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Search warrants served in 1996 disappearance of California college student Kristin Smart
"New search warrants have been served in California and Washington state in the investigation of the disappearance of college student Kristin smart back in nineteen ninety six the California polytechnic state university student vanished while returning from a party the San Luis Obispo county sheriff's office announced the search warrants were served today because of the high profile nature of the investigation search warrants are sealed by a
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia
"It was understood that these songs were never going to receive heavy radio rotation and for performer. Who specialized in novelty hits like? Chicago's jump in the Saddle Apple. Curly the time in the spotlight was brief. Jump in the saddle smash the curly shuffle sold well enough to reach number fifteen gene in early one thousand nine hundred eighty four but again. It's radio spins were largely confined to morning and drive time. Hours and jump in the saddle title never cracked the hot one hundred again. Doctor DEMENTO had a point novelty hits even when they found an audience. We're now no longer anger. Radio hits it was around this time that a young protege of Doctor Demento 's broke on the charts a novelty recording artists. Who would go on to build the most enduring career in comical Nicole musically when we come back how AL became weird in the summer of Nineteen nineteen seventy-nine nineteen year old? Alford Yankovic a student at California Polytechnic State. University in San Luis Obispo California. Nia noticed that there was this punchy song dominating the radio it was my Sharona. The atop hit of one thousand nine hundred seventy nine recorded by new wave rock band the knack and one thing owl knew right away this would be a funny any song to parody. How Yankovic had already spent years listening to the doctor Demento show and home recording his own comical the songs played on accordion? Al Had even passed a tape of some of his songs to Demento when the radio host visited Al's high school all in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy six DEMENTO played a couple of AL songs on the show now at CAL poly Yankovic took his accordion into into a bathroom across from the college radio station and recorded his own version of the tax hit Hungary. One hungry one. I had with him my Bologna Ano- marsh to lunch. Meat would not only launch Al Yank vicks recording career. It typified several royal trends for him for one thing. It was a smash on the doctor. DEMENTO show demento claimed my below was his most requested song of Nineteen Nineteen seventy-nine for another thing als- parody charmed the artist behind the original song. Doug Feiger lead singer of of the neck found out about my Bolognia expressed his appreciation for the flattering Omar and helped. I'll get it released on the next own label people capitol records and it was on that forty five actual label that Al formerly debuted his full performing me. Weird Weird Al Yankovic. A moniker given to him by fellow CAL poly students a couple of years earlier by nineteen eighty. Allie was a star on the doctor Demento show and when he appeared as a guest on the program late that year he came ready to record a follow follow up to my Bologna and had even selected his next hit song parody and another one. The Queen's another one bites the dust was rising to number one on the hot one hundred in the fall of nineteen eighty just cost as al appeared on the Demento show accompanied only by his accordion and the pounding of self styled drummer. Jon Bermuda Mute Schwartz on Al's accordion case Yankovic recorded another one rides. The bus live in Doctor Demento studio media it released on former disco label. Tk records another one rides. The bus became weird Al's first billboard hit reaching a number one hundred and four on the magazine's bubbling under the hot one hundred chart in March of nineteen eighty one. The song was popular enough enough. That al was invited by late night TV host. Tom Snyder to perform another one. Rides the bus on his NBC program the the Tomorrow Show Weird. Al Yankovic I became known for his parodies of Popular Rock Tunes in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy nine with parody song done by the next which was called Misha Aroma and weird. Al Knew how to present himself off on television with his shaggy hair and Frank Zappa like mustache and his rabid rock and roll attack on the Accordion on rock instrument and here was a performer. who had seemingly learned from every novelty act that had come to four from Spike Jones and Allan Sherman? The wit of of combining a familiar melody with unexpected lyrics from Shel Silverstein. How to build a whimsical song like a story from Tom? Lehrer are how to make parody song lyrics not only funny but sharply phrased all of these skills including the visual would come in handy very very soon. It should be noted that weird. AL's initial breakthrough via the DEMENTO show predated the nineteen eighty-one launch of MTV. But once that video channel took off and popularized the music video in America the kinds of new wave songs that became hits lent themselves yourselves to parody and Allie Yankovic had a great year for hit songs with both comic and visual potential..
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"It was understood that these songs were never going to receive heavy radio rotation and for performer. Who specialized in novelty hits like? Chicago's jump in the Saddle Apple. Curly the time in the spotlight was brief. Jump in the saddle smash the curly shuffle sold well enough to reach number fifteen gene in early one thousand nine hundred eighty four but again. It's radio spins were largely confined to morning and drive time. Hours and jump in the saddle title never cracked the hot one hundred again. Doctor DEMENTO had a point novelty hits even when they found an audience. We're now no longer anger. Radio hits it was around this time that a young protege of Doctor Demento 's broke on the charts a novelty recording artists. Who would go on to build the most enduring career in comical Nicole musically when we come back how AL became weird in the summer of Nineteen nineteen seventy-nine nineteen year old? Alford Yankovic a student at California Polytechnic State. University in San Luis Obispo California. Nia noticed that there was this punchy song dominating the radio it was my Sharona. The atop hit of one thousand nine hundred seventy nine recorded by new wave rock band the knack and one thing owl knew right away this would be a funny any song to parody. How Yankovic had already spent years listening to the doctor Demento show and home recording his own comical the songs played on accordion? Al Had even passed a tape of some of his songs to Demento when the radio host visited Al's high school all in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy six DEMENTO played a couple of AL songs on the show now at CAL poly Yankovic took his accordion into into a bathroom across from the college radio station and recorded his own version of the tax hit Hungary one Hungry one I mean within my Bologna Ano- marsh to lunch. Meat would not only launch. Al Yank vicks recording career. It typified several royal trends for him for one thing. It was a smash on the doctor. DEMENTO show demento claimed my below was his most requested song of Nineteen Nineteen seventy-nine for another thing als- parody charmed the artist behind the original song. Doug Feiger lead singer of of the neck found out about my Bolognia expressed his appreciation for the flattering Omar and helped. I'll get it released on the next own label people capitol records and it was on that forty five actual label that Al formerly debuted his full performing me. Weird Weird Al Yankovic. A moniker given to him by fellow CAL poly students a couple of years earlier by nineteen eighty. Allie was a star on the doctor Demento show and when he appeared as a guest on the program late that year he came ready to record a follow follow up to my Bologna and had even selected his next hit song parody and another one. The Queen's another one bites the dust was rising to number one on the hot one hundred in the fall of nineteen eighty just cost as al appeared on the Demento show accompanied only by his accordion and the pounding of self styled drummer. Jon Bermuda Mute Schwartz on Al's accordion case Yankovic recorded another one rides. The bus live in Doctor Demento studio media it released on former disco label. Tk records another one rides. The bus became weird Al's first billboard hit reaching a number one hundred and four on the magazine's bubbling under the hot one hundred chart in March of nineteen eighty one. The song was popular enough enough. That al was invited by late night TV host. Tom Snyder to perform another one. Rides the bus on his NBC program the the Tomorrow Show Weird. Al Yankovic I became known for his parodies of Popular Rock Tunes in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy nine with parody song done by the next which was called Misha Aroma and weird. Al Knew how to present himself off on television with his shaggy hair and Frank Zappa like mustache and his rabid rock and roll attack on the Accordion on rock instrument and here was a performer. who had seemingly learned from every novelty act that had come to four from Spike Jones and Allan Sherman? The wit of of combining a familiar melody with unexpected lyrics from Shel Silverstein. How to build a whimsical song like a story from Tom? Lehrer are how to make parody song lyrics not only funny but sharply phrased all of these skills including the visual would come in handy very very soon. It should be noted that weird. AL's initial breakthrough via the DEMENTO show predated the nineteen eighty-one launch of MTV. But once that video channel took off and popularized the music video in America the kinds of new wave songs that became hits lent themselves himselves to parody and Allie Yankovic had a great year for hit songs with both comic and visual potential..
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on KOMO
"Happened during a Kansas City Chiefs victory celebration at a club called nine ultra lounge there's a line of people to get into the establishment the suspect approach the line and started shooting into the line police captain David Jackson says the shooter was killed by an armed guard possibly taking his motivation with him I don't know if he was targeting a specific person or if there is any relationship or anything that led up to that of the fifteen who were wounded three were in critical condition Jim Ryan AT seniors a potential break could be coming in the case of Kristen smart a former California polytechnic state university student whose disappearance remains unsolved smart family spokesman John C. galli says that may change soon notification by the FBI and the us San Luis Obispo county sheriff's office to the smart family that there could be a development announced in the coming weeks nineteen year old Kristen smart vanished from a college campus during her freshman year though investigators have followed up on several leads in the twenty three years and she disappeared her body has never been found in a suspect never charged in her disappearance Scully says the family has not been given any additional information on what the development could be but says the family has not received this kind of notification before about this case royal Caribbean is blaming in Indiana grandfather for last summer's death of his eighteen month old granddaughter the cruise line is filed its response to the lawsuit over Khloe Weingart Weigand's death as she fell from an eleven for window on the cruise ship while it was docked in port a Rico in July royal Caribbean says her grandfather knew the window that she fell from was open the cruise line says they have video that shows that it's one fourteen hundred update on our call traffic.
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"And forty fifth and checking on more travel times limit to Seattle thirty seven minutes Renton Bellavia forty one in federal way to Seattle forty eight minute drive next call traffic at seven forty four look at the weather your set point of the couple forecasting we're going hot today and sunny high temperatures in the upper eighties almost ninety year as we start off a new work week going to sunny one as well tomorrow as well into the nineties and then by the middle and end of the week down to the seventies as clouds start to increase maybe even a scattered shower or two next weekend keep you posted on that enjoy your week ahead I'm set point in a coma weather center beautiful sunny skies in downtown Seattle it's sixty two right now seven thirty seven is a qual seems like an unlikely candidate for anxiety over wild fires but experts say climate change is brought the risk of major wildfires right here to the rainy northwest experts say global warming is bringing higher temperatures lower humidity and longer stretches of drought minister kwon towns like across the region having vegetation spills into backyards often pressing against houses in neighborhoods built along mountains plus there are strong sees no wins and few roads leading out a professor California polytechnic state university puts it this way quote the only thing that's keeping it from going off like a nuclear bomb is the weather this call was Frank Lenzi reporting all foot ferry service in king and kids have counties is suspended this week and almost Anne's would occur tells us why county needs this week in order to move all of its operations from fear fifty two where they've been operating for about the past two years down to peer fifty so all king county plus kids that county fast ferry services suspended this week that's all the way through Sunday so there's four can get done a brand new water taxi terminal will greet riders from west Seattle Vashon island and kids that county next Monday August twelfth at pier fifty acres meet this week to move the game away from the temporary job they used for the past two years down to the new location plus they need to install new floats connect electricity water and sewer homeowners time seven thirty eight the Seattle transportation department is asking for nine million dollars to help modify and connect the city's streetcar lines it's going to ask the Seattle city council for that money tomorrow this project is already fifty five million dollars over the original budget the department of transportation says the additional money would help pay for an environmental policy review and a maintenance facility that would accommodate the new cars the redesign of it ever it building to provide mental health and addiction treatment is under way the update from almost Eric heights at a cost of twenty six million dollars compass helps Broadway campus includes eighty two beds once in place residents will be connected to treatment and assistance programs there were Herald reports money still being raised for the next phase which includes a roughly forty four million dollar mental health and addiction treatment center plans are to start construction on a five story building that once finished would move people with mental and addiction issues who are experiencing homelessness and a permanent housing the support services public comment is being accepted on the plan for the supportive housing building until August twelfth Eric kites como new seven thirty nine coming up next we have a winner in our Daily News trivia contest and we'll check sports Johnny got a twig offset when he was three and from that day on he was hooked all he wanted to do was go golf golf be on the links before school after school all he ever wanted was to go pro and then one day when he was holding his grandson and thinking about is twelve handicap Johnny realized it just might not happen for him but you know what did happen for him he switched to geico and saved a bunch of money on car insurance so.
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Where you're headed a medi Chris admin for Robert I just heard well in a spring one said and I like most Americans think I know everything I have no idea what shawarma is I'm gonna I'm gonna have to look that up just like my parents told me I'd ask him what a word meant look it up so I'm I'm going to do that while I listened to rose tell us the latest season lu Han a law firm studio doing doing right this is KDKA radio it is seventy six degrees at its very international at six thirty on rose Ryan Douglas hundreds gathered during an emotional funeral service at soldiers and sailors Memorial Hall to say farewell to Pittsburgh police officer Calvin hall KDKA radio's Joe to see was there mayor bill Peduto thank Calvin holes family for sharing him with us from the very earliest time Calvin hall wanted to be a police officer in her sermon pastor early in Coleman said officer whole wasn't really off duty or out of uniform when he was shot that other parts of the uniform is a caring heart the heart of a peacemaker thirty six year old Calvin hall was laid to rest at home with cemetery in Oakland show to steal his radio ten twenty KDKA weapons were drawn during a drug sting in Ross township around one o'clock this afternoon in the parking lot of the big lots in the forty seven hundred block of McKnight road an officer with the attorney general's office was shot and wounded a second officer returned fire killing the suspect the injured officer was shot twice taken to the hospital last reported in stable condition with non life threatening injuries the only thing we know about the suspect is that to the suspect age was thirty one the incident was an operation of the attorney general's bureau of narcotics investigations the man accused of posting revenge porn of Darius Chisholm online has pleaded guilty in a Jamaican court reports say the former W. P. X. I. anchors ex boyfriend fifty three year old Donovan Powell of Jamaica pleaded to three cyber crime charges he'll be sentenced in November the Senate gave final approval to a bill ensuring that a victims compensation fund related to the nine eleven attacks never runs out of money the vote came after democratic senators agreed to allow votes on amendments sponsored by Republicans Mike Lee and rand Paul who had been blocking the popular bill the Senate easily defeated those amendments the bill extends a fund created after nine eleven through twenty ninety to a centrally making a permanent the president is expected to sign the bill the Pentagon once again has a Senate confirmed secretary of defense mark asper had overwhelming support in the Senate he was confirmed by a vote of ninety two eight and he has been sworn in former special counsel Robert Muller has said he will not go beyond his report when he testifies before Congress tomorrow the justice department has also told him he must stay to just the report Connecticut Democrat Jim Himes on the intelligence committee says there are elements of the report that are very important for people to see the way the Russians use social media to manipulate our emotions to manipulate what we thought about Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump Americans really done Stannis so they're not susceptible to that if you Muller has requested that Aaron's Embley his former chief of staff and his top aide on the Russian investigation accompany him at the witness table mission officials say a tiny spacecraft orbiting earth appears to have successfully unfurled its solar sails to test the potential of using sunlight for propulsion commands were sent today to the planetary society's light CO two from mission control ad Kelly at California polytechnic state university society chief scientist Bruce bets as data sent down from the craft indicate successful deployment photos are expected to be transmitted later in the day to confirm the spacecraft about the size of a loaf of bread was launched from Florida last month on Wall Street today after intelligence as the Dow closed up one hundred seventy seven points at twenty seven thousand three forty nine the nasdaq up forty seven points the S. and P..
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Sports we lead local i'm john snakes w._b._z. news delaware b._t.'s morning news with thompson More reaction to last night's. debate part one from miami with the democrats running for president ten candidates on stage we'll check in with spectrum news capitol tonight host tim boyum ahead at six twenty later this morning the seven o'clock hour we'll reconvene with my election-night partners former state representative tricia cottam and also kenny smith former charlotte city councilman get their take on what happened last night and of course more highlights coming up at the bottom of the hour of what we heard on night number one meanwhile in-depth now and one of our top stories you heard johnstone talking about a police press conference yesterday about who's to blame for local crime charlotte's police chief kerr putney said don't blame police for all the violence in the city instead he pointed fingers at local judges for not keeping killers rapists and robbers behind bars police added specific cases that have that have been in the news lately saying the crimes would not have happened if judges weren't so soft on crime learned that a fifteen year old is in custody after police say that he kidnapped rate and robbed a woman in the bed fifteen year old kid was out of jail on bond from another arrest and he was wearing a g._p._s. ankle monitor so cops could keep up with him yet the monitor did not prevent him from committing a rape and robbery in fact the monitor put him at the scene of the crime i believe the issue is because we haven't taken violent offender seriously especially those who are pete violent offenders chief kerr putney said he's had it with charlotte's growing crime rate and the chief says it's time to hold the courts accountable putney accused local judges of letting dangerous repeat offenders out on the streets thinking that an e._m. or electronic monitor would protect the public if you've committed violence if he's tried to kill somebody e._m. shouldn't even be an option you should not be on the streets so you kill again it was an unusual press conference with the chief making sure that specific judges were named for being soft on criminals chief magistrate colle- roads and chief district judge reagan miller markaz philemon heads of volunteer group that monitors what judges decide he said roads and miller are making their own law leading dangerous people out of jail you talked to those individuals and haven't changed their mindset have them start opponent alot has written instead of their ideology it will make a dent in this as soon as tomorrow we tried to get some comment w._b. t was told by a court spokeswoman roads and miller would not respond chief putney says judge miller has not returned his request to meet and talk but late today we learned the two would sit down for a meeting next week clearly chief putney going public says miller and all judges need to be held accountable for their decisions i'm i won't equal accountability and i don't see that that exists right now and police offered plenty of statistics to support their frustration last year to people wearing electron ick monitors committed murder twenty-five other wearing monitors committed robberies goes without saying this has to stop major nelson bowling supervises electronic monitoring to me before losing in being victimized now these repeated violent offenders he talked about a woman who was charged with murder out on bond committing other crimes she was arrested again for tiffany murder after she intentionally ran over a twenty year old man with her jeep and as of now twenty people who are charged with murder are out on the streets wearing an electronic monitor people who are committing violent offenses on robbery and homicide getting out in all we have is a monitor to see if they commit another crime that's not our mission our mission is to prevent it is not unusual for cops to complain that judges are soft on crime and that the jail is a revolving door but this was a first for charlotte a police press conference criticizing specific judges calling for the public to put pressure on the courts to keep dangerous criminals behind bars Ars while they're waiting for trial. If you repeatedly committing crimes on this community should stay in jail. should not get out on electron monitor that we know may or may not in a lot of cases will not deter you from committing future crime so desist that something jiefang kerr putney speaking yesterday and that's our mark garrison reporting course mark you can hear every weeknight at six here on w._b._z. charlotte at six and by the way chief putney made it clear he was going public in hopes of forcing that chief justice or chief district judge rather to sit down and talk and now that will happen it's going to happen late next week on a california university professor created an app for a simple reason teaching disconnect you find a good way of taking attendance physics professor tom bensky from california polytechnic state university in san luis obispo the app called you here uses g._p._s. information to check students into class Sitting in class. And so. aware then if a student taps on and the phone knows where it is than it should know where to student is because the students usually with them some students claim it's violating their privacy rights but bensky says that's not the case only does is tells me if they're in the classroom for example is classes going on and check in from the beach or their dorm room or somewhere else i just don't know that information the apple to say sorry too far from class though the app is optional technically savvy students could spoof their g._p._s. location to appear as though they're in the class with fox on tech i'm brett larson fox news six twelve on news talk seven ten ninety nine three w._b._z. on this thursday june twenty-seventh we'll check in with tim volume from spectrum news his take on last night's debate or at least part one of what continues tonight right now we'll check in with john stokes n._b._c. news broadcast to the first critic debate last night was marred by technical glitch left viewers candidates confused by crosstalk apparently caused by failure to turn off the microphones of n._b._c. personalities who left the stage american airlines plane flying from charlotte to kentucky made an emergency landing in tennessee wednesday because crew members reported smoke in the cockpits no injuries reported no further details and would cause the smoke a navy seal testified that was he not as platoon chief who killed a wounded prisoner in iraq may face perjury charges the navy reviewing course guns testimony following his stunning testimonies last week in the court martial of special operations chief edward gallagher a former kansas city chiefs players running for the u._s. senate in kansas sixty four year old dave lindstrom played defensive end with cheese for eight years before he retired in nineteen eighty-six and went into business a shark attack killed a southern california woman vacationing in the bahamas the twenty one year old woman attacked my three sharks on wednesday while snorkeling with her family news talk ten ninety nine three w._b._z.'s traffic.
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on KTRH
"By and buffalo by you tributaries along buttermilk creek as well as prior branch several by us are near the top of their banks while buttermilk creek has over topped its banks. Detectives working the me Davis disappearance say that they have not spoken with her stepfather and several days. Police Thursday morning discovered. His car abandoned in Missouri city parking lot just off highway six. Looks normal. There's no obvious signs of anything happened in the car. We are going to have it towed and take into a lot and have our crime scene process at their stepfather told police he was attacked by three men knocked unconscious last Friday when he awoke his car and four year old girl. We're gone KTAR. H news time is eleven oh, three Chick-fil-A is voted off to college campuses. It's not the chicken. It's the values. Majority of students at California polytechnic state university and trinity university agree, they don't like the fast food chain for its alleged anti LGBTQ views. However spokesman for Cal poly says the restaurant location on campus won't likely close soon because that decision is up to school officials a student Senator who voted for the ousting at trinity sites Chick-fil-A 's million dollar donations to organizations against gay rights and the CEO's previous negative comments on same sex marriage. The restaurant chain has defended itself in the past saying it's merely. Providing food and doesn't have an agenda. Monica DeLuca, Fox News Astros hosting the Rangers at minute maid park tonight after leaping catch in the ninth by Josh Radic. The Astros just needed one more out. Strike.
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"High net worth individuals developers and borrowers. Hey, let's Sarah sweet spot. Previously is a senior vice president at balance sheet manager j developed relationship with over three hundred financial institutions throughout the United States. Balance-sheet manager was established in nineteen and nine to create a national platform for banks and financial institutions previously. He manage key client areas for Mellon Bank and Prudential Securities. Nj graduated from California polytechnic state university with a degree in finance and economics. So that said he knows what he's doing. So without further. Argumentation welcome to the radio nation. Jay. Moran. Thanks for having me again. I welcome. And you know, as I said, the real state news is actually what we're going to be discussing. So the acronym is AD. You is that correct. Yeah. So, you know, the legal term is accessible accessory dwelling unit. You know, some people might call him a granny flat in my unit. Your backyard cottage, you know, secondary unit in the backyard or in finding existing falling within a single family home. What makes it so important right now. And what do you think was the cause of this movement? Well, so that's eighty you. But placing came from Sacramento in one of the big pushes from Jerry Brown. And then I think that's gonna be passed on to Gavin Newsom. Our new mayor is increase the housing stock excessively in supply constrained markets such as the bay area, and when the state modified their EDU in twenty eighteen what they really wanted to do with bypass local ordinances it really make easier for homeowners to expand and add the granny or in my unit into their existing building. So one of the things that that does is if you're in a jurisdiction that let's say not too not too eager to extend you. That's the state law. Bypasses local ordinances, though, in the fact that you're living in the suburbs..
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"High net worth individuals developers and borrowers. Hey, let's Sarah sweet spot previously as a senior vice president at balance sheet manager j developed relationship over three hundred financial institutions throughout the United States. Balance-sheet manager was established in nineteen thousand nine to create a national platform for banks and financial institutions previously. He manage key client areas for Mellon Bank and Prudential Securities. Nj graduated from California polytechnic state university with a degree in finance and economics. So that said he knows what he's doing. So without further. I went to Asian welcome to the radio nation. Jay take him around. Thanks for having me again. I appreciate it. You're welcome. And you know, as I said, the real estate news is actually what we're going to be discussing. So the acronym is AD you is that correct? Yeah. So, you know, the legal term is accessible accessory dwelling unit. Idio-, you know, some people might call him. A granny flat in my unit backyard cottage secondary unit in the backyard or in finding existing falling within a single family home. What makes us so important right now. And what do you think was the cause of this movement? Well. Eighty you. But placing team from Sacramento and one of the big pushes from Jerry ground. And then I think that's going to be passed on to Gavin Newsom. Our new mayor is increase the housing stock excessively in supply constrained markets such as the bay area, and when the state modified their EDU in twenty eighteen what they really wanted.
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Mcgowan welcome back to net worth radio. We are in our global business leadership series Richard Herbert charter financial analyst with the venerable Templeton global macro team Templeton's total assets under management one hundred thirteen billion, and he's really got flexibility to choose the asset classes that he likes with a focus on fixed income. California polytechnic state university chartered financial analysts the more exciting part is he's a great rugby player. And so Richard. I carried you over into the next section because you know, you mentioned this assumption that there's a contagion whether it's Greece or Turkey or whoever the crisis, your is that everybody else had just going to go down with them like two thousand eight but tell us what you're seeing in light of the repricing of all the assets in the emerging markets. We would say incredible discounts and global high yield. In addition. Deeply discounted equity based on where it was how did Turkey impact at. And and you know, I think you're calling them out is the one the one crisis that's going to get ugly. Yeah. And it's you know to the point earlier everything got sold off. We would argue the baby got thrown out with the bathwater. Our view high levels is emerging market today or are more attractive than the developed world. But what scared that is a bit more than an beta? I mean, you look at emerging market day and investing in the asset class want different than where what coming out of weight could've taken a shotgun type approach and bought all emerging markets and done very well. Today. We think it's going to be more rifle shot, and the reason is there are countries issues Turkey, you've got a dictator type figure who's appointed son-in-law's. The finance minister is removing independent from the institutions eat coming up with his own economic principle that hiking rate creates inflation. We would strongly disagree. And who knows maybe one day. He'll he'll win the Nobel prize for it. But we at being a very long shot. But you you you were saying detachment I wanna talk about these markets standing on their own where one could get in trouble because you know, back in ninety eight Russia defaulted, right? And we could buy global high yield that double digit yields an estimable we we estimated fifty sixty cents on the dollar for the bonds. Well, Russia's already defaulted, right? So they throw the baby out with the bath water to your earlier point in the last segment, you were like, hey, people tend to look at this as monolithic. And it it's not. So what happens in Turkey is probably not gonna affect chilly. Right. And what do you think of the Brazil, the the new administration for Brazil? Did they did they at least move in the right direction? We think so we like Brazil, and and we went into Brazil broadly. Speaking back in two thousand fifteen when they got downgraded from investment grade to non investment grade. And we went in and said, this is a situation they're going through a bit more of a a crisis, but they're strong institutions. There's good commodities at the big country. It's not Venezuela. And we made that differentiation that Venezuela was likely to default, but Brazil, yes was going through a tough time and alternate it'd be able to come out of this. Now, you're seeing a shift in terms of the election, but Brazil and throw Argentina and into this camp. These are countries that went through decades of populist policies, and one could argue the the US Europe could learn a lesson or two from them, and where they're going failed miserably, and the people that were corrupt were the far left and feeling from the people and now you've got a massive shift into a political environment where you're now pushing center center right now, both in our is a bit more militaristic, but the situation in Brazil from kind of a crime and safety standpoint is is just full swung the other way in terms of the pendulum, and and so you will see a bit more of a crackdown on that. But our folks met with his economic ministers and no them. Actually, quite well individuals who quote, Milton Friedman time and time again, probably ten eleven times in our conversations with them, which means that they're gonna start implementing more orthodox policies. They're going to reform high confidence they're gonna reform the social security and pension which needs to be done and Brazil today is a much better place than where they were a decade ago with the recession. In power. So we're seeing a country. That's coming out. Good policies coming through. You're getting paid handsomely for going into a country like that. And we don't see it as a solvent or default rates. So in today's day and age. It's a tractive opportunity from value perspective, but good fundamentals to pair with it. Well, and that's you know, there are two parts. One is diversification, right? It can see from the portfolios that I've looked at you. You manage quite a few some very successful this year. And highly highly successful over the decades. So I trust Templeton. I've got four good managers and global high yield. But I notice nobody goes over ten percent at any one country. Right. That that just seems to be the limit that I find in the portfolios. So diversification is one tool and our major tool is discounts to par value, especially in dollar denominated bonds. Right. And a lot of the debt is issued and toddlers. How much risk is there that the currency went down enough that it's too hard for them to pay in dollars? And it's it's a different. I mean that was a big reason for the crisis in the mid to late ninety. But you know, they mentioned now about eighty percent of the debts and local currency, and it's going to be different country by country Turkey dollarized economy, most their dad is in US dollar out of government. That's not Mathis. So it's not necessarily a Venezuela risk, but there is more on on the corporate and financial side. So there there are some embedded risk to that with the depreciation in the currency. But you look at Brazil about ninety three percent of their dad had local currency. So as the Brazilian reality depreciated, well, the liabilities of floated along with it. And they've got a lot of reserves that are largely in US dollar and foreign currencies gesture appreciated so you think some of these countries come through this period actually with improved fundamental, then again, it's not that the currency just started appreciating they've been depreciating for a long time. And you didn't see that massive pickup in default. Now, we would argue where you're actually opportunity is on the current. Aside. EM currencies as a whole are trading at about a twenty five percent discount from where they were in the global financial crisis. One of the worst recessions we've seen from a global framework, and we would argue today you're seeing more of a synchronization and global growth and this app. Get classes trading at twenty five percent discount. Now, there are currency that should be trading there, the Turkish lira, and as well as obviously gone through default and facing a million percent inflation by the end of the year. I don't know how they come out of that. But there's a few diamonds in the rough that if you can be selective and active and pick up the Mexico's of the world, we do think that that's going to be a successful solution for investors move forward. And you know, sir. John was such global advocate, and he said this back in the early nineties, and then when a went to warden and study with the bond professor, they're they're emerging market guys. One John said was you know, it was one hundred seventy five countries roughly. And usually there's about four five then the default. Well, you could probably name them on your hands. It's easy. It's easy to avoid the obvious risks. And he said most people pay their bills, right and foreign governments rarely if ever default, and therefore if you can buy something, it's seventy or eighty cents on the dollar will you've got room for the default risk credit risk is lower because it's high yield and and generally shorter duration. I think we may be close to the point that the discounts help us to get both appreciation on on top of the yield. That's that's the premise and global high yield. We've used successfully you know, since about nineteen ninety two. When when you look at the global growth rates going forward because we've got just a few minutes left, but global growth rates one of the things that a great portfolio manager. Mark would be a friend of mine here in Dallas. You know, I I talked about the margin ballots is dropping dramatically and quickly during the tech which meant they were probably covering covering margin by selling in things like Amazon, but the the other thing that he sided was they're building in that global growth rates are going to be lower. He said that was the premise can you expand on that agree disagree? Yes. The the IMF downgraded their their global growth expectation about three point six percent, which the first time they had done in a while. Because of concerns of her trade wars and. Look at that downgrade. But three point six percent still fairly tracked it from global growth standpoint. And emerging markets are still growing at a faster clip than the developed now again, you got to look at it one by one you can't look at it overall global growth in our view in the near term is is going to be just fine. We think that the US could surprise to the upside with some of the fiscal stimulus pick up in investment spending deregulation, which could help to spur and keep growth in the near term above three percent, which doesn't sound tremendous. But it's well above our growth potential now one of the things we're looking at those when did that next part of the fight will come at where she doing off site with our team week where we're going to hunker down. And and that's going to be what we discussed. We think we're probably still bit away from that. But how do you start to position and change? And that's where an active mandate comes in as well because you can take advantage of shifting macroeconomic cycle. I position for more of a slowdown and. Global growth, which the bond market the lie to do where other after classes could be a bit more hit. So I think in the near term we think global growth is going to be just fine. China has the tools continued to grow and and moderate their growth effectively. But at some point we will see that turning, but you know, probably after a couple years away. I don't want to go to China until G and Trump have their press conference and declared that they solve the world's problems. That's that's my prediction on that one. Well, Richard Herbert chartered financial analyst Templeton one of our four global high yield managers selected for diversification and expertise tune into net worth radio.
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Your show talk radio six eighty. Just joining us. Welcome. Thanks. Let me review something. I was saying right at the top of the hour. There is a study exploring the Darwinian reasons why they're both more highly intelligent and intelligence deficient men than women. Would this not be an area of intellectual interest? I mean, if this is indeed the case. Is there a genetic reason for this is something that has happened over the centuries? There would cause this particular phenomenon or is it inherit the difference between males and females. Well, the study was squelched. Part because academics were worried about the possibility that right wing media could pick this up in hype it internationally. Well, I'm not quite sure I suppose I fall in the category. I don't want to hype it, but I do want to discuss it in a reasonable fashion. For me. It's an area of interest. Why would this be? This apparently is not cultural. This is a cross cultural kind of issue that would seem to argue that there are genetic differences between men and women. When it comes to the disposition of brains. Women. In total. You're the same general population. It's not like they're more men who are consistently smarter than all women. All that. The study was looking at is the lawyers. Why are then we're done guys? And we're really smart guys. Then there are dumb women and really smart women. But somehow, that's forbidden. We can't talk about that. Because that's the cultural assumption. We have to make which is after all. Men and women are exactly the same. They are precisely the same. Now, the study was accepted and then rejected by by polish or the mathematical Intelligencer again for political reasons. The co-authors gonna Ted hills Richard scholar at California polytechnic state university in San Luis Obispo. And he says in my forty years publishing research papers, I never had heard of the rejection of an already accepted paper. He didn't run into the there are fewer women in scientific fields solely because of sexism mafia before because that is in essence what this is. How dare you say that? Please understand. I think that the stem courses science technology. I think it was a good things for men and women in this culture. Are things are kids taking stem courses, and accelerate them could be either male or female. But why would we presume that? The only reason the only reason they're more men in certain scientific areas, then women is because of sexism, why would we presume that the only reason? That there are more really super smart man than super smart women. This is not to say that women can't be super smart. Don't do that is simply an observation taking a look at the sine curve of of intelligence across the male population of the sine curve of intelligence among female population. There are more men at the extremes. Balances out in total. We're about the same. Editor of the journal of mathematics offered a review it for publication. There was accepted there. And then published online, however them three days later. This study was deleted from its location after a university of Chicago senior math professor and her husband launched another round of complaints. And a different study was swamped into a place at the same link is like the study was never there. It went down the memory hole. So he writes, the the author does obvious discussion with the New York journal of mathematics about the deletion. Put it out that if the deletion were permanent. It would leave me in an impossible position would not be able to republish anywhere else because will be unable to sign a copyright form. Declaring that it had not already been published. Elsewhere. The publisher replied later in the day half his board. He explained had told him that unless he pulled the article they would all resign and harass the journal he had founded twenty five years earlier until it died. So faced with the loss of his own scientific legacy. He capitulated. Think about the implications of this. We have the educational mafia working here. So you're gonna publish that documentary. I hope you'll know what you're doing. 'cause you know, those of us who are sitting here. We're thinking ourselves. Loyalty, you know, whatever happened to doing the things that we tell you to do because we told you to do it that way. The runs right into heresy. Should we go back to arguing whether or not the earth is round? Shaped like a pear or trapezoid. And earlier journal editor who had encouraged conveyed. The acceptance of the paper wrote back to say, yes, what it's now been unaccepted again and told hill that she received no criticisms on scientific round and that her decision to rescind was entirely about the reaction. She feared the people would elicit by way of further explanation. This woman Marjorie cynical even compared the paper to the confederate statues. That'd be removed from the courthouse lawn. Lexington kentucky. So scientific inquiry is now of the same as putting up a confederate statue. So do not sit back and say, wow. I wonder what other information we're not being privy to because the intellectual elite. The all of us exactly the same. There's no genetic difference between men and women yada, yada. Yada, yada. Simply decided that this won't happen. This is kind of the old Soviet Union your non-person shop in the picture, nurses, stolen one day the following day. The same pictures published in your gone, it's not a good sign for your career. And that's that's what this is. He'll said he went through the finally published study an online mathematics archive, and he lost to co authors from Penn State because they were given career threatening reprisals from their own departmental colleagues and the diversity committee. The diversity committee and also disapproval from the federal National Science Foundation. L says I'm not really easily intimidated. I'm a Vietnam combat veteran a former us army ranger. But how many other academics out there who are saying the cells? Wow. I guess I just better not go there. You know, we're in the age of tribalism and identity politics. I guess I just won't go there. Peter Wood is the president of the national association of scholars and he says that the inability of science to discern truth properly, and it's politicization go hand in hand. And again. If you if you were to argue at one point in our history that the earth were round guess what? Excommunication? That's it. You're done, man. You're toast and now. Ios scientist mathematician who just wants to run the numbers and puzzled as to why something exists. Now, we're being told you can't even examine why something exists because it is politically incorrect to do. So you can't examine the phenomena or phenomenon rather that you have more really smart guys. Then really smart women, but also more really dumb guys and really dumb women. As a layperson again. I I'm kind of curious why would that be? Is a simply sexism is this male privilege. Why is it? But if you can't through scientific inquiry, at least examine the issue, then the speech police, they're here, we're seeing it over and over again, I mentioned the first hour of the show speech police, they've gotten a Great Britain, the police over there wants you to notify the police if you hear somebody say something that you think might be objectionable. This. This is George Orwell nineteen Eighty-four fascism Runamuck, that's all that. This is is happening. Great Britain as happening to scientists who are being told, you know, you you can't actually publish this. Not because it's inaccurate. But because somehow it's politically incorrect. National Academy of science. So the findings from experimental worker professional studies turn out time and time again to be irreducible the high rates of Erie produce ability are an ongoing scandal that has rightly upset a large portion of the scientific community. Estimates of what percentage of public articles represent irrepressible results by discipline? Some of them are alarming. The twenty twelve study aimed at reproducing the results of Fifty-three landmark studies in hematology. That's blood medicine. And on college cancer cancer-free, but succeeded in replicating only eleven percent of them six out of the fifty three. The problem is the results are not scrutinized early then they can affect your entire subject matter with dangerous falsehoods. Here is an example. March of last year graduate student named Tim Vagnozzi calculated. The critics had already been serious unrebutted allegations about the reliability of forty five of a certain researchers publications collectively these publications have spanned twenty years of research had appeared in twenty five different journals and eight books and have been cited more than four thousand times. People say, yeah, this is the basic at all. But because it was a far larger body of scientific publications that relied on the accuracy of his results. So you have politicized science here. Response. People realized that the women who consume wellness Arnaud idiots. There are people who have real concerns who been dismissed and ignored and let down they're worried, but they're not stupid the systems in place are designed to keep us safe are not doing a good job. For example, Flint water was banned long before anybody told us. Same thing. Happened town near me science is as everything else. Felit abide was science. See us non experts have to actually rely on the experts. But if we're being told that experts can't even examine an area of study. Then that's a dangerous place to be. Now, there's much more to this. But I'll post this piece academia has no deep six studies that notice that their genetic differences between men and women because apparently they're politically incorrect. That should depress. The hell out of you and angry you.
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Golfers, the, championships this weekend and with gold there's one distinctive. Sound that stands. Above all. Others That satisfying lack of a driver, smacking dippled ball into the distance at times the product of a lot of research and. A lot of money Tom Mace would know. He's a professor of mechanical engineering at California polytechnic state university professor thanks for being with us Scotus a. Pleasure so what a gophers care about what they're Dr sounds like if they can smack at three hundred yards. I think they care because that's part of the. Sound of golf and knowing, that they hit it really well they want it to go the three hundred yards that's the most important thing but it's important to hear that sound, and it's? Also important from manufacturers point of view at a. Point of sale manufacturers work at getting that sound don't, they absolutely back in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine Gerry Adams came up with the, Pittsburgh persimmon metal driver and they tried. To make it sound like would for for most The eighties and then there. Was a transition where they, said hey let's not put in this urethane foam let's let's make it sound instead of the back let's make it a bang and how did people, like that? I think the people liked it and enjoyed it. More and more intil the point that drivers got bigger, and bigger and eventually they hit a sound that was not good And so they put a lot of, work, into find element analysis I stress analysis. But also for sound so they're looking to get. Certain frequencies of the vibration. And actually some many factors can? Can reproduce the sound before a product is even made sounds like a tuning fork it is a bit of a tuning fork let me ask you about the Nike sumo Now I gather that's a driver that really gets. The, job done. But, a lot of people. Didn't like the sound yeah that was an in the stages where the. Drivers were were getting bigger and bigger and the the natural frequency so that we're just a little. Too low I heard at characterized as, the sound of hitting the golf ball. With a coffee can and that's not. A good thing for the sport oh. Coffee can no you don't want that. Our producer James Diller who went to a driving range in Washington. DC he met, a golfer and Allen. Suber who was smacking balls down range with his ping g. twenty he said he has a newer driver but he left it in the car. This one has a tank. To it I liked the metallic sound to..
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The bay area along the highway freeways and that's litter kcbs mike kogan says volunteers joined cal trans crews today to help clean up a stretch of highway eighty five in south san jose volunteers are helping out cal trans pick up trash along highway eighty five this gentleman here as a orange bag full of trash what are you what are you picking up picking up a lot of debris to be honest it flies out on and this empty bottles there's just different kind of trashy debris and from car accidents and it's getting full pretty much is getting there are of course count trash who's you're helping with the cleanup victor go shade with is with cal trans how important volunteers volunteers are extremely important on days like this that are different than our maintenance abatements it is crucial that we have a volunteer come out people of the community come out and help us that's why we are really excited an extremely thankful for the community come out and help us do a cleanup highway eighty five and south san jose why colgan kcbs more than one thousand students from ninety nine high schools and universities across north and south america are participating in an eco marathon adenoma raceway kcbs jeff shaw reports the students are building a test unique fuelefficient vehicles that use either gasoline batteries hydrogen fuel cells or diesel this team from california polytechnic state university or cal poly or busy reconstructing their vehicle which they shipped by crate to the race what we call it a car i think technically classifies as a motorized bicycle he says it's all about a race to officiency kinda feels like race out on the track but we have to average fifteen miles an hour over six miles and during that time is the least amount of fuel costs there are two vehicle groups urban vehicles that look like a bike or scooter or go kart and then open road vehicles that kind of looked like a smart card loud him and dez is here with a team of students from university in bogota colombia she's motivated by the state of the planet i think the climate change could us humans could be affecting it a shell eco marathon is one of.
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And universities across north and south america are participating in an eco marathon at sonoma's raceway kcbs jeffrey schaub reports the students are building and testing unique fuelefficient vehicles that use either gasoline batteries hydrogen fuel cells or diesel team from california polytechnic state university or cal poly are busy reconstructing their vehicle which they shipped by crate to the race what we call it a car i think technically classifies as a motorized bicycle he says it's all about a race to efficiency kind of feels like a race track but we have to average fifteen miles an hour over six miles and during that time it's the least amount of fuel costs there are two vehicle groups urban vehicles that look like a bike or scooter or go kart and then open road vehicles that kind of looked like a smart card loud him and dez is here with a team of students from university in bogota colombia she's motivated by the state of the planet's climate change could humans could be affecting the shell eco marathon is one of several similar events worldwide pam rosen is with shell reward that innovative spirit that saddam raceway jeffrey xiao bouquets cvs a man who spent nearly twenty five years on california's death row has been freed after his conviction in the rape and killing of his girlfriend's daughter was overturned the california department of corrections and rehabilitation says vincent day bellavia dais was released from san quentin state prison this afternoon the sixty eight year old had been on death row since june of nineteen ninetythree he was convicted of killing his girlfriend's twenty one month old daughter the state supreme court overturned his conviction last month on grounds that medical testimony at his trial was false kern county district attorney lisa green has said she won't retry bellavia dais for first degree murder and that without the medical testimony a lesser conviction would be nearly impossible skyrocketing rental prices are putting a huge burden on people around the country in fact a new study shows baby boomers and gen xers are now the most rent burdened americans we get the story from john barrett with our allnew sister station knx in los angeles and elway is number one on the list not for sunshine warm weather but for the crushing weight of rent payments according to forbes la is now the worst city in america to rent aaron courier is with pew research she says it's a problem across the.
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Fuel efficient vehicles that use either gasoline batteries hydrogen fuel cells or diesel team from california polytechnic state university or cal poly are busy reconstructing their vehicle which they shipped by crate to the race we call it a car i think technically classifies as a motorized bicycle he says it's all about a race to officiency kinda feels like a race track but we have to average fifteen miles an hour over six miles and during that time the least amount of fuel possible there are two vehicle groups urban vehicles that look like a bike or a scooter or go kart open road vehicles that kind of looked like a smart card louder mendez is here with a team of students from university in bogota colombia she's motivated by the state of the planet i think the climate change could humans could be affecting the shell eco marathon is one of several similar events worldwide pam rosen is with shell reward that innovative spirit that sonoma's raceway jeffrey xiao becase cvs reporters notebook i'm peter king the faa is ordered airlines to inspect fan blades like the one that snapped off of an engine southwest seven thirty seven tuesday shattering a window and killing a passenger the engine maker made the same recommendation nearly a year ago and european regulators ordered their airlines to do the same last month the faa proposed mandatory inspections last august but they never made it happen this is disturbing on many levels but especially because it comes after sunday's sixty minutes report on the agency's lack of action against allegiant a low cost carrier involved in several non fatal mishaps the faa is supposed to protect flyers many think it's fair to ask what's really going on there.
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley
"I the words good work are always good for an employee to here of course to receive that praise you first have to be an employee which for one group of talented but underrated people has often been a challenge until now lee coward reports our coverstory fill all 27yearold christopher pops off prodi had at all figured out when it came to looking for a job so all of these are older people he said resumes to yes whoa hit a detailed spreadsheet of each and every position he applied for how many to at least six hundred while but despite his degree and computer science from california polytechnic state university he went two years with barely a nipple were you getting pretty discouraged oh my gosh my morale really started had dropped towards the end they were days where i would either fatah feel applications at all or to simply not apply or anything he knew he had the smarts for most jobs he was a former spelling bee chairman after a but christopher struggles with social and communication skills because he's also autistic on precise numbers are hard to come by by some estimates at least eighty percent of adults with autism are unemployed even though the reich user often well above average is call at night and dreams sometimes their job skills can present themselves and unique way for christopher it's video games his ability to recognize pattern and is acute attention to detail both hallmarks vaunted make this look pretty easy.
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The markets but i was distracted by this headline moving across the the bloomberg terminal craft beer healthier than red wine hits as a piece that apparently associate professor mike mccullough california's polytechnic state university has found that craft beer it has some health benefits as been overlooked and the good things include nias and known as vitamin b 3 brewers yeast which is fantastic for lowering bad cholesterol so there he go drinkup shriners anyway let's take a look at after market so we're seeing a pretty nice rebound here right across the region the k up six '86 that's a gain of three point two percent and we've seen volatility drop rather remarkably on the tokyo stock exchange down twenty percent after soaring the previous two days and so some big gains air companies like sony and softbank with gains more than four percent banking index is up two point seven percent and china's stocks listed here are the hs cpi index that index is now up three point three percent some individual game there's a 10cent with a gain of twenty dollars that's a jump of four point nine percent so the type of gaining back some of the losses from yesterday one laggards is definitely the cosby in seoul which is up but it's only up twotenths of 1 percent the booming dollar spot index giving up about a tenth of one percent the dalian is now at 109 forty seven and euro added dollar 23 looking at crude oil prices sixty four hours and five cents so pretty good gain for oil now up over one percent and gold is trading at thirteen thirty one it's up to twenty it hasn't actually had a huge move but is down about ten bucks from this time yesterday doug back all right brian thanks so much here we had a bit of volatility here in the states we saw price swings in the major indices plus or minus one percent intraday at the end of the session the dow was up its biggest one point to gain in about two years sounds pretty dramatic tony dwyer is the chief equity strategist at canaccord he says today was kind of like a buying opportunity you wanna make cutting about the problem is they like so much more what you get when we think dead wrong upon mental tremain of clay you want.