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"bodeen" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"bodeen" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"If I now I have been joking that criminal justice reform would takes away. The justice. Part of it replaces it with tickle fights. And that one of the things that has been suggested is, you know, reducing the pain of prison and imprisonment. Replacing it with tickle farms, right. Just idea of tickle farms, and that's completely completely tongue in cheek. However, do you know what they want to call these things that they want to replace? The juvenile hall with Safe and secure healing centers. Now I know not all juvenile criminals are built the same. I've said it repeatedly. I'm up for having the conversation of treating them differently, depending on the case, right? Or some kids who end up in the system because of extreme poverty. There's some kids who end up in gangs because of poverty and circumstance. And then there are kids that are evil and show themselves to you early on. And I just feel like gas. Caan's latest No juveniles will be tried as adults is ridiculous because the system is not set up. The juvenile system is not set up. To handle a child murderer. It's just It doesn't work that way. So what do you do with them? And there's a spectrum. It's not just the kid who steals from the store because he although that kid it wouldn't go to a juvenile hall, you got to do something pretty serious to end up locked up as a juvenile. Um like gang activity. But you know, there's a whole spectrum of criminals out there that are juvenile's just like the spectrum of adult criminals, and you can't just say Well, they're all coming from bad circumstances. So let's just shut down all the juvenile halls and put them in care centers. Because some of those kids air really bad, like these air, really dangerous places for the kid that may steal from the store, right? You just can transfer that entire spectrum to the care centers. One of the really bad kids. How are they going to cause such terror for the kids who aren't that bad? Hi. The The separate facilities for juveniles in California were really born out of a change, you know, eight decades ago where they wanted to take the kids, these younger kids teenagers from being locked up alongside their you know older brothers who were only going to teach them the ways of criminality. And came up with juvenile justice, the division of juvenile justice. But now that is being dismantled. They want to concentrate more on the rehabilitation. They want to realign juvenile justice systems from the state and push it back down to local authorities. The county's basically For example, in L. A and San Francisco We know that they have plans because of Chester Bodeen in San Francisco and George Gascogne here in l. A. They're gonna lock up fewer young people convicted of crimes period. It's not that crime is going down or that there are fewer of young people committing crimes. I mean, not last year compared to the year before, but they're saying we will not. Prosecute these people now, to your point about there being some who need to have some amount of punishment. You're still not doing that if you're going to replace these juvenile justice centers with something called the safe and secure healing center. There is one benefit to that. And that is that they're closer to home. What is that a benefit? Or does it just allow them to buy their time? Say what needs to be said to the people who are taking care of them there, which, by the way, you're not even trained law enforcement, according to this plan. They're just biding their time until they could go back to their community and commit more crime. Over the years and media announced that and you know, there's something to the psychology of your a bad kid. I'm locking you up. And then you believe that you're a bad kid, and you continue to be a bad kid becomes a self fulfilling prophecy. I understand that, you know, um They said that over the decades the media and outside monitors repeatedly documented excessive force by California Youth Authority staff, substandard schooling, haphazard therapy. They say these were fueling receptive ism rates of up to 75%. 75% of these kids were getting out and committing more crimes. Was it because of the substandard schooling and the bad therapy Excessive force. There was some of These situations. You know, you can put the kids in the care center right? For what? Three years or whatever the sentences. But then if it stops there, if your care your outrage, your rehab stops there, The kid goes back to the same situation that caused him to get into crime in the first place. And that's where the receipt of ism comes in. I don't think it is as much to do with the treatment inside. It's when they get released. How is their situation? Improved? Well. And I think we're both. I mean, you've said it many times that we're open to the conversation about reforming certain aspects of the justice system. But there's one thing that you can't do away with. Even if you're going to a safe and secure healing center, staffed by people who have served in jail or prison time, put their lives back together and could be an example for these kids who have, you know, showing up on the wrong side. You're taking away. Consequences for negative behavior. I don't think that the safe and secure the healing center sounds like a you know, a All expense paid vacation somewhere in the Caribbean. But there are no negative consequences for negative behavior. When you do that, and I don't know why that has become I mean, that's a that's a basic Human Uh, quality. I suppose that if you do something.
"bodeen" Discussed on KGO 810
"They come in on KGO. You know, John Rothman is going to be hot on it. Matter fact I see him in the other room right now. Hello, Mr Rothman. Right now, though, I want to talk with you about something local. I want to talk with you about Chester Bodeen. There is a chest Modine and if you don't know, is the district attorney in San Francisco, His 10 years district attorney has been highly controversial, not because he's overzealous, but the opposite. There are some pretty good reasons that people are angry with Chester Bodine. Right now. The latest is the case of two pedestrians to women who were killed in San Francisco. This was on New Year's Eve by a parolee who was driving intoxicated in a stolen car. In possession of an illegal gun, illegal drugs, and he fled the scene. So it's a hit and run. He killed He killed two people. Turns out. He was released from a state prison sentence for robbery in April. He was arrested on suspicion of car theft in November and in December The D A did not bring charges against him. Then now one publication, I was reading reports that a source in the sandwiches go Police department says that this guy has been arrested in San Francisco alone. More than 50 times. 50 times. I mean, look, I've had Chesebro Dean on the show. He's pretty accessible. I liked the way he talked at the outset. I think it is really important to be compassionate as a prosecutor. But he has declined prosecution in too many cases. Compassion without good judgment isn't good for anybody. Chesebro Dean has allowed the people of San Francisco to be repeatedly victimized. And this is not what a district attorney is charged to do. I mean, sure, I think all of us most of us some of your not like this, but most of us We won't rehabilitation for nonviolent offenses where it's appropriate, but you cannot turn a blind eye to somebody who is just a complete repeat, offender over and over and over and over and over and over again. This is not three strikes that we're talking about. I think three strikes is kind of ridiculous. And I think it takes too much authority away from the judge and gives too much authority to prosecutors. And then prosecutors are all different. You know, whatever. The D A and San Francisco is certainly different from the D A. In New York, who is certainly different from the D A in Keokuk, Iowa. So, you know, I think three strikes is really dumb. However, what chess about it? I mean, I like the idea of rehabilitation, especially for drug offenders. I like that. I think it's important. I think the decriminalization of drugs is important. But there are other crimes that are also involved when people are drug addicts very often and some of those crimes. I mean, you may call them nonviolent crimes. But was somebody steals your car? That is a pretty big deal. When somebody burglarize is your home, that is a pretty big deal. It's terror. Rising and you are so violated. You feel so incredibly violated. This is not a minor thing. I got to tell you that since Chesebro Dean became the district attorney in San Francisco, crime has increased precipitously. So, yeah, be compassionate but have some common sense. Let's not forget this guy was convicted of robbery. That's that's violent crime. Using weapons. Yeah, he was. He was convicted. He was held in state prison and then he Woz hey, was released now. In November, He was arrested for auto burglary, possessing burglary tools and violating the terms of parole. That was in November on December 20th remember he killed these women on New Year's Day. Our New Year's Eve. On December 20th. He was arrested on suspicion of car theft and possessing stolen property, methamphetamine, burglary tools and drug paraphernalia. Now, what is chess? A Bodine say he says, Well, the guy was on parole. So I notified his parole officer, but you let him loose. You let him go? You didn't keep him in custody and charged him now, From what I understand This may be incorrect. If you know better you tell me 80 88 10, but from what I understand Parole officers tend not to revoke parole. They tend not to take serious action unless there are actually criminal charges that have been filed against somebody who's on parole. So Chester Bodine says, you know he's passing the buck. He's given the responsibility to the parole officer know you have a responsibility to the people of the city and county of San Francisco. That's why they hired you. You have a responsibility to protect them from criminals from skull flaws. You know, you just just seems Absolutely utterly ridiculous. And you failed. And as a result of that figure, you're two people are dead. Now I know there are a lot of people who think that it's the police who are behind this recall effort. I don't think that's true. I think it is simply people who are tired of the victimization and the increasing crime in San Francisco. I don't think it's true. But I do believe that the police probably support the recall effort. After all. The truth is way too often. The police do do their job. They make arrests, and then the DEA declines to prosecute. I told you that a source in the in the SFPD has told one publication at least Morning guy had more than 50 arrest. You would think 10 would be enough, even for San Francisco that would hit the threshold and said, Can you imagine being a cop? And bringing this guy in every month on serious charges like this district attorney declines to prosecute and a couple of TV reporters, two different stations. Confronted Booty. Did you say they see this? They had ABC accused him of deflecting, right. He just kinda, you know, meander his way through It. Basically basically blamed it on his employees. Because don't these parole officers work for him? I don't think so. I think they work for the state, don't they? Right away. He has, you know, jurisdiction over them. As far as what? What's gonna happen? Oh, he does person. Well, no. According to he can decide what's gonna happen to this arrestee. Right? Right. Exactly more than problem. I'm just so horrified by this again. I want to say it is really important and I don't want you to accuse me of getting out my pitchfork and my torch. I'm not looking for that. But Public officials. Have to be held accountable, and if they're not doing their jobs, they shouldn't have those jobs. That's not a pitchfork speaking. That is a person who cares about, you know, living in a safe community. This guy apparently does have issues with trucks. He has issues with methamphetamine. That's a really tough drug to kick that doesn't give him an excuse to perpetrate a horrific crimes against people. There are two people dead. Now. He has been arrested for that, and he has been charged with very, very serious crimes. He's going to go to prison if he is convicted, and he's likely to be convicted. There was a witness. He fled the scene. Thank God there was a witness who was able to tell the police what they saw. The police were able to find him and take him into custody. And this time he wasn't let go, so he is facing very, very serious charges. But These women You know if I have to say it. Had he been arrested when he should have been arrested. He likely would not have been out of prison are out of jail. To kill these women. Those are just the cold, hard facts of it. I don't see anything different from that. Look again. You have to have common sense..
"bodeen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Dot org's slash Broadway on PBS and the PBS video APP. Look at a herd of cows and their faces might all seem the same even if they are your own cows, so technologies being developed to identify cattle through facial recognition. Seth Bodine of member Station K. O S U reports that the goal is to track cattle in the event of disease. Partick Calvert. The only way to tell his cows apart is with colorful ear tags. Take those off and it gets a little tricky It be time for me to say, Oh, well, That's 24 match. Obviously the only Red County heard 48 I'd be able to tell her, but cows have unique faces. Just like humans. Facial recognition technology can pick up on about 200 key measurement points to identify a human face What's known as biometrics. It Turns out that concept works for cows to an artificial intelligence is really good at it. The artificial intelligence looked at the pictures for millions of generations. Effectively taught it so which features of the boat buying head were most characteristic of the species. That's Casey Olson, He teaches range livestock nutrition at Kansas State University. He and his team showed the AI a lot of cow pictures. Then they played a game. We'll call it. Have you seen this cow 94% of the time artificial intelligence got the right answer. The ultimate goal is to develop an APP called cattle tracks. Ranchers would snap a picture of the cow than sent it to a database that show Hoagland's company is developing. He says it could lead to a speedier way to track a sick cow. We could trace it and quarantine it and Manager, much like we're dealing today with the coronavirus. You know, if you can get on top of it early, you can control it. Highly infectious illness, like hoof and mouth disease could all but shut down the cattle industry. Disrupting that supply of meat. Right now, Cows have to be tracked painstakingly through paper documents and sales records to figure out how far disease has potentially spread. Rustling. Biggs is a beef extension specialist at Oklahoma State University. We need to be able to limit it because undoubtedly, we will have significant interruptions in our supply chain here in the United States. Our export markets will undoubtedly cut us off. The U. S Department of Agriculture has been eyeing radio Elektronik ear tags to replace metal tags as official ideas now used widely for cows that travel between states. But these tags air met with resistance from ranchers because of cost. That's why, though Calver isn't yet sold on the technology, once facial recognition for cows becomes available, he expects ranchers to embrace It is a $9 even a $20 a year subscription to a phone app is gonna be Far cheaper than tagging 500 calves with R F i D tags. The USDA says it's aware of research in the cattle facial recognition and will continue to evaluate it as a possible way too easily identify and trace millions of cows. For NPR news. I'm Seth Bodeen in Oklahoma City. This is all things considered on W. N Y. C. I'm Shawn Carlson. This week. We're focusing on musical journeys to the Sahara and to the deserts of the American Southwest, but also on a song that focuses on the here and now. With us, as usual is John Schaefer, host of W and my sees new sounds to talk about this week in music. Hey, John. Hi, Sean. So let's start with that song We mentioned Tori Amos has just put out a new single called Better Angels, and it'll be on her next EP called Christmas Tide. S So Is this a holiday? Some? Not not really. Although, if we consider Auld Lang Zain Holiday song. I guess this would have to qualify to the song is called Better Angels, and it starts with the line. What a year to be here, So it's really about the hope that we can overcome obstacles and that Challenges will bring out our better nature on Tori Amos is music here seems to reflect the turbulence of this year because it has these tricky shifting rhythms and lots of distortion effects on the guitars. Please. Opening him See? See that's better. Angels By Tori Amos. Her new EP Christmas Tide comes.
"bodeen" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Look at a herd of cows and their faces might all seem the same even if they are your own cows, so technologies being developed to identify cattle through facial recognition. Seth Bodine of member Station K. O S U reports that the goal is to track cattle in the event of disease. Fergie cover. The only way to tell his cows apart is with colorful ear tags. Take those off and it gets a little tricky It be tough for me to say. Oh, well. That's 24 minutes. Obviously the only Red County heard 48. I'd be able to tell her but council's unique faces just like humans. Facial recognition technology can pick up on about 200 key measurement points to identify a human face What's known as biometrics. It Turns out that concept works for cows to an artificial intelligence is really good at it. The artificial intelligence looked at the pictures for millions of generations. And effectively target so which features of the bovine head were most characteristic of the species. That's Casey Olson, He teaches range livestock nutrition at Kansas State University. He and his team showed the AI a lot of cow pictures. Then they played a game will call it Have you seen this cow 94% of the time Artificial intelligence got the right answer. The ultimate goal is to develop an APP called cattle tracks. Ranchers would snap a picture the cow than send it to a database that show Hoagland's company is developing. He says it could lead to a speedier way to track a sick cow. We could trace it on quarantine it and manage it much like we're dealing today with the coronavirus. You know, if you can get on top of it early, you can control it. Highly infectious illness like hoof and mouth disease could all but shut down the cattle industry. Disrupting that supply of meat. Right now, Cows have to be attract painstakingly through paper documents and sales records to figure out how far a disease has potentially spread. Rustling. Biggs is a beef extension specialist at Oklahoma State University. We need to be able to limit it because undoubtedly, we will have significant interruptions in our supply chain here in the United States. Our export markets will undoubtedly cut us off. The U. S Department of Agriculture has been eyeing radio electronic ear tags to replace metal tags as official ideas now used widely for cows that travel between states. But these tags air met with resistance from ranchers because of cost. That's why, though Calvert isn't yet sold on the technology once facial recognition for cows becomes available. He expects ranchers to embrace It is a $9. Even a $20 a year subscription to a phone APP is gonna be far cheaper than tagging 500 calves with or if I d tags, the USDA says it's aware of research in the cattle facial recognition and will continue to evaluate it as a possible way too easily identify and trace millions of cows. For NPR news. I'm Seth Bodeen.
"bodeen" Discussed on KOMO
"Americans have turned out in record numbers way, have minutes to make sure every eligible voter some believe appointing electors to vote for president was originally a means of protecting white supremacy and slave owning states Activist and former Seattle mayoral candidate Nikita Oliver Tweets, The Electoral College is deeply racist. Period. Republican elected leaders in our state say President Trump has the right to challenge the election spokesperson for Spokane, US representative Cathy McMorris, Rodgers tell the spokesman Review quote Kathy believes President Trump has every right to seek legal recourse response to allegations of voter fraud. U. S representative Jamie Herrera Beutler Vancouver's more measured, saying the president has the right to press his claims in court that, she adds, We have not seen the evidence that would change the outcome or overturn the election. Daughter of an Olympia murder victim more than a decade ago, is still looking for answers. 37 year old Karen Bodeen was found dead by an old gravel quarry near 13 years ago. And nearly 13 years ago, no one has been arrested. Her daughter, Carly has paid for a new billboard in Olympia. Trying to solicit more information. She talked with the Olympia. Don't think about it. Whether it's a good memory or a bad memory or something. Something crosses my mind. The Thurston County Sheriff's Office is a handful of people of interest in the case. The next in person, Emerald City comic con won't be held until December of next year. This year's comic con was originally scheduled from March. Then was pushed back to August in the holds, the pandemic would subside when that didn't happen. The in person event celebrating film television comics, another pop culture was transformed to a virtual gathering coma news time 7 40 from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. Thunderstorms in the November Masters. Golf weather Forecasters Como's Bill Schwartz temperatures in the mid to high seventies this week in Georgia as golf contest His final major of the year could be some wet fairways and rough tomorrow advantaged along hitting US open champion Bryson de Shambo, and I'm trying, You know a driver this week that may help me a little, even a little bit further, so we'll see No Masters patrons allowed at Augusta National backto work for the Seahawks ahead of Sunday's NFC West football. Showdown in Los Angeles. The Rams We're coming off a bye weekend. A complete football team, according to Hawks head coach Pete Carroll. They're balanced, They can run it. They throw it played a really good defense or special teams were solid. Seattle secondary dealing with injuries again Corners Shaquille Griffin and Quinton Dunbar with hamstring and the issues respectively, in college Football. Washington State, a 10 point homefield underdog Saturday afternoon against Oregon. Vegas Odds makers like the Washington Huskies at home by 10 points Saturday night against the Oregon State Beavers, Sports of 10 and 40. After the hour, Bill Schwarz come on news..
"bodeen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"What can we glean thus far from the early vote? This record early vote that we've seen across the country, which is Michael mentioned nearly 100 million Malin and in person, early ballots have already been cast. I think the biggest thing that we can glean is that we're in a pandemic. Bodeen in person is a little more difficult this year in states responded to that We saw a vast majority of states make some sort of accommodation to voters. Whether it was how they melt their ballot, who was able to mail a ballot to really make sure that people knew that they could go and get out the vote. It's going to be very interesting to see how many of the state's continue those laws and the practices into the next several elections. I imagine it's going to be very interesting as well. To see just what kind of turnout we get on Election day itself when, as you mentioned, a pandemic is still going on. And from what we've heard from the Trump campaign, they're counting on a surge of voters. On their side it coming out today. Absolutely. The Trump has sort of been giving this message for months now questioning the authenticity of melon voting, absentee voting. We should just note here that they haven't really showed any proof that there is widespread fraud and that it is definitely encouraged his supporters to come out on Election Day. Also, I was doing research on this talking with some experts, and they mentioned that there are other groups of individuals, including blacks, Hispanics, who do tend to feel more comfortable voting in person, rather than putting their Bella in the mailbox. And wondering whether or not it's going to get there in our last minute here, Emily what kind of legal preparations are being made here? We heard from the president that he's planning on having his lawyers come out on election night itself. What about the Biden campaign? What kind of preparations are they doing? I mean, the lawyers have been out for months for both sides. There have been so many legal cases through this, especially a state tried to change the rules to accommodate or more or less absentee and Mel and voting. So you know that there's been a bunch of litigation throughout this entire campaign. Whether or not we're going to see more after tonight after this week, I think depends on how close to the election is, the more narrow it is. I think the more opportunity either campaign is going to see to be able to challenge the results over government reporter Emily Wilkins, part of our team, covering election Night and beyond, Emily again. Thank you for being with us this morning, Karen. All right, Nathan. Thank you. It's 5.
"bodeen" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Some of the damage from the previous quarter with Corona virus lockdowns caused the economy to shrink by 9%. GDP is still about 3.5% smaller than it was before the pandemic struck. Forecasters expect slower economic growth in the last three months the year especially if we continue to see high levels of new Corona virus infections. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington Down was up 139 points. The NASDAQ was 180 points. This's NPR. About 280,000. People in Oklahoma are still without power following a powerful ice storm that hit large parts of the state. South Bodeen. Remember station K O s U has more With power lines across the state down by the ice. Many people have been living without lights or heat since Monday, some roads remained blocked by the power lines and broken tree limbs. Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt declared a state of emergency. In the American Red Cross has set up several warming stations for people to escape the cold On the first day of early voting in the states. Some election boards like Oklahoma County are operating on backup power generators. And using a paper voting system means there are no significant interruptions to the voting process for NPR news. I'm Seth Bodeen in Oklahoma City. Iran's foreign minister is strongly condemning a knife attack that killed three people in southern France, calling it a terrorist attack. David's Arif and a statement on Twitter today, saying, We strongly condemned today's terror attack in nice going on to say such actions must be replaced by reason. Insanity.
"bodeen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"We have trump leading By 18 points among those who say they're gonna wait until election day. That kind of reflect how Democrats and Republicans Biden the borders Trump supporters are viewing the corona virus and viewing safety and our have a level of of enthusiasm. So right now we are seeing Of a zoo. This moment, depending on when you era Azad this moment, there's 16 million people who have voted already. That's just an incredible turnout. But it is clear just visually, as well as by voter registration that neither Democrats and these air Biden supporters, Justus what the polls were showing now on Election Day. We'll see how many Trump supporters come out. I'm joined by legendary political pollster and strategist John Zogby. They talk about polling and the 2020 election. Let's talk about exit polling for a minute. Some numbers everyone will see. Come Election Day. What does that attempt to show and how much stock should people put in those numbers on November 3rd? Yeah. The, UM The exit polls have been geared for Election Day Polling on ly, although now there will feature uh, telephone survey of people who have already voted. You used to be able to go to the bank with the exit polls that leaked out about one o'clock in the afternoon. But right now, the real value of exit polls is what they tell us about who's voting and why they voted not so much you know who's actually going to win the election if it's a close result. No pole can can, you know with certainty? Tell you including an exit holes, uh, that somebody's gonna win by one half of a percent. I've been very fortunate. I've been able to nail some of those, but you know, that's not how I want to market my brand. I want to market my brand of somebody who smartly and tries to be as accurately as possible in the polling. Uh, but the point is, you should be looking at what were the major issues. What What were the drivers who voted Was it did young people show up in large numbers old people in larger numbers? What percentage of the exit polls are black and Latino and those appear to be reflective of what the pre election polls there are saying that you get some sort of an idea what's going on? Final question for you. Obviously, All of this isn't an exact science. But just to reiterate what of the key items everyone should be most focused on when taking a look at polling between now and election Day. They should take a look at the samples and just drill just a little deeper. How many Democrats and how many Republicans Aaron the sample That's number one number two. Are there any key groups that each side needs that have a high undecided? So, for example, Biden needs black voters. If we see the number of undecided going up in the last couple of days, that means they're rejecting Joe Biden. If the numbers of undecided among blacks go down, and they go into the Biden column that he's gonna win among blacks where he needs to be and win the election, same thing, say, with evangelical Christians, and Donald Trump, John Zogby, longtime political pollster and strategist, John Thank you so much for taking the time to break all of that down for us. We appreciate it. Thanks so much. Ryan picker. All right. Still to come on the show this evening at 806. I'll be joined by Spectrum news 13 reporter Curtis Macleod to talk about some of the changes the state has made to their corona virus data. We're gonna get into that in a whole lot more tons on the way here on PM Tampa Bay. Don't you sure about this? We do it we got to do. The final season of supernatural is revving up our last chance. Our one shot Let's go time and tonight. Tomorrow is dangerous. You can't just charge in. She's athletic city Sounds. A trip. May hunt is on Bodeen. Miss me. How'd you find us? But Sam and Dean are a little off I smile Deal..
"bodeen" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Armstrong and getting show Good Morning America and the Today show going with the woman at the high school football game got taste for not wearing a mask. I suppose we should get to that story at some point. We don't know. We're gonna talk along he chan about coming up. But one thing is there a couple of poles out that don't look particularly good for Trump. We mold or just a snapshot in time, Jack. Thank you for that information. Um, got which pulse all of them. Okay? I don't know if you've picked your first song for your wedding yet, Michael, But we have a list here of the songs that couples tend to stay together. If that was the first song and the song that couples tend to get divorced if it was their first song for their first dance, which is kind of funny. I didn't know anybody never looked at that before, So I got all this stuff coming up today. I'll never forget that first dance with Judy. Actually, I can't remember. What song it wass. I have no idea. It's overrated. An important murder? Yeah, I I don't even know if we chose one. We're going with Xanadu by Olivia Newton John. Yes, you get out there. Show your moves. So perhaps you've heard a rumor that the Bay Area of California is nuts and Nancy Pelosi, San Francisco values. Don't represent America's. Well. My disclaimer is that there are plenty of great, hardworking, reasonable Americans in the Bay Area. They're just outnumbered by the nuts. To wit, a number of stories here. Where do I begin? Buser Clea, California has banned junk food at grocery checkout aisles. Because you and the merchant can't decide what they should sell. And you should buy. The government needs to decide that for you. It's funny for all the freaks and talk about do your own thing. They want you to do their thing to also, we could go with one San Francisco neighborhood has seen a 75% increase in burglaries. Orders. If that has anything to do with the crazy Marxist DHHS of Odin, who, interestingly enough was Hugo Chavez's interpreter in Venezuela. Wow! The communist dictator and This story is so interesting. You were that close to Hugo. He was considered a hero in Venezuela because he told him his parents were political prisoners in the US Which is not true. They're in prison for murdered. Murdered during a burglary is members of the weather underground political prisoners in the United States and that's something, but he became a celebrated man in communist Venezuela. And was elevated to Hugo Chavez translator. And then he came back to the U. S of a and is now the district attorney in San Francisco. And he's one of those people only commit crimes because of the patriarchy and white supremacy. Wow, guys, So love this note from Matt. Oh, and he attach is a link to This this program that the D H s a Bodeen created. It's a pilot program to help small businesses repair smashed windows. So he and the city fathers won't do anything about rioters. But now they're trying to use taxpayer money to fix the windows. I love the way Matt puts it. There are no words from a former San Francisco resident. The backwards city, San Francisco is taking a new approach to government that goes like this step one have the highest taxes in the nation step to spend that money on anything but law enforcement. Step three watch the alarming increase in property crimes do nothing step for nominate a D. A. Who believes his job is to free criminals. Step five used tax revenues to compensate victims of those property crimes. Six. Repeat until insolvency. Matt that is brilliant, but it is really good. Well, said my friend, and that's some high level stuff right there. Yeah, sure enough, man wack a doodle ville. I can tell you a little bit more about the burglary thing, but There's an attitude in San Francisco seriously, and I want you to try this on for size in You know, wherever people are listening West Texas in Salt Lake City, all across this country in the Midwest. Joe and Dayton. I want you to try this on for size. They don't even arrest burglars. They don't try. You don't really respond. You can file a report if you want, But I'm not sure why you're bothering in San Francisco anyway. Ah, quick note on a different, you know, aspect of your security and that's your car and incredibly expensive company..
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"Million A dead cat money Now with the restructure the dead cat money parachuting forward. Be $14 million. So we're not, you know, wanna overreact and we've got to get all the intel medically. But let's you see, we know what the future brings. But you need him. Now. You're lost Nick both. So he's not coming back. He's not walking through that door. When will do forward and what can't what's the nature of the injury and a neck injury that turns into a back? It sounds very severe. Quite possibly, and I know they're concerned. About it. So it's football. Guys get hurt happens all the time. Sometimes you get a guy you know very unexpected and unexpected inexpensively, and it turns out to be great and other times you Via premiere, but they that they had to improve the pass rush. And the one think polio will speak to It's not enough even to have one. Aziz. Good. His neck. Bosa is if he's the only one And we'll just slide our protection in 97. We're going to chip him. We're gonna double him. Going to run away from him if you have to, like Mathis and Freeney like Bill head in Indianapolis earlier with Bruce Smith and others in Buffalo. What do you do? So that's why D Ford was so important. Next production, everybody, you don't Nick. They were talking about him being defensive Player of the year last year after Carolina game, But why did this numbers fall off one? You played him too much. And two. You didn't have the Ford coming off the other side. They could slide protection his way so it's not enough to have one of these guys. You got to have two, so that's what they did, They said. We're sitting in number two Time's going. Take Tyler Murray. We're going to get both. Said Number two. Let's give up a future to to get the other past Russia. Look a Dee Ford. And at the time he was coming off his best year in the league, and he's got Von Miller first step quickness. And he gave you some of those snaps at 2 22, where last year where he was good, John, but It was worth the gamble to do it in a gotcha within the Superbowl seven minutes away. And now They're both hurt. And you know, both is not playing this year and I just And Ziggy Ansa and Dion Jordan give you anything here. You are going to get Ronald Blair back at some point, which I think does factors in and that's right around the the trading deadline. I gotta ask Bill Polian about Fabio. You know, would you? Would you go out and get Clay Matthews? As a situational guy. He would need to stand up. Guy probably wouldn't be in the base, but him coming in your sub package need up to quarterback which is what you're looking for. So there are other names out there T systems out there. I thought he was done last year. But you know, you never know where their bodies were at. But We're going to scour the world for pass rushers, but it's hard to find Nick Bodeen I find in Nick Bosa. And it's It's equally hard to find a guy like deformed. All right, so just a quick recap on Kyle again. We talked about D four. Don't look like Jimmy's gonna play. It's going to be Nick Mullins hasn't seen George Kittle the first time we'll be today, D J. Jones of Good news ankle hey, is good to go hey was asked about the service is just have to go out and play. That's not going to be moved, says he's confident in jet with the other two running backs. Out. Obviously, Jeff Wilson Junior will see him as far as the mask. Fine is concerned, and there was mass masks finds over the weekend and Monday night, Gruden got here with one as well, as did Sean Payton. Said he was disappointed doesn't want to spend that kind of money says as an organization, they've done a great job and he doesn't want to take away from that. He says. He got the message and we will do better. So there you go. Mask mask. Did you guys talk about the history of the mask Fines? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Another question is calling plays with that, uh, with weird. That's that's Ah, You know what John was struggling Jon Gruden. With it. And John, you know John at his post game press conference after the one in Vegas on Monday, he said I had the virus. I had Cove. It And as I What way? Didn't know he had it and then People thought he was lying about it. And he got indignant yesterday talking about it, but the reason was he did Tell his team erroneously that he had it. Musashi rich Musashi to special teams coordinator got on a zoom call one day and said. Coach isn't here. He's actually study was in the hospital didn't so he did. He was dishonest about it once. So, the irony? I don't know when John got code, but I don't know how bad it was. I don't know what his symptoms are. The more symptoms you have, the more virus you have, then you would have the antibodies longer for it. And maybe his theory has already had it. I'm not going to get it again. I'm not gonna shed it. So I'm save your safe. I'm fine. I don't know what he's thinking. But you know, that is a matter because I've asked that 40 Niners about players like this Fred Warner have to wear a mask around. Assuming Fred did have it. Never actually acknowledged that the answer is yes, but we don't know exactly what the immunity is for it and may not, you know, be as much as other viruses so Yeah, we talked about. I think the difference is for an offensive play caller. Like Belichick, and I don't even know better check have his upside down Sunday night. I don't know what you're doing with that it was about he doesn't call his son calls the defense and Josh McDaniels calls the offense for some coaches. It's more difficult. I don't think Andy Reid He's gone to the welder's mask. I don't think he's calling plays anymore. Think the enemy is and I think the enemy's calling them all. For a while. I thought, you know babies be enemy calling the run, and he's calling the past last year now see Andy talking at all. So it's a little easier if you're not a play caller, But one thing I'm gonna interview Kyle tomorrow. Is. You know how you think you have to practice that a little because he just not wear a mask during practice. So how does that you know? Can you be heard? How does it work? And you enunciate? Can Nick here you just to speak through a mass when people go on TV? Some people leave the mask on and you could hear it's more difficult to hear. It's more muffled. So I think there's just a communication issue. With Kyle. And why he didn't wanna wear it. Robert Sala doesn't wear one. You know, he wears it like in hearing. I wonder why he didn't get fine. Why? They just singling out the head coaches. A lot of coordinators aren't wearing them. So in any of it. Yeah, we talked about it, and they Kyle said he'd be better But now what is he going to do it? Can he call plays? You gotta wear the Gator as that could work. I don't know if Kyle would ever go Andy Reid because it would seem like that would be easier. But it kind of looks funky, so I don't know what kind would do. That's the latest on that are the weirdest story in the NFL will give you that. Then Bill Polian is going to join us at the top of the hour to give us inside. On the weeks one and two around the league. What's going on with the 40 Niners injury situation? And, of course, one of the best of all time passed away this morning, Bill Polian at 11 only here on the sportswriter You're smart speaker is a radio. You here. Papa and London home. Just say your apple pod play KNBR. Chilton Auto body Traffic desk.
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"Spread protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd. There has been a wave of calls to reform the way Police department's run. Some elected officials have already announced plans to redirect money from police budgets towards minority community development and support. Others are calling for more radical change. And there remains a lot of confusion about how America's cities will reform their approaches to policing. We recently brought together to elected officials for virtual conversation about their views on criminal justice reform chess, A Boudin made reform the centerpiece of his successful 2019 campaign to become the district attorney in San Francisco. In 2018 Ayanna Pressley became the first black woman elected to Congress from the state of Massachusetts when she made a successful challenge to incumbent Democratic representative Mike Caffee. Wanna, She's been out, spoken in her support for the racial, just This protests as well as reforms and police departments in prisons. Let's join chess, a boudin and I on a Presley for their take on how to address racial disparity in our criminal justice system. Hello and welcome to today's virtual program with inform at the Commonwealth Club. I'm chasing Bodeen, San Francisco district attorney today. I am so pleased to be joined by my Honor Presley representative for Massachusetts seventh Congressional District. We're here to talk about the future of police reform. And how we can protect the people Most impacted by injustice in America. Thank you for joining me this evening, Congresswoman Presley. I'm going to call you on if that's all right. I'm glad tha this isn't our first time speaking, you know, so You know, I consider your friend and you know a great partner in this work, and I'm delighted to join you this evening. Likewise, and one of these days we'll get to do it in person. But for now, coast to coast Virtual encounters are the order of the day. I'd like to kick it off I Ana with a question. About something that you and I share something we have in common. We both come to this work with a very personal understanding of the real pain and generational trauma that our criminal legal system and mass incarceration crisis has inflicted on families and an entire communities. Can you please share a bit about how your personal experience Has inspired you in the approach you take on this work, You know, first. I just want to say that I would like to think that both of our being in the roles that were in really to speak to the power of representation, the power of lived experience. It's so important in these positions that we have a diversity of lived experience, perspective, opinion and thoughts. And that is not for sort of contrived moments of Mumbai so that we can say how progressive and diverse and inclusive we are is because it directly shapes and informs what questions are asked in for models lived experiences. And so you know, for me as the child of an incarcerated parent, formerly incarcerated parent and and now being married to someone, my partner. Like my father was also involved in the criminal legal system in the fact that I'm married to a black man, and that is his story, a part of his story and then my father is a black man. And that is a part of his story. You know, neither are anomalies, and in fact, it's very common in that desk feet to the systemic and pervasive nature of mass incarceration. With my father. Specifically, my father experience great childhood trauma. Many disable it stabilizing factors. His mother died early. He and his siblings that grew up in a colored orphanage. That's what it was called at the time and my father he has sought ways with which to to soothe his traumas, and that was substance used. And so my father committed crimes to support that addiction that disease. My father was no criminal. But society says something otherwise because we do criminalize substance used. And so my father cycled in and out of the criminal legal system for some 14 years is very destabilizing. I missed him terribly. I resented him a times. There was a lot of work that we've done. I'm over the last decade plus to build a relationship, and I'm very proud to say that, you know, secures ago He walked me down the aisle and and gave me away to the love of my life. And so I think ours is a story of redemption and forgiveness. But also my father is someone who attained to advanced degrees while he was incarcerated, went on to become a professor of journalism and published off there. And I'm very proud of him. I do not believe my father should ever have been incarcerated. My father deserved culturally competent on demand. Substance used treatment not to cycle in another criminal legal system, social problems and crimes don't go to jail People Dio and their families along with them. And so it is that those lived experiences and Matt lands that informs my work and, you know, compels me to be aspirational and vigilant in dismantling mass incarceration, But I'm not alone in that I was inspired by your story as well. And I'm your childhood and how it informed the work for you A mother often may she rest in peace and power said, You know, your job is what pays the bills with your work with a capital W is the work of the ablest mint. The betterment of the It's been a community and so you've been doing that work with the capital W. So how do you come to that work? And why do you think it's important to have Bishop attorneys that have seen or experienced first hand the impact the trauma that can be inflicted by a criminal legal system? We do have a lot in common. Just listening to you describe your family in Europe, bringing obviously lots of differences and Our experiences, but that that firsthand experience of the pain that.
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"A mass of people. Like men, and the thing they were protesting was uber. They were uber drivers on strike. Like I said, 2019. You might remember There are a lot of uber strikes all over the world around this time Uber had been in Kenya for about four years. And these drivers have the same complaint that's followed the company wherever it's gone. Uber makes too much off the rides. They make too little. They wanted more of the pie, and they were mad. Benjamin waded into the crowd of strikers with a microphone because that's what he does. He hosts a podcast you might have heard of called Benjamin Walker's theory of everything. And this story was right up his alley. He's done lots of stories about the gig, economy and its discontents. This one driver, Jaffar said. One thing that would get them more money. His rules more rules. It is just about regulations. Someone number two regulations number very regulations. We need regulations from the government. Because when you are regulated, you cannot come over here. Make money. Bodeen, New York Stock Exchange floatie floatie you wherever I put you on invested billions, come and pick Yes. And when we have regulations, you never see a driver working 18 hours a day. Together. How do you win? That's what I want, How you win solidarity. That was another driver. Their solidarity means everyone participating in the work stoppage except from what Benjamin saw that week. Were plenty of other uber drivers still out working. In fact, even as they were all standing there, 300 strong protesting against uber.
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"Morning show host Nicki Matar o. The proposal was unworkable. We believe that we have cut so much already $14.6 million out of our Police department budget. That we have said to the council. If you're going to cut more, you've got to like it. If I which service we will stop which part of the city will have a lesser response Shop says the OPD is already stretched to the limit. She says the city needs other ways to find services such as mental health response, San Francisco will pay for $100,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by a former city investigator. Henry Mackenzie claimed retaliation after expressing concerns that former district Attorney George Gascogne was carrying firearms on flights in violation of federal law begins. He says he was subjected to harassment retaliation after complaining to the F T s a A spokesman for Gascogne calls lawsuit a farce. San Francisco sheriff's deputy is facing charges for allegedly carrying a modified semiautomatic pistol inside a backpack into city Hall. D. H S. Bodeen says deputy Holland Rose Allah's has been arrested and charged with possession of an assault weapon. It was found when Rizal has left his backpack in a city Hall locker and asked another deputy to go get it for him. Deputy Ozawa's is now on administrative leave. San Francisco Giants coach says he's received overwhelming support since her on field debut this week, Elissa Anakin made history as the first woman to base coach during a major league contest. She's confident in her ability but tells kgo morning show host Nicki Maduro. She does have some anxieties. Look, I haven't had too much experience at the major league level. It's less about okay. Yeah, I wear my hair in a ponytail and more about Yeah, you know, 30 years old played softball and I was working in the front. Office this time last year and that her quite honestly my insecurities. Back and encourages young women to decide what they want in their lives and careers, and not to be afraid to change their mind this week. It's safe way it's ah Bogo Sale Get large personal watermelons dryers 1.5 court ice cream Oreos cheese. It's Buy one, Get one free. With your club card. Let's check your drive after this.
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"I have to say that super super special talent To go with the one match up the one and I want to say it was, ah might have been a Monday night game. So I was like their game like the game like that's the game they have. And he picks one matchup. Kind of obscure linebacker type and match up and you pick a Maja were no one's playing. No one won guys. Anyone on the team and then one guys on the team that hasn't played because he's injured. That takes a special Kind of talent to be a cycle that one off. I mean that that that was incredible. That's still to me, and I said I wanted to play it once a week when it happened. I haven't done that. But I wanted to play once a week, because when I hear it, I still I'm reminded every time How incredible That thing is, I mean, it is just incredible. It's not two players you picked Not just two players were talking about players. You pick one that just had that happen to be there anymore. You picked two players to specific players to two out of the whole team and neither from play. Absolutely incredible that he could do something like that. That's a talent in into itself, to be quite frank with you. So how this guy anybody ever take anything that comes out of mouth seriously? Is beyond me. I guarantee you an intern Got Yo, That's something fierce that day. As you know anything about sports. Somebody hand you that you could do these guys don't play this guy on the team. Could you hand me that like that's on him. Like Steve Young always says. I was asking about interceptions because I think some interceptions should be on the wide receiver. Because they don't run the wrong route or hits up their hands. Quarterback gets it wide receiver should probably get it, and Stephen always says Grow once it leaves my hands It's on May Period. That's like it's not true, but that's the quarterback in him like he. I'll take responsibility for this is that was that was me. I should know better. Stephen A. Smith gets paid a lot. Ah, money. If he doesn't know. One guy's not on the team anymore. Hasn't been there all year. One guy has a plate all year. Because he's injured. I mean, I think that's my point. Quite frankly, I saw you. Pay attention. Tell you what. Yes, that did you, You little bitch! You know how you can gloss over easily fixable mistakes. You know how you do that? With volume? Lots and lots of ball. You? Oh, absolutely. What do you remember? Shawn? Do you have the playoff quarterback? One Okay, Steven, It's miss greatest hits or great. All this, uh, beauty that this one's a beauty too. And I don't want to ruin the punch line s o notice on my list. There is no Nick Foles. I am so sick of everybody talking about Nick Bodeen. I'm tired of this city relied on you. Miracle man list. But so does Drew Brees. Here's the thing about just forgot about. You don't want to hear about Cliff I forgot about Drew breathe the all time left and I didn't give it any context, but they were asking about the top quarterbacks still left in the playoffs. And the man forgot about Drew Brees of the yet that Drew Brees, who leads the league all time in passing yards pregnant, leading neighbor every statistical category. By the time he's done that guy Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, I forgot about him. That's not Oh, yeah. Spencer wears out me look. Spencer. Where out. You should know that. All right, but you don't Okay? You know, Spencer wears a good back, not a great back. Drew Brees is a Hall of Famer. Great, Great quarterback and you couldn't and it's not even like we're asking about the whole league. You're down to, like eight teams at that point. Who's a whore, the top quarterbacks left in the playoffs. And you can't pay with a teams. You can't figure out Hey! Is that a team that Kind of looks like a floridly on the side of the helmet. Golden Black Tripoli, Actor Breezes team. Oh, yeah, He's definitely one of the top. Got you Don't I just forgot about it. He may be. He may not be one of the best. Maybe the best eight has forgot about it. Ages like 00 yeah, I forgot about it. I forgot you forgot about Drew Brees. That's like saying who's the best player of the nineties? The MBA. Well, I like came like Ewing like Pippen. Oh, damn. I forgot about M J. Ah, my bad, my bad, But here's the difference is that The stuff he knows, he says. At a high volume. When he forgets about something you makes a mistake. That's all of a sudden when you douse the back, and he starts talking like a normal human being, because you notice he's like, Ah forgot about over that you forgot anywhere like I was saying, Who's held that that that that time in the morning Again to be shouted at its like saying What's four plus four And every number in the universe is available to you. You should get it. But there's a lot of numbers out there A lot of numbers that you may you may pick the wrong one of four plus four. But if I said four plus four Somewhere between six and 10. You should probably narrow down and gets eight. You did? It's only if you've got 789 right there. Like okay, well to even numbers can't be an odd number. So I'm left with eight. Even if I don't know what I'm going to gestate. This guy, Mr Breeze with a limited field. It's like a real small field and he couldn't come up with Drew Brees. I mean these things Are staggering to me staggering that this guy is this clueless on then and look, I've been in the biz long time. There are a lot of these guys special on TV. That do a lot of things. They don't watch sports that much. They don't read about sports that much as Rod said they had people handem stuff and they talk about it. You know why they're on TV because they're good entertainment. They're good entertainment. They yell. They screamed. They articulate whatever they D'oh. But they don't really know sports as well as they think they know sports because you can't convince me that you know, sports is was you think you do when you can't name a Hall of Fame quarterback in a limited field of age? You can't tell me, you know sports when there's one game on national TV that night, and you pick a matchup were neither guys playing..
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"It happened in San Diego. It happened in Alameda. It happened in Sacramento, and they had planned prior to all of this to target Jackie Lacey. They wanted to replace her with George Gascogne. Because from San Francisco, and it's cut from the same cloth as chase of Bodeen, who's now the district attorney up in San Francisco, and they planned on taking Jackie Lacey out. When the George Floyd situation happened, it changed the narrative, and they just kind of went with it. But they were stuck with their campaign that they had already funded of George Gascon against Jackie Lacey, so they just decided to stick with it. You're absolutely right. Your your your your your 100% spot on Soros has targeted certain th They've been after Jackie Lacey. For the last two years. The George voice situation, really? Can it pull it The Black lives matter organization to use the Floyd situation as a total weapon. And now unfortunately, Gascogne can ride the cold ways of ATA of that. A murder of George Floyd and and and basically black lives matter is doing all the heavy lifting and You know, from election sample. I think Jackie Lacey is in trouble. Jussi, who just came out and defended her going to surprise me. It was Bernard Parks, Bernard blocks. I guess I'm glad he did because And then here right now, I would support Jackie Lacey. You know, In fact, I'll just disclosed I thin or email a couple of weeks ago. And said, if you you know I'm here If you need me, I just don't like the way she's being treated. So I sent out just disclose private eye sonority interoffice email. And I'm glad because she's being annihilated by by an extremist group and the politicians and this thing that formally endorsed her are turning their back on her, and I think he's giving a total raw deal. And lately if you're white, lift me and John Phillips show Have your office called me. I'll help you. Well, we shouldn't like surprise because the people who are throwing her under the bus have always been cowards. Eric Garcetti, Adam Schiff, Laura Friedman. Oh, yeah. I mean, they're they're They're They're total cowers. Where's Maxine Waters? Where's Karen Bath where they know where these people were The lifeline for For Jackie Lacey. I don't see it. And again. It's not a race issue is just that. They are cow town. It, John. All of this. Everything we had spoken about in the last 15 minutes. You know what it is, if anybody but Trump because a bigger picture did your source the black lives matter. The entire Democratic Party. We got to be Donald Trump. Even though we got a man who who really see now and I'm not a medical expert. What? Maybe I should withdraw there, but he seems like he's very old. It doesn't know what's going on. Yeah, he's losing his marbles. Leo Terrell, you're the best. Have a great weekend and enjoy yourself on the Golf course. Take take care. Alright, It's 2 24 Let's go ahead and take a look of the roads. ABC. Dependable traffic.