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KOMO veterans had a love of flying, storytelling

18 March 2014 | 9:22 pm Profiles of the two men killed in Tuesdays helicopter crash. http://seattletimes.com/html/localnews/2023162990_helicoptervictimsxml.html?syndication=rss

Seattle's KOMO News helicopter crashes, killing 2

18 March 2014 | 8:23 pm A television news helicopter has crashed in Seattle near the city's iconic Space Needle, killing two people on board and critically injuring one man in a car. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/seattle-helicopter-crash-kills-2-near-space-needle-153909807.html

Gary Pfitzner, Bill Strothman die in Seattle helicopter crash

18 March 2014 | 8:13 pm Seattle TV station KOMO has identified the two people killed in a news helicopter crash near the Space Needle during rush hour this morning. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/gary-pfitzner-bill-strothman-dead-seattle-helicopter-crash-193747543.html

Tribest Wolfgang Grain Mill (Kitchen) tagged “komo” 2 times

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Through the Outhouse Floor: and other real adventures of missionary life (Paperback) tagged “komo” 2 times

20 April 2008 | 12:09 pm Through the Outhouse Floor: and other real adventures of missionary life Through the Outhouse Floor: and other real adventures of missionary life (Paperback)By Barbara Thomas Buy new: $17.9636 used and new from $2.72 Customer Rating: 4.4 Customer tags: christian missions(5), africa(4), bible translation(3), missions(2), culture clash(2), komo(2), missionary(2), missiology, katinga, family life, congo, hardship http://www.amazon.com/Through-Outhouse-Floor-adventures-missionary/dp/0595441750?tag=cclub-20

Pilot killed in KOMO news helicopter crash was Issaquah resident …

18 March 2014 | 8:26 pm Gary Pfitzner, 59, of Issaquah, was one of two men who died in a fiery crash near the Space Needle Tuesday morning. Veteran Seattle photojournalist Bill Strothman, 62, of Bothell, was also killed when the KOMO-TV  http://www.issaquahpress.com/2014/03/18/pilot-killed-in-komo-news-helicopter-crash-was-issaquah-resident-loved-to-fly/

Pilot killed in KOMO news helicopter crash was Issaquah resident …

18 March 2014 | 7:55 pm Gary Pfitzner, 59, of Issaquah, was one of two who died in a fiery crash near the Space Needle Tuesday morning. Gary Pfitzner. Veteran Seattle photojournalist Bill Strothman, 62, of Bothell, was also killed when the KOMO-TV  http://www.issaquahpress.com/2014/03/18/pilot-of-komo-news-helicopter-crash-was-issaquah-resident/

KOMO Helicopter Crash; Please Stay Away from Area

18 March 2014 | 7:26 pm Mayor Murray and SPD are asking people to please stay away from the Seattle Center area in the wake of this morning's crash of a KOMO helicopter that killed the two people onboard and seriously injured a driver in a car  http://saveseattleschools.blogspot.com/2014/03/komo-helicopter-crash-please-stay-away.html


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  • Tiara says:

    How To Describe A Volcanic Eruption In A Story? I need to write a short story for a school project. I plan on writing it based back in 79 AD when Mt Vesuvius erupted, the thing is I’m not entirely sure how to write the descriptions of the volcano actually erupting.
    Can anyone help me?

    • Curator says:

      There are plenty of writings about the eruption of Mt Vesuvius that you can look up. Use a search engine and your local library.

      Also I suggest you listen to the audio of a man who was trapped in the ash cloud as Mt St Helens was erupting. His name is Dave Crockett. He was a photographer for a local Seattle news channel. You weren’t alive for this…but I was. It was horrific. This is the video and audio: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njV9ski1gB4#t=120 from KOMO news. You can also look it up. He had to leave his car and walk. So it’s him and a video camera and he is describing everything. He made it out alive somehow and he was one of the few lucky ones.

  • Stephen says:

    Cool Skateboard Brand That Is Not Taken? Me and my friend are starting a skateboarding brand and we need help thinking of a name. I want a brand that is cool and worn by steezers, but still respected by the skateboarding community, like DGK. I thought of a brand I sort of like, the brand is named “Light” and the slogan or whatever the f**k you call it is “Get lit”. I liked it at first, but I don’t really think it would be worn by the steezers. Something like Huf, or Diamond supply co. would be great. These brands are worn by steezers yet still respected by skaters. Any help on names? Thanks.

  • Nathaniel says:

    Washington “Sales Tax Deduction”? What Does It Mean, And How Can I Take Full Advantage Of It? Sooo…

    I’m not very tax return savvy per say… but the other day I hurd something on the news that peaked my interest… and did a very small amount of research…

    “Washington State taxpayers may deduct sales tax in 2012 and 2013”
    -Department of Revenue Washington State. (2013)

    “Washington State residents may deduct state and local general-sales tax on their federal income returns for tax year 2012. The sales tax deduction was extended again in legislation signed by President Obama on January 2, 2013.”
    -Department of Revenue Washington State. (2013)

    “If you itemize your deductions on your tax return, don’t forget to claim the full deduction for the Washington State Sales Tax.”
    -Komo News (2013)

    “You can continue to deduct either your state income tax or the sales taxes you paid on personal purchases. For most Washington residents, this means you will deduct sales tax, since you don’t have a Washington State personal income tax.”
    -http://www.mdbcpa.com/SalesTaxDeduction.html (2012?)

    “If you file a Form 1040, and itemize deductions on Schedule A, you have the option of claiming either state and local income taxes or state and local sales taxes. (You can’t claim both.) If you saved your receipts throughout the year, you can add up the total amount of sales taxes you actually paid and claim that amount.”
    -IRS.gov (Sales Tax Deduction Calculator, 2013)

    Sooo…. even though I’ve done a small amount of research… and I get the basic idea.
    Can anyone explain it a little more?
    Weigh the pro’s and con’s for me?
    What are the benifits to itemizing?
    How do I take full advantage of this?

    • Curator says:

      First of all you must itemize to get any benefit. This means you need to have total itemized deductions in excess of the standard deduction which was 11,900 for married filers and 5,950 for single filers in 2012. Normally people who itemize have a home or own some property for mortgage interest and property tax deductions and may also have charitable donations. Review form “Schedule A” to get a listing of itemized deductions.

      If you have enough to itemize then you can deduct sales taxes paid. You can add up all receipts, which is quite inconvenient and tedious or you can use the table provided by the IRS. The table determines an average spending based on your adjusted gross income modified for nontaxable income. This amount is multiplied by the state and local sales tax rate to determine how much is allowed as a deduction if you did not keep every receipt. In addition to the amount calculated from the tables you can also add any sales taxes paid on large ticket items like cars, boats, motorcycles, home improvement materials, etc.

  • Jimbo says:

    Are Gays Proud Of Celebrating Gay Pride Week By Beating Up Two Christians With Jesus Signs? SEATTLEITES CELEBRATE GAY PRIDE WEEK BY BEATING UP TWO CHRISTIANS WITH JESUS SIGNS!

    7/5/13 Daily Caller/Jim Treacher

    “If there’s one thing I hate, it’s intolerance. And I certainly can’t tolerate hate! That’s why, if somebody is holding up a sign you don’t like, you should be allowed to attack them.

    Well, as long as they’re religious nuts.

    Wait, wait, not if they’re Muslims, though. You can’t do that.

    Oh, here, just watch.”


    KOMO in Seattle:

    A protester holding a sign reading “Repent or Else” was attacked by a group of people following a loud argument during Pridefest Sunday, according to the Seattle Police Department…

    At one point, the video shows a 36-year-old Marysville man taking off his shirt and threatening the sign-holding protester. The man eventually starts leaving, saying, “Cops are coming; let’s roll.”

    After a group of women try unsuccessfully to steal the protester’s sign, a group of men grab onto it and pull him to the ground while the crowd applauds. That’s when the video shows the 36-year-old run back toward the fight and punch the sign-holder in the back of the head multiple times.

    Officers returned to the scene after the fight was broken up and arrested the 36-year-old, who was booked into King County Jail.

    “Be tolerant or we’ll kick your ***.”

    You don’t have to like what the guy has to say. You can yell and scream at him all you want. But apparently, that’s not tolerant enough!

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/07/05/seattl…
    @ Georg – Do you really think that the AP would actually print this story?

    • Curator says:

      Directly translated from English to Hawaiian:
      E komo mai i ka palekaiko
      Come on in to paradise

      An actual Hawaiian phrase speaking of welcome:
      I kū ā hele mai i kēia ʻāina, he hale, he ʻai, he inu nou. Heahea wau iāʻoe, nou ka ʻāina
      Should you come to this place, there is a house, food, and drink for you. I make this call of welcome to you, the land is also for you.

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