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bag of clothing there. thank you for that. we're collecting clothing, which will be turned into cash and then that cash will be sent to the people of haiti. >> thirteen year-old maddie gabriel is starting this effort. >> she organize it. >> um-hmm. >> i like that kid. >> yes. >> hey look who it is, i like her too her name is karen hepp. >> beautiful dress. >> thank you. >> lovely color, fall color. >> what would you say it is almost regal, isn't it. >> that is nicest thing you have ever said to me. >> i have turn over a new leaf. >> look at you, being all nice good we have a prince in town today. >> prince albert. >> do you have prince albert in the can. >> we did that yesterday. >> it is tuesday, october 25th, 2016. here we go, hundreds of women put on yoga pants to make a point, what one man said about the garment that set them off. and boo at the zoo if you
want to meet critters and have a day of -- look at this one. zoo has you covered. plus how you can experience the zoo like never before, why don't you just stay overnight. >> let's zoom out and actually show viewers that snake is maybe 4 feet from frustrates. >> hi. >> turn it around and notice that. >> hi laura. >> hi there. >> oh, god. >> they also brought in a tarantula i'm not a fan. >> i'm not either. >> they also brought in a owl, it is all part of the boo at the zoo. you can stay overnight at philadelphia zoo. wouldn't that be fun. >> they can wear their costumes, and so cute just to drive by and see everybody coming. >> boo. >> at the zoo. >> so, jen is trying to help us out here. cleaning up your life.
>> keeping us organized. >> okay. this stuff was obviously organize by a grown up bureaus miller has amazing idea how about getting the kid to organize their stuff. i will say it again, she has plans for the kids to do it themselves. karen, seriously all three of those little dudes they can do that. >> paying so much attention to this. i need to hear about this woman. >> what does your house look like right now. >> upstairs playroom, and it is a hot mess. >> didn't you recently move. >> it was perfect for a couple days. >> it was perfect. >> it looks just like that all organized, i had those exact color coded bin is what cow do to encourage your three boys to clean up their rooms. >> they each of their own room but they don't sleep in their own rooms, they have all these beds and they sleep in one place. >> they want to be together. >> do they still come into sleep with you. >> yes, baby sleeping in your
bed. he is over three. >> yes. >> the kiddies 18. it is very weird. >> if you are in a relationship and i bet you you are and you have a lot of fights, listen to this. not every little fight needs to end up in a huge blow out like this clip from the break up. >> oh, really. >> what my baby want, my baby gets. >> i wanted 12, baby wanted two. >> why would you want 12 lemons. >> why would you want 12 lemons. >> we know how this goes, they go back and forth with women and they get bigger and bigger. >> yes. >> she wanted it at center piece. >> yes. >> she wanted to do it right. >> baby wants lemon, baby will get lemons. >> baby wants 12. >> yes, that turns in tie huge fight. i have not seen this stupid movie. i never believe jennifer aniston in anything. the to you really think she
would date that guy vince vaughn. >> he is everything, mike. >> i know that. >> sense of humor can get the girl. >> really. >> you know this. >> so we have just the thing to help bring all these fights to a stop. ask yourself this question: will you care one year from now about this particular fight or issue you are fighting over. transport yourself 12 months from right now a new study, oh, 60 minutes shot, new study found that asking that question may people less likely to blame their partners and more likely to forgive them after the fight. study also found just pausing a moment to gain perspective when you are angry can prevent heat of the moment from clouding your mind. now what i have ban tempt to go do is go outside. >> in the middle of an argument.
>> i'll be right back. >> okay. >> before it starts. >> before it begins, because i can feel it coming up. go outside. >> go for a walk. walk around a little bit. i will add this to my idea. >> when you go outside and walking are you thinking about anything or breathing. >> you think it through, what is the consequence going to be if you bring it up stuff like that. but now i will add this, willie be upset about this a year from now. >> what if it build up but if you don't say anything and it just grows and grows and then it is a big deal, you know. it the might start off small but that is why you dream it. >> it will come out. >> eventually it will come out, you you are right. >> it is deciding what is important. is it important to have 12 lemons or three lemons is that an important issue. more specifically they are referencing in this because you're telling your spouse or
whatever, something about work and they don't know the name of that person or whatever. my husband has no idea hoy work with. he goes um, um, um. but a year from now is it important that he knows every name in my life. >> what is his name. >> brian. >> he knows penn state. >> for some women, you don't listen, i'm concerned if you don't know the name i say it so many times. >> of course, it is not about the lemons in their case, it is something else. >> does that matter, you want to come home you want someone to know and know details of your day. >> listening is over rated. >> at the end of the the day. >> are you ever with one in the relationship and you have no idea what they are doing for a living. >> like their title will or you have no idea. >> i have no idea what they do when they sit at their desk. you don't understand that world. >> did you try to understand. >> i should just listen. >> you should just listen and listen and listen. >> we did this a while back
doing our down the shore, going down the shore, we asked, and, what am i going to do. what is my mission. >> it is too boring to get the in to. >> yes. but it is just blah, blah, blah, blah. >> and there must be something new in the tractor trailer accident. steve, what is going on. >> well, we have a new vantage point. we have some good, close-up details. you cannot get from a helicopter. i can tell you from experience, this road is going to be shut down for a long, long time. there is fuel, all over this road. in fact, it smells like we are in the oil refinery. look at the damage. they have got cranes. this is last of the four tractor trailers. this would be the bus of the long extended, car accident, truck accident, and you can see it jumped the median here.
if you are unfamiliar with the northeast extension it is per out lull i under construction. this is like being in a pin ball machine and shoot. you have got two lanes with concrete barriers, temporary ones, they call them new jersey barriers on both sides. no room, no shoulder and that is why you have these chain reaction accidents at 5:30 in the morning. we have one tractor trailer that looked behind that sign that says trucks, buses, left lane only. that tractor trailer where we see gentlemen climbing up on the crane is also smashed beyond oblivion saying they are jackknife is most understated thing they can say. looking at the innings tour i tweeted and vantage, and, and, look at the damage to the cab in the still picture. that tells you why police reported injuries initially and we have no idea how bad anybody was hurt. we are told there were several cars involved as well, and then we have a tractor trailer at the far end down there
right where that crane is. that red crane is sticking up in the air is probably there to move these concrete barriers doing this road construction. so nothing to do with trying to clear up this damage. folks this will be a long, long, hall here trying to get this reopen. look at other direction it is opened coming toward philadelphia. look at how slow it is. everybody has toy get a good close-up view across the highway. even that way is being delayed as well. a rough morning for commuters who use northeast extension in both directions but really going northbound forget it. >> forget it. >> that is right. >> steve, thank you for that. >> 9:10. there is nothing like slipping into a cozy pair of yoga pants. >> do you like yoga pants. >> those really thin ones they are very comfortable. >> yes. >> i wear them on my days off, and i do wear them. >> well, yoga pants and legins. >> well, it is like what you
wear, work out mom gear. you go to the gym, trying to run around i'm in yoga pants. >> every woman has yoga pants. >> what is difference between yoga pants and legins they are thinner, more stretchy, you have more room to be comfortable and do yoga stuff. >> to do downward facing dog. more comfortable. >> hundreds of women put on their yoga pants proudly parade go through streets of the rhode island. i'm not sure what town in rhode island. it is in response to one man's rant in the local newspaper about his hatred for yoga pants. i hate yoga pants is what he said. this is in the coastal town of barrington, by the way. >> he wrote a letter, editorial. he writes addressing in yoga pants looks tacky and ridiculous. he also says women over 20 should not wear them. one protester put it to that response, well, we were going to wear whatever we want. he has a editorial meant to be
humor us. >> yes. >> you say something and people get mad. >> just kidding, sorry guys. >> kidding. >> please. >> can't you take a joke. >> it is body type and how women look terrible. they say what do you look like. >> what are you working with. >> and did you see his face. >> what is verdict. >> he is i something, something kind of person. >> i want to see. >> we want to see him now that we brought him up. >> what is this a one woman show. we are trying to do this for viewers of the good day philadelphia who do we do it for. >> you. >> you and you. >> i guess a nicer event or something wearing yoga pants but i don't see a problem. when i wear leggings, legons, i have my shirt cover so i'm not showing stuff. >> that is difference between legins you are wearing it as an outfit with boots, sweater or little jacket.
yoga pants frequently they are very titan all of your pants and there could ab lieutenant of, showing what you are working with. >> you have to be in good shape to have that look. >> yes, that was his pant. >> hold on, hold on. i'm going to stop talking now. >> yes. >> i saw my favorite side line reporter at the game on sunday, erin andrews. sue, did you get the my picture of erin andrews. >> yes, i did. >> pro biotics. >> was she wearing yoga pants. >> wayscally. >> with a little short crop jacket. >> do you have a picture? can you see it in the the picture her in yoga pants. >> no. >> she has them, i mean. >> hold please. >> i didn't even know that she was there. >> she walked right by me five
times. >> you were in the row, too honey, i was a little further up. you were so close to the field, he felt the wind that blew her hair back. >> did she hit you in the face. >> she would like to hit me in the face. >> kyle mcdaniel wrote this. read that tweet that was just sent here, alex, kyle. >> it says alex, where the heck is this story going. >> that is right. >> yes. >> is that what he is saying. >> yes. >> it is saying you're owe where in the story look when mike is talking about one of my favorite things. i don't do that to you. >> what is this look, if i'm looking in the camera, what is this look. >> i'm looking at you intently wondering whatever is he go to go say. >> i know the look. >> why is getting on me and my look now. >> take a shot. >> so i'm going on and on about a story. >> yes. >> tight shots on my face.
thank you. >> yes. >> he hates me. >> yes. >> i'm wondering where is this story going. >> i have forgotten what we're talking about. >> stop it, tim. >> think about this one where is this story going, that is what we're talking about. he he doesn't know. >> every time we talk this is how i look. >> please tell us more, mike. >> what you give us a look have of confusion. >> it is me trying to figure out. he is saying this because is this connected to what we're talking about is he go nothing a different direction. >> yeah, that us it. >> karen, get us outs of this. >> so yesterday, sue looks absolutely fierce, amazing. she god mate up like a zombie. we wanted to see science of being scared because for some reason we love to be afraid and to be scared and have things happen so sue went out, on the street, and take a look
at what happened. >> as a zombie. >> yes. >> i got my makeup done. basically i had work done. the audience of the the q show, so let's combo. >> everybody is looking at their phones and nobody looking at me. >> welcome to the q. >> what? >> hi. >> what cow think i had a little work done. >> they want to take selfies. >> nobody is scared. >> here she goes. >> maybe if we went outside. >> hi, how are you. >> good to see you. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> not even scared. >> where are you going.
>> b. >> are you a little bit scared >> no. >> oh, my god she scared me. >> at last. >> so, what do you think sue. >> that was scary make up but everybody with me in it, just laughed. >> they necessity you you, they love you. so that is like it is sue, we love her. >> it wasn't that much different. >> stop it. >> just kidding. >> it was pretty cool. >> he did it with like toilet paper. >> it was amazing. >> liquid latex and toilet paper and the paint, to spruce it up. >> that is a fun saturday night right there. >> my husband fell in love all over again. >> what did billy say when he got home. >> he he was just smiton.
>> hold please. >> so you walk in the house, did he know you had make up done. >> hi honey, i'm home. i told him i had a new look. >> okay. >> he loved it. >> you know my inappropriate next question. >> no. >> no. >> it wasn't even like a hint. >> he had an appointment, perhaps. >> an important appointment. >> reschedule. >> i have a zombie here. police in north jersey are investigating the disappearance of a backup dancer, for beyonce, she also backed up rihanna too. >> her name is shirley, she's 32, last spotted near port authority, and, located, and, cell phone, and her father lives in and, in the evening,
rihanna shares, this video of her with the message asking for fans to help locating her. this beautiful soul and former dancer of mine is missing, my heartaches thinking of how heavy this is and all those who love her. anyone who has any information call the police. >> that is a tough area of manhattan. stuck in the middle of the night. >> here's the think. >> she was in new jersey, and, weekend in new york and add thing is wedding dress shopping, whole bunch of wedding dress stores in chelsea but she's not getting married. >> her dad said it was the up come performance. >> halloween or whatever. >> you don't get fancy for halloween costumes. >> in new york they go up, it was sunday at 1:00 a.m. when she disappeared. you never know what happened. >> yes. >> i hope she's okay. >> all right. how about this, we have some
new information coming from police. they have just released the surveillance video of the the guy taking a piece of, bunch of pieces of have the brass from the union league, there over on broad street just south of city hall. it has been there since the civil war in 1860's. that guy right there with the black jacket on. police say he yanked on the piece of the brass railing on the north side of the staircase there, and causing the composite concrete, and the brass, taken from the steps will take two to three months to repair. pieces, might have to be shipped from overseas as a matter of fact. i mean didn't a car hit the union league years ago and they had to repair or replace, and iconic. >> it took a long time for them to do it. but fancy pants club but there is a lot of charities that
hold events and fundraisers. it is not just for feel that belong to the club. they have weddings and many events as well. that is clear video of that guy. >> that is pretty recognizable. >> hopefully they will find him and catch her. >> all of the wedding pictures taken on those stairs. >> so true. >> all right. >> hopefully they will get him pretty quickly. 9:21. wait until you see what we have next on this show this broadcast this program we like to call "good day philadelphia". >> "good day philadelphia". >> yes. >> just hang in there don't move.
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look at all of the people. >> there is a line forming, i love this. >> they are donating clothing, and then that clothing, it will go into that truck there, the green drop truck and green drop is affiliated with the red cross now. they have turn that clothing into money. then money goes to help people
of the haiti who have been through so much over last six years. two hurricanes and a earthquake. >> i love this. love to see people. >> best viewers. >> all organized by that 13 year-old girl in the white sweater. god, i love her. >> if you love everything halloween you are in the right place, philadelphia ranks as one of the best cities in the united states to celebrate halloween. who did this now? >> well, this is wallet hub. >> wallet hub.com. >> we rang 16th out of 100 for largest cities, hoff the best halloween. so, our overall ranking was. >> well, it was punished a little bit. we were in the top ten for a couple of reasons. for not having affordable halloween parties is one. so then, this is another punishment, we were rang way down seventh seventh due to the price of halloween party tickets, whatever that is. >> like haunted houses and different events and all those different things. those are really expensive overall and pumpkin patches, it can be expensive to visit
those that raises benefits. we have had another study that put us in the top ten for best places in the halloween. >> what was the problem with it then, we are just listing the negative what is the positive. >> sixteen out of 100 are, pretty good to me. why are we 16 then. >> milky way. >> we live in neighborhoods close together, good for trick or treating, overall crime is in the too bad and since people own their houses it is good you have ownership and kid feel comfortable to get out there and enjoy. >> thanks for providing that positive. >> you just messed up my joke. >> that is it. >> what was it? >> so why, if we're number 16 out of hundred why do we say negative. how did we get to be 16. >> megan, can you put your camera up please. because that woman is a miserable, human being and she wants nothing to do with positivity.
>> that was the joke. >> that was a slam on megan. it wasn't any good. >> that is like calling her nasty. >> she will take her nasty feet and nasty fingers and she will nasty yourself away from you. >> i sound like donald trump. >> is that what karen is saying. >> what is she saying. >> boo. >> boo to you. >> boo, hoo i wanting to to the zoo. if you want to meet critters, oh, no, is that hair in the studio. >> all you. >> what is it sitting in a bagel, what is that? >> it is a what. >> a log. >> we have a tarantula, python, and a python, tarantula and owl goes in the the bar. >> hoo comes out. >> not bad karen. biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty -
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♪ >> ♪ >> thank you, thank you, thank you, man. >> oh, look, that bin when they came out here completely empty, now look at it, i love see this. thank you everyone for your donations it will help the people of hate. >> i okay, it is called boo at the zoo. and if you ever dreamed of getting up close and personal with the animals at the philadelphia zoo, which is our country's first zoo, if you would like to put your face up close to an owl's face. >> spends a night with a night owl. hey, there you go. laura's here, danny is also here. danny's holding the owls. laura, good to see you. >> good to see you guys. >> before we get in, before we look at the animals, boo at the zoo is going to be this friday, if you opportunity stay over? >> so this friday, saturday, if you want to stay over, zoo
at the zoo itself saturday, sunday, from ten to 4:00 free with zoo admission. >> basically what it is, the kids get to go trick-or-treating, see the animals? >> exactly, unique way to trick-or-treat, go around the zoo in costume, we like when people come in animal costumes, any costumes fine, trick-or-treat around the zoo, activities, hey bail maze to go through unique place. >> dull, too. >> that's a python in. >> this is togo, a ball python gentle sneaks to deal with. people are uncomfortable with snakes, they have some myths, but snakes very smooth, not slimy most of the time they're curl up in a ball. >> do they smell with their tongue? >> they do, two holes in the roof of their mouth so they
stick their tongue out, smell with their tongues. >> what's the air taste like? i guess you have to talk to the snake? >> maybe a mouse when nearby, things like that? you know? >> move on to the owl. >> this is dewey, spectacle owl. >> dewey, you're on, look over there. >> don't owls hunt for snakes? >> they k that certainly is small mammals, small birds, snakes, mice, things like that. they'll hunt for things like that. >> next to each other? >> they're okay, enough of a distance apart, they're okay. >> hey, dewey again, cameras over there. you can find great horns, and, you know, easter screach owls, might hear them in your own backyard. >> you know my favorite owl, the snowy owl. >> beautiful. >> little bitty one. >> hey, megan, can you get a
shot? what's that little white one? >> even screach owl. >> i went to all wet? >> what? why is that going for my crotch? >> likes warm spots. >> no! >> this is our friend ruby, tarantula. >> can you take it out out of the bin? >> tarantula. >> can you take her snout. >> she'll stay in her log. >> put the log down so we can get a shot of it. >> good shot of her? >> this way? >> i don't know. >> there you go. i stop moving it. maybe we can get camera actually to look down. oh, look at that. >> look through the log? >> again, animal, that has a lot, a lot of myths around it people think they're
dangerous. >> horrible creatures. that snake just touched me. >> really? >> yes! >> sorry. >> seriously, tore anti-will were to, if you were to get it, it is equivalent of boozing, that's all of them it has. >> if you're an owl, chipmunk, something like, that yes, deadly but not for human. >> this is either just a baby? >> right here in the backyard, people don't realize here in fairmount park, jersey suburbs of the pa suburbs, have them around? >> what do they eat? >> mice, small mammals, do you have any mice in your lunch
box? >> zoo at the -- boo at the zoo, family friendly, and lot of times to see animals, as well. >> sounds like great time. thank you so much. thanks for bringing your friends. >> at the zoo. okay, let's go to the classroom with bob kelly. are we doing this the whole school year? >> i think we are. >> cool. >> hey, everybody. i'm here at the first catholic elementary school in the entire country. saint mary's, here in old city, and boy, are they fired up! stay there, coming right back. most people owe the bank.
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>> fifteen year old girl, oh, look at that. >> cute. >> i collecting donations, helping to organize this, to bring and help out the people of haiti. oh, we're getting all kind of donation this is morning from everybody. it is wonderful to see the community like coming together to help out another community. >> oh, because they can certainly need it. and they have so many people just in dire straight, and 1.4 million people with hunger issues, thank you madison for what you're doing, thank you viewers for coming out helping all every those people that need it. 9:40, bob kelly is in school this morning. and kelly's classroom. >> and today it happened to be at one of our catholic schools, right here in center city. hey, bob, where are you? >> hey, gang, good morning, everybody. i'm on the rooftop deck. say hello and good morning to saint mary's. oh, saint mary's inner parochial school right here in center city philadelphia. take a look at the school yard. they're -- they've a rooftop school yard. we're right here at fifth and
locust, and talk about the best view of the city skyline, here in center city philadelphia. the kids are all fired up. we got kindergarten all the way up to eighth grade. now, this is first catholic elementary school in the entire country, and it opened upright here in philadelphia. and, they have 225 student from jean the principal. how many parishes throughout? >> forty parishes, 41 zip codes. >> wow, now, how does someone get in touch with saint mary's or get selected to come to st. mary that's. >> wonderful process that we have, admissions process, we start with kindergarten, this year about 100 applicants. >> okay. >> for our kindergarten for 30 spaces. >> wow the kindergarten all right here in their sweatsuits, all here, give a wave. wave to the camera. now down here, chris, you are one of the students, tell me about what you like most about the school? >> what i like most about the school is arts awareness program. arts awareness program historic location, this allows us to walk to places such as the liberty bell, independence
hall and the national -- >> check out the mural on the back wall, tommy, giovanni, tell us about what you like here? >> we have multiple special classes here at our school. we have spanish, gym, art, music, art is my favorite. >> art is your favorite. what's your favorite language? >> spanish. >> that's great. now lydia, what do you like most about the school? >> i like the honors math program, begins in fifth grade, student get to participate in honors math competitions to win scholarships? >> fifth grade? i wouldn't have made it past fifth grade. morning and, what do you love? >> science activities such as esteem, our junior explore he is, you build aquatic robot, and a robotic competition, grades k through four, jr. explorers, explore science. >> aren't they great so well spoken? great job. everybody having fun today? and they were just awarded the
national blue ribbon of excellence for the very first time. let's have a hand for st. mary. good job. i love the playground. who is ready for recess? let's go to recess. okay! thank you, you guys in the studio. >> what happens now bob leaves? and they are all wounds up for the rest of the day. first school like that, kelly school, in america. >> that's great tradition. >> apparently out there at fourth and market, two women have clothing in their hands in bags and they refuse to put it in the truck until i go out and say hello to them. >> oh? >> go out, say hello. >> ya, why don't you go say hi. >> i guess that would be my duty at this point? >> yes. >> so okay, i'll go out there. >> okay. after the break. should i go now? >> yes, maybe you should go now. >> all right. >> go out there, we'll put the shades up and say hi to jen. she making our levels better. i love jen moms have been sending us pictures of their messy play rooms.
how do we get them organize in the. >> we'll get organized. here is a question. what does the florida state bar have to do with getting organized? ♪ okay, i found someone. i found someone. >> that's right. found a place to get it together. >> come right back to get done some organizing,
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time for hugs again, so turn around so people can see you. see? where are you from? >> i'm from west fill. >> i well, thanks for donating. >> cobbs creek. >> thanks for donating. look at all of the people that have come out. how are you? >> all right, you? >> look at you. what's that say? >> rookie, rookie of what? >> thanks for bringing out the clothes, we appreciate t thank you all for coming out, okay? oh, look at this big bag. what did you bring, a blanket. >> blanket, we got some pots, some pans, some shoes, sweater. >> who saw? >> this is anali. this is ania. >> couldn't be keith errment thank you for donating. >> thank you so much. >> hey, madison, congratulations. thank you for organizing this.
thirteen years old. seventh grader. congratulations. >> yeah, girl. >> madison, beautiful. beautiful. beautiful. >> good to meet you. >> yes. >> okay, mattie, thank you. >> oh, that's so great, so great for madison and for the people of haiti. well, jen is saving us time this morning, we've been talking about this. >> you had to clean up the play rooms, kids bedrooms, because sometimes they can get messy. you know what we're talking about, jen, she tweeted us her play room. she says look at this. my play room is a mess. i'm definitely watching you, jenn fred. >> okay, so, we have to explain, first of all, good morning. >> hello. >> i'm laura. good to see you. >> okay, we have to explain why there is a butch. of florida state paraphernalia. >> because my husband and i met at florida state. he is from this area. after we got married we came down here and the rest is history. three children later here we are. >> so you needed had he her help, three kids, all
beautiful, all in the spectrum. rose came in. the number one tip is this. we're in the basement area. and you say make everyone's space their own space. >> right. >> don't try to make it all for one situation? >> yes. kind of just making zones. >> this is their zone. >> this is zone, i think making it not just a play room but family room. florida state makes laura and chris very happy, their kids love it. and now this also where you kind of bring down, we brought this stuff down from upstairs, creating a homework, creative area station, and -- >> for each child there is a -- >> okay, let's check in one of the things i think is genius over here. so over this way, there is a kate area, right? because kate's -- >> kate loves her artwork right now. she also loves her little pet shop. you can tell she really loves her dolls, her american girl dolls. >> then you also made a max area, over there? >> we made a max area, i
realize, when we first came here, the whole space was open, and it needed to be configured into three areas. so each child has a space to call their own, and they know where to put away their stuff. >> okay? >> so accountability, responsibility, ownership, to their stuff. >> and as we come back over here, this is the thing that i thought was very interesting, is that there is a jack, a kate, and a max. but you want something that will then evolve with the kids. >> right. >> what did you do here? >> so we have clothes storage, storage for each of them. their books. and it is visual. so they can see it. and they can pull for it. and the things they don't need all the time are just tucked away, smaller items, books obviously laid nicely on the shelf. so it is something that will grow with them, too. even in this play room where right now at the stage of we're going to flip it again, where kate's need is really not necessarily polly pockets,
and american girl dolls, her need is becoming to create. she is a brilliant artist, abutting artist, and we will probably switch this space over toward that. >> okay. >> the last thing that i love is that where we are always trying to get rid of stuff. you have a grade idea, you say put a basket like the one over here? >> right. >> so as they go through their days, they can put a hess truck in, doll in, things they've grown out of? >> right. it is never, ever too soon to teach them charitable giving to look outside themselves and to realize what abundance they do have, and where can i help that with somebody else, another child. >> as we wrap it up, you got to get rid of the stuff? >> right. >> it is hard to get rid of the stuff, but -- >> one last thing, your parents are watching in jacksonville florida. >> that's right. >> my dad is turning 80 today. happy birthday, dad. >> happy birthday! >> and again, if you have any extra stuff, dad, it is going right in there. >> you got it.
hey, thank you, jen. quick shout out to the people who watch us over at at&t, new store at 15th and walnut. i went in there yesterday. everybody there watching the show. and they have us up on a big monitor there. >> they do? >> oh, wave. >> hey, kids! at&t, 15th and walnut. kim kardashian now opens up on 60 minutes, did you see this sunday night? you probably did. what she has to say when asked if she has any talent at all. >> kind of funny. good come back. >> this weekend, bring your kids, halloween costume, for the truck event in the parking lot of the depford mall. it will be this saturday, 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. they'll explore the trucks, ride a hey ride, trick-or-treat. kids are free. the benefits veterans service center. >> yes. >> ♪
>> the screen here, see the bottom of the screen, the crawl, it is information that you can read, it is news, weather, sports and stuff going by there it distract me every now and then, and it also distracts this cat that's owned by wendy saddler. >> sent us this video. this is her cat reacting to it. >> where is the cat? >> alex, smells so good. look at. that will. >> oh, wait, look at that. bottom of the screen. >> oh, yes. >> all up in the tv. >> you know, it only perked up though when karen came on. >> awe. loves karen. here i thought the cat was sitting there listening -- >> no. >> my cat reacting to the crawl that's going on the bottom of the tv. >> oh, there is sound on
there. >> thank you, wendy. >> she talks to it, karen. all right, now, before kim kardashian was tied up, terrorized and robbed in paris, she sat down for interview with 60 minutes. they didn't bring that up. anyway, she talks about living her life for the world to see on social media. they ask her, pointed question: do you have any talent? >> what's your talent? >> it is a talent to have a brand that's really successful off of getting people to like you, for you. >> you have turned you into an empire worth in excess of $100 million, i've read. >> i would think that has to solve some kind of talent. you know? there are pitfalls. >> so let's talk about this. get your thoughts together on twitter, and tomorrow we will discuss, is that a talent? i'll tell you who is talented, this woman right here. look at karen's legwarmers, that takes me back to flash
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