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Nct as things that my family said in New York

Renjun: !!!!!!! Airport gum !!!!!!!

Mark: I got on one moving sidewalk I kept going backwards so I turned around and went that way

Haechan: At least we know that if you’re not eating they’re feeding you with compliments

Doyoung: You’re screaming in my ear and I’m about to punch you in the nose

Chenle: *constantly screeching Hamilton or Wicked or Cats*

Taeil: Hello fellow New York teens we’re homeschooled

Taeyong: Be safety that’s me


Jisung: I have to pee so bad I might throw up

Jaehyun: I HAVE TO PEE SO BAD I CANT SEE


Ten: Ok I’m leaving I just farted in public


Johnny: Need me a man like that. If they don’t understand much English then they can’t say no

Jeno: Beep beep know what I’m saying

Yuta: that’s so embarrassing for your life. And your soul.


Hansol: How do you get a patch in a motorcycle gang??? You have to kill someone, right? I’m about that. Wait so you don’t kill someone??? I can’t do that? Oh then I’m out.

Winwin: You know what else is weird?? You sleep with your eyes open

Yukhei: *when asked if she’s wearing a seatbelt* no but this Big Mac will save me


Jungwoo: I’m so excited about my umbrella hat you guys

Kun: I love our hair! It’s a good thing we got that rogain for you

Jaemin: this guy looks so happy I wonder what happened to him
Chris Kreider #1

Anonymous said: Can I ask for a Chris Kreider imagine and can it be about him taking his kids to team practice and the guys making fun of him cuz there are like five or six of them and then the reader pops up and she’s pregnant again!

A/N: literally i was like ‘who is this guy again’ and looked up his tag and was like ‘omg its the guy who used to kiss talbys helmet!!!’ lol well i hope u liked it :) also writing this was a different POV was weird and sorry if it was weird to read or anything

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The fact the Kreider family was big wasn’t new news. So knowing the four kids would be skating around the ice rink, the oldest three in their hockey gear, everyone was happy enough to have the little ones on the ice. With practice over, a few Rangers stayed behind and hung out with Chris and his kids. 

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Trump tells Duterte of two U.S. nuclear subs in Korean waters: NYT
U.S. President Donald Trump told his Philippine counterpart that Washington has sent two nuclear submarines to waters off the Korean peninsula, the New York Times said, comments likely to raise questions about his handling of sensitive information. He also praised Duturd for fighting the drug problem. Duturd has been rounding up drug users and executing them; I guess Trump thinks that is good policy. Divulging top secret intelligence again...treasonous...putting Military at risk...on purpose

U.S. President Donald Trump

told his Philippine counterpart that Washington has sent two nuclear submarines to waters off the Korean peninsula, the New York Times said, comments likely to raise questions about his handling of sensitive information.

Trump has said “a major, major conflict” with North Korea is possible because of its nuclear and missile programs and that all options are on the table but that he wants to resolve the crisis diplomatically.

North Korea has vowed to develop a missile mounted with a nuclear warhead that can strike the mainland United States, saying the program is necessary to counter U.S.aggression.


Trump told Philippine PresidentRodrigo DuterteWashington had “a lot of firepower over there”, according to the New York Times, which quoted a transcript of an April 29 call between the two.

“We have two submarines — the best in the world. We have two nuclear submarines, not that we want to use them at all,” the newspaper quoted Trump as telling Duterte, based on the transcript.

The report was based on a Philippine transcript of the call that was circulated on Tuesday under a “confidential” cover sheet by the Americas division of the Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs.

In a show of force, the United States has sent the nuclear-powered USS Carl Vinsonaircraft carrier waters off the Korean peninsula, where it joined the USS Michigan, a nuclear submarine that docked in South Korea in late April.

According to the Times, a senior Trumpadministration official in Washington, who was not authorized to publicly discuss the call and insisted on anonymity, confirmed the transcript was an accurate representation of the call between the two leaders.


U.S. officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, have said Trump discussed intelligence about Islamic State with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Russian AmbassadorSergei Kislyak at talks in the Oval Office this month, raising questions about Trump’s handling of secrets.

Trump also praised Duterte for doing an “unbelievable job on the drug problem”, the New York Times reported a subject that has drawn much criticism in the West.

Almost 9,000 people, many small-time users, and dealers, have been killed in the Philippines since Duterte took office on June 30. Police say about one-third of the victims were shot by officers in self-defense during legitimate operations.

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Times Square, protests, Weiner and more — it happened today: May 19 in pictures

Celebrating 50 years since The Beatles released Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club, a living installation will recreate the artwork from the infamous cover at Chiswick House And Gardens; a Kashmiri boy shields himself with plywood from stones and glass marbles during a clash between Indian policemen and protesters during a protest in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir; Richard Rojas, of the Bronx, N.Y., appears during his arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court, in New York; a boy kicks a ball as he plays soccer with his friends at Galle Dutch Fort in Galle, Sri Lanka; Former U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner exits U.S. Federal Court with attorney Arlo Devlin-Brown ® in New York City; an area designated for the victims of an accident in New York’s Times Square after a driver plowed through a crowd of pedestrians. These are some of the photos of the day. (AP/EPA/Getty/Reuters)

Photo: Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty Images, Dar Yasin/AP, Dinuka Liyanawatte/Reuters, Brendan McDermid/Reuters, Gordon Donovan/Yahoo News

See more photos of the day and our other slideshows on Yahoo News.

Atco-Bee Gee Pact Shows Value of UK Acts in U. S.

uncredited writer, Billboard, 13 May 1967

NEW YORK — The potential for British groups in the U. S. was reaffirmed by Atco Records last week when the company shelled out $250,000 for the exclusive U. S. distribution right to recordings by the Bee Gees. The deal was arranged between Ahmet Ertegun, president of Atlantic-Atco, and Robert Stigwood, joint managing director of NEMS, Ltd., the manager of the group.

The Bee Gees, a male foursome, are considered to be the hottest act to break in England since the Beatles came to the fore four years ago. Their first record, ‘‘New York Mining Disaster 1941,” released a little more than week ago stirred up lots of sales excitement. Atco will release the record here on Monday 

For the past three years the Bee Gees have been the top recording act in Australia. They have had a series of No. 1 records in Australia, and have won a large number of awards as performers, record sellers and songwriters.

Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibbs, three of the four Bee Gees, have been together since 1958 when their average age was 10. Drummer Colin Petersen made the act a foursome in Britain in February. The group signed with Stigwood that same month and immediately started a scries of record sessions.

Atco Records is planning to launch the biggest promotion and advertising campaign in its history for the Bee Gee’s exposure in the U. S. It’s expected that the group will come to the U. S. in a few months for promotional tours and TV appearances.

Reasons Why I’m Emotional (SPOILER: Seventeen)

HELLO FRIENDS NOW IT IS TIME TO TALK ABOUT WHY I AM SO EMOTIONAL TODAY

  • first of all
  • sEVENTEEN IS IN NYC
  • !!!!!
  • I KNOW ME TOO
  • SPEAKING AS SOMEONE WHO IS FROM AMERICA AND LIVES IN THE UNITED STATES I AM VERY UPSET AND EMOTIONAL BC FINALLY MY MEMES ARE IN T H E  S A M E  C O U N T R Y  A S  M E
  • A N D  I  S T I L L  C A N T  S E E  T H E M
  • brb imma cry 
  • CAN WE JUST TAKE A MOMENT TO PRAY FOR ALL INTERNATIONAL CARATS WHO WON’T BE ABLE TO SEE SVT
  • LIKE????
  • HOW DO YOU EXPECT ME TO COPE
  • IM SO EMOTIONAL AND BLESSED BY THESE PICTURES
  • BUT I AM READY TO SIN AND DRIVE ALL THE WAY TO NEW YORK CITY
  • buy my coffin and plan my funeral 
  • IN OTHER NEWS
  • i might make a Reasons To Stan Seventeen (KCON/New York Ver.)??
  • bc what else am i supposed to do with these memes in new york city
  • ALSO LETS TAKE A MOMENT TO THINK ABOUT WONWOO BC HE CANT BE IN NY SINCE HES SICK AND IM UPSET ABOUT THIS VERY MUCH I JUST WANT WONWOO TO FEEL BETTER SO WE CAN ALL PAY MORE ATTENTION TO HIM
  • inserting wonwoo gifs bc i miss and love our precious garden fairy

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Originally posted by jeonswonwu

Originally posted by fyjeonwonwoo

Originally posted by 12fools

  • someone save this child
  • OKAY THAT IS ALL
  • JUST WANTED TO EXPRESS MY EMOTIONAL STATE BC SVT GETS TO ME
  • THANK YOU FOR LISTENING
  • THIS WAS A PSA
Plane With New York CEO, 3 Others, Missing in Bahamas

Miami (AP) – Authorities searched in the Bahamas on Tuesday for a small overdue plane with four people from the U.S. on board, including a prominent New York businesswoman and her two children. Read more

Ex-US Congressman Weiner Pleads Guilty in Teen 'Sexting' Case

NEW YORK: Former U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner on Friday pleaded guilty in federal court to one count of sending obscene messages to a minor, ending an investigation into a “sexting” scandal that played a role in last year’s U.S. presidential election.

Appearing before U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska in New York, Weiner, 52, agreed not to appeal any prison sentence of 27 months or less as part of his plea deal with federal prosecutors.

The former Democratic congressman saw his political career implode after a series of scandals involving his inappropriate sexual exchanges with women online. U.S. authorities have been investigating reports that Weiner, 52, sent explicit messages last year to a teenage girl in North Carolina.

Federal agents seized Weiner’s laptop during the probe and discovered a batch of emails from his wife, Huma Abedin, a senior aide to Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee for president in 2016.

As a result, James Comey, then the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, announced in late October that the agency was reviewing the messages to determine whether to reopen its investigation into Clinton’s handling of official correspondence.

Clinton has blamed her loss to Republican Donald Trump in part on Comey’s announcement, even though Comey said two days before the election in November that the review had uncovered no new evidence.

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Ford's ousted CEO told us he was thinking long term — Wall Street couldn't wait

(Ford Motor Company CEO Mark Fields speaks at the 2017 New York International Auto Show in New York City, U.S. April 12, 2017.REUTERS/Brendan Mcdermid)
Mark Fields said he’d been thinking about more than just shareholders. But it was the shareholders who were his undoing.  

“We are a company with a soul,” Fields, then Ford’s CEO, told Business Insider in a March 2016 interview. “We can take a longer term view, but also at the same time drive good shareholder returns and good returns for all of our stakeholders." 

But Wall Street wasn’t waiting. Ford’s share price fell more than 30 percent during Fields’ tenure. The company’s board is said to have been fed up with its Wall Street performance. On Monday, Ford replaced Fields with Jim Hackett, a former CEO of Steelcase, and a Ford board member who’s said to be close to the company’s chairman Bill Ford. 

Fields’ ouster in some ways shows the tension between an old way American companies did business, and the priorities that have taken over corporate America in the past few decades. 

Stakeholders vs. Shareholders

When Fields told us he was thinking about all the company's "stakeholders,” he was effectively saying that he ran the carmaker the way corporations were run before 1970s. 

The “stakeholder model” is the idea that management balances the needs and desires of shareholders, as well as employees, customers, suppliers, and the communities where a company does business. This was how companies like IBM did business during their mid-20th century heydays. 

“I call it having one foot in today and one foot in tomorrow,” Fields said in the 2016 interview. “One foot in today is around delivering this month’s sales, this quarter’s financials, this year’s objectives, and one foot in tomorrow, which is really understanding what we think the world is going to look like 10, 15, 20 years from now.”

But since the 1970s, shareholders have jumped to the front of the line, and Wall Street now expects to be a company’s first — and sometimes only — priority. 

In our interview, Fields said he wanted his “employees to be happy” and talked about traveling to Ford plants around the world, thinking about the “200,000 men and women that are relying us back in [the headquarters in] Dearborn." 

Yet, faced with Ford’s shareholders breathing down his neck, Fields cut 1,400 salaried jobs in May. Despite the auto industry’s recovery since the Great Recession, Ford’s profit margins weren’t keeping up with competitors. 

Fields told us he was focused on many investments that would take far longer than Wall Street’s focus on quarterly results. 

(Henry Blodget talks with Mark Fields at Business Insider’s New York office in March 2016.Sarah Jacobs / Business Insider)
He pointed to the company’s F-150 pickup, its bread and butter, that switched to a radical aluminum structure. Fields said the better fuel economy was good for the environment, but  the 2014 switch required retooling factories, a delay that hit earnings in the short term for the sake of record profits a year later. 

And he talked about the company’s investments in self-driving cars, a new office in Silicon Valley, and transforming Ford into a "mobility” company that was thinking about a world where people might not own cars outright. 

In the end, Ford’s board lost confidence in Fields, whose ouster is being described as a retirement.

In an interview with CNBC, Ford Chairman Bill Ford said this was about more than just the share price. 

“There’s no question that all of us where acutely aware that the stock has been languishing,” Ford said. But the company needs “to be quicker in our decision making,” he said. 

It’ll be up to Jim Hackett to prop up Ford’s profits and share price, while also executing a high stakes long-term plan pitting Ford against its traditional rivals like GM, as well as upstarts like Tesla and Uber that are trying to become the car companies of an impending self-driving world. 

Wall Street’s willing to wait on Tesla. Its market cap recently exceeded Ford’s. Fields didn’t have that luxury of time.  

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Plane With New York CEO, 3 Others, Missing in Bahamas

Miami (AP) – Authorities searched in the Bahamas on Tuesday for a small overdue plane with four people from the U.S. on board, including a prominent New York businesswoman and her two children.

The U.S. Coast Guard said the twin-engine MU-2B was east of the island of Eleuthera on Monday when air traffic control in Miami lost radar and radio contact with the plane. It was en route from Puerto Rico and never made it to its destination of Titusville, along the northeastern coast of Florida.

Debris and an oil slick was spotted east of Eleuthera but authorities were still trying to determine whether it came from the missing plane, according to Marilyn Fajardo, a Coast Guard spokeswoman in Miami.

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“We are still searching for survivors,” she said.

The people on board the plane were identified as Nathan Ulrich, 52, of Lee, New Hampshire, and Jennifer Blumin of New York, 40, along with her 4-year-old and 10-year-old sons.

Blumin was founder and CEO of Skylight Group, which provides event space around New York City, specializing in the fashion industry. The company confirmed she and members of her family were on the plane in a statement.

“Her family is working with investigators and we politely ask that you respect their privacy at this time,” the company said.

Their plane was at about 24,000 feet when air traffic control lost contact. “There’s no indication of significant adverse weather at the time,” said Lt. Cmdr. Ryan Kelly, a Coast Guard spokesman.

Ulrich was listed as the pilot but it was not known who was flying it at the time, Kelly said. Blumin owned the plane through a consulting company, according to New York State and aviation records.

Coast Guard aircraft were searching along with Customs and Border Patrol and the Royal Bahamas Defense Force about 40 miles (64 kilometers) east of Eleuthera. A Coast Guard cutter was dispatched to the area and was expected to arrive later Tuesday to assist with the search.

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