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"kevin hines" Discussed on Diary of a Nation
"It's not like this separated from reality. They're very much in reality. As a matter of fact there's studies that they are more aware of what's going on than the rest of us. There was a there was a study where they were playing like a video game. And you shoot at a target in you estimate how many hit and people who don't have depression you know way overestimate people who have. Depression are usually pretty accurate. So there's evidence to support research at shows. They're not separated from reality but they they ah commonly have a sense of hopelessness and they have a sense of preceived thwarted belonging that is. They don't feel like they're part of a good group and it's in their head a lot most times. They have loving supportive friends and families. And that's that's what kind of common and also we hear from people who survive suicide attempts that they are very conflicted over whether or not to take this action. It's hard to die by suicide. It hurts to die by suicide and people don't wanna died. They don't wanna hurt them. They don't wanna cause them selves pain but they don't wanna live and that's what is the common denominator they feel like there's no future for themselves and and that's why they take the stuff that they do professional say. That suicide is preventable. What's the basis for that statement. So i think the basis for that statement is as. I just mentioned that we know from talking to people who survive suicide attempts that they are conflicted and they vacillating back and forth over whether or not to take this This step there's a guy by the name of. Kevin hines who jumped off the golden gate bridge. He's one of something like thirty. Some odd people who have survived a jump from the golden gate bridge and he's talks about going to the golden gate bridge crying his eyes out in in saying to himself. If just one person intervenes. I will not take my life but nobody intervenes. I'm just going to jump off that bridge. And he goes up to walk up to the bridge in a tourist approaches him and asks him to take her picture and then says thank you and he goes. I mean the guy has been crying and everything in so nobody intervenes goes off and he describes that he jumps off the bridge in as soon as his feet leave the platform he says. Oh no. i didn't want to do that. And so that's the basis for y. We say suicide can be prevented because we believe that these people who take their lives even when they die up to the last minute they kind of going back and forth. Should i should i if if somehow we can just intervene sometimes if you intervene hours before or the day before you can save a life in. I've heard stories where people intervene. They they start the conversation. You thinking about dying a you thinking about taking your own life and it comes out. Yes i am and if you had not stopped me. I was going to do it this afternoon. And so we have cases lots of them were people intervene and they save a life. We also know because of in what drives my advocacy. We know that because so many suicides involve mental illness that if we just get treatment earlier we can save lives so in my case my son geoffrey his anxiety that grew into depression emerged seventh and eighth grade something like that and we didn't get them into treatment around that time but he didn't like it..
"kevin hines" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin
"You clean it out. And you don't so up the wound. Few. So it up. It may get reinfected may get something. But you do is you go in and you clean it out you leave a drain in. And heals from the inside out, we call that granulation. So what I learned to do was go into the dark night of the soul. And just stay with them there. Didn't throw treatments to advice them because. Many of these were multiple tempters. And I would just find a way to listen into their eyes. And I would. Go into the dark night of the soul. And I'D KEEP THEM COMPANY THERE And when they've felt by me. which is different than feeling understood is nice. It's better than feeling misunderstood. When you feel felt. When you feel that your pain is worth someone getting there right next to you. So you're not alone in it. People start to cry. Cry With relief. And now if you're just learning how to do this. And I have a new book coming out called wide. Cope when you can heal. Healthcare. Heroes of covid nineteen can recover from PTSD. Coming out in the next couple of months and we introduce. Something called surgical empathy. And surgical empathy is literally going into. We're at firts most in the dark night of the soul. And not rushing them with a technique. So with the multiple suicide attempts tonight seen. They'd already. Had All. The techniques. And again. If you're depressed or suicidal. And I'm not currently in practice I'm retarded although I'm teaching. Counselors teaching parents Was the CO creator and moderator of a Multi Award. Honored documentary called stay alive intimate conversation about suicide prevention where I speak to Kevin Hines. He's the fellow jumped off the Golden. Gate Bridge and survived. And you can get it for free stay alive video dot com. into the whole idea is that when you can listen in? To the dark night of the soul and people feel felt by you they start to cry and as they start to cry with relief..
"kevin hines" Discussed on People, Process, Progress
"You know for program that already exists. That's been brought up quite a few times in the news or you know other discussions that seems like an area. That's probably GONNA. Be looked at and maybe relations there so. Maybe, you could bill that when get into kind of scenario work, you know. Throw components in their mix You know mix different races doing calls together, and you know again, because part of this healing is going to be real discussions right real scenarios, real training, real world, stuff, but yeah, so didactic includes that already so be interested to see if that changes. The other for Virginia cit structure using this this breakdown at this level, because that's what I went through. is experiential. Right so you're gonna go to site visits. You're going to get a mental health care facilities. You're going to go to therapy groups. They're gonNA. Come to you in a room. Talk about their. You know they have to personalities or seven where they hear voices, or they try to commit suicide or their reviews or you know. What that has caused for them. What traumatic event has caused for them? The deal with now and you're going to get it straight from the people that are dealing with that you're going to get straight from what their life is like at the center right and so it it's not comfortable for everyone. I was according to the MTA so I'm very comfortable around folks with either physical various physical injuries, ailments, and I and I dealt with and worked in psychiatry ward a few times, so I was exposed to it It's not always one hundred percent comfortable. But it's it's a great exposure, great experience, both for for them in you and again this is much heavier cit completed by law, enforcement and fire. Ems from what I know. But you know, it's also good for them to see you know. Hey, I'm I'm here and I'm doing this training because I want to get better at right and and again there's always a percentage where folks have to go to it. like any other training, but that's the impetus for departments putting a lot of time a lot of money into this cause. Remember now we're paying. All these people go into this class for forty hours a week, so it's another consideration as there's. Chatter. Which I think is frankly ridiculous about defunding or disbanding police departments in the throne. Those those are two different words, but they keep being thrown around by the media. Because folks have no idea the depth of that. Unless you know, you've at least been exposed to or particular Bennelong Enforcement Officer so. Consumer family presentations, so you're going to hear from relatives family members of folks that have committed suicide that have been in crisis that have hurt themselves that are incarcerated all these different things again. You need to get their perspective, so you know when you're on the street, and it's ninety five degrees, and you're frustrated in. This person's screaming at you, but they're not really a threat. How you can escalate. and that's not a made up scenario that happens all the time. you to as part of that program at suggested, but this is what I did. There's a an exercise court hearing. Disturbing boys voices by Pat Deegan and Pat Deegan has schizophrenia, so she developed this program where you have an Ipod and you put these near the ear buds in. And you just start hearing nothing really then you start hearing every now and then a word on one side, and then the left side like. White. Whispers and then you start hearing dumb. What. It's like your minds have an argument with yourself, but you're not doing it on purpose, and while you do this and I would advise everyone to look it up when I google it. I couldn't I was trying to find the recording of it. I. Don't know if I play her not but Anderson Cooper guess the sectors has fears. It goes who you Google hearing disturbing voices by Pat Deegan You'll see that and probably get a little more exposure to the audio piece of it, but it's it gives you insight to your mind. Is playing tricks on your mind, deciding things that you're not consciously deciding and then saying hurtful things see you at the same time. They're lifting you up and it's really disturbing. It's really insightful, though and at the same time you're doing this. You have to write Forget they exercise, but you have to write all fifty states I think, and then you have to put these like diamond shape pieces of wood together in shape. Shape of the fish they needed is so basically. You're trying to do functions by using your brain and again I'm not proud. That thinks through problem solving like that or just memory recall while you getting bombarded with these voices It is like I said Soubra opening I would suggest anyone that has access to the training with that exercise to do it to give you an idea of folks that have schizophrenia. Hubbard's induced or something like that the other thing we did in that program as we watch this documentary called bridge and it's about. For folks who don't know the Golden, Gate Bridge has a lot of people that have jumped off the coding SICOM Dot net where there's an article about Kevin Hines, who survived jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge so over two hundred feet, go up to like seventy five miles an hour and hidden waters, not good, and he broke vertebrae and ankles, and we heard a little. Little Bit of his his story but it says since it was erected in nine, hundred, thirty, seven, more than seventeen hundred people are estimated to have jumped off that bridge off the Golden Gate Bridge, which is pretty sounding, so it's a super depressing. I mean it's probably one of the most the most depressing documentary I've seen. Probably because it's real right, it's people. On the bridge you see them. Make that decision in their mind. Some just climbed the rail and just jump..
"kevin hines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Kidney No Way by most accounts Kevin Hines shouldn't be here should be anyway for that matter at age nineteen he jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge under the falls within the twenty five stories seventy five miles an hour for seconds although the fall shattered is back he served by you've been diagnosed with bipolar disorder at age seventeen but on that day in September of two thousand it just all became too much for his fellow sellers AT so much pain what was going to make I've been dealing with this diagnosis for two and a half years the greatest mistake was lying to everybody who loves me believing that I was their greatest burden F. I. N. dot on my hands that it will ruin their life the sense of loneliness he says was unbearable all I wanted was for one person to see my pain and say something kind you could reach out a lot I could not reach yeah I need someone a recent just one person stopped him on the bridge that day a passing tourists to only asked him to take her picture she walked away I said nobody cares the voice in my head scream job now and I did if one person show me a ounce of care I would not and jumped off that bridge could it really be that easy is a simple expression of concern a knife to cut through the darkest recesses of a suicidal mama turns out some long forgotten research from psychiatrist named Dr Jerry model at the university of California San Francisco says yes model had served in World War two any never forget the impact of writing and receiving letters while he was overseas they made him feel more connected in fact gave him a very simple I. D. if you know that you are going to make connection and that you can communicate that you care that's all that's important that is the fuel for wanting to live Chris females and the woman who would later become doctor models wife Pat Conway were young researchers back in the sixties when model put together and is now a page from the diary of flow the ghost is back this house is protected the progressive but that doesn't mean the hot how else would you explain that radiator like clanking sound or the moon colored light in the hallway that's gone by morning maybe he never bundled home and auto when he's doomed to suffer an eternity without the savings for just seventy percent on car insurance when you bundle home and auto through progressive that.
"kevin hines" Discussed on KOMO
"ABC news hi I'm Brian Clark evil only among us that's Tarrant county Texas sheriff bill way you born speaking after someone opened fire during a church service in white settlement just west of fort worth one parishioner was killed another critically hurt but other armed for shooters shot and killed the gunman I have a couple of the rolling wishers he stopped short the just anything that you could even imagine save countless lives that's Jeff Williams with the Texas department of public safety authorities have not released the names of any of the people involved they're investigating a motive there is a religious attacks Saturday night in New York state a man carrying a machete enter the home of a rabbi and the orthodox Jewish community of Muncie and wounded five people during a Hanukkah celebration I wish I could say that this was an isolated situation unfortunately it's not we've had thirteen acts of anti semitism since December eighth in New York state New York governor Andrew Cuomo's as they should be treated as domestic terrorism the suspect thirty seven year old Grafton Thomas pleaded not guilty to all charges today president trump on Twitter call that attack horrific he also criticized house speaker Nancy Pelosi who still has not turned over articles of impeachment to the Senate she says she wants to see what a trial to determine if the president is removed from office will look like Democrats want witnesses they want documents turned over the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says lawmakers are at an impasse little progress has appeared to be made over this holiday recess any calls hello sees decision to uphold those articles of impeachment of servers as ABC's Rachel Scott one person was killed when a small plane crashed into a home in College Park Maryland today authorities say they do not believe anyone was in the home at the time president trump did speak with Russian president Vladimir Putin according to the Kremlin about terror attacks in Russia you're listening to ABC news stay informed como Sunday good afternoon it is two oh two I'm Kelly Blair with the top local stories from the combo twenty four seven new center the search for a missing Portland area woman has been suspended Alison Waterson was less than a week ago search crews spread across parts of rural Washington County for the fifth consecutive day yesterday looking for Waterson with no luck her mother says she was going to a friend's house with her boyfriend last Sunday Ben garland when her car broke down garland was found near stolen car was arrested on related charges and remains in the Washington County jail tomorrow people are expected to line the route from joint base Lewis McChord to the Tacoma dome as a procession for fallen Pierce county deputy Cooper dice and dice and died last week in responding to a domestic violence call the procession starts at eleven on Monday morning leaving JV LM and heading north to south to come away and dean at the Tacoma dome the public is also welcome at the memorial service scheduled for one o'clock at the dome of Bellingham community is grieving over the loss of a school principal who was loved by so many come was Patrick Quinn tells a story school is out it's only lane elementary but amber Wilson and her two kids made a point to stop by anyway to honor their principal tragically killed the day after Christmas this is really hard for C. R. pass she helped us so much flowers and cards line the front steps daily reading words a seven year old should have to use on for a reality for more than three hundred students at this Bellingham elementary school were just down the road on Thursday fifty eight year old when Heinz was shot and killed inside her home a parent murder suicide attempt the sheriff's office says her husband Kevin Hines says still live in the hospital is the only person police are investigating the sheriff told me so far they haven't found any signs of domestic violence and the couple's history but added this case shows violence can happen in any household also found dead Berlin's tax and beloved therapy dog in sports bars and restaurants across western Washington are gearing up for big crowds for this afternoon sea hawks game the ram restaurant and brewery in you village expects a crowd full of twelve bartender Burke Nielsen says the ready a lot of energy there's.
"kevin hines" Discussed on KOMO
"The city is boosted patrols around a pioneer square of Bellingham community is grieving over the loss of a school principal Kamose Patrick Quinn has more school is out it's only lane elementary but amber Wilson and her two kids made a point to stop by anyway to honor their principal tragically killed the day after Christmas this is really hard for seer pass she helped us so much flowers and cards line the front steps daily reading words a seven year old should have to use unfair reality for more than three hundred students at this Bellingham elementary school were just down the road on Thursday fifty eight year old lan Hon south was shot and killed inside her home a parent murder suicide attempt the sheriff's office says her husband Kevin Hines says still live in the hospital is the only person police are investigating the sheriff told me so far they haven't found any signs of domestic violence in the couple's history but added this case shows violence can happen in any household also found dead Berlin's cat and beloved therapy dog yeah it's good most Patrick Quinn new details on an arrest at a YMCA in Kirkland Kirkland city officials say two police officers follow department policies and procedures when they arrested a fourteen year old boy is shoved a teen center director and threaten to use a stun gun on another teenager in September however according to investigators one officers use of profanity violated Kirkland police department policy that officer received verbal counseling companies time at three OO four let's get a check triple a traffic.
"kevin hines" Discussed on KOMO
"Year this time thieves took five thousand dollars worth of merchandise owner frustrated that nothing is being done Burke Duncan works next door magic mouse toys he says of the last year the area's deteriorated about the quality of life issues such as arresting people for fast four for minor assault this is the main build from that this is the Thursday break in the city is boosted police patrols around pioneer square a Bellingham community is grieving over the loss of a school principal Kamose Patrick Quinn tells the story school is out it's only lane elementary but amber Wilson and her two kids made a point to stop by anyway to honor their principal tragically killed the day after Christmas this is really hard for to see our past she helped us so much flowers and cards line the front steps daily reading words a seven year old should have two U. verse on for a reality for more than three hundred students at this Bellingham elementary school or just on the road on Thursday fifty eight year old lan hime south was shot and killed inside her home in order suicide attempt the sheriff's office says her husband Kevin Hines still live in the hospital is the only person police are investigating the sheriff told me so far they haven't found any signs of domestic violence in the couple's history but added this case shows violence can happen in any household also found dead Berlin's cats and beloved therapy dog that's good most Patrick Quinn sports bars and restaurants across western Washington gearing up for big crowds expected tomorrow why Seattle Seahawks in the San Francisco forty Niners in the final regular season game for both teams in the NFC west championship banner on the line the ram restaurant and brewery and be village expects crowd full of twelves and bartender Britt Nilsson says he's ready a lot of energy there's a there's a couple of regulars that come and always starts the highest chance no matter what it's going to be is in the line if you plan to watch the game in a restaurant.
"kevin hines" Discussed on KOMO
"Any charges and a procession a memorial service will be held Monday in honor of Pierce county deputy Cooper Dyson he died in a crash last weekend while responding to help fellow deputies in a domestic violence call appears county sheriff's office asking the public to line the route in his honor Monday the procession will leave the main gate at G. B. L. M. at eleven AM will then head north to sell to come away and finally ending their it's exits commandant the public is invited by the way to attend deputy dices memorial service will be a one o'clock at the Tacoma dome come on his time is nine oh seven Bellingham community grieving over the loss of a school principal who has them was loved by so many couples Patrick Quinn tells the story school is out it's only lane elementary but amber Wilson and her two kids made a point to stop by anyway to honor the principal tragically killed the day after Christmas this is really hard for seer past she helped us so much flowers and cards line the front steps daily reading words a seven year old should have two U. verse on for a reality for more than three hundred students at this Bellingham elementary school were just down the road on Thursday fifty eight year old lan Hon south was shot and killed inside her home in order suicide attempt the sheriff's office says her husband Kevin Hines still live the hospital is the only person police are investigating the sheriff told me so far they haven't found any signs of domestic violence in the couple's history but added this case shows violence can happen in any household also found dead Berlin stacked and beloved therapy dog come on his time at nine OO eight Coleman who's also watching carefully the story of a heartbreaking loss for a family after that young girl who died on a flight heading to Seattle authorities have identified the girl is ten year old Janice to from west Vancouver BC the delta flight she was on leaving Los Angeles Thursday night it was about Santa Barbara the aircraft turned around after the girl suffered a cardiac arrest paramedics tried to save the child but unfortunately she was beyond medical help new details on a dramatic arrest at a YMCA in Kirkland Kirkland city officials say the two police officers follow department policies and procedures when they arrested a fourteen year old boy shoved a teen center director and threaten to use a stun gun on another teenager in September however according to investigators one officers use of profanity violated Kirkland police department policy that officer received verbal counseling new laws for the new year are you ready our state will become the ninth state to raise smoking age to twenty one the state minimum wage will also increase to thirteen fifty an hour in cities where it's not already higher all sold on the first of the year paid family medical leave goes into affect that means the state will cover leave for twelve to eighteen weeks if you qualify also you might have to put a booster seat back in your car if your child is under four feet nine inches tall they must be in a booster seat come on his time is nine ten let's get to some notes right now from the hardest to your sports desk as we look ahead to Sunday night football the Seahawks will take on the San Francisco forty Niners talk about prime time game the game of the season both teams have clinched playoffs already but this game will determine who wins the division last time these two teams played sea hawk for on the road in the bay area they beat the forty Niners twenty seven twenty four that game went into overtime coach Pete Carroll says Marchand is ready we'll find out how we die we complain how he does you know it's just a little while offe looks great the first couple of Saddam as far as his conditioning all of that I was weighted down isn't you know he's and he's a really good spot for for coming going for he was very sure so I get ready for this opportunity and and you know with the stroke of misfortune among some regards really opens up the door which it happens at times and he's ready to take full opportunity in hand and see what he can do to help us in our you're seeing so many former Seahawks coming around for the game as well Brian Bosworth will get the honor raise a twelfth man flag how many years it's been it's great to see all the jerseys back no between Bosworth and Marchand's Jersey and just sold many a twelve ounce excited for that game five twenty game time tomorrow night expect all sports bars to be busy so get there early for a good seat we give you sports right here at ten forty past the hour here at the home of the Huskies komo news money dramatic brain injury of flicks many of our military heroes returning from combat thanks to a partnership between the intrepid fallen heroes fund and the U. 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"kevin hines" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To redirect web searchers looking for extremist content so say someone search for joining ISIS when they click on a link that appear to be about joining ISIS they'd be re directed instead to pages diffusing their radical ideologies when the project ended Google decided to share the blueprint for creating re direct links one person who took up the challenge was a certified Google partner or add content creator name Patrick Burland cath he'd already been re directing consumers to products he represented yes they do that he decided to re direct for up because the first one drug abuse so someone searching how to shoot up heroin would be redirected to drug we have then Patrick re directed people who are suicidal he was shocked at how effective his links were he wrote a New York times op ed I used Google for social engineering and it worked but he also has concerns he joins us from New York Patrick welcome hi and start with the basics you say Google exploits micro moments this is when suddenly you're reaching for your mobile phone and it's like I kind of find something and you as a marketer you want to get in their way into what most micromollusks happen on mobile devices so Google is focused on a quick thing us with all of the data that we need and all of the tools that we need to maximize our visibility on a user's mobile device during a micro moment so we aim for the number one position on mobile because the top to add positions on mobile are all that matter no one scrolls down below that line just to further clarify when I read you talking about adds a sinking has are those those things that pop up to the side you know shoes for sale or something that's what you're talking about you're talking about links to something that looks like information but it's actually your paid advertisement give me an example of how you would try to take advantage of somebody on a search up until a few years ago it was relatively easier to spot ads you have the side rail which contain all the advertisements and then a few years ago Google moved the advertisements above the organic results and they made the icon that states that it's an ad harder to detect so more than fifty percent of people still can't differentiate between an added on organic results so let's say somebody will be searching for what an up would pop the link the paid advertising links that you made that would say what give me an example someone searching for any permutation of apple or iPhone doing research or are ready to purchase we would make them question their product allegiance say something like searching for an iPhone why not try the Sampson galaxy or whatever way we want to sway them and the ad copy and then sway them by re directing them to a product page that was not apple so it went against their intent that's a very basic example of swaying product allegiance with redirection right so they might see that and I think here's maybe wired magazine telling me about another alternative or something and you know they've put in apple phone and they get your link and it takes them to a Sam song current website first of all are you ashamed of that yeah yeah yeah yeah so it's like a living nightmare sometimes fall can I do well what you have done which is sounds like a pretty darn good thing although you've discovered this is some concerns about this redirecting but you decided to take that skill you had re directing people to clients and re direct them to answers to social issues and it sounds like you were prompted by reading about Kevin Hines who jumped from the Golden Gate Bridge she was suicidal what what was it that he said that major life will go off when he said that if anyone had stopped him on his walk from the bus he took the bus to the bridge and walked to the railing and just stepped off into the air and he said he would have stopped if someone would have literally just stop them or ask them a question cell phones with Google didn't exist when he attempted to that to that and then play ninety so I just started thinking about if you had a Microman there who would he have been swayed you decided to to do this to start a campaign as you write suicidal people are under served on Google assist strange sentence right you noted that they had the national suicide prevention lifeline at the top of certain searches so somebody searching you know one to his suicide there maybe a phone number that pops up Google forced auto complete to not finish some of the searches but you also wanted to re direct them on how not to take their life correct what do you try to do I had a very basic website up that I created and literally fifteen minutes I just told the user to contact the hotline you so you set up the simple website you had these links as you say it was an ad because you had to pay for it your ad became the number one result when someone Google's with suicide attempt he also had links that would find suicidal people physically located around the golden a bridge right and you found that nearly one in three searchers who click your link which is an advertisement dial that suicide hotline if they were redirected to they were looking for how to kill themselves instead you re directed them to a hot line and twenty percent call the hotline correct Stephen heart stopping to realize that you might have stopped several suicide attempts by redirecting them away yeah I mean there was not only the conversion rate number that I used to judge the efficacy of this I can also see how long they were on the phone for many of these searches were on the phone for twenty thirty minutes I could see you know the physical location of where they search from this search queries that they searched how old they were on and on all of the data that US markets have access to and it really was staggering to see how long they were on the phone for that was very surprising you have this information now about what you can possibly do to re direct somebody attending take to take their life away from that towards help great but then you realize anybody can redirect anybody anywhere correct there's no vetting process for one to be a re director those ads that I put up with the website I created a fifteen minutes that look very amateurish there was no vetting process and it never was disapproved I was never contacted by anyone the industry is so big now that now everything's automated and is vetted by algorithm so I am very confident that the human being never went through my campaigns and check the my phone number actually directed to the hot line I I'm speaking to someone in a very delicate mindset well let's be more blunt you could have done the exact opposite you can redirect them to some smarmy horrible site that says go ahead kill yourself right you could read direct these people to your own phone number to your own phone number right can answer the phone right and tell them to kill themselves or selling drugs or help them join ISIS right a few years ago there was a a woman Leisha alley who was a victim of a very sophisticated form of re direction she was an alcoholic and she was at the end of this very long drinking binge street go gold I need to re have I think that was her exact search query a marketer serve terror a re direct that during her microphone she called the phone number to let a off shore center and the recipient of the call sold her on this idea of rehab and they got her on a plane before she sobered up and she ended up at a destination that was quite different than what she was promised that was a converted motel in the middle of nowhere and she almost died due to her complex medical issues there's many different industries that exploit these micro moments what we know the Russians used redirecting during the presidential campaign with Patrick Burlington do you think should happen here it could be of such good use my thought after this experiment is that Google should have never gotten into the game of re direction and they should have never given the blueprint to anyone to use to redirect users however they want but that damage is already done what they need to focus on is providing the Google user with a free blueprint to be able to use Google defensively because of more than fifty percent of people can't even different chain and ad from an organic results how can they be expected to that information and fake news and re direction if they have no understanding of their own microphone it's in their relationship with their phone how can they make decisions even though can be used for virtuous purposes I think it's a big mistake because what is deemed the extreme can be adjusted by Google at any time and it can be adjusted by anyone using re direction at any time well I think your point is that who gets to decide it's pretty obvious with isis but who gets to decide what's mile bad use of this redirect and as you said everybody should get a free blueprint but it's not on how to re direct is how to figure all this out right that's never going to happen because this is a hundred billion dollar industry so Google would never provide information for the user to spot adds to reduce their microformats to browse safely so I think someone has to step up and offer this blueprint Patrick what do you do in the next two weeks could be you but in the meantime you've said since your op ed you've been opposed by the father of a someone who took their life might you still trying to figure out a way to re direct suicidal people what I do it again knowing the impact it's had I would do it and send it to a a proper website if I had ten thousand dollars to put into it well let's see what happens Patrick Burling cat the founder of the search engine marketing consulting firm Berlin as he and his op ed in The New York Times was I used Google for social engineering it worked Patrick thank you so much thank you I will tell you how to get in touch with Patrick if you're interested there but also do you feel you've been redirected did it help you in some way with a few notes here enough dot org the bay area is known for amazing food and excellent produce but I seafood game not a strong northwest just seems to care that much more way here I don't know what's going on with our consumers they seem to be okay with farm salmon because it's cheaper I'm just a project from the bay carries on cast this week why isn't local seafood a bigger deal in the bay area find.
"kevin hines" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Right now, we're talking with Dr Mark Goldstein, who was originally, UCLA professor of psychiatry was that for over twenty five years, his also, former FBI and police hostage negotiation trainer his an expert on mental health issues as well. And let's bring him on now. Dr Goldstein, thank you for joining the show. So before we get into some of the issues that dealing with mental health in our country right now, one of you give you a chance to sort of talk a little bit about yourself your expertise, how you got involved in this field and what your background is a little years ago. There's always a backstory, especially a backstory to people who become psychiatrists psychologists. So in medical school I dropped out of medical school twice and finished. For untreated depression, and the second time I dropped the medical school. Illinois was passing wanted to kick me out, because they were losing funds. Was pretty down. And a dean of students there spoke with me any, any basically reached down and saw a future for me that I didn't see he saw value in me that I didn't see. And he saw the, the NFC told me said Montgomery street and goodness, in that we don't create medical school and the world needs that but you know what to your thirty five? Thirty five and then he, then he stood up to the medical school saying, I think we need to give this kid another shot and something about that change. And I've been paying it forward ever since. And I was a suicide specialist for about twenty five years, and never my patients killed themselves. Basically replicated with the dean of students did premie, meaning I developed something called targeted interventional empathy. What that means is going into the deep psychological wound and people's psyches souls, and spirits, and you go in there and you touch it with a real pointed compassion, and they start to. News and cry and feel relief. And once they start to feel relief. They start to feel hopeful. So that's been my approach. And I think that's maybe why I got through to people is I would go in. I would basically go into the dark night have been a soul and keep them company there. And so recently, I'm part of an award winning documentary called stay alive. An intimate conversation about suicide prevention, and you can find it on YouTube YouTube dot com. Hashtag stay alive video. And it's there for free. And I talked to Kevin Hines who jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge, and he survived, and we just drill into what would make you want to kill yourself. And so that's probably more here. But maybe that no. That's exactly as exactly what I wanted to hear. Good to hear about your background. I also believe speaking of your background that you've written several books on the issue of suicide and mental health and what's your latest book that you have out right now? Well, this is kind of a. One book. I wrote it called just listen. Discover the secret to getting through absolutely anyone and that's two languages and they speak around the world. Catch this, I spoke in Moscow, two years ago for six hours, just me for one day. Oh, wow. Manager to manager of the Russian federation on empathic listening, and it was the best audience I've ever spoken to the most receptive audience. I spoke spoken English. It was spontaneous wheel translated into Russian and, and they were so pleased. They met a highlight reel. If you look at Moscow, Google, spin GIO, YouTube, you'll see a three minute highlight reel. And you know. In terms of listening. I can't get arrested in America. Because. Have lost the ability to listen. And that may explain why there's so much mental health issues because when people don't feel listen to, and they feel alone. I wanna talk about suicide about depression. I say that the main reason people commit kill themselves is not because of depression, broken marriage, broken a loss of job, which can all contribute to it in my studies and work with suicidal. People what I believe they feel at the moment they do it in spare. And if you break the word despair into DS. P A R A feel unpaid with reasons to live. They feel less help less power less were less useless. Meaningless, and when they feel unpaid with the reasons to live, they feel quite less, and they pair with death the pain away. So you said Americans are, you know, not, not willing to listen. Why, why is that what is causing us to be like that? So this is this is a little bit of, by unsolicited soapbox commentary on social media. That's all soapbox. I actually wrote a blog called bird musk. Stop killing us revenge of the nerds. Two point. And what I what I said, is that years ago, tenderness compassion, love making fueled by a hormone oxytocin, that's our bonding hormone that led to pleasure, which is fueled by dopamine, the pleasure hormone? But what happened is while we were connecting the pleasure by connecting to people. There were a group of. Who didn't connect to people, but they love the radio shack, and they loved heath kit. Heath kit project. What happened is they got excited by technology even though they couldn't connect with people, and what's happened is they addicted the world to adrenaline. Gremlin is excitement. And now excitement leads. Leads to dopamine, it leads the pleasure and oxytocin which is about bonding, and closeness has faded. I mean to be compassionate to be tender to be carrying it all takes too much time. So you think we just get distracted really easily? And we just want instant gratification, rather than working on building a better self over a longer period of time. You hit the nail on the head. We. Oh, round the wastebasket terms like ADD and a lot of entrepreneurs will wear the badge ADD and, you know, you think well, I don't know why you're so proud of being unfocused, but they do that. And, and see what combs dot com. What focuses eighty adrenaline because it Drennan is like Adderall. And one of the reasons you get people eighty DV stimulants is so that they don't have to be crazy exciting behaviors together driven to keep them focus. What happens when you addicts the world, especially teenagers to adrenaline. Adrenaline and think of power in excitement. Video game so powerful and the only thing more potent. More potent than an adrenaline, rush of adrenaline crash, and it is a buck, so you can go from feeling all excited. Like you're going to win at something to suddenly lose it. And I was speaking to someone the other day, who's fourteen year old son hung himself. And he said, this so much suicide awareness. How do we how do we prevent it? And I and I really love trying to come up with simple doable. And I said, I said, I said, you know. Here's a simple air wanted prevent suicide, depression, and anxiety, and it's teaching kids to take the hit. So every day they're up upsetting claims that happened to everybody. And. And I define mental health or mental illness as the greater of a mental health, you have the more upset you can deal with and take the hit without doing something destructive to yourself of the world and the less mental health you have. Skin. You're the disappointment of frustration. You can take without doing something destructive. We're talking with Dr Mark Golson. He's a regionally UCLA professor of psychiatry for over twenty five years, an expert on mental health issues and suicide prevention. So I want to back up a little bit. Then you had said, one of the causes of why Americans don't listen, social media too many distractions. But what do you think is the root cause of say, the deep depression, that makes people? Think about committing suicide. Depression, is I came up with a formula called H too far and what it stands for and I'm really experimenting with this, because I just became a grant grandpa for the first time about two and a half months ago. And so I'm looking into the eyes of my grandson, and I'll tell you all the cliches a true. I'm not a great believer in cliches. But when you're a grandparent, and you're looking into. Of your grandchild, and you're not responsible for them. Bond with them. Doing this experiment. Come my wife and my daughter, they think little wacko. But they've always thought that anyway. Look into Griffin's is and he's now making contact. I'm imagine he's looking at me and say was born am I gonna have a good life? Am I going to be replaced by artificial? And then, and then, and then he'll start to and pain pain in my stomach, you sure, I'm gonna make it through grandpa and the Klay is I keep that in my mind. And I and I look into is trying to connect with them. Because I imagine if you have an infant, who's totally vulnerable dependent powerless, looking up into the is feeling hurt on the world. Something, physical second age is they feel when a parent doesn't connect with them. Instead of my going looking into and trying to connect with them, what he saw can you stop crying already you in your career. And you know we. We take the feeding so I can go and do my spinning class, and if he's looking up and he's feeling helpless, and he gets either anger in return, frustration or just someone who's just totally not connected. Who's just totally gabbing on their phone. Maybe I'm making dramatic but this whole rise in depression and anxiety really getting to me. So I'm hoping that Griffin will internalize that he's not a loan helplessness. All right. I don't mean to cut you off. But I wanted to hold that thought for just a moment. You're listening to the fore and around table. We're talking with Dr Mark Goldstein on suicide prevention and mental health issues or continue the conversation in a moment..
"kevin hines" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Again, is Dana Whitmer. It's, it's remarkable that they can build something like this. It's very reassuring to know that it's going to stop people from dying at the bridge. So she and other parents, as we indicated have really been pushing the transportation officials to do this, they say it's long overdue. And when you look at the numbers, fourteen hundred people since nineteen thirty seven committing suicide there. Now, I would imagine the pushback was, you know, that doesn't really fit the image of the bridge to have a safety net. But at the end of the day. Finally, they've come around to say, well, we need to do something we've got a problem here. Right. It will and suicide in general, is is an issue. And you know if someone's not going to do with their but they're determined to do what they may do it somewhere else. But this, at least that, that bridge is such a draw and such, an iconic a piece there that a lot of people have gone specifically there to, to end their own lives really interesting. If you've never looked up the name, Kevin Hines. He's the guy he jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge when he was nineteen years old, trying to kill himself. And, and he survived. Two hundred twenty feet. He fell into the San Francisco Bay, and he unbelievably survived, but he talks about how it felt what went through his mind as soon as he made that leap. And he says the first thing that went through his mind was this was a huge mistake. I don't know. Where you can look them up online, but he talks about it. Let's get you caught up in the top national stories on news, ninety three point one k F became. From ABC news. Sherry Preston a weekend for hitting hundreds of billions of dollars worth of Chinese imports with higher tariffs. The White House today is.
"kevin hines" Discussed on KOMO
"We're learning more about how Moscow may have tried to move Bernie Sanders. Supporters into President Trump's column. Washington Post reporter Michael Kranish spoke with komo's Bill O'neil, Michael. How exactly did this work the Russian internet agency, which people may have heard about Indian Dighton last year bought by Robert Mueller, the special counsel in that thirteen Russians and there's a line in there where he talks about how the agency was supposed to support Trump at also panders said we support him them, both basically. So this was an effort not to Alexei as president. But to get Santer supporters, not support Hillary Clinton in the general election, and instead to support either Trump's sit out the election, but for some third party person, and you could be done to hurt. Clinton and help Trump. Is there any sense of how successful this effort was? Well, I asked researchers at Columbia University that have specialized in looking at tweets, and they looked at many thousands of tweets that were said to come from Russian. And if I'd a lot that targeted Sanders supporters. So they told me the story that they believed as documented in greater detail has previously been known that there wasn't effort by the Russians to target Santer supporters in a way that could have had an effect. It's impossible to say tweet ax. You know, moved voter, y but the overall massive what happened is part of the larger narrative of how Russia tried to influence. The election hasn't been any reaction to all of this other from the Trump administration or maybe from Sanders or the Clinton campaign. Well, the the Sanders campaign basically says they didn't know anything about this during the campaign Sanders himself confused, the issue because he said later that people campaign did no it was Russians. But then he sort of backed away from that. And his campaign manager told me. That he had misstated that. So they said they didn't know at the time. This was happening. You know, it was known that Russians had hacked into the DNC and it hacked into the emails of Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, but it was not known during the campaign that they were influencing social media and the way that we now understand that they did that's political investigations reporter, Michael Kranish. You can read more online at washingtonpost dot com. The man whose made it his mission to convince you that suicide should not be an option is returning to our area. Komo's Brian Calvert shares the story that motivates Kevin Hines. Remember, it's okay to not be okay. Kevin Hines writes that in his book called cracked, not broken the title refers to a pivotal day in his life twenty fourth of the year two thousand in the weeks leading up to that date. He remembers hoping someone would notice in that someone would intervene Kevin was on the edge. And he wanted to Jim literally trying to figure out what was going on in my brain. I.
"kevin hines" Discussed on KOMO
"About how the Russians tried to impact the twenty sixteen presidential election learning more about how Moscow may have tried to move Bernie Sanders. Supporters into President Trump's column. Washington Post reporter, Michael Kranish spoke with komo's Bill O'neil, Michael how exactly did this work. Well, there is the Russian agency which people may have heard about in the indictment last year bought by Robert Mueller, the special counsel in that thirteen Russians and there's a line in there where he talks about how the agency was supposed to support Trump. And also Sanders said we support him them, both basically. So this was an effort not to elect senators president, but to get Santa supporters, not support Hillary Clinton in the general election, and instead to support either Trump sit out the election, but for some third party person could be done. To hurt Clinton and help Trump. Is there any sense of how successful this effort was I asked researchers at Clemson university that have specialized in looking at tweets, and they looked at many thousands of tweets that were said to come from Russian, then if I'd targeted Sanders supporters. So they told me for the story that they believed as documented in greater detail is previously been known that there was an effort by the Russians to target Santer supporters in a way that could have had an effect it impossible to say tweet ax. You know, move to voter why. But the overall massive what happened is part of the larger narrative of how Russia tried to influence. The election hasn't been any reaction to all of this other from the Trump administration or maybe from Sanders or the Clinton campaign. Well, the the Sanders campaign, basically says they didn't know anything about this during the campaign Sanders himself confused, the issue because he said later that people campaign didn't know it was Russians, but then he sort of backed away from that. And historic campaign manager told me that he had misstated that. So they said they didn't know at the time. This was happening. You know, it was known that Russians had hacked into the DNC and it hacked into the emails of Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, but it was not known during the campaign, if they were influencing social media in the way that we now understand that they did that's political investigations reporter, Michael Kranish. You can read more online at Washington Post dot com. The man whose made it his mission to convince you that suicide should not be an option is returning to our area. Komo's Brian Calvert shares the story that motivates Kevin Hines. Remember, it's okay to not be okay. Kevin Hines writes that in his book called cracked, not broken the title refers to a pivotal day in his life twenty four of the year two thousand in the weeks leading up to that date. He remembers hoping someone would notice and that someone would intervene Kevin was on the edge. And he wanted to jump literally trying to figure out what was going on in my brain. I I looked online for ways in my life..
"kevin hines" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"To groom and lead a horse and ride a horse for adults with autism as well as veterans and first responders who have S T, great great organization. We're gonna talk with them in a little bit. I up though, teen health week is this week. And one of the the biggest topics when it comes teen health is mental health and Pauline is here to talk about suicide prevention among the youth. Hey, Paulina, hide iheartmedia in Chicago. And I am here with Dr Mark Golson. And we are talking suicide prevention fourteenth, right and national team. We believe national. Yes. So welcome. Dr. Thank you for joining us today. We'll thank you for having me on it's an epidemic, and we read about it. And and and we won't happen to us. But. It can happen to us. Talk about king. You give us a little background history may be on your work, and like some of the research that you've you've found does come to teen health. On the ground suicide specialist for twenty five years, and and of the people killed themselves. But I didn't think about what I was doing until recently, and I'm gonna documentary called stay alive, and you can go to hashtag stay alive. Now. Take you to new and what I figured out that causes a lot of suicide in and other people down. They feel very alone. Article on why people kill themselves. It's not depression. Got a lot of trust. And what I talked about is that at the end. Yes. People depressed. Yes. People have a break-up friendship. Yes. Something goes wrong in their family. But a lot of people have that they don't kill themselves at the end with people feel what I call despair. And if you break the word despair into DS. Unparalled with reasons to live, they feel hope less our list. Useless meaningless. And at the end pointless and the actually pair with death to take the pain away. I heard someone say we finally that when you can't get out of your head. And it's overwhelming you find a way to take your head of the hurt. Pretty potent. And what we've learned we talked about this in stay alive. Kevin Hines any pop singer Rako, Kevin Hines jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge in survive, and you can find all about him and Kevin hind story. But what we discovered is. The lot of times talents have an teachers don't ask don't tell approach because the fears. If you ask someone how you feel and they say, I feel like killing myself you have to stop it of you're doing you have to stop it. If you doing pay attention in this busy world, a lot of people can't stop whatever they're doing something. We came up with something that I that. I think we should people and. Momentarily change, the speed of my voice. So you'll get the full moxie here. There's something that we've come up with called the seven words, and it's and it's connected to interventional empathy. So when someone feeling broken inside, and they're not talking about it. And you're talking your team you say how you feel. I'm fine, leave me alone. And they get solid you back off. Okay. The seven words works this way. It doesn't matter what they say you pause them to do. And you say seven words, and they're going to say, what are they gonna say w TFT you, and you could see seven words, okay. And feel them as I'm saying them to you not on an AM level. But only inviting you is my team seven words. Hurt angry alone. Lonely. Hi. And in the seven chapter of stay alive, which find if you go to stay alive. Now, I do that with Kevin hi jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge. And you'll see that when I do the seven words with him. He smiles, and he says all of them, and if you your teenager, you can you in the conversation with us you say, okay, pick one. Afraid. And then what you say, I'm giving you and your listeners tactics to give him the seven words again real quickly. Afraid angry. Shame alone lonely. Tired pick one you say take me to win. You felt it worst. Maybe two in the morning. They share it with you. Here's what happens when someone tells you exactly what was going on when they felt it, and you can see it with your eyes. They again, but this time instead of feeling alone three in the morning and not knowing they'll make seven they feel this you and they start to cry relief. Talked to cry with release they start to feel more hopeful. And that that that has been in the way getting better. One thing. You don't want to do is. You don't wanna rushing when uninvited and vice solutions when teenage shut up. You doing that? Because they're scary out of you say, well, we can do this. We can do that. And and we'll get better. And what teenagers often do is pull in more because your anxiety is making them feel worse, and they feel like the burden. Interesting. It's interesting when I asked people that I work with years ago. And now, I don't do it one on one, but I teach school systems and whatever. Somebody who Seidel people. What helped they said you're the only person in my life, quite whose face. I put a smile on. I'm burden everyone. My parents worried my brothers and sisters think I'm manipulative which I probably am. When I see other doctor. They're checking boxes and doing the best. They can. But I don't know what it is Dr Goldman. Smile big grin on your face. You're happy to see me. And nobody's happy to see me. Because I because I scare one. And it was interesting when that happens, and you feel some. Enjoys you. You don't feel like a burden because another reason to teenagers kill themselves. They feel I don't care what the world telling me on the burden so bird, right? I'm feeling good. Why don't we leave the world of my being a burden? Wow. Very powerful. No. And and what about signs are there signs that children were teenagers sort of show when it does come to depression because a lot of parents will say, for example. Oh, yeah. My kids just having a bad day. You know? Oh, yeah. This happened at school, whatever like and depression is obviously away more deep than day its way deeper than that. So other signs at parents. You look out for for well, well, all LS all doubts everybody you, and I know have bad days. But when the bad days seemed to go on longer when your teenager pulling away when your teenager engage in conversations at the breakfast table, and they're just sewing, and they say, maybe alone all when they want to be in their room too much, or if they're starting to be more drawn to gothic dark music, you know, they're giving. Those signals and in many. Realize his little things cannot come off. I mean, it doesn't take much and you can't project on your child something that wouldn't bother you with something that would bother them something that I do recommend also when you're with your teenager if you're driving 'cause they hate face to face eyeball to eyeball conversations. They hate it unless they asked and while you're driving, you know, doing an errand you can say to them in the middle of the conversation. Let me ask you something at the worst that you can feel how bad does that get and hopefully they'll respond getting you're just driving and you're not being millage medic. And then the answer that say when you felt how bad it could get how often did you feel alone? And then here what they say. And then say in when you were feeling that horrible alone with it. Did it make you think feel in want to do? Onto them and say, and what did you do? And so you don't want to jump on hit the alarm, what should really doing is. You're reaching into Duke. And they're so they feel all alone. And you're dreaming. And and if you're lucky they open up, but you say to that is, you know, if that's the case, I don't want to be alone with those thoughts and feelings so mask you to call me or your mom or dad when you're feeling that way. Interrupt us interrupted you don't need permission. And you're not a bird's. Absolutely. Remember, you're not a bird. You know? It's not like it's the kid next door. You're my kid. And I need your help. I need you to do that. Absolutely. No, that's very important. And I'm glad that you're sharing that message especially to parents little both parents, you know, and children teenagers do very important doctor before we wrap up. I do have a question for you..
"kevin hines" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
"You're like falling back on the work and giving yourself time to like do other things besides work that those things stop? Yeah. It does. And I find that. I am I get back into that mindset a little bit when I'm making videos. I'm like, I don't know. I think it's so weird because this makes me super happy. But like, I am such a perfectionist in like, I go insane over my work that when I'm actually making video it's just like, my mental health is not good when you're shooting it, it's shooting editing. Everything I'm like, I go through these phases around like, this is the worst thing I've ever made. I can't post this. It's not even necessarily Avella Dacian thing from the audience. You're saying it's all like an internal. Yeah. Battle to best yourself. And sometimes you're afraid that you're not. Yeah. That's really interesting. So perfectionism of perfectionist could be a blessing curse do like, I'm sure. And also, that's why your stuff is. Probably so good. I think that's what's interesting is you're you're just living it, you're you're living. Those struggles you're putting them out there, which obviously that has to cause some of the things I in issues that you deal with. But at the same time, there's millions of people younger people going through the same things. And you're talking about it. I think that's really I commend you for that. That's that's tough. That's tough to walk that line where you're influencing. But you're also like you have to stay sane do this process. That's why it's almost like her saying like like sacrificing herself for the good of everyone sort of sort of really is. And that's why. Having the conversation right here. Like even in like, a more laidback setting. I think every time we talk about anxiety talk about depression and break down that stigma of like, oh, let's not talk about that lake talk to your doctor only about talk about it. Yeah. Like, I get all the time at tweets all the time. And I love that stuff. Like, I wish I could answer everybody back. I really do you put this in one year recent videos, it might have been aftermath? You FaceTime, one of your friends, and she was saying, you know, you're you're in that industry that's causing ninety five percent of your stress. What do you think about that? You know, you're creating videos, you're in this face on you too. Yeah. But the space is kind of causing that stress and in like a lot of people say than just don't make dopey on YouTube, and unlike it's all I wanted so it's just this huge mental battle, and it's it's a cycle. And I think I just need to. I guess figure it out onto sure like I think like, obviously I highly recommend therapy. And so like ding like talking out in like our front, our friend. Kevin hines. I don't know if you saw that episode, but he is constantly battling his own demons. And he's one of the strongest people that I know these August. Strenght guy that I know we talked to him off. And he said one of the big things that helps the biggest thing is retained you have a routine that you follow like, he wakes up. He eats works out. Emails calls works out again outs. He's down. He's down to a science with it. And so I think I think once again, it comes back like levels of mental health problems. He has the most severe form of mental health problems his whole life. And so but at the end of the day, he's right and routine is is believed to be one of the most important things in terms of combating mental health problems. But I think it's also for someone with more lower level stuff, not to call it low, but like or discount it. Yeah. I think it's about balance. And I think you probably just got a lot of that through a real burn out. And we see this in the corporate world, I see YouTube all over the place people just. More on the east coast to be honest with people just grind themselves into the fucking ground for views for business for revenue for whatever reason. And they and they realize, Wow, I've got this problem hands. Now, you know..
"kevin hines" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Jesuit high school here in Sacramento hurt. An inspirational message this morning from speaker Kevin Hines who survived jump off the Golden Gate Bridge since nineteen thirty seven more than fourteen hundred people have attempted to commit suicide by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge. Hines who shared a story of hope this morning is one of only thirty six people to survive. It's our hope that students will be able to reflect on Mr. Hines story and think about what's going on inside of them. What to do if their experience a crisis experiencing a crisis and how to reach out and help their friends if they're in crisis as well. That's Jesuit high school teacher and director of Christian service Sarah Brady back. She says Hines message is important because suicide is the second leading cause of death for adolescence student Chessel Hakim says he appreciated the presentation I really like how he was able to talk about the people around them and how they either mostly Alden that he talked about supported him, Mike blunt, NewsRadio KFI PK Hawaiian airlines. Promising refunds after a flight from Los Angeles to Maui spend hours circling in the air before landing back in Los Angeles three separate times. The Friday flight tried to leave for a third time. It was finally cancelled had to go back to the gape a manager for the airline said the problem was the result of multiple systems issues. But hasn't given any details about that on one attempt that plane spent two hours in the air on another five and a half airline says long distance flights like these have more rigorous safety requirements, the airline also said it would give passengers one hundred dollars out Shire's, southern California sheriff plans to conduct a rare public inquest into the crash that killed an entire Washington state family last year Mendocino county sheriff Tom almond says the coroner's inquest will examine lingering questions about how. And why the Hart family issue ran off highway one last March and plunged down a one hundred foot cliff onto the title rocks below the biggest question is whether thirty eight year old gen heart intentionally drove off the cliff to kill herself partner and they're six adoptive children. Ranging in age from twelve to nineteen. It would be the first inquest on the north coast and several decades and almond says he hopes to livestream at sometime in April. The land is sinking in parts of Kaluga and yellow county department of water resources is reporting a surface decline of over two feet near our buckle in collusive county. The allegation of one specific monument in are buckle area. Two point one four feet from two thousand eight to twenty seventeen Chris bonds geological engineer with the DWI are the report surveyed over thirty sites and found a range of land subsidence in Glen, Sutter and yellow counties in yellow county that was the largest spatial extent of subsidence ranging from minus point three feet to a little over one feet groundwater pumping and extensive water level declines are major contributors to land subsidence, which can lead to infrastructure damages for levees roads and bridges Casimiro hall NewsRadio cave, by the way. Cal trans says the Rio vista bridge is closed again tonight for some ongoing maintenance work the bridge along state route twelve serves as a vital. Connector between interstate five and eighty tonight's closure starts at eight ins at five AM in the morning. And it is now six thirty seventy K F B K five AM is the morning. Let's take a check for traveling jazz opposed to five FM. Maroon five's nine in the afternoon. Oh, I love that song. Was that panic at the disco? I don't remember to live there. Yeah. Brought to you by indeed dot com. And right now, we don't have enough problems apparently up the high country right now fifty but Paul Bunyan wrote somebody's shining a flashlight at passing vehicles causing them to swerve. So c h he's going to have speaks with that person. Sunrise boulevard.
"kevin hines" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The upgrades the county will issue bonds, but not the kind that impact your taxes groundwater pumping. And droughts could be the reason some northern California counties are sinking the department of water resources says of the last nine years parts of Qaluza, Glenn Sutter Aniello county. Have sunk insider county there were five monuments showed elevation changes between. Minus point two feet and minus point three six feet. DWI? Geological engineer Chris bonds says the most notable was a monument near arbuckle which sunk over two feet yellow county had the most widespread subsidence ranging from point three feet to over a foot subsidence has caused by a number of things mainly excessive groundwater pumping and extensive water level declines, which can have negative impacts reduced flow. In a water supply canal. You could ever reduced flowing? Streams and rivers. You can also have an impact to bypass channels Sacramento. Valley showed no real significant change has hall. Newsradio cave case of a gas and electric spent more money in California lobbying than any other company roughly ten million dollars last year to influence state lawmakers most of that money was used fighting proposals over wildfire safety and response specifically the reduction of fines imposed on utilities for their equipment starting wildfires. A spokesperson said the actions, they take. Are on behalf of customers, and employees and the money comes from shareholders, not ratepayers inspirational speaker, Kevin Hines talk to students at Jesuit high school this morning about surviving jump off the Golden Gate Bridge. This was at the school's annual. So social Justice summit Hines told the crowded gymnasium that he is one of only thirty six people survive. A suicide attempt by jumping off the bridge teacher and director of Christian service. Sarah, Brady Beck says it's important that students here a story of hope from someone who has struggled with mental health in the past. We know.