26 Burst results for "Amador"
A conversation with Joaqun Niemann
"Let's get back to joaquin neiman. Did was there. Anyone who would have been the person that you would have been the most nervous to be around either to have played with or walk by on the range. Or if they're watching you hit balls on the range you'd have been nervous to be around. Who someone that that at that age would have major nervous riley. Yeah probably playing around here. I think i think the first time i saw was the moriarty was late north third or four tournament which Experience i remember. I was playing great. I was almost the last ruben sunday. I mean i could hear that. There was not only ten groups front but i could hear everything that's note and the people following him by think. Sergio helped me a lot to like. Get that pressure off. You know like lie. Know him. Before i turn pro. I will to play with him before on unknown how good they are also know that i can like i can be here. You know. I was actually at that memorial that year and i remember watching. Ut off on the tenth hole once. i'd never seen you hit a ball in person and it just stuck out to me immediately and do on tv. And i'm sure you hear a lot about how low you hit the ball and i'm just curious. Has that always been the case. And is that something that you know you. You were aware of growing up or any special reason. Why would hit the ball. Low and chile. Or do you think about that at all non. It was is fine because at the beginning that league union a lot of confidence. When i'm like a little bit nebulous son. I need to hit the way. I'll heed that show on a new. I remember when i start being professional a using. That showed that now during the time. Yeah i've been using it less. I'd i'd be using more hydro. I'm just trying to hit farther on. May i have that show that. I feel really confident when a heated unease yummies late may go to That's what i was. I was curious. And i was looking back at the highlights from when you won at greenbrier every now and then that forty one foot apex driver shot comes out and i was. I was just interesting because of how different the game appear the direction. The game appears to be heading seems to be you know track man. Everyone's telling you hit it high. Hit hi hi. I'm wondering if you know as you were transitioning from amador into pareo if anybody came along and said hey you could hit it this much further if you hit it higher or but i think what you just said though it's interesting how you've you've prioritized accuracy. But i'm wondering if if that has evolved at all over the years. I remember when i played. Infirm courses The bogus along. Way i Relate to two seventy and he runs it. Depends on the fairway ferry. Sometimes when their firm for example greenbrier they allowed so sometimes is not that short by yemi normally. I've been preferring. yes More with hydro. Sometimes i got bunkers around when he died. I'm like are now monday. Just gonna he'd been the hydro and the beginning. I was really. I don't know if i was a little bit more secure or no but early. I prefer yesterday that low one being more coffee when the on knowing that i'm gonna hit the airway but now he's more like a feel like i feel better on the course right now and i just. I just thought that showed that like more. And he's been pretty good lately. So i like it do you feel. Where do you feel most comfortable. Like firm and fast conditions or when when it softer yeah. I like away. When when he's firm. I know that. I don't hear really really high with the also with the iron. So it is hard to me to stub on own the green when i when i'm lega 5-iron their firm 'cause i don't get it like really high but yeah i mean like bain with firm conditions. I think is is more fun on unb lehner green or heating widgets from the hundred twenty yards is is is good to see that like bouncing around the great in those more fun. Yeah i mean. I find it interesting you know. Obviously when it's firm your drivers going to run out a lot more but like you said it's hard to hold greens. If you hit it low and i i wanna talk a little about royal melbourne in the president's cup. You know you have it's interesting. You didn't have the most success at royal melbourne yet at the same time at olympia fields this year which was very firm and fast you finish third. And i'm i wanna talk a lot about role melvin. But first off. I would say. Did you learn anything in particular from that week. That helped you in later situations when it is going to be firm and fast. Yeah more than of course it was more like the atmosphere. Unlike the like getting that amount of pressure it was one of those way i mean the whole way was really intense. On the course roy ever was unbelievable. I mean i think he's one of my favorite right now. Unease eighty s a lot of strategy. I remember ernie was standing us. They don't in many drivers. You gotta The ball on the right side than it was more. Legacy smart play yet was different course. i remember in chicago Driver everywhere every bunker was laid three or three. Oh five three. Thank ari so i was trying to cater scarlet side. Ken he was going straight. You which is which was really good that we
A conversation with Golfer Joseph Bramlett
"To get that experience anyways, but it's. It's always funny to be. We. We kinda over this I. Forget if you mentioned this, but you were at the time I don't know if there's still the case, but you. The youngest qualifier for the AM ever at age fourteen I was yeah, it was Yeah, that was that was awesome, and that was kind of part of the reason. My Dad kind of pushed me towards amador golf after that point to try to play with guys that were bigger, better, stronger, smarter Um the end when. I was fourteen years old and I went through thirty six qualifier ironically I had just lost in the qualifier and a playoff for the US junior amateur three weeks before, and then I play the US. Amador qualifier and got myself in a playoff and was able to somehow. It a wedge into a five Verdy the playoff and make its Oakland hills for the US am and it was It was unbelievable. I mean I was fourteen. No idea what I was doing what it meant, but it was really really cool. Yeah, I was the youngest ever well. This is a question that I never know how to word I guess, but what I'm trying to get at, and I know there's there's been a lot of ups and downs from injuries in your career, but I always want to know from guys that have kind of lived in that bubble between you bouncing back between the Korn ferry tour. As to what how you view, what separates you from? The example I always go to his Kevin Kisner who is perennially on has his card very safely does does very well doesn't bomb it, but just has a very i. don't want to say normal game, but a more relatable game to a lot of people in your mind. What is what's the difference between you and Kevin Kisner? What are you have to do to get to his level of consistency? It's honestly it's interesting. You bring up Kevin Kisner, because kids actually had a period of time that he bounce back and forth from the PGA tour the Korn Ferry tour back. I think he went back to the Korn ferry twice very early in his career out of college and He had a tough time. He almost thought about giving up the game. I read one time, so kids has got to a point in his career where he's figured. Figured out what it takes to succeed for himself to succeed on the PGA tour I really think the difference between me and him is simply experience I've actually played against him quite a bit growing up. We face each other in the US. AM In two thousand four. When he was in college, I was sixteen, and he beat me on the first playoff hole and I mean. I've I've played quite a bit against him and he's a great player. He's you know. parentally keeps his car now he's. He's in a great place in his career, but he went through those growing pains as well I think for myself. My career kind of got put on hold for about five years, and so my learning curve got a little messed up in there, and I think that having gone through the Korn Ferry tour now and got my car back. I've learned a lot. Lot about what I need to do. well to succeed again week out and That's where a lot of conversations about putting with math has come up because that's one of the areas of my game that I can get more consistent and stronger at from a ball striking perspective. I think I'm in a pretty good place. wedge game has gotten much more consistent in the last year and a half and I think from a mental. Perspective I think there's something to be said for getting comfortable out here and and ceiling like you can compete with these guys, even when you're game is not sure. My rookie year when I played on the PGA tour, I thought every aspect of my game had to be firing perfectly for me to have a chance to succeed and I've had several events this year. That I've had pretty good finishes and look back on how I played. I'm like man. I really wasn't that sharp this week. but I. I'm starting to figure out kind of how to peace tournaments together again and I think that's. That's where kids has gotten, too. I mean he's a great ball striker and I certainly am not taking anything away from what he does. He's a great offer, but I think the he is so consistent at where he's at now because he's gotten through those growing pains, he's gotten to a point where he knows exactly what it takes for him to play well, and he does that and he kissed on worry about anything else
Entrepreneurs aim to remove carbon pollution from the air
"Carbon emissions from power plants, transportation and industry caused global warming by reducing that pollution may not be enough to avoid the worst effects of climate change. Some scientists say the world must also remove carbon. That's already in the atmosphere. Jonah amador is. Co Founder of the nonprofit carbon one eighty, she says a number of industries already have strategies to soak up carbon pollution. We can farm in ways that store more carbon in the soil weaken plant more trees in there also technologies that are basically big fans that use chemical reactions to capture carbon directly from the air and separate at out into a pure stream of co two that can then be either sequestered underground or used in products like cements and plastics. But to meet climate goals, these solutions need to scale up dramatically. To Help, amador's nonprofit has started a fellowship it helps entrepreneurs launch businesses that within a decade can remove a billion tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere each year. We. Think that visionary leaders and entrepreneurs can really have a hand in scaling these carpenter mobile solutions.
"amador" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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The Long Road Back to the PGA Tour, with Joseph Bramlett
"People are looking for someone to root for this week? Joseph Bramlett has to be your guy. Yeah thirty one years old. He was the youngest ever. Got To qualify for the US. Am hand you know. He basically took like seven years away from the top levels of the game. I mean as someone who's back as someone who tried to play Pro Golfer a couple years and then you know so the writing on the wall and quit. Yeah I have major admiration for someone that saw the top of the tower and then went to the deepest dungeon. And now has yeah. He's out of it. He had his back. He's LEGIT PGA Tour Player. Top twenty last week at pebble so he was a great guy to talk to him. Yeah we talked to him about twenty minutes. We talked to Rafael. Who is the owner of Genesis for another fifteen or twenty minutes and he told us basically everything that their brain is doing here this week? Why they love this event while they love. La Gulf stay tuned for that a little bit later for now here is Joseph Bramlett are we are here in What is now the Genesis invitatinal press conference center with? Joseph Bramlett the Charlie Sifford exemption. This week now your first time as the Charlie Sifford exemption but a lot has changed internalize since two thousand eleven. When you were in that position the first time you just came off the top twentieth pebble. How are you feeling about the game right now? I feel good. Yeah I feel really good. My coach and I did a lot of hard work in the off season Felt like I was showing some good signs. The first couple events this season and then To have a nice respectable finish last week was a good stuff for people. That don't know your back story like let's just rip through. His backstory is taking taking shots at me. A rude you were a phenom growing up. Tell us just a little bit about where you're from. You know how you got here. Wow okay well story here we go. Yeah I grew up. In San Jose California was born in Stanford Hospital grew up playing junior golf in San Jose Bay area. Yeah when I was fourteen I was the youngest to compete in the US amador. That was a big big accomplishment for me at the time and were teen years old. Yeah it was very young. Yeah it was really cool. I I was got a little bit of media coverage and a lot of attention from college coaches so made the recruiting process. Really easy for me and Yeah from there. I played a lot of amador. Golf in northern California I went to school at Stanford Was able to graduate in two thousand ten and At the end of the year I went through school and was able to get out here in two thousand eleven straight out of college which was amazing steal. It was a big company. People can pull that off no not at all and it was. It was incredible is amazing experience. I would say that I was probably a little bit unprepared for some of the things that came along with playing professional golf. What just how frequently. We Compete Growing up I would play at tournament for three days and then I take two or three weeks off prepping for the next tournament and out here. If you miss a cut and then you've got like five days to get ready for the next one and you my my rookie year. I played nine events in a row and I played eleven out of twelve weeks straight. So I'd never done anything like that big life. Yeah it was. It was just a huge life shock. I mean not only was I competing often but I also didn't go home for like two or three months and I'd never done that before so it was just. It was a big growing experience. That lines up with a lot of what to rookies have told me in the past and are held. Varner said something like that just like your first year is such a learning curve which kind of you know sometimes guys like Matt Wolf or more cowardly like snap their finger and it happens and they get it but that it's much more a rarity than what is the norm now. Absolutely my hat off to them. I mean they`ve. They've played incredible right out of college. Which I mean shows a lot about what they can do But it's it's hard to do that and yeah I I took the the learning curve. Route niners fan absolutely. Oh yeah outsider. Yet it was. It was definitely a tough pill to swallow Starting out the year I was really pumped. I thought we might make the playoffs. I was really pumped. I was like we might be in contention again and then eight games in house like we're good and then Yeah I knew going against the chiefs in the super bowl is going to be hard because they're so dangerous is Jimmy G. The truth for you is he the one Jimmy. Jeez my guy can't roll with. Okay I like it. Yeah I mean from a Franchise Tag Joe Montana and Steve. Young I mean. We have very high expectations quarterback no doubt when Jimmy came to the niners. The excitement around the niners went through the roof for him when he didn't have anything. I'm so he is helped the culture shift in San Francisco and for those reasons alone. I'm riding with as a packers fan. The niners warped our ask twice this year so down there better scary. So good football interlude. They're kind of like that. She was stick with just the football. Let's talk about Shanahan. Nice Forty five minutes twenty eleven. Yeah well you played well. You didn't quite keep your car right. You were just a few thousand dollars. Away thousand-year status. I mean how do you? How do you process being so close? You know being on the grind for that whole year and then just missing out on keeping your card It was tough. It was it was a tough experience. So two thousand eleven was my rookie year out here on the PGA tour and That year actually got my head kicked in pretty good. I didn't I didn't come quite that close to keeping my car. I think I've finished around one ninety five on the money list but the next year was my first year on the what is now the Korn ferry tour and so I think that's what you're referencing that year I was inside the top twenty five all year and thought I was going to get my PGA tour card back. I was really excited because now I had this experience with me looking forward to getting back and I came up short in our last tournament. The tour championship one shot short and I was I was devastated Kinda. Wear you stood where you needed to finish. Never know for sure because I think it was the tour championship there. Sixty guys plan. I was somewhere around twenty fifth and so there are a lot of guys behind me that we're playing well and you never know where it's going to shake out so. I knew I needed to get out of it as I could. Yeah I know that like there's little decisions you make on the golf course. Have these really big effects on the rest of your life. Yeah and that's what you train for as a kid to block all that stuff out just kind of stay. Stay PRESENT. Stay in the moment. I think I've put myself in that situation so many times. That much more prepared for. I've I've learned to do it. But it's it's really stressful. And Yeah so tell me about life since then because now you're actually thriving on the PGA tour but what happened between two thousand twelve and now. What was your road back like? Yeah so halfway. Through the two thousand thirteen season Was warming up for the Utah Championship. And I swing with a LOB wedge. I just got this searing pain throughout my whole body. I felt like every nerve in my body was set on fire and I just got stuck. I couldn't move. I had no idea what it was. I hadn't had anything like that happened before so I tried to get some treatment. You know one thing led to another. I had to withdraw from the tournament. The next day couldn't play and Yeah I spent the next six weeks at home laying on the floor Cross of visceral description by every never my body felt like it was on fire. Yeah with something. I've never experienced before. And anyone with back pain probably has a reference to what I'm talking to But it's it's just such a humbling experience because I went from being a professional athlete. Who Does everything with my body to laying on the floor and you know asking you know loved ones if they can bring me some food or like not brushing my teeth for days at a time because I just can't bend over to do it So it's just it's it's a very very humbling experience. GotTa be one of those things that you and I. We can listen to you. Describe it. We can't understand it until happens to you. Like no one can really understand back dame until they have back pain at least that's my understanding of it. Yeah I I'd say that's fair. I certainly had no idea what I was getting into at the time. Either and There's a lot of people deal with it though. That's the scary thing is that like it's the back dictates everything that moves in your body so if that computer has a problem nothing else functions and yeah. I mean it was from there. I got a lot of imaging and a lot of memories taken and we started to realize that I had an annual charity. My four zero five disc and that takes eighteen months to heal on average. So that wasn't fun. News to hear from the doctor goes through your brain when he says eighteen months. Until you gotta be kidding me. Eighteen months what takes eighteen months like. Yeah I'm like Senate guys to the moon and eighteen months like how does that even but It just shows you how delicate and fragile. The human body is and You know from that point I just started trying to figure out any routes I could take to speed up the process. I saw fifteen different spine surgeons and the first fourteen told me. I wasn't a candidate for surgery. All they could do implement rods and my back and that would end my career and then the last guy last guy was like yeah. I mean I can open you up and take a look. Were you looking for that information from? Are you looking for someone that would agree to surgery or I I was? I I knew surgery was not the best long-term solution but I started getting impatient and I was wanting someone to fix my problem And about the guy is the host this week the same exact things multiple surgery so I imagine yeah and as an athlete like we do things with our bodies and we wanna you know be strong and get back out there and get to work and Yeah I didn't. I couldn't do that so I actually was considering the last guy pretty good. And it's where my girlfriend's stepped in and she's like you're not GonNa do this like not having an experiment. Doctors exploratory back surgeries. She's like go. See this guy that I know. He's a physical therapist and so yes she got me. In touch. With my current physical therapist cody Fowler and Yeah from there. We started piecing together. How my body moved and kind of get me back on on track.
"amador" Discussed on KCBS All News
"At a psychotic disorder so blue is there to just help bring everybody some columnists and sue their nerves just because he's a dual purpose dog so he's narcotic trained on cocaine methamphetamine heroin and it also apprehension so basically chase down the bad guys it's ever felt solitary KCBS leaves in the Sierra didn't wait for the packages to hit the porch they stole nearly three hundred Amazon packages from the pioneer post office in Amador county it seems a driver mistakenly dropped them off on Sunday course Sunday the post office is closed in the packages were merely left outside sheriff's deputies say people should contact Amazon if they believe that their order is one that was stolen and these are just after packages two suspects are in custody and a security guard in the hospital after a robbery at lululemon it happened at the Montgomery village shopping center in Santa Rosa when the officers got there they found a security guard who'd been assaulted the suspects had already taken off blood officers were able to track them down based on their description stolen merchandise nearly that fifteen thousand dollars of lululemon merchandise was located in the suspect's vehicle a bay area college students filed a lawsuit alleging the video sharing app tictoc transferred private user data to servers in China despite the company's assurance that it does not store personal data there is going to be a lot of conversation over the next couple of years about China and its role in the tech world initially we thought of China as this country that manufactured a lot of technology for the western world now they are starting to create in this case I felt full network that is hugely popular with teenagers that scene that executive editor Ian sure court documents identify the plaintiff is misty Hong a college student and resident of Palo alto who downloaded the tech top app in the spring of this year but never created an account Hong says tick tock made an account for without her knowledge and collected information from video she created but never posted she also claims tick tock tracked websites you have visited tictoc lawyers have not immediately responded to a request for comment the head of the FAA will face questions next week from a congressional panel about the agency's review of the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX airliner the plane is by grounded since two crashes that killed three hundred forty six people last fall and the spring FAA administrator Stephen Dixon will testify at hearing a week from tomorrow it's taking much longer than Boeing never expected to update the Max's flight software program and develop a training course for pilots checking now sponsored by DG DG dot com searching for a new or used car be happy and visit DG DG dot com let's say good morning other Gina survey Susan and Matt good morning the stock futures are pointing to a pretty significant move lower at the open after president Donald Trump today said he had no deadline in trade talks with China and suggested it was better to wait until after the twenty twenty election Dow futures are down two hundred thirty points nasdaq futures down seventy three S. and P. futures are down twenty one and crude oil is slumping at fifty five dollars forty five cents a barrel headlines on terror of some trade sent the markets tumbling yesterday the new lawsuit filed in Washington state alleges that gap sold maybe stores trick customers into believing they're getting a deal with the so called sale price but that in reality Old Navy items are usually sold at the sale price which means it's not really on sale after all according to the suit other retailers including Coles and eighty Bauer have seen such suits tossed out or limited in cyber Monday rang up record online sales of nine point two billion dollars according to adobe analytics I'm Jeanne Meserve Eddie Bloomberg business for KCBS and is now a page from the diary of flow dear diary there's something about protecting people's homes to progressive that inspires me because I just had an idea for a book well it was originally an idea for a movie based on a play inspired by a podcast but the idea is how you conceive when you bundle home and auto may not be the best idea for a book save an average of seventy percent on car insurance when you bundle home and auto through progressive maybe a radio commercial.
Mac Miller Death: Man Charged With Selling Drugs
"Well soon after the news reports of mac Miller's overdose death last year. the drug dealer that would service mac Miller was anxiously messaging friends on Instagram he wrote according to cut court documents most likely I will die in jail. he said he was gonna move to another country get off the grid nothing has happened yet but it might. well I really feel bad for this guy feel you know feeling the heat of the justice department coming down on him for the last year not knowing when it's gonna strike by the light struck it has struck he's twenty eight as names camera Pettitte and he's now facing twenty years in federal prison on a charge that he sold counterfeit oxy laced with Fenton all to mac Miller two days before he died there's no evidence at least in the court documents and they haven't said anything if they know that if Cameron Pettitte knew that these were counterfeit and that they were laced with front no he there's there's nothing to say that necessarily but he's got to know that where he was getting his suppliers had to be questionable and fees turn around and sell them to other people come on what I'm amazed that is there's no other connection that I've seen of Cameron Pat it to anybody else's overdose at this point. but that mac Miller at some point tried to buy drugs from him tax them yo yo what's up did you hear about did you hear back about and he apparently trying to buy some matter all the pet is is not I couldn't find any Miller says all good you don't have lean do you. perks from from Miller and pet it says I got da lauded twos but that's about it I could get some yellows and blues though as far as perks. and Miller says those are my **** is man when can you get probably in an hour to their thirty Bucks a piece mac Miller says any chance I could get ten of those bars and a ball you're gonna have to. you have to translate now cars in a ball I don't know is that. is that like but now we're gonna I just opened I should have said that because I should have said I don't know what in in the purchase of drugs the bars in a ball R. because someone is going to blast us for being EDA goes back to the hot rails rule right where we did not know what hot rails were when that USC Medical School director carmine pulley if you know was doing hot rails in Pasadena with a stripper I should just pretend that I know what bars we all are worse and a ball we were lit up by people that were so upset that we did not know what hot rails were like come on guys and now we're in now you just set us up for more there's also a suggestion that these drugs were eventually delivered by a woman named Carla Amador who goes by a different name when she has a sex worker and that supposedly that these text messages included a deal for him to have sex with her and she was going to bring the drugs to him. they say that this case truly highlights the problem of black market pharmaceuticals they are manufactured by drug cartels in Mexico for about seventy five cents to a Buck fifty but they're sold in LA for twenty dollars or more per pill. and it's cheaper they can make it the cheaper they're gonna make it and how do you do that well you're a place the oxy with that now. sometimes it kills people sometimes it provides a similar high and they're willing to take that risk because their drug cartels in
"amador" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast
"Hey dave wrong people wind blinders comic again coming at you with eight another companion podcast we just wrote up amdi cheaper white binder dot com website but it is for eight trader joe's reserve amador county zinfandel lap one eighty five vintage twenty sixteen what'd you say long long title but it's eighty nine dollar and ninety nine cents trader joe's up until firm amador county amador county is not in near normal areas for growing grapes it is is far north of napa but it's about a hundred miles inland on the other side of sacramento in the foothills of the sierra nevada's mountains it's right in the middle of california gold rush a country end it is eighty even though it's not in near really other growing areas they're all bit away in more inland a b elevation of its they're up in the foothills airfield fifteen hundred feet up up in the mountains which will bring cool mountain air at night which is what you want grapes you heat up the grapes but the sun in the daylight in at the night the cool air comes in in in in cools the vines down and they stop production they pick it up so it's all those speed up slowdown is what the why the grapevines like and that's what's happening in amador county in here's why a amador county is opened up and trader joe's this kind of interrupting from nine ninety nine standpoint it isn't large growing area 'em there's by think forty wineries they're in the majority of them are or you know family owned and operated did boutiques mall production vineyards 'em you know the very nice but the trader joe's is probably not deal with them they you know they they're wines probably cost too much baltic wineries can't produce enough to bring the cost down in the ones that are larger all pretty snazzy wineries they're all top flight is up until places and i wouldn't mind is up in over many of the any of those and while you can find find amador county is up dilfer under twenty bucks in your around twelve dollars thirteen dollars someplace now this is nine ninety nine so you're getting a bit every deduction i'm not i don't know who made it or if they actually you know how much to this day made with these trader joe wines you don't know did they did they grow the graves of they do the production things when it came time to blend it and make their own wind today hey it's just it just didn't make the cut and they sold it often somebody involved at trader joe's bought it or did somebody by this as juice early on does somebody get this before it went in beryl i mean you you don't know what's what but this two thousand sixteen vintage which is in to do something in the summer of twenty nineteen it's three years of 'em of of age in cannoli the rule of thumb it's it's not you know it's it's not a hard rule but if it say it's been in oak bureau for year then you have to leave in bottle free year and this is three years so it's probably who's in beryl for year and a half it was sitting out for year and a half a bear and up another year and a half just come together and that's pretty decent and that's a pretty good a length of time for a ten dollars infantile so the production values seemed to be fairly good a little wineries that that possibly could have come from seemed to be really good so you know a lot of times if it's if it's a central coast weiner fits sonoma there's all sorts of wineries in central coast and ends and you don't know who made that you don't know so but you know it's it's a you know there's gas is when a trader joe's wind who who did what with whom and where but here it's it's it's a smaller thing it's a smaller little neighborhood here the lee the possible people were all really good the the three years aging is really good so when you drink the wine a it too is really good it's a decent zinfandel i mean it's not one most i mean you it's ten bucks nine ninety nine but you wouldn't you wouldn't go this tendai on this attend are wind this is just a salad tasty is emphasis on a mac and take a sip so hold on one second it's dry that's a yes not it's good solid foods full bodied us dry it's good fruit there's a there's bison there's herbs in there as got nice little links and not over the top it's kind of a standard chewy it's kind of a kind of a classic classic kind of zinfandel you know for ten dollars you tend to get these the fruity over the top fun ones this i mean this is neil yeah barbecue it'd be great steak could be great burgers cheeseburgers great but it has a little bit of a class to it's a very nice little is in an amateur county i mean it's been around forever it's got the oldest zinfandel a vineyard ever it's eighteen sixty nine a vineyard it's still producing fruit men in chicago where were from burned down in eighteen seventy one a customer still alive in sixty nine billy the kid was still riding around new mexico in eighteen sixty nine man this is been a good area first up until an wind for a long long time a so this isn't this and i'll say the name one more time trader joe's reserve amador county last one eighty five twenty six teams up until this is solid bottle of wine i mean it doesn't matter what the prices you can get it amador county wind from some of the biggest so bond is a is a really nice one is scott harvey does a nice thing out there and you can get a river on sale you and get a free thirteen dollars a you know they do make oh four double wines but it ninety nine this is a discount off of that who made this i don't know don't care because whoever did make it probably was pretty good an now do i tasted it's a classy salads in with tons of flavor i'm gonna take another step yeah good length it's got a solid up front amid pelts got the mid pads detailed you know it's got the at least the the the canons are sweet and they don't bite they give it some some firmness in the city is let the flavors unfold solid wine you know ten dollars gets you know if you shop properly in not even you know you have to be that good at picking out a good ten dollar one ten hours go by you seriously good wine i mean this is not a wind you would put away though you probably could if you want it to for a couple of years drinking it now is way to go 'em 'cause you know you're you're most if you don't have the facilities put wine away but it's salad a trader joe's reserve amador county is infantile lot one eighty five is very finds up until it's more of a of a classic 'em over driven mean fruit forwards in but but not not over the top very much control all these different elements is got fruit it's got structure it's does a nice job and has ten bucks you know life is good a so there you go oh.
"amador" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"You talk a little bit about this. But Earl is dad built cold blooded assassin even talk about little bit of how he did that. And I was impressed that he had the maturity to a very young age to realise that practice was more important than play. I took up golf at, like sixty and I try to maximize the number of holes I play and I really should be maximizing practice. Yeah. So we kind of worked backwards on that on the practice part. I think one of the reasons that tiger was so good at mastering the importance of practice versus playing the child is that he is naturally, an introvert. And that's that's an advantage. If you're a golfer in other words he prefers to be alone. He likes to be by himself. He's more comfortable when he's got around other people. And so obviously, if he were a quarterback that would be a problem. It's, it's in his nature to play sport where you're alone. He he loved to practice. He's not this is not an Andre Agassi story where his dad is forcing him to do something that he doesn't like tiger actually loved practicing. He loved being alone for hours on the driving range, on the golf course practising and refining game. It's a habit that was formed when he was very young and it was consistent. With his personal preference. So that's a good thing. There's a great anecdote in the book, when Tigers at the US Amador and Newport, Rhode Island he's going for his second consecutive Amador title, and he's, he and his father are staying in a home in Narragansett. And they're staying on a golf course, and the owner of the house that they're staying in as a member, of course at the country club. And he goes out on the course one day when he goes out to play he sees tiger putting practicing putting in the guy goes and plays eighteen holes. It takes them three and a half hours or whatever when he comes off the course he finds tiger in the same exact spot where he was three and a half hours earlier any still putting the guy says to him don't you wanna play in tiger says tiger doesn't even look at him. He just keeps putting and says, I like to practice. And I think that for that guy I interviewed that guy who owned that house. And he said, it was just so stunning to see. He was a kid at that point. He was still a kid. He, he was still in college at that point, he was, like you don't find men mature men that were that discipline. And so that, that's a great thing. The practice habits, I think in terms of the technique you asked about his father, and what is father did to rein him. And I think one of the things is used to. Alive. He, he really controlled Tigers narrative from the time he was too, when he first introduced into television all the way up until when he died was always sort of controlling and navigating in writing literally writing Tigers narrative, Earl growth, three books about tiger. So he literally was controlling the narrative and what he likes to tell everybody and his books in his interviews. If he liked to jovially say that, you know, when Tigers young teenager the way, I trained him to focus mentally was when he was swinging. I do things like you know, jingle, the coins in my pocket or I dropped the bag or I do things to make noise to, you know, basically force him to learn to focus, and it was sort of like this almost inspiring father, son story. But the thing is old left out the most significant parts of what, what else he did to make tiger so mentally tough. And one of the things he did is he used to? Use a very abusive language on a sun. Some demeaning language he called him the N word he, he called him. He us where words use the F word. He he, he said things that I think most fathers that are probably listening to this program. Would never say to their sons if they're objected was to help their son, become better at something, and he would do stuff like that. And he, he was someone who taught, you know, warfare techniques and prisoner of war techniques in college when he when he retired from the military, he was he was a former green beret, and he, he gave tiger when tiger was really young. You know thirteen twelve thirteen fourteen in that age range, he'd gave him a code word. And, and it was a word that tiger could utter. If Earl was pushing him too far and the word was enough and tiger never used that were not once. Right. Never, and I think the reason I think that that is such a powerful anecdote is because if you flash forward to win tiger for instance time he. One major with a broken leg he doesn't stop. He will never utter the word enough. I think that's why he tried to come back to early from three back surgeries. When most humans. Most humans would never have tried to even like pick up a grocery bag after that this guy, went out and was framing in, you know, working out again and trying to take that incredibly violent swing that he has and come back, and I think it, it, it took a long time for tiger. Finally, say enough and I don't think he, he did that until last year. Now we're gonna talk a little bit about the fall for the remainder of this segment. Doing the, the National Enquirer, take us through when when when he went right through the guard while guardrails and everything collapsed right through to the accident. Well, I think in the last that period of two thousand six two thousand seven two thousand eight to nine building. I mean, we have a chapter in that period, called tick, tick tick, and it is like a, a bomb that's ticking. And as a reader, you can watch this happening, and it's just going. It's almost it was exhausting, frankly, too, right? That portion of his life, because it was so much going on that it was breathtaking times. You wonder how a human being can actually function would that much going on in his life and trying to keep it all secret. He was doing the number of encounters. He was having with women outside of his marriage. The it was just so much happening to him. And, and at the same time, his body was starting to rake down. So you have this. It's like a tandem thing going on that, when he's having issues with his knee with his achilles. I mean it's there's things that are going on. And part of that is, is being aggravated by his obsession with workouts me. And he's training literally training with navy seals. He's running in combat boots with a backpack on his back. That's got weights in it. He's jumping out of airplanes. He's. Running through kill houses with you know, weapon in his hand. He this is it's almost like it's hard to imagine. And at the same time, he's, he's ranging, you know, rendezvous with women in, you know this city and that City New York in San Diego. He's, he's all over the place. That's the kind of stampede that's underway. And so what happens on November twenty seven thousand is that you get to this point where the, the National Enquirer, and it's interesting given what's going on in our country right now? But the National Enquirer was stalking Tiger Woods for a number of years. In the reason for that is partly because they had caught him earlier in a in a compromise position. And the way tiger got out of it was by making a deal with the parent company of the inquirer, and he agrees, you know, do something for them and exchange. They killed the story. The problem was at that point, the National Enquirer knew what they have, and they knew it was only matter of time before they catch him again. It's sort of like a shark snowing blood in the water. And that's when the stocking and goes on. And by the summer to fall two thousand nine day new they added they adamant across air. They were following him around. They were following a woman around that they, they do was was meeting up with him. And in November of two thousand nine they basically made clear to tiger and the woman that they knew what he was doing what they were doing. And they were going to expose. Visit in the pages of the inquire, and that conscious off a series of rapid, fire events around thanksgiving that were designed to try to take the steam out of that story. And part of that effort was to lie to Tigers wife, tell her that these things that are going to be published are not true, the lies and given the national enquirers reputation. They hope that, that story that spin would work. And it seemed like it had worked because the story came out in the inquirer few days before thanksgiving and kinda got ignored. It was almost like okay maybe these deceptive lies worked, but then on thanksgiving eve, Tigers wife Ellen looked at his cell phone after he had gone to bed and was asleep. And she discovered a text message on the phone and the content of that message signal to her that, in fact, the into -delity was real and tiger had been lying, and then she took the extrordinary step of replying to taxed pretending to be banned, and the woman on the receiving end thinking it was tiger replied back. Love our final segment on tiger. Woods coming up next..
"amador" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Unreal. You know, just the whole. Permit has meant so much to me over the years come here and ninety five for the first time, and we'll play Amador winning in ninety seven and then come full circle twenty two years later. We'll do it again. There are so many guys who had a chance to win. You could have had more drama just to come back here to play as well as I did. And did all the things all the little things Volvo this week at the deal with here. This is meant so much to me and my family this tournament the to have everyone here, it's something. I'll never forget. That is an emotional Tiger Woods after winning the masters. First time, I is one that and eleven year major in eleven years the last time he he won the actually the last time. He won the master's was two thousand five and the last time he wanted to major was two thousand eight and since that time multiple surgeries over three year period. Jeff Benedict interviewed four hundred people I did four hundred interviews with over two hundred fifty people all. All going into the background every aspect of Tiger Woods his life. His book became a bestseller. I loved it. I guess the they the a lot of this people. Jeff wrote the book with homework Italian a lot of people didn't so tiger never really commented on it. But it was just an excellent book. And last time you hear Jeff you predicted. Tiger would win a major again. You are right. I think what we saw yesterday. Brian is it's one of those things that's in your lifetime. You'll never see something like that. And whether you're a sports fan or not it it just I saw the final round in a bar in Boston. That was decked out with Celtics and patriots and Red Sox stuff and there were playoff game at a baseball game on other screen the entire bar was fixated on him for that last hour. And I'm sure there are a lot of people watching that probably don't even golf fans, and they're just I it's phenomenal. He's a phenomenon and he's a once in a lifetime athlete, and I think what he did yesterday actually a lot bigger than golf or sports. It's a it's an incredible comeback story. And you know, he tell you which is always had the dream. We have Nike put out an ad. That is the last words tiger looks like he's about under ten years old said I wanna be Jack Nicklaus's record. Now. He's within three of Jack nNcholas his records. So it's been a lifetime obsession with them. But anything, but a straight line. I believe I always said if he came back, I can't imagine something bigger, but the way played out with his son there with his daughter in the backdrop with his mom watching him wearing the red shirt with the walk up the hill knowing he didn't even have to par the hole. To win. Any just kept hitting shot after shot. I, you know, one of the things that was the most fascinating for me to see after working on his biography for three years with that image of his mother. I mean, she she is older, and she certainly looks a lot older than he did kind of the last time. He was really at the top of his game. It was just a very visual reminder of how much the family has been through in the last decade. I mean, it's it's not just that. He had these you know, injuries that really crippled him to the point where he couldn't bend over a tie shoes. But it was all the other stuff hit the personal things about his life that played out in such a public way. Nobody likes to have their their weaknesses foibles aired out for the public ac-. I had that done to him in ways that I think we're pretty unprecedented because how famous he was yesterday that image of him hugging his mother and having. His son and daughter there in his arms. I mean that really is an incredible line from the time he won the master's in ninety seven. And he's there with Earl because back then Kotido his mom was completely overshadowed her role and his upbringing in help making him who he is today with really never focused on because they're all such a big figure yesterday. You kinda saw that when he wraps his arms around her, and she's crying on his shoulder and squeezing him the way she was I if you're a parent, that's that's again, that's a moment that transcends sports. So I want you to hear when he took the lead. This is how it sounded on fifteen stroke enough to put the ratings through the roof. I can't imagine what these ratings show when they come out. We know what the ratings are yet. They could probably come out surely here in a here's how it sounded cut seventeen with three holes and a putt left in.
Gov. Newsom declares state of emergency in 5 Northern California counties due to flooding
"Susan governor Newsom has declared a state of emergency and five counties in northern California, including cinema county this comes after the storm. We had this past week triggered the worst flooding along the Russian river in twenty years and left much of this Anoma county town of Guerneville underwater, two hundred miles to the north a man drowned in flood waters while trying to reach his home where three children were trapped the emergency declaration. Also includes Amador Glen, lake and Mendocino counties, it direct state officials to immediately request federal assistance to help. Communities recover from flooding, mudslides and damage to critical
"amador" Discussed on KTRH
"Grandkids nine Amador's put him in wherever cash payment for the top prize would be close to five hundred forty nine million. That's after taxes. He didn't believe that. If you don't hit that jackpot. You can take another crack at millions with the Powerball drawing on Saturday. It's a shabby four hundred thirty million at stake in that one. I guess that is an after taxes five hundred forty nine million. That's before taxes. That's just the cash payout. Either way. You're gonna be fine. Yeah. I think so you'll be okay dream. Well, stop us. If you've heard this one before if you work less, you might live longer KTAR, Asia's cla Saunders is here live with that got a solution win the lottery, but the conclusion that we just talked about was drawn by research done at New York University in therapist, Julie nice tells us, you know, we really didn't need a study to tell us this. No kidding. You need to have work life balance. And that means you got to work hard at work. Not too much and and the comfortable and play hard and be connected at home. When you're off work serious question, though. How can we do this? When a lot of us are struggling just to get by workplace culture expert. Joshua Evans says that's up to the people you work for and your boss may need to take the foot off the gas pedal, just a bit in a culture where it's expected for people to work sixty to seventy hours a week. I think we need to realize taking time away from work in truly unplugging and not being available can be very healthy for us. Not just physically, but also mentally adding that it will benefit you and your boss because when you're refreshed humour productive as opposed to when you're not. Well, again, we didn't need a study for this. No. I don't think we did. They here's what I wanna know who paid for the study your taxpayer dollars at work was it is his New York University is a private school. Okay. Well that helps. Yeah. Well, they get their money from somewhere sixty percent of workers say they've quit a job because of a bad, boss and management consultant, Bobby Albert said it's because the boss is often more focused on results then on the people. Give me results. Give me results. Give me more money. Give me more money. But the piece that is missing for being a good boss and a leader is this relationships. Imagine to the employees. Fifty eight percent of employees say they'd be willing to stay at a job with lower pay. If they worked for a great, boss. Our news time five oh six. Get this. Now, people are having problems with Kleenex. Because I have a tissue in my nose. No is because customers are complaining that the name man size. Tissues are sexist. Who we complain about that not the man Kleenex will rebrand the offending tissues. Kleenex extra-large. They were being sold only in the UK. But it touched off a social media conversation about what's in a name. So we're asking you, do you think man size is sexist, branding, KTAR dot com and our Facebook days most lopsided poll ever. I started expect maybe one or two yeses at the most. Okay. We all hate those red lights, right? Didn't like the red light cameras. But what would you like to do? If would you like it? If traffic lights would just totally disappear and new car technology taking over can happen. But maybe not too soon. Testing is underway in Europe on cars that can communicate with each other and don't need traffic lights to negotiate intersections. Vesey's cows. Back in your line. If you stray out emergency. That sort of thing. He's still got a long way KTAR car. Pro. Jerry Reynolds says we have too many beaters on the road. Now American got hundreds of these cars on the road. Frill says he could see this Sunday. But that day may be decades away. Scot Crowder and forty KTAR age the backup technology for that. I don't know berbie something five eight is our news time. Now, the Houston Texas looking for their fourth straight win on Sunday hitting the road to face the Jaguars JJ watt happy with the team's winning streak, but says things aren't perfect yet. Played. Well, but I, you know, we just you watch the film, and.
"amador" Discussed on Outside the Lines
"I wish you were with us for the last three minutes because we totally solved the whole Serena under report. I'm going to start with what Forbes magazine has done recently in quantifying the money in college football for so many years. The Texas Longhorn the UT program, the gold standard in terms of money coming in and now Forbes by their calculations. And I know the schools may kick at the numbers and say, that's not quite accurately calculated, but Texas an is on top as the most profitable generating the most one. But just look at these money regardless of who is on top. But an doing so much of that to one hundred and forty million of revenue in one hundred, seven million dollars a profit on the basis of contributions, half the top ten from the SEC. This is sport. We basically own your own brand. Yeah, there's TV money facing two things. You see if anybody says the word Amador athletics. Again, I'm going to just scream uncontrollably, might even shave and Secondly, the new tax law. What's that going to do this? Because the deductability of a lot of those contributions is now very much in question, but. One hundred seven million dollars to pay for a lot of scholarship. Yeah, new buildings. Yeah, you get outside the top thirty pile up and those numbers that we just showed our the reason that all the have nots chasing to be part of those numbers and they never will fools exactly. I Ryan who you got under reported. Well, my under reported deals with the players coalition and now come Jenkins Chris long. They recently spoke out on trying to end the practice of cash bail. Take a look and the US we say, people are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Are Joe show that that is only true for those with money, seventy percent of people in Joe have never been convicted of a crime. Many just cannot make money Bill. Here's what's so interesting about this. We in the media have spent so much time talking about the anthem whose kneeling what's happening with the anthem policy when this is the good that's coming out of what happened with the anthem situation, whether you're on the side of kneeling or not. This is what it's all about. This is the players coalition. These guys coming forward saying, we don't agree with the policy that is not. Not only it's a bipartisan thing. It's not only something that affects people of color. It affects people without means there are lots of people who've been in jail for years because they can't pay the bail. So these guys are speaking out on that. What I think is so great and I think people need to listen to is this is the players coalitions duty and job right now, what they're really doing. They're trying to help everyone. It doesn't have anything to do with the stance. On the anthem it has to do with helping people and players coalition dot org, I believe,.
"amador" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"Your boy was the only club pro to make the cut this week at the PGA championship. Tell me your favorite thing about your new king. I liked that he made more money the week prior winning the Texas State open than he did at the PGA championship. Number four. Some lady Amador in London may three home runs in the same day. Did you even believe this? Of course, I believe it just seems like a nice woman. I think you need to regain your trust and just enjoy these crazy hole in one. Stories as they come in number five, Torbjorn Olsen lost his golf clubs twice in the last ten days while in flight, how should he handle it? Normally, I would say don't get on Twitter or social media, but I think two times warrants that get up British Airways and whoever else is losing your clubs. Number six, Gary woodland. Brooks KEPCO play together. The PGA championship in people were mistaking them for one another was up with that. I don't know. They don't look anything alike. They're just too big, strong white dudes that play on the BGN tour at sounds a lot like us medium out. Exactly. Anyways, that's it for drop zone episode. Three, thanks for joining us this week. Next week, Ellen Shipman joins us here in the drop zone. All right. Well, that was the audio of our show. Like I said that was episode three and tier Hatton was our guest, and hopefully have more players like him. Join us in the future. As for another player in the number one player in the world. Dustin Johnson sat down with us, not on camera, but in a cozy little. What would you say? General manager space walk into the principal's office. Yeah. Well, here it is about fifteen minutes. Enjoy it. And we'll talk to you after. All right. We're here an Adidas shoot with Dustin Johnson world. Number-one your rap. She we could. We could talk for a minute and a half about everything you've done, but we just had the PGA championship finish in the first thing on Google right now under Dustin Johnson is Gulf channel. It says DJ finishes, twenty eight without a major..
"amador" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Out in NBA Dominic versus whoever's. Going to be, out there for me I'll go out and just do what I'm supposed to do doing. My job for the team because ultimately that's the whole goal is so that you know that this is going on in. Practice isn't a flute own. We we are going to be a really good pretender, just because we have weapons all over in just execute practice, starts at nine thirty this morning and is open to. The public LA, Rams GM less needs said that contract talks with holdout Aaron Donald are in the same zip code Asking for clarification he said I think we all know what that means zip code usually means you're close but you still haven't agreed the NC double a. adopted a sweeping series of policies and rule changes Wednesday hoping. Those changes will at least help clean up college basketball among. The significant changes allowing elite high school basketball. Recruits and college, players represented by agents who are certified by the NC double a. allowing eligible underclassmen to enter the NBA draft in return to school if undrafted introducing more rigorous certification requirements for summer Amador basketball events and imposing longer. Postseason, bans suspensions and increased recruiting restrictions for coaches who break rules the NC double a. put much of the responsibility for implementing these changes on the NBA and USA basketball doesn't sound like those two organizations really wanna do that plenty more fallout, from, the announcement to come we'll be in Interesting to see. How it all shakes out sports at fifteen and forty five..
"amador" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"A little foundation that might have been a store long ago or more interestingly the big, tailing piles that these guys left when you drive around there in the on, the western? Slope, of the Sierra you'll see these funny piles along dry Gulch is and things and you'll say what's that well those. Were places where guys had dug up the ground hoping to find gold and they just left the pile, air and now the earth has. Gone over? It and you've got trees growing out. Of it? And. So forth It's really quite interesting and fascinating yeah yeah yeah of course. In, Amador county and I get into this in the novel which goes back and forth in time as my main character searches, for a lost journal that may locate a lost river of gold and there, is such? Things, but he also gets involved with wine growing out there in the modern day in Amador well I can tell you. That we're not gonna wanna put this book down Bill migrate yeah I think this is a real keeper The book is available now it's called bound for gold I think you've done it again by golly thank you thank you I really do yeah yeah fascinating subject, down this is not the, first time I have been on with you and so I'm glad to hear you say. That, yeah bound for gold another another keeper and we will be back in just a. Moment, Frankie Boyer stay tuned biz talk radio.
Wimbledon 2018 -- Novak Djokovic advances to men's final vs. Kevin Anderson
"The crippled you center in stockbridge rakes in sixty four million dollars a year for the state with most of that revenue coming back to the berkshires crippled you ceo barbara of a car my mission in terms of the impact on our community and we're doing that in ways that deliver the pack of wellness the study says four out of every five of the senators five hundred employees making thirty three to forty two thousand dollars a year live locally and that they bring back twenty seven million to the county the center annually draws forty thousand guests from all over the world bill marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time ten eleven man who certainly knows a yoga no don't don't well you look good in those yoga pants charlie berge run in the ace hticket dot com sports thirty good morning red sox offense clicked again last night scored seven times but toronto just about doubled the socks output it was blue jays thirteenth socks seven the final at fenway jays scored a lot early a lot late eight in the first three innings off sox starter rick portillo five in the final two innings off joe kelley and robby scott it was a one run game into the eighth before toronto pulled away job today i feel like getting traffic on baseball game no a second job on the competition they get back to socks jd martinez in cleveland the indians bpa six to five so the red sox lead in the east remains three and a half games at wimbledon novak djokovic rafael and the dow in a fifth in deciding set of their men's semifinal what a battle this has been it is now seven seven in the fifth set now the other men's semi went six and a half hours before kevin anderson eliminated john is ner in five sets the final set went twenty six twenty four andersen obviously i'm ecstatic to be through to the finals but at the same time you know you you feel like it's should be a draw i mean but you know somebody has to win that south africa's kevin anderson once that djokovic nidal match ends the women will take over the women's final has serena williams facing angelique kerber summer league basketball tonight celtics and miami out in vegas soccer and foxborough tonight the revolution and galaxy patrick brody of westwood wins a mass amador golf title beat her beacons of kingston four and three they played that over and hyde park at.
Southwest Airlines bookings drop after first passenger fatality
"Located inside the courtroom very often in alameda county or any bay area county for that matter folks show up for a domestic violence hearing the judge makes a decision and it's up to the victim and the accused figure out what's next chad thinki says the new dedicated domestic violence court will serve as a kind of one stop shop he's the executive officer for alameda county superior court let's see the domestic violence victim needs a referral to a shelter community folks will be there in the courtroom and they just the judge can say you know talk to this person over here they will get you you wind up with a shelter or if the perpetrator if the judge says you know i need you to go to anger management go talk to this person over there they will get you into the right place think he says domestic violence filings can still be made at the oakland courthouse on falun street or at the hayward courthouse on amador street but the hearings will only take place in hayward jeffrey schaub kcbs southwest airlines are seeing a drop in passengers following that harrowing incident when an engine broke apart killing a woman on the plane we get the story from john baird with our own new sister station knx in los angeles it was the first passenger death on a domestic airline in nearly a decade a window was shattered and a woman sitting next to died she was almost sucked out of the airplane southwest expects that revenue per miles flown will likely fall three percent this quarter because it stopped advertising for a while after the accident passengers flying in and out of lax say it didn't scare them away from flying south whilst it's like a one in a million chance or something like that is going to happen i mean there's humans involved in these types of things and every now and then sun's gonna south west shed two months ago the incident scared some travelers away but bookings haven't even worse than expected that is john baird in southern california now from the small business pulse bay area for the most popular collaborative communication software checkout skype slacker google hangouts for more tips go to small business pulse dot com slash bay area sponsored by canopy health under.
"amador" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Member station k q e d has more i there was a group text then a facebook event tweets instagram posts and by evening dozens of students and parents from all over the bay area were gathered in front of city hall demanding that lawmakers take action eighteen year old high school senior lola amador addressed the crowd we sat our thoughts and prayers start a conversation not one because we know that thoughts and prayers are not enough amador and other speakers called for specific gun control measures like universal background checks and for more funding for research on gun violence for npr news i'm vanessa ron canio in san francisco the republican controlled house came up short on votes yesterday to approve nearly nine hundred billion dollar farm bill npr susan davis explains why it failed house republicans support the underlying farm bill in the new work requirements in it to qualify for food stamps but a block of conservatives voted with democrats to defeat the bill as part of a pressure campaign on party leaders to bring up unrelated immigration legislation gop leaders offered no such commitment and now the fate of both farm and immigration legislation is unclear npr's susan davis missouri lawmakers have begun a special legislative session to consider whether to impeach governor era greitens marshall griffin of saint louis public radio reports crichton's a republican is being investigated by state house committee over allegations he violently coerced a woman into having sex during an extramarital affair with her he's also accused of illegally using charities donor lists to raise money for his campaign for governor fellow republican house speaker todd richardson says the full house isn't scheduled to meet yet but the committee will resume its its work as an investigatory body and when we have an idea of when the house will be back we'll let you know if the missouri house and peaches the governor the senate will meet later to select judges who will decide whether to remove him from office richardson and other lawmakers have called on the governor to resign but brighton says he's committed no crimes and that he's the victim of a witchhunt for npr news i'm marshall griffin in jefferson city missouri teachers in south carolina are expected at the state house in columbia today to try to convince lawmakers to.
"amador" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"That club unless they are caddying or you know they're working in you know in the kitchen or serving and earl it had a few cocktails is he was wanted to do and tigers holding the trophy inside a merchandise tent basking in the glow of his come from behind victory over buddy marucci and earl grabs a trophy and and goes on this like two minute rant that was appalling frankly to a lot of the club members who jeff talked to including exactly the phrase that you said to him you know bobby jones arguably the greatest amador player in the history of the game can kiss my son's black ask and that was i mean talk about stopping the music right there and tiger found himself in that kind of situation time and time again with his father you know and it just he handled it with with grace but i can't imagine as a son to a father having to deal with that in the most public kind of situations in it in it really did color tigers you know that like father like son adage the apple doesn't fall far from the tree tiger took on parts of earls personality certainly the entitlement certainly the distrust of the media and really the distrust of of people that were there were there to do nothing but help tiger tiger didn't see them as any oftentimes any more than avenues to get what he wanted done and you know to the real detriment of some some people that wanted nothing more than to have a thank you or an acknowledgment of what they had done.
Fentanyl Blamed for Apparent Overdoses That Killed California Prisoner, Sickened Others
"Loan debt finally more than nine and ten say the became a teacher out of a desire to do good on your cabinets npr news a c one thirty military cargo plane has crashed in savannah georgia killing at least five people the air national guard aircraft was on a training mission gina bilbo with the f ing ten county sheriff's office says power and rail services out in the area and a large section of georgia highway twenty one is closed indefinitely it's jeff and wreckage and and and and it's a crash site and so everything has to be documented thoroughly before anything can be touched the air force says the plane belonged to the one hundred and fifty sixth air wing out of puerto rico the federal reserve has emerged from its monthly meeting leaving its key shortterm interest rate unchanged despite signs that inflation is edging up few analysts expect an aggressive push in rate hikes the next one is expected in june on wall street the dow is down thirty seven points this is npr from k q e d news i'm paul land core state tests have found that fenton is the narcotic responsible for overdoses believed to have killed one inmate and sick and a dozen others at mule creek state prison last month k q weedays ted goldberg reports the april twenty first overdoses sent ten inmates at the state lockup in amador county to outside hospitals and they prompted an investigation by state prison officials and local authorities the inmate who was killed has been identified as bo cooper the forty five year old prisoner was serving a life sentence for first degree murder in san diego county corrections officials say drug overdoses are the fifth leading cause of death inside the prison system between september of two thousand fifteen and july twenty sixteen seven state inmates died from apparent fencing all overdoses according to reports compiled by the office of inspector general that oversees california's prisons i'm ted goldberg cake news the founder of the iconic dykes on bikes motorcycle contingent that starts every san francisco gay pride parade has died sunny wolf got the idea for the group in one thousand nine hundred seventy six and a friend brooke oliver says wolf wanted to reclaim the word dyke from people who used it in a negative way and figure that writing.
"amador" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Of homes in north data county deputy stella's there have been over a dozen reports since april eighth and they're all smash and grab style car thefts detective say the thieves smashing into cars hidden springs amador and north boise foothills areas burglars basically going up to the car they smashed the window they reach in steal a purse or the backpack or the computer or whatever whatever valuable item is in the car that they're seeing right there on the front seat deputies say the thefts are happening at night while cars you're parked right outside of a home ku i two tv reports ada county sheriff's office just wants to remind you it's always a better idea to bring your valuables inside or if you're gonna leave him in the car leave him in the trunk where nobody could see it deputies ask if anyone has any information about the break ins call crime stoppers you could be eligible for a reward in other news the cost of recycling has gone way up and now it's expensive to the point that the county is it really sure that they can keep the recycling program without charging you more for it and county commissioner dave case was guest here on six seventy k b o i and says well they held up public meeting on wednesday night to discuss the issue the results of a recent survey as well on that issue the result of that was forty forty seven percent of the population wanted was willing to pay the extra dollar twenty five per household per month to continue with recycling and forty two percent of them said now get rid of it so there's there's you know ten percent in there that varied one way or another and the rest was so it's kinda evenly split he also says the decision or the discussion that is went very well but a decision has yet to be made they'll probably have to make final call on this though by the end of may so if you want to join that discussion you're gonna wanna get in on that here fairly quickly with that survey and ada county is growing at a rate of about two percent per year which means higher home values higher gas prices more demand on services assessor bob mcquaid says that growth.
"amador" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"No micromanagement right so he lets you lose he gives you the resources and he says look you're not gonna get any more chrysler in university do your thing it's what i say to my adrenaline filmmakers during that short film workshop i say look when you're in a box the only way out is up right so i feel like by having these really strict parral amador's we made a better film as a result and and honestly you know jason has incredible staff any surrounds himself with really talented people understand the way he makes movies but by and large you know he's pretty hands off one thing he said to me i went out to lunch with them right before production and i said we worked with all these amazing filmmakers who suddenly come to you and worked in this model you know what advice would you give me not gonna acquainting myself with them but you know what i'm saying he's seen all these filmmakers come through and i said i was looking for some advice as i began the process and he said to me the one thing i can't abide is when we're watching the movie together for the first time there's a scene that doesn't work and i turned to you and i say that scene doesn't work and you say to me yeah i knew it wasn't going to work when you're shooting it i'm gonna lose my mind he said i can't handle that it you know something is not working while you're doing it pick up the phone and call me because i'm gonna leave you alone i'm gonna let you make your movie but if you know that you're in trouble if you know there's a problem if you know my people are pushing you to do something you don't want to do and it's the wrong choice call me up get me involved in the process so we can fix it now because it's much easier to fix it when you're in the middle of it then it try to go.
"amador" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"Money okay so most of our clients they want to grow okay they're in the growth phase of their business they haven't reached the pinnacle they're not ready to settle down start a family of diversified portfolio so what we do is apparently marie ceo is not as agnostic and ask classes as he said he was because he loves real estate we are completely agnostic because we're not financial advisers we don't have an asset what we do is we help people decide what asset class they should be investing if you look at the difference between a professional investor in amador investor a professional investor is very focused professional investor professional investor professional investor okay so we have a professional investor here his ass class is real estate specifically single family homes this is what's right for him women professional duster down here which is crypto currency what's right for him is cryptocurrency he knows crypto currency i knew nothing about cryptocurrency i'd be an idiot to invest crypto currency i literally be an idiot investing crypto currency real state can be the same thing we saw how many idiots are in this room including myself that thought we knew what we were doing in two thousand five thousand six right in two thousand seven we found out we were not so smart so finding what you love to do the veloping strategy or plan of action for that one type of asset that you are going to love doing crypto currency whatever it is and then creating that investment decision.
"amador" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The butte fire up in amador county uh one of their power lines was not properly maintained it was blamed by investigators for a fire that burns seventy thousand acres of burned down about five hundred homes killed two people are they were fined a point three million dollars by the pc there was a huge series of fires people my remember in two thousand and seven in san diego it with found that the san diego gas and electric had the power line problems that caused that they are facing hundreds of millions of dollars in claims and lawsuits these things are very expensive and uh you know as i say the fire crews are still investigating the causes of these fires but if pg any if their equipment as is found to be at fault there is going to be a process it's going to go over many months and years goes to the for you see yes sir and it's probably going to be similar to the sand bruno gasline explosions were talking major investigations hundreds of millions of dollars of potential liability as being assent bruno we had site senator jury hill speaking out about this and saying if there is little culpability herewith pg any we're going to have to really the sexually turned into a public utility yeah he has been nino of following the sampurna thing obviously since that's his area for the last seven or eight years and he told me yesterday that this would be the last straw for him now we don't put the cart ahead of the horsehair their stall lots of be investigated and and certainly i'm going to expect that firecrews sent far investigators are looking at this as one of the main potential causes if it's found out that pge lines did caused this problem what we're going to end up seeing is pg any arguing that it was an act of god that the winds were too strong and then we'll have to see what were the standards to how how strong should lines b what kind of wind should they be able to withstand are already suggesting some of that i mean do they responded you talk to met nominathpyy any so this is all speculative the well he he said there was speculative but they also said and all in all read the statement quoted these destructive winds along with millions of trees as a weakened by years of drought in recent renewed vegetation.
"amador" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"On three of the first five holes he birdied the parfive fifteen and bogeyed his final hole he is a sponsor exemption one of three amador's to play in the event steph with our michael collins i know it's not how you wanted to finish with a bogey at the end but i wanna start at the beginning at their first hole what got to you what surprise you in the beginning of israel cooler for their own everything was kind of as expected hit some balls and the rains in some good says governor is getting in the other room and then associate your name in the icc a loss of limbs and just didn't know what to do so this really just try to focus on getting the ball and they're called it a cinema first on its or was in the cook but was not in the right kogo cupholder upholder it was not good when you have to call rules officials over on the first the first good at a good man this is an unbelievable environments at flew alongside these professions that are just amazing talusso on this when did the nerves when the butterflies you feel like you got comfortable 'cause you're putting speed was phenomenal all day but when did you find feel comfortable probably like the fourth hole which is our third save tomorrow thirteen today when i hit a hitler first fairway which is no walk up the fairly you see your go there china with it that was the first i'm actually gonna decided that if newroz door inches could focus on each others as it just like i said enjoyed or moon now you've got to tell me about that birdie putt on the parthree when you make the bomb and you you.