San Francisco, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, El Chapo discussed on Tim Conway Jr.


Johny Ken show. John kobylt Ken chiampou KFI AM six forty after five o'clock Molly crane dome. It's going to be on with us on the El Chapo case. In Brooklyn, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, the drug cartel warlord. We're going to hear about the cocaine train. The cocaine train that ran from Mexico to New York City, wildly successful much better than our high speed rail trail, and we'll get to that after five o'clock with the Bali. In San Francisco, restaurants and coffee shops are closing up. At a rapid rate because there are no employees left the cost of living in San Francisco. The cost of rent is so high that no one who works in a service job can afford to live there. And there is literally no one to hire. And no one to employ. They did a story. In the guardian. The blue fig Cavaye the blue fig cafe. An old fashioned coffeehouse. On Valencia street been around for eight years. And it's not that they didn't have customers, and it wasn't even the rent or the competition. It is nearly impossible to pay anyone in San Francisco enough money to make you a Cup of coffee. Because the employee's have nowhere to live in order for them to live in San Francisco. You have to pay them an absurd amount of money to make a Cup of coffee. And I don't think I've ever heard of that being reasons somebody goes out of business. It's almost always that. You don't have customers for whatever reason they don't like the product. Or it's the wrong product for the region or you put out a bad tasting coffee now. And it's not that you had an idiot landlord jacked up the ranch, and it's not all the competition. There are a lot of cafeterias inside these tech companies and people drink coffee now inside the building. They don't go walking looking for. None of that. The cafe owner's posted two sheets of paper on the door. And they say it takes a lot to keep a place like this going, and we have found it hard to find great people to help us actually, they couldn't even find mediocre people to help them. They couldn't find because. You don't have to you. Don't have to be the brightest bulb on the trader or coffee, the type of folks who've gotten to know over the.

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