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And if that wasn’t enough horrible crap for you to read, here is Episode Zero of the Pulpit of Doom Livestream myself, Jaded and Pagan conducted last night. It was an unadvertised test as we have not used our Youtube Channel in forever, and never used it to livestream until last night.
What you see and hear is not necessarily how future livestreams will look or be conducted, it was just our first and we were testing things out live – as we usually do. The next one hasn’t been scheduled yet, but should be next Sunday at 10:00 pm eastern. Please be sure to subscribe.
On May 5, Seattle Center hosted a Yu-Gi-Oh card game regional tournament which over 400 people attended in the hopes of being able to qualify for the 2018 Yu-Gi-Oh world championships. Players lined up outside the venue starting approximately an hour before the tournament was set to start, with the line being so long that it caused the event to start nearly an hour later than planned. After waiting another half hour the judges posted the lists of players who were facing off in the first round and all at once every player in the room stood up and shuffled around the event center in a chaotic mess, followed by the sound of hundreds of cards being shuffled simultaneously. Over the next seven hours, players fought in eight three game series against their opponents for a spot in the top bracket of players where they receive “Worlds Points,” which are used to gain an invitation to the world championships, free packs of cards from the latest set released, and a World Championship play mat.
Aside from some dramatic scenes such as players frantically scouting the event floor looking for lost decks and belongings, the event went as expected. Seven of the top eight players had decks which almost everyone expected to have won, the only real surprise came with the first place player who was using a deck called “Zefra” which is an archetype that hasn’t been taken seriously in over a year and never saw mainstream success within the Yu-Gi-Oh community until now.
A few players had less than good luck with regards to their plan for the tournament, one of the people who I attended the event with, Derek Chu, planned on topping the event but after an unfortunate start he ended up only winning three out of eight games and ultimately did the worst in our group. When asked about his experience during the tournament, Chu stated that “The heart of the cards just wasn’t on my side and the hands I drew were just bricks.” Bricking refers to the event where a Yu-Gi-Oh player draws their initial hand to play with and none of the cards in it can be used to make good plays. Similarly, in another tournament Bailey Myers, a former Bellevue College student, barely missed out on entering the top bracket of players attributing his loss to the fact that “Well my opponents are just better players because they drew better cards than I did.”
There is no confirmed date for the next regional qualifier in Seattle. However, the Yu-Gi-Oh World Championship 2018 is set to take place in Japan between Aug. 4 to 5, and the 200th Yu-Gi-Oh Championship series is taking place between Sept. 22 and 23 with locations including Columbus, Ohio, Mexico City, Mexico and Utrecht, Netherlands.
HARRAH, OK – A father has been accused of shooting his teenage daughter’s two dogs to death as punishment for her not doing the dishes.
According to reports, 35-year-old Jeffrey Don Edwards got mad at his 17-year-old daughter Tuesday night because she had not washed the dishes or cleaned the house.
After Edwards began throwing dishes, the teen called her mother and asked to be picked up. When the teen returned to Edwards’ home the next day she found blood all over the house.
She would also realize her two dogs, Jessica Dawn and Duck, were missing. When she asked her uncle about the blood and her missing dogs, he told her that her dad shot her dogs to punish her.
Investigators would follow tire tracks that led from the house into the woods and found the bodies of the two dogs about 100 yards from the home.
Edwards was arrested that night and charged with animal cruelty. He was released on Thursday after posting $10,000 bail. He has denied shooting the dogs, claiming he was at work at the time.
However, Edwards is going to have a tough time explaining why two clerks at a convenience store said he stopped in and told them “his house was dirty and he lost his temper then shot the dogs without remorse.”
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A collection of tiny houses is under construction to become Whittier Heights Village in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood, May 7, 2018. The village is scheduled to open May 31. (Photo by Matt M. McKnight/Crosscut)
A tiny, new community is taking shape within Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood with the aim of helping homeless women return to sheltered living.
Tucked between a bank’s parking lot and a four-story apartment complex off 15th Avenue Northwest, a nondescript fenced-off lot will soon be home to 16 “tiny houses,” capable of temporarily sheltering up to 20 women at a time.
The homes in what’s called Whittier Heights Village, north of 80th Street, are part of a growing trend in Seattle of using 100-square-foot structures to provide housing, security and stability to unsheltered people.
This tiny house village — funded through public and private donations — will be the eighth of its kind in Seattle but the first that will serve exclusively one gender.
“It’s a need in the community. There’s a lot of homeless women. Some of them feel more comfortable in a single-sex environment,” said Sharon Lee, executive director of the Low Income Housing Institute, an affordable housing developer that manages the city’s tiny house villages.
Lee said the village will welcome women who are mothers or are pregnant, seniors, veterans and same-sex female couples.
Whittier Heights Village should be completed by the end of this month, Lee said. Some of the first residents are already lined up.
Not only is the new tiny house community for women, it’s being built predominantly by women, too. Weekend work parties have drawn dozens of female volunteers skilled in trades — carpenters, electricians, plumbers, painters and more, Lee said.
With an estimated 11,600 people homeless in King County and no sign of the problem abating, the tiny house trend is just one tool among many to gradually help people return to permanent housing. “The idea is to get people in a safe environment, so they’re no longer living in a tent or in a sleeping bag on the street,” Lee said.
Residents of the tiny house villages use them more as a temporary solution. They have a safe place to live while they work with an on-site social worker or case manager to receive needed services and eventually move into long-term or permanent housing.
Lee said it’s “so cost-effective” given Seattle’s shortage of affordable housing, and she said Seattle’s tiny house villages are a “proven model” that’s being replicated in other parts of Washington state and as far away as Denver, Colorado.
National advocacy groups dedicated to ending homeless say it’s hard to gauge how prevalent tiny home villages are nationwide. But, they say, there’s certainly a lot of talk about using them, and villages are popping up in some communities, particularly on the West Coast. “It’s a good alternative to unsheltered homelessness and also has the effect of connecting people with permanent housing; that’s fantastic,” said Tristia Bauman, senior attorney for the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty.
What is a ‘tiny house’ for the homeless?
The tiny houses being built by the Low Income Housing Institute to serve Seattle’s homeless population aren’t the trendy, fancy, full-fledged homes you’ll see on HGTV or other TV shows.
These 8 feet-by-12 feet structures have enough room for a bed and some storage to house a small family of two or three people. Larger families can be split between two houses placed side by side.
The ones being constructed for Whittier Heights Village cost $2,500 each to build and are paid for through public and private donations. Each house is insulated with heat, electricity and a lockable door. Common areas provide a full kitchen and bathroom facilities, which are shared among village residents.
But one of the biggest knocks against the concept is its limited scale.
“While they’re good, they barely scratch the surface,” Bauman said.
Steve Berg, vice president of programs and policy for the National Alliance to End Homelessness, agreed: “A community with 50 tiny houses set up in the context of a place like Seattle where there are thousands [of homeless], it’s not going to have much impact unless people can come in and use that little bit of stability to jump to the next step — to an apartment or something else through rapid re-housing or subsidized housing.”
“Thirty days [for each resident to live in a tiny house] are really what communities are setting as their goal,” he continued. “Then you can help 12 people a year for every bed; it just multiplies the effect. If you don’t turn them over at all, you’re just going to help one person [a year for every bed].”
About 1,000 people are served over the course of a year by the 250 tiny homes that the Low Income Housing Institute oversees in Seattle, Lee said.
Berg and Bauman also noted the villages tend to be more effective when embraced by surrounding communities. But the concept of tiny homes for the homeless hasn’t come without controversy or criticism.
When Seattle gave its endorsement in recent years of “sanctioned encampments” such as these tiny house villages, some neighborhoods — including some residents in Ballard previously — rose up in protest, not wanting an authorized gathering of homeless people near their homes.
But Lee says the public reception to tiny house villages “has gotten much better.”
“It’s something that’s captured people’s interest because when you think about a neighborhood, people respond so much more positively to neighbors living in tiny houses than neighbors living in tents,” she said. “When people say ‘we don’t want you in our neighborhood,’ we say, go visit one of the villages. We have people visit and talk to the residents and meet them and see how secure they are.”
Seven of Seattle’s eight villages, including Whittier Heights, are on city-owned property, Lee said, which triggers a requirement for a “community advisory committee” of various local stakeholders who oversee the village. The villages are secure, with a gatehouse and a sign-in requirement for guests. Residents take turns with chores, like litter pick-up and kitchen duty.
Lee said: “It’s an organized village; people who are here feel secure.”
KISSIMMEE, FL – A man is facing attempted murder charges after he admitted to trying to set several sex offenders on fire at a Florida motel.
According to police, 50-year-old Jorge Porto-Sierra arrived at the Friendly Village Inn with a plan to light up one of the rooms where four men were staying — two of which are registered sex offenders.
Witnesses said Porto-Sierra rammed the men’s car and poured gas on it while making several threats.
“I’m going to kill you, child molester,” he was reportedly screaming while throwing gasoline on the door of the men’s room. He also broke out the front window and poured gas into the men’s room.
When police arrived, Porto-Sierra had not set the gasoline on fire and he was taken into custody.
Asked why he didn’t carry out his plan, Porto-Sierra simply replied: “You got here too soon.”
Porto-Sierra was arrested and has been charged with four counts of attempted premeditated murder. He’s currently being held at the Osceola County Jail without bond.
If he were to go to trial and I was on the jury, I’d let him go with time served and make him pay for damages to the motel — but only if he is related to a victim of one the sex offenders.
Otherwise, I’d have to throw out emotional distress or temporary insanity and treat him like any other idiot who put innocent lives in danger.
While I do enjoy the justified vigilante stories we have reported on over the years (like this one and this one), I am not a fan of vigilantism as an accepted practice.
The average American can’t point out foreign countries on a globe or operate a motor vehicle correctly — and I’m supposed to be comfortable with them playing judge, jury, and executioner? lol! Yeah, no.
ATLANTA, GA – A mother has pleaded guilty to pimping out her two daughters – ages 5 and 6 – to men in exchange for cash and drugs.
Last April, the two girls were living with temporary legal guardians after their mother, 25-year-old Morgan Summerlin, was placed in jail.
The girls told the adults that their mother would routinely take them to men who would sexually assault and rape them.
One of the men they called “Pop,” later identified as 78-year-old Richard Office, was the man who gave Summerlin drugs.
The girls said Office touched their private parts and “humped” the 5-year-old girl, causing her to bleed from her vaginal area.
In another incident, they said their mother waited in the living room of Office’s home while Office tongue-kissed both girls in his bedroom and raped the younger sister while the older sister rubbed his feet.
When he was finished he gave the girls one-hundred dollars that was immediately taken from them by their mother.
The girls said their mom also brought them to to the home of Alfredo Trejo, who also raped and molested the girls. Trejo also paid the girls for their services and, as usual, that money went right into their pimp’s mother’s pocket.
Richard “Pops” Office
On Friday, Summerlin entered a guilty plea for rape and trafficking a person for sexual servitude, cruelty to children and enticing a child for indecent purposes. She will be sentenced on June 4th.
“It is difficult to imagine facts that are more horrific than those found in this case,” said Chief Senior Assistant District Attorney Irina Khasin. “I am hoping these two little girls can somehow survive this abuse and grow into healthy adults who can lead a productive and fulfilling life.”
The girls’ grandmother, Teresa Davidson, is already in jail after pleading guilty to cruelty to children for not protecting the girls. They had told her that their mother was letting men sexually abuse them and she did absolutely nothing to stop it. She is serving four years.
As for Office, he will die in prison. He was sentenced to life behind bars without parole after being found guilty on May 1st on charges of rape, child molestation, trafficking a person for sexual servitude, enticing a child for indecent purposes, and sexual battery.
Trejo faired a little better. He was found guilty on charges that pretty much mirrored Office’s. He will serve 25 years behind bars and the rest of his life on probation.
Bellevue College is well-known for its great curriculum, placing it as the third-largest institution of higher education overall in Washington State. But BC is also known for its social, cultural life and its promotion of diversity as well as overall inclusion.
While focusing on offering local and international students a higher education in preparation to university or a career pathway, Bellevue College along with the Office of International Education, also known as OIE, creates recreational programs where students can add a touch of their culture into the campus. Among the numerous events often organized by different student clubs, the International Night is one of the BC’s longest traditions and biggest cultural event for the whole academic year.
The OIE has planned the event this year six months prior to the date and has been looking for talents among enrolled students. The International Night poster highlighted that “this event is put together entirely by our international and local students to showcase their cultural heritage.” E-mail notifications had also been sent as reminders to ensure a great presence of the public for the success of the night.
On Saturday April 28, the cafeteria of Bellevue College has been transformed into a dreamy restaurant buffet animated with live performances. Right at the beginning, the guests were invited to join the line for the catering service.
Staying consistent with the international theme, the food was favored with a combination of diverse cuisine. There were foods such as hummus from the Mediterranean, tofu from Asia and the famous American cookies that we all enjoyed being served as dessert. While dining in the atmosphere that evening, the scheduled performances from various cultures began. A Chinese couple opened the show performing an acoustic guitar. Following this, were two students showing their best dance moves through the beat of K-pop music.
A couple of Japanese students shared a song that is considered as a graduation anthem in Japan. This beautiful euphony performed in Japanese language had a slow melody which would make anyone feel melancholy.
Then came the most anticipated part of the event, the fashion show. Students from different countries including China, Bulgaria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia and India were walking on the stage in their traditional and modern attires.
As they were showcasing their outfits, the master of ceremony was explaning the different occasions in which the costumes are wore and their assimilation to social status. The runway was rich with colors and styles, and the audience was very receptive and amazed by the unique aspect of each performances.
In addition to the fashion show were several styles of dance, including Taiko, a Persian love song, and a Japanese choral. Besides the performances were two photo booths available for everyone who wanted to make this moment memorable through selfies.
The International Night performances were described as modern and traditional, popular and rare, soft and beautiful and loud and powerful. Indeed, attending International Night was a live opportunity to learn from several cultures by having fun. It is in fact a way to improve cultural knowledge, social interaction and being aware that there is absolutely unity in diversity. More pictures of the International Night event are available at https://www.facebook.com/BCOIE/
U.S. Forest Service fire crews have broadcast burned 45 of 234 acres to the west of Pine Cove, which is north of Idyllwild. The project, which will be occuring intermittently over the winter when conditions are safe for burning, is part of a larger effort to create defensible space between neighborhoods and wildland areas in […]
Kaibab National Forest fire officials are alerting the public that recent prescribed fire activities may be visible at several locations across the Williams and Tusayan Ranger Districts over the next several days and could possibly linger into the approaching Christmas holiday. Forest visitors may see fire activity from recent pile burning operations that have been […]
Please slow down and use caution when driving near prescribed burn operations - fire fighter and public safety are our # 1 priority. 25 piles for 4 acres were completed at Road's End today, Tuesday, Dec. 18th. Wednesday, Dec. 19th crews plan to burn the remaining 30 piles in Riverkern.Thursday, Dec. 20th crews plan to […]
See the 'Announcements' and 'News' Tabs for the latest information on planned prescribed burns. As temperatures drop and the first precipitation of the season arrives, the Shasta-Trinity National Forest is conducting its fall, winter and spring prescribed fire projects. “The 2018 fire season has provided significant firefighting challenges for the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, our partners […]
As of December 17, 2018 three wildfires in the Western Divide Ranger District, ignited by lightning in early October, have been declared out. It appears precipitation received in recent storms was enough to extinguish the fires. No visible smoke has been observed for over a week, if any hot spots remain, they are interior without […]
Fire managers on the Hoosier National Forest (NF) intend to begin utilizing prescribed fire as a forest management tool in the coming weeks. All prescribed burns are dependent upon several factors, including but not limited to favorable weather and site conditions. Fire managers will be evaluating conditions to ensure compliance with policy and utilization of […]
Prescribed fires are essential tools for restoring the forest in our fire-adapted ecosystem, and smoke is an unavoidable byproduct of these vital efforts. Fire managers strive to minimize smoke impacts to the community as much as possible. They burn when winds and other atmospheric conditions will push the majority of smoke away from homes; they […]
Burned Area Emergency Response Team is working on the Hirz and Delta Fires The Shasta-Trinity National Forest is working with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, Bureau of Land Management, local counties, California Department of Transportation, and other federal, state and local agencies to assess potential post-fire impacts to watersheds burned by the Hirz and […]
Fire managers on the Canyon Lakes Ranger District are monitoring conditions on the Roosevelt National Forest to conduct the Bighorn Sheep Prescribed Burn in the Poudre Canyon this winter in an effort to improve wildlife habitat and reduce hazardous fuels. Burning could take place as conditions allow throughout the winter. This prescribed burn is located […]
Chico, CA - November 25, 2018: This will be the final posting of Inciweb for the Camp Fire. While the fire is 100% contained, non-fire operations are ongoing. To sign up for continuing information, press releases and announcements: https://buttecountyrecovers.org/signupFor recovery information and continuing evacuations locations and status visit: https://buttecountyrecovers.org/ For information regarding the Plumas National […]
As winter conditions settle in across Colorado's Northern Front Range, the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests will work to burn slash piles resulting from fuels reduction and hazardous tree removal projects across the area. Hand piles are a result of using chainsaws to thin the forest. Much of the smaller cut material is piled for […]
North Zone fire managers on the North Kaibab Ranger District of the Kaibab National Forest and the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park will be treating several project areas with prescribed fire starting in October 2018 and continuing through spring 2019. About 10,000 acres could be eligible for treatment across the Kaibab Plateau, but […]
The South Carver burn, will take place three miles north of Summit Reservoir near the intersection of Forest roads 556 and 557 in the Carver Canyon area of Haycamp Mesa. Approximately 1,200 acres will be burned by hand crews over five to seven days. The goal is reduce slash left from a previous timber sale […]
The Klondike Fire is burning in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest. The fire started on July 15 from a lightning strike in the area of Klondike Creek about 9 miles southwest of Selma, OR. The Klondike West fire is actively burning in the footprint of the 2002 Biscuit Fire and in the Kalmiopsis Wilderness. Portions […]
The Payette National Forest burned more than 3,700 acres over twelve days this fall. Although pile and landing burning will continue throughout into the winter months, large scale landscape burns are complete for 2018. For information on specific burns, please see the Links below.Prescribed burning on the Payette is intended to create fire-adapted communities, reduce […]
The Central Zone of the Payette conducted prescribed fire operations in the Rocky Bear project area this fall. Fifty two acres were burned over three days.The purpose of this burn was to reduce fuels in the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI), improve habitat for wildlife and reintroduce fire into the eco system.
The New Meadows Ranger District has burned 350 acres of Northern Idaho Ground Squirrel habitat in the Price Valley area. The burn was conducted October 1 to October 3. Residual smoke may still be visible in the
The Council Ranger District burned over 2,000 acres in the Cold Springs area, 7 miles northeast of Council. Beginning October 14th, the burn was conducted over four days with the objective of improving forest health, growth and resiliency and returning vegetation and fire frequency to historic conditions.Signs will be posted on roads and information boards […]
Williams, Ariz., Dec. 20, 2018—For Immediate Release. Fuels reduction efforts on Bill Williams Mountain on the Williams Ranger District of the Kaibab National Forest are set to commence next week after the Christmas holiday. Prescribed burning of several units of slash piles along forest road 111 on the north and east slopes of the mountain […]
Williams, Ariz., Dec. 18, 2018—For Immediate Release. Kaibab National Forest fire officials are alerting the public that recent prescribed fire activities may be visible at several locations across the Williams and Tusayan Ranger Districts over the next several days and could possibly linger into the approaching Christmas holiday. Forest visitors may see fire activity from […]
Prescribed Fire projects taking place December 13, 2018: Sims hand piles located 10 miles north/northwest of Hyampom 30 acresHarris northeast of McCloud 27 acresElk near Elk Flat north of Pilgrim Creek Snowmobile Park NE of McCloud 34
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., Dec. 12, 2018, For Immediate Release — Fire managers will be conducting green waste pile burns and slash pile burns south of Flagstaff starting Thursday morning.Fire managers are planning to conduct pile burns west of Interstate 17 near Willard Springs exit and near the closed southbound rest area. The first is a 6-acre […]
Prescribed Fire projects December 12, 2018: Sims hand piles 10 miles north/northwest of Hyampom 30 acres Hawk Creek south of Big Bar 5 acresPorcupine Glover northeast of McCloud 39 acres Buck Fire Suppression Repair piles approx. 15 miles south of Wildwood, 8
Prescribed Fire projects taking place December 11, 2018 on the Shasta-Trinity National Forest include: Sims hand piles located 10 miles north/northwest of Hyampom 5 acresPapoose roadside hand piles east of Trinity Dam 10 acresElk near Elk Flat north of Pilgrim Creek Snowmobile Park NE of McCloud 60 acres http://www.Mo tinyurl.com/shfprescribed
The Shasta-Trinity National Forest will soon begin the Northwoods Deuce fuels reduction project on Shasta Lake near Packers Bay south of O’Brien Mountain and west of Interstate 5. The main goal of this project is to reduce the severity of future wildfires and provide added protection for communities in the wildland urban interface. The total […]
Williams, Ariz., Dec. 7, 2018—For Immediate Release. Persistent wet weather has presented favorable opportunities for fire crews to continue burning piles at numerous locations across the Kaibab National Forest. Fire personnel on the Williams Ranger District will be moving to an area known has Kaufman Springs today approximately 4 miles north of the community of […]
Williams, Ariz., Dec. 6, 2018—For Immediate Release. Fire managers will continue to burn piles on the Williams and Tusayan ranger districts of the Kaibab National Forest today and tomorrow. On the Williams district, 139 acres of piles off of Forest Road 186 just south of Forest Road 108 near Coleman Lake will be ignited Thursday […]
PHOENIX, Nov. 30, 2018—For Immediate Release. Fire managers on the Payson Ranger District plan to burn debris piles starting Monday, Dec. 3 and continuing through Friday, Dec. 7 as conditions allow. The activities could occur in a variety of locations north of Payson. Potential burning locations include: Colcord Estates – 300 acres, duration of two […]
Fire managers plan to burn piles on the Tusayan and Williams ranger districts of the Kaibab National Forest starting tomorrow and continuing through next week, as conditions allow. The piles are the result of forest restoration efforts, and the goal of burning them is to further reduce fuels that could feed high-intensity wildfire. Tusayan Ranger […]
Pile burns next week throughout the forest FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., Nov. 30, 2018, For Immediate Release — Fire managers will be conducting slash pile burns near Flagstaff, Mountainaire and southwest of Clints Well throughout next week. Flagstaff Area On Monday fire managers are planning to conduct smaller pile burns near Mount Elden’s Fatman’s Loop trail, west […]
Prescribed Fire Projects taking place November 29, 2018 (all are pile burns): Westside Plantation on South Fork Mountain north and south of Hwy 36 along Forest Roads 1S23, 1S11, 1S01, 425 AcresUnderwood near Underwood Mountain south of Burnt Ranch, 10 acresElk near Elk Flat northeast of McCloud, 164
A boom has been staged on the shoreline of Shasta Lake near the Charlie Creek Railroad Trestle near Lakeshore to capture potential debris flows in Shasta Lake resultant of the Delta and Hirz Fires. In the event of a woody debris flow event, employees will attempt to stop debris at the trestle. This action is […]
Pile burns Thursday, Friday across the forest FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., Nov. 28, 2018, For Immediate Release — Fire managers will be conducting slash pile burns Thursday (Nov. 29) and Friday (Nov. 30) near Clints Well and Flagstaff. Mogollon Rim Ranger District firefighters are planning to burn slash piles both Thursday and Friday near the intersection of […]
Burning since October 4th in the John Krebs Wilderness of Sequoia National Park, the 1,777 acre lightning-caused Eden Fire is now 90% contained. The onset of winter-like weather and a combination of visual and infrared flights this week have shown the fire’s growth to be very limited. Located in and adjacent to the Eden Creek […]