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>> it has a cucumber. >> it's from the broadmore resort from colorado springs. >> gin and wine and cucumber. it's tasty. can i tell you what i did? when i was in london, i was in the hotel room. i woke up in the middle of the night to get something to drink. you know when you don't know where you are and you run into things? i kicked the you know what out of my foot. i kicked it so hard against the stool. it's been bugging me since then. i finally went to the thing and got it x-rayed. it's fractured. yeah. >> you've been running on it ever since. >> running it, digging it into heels. >> is she an egyptian goddess? >> i fractured.
>> you need to see my doctor, dr. clayton. >> when you fracture it you don't have to do anything. >> i don't know. he would know. i love him. >> okay. >> this is fascinating. everybody's been graduating. all the kids are getting ready to go off to college there was be a amazing young lady. high school valedictorian. she had straight as all through high school. kaitlin newtbar. >> she was chosen to give the speech. in her graduation speech, she used the word "hell." okay? >> which is in the bible. >> in the context, this is how she said, she said, "now people keep asking her what do you want to do? she didn't know whether she wanted to be a nurse or veterinarian. she said, how the hell do i know? i've changed my mind so many times. >> that is a very famous line from one of the "twilight" movies. all the kids laughed so hard. >> not everyone was laughing.
the administration wasery upset with her and told her she needs to give them a written apology or they were not going to give her her diploma. >> with her 4.0. >> the high school declined comment for us. >> they say it is confidential. their dealis with students. >> i think we have to keep certain things in perspective. this young woman won the right to be the valedictorian. she had written down heck in her speech and it came out that way. i think they were kind of lucky it wasn't a different word. the way the f-bomb is thrown all over the place, she could have easily said that. the next story coming up, somebody did say that.
i don't know. i just think we need to show each other a little bit of mercy. >> i agree. >> you've got to look at the intent of the heart, too. she wasn't trying to hurt anybody. it was an accident. these things happen. >> it wasn't. a lot of kids are going off to college. parents should be interested in the rankings we are about to give you on these colleges. we are about to tell you what the top party school in the entire nation is. >> princeton reviews the annual college rankings. >> it's based on 100,000 students. let's start with the happiest. they are at rice university in texas. >> what makes them the happiest? >> i don't know. >> okay. the best professors. >> sara lawrence college in new york. >> best financial aid, the very people who did the survey, princeton. >> yep. >> students who demonstrate a need for financial aid, i suppose. they get 100% of their needs met by school grants, not loans. >> your top party school in the entire country is west virginia university. by the way, number one for the past three years. >> and they are so proud. >> congratulations. >> wouldn't you be nervous sending your child off to the
biggest party school in the country? >> i don't know. virginia tech was pretty much a party school, too. you party or you don't. you're that kind of kid or you're not, you know? >> you were. >> when my dad used to teach at wvu, we used to go to all the west virginia football games and it was so fun. such fun. i like that kind of stuff. >> how crazy were you in college, hodi? >> they used to call me the nomad. i would show up at parties and leave when i wanted. >> you still do that. she does drive-by parties. you did that to my house the other day. we are having a wonderful time, barely cleaned the crab out of our teeth and hoda is out of there. >> i usually say i have to go to the rest room and i go. >> i didn't know you meant the rest room at home in new york. anyway, we looked up what the survey said about universities close to our hearts. >> virginia tech did make the top 20 in best campus food. >> did you have the freshman 15? >> i was huge.
i shouldn't say huge, but i weighed around 175. best quality of life and they say the students packed the stadium because they are big football fans. >> we checked on the university of southern california where frank went and cody went. it made the top 20 in happiest students, best career services. also students packed the stadium, as well. the thing about the career thing is true. so many alumni of usc are all over southern california helping the students get jobs. >> i didn't know that. that is great. >> so here is an interesting thing. there is a whole group of freshmen going to college right now. byrd college released their annual mindset list. this is what the class of 2016 knows and what they don't know. this is just crazy. incoming freshmen have never seen an airline ticket. you know the kind that were the old kind? >> yeah.
>> they've never -- >> i was around for the wright brothers, you know what i'm saying? i was standing on the side going, that was amazing. these kids graduating never carried luggage. they always rolled it. no wonder we have an obesity problem. everything is easier. >> cyberspace always existed. they always had a woman in the u.s. state department for most of their lives. >> unbelievable. >> hillary clinton, madeleine albright, condoleezza rice. >> robert de niro isn't the young vito corlioni. he's the father on "meet the parents." >> this is going to make you feel very old. "the graduate" character, when the guy says plastic could be their grandfather. how depressing.
>> how old do you feel? >> that's just interesting. okay. if you've ever been a waitress in a restaurant and you work your tail off and you look at the tip someone leaves behind with a crumbled up couple of bucks. you think gosh, i worked really hard. there is a kentucky family working to unring that bell and change it a little bit. they had a family member who passed away. one thing he said was he wanted people to give big tips. >> in his will. he wanted $500 tips. the family asked for people to donate money. they started giving out $500 tips. here is some great video. they are just handing out money to people. >> can i hug you? oh, my gosh. >> think about what a difference that 500 makes. >> you can tell. in cash. they can't believe what's happening. >> they are going to come and get their pound of flesh. >> look at her. most of them can't believe it.
look at him. >> they tried to raise enough money to do it for the next two years. based on that, they've got more than the two years they need. >> that's very sweet. >> anything else going on? >> we were talking about rosie. this is one of those things, rosie announced she suffered a heart attack last week. what's interesting is a lot of women feel symptoms they can't identify. they feel like they feel nauseous or their muscles feel weak. rosy googled her symptoms, saw they were symptoms of a heart attack and took a bayer aspirin because she watched on tv aspirin helps with heart attacks. she credits watching tv and that commercial saving her life. >> 24 hours later went to the hospital and had a stent put. in we wish her the best. she is taking care of her partner who is very ill and has all these kids. when my daddy was dying and we
were giving him morphine every 15 minutes, i had double pneumonia. frank had it and cody, too. i waited a month after my daddy passed away to go to the doctor. turned out double pneumonia. i knew i had a cough. as a result of that, i don't sings professionally anymore because i lost 30% of my lung capacity. i have scar tissue on my lungs. but you do need to take care of these things at the time, but it's understandable why you don't. >> you put yourself last on the list. >> rosie, we send our love to you. and our precious phyllis diller. i love that woman. let's pay her due. she was just amazing. >> if there's one man in this world who is absolutely crazy about my legs. colonel sanders. i told fang i'm going to have my face lifted and he said who would steal it.
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it's now on dvd. here to talk about everything, his six kids, charities. you're very busy. >> great to see you. >> freight great to see you, too. >> i just finished watching this. i thought it was going to be another faith-based film. i love history. i had no idea this story existed. it's never been taught. can you tell us in a nutshell? >> yes. and i was never a big history buff in school, but i was catapulted into it because i'm a father with six kids and i care about the world they're walking into. so i really wanted to understand what made america such a great nation in the first place, so free and so secure and strong. i figured the best way is to talk to the men and women who built this nation. i spent a couple of years retracing the escapehood of the pilgrims out of england to holland where they stayed 12 years and learned the nation-building principles they brought on the mayflower to the new world. >> so many people hear king james bible and think he's a great guy. tell us about old king james.
>> hello! >> well, i'm not a historian, but i have learned that king james made a great bible. he didn't make a great king. >> he was a very, very bad man. >> it was this church-run, top-down government system that the pilgrims were getting away from. they wanted religious freedom. and so many of the things we are famous for in this country today in terms of our liberties come from the courage and sacrifice of these brave men and women who came across on a little boat and gave it all for the sake of their descendents. >> one of the guys you interviewed, i had seen the movie before. i looked at the trailer up popped todd aiken. he's a guy who has been front and center in the middle of controversy. >> in the news. >> he talked about legitimate rape. he just came out with an apology he sent out. i know you interviewed him and talked to him. what are your thoughts on what he said and views whether he should step down? >> well, i'm not his political strategist, thank god.
but i do know, as i sat down and watched the video, i learned go watch it, not just read some of the transcripts and the quotes. clearly, this is a man who is advocating the sanctity of life through and through. and he said he misspoke and he apologized for it. i like to evaluate people based on their entire life, their entire career, he loves his wife, he's got six children. i believe he's a good man. and he's now in a very, very difficult spot. what's he going to do? we have to wait and see. >> the reason you want "monumental" to be seen, see it as a family before they go off to school to understand the history of our nation that's not being taught in our schools. >> absolutely. the dvd is available so you can watch it and prepare your kids with the real story of america's heritage and learn what the reset button is to get back to original factory settings. >> so great to see you.
today on "sara breaks out of the city," sara does her duty as a volunteer firefighter for the day. >> according to the national fire prevention agency there are over 1 million firefighters in the u.s. and 70% of them are volunteers. >> that's right. they give up their time not for the pay or the glory, but the good of the community. it takes courage, grit and determination to be a firefighter. and they say almost anyone can do it. >> really? >> meet some of the 32 men and women of the rainbow lakes volunteer fire company in parsippany, new jersey.
>> by day i'm a student. >> i'm a lawyer. >> technician. >> they come from all walks of life. and some have been serving the community for generations. >> their parents did it, their grandparents did it. >> now it's my turn. first i have to pass the crash course of fire fighting 101. what is the difference between a volunteer firefighter and a professional firefighter. >> base country -- basically there isn't much of a it difference. we all go through the same training. we have daytime jobs, some have nighttime jobs and respond when they are available to respond. >> as a newbie, what does it take to be a great volunteer firefighter? >> a little bit of dedication, a little bit of sweat. >> check, check. while they take their jobs very seriously, the firefighters make good use of their down time. but when an emergency strikes, they are quick to respond, getting dressed in 60 seconds or less. i think i'm going to try this. pants, jacket, how hard can it about? 60 seconds, count them. go. >> 45 seconds.
almost there. that's got to go the other way. >> where's the fire? >> geared up, it was time to take a ride in the big red truck. >> en route to the academy for a drill. >> 10-4. >> my training began at the morris county firefighter academy where i hit the hydrant. >> lefty lucy. >> it was a good thing i'd been working out. ready for water? that's weird. next, i brought out the 150-foot hose. the training scenario, put out a simulated kitchen fire. >> seriously, this is why i don't cook. that's exactly what i want to do when i look at a fire, stay in
there and fight it. the room was heating up with temperatures over 1,000 degrees. >> dirty, sweaty and exhausted, i was glad i made it out of there alive. you're the teacher today. give me a grade for my performance. >> i give you a "c." >> a "c?" >> a "c." >> i knew what i had to do to earn some extra credit. oh, my gosh, the view is much better up here. >> i had to show my squad i wasn't afraid of heights. who's the crazy one now? 70 feet up, i taught them how to get down. >> put your hand up, hand up, cross them and down. >> before we leave every fire,
this is what we've got to do. >> that's a viral video. >> it takes over 150 hours of training to become a volunteer firefighter in morris county, new jersey. and big shout-out to jim murphy who pitched and edited that. >> it did look scary in there. >> proud of you, honey. it's not instinctive to go towards that heat and flame. >> that's what they say about heroes, when everybody else is running out they run in. the fact they do that with everything else they do, the sense of duty is what i left with. >> thank you, sara. good job. the end of another long day you dread figuring out what to make for dinner. we'll help you out. >> i make reservations. have given way to sleeping. where sleepless nights yield to restful sleep. and lunesta can help you get there, like it has for so many people before. when taking lunesta, don't drive or operate machinery
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here to quiz you us on our stock market savvy. >> the question is, what would happen if you took the same money you would have spent on stuff and instead you bought the stock in the same company two years ago? i like this question. we are about to find out. >> hello. we are looking at what women buy all the time, particularly now that it's back to school time. i'm in this mode trying to figure out what to get, packing the lunches, getting their book bags or getting dorm rooms ready. what we have to do, we took two years ago, looked at the stock price and looked at the performance over the past two years. it's really simple. if you think the stock price has gone up, you ring the bell, say "stock." if you think the stock price has gone down, you're going to say "stop." >> we don't have buzzers. >> we have bells. >> you're ringing the bell. >> why do we have the "wall street journal"? >> because you're smart. that's where you get your information. well, cnbc first. ready? go! costco.
when you go to costco you've got to stock up on the kids' lunch bags. >> costco, the company. >> $100 worth of products. >> stock. >> you are right. >> i love costco. >> if you bought $100 in costco stock two years ago you would have doubled your money, $192 as of friday. >> so smart. >> i'm getting the next one. >> everybody wants a smartphone. all kids want a smartphone. apple -- wait a minute. this is $200 two years ago. would you have bought the phone or invested in apple stock? >> stock. >> you are right. absolutely it's the most valuable stock ever. >> everybody knows that. >> ever. you would have doubled your money, $200 worth $515 today. >> next one is going to be stuff. >> wait a minute. now, this is staples. you get everything you need, all the office supplies, $100 worth of stuff or the stock? >> i'm going to say -- i think
it's stock but i'm going to say stuff. >> stuff, you are absolutely right because the stock has actually taken a hit. it's down about 42% in the past two years so that 100 bucks would be worth only about 57 bucks today. will. >> wow. >> everything you need, toiletries for personal care products from cvs. $100 worth. what do you say, hoda? >> we get it! >> stuff. stock. >> stock. >> don't misunderstand what i say. >> it's about worth $135 right now, that $100 investment two years ago. another greater company, tjx company, tj maxx, marshalls, home goods. if you want something for the dorm, $100 worth of stuff? >> stock. >> you are absolutely right. that stock price nearly doubled in two years, $230 for that $100 investment. your kids are not spending all
the time -- at least my son, he wants the sony playstation. two years ago if i bought that for $250 -- better to have that? >> i'm going to say stuff. >> good answer. >> that has taken a hit. >> this is the tiebreaker. >> you've got to buy school clothes. a lot of folks go to the gap. would you get the clothes from the gap or buy the stock? what would you do? >> i have no idea. >> what do you say? >> stock. >> you are right. it would be worth $216 here. let me see, who's the winner here? who got more? the last was a tiebreaker. well, the winner, you get to share the cnbc bag. you get to share it. >> we'll give it to jerry. thank you, jerry. >> all right. >> you don't want it? >> thanks, sweetie. >> my pleasure. we'll get your kids in it gear.
today" from toddlers and teens, fun and safe products that will put your kid at the head of the class. >> we have senior editor of retail me not. >> these are my favorites. we have coupons for these on retail me not.com. it's a great way to save. every kid has to have a backpack. >> a new one every year? >> they do. they break down, they get dirty. these i love. they have a great selection. bright colors. and they are $11.99. >> and they last. what about these guys? >> for the little guys, you have a preschooler going into kindergarten the first time,
they might be lonely at school. they have an ugly doll. you can have it monogrammed with their name which is super cute. those are $35. kids love backpack accessories. these clip on to the backpack. you can record a message for them and say, "hi, honey, mommy loves you." i love those. these are from clean slate. these are dry erase boards. how fun are these for practicing penmanship? mom holds one. >> which kids don't do anymore. it's unbelievable. >> i think those are great. those are about 7 bucks. great price. for parents of young kids,ing they are going to be bringing home a lot of artwork. what do you do with it all? these can be personalized. >> this is fabulous. >> stuff it away quickly. >> kathie lee's keepsake portfolio. >> you can organize them by
month, by week, however you like. they are personalized for you. for the older kids, i love this backpack. it functions as a traditional backpack. when you open this up in here, this is actually, sets off an alarm and flashing lights. if there is a stranger or you're having a bully situation, this is a great way to protect yourself. >> isn't that sad we have to live like that. >> it's crazy. a lot of kids are getting organized with their cell phones and smartphones. for someone who likes the more traditional way of getting organized, middle school and high school kids love to have their own unique slant to things. we found these academic calendars that can be personalized with your own style, monogrammed and different colors and they are about $20. they are a little bit old fashioned. >> they are sweet. >> i'm surprised, old grannies like i like. >> i like those, too. >> these are another dry erase
items. these are like post-its. they can stick anywhere but you can unstick them. they have lots of things to do. this is a great way to stay organized and keep them onboard. >> this sticks and you peel it off. >> lunch. >> lunch. land's end, as well. this keeps your lunch cold for five hours. roomy lunch bag. it's good for the older kids because you can fit a lot of stuff in there. those are around $35. they can be monogrammed, as well. i love this one. this is from big kitchen. it's a packet. it fits in your freezer. look how small. when you're ready, you open it up. it's like this. your lunch is in there and it keeps everything cold for ten hours, which is amazing. >> we have a couple seconds left. >> these are leak-free and keep your lunch fresh and cold. these are avento box because the kids love the little boxes.
this is for that fussy kid from pottery barn. the sandwich cutter. >> they love that. they are going to eat it, right? >> thank you. great to see you. >> how to overcome the dread of making dinner. and we have great music ahead. good morning. i'm meteorologist crystal egger from the weather channel. we're tracking tropical storm isaac in the coming days. we're also watching a front stalled out across florida. this is not isaac yet. that will be later next week. dry through the middle of the country, wet across the four corners. that monsoon flow, that threat of severe weather as the moisture moves in. notice we're taking the heat down a notch. we don't have white where we had triple digit heat. 98 in phoenix before showers and
storms move in in the afternoon. and we'll be stuck in this pattern again thursday. across the western lakes, we'll track another system with thunderstorms. 84 from new york city back into minneapolis, 72 in los angeles. if you want to beat the heat this time of year, in the 60s in san francisco up into seattle. by friday we're looking at a relatively quiet day. all eyes will be on isaac as it works its way across the caribbean getting closer perhaps to the gulf of mexico or florida, something to monitor closely. by saturday, we're looking for rain in the heartland, we'll take it especially across the corn and soybean crops. we need this moisture, scattered showers very welcome here, 85 in kansas city on sunday and by monday expecting some impacts perhaps to florida with that tropical storm we're monitoring and looking at a front working its way across the ohio valley back into the southern plains, 83 in new york city, only 77 in
boston by early next week. starting to feel a little bit like fall for some. remember to "wake up with al" weekday mornings at 6:00 a.m. right here on the weather channel. chances are, you're not made of money, so don't overpay for motorcycle insurance. geico, see how much you could save. [ male announcer ] robert griffin iii was a world-class hurdler and when training, he runs to subway for a protein packed turkey breast. [ rgiii ] subway. the official training restaurant of robert griffin iii.
[ male announcer ] peppermint that cools as you chew. [ air howling ] stimulate your senses. 5 gum. now in micro pack. now on "today's kitchen," what's cooking? you come home from a long day of work and are cringing of the idea of making dinner for the whole family, but they are hungry. >> founder of "take back the kitchen" is a clinical social worker and chef who can help you overcome the dread of cooking. >> welcome. why are people so afraid of cooking? >> people have a lot of issues. not everybody, but a lot of people. historically, as you know, women were taught how to cook. if they didn't, no one would
survive. >> if you don't know how to do it, you're intimidated. >> yes. the main thing to remember is cooking is a learned skill, it's not innate. a lot of women feel they are not enough of a nurturer, a wife or care taker, but it's something you learn. >> you feel a lot of this stuff we need happens to be in our fridge, by "our" fridge i mean the one at the "today" show. >> you know what you like to eat. you go to restaurants and you eat certain foods. you start to get a sense of what you like. there can be wine for you. if you like to eat salads and salmon and cold peanut noodles, you stock your fridge, freezer and pantry with staple items that are always there and you can whip these up. first thing is maple soy salmon.
sounds glamorous, but the truth is this is a three-ingredient dish. talk about the prep. keep individual servings of salmon in your freezer. when you're ready to eat, if you think about it ten minutes before, quickly take it out, immerse it in warm water or you remember that morning and the night before, take it out, defrost it or buy it fresh if you have the time. these ingredients are -- i have to show you. they are in your fridge. soy sauce and maple syrup. that is it. stick it in a saucepan, reduce it down to a thick syrup which means boil it for a while. don't get caught up in the technical terms. you're putting it on a high flame and watching it so it gets syrupy. >> we are wasting energy. close the door. lights on and doors closed. >> we get it.
>> we'll reduce the sauce and pour it over the salmon. we are on to the next dish already. if you like salad and you want to be healthy. buy prewashed greens. it may cost more, but they are prewashed. >> she is obsessed with the fridge door being open. >> then you have dried fruit you like, sunflower seeds. you keep them in the fridge. okay. i'm going to close this. >> come down to the noodles. >> and add parmesan cheese. close it up. we're done. >> it keeps the room cool. >> we have 30 seconds. >> chick peas. >> love those. >> they're in a can. you already have them. and drizzle the dressing over them. these are staple ingredients you have at all times. oil, sesame oil, rice vinegar, noodles.
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ask your doctor if lunesta is right for you. then find out how to get lunesta for as low as $15 at lunesta.com. there's a land of restful sleep. we can help you go there on the wings of lunesta. >> he's fantastic. this is "today" on nbc. he is a chart-topping, multigrammy platinum-nominated singer/songwriter. one of my favorites "bottoms up". >> he's a sweetheart. trey songz has done a lot to
capture the hearts and minds of female and male fans. his fifth studio cd "chapter 5" is dropping today. he's here with all his guys and his mom is here. thank you for the lovely presents you bought. >> he brought the most beautiful flowers. >> let's make a sandwich out of you. >> of course we will. >> how about that? >> the boy has grown up. >> his mom is here. you have the sweetest mom. she is actually in charge of your foundation. your mom runs that? >> yes, she is. there she is. >> hey! >> a lot of superstars 27 don't like their mom around. why are you so different? >> my mother and i have a great relationship. i want her to be a part of every accomplishment i achieve.
i told you the flowers were from waking up with you forever. >> will you spend some time with my son? you are the son i wish i had. >> we could work it out. we could do some joint thing, mama? >> you've written songs for other people like "bottoms up." is it more satisfying doing them for yourself or when you do them for someone else? >> creatively as an artist, making music is fun. the beauty of making music for yourself, it translates differently when you perform it. the emotion within it is greater. >> and the great reward watching people go crazy like the women do. oh, trey. >> what are you going to sing for us? "heart attack." >> let's do it. ♪ oh oh oh oh ♪ we share something so common ♪
♪ still so rare uncommon all ♪ never been here before ♪ ♪ so high we're still climbing ♪ even here inside these walls ♪ breaking each other's hearts ♪ and we don't care cause we're so in too deep ♪ can't think about giving it up ♪ ♪ but i never knew love would feel like a heart attack ♪ sing it with me at home! ♪ it's killing me swear i never cried so much ♪ cause i never knew love would hurt this bad ♪ ♪ oh oh hey hey hey hey ♪ ♪ heart attack ♪ outta times when i know i should be smiling ♪
♪ seems to be the time that i frown the most ♪ ♪ can't believe that we still suffering ♪ ♪ no ♪ cause i'm slowly breaking down even when i hold you close ♪ ♪ if i lose you i'm afraid i would lose who ♪ i gave my love to ♪ ♪ that's the reason i stay around even though i fell way in too deep ♪ can't think about giving it up ♪ ♪ i never knew love would feel like a heart attack ♪ ♪ i swear i never cried so much ♪ no the worst pain
one two three ♪ oh oh ♪ ♪ oh oh ♪ worst pain >> my fifth album is in stores. it's because of my family, it's because of my fans, my angels. i love you to death. ♪ you know what if i told you ♪ i'm afraid i would lose who i gave my love to girl ♪ that's the reason i'm staying around ♪ ♪ even though i fell way in too can't think about giving it up ♪ oh ♪ ♪ feel like a heart attack