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"burlingame" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Flash. What a great set up Charlie for our next segment talking about those retail names and how they are trading. There's a Bloomberg opinion piece today that talked about Black Friday fatigue, how it's a warning sign for retail in the column it was noted online sales during the crucial kick-off to the holiday season reaching though a record 9.1 billion. This is according to Adobe analytics, but the 2.3% increase from last year's supply chain crunched season, tepid compared with 13% in 2020 and 19% in 29. 19. So in store traffic about apparently similarly insipid. So let's see what our next guest has to say about all of this because he has tons of data that makes him an expert on holiday retail shopping. Back with us, we welcome Patrick Brown, VP of growth marketing and insights over at Adobe. He's with us on the phone from burlingame, California. So Patrick nice to be with you again. How are you? I'm doing fine. Nice to chat with you again, Carol. So tell us, you were on with us in early October. Talk to us about the retail environment, how it's changed, gotten better, gotten worse since then. Yeah, so I mean, we've seen the strength leading into Black Friday was really driven by the discounting. And discounting started each year, it seems to start earlier and earlier in this year. We saw consumers or retailers rather starting to discount as early as October when we had a prime day in what we've seen is those discounts just stayed low and they've stayed continuing through the Black Friday. And while Black Friday year over year perspective was only a 2.3% up year over year, it was, it did exceed 9 billion online and what's happening now through the weekend as we're seeing the demand actually online accelerate. So Saturday and Sunday, we saw the equivalent of a Black Friday in sales, 9.5 billion, which is up about 4.4% year over year. So and then leading into cyber Monday where we think the strength is going to continue on to be about a 5% year over year growth. So I think as retailers continue to deeply discount and figure out where consumers are have got some demand across some categories like toys. They're leaning into the discounts and driving some growth. Patrick, when I hear the word discount as a cheapskate or I guess frugal shopper someday call me. Here's spare cup at this guy. But are there any certain categories where you're likely to get better discounts this year? And are they all gone or are there still discounts available for the rest of the season? Well, it's a great question. And I think smart shopper is the right word. I'm similar. I mean, we've seen the discount started, like I mentioned in kind of with prime day in October. And then what's happened is for categories, especially around cyber Monday where you see electronics like traditionally have been a really core deeply discounted category 27% discount. But toys continues to kind of rule the day for Black Friday and through the weekend. So we see up to 33% discounts. But sporting goods, 20% down, jewelry, interestingly one of the categories that we're also seeing come up as consumers are more comfortable buying larger products online. As furniture, furniture and appliances believe it or not, we're seeing discounts and things in demand we're discounts are in the ten to 15% or even those products. Do I have to wait? 12 months, 6 months to get my couch though, if I do that. Well, thankfully, I think last year it was all about there wasn't really very good discounting, and it was all because of supply chain, retailers just didn't have things in their shelves and their distribution centers to fulfill some of the demands that they had to keep prices higher. I think in some cases, retailers are working off a bit of an inventory. So they are using this to manage some of their demand. They're spurring growth with lower prices, but I think you will actually get your couch and it won't be. It won't be 8 months. Hey, one thing I want to ask you if you have any thoughts, I mean, if this extreme discounting continues and I think about the retailers, what that means for margins and what kind of numbers we'll see ultimately when they in the new year report their fourth quarter numbers because I was in Sachs just walking through on Friday on Black Friday, didn't buy a thing, but spent a 150, you get a $75 gift card, and they could, wow, that's great for the consumer. It also guarantees you're going to come back and spend, but I mean, that's got to hurt retailers. Well, I mean, they are managing their inventories. I think you're alluding to. And so they're able to kind of it's better to sell some products and drive some future growth and drive some LTV where somebody can come back and potentially be a future shopper even in the coming year. I think interestingly, even though if you're in the store, one of the things that we're observing, or maybe it's World Cup related, mobile shopping is eclipsed 52% of the sales through Black Friday and through the weekend. So even as people have been out, they're still purchasing maybe not in a store, but they're buying online and they're just finding themselves the way that they're buying is much more fluid. And so I think that retailers are driving volume and driving demand. There is consumer demand out there. I think they're leaning into it with discounting. And I think that's likely to continue into the coming coming in December. Those cell phones are dangerous. I always say, you know? It's so easy to go. Click, click. If statin so good to technology, I agree. Until your spouse is like, do you know what you just did at the last 20 minutes? Patrick Brown, good to check in with you and hopefully we will again over the holidays VP of growth marketing and insights over at Adobe on the phone from California. Let's get back to world of national
Debra Burlingame: I've Lost Faith in the Political Class
"Something about the Democrat party today in this president today Where they are unmoored They're absolutely unmoored And you watch Kamala Harris she is a blank slate I mean they have no compassion for people like you or the people who've died They really have no connection that I can see and watch some of this on Sunday It was appalling Well I have to say I saw vice president Harris I saw leaders of the party in New York I saw a President Biden standing just a few yards away from where my brother's jet was plowed into The Pentagon a place that he worked as a reservist where my father worked as a career military man I saw him stand there And yet and these are the same people who dismissed 9 11 as an inconvenience and they I think what they do which is the most poisonous of all They actually advocate for our enemies when it comes to when it comes to the people who are trying to destroy this country foreign adversaries They advocate for them And it's not just a possible plea deal It's Iran It's China It's Russia I really have lost complete faith in the political class And I would add I've lost faith in the Republican Party because I feel that they are not vigorously going after the interests of our nation It's too election year to election year
Debra Burlingame: One Party Views the Other Party as a Threat
"The way he is going to arm eventually the islamo Nazi regime and Tehran with nuclear weapons When you look at the way this man conducts himself he seems to hate Republicans more than he hates terrorists more than he hates genocidal maniacs What is it just easier to attack Republicans than it is to actually stand up and be a real leader Well I think so I mean I think that our country is now at a terrible place where one party views the other party as a poisonous traitorous Body of people who are threat to the country And I think what's interesting is if you read Sullivan basically his recommendation has always been to accuse the other your enemy of what you're actually doing And I think that's what we have here But I would urge my fellow Americans if you remember 9 11 if you remember the images of 9 11 the incredible loss of life the incredible destruction that the cost of the country the heartbreak the idea that the Biden administration would offer these men who by the way a plea deal who by the way in 2008 they called themselves the 9 11 sure council they elevated themselves calling themselves a sure council and they said they wanted to plead guilty And be put to death They have embraced their guilt They have embraced what they did already they filed a legal paper to do so And now you had their defense attorneys for all human rights lawyers Saying that they're too damaged
Debra Burlingame: The Left Loves Using Clemency to Pander
"What do you make of these negotiations for crying out loud Well what I think is happening is they simply they want to end this They want to they want to take it off the table They wanted that from day one But it's something that is I think characteristic of what the Democrat party is become And at least our Democrat leaders they love giving clemency as sort of a pan to the left They did it with the weather underground people They did it with the FAL which engaged in something like a 146 bombings killing Americans cops they blinded to bomb squad comps They pulled up all these things They were all given clemency by the Clinton administration Even Carter let off the Puerto Rican nationalists who opened fire on the Senate you know shooting 5 senators one guy got shot in the chest He gave him clemency They've been sentenced to 75 years So I just think this is it's a weakening our country but when it comes to 9 11 that is beyond the pale Mark we lost 3000 people We sent our men young men and women to war 7000 people have died in the war on terror That's military Tens of thousands have been maimed loss of limbs undergone unbelievable hardships from their wounds We can't treat that as a nothing
Debra Burlingame: Dems Know They're Using Smear Tactics
"What about this theme from the Democrats and the media all day Sunday About comparing Republicans and Trump supporters and conservatives to the terrorism on 9 11 Have we lost our minds We have lost our minds And by the way it's not only a poisonous false comparison They know it is It's a smear And the whole January 6th supposedly committee and all that That's a major brush back to intimidate Republicans and conservatives but are basically your normal Americans You see things the way the way the world really is from participating in the political process That's really what this is about And it's deeply offensive It's more than offensive It is the greatest threat to democracy That's facing us right now Basically trying to take out half of the country from participating in the political process
"burlingame" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Check Our engineers say that for heavy duty usage like real towing and high payload EVs are not the right solution Ford CEO Jim Farley You know good portion maybe half of our customers will go electric Farley thinks EV pickups will be a big hit in the suburbs Retail customer doing some light towing or commuting to work is perfect But for those doing the kinds of things you see pickup truck drivers doing in commercials If you're towing a 5th wheel in Wyoming or with a horse trailer there's no way Andrew O'Day Bloomberg radio This is a Bloomberg money minute Facebook owner met a platforms his days away from opening its first retail store in California So their plan is to really get people to understand what the metaverse is and to get people to interact with all of the hardware products that will allow people to interact with the metaverse Maxwell Adler wrote the story for Bloomberg news They want people to interact with everything in the store and hopefully visitors that come in there We'll have a better understanding of the metaverse Which is a future version of the Internet made up of immersive worlds accessible via headsets but it's a vision up for debate It seems like matter right now is pushing this product on the world that people don't necessarily want They're certainly not asking for it So it's a big sales pitch for them They're going to have to really convince people of the merits of the metaverse The new metastore opens may 9th in burlingame just outside San Francisco I'm Charlie pellet Bloomberg radio breaking news.
"burlingame" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"He tried to juke a a a secondary secondary defender and he got tackled far shortly into the elliott. I knew from four three or four or five years ago. Trumped up random random over. I don't know if i'm to get better shape l. Coming light or anything like that but that that that that play right there was like That's interesting was that a Signed for things to come. Are we now going to be in a whole new world when it comes to hezekial elliott because again couple of years ago he just would have random over. There would have been no chance that guy stopping them one on one this game. It looked pretty easy. So i don't know moving forward. You got yourself guy enact prescott but man. I don't know how successful long-term dallas is going to be if he's going to have to throw the ball fifty plus times fifty five plus times a game. That was crazy. That was absolutely crazy. You gotta establish some type of burlingame. And i will say the same thing for tampa bay somewhere down the line man. You got to somehow get a little bit more balanced. I'm not saying that you have to be fifty fifty but man fourteen fourteen russia's or olympia russia's and then you have a forty four year old quarterback fifty times and i don't know but good opening game really good opening game a lot of good things for both teams a lot of things for both teams to work on and i think for those of us who absolutely love the nfl. Aaron in are waiting with baited breath about sunday where we can start watching these games. It was a fantastic way. The start this new twenty twenty one. Nfl season horns windows world sports. I'm your host wonderwall wallace so glad that you could be with a lot of things you get down discuss today. In the world of sports special.
"burlingame" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Life is very strange, and I can tell you that in the mid nineties I worked with an incredible young man named Brad Burlingame. When I managed the Shubert Theatre in Los Angeles, he was in charge of tourism in West Hollywood. We became very good friends, and he would often talk about his brother, the airline pilot, Chick, Burlingame, and Little did I know that many years later, after the events of 9 11, I would get to know and speak often with his sister, chick sister, Debra Burlingame, who became an incredibly outspoken advocate on behalf of families who lost their their loved ones on 9 11. Of course, Chick Burlingame. Was the pilot of American Airlines Flight 77 until it was hijacked and then used to murder people at the Pentagon that day by Al Qaeda terrorists and Debra Burlingame. I couldn't imagine this 20th anniversary going by without hearing from you. Thank you for being here. Larry I can't feel the same. We've talked to each other every year on this day, and it always makes me feel so good when you mentioned Brad, too. So obviously you're connected to this day. Always will be. Um, And every day is a day of remembrance for you. But now that we've hit 20 years, I'd love for you to take a moment here and and share with us where you are on this day thinking about your brother but also thinking about all of the new family members. You got to sort of adopt as you went through. The post 9 11 experience. Well, you know, I I think so much about who we were back on September 10th, and it's a marvel. Really? To me, Larry. How all our lives changed. Really in one day. Uh, um, You know, we spent most of September 11th trying to figure out what just happened to us. There was so much confusion and that confusion lasted for a long time. But really looking back in hindsight. Now I know our lives really changed. Um, when that first airplane hit the north tower and the and the massacre kept going on and on and on. And it went on. You know, A lot of Americans may not know it went on, not just in the battlefields of Afghanistan and Iraq, but it went on at in New York City. And places all over the United States, where the recovery workers who were were, um, exposed to that deadly dust have been dying in the in the hundreds, and it's at the body count keeps going. I believe it's almost as many as who died that day. I view them all as victims of bin Laden and Al Qaeda. Those are the people that rushed to that site from all over the country, not just New York, and we even had people from overseas. To save us to help us and so I think about them too, But, yeah, we've changed and it's changed the way we live. Um, definitely, Deborah. Thank you. You know something that changed. I think in all of us is recognizing how closely we are connected and I'll tell you I work at the independent Women's Forum. We are connected to you. Our one of our founders, Barbara Olson. She was on American Airlines Flight 77 the flight that your brother piloted and my kind of getting choked up just thinking about You know the fact that you know so many people. So many good people were lost. But, you know, we can't forget their memories. And they live in on live on in our heart and for me in the work that we do, and I just want to Thank you for continuing to bring your brother's memory and all those people who are connected to your brother on that day, uh, keeping their memory their flame alive. Yes, I Patrice. I know that the independent Women's Forum. I've become friends with some of those folks. And of course, Barbara Olson was, uh Quite a beloved figure. I remember watching her on CNN, and it didn't surprise me at all that she would jump up and immediately take action calling Dad, her husband, who was in solicitor general and Of course, I become friends with him to now. And, um, it's just been, um It's been very hard. Uh, well, that's actually been the good side. Of getting some of the people who we lost some of their family members, and it created quite a bond. Well, Deborah like Barbara Olson, you don't hold back. You speak your mind. And you let people know about it. I got to ask you. I mean, tomorrow on 9 11. The Taliban will be swearing in their cabinet in Afghanistan and the president this week said he wants to turn the page on this whole Afghanistan. Thank There are a lot of 9 11 family members who have said they don't want to see the president at the memorial's tomorrow. I'd love for you to speak to that. I think that you have some moral standing in this regard. I don't blame them. I know many of them who were planning on going who have now cancelled. They feel it's a betrayal to their lost loved ones. Um, to the I would save millions of troops who served in these wars. These 20 years, um, especially to the the Gold star families at the fallen and those who have suffered A catastrophic injuries and they're now living with them. We've had 60,000 of our troops commit suicide over this. And I would have is happening in Afghanistan I fear is, um we're going to see more because it is such a betrayal. And I said no. I completely understand why they don't want to go. And I'm going because I have to be there at the place. He's going to be standing a few yards away from where that airplane went in, and I have to be there for check because she didn't have a choice when he had to face The bad guys, and I don't mean to compare the president to the Taliban or Al Qaeda. I'm just saying, it's going to be a difficult moment. Well, it won't be your first difficult moment ever, Burlingame, But like I said you, uh, you're you're someone to look up to. I'll leave it at that before I start to get emotional too. I'm so honored to know you. Thank you so much for being with us today and hang in there tomorrow you'll be in my prayers. I want to say thank you. The American people who have stood by us all these years, Nick mended some people magnificent. That's Debra Burlingame. It's a 24. I'm w Now where Washington comes to.
"burlingame" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Good morning C is 7 37 here on W where Washington comes to talk. We are spending a lot of time this morning reflecting on the 20th anniversary of the events of 9 11, and we'll speak with Debra Burlingame at 8 15 to that. And, of course, she the surviving sister of Chick Burlingame from flight 77. Destined for the Pentagon 20 years ago, and then Brett Barry Fox News Channel who is on the ground there, covering the story that day, sort of intrinsically connected. Now, Breitbart is his career with the coverage of those events and the war effort afterwards and joining us all morning long as Patrice and Luca of Independent Women's Forum. Thank you for being here, Patrice absolutely happy to be here. Yes, So we are talking about that quite a bit because we won't be distracted by the president who really does want to turn the page and change the subject that said. Let's give a little bit of attention. To Joe Biden. And what he had to say yesterday with regard to this vaccine mandate, by the way, Dr Martina Carrie a doctor, Listen, if if I told you not to get the vaccine and you listen to me, that would be stupid. And if I tell you to get the vaccine and you listen to me there, But you know why? Because I'm not a doctor, and either has been trees. I've been open about the fact that I got the vaccine, but I'm a radio host. Okay, let's talk to doctors about this thing. Dr Marty Makary will be joining us at 85 to talk about this. But here's the thing. Uh, I want to provide you with information and facts and let you reached the conclusion for your own medical purposes based on what's right for you and your family based on your doctor's advice, because I respect your intelligence and I respect your freedoms. Sadly, I can't say the same thing about President Biden. This is a pandemic of the unvaccinated. Many of us are frustrated with the nearly 80 million Americans who are still not vaccinated. For elected officials actively working to undermine the fight against Covid 19. What more is there to wait for? What more do you need to see? You've been patient. But our patience is wearing thin. And your refusal has cost all of us Patrice. I was taken frankly more by the approach, the language, the attitude and the tone of the president of the United States, even even more than I was with the actual nuts and bolts of this mandate, not via statute, not via legislation, not via regular order, but through the emergency use of OSHA provisions in the Department of Labor. To force a vaccine and put a vaccine mandate out there or to have an employee who is to refuse to get the vaccine have to undergo tests on a regular basis less they lose their job. Frankly, I was more taken aback by his approach in his language in that What you just heard from him, And there's more in that vein. That's actually not anyone who is reluctant to get the vaccine right now. That ain't helping. That is not going to do the trick. It's not. I mean, President Biden spoke to the American people as though they are belligerent Children rather than as thinking adults who are able to make wise decisions with the consultation of their their doctors. About what's best for them in their bodies, best for them and their families, Best for them and their Children. I believe he also talked about telling parents it's time to get your all of your kids above 12 vaccinated as though that he's the parent and that we are the Children and that he needs to tell us what to do. Thank you, by the way, getting parental advice from the guy who raised Hunter Biden. Oh, thanks so much for telling me about how to be a good dad there, Joe. It's a whole other show. I mean, I think it's it's And we talked about this earlier. It's concerning from so many reasons. Now, when you look at the actual mandate itself and how he's using frankly dictate to accomplish this, it's concerning that he can, you know, go down from 100 employee companies with 100 employees to maybe 52, maybe 20. Why not? Because the goal is 100% vaccinated, and then why not use this kind of power in the future for something else for some other health crisis? That may come along, and so I think that those who really believe in in our freedoms believe in the Constitution, frankly believe that in an individual should make choices for their own self and their own bodies. Should should be concerned should be. No, no, not concern should be irate and outrage at what President Biden is doing and I'll just say, I've got lots of conservative and liberal friends. My liberal friends are concerned. They're saying I get what he's trying to accomplish. But this is not the way to do so, Yeah, you can be pro vaccine and also be anti government mandate at the same time, and that's exactly where I'm sitting. And let's just be clear. The numbers are clear. The people who will be affected most by this who will either be forced to get the vaccine against their will, or lose their job are people of color and people who are the working poor who currently working and have low incomes, and then oh, by the way, when they're throwing out on the street, and they don't have a job, The government will come by and have to force you know, Uh, you know, landlords did not a victim and all of the other things because the government will then rescue them from their dire straits of being unemployed, even though they were forced out of employment because of the government's mandate. That's how Marxism Words. All right, By the way, Why didn't the president say anything about natural immunity? And those people who have already survived Covid 19, which is the vast majority of people who have been infected, And will this vaccine mandate work? Is this good public health policy? We will ask all of those questions to a doctor. By the way, somebody who didn't see yesterday there was no doctors up there speaking No, it's just the president's..
Special 9/11 Episode This Friday
"Tomorrow. Show, of course, will be spending some time on 9 11 at 7 30 Eastern time We'll have our dear friend Debra Burlingame on the program. Um As you know her brother died was murdered. On flight 77 out of, uh And of Reagan National It was horrific. She's a lawyer. She's brilliant. I've gotten to know her and And so we'll be having Deborah and as well as As our anniversary program. We'll be getting into some other issues as well. I don't know how you can ignore Afghanistan. The Taliban. And what's happened 20 years later, and we won't ignore them. And we will talk about these things and more and as well as Is your participation. It's a big deal. The N Y P. D. How they've been attacked and undermined. 20 years later. Just shocking. Just appalling. So you want to be here? For all three hours. Um No brag. Just fact. I think we handle this better than most. And why do I say that? Because my broadcast career started in New York. Most people start in Podunk I started in New York. And the great W A. B C when it was part of the ABC radio networks. And I think the station As well as other stations. But this one in particular has got the fourth ownership, maybe the fifth since then. Uh, But we're steady Eddie here and we'll we'll continue to talk about it for the whole nation.
"burlingame" Discussed on KGO 810
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"burlingame" Discussed on KGO 810
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"burlingame" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I'm really glad that his finding an audience because like at the time nobody watched it. And i thought that's like really cool. Really classy thing to do. I should watch that movie again some time and so i watched the movie again and i was like man. There's a lot more in here that i didn't pick up on when i was like one and watching because rachel cook is cute and now and so i. It was one of the two movies we talked about in the first episode of the emerald city. Video podcast when we started that five years ago whatever it was and So basically since then. I've had this idea that like there's something there like in part of this is honestly just because i work in the entertainment media and if you wanna know basically anything about the avengers movie right you can find it out because the combination of like every molecule pool movie being covered to death by a hundred different entertainment sites and everybody having social media and everybody having camera phones. And you know it's like these things are like the demand that fans have always had to know more and see more and have more of their favorite movie or favor record or whatever now it's more or less satisfied right like we. We no longer have to wait for the thirtieth anniversary. Reissue of born to run to get a documentary about the making. No letter to you. It came out the same day as the record and so as a reporter. Who like. that's what i do. I help become part of this. White noise covers everything to death I thought this is a good movie. There's a lot of really cool people in it. There's gotta be some good stories here. And so years ago i started kind of halfheartedly putting together notes for like what if i did a book. What if i did neural history. But if i did whatever and at the time i backed off..
"burlingame" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Whereas most homes rifts focus on the genius part of his tortured drug addled genus zero kind of focuses on the tortured part of his torture straddle genius and so they made this movie. I loved it. It made it made its budget back but it was like two and a half million dollar movie they were never gonna. It was never going to be a huge hit. Ironically the the writer director. Jake casten has since gone on to do the new jumanji movies which are huge hits anthem but so they made a tv pilot based on zero effect. The idea was that cbs. I think at one point wanted to have it as a tv. Show and alan. Cumming got cast as the main characteristic zero and so during during my interview. With allen. For the one of the things that i that i did was i included. Zero effect in a list would like x. Men and some other stuff the franchises he was doing at the time and so I for the first time ever in his life. Native accent I actually heard oncoming say. The words zero effect and. I'm just letting something funny about this to me. Yeah so the other thing that i found very interesting is in a lotta ways. The sub plot of the film is how bader n- entertainment tvs film music drives consumerism. Yeah answers yes and there is in. You shocked me when you told this. There is product placement throughout the movie. I'm yeah it'll product payment. It's the word would be pervasive like when there's two characters talking and in the back on the wall is a reeboks or something it is just and use each of the three girls. Their hotel room was fiend to a different brand. Yes so like when you were in jozies room it was. I think Some cosmetic company and i'm blanking the moment Clear clinic maybe. But then like in In vows rumors are dawson's room. Everything was target scene where she's having a very emotional moment and she's very sad and the like pillow essentially that she's talking to her chest isn't a pillow. It's the target dog. Yeah and you said none of that was paid for. No none of that was paid for which it actually was..
"burlingame" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"So i gotta get your thought. The jeep ad you know any hot spring seen opinions. It was a weird. It was a weird one for me. 'cause i i definitely i can appreciate what he's trying to do there. Yeah but it did kind of feel like this is the first time that you hear bruce Doing his like his boundless optimism thing usually when he's doing that when he's talking about you know the charter. The distance between the american dream. American reality he has a way of making it sound accessible to everybody and in the jeep ad he really sounded like a seventy year old white guy for the first time. I think i think that's a fair on it. It's not that what he was saying wasn't valid. It's just for whatever reason the tone and the visuals and everything like it just felt like it didn't feel as ernest as bruce usually as which is funny because the the words that are being spoken are some of the most overly earnest things that have ever come out of his mouth but it kind of felt calculated in commercial and all the things that a commercial is. Because that's how it works. But i feel like you almost missed an opportunity. It's like you have this guy who is a natural storyteller who is a natural he bring. The key is an inspirational speaker in an inspirational figure. And so. I almost feel like what happened. There is that somebody wrote trying to sound like bernstein instead of just letting bruce into the writer's room what i found interesting is in and i don't remember who tweeted this photo showing the diversity of the extreme left in the extreme right Reactions to the ad tells you how far away from the middle. We are as a society right. Yeah like how. How can one thing tick off both sides so but yeah Well part of that honestly is the and like. I don't want to get into the politics of it. But part of the answer for that is literally just the the idea that for a lot of people on both sides of the political aisle in this country the notion of trying to appeal to everybody is inherently flawed because they think other side's evil. There's a chunk of people on the right and a chunk of people on the left. Who are both going to be like But there's an element of that that's going to be inevitably. It's gonna make people upset. And again i don't really like at you. Get a whole separate conversation about whether getting upset about something like that is a valid perspective or not but it. that's just reality. I don't think it's necessarily the content as it was the overall message of like trying to get along Upset allow people on the fringes. Yeah absolutely and You know the idea how. Where is this look for the middle win. Trump was president. And how dare you asked me to go to the middle on someone who doesn't want people to.
"burlingame" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"One of the underrated elements of springsteen of springsteen as a for lack of a better word manager. Guess like i think that part of the reason that both east street and the other band have been so great over time is that he kind of can look at a group of people listen to their tapes and see where their strengths are and help build a band. The capitalizes on on that stuff. So there's an element of him just kind of willing them to greatness and i think there's also an element of like these are very talented musicians. And that's why they picked out by. Bruce springsteen Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of settlers thing. Bruce your podcast. All about bruce springsteen his music mostly his fans. I am your host jesse jackson and Today we are talking bruce but we also are talking greatest movie ever made. He says with I talents maybe question mar joining me in a return engagement Russ was here last. July russ burlingame. Welcome to the show. Thank you thanks for having me As i was saying to you off my i've been wanting to come back. But i'm the kind of neurotic who's doesn't feel. Welcome unless they have a reason. Well i want you to know. I say this officially anytime you just even come up with. Hey i just. I have this random wild blank. Thought about bruce music. Jesse can i join the show. So you're always welcome. What's funny is i every so often i do and i always try to figure out their way for me to retrofit this for my day job can i. Can i turn us into comic book. Dotcom story somehow. You're always welcome to join me so For those of you. Who may up for those of you. Who came late in the spirit of the phantom give us a give us tell us about yourself entertainment journalist for the last twenty years. I've been writing about the geek space and right now on year. Eleven of working for comic book dot com. And if you've heard of us it was probably in the last few years as we've gotten huge i. I've been there since there was thirteen. Thousand people reading and nobody would tell them the name. And every oh so you draw comics on which. I'm a reporter. Who covers that industry and adjacent media which you know for me. Jason media is cover a lot of the arab shows and stuff like that. I am a tv writer primarily. And i like to dip back into comics as often as i can because i love them a i've been a springsteen fan on the one hand as long as i can remember because growing up. My dad had the tapes in the car. All the time. I think i you last time. I remember thinking as a kid that for you was like a wildly successful song because it sure it was a song that was just on all the time. It was really catchy. And so like. I remember thinking like that was a huge that that was springsteen's day hit which nineteen eighty-four probably was not a widely held conception by anybody but So i've i've i've been around music.
"burlingame" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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"burlingame" Discussed on KGO 810
"Open seven days a week. Call 650235 97 77 tribal. We've studio in Burlingame. Los Angeles Police say that if any protesters attempt to block access to the Dodger Stadium vaccination site again, they will be making quick arrests. The comments come after a group calling itself shop Mask free Los Angeles managed to stop operations for about an hour over the weekend. Now, Los Angeles police chief Michael Moore says if it happens again, Individuals will be arrested cited and their actions will be caused to be ceased. He says. This going forward is a means of ensuring the lines will stay open and that the vaccine sites will be unhindered. San Francisco police making arrests in two recent unconnected high profile death, So senior citizens one the killing of an 84 year old man in the cities and the Vista neighborhood, the other the killing of a well known private investigator. 76 year old Jack Pellegrino. Mayor London Breeds saying these kinds of unprovoked crimes against seniors are despicable. If you commit a crime in San Francisco And you hurt someone you will be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law. That is a commitment that I have from both our police chief and our district attorney attacks and crimes committed against our most vulnerable. Especially our seniors, and our Children are unacceptable to suspects were arrested in each case, and the district attorney says they will be charged with murder. Looks like some cities around California are pretty desperate to see tourism return one California town.
"burlingame" Discussed on KGO 810
"With support from Republicans if we can get it. The cove really has to pass. There's no if ends of much, but Democrats in Congress are preparing to move full steam ahead without Republicans. Some Republicans say the president's $1.9 trillion proposal is too expensive and too broad. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington, While some hard hit areas are seeing surge cases decline in covert, the CDC says cases they're still too high and deaths too. Yes, topping 4000 day for the sixth straight day. CDC Director Rochelle Wolinsky also urging Americans not to travel right now, she says, due to the more contagious variants now identified here in the U. S. Michelle, France and ABC News KGO eight, said. News update. 1 31 I Paul Rodgers, this report sponsored by tribal We've studio in Burlingame Travel. We've studio on Broadway in Burlingame is closing. Save up to 60% on high end quality Tribal new modern and antique rugs open seven days a week hold 6502359777 Speaking of tribes. I believe studio in Burlingame Santa Clara County is marking the one year anniversary of its first confirmed case of covert 19. Since then, more than 100,000 residents have contracted the disease and 1300 people have died. Counties, testing and vaccine officer Dr Marty Expense stirs shied says there's still short on vaccines. He hopes to vaccinate 15,000 people each day by August to get out of the pandemic. That's still a go. I think The government. The federal.
"burlingame" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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"burlingame" Discussed on KGO 810
"77 Tribal. We've studio in Burlingame. Questions surrounding the riot at the U. S Capitol continue, including what went wrong to allow the building to be breached. Former Secretary of Defense and CIA Director Leon Panetta telling Kjos morning show with Nikki Maduro. Everything needs to be investigated, and he says he believes the nature of the people who infiltrated the capital was well known. And it just struck me as very strange. That heavy person security precautions. The kind of things we're seeing now should have been taken at that time and want Panetta says people need to be held responsible and that he is not satisfied with what he has heard. So far. Proof of covert 19 vaccinations will likely be a part of our future and some high tech names want to make it secure and easily accessible. We get more from kgs. Mark Nieto has the covert 19 vaccine rollout gain steam, It's important to be able to prove you've been inoculated. Especially for travel work in school entered the vaccination Credential Initiative Coalition of companies, including Microsoft Sales Force and Oracle, which will create a digital Kobe vaccination passport. VC. I wants a development encrypted digital copy of your immunization credentials that can be stored in your digital wallet. Sales Force spokesman Bill Patterson says the coalition will be crucial to support public health and well being. Mark Nieto. A preliminary magnitude 3.8 earthquake shook up the East Bay today was reported at about 11 20 this morning near Concord. No reports of any damage or injuries..
"burlingame" Discussed on KGO 810
"We've studio in Burlingame. Abner Newsome is introducing a $227 billion budget plan. That, in part, focuses on getting out of the freezers and ministering into people's arms. These vaccines We must do that, in order to safely re open for in person instruction. He's talking about schools. The budget includes a $2 billion plan of four school opening at this spring. It is already faced strong objections, though from teachers and many of the state's largest school district's. They claim the plan does not include enough money to ensure California classrooms are safe. They also argue it risks a deepening what they call inequities that the pandemic exposed. Despite the cost of dealing with the pandemic, Newsome is proposing a record $85 billion for public schools in his budget. California now says that all health care workers are eligible to get the cove in 19 vaccine in Santa Clara County officials say all systems in the county itself already to vaccinate people who make appointments to get them. Health officer Dr Sarah Cody says this is a milestone. I think that what we've seen so far is promising. Because our healthcare systems were able to bring up vaccinations in the middle of responding to the biggest surge we've ever had, and over, Ah Holiday Cody as that, Even after getting the vaccine, people should still wear their masks, avoid gatherings and stayed distant from each other. She says The community will not be safe until what eighties 5% of residents are vaccinated. Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda has died at the age of 93. God has been good to make. Tommy Lasorda was a Los Angeles icon, a symbol of the city as manager leading the Dodgers toe 1599 wins and two world serious titles in ordinary guy. He was manager from 1976 to 1996 had 93 years old. He was in the stands to see the team when the 2020 world Syriza against the Tampa Bay Rays. The Dodgers are they Campion's of 2020 disorder, was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Jessica Burlingame:How To Revitalize Your Work-From-Home Team
"Hi everybody. i'm jessica burlingame with agathon advisors. Thanks so much for joining me today. I'll be offering you for stealth moves to revitalize your work from home team whether you lead a team of two of ten or one hundred or if you are your own all star team of one. Let's dive right in first. Let's talk about why. A few stealth moves might serve you right now. Lots of us are facing unprecedented demands to work and to lead from home which can be exhausting but we still need to deliver maybe at a higher level than ever and maybe with less support and we need all the vitality and energy. We can get to make that happen. These four stealth moves may offer you. Andrew people some of the support. You need through this time. You may find as we go through this lesson today. That you're making some of these moves already. In that case today may give you some ideas to elevate your existing power moves into straight up superpower moves. because let's face it. We probably all need our inner superhero more than ever these days. And yes i do believe. We all have an inner superhero. So let's dive into each stealth move. One by one stealth move number. One is to say whoops in public. That's right you say whoops you made a mistake you own it and you move forward you make this move under many circumstances maybe even say to yourself from time to time you might be saying to me. Now hold up a minute. Don't look weak. If i admit that i messed up. Isn't it better to try and fix a problem before anybody notices or just a power through it and hope for the best. Maybe but the superpower stealth move is to say whoops in public and then to keep going. Don't hide a mistake but don't let it crush or unduly phase you either now. Let's be clear here as deloitte leaders. Jeff tough and stephen goldbach put it in. A wonderful book called detonate celebrating. Failure can be an excuse for mediocrity. That's not what we're talking about with stealth move number one. What we are talking about is acknowledging and moving on from inevitable recoverable. Mistakes to get you and your team back on track to your best work together a sap. What are some other benefits of stealth move number one saying whoops well at some point. One hundred percent of humans are going to make a mistake if you can model the trust in yourself and your teammates to say whoops and then keep moving towards a solution you might free up a whole lot of time and energy and he might also reinforce that you and your team are in this together. Even when you're physically report to recap superpower stealth move number one is to say whoops and then move on. Let's all move on now to stealth move number two which is to say. I don't know you heard it. Superpower stealth move of saying. I don't know you might make this move. When you're feeling question from a client that you can't answer right away you might be stumped as you look to fix a mistake or resolve an issue and you know confronting real uncertainties within your business as you. Listen you might be saying back to in your mind. Wait a minute don't i. Don if i admit i don't know something or underprepared isn't it better to guess right away and hope i'm proved right in the long term but the superpower stealth move here is not just to admit in public that you don't know something but also that you're working on it and or you'll find somebody who does know and or you are open to others input and knowledge as you seek the answer that will serve your team. What are some other payoffs to this stealth move. Chances are that over the course of a career or probably even day. You'll need some information that you won't have exactly when you need it being honest about that inevitable moment when it happens can liberate you and your team from scrambling to save face in the short term and from any damage control. That approach require later on. Bonus points for stealth move number. Two one of your teammates might actually know that thing that you don't and this stealth move of admitting you don't know then gets you quickly to an answer. And even more importantly perhaps gives that teammate a chance to shine revitalizing their day for sure and hopefully yours with ripple effects for the rest of the team as well to recap stealth move number two is to say. I don't know and move on as we move onto stealth move number three. Consider the superpower of saying thank you. Maybe your teammate came through with an answer you didn't have maybe your assistant saved you from scheduling fumble. Maybe your client shared feedback. That helped you up your own game. You might be saying to me. Now hang on. I say thank you all the time. How's that a stealth move first off. If you're already saying thanks frequently you are ahead of the game. Thank you second from that base. You might consider how to superpower your thank used by making them as personal as specific as possible. a simple thank. You might give the hearer a general sense of being appreciated and some positive feelings but a personal specific. Thank you can offer meaningful data about the exact value that you recognize in any teammates specific action or contribution. It might also help. Establish a valuable team of recognizing and celebrating your value to each other as you continue your data day. What are some other payoffs stealth move number three saying thank you. Well we all want to be seen for who we are at our best. That's what marcus books. And ashley goodall share in a beautiful book called nine lies about work. A freethinking leaders guide to the real world now as a leader. You might give great attention to the feedback that you offer your people saying thank. You is a little different. It's offering attention recognition. Maybe even gratitude. And how could that not give your teammate a lift it might just lift you up two
Measuring Performance Under Pressure Using Machine Learning
"Lotto. Welcome to this week in machine learning and a._i. Thank you happy to be here yeah. I'm really looking forward to chatting with view. You are in the enviable position of having combined a couple of your life's passions. You've been playing soccer since the age of i five and now you get to study it and apply machine learning to <hes> the analysis of that sport and and others there's as well or are you permanently focused on soccer right now. I'm just focusing soak right now yeah. So how did this all come to be well. I she already mentioned conventions. I <hes> i place from home life. <hes> and i did a bachelor's in mathematics and while studying <hes> i find out of this company gold size i sports that will say oh using combining mathematics and the and soccer to get insights in a while what players clubs to buy i indicator the company in company bac dennis just to run by three students and just getting company surround five years ago and <hes> i kept in contact. I worked like one day a week and then i started doing masterson econometrics and at the end of a masters i could could could work at the company as a scientific research so in a total started and companies based in amsterdam. It's based in it started antedates. It's like in the in the east of the country. You're very small country so it's around two hours from amsterdam and we also have an office in amateur right now celek in the middle of <hes> of nelson's and from the time you started working there when it was just the three students <hes> it's grown to what now to around fifty people right now selling just six years big road talk a little bit about before we dive into the specific paper that will be <hes> speaking about talk a little bit about your general area of research. They're so so we are at size. We <hes> <hes> well. We hope multiple different lights with a main focus is on the recruitment part for clubs so <hes> both actually yeah oklahoma want to find new you knew players to <hes> for teams and that's where we help and in our team our data analytics team we built all new models many using machine learning earning to get insights from this data that we get <hes> and it's how we while we hope to clubs and we have like an online forum where <hes> while <music> our clients can find around nineteen ninety thousand nine zero <hes> players from all over the world and can find our strengths and weaknesses. Loda take away helped him okay at what are some of the main data sources that you have access to for the various <hes> analytics that you do now. We got the access to to match event data as scold though you get us from our partner why scouts and data is like many entertainments. It's like every action that occurs on the bitch so <hes> an boss dribble across an data to which player performance action from got to wear a what time in the match that's going to be revealed with the day okay and so the data is <hes> it kind of a set of time series events or or yeah yeah yeah okay and are there other data source providers that are doing things as with <hes> more imagery video based data or is that not <hes> prevalent in soccer yet it is we have a part of our accompanies working on now on that special team at school the ball games team and they don't working on a screamer system which currently hangs in three stadiums <hes> <hes> and it is like using the computer vision to attract the players in the boa to each moment each diamond game so that's also what we're doing so we're also collecting data with my team is primarily focused on event data for clips because well to scout players. You have to know a lot about all these players around the world and video data is not yet <hes> provided for a lot of leaks. That's why make sense make sense <hes> <hes> so the paper that we are going to dig into one that you presented <hes> earlier this year at the <hes> the sloan sports analytics conferences called coke or shine quantifying soccer players ability to perform under mental pressure. Tell us a little bit about the motivations for this paper super yeah so well. It's it's about quantifying. A shocker place. Ability to prefer momentum pressure and actually want to do is <unk>. <hes> what we sold a lot of research in natural granted extra currently it's growing fast but there's never any research wanted to flee done about a helpless as performance under pressure and now i've also as a soccer player myself <hes> i also feel the pressure sometimes to actually how we how who became a well with the topic so we wanted to measure the performance of display <unk> pressures getting high so we had extra data for this and that's actually how we started this research <unk> <hes> to <hes> to people from the laser the pizza and jesse another colleague of mine young we did the survey research and is applying some kind of machine learning or analytics to mental pressure i sure is that something that you've seen done in other fields as it you know prevalent in some other fields and it's something you're trying to bring to a soccer or is it something that we don't really do a lot of now. In sports. It is tasmania investigated in some other sports but not extensively yet so i think it's still a field that needs to be investigated more. We also want to do more in research this and spoken to quite so memento coaches that work different clubs ups and they always though is that there is like <hes> it's hard for them to to show improvement of certain players on wall certain aspects of the mental mental game gene and i think <hes> well <unk> its will in all sports <hes> from important that you demand <unk> correct sola well <hes> you can perform uninventive pressures. That's the point. Sarah are being mate sola yeah yeah and so. How were you in your research defining mental pressure. How're you characterizing it. In the games that you're looking at yeah so actually what we what we did we defined to expect with mental pressure so the pregame at pressure and in game pressure so you can imagine that before a game starts already some pressure on certain games for example when wanna <hes> <unk> playing game for championship like burger leaks like <hes> i think it was ten years ago something that's maybe less when the city and units <unk> united both could be the champions <hes> well then rushes getting high and we also so investigated in game pressure and it's based on an in game marine probability model so at each point in time we predict <hes> while the the <hes> the win for both the teams and when a change in go as being scored when this engaged impropriety would change a lot sack the pressure is high so for example when it's like a one one in las minutes then precious really high spring score a goal to mai- mainly mainly changed the winner of the game the finish <unk> three zero score on the board then it doesn't matter anymore and so you've kind of characterized is games <hes> by this low pressure high pressure or at least the the pre-game is the the the pressure is not the level of the game but the in game. That's <hes> an attribute. You're applying to the games. Is it minute by minute or event by event or i guess it's just whenever the score changes yeah so that's actually whenever detroit is actually manned by minutes so it's suv <unk> affected this model and it takes into account like the current score also like a red guards guards and the kind of stuff and also like <hes> vinaplast team is attacking a lot naples or comfort winner in game win probability model so yeah. That's that's <hes>. That's it for the pre-game show. It's like a fixed a set number burlingame yeah and those two combined make like active pressure at a certain event in a game okay and you're you've got the you've got the pressure on the one hand and you're trying brian use that to predict what so we actually have to pressure on one end and liotta and we have <hes> actually three performance metrics and so so e for every action that we have dispose a baltimore dribble we compute three things so contribution of this <hes> this action mm-hmm so by contribution we mean <hes> the increase in scoring a goal in the near future so actually from every action <unk> <hes> the failure of the game before the election and offered action and the difference in those two makes <hes> the contribution of an of an action and next to that we also <hes> <hes> decision won't if the titian and the quality of execution and those three for three we can see like how does it play perform infrastructures like a normal normal states when it's getting high getting lower and this more or less prescriptive display this contribution contribution element. It sounds like that saying that at a given time in the game given all of the player positions and some event that just happened. You're able to come up with some metric. That captures kind of the relative advantage of the the different teams that in and of itself sounds like a hard problem. Yeah it is yeah so it was actually how this all started so i think a year before his paper her <hes> we worked on a model to measure this contributions for other players so this was actually doses for each <hes> <hes> each game state <unk> hobby record of every game state is like <hes> characterized by <hes> old actions that have been played until abend position of the player with the ball the the diamond match the score difference an forever game state. We predict <hes> the jones had written. <hes> connections goals being scored by one team so it's actually like a binary <unk> education program and we also nope. We also a predictions. That's the older team will score with intonations and this way we can measure like for every action recommissioned offensive and the defensive contribution so for example when a player falls to bowl from his own through his striker. We'll have a very high contribution offensive offensive contribution without <unk> noland into -ceptable in your own box. You will also have a defensive contribution and that's what we <hes> well. I worked on and and this is also something that'd be already show to our to our clients in written they can find like players that have like for example high pulse contribution <hes> each each year spoke dylan's before their authors new with that original work on contribution of a couple of questions here one <hes> when you're looking at player position like do you quantify that in some way or is it kind of continuous position position in the field position where where the players with the ball or even look at where the players are that don't have the ball it. 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Chelsea and Tottenham battle to keep their flatlining seasons alive
"Wednesday three o'clock. This is probably the one that you'll be circling for your mid week slate, you be circling Chelsea and Spurs someone is really gonna feel bad about themselves. When this once, I know will it be you. Recent history will tell you. Yeah. Probably the bridge too. Yeah. Typically, not fared well there. Yeah. I wouldn't I wouldn't like to actually call this one. 'cause I'm sure there's a little bit of residuals from the weekend that will impact this game two and boy Tottenham they just they keep getting themselves to the edge, and they just refuse to take that next step. They just can't do it. I don't know what it is got dashed like they did in a year where Burnley has not been Burnley like the, you know, sound defensively nine there were a little bit more resurgent known in the last couple of months. Did you watch any of the Tottenham Burlingame? I only saw highlight because there were two refereeing decisions that came under the microscope in this. It was Mike dean, of course, it was obviously. But there was the one that led to Burnley's first goal when they ruled it out a play on for Tongan gave Burnley corner that was a tough one even on the replay. I mean, it was definitely gone on the Bernie prayers. It was a goal kick. It set here and argue for an hour about handballs on the. That one didn't out on Burnley should be Tommy defend the corner web, though, did you know, no, they didn't. And then the one that like people want to use this as okay, we're even now because Danny rose took the throw in five yards further up field, and where it should have been. No, that's what we're going to start. The way will be like they were agrees of wrong and getting a corner kick off which the opposition scores. Getting that decision wrong and the stealing of yards from throwing which as. Like, there's I don't even know what the rule is. It's just whatever the linesmen referee goes back it. I mean, they're always step stolen north in ever happens from where it should of like booing, Danny rose every time he touch the ball. You throw in faith. The eight you will tell you. What though when I saw Harry Kane and the team sheet, I was like really is this necessary we've seen this before. But then he goes out plays. The goal is scored it not as I touch his second touch was amazing incredible. For just see how he's going to respond to that. No. I I just think with lingered and an and Kane who I am not having a go at medical professionals. I'm just saying what is the Rocher especially to when you're in the Champions League against Bruce Dortmund three-goal advantage or not. I don't care like you got to play your best team for that game. You've got Chelsea mid week, which is more important. I think than Burnley. I don't know. I was I was a little bit surprised to see his name on there. Now, they will have a little bit of a break out of the FA Cup, obviously. But yet I'm trying to just kind of enjoy Tottenham for what it is right now, they're not going to win the league. They're probably still going to like top four is not set in stone, obviously. But I feel good about the seven per China champion grow. No, right. Like one enjoy the. Champions League just in. This is a big win against Chelsea like just enjoy life showing your life as a Spurs. Yeah. Try not to let that Burnley game ruined. My my day it ruined several hours afterwards. But you move on because this season is what it is. And like try to enjoy this
De La Salle tops 2018 Chronicle Top 25 football rankings
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Daily Sal tops two thousand eighteen chronicle top twenty five football rankings. Final two thousand eighteen chronicle. Top twenty five football rankings are KTM rec L W comment. One day LaSalle twelve to one one twenty seventh street NCIS title, just short at state to liberty thirteen one to know NCIS title, but state one champs three Menlo Atherton thirteen to eleven CCS d one and state three AA champions four Wilcox four one six state three eight chaps most wins and bay area five valley. Christian eleven to three seven C C S D two champions overachieved six Saint Francis. Eleven three three w Cal. Champs two tough losses to finish seven Clayton valley. Nine two four hung with liberty for a half. Eight Pittsburgh seven four five win healthy. Probably second best team nine Bishop O'Dowd eleven to nine NCIS division. Two champions ten cardinal Newman. Eleven one eight flip of Cohen, ends brilliant season eleven Palo Alto tend to ten one of bay. Area's most improved teams twelve mclennan's twelve to twenty elite company with third straight state title thirteen SR valley nine four twenty two NCIS D one title was programs third overall, fourteen Rancho Kotite eleven to two eleven untimely injury to QB Jared Stocker fifteen Campo Lindo there. Eighteen three nineteen thirty two TD passes from junior grant Harper sixteen freedom nine four eighteen loss. Twenty eight to twenty one two s RV an NCIS finals seventeen Merrin Catholic. Ten four and are one of Mazi moyenne ads. Best coaching jobs. Eighteen Sarah seven five thirteen dream two thousand seventeen season too hard to match nineteen Antioch. Seven four fourteen. Lost big lead in NCIS D one upset loss twenty less Lomas, twelve to one fifteen scored five hundred eighty six points, but none in NCIS semis. Twenty-one? Monte vista seven four sixteen grade season, but B to be losses to s RV twenty two California. Eight four seventeen thirty five to thirty four season ending loss to freedom. Twenty-three Sacred Heart prep eleven to twenty three v c o t win costs. SHP nor Cal bid twenty four Lincoln SF thirteen o twenty-five SF s and CIF state six eight champs twenty-five Burlingame eleven to two n r c c s d for champs won ten straight to finish five bay area. Football teams claimed CIF champion Saturday the most in the region's history. One of those teams was not day LaSalle, which for the twenty seventh street season claimed the top spot in the chronicles top twenty five final rankings daily, Sal ranked eighth nationally going in dropped thirty five to twenty one open division game to top ranked mater dei Santa Ana on December eighth. The rest of the state championships were delayed a week later because of northern California Air quality issues from the campfire viewed county in the first rankings by the chronicle since the end of the regular season. State champions mclennan's for a and Menlo Atherton three AA and north coast section d one champion San Ramon valley, moved up the most San Ramon valley moved from number twenty two to thirteen MC Clemens twenty to twelve an M a from eleven to three m won five straight games from the end of the regular season, including a thirty three to twenty eight central coast section division one comeback win over number four Wilcock Santa Clara, fourteen one which one St. three eight championship despite a forty two seven loss today, less Al and the NCIS open division championship. Liberty maintained a firm. Hold on. The number two ranking with a state won a championship. The regions fifty champion Lincoln not only romps to fifty three zero win over mission in the San Francisco section championship. But took the state six eight title with a twenty four to thirteen win over orange Glen Escondido at C C SF the Mustangs, finish thirteen. Oh. And moved up one. Spot to number twenty four in the final rankings.
U.S. Justice Department probes Musk statement on taking Tesla private
"Just when you thought the worst was behind tesla, the Justice department. Now, looking into Elon Musk's tweets about the company Filipo breaking it down from Burlingame Calif. Phil. Yes, Scott, it's unclear how intense this investigation is by the department of Justice as it looks into the tweet that Elon Musk sent out in early August regarding the possibility of taking tesla private. There were some reports earlier in the day that this is a criminal probe. We've been on able to confirm that, but here's what we do know with tesla, confirming that, yes, it has been in touch with the department of Justice. The focus of what the department of Justice is asking questions about is the take private tweet that was sent in early August tesla says, it has sent in documents that were requested by the department of Justice. In a statement, tesla says, we received a voluntary request for documents from the DOJ and we have been cooperating in responding to it. We have not received a subpoena a request for testimony or any other formal process. We respect the DOJ's desire to get information about this and believe that the matter should be quickly resolved as they review the information they have received while it's unclear whether or not this probe is a. Huge issue for tesla and for Elon Musk, it did put shares of tesla under pressure today. Remember tesla is also under an SEC investigation as the SEC looks into the tweet that Elon Musk sent out on August fourth, where he said he was considering taking the company private. That of course, sent shares moving higher. And eventually those shares came back when EON musk and Tesla's board said they would not consider going private
Canadian mom, daughter reported missing in California
"The search is on for a mom and. A daughter from Canada who went missing in northern California the pair arrived in San Francisco Saturday rented a car for a camping trip. Along along the coast they reportedly checked out of Burlingame hotel on Sunday and never arrived to the pigeon point hotel where. They were believed to be headed, they had a camp reservation in Humboldt on, Tuesday campers say, they thought they saw. The mom and daughter before they
Jennifer Garner shines at her Walk of Fame ceremony
"Actress Jennifer garner was honored today with a star on the Hollywood, Hollywood walk of fame, actors Steve. Carell Bryan Cranston and Judy Greer all spoke in her honor before that star was unveiled on Hollywood. Boulevard keep on the vast me not a lot of, people but if you what getting this star means to. Me, well first of, all it means I've moved into a lovely nice neighborhood nestled between l. copy Thanh and hooters which offers some employment. Possibilities Jennifer received, a two thousand six hundred forty first star on the Hollywood walk of fame in the category of motion pictures she is. Perhaps best known for her roles in Juneau Dallas buyers club and thirteen going on