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06:10 min | 1 year ago

"415 80 88 10" Discussed on KGO 810

"There's a homeless issue in Venice that really points up the homeless issue that's around San Francisco and around the Bay Area and also around other parts of Los Angeles. But I guess what I'm getting here and in other parts of California, for that matter, Sacramento included, Uh but I guess what I'm getting to is this incident involves somebody throwing an negative and they were wearing a gorilla mask, and it was really pretty and ugly. A sort of an ugly incident, wasn't it? Yeah, It was an ugly incident, and I have to say, um, this particular area of Venice has been used as a photo op for a number of politicians. And I got to say on both sides of the aisle, But I was recently there was Caitlyn Jenner, who did the same thing, basically, tons of jostling cameras walking through. An area of unhealthy people, and some of them are mentally ill. Let's be quite honest there. They've been there for months. Um or sometimes in some cases, years on that street. Um and it it looked to me like a lot of these folks are just getting tired of these politicians coming through. And using them as props. And, you know, I'm saying, you know, maybe Larry Elder had a point yesterday in doing that, but this is now has been happening at her on a regular basis. And I don't know if the woman in the gorilla mask and I've watched that video. It's really disturbing to watch. Um, was she just just Carla Because you have watched it. Maybe you can help me describe it. She throws this egg at him. He's kind of passed her a little bit. Yeah, And I guess it grazed him. And then they turn the security people kind of turn to confront her. And then she continues quite competitive are arm in which case she goes ballistic on them, and Start screaming and hits the security guard in the face. Uh and there's a lot of angry people yelling at elder to get out of get out of the area, some of them who are African American who clearly don't like his political positions. Elder is said that this was kind of racist attack. You know, I think I'm not sure exactly if that was the case or whether, uh, you had some people who have been, you know, on the streets for a long time. And just had it with people coming through. I have to say that I saw a similar kind of situation with Caitlyn Jenner where people started yelling at her and saying, You know enough already. What are you doing here? Why are you using us that kind of thing, And as I said, it's not just Republicans who use these kind of backdrops, you know, Skid Row in LA Up here in Berkeley. These these huge homeless and cameras have become a real issue in California. There's no doubt about it, and even a lot of progressives they're saying Look, we've got to do something. We've got a lot of there's mentally ill people who should not be out on the street, right? Um, but you can thank Ronald Reagan. For all of those people are out on the street. I mean, the metal of the what happened, As you know, it dates back many, many decades here in California. But and that is the problem and what Elder has said this is this is a racist attack and should be Condemned. I think it was a disturbing attack. There's no question about that. Um, but I'm wondering if maybe some of these on housed folks on the streets have just had it with the camera crews coming through. Sure, sure, but you'd like them to fire. You know, like they're animals, and you know it exists. Right? Right. It's like taking a picture of the zoo. Exactly. Although you wish that they could find a different mask besides the gorilla mask if I could just see you know, police. I mean, I don't know her story or what? You know whether she's a out in the street, whatever. But it should be looked at for sure. And can we have? We only have one more minute with Carla Marinucci. But I must ask you about something that Brett and I were speaking of the other day, which is just a little curious because if you just went down covid the covid Stuff that's going on in California. You think this should be a clear choice for this guy? Schwarzenegger, who has stayed away from an actual endorsement, even as he sort of threw your freedom even easier, even as he said, these, you know this stuff about, you know, covid and shut down and get the vaccine. And you've got one candidate in elder who is clearly against all of that. Yet Schwarzenegger won't step up and endorsed Newsome giving the politics behind that. That is fascinating, you know? Think Schwarzenegger just kind of wants to be above the fray. He's got a very big, you know, political chair at U. S. C. Now he tries to be kind of, uh, an ambassador to California. So I think he doesn't want to be seen as a partisan boys. I see. But you know that at this point, he's an ambassador around the world on the issue of climate change. I think he's been pretty clear on where he stands on. You know, the recall and howl and the issue of where some of these candidates are on climate change. I just think he doesn't want to be used by either side up as an endorser, and I think that's where he's coming from. That makes sense. Yeah, so so you have to do with with with Schwarzenegger. You read between the lines. You don't need an actual endorsement. I say. Okay. It is the California playbook. She does it with Jeremy. Be white. You should subscribe. You can find it. With political California playbook. She is so kind to join through your freedom to join us regularly. And these are the closing days of the California recall. So we'll be in touch. Carla Marinucci, everyone Scarlett All right. Yeah, OK. 415 80 88 10 415 80 88 10. You can also tweet us at Mark T Live is what I am on Twitter at Mark T live the other thing, too. I mean, she mentioned that you know his cause for climate change in what have you, But he's still got a movie career and he's got an upcoming movie. Actually, next. I thought of that, too. I thought of that, too. She was talking about his, you know, see the USC or whatever thinking, and he's also trying to make sure he doesn't like turn off some of the box office. So there's all of that. Uh, I mentioned the phone number in case you want to text anything? Any reaction to what? We were just talking about? 415 80 88 10. We will catch up with some text and more next Mark Thompson, K g.

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02:37 min | 1 year ago

"415 80 88 10" Discussed on KGO 810

"Why am I calling you Governor Schwarzenegger? I mean, I understand the rationale, but I just I'm not about it. I don't know it rolls off the tongue easier than former governor Well, No, you wouldn't call him. Former Governor you go, Mr Schwarzenegger. You know what I mean? Angel? Why do I have to call you governor? I mean, think about how ridiculous when the guy's not president anymore. You got to call him Mr President to you do that to Trump. Call him Mr President. The man who started the movement to recall Governor Gavin Newsom has what Covid 19. The lead proponent of the effort to recall Newsom has covid Oren. How does he say his name bread in the AP style guide? How do they say, and I think they have it in the style guy, But this is the sheriff, the yellow card. He's retired. Yeah, he's retired YOLO County Sheriff Sheriff Mark Yeah, but he's already heat lately. Yeah, he started to recall movement last year, and he's confirmed to the Sacramento Bee that he's tested positive for Covid 19 has been isolating while recovering. He did not get the Covid 19 vaccine. And his case was not severe enough to warrant a hospital stay or any extreme measures, he says. Was given some medications for cough, but that was it. Heatley's infection Highlights perhaps, um oh, Well, it highlights perhaps the divide between those who Are for the vaccine and those who are not. And also the the geographic lines, right? Yellow County is not exactly out in front on vaccines. And that's just part of the divided California that continues to be and unwieldy state to to govern and to manage and even to plan a strategy moving forward when it comes to covid and more and the drought. So 415 80 88 10. We'll check on some text. You have something to say, Brett, You look like organization. I would just say I was just gonna say he, you know, he's a former sheriff and we had a conversation about law enforcement and how dangerous Covid 19 is for the law enforcement community because a lot of them don't believe in getting the vaccine. And he was quoted as saying He's not anti vaccine and points out that his daughter and his wife are fully vaccinated. He, he says, he's just all for personal choice. Uh and and all for people trying to make an informed decision, but he is not vaccinated. That's the leading cause of, uh on duty deaths for law enforcement and fire fighters is covid 19. Crazy really crazy. 415 80 88 10 Million reaches on Twitter at Mark T Live.

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09:25 min | 1 year ago

"415 80 88 10" Discussed on KGO 810

"Unions. I mean child labor laws the five day work week, even though that might be changing soon, an eight hour work day, right? I mean, all of these things happened. Because of unions. 415 80 88 10. Do you want to be part of a union? It's a simple question. Do you see the need for them? Because I've had conversations with people that say no, I don't want to be part of a union. I don't want to be kind of beholden to the mass to the to the majority on negotiate my own pay. I'll look out for myself. I don't want to pay the dues fill in the blank. Other reasons so 415 80 88 10. Do you want to see more unions or something? Even call it a resurgence of unions in the United States. This is a parade. The Associated Press was highlighting this recently. Regarding the new contract at a Volvo plant in Virginia. This past spring, 2900 workers went on strike. So now this is during the pandemic. And so the company came forward with, you know, an offer. And it was pay raises signing bonuses. Lower price healthcare And the worker said no. Company came back with a second offer. Nope. Finally, the third off was offer was accepted it had higher raises, plus lump sum bonuses. And you know, the unionist say this would not have happened pre pandemic and again the pandemic it Yes, it's been around for a year and a half, which is a long time. But again There is a strength in numbers happening right now. And you know, some people have even said Union or not. This push towards remote work workers kind of pushing back a bit, making new decisions about what they want to do with their lives. Given this pandemic and the reflection that's been happening It's kind of like a general strike nationwide of all kinds of workers. And so that's why I wanted to ask. I mean the full disclosure. Of course. Brett were part of a union were part of SAG after a I grew up in a union household. My dad was part of a union. My mom was part of the union. Uh, it's worked for them. They were able to have meaningful wages and raises and things like that. And then you saw it. With the San Francisco Giants. Uh, the concession workers they are going on strike. They voted on Saturday overwhelmingly to strike nine. Almost 97%. Of active Stadium workers voted to strike and they're upset. Now The workers are employed by Bon Appetit. We reported this on Friday on KGO Bona petite is contracted by the Giants. No, They did work Saturday nights a game, but they'll no longer um, they will. Yeah. They also worked on Sundays Series finale. But the ball Park service workers want better health care hazard pay safety on the job. And they're going back to the negotiating table this week. So this isn't some far off. Although plant you know, in another part of the country, this is going to impact you when you go to a ball game. Want those concessions? Those are union workers who have rights and they're demanding them so 415 80 88 10. I want to hear your thoughts about unions. Have you ever been in a union You were happy with not happy with why And let's start with Emma. She is calling from Sacramento. Good morning, Emma. What are your thoughts? Good morning. My thoughts are depends on the union. When I lived in Hawaii. We were with the hotel restaurant union. Very strong, very strong. Sacramento. Very weak. It seems like they take more of your money than helping you out. Johnny, I am for unions, but depends on the union. To be honest with you. Now, when you talk about, you know, strong versus weak unions, Emma. I mean a union is, as they say, only as strong as its members. Why do you find what do you find are the problems with the weak unions and why they are that way? Um, I just think for me it's like I I think he worked for the company. I mean, for the Corporates more than they do for the people. That's what I feel about it. Like I know my union. We were used to be strong and Sacramento and then it just started becoming weaker because Corporates were taking kind of over them. Yeah, Yeah. Thank you. So much for your phone call. I received a text message from someone in the 65. Oh, He said. Unions fight for the workers with lawyers. A hey lawyer is but when the employer has them, you need them to protect you not like back when businesses were too small. To have lawyers. And then of course, it's numbers, right? I mean, if your union has a handful of people, and they whittle you down and whittle you down There is strength in numbers President of Unite here local to which represents those Oracle park workers as an odd saying, and was explaining why these workers are do what they're demanding. Last season was a lost season. There were no fans in the stands are members were laid off the entire season. Um, and it has put a lot of pressure on workers and their families, so they need real waging priests. And that's the thing. I mean, it seems this pandemic has revealed or kind of raise the curtain a bit on this, this narrative that some companies promote, like You need us We don't need you know it's a mutual thing. You know, I want to work. I want to get a wade that where I can sustain my life and my family or whatever. And on the other side, the businesses won't workers who are dedicated do the job that they were hired to do, etcetera. Another thing also goes into the The kind of way where In this pandemic you really saw some companies not really value the human side of their worker. There's signs up signage up about masking about social distancing that goes unenforced and we've had 20 occurrences of covid 19 among these workers at the ballpark this season alone, you know, everybody has responsibility here. You've got to step up and make this right and these workers deserve no less. Absolutely. I mean, if you if you work for a company And they're not enforcing basic things that can keep you healthy. Keep your family safe, then I would say that that means that they're not really valuing you to begin with. That's a big issue. I mean more than 20, he said. 20 concession workers at Oracle that time. I would be. I'd be frightened to go to the job. Absolutely. And I think, uh, unions are there for that specific reason to keep you safe to take care of you and to watch out for Corporations that take advantage of their employees. Mhm. My first experience with the union was here. Yeah, I showed up And I thought, Okay, so I'm forced to join a union and I joined a union. I didn't know anything about a union. I mean, you know, I'm was familiar with a union. But I just never never been in that environment and was really interesting. I did. My first experience wasn't a very positive one. Should I share? This May be, uh, So I would always work to get the job done and not necessarily not necessarily work in a box of the eight hours at whatever. Well, there were a couple of, uh Fellow union employees who noticed me working overtime. And they got on my case about it and almost went to the union to say, you know, you got to be building the company for that, and I was always working on of the operation of I need to do the best job I can on this, no matter how long it takes, right? Yeah. Um, And so that was my first experience. I kind of learned from that experience. And obviously you know the company you know, I would pay me the overtime that I deserve, but Um, but that was that my first negative experience, But since then it's been nothing but positive. And what the company what the union has done for us as employees. I mean, and, yeah, I think everybody can have different experiences, depending on their work ethic. Right listener from the 650 said. I hated the union when I worked at UPS. Because it allowed workers who sucked but had been there longer to get preferential treatment, like staying for overtime, and they were crappy at their job. That is the negative of the union. There will always be. I was just having this conversation with my mother last week, there will always be people and union or not. Within your workplace. You know them the minute I'm talking. You have that face. You see instantly right there. You know, they're they're They're kind of using the system in their favor because they have this sort of protection, which yes, but there will be that. In every aspect of life, right? It doesn't negate. Yeah, it doesn't negate the protections that unions can get you the wages that they can help get you but, of course, a union again. Is only as strong as its members and the risks that members are willing to take. Like those Oracle concession workers. They're going on strike, you have to be able to kind of call the bluff. Or it won't work at all. Um and fight for what you want. It has to be hard. Others. Also speaking of labor, there's this California bill. They.

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

"415 80 88 10" Discussed on KGO 810

"Cargo hold. Mom and baby are in good condition at a nearby facility. You imagine? Oh, I mean being pregnant, hard enough being in the middle of this insane situation, I can't no matter I know right environment Exactly. And if you're looking for ways to help, U. C. Berkeley's human Rights Center is teaming up with San Jose States Human Rights Institute. And the U. C. Berkeley Afghan Student Association. They've created this. Afghan Afghanistan scholars at risk fund they want to raise $100,000. By this Friday. And if they do, uh, U. C. Berkeley Vice Chancellor for Research Opportunity Fund. Has pledged to match it so $200,000 and it would be able to help journalists, lawyers. Other academics, especially women, flee the country, so I will post a link to this on my social media pages, but by this Friday they are hoping to raise $100,000 to help all of these people as they try to evacuate and start new lives elsewhere in this world, and that's a drop in the bucket to we've. We have spent a lot of time at the International House Silver in Berkeley. They were Come people from all over the world and I've spent some time there talking to students who were kids when 9 11 happened, and I mean it's just amazing to hear their perspective and how The international lines Really don't matter to them. It is. We are all one people. It's just really need absolutely alright. 415 80 88 10 your thoughts on Pfizer. Getting full FDA approval and look who took time.

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07:48 min | 1 year ago

"415 80 88 10" Discussed on KGO 810

"That I even I'm even going to the Olympics. The 20 year old will be leaving for the Tokyo Olympics. July 25th. She hopes the place in the top 10. She tells me her goal is to enjoy this incredible journey and another Olympic Games. Maybe in her future. I mean, that really is a journey. Wow. Had no idea that she was from such a tough background, You know? Yeah, when you consider that that's even more impressive. Congratulations, sir. We'll watch from a new movie, too. Well, just to show up. There is pretty amazing just to be in to have qualified. But Hopefully, she has a good competition. The Olympics Crazy plagued with Covid 19, as you're well aware there won't be a crowd. I don't even know how safe frankly these athletes are. I'd be very concerned, but They're going full speed ahead. You know? So Yeah, Watch it. I did you circle back around. Sorry. I'm just bothering me. I want to go to the bar. Let's go to breath. Let's go back to Brett now for an update everyone on that situation with the stadium in Oakland Breath Stadium correspondent. So so the issue is the A's have promised to privately financed this particular stadium at Howard Terminal. Problem is the access to Howard Terminal is the issue. And that's where the taxpayer is. It will be on the hook in this particular deal, so the project generated revenues from Jacqueline and Infrastructure financing District are estimated to be $360 million. In in, uh, taxpayer money. Uh, but then the project generate revenues at the Howard terminal Infrastructure financing estimated to include $495 million to be used for infrastructure development, so that would be the taxpayers on the hook for 485 million. That's just an estimate, though, and but just to balance that out. It's estimated that it would bring in $7 billion in new revenue over the life of the stadium for offers. Yeah, Yeah, well, that's so It's an investment, right? Yeah, well, these They always argue that in the case of these huge sunk costs of the short you're talking about, right is that look, you pay the money now It's a lot. But obviously over the life of the stadium, and usually they'll, you know they'll break it out over the course of a decade or whatever. It'll pay for itself and you know the city will get its money back. Look, it's a It's a huge commitment on the part of the city and on the part of the AIDS, but I hope they stay there. I mean, it's just that is a rich tradition. It would be really, um It would be super sad to see them leave. So, uh, when we come back, I want to do a I want to do a chunk of trump just a little chunk because this word about Giuliani And he's somebody in Trump's orbit. That's what we can technically do it as chunk of Trump and frankly, it's not just about Giuliani. It's about what he urged Trump to do. On election night. It's in a new book. There have been there two new books out about the Trump administration. They both appear to be really, really good. And you know what? When I say really, really good. A well source good authors, ones from a Wall Street Journal author, Wall Street Journal writer and he's got really good pedigree. So, uh, When it comes to sources. I'll touch on both of those things next, so we'll do a mini chunk of Trump next. You can participate in the show throughout the morning. 415 80 88 10 415 80 88 10 As I mentioned the Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Hiltzik joins us bottom of the hour. Uh, in the I'm sorry. Top of the next hour Bottom. The next bottom of the hour. Carla Marinucci from the California playbook and politico. She joins us as we continue. Mark Thompson, K g 08 10. Oh, What up everybody. Mark Thompson here on day Joe A 10. It is Wednesday, July 14th coming up bottom of the hour after Brett's news, Carla Marinucci. Co author of the California playbook from Political. We'll Talk About a lot of things affecting California. We'll.

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02:39 min | 1 year ago

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"I was a background in biotechnology. I get some specialization in neurology in bacteriology a long while ago and even I struggle to understand the epidemiology of pandemic, the average person. I mean, it's a lot to take into even in the most willing To understand what really is going on This pandemic evolved. It's not surprising that a lot of people have got the wrong end of this thing. Quite frankly, I totally agree. I totally agree with you. It's difficult to understand. And when you you know, you dive in and you read. Here's the thing, though. How about this? I don't understand infectious diseases, But I do understand Epidemiology. Okay? I do understand that masks and social distancing work. Saw it work in 1918, and it worked in the last year and a half. So that's something we can put in place for starters, and that they push back on that as hard as they do on the vaccine, So if I can't get him vaccinated, they better damn wear mask and they better practice social distancing. I think the problem with that is that they do in absolutely see it's a mask doesn't work 100% and to them. It's not worth wearing every everything. It's just a game of risk. You know you You walk out on the street. You gamble whether you know Crane is going to fall on your head most of the time. It's the same with the virus cancel well, one last point to that, in one last point, the masks protect other people. So I say, Let's appeal to their sense of control. You can control the variance that would come out of your mouth and nose and you can save other people. I said this in the beginning if Trump had in January late January or early February of 2020 created half a billion masks that said, Hero on them in red and white, right made it look like his make America great again. And he became the hero president. He would have been reelected, overwhelmingly he but he blew it because he's a coward and and he he was more worried about the stock market, and it was US citizens. But there is there are ways to appeal to people. You know, There are ways to appeal to people in a way that they can understand B a B A hero. Protect other people wear masks, You know, Thanks for the call by appreciate it. Alright, Short break. We'll get more calls in here. We didn't get to do what I was going to talk about. But this is important. And I want to talk to you guys. 80 88 10 is a phone number You can text me 415 80 88 10 Stay right there. I'm chip. This is kgo Jay Farner here, CEO of rocket, mortgage and rocket companies. Last year we saw historically low mortgage interest rates What you may not No, is that interest rates are already starting to increase and it's likely that trend is only going to continue..

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02:41 min | 1 year ago

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"The change. We want to see. Okay, we'll continue to talk about this after the top of the hour news and get your phone phone calls and texts on this 415 80 88 10. I mean, do you think it should be national that you cannot discriminate against the LGBTQ community? If you're talking about it, we're talking about kgo San Francisco San Jose Oakland Cumulus Station. From ABC News. I'm Dave Packard President Biden moments ago after the Labor Department reported 850,000 more jobs added in June, now created over three million jobs since it took office. More jobs that have ever been created in the first five months of any presidency in modern history, unemployment up slightly to 5.9% I 7 37 cargo jet down off Hawaii right to ABC s Alex Stone, with the very latest and Dave details coming in right now, incredibly, after crashing or ditching into the ocean, both of the pilots of the cargo plane or alive. It was early this morning when trans Air flight 8 10 reported air traffic control. They were having engine problems in one engine than in both. In air traffic control recordings. Low altitude warnings can be heard going off in the cockpit, the 45 year old Boeing 7 37 200 going down in the ocean off the coast of Oahu. The pilots were rescued by the Coast Guard, one going to a trauma center Dave and no indication yet that the Trump Organization's chief financial officer will cooperate with prosecutors. Prosecutors have been working to flip Alan Wisenberg, hoping to turn him into a cooperating witness. Michael Cohen, Trump's former attorney and fixer, who eventually turned on Him is now predicting that Alan Weiss Tilburg will do the same and that it will mean trouble for the entire trump family. CBC's Terry Moran y Silberg indicted on tax charges following a two year investigation by the Manhattan D. A s office. The search through the remains of the collapsed oceanfront condo resumes in Surfside, Florida after being suspended for much of the day yesterday amid structural concerns of the remaining part of the building, also collapsing. At least 18 people have been confirmed Dead 145. Others remain unaccounted for. After nearly 20 years longer than World Wars one and two combined. The U. S military has left Bagram airfield in Afghanistan that airfield originally built by the Soviets during their occupation. You're listening to ABC News, everybody Jay Farner here, CEO of rocket, mortgage and rocket companies. Last year, we saw historically low mortgage interest rates. In fact, over one million homeowners took advantage of refinancing or buying a new home with rocket mortgage. What you may not know is that interest rates Already starting to increase.

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02:51 min | 1 year ago

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"The agreement is that he will not be prosecuted. Then, as I mentioned to you when we first started talking new, you know, there's a new king. There arose a new king who knew not Joseph. You know a new There's a new sheriff in town, new prosecutor says. Okay? This guy is getting away with this. I'm going to bring charges for whatever reason, Well, in the eyes of the law that's wrong. And so that was a screw up. And to that extent and again, uh you know, I started by telling you and by showing you and I I Really believe it from the depths of my heart. That this guy should have been prosecuted and convicted years ago. But what happened here in terms of letting him off the hook? It seems solid law based on what I've read. You know? 415 80 88 10. It's Abhorrent. I hate it. But by the way, his blindness went away real quickly, didn't it? Did you notice man? That's a real, uh It's weird. How just that one. All of a sudden he was playing tennis. It's amazing. Gosh. 415 80 8100% effective. How about that? I guess it was really you knew. 415 80 88 10. If you have any thoughts on that the other big thing that was happening in a courtroom was about Britney Spears. I will touch on Brit. The deal with Britney Spears is that And then I'll follow up after the break. Is that the judge was ruling on something that was a follow up to a November request. Involving Britney Spears, father as her coke conservatives. So, uh, it was really something brought by the conservatorship okay against her dad. This didn't have anything to do with the statement that we played you and that we spoke up here on the show where he's she's trying to gain her independence Still Her dad is grabbing the platform to make certain statements and trying to keep himself in the game. We'll get to some of that as well. Next. 415 80 88 10. Carla MARINUCCI from political will talk California politics and California issues at the bottom of the hour as we continue Mark Thompson, K G o a Tech Doug Andrew here. Have you ever lost money due to market volatility on your IRAs and 41 K's How did that feel? What if I could tell you the exact day you will suffer the greatest economic loss in your IRAs and 41 case? I can tell you that day. Right now, the day you begin to withdraw your money. See, the government has a permanent tax lien on your tax deferred IRAs and 41 case that usually gobbles up about a third of your retirement nest egg..

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02:12 min | 1 year ago

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"Dropped the call dropped. So Albert saying, Please call us back. 415 80 88 10 415 80 88 10 Now, Albert, they might be in a place where they can't call back. You know, they might have been They might have dropped out for a reason that is associated with where they are. And you know, just the topography or something. There's some, you know, mountain or hill side or whatever you know. Cell phones work. Albert can't always call back. So my point is, we should open it up. The others. Why are you yelling? I don't know how This great competition? Yeah. Uh, is marred by this kind of thing, Albert. He's scrambling. You didn't get a call back number we always get a callback number ever is reducing this thing has no idea what they're doing. Oh, my God. I just think sometimes Albert loses track of how important I am break. You get how important I am. You know who I am? I'm kind of a big deal. I wish that there was more of that in your work every day, Albert. This is the busiest time of the of your show for him because he's not only he's teeing up the K pop. He's a taking calls. Yeah, I was. I will tell you I talked to the people at Tenuta Vineyards. Oh, the winery. Yes, and we have the special Mark Thompson. Blends coming out. Next week. I'm sorry. You can't buy the many store. These are proprietary blends. Okay? And I've decided that will give and and by the way, these aren't this isn't cheap wine. Okay, This one would probably go for it goes I I know what it would go. It would go for about $30 a bottle. Okay, so that's not cheap, Blind, All right, and We have our I know that we are. Why are you yelling? Red is very popular. We did a taste and everybody loved the wire yelling Red. And then the which one of you is Mark Thompson shoving on blank. I think it is or pinot Grigio. Forget the the white. We have a red and a white and it's coming there and I mentioned in the context of the The spelling bee because the winner will get a bottle of,.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

"415 80 88 10" Discussed on KGO 810

"At Beale Air Force Base, and Kim will have the story for you. In just a minute. Coming up on. What the Franklin. You ever heard of the Laffer curve? Art Laffer? Uh, he was on Fox news and blew me away. You got to hear that we got all that coming up. Plus, well, some of the stories that might slip through the cracks that will make you go. How that's up to the cracks. That's all coming up right here. Uh, follow me on Twitter to at Chip Franklin Got a lot of great stuff on there as well. And you can text me 415 80 88 10 stay with Vice President Harris is wrapped up a two day visit to Guatemala and Mexico. Declare this trip of success. Yes, I do. It is success in terms of a pathway. That is about progress. Focus of the trip was to address the root causes of migration from Northern Triangle countries to the US A Senate investigation into the January attack on the U. S. Capitol Williams and intelligence breakdown across many agencies, along with widespread law enforcement and military failures. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says it also leave some key questions and answers almost assiduously avoided the words two words that are vital to finding out what happened on January 6th. Donald Trump Minority leader Mitch McConnell commended the group for their bipartisan work. Former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe is projected the winner in the Commonwealth Democratic gubernatorial primary. State Department altering travel guidelines for US citizen moving Japan to the reconsidered travel category just two weeks before the Olympic stereo Aldinger ABC News Geo News update to sub date. On.

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

"415 80 88 10" Discussed on KGO 810

"The kings. You're just going to listen to them. You look so he he voiced his political Agenda and viewpoint on this poor manager at Costco. Mean, Ricky, you have millions and millions and millions and millions and millions of dollars is not worth 25 million. It's absolutely inexcusable. That you would sweat this poor employee at Costco already just 30 seconds into the conversation. The fact that you've Ask this guy because of by virtue of your presence. He has to sort of dignify it with a response. You've forced him to spend 30 seconds explaining things to you. He's got other stuff to do Ricky, and it's not going to the makeup trailer for the next shot. He's got to manage a Costco store. Okay, so he'll never have those millions unless he you know, unless he changes. I'll put it this way on the life course he's on. They're not millions waiting for him. Have a great financial success. I'm sure you've had a great social success. You're a handsome guy. Go do something else. But the notion that he could get in the face of this Costco guy, and this is like being a management. Costco's a fine job don't coming around, but you have to deal with some Jerk actor who decides to take his social media Following to you. It's disgusting to me. So, Ricky Schroder got pushback from, you know people like me. On social media, and he apologized but then didn't apologize. It was the non apology apology and I'll play that for you Next. 415 80 88 10 where KGO a 10 This is good news..

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KGO 810

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"415 80 88 10" Discussed on KGO 810

"The suspects in the oath keeper roundup Discuss conveying heavy weapons in the Washington they began to train for quote urban warfare that was even before election day. This is, according to the new court papers that were just filed. They plan to ferry quote a heavy weapons in a boat across the Potomac River into Washington. They began training exercises for urban warfare, riot control and rescue operations. This all started well before Election Day. The new accounts about the oath keepers role in the capital assault. Came on the third day of President Trump's impeachment trial. They included allegations in a member of the militia group was awaiting direction from Mr Trump about how to handle the results of the vote. Quote POTUS has the right to activate units to the oath Keepers Message said. The If Trump asked me to come, I will, said Jessica M. Watkins. So When you talk about the impeachment trial, and there are a lot of different ways it could've been prosecuted and they're a lot of different things that could have been entered into evidence you could have. I got a really good email. Maybe if there's time I'll read it before the end of the show. But you could have had witnesses even just a couple of them. Lawmakers who were there and those who have been arrested now who talk about just as this, the court filing suggests how they were activated by Donald Trump. That would have been compelling testimony and I would imagine that that would have made a high profile. Presence in the news cycle, which is what you want. This is all about media, meaning you want the story? The real story to be told, And the only way to do that is you have to punch through the media cycle. So if you had a witness called Who had again been arrested. One of these oath keepers people to talk about just this. How Trump had either a radicalized be, Uh Suggested and assumed the role of a leader. In all of this, it might have made the argument even more compelling, and it would have made the news cycle for sure. You bring one of these oath keepers onto the floor of the Senate. Even if it was by video, it would be compelling. So there is that argument to be made. But these old keepers, this isn't just a bunch of people with trump flags and trump merch. They have heavy weapons. And this domestic terrorism issue is a serious threat. It has to be treated that way. 415 80 88 10, Mark Thompson KGO 8 10 best it. President's Day sale event is here enjoy 50% off their best selling.

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KGO 810

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"415 80 88 10" Discussed on KGO 810

"At 415 80 88 10. Uh, alright, so, boy, I just got a feeling it's gonna be that one of those kind of days. It's gonna stand out as a mark. You're on kgo. What? You're Franklin. Thanks for the call. Yes, I I think that the school system is definitely failing. The, uh The kids. I mean, this is really bad was happening for Children. They're the ones who are suffering in this nobody else When it comes to the school kids dichotomy. Nobody is suffering except the kids, right? And that's not. How are the kids? How then? How are the kids suffering? Because, you know, a lot of kids are doing a lot of kids are doing okay. With this distance learning, would you rather they go in Are you saying there's not suffering by not being allowed to go to school now? This is really bad for Children. Yeah, I'll just be the one the first one to mention that I guess it's the world. Hey. It's a worldwide pandemic, mark. You know, we know we understand the kids aren't going to school for a lot of reasons right now. And even though the CDC and others talk about the transmission rate being real low We still don't have answers about the new variants. We still don't have answers as to why some kids do. In fact adults we don't have the answers. You're if you're suggesting waiting to allow kids to go back to school until we have every answer. I think that's a tragic mistake. Kids are suffering now. Do you have a damn Roaches? The SARS open or something, dude? Spare me your your adjectives. This just look at this thing for what it is, If you want to send kids back to school, understand? There you go again. If you want to send kids back to school, Okay, Tell me the way you would do it. Would you just send them all back? Just like this. Tomorrow point you would give him the choice and the ones like myself. I have to go to work every day. I my wife gonna work.

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KGO 810

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"415 80 88 10" Discussed on KGO 810

"Let's let's move on. I've got boned awaiting, but I do want to just hit the text on real quick because accident It's been really live today and Believe me, I read everything I know we can't get everything on the air. 415 80 88 10 from the 9 to 5 shout out to the 9 to 5. Um One good thing coming out of all of this. I learned how to spell insurrection correctly. Well, does well done. Um The You know, we've there a couple of things breaking as well mentioned, please. The 25th Amendment thing I think is pretty big. He's pretty big. This is from Speaker Pelosi. She apparently It's being reported by a MSNBC that he, she apparently told Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment or the House will take up impeachment. Here's the reason the 25th amendment call and I already discussed. This is the beginning of the show. If you want to hear any of this, you know, Albert Post the podcast. Right after the show, uh, within like a half hour of the show, but I'll just really quickly visited again. So 25th amendment will take too long Now. I'm not saying that you may not want to initiate it and let me just give you a moment. The Cabinet has to vote them in charge of the cabin has to vote. It has to then go to Congress. It's just gonna take too long. But If there's an argument for doing it, it's this one. That puts it on the Republicans now to say no, we don't want to take it up. It puts a stink on the GOP. That, Okay, Here's your chance to get out from under this guy. Are you going to do it or not? I didn't think about that sort of puts the ball in their court. I think so. I think so. That I suspect is the virtue. And lastly, on the test line, um The most overused word insurrection. Well, e get it. You may say it's overused, but it's actually the perfect word for what's happening. Okay? I don't have the definition right in front of me. But I'm pretty pretty well, sure you've you Google it? Yeah, you'll be you'll be happy. So we like to turn our gaze to what's happening in the planet. We have a really intriguing segment for you today. I know we've got a lot of stuff going on such maybe a little bit shorter than normal. But we do it in a segment called it's the Planet. Stupid Planet..

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KGO 810

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"415 80 88 10" Discussed on KGO 810

"That number. 415 80 88 10 next hour covert this hour, some politics. As we continue Happy New Year Mark Thompson kgo 8 10 It's time to turn your bathroom into your personal sanctuary with lows right now save big on stylish fixtures and more storage like a white shaker style vanity Cabinet with vanity Top and mirror. Now just 1 99 or a dark gray vanity cabinet with white cultured marble top for just 2 99. Don't just do it yourself. Do it for yourself. Find more savings and everything you need for your home projects at Lowe's Today us only about through February 2nd 2021. Start the new year, right during the Xfinity Hello 2021 sales event for a limited time. Ask how to get $250 back when you add Xfinity Mobile to Xfinity Internet. Plus save hundreds on your wireless, then the Xfinity Hello 2021 sales event and soon, so visit Xfinity dot com. Call 1 800 Xfinity or visiting Xfinity store today. Ends 1 11 21 restrictions apply new customers only actual savings very and are not guaranteed. Kendall's 30 Minute pop fried It should be fun. Okay, fellas on who's ready to work? Here we go. Don't forget to breathe. Good idea. Get out home Motivation. We are climbing through this chorus. Let's get it anytime you want it bump up that intensity. Give it all you have. I.

"415 80 88 10" Discussed on KGO 810

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05:48 min | 1 year ago

"415 80 88 10" Discussed on KGO 810

"Gmail dot com is it said that same number 415 80 88 10 will put you on the air with us Well, I need to tell you that the covert 19 cases air surging and we're entering the holiday season during which we think they're going to be all kinds of opportunities for additional surges just because so many people are gathering and congregating in so many different ways. You have people I would suggest generally in the Bay Area who's sort of respect the danger of covert 19. I'm just talking as a general matter, and so you don't really have like to push back that you'd find in other parts of the country where you sort of It's some sort of You know, personal identity, not to wear a mask and not tow. You know not to take precautions and this sort of thing where you ask for the same reason I don't wear underwear. Things gotta break right right, so that attitude is far more prevalent in other parts of the country than you'll find in the Bay Area. But Still The cultural Under tow. The cultural current that pulls you along toward getting together with family and groups around the holidays. It's strong. Yes, I mean, it's tough to push back against. All of these different occasions that really are about seeing other people. They don't have to be family. Even it's just that Oh, you know. Bret, We always have the Burkhart's over at Thanksgiving. We're going to see them but for a shorter time this year, and we're gonna try to do it in a more distance away or wherever it may be. It creates all kinds of challenges, because, frankly, they're just so many more people involved in most of the activities that surround both Thanksgiving. Aha, Nika Christmas New Year's celebration. We're entering Ah, window of gatherings. That could just completely red line. The covert 19 numbers. Yeah, doing and you have to have these awkward conversations about, you know, with close family members about, you know, doing it differently this year, and I had that conversation yesterday. And I was so thankful my mom kind of brought it up, actually. Because they had been wanting to spend the night. And she brought it up. You know, I don't want to spend a night. You know, I could drive home will be OK. We've all scheduled tests for next week on Ben, and then we're going to just spend just a couple of hours and hopefully the weather is nice so that we could move it outdoors or in the garage or somewhere where there's open air Yeah, that's smart. I mean, you want to try to get to a place where they're circulating. I will say this for your family. They do. You do have a premium on Excuse me. You do have a premium on testing that I find in few families. Good when you're about to do something, visit your grandkids in this case, you know you're looking at the holidays. Like all right, listen, let's knock down some test for everybody. Let's just see where we are here. Okay, It's become commonplace, and I don't have to sit there and in bag we all get it, you know, And so it's nice to be Jumping off that point at that place where everybody we know the seriousness of this of this virus. And so we're gonna treat it that way. You know, it makes me look good news, of course, is the vaccine. I mean, the vaccine news is powerful. And, you know, we told you about the Fizer vaccine and some of the challenges with the fires of vaccine. I mean, it's great that you've got a five year vaccine that they were saying is 90% effective. Creating resistance to covert 19. But we were mentioning again this situation last week by which the only way the vaccine can be maintained and stored is the temperatures of 94 below zero. Is that right? 94 94 F, So I'll be 94 below zero. Minus 94 You want to think of it that way? Yeah, that's not, um and It's really hard to find refrigeration units and even institutional settings that have refrigeration units of the size you want. Think about how much Medication. How much vaccine you have to store that also have the capacity to be cool to that level, so anyway. Moderna comes out with the announcement. That they have a corona virus vaccine. First of all, they say it works. 95% of the time. It's effectiveness is 5%. It's 5% more effective. 5% more effective than five, sir, with none of the challenges Associate ID. What? Storing it and keeping it, you know, stable. And looking for that. 94 below zero. Situation. Refrigerators from Madonna is saying that They had a massive and well designed study. But it hasn't been reviewed by outside experts or regulators yet. Uh, They have No requirements on a deep freeze, and hospitals and health officials are working to figure out how to store and distribute Fizer shot. But now they're looking at Moderna as maybe some high ground in this vaccine search. Did you see that 30,000 volunteers from Internet Yeah, very impressive, Very impressive. I have to say Frankly, not that I'm some doctor at all. In fact, I I'm trying to think how many bio classes I took in college. I don't know, maybe four or something like that. I was late to most of them, but I would like to look a little more at Exactly what they considered a success. In other words, I get as you suggest to 30,000 person test. Seems pretty comprehensive. That's a pretty great group. Now tell me exactly what criteria you were using to evaluate the effectiveness of the vaccine. You know, I just would like to know a little bit step by step. How it was done. As I say. I'm probably not in a position to evaluate it in any real way. But nonetheless, I'd like a few details. So maybe we can get those who will share them here on the show, you know?.

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KGO 810

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"415 80 88 10" Discussed on KGO 810

"Call with the big money offers. You know that you know those guys that throw money around like crazy way. Want to talk to you after the debate, too, So stay in touch. Mm. Hey, Arnaud always has a great perspective, You know, say stuff that I don't think about it. Yeah. Well, anyway, if you have reaction to what? You've heard a few reaction to what you expect. You can reach us in 415 80 88 10 and we will love Will share your thoughts. You can also, you know, give us a call. If you'd like that numbers. Well, I e. I think it's what I just saw one here. Why don't you just Texas? What is it? Texeira Tweet. It's ah, It's a tax message from the 916 area code and you know you can text you can also text pictures. If you want this 11 took a still shot of a tweet. Ah, tweet. It says During the past 15 years, Trump paid more for sex than he did in taxes. That's right, actually cooked through paid very little in taxes. I will tell you again, I will do a little more on this after Top of the hour will do a chunk of Trump I would imagine David Cay Johnston be a great guy to talk to tomorrow. You're going to move him up today, but I like you know to keep him at the same time, so people look forward to David Cay Johnston. He's the award winning investigative journalist, Pulitzer Prizewinner, bestselling author has written extensively on tax matters, especially tax managers. They pertain to the Upper 1%, the top top top on DH, high End real estate and Trump specifically, anyway. The idea. I'm going to say this, and I know people who are trump haters are not going to like that. I say this But I try to be. I know it probably doesn't seem this way. Two people who love Trump Mark. They're always banging on Trump. I'm actually I try to be sensffairs I can be. I think the guy's pretty corrupt So I would say that I mean, but I don't think that the breaking news is that he's a tax cheat per se. I think he cheats on taxes, the way a lot of high end real estate people cheat on taxes, they inflate the price of things. And the cost of things to get loans and get deductions. You inflate the price of things to get loans inflate the cost of things to get deductions. And then they skate on a lot of the actual tax exposure. They should have on properties. Right? Right. You D appreciate a you'd appreciate a property that's actually appreciating, right. Yeah. So What I'm getting at is the fact that he pays and nothing in taxes and let's face it. It's nothing okay, It's the same. Nothing that Bezos pays. Gates pays now. Do I think that Bezos and Gates Who are you know the money aristocracy as well. Do I think that there is corrupt is trump? Absolutely not? I think Trump is a total fraud. I think he doesn't have a patriotic bone in his body. I think he's all about himself, and I think he is openly corrupt himself dealing. But that said The tax situation, I think pertains to his taxes as it does to all the super rich guys. The thing that was the breaking news with Trump to me is something that we suspected right away. In fact, when we started this show on KGO I told you this He's a fraud in terms of having all the money he doesn't He's actually poor and wildly in debt, and that Makes him exposed and an awful national security risk. It exposes him to compromise is across the board and the other thing we saw on his taxes. Is that he has income from overseas, even as he was saying. I'm goingto, you know, not do any business overseas. Now that I'm president, you know, you've got all of that. There's what you're talking about. There's tens of millions of dollars coming into the Trump organization from overseas interests. Three tons of business coming in from overseas, the Zaveri worlds that he's dealing with us president. I'm talking about a tutor today. I'm talking about Erdogan in the Philippines in Turkey, respectively. So That's the thing I think that is huge. Thank you for mentioning that that brings it home, You know, just hearing about. You know how much he paid in taxes or how little he paid. That's not the picture the picture, is he. He's compromised. Hey, needs to make deals across the world he needs to sell American policy. He needs to sell White House policy to get out of debt. 415 80 88 10 Mark Thompson KGO Behind every company. There's.

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