35 Burst results for "Nineteen Year"
Revisiting the Details of the Tulsa Race Massacre With Elizabeth Taylor
"This starts monday. May thirtieth nineteen twenty one. It's memorial day in tulsa oklahoma and the rest of america so a nineteen year old boy named dick rowland. Who is a shoeshine that works nearby. He goes into the drexel building. Three nineteen south main street and he gets into the elevator because he needs to right up to the top floor. Because that's the only place where there's a blacks only restroom in the entire area on. And he has a black man and so he has to go. There is the only place you can go right. So this elevators operated by a seventeen year old white girl named sarah page so they at the very least seen each other before because she's the only elevator operator in the elevator on the drexel building and he's clearly had to had to use that restroom at the top of that building before so soon after dick rowland enters the elevator a clerk at drexel's first floor clothing store ren burg's here's a woman scream from the elevator so that clark rushes out to see a black man running from the building and then he goes into the elevator area to find sarah page still in the elevator and what he described as a quote distraught state. So the clerk assumed. Sarah's been assaulted and he calls the police. The police arrived. They speak with sarah. There is no written statement on the record. it's never taken none as ever taken. The police began an investigation and the exact details of what actually happened in. The elevator are still unknown but most people believe that dick either trip wall. He was walking into the elevator and fell and grabbed sarah's arm to steady him saw or he stepped on her foot as he walked into the elevator and then grabbed her so she wouldn't fall over but there is basically physical contact and the it's likely she screamed because she was startled by it. I saw dick immediately ran knowing that the worst would be assumed about his actions and his intentions no matter how innocent the incident actually so dicko's to his mom's house in the greenwood district
Jalen Green Is a Lock to Go in the Top Four
"We turn our attention to another consensus top five. Pick former or five star prospect. Jalen green he was actually ranked second in the class of two thousand twenty. Twenty two twenty four seven sports. He's a six foot six hundred seventy eight pound nineteen year old guard from california who skipped college to play for the g. league night price of five hundred thousand dollars. He averaged seventeen point. Nine point four point one rebounds and two point eight assists in thirty two minutes per game shop forty six point one percent from field on thirteen point six tips per game. He shot thirty six point. Five percent from three on five point seven tenths per game. He was the team's leading score in best three point shooter. I've seen him as high as third in some drafts. I haven't gone forth behind k. cunningham. Jalen son evan. What more can you tell us well. Yeah he's shot. Fifty five percent from two thirty six point. Thirty six percent from three point range and sixteen games at that g. league ignite level. He does have you know yes. What more can i tell you for. Most people listening there is the allure somewhat of the unknown here. I mean only the diehard diehard nba draft have been keeping consistent tabs on jalen green whereas if he had gone to college he would quite clearly be known commodity. He would most certainly play for bruce. Pearl at auburn. Had onto college. And that would. Certainly things would have gone different. I think for the tigers last season if that had been the case green himself by the way tweeted back in may he tweeted and then subsequently deleted. Because this isn't exactly the greatest endorsement for the daily. He said i know for a fact. If i would have gone to college it would have been a different talk about. Who's going number one. He might well be right. But that's the that's the that's the status of the g. league ignite program at this point and that's to be expected by the way. But hey listen you're not gonna go number one because you didn't go to college but he got paid five hundred thousand dollars and you're going to go second third or fourth and i think that's a trade off the quite clearly jalen is comfortable with
Jon Levy - How to Build Deeper Connections with Anyone
"So let's dive in by understanding a little bit about why human connection is so important we all know. It's important intuitively. Can you put some words around it for us. Oh for sure. So i'll just start off by saying i grew up. Pretty lonely was super kid. And i didn't really quite fit in. This was like before you could actually have cool geeks now. Everybody likes marvel superheroes back then. It was me and like three other kids in my school. So the weird thing is. I thought that that was like a unique experience. Because i would see shows on television where like everybody was hanging out and everybody had friends. Even the geeks and as i was researching my new book. You're invited. I came across something pretty startling in one thousand nine hundred eighty five the average american had just about three close friends besides family by two thousand four must in a generation later. We were down to just about to so nineteen years. We lost a third of our close social ties besides family and that is terrifying terrifying for two reasons. One is that we'd like to blame things. Like social media and technology the real culprit is probably people moving more for work or after school and it resets their social ties but now that trend is probably progressed and with the pandemic and people being locked in their homes and avoiding physical contact. That numbers probably even lower and for me. The most concerning thing about that is that research. From brigham young looked at what are the actual greatest predictors of human long jetty especially the ones that are in our control and after genetics. Which we can't really control for and i'm meeting meaningful way. At least not yet to is close social ties of close friends or family and number one is social integration which is essentially measured by the number of social contact. You have throughout the day
DAPR With Cecil Phillip
"So yeah it's not been too long since we've had you on. Would you give our new listeners. A little bit of an introduction to you And then kind of catch us up with what you're working on these days sheriff shirt so Like y'all mentioned on a developer advocate microsoft's of been in this role for about three and a half years. Now it doesn't like three and a half years book you know time flies when you're having fun. Yeah born arisen antiga man. I lived in the caribbean. Until i was about nineteen years old and came to florida for school and college and stuff like that. And just kind been here ever since I've had the opportunity to work with a lotta great folks across a few different industries. I i used to work on healthcare at one point again as a software developer. I wasn't a doctor anything. So don't send many questions i did stock trading for a little bit i used to write like stocks ratings off for a little while I also worked for a company that the nyc. Hr is service for a little bit and that was pretty fun but i'll always being dot net right all dot net and web. Api's and distributed systems and that type of and so. I think if if one thing that i can see like throughout my career has always been about like creating distributed systems an interconnecting different services and in long before we had the term micro services quote unquote in long before. We'll get the next term next year. Whatever whatever next term will be It's it's always just been about. How can we find Clean an interesting way to like inter operate between differences. So i think if i take a look at what i'm doing now What i think is very different from what used to do before so before i used to work on products you know. I spent ten years working on products with other people's products. I don't work on products anymore. I can't say this with you. I don't have any standups or deadlines or we'll have deadlines but not looking up code. I have to check in for a certain day or anything like that
Arlington National Cemetery: Honor, Hope & Healing
"Visit arlington national cemetery to pay respects to contemplate the cost of war to understand history. If you're gonna kennedy's brave and the tomb of the unknown they're all serve the same vicinity. Wiki with my. Abc's colleague. james meek the tourists go to see the changing of the guard but the rest. The cemetery is pretty quiet with the exception of section sixty sections sixty is where the dead from the united states. Wars in afghanistan and iraq are buried seventeen years ago. This was an empty field. Scott to be at least one hundred rows of tim steiner. If the cemetery was just this it would be a lot and the thing about this section is. This is not people who died of old age. These are people who fell in battle. I know at one time. They called this cemetery the living cemetery because so many young people here in the wars. Were still ongoing. So you still have cazar these people being buried here so it's called the living cemetery so many people were here visiting. The davis still comes every sunday as she has for nearly the last fifteen years since her only son. Justin davis was killed. Coming up on fifteen years you say. Wow you know who who's still remembers the other than family and close family and friends in all of arlington each headstone. In section sixty tells a story private first class. Justin davis was a nineteen year old infantrymen when he was killed in afghanistan. June twenty fifth. Two thousand six. It's comforting for me to come here and just sit and you know helps. Keep life in perspective for me. This is my arlington bag and this bag. What's his Back in school in highschool believe it held up. of course i've done some stitching on it. But he's got all sorts of supplies in there. It's my arlington bag. Has got scissors. Kickers scott eight each week. All the tidies her son's headstone. She make sure there's a laminated photo of him and flowers.
Why You Don't Need to Love What You Do
"When i started my entrepreneur journey about nineteen years ago. I really struggled with starting a business that i could stick with for a long period of time because i was convinced or i was told that i have to love it every moment and it has to be my passion. It has to be my calling. And it's so grandiose it so hard to do something that you love every single day and then i realized that's a bunch of bs you don't need to do you love most people. Don't even the most highly successful people in the book. Grit by angela. Wf she talks about olympic athletes swimmers in particular she interviews all of them and she asked him the question. Do you love swimming pretty logical question. I mean if you're a gold medalist you probably love swimming. Riots your passion. The answer was very interesting. This particular gold medallist said. Do i love swimming. Are you asking me if i love waking up at four in the morning so i can jump into a cold pool and spend two hours doing laps looking at nothing but a blue line on the bottom of the swimming pool floor having a really restricted diet. Non being able to eat what. I love having to study film having to train six to eight hours a day to work towards one event every four years. No of course. I don't love that. But i'm willing to do that because i love being champion. I love being great at what i do. And that answer was goal to me because that's exactly the reality of the world. That's the reality of success. People will put up with hard work things that they would never do. The right mind because it's painful. Why do they do it because they want to win because they want to be successful because they want comes with that success so if you wake up every morning and you are not smiling ear to ear every minute of the day when you do the work you need to do for your business. It doesn't mean you're in the wrong business. It doesn't mean you can't be successful.
Nurse Leadership and Innovation with Lynda Benton and Rhonda Manns
"Talk about how your organizations are adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. And maybe this is one that that you kick us off with. Linda sure will be for covert. Obviously you know. The world looked a little bit different. But i think there's a lot of things we learned in the pre covid world and of course what we learned in the past year certainly the. Us health system as a whole is greatly strained. There's greater patient demands resource demand systematic demands. You know impacting and of course all of that got worsened by the pandemic. I think it staring to say. I think we we also saw a really clear picture of this. At how nurses are really on the front line leading every day and healthcare and what the listeners may not know that nursing is actually the largest and the most trusted segment of the healthcare. That's nineteen years running in the gallup poll. So what we found in our research saw that despite all of the background and the experience that nurses bring to healthcare the resources in this innovative thinking how they put patient you know needs i. What we have found is that the impact of nurses is often underestimated and their expertise is underutilized and healthcare and the company. We think it's high time to change that because we really believe that to move healthcare forward and really make the transformative changes that we need to make. We know we need to make. We need nurses to play hero. Not so we're jj estate where we really are focused on elevating and advocating and empowering nurses to really drive that healthcare change that we know so desperately needed today. A couple of examples of what we're doing for example is really how we're working to support nurses and helping to improve and hone and strengthen their innovation muscles that we know are innately part of the nursing mindset. And that's where we do things like nurse hack for health hackathon and the quickfire challenge series as well as another podcast that we lead with the way quasi now but it's all about really helping to lead healthcare transformation and getting ready to do that. Well those are some some fantastic initiatives and it sounds like it's deeply embedded in the dna of the organization of j. and j. this belief that nurses are making a huge difference and we need to recognize and utilize their talents. More absolutely to your point and we did say that nursing is part of our dna because we really believe that to really drive the change. We need to drive. Nurses are gonna play a critical role. There's four million nurses in the us fall and about one ninth position and the nurses work in every corner of from unity so they have a huge impact in terms of how healthcare is delivered
Wendy Williams' Take on Why Ellen DeGeneres Is Leaving
"Wendy is doing what she does. Best throwing major shade and giving her unfiltered take on. Why ellen's really leaving I believe she's leaving because the workplace conditions nineteen years on. Tv doesn't change your life. It exposes you for the person that you really are. I'm not sure that all the guests are happy. I was a guest. I wasn't happy. I don't know whether she told her current staff though. She seems like the type of person that would come out on stage and announce to everybody and people are looking at the tv issue saying like what what what just happened the ease at which windy just spills t. She's just like i wasn't happy what we do. Those super cuts of wendy. Just telling it like it is is my favorite thing and you know what it is. It's because of her radio experience. She can just flow like no one else and by the way she is saying what everyone is thinking and does not hold back. I love watching her hurting. This is why we watch wendy. Williams could watch an hour of wendy's sitting in that purple chair by herself with no
Towns, Edwards Stick up for Each Other After Timberwolves Loss to Heat
"While john. You're at the center of a pretty entertaining moment at a press conference. Recently after the timber wolves played against the heat and their former teammate. Jimmy butler can you tell us about the exchange you had with t. Wolves players anthony edwards. And karl anthony towns after that game. Yeah it was entertaining. And that's for sure. Tiffany as people may know. Carla anthony towns and the timber wolves in general have a little bit of a history with jimmy butler. He orchestrated his way out of minnesota. A couple of years ago there was no love. Lost so the timber wolves. Replaying the heat in miami. And it was a kind of renewal of the good tidings. If you might say between. Karl anthony towns jimmy butler kurlansky. Towns are really going at it. And they're gonna call technicals on jimmy. You picked up some of that. Otherwise people listen for themselves until after the game of course we have to ask our towns about that. Where where your emotions running high at that point where we're going through your head is that game came to an end there. It just so happens that he and anthony edwards doing a joint press conference and anthony edwards really kind of stepped in and took the reins mandate grown man. Let me just talking having a regular compensation gagged me me. Y'all come to see us compete. It's no competition. If we not six it was just a really illuminating kind of exchange tiffany because here's a nineteen year old rookie. Who understands that. The veteran right by his side has never been one that wants to engage in the public kind of mudslinging that jimmy butler let many players in the nba enjoy. Doing he always wants to stay above that. And anthony edwards understood. That and said i'm gonna make sure that squash this before it becomes a major thing and he did just that
Russian governor: School shooting in Kazan kills 7 students
"A Russian governor since the school shooting has erupted in the city of cosm killing four male and three female eighth grade students and leaving sixteen other people hospitalized the governor of the touchstone Republic which is because none of his capital says a nineteen year old terrorist who's been arrested adding other accomplices haven't been established an investigation is on the way footage of the school building show dozens of ambulances lined up in front of the entrance while school shootings a relatively rare in Russia they've been several violent attacks on schools in recent years mostly carried out by students I'm Charles de Ledesma
The Wrongful Conviction Of Joseph Webster
"It was april of two thousand and five and joseph webster had been sitting in tennessee state. Prison for nearly three years. He was serving a thirteen year sentence for selling cocaine. Joseph said he had a chance to go up for parole. He was hoping to go home early. He was twenty six years old at the time and then things took a drastic turn. Joseph was notified. He was being charged with the murder of a man. Named leroy owens someone that he said he had never met in tennessee. That meant he was facing a life sentence or even the death penalty would stay doing heartbreak on family. They will buy cheese perfectly covault and eighties again. I have leery. Owens was skilled in november nineteen ninety eight when joseph was just nineteen years old several years before he went to prison for selling drugs. Leroy's murder was brutal. He was beaten over the head with a cinderblock several times. The case remained unsolved for seven years. The moment after hearing the news is a blurred joseph. Not only was he not going to go home. He now had to prepare for trial behind bars. He thought of his three young sons and his mom. Marie burns who had been waiting patiently for his release. You know he called me so mama they trying to say keo some bad as a about us. Judson ju is added. Do it is added not do that.
The Future of Digital in Automotive
"Semiotics. It's great to have you on the show this morning. Yanic you've been in in the digital space for a long time. Four years with to mazda spent nine years with tdk and a further three years with madeira. Us live sleep and dream the whole digital spice your entrepreneur. You'd beat in this digital special. Long time greg me afa pronounce some of the names incorrectly. But you being a co founder of two intelligent building hardware and software company and you for nearly eight years. You've been a partner with full gear. We've enable twelve years and he's currently with him at at the moment so it's a called an identity software. you've also the founder madeira. Which you've been running for nearly nineteen years a customer experience digital me for the automotive industry so long time in the market i think the digital background one hundred percent and size really great to have you onboard and that we really looking forward to talking to you this morning and quits for hunting us. Yeah thank you. John and good morning from sunny. Estonia nah gentleman. I'm going to ask some questions listeners. Just to get them familiar with the background of estonia. Why are we interviewing some automotive digital guys from estonia if you could help us that place just with some background on. Where is estonia at. And why is this tiny at the forefront of digital and also any government support in helping businesses in the digital space in the first question We are located. We north most states. We are fifty miles from From finland across the sea and we ordering with the russian federation
Using the Power of Google and Digital Advertising With Michael Halbmeier
"With me today is michael. Held meyer of clear digital marketing. Welcome michael thanks for having me paul. You're welcome so michael. I'm just going to give you a quick background. On michael's company clear digital is an internet marketing company specializing in seo services at seo consulting pay per click management and digital analytics. And maybe that's a plate place to start off. Michael maybe tell us a little bit about what is digital analytics and also you know. Why should we even be thinking about. Yeah thanks So i guess maybe started a little bit more on the my background just to maybe you know why i might be an authoritative voice. Okay one today. So i've been in digital My entire professional career rich's Rounding out to nineteen years. now and i i guess i've gone through a number of different agencies and i've worked with National and international brands All the way through to startups. And i think what i've learned there is that with with analytics. There's so much data that is available for every one of the big challenge is. I don't think it's data shortage. It's an insights shortage because The challenges are so many different metrics that we can look at and oftentimes. It's you know which one should we look at first and foremost than what i come across more often than not is a lack of understanding which is understandable. Because you know it's it's a it's a big vast complicated space so when it comes to analytics really at the end of the day It comes to qualified lead so the only thing should be tracking our As your your main keep your is are Phone calls emails. Inform submit certainly in this particular Industry in
Family of Indianapolis FedEx Shooter Issues Apology to Victims
"A heartfelt apology from the family of a teenager accused of shooting up a fed ex facility in indianapolis in a statement. Relatives said they're so sorry for the pain and hurt. They also said they tried to get him the help he needed. The gunman has been identified as nineteen year old brandon. Scott home authority. Say it took him just a matter of minutes to shoot and kill eight people and then kill himself for the victims. Were shot and killed in the parking lot of the fedex facility and four more were fatally shot inside the building. thursday night. Faulk says christina kalman four of the people who died were members of the city's sikh community at a vigil last night other members of the community called for gun
Vigil Held for Employees Slain During FedEx Shooting
"Vigils were held this weekend. Following the mass shooting at a fedex ground facility that left eight people dead and several injured. Darian benson is with member station w. f. y. multiple fedex. Employees attended a vigil saturday along with community faith leaders and gun control action groups so day law is an employee at the facility. She says it is hard to find the correct words to describe the situation. But you see everything like mass shootings on the news in movies. But you never think it's going to happen to you and your friends de la. Oh says her ex coworkers are like extended family and she knew several of the deceased victims at another vigil representative. Andre carson acknowledged several other mass shootings. This year. live here. Indianapolis is real. It's real in boulder real in atlanta eight candles were lit to represent the eight deceased victims for npr news. I'm darren benson in indianapolis indianapolis now say the nineteen year. Old gunman legally bought two rifles. Used in the fedex shooting despite the confiscation of shotgun from his home last
How to Get the Whole Company Aligned
"Hey mike thanks for joining us today as a way getting started it gives a little background on yourself. Rx i guess been in a business to business sales for twenty years or so plethora of different Different types of business different. I guess birtles you could say most. Recently i've been doing a life safety security on an enterprise level and it's been a jury to say the least. It's been fun. It's been exciting. It's it's all been in sales. Ever since i was about nineteen years old or so was at a natural progression to get into sales her. It always been outgoing. Always like talking to people have always been encouraged psyche. Should be working with people he should be talking to people and there was through a my family actually had a printing business and i was told. Hey do you wanna try this out. So i got to get out there and i was never gonna just sit down in one place all time so it was really good at getting out talking to people and i've enjoyed it ever since. No call reluctance. No fear no nervousness. There's an adjustment. Yeah mean it's anytime you got out of these earn. Go ask them. You know those kind of our questions. It's there's an initial reluctance. But i've always found out the people really aren't other not really at burst and meeting new people as long as you're not trying to poach if you're not trying to push you're not trying to like rob them. You're not trying to china. If you're honestly trying to help. People people tend to enjoy that kind of company.
Suspect in FedEx shooting identified as 19-year-old man
"Authorities in indianapolis have identified the suspect from a deadly mass shooting at a fedex facility. Last night they say nineteen year old brandon whole shot and killed eight people and wounded several others before killing himself. A person familiar with the matter. Says whole is a former employee of the company.
Professional Poker Player Johnny Vibes on Getting in the Game
"I bring to you live cash game crusher and youtube phenom johnny vibes. Welcome to the show sir how you doing. I'm doing well nice to meet you and happy to be on nice to finally meet you as well and you know typically on this show we start at the same place and that place is where you know. Tell me the story of how you got involved with playing cards. Oh man so Is still so long ago. Now i've been in the game for about fourteen years Primarily playing for a living that entire time to you I just turned forty last week. Oh god is that a congratulations is not as i feel good. I felt fine with it. You know married. I'm happy with the place that i'm at live so it wasn't a somber birthday yet. i think the my path to poker was similar to a lot of people that are kind of in this time frame that like in the forties rain or thirty five to forty range. I was introduced from my brother who was like really kind of drawn. In by the moneymaker he started playing. Like in two thousand and four right after the that when it was always on. Espn he was like the right time frame. In his life he was eighteen. Nineteen years old playing in his friends baseman. And things like that. I had I had gotten a two year degree and In computer science. I was writing software for a company in indiana and we were living together and every day he would come home and he would hop on. I would come home. And he was on the computer. Just clicking buttons on party boker and pokerstars stars all these things in my mind. I'm like bro. you're just like what are you doing. You know like. I gave you the path i went to college. I have a job now. I'm making fifty thousand dollars a year in indiana. You could be doing this if you just quit. Throwing your life away on poker and It was a little bit of a back and forth on the older brother at. I'm supposed to be guiding him but slowly by slowly. I kept realizing that he was angry for life significantly through poker so i i started to open up my mind a little bit around and kind of watching him and he was like mentoring me without even knowing it
"nineteen year" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Movies in history that story's coming up from ed walls with a moment rock and roll history at seven fifty five it is seven forty one right now police say they seized a bullet proof vest empty shot gun and rifle boxes a gas mask empty ammunition boxes hard drives and other electronic devices from the northern Nevada apartment of the Gilroy garlic festival gunman Jim Roop is joining us now with the latest morning Jim good morning if this continues to unfold at least the mindset of the shooter the nineteen year old shooter who crossed the creek cut through a fence to get into the garlic festival on Sunday night in opening fire with an A. K. A. K. forty seven style rifle killing three wounding at least a dozen more this still no clear motive but we're getting an idea as to what that motive might be what is it well he posted a lot of or there's a lot of information leading to a mind set of white supremacy or that kind of ideology the reference to a book that was that was published in the late eighteen hundreds around eighteen ninety that has been used to buy white supremacists to pretty much confirm their ideology in the about mixed race is being inferior so on and so forth so that kind of stuff is leading police to at least on paper put some kind of motive together but still there's no indication as to what really triggered this bizarre and extreme action on the part of the shooter from all that counts his family's just the regular nice family in fact his brother was a was training at one point anyway as a boxer for the twenty twenty Olympics of his father apparently was a track and field star at one point just the you know your regular all American family if you will so it's it's unclear as to how he was radicalized if you can use that word or what drove him from his thoughts to these actions and I think that's what is really the focus of the investigation especially if he has connections to any group or any other person of like mine and the reason why that's important is because it could potentially on cover yeah another plan to exact this kind of carnage again by someone else or some other group so that the investigation is ongoing it's going to take a long time to process the scene you talk in several acres here of this crime scene they have to determine still if the bullets that killed the the people came from the same gun if not well that means there was a second shooter but law enforcement start to rule the whole second person thing out yeah I was gonna ask you about that because you first we we heard they were looking for somebody and after a couple of days I guess and we're starting to hear well maybe there was not a second shooter so does that mean they've stopped looking for one or no there's still looking because they say they were enough witnesses to give them pause as to move there might be a second person not necessarily a second shooter but someone in a support position for instance it in but what's leading law enforcement away from that is that they found video from the shooter that entire day at all the different stories that he visited all the wrong places in town that he visited and he was always alone so they're starting to think well maybe there wasn't a second person still not ruling it out completely yet of because they're still investigating all of the for the can the other tronic that they have season all the whatever else might be written down and analog wife in in either of those homes so they haven't ruled it out completely but the starting to go away from maybe a second person involved situation all right Jim thanks for bringing us up to speed on that story Jim reply from Los Angeles coming up the love between dog and man is an unbreakable bond but one woman recently took that connection way too far oil and you explain you happy with the relationship let's get.
"nineteen year" Discussed on KOMO
"Of nineteen year old camera cloud an eighteen year old briars McGill ski or on the run accused of killing the young couple trying to dis from the U. S. in her boyfriend Lucas valor from Australia and the cloud inch McGill ski are suspects in another murder of a man found at the site where they're burning truck was discovered at Selleck stone reporting new charges have been filed in connection with the murder in the linked in springs neighborhood in Seattle just two months ago we get new details from come was Greg Herschel king county prosecutors have now charge the father of the two men already accused of first degree murder in that case he's charged with taking part in the robbery that led up to the shooting death of Steven Sande William D. as seniors accused of driving his sons and their accomplices to and from the shooting scene and charging papers say it was all caught on surveillance video Seattle times reports the victim was selling heroin and methamphetamine out of his our feet and was known to regularly have a small amount of drugs and cash on hand Greg Herschel komo news a nineteen year old sky way man is charged with the armed robbery of one man and killing a witness king county prosecutors say low rent a van Gogh was arrested last week in connection with the shooting death of Angelo pope on June nineteenth in north Seattle The Seattle Times reports he remains in jail on two million dollars bond police obtained video surveillance footage from a nearby business before making the arrests of suspected burglar shot his way out of Puyallup south hill mall earlier today we get the story from Cuomo's Franklin Z. police say the guy got into the mall through the roof around six o'clock this morning witness indicated that a person was the shooting out the store fronts inside the mall and grabbing a bunch of clothes and things like that captain Ryan foreman says it looks like the twenty two year old Milton man shot out the glass doors at Macy's in order to get out of the mall police quickly condom they didn't have to fire any shots no one was hurt but the mall was shut down to early morning walkers Frank Lenzi komo news well she clearly wasn't there for the Chiluba come most Manda factor tells us about a strange sight at a fast food restaurant in the Portland area a sergeant with the Washington County sheriff's office was in line at a Taco Bell in Beaverton and she sees the car in front of our of the driver I'll call out of the car window and starts pouring it into the mouth of the Taco Bell employee through the drive through window detective say that peak to their sergeants curiosity and so as soon as the car pulls away from Taco Bell she pulls at driver over and she got arrested for D. Y. the twenty three year old woman was booked into jail the sheriff's office says her blood alcohol level was point one two Amanda factor come on who's you know think what you wish but probably just the most creative way of leaving a tip I've ever heard it's so you wanna look at it's three oh nine here come on using just something to be aware of it the color is a little bit different in hood canal this week it's transformed into such a bright shade of blue green it's actually visible from space here's como's Corwin ache satellite photos of hood canal show the water way has turned a shade of tropical teal resembling the carribean sea the reason a seasonal bloom of final plankton trapped by the canal steep and deep top barber fee like a Norwegian fjord and the water this in her account takes a long time to flush out to exchange itself with the Jan Newton is a university of Washington oceanographer the blue is not harmful to swimmers or wildlife but Newton says excessive final plankton and hood canal is a concern because it tends to deplete the waterways supply of oxygen Corwin hake komo news company this time three ten that means time.
"nineteen year" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Shaped like a nineteen year old, my man. Yes. That. Hey, thank you so much. It's a pleasure talking to you have a great day. I'll see down the road. Okay. Lupe have pro boykin our guest here on KOA. Let's get your home safely. It's five fifteen and I hear traffic is a mess. It is definitely a mess. That's for sure. And our getting some storms of the boulder area out toward long. You got some gusty winds in Broomfield area now toward Westminster, as now the storms read to it. But yeah, it's been a mess. And one of the biggest messes has been see for seventy eastbound C four seventy right lane still blocked at Wadsworth. They're trying to get a vehicle out of the way that was involved earlier crash. Expect delays there. Westbound C four seventy you've got a crash after university before you get to go back and that's got things jammed up across the highlands ranch area, your downtown drive has been very heavy by twenty-five in Evian. Both directions had earlier crashes on I twenty five downtown they've been clear. But really, if you go from C four seventy north on I twenty five urine heavy traffic all the way through downtown and past I seventy six and up into Thornton in northglenn. It does really break loose for you until you get up past one hundred and fourth, you're eastbound bowl deter by Dr heavy out of boulder coming up toward mccaslin. And then from Brookfield down I twenty five to seventies loaded up in both directions. Earlier crash, I twenty five up near Erie. I twenty five still running very heavy in both directions as you pass Irie Frederick, Firestone long and all the way up to meet to seventy another real slow drive had a crash westbound to seventy Vasquez that caused problems. But even where there isn't a crash reported. You've got a very heavy slow drive on this Friday afternoon. This is really a cruel way to get to the weekend. Your CBS four weather, nothing bad. They're partly cloudy tonight, tomorrow and on Sunday with an ever-present chance of.
"nineteen year" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Sports flash darwin's up diddy the sham source the captain of france when they won the world cup for the first time in history back in nineteen ninety eight and now twenty years later and russia the psalms was the manager leading france to their second world cup title they defeat croatia in the final today forty two more history was made in this one by nineteen year olds kilian mbappe people in the field that's john strong fox on the call and baba the first teenager to score in the final since palay did it back in nineteen fifty eight once again france winning twenty eighteen world cup beating croatia four to two novak djokovic made some history of his own completing his comeback by winning wimbledon for the fourth time djokovic defeated kevin anderson six two six two seven six for his thirteenth career grand slam title and has dry spell and majors is over as he wins for the first time since the french open back in two thousand sixteen both players were coming off ruling fiveset semifinal matches so novak what was the key coming back from injury but i had to really trust the process and i've said this before you know trust in myself i think that's a great great i'm very grateful i oh great great thanks to to my team to everyone who has been supporting me to baseball we go all thirty teams in action today is they wrap up the first half of their season before the allstar break let's get right to the scoreboard the orioles in front of the rangers six five top of the seventh meeting machado subject of multiple trade rumors he has four homer of the season back in the first inning the red sox going for their twelfth win and thirteen games leading the bluejays five two in the bottom of the eighth zander bogart's homework for the second straight game the indians have jumped in front of the yankees now five two on the top of the ninth michael brantley a go ahead homer in the bottom of the eighth and the nationals now all over the math a six to one in the bottom of the seventh inning the marlins doubling up the phillies ten five bottom of the eighth the braves looking to avoid the sweep against the b backs they lead at five one bottom automate the brewers have jumped in front of the pirates now five three bottom of the eighth inning the white sox all over the royals at nine zappa bottom of the six raise for twins one bottom five the tigers bleeding the astros now six to bottom of the seventh the cardinals doubling up the reds six three top five mike shelton his first game as interim manager after mike metheny was fired last night golf third round at the john deere classic michael kim in front at twenty six under a nine shot lead i'm darwin's the cbs sports app eats all the cbs sports radio you crave on your smartphone jetty free the google play in i tunes app store.
"nineteen year" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink
"The ultra worst i think that was number nineteen that was no that was the one with your nineteen year jews number something is around there it's in the mid twenties i think early on it's pretty revolting but it's also one of my favorites purely for the shock value people still comment about it yeah it really just ruins your whole day so you're welcome so if you would like to listen to that basically she was a wretched wretched woman who owned a lot of slaves and use them as torture toys and and so bette randolph was not as bad but is pretty well known in history for the cruel punishments she would put on her okay she only had twenty seven slaves which at that time was a lot but compared to the laurie mentioned there it wasn't twenty seven seems like a lot too though yeah so she had twenty seven and some of them survived and were able to talk about what happened so that's how they know that like how us pretty pretty rough right some actually believe that because of her mistreatment of the slaves that some of the lease actually put a curse on the house and that's one of the reasons why it's still haunted today mainly because one of the slaves eve had a baby named george george grew up to also be a slave and when he was around a teenager they hem and his mom eve became runaways slaves i won't get into the history but basically they were protected under general cornwallis during the right before the battle of yorktown which i know way too much about because they used to be a tour guide in york oh shit and one of the stops was the cornwall's cave where general cornwall's actually surrendered and that was the end be what does lucien war so yeah so i know too much about that so i'm gonna leave out alone okay but basically for a brief period of time he was protecting a lot of the slaves or they were under his share protection and then that changed so even though they were runaway slaves and were being protected by him the rule changed and then they had to go back after having and as if she's not treating them poorly she's pissed right so she ended up separating them no one knows what happened to george but evens it up surviving long enough to tell the story and supposedly she put across on the house so that's betty rent that's fucking rene fifth grade care interfax my thing about how cool she probably was god though so there's okay so the pain randolph house also had a lot of very hoity toity prestigious guests and looting thomas jefferson mainly though because thomas jefferson is actually paying randolph's cousin of course he is just for like you know hang bangs and like thanksgiving hang you spend a fucking five days back home and come back with this weird terminology so today the building is made of three distinct parts there's the west wing east wing and literally just called the middle port wing it's like east wing middle wing neutral wing middle portion was what i saw most often it is also a national landmark as of nineteen seventy so the peyton and his wife stayed there for a long time but following payton's death and.
"nineteen year" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Under the hood behind the scenes nobody really sees from the associated press burning bird falls from wire in germany torches dry field so police say a burning bird falling from an overhead electronic line set fire to a field in northern germany that was parched by dry weather torching sums seventeen acres of land police in the baltic sea port city of rostock said witnesses reported that the bird cause a short circuit in a railway power line and fell to the ground and flames the neighboring field then caught fire and more than fifty firefighters were deployed to tackle the blaze on tuesday evening really really again you are a firefighter and you come to find out the guy in the trench coat that's got the yellow pad their that's going through what caused the fire was it some kind of our sin let's take a look and see what was now it's burning bird falling from a wire torched a feel for seventeen acres that's insane that was always working always i mean i mean really some of these stories i wonder if they even real but then again if it's socio depress you gotta go with it that's that's the real deal they don't care what side the i'll report they see they got to report it i guess a burden hand is not better to the bush very very well said however two in the bush has always worked for me products breath under the hood behind the scenes nobody really sees driver tells police just a jogger not connected to the wreck so a police say that nineteen year old man flipped off lucy a nineteen year old man flipped his car madison wisconsin then fled the scene remote remove some clothes and pretended to be a jogger unconnected to the right the wisconsin state journal reports that the unidentified man made a lane change tuesday evening at the same time as another car he overcorrected hit the shoulder and his car overturned mike call he's he's the police chief says that the suspect fled and remove some clothing when officers caught with caught up with him he told them he was just an involved jogger that wouldn't work for me what a shaggy say it wasn't me i don't think that would work for me ran away from it i start start jogging near say there's no way you're joggers sir officers ticketed demand for failure to have control hit and run and operating the vehicle police say the test shows that the man was not impaired this is not a drunken trash he just a clown did they test them police tests show that the man was done impaired that's a bad driver nineteen year old man flipped his car fled the scene and remove closed pretend he was his jogging if my car flipped and i was in it i'll be petrified petrified shaking this guy had the state of mind to say let me grab my clothes yes and act as if i wasn't a driver and i'm just jogging right so avoided ticket yes please call up where are you going what what what what were you going just jogging just work it out amanda scrapes on your face say different just working out halfmarathon of doing for the blood on the back of your head from the glass no i'm going to be in waukesha half marathon for the kids at the broad stop you know can osha so we're doing this little half marathon just him witnesses sir oh you do oh not to mention that you dropped your license oh under the hood behind the scenes nobody really sees these kids you know i've been doing it for the broad stop gobi waukesha but you know it's no show so we're gonna have a great time and this getting my workout edge stuff so join right stay in shape yeah you'll guilty sir you know try a nice fake out but no it didn't work man all right what do you have so all of the news.
"nineteen year" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"My friends lissa world here over the last couple days bach sports again with the call nineteen year old killing bombay became the first teenagers since palay in nineteen fifty eight to score at least two goals in a world cup game he led france past argentina four to three leading his country to the quarterfinals meeting messy and company are gone it's the first world cup knockout stage match we're both teams score three plus goals since nineteen eightysix the round of sixteen then when belgium defeated the soviet union forward at three and pga's quicken loans national tiger woods with a sixty eight saturday it was frustrated as he entered the back nine three hundred and position to go even lower but at seven hundred for the tournament woods is tied for night heading into today's final round tiger six strokes back on the back nine didn't make them there are two as well so it was it was frustrating because i thought that ten under would have been a from and ask for the day and i could have easily gotten today on the back nine yeah you know these are all a little milestones i guess you could say playing under slower conditions cold initially this this year early which i thought was going to be the most difficult i didn't know how back would react to play in like was in the forties warming up there and implying early this week is just you know how fit and i know my legs are strong mall the legwork we've done and so i don't know how a problem with my strengthened my endurance it's just a matter of keeping focused in the today was may some early talk on that back nine every missile back nine except for eighteen were all high side i've just blew through three holes in our three putts in a row and frustrating i don't mind hitting good putts and have not going if i hit the ball on my line with my speed i if it goes on and goes in great muslims i'm rolling ball on my line with my speed if i can do that like i've done most of my career let's go in you're gonna have days when you don't make them so be it as long as i can keep doing that consistently i'll have my share where i will make plus like i did earlier on the front nine today like i did yesterday abraham answer and francisco molinari's share lead heading into today's final round the duo at thirteen under par back to baseball and a slugfest at wrigley hayward waits for the one to drive and holding cubs lead ten nine jason heyward overrun soaring single cubs radio network chicago outlasting minnesota and more ways than one fourteen two nine banging out twenty hits a pair of five run innings in that win minnesota losing three players to heat illness eddie rosario bobby wilson max keppler all left early because of the intense heat the index up to one zero seven when rosario left in the fifth inning milwaukee's division lead down to a game and a half over chicago deep fly ball and that is grand slam.
"nineteen year" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"Right and so so they have these expectations of you but that's not who you are they've had these expectations of you before you were fucking born and the reality of the situation is sexuality is healthy you are eighteen nineteen year old woman i mean god damned dag get out my pussy please yeah and i realized like it's not we recommend like moving out a lot i know that might be not like that you're in you might not be financially independent you know and it's like i mean some people wouldn't even let their kids sleep over but it's like do what you want and also like you just don't have to discuss your sex life with your dad like it's just not necessary and it's fucking weird and i would say i would save i were you i'd be like okay you seem like otherwise you have a pretty okay relationship with him like that i really love you i don't want to know about your mom sex life please do not interfere with my sex life i am a grown woman and i really liked this guy and what i do with my body i'm responsible i'm safe i mean hopefully to do it if you're not and i know what i'm doing and i'm making the best decision and i it's it it squeaks me out when you try to but in in my sex life now and just say i you know i respect you and i would really appreciate it if you respected me in return i'm gonna dull and respect that i can make my own choices and also he should stop fucking interrupting you in in in arguments and i suggest like if i don't get into shouting match but when he interrupts you again just walk away walk away you know that's not the because that's like right there he's that's not a level of respect i know you love your data i'm not saying not to love your dad but like he's so worried about respect that so disrespect thick skull that's fucking rude yeah and if your mom's putting up with that shit like it's like she made that decision and she's in that marriage and that's her fucking fish to fry or whatever but like you don't need to put up with that shit and you need to stop the pattern on now thank you.
"nineteen year" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Then his rebound was a nineteen year old not concierge but whoever the hostess at a red really top end restaurant in san francisco nineteen year old blonde beautiful girl but she's nineteen and he's the mayor of san francisco and he's taking her to san francisco giants games and he's bouncing down the aisle with two beers in his hand and you know and which by the way the other deal there's you can only buy one at the time and so he's he he goes up there and he says it's going to happen you're gonna sell me two beers i'm the mayor but he's bounced down the aisles with two beers and she gives a beer and other video that i saw she's drinking out of his he's handing her his beer and so he's knowingly contributing to the delinquency of a minor that's the name of the charge and that she tried to change her age by a but her voter registration showed in like marin county show that she was nineteen when he was handing your beer and the fact if he claims that he didn't know how old she was that's not an excuse but so there's that but he's he's morally just really a disgusting individual so i really i gotta say the fact that he's not making it to the to all the ucla cal state region meetings if anything that i give them credit for that all right kids walking out of school because of them their guns kids kids are gun experts now dislike passengers are engineers if they fly on southwest i guess some some highlights and some lowlights.
"nineteen year" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Was a victim of sexual abuse and never reported it and some stuff happened but i don't know if it counts just recently realized there were a few instances in my childhood where i engaged in a sexual encounter that wasn't wanted but just felt like something i was opposed to do like that's how sex was supposed to go once when i was twelve my friends nineteen year old cousin dared me and consequently forced me to put his penis in my mouth and then a similar experience happened a few years later at age fourteen again with an older boy and it wasn't until recently when i really thought on this as violation of consent but i'm curious if it is what sparked my huge promiscuity phase in my early twenties and why i was always looking for validation in my body and sex i also had an eating disorder and was curious if this could be a factor in this is a new discovery for me and i'm trying to unpack what it all means going forward and my actually a sexual abuse survivor or am i just blowing childhood experiences out of proportion the first thing i would like to say is the labels are much less important than giving awake to the feelings and the things that happened on to you are violations and the behavior that you showed in the aftermath are extremely common for people who have experienced a sexual violation so healing to me.
"nineteen year" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Same skill spot and this is the american tradition of exceptional leadership this is what we do you know i won't be wanting to say this to you since the day after the election and uh and i i've never forget wolf blitzer space by the way but for the first time in eight years i'm proud of my country but let's say you have a nineteen year old steps on and you have a grandfather did you say that was in world war two we'll have that that would be the generation yesterday i tell you are how do you how do you i i am sixty two sixty two yes sir all right what did your nineteen year old son say what was his reaction when you made your point german there's you've got gotta know him either either young man of you word and he just gave me a smile because and he gave me a thumbs up and he knows exactly what i'm talking about well why did the weighting of waiting to hold a minute no misunderstand me here i i just i try to understand your painted a picture here for me i can see you two guys there why did you feel the need to tell him this is how it used to be in this country sun because because weakening collagen and he ain't now he's pretty good but but you know he fell round all of this crap all the time in all of this political correctness he doesn't buy in you know he he he loves girls try out there you know he loves girls he's the college scholarship baseball player he's a dear hunter you know it yeah i don't need to convince him i don't i don't need to but but he's out there and he can stand up and say look this is this is the deal wishing talk about it we can get if we can roll up our sleeves and get something straight don't was suggesting that that you had.
"nineteen year" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"On ours parents mary now oh yahoo any post videos like watching his videos my divorce fan i just saved my parrot yet reacting to things with my divorced parents was that like the title of the video up it yarmuk thirst your parents like what from two four like we might divorced parents and also my like my ball dad in my 'blonde ma terminally ill grandma oh man oh my god that is hilarious but there was a video that is fucking dad kissed some nineteen year old girl sei is fox it was like oh let's blunt force of law in this p fucking pc world that we live in now for this goal under the radar yet and noone talk about yet is blood mindblowing to me it they were like there was some random girl height own i've never seen her before too like we're going to put a blindfold on you already don't blindfolds keep that not a good you know what she did a taste test but a blindfold honor and like three different do dudes kister it was like a kissing like she had who i beg rouser hoo yeah the best kiss their what yet with adult pilots yeah yeah yeah she she lowered as like this you probably like doing this for eight hundred dollars i'm gonna give you the worst part was that she'd the dad wasn't involved in the competition swooped in okay so the right added i'll work with a blind islands and three different guys are gonna casey and you have to say who the best one way right and then at the data and synock in the end got little kiss for himself and then obviously she picked it i feel like your praising the declaration which is i mean it's had to learn from someone and it sounds like the death that's what i'm saying like it makes sense because this to it's clearly like nine i yeah keep blogs yes logs alisa sad i think i'd just like had refused to look too much into them good now do it i'm sad that i actually i know all my because like i didn't for the longest time know anyone on you youtube at all and just you know i would watch anyone as i could you watch i was like i don't really know or it's like how do i do this is like i i just applauded leave.
"nineteen year" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"On ours parents mary now oh yahoo any post videos like watching his videos my divorce fan i just saved my parrot yet reacting to things with my divorced parents was that like the title of the video up it yarmuk thirst your parents like what from two four like we might divorced parents and also my like my ball dad in my 'blonde ma terminally ill grandma oh man oh my god that is hilarious but there was a video that is fucking dad kissed some nineteen year old girl sei is fox it was like oh let's blunt force of law in this p fucking pc world that we live in now for this goal under the radar yet and noone talk about yet is blood mindblowing to me it they were like there was some random girl height own i've never seen her before too like we're going to put a blindfold on you already don't blindfolds keep that not a good you know what she did a taste test but a blindfold honor and like three different do dudes kister it was like a kissing like she had who i beg rouser hoo yeah the best kiss their what yet with adult pilots yeah yeah yeah she she lowered as like this you probably like doing this for eight hundred dollars i'm gonna give you the worst part was that she'd the dad wasn't involved in the competition swooped in okay so the right added i'll work with a blind islands and three different guys are gonna casey and you have to say who the best one way right and then at the data and synock in the end little kiss for himself and then obviously she picked it i feel like your praising the declaration which is i mean it's had to learn from someone and it sounds like the death that's what i'm saying like it makes sense because this to it's clearly like nine i yeah keep blogs yes logs alisa sad i think i'd just like had refused to look too much into them good now do it i'm sad that i actually i know all so my because like i didn't for the longest time know anyone on you youtube at all and just you know i would watch anyone as i could you watch i was like i don't really know or it's like how do i do this is like i i just applauded leave.
"nineteen year" Discussed on WCTC
"You about a uh a horrible accident on new new year's day morning um committed by illegal nineteen year old who had um who was act he was drunk and he rear ended uh a grandmother a sixty four yearold grandmother from carol iowa um and killed her so he was a wonder if he was a dhaka recipient i wonder if all registered added daca wait we shall find out keen and he he was nineteen in and he posted a bit uh instagram or video on his um facebook about an hour before of a himself drinking modell a beer um supposedly he told the the police he only had five beers um but he was nineteen and legal age in nebraska's 21 and illegally and got a little grach hotness yeah what he got a scratch on if i am that was it and she was killed instantly disliked uh the root girl that was also from omaha uh this is just the best of the best were bringing in the best of the best but definitely give him a dhaka let let alone now they should stay this is their americans and everything except a piece of paper imagine if we really know the if we knew the real numbers of the damage has been done by open borders i mean the real numbers honest numbers staggering but my listeners are reporting things that most people will not say a report for us thank you very much keep.
"nineteen year" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The case with this nineteen year old so this jackass is trying to rob a hotdog stand as chicago south side he held to employees of the maxwell street express at gunpoint he he's recovering ride out he's chicago hospitalise recovering oh so what happened to this punk so terry and penalties is name nineteen held to employees of the maxwell street express at gunpoint chicago south side he pulled a gun and demanded cash from the two employees at the hot dog stand the two guys thirty nine and forty five years old they will work king in so what i say hotdog stand it's not like you know a little card of the street it's it's it's a walkup popped out place very very popular they're all over chicago it's many of you who know the windy city probably actually know the maxwell seat street expressed because they've got several different locations so of two guys working at the restaurant at the time of the robert pounds he held the gun to the head of one of these guys he was holding a bucket filled with greece and asked the other employed the a cash register as they handed the cash in their wallets over the bucket of greece spilled and the money goes flying so pal c k there's all the money he reaches down grabs the money he had his and tucked his gun in his waistband as he was doing this guy so reach down grabbed the money guns in way span guess what happen gun accidentally goes aww as shoots him right in the private zone i'm loving this the punk runs away ends up calling nine one one to say he'd been shot please take him to the.
"nineteen year" Discussed on WLOB
"Nineteen year old nursing student diagnosed with a jail blessed all my rapidly growing brain tumor what was able to treatment well i don't know what your coat i a know what's called the what it's called but uh the uh she was uh diagnosis is uh uh airing terminal stage and the doctor the treated air had been experimenting for fifty years with a modified viruses and that because we the location of the tumor it was considered too dangerous for conventional surgery so we'll see the fall into the of of this discussion that all right w are you familiar with this case is them well i'm not familiar with a specific case occurred is asking about but let's keep in mind our tens of thousands of clinical trials happening right now that are registered with the fda and a lot of these awad lot of these trials um you know are very innovative a novel and we're heading breakthroughs constantly i'm for example there is a rare childhood leukemia that was basically with is the first treatment of its hind ticket fda approval and that these you know these are these are real game changers where what were once terminal illness says are now either turned into chronic illnesses are patients are actually being cured it really is a phenomenal time and medical it in in medical advancement and the real issue here with ride to try is you know we beat the a lot of the a lot of these treatments are very promising and they're in clinical trials right now patient other patients are receiving the treatment but in many cases i'm a lot of our terminal patient are to stick to participate the dina because it because it a critical trials are set so narrowly i'm they they really are very limited in terms of who can participate in so what we wanna do is just make it legal for terminal patient and those facing facing serious lifethreatening illnesses to not have to beg the federal government for permission to try to think these same treatment now in regard to this a curious are we talking here just about pharmaceuticals just about drug treatments if you will with this a patient access to investigational drugs could be expanded to include let's say experimental types of surgery or other experimental.
"nineteen year" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"For forever you want to name but my question for you is i'm a nineteen year old former football player um and high school 61 vow to ninety i'm really thinking about breaking into the professional wrestling business is there any if i give me for that also would you um recommend that i get into shape you know work on my cardio before starting training or just let the train wouldn't you to start work fast let's go back to the basics did you graduate high school yet yeah okay that's good on recommended by least leases liz graduated high school and you're gonna find a find a good place that will train here that's local i dunno in the chicago area of the rusting background or the landscape of who's training out there but you gotta find you a good camp a reputable camp they can help you learn the business get you foot in the door or no sin w w e some tape and try to get recognized and go down there to nxt downer to the performer center at six wanted to ninety former football player or what will decide issues play dealine ohlund yet eli de la okay house at to ninety in shape just about you pretty looking shaky yeah i'm a i'm a football she but i hear a lot about in way shape is is nothing like it you know what i mean managers you takes the ball and multiplied times ten and i ask in a common you're kidding me i'm not everything sped up the adrenalin inspiring testosterone inspired in front of live crowd at when you go in a flurry of punches or kicks or you're trying to work a body par try to sell for guy you will blow up quick so ring conditioning is a of paramount importance here's the thing when someone pays twenty bucks to see russel cash they don't wanna see you out there are often in pause in trying to catch your breath.