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"lakewood high school" Discussed on KOMO
"Clark, cloudy and rainy in the South Sound right now in Seattle. We see partly sunny skies. At its 67 degrees. Come on. Time to 36. There isn't much left of a homeless camp that burned near the Mount Baker neighborhood where a man and woman were found dead. That fire started before dawn yesterday in a wooded area along 25th Avenue south Almost to me, Matassa has more right now. You can actually still smell that smoke in this wooded area. The fire started in a structure. Down this ravine behind me. You can see the pile of debris that's completely charred, and that little structure was just completely destroyed. Now. This was just after three a.m. firefighters tell us someone ran about a quarter of a mile from this encampment to the Mount Baker Fire station to report that fire. At the same time, firefighters were just leaving to come and respond to the fire. After also getting a 911 call and those human remains were found after the fire was put out Once again. Somebody threw a large rock onto the freeway in Seattle last night, and it badly injured a driver. When that rock came through the front window here, state Trooper Rick Johnson went through the windshield struck the drivers right cheek. Kind of slicing it open is what the trooper said The rock landed in the rear right floorboard of the vehicle. It was earlier this month That video captured a person throwing rocks at passing vehicles on I 90 near Rainier Avenue, but that person got away. This has happened at least three other times in recent weeks. Right there on I 90 or I five in that general area, with several people injured. The superintendent in the liquid school district is going to lead a community meeting tonight to talk about last month's racially charged game between Mariner and Lakewood High schools, Girls basketball teams. Almost Carlene Johnson has details that may 20th game at Lakewood High School was pretty physical from the start, Chris Monsters unhappy about something in the referee's given a talking to him. But even before the game started, there were reports of inappropriate comments coming from Lakewood students, one saying a player on Mariner had nappy hair, the two districts decided to let an outside investigator looking game video and talk to players and coaches from both teams. 25 page report was handed over last week and found the comments created racially charged environment as players on both teams played more and more aggressively to the point. Some players were injured and referees they say failed to intervene and they ever held. Reports Administration for both districts are reviewing the report in detail. There is a community meeting, though at Lakewood High School at 5 30 today. Carlene Johnson. Come on news. There's a newly passed ordinance in Seattle that says food delivery. Apps can no longer deliver meals from a Seattle restaurant without that restaurants written permission. Almost Corwin Hike explains the City Council's ordinance intends to restore control to restaurants who, in some cases have no idea door dash or uber eats are offering their menus online. Lorena Gonzalez is City council president. This bill is going to be instrumental in helping restaurants by ensuring their presence on delivery platform is in their hands and their control. Without the restaurants. Cooperation, a delivery app might offer an old menu with items no longer available that can hurt a restaurant's reputation. And it's an issue for delivery drivers to drivers should not have to sever financially because of this, Nor should restaurants take the hit when they have no idea of customers ordering from an out of date menu going forward. Delivery apps would have to sign an agreement with the restaurant to offer their menu. The ordinance passed the full council It still needs the mayor's signature. Corwin Hike Carmo News today. The State Transportation Commission is meeting to discuss whether or not by how much they should increase ferry rates. There are two alternatives right now the first calls for a 2.5% increase in both passenger and vehicle fairs in each of the next two years. Alternative number two keeps passenger fares the same in year one, no increase their but it raises the vehicle fair by 3.1% than in year, two passenger fares would go up. 2.5% and drivers would also pay an additional 2.5%. To take their vehicle on a ferry almost Denise Whitaker reporting that a final recommendation won't be made until sometime in August, and any increase wouldn't take effect until sometime in October. News. Time to 40 time for an update on sports from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk with Cuomo's Bill Schwartz, the prez missing at Seahawks minicamp. That would be Pro Bowl safety Jamal, the President. Adams excuse from three days worth of practice and meetings in renting for personal reasons. The 25 year old Adam's due to make nearly $10 million in the last of his rookie contract, and he wants a new deal. Right hander Chris Flexing on the mound tonight AT T Mobile Park. The Mariners go for two straight wins over the Twins. Minnesota counters with former Seattle lefty Jay Happ, an eighth inning home run by New first baseman Jake Bowers gave Seattle a 43 win in the opener. Capture Cal Raleigh extended his hitting streak to 21 games to come A beat Sacramento 51. Series wraps up tonight at Chinese Stadium. Defending Champs Seattle Storm still unbeaten on the road this season, Big favorites tonight at one and 11 Indiana to Bird says the storm, though, is still evolving, You know, To be honest, we're still jelling in a lot of ways. Is it getting better is you know, I say, I think I said that after Game one. Do I feel differently now? Of course. 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"lakewood high school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Bull Bank? Whose bull Leon White. Oh, the late the late, great. Oh, I thought he was Vader. He was What you call them Bull in college. Called him Pinky. Oh, pink. Yeah, yeah. I mean, I called him Bull to Why Pinky? Because he got the weirdest red hair is body was pink when he when he'd work out. Get like lathered up. His whole body would be pink s. So we nicknamed me Pinky. He didn't seem to mind. I didn't know He was a redhead. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Like bright orange red head. Did he have a shaved head? Most of the time? No, not in college. Okay. I want the wrestler. Yeah. What's he? Once he became first he was Van Vader. Then he just became Vader and that he had Yeah, yeah, shaped head. Then way talked about this before Steve Williams, who also was from here yet? Lakewood High School. A guy got to know at the gym. I worked out that he was regular came in same time as I did, and he was battling cancer. At the time, which ended up taking his life, But he had a head that whole thing right hole in the throat that he talks through coming studio once. Yeah, he did. He was very inspirational. I remember him. Yeah, He didn't live very long. No play football, though you as you said he was a beast. We're talking about the term strangely attractive from the three all 3941 that's like calling somebody sexy, Ugly. From the 719361 strangely attractive means you're not typically considered attractive. No, I don't think that's a compliment. Hmm. I guess it kind of the compliment. I don't think I can t compliment, I guess is what it is just like a punch in the face Compliment. It's not even a backhanded compliment. Would you not be attractive at all? Yeah. Yeah. I think you would not be attractive at all. I think if somebody said I find you strangely attractive For like the majority of people out there that you encounter every day. They're probably looking at U C E mean they're probably not thinking you're good looking unnecessarily. No, because we had that we had people call in this morning on our show like Amy Schumer. Amy Schumer came up like Would you find her strangely attractive? No, no, some people did because they think she's funny. Well, funny. You know what? That's your person out. That's her personality. You're saying that she's strangely attractive, but the term me like getting working at a counter somewhere. Would you think she was attractive? And most people would say no, no kid Rock I find strangely attractive. Mm hmm. Okay. Is it because of his personality? I mean, no, because of him being on stage, So okay, so you're start. I mean, there's a term for that. Can't use it. Three. All 3478 starts with Starr. Hey, Rick. We know about all the man crushes that you've had over the years, so we understand it's okay. You can let us know who you're strangely attract. No, I can't. You know, we can cannot know we did. You know, I can't just joke between. Yeah, That's right. You got to stay between us 33 or 3919 conversion to metric was about 79. 1980. Oh, okay. Makes sense. 333356. Was it? Barbara Bush? Rick figured it out. I'm not no comment. Let me jump in for my partner. It was not Barbara Bush had no comment. I'll just say it was hot, like, look her up in her young days. Um okay. I mean, you're not attracted to the old Barbara bush, Huh? Well, come on Cathy 97. Oh, five years old 59 Rick. Everybody has those moments with friends where we all wish that the filter was working at that certain moment, and it was a joke. That these guys were playing up like it was serious. That's okay. Ball hooked up with the not so good looking person in our lives. Have you, Cathy? Yes, I have. David. What? Have you hooked up with the not so good looking person in your life? Oh, um, Rick, you have I'm thinking I don't think I don't think really. You haven't? No. Oh, Uh, texture 3035 or six Chelsea Handler. Yeah, that would be nice. If Chelsea he would be harder to am. That would be that's not strangely attractive. That's drunk. Attractive that there's a big difference a little different. Rick wasn't inebriated. No, he wasn't. No, you'd rather be strangely attractive than drunk. Attractive. I'm never going to out Rick on this ever. Me neither. But I'm just saying Don't even don't even front that it was. You were just kidding. Don't even don't even start. You know, I wa I know. I know. I know.
Storm overnight causes power outages, some school closures
"We do have a couple of school closures to let you know about because of power outages. No in person classes today, it's Kent Prairie Elementary in the Arlington School district. And also the Lakewood School district of Snohomish County School is closed today. No in person or distance learning because of power
"lakewood high school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"How you doing today, Lance? I'm doing super awesome. Thanks for asking. I want explain to our listeners and by the way, Lister's I am a Denver boy born and raised in liquid with the West. Denver went to Lakewood High School Go Tigers state champion son has nothing to do with our show. But anyway, Brian and I have been friends for a long time, and we primarily earned our living in made money through trading until things kind of got weird. We had the fall out What was in 2008. Things got weird and in the markets went up and down and we were weighted stocks, and we realized that there's gotta be a better way so Brian and I and a couple of our partners searched around for a different alternative when the pandemic happened. I think it was that that's when we started doing this. Brian. Yeah, what it had done for him. It was in March. We said, Hey, we've got to find something that works where we can do this from home where we don't have to worry about whether there's some politicians saying something or whether they're going to get the vaccine or not. And we formed little group called the Day Trading tour, and we look for other opportunities or where we could generate income with a lot less money involved with a lot more potential. So most people, I think Bryant from mayor with the stock market there exactly 18,000 stocks. They go up. They go down. People know what mutual funds are. They have that in there for one case, but There's some other things you can trade to this options. Which some of you might have heard about this futures, which you hear about in the morning and the futures market was up or down, but nobody talks about something called the forex market. Brand and you explain a little bit about that mark on the foreign force is actually the foreign exchange markets so 44 x, sure for foreign exchange market and what that what that simply means. And I'm gonna keep it very simple. Right now. We'll get into a little bit more detail later. But what the foreign exchange market really is just what you what you do Is you trade difference in the in the value of currency pairs, so everybody out there knows that there's a difference in value. There's an exchange rate between the U. S dollar and The euro and and you can trade that difference in value and make money trading that difference in value as a matter of fact, one of neat things about the market and Lance, uh, missioner is we have these markets. We have the stock market the Oscars market futures market before X mark the foreign exchange market. Well, every time I I do a class or educational seminar. Always asked Lance. Which one of these four markets do you think is the largest? You know what the answer is that everybody gives me most of the time. My partner. Right? The stock market. We'll know it's actually not out of all for those markets. The stock markets actually the smallest market and when it is crazy, and when we get down to it, the forex markets for exchange market is actually the largest market in the world, the largest market in the world if if, if you compared it to Cos it would be the biggest company ever in the history of the planet. So so when when we look at it from that standpoint, um, you've gotta you've gotta ask yourself. Why aren't we hearing about the forex market? What? Why is that something that's kept under arrest? Because I'm gonna give you this is because the banks and institutions use the forest market to make decisions and if the baseness fusion's their primary looking at the foreign exchange market Why are we as individuals? We're limiting ourselves and we'll get into what we're talking about A second. We are talking about the forest market. But we're actually talking about trading the forex market for income you it's very hard to trade the stock market for income. But you control unless you have that kind of money we had Unless you have millions of dollars you're sitting on right? And then you're still limits to the amount of income that you have. Now the foreign exchange market gives you Some very big advantages as and they give you leverage, and you have the amount of leverage you have. You have way more leverage and you can use in the stock market, and some people think that's bad. But the fact of the matter is As long as you manage risk. You can create income from that, and there's no transaction fees so you can make his many trades you want as many times as you want. Um, uh, no commission. Sorry. Yeah. No commissions. So the fourth corner office a lot of opportunity and to go back to come full circle with this on What Lance was talking about is the reason we we started. This is that we found we found that That people need an opportunity to be a little learn how to trade in a market to make money, But do it in a way that's consistent, and they're not having a risk a lot of capital to do that. Not not losing money and let me do this. We have in the reason what we're talking about days we're gonna invite you to a two day live. Virtual trading and investing Expo. That's that's going to show you how to do things that we're talking about right now. Honestly, meeting right life live to day. Virtual Trading Expo is what we're gonna invite people to and the reason the reason we want to do this is like like, Lance said. We've got a lot of years of experience. I've been around the market since 2000. Um, Andre, Uh, last has been around the market since, uh, since the crust of the Earth started cooling off one years ago when they started cooling down, So it's so you know, between the two of us, we have well over 30 years. Or more experienced in the markets and around the markets. And so we're gonna invite you to a two day live virtual trading Expo because what we found is there's a lot of places out there that want to give you education That will give you education. But guess what they do. They give you the education, then what? That's then they said, we we need to charge you like zillions of dollars. And then they pay you on the back and say good luck, But yeah, and the best to you call it call us if you have any questions, And why don't we give out the home number? Okay, well, there is a phone number 88899913 to 5 guys. Write this down. You're gonna want to take a probably take some notes that actually unless you're in your car, um, and again, that number is 88899913 to 5. And what? What you're actually gonna have is our people waiting by to answer the phone and register you for this two day live virtual trading investing Expo where we're gonna actually teach you how to trade for income in the fourth market. We're gonna actually teach you How to use somebody else's money. Now everybody says that use somebody else's money. But a Samarra fact What will show you is that you're actually able to trade our money up to $100,000 of our money. Wait a minute, right? You're saying we're gonna give them money up to $100,000. Now? That's not for free. Okay, um, you actually have to pass. Pass him trading. Uh, coaching if you will toc that money. And then you're gonna be able to trade for income. So we're gonna teach you how to trade for incoming. We're gonna teach you teach you how to be consistent in the markets and we're gonna teach you how to use a proven 20 year old signal to be consistent. The markets. And we're gonna show you what the differences and having proper education where you get one on one coaching, so that you can put all three of those together, Eh? So again, That number is 88899913 to 5. And so Lance, If you want to jump into a couple of couple of nights on this is a fact..
"lakewood high school" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The top of the hour. We continue on the Larry Elder Show in Ohio. I Oh, I Oh, no, that's right. Coming to you live from Cleveland and 14th. One of the answer pop friends sitting in for my friend Larry once again. He's got a speaking engagement tonight. He will be back on Monday. Keep saying tonight because I'm on East Coast time work with me. Okay, If you're on the West, I know it's only six minutes after four. Yeah, work with me as we were in Ohio. I Ohio and that's where I want to start this hour. Of the broadcast and again thanks for joining us here in Ohio I While there's a town called Lakewood, it's a suburb of Cleveland. It's a large suburb in terms of population, not in terms of Square miles Mayor Fact Liquid Ohio, I believe is the second or first I think second Most dense population in America. Now that used to mean just in terms of number of people crammed into a small space. Now I think density takes on another meaning. It might just be the most densities and now because of what I'm going to share with you there was a football game at Lakewood High School Stadium in Ohio, and this is something that I'm sure people all over the country will be able to relate to As people who are Caucasian continue to be white, shamed by leftist America and yes, that includes leftist educational centers, including high school, so At this high school football game last Friday, one week ago tonight. They played a little pregame ah, montage of things before the national anthem. To say that this rubbed some people. The wrong way is an understatement. As I said, drawing lines and creating Mohr Division between Caucasians and people of color, that is exactly what this does not going to let you listen to the 60 seconds off the pregame presentation before we talk about it with a guest. This is liquid Ohio Liquid High School one week ago tonight are Asian has faced The boy reality to.
"lakewood high school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Minutes after the top of the hour. We continue on the Larry Elder Show in Ohio, Iowa, Iowa. That's right coming to you live from Cleveland and 14th, one of the answer, pop friend sitting in for my friend Larry once again. He's got a speaking engagement tonight. He will be back on Monday. Keep saying tonight because Rama on East Coast time work with me. Okay, If you're on the West, I know it's only six minutes after four. Exactly. Yeah, work with me as we were in Ohio. I Ohio and that's where I want to start this hour. Of the broadcast and again thanks for joining us here in Ohio, Iowa. While there's a town called Lakewood, it's a suburb of Cleveland. It's a large suburb in terms of population, not in terms of Square miles Mayor Fact Liquid Ohio, I believe is the second or first I think second Most dense population in America. Now that used to mean just in terms of number of people crammed into a small space. Now I think density takes on another meaning. It might just be the most densities and how, because of what I'm going to share with you. There was a football game at Lakewood High School Stadium in Ohio. And this is something that I'm sure people all over the country will be able to relate to As people who are Caucasian continue to be white, shamed by leftist America and yes, that includes leftist educational centers, including high school, so At this high school football game last Friday, one week ago tonight. They played a little pregame ah, montage of things before the national anthem. To say that this rubbed some people. The wrong way is an understatement. As I said, drawing lines and creating Mohr Division between Caucasians and people of color, that is exactly what this does, and I'm going to let you listen to the 60 seconds off the pregame presentation before we talk about it with a guest. This is liquid Ohio Liquid High School one week ago tonight that our nation has faced The death of your Floyd, Briana Keeler, Rice. Others.
"lakewood high school" Discussed on KOMO
"Congressional district there redrawn civil rights groups being given the OK to do so by a federal court in Maryland. Just today, you're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. Comeau midday Clouds 62 downtown at 10 02 on this Wednesday morning. Thanks for joining us. I'm Tom Miller with our top stories from the coma, 24 7 news that state athletic officials say there will be a high school football season this coming year. In the spring, not the fall almost going. Take reports, the pandemic is forcing widespread changes. There simply are not enough counties in phase four of the governor's reopening plan, the phase that allows gatherings of 50 or more people, so the Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association says the football season will now begin in March 2021. Lakewood High School, Junior Jaden Riley is philosophical and something and something's better than nothing. The W. Ay is announcing a four season sports schedule, along with football boys and girls, soccer and volleyball also are moving from fall to spring. For Jayden. At least the uncertainty is over. He knows he'll get to play eventually feel like his boosted morale within a lot of people just hearing you today because, you know I have something to look forward to. Washington becomes one of a handful of states, including California and Virginia to call off high school football for the fall. Washington schools will have some fall sports low risk events, including golf and cross country. Korwin Hey HQ Co Moh new students in the North Shore school defect won't to be on campus when the school year begins. District officials say they've made the decision based on guidance from the Health Department and the increasing number of Corona virus cases. Come calling Johnson with reaction from the state schools superintendent North Shore, like many districts, was considering a hybrid learning model where students would come in person a couple days a week and then Stay home the other days, but they say it is just not safe at this point because of the pandemic can't says the same and federal way is considering it. Now, state schools superintendent Chris Raked all is promising parents. The entire remote learning model is going to be much improved statewide. We're requiring district to do even in online models. They have to have daily on weekly schedules for their elementary, middle and high students that were published, They have to show that they could meet 180 days 1027 instructional hours for their annual calendar. I mean, they're taking daily on the North Shore plans to have teachers in their classrooms at least part of the time offering live instruction while students learned from home. Bellevue plans to make an announcement about its plan today, and I'm told Seattle is also expected to tell families with the plan is sometime this week. Carleen Johnson come Oh news. Here's what's coming up. The numbers continue to climb in a much higher rate. I'm Brian Calvert, with the covert milestones up and down the West Coast. Good morning once again 10 04 on a Wednesday and we're updating the traffic for you with Kierra Jordan For a little bit. We were seeing an odd slowdown that was taking place for about a mile traveling westbound state Route 5 to 2 starting their Echo Lake Road, but it looks like that is now clearing out of the area. We do have some maintenance work that's taking place today on the Snohomish River Bridge. That's going to be blocking your left lane. It looks like North and I five continues to crowd as you're approaching the convention center. Our next promo traffic up 10 14. Here's meteorologist Kristen Clock with a look at your forecast. Open up those windows with the fresh breeze Blowin. He has cool conditions are in place today.
"lakewood high school" Discussed on KOMO
"169 In northeast 30th in a minor slowdown on south bound for five around state route 5 to 7 hour next to come. Oh, traffic up 9 14 and let's check out your forecast is decidedly different today. Here. He's come. A meteorologist Kristen Clark, certainly comfortably cooler outside today, as we have welcomed that marine layer of cool ocean air, helping to knock temperatures down a good 5 to 10 degrees this afternoon to highs in the sixties and seventies. A lot more of the same tomorrow and Friday morning clouds. Pockets of light drizzle will be followed by afternoon. Sun and speaking of Sun will have that this weekend with a dry Saturday and Sunday and a big warm up Monday of next week could be the hottest day yet the summer season with highs near 90 and the Common Weather Center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clarke, 61 in Grey Downtown at 906 We continue in 20 minutes. Of nonstop news. High school stadiums across our state will go dark. This fall Football has been pushed ahead to spring comes Cohen take explains State athletic officials are responding to the ongoing Corona virus threat by delaying the 2020 high school football season until spring 2021. It may not be the perfect plan, but it's a really good plan that's Lakewood High School football coach Dan Teeters. On a plan that moves the start of football season to March. Teeter says Protecting the young athletes is paramount. It's worth it to us for their health and safety and for the opportunity to play. The move is part of a new four season schedule announced by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association. Under the plan on Ly Low Risk Sports start this fall. Including golf, slow pitch softball and cross country Corwin Hey HQ Co Moh news. The city of Seattle's Koba 19 relief fund will be set up for discussion or will be up for discussion this afternoon. City Council members Talking about budget revisions and potential amendments. Right now, the plan.
"lakewood high school" Discussed on KOMO
"The Homeland Security Department says that those agents air they're guarding federal property. Listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed the CO Mo Morning news 602 right now. On a cloudy start to this Wednesday morning, 63 degrees the current temperature in Seattle Along with Greg Herschel time Manda factor here. The top stories from the camo 24 7 news Center. State Athletic officials say there will be a high school football season this coming year, but it'll be in the spring, not the fall, almost core when take reports the pandemic is forcing widespread changes. There simply are not enough counties in phase four of the governor's re opening plan, the phase that allows gatherings of 50 or more people So, the Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association says the football season will now begin in March 2021. Lakewood High School Junior Jaden Riley is philosophical and something And something's better than nothing. The W. Ay is announcing a four season sports schedule, along with football boys and girls, Soccer and volleyball also are moving from fall to spring. For Jayden. At least the uncertainty is over. He knows he'll get to play eventually feel like his boosted morale within a lot of people just hearing you today because, you know I have something to look forward to. Washington becomes one of a handful of states, including California and Virginia to call off high school football for the fall. Washington schools will have some fall sports low risk events, including golf and cross country. Korwin Hey HQ co Moh news business in the North Shore School district will not be on campus when the school year begins. The district made the decision, it says, based on guidance from the Health Department and the increasing number of Corona virus cases, almost Carleen Johnson has reaction from the state school superintendent North Shore, like many districts, was considering a hybrid learning model where students would come in person a couple days a week and then Stay home the other days, but they say it is just not safe at this point because of the pandemic can't says the same and federal way is considering it. Now State School Superintendent Chris Rate Dull is promising parents. The entire remote learning model is going to be much improved statewide requiring district to do even in online models. They have to have daily on weekly schedules for their elementary, middle and high students that are published. They have to show that they could meet 180 days 1027 instructional hours for their annual calendar. I mean, they're taking daily in the north. Sir, plans to have teachers in their classrooms at least part of the time offering live instruction while students learned from home. Bellevue plans to make an announcement about its plan today and I'm told Seattle is also expected to tell families with the plan is sometime this week. Carleen Johnson Come on news. It's sick. So for right now, the whole morning news where you get traffic.
"lakewood high school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"WFLA and I heart radio stations morning I'm Chris trying been our top story eleven thirty Hillsborough County officials are set to meet with concerned parents about boundary changes the hills road school district is proposing changes as Barrington and Randall middle schools are projected to become overcrowded next school year disturbed is proposing shuffling students to six middle schools tonight's meeting being held at Rogers middle school cafeteria from six to seven PM a remembrance for a teenager who died a hero in the panhandle shooting at the Pensacola Naval Air Station nineteen year old mo hate them try to stop the gunman as he went on a shooting rampage family and friends gathered at Lakewood high school work he then was a track star this is Dan principal Susan L. over tells news channel eight just an amazing young man they gave everything he had lived with passion and our everyday hero Monday would have been Hey them's twentieth birthday they released twenty balloons in his honor the Tampa Bay family separated in a controversial case is allowed to get their son back the judge ruled that Josh one McAdams and wife Taylor bland can take their son no home they lost custody of the four year old eight months ago after stopping his chemo treatment in favor of alternative therapies Tampa Bay traffic and weather fox news I'm Chris foster if as expected president trump is impeached in the house the top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer's requested for White House witnesses for the trial in the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says no it's not the son of job to leap into the breach and search desperately for ways to get together that would hardly be impartial justice senator Schumer responds senators who oppose this plan will have to explain why last evidence is better than more evidence the house rules committee right now is debating how debate on impeachment will be conducted tomorrow police in New York City a looking for a sixteen year old girl dropped into a car that drove away with her insight last night Carol Sanchez without what was out walking with her mother in the Bronx the kidnapping seen on surveillance video police say they were four men in that car America's listening to fox news credit union home loans traffic center have an accident tampon twenty second street near ifor thirteenth Avenue east also directed Fletcher in forty six street and they're still clearing in action.
"lakewood high school" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"We're totally false. My conversation with the president the new president of Ukraine with perfect. That was no from. That's the president of the United States. A from that's actually been a while back But the campaign pushing that out here in the last few minutes in combat. Here's the problem for the Democrats. It does appear that this has become a partisan issue and it does appear that no one is changing their mind and it does appear that the only people who seem to be shifting in enthusiasm impeachment are independent voters who are more and more likely to decide that they don't want impeachment just settled at the ballot box. Now here is Steven caster. He is the Republican Council talking about the Democrats effort The purpose of this hearing as we understand it is to discuss whether President Donald J trump's conduct fits the definition of a high crime crime and misdemeanor. It does not such that. The committee should consider articles of impeachment to remove the president from office and it should not this case in many respects comes down to eight lines in a call transcript let me say clearly and unequivocally that the answer to that question is is no the record and the Democrats impeachment inquiry does not show that president trump abuse the power of his office or obstructed Congress to impeach. A president didn't who's sixty three million people voted for over eight. Lines in a call transcript is Baloney Democrats seek to impeach president trump. Not because they have evidence of high crimes or misdemeanors but because they disagree with his policies. This impeachment inquiry is not the organic outgrowth doc. Growth of serious misconduct. Democrats have been searching for a set of facts in which to impeach president trump since dog ration- on January twentieth. Two thousand seventeen. Seventeen it's pretty clear they have now. Here's Doug Collins our own. Doug Holland from here in Georgia and Vendetta Professor Turley testified last week. Presumption is no substitute for proof. The current legal case for impeachment is not just woefully inadequate being some respects dangerous and the basis for impeachment of an American President. Today what we were supposed to get what I love my friends on the on the majority of this Committee said Monitor when we got the mall report. It didn't go real well so we had a lot hearings. Didn't go real well. Then we finally got Bob Muller and they said this is going to be the movie version in fact what happened. They did. My colleagues on the majority had Live Bob Reading some Capitol Hill. They may dramatic podcast even wrote a comic book rendition. That breathe life into the mall report and it didn't work so they brought Bob. Muller is the movie version. They told US Robert Mueller's testimony would be the thing that people watch and would be convinced. Yes what they wasn't convinced Phil Flat but you know today I guess is the movie version into the shift report except one thing. The star witness fell show up. Mr Nunez's here is is here. The leading headline is their schiffer abort. But where's Mr Schiff in Moammar Robert. Mueller testified against all report. Ken Starr testified. The author of the report is not here instead. He sending his staff to do his job for him. I guess that's what you get when you're making impeachment and as you go you know to Doug collinses point here. I think the Republicans do have a legitimate intimate beef. With the fact we now know the whistle blower coordinated with shifts team and we now know for certain that shift hired associate of the whistleblower the day after the whistle blower reached out to shift now in fairness in several friends of mine pointed this out behind the scenes you know David Nunez coordinated with the whistle blowers and the Benghazi matter they spent about a month coordinating on how they were going to roll out what I think. Thank you so interesting is how the media so quickly latched onto this and to this day refuses to acknowledge impropriety in in Benghazi but there was a coordinated effort behind closed doors for a month leading up to the roll out of the hearings and everything else just like in the situation but the media didn't latch onto that but what we did not have in that big gutsy situation nation that we have now is hires from the Republicans based on that we have that with shift and shift still hasn't said who the whistle blower is and there are more there's more and more data that comes out that shows the whistle blowers deeply partisan and I've got friends of mine who who believe the impeachment processes legitimate who are Republican. They don't like the president they don't like the Democrats but they say it's irrelevant. I actually disagree. I do think that there is relevant. If reports are to will be believed that the whistle blower did have partisan ties to the Democrats and regularly complained about the president. Maybe got you this time but I I still think it matters because it does add character in context to this That they really have been out to get the present the whole time and it does undermine their case. I do worship testify and I think you should be made public And the fact that the Democrats don't want him to be made public suggests in fact that they understand the Republicans could undermine them By pointing out the person's partisan ties. And I think if those partisan ties are there and this person was some claimed a a repeat whistle blower. We're on the president and all of his complaint save this wouldn't were dismissed And this was just a matter of getting this time. I think that's relevant to the how this entire process has gone down. Andrew the level of coordination with Adam Shift to trump this out and make it immediate story. Remember the media started buzzing about this. Before the Democrats came forward the media he had been tipped off. Something was happening. How did all of that play out? This was a coordinated effort and that is part of the process. It is a political process of because it's a political process the partisanship of the whistle blower should be assessed. I can't complain given the Typos that you guys point out that I make at the research in but in the DRUDGE report the top headline on brink of impeachment There is no P as just impeachment. I'm wondering how many people are going to see the TYPO. Oh and concocted conspiracy theory. I we don't need to say any more about that. There are some breaking news here. The Supreme Court has allowed. Virginia's ultrasound requirement law go into effect. it will encourage women to view ultrasounds before having abortions so that they can see there actually actually is a living breathing child in their womb. I I WANNA move to the shooting in Pensacola There was a sailor from from Georgia. Who has been killed? He went to Lakewood High School Everyone called him. Oh Muhammed Hate Him Ah Haitham I'm H.. A. I t. h. m. his last name he was a track and field star known for long legs. Big Smile and good high jump scores. He graduated in two thousand eighteen and joined the navy. He went through boot camp and was assigned to flight crew training in Florida when he he's surprised his family in Saint Petersburg by showing up for Thanksgiving The nineteen year old didn't look like a teenager anymore. Look like a man. All of a sudden He died and the people at Lakewood high school our morning him I guess that that's it's I thought that was the George Jin but there was one other who died as well One of them from Georgia Joshua Joshua Watson graduated from the US Naval Academy looking forward to a military career as a pilot he charged the shooter and and then went and got help And he is from Enterprise Alabama Just it's tragic and it has fundamentally disrupted our relationship with Saudi Arabia. Even the president is apparently Acknowledging analogy that there are real problems there and something's going to have to happen as we continue to bring people from Saudi Arabia into the United States for training meaning with the American military and they're undermining our national security. There's something wrong with Saudi Arabia. And as much as the country is much more open than it has has been in fact. I saw that. They're going to desegregate restaurants in Saudi Arabia. There are still problems there Ears the Cameron Walters from Richmond. Hill is the twenty one year old airman who died in The naval air shooting from Georgia CAIRN walters of Richmond Hill the AJC JC. Jeremy Redmond Rights. Were so proud when he finished basic training this year. Twenty one year old airman apprentice the Effingham county high school graduate loved what he was doing made a lot of fringe among his fellow sailors dealers and wanted to become an engineer in the military younger brother. Mason seventeen remembered him that way. He was my best friend he was always there for me whenever I needed him. Anyone who needed him he was is always there camera. Walters was one of the three sailors killed Friday in a shooting at Naval Air Station. Pensacola the navy identified. The other two is Joshua Watson from Alabama and and Mohammed Haitham from Saint Petersburg Florida. All three were students at the Naval Aviation School Command eight others injured. The shooter was Second Second Lieutenant. Mohammed Sayed Al-Surani twenty one of the Royal Saudi Air Force. He was studying there He apparently had tweets on social media praising Al Qaeda and attacking the United States he had filed a complaint against his instructor for referring to him as porn stash had a big bushy moustache. He took no humor in it. People say that he had been much more friendly and easy going than return to Saudi Arabia and came back much more religious to the year. School people were wondering about him. There are some problems. We're going to have to deal with as a country when it comes to Saudi Arabia. We need Saudi Arabia in large part because because of stability in the Middle East against Iran. Saudi Arabia is the other major power. But if we're bringing Saudi citizens into this country the and they are becoming terrorists in this country and killing our soldiers and sailors here in our basis. That's a problem or abroad or anywhere else What's I have to commend the trump administration for one thing here Very briefly if you'll recall the Fort Hood shooting. It was very clear that the shooter at Fort Hood was a terrorist who had been indoctrinated in with killing American soldiers and the Obama Obama Administration couldn't admit that a terrorist attack happened at Fort Hood so they called it just workplace violence. This administration immediately came out and said they. I believe it was terrorism and we're GONNA act accordingly and they have and I'm a appreciative of the trump administration's honesty on this issue. Okay I'm going to go where I didn't WanNa go on twitter so I've been actively involved. I guess I should give you the phone number for Shit. Ni- eight seven seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four.
"lakewood high school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Question lone wolf or part of a terror network the FBI says it works to see if the Saudi airforce lieutenant who went on a shooting spree at Naval Air Station Pensacola Friday acted as part of a larger plot but says it sees no other danger right now our investigation has not led us to any information indicates any credible threat to our community FBI special agent in charge right to roll high says the navy has restricted the other Saudi troops training with US troops in Pensacola to the base he refused to address questions about Muhammad site outcome Ronnie gathering with other Saudi troops to watch videos of other mass shootings in the days before his attack that killed three people and wounded eight others before Escambia county sheriff's deputies stopped him with their gun shots one of those killed called Saint Petersburg home nineteen year old Mohammed Haytham graduated from Lakewood high school last year the school's principal Erin savage called him the perfect kid a Tampa cop needed stitches after the department says a burglary suspect trying to get away from her and an auto parts store through a pair of pliers to glass with enough force the glass cutter head which she kept in trapped in the store tell other cops came and arrested him the Buccaneers have won three in a row now they rallied to beat the Indianapolis Colts yesterday thirty eight thirty five after trailing by two touchdowns quarterback Jameis Winston threw four touchdown passes and ran for another is the box over came his three interceptions the key is I have to not be in those situations that's what I have I got to continue to work at being able to bounce back that's in my blood you know I was blessed to be like that but I got to not put us in that situation so that's what we'll be working on the Bucks improved a six and seven of the year but pictures by other teams eliminated from the playoff race with Florida's news I'm John request it's.
"lakewood high school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"As part of a larger terror network we currently assess there was one of the gunmen who perpetrated this attack and no arrests have been made in this case FBI special agent in charge ritual Haas in Pensacola says other Saudis training at Pensacola now cannot leave the base she does not call it a terrorist attack yet but says they proceed as if it were because that makes their investigation move faster Ross would not offer any details about the shooter Mohammed Saeed al sham Ronnie except that he bought his Glock nine forty five millimeter gun legally she would not talk about reports he'd had a party with other Saudi troops were they watched videos of mass shootings and that some of his fellow Saudi shot video of his attack Florida senator Rick Scott called in the Pentagon to hold the program that lets foreign troops train on US bases until that can review it governor de Santis says at the very least we need to vet people from other countries and scrutinize those from some countries more than others for us to be bringing in these foreign nationals you have to take precautions to protect the the country and the fact of the matter is I mean bringing in people from Saudi Arabia you know that that you just you you need to be be on guard on that the shooters victims included a sailor from Saint Petersburg nineteen year old Mohammed Haytham graduated from Lakewood high school last year democratic and Republican lawyers for the house intelligence committee will present evidence to the Judiciary Committee today both for and against impeachment proceedings over president trump actions regarding Ukraine house judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler says his committee could vote on the articles of impeachment against president trump this week if presented to a jury would be a guilty verdict in about three minutes flat democratic leaders say abuse of power and obstruction of Congress are likely to be included there is overwhelming evidence that the president sought to coerce Ukraine and to interfere in our election over the weekend president trump maintain he did nothing wrong in a July phone call with Ukraine's president the White House is sitting out today's hearing saying it's an unfair process people realizes the total halt Republican and remain in lockstep with the president and.
"lakewood high school" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Believe this story where they actually lost the airplane and aircrew you know I guess they made it back but it's pretty interesting story so we'll put a link to that in the show notes pretty interesting. They've been doing this for Wilde with many many different airplanes over its history of its mission anything else now all right thanks for the question Dave very timely because we just had Dorian run through pretty close to the US didn't make landfall or or did it technically make length in Hatteras Hatteras is where it made Landfall Carolina North Carolina extremes coast to think he's trying to do okay. Let's move on with the second item Chuck Have I've he asks Jeff and company just listening to your story about the aircraft evacuation in Hawaii. That was the a three twenty one. I believe that they had a evacuation because the smoke in the the cabin was wondering have you or nick or Dana ever done an emergency evacuation on one ear flights thanks for a wonderful podcast series and this just from duper wonderful podcast series super super part come in because I'm hoping never do that. Oh Okay Arthur housekeeping asked me yeah. No I have not Dana his answer is a one in the no column and let me go next to now in the no column and Nick what column due to put your three three the no column. I did evacuate myself from a phantom that was on fire as we tacked sit in. I think that's an emergency evacuation but not probably what chuck was asking about. No no not evacuating earned and in my rush to get out of the aircraft I forgot disconnect one land now which was attached to my dingy so as I got like ten and feet from the airplane I've fellow flat face with this call dragged type stopped me dead trank San Jose set off by Runcie. You see locator beacon fly on my face. Everyone knew where it was video of it. No I thank the Lord before the days of things like this and the lovely thing was the junior engineering officer who could see it was a jet pipe fire prime but straight up into the cockpit that I've run away from unfought up the engine blew out the fire which made me feel an yeah we used to one engine shutdown and it was the shot down engine that develops jet pint fires. We tanks. They know I was told was nate. You're on fire yeah. L. And in fact gration engineer close could see it was five so you just saw an engine it plays that must be the same thing we call it a tailpipe fire yeah yeah. That's the funny thing you know. People WanNa see if get a tailpipe fire in a modern airliner. You're thinking okay. We'll the pull the fire handle and do the nope but that doesn't start graph continued cranking until Thurgau just keep running cranking. Were the W so learning learning point here folks lace and Jim Learning Point is that if they are giving you a single signal outside and you have no oh fire signal in the cockpit keep on motoring the engine yes the tailpipe and the fire signal is God yeah. It's a figure of eight hours. It's it's like it's like conductor this guy doing he must be running from the plane probably good. They're all bolting okay serving onto three. I think we can do this before we do our plane tail. What do you think he's okay? Dear Captains Jeff Nick Dana and Dr Stuff longtime time lurker. I mean listener first-time caller. I'm writing about to resources Have you listened to talk radio. That's a first time longtime listener first-time caller as what a lot of people say anyway I'm writing about to resources that west coast of the United States listeners might enjoy and he says I about about myself. I'm transitioning military to commercial flying and have absolutely loved every episode of Your podcast since I found it around episode to ninety. Oh Oh thank goodness. He's not listening to any of the earlier ones as a liar and let's see where was I had to make it a little bit bigger so I could read it. I have not gone back and listen to the earlier episodes kids. Don't leave a lot of time for that. Yeah we understand. Although I did check out episode I said Ninety with First Officer Tony. He looks a lot like Dana. I flew the C. H. forty-six e Twin Rotor helicopter and M v twenty two osprey a tilt rotor for the Marine Corps. I'm sure Captain Dana would enjoy at ride in either of those aircraft. Would I guess I wouldn't I'm currently flying for West Coast regional carrier who until recently flew routes for Acme but the company has not renewed to continue flying routes for Acme and is quote still searching for it's true north I also recently moved to Huntington beach and live just outside the initial approach fix for the less into long beach so so we have a great location for plane-spotting from our yard and just by the way Huntington Beach Long Beach as very close to where I grew up in Los alamitos I cut the snippet from episode three eighty eight that Captain O'Hara go Captain Jeff grew up in Lakewood just north of Long Beach. My wife grew up in Lakewood and was an altar girl at her Catholic Church Saint Ciprian possibly one of the first maybe she means her father because I I don't think it was the first church in Lakewood Amway but that was an attempt to humor. Her father also went to Lakewood high school. Although he graduated waited nine hundred seventy one so he would have been a few years ahead of Captain Jeff. I know you probably didn't overlap with any of these but found it's rare to hear of anyone actually from Lakewood California L. A. -Fornia as it is not a very large city tucked in among all the other cities in Los Angeles and Orange County's. My wife usually just claims long beach when she he is telling people where she's from and just a side note here I did contact them and say Yeah I was until I was about three or four. I lived in Lakewood but then we moved to Ross mawr slash. Josh Los Alamitos and anyway had a nice private conversation with Bruce and and usually when I I tell people you know aren't they say oh southern California where are you are you familiar with southern California and I usually start with like long beach seal. You'll beach Huntington beach and then they say oh yeah we all those areas and I say okay Los Alamos to be exact anyway moving on as far as the resources I mentioned here they are Vandenberg Missile Launches You mentioned a story and episode three eighty eight about testing delivery of mail with a missile or missile for those of you in the the UK while male is not being delivered by missile. They are still launching missiles out of Vandenberg Air Force Base in the West Coast. There's a mailing list that you can sign up for to be alerted when missiles are going to launch. This is helpful for anyone flying to know there might be something out there. These launches are visible from from much of the southern California area especially close to the shoreline. I've been able to see several space x rockets that must be cool to watch and he gave us a link to the mail list. I guess you can sign up for these launch alerts and then this is my favorite the hanger in Douglas Park another fascinating piece of history in this area is the Douglas Park area on the north side of the Long Beach Each airport. This is where Douglas and then McDonnell Douglas and then finally bowing manufactured many famous aircraft see the attached plaque for the types in quantities of air fight airframes they built here you will note the MD Eighty md ninety in be seven seventeen airframes which which would be of interest to captains Jeff and Dana they have a food court called the hangar which is built to look like an old hangar. There is also a runway leading up to the building your your listeners might want to check out this great aviation themed establishment and enjoy many types of food I especially enjoyed the wide selection of IPA's a is available we found lots of inside and outside seating and a play area for the kids and when I wrote Bruce Back said sounds like a great place for a meet up if I ever or get back out there to that area of the country and it gives us a a google maps your L. to find the hangar at the Long Beach Municipal Airport he says I know treks to the West Coast or rare for any of you but I will keep an eye out for any meet ups or a possible in the meantime I'm keep the blue side up and the Ip as flowing bruce and then he has some pictures here he mentioned the the plaques and I thought was interesting Dana I didn't realize a lot of great airplanes by the way starting with the nineteen forty one of the C forty seven on sky train B Seventeen Flying Fortress a twenty six invader the amazing number of very prominent women at airplanes in US aviation history but the D. C. nine's listed and they have the number of DC nine's that were actually produced and that number is nine hundred fifty six and then I moved down to the MD eighty line and says one thousand one hundred and ninety one. I I didn't realize that they made more mad dogs than they did. The DC nine yeah that's quite interesting because if you think of all the mad dogs here you that we know of not make airline operate especially here in states use them right American in the useless acme well well when Delta to yeah to you acme and over so and then of course allegiant had a a very modest fleet of them but beyond threes thank me to include them all Americans head almost four hundred of them the MD the eighty and this plaque. I think covers all all series I and then you think about acme slash in also a Delta one hundred twenty eight hundred and thirty somewhere around there but that's all the major operators. I can think of that airplane Gee. I'm sorry to be away so so you know what I mean. There's so many other airlines that we know of flew the DC nine. That's why I was kind of surprised as you probably are as well yeah. It's it's anyway what's irritating me. He is seen that be seven seven one seven because it has nothing to do with Boeing as mcdonnell-douglas Park known as an MD ninety five that as jeff was reading through this and he went through the part that said I douglas and McDonnell Douglas and Boeing there was an audible word for me for that actually yeah. I didn't hear the end. He must have been a unit or something muted McDonnell Douglas Zimbabwe basically yeah. I don't think that Boeing actually technically the mall maybe they were in charge for some of the last C. Seventeen or produced. I guess perhaps yes e- seventeens C. Seventeen. You just say sorry yeah never mind. Maybe I'd just inhale problem. I probably said B.'s. MD Nazis seventeen so little outdated yeah but they did make them there at the long beach seventeen I think so it wasn't that one of the things in the plaque back I late nineteen forty two. They produced three thousand on the site. That's a lot I always kind of joke around that. you know I was born in Long Beach and so was the airplane that I fly so it was almost like Qismat that flying that jet meant it wasn't meant to be apparently anyway and Bruce were very intrigued by the the hanger and there is some concern though about their runway designation region sixty eight. I didn't even notice that but that is a little odd and wouldn't want to duck doc under on this runway. Be WanNA stop. Stop the full of mix. If you're wondering what we're talking about you need to look at the show..
"lakewood high school" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"For the summer and I guess I they, they weren't relieved enough to not allow me to pursue the dream because that summer. I saw an audition notice for a get this musical theater. Conservatory in New York City. The Big Apple the my favorite place in the whole wide world. So, yes, I said, musical theater. Yes. So I'm very so small niche. Yes. Isn't it? That's a small niche. It is a niche. Oh. So actor, okay, I'll become. So I saw this. And I said, okay, well, I will become a Broadway actress, now you have to become the triple threat the song dance and actor, you know it. Yes. And oh my gosh. I really good. If you actually want to go into that thing because, you know, that's a rare breed, these days, people that can do all. Oh, yeah. It's it's certainly not easy. This is really the kind of thing that you have to be a dancer at four or five years old. You have running. It's those people who are Broadway stars and performance, but I said, you know what I can do this? I don't even know how I mean I did some use ical 's in, in highschool few years prior, right? Yes, you are talking to the twelfth grade. Lakewood high school, New Jersey, Danny Zuko will we in Greece? Okay. Not too. I was now you know, go didn't have to dance. He moved. He did move. Okay. But the Danny's Zuko I was in the twelfth grade high school school. Play was not was not good. He wasn't good at all or not good at dancing, or not good at singing, or not good at any of those things. I think I had the closest look and I was the most involved in performing arts. And again, they took a chance on me. You know, I could pull it off. I can learn the lines. I can show up to rehearsal. I can give it a good effort so up dancing to, to this day, I can't move I can't. And singing I was perhaps a little bit of a better singer in years past. But I'm I was thinking back to my days on that Lakewood, high school stage as, as Danny Zuko as the lead Danny in grease. And if you, you do know everybody knows that there is false Seto in that show. That's what it's about. Right. That's that like high note. Yes. Yeah. I couldn't do that. I don't know how I even I don't even want to think how embarrassing the show the show or performance might have been. But I had I had some thoughts that. Well, you know what I did? I did. I didn't use it with either a couple of times here and there, I'm going to audition, for this musical theater in New York because I want to I want wanted. Yes, so my mom brings me into this musical theater. Conservatory to audition that summer in New York, and it was an acting singing and dancing on dishing. And as my journey. Would have it somehow they accept me into the program. It's a two year musical theatre conservatory program in the heart of the Upper West side of New York City, and I'm now nineteen years old. And you think you're in the movie fame and, and or Flashdance, one of the. Wow. Still true. Yeah. That must've really nail that audition. Good for you. You know that, that's an achievement in and of itself. So be happy about that. Yeah. I mean I love I love my story. I love my credits. I love what I was able to experience not entirely. Sure. How people said, yes, you come on. But hey, isn't that life? When you look back on the collective moments. You're like, okay. Well, I guess they all did lead here. Right. Miraculously, somehow, you're really good at fooling people. That's what you think. That's what I always thought they bought it. While we could we could spend the whole episode on just that know. Again, I think we're all just, you know, giving our best where we're winging it, we're putting in our all and seeing seeing we're, we're, we're winds up flicking shit at the wall and seeing what sticks. Two years musical theater program pretty neat. That's fun. Really? Yeah. And it was and I did complete that nobody asked me to leave, which was amazing. In fact, I was able to at the same time because now I'm in New York I feel part of the Broadway musical theater. And got that what am I? Yeah. Yeah, I got the vibe. I got industry knowledge now while I'm training I am actually able to audition for quote unquote, real productions and the summer between the two years is when I got my very first professional gig meeting. Somebody actually handed me a weekly paycheck. It might not have been a lot, but it was money that, you know, American dollar that they were paying me to say. Yes, and it was this is this is what I love about. It was I I got Got this. the summer stock theatre. I got the spend the summer on the beach of Long Beach island LBJ, New Jersey for three to four months, walking my towel off doing exactly what I loved musical, theater and perfecting my craft and being among other performers and again, getting paid for it. I'm like this is amazing. So I right there. It really is. And I'm like, I am going to make a living out of this. This is gonna ride me into the sunset. Yeah. When I got back for the next year my, my roommate at the time and I we one of the things we had in common was we realized we are terrible dancers. We are in the same like dance class, and we were aware enough to know that this is this is very humorous that, like, we are we're not the typical dancers, where. Actually not very good. We get into way more often than not right are teachers know this. So we used to make each other laugh a lot, and we realized that we, we have something here like the way, we're like just just, just creating this these, these dialogues and these characters together in the scenes we quickly realized that we have a very similar style of comedy. Okay. That we that we can do something with. So we both graduated with honors the musical theater conservatory, but because we acknowledged, you know what? That's not really our strength, our passion. But what we have here. There's something amazing here between us. So we wound up spending seven years together in New York, and on the road, performing and writing and creating and doing films together were like we were like a modern day Abbott and Costello. Oh with a very Seinfeld twist. And we got we got an after dance. So true we were. Basically doing like sketch, or, or exactly. Okay. Yeah. It was our own material rank about Mike. I said like an Abacus stellar watch them. They do they do stick. We did allowed stick, and it was our own stuff that it was. It was our own unique brand of comedy, and it worked, and it was just good. It was a great moment in time. A lot of wonderful credits in that, and then we eventually went our separate ways. And you know, there's, there's no real easy time when you're in the arts as a performer. And so I had to I was now living in New York and alone. Absolutely true. Yeah. People think as I'm sure it is. But it's not cheap now or easy. I mean my goodness, there's so much agony so much agony you are. I mean, I again, let's connect the dots from the whole theme here, I was always needy desperate seeking approval. In the reason I was all in this world is because I was seeking the external validation, every, every four months. And you knew that, that drug hit of people adoring you basically. Yeah. And it comes so few and far between even even when you get it, let's say you're performing eight shows a week and you get it an hour later. You're back home alone, and you realize nobody's here to validate the yeah, I haven't story about that became go ahead. Yeah. So I'll be brief because the show is about you. But I went through that it's about us. Jeff, it's about you. People heard my stories way too many times. But I did this, this talent show while I was like eighteen or nineteen I was in the air force in the air force has the base level every base in the air force has a base level talent show. And I was in, and then, and then if you win right, then you go up through this hierarchy of air force, he performance sort of like thing. And then if you win all of these competitions then you get you get put on this air force traveling team called tops in blue and you take off of your job, and you go do this variety show for the air force. That's amazing. Yeah. So I was in stand up comedy slash MC. Okay. And I think I did what did I do? I got first place in MC of three MTA's. So that was. That was, I think I was probably legitimately. The coolest MC now there was only two people in stand up and the other guy was really. And, and I was less bad. But equally bad just slightly less bad. So I got number two of to no. Yes. No, I got number one of two, which was less impressive, I would say so I, I didn't like stand up. But anyway, I'm diverging here. So I got done with that. The first night I did the MC and everybody just really, really loved it. I was like, I'm this. I was just like it was that drug feeling of, like you know what it feels like right from yet. Remember that I hit. That felt so good. There was this little voice in me saying, this feels good. Right. It's geared me it felt so good. Does that make any sense to you? Yeah. So were you thinking of pursuing this fulltime? It was just the seed, that just said, no, no. I wasn't the other side story was was my commander, wouldn't let me go do the next thing. So I knew going into this show that I was, I wasn't going to get the travel, even though I had qualified, and I could have gone to the next thing, and maybe gotten into the big show that wasn't even an option because there was this policy, but. It wasn't. No, I wasn't thinking about doing this for life. I was just doing it because I did it I school. But at the point of the story that I wanted to say is just there was the seed of like, oh my God, I can't believe how could this? I've never felt this amazing in my life ever. Yeah. It's a couple of hours and then you go to bed, and then, then you feel like you're nary schlub again, but we're her couple hours..
"lakewood high school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Barker's rwanda. Abby. Dan. Welcome to front range, focus. I'm Susan Witkin. Our topic today is a tough one. And it's a topic that is important and it needs to be talked about it's about the epidemic of teen depression, anxiety and suicide my guest today is curry Eckerd. Cari is the executive director of Robbie's hope foundation. Curry knows firsthand the horrors of teen suicide. Cari, welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. I want to express my condolences for you and your family for losing your son Robbie to suicide not long ago. Thank you with Robbie's loss. You started an organization called Robbie's hope foundation. Tell us about it. On October eleventh just this past fall. Our fifteen year old son Robbie die by suicide. Raby was fifteen years old eight months and twenty two days that says staff that no parent should know about their child. He was a sophomore Lakewood high school and my husband, and I were at parent teacher conferences when Robbie took his life. We were at conferences. And we heard about what a great student Robbie was we knew that. But we also heard that he was approachable and willing to help kids that didn't understand the material. He had that type of personality was always looking out for others. So there were no red flags at home north school. No, his friends. His teachers Jason is sister. Everyone is in shock. It's just so uncharacteristic of Robby. Robby was an athlete. He played tennis. He was a swimmer a good student. He was very empathetic. We actually learned after his death that he helped a few kids last year deal with their own struggles. They came to him because he he offered a listening ear, and he was just he didn't charge people rather. Just a great kid. Yes. Sounds like a great kid with a great mom, dad and sister, and yet Robbie still was suffering. Yeah. The organization Robbie's hope foundation. What are you doing? Well, Jason I decided very quickly. We learned what an epidemic. This truly is in our state and our nation, and we decided that this has to change and that no parent should do what we were doing. So we came up we just kind of selected the word hope I said we can figure that out later, and we learned that hope stands for hold on pain ends in the mental health world. We started meeting with teens within a few weeks Robbie staff and the group grew rapidly. The purpose of just initially just to learn from the teens directly what they see the issue of. You know, how does it? How does the friend die by suicide friend that doesn't show any signs, and we just have learned so much from these kids depression, that's really real. It's it's. Rampant over fifty percent of high school and middle school kids have dealt with over two weeks of depression in the last calendar year. That's high kids. They don't feel like they can talk about how they're feeling and I have to change. Otherwise, suicide numbers aren't gonna go down. We are trying to educate kids that suicide is not an option. Never an option suicide is preventable being real. And just talking about how you feel really helps. Then there's people who care about you. And there is always someone who will listen. Well, hopefully, we can get word out by front rains, focus. I'm Susan Witkin. And my guest today is curry Eckert. She is the executive director of Robbie's hope foundation, and she's Robbie's mom who started this organization to hopefully end the epidemic of teen depression, anxiety and suicide so with Robbie's hope foundation and all these kids with whom you're working. What are you guys? Doing listening to the kids understanding the. Or the problems through there is and how they feel and we're just trying to empower the tends to find the solutions to these problems. They have it just don't have the vehicle to get it done. And we feel like we can help them with that thirteen driven team led solutions to the problems of teen depression, Teaneck society, teen suicide your group is now working on the hopeful drive. Tell us about that right within probably about six weeks. The kids were like we want to do something. There's something can be done until we came up with an idea. It's a fundraiser. It's called the hopeful drive. We have right now over twenty area schools in the metro area involves over two hundred teens, and they're just taking to the streets. Taking two anybody. That's gonna listen and sharing and just making people aware of the issue and the epidemic of teen depression, teen, teen suicide raising money. Is just a minor. Just a bonus of this. It's really just creating awareness and empowering kids to be able to talk about things that are affecting their age group. So do you have schools involved too? There's over twenty area schools in the metro area from Lakewood, Golden, Bear creek Green Mountain. Holy Family Jefferson, academy. Why Gacy in Broomfield Pomona? Sure. But letting the administrators teachers psychologists everybody in that realm who kids work with on a regular basis. Right now. It's the kids going to all those people the kids that are driving this, and yeah, the administrators and the teachers starting to listen, and they're starting to just see what an issue. This is initially when there's a suicide in a school. There's a lot of myths, and there's a lot of stigma and a lot of adults feel like if you talk about these issues, it makes it happen. And that's so far from the truth. And so that's what the kids are learning. And yes, we have a group of counselors that have worked with our group of kids. We have some programming that we wanted to develop and we need professionals more than just parents helping us and helping the teams, but everything that Robbie's hope is doing is really driven by the teens. The executive director of Robbie's hope foundation is with me today on front range, focus, Cari, Eckert lost her son to suicide and he was spurred on by that tragedy. Thirty to start Robbie's help foundation to really help other teenagers deal with this depression, anxiety, suicide all these things that kids are dealing with. But sometimes not so overtly and a lot of kids wanna be perfect these days, they do they do. I wish you know, that Robbie would've sodas something wrong. I really feel like he was he was so self driven. And he was having such great success and the pressure that he was probably putting on himself from the from how we have raised our kids as a community and the society in twenty nineteen and has to change kids are allowed.
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