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"alameda california" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Time capsule the CEO and president of the Heinz history center and the basic as one of the most prolific home run hitters in baseball history pirates slugger Willie Stargell demise the great Pittsburgh teams of the nineteen sixties and seventies Wilbert Darnell star Joel was born in Earl's borough Oklahoma in nineteen forty but spent much of his childhood in Alameda California star Jill signed with the pirates at age eighteen and went on to play his entire twenty one year Major League Baseball career with the box standing a robust six feet two inches tall star Jill was best known for hitting prodigious home runs at one time star Jill held the record for the longest home run in nearly half of the national league parks star Jules intimidating batter's box dance in which he used a windmill motion with his bat during the pitcher's windup struck fear in the hearts of opposing teams in the late nineteen seventies the team captain originated star Joel stars embroidered gold stars affixed to the pirates pillbox style caps teammates earned after playing a particularly good game the nineteen seventy nine season proved to be star Jules finest as he earned an amazing Trifacta of MVP honors during the regular season the National League Championship Series and the World Series as the patriarch and team leader during the seventy nine championship season star Joel urged his teammates to adopt the sister sledge tune we are family as its theme song start to finish his career in nineteen.
"alameda california" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Is doing okay higher profits last quarter thanks to the fox news channel and rental income and it's LA studios Martin to kero Bloomberg radio this is a time capsule the CEO and president of the Heinz history center anti may say as one of the most prolific home run hitters in baseball history pirates slugger Willie Stargell implies the great it's for teams of the nineteen sixties and seventies Wilbur Cornell star Jill was born in pearls pearl Oklahoma in nineteen forty but spent much of his childhood in Alameda California our Jill signed with the pirates at age eighteen and went on to play his entire twenty one year Major League Baseball career with the box standing a robust six feet two inches tall star Jill was best known for hitting digis home runs teammates earned after playing a particularly good game the nineteen seventy nine season proved to be startles finest as he earned an amazing try factor of MVP honors during the regular season the National League Championship Series and the World Series as the patriarch and the team leader during the seventy nine championship season star Jill urged his teammates to adopt the sister sledge to our family as being saw start to finish his career in nineteen eighty two with a two eighty two batting average four hundred and seventy five home runs and one thousand five.
Kids tell politicians: 'It's our future, stop destroying it'
"Climate change was the subject of protests for kids around the world on Friday. They walked out and demanded row makers take a stand on the issue and a colour is in Alameda, California. There's so many educated really and people in the world, and they're not, and they know about the crisis. We have largely discovered the science, but we aren't actually doing enough about it. We're just sitting here kind of waiting for someone else to fix the problem in Washington. Protesters spoke in front of a large banner which read we don't want to die.
"alameda california" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Sam Litzinger. President Trump says he won't abandon in his demand for a wall along the southern border with Mexico. But also says the barrier could be made of steel instead of concrete is a potential compromise with Democrats who refused to fund it. They don't seem enthused about the idea. CBS news correspondent Errol Barnett President Trump or Tony from Camp David reiterated his threat to declare a national emergency to secure money for border security. It is national security. On friday. The president explained such a move would allow him to circumvent congressional approval and instead use Pentagon funds to attain the five point six billion dollars. He wants for southern wall. What he now calls a steel barrier? That's an onstar House Democrat Adam Schiff is doubtful of the declarations legality if Harry Truman could nationalize the steel industry during wartime. This president doesn't have the power to declare an emergency and build a multibillion dollar wall on the border is not clear winner if negotiations will resume New York Times political correspondent Jonathan Martin has learned that former vice president Joe Biden is nearing a decision on whether to make another run for the presidency. The party that has much more racially diverse and has more women now in office. Do do they want a white man in his seventies to be their standard-bearer? There are some folks who are going to say no, it's time to move on. But there are others, especially in the donor class who think that he would give the. Party. The best chance to be Trump says Biden has been talking to family members and donors a chance for Hollywood does show off its best CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman joins us live from the Golden Globes awards, and it could be a precursor to the Oscars. Among the most recent Golden Globe winners lady Gaga and three of her co riders. They win best original song for shallow from a star is born Christian bale wins best actor in the musical or comedy for his portrayal of former Vice President Dick Cheney and vice Regina king wins best supporting actress for if Beale street could talk. Muhammad Ali one best supporting actor for green book still to come top awards top films of the year live at the Golden Globes in Beverly Hills. Steve Futterman, CBS, news trash collection device. Deployed to corral plastic litter floating between California and Hawaii has broken apart. And we'll be hauled the land for repairs boy on slots launch the Pacific Ocean cleanup project. He says the two thousand foot long floating boom will head to Hawaii. For can't be repaired there. It'll be loaded to be returned back to its home port of Alameda, California. The boom broke apart under constant wind and waves slot says he's disappointed but not discouraged because he expected problems Mississippi. Bs news capitol one quicksilver card earn unlimited one point five percent cashback on every purchase everywhere. That's all. There is to just unlimited one point five percent cashback on everything you buy what's in your wallet. Ever wonder why European seemed to speak so many languages, maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning app and Europe. Babbel's award-winning technology gets.
Trump border wall: the hypocrisy of Trump's immigration agenda
"A cited said in his staff is cited factually, accurate, then why not just go ahead declared the national emergency Bill the wall and stop with all this grandstanding. Just do it. Right. Also, this idea he's also floated the. That the money that comes in from the new tariffs on goods is going to pay for it. Does this guy not know how the government works? That's not what happens. Okay. This money. Must be appropriated by congress. It doesn't come in from tax revenue. It has to go through congress. Okay. Through tax revenue. It's still has to be a portion by congress and congress is going to keep saying, no because guess what they were saying. No when when Paul Ryan was running them only, they weren't saying no as overly. But the fact of the matter is is the Republican party's donors are not happy at the idea of not having all that cheap labor being shut off. So this border wall thing is a game that they're playing with their base. Okay. See we want to keep out the Brown hordes from south of the border to protect America sovereignty on the other hand are businesses will die without him. I have a question for you. Donald Trump hiring illegal immigrants at his resorts. Evidently a bunch. Yeah. And at all of them. Yeah. In New Jersey. The attorney general of that state has turned this matter over to Mr. Mueller. Okay. Because he feared that Mr. sessions when he was attorney general would conveniently bury it and that Mr. Whittaker would do the same. So the fact of the matter is is that the same president of the United States who says we are in dire need of immediate border wall hires and lures illegal immigrants to the United States to work here. I recognize the two people that adore and idolize Mr. Trump, I might as well be speaking Swahili Healy standing on my head in a bucket filled with water for because they're not gonna listen to me. But these are facts your hero is hiring the people that he claims we must keep out that as we say back in Boston Massachusetts once I hail Wednesday hailed is double talk. This is the most Kelly show Johnny win on just a moment. KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk. Now, the news when Michael should pay part of the Coast Highway still closed in L A M deter counties because of. Mudslides and flooding. Heavy rains hit much of southern California overnight, including the fire burn areas. Cal trans pizza is closed between incidental canyon road in Malibu in Los pulses road in Ventura County about four miles south of Oxnard. Some cars are still trapped in the button. Water officials say they don't expect the closure to be lifted until sometime tomorrow man has been killed in a car crash. The Metrolink tracks in bitcoin cops say that a woman was also hurt in that two car crash news brought to you by Walt Disney pictures, Mary Poppins returns police in Houston say they have arrested a man in the killing of a seven year old girl. Twenty year old Eric black junior has been charged with capital murder. Allegedly admitted to being involved in the shooting. Girl was shot and killed December thirtieth car with her mother and brother and sisters prosecutor said the girl was killed at a case of mistaken identity. At least one other suspect has been identified in the case, it could be more arrests coming an inventor says his idea to collect trash on the ocean. Hasn't sunk yet a trash collection device set out to corral, plastic litter floating in the Pacific Ocean between California and Hawaii is broken. The boom broke apart under constant wind and waves. Boy, slat started the Pacific Ocean cleanup project. He says the two thousand foot long floating boom will be towed. Eight hundred miles to Hawaii to be repaired. He says if it can't be fixed there, it will be loaded onto a barge returned to its homeport Alameda, California slat has said the boom was moving slower than the plastic allowing the trash to float away. Larry Parral KFI news
"alameda california" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Radio in Alameda, California, which I'm really pleased about for variety of reasons, including the fact that I have deep roots in the East Bay. My mother grew up in Berkeley, I spent summers there with relatives growing up. I lived there myself for ten years as I'm really happy to be back in the East Bay. But I'm happy for another reason too. Because it gives me the perfect platform to talk about a person that really deserves to be elected to the California assembly and what's wrong with the campaign against her. Now, I'm talking to the person that I really am excited about his Jovanka. Backhoes Jovanka backhoes is running for the assembly. She is a political hero in the city of Richmond, California. She led the fight against against big awhile against big oil polluter, which did good things for the environment. Great things for Richmond. Great inspirational model for progressives across the country. Now, she's running for the state assembly. She should be there. There is no reason not to vote for her. Except for the fact that these centrist Democrats. Have poured a fortune and to putting up a candidate against her name Buffy wicks now Buffy works for Hillary Clinton campaign. She is she was a good progressive originally. But she is now running as the big money candidate against Jovanka Beckles who actually helped beat Chevron to a standstill in the town of Richmond. That is wrong. And that needs to be beaten back. Also, that's the result of the big money interference in this race. Enormous amounts of money are being spent we've already seen the financial ization of congressional races have become million dollar plate playthings. Now, we're seeing that happen at the state assembly level. There are million good reasons. Not to let that happen. And that means not voting for Buffy wicks. It's a national issue. It's not just the local issue. There's also one great reason to vote for Jovanka Beccles. And that is Joe palca that calls. One.
"alameda california" Discussed on The Working Experience
"She used to live more. Let's see here. Slow backstory miss James used to live closer closer in Alameda, California about fifty miles across San Francisco Bay, but three years after a developer bought her building in victimless, James and her neighbors. She moved to Stockton. Stockton has more for the money. Miss James pays a thousand dollars a month in rent for three bedroom house while that's really cheap. That's pretty good compared with the sixteen hundred for the one bedroom apartment. She added Alameda, and it says the trade off is a brutal commute. So is it what is it like a three hour commute yet three hours each way? Oh, housing prices. Let's see prices rise steadily along her commute until she gets off for last train in San Francisco, Ray, typical home costs more than a million dollars. As more people move inland. Home prices are rising faster in the central valley than anywhere else in the state in San Joaquin county, which includes Stockton in neighboring. I don't know how you pronounce it Mercer county. Prices are up twelve percent in the last year. You know, what I think we talked about extreme commutes like people with commutes like old like commuting over five hours a day in total. So like two and a half hours each way, and they're Lanta. A I I don't know what the statistics are. But it's increased exponentially over the years all right here, so city, rare for someone to commute from Pennsylvania into Manhattan. Now, there's there's a decent amount of people. It's also a decent amount of people commuting from, you know, pretty far up north in New York state in all the way out on the island in deep into jersey southern jersey while it says here. That has given Stockton one of the nation's highest concentrations of extreme commuters who travel ninety or more minutes to work. So she's well past. Oh, so that's that's how the the Clinton. They categorize in extreme commuters ninety minutes or more ninety minutes or more. That's how we avenue that, you know, a mutual friend of ours. Let's just I'm not going to use his full name. Tony not is another Anthony that lives in. Southern jersey along the jersey shore. But really, I think like by the Cape May area, and I think he gets on a boat that brings him into southern Manhattan. I think he's got like a solid two hour commute each way. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. He takes the ferry and then as take a train or something like that. Yeah. I just I mean, I don't know. I guess she can you know, you can optimize your time in read and go through Email, and but be staring down the barrel of that commute Embry day. You know, talking about these five days a week is just at that soul-sucking to me. Yeah. I mean when you're on. Well, be worse. If you had to drive I mean, there is nothing to do. Oh drive in his is drawn. You know, there are a there are a lot of people that drive, and it's one of the reasons why podcasts are so popular. Now is because you you know, you can't read an article when you're driving. You can't check your Email. You can't watch a movie, but you can listen to a podcast so people do listen to podcasts. Non our podcast hours. I mean likelihood of that happening is quite small while limbs. Zien Alabama does Lindsay does. Actually, she was listening to on her commute deal. Question is do you think she wrote down every single time? I dropped the f bomb jelly a little like pad next to her. Hey, you know, it's funny Zaba. My brother will play our podcast on his speaker at my nephew here is. So he knows me largely by my voice, which was kind of odd when they came up in August in I met them at the airport. He was in a stroller any woke up, and he's looking at me, and you know, without really recognize me. And then I I spoke and all of a sudden he is faced was like he thought he would point at the speaker and say uncle, so that's how he thought I was was the speaker. Wow. Yeah. But Paul did take note of you cursing and was yeah. No, I've I've actually I think I might have dropped the f bomb once. During this podcast, which I profusely apologize for. But I have taken note of it..
"alameda california" Discussed on /Film Daily
"I'm not sure where I'm going with this analogy, but to your point, Chris, I don't think I was like the cinema sins of potholes. I wasn't pointing out like things that weren't there. They were actually definitely there in to the point Jacob see from Mississippi rates in saying that he cannot believe that Peter was made fun of so much in by how confused he was in the movie. I totally and completely agree with you. On every point you made the movie was edited extremely horribly, and I couldn't tell what was going on. At the time I shamed Brad for making fun of you at the nerd voice that was uncalled for it, made no sense in it was a trash movie. Also, the depiction of syndrome was extremely bad. My dad and I both have treads in. We laughed the whole time or the whole movie at Thomas jeans, depiction of it because of how inaccurate -fensive it was. Threats is rarely that severe and when it is that bad, it doesn't look like that. Literally, its only purpose was set up some really bad jokes, and it's interesting that we actually got someone to write in about that because that was something I had a problem with because I grew up with them in high school. What am I best friends had tread syndrome and. It was just nothing like it's depicted in movies in especially being used as kind of comic relief. I felt kind of offensive. I'm glad they could laugh at it in some way though, and you know, let's let's get to a couple more emails we. We were on the podcast. The think a week or two ago we asked is anybody out there listening to us. We were yelling out into the void asking anybody out there actually excited for venom in if so to write us in a write in an Email, we did get. Out of our audience of thousands and thousands. We got to Email guys, we got one from Michael are who said the reason why he's excited is Tom hardy usually chooses wisely. That of course, looks like it will change, but people think it looks more like a scary version of deadpool and that's why he thinks people are excited for it. So Christie think like Tom Hardy's career choices might indicate that there might be something more to this film than what we're seeing. I mean, that's definitely a possibility. I do think Tom Hardy's are really going to act or even though he does to very goofy voices, especially in this, he's doing a very goofy voice. But I also do think he's a very serious actor. He takes his craft really seriously, and I do think he wouldn't just like casually do something. So maybe he did see something in the script, but whatever he saw, I'm not saying it, so I don't know. Yeah, nothing either Scott a from Alameda California. Again, he writes in, he's a long Email which I will have the whole thing. Well, the whole thing of all these emails in the show notes, but he basically says that he's one of these mysterious folk that are actually excited to see venom. He is one of those Morrow marbles on bees from way back. And even though he knowledge is that the movie is probably going to be really bad and the trailers have not looked. He says, the trailer have looked terrible for us, nineteen ninety Spiderman lovers. Venom was Goto villain..
"alameda california" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I was raised by this too but it's just the logistics of running these entire boats and keeping people out there for four or five six weeks that that adds to the cost and so you know the idea was if you can have this robotic sale but each sale drone you can rent it for twenty five hundred dollars a day and the idea is to have eventually a thousand of these sale drones going out all over the oceans all over the world just constantly pulling back all kinds of information on on the temperature the wind speed the wind currents the ocean's acidity salinity kind of anything you can think of they can also see animal life and to bring all of that data back and kind of compliment these research ships because one of the things that people are very interested in learned this from your story is the habits of groups of sharks y yeah so there's about a dozen researchers who are out of this place called the the white shark cafe it's about halfway between hawaii and san diego and and for decades scientists marine biologists have seen that pretty much all the great white sharks that live off the coast of california they all flock to this one spot every spring nobody had any idea why they do this it's a really hard spot to find the actual shark cafe is about the size of colorado and you're trying to pinpoint these these creatures in there and they dive down fifteen hundred feet to three thousand feet and nobody knows what they were doing there and so this year i went with richard to put a couple of sale drones in the water from alameda california near san francisco and we sent them off it took them about three weeks to sail themselves to this white shark cafe and then they found these transponders that about thirty seven of the sharks had on them and then we're able to see that these sharks are doing these crazy dives every day and night and they're obviously now we know chasing some sort of food supply under the in the deep ocean what is it about ai that attracts these guys well and he's in this case it's the.
"alameda california" Discussed on WTMA
"Passover to our friends of the jewish faith one and all there cannot be a better time than good friday to pick up a copy of the new york times bestseller god faith and reason for the easter and passover season tis the season for god faith and reason good friday overlapping with the beginning of the start of passover two major holidays to major faiths coming together and as i said happy easter and happy passover it is a grand time the the dawn of spring is upon us and of course god faith and reason there is never a better time loop eight here with you along with team savage we welcome you into the show as well as always eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four hundred seven to eight two well i have to tell you that donald trump he started his campaign for president coming down that escalator and making those gestures about illegal immigrants coming across the border rapists and drug dealers set the left's mind on fire here we are a year in two months into his presidency which as i always say started here at the savage nation dr savage gave donald trump his first national platform when everybody was kind of still looking down their nose at him and giggling off to the side that's why i always referred to the savage nation as the cornerstone of the trump presidency but a year and two months into his presidency and immigration is what is ignited the national conversation here and we have california and all of its wacky nece governor jerry moonbeam brown did you folks no he picked up that name back in one thousand nine hundred seventy six boy talk about nicknames that stick sanctuary cities of san francisco los angeles but then we have the little guys you know almost like a david and goliath with los alameda california to the south in that's in the huntington beach area that neck of the woods off of long beach los alameda does and other small towns coming up and.
"alameda california" Discussed on WJR 760
"We have california and all of its wacky nece governor jerry moonbeam brown did you folks no he picked up that name back in nineteen seventy six boy talk about nicknames that stick sanctuary cities of san francisco los angeles but then we have the little guys you know almost like a a david and goliath with los alameda california to the south in that's in the huntington beach area that neck of the woods off of long beach los alamos does and other small towns coming up and saying no no we're not we're not going to adhere to the sanctuary city laws now you think about it you got the governor up there in sacramento this giant state powerful people los alamos for those of you who do not know it's got a twelve thousand people there for them to stand up to sacramento and the aclu for which is now suing las alameda it's something to be said now orange county is getting in on the action orange county is not going to adhere to sanctuary city laws so we have all of this immigration stuff happening where people have their finally seemingly hit a breaking point now they have now they have backup now they have backed up three hundred eighty sheriffs from forty different states are backing up los alamos does and other places in a letter sent to congress by the sheriff of bristol county massachusetts sheriff thomas hodgson he's he's got other sheriffs in the sheriff's association of america behind him they are telling donald trump to build the wall the wall must be built and that immigration laws must be enforced this is a total thumbing of the nose to sanctuary cities like oakland and libby chef who ran cover for the illegal aliens when ice was going to come and do a sweep and and and it gets better it gets better okay we have a special guest here on the savage nation to welcome in the easter and passover season we welcome dr michael savage to the savage nation how are you dr savage well thank you for giving me a few minutes of time as fill in it's just been a family emergency these last few days with the death of the little dog tasha and it's kind.
"alameda california" Discussed on WTMA
"Easter happy passover to our friends of the jewish faith one and all there cannot be better time than good friday to pick up a copy of the new york times bestseller god faith and reason for the easter and passover season tis the season for god faith and reason good friday overlapping with the beginning of the start of passover two major holidays to major faiths coming together and as i said happy easter and happy passover it is a grand time the the dawn of spring is upon us and of course god faith and reason there is never a better time lopate here with you along with team savage we welcome you into the show as well as always eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four hundred seven to eight two well i have to tell you that donald trump he started his campaign for president coming down that escalator and making those gestures about illegal immigrants coming across the border rapists and drug dealers set the left's mind on fire here we are a year and two months into his presidency which as i always say started here at the savage nation dr savage gave donald trump his first national platform when everybody was kind of still looking down their nose at him and giggling off to the side that's why i always referred to the savage nation as the cornerstone of the trump presidency but year and two months into his presidency and immigration is what is ignited the national conversation here and we have california and all of its wacky nece governor jerry moonbeam brown did you folks no he picked up that name back in nineteen seventy six boy talk about nicknames that stick sanctuary cities of san francisco los angeles but then we have the little guys almost like a david and goliath with los alameda california to the south in that's in the huntington beach area that neck of the woods off of long beach los alameda does and other small towns coming up and.
"alameda california" Discussed on WLOB
"Easter happy passover to our friends of the jewish faith one and all there cannot be a better time than good friday to pick up a copy of the new york times bestseller god faith and reason for the easter and passover season tis the season for god faith and reason good friday overlapping with the beginning of the start of passover two major holidays to major faiths coming together and as i said happy easter and happy passover it is a grand time the the dawn of spring is upon us and of course god faith and reason there is never a better time loop eight here with you along with team savage we welcome you into the show as well as always eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four hundred seven to eight two well i have to tell you that donald trump he started his campaign for president coming down that escalator and making those gestures about illegal immigrants coming across the border rapists and drug dealers set the left's mind on fire here we are a year and two months into his presidency which as i always say started here at the savage nation dr savage gave donald trump his first national platform when everybody was kind of still looking down their nose at him and giggling off to the side that's why i always referred to the savage nation as the cornerstone of the trump presidency but a year and two months into his presidency and immigration is what is ignited the national conversation here and we have california and all of its wacky nece governor jerry moonbeam brown did you folks no he picked up that name back in one thousand nine hundred seventy six boy talk about nicknames that stick sanctuary cities of san francisco los angeles but then we have the little guys almost like a david and goliath with los alameda california to the south in that's in the huntington beach area that neck of the woods off of long beach los alameda does and other small towns coming up and.
"alameda california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Los angeles police department are about twenty seven percent of the time when they should as somebody they hit them right i mean nationwide it's a little less than thirty percent when cop shoot at somebody they hit them the this seventy percent of the time that bullet go someplace at wasn't supposed to go and these are nikolai ranger who have to demonstrate proficiency know at least a couple of times a year typically these people are they they routinely are out on the on the rifle ray or the firing range they know what they're doing they they have done it repeatedly and you think that's that that you know missed johnson is going to be able to to you know have ninety percent accuracy when the police department is a 27 percent really moonlight i think of children the man and you end up in fate if you bring a gun in our classroom we walk out you bring a gun in we leave yeah i i i will not i would not allow my kids to go to a school where they were guns in the school it just that psalm yeah i appreciate you tony thank you for the call it's good to hear from mike in alameda california and mike what's up i'm through glad obama grabbed your guns and put you in a fema concentration camp because you're a raping lunatic yeah well you know at least i can do a tv show in a radio show from the from the fema camp here sunday the first bumper sticker this arkansas shorter has a picture of a football and a soccer ball in rugby ball on the margin that says men who lacked balls need guns and the uh the thing was a headline uh i wrote after the kids who survived the shooting and parkland went to tallahassee to lobby to legislators on the headline is florida politicians spurned kids back child snuff porn and i think that's sort of condenses the whole essence of a deal yeah well said good bumperstickers mike thanks for the call thanks for sharing that dustin in sherman texas say dustin what's up oh club a small town you've probably just burn me at this although hopefully not i will not literally hopefully will um yeah not that does than anybody knows me listening arguing tom good afternoon could um you're doing brilliant sir uh my mic observation was going.
"alameda california" Discussed on PRI's The World
"On federal agency russell don't privacy concerns come into play when you've got a third party sharing this data with law enforcement well so this is what's tricky right because he's in most cases it's law enforcement sharing it with other law enforcement in theory most of this data is still controlled by the agency that owns the cameras but there's a lot of these often settings worth your opting into federal alerts that ends up giving ice a path and a lot of these people are sharing it without realizing that their sharing what has vigilant said about all of this throughout their life is company they've been very consistent that their mission is to support federal state and local governments right and and specifically on the lawn for since i what's happening now is you have this real political conflict between ice as a federal agency and the desires of local governments whether it's at the state level or the or the county level leveller the city level we're you know the mayor of many many towns and many city councils have said look we're a sanctuary city we do not want to take part in the federal immigration efforts that the trump administration is is sort of pushing and at the same time you have ice becoming much more aggressive and much less targeted and sort of coherence in there in what their deportation efforts are trying to achieve and i think when you have that being mediated by a private corporation it gets even more complicated russell brenda them there with the verge vigilance contract with ice has at least one sanctuary city concerned about its relationship with the company alameda california sits across the bay from san francisco part of the city is on an island in the bay officials in alameda have been working with vigilance since two thousand fourteen feeding license plate data from the twelve cameras mounted on city police cars now at the recommendation of the police chief.
"alameda california" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Up next we're looking at the science of intimacy but on this valentine's day we don't just want to hear from the experts how did you meet your significant other this is john from brooklyn my significant other lead over a while to rescue me from a with the attacker knew science just good oldfashioned physical strength and who could resist that my name is catherine win child and i'm calling from portland oregon and i'm not sure how much finance was involved but my husband and i were both teachers and we were uh there for our first day and he drove up in my blue toyota pickup truck with for bomb plates he thought i mean uh as he was walking and turn to his friend and said i'm going to marry that will them and it will be 25 years of marriage in september of this year let the julie from orlando and my husband what i was in high school and i had eight five pound back sugar that i was too much we can was eighty summer home at club near kemah and asked me if he can hold that thought you a super weird flat after that we started talking here there are thick history mining sie lay nine from arlene and i met my husband a discu to guiding class hi my name is aiming i'm calling from alameda california my husband and i met dancing ingo i had tried several online dating tight and match men who matched with on paper better than my husband however i didn't have the report with them and the action that i found with my husband so maybe it was the tango embrace maybe it was the chemistry hi this is valery from seattle i met my husband while we were both studying at the university of nebraska medical center and i had to move to a new part of the library because the people thought i was sitting next to are always talking and i need to be and it's on my husband and i knew quite speech.
"alameda california" Discussed on NFL Live
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"People leave the point to his cabinet who almost universally are dedicated to profit and or destroying this country uh you know this country's infrastructure so i'm looking at him and every time it weapons to the democratic party it's like they don't exist so communists who was sent to the word in terms of job performance trump to not my president she doesn't represent me he doesn't care about meeting with our special interest and of course the greatest special interest is donald trump so uh fade at kickabout it both ways it'd be our president not figuratively literally if he'd be literally he is the president he is the president of the top 1 percent and of an of a few hundred major transnational corporations and and end of and if the kkk again's yeah and that's and that's about it and i point yeah that's that's his constituency x x interesting point bill thank you for the call antoinette in alameda california hand when at what's up well i just wanted to first comment on what you're talking about as far as all star everything and and at the black person i i i eighty microaggressions all the time and the thing is to call out you know this you know buyers renate speak like this guy micro get called set that no reagan it had two men chambliss being manipulated by people all these taxes economic i remember that republican primary when push senior called out reagan doing brutal economic as her you know exactly what he's doing so um you know the thing at the call out liars when they're liars now and we can't quit but the main reason ride called com it because i love you and i would love to get a book like came up with something good at a conservative did and i hope it meets your measure um bush junior he gave money for aid i hiv tuberculosis and malaria africa android game changer even though twenty percent of it had to go to abc's accident be fate foreign condoms it's still made a difference in africa this i'm hoping that count as something that occurred they're very republican has done and you will find book internet you know that the i'll do it on i will and and.
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"Lot of debate about this in in uh everything from psychology circles to evolutionary biology circles about in a how how i mean i i look back on my own kids one of our kids was literally born shy uh one of our kids was literally born kind of active one of our kids was literally born gregarious and and and curious i mean we we saw these things from from the first day and those characteristics i ought to this day and my kids now are in our between early thirties early forty's um those characteristics are all you know well on display with all three of our kids and that's called temperament that that kind of baseline core and you know some people are born nervous some people are born paranoid some people are born angry some people are born violent you know as as they're kind of based temperament and so as deep as some people are just born happy happy happy as their temperament so as dementia progresses that core temperament tends to emerge and you know if you go into a nursing home in you look at a place where they treat a lot of dementia uh you'll find our our people displaying these temperamental extremes they're very paranoid later they're very angry year they're very happy or they're very good for your what a you know whatever it may be and uh you know i don't think the categories have been you know well clearly delimit delineated but now it's possible if he was just happygolucky guy that that was his temperament and that was masking brain injury or maybe didn't have any or maybe he was still too young for it to show up but it's all it's all interesting stuff tim thanks for the the story and for the call antoinette in alameda california hand when at what's up when i like to comment on the woman armed that you mentioned can handling i live here in the day area and the the problem i have it's a lot of people don't realize that in san francisco in berkeley we often get the surrounding communities and in this case it's advocate giving their people who have disabilities oneway tickets to our communities because they know that we will take care of people and.