San Bernardino County Sheriff John McMahon identified the fallen rescuer as Tim Staples, 32, who had been a volunteer with the department’s West Valley Search Rescue Team for nine years.The death took place as members of a San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Search and Rescue Team continued their search for the missing hiker into a seventh day.”During today’s search a SBSD Search and Rescue team member became separated from his partner,” the sheriff’s department said in a written statement.A Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department helicopter found Staples in an ice chute, McMahon said. A rescuer was lowered to the ground and discovered that Staples had died as a result of a fall.The investigation into the details of the incident were under investigation.Staples was among 126 search and rescue volunteers from 11 counties participating in the search on Saturday, McMahon said.”Our search and rescue volunteers, as well as those from throughout the entire state, give of themselves and their time selflessly to try to rescue folks that become lost, and today is an example of what they’re willing to give to try to help save some of the citizens who, unfortunately, get lost or get hurt in some of the most dangerous parts of our state.””Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, and we make sure we do everything in our power to help them through this process, as well as the rest of our volunteers,” McMahon said.Mourners gathered at Damien High School for a vigil on Saturday night. A prayer service was planned for Monday at Damien High School, officials said.”Tim Staples was a newly married faculty member and a Damien class of 2006 graduate” Damien High School officials said in a written statement.
It’s Sunday, everyone. Many of us are likely hung over. Some of us might be pulling all nighters for midterms. We have an extremely young team with low front end contracts. Yes Manning salary is high but its structured in a way that allows Denver the room to sign quality players in the off season. I could continue to overwhelm you facts but I feel you not worth the time.
How about when you turn the TV on, say your favourite late night show host is on, you really enjoy the episode, but probably never even considered looking into how to donate to him for the entertainment, how about a radio host or a journalist who wrote a relatable article, or a friend who told you good jokes for the whole night? These are all forms of entertainment, that would be worth donating just as much, but you are not willing to do so. It is not always as simple as you want to believe it sounds: paying for entertainment. People act very differently in situations and the whole tipping/donating thing is often randomly and irrationally skewed towards certain type of entertainers.