Thursday, January 12

DEATH OBITUARY : Kabby Mitchell III, first black dancer with Pacific Northwest Ballet, dies

Kabby Mitchell III died May 4 at age 60. He danced with PNB from 1979-84, and his career took him around the world, yet he remained rooted in the Pacific Northwest as a choreographer, teacher, mentor and role model.

He was, said Pacific Northwest Ballet founding artistic director Francia Russell, special from the start: “very flexible, with a huge jump, and of course that smile that lit up the whole theater.”

Kabby Mitchell III was in his early 20s when he became the first black company member of PNB, back in 1979; pictures of him from the time show a charismatic young man clearly at ease with being elegantly airborne. He danced with the company until 1984, reaching the rank of soloist. It was the beginning of a rich career that took him around the world — he performed with Nederlands Dans Theater, as well as Dance Theater of Harlem, PNB and other companies — but kept him rooted here in the Pacific Northwest, where he became a beloved choreographer, teacher, mentor and role model.
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Seriously stop with all of the airline discrepancies. If a company has a law or policy than you need to follow it. Stop glorifying idiots who think rules don't apply to them. It boggles my mind that people in this country think that they have a right to do whatever they want whenever they want. The last one I read was pretty much the same thing only it was before the plane took off. A man got booted off a flight because he got up when instructed to stay seated. If you can't break rules and not get caught, don't break them.
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Pat Wilkes
Pat Wilkes Passengers with incontinence problems should plan ahead. That's why they make Depends! It's unfair to expect a flight attendant to allow them to wander around on final descent.
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Sandy Jeffries Molter
Sandy Jeffries Molter This story is ridiculous! Follow the rules people!!!!! It's for your own safety. If you have a problem with your bladder, then go to the bathroom BEFORE the plane is about to land. If you've flown before, you know that. There is no way this woman pulled down her pants and peed in a cup in full view of the other passengers.
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Denise Jasienowski
Denise Jasienowski Oh come on - she was forced to hold the empty cups until the flight ended?? They let her out of the seat to go empty her cups in the toilet?? But she would not throw the cups in the receptacle in the bathroom - they forced her to hold onto them for the duration of her flight?? 
Why the hell would she not have just thrown them away?? People put maxipads in those receptacles, and dirty diapers, so it's not like bodily fluid type crap is never in them !1 This is idiotic !! I do not think she is credible.!
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Kristin Zimmer
Kristin Zimmer Refused to let her use the bathroom during final decent. Go ahead of time!!
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Wally Ristow
Wally Ristow And if the plane hit turbulence on its desent and she was injured she would be blaming them for that also. Overactive bladder, plan ahead.
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Brian Shanks
Brian Shanks Ok so the first time united screwed up but every day since then there is another united story of someone trying to use social media to get money and popularity. Come on people this needs to stop
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Bobbi Pryor Noppinger
Bobbi Pryor Noppinger Sounds like someone is just looking for money and attention. Overactive bladder or not, there are rules, and everyone knows there are certain times you are not allowed to leave your seat for safety reasons. I also have an overactive bladder and plan ...See More
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Ron Antoneli
Ron Antoneli Another ignorant passenger, end of BS. SMH

"United says that the plane had already started its final descent and, per 'FAA regulations', crewmembers had alread instructed all passengers to remain seated for the duration of the flight."
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Randy Benson
Randy Benson Fasten seat belt sign on for a reason..but my last couple flights it seemed like it was on unnecessarily through some pretty smooth sections. Maybe there was a reason I wasn't aware of?????

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