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"elliott bay" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:52 min | 7 months ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on KOMO

"Is manova says she lifts two months in darkness and fear Amid the evacuation of the plant a congressional delegation led by House speaker Nancy Pelosi traveled to Kyiv on Sunday to meet Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky and to express continued U.S. support for his country Pelosi is now the highest ranking American official to visit Ukraine since the war began Commitment is to be there for you until you fight this time Ukraine ambassador to the U.S. oxana makarova says the Biden administration's latest request for $33 billion in additional aid will go far in helping Ukraine's military and its people We need all the assistance we can get in defensive weapons in military support in financial support but also in humanitarian support And I think this request covers all of this areas And near snake island near the southwestern tip of Ukraine video from the Ukrainian defense ministry purports to show the destruction of two Russian boats by unmanned combat aerial drones And more civilians could be allowed to leave their steel plant in Mario pool today President zelensky said in a tweet that officials in Ukraine are working with a UN to provide an additional safe corridor in Washington faith of ube ABC News Your stock charts dot com money update on northwest news radio Will the markets rallied in the final moments of trading to finish positive that out over 80 the NASDAQ surging around 200 An economic news today the institute for supply management said that growth in manufacturing activity unexpectedly slowed down in April a separate report from the commerce department said there was a modest increase in construction spending in June Well JetBlue's latest offer to buy discount carrier spirit airlines is being rejected Spirit said it's planning to complete its merger deal with frontier airlines instead The Biden administration says it's working on getting more electric vehicles on the road announcing a $3 billion plan that includes building and expanding battery manufacturing facilities And a new Washington Post ABC News poll shows that nearly all Americans are worried about inflation The poll results said that 94% of respondents were concerned That's your money now I'm Frank Miller northwest news radio Another cruise ship is ready to set sail from Elliott bay Reports on how carnival is protecting its passengers from the coronavirus It's now the 23rd and final carnival ship now back in service two years after the start of the pandemic But COVID is obviously still around and at the top of a lot of people's minds so we spoke with carnival cruises president Christine Duffy to get a better idea as to what measures are in place to protect people from the spread of the virus After all we've seen a few different outbreaks on ships like the ruby princess in recent weeks So Duffy says they haven't had an outbreak yet that is major but they think protocols that they've put in place have helped make a major difference.

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"elliott bay" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:41 min | 9 months ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"More This is the first place where the white people would have come around and seen native people Workman is a member of the dwarves tribe He traces his lineage directly back to chief Seattle He imagines the day his grandpa many generations ago welcomed these boats of white people He would have said la la which means come short Come ashore my Friends onto this then It's hard to imagine what Chief Seattle would say now It's like good question So I'm going grandpa what were you thinking Workman's grandpa signed a treaty with these colonizers Now the Duomo demanding the federal government make good on that deal They're asking for federal recognition Federally recognized tribes can be eligible for a lot of benefits Healthcare revenue streams from casinos education I could have gone to school to be a teacher Desiree fagan is also a member of the Duomo's tribe She's a stay at home mom of four She says she's always wondered how her life might have gone differently had her tribe been recognized It might have helped her pay for college Same as the English M fagan pulls up an app on her phone She's using it to teach her children the ancestral duwamish language Meet my fagan says the struggle to access higher education continues Her oldest son is now in his first year of college He received one private scholarship for $2500 but $2500 versus full tuition being paid with federally recognized tribes that's a huge difference Fagan traces her own history through her duwamish great grandma but treaties and proven Indian lineage are not enough to meet the federal government's criteria for recognition Where the problem sets is that they don't account for historical reality Josh Reid is a historian of American Indian studies at the University of Washington Reed says the longer tribes go unrecognized the more elusive recognition becomes That's because the U.S. wants tribes to show long-standing records of things like land or internal government That can be really challenging when you're burned out of your homelands or your lands are just simply taken That's exactly what the duwamish argue happened to them after colonization Not everyone here agrees with that interpretation of history some other tribes object to recognition for the duwamish The bureau of Indian affairs did not respond to interview requests for this story But the duwamish have gained allies and their struggle Oh you live or work here in Seattle now Currently you should be giving money to the dorm ish Rosie Wilson Briggs helped to start a project a few years ago called real rent The idea is that people here voluntarily pay reparations to the tribe directly No need to wait for the federal government Wilson Briggs says it's taken on a life of its own It's deeply satisfying Oh my goodness More than 20,000 people are now giving monthly So real rent itself has been a godsend Drama is elder Ken workman says the money has helped cover basic expenses In the years since real rent started the tribe's federally reported annual income has gone from just over $100,000 to more than a million Still this money is nowhere near the benefit some federally recognized tribes receive This fight is not just about the money Back at Elliott bay workmen remembers coming here as a child with his younger brother This is what.

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"elliott bay" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Song to get him in here, But I think this this particular story and the way he covers it, Uh, just to bring him on Felix, How are you? Hey, John, What's going on? Good to have you I know that you big radio file that you are You love history and you love to combine the stories of radio and history together, So you were sort of pouring through this sounds Of Cairo radio on this day 20 years ago because I wasn't working for Cairo 20 years ago. I did work there 30 years ago, but 20 years ago I was just a lowly museum guy. Yes. And so when I saw the towers, and it took me a couple hours to start rolling tape I got out my old boom box and press record and got a bunch of stuff from Cairo and Have just some samples from it. Because you know, this is before there was social media before there was YouTube. There wasn't a you didn't tell Alexa to play Cairo radio. You have to tune in the radio and playing. It was on a M. And it was the best way to know what was going on locally and internationally and nationally. So, um, I mean, for instance, the best best thing the radio does in times of crisis is just tells you what's going on. Just the objective facts have got Heather Boss who's still with us 20 years later, this is Heather talking about a press conference with Mayor Paul Schell. Mayor Paul Schell says he's been in contact with military leaders and Shell says there will be a Navy ship stationed in Elliott Bay. He wouldn't give any more details where the shift comes from, or what kind it will be, he said. Don't be alarmed. If you see that military ship out in Elliott Bay, that's where it will be stationed, as he says. A precaution. Also, we can tell you now that the urban search and rescue team based here in the Puget Sound region will be leaving around five p.m. from a court Air Force base to New York to do what this team does probably better than anybody else in the world, which is to search for people in collapsed buildings and other difficult situations, so they'll be taking off around five. The mayor then added that he wants everyone to pray for the president and members of Congress who he says quote Will be making some very difficult decisions in the coming days. He then added that he wants us all to pray for the victims of the terrorist attack. Live in downtown Seattle. Heather Bosh, NewsRadio 7 10, Cairo. I don't know about you, but you know you can look at a picture of something or film of something and it has one effect on your memory. If I hear the sound of it, it takes me right back. There goes right into my brain without getting my eyes in the way. Um, and that's like it's so easy to remember his hearing this these kinds of reports Totally factual, just localized or what's going on here and you know, in this zip code but obviously tied into what had happened in New York and the Pentagon and Pennsylvania earlier that morning, you know it strikes me on. That is that is so Mayor Paul Schell, a Democrat, asking for people to pray for a Republican president. Hey, that's a nonpartisan office. John. Watch it, Okay. Don't politicize all these plates. No, no, I just think it's interesting. I mean, now because often when nowadays Oh, your prayers are doing little thoughts and prayers aren't enough. I mean, even the people mock prayer. But anyway, go ahead. Sorry. No, we were We were all we were very much united, at least in the first couple hours after 9 11. And the other thing that radio does, along with getting information is the analysis that you on the fly as to what's going on, and we knew we knew absolutely nothing about what had happened and what was going to happen. Dorian his show that day sometime between noon and three. He talked a little bit about the emotional response to the news. I think a lot of people today would say, And this is a motion that is talking today. And hopefully whatever the American responses will be a reasoned one. But I think right now the emotion of the moment has Americans saying that we must strike back, 100 times stronger. Then the force with which we were struck. Because that is the only way. To stop terrorism. Now again, That's an emotional response. What is the most practical response that will be evaluated? But there will be a response. You can be sure of that. He was right about that last part. That's for sure. Yeah, Now fast forward a little bit. I also spent some time this summer talking to former elected officials. About what it was like to be in office on 9 11 20 years ago tomorrow, and I talked to you. She wasn't governor at the time. She was attorney general. But I talked to Chris Gregoire about how she experienced that morning. Almost 20 years ago. Of course, I went into work immediately and began to ask the question. Did they start on the East coast? Are they coming to the West Coast? Knowing that we have some vulnerabilities here and some significance, particularly for example, with a Boeing plant. Um, would there be further activity should we expected? Um, what was going to be shut down What we're citizens supposed to do? How should we respond to all of that? And I remember having as I recall a conversation with the governor. Is there anything that you need from us? Uh, the attorney general's office legal or otherwise, we stand ready to help you. In anything you may need, you know, and I zar on all elected officials locally, though, there wasn't really much that anybody could really do locally..

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"elliott bay" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Dori Munson was on the air. Heather boss was on the air and a young historian named Felix Banel was rolling tape. And here he is now. Hi, Felix. Hey. Morning, Dave. Yeah, it's hard to believe it's been 20 years and Long before I worked in Cairo or worked in the history Museum. I would press record on the tape tape recorder. One stuff was going on in local news because I thought someday I might be able to play it on the radio. H sure enough. So I've got some samples that I pulled from the tapes of that day. I don't have the moment where the plane structure when the news broke because I think What's more interesting is sort of what comes not long after whether it's the news and then the analysis of Cairo has been so good after so many years. Um, let's start off with just as fairly straightforward report from from a very young Heather Bosh about what's going on at the city of Seattle Mayor Paul Schell says he's been in contact with military leaders and Shell says there will be a Navy ship stationed in Elliott Bay. He wouldn't give any more details where the ship comes from. What kind it will be. He said. Don't be alarmed. If you see that military ship out in Elliott Bay. That's where it will be stationed. As he says, precaution. Also, we can tell you now that the urban search and rescue team based here in the Puget Sound region will be leaving around five PM from the court Air Force Base to New York. To do what this team does probably better than anybody else in the world, which is to search for people in collapsed buildings and other difficult situation, so they'll be picking off around five. The mayor then added that he wants everyone to pray for the president and members of Congress who he says quote Will be making some very difficult decisions in the coming days. He then added that he wants us all to pray for the victims of the terrorist attacks Live in downtown Seattle. Heather Bosh, NewsRadio 7 10, Cairo. See, And that's what people like how they do best of all. They just get in there and just start giving you the facts. And of course we were on AM radio back then. So even the the phone call doesn't sound as good as it would sound on FM. Just a few years later, um As the day progressed. You had your show from nine to noon. Um, Dori was on, you know, same from noon to three. And Dory sort of got into the emotional part of it. He's not emotional in this. We're going to hear here. But he talks about how the emotions were at work at that time of the day. I think a lot of people today would say, And this is a motion that is talking today. And hopefully whatever the American responses will be a reasoned was, But I think right now the emotion of the moment has Americans saying that we must strike back, 100 times stronger. Than the force with which we were struck. Because that is the only way. To stop terrorism. Now again, That's an emotional response. What is the most practical response that will be evaluated? But there will be a response. You can be sure of that. Yeah, I'm not sure if we know still know the answer to what the most rational responses here 20 years later. Um yes, interesting looked at the time like 20 years after Pearl Harbor. And how different is because in 1961 we know we vanquished Japan and Germany are World War two enemies. But we're still battling Soviets and we had the Bay of Pigs and the Cuban missile crisis. So it wasn't as if everything was fixed after World War two. We had a whole different set of problems, but it's different now. 20 years after 9 11. I went back earlier this summer and talk with some of the elected officials who were in office 20 years ago just to get their memories. Um Chris Gregoire, though she wasn't yet, governor. She was attorney general. And I asked her what her morning was like on September 11th 2000 and one. Of course, I went into work immediately and began to ask the question. Did they start on the East coast? Are they coming to the West Coast? Knowing that we have some vulnerabilities here and some significance, particularly for example, with a Boeing plant. Um, would there be further activity Should we suspected Um, what was going to be shut down What we're citizens supposed to do? How should we respond to all of that? And I remember having as I recall a conversation with the governor. Is there anything that you need from us, Uh, at the attorney General's office, legal or otherwise, we stand ready to help you in anything you may need. Yes, and that uncertainty that not knowing the bulk of the narrative that was so much was unknown on the morning of 9 11 and turning their thought There might be tens of thousands of people who died in the World Trade Center and people started assume as Osama bin Laden, but we just didn't really know as much as we knew. Even A week or so later, I also talked with Secretary of State Sam Reed. He drew a comparison to the Nisqually earthquake, which had happened earlier that year. This made me more aware, as did than the Squali earthquake. That the staff and some of the public were looking at me to see if I would remain calm if I would remain focused if I wouldn't Kind of You know, panic, a bit or something and kind of reassuring them that, uh, you know, everything's gonna be okay. We're going to move forward. We need to focus on what we need to do. And Ron Sims was King County executive then and he got you know, he saw on the news earlier that morning, and then he looked outside and there was one of the special King County armored cars to pick him up and haul him down to the emergency center down somewhere in the south part of the county. I think they call that place the rock. I couldn't get to tell me where it is. Exactly. Um, but he, you know, looking back on it 20 years later, he you know, he says nobody in King County was harmed on that day, and that was a big A big plus for him. 9 11 has its own. Universe and got to understand that nothing bad came out of it. So when when you watch Professional orchestration. And talent applied to make sure that there's not a single citizen and this county pad in the daycare facility and a childcare facility. Not in a nursing home facility. Not in a hospital out of the school building. Not at a grocery store when you know that people make sure that no one was harmed. Oh, wow, you walk out feeling really, really good. Yeah, and that that was a really interesting sort of long, long view. Very localized you from Ron Sims? Now, um The bulk of the tape that I have is from your nine to noon show, Dave and you said a lot of brilliant things. I don't I don't mind saying that. You know, I'm not trying to buddy. You're up or anything, of course, but But we missed you say set you back, by the way. Um, the, uh this is this is some observations you made about having grown up in New York and what you're what you're feeling on that morning 20 years ago. This is the rogue attack. We've been told so much about. And yet From the experts we've heard and talked to this morning. How could you have prevented it? Didn't come via a missile. It came via passenger jets. In areas which are Heavily traveled by passenger jets all the time. There will, uh yeah, this somebody who grew up in the New York area and has visited New York City to see something like this. There's There's really nothing you can say, except the chair. Upset. You're in shock. You were angry. There. I don't. I mean, I've got friends in New York. I don't. I don't know what's happened to them. They may have been working out and all have Called my parents already They were upstate. But there will be many. Many other phone calls, which will not be returned in the same fashion and it is just beginning. This will go on for months that will go on for years..

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"elliott bay" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on KOMO

"54 in the great well tonight. Taken by Jordan Stapleton leaving downtown Seattle by tomorrow. We're going to have a much cloudier view there over Elliott Bay. And even if you light patchy showers was we just spoke about a few minutes ago, but maybe the first significant rain of the last several months. Finally it do as we head into next week deep into next week, and it has been months and months since we've had a really solid soaking around here, so Looking forward to that change. We definitely need it. We're pretty severe drought in some locations here in the Pacific Northwest today, Temps said tonight back into the low sixties 63 right now in the Emerald City by southwesterly wind coming in from the Pacific, and that's that strong onshore flow from the waterfront. You can see the partly cloudy skies for now. It's really mild here, considering it's 11 o'clock at night. Still primarily in the sixties, including near the coastline in Aberdeen and back out toward forks to 63 for a mild nighttime attempt there in Centralia, the only real cool spot showing up his Friday harbor at 54 1 of the reasons it's been so warm around here. We've been under the influence of this big ridge of high pressure that has been so firmly planted here over the desert Southwest. It's going to give way, though, a little bit as we head into the next 24 hours, And instead, this little trough of low pressure starting to swing on him that will cloud accepts start cooling us down, and especially through Oregon and into eastern Washington. We're going to pick up some scattered showers tomorrow that will be moderate could include some thunder and lightning. But they should also, thankfully, include quite a bit of rainfall, and we definitely need that there, especially in the parched regions there east of the Cascade Crest. Overnight tonight will eventually drop into the fifties. So these are warm sleeping temperature, so to speak, considering it's already September attempts tomorrow by the same token, because we're clouding up. We're going to be a lot cooler than they were today. So we'll drop things down into the sixties to about 70 around the urban core, including 67 out of Bellevue in Eastgate, backing off into the upper sixties with a cloudy your day around like still to come in liquid and then backing off to 66 out of Darrington and Arlington with the increasing clouds there You're still going to find a little bit more sunshine. Actually, the farther north you go because remember how we talked about that storm coming into Oregon. So you cross the border. Get closer to B C quite a bit brighter there in Vancouver was 70 67 Partly cloudy out of Anacortes and mid sixties as we call things down at a swim ocean beaches, you'll see a few passing showers tomorrow with highs close to 60 around Westport. Still about 70 in Vancouver, Washington and then in eastern Washington. That's what we're going to see Some of those moderate showers, maybe with some thunder and lightning, but hopefully also has some good amounts of rain there, especially between the tri cities and back into the police. For the students on campus. There it was, oops. This will just skim us Friday into Saturday. We'll see a few scattered showers tomorrow night into Saturday morning after that are really nice September weekend, but just want to make you aware that by the time we hit about next week at this time A major pattern shift starts to take place..

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"elliott bay" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On Twitter or Facebook at KQED Forum or You can always give us a call 8667336786 again, 8667336786 and let me get to those bill in law status. Thanks for waiting Bill. Oh, sure. I had a question. If, uh, Linda has access to, uh, are there any machine learning models that represent the orca and should not populations along the California coast? Matter. Thanks, Bill. Yeah. Linda meets I got to say you stumped me on that one. I don't know. Well, Bill, Thanks for the question. Um And let me see if I can read this comment from John, Who writes, is it helpful for concerned citizens to refrain from buying ction examine in restaurants and supermarkets? I love that question. And my answer for anyone who's worried about this is yes. Why worry about it? Well, I wonder if the fish you bought is taking it out of an orca's mouth. It Sakai. It's um Eat rockfish. There's so many wonderful choices. Eat tuna. You've got all kinds of choices. I myself can't even afford chinook. So it's not a problem. Well, tweets do orcas have affection. For humans. Yeah, Orcas, As you were saying, really capture the imagination And in answering this question, I'm also wondering if you could just remind us of how there were such public fascination in the sixties and seventies, especially when They were being captured. And I'm just curious. What is happening right now, With all of that? Right. So this is a dark chapter in our history. And it all started right here in Seattle and Ted Griffin went up north at the invitation of a fisherman to bring back a orca whale that had been caught in a fisherman's net. And he brought it back to the Seattle Aquarium, which is a different one from the one that's there today, and and he installed it. There is the world's first ever performing live orca, and this animal's name was Namu. And probably you've heard of this wail and Damn! You only lived about a year before he was killed by pollution and Elliott Bay. But before he died, he became an international sensation. Suddenly, people saw these animals up close for the first time. And everybody wanted one and Puget Sound and the sailors see was the primary source of supply. And by the time whale catching was shut down in 1976 by three Republicans in Washington state, more than a third of the pods had been taken, and in fact, it was the youngest ones that they always wanted to get because they were the cheapest. Ship. Tragically. One of those whales is the only one left from that time. Her name is low leader and she's still alive in captivity in the Miami See query, um, where she has been. For more than 50 years in captivity in the smallest tank for and work a whale anywhere in the world, and she's there all by herself. She has no contact, you know, uh No, uh, no escape. That's where she is. And the people of the Miami's aquarium say that's the best place for her. Otherwise she'd be in the Salish Sea where her relatives are struggling to survive. But I can tell you, this reporter from Dateline NBC went down there to see her back when they used to allow reporters to take pictures of her. And you know what he did. He took a recording of El Pod calls and played them and she came racing over to the side of the tank and put her ear to that recording and just wanted to hear it. Inherit, inherit, and you know that sense that she has a living family that is her family that's still here in the Salish Sea has the elimination and others still working for her release and return and retirement to a netted off cove somewhere. In the sailors where she could hear her family at least well, Those sure have to perform always tried to present this idea that workers did have affection for humans. But how would you define it? I don't think that's true. I mean, they have an enormous affection for one another and their own kind and society. They're definitely curious about us. I mean, these are smart animals with excellent vision. And I know that Some of the scientists here in, um in a sailor. See, you have spent the most time with them. Decades on the water are quite sure that they know the sound of their individual boats. Uh, but you know, it's not about us. Oh, I promise. Well, let me go to color Surrey in Cupertino High story high. I had a quick question about how are orcas affected by ocean eutrophication and like algae blooms, things like that. Yes. So what's going on? There is The the degradation of the water quality, which affects the food supply for the seven and therefore affects the salmon themselves. I mean, let's remember the old adage which is a little fish make big fish which feed blackfish and you know I love your question, because it it connects the dots. I mean everything matters from natural beaches were forged Michigan Spawn. And eelgrass and kelp beds where these little babies, Chinook and other salmon can rest and hide and feed. You know all the way into out into the subtitles Own? Uh, you know, you don't want bulkheads You don't want Lot of hardening of that shoreline because then you lose those natural beaches that she does tiny little fish that grow up to be the juvenile salmon that go to see that grow up to be the big fat salmon. And if you've got a big old algae group bloom that's polluting the water and taking the oxygen out of it. You know what you're losing, of course, are all the little things that view the juvenile salmon. And, um, we've had terrible results from the Heat dome and I know you have to. We lost millions and millions of shellfish and and we're only beginning to understand the annihilation of insect life, which is affecting the birds, and it's affecting the fish. You know, everything is connected. And so if you see a big, old sick, beautified algae Matt sitting there in a in a near shore water or in a freshwater system, you can be sure that that's affecting the fish life. Well, let me thanks very for the question Tom rates One ray of Hope. Four dams in the Climate River are destined for removal by 2025 that will add hundreds of miles of potential salmon.

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"elliott bay" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

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"elliott bay" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This

Never Thought I'd Say This

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This

"It's here for you is really kinda gross to say my name. The sentence and all my socials have my name. Bob sagged it. because i'm bob sagging outta i'm authorized. People let me talk and everything right. Yes even checkmark. Nah people at the market. Like me letters from talking to your next act. A sandwich board in philosophical difference. It really does a twirl. my sub. nice nice well. If you guys are looking for the podcast you can find us at never thought i'd say this on instagram and facebook. Yes and you can also make sure and subscribe to our new youtube channel. Which is never thought. I'd say this on the good old youtube and you can find me. Jody sweden on instagram and soon to be to talk. Because somebody got ten thousand followers celia. Yeah you can find me. Versus elliott bay. The deal was if i hit ten k. Followers jodi would get an official tic tac account. Yeah that's what she's going to be doing. We don't know how to work tick-tock so i'm very excited. It's not me it has to do it. But i'm really looking forward to you do it anyway. Thank you so much for listening. Bob thank you so much being and remember you guys. Keep killing the parenting game and not your kids. Never thought i'd say this. Jodi sweden and celia bay heart is an audio boom original..

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"elliott bay" Discussed on The Confessionals

The Confessionals

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on The Confessionals

"Well. It turns out that yoyos face was hidden. You couldn't see your face and the grandmothers like oh is that and this little girl who shouldn't know this sort of thing says that when she was a little girl when she was alive. Her dad threw a radio into the bathtub in gilder. Now how many little girls that come up with. That is a back story from her imaginary friend while the grandmothers like bouquet never mind. I don't wanna see this little girl now well. The the girl's aunt had a security camera outside your house and she saw a little girl standing outside the house. Like waiting to come in. She thought it was the the granddaughter would have been her niece so she runs. The front door opens looks out. There's nobody there she closes. The door goes back into the house. Looks on the security camera. Here's this little girl standing outside the door again. She runs to the front opens. The door looks outside no little girl so she calls the grandmother wanting to know where is the daughter whereas the little girl that the the live one. And she says oh. She's here with me she's like well. Then who's standing outside my house on the little girl says for that's ya said. Wait a minute your imaginary friends are not supposed to be visible to other people This this kept going on Other members of the family like the the uncle was getting upset because it didn't like having yawn the house with him and it just kept getting worse and worse. Well the shop. I go get my coffee. a lot. organic men coffee tricks. Best coffee in the world. They don't sponsor me. But i get a lot of coffee there I've been there talking to him. And i mentioned about this imaginary friend. And the girl behind the counter says my niece used to have imaginary friend who would hover up in the corner of the room. It looked down at her. Imaginary friends are supposed to down there on the floor with you to play with. They're not supposed to be hanging around the ceiling Making ugly faces getting you awake at night when you're supposed to be asleep but it's got no point where you wonder what these imaginary friends are. They are they in their minds. And if so how come up. The people are seeing these things on camera. People are hearing him moving around the house at night. they the gal at the coffee shop was saying she'd hear somebody knocking on the window at night. Two story house and somebody's outside the bedroom window knocking. Of course she had run and author. There's nobody there and the imaginary friend apparently disappears as the person gets older. They stopped showing up. But ya. ya has been showing up until recently The did the little girl. I believe became a teenager before your stopped hanging around. It's been A very weird story. I don't have all the details straight in my mind. Because i wrote that book. What Two years ago and it was so many weird things about this imaginary. But ya ya like. Other people saw her people her and the whole time. It's supposed to be this imaginary friend. This little girl had just come up with off stop overhead. Yeah i know in the email you mentioned the how i it took dozens of emails between them just to get back to you and stuff and all the whole story but y'all ya sounds dutch first of all ya ya but i'm just saying at my vice told me that i'm starting to do a lot of the bad dad jokes and that was probably one of them but no i always wondered about the whole You know magically friend thing where it's like you know not all these may not be imaginary friends. I mean for instance who gave it the imaginary friend label. Usually the parents do out of comfort. You know like my kids seeing things. Oh it's an imaginary friend. What if it's not you know. What if it's not doesn't sound like ya was because you shouldn't be seeing other people's imaginary friends it would show up on the security camera. But when she looked outside the door was a nerve which is very similar to the girl. That was at the elliott bay. They could see her on camera but they couldn't see her in the parking lot and I've i've heard it both ways. Also i've heard where people will see somebody. Now go to take a picture and they don't show up on the camera and then i've heard where they've taken a picture. They see somebody on their camera. That wasn't there in the first place so it makes you wonder world's going on. Well i one. I don't know i don't think you're claiming to know. And that's what i think is important with these These kinds of shows that i have you have is that you know it. Just it brings people to this point on the table where it's like okay. You know. the world is a little weird and we don't have the answers to everything and it's okay to talk about it and You know that's what we're doing here. If if these things were explained it would be entertaining. It wouldn't be exciting. It would be interesting the day they catch bigfoot. Bring him into town. Nisei look here. It is yours bigfoot..

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"elliott bay" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Who you like. This was open. Connor was going to give me a tip man. I throw me a bone here. Throw me something. You don't want golly man. I you just hate to go against those those henrik card. I'm gonna go with william byron. I think my man william byron is going to bust him all this weekend. Maybe not known as road racer. Yeah but this is a little bit different place. I think he could up front. He's gonna go. He's been fast enough. That i don't think he's a bad pick so nate. I'm gonna put you on the spot kind of race or you're going to see and who's your pick making my fantasy lineup. A little help let me have it. Okay well you know me. I'm the most conservative with three of us. So i'm just going to go straight shock and she chase elliott of course because not only is he the best precursory nascar right now. He's got a lot. I think to prove right. Now with with kyle larson really kicking by the hendrick. I think chase probably wants the spotlight back on as far as what kind of race i mean. Road courses are the new short tracks right and four mile road course with elevation changes and fast straightaways. I mean this to me should be a recipe for a classic at people talk for years. About how this historic road course. Really deserves nascar's premier series. The expanding series has been a big hit at road america. And i'm really looking forward to my first trip to elkhart lake this weekend. Because i'm expecting something memorable all that education and he takes elliott bay being strength. I mean he went out really outlet. It's a full day raising on nbc. We had indycars mid ohio at noon. And then we have cup. Cars wrote america at two. Pm it's going to be a whole excitement. i'm not going to chase elliott. I'm actually going for i think. A first time right we hang christopher belga who won at daytona up. I'm thinking there's going to be a surprise winner. I think it's time to add to the winless. Donahue it's going to be. There's some guys out there and i look right here. You got handling a harvard for gone winless. Dylan you got radic. But why can't someone off this list. Why can't someone.

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"elliott bay" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on KOMO

"P D SWAT team arrested Roger Leone's Junior, a 49 year old male from Seattle at a hotel in the East Gate Area of Bellevue. Means said Owens is held on charges of felony hit and run theft of a motor vehicle, possessing stolen property, a stolen firearm and identity theft. Police say Owens was involved in the initial three car crash that officer Harris stopped to help out. That allegedly jumped in her car after she was struck by another driver. At least six others were arrested this week leading up to Owen's capture for helping him hide out and for outstanding warrants. Carlene Johnson Co Mo. News. There was a large police response on I five at I 90 early this morning, an object may have been thrown through a man's windshield. This is in the same area where there has been a series of serious rock throwing incidents along I 90 the most recent one was earlier this week where a driver crashed his car after rock was thrown through his windshield. That's GMOs. Holly Menino. The Fire Department says a 64 year old man in the car this morning was not hurt. There were 10 arrests last night as anti Israeli protesters tried to block the unloading of a cargo ship at Seattle's Harbour Island. Zim. San Diego has been sitting in Elliott Bay for weeks now protesters, including Seattle Council member Chama Sawant were there following last month's conflict between Israel and Hamas. Aaliyah take Eden was among the protesters in the city of Seattle. The people of Seattle standing in solidarity with the people in Palestine, saying We're done with Israeli apartheid we're done with Our cities contributing to Israeli apartheid. It's unknown what type of cargo that ship is carrying more than 100. People blocked roads in and out of the port. All news time 74 and coming up the n word 50 times. All caps. I'm Corwin Hockey with the racist online attack first to check on your Friday drive, Romo traffic every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Kierra Jordan. We've been working with a crash in Everett South and I five just south of 128 that looks like it's been cleared out of the H O. V lane, but it's still sitting over on the shoulder so you can continue to find a heavy commit. That starts to right around the Everett Mall. We have a new blocking problem in Seattle. This is South and I five at 45th, and it looks like a crash is taking up your right center lane. At this point, it is causing a slowdown around the immediate area. We've also been working with an issue in rent in north beyond 405 are off ramp to stick out 169. We're working with a crash there. That's partially blocking that ramp. And north on I five brief hesitation in Tacoma City centers scattered slowing North 167 out of Sumner into Pacific also dealing with slow down from 180 at the 405 north on four or five, busy through much of the rent in area, with some lighter slowing in Newcastle and North and I five sluggish in Seattle, starting about north End of Boeing Field toward the convention center. Our next Cuomo traffic up 7 14 traffic, this time sponsored by Beacon plumbing, heating and electrical called Beacon today and save $50 on all drain, cleaning and sewer repair. Just call 1 800 Freaking Man. Stop freaking call Because here's the forecast knows you make your plans for Father's Day. We get Karen Zone of the Kama Forecasting Lots of sunshine in the forecast for today. Our temperatures are going to top out.

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"elliott bay" Discussed on Découvrir les Distilleries du Québec

Découvrir les Distilleries du Québec

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on Découvrir les Distilleries du Québec

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"elliott bay" Discussed on The Unimaginary Friendcast

The Unimaginary Friendcast

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on The Unimaginary Friendcast

"Okay yeah so. Let's move on to this week's cold star and this week's gold star goes to who again mama. What did she doesn't say that's not her real name. That's her a. I don't know if it's a youtube handle facebook campbell or something. And that's her internet persona. She's an avid listener of the podcast. Big fan She reached out to us after the last episode we had our baby on the podcast and she reached out and asked for our address and Just went out on a limb and gave our address. you know. Don't know her david. David vouch for so we felt like okay. Cool let's Let's see what's going on here. And maybe three or four days later we get a card with money for diapers and then a box of all these amazing kids clothes blake. I don't even know how many there were like a dozen or more like onesies and like little cute shirts and jackets. And i bought the one thing down because this is my favorite thing was like this little green hoodie. So she she totally outfitted our child and gave us money to buy diapers. And i couldn't think of anyone that was more deserving goldstar this week we are so appreciative. We love you. Thank you and she also sent me a box of chocolates really so well good going i. She earned that she are you here. Are you monitoring the comments. So nathan gets down. I think maybe we should bring our special guests into the positive saw. David could you introduce who is on the show right now. I hope we we nathan here. And he'll be able to give his is so hey everyone masterfully. Put our daughter to bed so well. She's not really asleep. I guess you could say my news is larger underneath a camera Slowly nodding off. Hopefully i don't know we'll see she's not screaming your head off though so if i leave at any point you know y nathan's gonna take over the rest of the episode. Yes won't david's very unprepared to introduce our guests. So do you want to give your news gen. Hey let's see my news for the week. I didn't even get a chance to so this is what life is. You're just kind of like. What am i supposed to be doing. What is the thing. Okay let me see. Oh so. I picked up david. You'll appreciate this today. I picked up a piece of. I don't know if do you use kettlebells all sometime. Okay i picked up a keto bell today so see how that goes. I felt like i needed so kettle. Bell is it. Looks like a cannonball with a handle on it and they come in different weight sizes if you work out. You probably know all about them. If you don't that's what it is and you can do different things. But what do you do with it. You can do like swings. You can do presses you can do a whole bunch of stuff but swings kettlebells swings are kind of like the big thing with kettlebells. What do you do with david. Winnings is good for arms. I don't know lots of stuff. Yeah a that's my news. I got a big heavy piece of metal to on all right david that have today with us gen. Curzio hello jan. She's an elliott elliott bay storyteller writer and co host of touch from the task podcast from dell co and sylvania and what is that what is delco delaware county which is really a county. It's not like a town hall county. And i only bring it up because to me. It's like the of really trashy please but with a atrocious accent but Kate winslet is. I was mentioning this before off. Air is a show called mayor of east town. That's set in delco. And she is like the only actor that i've ever seen actually do the accent. Wow what can you can you do it at all. Of course i can hind. So you don't see water is a water. Meryl streep one nascar and she took it hame. Hey it's ends like downton abbey. Yeah people have said that. I'm like i've never seen that shows. I'm like okay maybe it's the l. La everybody was like your australia or medium. And i was like now from delco prevailing. And what are you guys. Talk about on a touch from the past ought cats so we do as well before kobe. We would take someone we knew to place that felt was haunted or creep them out something with some some substantial like i mean for example i would take aaron nathan to eastern state penitentiary. 'cause i know you guys. Yeah so we do that. So clark on my co host. And i went to Was a pen hearst in and we stayed the night it was super creepy weight. Were you allowed to stay the night or it was. I like a tour but they were like all right. It kinda got little down. There was only like three people left. So they're like just do what you want so we just wandered off and it was super creepy. I've only been. I've only been to penn. I once and it's the it's a big space that whole Facilities a lot of buildings on a big chunk of land at david. it is a Big abandoned mental institution outside of philly Creepy they do one hundred house. They're very similar to what each state does. D did.

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"elliott bay" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

Wendell's World & Sports

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

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"elliott bay" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

Talentos para o Sucesso

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

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"elliott bay" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on KOMO

"That. Keep that distancing. These recent graduate still comb. Oh, they're young friends still in high school, but stuck at home are struggling. See you're here. No promise. No, mom coming. No real graduation. No idle time. Lot of idle time. Guys air there at home. They have time to get into trouble. Some district are planning to bring back secondary students come next month or in March, But teacher unions in those districts have to be on board with that. Four months after the city of Seattle Red Tag Pier 57 is potentially unsafe. The waterfront attraction that includes the great wheel reopens today Co Most Corwin Haig has the details. Pier 57, its skyline dominating Ferris wheel were forced to close last September when neighboring Pier 58 became structurally unsound. Part of Pier 58 collapsed into Elliott Bay, how Griffith owns Pier 50 seven's great Wheel, as well as the miners landing restaurant retail complex. Would fall into our curve and guards, severe damage and possibly be endangered life. But Pier 58 is now mostly demolished and Griffith Spear no longer red tagged reopens today. Despite covert restrictions, the great wheel will again offer panoramic use of the city and sound. Griffith says on Lee, friends and family can share a gondola between God was totally sanitized Pier 58, meanwhile, is set to undergo a complete re imagining as a city park. Corwin Heiko, Mo News extensive damage from falling trees slowing down repairs from Tuesday night's windstorm comas Cole Miller reports from Seattle's Georgetown neighborhood, but it is still a mess out here along this stretch of marginal way south near Flora Avenue, where we don't least two power poles. Came toppling over many of those lines snapping when that happened now well into the night. A lot of equipment, heavy.

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"elliott bay" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"elliott bay" Discussed on KOMO

"With an armed suspect and police dog being shot. We get the details from Kemal's Carleen Johnson, Thurston County deputies, along with State patrol were involved in the chase of a suspect last night. Heading south on I five. The pursuit ending at mile marker 88 near the exit two grand Mount and then shots were fired. The suspect, a 25 year old man was struck by gunfire and transported to the hospital in serious condition and a police dog named Arlo was shot twice, but is also expected to recover. Shooting is going to be investigated by the critical incident Investigation team out of Mason County. No other officers were injured and there no details yet released on the original reason for the pursuit. Carleen Johnson. Come on news four months after the city of Seattle Red tagged Pier 57 is potentially unsafe. The waterfront attraction that includes the great wheel reopens. Today we get the update from Cuomo's Corwin Hate Pier 57. Its skyline dominating Ferris wheel were forced to close last September when neighboring Pier 58 became structurally unsound. Part of Pier 58 collapsed into Elliott Bay, how Griffith owns Pier 50 seven's great Wheel, as well as the miners landing restaurant retail complex. Would fall into our curve. It cause severe damage and possibly endangered wife. But Pier 58 is now mostly demolished and Griffith Spear no longer red tagged reopens today. Despite covert restrictions, the great wheel will again offer panoramic views of the city and sound, Griffith says on Lee, friends and family can share a gondola. And then Connell is totally sanitized Pier 58, meanwhile, is set to undergo a complete re imagining as a city park. Corwin Heiko, Mo News. Here's what's coming up after we check traffic and weather. I'm Brian countered with the local health officials warning about the one thing we're still not getting right during the pandemic. If I vote for our global traffic every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center Kierra, Jordan. Good morning. Good morning, Manda and Greg. So we did have this full closure of south on I five year Mom Post 88 due to that police investigation, But good news. All lanes have reopened. However, there have been a detour in place. And because of this, it is really stacked up to 90 Grande. Mount Road is you're approaching I five. I'm seeing about a mile and a half back up there. Not seeing too much slowing yet on North bound 167 is you're making a way through Sumner South and I five with a brief slowdown that are offering to state route 5 to 6 and ever it's our next Cuomo traffic up 5 14. Let's get you updated on the forecast now with meteorologist Kristen Clarke. Today we do have sunshine in a dry afternoon. Yet despite that the landslide worst continues.

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Phil - Growing up gay in South Africa

Coming Out Stories

04:14 min | 2 years ago

Phil - Growing up gay in South Africa

"It can tell from Phil now. He grew up in South Africa where he knew from a very early age that he was gay, and he got bullied for it from the age of eight I think I always knew from a young age, but for me it was different levels of awareness so when I was really young I found myself getting those butterflies in that shy feeling by looking at old is so you know when you see little schoolgirls and they all shy when they see their friends older brothers Zoll. Things like that! That's how I felt and it felt. Different to looking at my other male straight friends, who would get the same feelings for girls? So I had the awareness that they was a difference there I was getting that feeling by looking at guys, but they were getting that feeling looking at girls, and what's certain Cevennes near young mind that there was anything wrong with that, or did you just sort of acknowledging and and run with it I think as I got older Changed the way I. I thought because the majority of the people I was hanging around with were attracted to the opposite sex so I then thought okay. There must be something wrong with me because I didn't know anybody else. Who has in the same situation as me? Let's put this in a setting. Then how old were you? Where were you growing up? I think the awareness really started when I was four five and I grew up in South Africa. That's young, isn't it? Yeah, well I mean the thing is i. that's why I had different levels of awareness as about myself as I was growing up. So I mean yes, I had like kiss catch with girls, but then I had the feeling. Oh, I want to play catch with boys. You Know I. think that would be a little bit more exciting. And then I got a little bit older and. It was. Should I be having these feelings and I think you are actually the first person on the podcast from South Africa. Yes, so I don't really have much of a sense of what it's like growing up being gay part the Elliott Bay Community in South Africa what what was it like south? Africa I find is a little bit more. Conservative than here in the UK. And at that time it was quite homophobic. Very traditional men do this woman do this. That really affected me and I found it quite difficult. There were slows thrown about about being gay I can remember being a kid, and for those the listeners who have some experience in South Africa the word was more fee, which was fag basically and Offie Molefi. So. I was called that a lot I didn't even know what it meant. My mom tells me about the story. When I was young, I must've been eight or nine, and and I would go to my mom in our say mom, how do gay guys? And she said to me I know Philip. How do gay guys walk and I said I don't know, but the people at school are are teasing me because they say that I'm gay because I walk in a certain way and I didn't even have a label for it, but it was really really hard, even for my mom and Dad. They never really had any experience in lgbtq stuff and they've learned a lot through me. Yeah. It's a similar story with a lot of people are told to. Kind of like a lot of parents learn as they go on, which is why sometimes their first reaction isn't always the best one because they literally done what to say, they have gotten a reference point. They haven't met any other LGBT people until that child comes out. This is what it was like with my mom and dad because they grew up in Rhodesia and Zimbabwe. and. It was a lot more conservative than over in the UK, so they didn't have a reference. They didn't have any friends and relatives that were comfortable in coming out and saying who they really

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