Born and raised in Yakima, moved around for about 8 years and just recently moved back. Married with 3 kids and all of the responsibility that goes with it. I love being a dad, I think I know how to cook and love being back in Yakima.
Thanks to the ever-growing trade groups on Facebook as well as Craigslist, when it comes to businesses, you have to eventually meet up in person, but where? I'm not going to go to your house and I'm absolutely not going to tell you where I live, so where should we meet to make the sale or make the exchange? Here are a few good places in Yakima.
WWE Superstar and multi-time champion "The Viper Randy Orton has been a mainstay in WWE for several years now. His 'finishing move', the RKO, is known to lay his opponents down for the count. Some fans have decided to add Randy Orton and his RKO to several fail videos to add a little pizzazz to these already funny videos.
When it comes to school fundraising, some kids turn to car washes (boring!) and some simply beg for money, but Christy has a great idea. Christy is a Naches Valley choir student and is selling pies to help fund her trip. Buy a pie, won't ya?
Back in September, someone decided to record four hours of TV onto a video tape - commercials and all. He just posted it to YouTube so we can enjoy a few game shows, some kids TV programing from Nickelodeon how cheesy commercials were back in the 90s.
Yakima Valley Community College is home to the YVCC Playmasters. They develop and perform a few pieces every year that are created by the students. This season, they're doing a horror play and you're invited!
The other day as I was helping my daughter get in the car, I saw a man coming toward us. He was walking with a strut somewhere between a pimp stride and a drunk man walking an invisible tightrope.
I didn't pay much attention as I was rushing my daughter to get in the car and buckle up. When he made his way to me I could tell that he wasn't all there. He didn't seem drunk or even high. Just someone down on his luck -- as well as brain cells, most likely due to previous years of drug use. He asked me, in his words, "skoozedunmenbu'ya y'zprchunjfercofeh?"
Thanks to a technique my mom taught me, I knew exactly what he said. Here's what he said and how you can understand what people are saying when they're slurring their words or just have a speech problem.
Meet Charlie LeDuff. He's a news reporter and is my new idol. He looks like some random dude, but his reporting is on point. He was covering a story on how they cut back on the local Meals on Wheels program, going from fresh food to previously frozen meals.
I have a little one who rides the school bus every day. I understand that stopping for a school bus might not be the most convenient thing in your day, but I thank you for following the rules for the sake of safety. This woman, however, didn't have time for anything, so she went up on the sidewalk. Little did she know what was waiting for her on the other side.
I'm not sure what happened, but yesterday I had a pretty sore feeling in my ear. I figured it was just an ear infection and could probably get antibiotics for it. That was until I saw what my ear looked like in the mirror. Can you tell which ear is infected?
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