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Fresh update on "everett" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Bill to ban semi-automatic assault style weapons in Washington has passed its first test in a state House committee, those arguing in favor of House Bill 1240 include Kristen meninsky with the state attorney general's office. She told the House civil rights and judiciary committee, these guns can kill more people fast and many like those used in uvalde and buffalo were bought legally. Banning their sale will not make anyone less able to defend themselves, nor will it make criminals out of law abiding citizens, but it will reduce access to the deadliest weapons used over and over again. Opponents say it would be unconstitutional and will only serve to prevent law abiding people from having means for protection. The bill passed out a committee with 6 Democrats voting yes and for Republicans voting no. One of the two bills to require gun safety training and a ten day waiting period to buy a gun got its first test at the state capitol. Northwest news radio's Brian Harris with the results of the vote. Kirkland democratic representative Amy wall and says we require licenses for fishing and driving, so why not for gun ownership? Requiring basic training on how to handle load, shoot, and store a gun makes everyone safer and responsible. Gun owners agree. A ten day waiting period ensures that they're sufficient time to complete a background check and for persons in crisis creates a buffer between that crisis and having a firearm. Republican representative Jim Walsh of Aberdeen says driving and fishing are constitutionally protected rights, but owning guns and voting are. Following the logic of these bills, would it be reasonable to request training and a permit to vote? The house civil rights and judiciary committee voted 6 to four along party lines to approve House Bill 1143, but took no action on a similar bill 1144. Ryan Harris northwest news radio. Four men are headed to federal prison tonight for a vicious hate crime that changed one man's life forever. Northwest news radio's John lobar cini reports from the federal courthouse in Seattle. The defendants are admitted white supremacists and the attack was nothing short of vicious. U.S. attorney Nick Brown, targeted him, attacked him and have forever altered his life. Simply because he was black. The foreman were in Everett for the annual martyr day event, honoring the founder of the violent white supremacist movement, FBI special agent Rick colotti. They provoked a confrontation with the victim to attempt to justify
Fresh update on "everett" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"FM 97 7, stay connected, stay informed. Good evening is 7 O 6. I'm Kelly blye and here's what's happening. Several gun bills got their first votes at the state capitol, including one to ban semi-automatic assault weapons. The update from northwest news radio's Ryan Harris. Supporters of House Bill 1240 say weapons like the AR-15 only serve one purpose, and that's to cause widespread harm. Anne Marie Parsons daughter was killed in the 2017 Las Vegas mass shooting. With this weapon you don't need to be a good marksman to kill and or injure over 900 people. Jane vigil with manufacturer arrow precision of Lakewood says they'd have to shut down, putting more than 600 employees out of work, including more than 200 who don't speak English. I am especially concerned about their ability to regain employment if this bill is passed. The bill included an amendment, so arrow precision could continue making its products for sale out of state. Opponents also argue this won't survive a constitutional court challenge. The bill passed 6 to four with Democrats voting in favor and Republicans voting against. Ryan Harris northwest news radio One of the two bills to require a ten day waiting period and safety training to get a permit to purchase a gun past its first state House committee vote. Doctor Gwen Luis Moore with the Washington state PTA says the U.S. had 51 school shootings in 2022, including the shooting that Seattle's Ingram high school. There was a lockdown at my child's high school last week and at the neighboring elementary school. These events have become so commonplace, but we shouldn't have to feel this terror. Our children shouldn't have to feel this fear. Opponents of House Bill 1143 say it would interfere with the constitutional right to own a gun and that it wouldn't keep guns away from criminals. The bill passed was 6 Democrats voting in favor and four Republicans voting against it, no action was taken on the similar House Bill 1144. Four known white supremacists are heading for federal prison tonight for a vicious hate crime. In December of 2018, the man attacked a DJ at a linwood bar after martyrs day rally in Everett, FBI special agent Rick colony. They provoked a confrontation with the victim to attempt
Ekeler has 2 TDs, reaches 100 catches as Chargers rout Rams
"In the battle of LA, the Chargers beat the rams 31 to ten Austin Eckler scored two rushing touchdowns covering ten and 72 yards. I feel like we finally offensively put a game together. We were able to score pretty consistently. And so that's what's going to take. Justin Herbert threw for 212 yards with TD passes going to Gerald Everett and Donald parham, the Chargers win for the fourth straight game. They improved to ten and 6, the rams fall to 5 and 11. Mark Myers, Inglewood, California
The People Have Spoken! And They Love John Zmirak
"You. By having John Zaire akon, John, thank you. Thanks, Eric. Listen, I'm still not safe for Twitter, apparently. So listen. You're safe enough for this program. No, seriously, I say this. I've said it to you a few times and I've said it to the audience. It gives me great joy when I'm out on the road, you know, and people come up to me and say to me, thank you for having on John Zimmer. They try to pronounce miraak in their humble way in their humble way. They try. But what cracks me up is how many people say it. And I thought, okay, that is a validation, not just of you, but of me because I know how much I am delighted by you. And I just assumed that there are people that I want to hear from you, but I hear it all the time, in fact, we should announce this now, John's mirac. I was just in Seattle very recently. But the last couple of times I've been in Seattle, there is a pastor. Is it westgate chapel? I think it's westgate chapel in Everett, Washington, north of Seattle, and pastor Alec Rowland has had me there a couple of times. He does these events kind of like the Socrates event where he interviews people. And he emailed us saying, is there any way that I could get John Z rack to do these apologia forums? And I said, oh, I don't know. I don't know. Let me look into this. Let me look into this. And so you and I, John's mirac, have the joy on January 29th of going together to Seattle, and we are going to together do an event.
Get Out and Vote Tomorrow for Herschel Walker
"So Politico has a big article this morning all Republicans are in growing despondent over Herschel Walker losing momentum in Georgia, Raphael Warnock is gaining momentum. Yeah, they could have written that 6 weeks ago. They probably did. You know, voters have a funny way of telling sites like Politico. You're not going to tell us who to vote for. This is obviously an effort. I was talking to the lieutenant governor Pamela Everett of in South Carolina. She was into koa Georgia this morning with my pal Joey Hudson, Joey was doing a remote broadcast from Georgia. South Carolina's neighboring state. A lot of people in South Carolina are helping to get out the vote in Georgia by canvassing and knocking on doors and doing all we can to get Herschel Walker elected to prevent the Democrats from getting outright control of the Senate 51 49 and like Pamela said they write these articles and they do everything they can to suppress a vote and to discourage people from turning up at the turnout in Georgia has been huge. And so there's no reason to despair, get out and vote tomorrow's election day. And Herschel Walker could pull this thing out. He's the underdog. There's no question. He's up against Hollywood. He's up against all the millions and millions of dollars that have been funneled into Georgia, supporting an abortion, a pro abortion pastor. I mean, that's all I need to know. Talk about again. A good versus evil. That really is good versus evil. You think about this. The guy that stands at the pulpit of the ebenezer baptist church is A-okay with late term abortion, is that not evil, creeping into our world?
Herbert rallies Chargers to 25-24 win over Cardinals
"Justin Herbert threw a touchdown pass his third of the game to Austin Eckler with 15 seconds left in the game and then hit Gerald Everett for a two point conversion to lift the charges to her 25 24 come from behind victory over the Cardinals. Herbert says they were confident to play would work. We knew that we had a good play. The right guys on the field and the offensive line did a great job protecting me all day, gave me enough time to get the ball off and Gerald made a nice catch on the play. The Chargers improved to 6 and 5 snapping a two game skid to remain in the AFC playoff hunt. The cards fall to four and 8. They've lost four of their last 5. George Tanner, Glendale
Jordan Peterson Breaks Down Over Olivia Wilde's 'Insane' Comments
"Know the Canadian psychologist, the bestselling author, Jordan Peterson, it became very emotional in an interview with Piers Morgan when he was asked to respond to the Hollywood director, Olivia Wilde, apparently using him as the inspiration for the villain and her new film don't worry darling, the film that's getting more pressed than any film in the history of the world. So he's been interviewed by Piers Morgan. On his Fox nation, Fox nation show, and he's asked about the comments that she made earlier this month. While she was promoting this movie, like crazy and Olivia Wilde said that this sinister character, played by Chris Pine, who, by the way, looks like a female tennis star from the 80s, with his blond hair that flips up in the back, Chris Pine, get rid of that hair, man. Come on, bro, you're a man. What are you doing? You look like Chrissy Everett. It's so bad. So Olivia Wilde said that this character played by Chris wild was based on Jordan Peterson. She said, we based this character on this insane man, Jordan Peterson, who is this pseudo intellectual hero to the incel community. You know what incels are? Incels are guys that are part of the online community who consider themselves unable to get a girl. They consider unable to attract women sexually, you know, some of them they say have views that are hostile toward women and you know, they're just losers, basically. And for some reason, they think that she thinks that Jordan Peterson is the leader of all these men, which is ridiculous, she said, these men are basically disenfranchised and mostly white men, of course, mention white because how dare you even mention a black man doing something bad, you can't do that. I mean, at this point, your career, how could you talk badly about a black man just keep blaming white men? It's so easy. And no one's gonna get mad at you. You can say white men are pieces of shit, white men want to have sex with their mothers, white men are whatever you wanna say. The vast media will never get mad at you. You say one thing wrong about a black man, you're done, you're finished, you're canceled. So go ahead, kick us around. Livia, wild
"everett" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"That because of their profound data capabilities and feed on the ground in the state of South Carolina, that you would earn $700,000 in IO marketing, real deals with no fees. That net you an extra $300,000 per year. Now let's say you're a college football prospect who's considering going there. You want to go there for three years and head off to the NFL. Is it worth a $1 million difference to attend a different university? If you know, if you got on that field, you handle your business at USC, you can be a number one overall draft pick, just like David and county was. And at the end of your college career, you're going to have an extra $1 million regardless of where you get drafted. If NIL factors into a student athlete's college decision, USC is going to be the alpha university in the nation for maximizing truth, name image and likeness. Listen, I mean, I'm not I don't know enough to agree or disagree, but it's not like everybody else is sitting still though, Dan. You know that. And South Carolina knows that. So how do you compete with all the other stuff that's going on out there? I know your pitch is really good, but there's still a lot of shady stuff, nefarious stuff happening. That's a great question. And specific to this partnership we have, this is how true and IO was intended and for it can't be replicated, meaning most people consider ESM and now our subsidiary Park Avenue, a top two sports marketing firm in the country. And I don't think we're second. With that being said, this can't be replicated over a 130 different schools because it doesn't exist anywhere. It is a perfect marriage of university. It happens to be in state in relationships that are very deep between our firm and athletic department that has made a novel partnership that can't be replicated. So it's going to be a recruiting advantage that no one can compete with. Dan Everett with ESM on the deal with the university of South Carolina. Many, many thanks. Thank you very much as we head to the break. Of course, the gamecocks take on Georgia. This week, the number one team in the country will be right back. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. You had a laugh, you missed the venue. Constant elevation causes expansion. This guy goes by the name of Drake. Yes, sir. You got Cardi B and finally. Light skin germaine. And we write in the pit man with nip hustle. What's up man? You seem to be getting better. I'm like, that's what's supposed to happen. Perfect off podcast. We sit in front of us on Apple podcasts, Spotify, Amazon music.
"everett" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Bulldog Saturday at Williams Bryce in the school made a lot of the news recently when it became the first major college athletic department to partner with a sports marketing agency to establish an in-house NIL firm. And we are going to talk about it with one of the key people involved in Everett, who's, of course, whose firm Everett sports management is a big player. It is the player and all this. Dan, thank you for joining us. We really appreciate your time. Can't wait to hear more about how all this came about. But first of all, good afternoon. Good afternoon. Thank you for letting me join you today. We look forward to hearing more about this. So, I mean, this is unique. I know you represent a lot of major players in many different aspects. In many different sports. So how did the deal with South Carolina come together? You know, we had a relationship dating back to the Connor Shaw days at USC specifically with chance Miller and Hillary Cox at the university of South Carolina. And they had the ingenuity and the creativity to try to do something that was going to disrupt the announced space as a whole. And it's very exciting that they chose us to partner with to do so. So, I mean, when you look at this, it's still hard even now or what 14 months into this to wrap our arms around the idea that a university is partnering on something like this. So how does it work? At least in relation to your firm's role, being on their campus. Sure. So what we've created, we've created a subsidiary of ESM and what it is, it's a combination of brilliant marketing minds that use our novel data capabilities to position athletes for partnerships at the highest level. So USC student athletes are going to have the top sports agents in the country working on their behalf. And it's going to be done so free and non exclusively. And I mean, we're long past the idea of asking how do you jump through the hoops because obviously that's not even an issue here, the fact that the school is involved. But it still seems strange does it not, and maybe not to you, but to the rest of us that a school is now in this business using experts like yours. You know, the collective space changed a lot of things in the last four to 5 months. But truly, this is what in IL was intended to be. These are real deals in your exchanging true influence for compensation and or products. So this is what if you do believe in NIL, this is the best that it can be as you have student athletes and we're going to be serving all 500 plus student athletes at the university of South Carolina. So providing deals that are going to permeate through every athlete on campus and these are organic and authentic partnerships not donor money for nebulous deliverables. And of course, ESM is located in Greenville, which a little bit closer to Clemson than obviously the university of South Carolina, but that's beside the point. You represent a lot of really important players, Mac Jones, Jalen hurts, just to name a few. So on that campus, how well does it work in terms of you going out with the universities collaboration and making deals for the athletes? Sure. So the subsidiary of ESM, which is Park Avenue, has a 5 person team. And that team is going to work in both national and regional presence to go out and better position and procure deals using the novel data capabilities and procurement negotiation skills that ESM is used for over a decade. So ultimately, for the current student athletes at South Carolina, we project that they're going to have two times double the opportunities. They will, in 2022, 23 versus 2021 and 2022. And Dan, you know, we hear so many questions crazy stories about these deals for athletes. Assuming there is such a thing as a normal deal. What are we talking about here? Yeah, no, great question, Paul. So right now, I mean, in the next 48 hours and the next ten days, we're going to announce we anticipate now in the first three to four partnerships and university of South Carolina. And some of those are going to be regional. You have juice wells who's currently leading the SEC and receiving yards partnering with the regional juice company called tastiest fit. On the regional deal, we have the U.S. USC alumni association that may want to do a partnership with DK joiner, the do it all offensive star as he was the first person his family to graduate is still a student at the university of South Carolina. We're going to talks nationally with Under Armour to do an activation there to tailgate for the UGA game this weekend. We're talking with sax underwear to do a deal across the entire USC football team and it also had the tied to testicular cancer awareness. So you're going to see deals that are unique, not just specific to stars and basketball on football, but across all sports and genders. Dan, the bigger picture, there's so much negativity. And maybe that's waning a little bit, but how do you square the craziness of coaches accusing others of buying their whole team to what you are trying to accomplish with your firm on this campus? For Park Avenue, there's no collective relationship. There's no donor money. This is true in Iowa and house intended. And you know, obviously I've already talked about the benefit is going to have for the current student athletes who are there on campus. But really, I think the recruiting advantage, this is going to provide the university of South Carolina is what is most innovative and most disruptive. You know, let's say you're an elite athlete in men's basketball, women's basketball football. And you recognize that you probably have an in IO value around a half a $1 million per year. In real NIL deals. And if you sign with an agency, most agencies charge around 20% in fees. If you're considering USC, you have the nation's preeminent marketing firm, only 90 miles away. And you realize that because of their profound data capabilities and feed on the ground in the state of South Carolina, that you would earn $700,000 in IO marketing, real deals with no fees.
"everett" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I've said what I've had to say, and I say this right here. Just so it's big and marvelous. Elvis has left the bill. Oh my goodness. Wow. John is up next in Florida. Hello, John. Hey, Paul, how's it going? Hey, I was just a bunch of the Alabama fans called, and I know they're pretty upsetting all that. But to my knowledge, I mean, Nick Saban is a standard. Alabama football is always been the standard. And I guess my thing is, is that if you have standards that you play by, you don't have to get up or have to play a close game to be ready for any opponent. You can face adversity true enough. But in the same sense, it's Alabama, man. I mean, Alabama, they understand her. I mean, so when you're thinking about me, I understand that Pete goes defense coordinator, but doesn't Nick Saban have some say so in that defense also, I'll listen to that. Yeah, you know, I'm glad you said that, John, because I was trying to make that point yesterday Nick Saban, you know, has his hands in everything, but there's no place he has his hands in more than the defense, especially the secondary. That's specialty. And no person is good at defensive coordinators, Nick Saban is, is going to just turn the keys over. Yeah, he likes golden. There's no question. He's soft on golden. Or sweet on gold and whatever you want to use. But he trusts him because he stole there. He's the defect coach of the defense. Let's take a break. We have more to come, more guests as we continue here on what has been a truly insane week. Dan Everett will join us next.
"everett" Discussed on Veteran on the Move
"everett" Discussed on Veteran on the Move
"For jobs with people that are a lot younger than you, where the experience doesn't matter since we level. Or they're your age and they have like ten years experience. So I told myself, okay, we can tell stories and we can lay the charm on and we can find a job if I get this degree before I'm 30. But once I turn 30, man, that's going to be a lot of now you're 30 and you have what have you been doing, you know? So anyways, that lit a fire, right? I mean, 21 credit hours a semester maps now both summer sessions just daytime oil, midnight oil, like, you know, and then I got it done. I graduated my birthdays in March and I graduated December. Of 13 from university of Kentucky and I was 29. And then you talked about getting those resumes out there fast. I did not want to be looking for a job I was 30 with no experience. So was there any was there any proverbial moment or like a book or what was it that triggered it? Was it just kind of a slow boil in the fridge? It was just no, there's nothing that there's nothing that had an impact on me other than just from within, you know, it was just, hey, you know, just that epiphany of, you know, you can only have to find a skill, you can't trade time for money anymore. You're working hours or max. You're never going to have anything more than this. So it's just doing that, kind of like, it's just doing that for a long enough and wanting wanting a change, wanting more, wanting better. Just. Not incremental, but it's just seeking some sort of an improvement. Just trying to improve your position and it sucks for a long time. And then eventually you're tired of that. And I think it was kind of the same thing with college. You know, I've done the community college a couple of times and it just wasn't working. And I desperately wanted to not, I wanted to make money. I wanted to be able to do things. I want to be able to go places, travel. I want to be able to, you know, you name it, right? Have my own stuff. There's freedom independence on all that kind of stuff. And it's just, you know, I mean, unless you make it happen, it's not going to happen. So I just, at some point, again, work with the college thing, and just I got tired of that, and I just, you know, we've got to hit the gas here. And get it done and move on to the next chapter. Cool. So all right, so you're about to be about to come out of college, hold that thought. We're going to take a quick break very big. With all the PCS moves over the years, we've bought and sold many houses and we've used navy federal many times for home mortgage. They've always been professional and great to work with and they get the military. So you don't have to explain certain things to them about military pay and the VA loan. Navy federal credit union is here to help military members and their families tackle home ownership. Buying a home can be stressful enough. So it's great to work with the lender who already understands the special situation of military families. They offer mortgage options with zero down payment. So you don't need to wait years to save. They offer mortgage options that don't require private mortgage insurance. So you'll save money each month. Members save $2500 on average when they choose navy federal for their mortgage. And they're a top VA homelander. So check them out. Learn more at navy federal dot org. Insured by NC UA equal housing lender. Aback talking with army veteran drew Everett from the veteran marketplace. So drew, where we left off, you were just coming out of college, resume is going everywhere. I take it you ultimately went into corporate America. That's right. Yep. Yeah, so I got a job at a business unit within Stanley Black & Decker called Stanley security. And sales. And it's funny. It wasn't a job that I really wanted. A job at IBM that I got an offer letter for out of college through a hiring competition is an onsite event and you're there with a bunch of type of university higher programs that they have. And the team that I was already know we did the competition and we did really well and we all got off the letters and stuff and so I was kind of on hold for that job. It didn't start until the following summer. And I, where I live in Indiana, I met somebody and she thought it might be a good fit for this funny to work in HR when we met and there's no conflict because she wasn't over the area that I was in. But anyway, she just she pitched it, you know? And I was just working some measly jobs here and there just kind of waiting on this IBM thing to turn up. And anyways, you know, I fell into it and I really liked it. You know, and I like the people that I work with and I took their pretty quick and I enjoyed sales and. Getting to meet new people, new businesses, new challenges, how different industries operate and just all the ins and outs and the fastest. I'm just trying to work through solution sets with them. And it was just really, you know, I eat that stuff up. So anyways, that kind of sales turned into sales training. We had the sales trainer that was getting ready to retire and I was in the same market and they were looking to and I had a baby on the way at that point and a little bit of income stability wouldn't have had a bad idea and so that got me kind of in the corporate environment that organization and then that turned into. Another opportunity of the company that worked for today. In a different role, but so that's kind of good. You never know how things are going to start out and where they're going to lead and so we're the entrepreneurship thing come from and the idea for the veteran marketplace. Yeah, I mean, it's always been in there. I think that's something and I used to do this in my sales training at Stanley. Being good at sales is there's like a common thread there with the drive for entrepreneurship or the interest in it. And so it's always been there. I've always wanted to do my own thing. I've just never known what it would be and so the guy I grew up with Nick my cofounders from the marketplace. And I have known each other since like 56. 56th grade and we've always kind of been business minded. We've always kind of bantered about things like that. And we had an opportunity three years ago now, his dad was a navy veteran. And his dad was at the door first. He called a foot doctor, but anyway, since his dad, they had a lab. They had a shoe repair store, they made custom orthotics. They was a whole foot pain set up right as a whole deal. Referrals from the local doctors, all that kind of stuff so that they're making these custom orthotics for your shoes. And doing that for a long time. And then he starts thinking, hey, maybe there's a better way to do this. He actually designed and invented and patented an orthotic shoe and soul. It could be a mass produced and sold on the shelf. It's good for most people that kind of thing. 80 20 rule, right? And so anyways, you know, we're like Guinea pigs. We're kids. I mean, everybody in the neighborhood of where these things were all like testing them
Politico: Tom Cotton's Rigid Conservatism
"Politico is very upset about Tom cotton Politico is the relied left wing Democrat hack operation With an exception here and there so it could pretend to be a news operation Tom cotton's rigid conservatism is the title You'll never see a story about AOC about AOC's rigid Marxism or socialism or no no no See Tom cotton is a rigid conservative In other words he's a principled man He doesn't say no when asked about 2024 but the arkansan does rule out giving ground on much from immigration to criminal justice to foreign policy What's wrong with that Everybody can't be Mitch McConnell Everybody can't be Mitt Romney Everybody can't be Larry Hogan Politicians don't enjoy it but most change positions at least once in their careers then there's Tom cotton This is how the stories written by Burgess Everett Is Burgess a man or a woman Oops sorry Those categories don't count anymore From restricting legal and illegal immigration to hawkish foreign policy to criticizing the nation's under incarceration of criminals and he's right about all that
2 teenagers charged in death of high school teacher
"Mike Rossi a reporting hearings are set for to Iowa's students charged in the teacher's death court hearings are set for next week for two Iowa sixteen year olds charged with murder in the death of a high school Spanish teacher investigators say sixty six year old no humor Graber was reported missing Tuesday remains were found at a park later that day court filing stated Graber suffered inflicted trauma to the head and her body had been concealed Willard noble chain Miller and Jeremy Everett good deal were charged as adults with first degree murder as well as conspiracy to commit a forcible felony according to court documents police received a tip the Goodale posted details on social media about planning a killing and a possible motive documents also said Miller admitted to being at the park and helping conceal Graber's death hi
The Chester A. Poling
"Today. I'm going to do something a little different for this installment of your next dive normally tried to take you to a dive destination where we talk about the trip from a number of different perspectives. The travel the lodging the dive operator. Oh yeah the diving. Now we've been around the world. But today i'm going to focus on one particular dive that is almost in our backyard. It is one of the most iconic dives here in new england and that is the wreck of the chester. Polling off gloucester mass. The chester polling was a coastal tanker. That sank in a brutal storm on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven. The tanker had just left everett massachusetts and was bound for newington new hampshire. That information is pretty consistent in the research but there is other conflicting information about where she had been. And what cargo she delivered for example some documentation said she had previously delivered kerosene to new jersey while others indicated that the heating oil was delivered to everett mass. I would suspect that delivery to everett mass to be more likely always interesting when you Doing research to get this type of inconsistency now the chester polling was bill in nineteen thirty four at mariners harbor new york by united dry docks incorporated it was originally in the plattsburgh sacconi somewhere along the line at also known as the mobile albany before getting renamed as the chester polling at the time of its sinking it was owned by the motor vessel polling brothers and that was number one inc. I wasn't able to find who was actually named after but obviously some member of the family. So that's a little bit of history about the ship now on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven capital captain. Bert charles burgess was in command. The forecast for that day was for thirty five mile an hour winds along with fifteen to twenty foot seas. the chester polling chester. A polling left. Everett are left everett at six thirty. A m well as we all know. Forecast can be wrong. The winds built up to fifty miles per hour and to seize goddess highs. Thirty feet facing the mounting sees captain. Burge's tried to get more stability by adding more ballast but at ten thirty a m a thirty foot waves smashed into the tanker and broke it in half the captain called for abandoning the ship. Six of the seven members of the crew were saved. I believe it was the cook jail. Derosa from providence rhode island who perished the sir. The stern section of the chester polling came to rest off easter point gloucester originally in about seventy five feet of water with the bow section sinking about four miles off of eastern point in about one hundred ninety feet of water subsequent winter. Storms move the stern section to its present location about eight hundred yards off of eastern point about ninety five feet of water. I think the bottom might be a little bit deeper than that. However the stern section of the chester polling is what some folks call hollywood wreck sitting upright and is probably the most popular wreck dive off. Cape ann as that areas known. Now i- i dove the chester polling way back in july two thousand and five. It was my fortieth dive and a double dip on. The polling was part of my advanced open water class. These dyes would constitute my deep and wreck advanced. Open water dives. At that time. I was still diving in a seven. Millimeter wetsuit with the appropriate gloves and hood. I use the standard aluminum. Eighty tank with nighthawks. Thirty two. I can still remember the anxiety that had doing. The first real wreck dive in the northeast but once in the water what an amazing dive the visibility that day was thirty feet and my max step was at eighty five. Even though it was july the water temperature on iraq was fifty degrees. It was incredible to move along the deck and reach the mid mid ship section where. The tanker broken half absolutely mesmerizing but with an aluminum. Eighty you don't get much bottom time and after about fifteen minutes we headed back to the up line and after are appropriate safety. Stop we climb back aboard the boat and got ready to do it again. Total dive time was twenty six minutes the second dive that day was just as spectacular and pretty much the same profile. Let me just say in a wetsuit. It can get pretty chilly. I didn't go back to the chester polling until august. Two thousand nine and that was my last trip there. It was my two hundred and forty ninth dive but this time i did it in a dry suit and hope to get some good video of iraq. I still dove aluminum. Eighty the dive was just as i remembered and just as exciting visibility again was thirty feet. And my max. Depth was eighty two with and the bottom temperature. That day was forty eight degrees still very cold but so much better in a dry suit again however with an aluminum eighty. You just. Don't get much bottom time especially if your task loading like shooting video so my recommendation is that if you are planning to die the polling you might want to consider a little bit bigger tank something like a steal one hundred or going to doubles. I know that i wouldn't consider going back with anything less than a steel one hundred tank. How do you get to the chester polling back. Then we use cape and divers but they closed up several years ago and recently the dive boat cape and diver to was purchased by several guys from boston. An air now operating regularly chart regular charters again became an diverse to is a forty five foot. us coastguard registered dive vessel. It is spacious and right now with limited divers on board you get plenty of room to get ready and dive but you don't get a lot of but you don't get a lot of time because you don't have a lot of time to get ready because the is only a few minutes from the dock so be prepared one thing. Different about northeast wreck diving. Is that as a diver. You need to bring all your gear that includes tanks weights everything. It's not like diving at a resort. Don't get caught short by not being prepared with all your own stuff now. Here's an interesting element. That i discovered during my research. It appears that in nineteen sixties. The chester polling was length lengthened. By maybe twenty six or so feet. That doesn't sound like much. But at the time of her sinking her length with two hundred and eighty two feet so that lengthening was about ten percent of the original ship's length could this have been a contributing factor for the ship splitting in half. I wonder so if you happen to be in the area of cape ban in gloucester massachusetts. You might wanna look up cape and diver to and head out for a double dip on the chester a
Efficient Wilson Leads Seahawks Past Colts 28-16 in Opener
"Russell Wilson threw three of his four touchdown passes in the first half of the Seahawks twenty eight sixteen victory at Indianapolis Seattle scored on its first two drives as Wilson hooked up with Tyler Lockett on a twenty three yard TD pass to make it seven three and found Gerald Everett for a nine yard score to give Seattle fourteen three lead Wilson went up eighteen of twenty three for two hundred fifty four yards Carson Wentz was twenty five of thirty eight for two hundred fifty one yards and two scores in this call's debut Indy lost its eighth straight opener the past five with different starting quarterbacks I'm Dave Ferrie
Taliban: Women can study in gender-segregated universities
"The Taliban have announced that women in Afghanistan will be allowed to continue to study in universities what's with segregated classrooms and Islamic dress as compulsory meshes the announcement came as council's foreign minister arrived in Kabul the highest profile visitors since the Taliban announced then you can trim cabinets the minister for higher education of the Bacchae how Connie unveiled the new policies to the media a few days after new or male government was phones any female students who continues as studies because I think he's out he's not make Everett has no problem with them the world has been watching closely to see to what extent the Taliban might act differently from the first time in power in the late nineteen nineties during that era girls and women with tonight in education and were excluded from public life I'm Karen Thomas
"everett" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime
"Good dog. He's a great dog. But i think the whole idea of when we put these kids in juvenile detention. It's not just a lock them away. For a period of time as punishment it is rehabilitation rate is teaching them to be a healthy adult a contributor to society and hopefully that will happen for the thirteen year old the rest of them. I hate to say it. But i can't imagine they would come out any better than they went in and we looked at when we did an episode before. And you brought up the ace's score and how you know childhood trauma really impacts your life and especially if you don't get the treatment the mental health treatment to to work through some of these things and so hopefully that's kind of happening more than than just blaming kids that are either in the foster care system or whatever you know just kind of a catch all place like okay this is. We're gonna put you because we don't have enough foster homes. We don't you know the system needs to be rejected and it sounds like this place by your house. You know is doing a lot of the right things to people who say. No children should be locked up. There shouldn't even be juvenile rehabilitation at all. I was under the impression that they were being locked up. I thought it was a rehabilitation sake. It's juvie they just call it something nicer. Because they do try to rehabilitate they do have programs and things like that but the kids are locked up. That's a whole nother. Yeah this case is so incredulous that it it's kind of like keystone cops but it's like these are children for the most part and it's so tragic you forget that a person has died here but a person. Hey diet which is why. I wanted to start the episode focusing on jerry because the minute we start talking about barbara and her craziness all the focus. Goes there right but jerry was much beloved. I mean by his his entire family and the testimony at trial about him was was really so sweet. I mean his ex wives. Were there testifying about what a great guy he was. Even though they didn't work out. You know they still loved him and he was so giving and kind hard working. And i mean he was just he was the treasurer and even though he had been diagnosed with terminal cancer. You know they were still hoping that they would be able to keep him in their lives and it's just so terrible. They didn't get a chance to do that. Yeah i mean thank you for that because you know it. His situation and his. He didn't want to get chemo because he wanted to take care of his mother. With alzheimer's i'm mad. You know he could have just put his bomb in a home. He had forty thousand dollars and yet he wanted to take care of her personally. Which is so difficult. And he's got terminal cancer and like what that diagnosis means. I mean you know. His life should be celebrated for his contributions and barbara and her gang of kids that she manipulated just took that rip that away. People can be so easily manipulated. And it's not because they're not intelligent. It's not because they have issues. It's is just that's we talk about human nature in the brain and why things happen and it's like you know these kids didn't stand a chance. Yeah and i always look at kids. When i see a kid who's like really outstanding. Maybe good grades fantastic athletes so kind and loving and wonderful and i think you must have a great parent at home and now i'm rethinking that well. I think that they have done a recent study where they're like at doesn't have anything to do with parents. So who knows if. That's true. And i know right so try as you might Sometimes kids wind up the way they wind up. That's right so now that we're back to our weekly stories. We would love to hear what you wanna hear about. So if you have any ideas for stories cases that we cover from the pacific northwest. I love stories that either. We've never heard before or the historic cases are kind of fun for me because i like learning about what was going on. You know in the area in the time period that these things happened and and how that can affect the outcome of crimes. But you know we're open. So what are you guys want to hear about. Give us your best ideas and you know what's funny to that. I think that and i this is a compliment. But we have people all the time reaching out to us and they're like oh i want you to cover this case on it and then i look it. But it's like in california iowa or whatever like they really want our help but we you know. We really decided to pick the pacific northwest. Because we're here. And i love the ones that you've never heard of before either because it gives you an opportunity to hear cases that you've never heard before and they're just it's amazing that we've been doing almost two years and we still there's still. There's still more that we haven't heard of. I'm kim shepard with caroline soho.
"everett" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime
"Off the vacuum back guests. They close it. And i know this place out of marysville way past too late up despite him so misty concern with me. It's still given heather in the firebird. The bax before you go long ways weighed almost port. Susan and he would get going near but man was getting your said. We're going to haunted flashed my life members that that's a good spot side. More rights mariam said. Just dump. It there yeah. The fourteen year old friend of her daughter was the one who decided where to dump the body according to barbara and is one of these underage kids driving one of the because if they have three vehicles it sounds like at least one time. There was a fifteen year old who was driving once they were rid of the body again. They had no idea what to do next. Everybody was aired and tired inherited us and nobody wants to go home. I'll be back there. i wanna go li. They went to denny's and they stayed for several hours later. They rented a motel room. And again they us jerry's credit cards so of course it's made it really easy for the cops to track them down and the jury didn't buy her claim of self defense. Barbara opel was convicted of first degree murder but she was spared the death penalty. There was some mention at sentencing that she'd had a rough childhood and even had a couple of experts claim that she suffered from some mental illness. It wasn't enough for the jury to let her off the hook for the murder but they did decide that life in prison was enough of a punishment as for the kids. Fourteen year olds heather and marianne were also convicted of murder and sentenced to twenty two a piece seventeen year old. Jeff pleaded guilty. He got a fifty year sentence. His friend fourteen year old kyle pleaded guilty and was sentenced to eighteen years and the youngest of this crew. Kyle's thirteen year. Old cousin was the only one to be tried as a juvenile. He was ordered to be kept at a juvenile prison until the age of twenty one. Well what about the seven. The seven year old a seven eleven year old will they weren't charged with anything they weren't targeting track. This and make sure like yeah. They were present. But i mean a they're seven and eleven but b. They also had absolutely no. I mean the only thing they did was mom told them to help clean up and they they did what mom said. Yeah but i think it's you know they're obviously victims in this like you know. Let's let's yes. They need help so our fellow. True crime fan. Borough bearer says that after studying this case the trial and all the testimony. He is more convinced than ever that none of these underage defendants should have been tried in a court designed for adults or what have is. Try him as an adult to kids. Use it as understand what's going on the research it a. What do kiss fake things mean like. You have a right for silent. They think it'd means don't make noise to the courtroom and then if they are convicted you can't put a for january with hardened criminal bar and then louis one of the younger kids couldn't wait to become a criminal because he missed his sister he wanted to go. She was and another example of what berle's talking about here reading through the transcripts of the interviews with the kids. It was just heartbreaking in the interview with a thirteen year old. The cops did the usual reading of the miranda rights and then they asked to you understand that you have the right to remain silent and the kid. Answer's yes then. The investigator says okay. What does that mean to you. When i say that and the kid could not come up with an answer could not verbalize it himself. They asked the same question five times. They ended up actually spoon feeding the answer to the kid. Would it be that your right to remain silent. Means you don't have to say anything and the kid finally says yes and i mean this is why they have an advocate with them at all. They should not have that advocate. It wasn't clear in the transcript. I mean that. I mean this is like a criminal to interview children and i'm not saying that they did that here. But that's why don't they don't know what's going on. Yeah they've been roped into this scheme of hers and it's just is so tragic on so many level we're adults and it's hard for us to wrap our minds around this whole story. What's going on as a child. I mean there's just no way another thing that stuck out to me was this kid. Didn't know their social security number something. I think all adults can just rattled off because they've used it so many times they've they've had it memorized but it just goes to show how little life this kid is led how little experience they had. The kid also said that when the other started attacking jerry. He ran out of the house because he didn't want anything to do with it but then he didn't know where to go. He couldn't drive so he ended up going back to the house a little while later so he wanted to get away from the situation but couldn't and he said that barbara opel offered them quote as much money as we wanted to beat up jerry and the cop says wall. Did they give you a figure. And the kid says like a couple hundred bucks and again that just goes to show the naivety of the kid to them. A couple hundred bucks is as much money as they could want. Yeah and even jerry's family was just really upset with the sentences for these. After miriam and heather were old enough to move from the juvenile detention center to the adult jail. They would actually be in the same jail as heather's mom so it would be sort of family reunion. Jerry's kids would never get to see their father again so it just really seemed like an injustice to the family that barbara's daughter would be with her mother but at this point now that they're older and a presumably wiser and looked at like my life has been taken away basically my young life because of my mother's greed and manipulation would even want to be close to their mud that that mother and especially marianne. I mean she's not even relate this mother but heather miriam. I mean fourteen twenty two year sentences. They're not going to get out until they're what thirty six. And then what i mean. They haven't had a chance to really have the formative years even if they were able to finish their high school educations. I doubt they would be able to do any kind of real college. They wouldn't have any social or work skills to get them through life when they were released. So i think in the last episode that we did and we talked to mike citizens ski and he said how when you're in a federal prison you can go to college. You can have a job you know. I think that. I mean i'm not trying to make. It seem like you know they're. They're living the high life. They have lost their youth. I mean i can't imagine that daughter has any loyalty to this mother. But who knows i mean. She sounds like she. She is so adept that manipulation that she could still be manipulating them to this day. Yeah and the only one of the whole group that i think has a shot at coming out in a better situation than they went in is the youngest the thirteen year old who was sentenced to juvenile detention and would be released at the age of twenty one. We actually only have to juvenile detention centers. Believe it is in the entire state of washington and one of them happens to be in the town. That i live in. And it's actually really neat. Because i follow them online and i see a lot of the things that they do and they have a lot of volunteers who come in and do things like. Give them golf lessons. Give them art and cooking classes. Teach them how to so balanced a checkbook. They come in and do what i think. A lot of parents would normally be doing for the kids at home. They bring in volunteers for all of these programs. And there's actually one program that's really neat. They take dogs from the humane society and they train them with basic commands. They keep them for a few months at the juvenile rehabilitation center. The kids work with the dogs help train them and then they adopt them out and we actually have our dog jack from that program and he's a i got say damn.
"everett" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime
"I believe i've said it'd be nice if he was dead. I don't recall that. I've said at that time that i wanted to at some point during that time. Get killed with the idea that you wanted to wanted to kill him. Iv them up extremely bad according to barbara. Jerry was a really nice guy when he was sober but he became angry and violent when he would come home drunk. Barbara admitted that she and the kids attacked jerry and killed him but at trial. She claimed it was self-defense. And her defense attorney even used greg's actions to try and prop up their stories. Saying you know. Oh yeah you went looking for your dad at the bar because he really likes to hang out there He likes to get drunk. And greg said yeah. He like to go to the bars because he likes company. He was super social. He just wanted to hang out with people and that's where people hang out well and not only that. But i mean he was going through a lot. He's lonely it's like you know here's the thing where it's like. He doesn't have the opportunity to tell his side of the story. And clearly barbara. We you know we can't even believe a thing that word. The jess says look at the evidence of his life that he is the type of person to help build a softball park. He's the type of person to welcome people into his family. That aren't even his family and strike this bargain. You know he could have just hired someone that had no attachments whatsoever. But you're using to a woman out in need with three kids. I mean. I think that shows character more than what they're presenting here. Right when you get xfinity. Internet flexes included free and finding what to watch on. Tv is now is easiest popcorn. This is a way better way to watch go to finnity. Dot com one eight hundred xfinity or visit a store today to get a great offer on internet and add flex for free restrictions. Apply if you're struggling with alcohol or drugs. 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I think somebody said what are we gonna wrap cycle. Get his bed sheet or something to that effect of what might have been sand heather invariably musically pants out bleach clorox to color safe bleach and sponges. And how old. This was something. I found really interesting about the interview with barbara is that she was very specific on odd things so like for example he said would use to clean up and she lists like the products and i think most of us would just say oh some spray bottles with some cleaner. We wouldn't go through. Like oh the pine sol the clorox to bleach. Or you know. It's very specific in an odd way and the same thing happened when he asked about what cars jerry have and she knew the make model and color of vehicles which he had three or four cars. Well i think this is what investigators look at when they're interviewing chillers and things like that when they can totally recall minutia like the household supplies the cars that kind of stuff but then act like oh. I don't remember that's how they know that's their tell that they're lying because they clearly long pause when they said well you said it'd be nice to kill him but did you say you wanted to do it. Yeah she was like a and there was that long right but yeah you remember everything else. So clearly Barbara had used jerry's credit card to rent a truck but apparently they had trouble getting the body into the bed of the truck. It wouldn't open the back of the truck where they wanted to pull down. The tailgate wouldn't open and so they got a wheelbarrow. They put some some wood planks to try to ramp up to the truck but the will actually fell over at one point and like the body fell out in the yard and they had to like pick it up and put it back. It was a whole thing so they finally get him into the back of the truck. They put the wheelbarrow on top of him upside down so that no one could see what was in the back of the truck. The thing that comes to mind here. And i know that sounds like barbara wasn't a serial killer but the only way to make sense of what's happening here is the you know when you think about. Fbi profiles they categorize serial killers into organized and right. It's organized or disorganized case organi. So generally and organiz defender was defined as an individual who planned his murders and displayed control. At the crime scene a disorganized offender was described as an individual who was spontaneous. Their crime scenes appeared more muddled and the crimes were more opportunistic in nature. You know the whole thing here is beyond muddled and it makes you wonder what she thought was going to happen. And i think maybe it's like getting back to kinda her mindset. That forty thousand dollars was just so enticing and that she had access to it and it was just sitting there waiting that she focused on that and manipulating the kids. It didn't focus on like how is actually going to play out. Yes she didn't think ahead at all. I mean there was apparently no planning for what was to be done with the body like she had talked and planned about okay. We're going to wait for him on upstairs downstairs. We're gonna have these bats. You stand here you stand there. They talked about all that but there was no discussion about. What do we do. once it's over. Yeah so heather. And jeff are in the truck barbara. Miriam and the younger kids hop into one jerry's cars. She's still bringing all the kids around with our. This was a firebird and they're going to try to figure out what to do with the body because she hadn't thought that far ahead she had no plan for what to do with it and they cut out his caravan of people who are just going to drive around and look for a spot for some reason. And let's just say i'm sorry to interrupt but let's say this is before cell phones right so you know they're probably going to be like okay the giving the hand signal like i'm going to go to the mcdonalds follow me. And then they're gonna get out and poor. Jerry is the back of this truck. i mean. he's in the truck right. Did they get in the back of a truck right and they're gonna just like okay. You could just see this. Like total chaotic kind of situation with these young little kids as a show. Just how little barbara thought about what she was going to do next. Somehow they wound up at a bowling alley. All these parts was binding you. When i was in high school we would go to caravan parties. Have like okay. We're gonna go before cellphones. Yeah you know the fact that they're adam bowling alley and my surprised and not really given the set up of this so it's kind of like the local hang out for teenagers and i guess the brother of one of the kids who was involved in the killing worked at the bowling alley and was there so for some reason they go to the bowling alley. This kid goes into talk to his brother and apparently one of the kids actually went in and started bragging that there's a body in the back of the truck parked outside the kids didn't believe them. Some of them did but they were like just too afraid to go and look one witness in particular. Said he was too scared to go and look to see the body but he knew it was there and that's when the gang runs into another problem because after they had parked the bowling alley gone done. They're bragging they're going to go back. And you know drive and find a spot to dump him at and the truck wouldn't start so barbara. Thanks will. maybe it's at a gas. She takes the gas can goes down. The local station puts a few gallons. The truck still won't start so according to barbara they decide to ditch the truck and put jerry in the back of the firebird instead and they have to do this while they're parked at the bowling alley so that witness who said he was initially too afraid to look back at the body says he was there as they struggled to move jerry from the bed of the truck to the trunk of the car and he saw the blankets and he touched because he wanted to feel what the body felt like and it was a body and it was cold. I you know. I'm wondering what barbara was. The setup is that she's super controlling super manipulative and yet it seems like everybody's kind of squirting out everywhere like there's these three vehicles and once this person's going into the bowling alley like i'm wondering if she's all like thinking you know this including all these other people. I don't think i'm gonna beginning that forty thousand dollars. I couldn't even begin to imagine what was going through her brain really. I mean. of course they got this pretty big crew so they've decided they're also now gonna take another of jerry's cars a chevy camaro to add to their caravan because they lost the truck and did he leave the truck there at the bowling alley. Yeah so here's what barbara says happened next. He gets put in the back and then the back.
"everett" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime
"I'm happy to say that you know. This is a happy story where she is a breast cancer survivor. And so yeah. But but i can only imagine that conversation on that you know setting that up on that airplane ride. What am i going to say to my dad. Because you know we all know roles reverse right many cases with your parents sometimes and those are hard conversations dads in this tough spot of being in between right so he's trying to take care of his mom but he needs to be taken care of and you know his family lives out of state. There's nobody there to to do that. Caretaking for him right and so sometimes it. Is that face to face conversation with your loved one where you can you know does have an impact craig than walks into this horrific scene like what is going on. Yeah well jerry hyman. His dad was born in north dakota in nineteen thirty seven. He moved to washington as a kid. Graduated from rogers. High school in spokane. According to the obituary published in the everett herald. He joined the minute man program soon. After promising to commit eight years of service to the army reserves in exchange for college tuition he went on to work at boeing. For most of his adult life he got married and had four kids three boys and one little girl he liked to fish and camp and he had a cabin where he would often host family. Gatherings jerry wasn't perfect he was married and divorced four times but even his ex wife mary lou. Cannon had been married to him for seventeen years before their divorce said later that jerry was a kind and generous man and that even after they split up she still loved him in two thousand. Jerry was living with his elderly mother. Evelyn home in everett. It was a big two story house with four bedrooms. More than enough room for the two adults and jerry was going through this really difficult period in his life about six months earlier. He'd been diagnosed with terminal cancer and he'd consider treatment but he was worried about how he would take care of his mother. If he was in chemo and then barely able to take care of himself. Evelyn suffered from alzheimer's she needed round the clock. Care for everything from bathing. Feeding and jerry was a devoted son. He didn't wanna put her in a nursing home. He wasn't sure how much time she had left and he said he really wanted to be lucid and coherent in her final days. He wanted to have mom close to him at home where we can make sure she was getting the best possible care so when he met a woman named barbara opel who offered to help him care for his mother in exchange for a place to stay. They must've seemed like a real ideal situation. Not only would barbara be able to help with mom but she had three children and our oldest daughter who was thirteen would also be able to help with some of the chores around the house and kind of the babysitting grandma when the adults were busy in so many of our cases. Can we talk about the vulnerable woman. Being stopped by a predator right and it is absolutely being set up as jerry is is seemed so vulnerable. Oh absolutely meeting barbara opel. I mean he was just probably like. Oh my gosh thank you. And there's so many unsung heroes who are caregivers and who do come in and like help the family i feel like we're setting that you set this up. That barbara is not one of those people. She is certainly not now for the story. This week we spoke with burl barer. Who has an impressively long resume. Including being the host of one of the very first true crime podcasts. True crime uncensored. He's also a published author with many true crime books under his belt. Including mommy said. Kill which is about the murder of jerry. Hyman hooper caregiver whose mother and barbara gives a great sales pitch of why it should be heard. She's got his wonderful fourteen year old daughter and he hires her and she and her daughter boob. Into jerry's house aaron everett and he's taken care of grandma and everything's delightful jury however has cast a bizarrely. Taking care of himself is their focus. More on his mother take care of her so in exchange for taking care of evelyn. Barbara opel her thirteen year old daughter. Heather her eleven year old son. Derek and her seven-year-old daughter tiffany would get to live at jerry's house rent-free according to an article in the new york daily news. The family hadn't had a stable home in years. They lived in twenty two different places over seven years. So that's like three places a year including living in their car part of the time. They benefited from different apartments nearly a dozen times for not paying the rent so getting to live in a real home where they wouldn't be kicked out for failing to pay. That must have felt like a godsend for them as well. And based on your description you know we can only imagine what these kids have been through and her youngest is seven years old eleven years old and i think that to set this up. you know. we're going to be wondering why there's something called the trauma bond but when we first started working with the podcast. I'd never heard that term before. And so i was looking it up on medical news. Today and a trauma bond is a psychological response to abuse. It occurs when the abuse person forms an unhealthy bond with the person who abuses them. The person experiencing abuse may develop sympathy for the abusive person. A barbara opel. right totally. See where somebody might say. Here's this single mom with three young kids trying so hard to make ends meet. She just can't catch a break. I mean i could see where somebody might have some sympathy for this person. We'll kids are so bonded to their mother. And so anyway. This is that there's the cycle reinforced cycles of abuse. Followed by remorse. Stockholm syndrome is one type of trauma. Bonding as an example. So i think that these kids are ripe to be the definition of trauma bonded indoctrinated into this lifestyle that she has set up now. Jerry was in the process of selling his home in everett. Not sure why you know. Maybe he needed the cash to pay for medical expenses but he planned on renting a home nearby and said there would still be plenty of room for barbara and her family as well. So he's still taking care of all of these people and having so many kids. I know with you. You feel responsibility. It seems like that's personality. Where he says care for everyone right. Yeah right so few months later the whole crew moved into this. Two story rented house jerry. His mom and barbara had bedrooms on the main floor. While the three kids lived in the basement. Barbara not only helps with caring for grandma by this time. She's also taking care of most of the household business like paying the bills and she's using jerry's checkbook to do it with his permission so they've gotten to be fast friends pretty quickly. I mean she's really just taking over everything. So jerry can focus on taking care of his own health which could be an ideal situation if it weren't barbara opel right now. Ever it is not a small town by any means. It's home to a large boeing factory. Where geri spent much of his career but in a way has that small town feel so as an example. According to his family. Jerry had helped to build a local softball field and just so happened. It was the field where barbara's thirteen year old daughter would play. So we've talked about this before when you come from the same community or the same small town. There's that feeling familiarity. Even though you don't really know the person you sort of feel like you know where they're coming from. There's a kinship. A familiarity. that's there. I think that jerry would absolutely have that but barbara opel and her children. They've moved around so much. I'm sure the daughter yearn for these kids. Probably yearned for that. Yeah you know. In the fact that he again showing. What a giver. He is that he's a part of building this park for kids. You know he's a really giving person yes and thirteen year. Old heather by all accounts was a pretty exceptional kid. Despite being raised by barbara opel brew young lady. Very great student basketball player. The mother drove everybody nuts. 'cause she'd scream at your kids basketball games you know but the ways you do this better. You'll give your bedtime as far as other was absurd. Anything to please her. Mother mother was quite volatile and so it was like keep balmy happy. We don't want mommy yelling. You know bomb says we do even if bomb says kill was he did. I think we've all known these parents not the mom who says kill but like the parent. Who's on the sidelines. Like screaming at the wrath. And you wonder. What does that person like at home behind. Closed doors when there aren't a bunch of people watching. Yeah i mean. It is really hard to watch. I will say i mean i have to say. I do love rooting for my kids. Sporting event woman route is different. Ryan like rules at events. You feel their unwritten rules where you know. How much did you cheer. But i think that it is so uncomfortable watching another parent scream at their kids. It's a helpless feeling. I always want to go and support that kid or kid like say. You're not a bad king. You i know because they would probably be punished later for it by parent. Barbara seems like exactly the type of person who would do that. Exactly in the spring of two thousand one barbara hatches this plan because jerry has given her access to his bank account. She knows he has about forty thousand dollars in there from the sale of his old house. So she can just get rid of jerry. That money could be hers but how to do it. Her daughter heather who has now turned fourteen. Had apparently just broken up with a boyfriend and it's unclear if it was heather's idea or her mother's but heather gets involved with a guy who they've heard has ties with a local gang a guy named jeff grote. She picks up his kid. Who he's like seventy and with her mother's approval see takes them back to their place and has sex with it was on purpose or the encouraged to do this and when the kid comes out of the bedroom he had sex with for two year old daughter. Does the mother way to talk to. She's not there to talk to them about safe sex. She's due to talk to about murder. You know stupid my daughter do me a favor murder by employer barbeque. Even say like i'm it's like. This woman goes so far out into left field of like what were the mom is like ushering her. Fourteen year old to sleep with the seventeen year old and then after that it's almost like a transaction that's part of the transactional situation but she's so young. She doesn't understand that she's being used by her mother. And so many levels barbara opel was the kind of woman who wasn't just overbearing her own children but apparently she was like with most people much charismatic. in a charming way but she always a domineering. Wait a very forceful personality. Was woman stern woman. Lot of energy binder presentation and it was always says goes plus. They told the young man jerry to who wanted to kill had been very abusive to which wasn't true but they painted this story of poor little fourteen year old. Heather legal would just have sex with good persecuted by jerry which wasn't true it all. It was very nicely but she created the scenario. We're going to get him you know. And besides we're gonna get a bunch of money. What would you like to buy with the money. We're going to get barbara offered to buy her daughter at dirt bike and offer to help jeff by car if they'd help her. Get rid of jerry. It sounds like jeff might have been a little reluctant to actually murder someone. According to court records he suggested that maybe just beating him up really bad would be enough to get him to stop abusing the kids but barbara insisted no he needs to be killed. So we're talking about a mom manipulating others to kill this man for her. And we've seen this so many times that cult of personality. I would put barbara on par with a cult leader and individual. That has a way of preying on the vulnerable and manipulating them to do their bidding. I mean that's why you can see how convincing she would be to the seventeen year old kid like yeah you know. He's totally abusing my daughter. And you have to do this and but another question that i'm always grappling with is. What is the price of a human life when it comes to these investigations. I think normal people would say priceless. What early there is a price. Jagmeet i in in some of the podcasts. That i've listened to the lowest was like five hundred dollars taking of a human life for five hundred dollars but there has been a study on this topic and the average for a contract. Killing is fifteen thousand dollars. I mean the price of a sedan of you sedan. Is that really what a human life is worth. And in this case it was a dirt bike and a and they wouldn't even get that as it would turn out so jeff decides. He is going to need some help to do this. So he contacts couple of his friends and heather enlists the help her fourteen year. Old best friend is well. On friday april thirteenth. It was friday the thirteenth. This whole crew lays in wait five teenagers and barbara barbara and the two girls stayed downstairs with the two younger kids. By the way the seven and eleven year old are down there in the basement as well to keep them out of the way. She leaves the boys on the main floor. One of them had a metal baseball bat. The other two had smaller souvenir bats like you'd get from seattle mariners. Game jury comes home and he's immediately attacked with baseball. Bats you guys are paying. You know better wells. He's hit the back of the head with baseball. Bat falls to the ground and kicked him. they're hitting with the baseball bat. Heather delivers the dacuda garage. So to speak she comes running up the stairs for the basement. Where for mothers gotta do cheerleading. You know go get him gives and she comes up with a knife and stabs him several times. So there's quite dead. Her best friend who is downstairs in the basic israel upset wants to run away in barbara grabs. Just how you run away with. Your best friend is upstairs kill it. Somebody you know is would be supportive and what fourteen year. Old girl is going to know how to handle that situation. And it's it's so unreal that this is actually happening. It's like we want to understand the motives or or the reasoning but there isn't any real reasoning or at least not any hints reactions to it again going back to that cult of personality trauma bond. And there's a group of kids who are doing this act. Altogether later on one of these kids would say they. Investigators asked him. Why did you take part in this if you weren't comfortable with it. You didn't really want to do it. Why did you do it. And he would say well they just kept asking me so i did it to get them to stop asking the. That's the mentality of a of a kid. Well i think you know. Sometimes that is and we. I think we asked these same questions when we did the wallowing episode where imam manipulated. And it's amazing. How lord of the flies things can happen. And it's unexplainable later but at the time it's like a the the vibe of everything is just so it's almost inevitable whether you help or not. You may as well help. I mean i think that. That's maybe the mindset. Yeah so we're going to jump ahead one week now to the night. That jerry son arrives from arkansas. He is coming all this way. Try and talk to his dad and to getting treatment for cancer. But jerry's a no show at the airport. Greg takes that shuttle finds the house dark. The door is locked. There's no sign of anybody inside. He goes around to the side of the house finds a window cracked and is able to climb in through the window and he finds his eighty nine year old grandmother sitting in a wheelchair in the kitchen. At the kitchen table there's blood splattered on her chair and on her nightgown she's clearly not been taken care of for quite a while. She's barely coherent and she had bits of newspaper in her mouth. Apparently she was so hungry. That you've been eating paper to stay alive and greg. I mean he's in a panic grim. Of course she can't explain what's going on. She's nonverbal and his dad is just nowhere to be found. This was kind of middle of the night when he arrived and so the next morning he went out searching all over the place including going to several bars in the area that he knows his dad. Like to hang out at jerry's body would eventually be found on the tulalip indian reservation. It had been covered in acid wrapped in bedsheets than dumped in a secluded area with all the evidence left at the scene of the crime. It didn't take long for investigators to put the pieces together. The live in caregiver. Barbara opel just up and vanished along with her kids the same time that jerry was found murdered and his elderly mother was abandoned but when they arrested barbara she told a very different story about what went down in that house. According to her jerry was a drunk who would get abusive with her her daughter even her daughters friends and i was able to get a copy of the interview conducted by police or at least parts of it. There are some bits missing. But at one point barbara tells investigators that heather's friend. Miriam was harassed by jerry on a regular basis including yelling at her one night about a week before the murder fain have fan names.
"everett" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime
"Well kim so many things to pick apart in that but it was really the number one thing. It was taking me back to win. My mom got a breast cancer diagnosis. And like greg. You know. I was rustling with that. She wouldn't do the chemo. And i remember having a conversation with the doctor like what's she kept. Having to surgery to remove the tumor that would come back and Oh wow yeah. And he just looked at me and he said your mom's going to die. And i had to have that conversation with her and i'm happy to say that you know. This is a happy story where she is a breast cancer survivor. And so yeah. But but i can only imagine that conversation on that you know setting that up on that airplane ride. What am i going to say to my dad. Because you know we all know roles reverse right many cases with your parents sometimes and those are hard conversations dads in this tough spot of being in between right so he's trying to take care of his mom but he needs to be taken care of and you know his family lives out of state. There's nobody there to to do that. Caretaking for him right and so sometimes it. Is that face to face conversation with your loved one where you can you know does have an impact craig than walks into this horrific scene like what is going on. Yeah well jerry hyman. His dad was born in north dakota in nineteen thirty seven. He moved to washington as a kid. Graduated from rogers. High school in spokane. According to the obituary published in the everett herald. He joined the minute man program soon. After promising to commit eight years of service to the army reserves in exchange for college tuition he went on to work at boeing. For most of his adult life he got married and had four kids three boys and one little girl he liked to fish and camp and he had a cabin where he would often host family. Gatherings jerry wasn't perfect he was married and divorced four times but even his ex wife mary lou. Cannon had been married to him for seventeen years before their divorce said later that jerry was a kind and generous man and that even after they split up she still loved him in two thousand. Jerry was living with his elderly mother. Evelyn home in everett. It was a big two story house with four bedrooms. More than enough room for the two adults and jerry was going through this really difficult period in his life about six months earlier. He'd been diagnosed with terminal cancer and he'd consider treatment but he was worried about how he would take care of his mother. If he was in chemo and then barely able to take care of himself. Evelyn suffered from alzheimer's she needed round the clock. Care for everything from bathing. Feeding and jerry was a devoted son. He didn't wanna put her in a nursing home. He wasn't sure how much time she had left and he said he really wanted to be lucid and coherent in her final days. He wanted to have mom close to him at home where we can make sure she was getting the best possible care so when he met a woman named barbara opel who offered to help him care for his mother in exchange for a place to stay. They must've seemed like a real ideal situation. Not only would barbara be able to help with mom but she had three children and our oldest daughter who was thirteen would also be able to help with some of the chores around the house and kind of the babysitting grandma when the adults were busy in so many of our cases. Can we talk about the vulnerable woman. Being stopped by a predator right and it is absolutely being set up as jerry is is seemed so vulnerable. Oh absolutely meeting barbara opel. I mean he was just probably like. Oh my gosh thank you. And there's so many unsung heroes who are caregivers and who do come in and like help the family i feel like we're setting that you set this up. That barbara is not one of those people. She is certainly not now for the story. This week we spoke with burl barer. Who has an impressively long resume. Including being the host of one of the very first true crime podcasts. True crime uncensored. He's also a published author with many true crime books under his belt. Including mommy said. Kill which is about the murder of jerry. Hyman hooper caregiver whose mother and barbara gives a great sales pitch of why it should be heard. She's got his wonderful fourteen year old daughter and he hires her and she and her daughter boob. Into jerry's house aaron everett and he's taken care of grandma and everything's delightful jury however has cast a bizarrely. Taking care of himself is their focus. More on his mother take care of her so in exchange for taking care of evelyn. Barbara opel her thirteen year old daughter. Heather her eleven year old son. Derek and her seven-year-old daughter tiffany would get to live at jerry's house rent-free according to an article in the new york daily news. The family hadn't had a stable home in years. They lived in twenty two different places over seven years. So that's like three places a year including living in their car part of the time. They benefited from different apartments nearly a dozen times for not paying the rent so getting to live in a real home where they wouldn't be kicked out for failing to pay. That must have felt like a godsend for them as well. And based on your description you know we can only imagine what these kids have been through and her youngest is seven years old eleven years old and i think that to set this up. you know. we're going to be wondering why there's something called the trauma bond but when we first started working with the podcast. I'd never heard that term before. And so i was looking it up on medical news. Today and a trauma bond is a psychological response to abuse. It occurs when the abuse person forms an unhealthy bond with the person who abuses them. The person experiencing abuse may develop sympathy for the abusive person. A barbara opel. right totally. See where somebody might say. Here's this single mom with three young kids trying so hard to make ends meet. She just can't catch a break. I mean i could see where somebody might have some sympathy for this person. We'll kids are so bonded to their mother. And so anyway. This is that there's the cycle reinforced cycles of abuse. Followed by remorse. Stockholm syndrome is one type of trauma. Bonding as an example. So i think that these kids are ripe to be the definition of trauma bonded indoctrinated into this lifestyle that she has set up now. Jerry was in the process of selling his home in everett. Not sure why you know. Maybe he needed the cash to pay for medical expenses but he planned on renting a home nearby and said there would still be plenty of room for barbara and her family as well. So he's still taking care of all of these people and having so many kids. I know with you. You feel responsibility. It seems like that's personality. Where he says care for everyone right. Yeah right so few months later the whole crew moved into this. Two story rented house jerry. His mom and barbara had bedrooms on the main floor. While the three kids lived in the basement. Barbara not only helps with caring for grandma by this time. She's also taking care of most of the household business like paying the bills and she's using jerry's checkbook to do it with his permission so they've gotten to be fast friends pretty quickly. I mean she's really just taking over everything. So jerry can focus on taking care of his own health which could be an ideal situation if it weren't barbara opel right now. Ever it is not a small town by any means. It's home to a large boeing factory. Where geri spent much of his career but in a way has that small town feel so as an example. According to his family. Jerry had helped to build a local softball field and just so happened. It was the field where barbara's thirteen year old daughter would play. So we've talked about this before when you come from the same community or the same small town. There's that feeling familiarity. Even though you don't really know the person you sort of feel like you know where they're coming from. There's a kinship. A familiarity. that's there. I think that jerry would absolutely have that but barbara opel and her children. They've moved around so much. I'm sure the daughter yearn for these kids. Probably yearned for that. Yeah you know. In the fact that he again showing. What a giver. He is that he's a part of building this park for kids. You know he's a really giving person yes and thirteen year. Old heather by all accounts was a pretty exceptional kid. Despite.
"everett" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime
"The plane with a heavy heart. He hadn't seen his father in five years. And this would be anything but a happy reunion more than six hours. He said on that plane. Mulling over what to say. It had been a year since his father had been diagnosed with cancer and he was still refusing treatment. Greg and the rest of the family had been trying to change his mind for months. But jerry had his reasons. Sixty four year old boeing retiree was caring for his elderly mother. She was suffering from alzheimer's unable to walk or even feed herself. Jerry couldn't imagine going through chemo while also taking care of grandma but greg didn't want to lose. His dad was on a six hour flight from arkansas to seattle trying to find the words that we changed his father's mind about treatment. Once he touchdown at seatac picked up his bag. Greg expected to see his father waiting to pick him up. There was no sign of him. So greg walked around a bit more after more than three hours past. Greg had to give up. He decided to catch a shuttle to his father's house in everett. Another hour for greg to try and come up with just the right words. The shuttle pulled up to a dark house. Lights were out the shades. Drawn and greg would discover. The front door was locked so he climbed into a window and was met by a nightmare. His eighty nine year old grandmother in a blood spattered wheelchair with shredded. Bits of newspaper in her mouth. But what about his father was. He said that that wish is dead. You say that you wouldn't kill them. I believe. I said it'd be nice if he was dead. I'm kim shepard with carolina socio and..
"everett" Discussed on "You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch
"Mentors new network to be able to go out and serve the people who need what you possess now. I know i'm talking a little bit. Vague because i don't wanna tip my hand on. What a phenomenal interview was with vicky everett and she is one of the founding partners of the twang sisters. And i'm not gonna you're gonna have to just listen to figure that out but it's a fascinating journey of hal. She was working for many years in marketing sales and finally during cova. You know that that door started to shut and she had to step out in faith to say unready for the purpose that i'm really here to deliver to the world. And she did and the twang sisters were born. And i can't wait for you to hear this story of just faith and preparation and more importantly just embracing. What's in front of you. So let's dive into today's episode of urine charge conversations that sparked change with the twin sister. Vicky ever.
Haiti's Troubled History May Slow Aid to Earthquake Victims
"Cova churning through haiti amid everything else the past and recent traumas reverberating throughout the haitian community right here in massachusetts joining us a line. Talk about this girly adrian. She's the first haitian american female city council at large for the city of everett. Counselor adrian. welcome back. And sorry under these circumstances in warren and jam cam marjorie. Thinking morning counselor. Thanks again thanks again for joining us so before we talk a little bit about the huge community. In in everett and elsewhere massachusetts comes juno anymore last week. Read about twelve hundred. People had been killed close to six thousand hurt. Thirteen thousand homes lost to know any more about what's happened there. What may be happening with your friends and family there. Yes so as you guys know. This has been personal. My family members are there you know. One of my family members call yesterday. Said they were sleeping on the floor on top of rocks. Because you know. The whole god dismantled apart and three people sadly died The good thing is you know my family members Some of them didn't make it safely. So they're okay but we're wearing contact every single day when my mom or my family members are calling from haiti through. What's on literally like stuck on my phone just waiting for those phone calls you. One of the things that i heard last night was that because their infrastructure issues and parts of haiti particularly with this location being roughly eighty miles from puerto prints that they're real problems in terms of search and rescue and that sort of thing. Is that your understanding. Also counselor so is small countryside town called okay. that's where my family is from. And it's you know just to get there right because it's not the capitol hill just to have access to bring supplies or medical hospitals are overfilled and there's just so much damage right I'm just trying to call people
"everett" Discussed on What If World - Stories for Kids
"You've made my day bye week. This is a really really special day for me and you to you have a show. Right well nigh. Show mckeever back to starring show. Wow so we'll tell us about your show shows called seven questions at me. This wasn't my idea started. We were on the raging river rafting ride in island harvard. Someone in the common said. I shouldn't even my dad meeting my dad. And my mom and my brother and then my dad was working on a story with keith morrison. From dateline andy reset hammer said yes and then it got less and they were what so go visit your very harvest. Small leon her two times. Wow you are so driven and it is so cool. Thank you so much for coming on my show. Thanks for having me on your show. I am going to link that interview in our show notes. So you can go check out. Seven questions with emi to are clearly such such awesome kids. And i hope you both keep wondering we will thank our. I'll see you later. You next time folks at home. If you want to really help the show please leave us a nice rating and review on apple podcasts or support us at patriotic dot com slash. What if world for your own. Shoutout ad. Free episodes and lots of other rewards. I'd like to thank karen. O'keefe my co-creator craig martensson for our theme song my helper miss lynne. Our special guests emmy everett. And all you kids at home who know. It's okay to say no. Thank you to a hug until we meet again keep wondering..
"everett" Discussed on What If World - Stories for Kids
"Folks in welcome back to what if world this show where you are questions and ideas inspire off the cuff stories. I mr eric your host. And today i've got a special surprise. An old school kind of story told live on the spot with kids. I did a guest spot on the show. Seven questions with emmy and we've taken that story and made it into a what if story for all of you. So we're going to hop right into the fun and meet emmy in everett right now. Hello hey hey. Everett nice to meet you. Where sal excited. I am so excited to an apparently so is my dog ginger because you might hear her barking in the background. I think someone's delivering the mail. He just listened you. Podcast last night are baby knows the whole theme song. He sees it he go away. That's amazing and sell hockey to be talking. Say hard out here. I'm gonna let these though good good senior person we need. What if for a long every night. If he doesn't we won't fall asleep so awesome to hear thank you. I am so ready to be here. And i'll let you run the show. You wanted to give some wonderful questions. His mind what if gaulan nintendo switch. What if fred. The dog got an nintendo switch. Okay i'm i'm processing that question right now and it sounded like you might have also had a question i do. And here's what a fairly fell in love with you. Miss your air. What a fairly fell. In love with me mr eric. Oh my gosh okay. Okay hang on. My dog is barking again. I'm so sorry about that. It's not she is such a dog. You you have a dog to let us get one a well. That is there because it's hard having dad just wants us to win our old enough to scoop the poop you know. I didn't want to say it. So i am so happy that you are a straight shooter because that's the main thing i'm just like we. If the kids want more dogs later on they're going to need to be able to pick up that business. Okay okay let's see we have would be to telling like a little. What if world story together. Right now i would love to that. Yeah i don't know how he has your question. I do every right now. I have all that. I need from you and if you remember this is how this whole thing started with me. Just telling stories with kids live so what we'll do. I'll tell the story. And sometimes i'm going to need your help and if you feel like talking then you're more than welcome to and if you'd rather listen then that's okay too. This is for us to just share in together. In whatever way is best for us. Okay you know you you stores in one so sometimes so that could work because me and his book on the same story. You are so bright and very attentive clearly so thank you yes. That's exactly what. I was thinking of doing so we have a. What if fred the dog got it. Intendo switch at. What a fairly spelled love with re raise their eric. Your story starts after a quick break grownups last week. I told you about the new podcast for kids coin trick. It's an action packed fantasy adventure filled with surprises and vital messages for kids of all ages. The show stars the whip smart but insecure cassidy who receives a strange coin. After standing up to a bully then after a bike accident she gets sent through a magical portal into the land of the pueblo ancestors there she meets a trickster known as co cappelli and they head off on a quest to save the entire universe that challenges they face along the way and the story itself is based in native american mythology. You'll meet monsters. Like rolling head thunderbird in the frog people and cassidy learned some really important lessons from her friend. Cook cappelli and her own. Inner voice coin trick is a classic tale in the spirit of the wizard of oz and the chronicles of narnia. With its own unique native american flavor. You can go to coin trick dot net and find out all about it. Join the cocoa crew. Play some fun games. Find out about every episode. Getty go friendly t shirts and learn about native american culture and mythology. And of course you can check out coin trick wherever you get your podcasts..
John McCain: Prisoner of War
"I guess i should start by asking guys. Have you too many other definitely gotcha. Doug was a real young guy when i first met him. How old were you dug when you dad. I was probably thirteen. Twelve unknown commander alvarez long time. Yeah i got the job better after we got home and i was in washington. I was in the reagan administration. John was an congress at the time. So we got to get together quite often and not the millis. Mom and his His brother andy and his sister. We're gonna start with everett. And i know you didn't meet john mccain until after you were released. Is that right. No i met john in the Inherently hilton but not until near the end of the of the war. I met him when the captors Study to let us. Mingle more people started going out in the courtyard and Having that access. When i met john
"everett" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Yeah yeah and because we're afraid and because we're willing to give over our freedoms so quickly for the sake of the thin gruel. The porridge mush of human safety. We're turning the words of patrick henry on his ear. Where give me liberty. give me death while now. it's we fear death. So take our liberty in the book. Grow up. i've got several chapters that are solutions to this problem. In fact it's twenty chapters long each chapter a lesson on the importance of acting like an adult in an infantilized world in how to do so. For example one chapter is fall in the pool. It's a story about narcissus. And if we start worshiping the god we see in the mirror. More than the one we find in the bible. We're gonna suffer the consequences of narcissus. We're gonna fall in and drown another one is. You're not webster. In other words you can't define everything in your own image webster roaches dictionary and you have no right to redefine what a male and a female is their objective definitions. Honor them. Truth is bigger than you. It's subjective to your opinions and your feelings. I like this. Jello doesn't always or ever nailed to the wall. Get a fine. The point of that chapter is get a spine stand for something stop. Being mush stopped. Being jello stopped going with the ebb and flow of culture. Run into the storm. Don't run away from it. Leaders fight churchill thought we knew what churchill stood for and therefore people followed him and he saved the free world arguably you can't nail jello to a wall you have to have a spine. We've talked a lot about the fact that Unfortunately we live apparently in a society as society in which we cower. If we're not part of the politically correct narrative thank heaven. You're not part of that group. But we seem to have lost when i believe is foundational to what made this country just so amazingly strong and able to pivot and to learn from our mistakes and that is the art of learning once again to agree to disagree and stand that we might learn more from someone that we disagree with than those that we agree with. Yeah i when you ask that question or make that comment. I think of my chapter and grow up. That's titled love lost or maybe a class luck. The point is this. We need to define. What true love really is. We don't even understand the definition of love andy longer. We've conflated with tolerance as if they both both mean the same thing. Well guess what unveiling day send. My wife. And i tolerate you card. That wouldn't have ended very well known. No i think you dave tae of a happy wife happy life. The my point is clear. Hopefully the absurdity of that example or that and it is clear you tolerance an inferior virtue. Tolerance doesn't say i love you. Cowards doesn't even say i like you. This says i'll tolerate you. Go do what you want. Christian charity loved says. I care deeply about you enough to stand in your way to tell you to stop. Love is a discipline. It's a verb that loves other people enough for engaging the uncomfortable the debate the disagreement the argument the challenge as iron sharpens iron let one man sharpened another no pain. No gain the lord disciplines. Those he loves we've lost the very understanding of what it means to love. One another the apostle paul in his letter to the church of ethicists said this speaking the truth in love what is true and objective reality. It's a fact it's not your feelings. It's not about opinions. it's about reality. Speak the truth in love. What is love not tolerate. Not i like you not. I will accept you not i tolerate you. Love is higher and better than that. Speak the truth in love. And then what does he say. Grow become mature adults set childish things aside and become one a unified not a diversified a unified body. That's working together as a dolt community. Become the church grow up. So how do we do that going from the equivalent of two year old in a grocery store aisle throwing a tantrum over fruit loops to being truly functional mature grown up adults. Okay if let's identify where the problem started. I would argue that. My industry education is at fault. The problem started in the classroom. What's taught in the classroom will be practiced in your culture so if the problem started by consuming ideological carcinogens in the classroom if we have cancer heart mind and soul because of what we've been consuming the ideas that we've been teaching in the classroom bad ideas bad culture that kids back community. Maybe the solution is to go back to the classroom and start teaching good ideas rather than bad ones. Maybe we should teach a little. Ole maybe self evident truths endowed to us by our creator rather than self-absorption and self actualization and self centeredness natural law rather than narcissism. Maybe if we went back and started consuming good ideas teaching good ideas in the classroom. What would be practice tomorrow in our culture would be goodness rather than self centered safety. You know taken full circle doctor piper. You did warn us. You did tell us so. And we appreciate your speaking. The truth dr everett piper author of the national bestseller not daycare. The devastating consequences of abandoning. Truth is new book. Grow up. life isn't safe. But it's good doctor piper. Where can we find your books. You can buy it on. Amazon dot com or barnes and noble or any other online bookstore. Again it's grow up. Life isn't safe but it's good all you need to do in. Your search engine is search for grow up comma every piper and you'll find the book sir. Thank you as always for your time. 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State order targets Boeing Everett plant's polluted history
"Is under state orders to clean up a creek long contaminated by waste from the company's Everett plant, The Daily Herald reports Powder Mill Creek Was tainted by T. C E D greasing solvent known to cause cancer in humans, the report says. Under a state mandated plan, Boeing will spend decades and millions of dollars cleaning up that creek.
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"Rob welcome to talk to me so glad to be here. I'm really excited. That i get to join you great to meet your audience. Yeah it's great to have you here. You got to meet intersection. You gave a talk at the python webconference recently. That also spoke at and your talk was really interesting and certainly relevant to the by von folks. So i thought it'd be cool to have you over here and you know. I should give credit to paul everett for connecting us. He's like oh that was a great talk. You should go. Talk to rob so thanks. Paul as well is not long ago on the show. Yeah i've been chatting with all about thoughts around the talk as well. He's a really brilliant guy. He is he definitely. He's been doing a lot of cool stuff for a long time. So now he's he's a great guy now before we get into get an all those types of things which you know. It's really surprising to me how much it's taken over. The world's right used to be there was always a question. What source control. do you use like. that's not a question. I hear all often these days not at least as much as they used to be. But before we dive into the details of that. Let's start with the story. How'd you get into programming. This is actually a really fun story. I was ten. I was in the library because they had the computer. And we'd play video games. And the methodology of how you do this is you. Go up to the counter and you flip through the book and you go find the video game and show them that page and they give you the disk and you save icon. You take the khan and put it in the computer. You play the game. So i finished playing my game and i went back to the desk to go pick Another one flipping through the plastic sheets. And i found a drawing program. Was that the. I'd like to play this game. They gave me an eight and a half by eleven sheet of paper. The top two thirds was graph paper. You know grass and the bottom third was how to write the program to draw that onscreen.
City of Everett pushes back on hate group
"It removed a banner showing a hate groups logo from a pedestrian bridge. Come was Eric Heights reports it was replaced with another sign promoting unity. The banner place without permission on March 23rd Red Reclaim America. With the Web address of the group Patriot front, Kathleen Baxter, with the city's Public Works department tells the Everett Herald it was removed from the bridge overlooking Marine View Drive in a couple of hours. Then, on Tuesday, the city put up a new banner from the same spot displaying the message. All are welcome and average. No place for hate stickers promoting group have appeared around the city in the past couple of years. The city says it's not known to Patriot Front has an active local chapter or of its trying to recruit members.
NCAA has its day in Supreme Court
"We were about to check in with with rick harrow. Who is our sports business. Expert and rick great to have you back lost you a minute ago. Glad you're back. And i don't know when we've had more legal questions on a sports show but with the supreme court argument yesterday the nfl bill Making the rounds. Who better to talk to than you. Harvard law graduate for those. Who don't know rick went to law school with chief justice roberts. I believe they even were roommates at one time. And rick. thank you for joining us. Enlighten us What's give us the lowdown on what you picked up from yesterday's hearing we were both chicago bear fan. It was abysmal. It was a terrible time. Oh not not the way. We roomed in went to talk about. Nfl stuff so you know. Look the bottom line is there is much more these days than we've had before the nfl. Name image likeness ruling. The allston case will Way to decide how far the ncaa gets to govern this. And ironically when you talk to some of the big time athletic directors all over college Sports they've been trying to figure out how to govern power five as you know versus everybody else versus division two in three verses the other sports versus title nine. They're all bunch of level of financial commitment. And you gotta cover all of them the name image likeness stuff doesn't just involve the top marketable player in college football or basketball. Every year trickle down to all five hundred thousand student athletes in the ncaa men and women so it is not an easy decision. Remember the ncaa. Mark everett last year said. We're going to do it. We both knew the devil was in the details. And it's a big devil.
The City of Everett, NE of Seattle, decries white nationalist propaganda
"The city of ever it removed a banner showing a hate groups logo from a pedestrian bridge couples Eric Hynes reports It was replaced with another sign promoting unity. The banner Place without permission on March 23rd Red Reclaim America. With the Web address of the group Patriot front, Kathleen Baxter, with the city's Public Works department tells the Everett Herald it was removed from the bridge overlooking rain view drive in a couple of hours. And on Tuesday, the city put up a new banner from the same spot displaying the message. All are welcome, and Everett, no place for hate stickers promoting the group have appeared around the city in the past couple of years. Said. He says it's not known to Patriot Front has an active local chapter or of its trying to recruit
Washington man charged in 1987 fire he allegedly set at age 12 that killed firefighter
"34 years after flames claimed the life of an Everett firefighter. A murder charge has been filed in a guilty plea entered details from Como's Bologna after decades of investigating, detectives say 46 year old Elmer Nash Jr confessed to starting the fire before pleading guilty during an arraignment hearing. Jerry Parks was among those battling the fire it every community college in the early morning hours of February, 16th 1987 when he became trapped inside of the burning building, a team of investigators quickly determine the fire was the result of an arson. Nash was 12 years old. At the time of the fire. He told investigators he never intended to hurt
"everett" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"everett" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"You're talking about but the physical stuff folks may not like to do it. They don't necessarily want to go to the gym But that's the easiest thing to confront right. I'm out of shape okay. I need to get into shape versus mental toughness and emotional toughness. You're doing some very serious and often very unflattering self examination and making some very tough choices So that's the one that we tend to shy away from the most at the least appealing of the of the Three gotcha understood. We're speaking greg. Everett tonight on sports. Talk new york now these times very troubled times. We're in what advice do you have for somebody who's finding it real hard to be tough these days during covid nineteen. It is tough a lot of us. Have you covered that Security we imagine we had was not really what we thought Finding a lot of boomer abilities exposed so the best advice really is that We have so much control over how we view our experiences how we actually experienced life. That's based on. You know our perspective and our attitude about things and the the point to keep in mind is that having that better perspective. That attitude doesn't make unpleasant things pleasant right. They they could still be miserable. But you're willing to endure those things because you know that you're going to be able to use them to your advantage at least in the long term. So you have a proactive mentality about it. You know what. Can i learn from this. How am i going to get better for the next unpredictable You know the adverse experience You know how. Am i going to explain this to my benefit rather than sitting back and feeling like the world is just coming crashing down onto. You've been something that's been put upon you some kind of burden and so looking at even you can find opportunities in in tough situations and and use them to your advantage as much as possible right. We turn it in from a loss into a win. I i could see that and some of your Some of you teachings in the book now in the in the book you talk about four cs of toughness. I'll tell us what they are. And which one do you think people generally struggled with the most. The first one i call character and that is our identity with with Include our value. You know what's truly important to us but then also importantly is our security that identity So we don't just who we are what we value but we really trust in that..