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"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | Last week

"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News. I'm Brian White. Good morning. The top economist for the city of San Francisco, says the tech industry is going strong despite the pandemic, but work from home policies pose a threat to the city's economic recovery. KQED is Tara Siler explains. There's a common narrative that tech companies are fleeing San Francisco The chief economist, Ted Egan's has venture capital investment is at an all time high, and companies are still hiring, albeit those are largely remote jobs for now, at a Border supervisors committee, Egan said remote jobs have a big impact on office vacancy rates, small businesses and the city's bottom line. That's because the gross receipts tax are linked to where employees work. So if a company's share a payroll in San Francisco, drops by 25% from one year to the next And their total sales don't change at all Their tax to the city drops by 25%. Egan said. Tech workers have a lot of power right now in determining where they work, and companies are responding with generous work from home policies. I'm Tara Siler KQED news. Legislation aimed at ending the careers of bad law enforcement officers is sitting on the governor's desk. The Legislature yesterday approved a measure that aims to keep troubled officers from jumping from one job to another. It would create a mandatory new state license that could be permanently revoked. California is one of four states without a way of decertifying officers. Similar bill died in the Legislature last year, despite protests over the police killing of George Floyd..

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"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Today for NPR news. I'm Veronica. Sarah go via in Surfside on Wall Street. The Dow was up about 90 points. You're listening to NPR live from KQED News. I'm Brian what a public defender in Santa Clara County plans to run for District Attorney Sergeant Khan wants to challenge current D A. Jeff Rosen, who's held the seat for almost 12 years. Khan spoke at a campaign launch rally in downtown San Jose. I'm honored to be that person A D A. For all the people a living commitment to shrinking mass criminalization to addressing root causes of crime and bringing our system and lined with basic notions of justice and humanity. Khan says he aims to increase investigations of police who are accused of criminal activity and reduce the severity of criminal prosecutions. San Francisco Supervisors plan to discuss rules today for regulating the park clips that have sprung up in parking space. Now lawmakers are looking at the cost of permits and how close park let's can be two bus stops and crosswalks Supervisor ASHA Sophie. There's a small business person care at the end of the day who ultimately gets credit on this. No. They care how much it's gonna cost who they have to interact with to get this resolved quickly and how much this going to impact their business supervisors hope to have rules in effect by June of next year. I'm Brian White.

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"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is due to sign the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act into law this hour, making June 19th the federal holiday. It commemorates what's considered the true wind of slavery in the US the day in 18 65. And enslaved people in Texas were informed they'd been freed by the immense patient proclamation more than two years earlier. The State Department is calling on Hong Kong authorities to stop targeting independent media. The statement follows a raid by Hong Kong police of the investigative newspaper Apple Daily, NPR's Emily Fang says Five senior editors are being detained. Those arrested include the editor in chief of Apple Daily and four directors who were taken from their homes. They were reportedly arrested on suspicion of colluding with foreign forces. Apple Daily is a staunchly Democratic anti Beijing paper and its billionaire owner, Jimmy Lai is already in prison on charges of organizing illegal protests. He and nine of his business associates, including his son, Are facing more charges under the National security Law. NPR's Emily Fang, this is NPR Live from KQED News. I'm Brian White. Meteorologists say today will mark the peak of the Bay Area's heatwave. Some inland empire's inland areas are expected to reach triple digits, National Weather Service meteorologist David Lawrence says, along with keeping yourself cool, it's important to watch out for others. Don't leave your pets outside or if they have to be definitely leave them plenty of water to drink and have some shelter. Always always check that vehicle.

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Episode 38: Best Saturday Morning Cartoon - Drive of the Week

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03:12 min | 1 year ago

Episode 38: Best Saturday Morning Cartoon - Drive of the Week

"But we started every episode was the drive of the week what a drive is a line from a movie or TV shows with exceptional velocity and volume, and this segment belongs to Jimmy Klein. Alright. Lis fucking titties. Here. Mr Klein to. A film that hardly anyone is seen and you just have to check it out just on Blu Ray. It was just reviewed on trash men media. It is a film called cruel jaws the in some countries that was known as jaws five. It is an awful Italian rip off of jaws film actually using footage of Jaaz one, two and three. However, this film is actually better than jaws the revenge I still say check it out but it is absolutely hilarious and. It's got quite a lot of screaming quite a lot of drives, but this one in particular was one of my favorites. I'm sorry I couldn't You know what you gotta do that. What you're going to have to offer award of one, hundred, thousand dollars whoever the head of that shark. Have Already I mean. Without without what? Without I. Gather birth. Absolutely levels at thanks. A. Awful so awful. It has Hogan impersonator in this. See. It's like Hulk Hogan stunned wwl filming the Brian White Story. Look five to two hundred. and. Already. Series without. Yet. Without. Without. Talk. Without what? What you? Without what? This is an underrated draft because he doesn't really like get all of his lungs behind it. What you? But like last week with Eddie Murphy it's all about the F. Word Fuck. The bottom two. That's the. Title. That so. I don't know what language that is whatever country that language is from. Our podcast can read. Just going to have to ask Watson along or something. That was the drive of the week brought to you by trash men media for the latest. Blu Ray. DVD movie commentary go to trash men, media dot com also on twitter and facebook. And don't forget to check out Here Zarb dot copier is news and no bullshit.

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"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Edition on KQED I'm Brian white in Oakland we are calling our resolution the George Floyd resolution to eliminate the Oakland unified school the students about disproportionate arrests of students of color and the school to prison pipeline and one of their central arguments was that especially as this district faces painful budget cuts instead of spending money on policing it should re invest that money in things like school social workers and psychologists and restorative justice practitioners supports for students that might actually get at some of the root causes of behavioral issues and keep them out of the criminal justice system so it's sort of parallels the calls were hearing nationally around defining police more broadly so what is actually in this plan that the school board is going to be considering Oakland unified has its own internal police force right now there are tens Warren police officials this resolution that's before the board would eliminate that police department and those armed officers they cost UST about two million dollars a year and this proposal calls for those savings to be re invested in the kinds of supports I mentioned before and this is a similar proposal at least to one that was shot down by the school board in the past right yeah as recently as March and they turned down a proposal that would cut down the number of sworn officers in the district and the concerns of people were raising at the time were the same concerns that we heard last night so how will the district ensure student and staff safety the schools police force response to about a thousand calls a semester so well the city's police department actually have the bandwidth to respond to those calls and so there were some people last night who showed up to raise those questions yes but only a couple really the vast majority of people who call them voice their support okay so it sounds like this moment has made a huge difference in this debate in Oakland yeah it really feels like it has there's a big groundswell of support over fifty school administrators signed onto a letter supporting the elimination of the district police department and school board member Gary E. who voted against this last time said last night that he'd gotten hundreds of thousands of emails and phone calls and there was even a protest in front of his house and he credited those things for really changing his thinking about this changing how he thinks about safety and the importance of emotional safety for students all right well it sounds like the school board would take a final vote on the proposal later this month KQED education reporter Vanessa Ron con you thank you thank you police violence and calls for police reform is what got people out into the streets but protesters are calling for so much more into dive into some of those issues are housing reporter Molly Solomon joins us good morning Molly good morning Brian so what are people asking for what are you hearing I think the killing of George Floyd by police is really set against this backdrop of inequality that's laid bare a lot of racial divides that are in our country in this moment we're seeing people out on the streets our cities have exploded in protest people are angry they can afford to live in the bay area what they're seeing the displacement of black and brown families in their neighborhoods and that policing tends to be over concentrated in the neighborhoods that have really lacked investment for generations so I think what I'm hearing from people is that inequality really starts in our neighborhoods in where we get to live and how much that costs anything that's being felt more acutely by black and brown families who have historically been shut out from a system and a path toward homeownership yes the homeownership gap between black and white families is huge we have talked about this some in the past but how did we get to this point yes it's huge nationwide if we narrowed down specifically to the bay area in San Francisco Oakland Hayward that is almost a thirty percent gap between black families and white families in terms of home ownership so that's pretty stark and I think it really matters you know for a lot of families owning a home that's a sign of stability that's a real stepping stone to building equity and wealth and if we look back in history we can see that I mean we're talking about a system that has excluded black families income disparity segregation racial redlining and predatory lending practices that have all contributed to low home ownership rates and of course in this moment we've got the call the pandemic yes I mean we're living through something unprecedented right now and it's got a lot of people on edge here it's probably one of the other reasons why people are angry and have come out to protest in this moment we're seeing covert nineteen really disproportionately hit black and brown communities here locally I mean there's been a disproportionate number of covert nineteen deaths and cases among black and Latino families in the bay area I think a lot of that goes back to where you live but speak stir racial health inequities a lack of access to care in certain neighborhoods you know I think people are really feeling those economic realities especially in a place as unaffordable as the bay area where people were already living paycheck to paycheck and now we're seeing what happens when those paychecks start to disappear KQED's Molly Solomon thanks very much thanks so much Brian you're listening to morning edition on KQED let's listen to John McConnell your latest bay area traffic on KQ weedy as the time approaches a twenty nine at the.

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"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News and KQ weedy news next at seven thirty live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly stocks are higher this morning on Wall Street as the conference board reported a rise in consumer confidence in the US the Dow was up nearly six hundred points there's no word yet on what sparked a weekend fire at a warehouse on San Francisco's fisherman's wharf Marco Seiler Gonzalez with member station KQED says thousands of crabs shrimp and contracts were lost in the fire the blaze could devastate the livelihoods of many bay area fishermen close to half of the city's commercial fishing industry and a few dozen independent operators store their equipment at the facility some fishermen had upwards of three hundred thousand dollars worth of gear destroyed most of which isn't covered by insurance total losses are expected to top three million dollars Hong Kong's executive says a national security law being planned by China is not a threat to society despite concerns from pro democracy activists and the trump administration Annemarie Evans reports chief executive Carrie lam says Laura biting Hong Kong public have nothing to worry about over the new legislation and that our government will try to explain it to them investors have been rattled by the law that Beijing's parliament will vote on next week to implement in the city and many see it as the end of Hong Kong's political autonomy the law criminalizes disrespect of China's national anthem protests in Hong Kong are expected tomorrow this is NPR news live from KQED news I'm Brian white black religious leaders in San Francisco or calling for more equitable access to cope with nineteen testing treatment and support Dr Amos brown head of the N. double ACP chapter in the city this called for congregations to hold off on in person worship in continue social distancing of the black community in don Williams died we should be given equality of treatment yeah how you doing even the best of a pond dam well San Francisco has expanded testing and services in some traditionally African American neighborhoods across the state black Californians are contracting the virus and dying at a disproportionate rate Santa Clara county is opening six new coded nineteen testing sites and expanding the eligibility for getting the test Dr Marty Fenster shot above the county health department said yesterday that officials now want to test everyone who believe they've been exposed even if they don't have symptoms as well as essential front line workers so first responders and people who are working to make sure that we have everything we need in grocery stores driving buses working in pharmacy that type of thing going forward the county wants these workers to be tested at least once a month Santa Clara county now has forty six total testing sites there's more coverage of the corona virus in the bay area and beyond at KQED dot org I'm Brian what and coming up on morning edition on KQ weedy in just a few moments and P. R.'s David Greene talks to Stephen Reid mayor of Montgomery Alabama about the dire need for more I see you beds because of a spike in covert nineteen cases at the same time the state is easing restrictions that story coming up fresh air coming up later today at one PM.

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"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Members of KQ weedy it's a twenty two it's morning edition on KQ weedy I'm Brian white and it's another week of sheltering at home and social distancing everyone is telling us this is our way to make a difference but how will we really know if all our efforts to stay put are having any impact on that curve that everyone is talking about flattening you know flattening this curve of the spread of the novel coronavirus here to help us understand this is doctor John Swarts Berg an infectious disease expert at UC Berkeley school of public health thanks Dr Schwartzberg for joining us thank you for asking me so how is California doing relative to other states in terms of social distancing are we seeing if it's making a difference in flattening the curve of this of the pandemic I think we're doing pretty well in terms of is it going to make a difference we're gonna have to wait and see because right now really reflects what's happened about two weeks ago so we're gonna have to wait a couple more weeks to really see how well this social distancing is working or at least getting a preliminary idea San Jose just released a dire prediction this model that shows about two thousand people could die over the next three months how is this modeling done what we've done by looking at the results of testing both positive and negative tests and also depending upon the modeling it brings in things like hospitalizations people in the ICU people dying so compiles a lot of the state but they're only as good as the data that goes into them we've been very behind the eight ball in terms of the number of people we've tested it will go down as one of the tragedies in the United States good grief so failed early in the second inning not tester population so we don't test a large number of people it makes the data that we use more suspect San Francisco's public health officer Dr grant Colfax said recently he expects a surge in San Francisco to begin really soon possibly this week do we have any idea how long a surge could last once it starts unfortunately I think the chances of it not beginning or very very small the question is how that is going to be and I'm cautiously optimistic that the shelter in place is going to help change the scope of that curve so we're not going to see a terrible search if we look at China they started to plateau and then started to decline in that took place over a brown three weeks or so so if we're going to experience with China's scene we would say that that that the surge starts to plateau it could be around three weeks or so but if we don't see one is this an indication that maybe we did something right by sheltering in place early absolutely I think that the major intervention that we have done in terms of prevention has been sheltering place there's every reason to think it would work we'll see radically and we saw although it was draconian with the Chinese did but we saw it worked in China as well so I think that we can and we should anticipate that the shelter in place will work but it's gonna take awhile for it to show up as I was discussing why do you think things have played out so differently in California and New York California instituted shelter in place five to seven days before New York here and I know people are gonna think well that's not much but in terms of how fast this virus is spreading through a population it's a lot of time your cash roughly about twenty thousand people per square mile R. seven Cisco has about seventeen thousand people per square mile and if we think about the virus it can only survive by spreading to another person in the more dense the population is the more opportunity virus has to spread it much virus spreads to another person on average that person's going to spread it to about three more people she can see how quickly you get an exponential curve Dr Schwartzberg thanks very much for talking to us you're welcome Dr John Swarts Berg is an infectious disease expert at UC Berkeley school of public health the new two trillion dollar federal stimulus package will expand unemployment insurance and send cash to workers hard hit by the corona virus pandemic but undocumented immigrants won't benefit even though many pay taxes KQED's Farida Jhabvala Romero spoke with a Richmond resident who lost her job but three says twenty nine years old and she's one of the nearly two million workers in California court and document it but the reset cleans homes in the bay area for a living but with the clover nineteen Christ says there's no work I mean look at Wednesday morning before the numbers on the she says her savings have run out and she's afraid California's stay at home order it could last a lot longer but you're going to be getting a she feels forgotten left out of help that's available to other unemployed people undocumented workers are getting hit the hardest Derek school maker is an attorney what center let alone address than Oakland he says well unauthorized workers are eligible for state programs like paid family leave and disability those benefits only help a fraction of people who've lost jobs desperate people will leave their homes for work he says even if it means this regarding measures officials say we need to control the spread of the virus in order to enable people to stay at home we need to make sure that everybody can meet their basic needs center Lovell and other organizations are hoping.

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"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Brian white I'm broadcasting out of my home in Oakland as I try to do my part to try and hopefully help slow the spread of the corona virus but that's what I want to explore how does the virus spread we've been getting a lot of questions from people about how long the corona virus can live on surfaces so we thought we call up Sharon Begley senior science writer with stat health's medicine and science site produced by Boston globe media hello Sharon hello Brian so people are wondering about different surfaces so let's talk about this like metal versus plastic versus cardboard versus food and you know the takeout boxes that the food is coming in these days what is the difference right so the overall thing to remember is that the more porous surface the longer the virus can survive there show porridge would be something like cardboard Chadwick owls bed linens and also promoting something that is virtually impermeable that is not poorest steel glass copper and other metals plastic is somewhere in between virus on plastic is undetectable after about seventy two hours now that sounds like a long time that's a three days but the numbers on the plastic start plummeting by about eight hours only ten percent romance on the other hand something like steel again impermeable it's undetectable days sooner and the number start plummeting after only four hours what should we be cleaning spaces with bleach alcohol leach absolutely works you make a bleach solution don't use Clorox right out of the bottle instead take four teaspoons and put it in a quart of water alcohol for surface is fine check the label be sure that the liquid contains at least seventy seven zero percent alcohol there are other registered household disinfectants that the CDC website CDC dot gov slash coronavirus there's a long list of them for your hands plain old soap is fine if you want to use you know alcohol disinfectants that's okay if you're out in the world and you can't get too and sank and use soap and the reason I keep going back to soap is that sometimes molecular properties that interacting with the molecules of the virus so that it will be destroyed and the virtue of washing your hands with soap and water under running water this thing is that obviously the running water tanks anything that's come off your hands and sent it down the drain ten the corona virus live in a room after an infected person leaves that room like in the air let me just make a distinction Bryant between aerosol which is staying there for a long time an airborne which means it just travels through the air airborne is like a fly ball to center field it's been there for awhile but it comes down really fast aerosol is like fog all those little particles of water stay in the air for hours if not days the corona virus can be airborne extend you know let's fly from one person's mouth onto a surface or on to another person but it cannot hang in the air the measles virus each case of measles can cause about fifteen to eighteen additional cases and that's because the measles virus can hang in the air what can we do to protect ourselves and our loved ones from getting it the reason we are told to stay six feet away from people is that whether they are costing sneezing or frankly even talking the virus cannot travel more than six feet it has weight it's false it's not going to retail washing hands you know you come in from outside and you've picked up the mail or something wash your hands Sharon Begley from stat in Boston thank you so much thank you.

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"brian white" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:04 min | 1 year ago

"brian white" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To be very particular about is that just Brian white is not necessarily the way to do it so when you spray it you need to have what's called the well timed so read back to the label of the different architecture going to museums and solitaire if they need to be wet for five minutes ten minutes and it needs to be whacked with that the contract for that long length of time also senses that's where the wipes fail them because it's got to sit on there for a period of time as a person yeah so the white the white you're good but it needs to still and if you think about it those those rats disinfectant wipes do leave liquid on on the surface you need to make sure I look at the back of the instructions you need to make sure that to be effective at it since they're wet for the time with the label fat my mom's my mom's and use a blade she just like a straight bleach lady should get all playful water bleach everything yeah and I have that question before and believes has saved thousands and thousands of lives you know many many years you and I both know that if we get bleach are closer on our furniture and carpet and really help us too much as far as I mean it may kill the virus it also leaves really bad spot so it's one of those things that there are other solutions out there that won't need a bleacher your your your clothing or the floor that are available and so you know you can't read that label to make sure that you can put it on I think yeah we'll have some new product out there I think it's called I was a micro band twenty four which basically if you if you put it on the surface will kill germs for up to twenty four hours I don't know I'm not very familiar with that net interest in their products some of the surface protectant again the one that I've seen they they work but you have to be careful about oil on the server because once I like some of them have like little teeny I found them with respect and that when the bacteria or an enveloped virus that it's breaking apart it mechanically break it up but the concern with some folks that know where they have challenges with different gets dusty or dirty and those little spike can't get the bacteria but there are some new products coming out on the market like what you look like the Michael band which I'm not familiar with that one that one in particular better I think going to be really innovative going forward well for one I remember back in the day like when my kids were young we had the the micro band the stuff that they would put in plastic you know that prevents germs from growing on surfaces of things like toys and then we turned out well now we just created a whole generation of super bugs does the same thing happened here is that the the virus actually will mutates and learns how to beat the the the sanitary products we use turning and that's one of the challenges that we have a program by Alexander some factor that you know somebody you know some of these things yeah your new traders actually with bacteria joining the show's Moneypenny and that is exactly director of global by risk adverse Advisory Council were talking about how she cleans and give seminars to cleaning person how to tackle things like corona virus and stuff you could do in your house or business because let's face it you're probably not gonna hire an outside agency if you do you're gonna be a helluva long waiting wait wait list I would guess but yeah they're just common sense things you can do in your work place to make sure that you're doing everything you can to keep your employees safe in yourself well and that's all you can do these times by the way we do have breaking news the Dow dropped precipitously you're down a couple thousand points and would be an awful most about eight percent right now markets stops when in the place they shut the market down the trigger when and so they had a fifteen minute freeze on Wall Street trading now has resumed and it looks like well a Dave literally just opened the you know drop the green flag again on the market but it's down what about two thousand points right now it's kinda hovering so we'll continue to follow this morning updated nine minutes Amy Wagner from simply money will be on a ten thirty five to talk about this too but in the meantime regarding what you can do in the workplace are what you can do at home anyways basically use common sense white stuff down what should you be using gloves by the way I see up cleaning people always have like that the latex and vinyl gloves on one of those going to do for me well for a lot of reasons number one remember we don't want to touch surfaces that potentially have contamination on it and we don't want to touch our faces but we have some guidance out there on the ice with a website under our corona virus information I called sheet one where we talk about personal protective equipment specially for cleaning crew but I will say that that's one of the things that you should be protecting your hand from the chemicals as well as from the services that you potentially will tax you might or might not have the disinfectant bear with me you know you're a contaminated surface until again getting back to wash your hands wash your hands a lot and the concern that's out there right now so folks have learned into situations where like you have indicated the toilet paper coming off the shelves well they run into situations now where antenna tiger being sold out and even sold like you wouldn't have thought to open cans sanitizer would run out but if you run into the situation this is the saying that water is our basketball match okay so if nothing else if you don't have so if you don't have hand sanitizer at least rinse your hands you know meticulously and for even more than twenty seconds to keep wanting your hands with water if you can't get the children can't advertise well the other than mentioning the bleachers I brought up earlier too as I recall I was I I think it's like a third a copper gallons at the is it the formula what we talk about is the one contender Lucien okay so one in ten one in ten yeah yeah so some are nothing like a third but you know again you can do this yourself and you know just and if you don't have a cleaning solution it's it's really not that hard but yeah and that's something we do right now is people are freaking out there's I don't know where you live Patty but there's no toilet paper anywhere in Cincinnati the toilet paper got all bought up we don't have any cleaning supplies left it's Armageddon it's may hem here in Cincinnati we can your report from where you are I'm sorry in between Athens and Atlanta and I have a new I'm starting to see that the disinfectants and cleaning solutions and stocks are you know shared their pain bought out I haven't noticed that the toilet paper and many like the paper towels there are but I didn't go down that route all I will say that you'll be surprised if you've large is like Ohio there's no toilet paper why I don't know people to lose their freaking minds over this coronavirus thing but yeah I one of those deals is like okay now I know we're cleaning products and like I finalised to on to put that up on I'll I'll send that out on social loner for people who may have missed it too and that way you get the right stuff if you can find the right stuff but if not third a couple bleach and some water and you're gonna be good to go Patty thanks again for the time appreciate have a great day thank a penny a longer with global by risking for adviser comes and it's about you know and I don't think that's a panic thing is going okay well my cleaning right and according to her you know just wipe and stuff down with Clorox wipes whatever is not you need to get some sort of spray on there let it sit for a little bit to really break those those materials down but so far we don't have to do not have corona virus in Ohio we will at some point but even still the states that are getting it okay with the nursing home in Washington Friday night it was a Friday or Thursday I don't ABC have like this whole one hour special on corona virus experts and doctors and questions and it's good to get the information out there and and sell people down to but you know the breathless discussion about how bad it is and what's going to have what may now we don't know at this point so far the United States it's not been a big fan how could turn it certainly get a lot lot lot worse but now you know I think if you look at our protocols are about as good as you can spec I think we're doing a really good job I've never seen this yet have you in your lifetime seen this kind of reaction to a virus before unless you will let you live there nineteen nineteen I suspect but they didn't know what we know now right in that the other closing now south by southwest is in the Arnold up in Columbus is done this weekend too so they just said Hey listen we're not gonna get a bunch of people together it's gonna be cool see what happens of Martin March madness looming too now that's going to be interesting one right can imagine playing basketball games in front of a crowd Scott Sloan show again markets were temporarily halted for about fifteen minutes stock market to resume trading after the halt and looks like as the market might be bouncing back up.

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11 Trivia Questions on Family Guy Quotes

Trivia With Budds

03:04 min | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on Family Guy Quotes

"Got eleven questions for you on family guy quotes. I'll give you the quote you tell me which character set it on the show here. We go all right. Family guy quotes. Let's see how many of these you can get right out of eleven number one while we rolled three gutter balls on these kids Number one which character on family guy said that. Wow we rolled three gutter balls on these kids Number one question number two Brian White. Has Everything you touch turns to garbage number two Brian. Why does everything you touch turn to garbage? Which character said that quote on Family Guy Number two number three? Grab that letter opener over there. I'm going to show you why you never mail cash number three. Grab that letter opener over there. I'm going to show you why you should never mail cash number three question before. I'd even go so far as to say that a Canadian Strip club is the most magical place in the world number four. I'd even go so far is to say that a Canadian Strip club is the most magical place in the world questioner five. I'm GONNA see which lobster I think deserves to die number five. I'm GONNA see which lobster I think deserves to die number five question. Six Briggs reportedly escaped during a prison. Open House an event that will most likely be cancelled in the future number. Six Briggs reportedly escaped during a prison open house and event that will most likely be cancelled in the future number seven. I cut your name into my arms so I can always remember you. Who said that on family guy? Very creepy number seven. I cut my cut your name in my arm so I can always remember you question. I'm just saying it's no surprise. That justice isn't colorblind number eight. I'm just saying it's no surprise. That justice isn't colorblind number nine. It's GonNa rain. Who said that number nine? It's GonNa rain and number ten if I enter Connecticut. I'm entering every state that Connecticut's ever been with good luck brave travelers number ten if I enter Connecticut. I'm entering every state that connect Connecticut's ever been with good luck brave travelers and number eleven for two points said Peter Face it without blank or boring. I need to know who said that quote and whose name was the blank for two points. Who Said Peter? Face it without blank were boring. Need the person who set it and the person they're talking about and actually this one. I said at the beginning of the quiz. There's no repeats. This is one of the people that we had as an answer earlier. So keep that in. If you got all these right

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More than 1 in 4 teens have used e-cigarettes, vapes

Morning Edition

01:59 min | 1 year ago

More than 1 in 4 teens have used e-cigarettes, vapes

"It's KQED public radio the time is six twenty two it's morning edition on KQED I'm Brian white on Sunday the Oakland Raiders will play the Jacksonville Jaguars at the Coliseum in what's expected to be their very last home game in California before they move to Vegas KQED is Nina forcing remembers the time in their first stint in east Oakland the raiders became one of the most successful teams in the history of professional sports unforgettable moments like the nineteen seventy four game known as the sea of even when owner al Davis moved the team to LA in nineteen eighty two Oakland fans stayed loyal for thirteen long years they drove for flew down and watch the games on TV they never gave up hope of a home coming and in nineteen ninety five I'm back before you again to bring the rate is a fact all have press one he never got all the way back to their early glories but the fans made their own fun creating a ferociously festive atmosphere in the black hole and in the parking lots on the menu at Kingsford Kirk's tail gate one rainy December in twenty fifteen we've got chicken fried pork chops I got thirty racks of ribs in the smoker Henry Garcia with a stocking played in hand stated raider nation screen with ever came where there the team does have an option with the Coliseum for next year just in case their new place in Vegas isn't ready but it's more likely but after Sunday the autumn winds in Oakland will echo through an empty stadium

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"brian white" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"brian white" Discussed on KTOK

"Brian white was presented with the airman's metal during a ceremony Sunday it will Rodgers their National Guard base in Oklahoma City he said it was nice to be recognized from the king okay weather center sunshine today you will get up to the low fifties now tonight will bring us increasing clouds and will drop to near freezing I'm Jacquelyn Scott newsradio one thousand Katie okay newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios are service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edea low team learn more at universal men's clinic dot com your shot at one million dollars now text the nationwide keyword holidays two two hundred two hundred that's holiday two two hundred two hundred and you'll get a confirmation text in Inver standard dated mystery to apply in this nationwide contest that holiday two two hundred two hundred you want to keep from getting screwed the dealership take a picture of your deal sheet and send it to give me the van dot com the only thing that's going to happen you as you make more money if you've ever used a weed killer you have to hear this message on attorney Matt Morgan Morgan Morgan recently one of our lawyers as part of a team that help secure a verdict for couple who contracted cancer after using round up if you were a farmer casual Gardner or anyone else who has used weed killers you may not know that study suggests that life is the main ingredient in roundup may increase the risk of non Hodgkins lymphoma Monsanto allegedly was aware of the risk posed by round up but failed to disclose them to the public if you were loved one were diagnosed with non Hodgkin's lymphoma and you have to use roundup you could be owed money for damages contact us today for a free case review you pay nothing.

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"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Edition on KQED I'm Brian white P. Jeannie says it may have to turn off the power to more than two hundred fifty thousand bay area customers to prevent its infrastructure from igniting a fire this warning comes two years to the day since raging winds whipped through the North Bay igniting wildfires that ravaged Santa Rosa neighborhoods in claimed more than forty lives since then fire experts have called for new and better tools to fight catastrophic wildfires in scientist at Stanford think they have one when they say can stop fires before they start KQED science reporter Daniel vented went to Stanford to see how it works I'm in the lab where material scientist Eric apple and collaborators have developed a new type of fire retardant the **** is contained in a gel like substance that can be sprayed on vegetation and it sticks around for months even the wildfire is natural to the environment humans are causing the vast majority of them things like road signs are a good example you can totally envision if say somebody is dragging a trailer and they might have a chain that striking on the ground constantly sparking those parts are going to ignite like flashy feels right along the road sign well let's say your driving up the steep mountain pass in your car overheats and you pull over into the grass that also is a major source of the sort of roadside ignitions and what's the problem with the way that we're currently fighting fires why do we need a different approach what we currently do now is limited to reactive fire fighting so we have to just wait for fires to start and then go out and try to stop them eighty four percent of all of the fires in the state of California occur in high risk areas such as roadsides or near utilities infrastructure or campgrounds with things like that and so all you really need to do is to treat those specific areas and stop fires after source this is something we do in fact seems all the time I mean if you have a high risk populations of people that are at most risk and you can essentially vaccinate them against the disease in the first place because prevention is cheaper and easier than treatment and how is that different from how returns work right now so all of the retired answer use right now are unable to stick around a heavy winds or fog or do or small rain events would simply watch the materials off so goal was a long acting fire retardant that could be put in place and persist for months how did you go about developing that we specifically designed these materials to use safe non toxic polymers so we use cellulose derivatives that are frequently used in food products are cosmetics or things like this they're generally recognized as safe by the FDA and the active ingredient in there is just normal standard fire retardant that's been used for decades yes we are using ammonium poly phosphate is the exact same active fire retardant agent that he is being used by the US for service for the last fifty years or so so can we see how it works yes absolutely come over here apple introduces me to Anthony you a PhD student in material science and his co inventor you have set up an experiment with to burn chambers they look a bit like ten coffee cans we peer into each one and inside we have treated and untreated grass so it just looks like Dr Hey yeah something might see along the road side or near campground so we're going to set them on fire and then see what happens yep we turn on each igniter for.

"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio

"KQED news Brian white and environmentally focused firefighting group has issued a report criticizing the aggressive tactics used in trying to contain last year's men the scene complex fire the biggest in state history KQED stand Recchi reports the report comes from Oregon based firefighters United for safety ethics and ecology it questions decisions by fire commanders to battle the blaze in parts of medicine National Forest that are virtually uninhabited they'd been cautioned that the strategy had little chance of success Timothy Ingalls B. is executive director of the firefighters group and says that climate change and other factors require agencies to shift tactics in the future we're just gonna have to be more selective and strategic where do we put people attempting to control wildfire one change the group purchase focusing firefighting resources on communities in using them only sparingly and wildland areas I'm damn Breaky KQED news Erin Persky the former South Bay judge re called for his handling of sexual assault of a sexual assault case has been fired from his job as a high school tennis coach the Fremont Union High School district tells the bay area news group that Persky is no longer employed as a junior varsity girls tennis team coach at San Jose's Lynbrook high school this came a day after the news broke that Persky had been hired for the job Persky in a statement said the district is protecting players from potentially intrusive media attention he was ousted as a judge after sentencing Brock Turner to six months in jail for sexually assaulting a drunk and unconscious woman outside a Stanford party I'm Brian what KQED news support today comes from cal performances presenting mark Morris dance group in Mozer dances opening September twentieth at Zellerbach hall. so the more could use here Gregg sure what is here and I'm day freemen we would all like to say thank you so much for supporting KQ we do during our fall fundraiser if you haven't yet it is not too late to do so.

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"brian white" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"brian white" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Coney. That's all I have right now. Sheriff doll Beck. And thank your deputies for the work that they helped in this case the suspect arrested. It was arrested is currently being held in the Barron county jail. That suspect is Jake Thomas. Patterson P A T T E R S O N. He is twenty one years old from Gordon Wisconsin is currently being held on two counts of first degree intentional homicide for the murder of Jamie's parents and one count of kidnapping, Barron county district attorney Brian white. We'll give a brief comment next. Thank you. Thank you sheriff Gerald, first of all I wanna thank. Everyone with law enforcement for the tremendous work that they did to bring Jamie hall that starts with sheriff FitzGerald and the parent county sheriff's department. It includes the FBI the division of criminal investigation and the hundreds of officers who came to Barron county to assist in this investigation. I saw firsthand how brave determined and dedicated these men and women are. It has truly been an honor to see the work that they have performed as public servants to this community. It was only a few months ago that we as a community gathered to pray for Jamie, safe return at Barron high school. God has answered those prayers. The case will now be referred to the district attorney's office. Our office will review the reports and then make a charging decision. It is my intent to have a criminal complaint filed by next week. It is our job in prosecuting this case to obtain Justice for James Denise and Jamie, close we will do so. Thank you. Thank you. Dear right. This canes remains very active in fluid as we stand before you today, we have FBI DCI state patrol Douglas county. Investigators in Barron county detectives actively working the scene. Conducting interviews so details will be sparse right now. We do plan at four PM media update with more details to be released at that time right here as you heard the charges of suspect. The suspect is being charged with kidnapping Jamie was taken against her will in escape from a residence at which she was being held in found help. We also do not believe that this time that the subject had any contact with the family. We do believe Jamie was the only target. I can tell you that the subject planned his actions and took many proactive steps to hide his identified from law enforcement and the general public next. I want to invite some partners to take a few Cup to make a few comments. Again, these age. Agency stepped forward. So there's the latest update from Wisconsin. You're listening to sheriff Chris FitzGerald talking about the rescue. I guess the discovery of Jimmy clauses. She broke away she escaped the sheriff said in the arrest of twenty one year old James Patterson a couple of things there. He said that he did not think that Patterson had had any contact with the family, I'm assuming he means before the abduction. And then said that Jamie was the only target in this. We will continue to monitor the news conference and bring you the latest as it occurs right now. We'll take a break come back with your money sports. Traffic and weather here on WGN were your child's be ready for kindergarten at Chester Brooke.

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"brian white" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"brian white" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Why now. For team. Shit. Showing out. She's definitely like she has that natural. What do you call it presents. Yeah. Hundred TV show so there. Yeah. Have you done new songs, lightly, chin? I did. Would you do? It's another cover by the way I haven't original coming out that all that I'm putting with an animation. So eventually that's going to. Brian always gives me Kraft for not having an original, hey, Brian. Bren that song that we kinda wrote. Our dick song, we have him sing. It just impromptu and see chin, and maybe we can jump in. I don't know is that is that appropriate right now we have him descended the chin. I haven't looked at them much well, like. Flying. Well, he's fine. The one you just did, it's on your scam or is that it's on my YouTube into bro? Yeah, don't be shot. Aladdin, what? What's an Latin Aladdin voiceover. Yeah. Oh, this. Then we watch. Aladdin. Why is what did I lose my Email on my phone? What's this song. Someone else's star by Brian white funk. Would you say comedy, would you say single as guys out there. This for all you other serial killers. There's zero dislikes, pretty cool. One. Breath, which I-. Breathy to suck. Dick. How about that too? Breathy. What are you in Simon? Cal. And..

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"brian white" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"brian white" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Producers production companies even though they get volume of submissions they should oh the writer a response to say we didn't respond thank you for the material let us know when you have something else whatever it is even if they're passing on user writer and they don't see you as having a bright future at least reject us so we don't sit there thinking oh gosh to email them again like what happened to this so anyway if you use a little bit of email tracking a little bit of a controversial practice and some email clients are ignoring it for example they don't open images automatically so then you won't know whether someone opened it but at the very least if you see that someone opened your email and has not responded at least you feel like okay they didn't just miss it it gives you a little bit more information than it was out into the ether and then you know maybe five years later you cross paths with someone and they tell you they loved your movie and you say yes send it to you and they go never got it right and you want to avoid that so that's that's one thing that you can try to use to give yourself a little bit more insight that is also very great kind of dating comparison because the iphones the first thing i did when i got the iphone was shut off that people can tell when read receipts the receipts oh my god i from indra based on android then also don't show whether you're typing right so that's the other yeah anyway there's more it's more comparisons they're scared our next question is from brian white who has completed his this is not brian white who plays the father in my films another breath this is another bright white who's completed script i for feature hopes to begin filling by the end of the year brian says from what i've gathered on the internet there are two main.

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"brian white" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"brian white" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Not surprisingly mohajane used wednesday's no to reiterate his buy rating on apple shares he also upped his price target on the shares from one hundred eighty dollars to two hundred twenty cnbc says the only apple target higher than his is the one set by drexel hamilton analyst brian white el blunck owes got a price target on apple of two hundred thirty five dollars a share may be mohammed's note helped may be apple shares were headed that way any way whatever the case i said the shares rose like a rocket apple insider says the cupertino company's stock was up nearly three bucks week they start trading the day at one hundred seventy nine dollars and ten cents more news in a moment but first a word from square space your place on line you can take control of your online presence and square space can make that happen they do that with their beautiful templates that are super easy to customize to just the look you want they do it with their powerful ecommerce functionality they do with their bill den multi device optimization site built for tablets looked just as good on laptops as they do on smartphones without any extra work from u of course just having some of show people isn't enough that's why square space has built in search engine optimization plus analytics that will let you know what's hitting and what's missing with your sights visitors go to square space dot com and start your free trial today than when you're ready to launch use offer code mac os can to save ten percent off your first purchase.

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"brian white" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"brian white" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Not surprisingly mohajane used wednesday's no to reiterate his buy rating on apple shares he also upped his price target on the shares from one hundred eighty dollars to two hundred twenty cnbc says the only apple target higher than his is the one set by drexel hamilton analyst brian white el blunck owes got a price target on apple of two hundred thirty five dollars a share may be mohammed's note helped may be apple shares were headed that way any way whatever the case i said the shares rose like a rocket apple insider says the cupertino company's stock was up nearly three bucks week they start trading the day at one hundred seventy nine dollars and ten cents more news in a moment but first a word from square space your place on line you can take control of your online presence and square space can make that happen they do that with their beautiful templates that are super easy to customize to just the look you want they do it with their powerful ecommerce functionality they do with their bill den multi device optimization site built for tablets looked just as good on laptops as they do on smartphones without any extra work from u of course just having some of show people isn't enough that's why square space has built in search engine optimization plus analytics that will let you know what's hitting and what's missing with your sights visitors go to square space dot com and start your free trial today than when you're ready to launch use offer code mac os can to save ten percent off your first purchase.

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"brian white" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"brian white" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Blue apron a better way to cook and a huge thanks to blue apron for sponsoring this week's show dow though the stars are fire doubt though the sun death move doubt truth to be a liar but never doubt the drexel hamilton analyst brian white loves apple as much today as he did yesterday or he loved it friday as much as he loved the day before that that's pretty much i'll friday show began right with news about blanco is ruining a note on the merry month of june apples supply chain best june on record according to the analyst while that might have been enough for some white was back at it on friday mac rumors had him issuing a note treading trodden drills saying that apple is on its way to a trillion dollar market cap well saying that if you're willing to do a little math quoting his note in our view apples quarterly results will be less important this summer as investors are focused on the iphone eight this fall along with the company's raised capital distribution initiative depressed valuation and new innovations as showcase a wwe d c we still believe apple remains among the most under appreciated stocks in the world his no went on to say similar to the bottoming process in apple during the summer of 2013 that drove a strong rally in the spring of 2015 we believe the bottom and the stock during may 2016 and the upcoming iphone cycle is setting up apple to reach our two hundred two dollar price target over the next twelve months.

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