If you were listening to the show early this morning we talked about this story. A 14 year old girl for some reason decided to Tweet to American Airlines a fake terrorist threat. The girl, Sarah wrote, "My name's Ibrahim and I'm from Afghanistan. I'm part of Al Qaida and on June 1st I'm gonna do something really big. Bye." Why she thought that this was OK to post to the airline , no one knows at this point but American Airlines did not find any humor in it.
Do you have a teenager? If you do I think you will agree there is always something, something about them you just can't seem deal with and you talk to them, fight with them, ground them and nothing seems to work. So what do you do? Have you ever thought about going to some extreme to get your point across? Well this guy did, and from what I understand so far, it has worked.
If you listen to the "Sean and Richie Show" at all you probably know that I am a nerd, a geek, a "trekie" or whatever other word you want to throw at me. These names for me however are badges that as an adult I wear proudly, as a child however it wasn't always that easy. So how do you handle it when you are called names in school? Wil Wheaton most recently of "The Big Bang Theory," was recently asked this by a youngster at Denver's Comic Con.
if you scour the "YouTube" it isn't hard to find some young basketball player being touted as the next Jordan or the Next Lebron, this kid however may indeed be the real deal. In 6th grade Shamar Morrow, known as "Baby Lebron" already stands at 6'2" and can dunk!
This is why there just aren't as many "Mannys" as you would think there should be. Man, like myself just don't have the ability to multitask when things like sports, beer or women are around. I think we all have done some pretty stupid things when we are distracted by shiny objects, fortunately for most of us, there aren't cameras around when we do.
This morning on "The Good News" , a feature we do every weekday morning at 8:10 am on the "Sean and Richie Show",we talked about an 8 year old boy who touched a soldier with his generosity. The boy is Myles Eckert and he lives in Toledo, Ohio. Last month Myles hit the jackpot by finding a $20 bill in the parking lot on his way into the local Cracker Barrel with his family. When you are 8, getting a hold of 20 bucks can really get your head spinning with ways to spend it on yourself but what Myles did with the money was priceless.
You don't think anything of it when your kids come home from school and tells you they had a fire drill at school. You don't think twice anymore about an "emergency go-home" drill, or even a "lock-down" drill
The news that a new baby is on the way can make people react in so many different ways.,shock, fear, happiness, excitement, it really can run the gambit of emotions. The news about which sex the baby is, can be just as unpredictable.
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