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"south orange new jersey" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Now, 23 after the hour on the D J B program have the new year, everybody. There are a lot of things going on. Who, well, things about people in the in terms of trending items, which is what we started. You were 23 after each hour. I guess the first one is the passing of Joe Clark Victoria who inspired the movie. Lean on me. I school principal. I remember this movie. Remember this guy? Hey, was the principle of East Side High School in Paterson, New Jersey, and his name still alive in New Jersey, where you live there and probably hear some of the folklore. About his approach pretty heavy on discipline. He actually expelled 300 students for fighting for vandalism for abuse of teachers, drug possession, that kind of stuff. Used to go through the hallways with a bullhorn and a baseball bet, And that's what sort of that was what the movie was about. He published a book called Laying Down the Law. About his strategy at the high school. He was a resident of South Orange, New Jersey, moved to the two retired down in Florida. He was at home, surrounded by his family. When he passed away, he'd been sick for Quite a while. He's only 82. It's not really at all. But he was a tough man man, a tough cookie. But the saddest movie Morgan Freeman was amazing in the movie, I don't know much about him isn't in his real life. But I don't know when he retired, but I certainly know of him from the movie s. Oh, yeah, that's it. It's an interesting I don't know, if anyone I think I don't know if other, you know principles followed in his footsteps and had that same approach. I'm not sure the one by the guy that where I went to high school frame him South high school. We call them rotten, Ralph. He was Ralph Martin's, and he was pretty much the same in the 19 sixties. That was nice cool from 1916 1964, and he was the guy. He didn't mess around with Ralph. You saw him coming. You turn around around the other way. That's but he had the nickname of Rotten Ralph. I just remember that she ever remember a kid on the bus. Who we used to have the patrolman officer Mahoney, whose wife was my third or was my third grade teacher. Yeah, they should My third shoes, Second or third grade teacher Alice Mahoney. And so Walter Molony was the school, the police officer for this school. And we'd you know, at the end of the day when the Busses would leave the yard at three o'clock or whatever it was this kid, Peter Wilson used to open up the window of the bus and yell out the window. What a penny made out of dirty copper. And then he spit on him, eh? So one day the bus driver just stopped the bus. Um Mahoney came over and got this kid brought him into school and Whatever he did. I don't know what rotten Ralph did to him. But the kids sat and never. It was never another word from that kid in school on the bus anywhere. So that was the legacy I guess of Joe Clark. What makes me sad is John Wells has passed away. This is really trending all over the place. She had Cove. It That's your only 82. I interviewed her a couple of times actually thought she was really worth chasing around. If that doesn't to prove she was really Well, she and I flirted each time that we talk to each other. She played Mary Ann Summers. Remember Tina Louise, who played Ginger Grant on Gilligan's Island. As said court. I was sad to learn, dons passing we shared in creating a cultural landmark. It certainly was killing his island was something I'm you're probably too young to remember every place when I was a kid. Yeah, it was on. I don't know if it was Nick it night, but it was something in a re package of all those black and white sitcoms. I loved Gilligan's Island. Yeah. Oh, my gosh. I loved it. She was in a lot of different shows. Two afterwards, a maverick bonanza Joey Bishop sons had stripped Hawaiian eye as she was. She beat out 250 other actresses to get the role that she was in. She was born in Reno and represented her state in the Miss America pageant Back in 1959. S O. The passing. She was in the number of motion pictures, along with 100 and 50 Different TV shows. She was off Broadway on Broadway. So Marianne don Wells. Has passed away at the age of 82. It's 28 past the hour on the D. J. V program, single Rally Auto parts for all of your car care needs were close, convenient and known for are guaranteed everyday low prices and excellent customer service for professional parts people you could trust stop by your local O'Reilly auto parts today. O'Reilly Auto parts Better parts Better Prices every day. There's a nice stuff. Automotive.
"south orange new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Out tonight, and luckily not causing any issues of a great alternate for you to use Instead, our next traffic updates in less than 10 minutes on jeopardy, you, CBS Now, the five day forecast cloudy tonight Larry's of drizzle in Fog Low 52 in the city tomorrow mix of clouds and some sunshine and a high of 58. Tuesday night. Mostly cloudy with a couple of showers around low 49 in the city Wednesday. We'll have clouds in some sunshine high of 58. Cloudy Thursday with rain arriving from Zeta. Some of the rainfall could be heavy in the afternoon and at night I Thursday 54. Ride a cloudy brisket chili with periods of rain High 47 Saturday sunshine but chilly high near 50. What? Foggy and 59 degrees over LaGuardia. Foggy and 58 in Newark. Meanwhile, up in White Plains, now foggy 55 degrees WCBS news time 11 20. Not a South Orange, New Jersey, right outside Newark, which is seeing a spike in covert cases Right now, Seton Hall is trying to snuff out a slight increase in Kobe cases before the virus really takes off 27 cases this month traced back to two communities, athletic teams and Greek organizations. Officials say most of the cases are off campus infected students are in isolation. For the time being. Seton Hall will not pivot all remote learning. The university urges students to be smart and safe. Avoid gatherings. In other words, no parties. At the same time, New Jersey is battling a steady increase in covert cases. Eight days of more than 1000 new cases. The positive test rate has been above 1% Hudson, Bergen and Essex are the counties with the most activity. In South orange, Sean Adams. WCBS NEWS.
"south orange new jersey" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Going to produce the shootout fines for those larger businesses don't abide by the standards of requiem recklessly exposed their workers in this I'm beginning you're bored by my own talking hello my he's a group we made wanted it there but that's it I I just sometimes in the for the sake of time decals like force the Bronx Dickey is in south orange New Jersey good morning taking it's a quiet day personal I'd vote for that guy who spoke before I die beiden what exactly right okay lady antebellum or are there now called rednecks with attitude R. W. a baby only I don't think anyone really lifting the the black community radiology and bones great but you know him but let's talk about the bottom of the bowl bowl you got to get all of your songs that's the problem with the black community they don't receive their not respecting themselves okay I'm sorry and I I made the point earlier it's a very astute point which is that the but the musical the culture actually glamorizes Doug smoking weed doing drugs at the smoking weed yes degrading women I said that earlier this week to use those words degrading women and violence as well I mean the the the music in the culture and it doesn't you know it it it it it says that if you learn whatever you're selling out it pretty much you're you're you're just a sell out your your tub or something like that I mean did did the whatever it's the book break down of the black family that family is Shelby Steele talk about fatherless families is is a big problem and so is the culture perpetuated by the music on the Bernie and sid show one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two will come right back on.
"south orange new jersey" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Ramp to the outbound GWB west side so very slow to north bound as we get up through the one forties with a collision there I'm Tom Kaminski in the W. CBS traffic center let's get a check of our weather forecast now over to the weather center Craig Allen we were enjoying so much beautiful sunshine earlier now it's gotten dark in New York City it's gone it's already raining in many parts of New Jersey right through the central portion of the state and all the way on up towards Newark in just about on the west side of Manhattan too it's just about their sunshine still in Connecticut in eastern Long Island with the clouds are moving your way and then eventually the showers will as well and again I I mentioned this before I'm going to take a stab at the fact that the weekend it's self weather wise never mind just the restrictions but weather wise it is not conducive to getting people out just yet maybe tomorrow on a rainy day you'll they'll be some driving because the Sunday Monday forecast is better but tomorrow the chance for showers will be with us at just about any time tonight's low fifty five to sixty tomorrow sixty five to seventy the showers ending Saturday night Sunday it's a slow process but then becoming partly sunny sixty five to seventy but still only sixty to sixty five at the beaches Monday's better partly sunny with highs up around or a little over seventy currently it is seventy one when the rain on the way humidity sixty three percent W. CBS news time is five ten Seton hall has announced in person classes will resume on August twenty fourth the plan makes the south orange New Jersey university one of the first colleges in the state.
"south orange new jersey" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Other patients hopeful an age old technique once used after the Spanish flu of Nineteen. Eighteen will work again. It's such a small thing to have such a huge impact. He's donated to three patients. One of whom doctors say has shown remarkable improvement and in Florida tonight. Fifty two year old. Kevin Raphael was on a ventilator in a coma and near death and just four days ago. He started receiving donor plasma and last night his wife Stacy got a surprise from their doctor. A facetime call with her husband and we just started talking to them. I told him I said Kevin. You've been asleep for a week. It's time to wake up. It's Easter morning and died miracle you need to come home to us and we love you. Were waiting for you. It is so good to see Kevin Emerging from that coma but at this point. His doctors are yet unwilling to draw a correlation between that plasma treatment and his apparent recovery. They say while the treatment has worked against other viruses in the past with Cova. This plasma treatment is still uncharted territory. David Yeah we still don't know but it certainly is hopeful and mockup and our thanks to you. Matt will have much more of his reporting a little later tonight on nightline tonight we follow those new concerns about a possible second wave of the virus in China now seeing do outbreaks in the north the biggest increase in cases in six weeks and in the UK tonight deaths. They're topping eleven thousand British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Now out of the hospital this morning on. Gm George Stephanopoulos sharing with our viewers. He has now tested. Positive for corona virus. George believes he's one of the many who may be ASEP dramatic saying he hasn't had a fever aches shortness of breath. He's been there for his wife. Allie Wentworth who he says is now getting better from the virus continued recovery. Alley and George. We'll see a first thing in the morning on. Gm May we're thinking about you all finally amazing grace. It was the moving Easter performance. Seen around the world. is Italian opera singer Andrea Bocelli. Singing Amazing Grace Italy. I turns no bod- Nah Com. He's beautiful voice around the world and here in the. Us were church. Pews were empty on Sunday. Reverend Brian Needles in South Orange New Jersey attaching images sent in by parishoners so that he would see their faces grace here in the US and around the world as we fight this pandemic together. Whoa oh he. We'll see you tomorrow night. The country is locked down. Battling Corona virus curve gloves in my pocket which..
"south orange new jersey" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids
"This is but why a podcast for curious kids from Pr. I'm Jane Lindholm on this podcast. You take questions from kids just like you all over the world and we find answers. We've heard from a lot of you who listen to podcast when you're winding down and getting ready for bed so it makes sense that a lot of you are inspired to send. Us questions about sleep. Flooded people toss and turn on the Risley when new getting into the deep sleep. You'll Buri somehow wakes you up but kicking and it feels like you're really hot. Why's that I don't want to get out of bed in the morning? And when it is nighttime I don't want to go. She read in this episode. We are answering your questions about sleep. Did you know there are doctors who focus specifically on helping kids sleep better? We found one of them at national Jewish health. That's a hospital in Colorado. My Name is Dr Lisa. Meltzer and I am a pediatric sleep psychologist. Which means I work with kids to help them sleep better. Do you feel like you sleep. Pretty well do you think. Oh Yea when the adults in your life tell you it's bedtime or do you struggle to get ready for bed and maybe even struggled to go to sleep or to stay asleep. Dr Meltzer says there are a few things that all of us can do to help us on the path to good sleep. Kids have a very consistent bedtime. Wake time so that means you go to bed about the same time every night. Wake up about the same time every morning. We recommend things like not having any screens in your bedroom. Having a bedroom. That's nice and cool and dark and a place that you like to sleep things like that that are very consistent. What we call sleep health. Let's jump right into some of our questions because we have a lot of kids who have sent us questions about sleep or we're going to start with the basics. Hi My name is and I live in South Orange New Jersey. I'm Steffan and my question is why do people need to sleep? Thank you I love your show similarly from Jordan in Vermont. Why do we really need to go to? Here's one from Maria and five years old and I come from Ottawa Ontario. And my question is why people need to sleep and we also got this from five year old aiden in McKinley Bill California. Why do have to sweep? 'cause I don't will you get and by the White Cornyn Swe We book. That sounds like a lovely way to fall asleep. Aiden so Dr Meltzer. Why do we need to sleep? These are great questions that scientists are spending a lot of time trying to better understand and we don't have one particular answer but we have a lot of different reasons that people think are important for why we sleep. The first one goes back to how humans have developed so there was a time when humans didn't live in houses but lived out in caves. Lived out in the wild and at night when they sleep they were inactive and that made them vulnerable so that predators. The big animals might come and attack them during the night. So you sleep to stay away from those animals that might come and harm in the middle of the night. In other words people were possibly safer tucked up in a cave or shelter sleeping through the night instead of being out and about in the dark when there were big animals with better eyesight also roaming around but being asleep doesn't mean your body shuts down completely. You can still be somewhat alert to danger when you're sleeping you do notice a little bit of the world around you. You can hear certain sounds and things like that and it same thing back in those times where you would want enough of a consciousness enough of awareness of what's going on around you to protect you from those Predator so we call that the evolution of why we sleep so another theory why we sleep is to conserve our energy. I mean we use a lot of energy during the day when you're running and you're playing when you sleep. These things changed the number of calories that you need reduce your temperature drops down your body is basically given a time to rest and relax. So that conserves your energy while you're sleeping and along those lines that allows your body to restore itself so again you're working your muscles all these types of things when you're awake and when you rest it allows them to heal sort of like when you get a cold at night it allows your immune system to fight off those bad germs to help you get better again really interesting one of the first things that happens when you fall asleep is growth hormone is released in growth hormone helps you grow so you literally grow in. Your sleep. So that's another reason. Why Sleep is important. I knew it. I knew I felt taller when I wake up in the morning. Okay maybe it doesn't work that way for adults but that's pretty cool isn't it? You grow while you're sleeping kind of make sleeps on more appealing more like something you might. WanNa do doesn't it? But it's not just your body that gets to rest and recover and rebuild from a busy day of running around. Your brain also need sleep to stay at peak performance. We know that children's brains develop in different ways as they get older so in very young children. The areas around language envision are the parts that are the most active during sleep. Because that's the part of you that's developing during the day and when you're in school aged the parts of your brain that start learning all the different things like math and reading those parts of your brain start to develop when you become a teenager the front part of your brain that helps you with decision making and keeping your mood. Nice calm. That's the part of your brain. That's most active during sleep. So your brain is also developing during sleep. Here's something else you might like to know. Sleep helps you remember what you've learned you take in information while you're awake but it sets in your brain while you're sleeping so if you're studying for say vocabulary test you. WanNa go to sleep after you've because it will help your brain remember. Those words in the morning same goes for all kinds of memories and other things. You might want to be able to repeat like that joke. Your friend told you that you can't wait to tell someone else. Hello My name is Shaun. I live in San Diego. My question is what is sleeping. Get rid of toxins in your brain. Why does sleeping get rid of toxins in the brain? It's a great question so again during the day. Our brain is really busy with everything that we have to do to help us get through the day but when we're sleeping our brain is less busy with all those activities so it has time basically to clean itself out and the toxins build up as we're active and doing all the things that we're doing so sleep gives a time for the brain to relax and sort of take care of itself. I like picturing little cleaners with brooms and stuff inside my brain going in and sweeping and scraping things off. That don't need to be there. That's perfect I mean. It really is a time. It's kind of like when you leave school overnight. They come in and they clean all the rooms and they get ready for the next day. It's the same kind of thing going on in your brain. We have some questions for you. Dr Meltzer about movement and Hello. My name is emily now from Brisbane Australia. Seven and my question is when you sleep. He'll but we're new getting into the deepest sleep your body somehow wakes you up but kicking in feels like you jump really hot what I want to know. So this is something called a hip nick jerk or asleep twitch hip nick jerk sleep twitch. I love that name. Do you ever have a hip. Nick Jerk happen to you. You're just falling asleep and then you feel like you're falling and your body twitches and it wakes you up if you watch babies. They do this all the time when they're falling asleep as you get older you tend to do it a little bit less and there's again multiple reasons why people think this happens. One of the reasons is that as you're falling asleep all of your muscles start to relax and your brain may think oh those muscles relaxing. They must be falling. And it kicks you awake and that causes you to jerk or jump high into the air. It could make maybe even scare you that feeling of falling other times. It's just a reaction. Perhaps you've been really active in exercising.
"south orange new jersey" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest
"See a puffing knocking. Hi My name is Leah. I am in kindergarten in eleven Nouveau Cheetah conceal but are doing to to do lock closed doors. Everyone's in hiding in a starting place at the womb loom for teachers and we usually have a security camera to show like if there's at least strange in building and last week week there was a stranger in and I got a feeling stuck in my head. I was thinking if we're going to be okay. Strangers literally just outside the door of our classroom and is actually just our principal chest in in stranger close. I salt her wearing like a boy wig with her hair and bone and I thought it was Kinda scary because I've been who her true self wise so We had it in the back room or a closet in his very clouded. My friends with pain. A couple of games at work paper scissors shoot and I was like no. I noticed someone out there but they don't believe me so one of my best friend's my best best best friend said that day believe me. There's one known closet and I love when no west pigeons do like hanging off the tree day looked little ghoulish shandor little called Lenny. And we're afraid at first then we picked out the window and saw that was pinions shadows. I didn't shoot in case will strange unknown my principal a wheel strangers Napkins. You can see a graph. I think he so I wasn't Jim. I think I was a physics class. We were doing math and our textbooks like had a problem on the board playing with legos. Choice we were learning some math. I was was in my English classroom. Language Arts Biology Chemistry Class Social Studies. I just remember it being a very weird shift from thinking about calculus to thinking about how I would escape if there was someone with a gun in my school mine is foster. I live in in Seattle. I am in first grade. I am awesome. We've I did a lockdown drill last year in kindergarten so how the teacher explained that she was thinking like if wild animal Komo came and we in the bathroom. If it was a mouser somethin- we probably won't have to do that. But to the Zebra Line. Or there's something I wasn't talking and a lot of people were because they were squashed but I was the bathroom of total boring stinky. Why we do the locked on 'cause if a wild hair more a robber something came margin them? We not do something about it. Don't get killed by the animal but I don't know it didn't happen Lahser and I don't think it's going to happen and this year a wild animal virgin in I mean. Call me having a lockdown drill suddenly going to be at least one. What under when I was younger we lived in New York and I want to charter the School Walk Though with my dad every morning and every Wednesday would be a half day so like we got to go to a pizzeria and get icees say that was fun? My name is phoebe. I'm in fifth grade and I live in South Orange New Jersey when I was in first grade when I lived in New York. I asked my t shirt if I could go to the bathroom so I walked into the bathroom and I went in one of the stalls else. Zip Code Red Lockdown drill. Please stay wherever you are. I repeat this is a code. Red Lockdown Jill. I was like so scared I I saw stood on top of the toilet but then I remembered my teacher told me this year to sit on the toilet and put my feet up and then last year. My teacher told me to stand on the toilet so I was like wait. What do I do and then I hear like footsteps outside and like Oh my gosh I tried? I do like stays quiet as could be click. CLACK CLICK CLACK footsteps. And then I heard like the shifting of like doorknob. It's the vice principal. If there's anybody in here you can come out of the bathroom and come with me in the main office his stride trust them is walked out of the stall and I was so relieved into like I went into the main office with her but now in fourth grade we had like three in one week so like I just remembered that Allah got stuck stuck in the bathroom and like how it was like really scary and I didn't want that happened so like I thought. Oh you you have to drink water and then you have to use bathroom so I if I stop drinking water that I won't have to use the bathroom and thinking gang like I gotta be prepared. What if it happens like now? Now it's like I just can't drink water like that. It was like a dumb mistake because I started to get like super bad headaches. His is dehydrated. My name is Kennedy. I'm fifth grade now. Live on Baltimore City One kid. He was Kinda worried. I thought it was real. So he had like a panic attack. He started reading heavily. The start crying and everyone's really worried about him so then We had waited for like a few minutes and then I started to call down like it's okay. It's okay it's just fake. It's just practice and so I think he felt better after that. That manning's coming up on in fifth grade and I love a Baltimore City. They didn't really say it was the drill. They you say Code Red Code Red and then everybody was economic goofing implant in my head I was like cost. Like what if the real like we all would have got killed because you are not cooperating. LISTEN WE'RE ALL GONNA die female setup. I was behind my teacher's desk. Scared crunched up when my head and my legs rather cry this all. Just look into my leg. 'cause I have nothing else to do. I mean what what'd close in the eyes but in the Hollywood made a scary for me while even more scary valves already scared. The principal on income said the lockdown was over at just relieved in on just now so happy because it wasn't a real head that not been like a fake lack. They'll Jill we would have been first classroom for the active shooter whether they have a lot pick or not because they could open the door with whatever weapon they had and it could have killed us all because they would have heard out classroom as the first noise. 'cause everybody's Amen Maker so much. Lock lights out of sight but boy you want to be is in a corner. Most of my classes I sit up front so I'd be more safe. Everybody tries to get to one side the door dry get under the death. We were all sitting under the sink. Oh and it was also dark because you lock the doors and you turn off the lights. There were basically people on all sides of me. Sometimes if you like lean your head you can feel the other person entire. It's so close a foot like I was like a little porcupine or like a little hitch. I'll go up trouble. Took my cell phone the enemy. Sometimes I like close my eyes and and I remember a TV show and like an episode of it. And I just like re-watch it in mind all the time kids were either like playing games like chopsticks. Six Patty cake plenty years on the person in front of the also play a game called shotgun during lockdown drills a lot louder gun or shoot your gun or I shield a shoot them while they're loading. UN My name is Alden. I'm in sixth grade and I live in Seattle Washington we knew. There's there's lockdown drill that day we didn't know what time because their teacher didn't tell us and they announced that was locked. Andrew and I always think this during electoral why why do they announce it like will they really announce it when someone's in the school because then they'll know that we're all hiding. I've been doing lockdown drills. Since I was around first grade now I I didn't really get mired about the first school shooting shooting. I'm like wow. That's why we do lockdown drills. We get the Seattle Times every morning so it was on the front page of Seattle Times and I asked my firms like what happened and they told me but it's a very sad story stuff. My Name is Colin and I'm in sixth grade and I live in La County. It wasn't too bad. They just said like if an active shooter went on. You're supposed to like rob kind of a blunt. Object to protect yourself with it if someone were to come at you you either like throw it at them to slow it down or if you are close to them you just Wykeham in the head with it and then you Pencil it's pretty self explanatory stab. The principal came on there is inactive shooter. You're you're on full lockdown at me locked all the doors Against it grab like a textbook or scissors you you know. The stereotypical school scissors people had pencils sales. At l think any of these are really gonNA work if you're against the rifle I'm just kinda seeing people like being completely still Ireland's being super silent which is kind of odd to see in a classroom one. I was kind of across the room. We're kind he's like staging glances Kinda shrug alike while doing it. We kind of were there for a good few minutes and then then came up on the speaker again. said the drills over go back to your normal schedules get ready to go to lunch. My mom made me a sandwich and I was kind of eating it and talking to my friends like while I was so crazy Would you carry an Dan things like where were you in the classroom. We had a new kid in our grade and he was kind of like Lloyd. Do you guys do this every year. I was like no. This is the first time we've done it and he was Kinda like. Oh it's a weird. I wonder why they're doing it now. I was like the I think it's because the increase in for see in the shootings. Hi I'm as C.. Ivan Eighth Grade and I live in South Orange New Jersey. It goes into lockdown red. Alert this lockdown red alert art and they didn't say that like hey. This is a drill. Were just testing to make sure you do the right thing. It was just like we're GonNa make you think that you're in a life or death situation. I was freaking out. I was genuinely not sure if I would the finished the day alive and there wasn't anything I can do to fix that. I mean I don't know maybe this is like a super common feeling or maybe nobody. Yeah my school feels untarred to tell because people don't talk about it much. It has this weird feeling of I could go to school and I could die. Pick a day of the week take calendar throw a dart at the calendar. I could die on that day. Do you still talk with your friends and you still have fun and you still complain about your math homework. And it's such a strange experience that chatted for me because I had never been that terrified for my life before and it's really strange shift. I guess I wouldn't hide. I would run or fight lockdown basically we were just sitting ducks and we were just staying in our classroom hoping that no one came in. Can you run in.
"south orange new jersey" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"It's an every once in a hiding start in place of the womb before teachers and we usually have a security camera to show like if there's actually these are strange and they're building and last week there was a stranger in and I got a feeling stuck in my head. I was in keene. If we're going to be okay because I restrained joe is literally just outside the door of our classroom and It is actually just our principal chest and stranger close. I saw her wearing like a boy wig with her hair. ANIRBAN and I thought it was Kinda scary because I know who were self wise so like We hide it in back room or a closet in his very clouded my funds with paint a couple of games at work for precision shoot and I was like nope melt. I noticed someone out there but they don't believe me so one of my best friend's my best best best friends said that day day. Believe me there's a window on closet Allah when Noah's pigeons like hanging off of the tree. They looked a little gaulish handle. Little God Lenny. And we're afraid. At first then we picked out the window and saw that was his is pins. Shadows I do intruder draw in case there will strange not my principal bill fringers inability nothing considered graph. So I was in gym. I think I was a physics class. We were doing math and our textbooks like he had a problem on the board playing with legos off H. as as we were learning Math are was in my English classroom. Language Arts Biology Chemistry Class Social Studies. I just just remember it being a very weird shift from thinking about calculus to thinking about how I would escape if there was someone with a gun in my school mining mining is foster. I live in Seattle. I am in first grade. I am awesome. We've I did a lockdown drill last year in kindergarten so how the teacher explained she was thinking like if wild animal came and we in the bathroom if it was a mouse or something. We probably will enough to do that but to zebra mine. Something I wasn't talking and a lot of people were because they were squashed but I wasn't used. The bathroom was total boring in Stinky. Why we do the locked? Because of a wild Aldo Moro Robert something came urging them. We do something about it. Don't get killed by the animal but I don't know now it didn't happen Lahser. I don't think it's going to happen this year. A wild animal virgin calming having a longtime drew suddenly going to be at least one. What under when I was younger we lived in new? ORC and I went to a charter school and walk through with my dad every morning and every Wednesday would be a half half day so like we got to go to pizzeria and get icees say that was fun. My name is phoebe. I'm in fifth breath grade and I live in South Orange New Jersey when I was in first grade when I lived in New York. I asked my t shirt if I could go to the bathroom author so I walked into the bathroom and I went in the stalls. This is a code. Red Lockdown drill. Please stay wherever you are. I repeat this is a code. Red Locked Doc Danville. I was like so scared I saw. I stood on top of the toilet but then I remembered My teacher told me this year to sit on the toilet and put my feet up and then last year my teacher told me to stand on the toilet so I was like wait. What do I do and I hear like footsteps outside and like Oh my gosh I tried to like stays quiet as I could be? Click clack click clack footsteps APPs. And then I heard like the shifting of like doorknob. It's the vice principal. If there's anybody in here you can come out of the bathroom and come with me in the main office I trust them is walked out of the stall and I was so relieved and so like I went into the main office with her but now in fourth grade we had like three in one week so like I just remembered like got stuck in the bathroom and like how it was like really scary and I didn't want that happen so like I thought. Oh you have to drink water and then you have to use bathrooms so I if I stop drinking water water than I won't have to use the bathroom and thinking like okay. I gotta be prepared. What if it happens like now now? I just can't drink water like that was like a dumb mistake. 'cause I started to get like super bad headaches. His dehydrated head my new Kennedy. I'm a fifth grade and I live in Baltimore City One kid he was Kinda I thought it was real so he had like a panic attack. He started losing heavily. BS started crying. And everyone's really worried about him so then We had waited for like a few minutes. And then I started to calm down like it's okay. It's okay it's just fake. It's just practice. Yes I think he felt better after that. My name is coming up on in fifth grade and live a Baltimore city. They didn't really say drill. They say coal radcow red and then everybody was economic goofy and plan in my head L.. Real like we all would have got killed because you are not cooperating. LISTEN WE'RE GONNA die down. Shut up. I was behind my teacher's desk. Scared crunched up when my head and my legs read the craft this all into from olive. 'cause I have nothing else to do. I mean what it close in the eyes within probably would have made a scary for me. Well even more scared that was already scared. The principal on income said the lockdown was over. I just felt relieved in on just now so happy because they it wasn't a real one had that not been like a A fake lockdown Jill. We have been first classroom for the active shooter whether they have a lock pick or not because they could open the door with whatever weapon they had and it could have killed us all because they would hurt. I'll classroom as the first noise. 'cause they make so much lock lights out of sight for best. A place you want to be is in a corner. Most of my classes I sit up front so I'd be more safe. Everybody tries to get to one fed. Dora. Dry Get under the death. We were all sitting under the sink news also dark because you lock the doors and you turn off the lights. There were basically people on all sides of sometimes. If you like lean your head you can feel the other person's hair it's so close afoot like I was like a little porcupine or like a little hedgehog bowl in trouble. Tuck myself on the enemy. Sometimes I like close my eyes and I remember TV. Show like an episode of it. And I just like rewatch it in my mind. You've got to kill the time. The kids were either like playing games like chopsticks. Patty cake that paper scissors bunny ears on the person front of the also play a game called shotgun during lockdown drills. Dell's lot load your gun or shoot your gun or shield a and a few shoot them. All they're loading you win. My name is Alden. I'm in sixth grade and I. I live in Seattle Washington. We knew there was lockdown drill that day but we didn't know what time teacher didn't tell us and they announced that was locked walked Andrew and I always think this locked under why do they announce it like will. They really announced that. When someone's in the school because then they'll yeah no that we're all hiding? I've been doing lockdown drills. Since I was in around first grade now I really get at first they didn't get mired about the first school shooting. I'm like wow that spite. We do lockdown drills. We get the Seattle Times every morning so it was on the front page of Seattle Times and I ask my friends like what happened. They told me. But it's a very sad story stuff. My Name is Colin and I'm in sixth grade and I live in La County. It wasn't too bad. They said like if fin active shooter went on. You're supposed to like rob kind of a blunt. Object to protect yourself with it if someone were to come at you you either like throw it at them to slow it down down or if you are close to them you just whack him in the head with it and then you rub pencil. It's pretty self explanatory stab. The principal came on there's inactive shooter. We are on full. Walk down Me locked all the doors. Push all the desk against did grab like a textbook or scissors. You know. The stereotypical school scissors people had pencils. At l think any of these are really gonNA work if you're against the rifle. I'm just kind of seeing people like being completely still Ireland's being super silent which is kind of odd to see in a classroom room. One of my friends was kind of across the room. We're candidates like staging glances kind of shrugging like doing it. We kind of were there for for a good few minutes and then came up on the speaker again. said the drills over go back to your normal schedules get ready to go to lunch. My mom made me a sandwich and I was kind of just eating it and talking to my friends. You're like while I was so crazy crazy. What did you carry and things like? Where were you in the classroom? We had a new kid in our grade and he was kind of like. Would you guys issue the several years I was like no. This is the first time we've done it and he was kind of like. Oh it's kind of weird. I wonder why they're doing it now and I was like yeah I think is because the increase in frequency in the shootings. Hi I'm may see. I'm an eighth grade. Am I live in South Orange New Jersey. It it goes. This is the lockdown. Red alert lockdown red alert. And they didn't say that like Hey. This is a drill. Were just testing to make sure. Are you do the right thing. It was just like we're GonNa make you think that you're in a life or death situation. I was freaking out. I was genuinely not sure if I would finish the day alive. There wasn't anything I can do to fix that. I mean I don't know maybe this this is like a super common feeling or maybe nobody at my school feels untarred to tell because people don't talk about it much. It has this weird feeling of I could go to school and I could die. Pick Day of the week take calendar throw would dart at the calendar. I could die on that day. You still talk with your friends and you still have fun and you still complain about your math homework. And it's such Strange experienced that shifted for me because I had never been that terrified for my life before. And it's really strange shift. I guess.
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"Some horrible stuff in seventy seven W. ABC Hey Dickie is in south orange New Jersey Dickey good morning to you Hey I have suggested this lady was videotaping what we put nice and cockroaches in apartment yeah she likes that she can videotape that see that I like that thank you it's a good idea entities in Essex New Jersey good morning to you Anthony Hey hi how are you Sir are good morning good thank you Anthony yeah I'm a retired police officer and my son is currently in the police academy and the tactics that they're teaching these incoming police officers and well when you were referring to being tenet yeah it's ridiculous actually what the bill is Peter suicide to the kids about it's all it's deplorable they're afraid to do is saying they don't want them god forbid your punch somebody even if you have to there it sat and and what what basically what's going on is you're gonna have police officers that do absolutely nothing yeah well we'll getting some of that Anthony thank you now understandably because somebody has their back that's what they've been trained to do I can't wait to be timid you know you got to bend over backwards for some lady who's as you put pointed out city very silly she's obstructing justice yeah she's in the middle of obstructing justice showed up with the cops do their job Johnny is in upstate New York good morning Johnny hi how are you today good thank you John hello a quick story okay in the entertainment business for years I moved from New York to San Los Angeles and the San Francisco and I did a big benefit for the late bill Graham you know the big concert promoter right and so I had all this a leftover food and went out on the streets of San Francisco back in the late eighties speed homeless people well the police came and they tell me you can't do this by so I packed it up I live.
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"Station news watch member stocks this is you give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the world range seventy nine degrees at seven twenty on this Friday July fifth I'm here on the line here's what's happening the driver of the garbage truck that overturned on the four ninety five making a mess of yesterday afternoon traffic says the vehicle's brakes failed for president trump who still looking for ways to get a citizenship question on the twenty twenty cents one early this morning in south orange New Jersey for some good Samaritans shoplifting suspect will be this seven eleven employer the weather is spotty shower or thunderstorm early this evening the west of town otherwise mostly cloudy warm and sticky overnight with a low of seventy five this is our first judges argues the Yankees are one of the baseball honoring CC so badly at next week's all star game and also the first got resolved puts the Phillies up one nothing over the Max numbers Larry coffee stocks posted modest losses the Dow fell forty three the nasdaq slid date time seven twenty one Russ Meyer going to stop off in the Bronx and I can see on where you see a cross Bronx backed up beginning at the castle hill Avenue up as a third abolitionist all vehicle they're blocking the right lane beyond that.
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"South orange New Jersey, then New York on the twenty seventh of September Albany, New York and the twenty eighth in Boston on the twenty nine. So it'd be interesting to see how. Shows because people love him. So. Yeah. Right. Crosby Stills Nash and young member Graham, Nash Nash in that group. It's twenty eight past the hour here on the DJ J V program. Hi, I'm Warren Eckstein with today's pet show tip of the day. No matter how much time and attention you keep your pen. He may still long for a different kind of companionship that of another animal there's nothing more valuable for lonely, spinal in a new kitten or puppy to play with. And there's nothing better for putting new I into an old German shorthair point death in a new feline or canine playmate think about it if you would dropped off another planet tomorrow with no one of your own kind to communicate with each soon be desperate for human contact your dog, a cat might not even know what he's missing. But if you provide them with the opportunity to make some new Arnold, France. He may discover that life has no interest with each day is very exciting of one of the really strong points about adding a second pack to the house on whether it be a puppy a kitten or even at all the cat and all the dog, which advocate is if there's a pet already in the house, I'll maybe getting older by adding a new pet sometimes it Spurs life. Yes. I know what you're saying. There might be some adversary relationship at first, but sooner or later, they'll get to know each other and the new Pat will get that older pet up and running around. So it's good for everyone including you harm, Warren Eckstein..
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"News reports saying Democrats aren't offering much for the wall and ongoing budget negotiations in Washington tomorrow, though, he and a potential twenty twenty candidate will hold competing rallies near the border in Texas. Correspondent Linda Lopez has a preview president said to visit El Paso on Monday where he will speak at a make America great again rally. But there are no plans for him to visit the border at the same time, the president visits El Paso. Also, former congressman and El Paso native veto Aurora will attend a protest meant to counter the president's. Visit Democrats have been visiting with the border with Mexico this weekend meeting with customs and border patrol agents immigration rights, workers house majority leader, Steny Hoyer, says this has been very helpful in determining the best way to secure the border at a US immigration and customs enforcement detention facility in Houston. Health officials. They're battling an outbreak of the mumps. The health department in Houston and says that seven adults were diagnosed with mumps but were detained during their infectious period. And that there's been no evidence the disease was transmitted outside the facility mumps is contagious and spreads through coughing and sneezing common sense. Pretty. Finish my boyfriend's family is very safe. I'm from. Harry. Jay calloway. I was worried. Hard. A doubt over allegations of sexual misconduct. Oh, it wasn't investigation. Another allegation came forward. Now, Warner Brothers says you're out at least for the meantime, he's been suspended from south orange, New Jersey. The company says it learned about the new accusations even before they appeared in the Hollywood reporter Callaway though through his attorney Lisa Davis denies ever assaulting anyone and says he wants to clear his name. New accusations against.
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"But I think in rethinking this album and what it means and maybe her relationship to music in general and her relationship to resell artists, and especially listening to all the interludes of the unplugged album and interludes from the original album too. I do feel like maybe there's a way in which she's trying to remapping or reprogram re pattern her own relationship to that album in that period of time in her life. And she's trying to metabolize some trauma or some pain feels like it's very possible that this is healing for her. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, she did seem happy to be there good, and she seemed that rate full and moved by our presence and our excitement to see her makes me happy to say, I'm a short little dude in this show. You try to send me pictures and you're like, this is the best I can do. My heart was exploding for Wesley Morris. I'm a little guy works for, you know, it was useful to think about the journey. This woman is been on. Years. And think about where she came from, which south orange, New Jersey she had asked Parisian's yes, at thirteen to on Apollo Showtime at the Apollo didn't do so good. But the point is she had designs on a type of fame from young age she wanted to sing and act. Yeah, and she was on a young singer actor track a child prodigy child star prodigy track? Yes. Gets the high school process shell. Whitecliffe John. They form a group, the Fujii's. I mean, yeah, they write some songs together. They release an album in nineteen ninety four, I believe. And then. In nineteen ninety six. They released. Yeah. Not. We. Mike..
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"Impeach the guy so how 'bout we put time limits on federal workers eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one let's go to johnny kingston arizona johnny you are on the mark levin show hi hey there are i'm good kerr what do you think of mine area tony mungyr ali i'm from south orange new jersey oh all right i had you a from kingston arizona that's okay debts tell me what your opinion is uh my opinion is lois lerner cook their parents surpri i got a full pension and uh barack obama said now was to mention that way then does democracy doubt that what you're structure of justice right there yeah remember when obeyed not not just that was the bill o'reilly interview was before the super bowl if i remember right uh and he said is a corruption and there's no corruption their a smith jin of corruption and boy that's that sent the signal i'll give you one more what about when obama was interviewed on sixty minutes about hillary clinton using emails using her own email server and he was asked about that he said listen what i can tell you is she never had any intent to break the law and that that was the message to james colmey wasn't it where all right well bread by one lowest sorry uh they're very i could you take the fears that's why and get a full pension and they cast again and they just let it go uh thanks grunted aboard sir and you're right and this is like and i appreciate the call thanks for calling that's another reason why many of us are frustrated or at the very least concerned and curious about jeff sessions as attorney general and wondering why uh the investigations into those things are not moving forward in fact i by the way just as a way of introduction you might know me from an interview i did with president trump in the white house in november when i asked him specifically many people are frustrated why these things haven't been investigated and they made a little news because he did the natural human thing he said yeah i'm frustrated that it's not happening i'm frustrated that i can't get a special counsel.
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"You are the mark levin show hi heidar i'm good kurt what do you think of mine m madda tony monju ali from south orange new jersey oh all right i had you a from kingston arizona that's okay did tell me what your opinion is uh or or my opinion is when lois lerner cooked up their cash surpri i got a full pension and uh barack obama said that it should mention that was the end of democracy yeah doubt that was obstruction of justice right there yeah remember when obama not not just that was a bill o'reilly interview was before the super bowl if i remember right uh and he said the corruption and there's no corruption there there's not even a smith jin of corruption and boy that's that sent the signal i'll give you one more what about when obama was interviewed on sixty minutes about hillary clinton using emails uh using her own email server and he was asked about that he said listen what i can tell you is she never had any intent to break the law and that that was the message the james colmey wasn't it they're back all right well but by one lowest uh daily i could you take the fears that's why and get a full pension and they cast again and they just let it go uh thanks relative awards for and you write in this is like and i appreciate the call thanks for calling uh that's another reason why many of us are frustrated or at the very least concerned and curious about digest sessions as attorney general and wondering why uh the investigations into those things are not moving forward in fact i by the way just as a way of introduction you might know me from an interview i did with president trump in the white house in november when i asked him specifically many people are frustrated why these things haven't been investigated and it made a little news because he did the natural human thing he said yeah i'm frustrated that it's not happening i'm frustrated that i.
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"Of the americans they had and then they would force the americans to train their foreign replacements an interim tag them beneath logged other it department bright and at the time i was kinda wondering houses happening you you mean don't you have to show the can't find new american workers available before you can do that and as i started exploring the law i found the who had made it legal to replace americans are these foreign workers and so that i went to law school to take this on and have moved past ten years have been doing that taking through lawsuits and trying to help american workers where'd you wall school i went to seton hall all south orange new jersey aspect of law schools in newark on earth over they play basketball because we're in the same conference creighton university's journal while plays at seton hall at least twice or three times the rain season so we know she'd whole pretty well yeah oh well loan at the tell me a little bit about why you're so passionate about this issue of of foreigners taking american jobs and this is primarily the people in the indian subcontinent that we hear so much about is primarily indian sometimes it's a philippine philippines but i think it strikes to get to the heart of us as the nation are mean are where he is a miracle place where it's a cooperative were we function to embitter ourselves to do better ourselves as a society or is it can be a country where we just have a few rich elites who just use america's a location to do business and we're gonna whatever kind of exploitation works for them is is okay what do you think we can do about this i know these legal illegals or they staying in their home country and just being linked through i t so these are all actual legal and when we we have is the alphabet soup of guestworker programs to bring bring people in an and the number of these pro graham's has exploded and in fact the largest of these now is student visas that congress has created some of the.
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"The president united states i mean wind so if it was your child and i don't care pure democrat or republican would you have your child stand with a photo with the speaker of the house paul ryan bahrain's a young guy i dunno res gone you may be president someday maybe not but the fact of the that look at i have bodos uh i have a photo of me with john edwards perry of sakes i have i have no i have a lot of photos with people on the right but i have some photos was the big names on the left and i i don't know what why you collect of the you know you can put him in your family scrapbook in two hundred years nelson will drag it out jay my greatgreatgreatgreatgrandfather met the president or met the speaker so i would i i don't understand of the whole part behind this now if you heard the eighty seven reporter he said they came from a middle class progressive neighborhood oh south orange new jersey is progressive with a capital p so no they really really are so it's while new jersey's a a blue state but south orange new jersey is a very very very progressive very democrats the part of the state so these kids obviously mom and dad said the we don't like paul ryan and you're going to have a chance to reporter taken with them what would you say even if you were an arch lefty would you have your child take a border with the speaker or all right right he's would if your children were going to washington dc on a school outing and they had a chance to take their photo when nancy pelosi was speaker oh man that's a tough would you would you would you let your children would you say yes go get your photo with the speaker of the house of representatives besides the fact that it's an educational trip and they might after learn something from it and they can find out about what is this thing about being speakers like i said.