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During World War II, he worked on the Manhattan Project in New Mexico, and later worked for Hughes Aircraft in Los Angeles before opening a real estate agency with his late wife. He's already looking ahead to his 103rd birthday, when he wants to go jump ...


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Glenn Quillin of Carlsbad, California, turned 102 in January, and on Saturday he decided to celebrate by setting the Guinness World Record for oldest person to ride a zip lineJoined by family, friends, and staff members of the retirement community where he lives, Quillin set off on three zip lines, going up to 50 mph as he zoomed over canyons"I am always amazed at my dad," his daughter, Roxane Smith, told The San Diego Union-Tribune"He's just a fantastic guy who always does things that are fun, exciting, and different." Quillin said he's always been a thrill seeker, and he used to race cars and motorcyclesDuring World War II, he worked on the Manhattan Project in New Mexico, and later worked for Hughes Aircraft in Los Angeles before opening a real estate agency with his late wifeHe's already looking ahead to his 103rd birthday, when he wants to go jump out of a plane again with his grandson so he can break a record for world's oldest skydiver"I have my eye on that airplane," he said"I wouldn't mind doing that again, not one bit." 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President Trump is reportedly so annoyed by White House Chief of Staff John Kelly that he's been in touch with the only other person who could understand: Reince Priebus, his former chief of staff, who also annoyed himPriebus was pushed out to make room for Kelly, the retired four-star Marine general who was touted as bringing calm to a chaotic White HouseBut it turns out, The New York Times reports, Trump doesn't like it when his aides are in the news for the wrong reasons, and Kelly made negative headlines this week for forecefully defending former White House staff secretary Rob Porter after he was accused of domestic violence and suggesting that some undocumented immigrants are "too lazy to get off their asses" to apply for legal status. Two people briefed on the subject told the Times that Trump has been asking his advisers what they think about Mick Mulvaney — director of the White House budget office and interim director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau — as a potential replacement for KellyFormer Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, who was chief of staff to former President Bill Clinton, told the Times he's worried about Kelly"Even he has admitted it's probably the toughest job he's ever had," he said"And I really do think sometimes, particularly with this president, you're fighting on so many fronts it's tough not to have that job wear on you." Read more about Kelly's precarious situation, and the memo he sent out to White House staffers regarding domestic violence, at The New York TimesCatherine Garcia   It all comes full circle, as Trump reportedly vents to Reince Priebus about John Kelly 1:10 a.m jQuery(function() { // right now, these buttons are hidden // if this media query is true, so don't // make all of the network requests if (window.matchMedia('screen and (max-width: 659px)').matches) { return; // it's "display:none" anyway } var shareInit = { fb: { share: { facebook: true, }, url: "http://theweek.com/speedreads/754187/all-comes-full-circle-trump-reportedly-vents-reince-priebus-about-john-kelly", enableHover: false, enableTracking: true, click: function(api, options){ api.simulateClick(); api.openPopup('facebook'); } }, twt: { share: { twitter: true, }, url: "http://theweek.com/speedreads/754187/all-comes-full-circle-trump-reportedly-vents-reince-priebus-about-john-kelly", enableHover: false, buttons: { twitter: {via: 'TheWeek'}}, click: function(api, options){ api.simulateClick(); api.openPopup('twitter'); } } }; function checkElement($el) { if (!$el.visible() || $el.data('sharrre-init')) return; var args = $el.hasClass('fb') ? shareInit.fb : shareInit.twt; // right now it's dumped into page for each article args.url = $el.data('url'); $el.sharrre(args); } var $els = $('.fb,.twitter'); // we'll debounce this in the actual scroll loop function onScroll() { $els.each(function(){ checkElement($(this)) }); } var _debounce; $(window).on('scroll.sharrre-init', function() { clearTimeout(_debounce); _debounce = setTimeout(onScroll, 100); }); }); jQuery( window ).scroll(function() { if(jQuery.isFunction('activateLeftbarSR')){ activateLeftbarSR(); } if(jQuery.isFunction('fix_bottom_button')){ fix_bottom_button(); } }); jQuery(function(){ setInterval(function() { activateLeftbarSR(); //fix_bottom_button(); sticky_speedreads_Bar(); logo_transition(); changeUrls(); if( TheWeek.getCurrentDevice() == 'desktop'){ var st = jQuery(this).scrollTop(); if (st > lastScrollTop){ refreshAdOnEachStory(); } lastScrollTop = st; } }, 1500); }); // if not in mobile view, remove the the last article's bottom border, to prevent a double bar // if not the last jscroll-added, remove the bottom border, to prevent a double bar jQuery(function(){ if (jQuery(window).width() > 721) { jQuery(".sp-article:last").css('border-bottom','none'); jQuery('.jscroll-added').not(':last').css('border-bottom', 'none'); } else { // on mobile, if the jscroll-added is last, strip it of its bottom margin and bottom border jQuery('.jscroll-added').not(':last').css({'border-bottom':'none', 'margin-bottom':'0'}); } }); Nevertheless He Persisted Edit Here's why Rand Paul says he shut down the federal government 12:22 a.mET   The U.Sfederal government partially shut down at midnight, and the proximate cause is SenRand Paul (R-Ky.), who refused to give consent Thursday night to vote on the massive spending bill worked out by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.)Paul's stated concern was the federal deficit — which, he pointed out, was the Republican Party's stated concern until about a year ago"How come you were against President Obama's deficits, and then how come you're for Republican deficits? Isn't that the very definition of intellectual dishonesty?" he asked his colleagues"Isn't that the very definition of hypocrisy?" SenRand Paul to Republican colleagues: "How come you were against President Obama's deficits, and then how come you're for Republican deficits? Isn't that the very definition of intellectual dishonesty?" pic.twitter.com/thnTl2E7SB — Axios (@axios) February 9, 2018 Paul, who voted in favor of the GOP's $1.5 trillion tax cut two months ago, wasn't doneAmid glares from a "visibly irritated" McConnell, The Washington Post reports, Paul said "this new stimulus of deficit spending will be as big as President Obama's stimulus," passed during the height of the Great Recession"Don't you remember when Republicans howled to high heaven that President Obama was spending us into the gutter, spending us into oblivion?" he asked"And now Republicans are doing the same thing." The Senate is expected to pass the spending bill early Friday morning, but its fate in the House is less clearGOP deficit hawks are in more or less open revolt, and Democrats are threatening to withhold their support unless House Speaker Paul Ryan promises to hold a vote on a replacement for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) immigration programThe two-year spending bill also suspends the debt limit for a year, adds $90 billion for disaster relief, extends $17 billion in business tax breaks, and renews several large health care programs, paying for some of the spending by selling oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and other revenue offsetsPeter Weber   Here's why Rand Paul says he shut down the federal government 12:22 a.m jQuery(function() { // right now, these buttons are hidden // if this media query is true, so don't // make all of the network requests if (window.matchMedia('screen and (max-width: 659px)').matches) { return; // it's "display:none" anyway } var shareInit = { fb: { share: { facebook: true, }, url: "http://theweek.com/speedreads/754184/heres-why-rand-paul-says-shut-down-federal-government", enableHover: false, enableTracking: true, click: function(api, options){ api.simulateClick(); api.openPopup('facebook'); } }, twt: { share: { twitter: true, }, url: "http://theweek.com/speedreads/754184/heres-why-rand-paul-says-shut-down-federal-government", enableHover: false, buttons: { twitter: {via: 'TheWeek'}}, click: function(api, options){ api.simulateClick(); api.openPopup('twitter'); } } }; function checkElement($el) { if (!$el.visible() || $el.data('sharrre-init')) return; var args = $el.hasClass('fb') ? shareInit.fb : shareInit.twt; // right now it's dumped into page for each article args.url = $el.data('url'); $el.sharrre(args); } var $els = $('.fb,.twitter'); // we'll debounce this in the actual scroll loop function onScroll() { $els.each(function(){ checkElement($(this)) }); } var _debounce; $(window).on('scroll.sharrre-init', function() { clearTimeout(_debounce); _debounce = setTimeout(onScroll, 100); }); }); jQuery( window ).scroll(function() { if(jQuery.isFunction('activateLeftbarSR')){ activateLeftbarSR(); } if(jQuery.isFunction('fix_bottom_button')){ fix_bottom_button(); } }); jQuery(function(){ setInterval(function() { activateLeftbarSR(); //fix_bottom_button(); sticky_speedreads_Bar(); logo_transition(); changeUrls(); if( TheWeek.getCurrentDevice() == 'desktop'){ var st = jQuery(this).scrollTop(); if (st > lastScrollTop){ refreshAdOnEachStory(); } lastScrollTop = st; } }, 1500); }); // if not in mobile view, remove the the last article's bottom border, to prevent a double bar // if not the last jscroll-added, remove the bottom border, to prevent a double bar jQuery(function(){ if (jQuery(window).width() > 721) { jQuery(".sp-article:last").css('border-bottom','none'); jQuery('.jscroll-added').not(':last').css('border-bottom', 'none'); } else { // on mobile, if the jscroll-added is last, strip it of its bottom margin and bottom border jQuery('.jscroll-added').not(':last').css({'border-bottom':'none', 'margin-bottom':'0'}); } }); Breaking news Edit With Senate in recess and no bill passed, government shutdown will start at midnight February 8, 2018   Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images The Senate is in recess until 12:01 a.mFriday, and because they failed to pass a spending bill, a government shutdown will start at midnight. White House Office of Management and Budget spokesman John Czwartacki said federal agencies are "now being urged to review and prepare for a lapse" in spending after midnightCongress was expected to vote Thursday on a two-year deal that includes a roughly $300 billion bump for military spending and domestic programs, as well as nearly $90 billion for disaster reliefThis was stalled by SenRand Paul (R-Ky.), who refused to go along with his fellow senators to move to hold a vote, citing concerns about adding to the deficit. The Senate plans on voting on the matter early Friday, but it's unclear how the bill will fare in the House, and leaders there are advising members to "prepare for late night or early morning votes." This will be the second government shutdown in less than a monthCatherine Garcia   // we can use the 'defer' property on these scripts // or alternatively, can wrap this in jQuery jQuery(function() { function loadZergnet(id) { var zergnet = document.createElement('script'); zergnet.type = 'text/javascript'; zergnet.async = true; zergnet.defer = true; // and/or we could do this zergnet.src = '//www.zergnet.com/zerg.js?id=' + id; var znscr = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; znscr.parentNode.insertBefore(zergnet, znscr); } loadZergnet(41009); loadZergnet(41010); // this also make it easy to try deferring further, eg through setTimeout setTimeout(function(){ loadZergnet(45618) }, 600); }); With Senate in recess and no bill passed, government shutdown will start at midnight February 8, 2018 jQuery(function() { // right now, these buttons are hidden // if this media query is true, so don't // make all of the network requests if (window.matchMedia('screen and (max-width: 659px)').matches) { return; // it's "display:none" anyway } var shareInit = { fb: { share: { facebook: true, }, url: "http://theweek.com/speedreads/754183/senate-recess-no-bill-passed-government-shutdown-start-midnight", enableHover: false, enableTracking: true, click: function(api, options){ api.simulateClick(); api.openPopup('facebook'); } }, twt: { share: { twitter: true, }, url: "http://theweek.com/speedreads/754183/senate-recess-no-bill-passed-government-shutdown-start-midnight", enableHover: false, buttons: { twitter: {via: 'TheWeek'}}, click: function(api, options){ api.simulateClick(); api.openPopup('twitter'); } } }; function checkElement($el) { if (!$el.visible() || $el.data('sharrre-init')) return; var args = $el.hasClass('fb') ? shareInit.fb : shareInit.twt; // right now it's dumped into page for each article args.url = $el.data('url'); $el.sharrre(args); } var $els = $('.fb,.twitter'); // we'll debounce this in the actual scroll loop function onScroll() { $els.each(function(){ checkElement($(this)) }); } var _debounce; $(window).on('scroll.sharrre-init', function() { clearTimeout(_debounce); _debounce = setTimeout(onScroll, 100); }); }); jQuery( window ).scroll(function() { if(jQuery.isFunction('activateLeftbarSR')){ activateLeftbarSR(); } if(jQuery.isFunction('fix_bottom_button')){ fix_bottom_button(); } }); jQuery(function(){ setInterval(function() { activateLeftbarSR(); //fix_bottom_button(); sticky_speedreads_Bar(); logo_transition(); changeUrls(); if( TheWeek.getCurrentDevice() == 'desktop'){ var st = jQuery(this).scrollTop(); if (st > lastScrollTop){ refreshAdOnEachStory(); } lastScrollTop = st; } }, 1500); }); // if not in mobile view, remove the the last article's bottom border, to prevent a double bar // if not the last jscroll-added, remove the bottom border, to prevent a double bar jQuery(function(){ if (jQuery(window).width() > 721) { jQuery(".sp-article:last").css('border-bottom','none'); jQuery('.jscroll-added').not(':last').css('border-bottom', 'none'); } else { // on mobile, if the jscroll-added is last, strip it of its bottom margin and bottom border jQuery('.jscroll-added').not(':last').css({'border-bottom':'none', 'margin-bottom':'0'}); } }); Whoa Edit Rob Porter's second ex-wife warns Hope Hicks he'll hurt her, too February 8, 2018   Jennie Willoughby, one of former White House staff secretary Rob Porter's ex-wives, told CNN's Anderson Cooper on Thursday she's concerned about the safety of Porter's current girlfriend, White House Communications Director Hope Hicks, and "if he hasn't already been abusive with Hope, he will be." Willoughby and Porter's first wife, Colbie Holderness, both came forward this week accusing Porter of verbal, emotional, and physical abuse, with Holderness sharing a photo of herself with a black eye, which she said she received from Porter while on a 2005 vacationPorter resigned on Wednesday, calling the allegations "outrageous" and "simply false." During her interview with Cooper, Willoughby, who married Porter in 2009 and divorced him in 2013, called her ex-husband a "troubled man with issues that needs help." He began belittling her within the first two weeks of their marriage, and it escalated, with him eventually grabbing her while she took a shower and punching through the glass in her front doorBy the end, Willoughby said, she was in "constant terror of not knowing what I might do to set something off." But while they were dating, he was "quite charming and chivalrous and romantic," she said, and it took her awhile to realize she was in an abusive relationship. That led Willoughby to Hicks"I don't think he's changed," she said, adding, "If he hasn't already been abusive with Hope, he willParticularly now that he's under a lot of stress and scrutiny; that's when the behaviors come out." She said she doesn't think he's done "the self-reflective work to acknowledge this issue," and "hasn't really taken the time to deconstruct why it is that he behaves this way, and until he's able to do that, I don't know that he has control over it." Watch the video belowCatherine Garcia   Rob Porter's second ex-wife warns Hope Hicks he'll hurt her, too February 8, 2018 jQuery(function() { // right now, these buttons are hidden // if this media query is true, so don't // make all of the network requests if (window.matchMedia('screen and (max-width: 659px)').matches) { return; // it's "display:none" anyway } var shareInit = { fb: { share: { facebook: true, }, url: "http://theweek.com/speedreads/754180/rob-porters-second-exwife-warns-hope-hicks-hell-hurt", enableHover: false, enableTracking: true, click: function(api, options){ api.simulateClick(); api.openPopup('facebook'); } }, twt: { share: { twitter: true, }, url: "http://theweek.com/speedreads/754180/rob-porters-second-exwife-warns-hope-hicks-hell-hurt", enableHover: false, buttons: { twitter: {via: 'TheWeek'}}, click: function(api, options){ api.simulateClick(); api.openPopup('twitter'); } } }; function checkElement($el) { if (!$el.visible() || $el.data('sharrre-init')) return; var args = $el.hasClass('fb') ? shareInit.fb : shareInit.twt; // right now it's dumped into page for each article args.url = $el.data('url'); $el.sharrre(args); } var $els = $('.fb,.twitter'); // we'll debounce this in the actual scroll loop function onScroll() { $els.each(function(){ checkElement($(this)) }); } var _debounce; $(window).on('scroll.sharrre-init', function() { clearTimeout(_debounce); _debounce = setTimeout(onScroll, 100); }); }); jQuery( window ).scroll(function() { if(jQuery.isFunction('activateLeftbarSR')){ activateLeftbarSR(); } if(jQuery.isFunction('fix_bottom_button')){ fix_bottom_button(); } }); jQuery(function(){ setInterval(function() { activateLeftbarSR(); //fix_bottom_button(); sticky_speedreads_Bar(); logo_transition(); changeUrls(); if( TheWeek.getCurrentDevice() == 'desktop'){ var st = jQuery(this).scrollTop(); if (st > lastScrollTop){ refreshAdOnEachStory(); } lastScrollTop = st; } }, 1500); }); // if not in mobile view, remove the the last article's bottom border, to prevent a double bar // if not the last jscroll-added, remove the bottom border, to prevent a double bar jQuery(function(){ if (jQuery(window).width() > 721) { jQuery(".sp-article:last").css('border-bottom','none'); jQuery('.jscroll-added').not(':last').css('border-bottom', 'none'); } else { // on mobile, if the jscroll-added is last, strip it of its bottom margin and bottom border jQuery('.jscroll-added').not(':last').css({'border-bottom':'none', 'margin-bottom':'0'}); } }); Your tax dollars at work Edit Utah taxpayers reimbursed GOP lawmaker for hotels allegedly used for trysts with prostitute February 8, 2018   AP Photo/Rick Bowmer The taxpayers of Utah paid for hotel rooms allegedly used by a Republican state lawmaker last year for trysts with a prostitute, The Associated Press reports. Earlier this week, state RepJohn Stanard from StGeorge abruptly resigned from office, citing "personal and family concerns"; he told AP Wednesday that his father has terminal cancer and he wants to spend more time with himOn Thursday, Britain's Daily Mail published an interview with a prostitute named Brie Taylor who that claimed Stanard, a married Mormon father who last year voted to make state prostitution laws stricter, paid her for sex on two occasions. Taylor shared text messages she said Stanard sent her from his state-issued cellphone, which set up encounters at two hotels in Salt Lake CityUtah House Chief of Staff Greg Hartley told AP that Stanard was reimbursed for hotel stays in Salt Lake City in June and August 2017, when he was in town for legislative meetings; the dates and hotel names correspond with the text messages published by the Daily Mail. Republican House Speaker Greg Hughes said an ethics investigation can't be launched, since Stanard is no longer a lawmaker, and he's not sure if text messages can be recovered from Stanard's state-issued phone, which he gave back wiped clean"If there has been an abuse of public funds or if public funds were used in a way that's inappropriate," the House will ask Stanard to return the money he received, Hughes told APStanard's attorney declined to commentCatherine Garcia   Utah taxpayers reimbursed GOP lawmaker for hotels allegedly used for trysts with prostitute February 8, 2018 jQuery(function() { // right now, these buttons are hidden // if this media query is true, so don't // make all of the network requests if (window.matchMedia('screen and (max-width: 659px)').matches) { return; // it's "display:none" anyway } var shareInit = { fb: { share: { facebook: true, }, url: "http://theweek.com/speedreads/754178/utah-taxpayers-reimbursed-gop-lawmaker-hotels-allegedly-used-trysts-prostitute", enableHover: false, enableTracking: true, click: function(api, options){ api.simulateClick(); api.openPopup('facebook'); } }, twt: { share: { twitter: true, }, url: "http://theweek.com/speedreads/754178/utah-taxpayers-reimbursed-gop-lawmaker-hotels-allegedly-used-trysts-prostitute", enableHover: false, buttons: { twitter: {via: 'TheWeek'}}, click: function(api, options){ api.simulateClick

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