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"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on Unorthodox
"For his parodies and his satires. And he became as the moment was sort of thrust upon him, became a really sort of noble leader who fought a war. I think by not unreal of he wrote a line along the lines of, you know, someone who wages war without ever loving it, which is actually sort of a difficult and almost biblical thing to do. You know what I mean? Like, he's here the moment is upon him. He responds to the call without not an ounce of sort of bravado and bitterness. It's just, I don't know, I find this tremendously inspiring. And then really Jewish. I keep thinking of that phrase from like the movies like, some are born great, some what is it like some have great stuff on them. And that to me is what's happening here. And it's really remarkable. Do you ever notice the tank, the Russian tanks at the border? What's the deal with that? I have to say, I've been thinking a lot about Ukraine as Israel, in this case, of trying to having very heavily armed neighbors at the gate and trying to maintain its independence. Albeit independence with a minority people who have historically understandable allegiances to the other countries that are at the gate and yet here they are trying to hold it together. And am I the only one? I can't be the only one. No, no. It's a very profound observation. I think the one great big difference is that unlike Israel, Ukraine, tragically, gave up its nukes in 1994, which is a large part of why it's in the predicament it is in right now. Is that right? Why did they why did they do that? Was that a received promises that they will be well taken care of by the west? By NATO. Surprise, surprise. Freaking NATO. As zelensky said to Biden, when the latter offered a ride to safety out of Ukraine, he said, I don't need a taxi. I need ammunition. It's really hard to sort of be so far away and to be watching this. And I think in many ways, this is being mediated on social media in a strange new way. And our thoughts are with the Ukrainians. There's so many Jews in America. Have Ukrainian roots so many Jews in Ukraine still. You know, Connecticut, where I live, we're near the nagata valley, which is largely Eastern European immigrants, Russian Polish Ukrainian, non Jewish. It's gentiles Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Eastern European immigrants, and their Ukrainians all over, and they tend to be first generation. I've interviewed one or two of them when I did alumni interviews for Yale of these kids whose parents had come to escape poverty. And they love their country so much and are very torn that they have to be here for work. I only say that I hope they emerge into all of this a more peaceful and secure and also soon by you, prosperous country. Our men sell out. Now Mark, to cap things off on a cheerful note, this is not the only encounter with the harshness of reality you've had this week. It is not. Boy, do I have a story for you? As you know, I was on the road late last week, did two wonderful cities. The second of them was suburban Philadelphia, Penn valley, where I was at har Zion, terrific conservative school, doctor Levine, rabbi Shawn, rabbi Seth Haas, amazing people. It was so much fun to be there. What great audiences. But before that, Thursday night, I gave a keynote address at a festival of Jewish learning at Cal state university, San Luis Obispo on the central coast, halfway between San Francisco and LA. Why was there a festival of Jewish learning? Let me tell you why. Because a couple of years ago, a swastika was drawn on the pavement inside the gates leading up to the front door, very much on their property of the AE pie house, the Jewish fraternity house at Cal state, San Luis Obispo. And the brothers of api ended up collaborating with San Luis Obispo, hillel, with the local federation with various other nonprofits in town, the JCC to do a festival of Jewish learning in this town, small town, agricultural college, San Luis Obispo, near pismo beach on the coast if that means anything to you. Yes, we all saw clueless. Right? The pismo beach disaster fund. That's exactly what I thought. They're raising money for the disaster of pismo beach in clueless. So they wanted to do a three day festival of Jewish learning and I got to be the keynote speaker and it was terrific. Most of the people who turned out for it obviously not Jews. This is San Luis Obispo, but lots of Jews, way more gentiles, allies, et cetera. Anyway, I visited the a pie house and I met a couple of the brothers. I met Toby, who's going to be the best camp raman director ever. That's his career goal, and he has all of that energy. And then I met Hayden. And he told me the most haunting story. And I got tape. I took out my iPhone and I got tape. Leo and Stephanie, will you indulge me as I play this tape for you? Yes, please. My name is Hayden Fletcher. I am a Jewish student at California polytechnic state university. I'm studying civil engineering and I'm the former president of alphabet. I should have February of 2021, just give me like bullet point. What happened? My entire house woke up to two spots of vandalism on our fraternity house. There was on the outside public sidewalk. There was swats that cause. In between two of the properties we ran out and then someone came into our House and drew swats because on the sidewalk leading up to our front door. So on top of one of the swaps because there was the word Jew on one of the I believe the swanska that was on the sidewalk of the public roadway. So the slur was just the word Jew. Yes. But you know when it's on top of a swastika that's been spray painted. They don't mean it the nice way. That's correct, yeah. What was the response afterwards? One of my good friends Noah, he actually here I have to stop to say that your sort of foyer is furnished only with a table with red solo cups on top of it. This is like, this is at a cornhole game. This is and some speakers. This is truly, this is really Greek chic. Oh yeah, definitely for sure. This is classy. Okay, got it. Okay, continue. Yeah, so Noah came over here the morning that it happened and he consulted one of our executive board members and they made a statement. They stood outside in front of our chapter house and wanted to share with the world what happened to us because it was something that we've never experienced before and something that I don't think a lot of people have ever seen, especially for fraternity house. So to show me where this wants to wear the one that they came inside inside your property into this. Yeah, it was, it was right here. The next morning we wanted to make it aware to the world so we could raise money for security system and we could raise money for a power washer because we could not afford either of those. And we didn't have either of them. So that's why we decided to share with the world, started to go fund me and we got international attention. How much did you raise? You raised, I believe, a little bit more than $27,000. So that's more than you need for a power washer. Yes. Yeah, absolutely. Half of it went to the Jewish community centers and those of us felt for an effort to sponsor a Jewish learning festival for this community of Sanofi. Oh wait, that's why I'm here. Rachel, that paid for me. Absolutely. Oh, nice. Okay, thank you. Thank you, world jewelry. Okay. So as we're here at the elegant courtyard of the a pie house, I'm now looking at the street and it looks like we're in college town basically. This is like drunk people pass by here on what? Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, what are the party nights here? The most popular nights are Thursday through Saturday night. I like to think of the Jewish house. It's like, it starts no earlier than Wednesday. Yeah. Actually, no, we start on Wednesday. We start on Wednesday. You know, animal House, the line about the Jewish house in the movie animal house. Have you seen animal House? I have yet. I just checked with the guys at the Jewish house, and they said that every one of our answers on the psych test were wrong. Everyone. Yeah. Yes. Yeah, yeah. After the incident after this internationally publicized swastika incident, like what started happening? Yeah, so I mean, we still as a social organization throw events every weekend. Obviously, being on halfway avenue, it's like a self proclaimed strip of cow poly social life. And to be honest, after the event happened at our chapter house, almost every single weekend from March of 2021 to the end of our academic year in June of 2021, there would be groups of men and women walking by and screaming anti semitic slurs at us when we were hosting a party. There were groups of people walking by and.
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"For the most part students are in person much like the fall but with more booster shots required more masking and even though we've seen a number of those headlines about delays and switching to virtual new data from the college crisis initiative based at Davidson college in North Carolina shows the vast majority are starting on time in person Their data show just 12% of colleges are beginning the semester online Compare that to a year ago pre vaccines about 40% of colleges were online Wow okay so quite a different still But for the colleges that are open and in person at the moment at least what does campus life look like Well it's going to vary across the country so take Dartmouth college in New Hampshire There's weekly testing the booster is now required most social activities are online But even with all that senior Sofia Chris says she's worried high numbers of positive cases could shut it all down It sort of feels like we're in like a state of limbo if anything We're like yeah classes are in person We're all on campus but you know we're all just sort of waiting to hear how things are going as far as cases and stuff like that I talked with a number of students who share Sophia's anxiety everybody seems to know somebody on campus with COVID I should garish Ian is a senior at the university of Oregon She got tested positive last week She's now out of isolation but says campus just doesn't feel normal You feel the stress on campus People I think don't feel as safe because you see that double masking and you see those N95s that I've never seen people wear before I can imagine Well it sounds like yeah we're gonna see a lot of positive cases as students head back to school So what happens then Well we've got to remember that colleges are some of the most vaccinated spaces in America So the worry isn't so much hospitalization and death but it's more capacity and limiting spread So colleges are seeing more cases now than ever before and that has put a real strain on resources Because you've got to isolate students do contract tracing you need physical space to house those students you need staff to facilitate it Jerry Taylor co leaves the COVID task force for the American college health association Her job is to work with health directors on campus It is at a crisis In fact one of the directors yesterday said to me we have never through even this entire pandemic been in a situation as difficult as this one right now in January of 2022 So colleges are using hotels to house students who test positive one school California polytechnic state university offered students who test positive a $400 gift card to the campus store if they move home to sleep So they get on campus Goodness Wait so if we're seeing this kind of strain this kind of stress with so many positive cases why are colleges so averse to going remote Well first we know from the pre vaccine times that colleges can limit spread in classrooms through masks and distancing And second students want to be in person and we are in an enrollment crisis right now new data from the national student clearinghouse out Today Show that more than 1 million fewer students are missing from college They're not going Here's Doug Shapiro who leads the clearinghouse research center It suggests what could be the beginning of a whole generation of students rethinking the value of college itself And I think if that were the case this is much more serious than just a temporary pandemic related disruption And of course Macron is not helping things so that's the situation that we're in right now That is NPR's Alyssa nad morney Thank you Alyssa You bet In the late 1960s archeologists discovered a set of familiar bones in Ethiopia a skull bone a lower jaw parts of a torso these were remains of homo sapiens Early humans That collection is known as omo one The contents of omo one were initially thought to be around 200,000 years old already some of the oldest human bones ever unearthed But scientists have debated their precise age To understand how humans evolved in Africa you need a time frame And to construct that time frame one needs to have accurate dating techniques Unfortunately we are just beyond the range of radiocarbon or C 14 dating So you have to employ other techniques to determine the true age of these fossils That's Tim white Professor of integrative biology at UC Berkeley One of those techniques involves determining the age of the environment where the bones were found In the case of oma one a layer of volcanic ash There was a bit of controversy because the way almost one was first dated was using ash layer There was supposedly found just below but there wasn't found where the forces were actually found It was found a bit further away Celine Vidal is a volcanologist at the University of Cambridge and she says that the ash layer above oma one was fine like flower That's hard for scientists to date But in a new analysis Vidal and her colleagues found that the volcanic ash had the same chemical fingerprint as a massive volcanic eruption over 233,000 years ago That relies on the principle that every eruption as a unique chemical fingerprint unique chemical signature So when it's possible to analyze the signature of an ash layer and if it correlates with the signature of the Nash layer somewhere else and we know the age of one of the deposits then we can guess indirectly the age of the deposits it's correlated with Since oma one was under that ash Vidal thinks the bones are at least 33,000 years older than previously thought The study was published in the journal nature Here's Tim white again At what point did these people expand from Africa What is their technology What was the environment that they occupied What was Africa like in those days All of that depends on a strong geological framework but especially on a chronological framework And that is what this new work has provided for one of the more complete skeletons from this time period In other words if these human remains are much older than we thought.
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast
"But i'm not going to do this year. I swear and i took it out for another wave. i don't know three or four days on it. And one of the waves. It was one of the best waves. Well kelantan meals one of the best waves wave of the day which he's probably just being flattering to me but it never hurts to hear that when you're paddling out with somebody and i think it was just again. It was that smooth feeling easy to pop. Up thing was three inches thick twenty two wide eight eight. Eight eight is an odd size. I'm usually like nine foot. Plus or eight down but that space between eight and nine feet. That's an interesting link. And i had an experience that length and you know you think you know. Maybe someone who doesn't serve you know a couple of inches. What the hell's that difference. Well i tell you just a couple of inches can make can make a difference in how the board operates how feels eight just felt like a good. It's fairly good size anyway. The queiro and we will wobble but it won't fall down. I felt like i found my center of gravity quickly on it if that makes sense to about one eighty five to one ninety depending on my sierra nevada bruschi intake and i'm definitely probably more the latter right now after vacationing and tahoe with the family. But anyway i enjoyed that board gray so the hype israel and of queiro in my opinion and i am resolved to order one this year and less my will is broken and i make an impulse buy call them up for a custom order but also took my kids. Do a downtown san luis obispo while my wife with fishing with her dad and his friends they go fishing. They have a nice boat sokha talking about boats and fishing. I'm so not waterman. But they woke up at the crack and they came back with lean cod they came back with vermillion and A lot of fish in fact we finally my wife makes that really kick ass gluten free beer batter for this fish. And it's like you don't even need a dip it or season it or do anything. She made it for tacos but just the beer batter. Fish was so good on. Its own that that i just ate that. I didn't want. I hardly wanted to limit on. It was just on its own. It was so damn good but anyway my wife went out with her dad and his two friends Which is pretty bad ass. I thought that was pretty cool. I think she got sick for like the first like two hours and then settled in a nice I don't know seven hour. Eight hour fishing tour while i served with my and lusted after callans. Eight eight angelini also got back in town. After surfing took my boys to downtown san luis obispo. I went to school at a place called cal. Poly california california polytechnic state. University san luis obispo probably the longest title. I school and it was nice to just check that out. It's grown a lot. Since i graduated there in two thousand four now in the proud owner of two boys and they're now eight and five respectively celebrated a couple birthdays so recently so we went down. All three of us had a throwback a couple beers and had some pizza and we played some ski ball. And it's all good so anyway that's the first thing off my list. Kellyn the angelini and also got the wave of the day that he said that not felt really good. Can i tell you another thing too that it's going to sound like i'm just i don't know it sounds like i'm insecure as a surfer so i need to tell you this to make myself feel better..
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on Got Science?
"That if you have people speaking languages besides english you know that they're able to access that information and employers are able to communicate in a way that can keep them safe. We also know that access to quality healthcare is an issue in this population as well. And that's a really critical aspect of keeping those workers safe if a heat related illness does occur. Arthur currently safeguards in place that keep outdoor workers safe in extreme heat at the federal level. There are no mandatory measures their guidelines from the centers for disease control and the occupational safety and health administration osha. Their chew states california in washington that have mandatory standards but by and large most outer workers work in areas where there are no mandatory protections. So rachel you mentioned cova. Nineteen in the intro to the analysis. And i'm just curious. How did the pandemic play into your decision to do this analysis. Well the coca pandemic really put a spotlight. On worker conditions. We saw at essential workers had to show up and choose between again their health or safety in a paycheck they showed the divisions in. Who could work in stay in safe. Conditions and how those fall oftentimes across different racial and ethnic lines and different economic lines and it really showed that there are a lot of different workers out to workers included who are both deemed essential and are not afforded protections to keep them safe zone. We see this happening with outdoor workers. Well during these extreme heat waves where people are still going out in picking our food harvesting net and they're considered essential but then they're not given protections they're not given assurances of their paychecks being protected if they can't work because it's too hot there are all these different ways that they're both taken for granted and quite frankly exploited. It sounds like there's a sort of two pronged solution here. Adaptation is one of the things that hopefully many outdoor workers can do. But as you just mentioned there are challenges to that but also we really need to reduce global warming emissions. What are you focused on in the reducing global warming emissions area. Well yeah exactly. We really need to be ramping down. Emissions we need to be taking aggressive action on climate change to limit how bad this problem can get and so the way we can do. That is really meeting the primary goal of the paris climate agreement. The united states must make robust contributions to global climate action and at a minimum reduce heat trapping emissions by fifty to fifty two percent by twenty thirty and achieve net zero emissions. No later than twenty fifty so we need to really have policies end investments that advanced clean. Electricity energy efficiency is your emission vehicles public transit electrification of buildings an industrial processes and also healthy soils in forests and all of this can help create jobs and jump start economic recovery while lowering emissions and delivering public health benefits so these are solutions. That can benefit outdoor workers prevent heat from getting bad and also have all of these other positive benefits for society. So it's really win. Win wins across the board great bowl. Rachel thanks so much for joining me on the podcast. It's been great talking to you. Yeah it's been a pleasure. Thanks for having me earlier. In the episode rachel mentioned the asuncion valdivia legislation. That's with congress right now. My colleague megan ramirez joins me to speak more about the bill. The man it was named for and how you can urge your elected officials to support its passage and protect outdoor workers. Thanks megan us and soon valdivia was a fifty three year old father from halley. Sco makiko when his son who was twenty one left mexico work in the united states. To two thousand four. He went with him. The two began working on a large farm in the san joaquin valley harvesting grapes less than a week after he began working on that farm valdivia di died from heat stroke both sincere and his son were undocumented like many farm workers they were exploited and mistreated because of their immigration status in two thousand four seventy percent of all farm workers were undocumented. Today that number is seventy five percent. The threat of deportation looms over most farm workers and makes them less likely to complain about wages and work. Conditions thou divas boss required workers to pick fifteen boxes of grapes before their first break at nine thirty a. m. if they did not meet that target they'd lose their jobs fell. Devia wasn't accustomed to the suffocating. Heat a heat index or feels like temperature above ninety degrees is considered the threshold at which outdoor workers are increasingly susceptible to heat related illness. After working in the sun for ten hours on a one hundred five degree day fell devia collapsed. An ambulance was called but when bolivia regained consciousness. His boss cancelled the ambulance and sent him home with his son moments later the crew boss's daughter lied to a nine one one dispatcher. Who's trying to figure out where to send the ambulance. She told the operator fell. Devia had already been brought to a hospital. As his son was driving him home the elder valdivia began foaming at the mouth and passed out again in the car. His son rushed him to the hospital but it was too late. Valdivia might have lived if he had had a break from the sun and the heat or if he'd had more water according to the occupational safety and health administration or osha most heat related workplace. Deaths and illnesses can be prevented by access to water rest and shade yet. many employers. don't deliver on these simple measures they don't have to. There aren't rules in place to protect their workers. This spring members of congress introduced a bill that addresses failure. It's named for us on valley valdivia. The legislation directs osha to set a national health standard. That will protect workers from heat related illness. Among the safety measures highlighted in the bill are regular paid breaks in cooler shaded environments access to water emergency response protocols for employees suffering from heat illness proper training for employers and employees on heat stress illness and prevention and access to protective clothing. The asuncion valdes. Illness and fatality. Prevention act also includes provisions to protect whistleblowing employees from retaliation for reporting violations these protections won't fully safeguard farm workers. But they're an important start. Our food supply relies heavily on the exploitation of largely lat next workers and a workforce whose members die of heat related causes about twenty times more often than workers and all other civilian occupations with climate. Change making hot days more frequent and hotter it is essential that outdoor workers are protected from excessive heat. Fear and mistreatment we must make deep cuts global heat trapping emissions to help limit the intensity of extreme heat in the coming decades but we also need to protect workers with mandatory safety measures. That could save lives in killer. He conditions from farm workers to first responders to mail carriers to garbage and recycling collectors. The people we depend on to keep us fed safe and comfortable are exposed to high rates of dangerous heat stress and heat stroke. You can support the asuncion valdivia heat. Illness and fatality prevention act by contacting your members of congress urged them to cosponsor and pass this crucial legislation. Go to act that. Ucs usa dot org slash workers dash heat to reach your members of congress. That's act dot. Ucs usa dot org slash workers dash heat before signing off. Today i want to invite you to a web briefing with the census bureau just releasing its latest data. Set states will take this new population data and use it. As the basis to redraw districts a process that will impact elections voters nationwide for the next decade given the immense challenges of the twenty twenty data. It's all the more critical that the scientific community leverage it skills and voice to ensure a fair transparent science-based process for electoral redistricting the union of concerned scientists. The national society of black engineers and engineers and scientists acting locally. Invite you to a web briefing. And discussion to explore recent research on the challenges of the twenty twenty census for electoral redistricting science-based practices to make the data work for fair maps. And how the scientific community can engage in their states process join us for the census science and fair representation. How science based practices can help guard against gerrymandering on tuesday august. Twenty fourth at three. Pm eastern time. Our three panelists. Are dr michael ladner professor of political science and public policy at the california polytechnic state university. He's also a senior voting rights. Fellow here at the center for science and democracy at ucs and author of the book gerrymandering the state's partisanship race. And the transformation of american federalism coleman harris phd candidate of biostatistics at vanderbilt university and author of recent report. The twenty twenty cents us delays changes and complications for accuracy and redistricting and cathay fang national redistricting director at common cause. You can register for the briefing at act dot. ucs usa dot org slash twenty twenty census. That's act dot. Ucs usa dot org slash twenty twenty census. Well that's it for this episode of the got science podcast got scientists made possible by the hundred and twenty-five thousand members of ucs and especially our partners for the earth the thirteen thousand supporters who make monthly contributions to defend science and help us solve the planet's most pressing problems learn more at ucs usa dot slash partners special. Thanks to dr. Rachel liquor segment by megan ramirez editing by omari spears additional editing and music by. Brian middleton research and writing by pamela ward. Our executive producer is retained. And i'm your host calming mcdonnell. Come chat with us on twitter at got science. Ucs thanks stay safe. 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"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on That’s Strange
"True dal very balanced absolutely absolutely so so. Let's go ahead and dive on in here. Let's do it. But stu that so lacy peterson was born on may fourth of nineteen seventy four and the youngest of two children born to sharon and dennis. Russia said that right. I think you're right. yeah Growing up on the family's farm. I think russia sounds looks. You know so. They grew up on a dairy farm west of now. I'm gonna screw this one up for sure. West of a city in california just only unnamed city in california s cologne. That more complicated. It's a it's a. It's a city in california. That has a name. That is just sounds like different. I think it's it's not as national echelon echelon is a very different word. a s scale on escalating. Okay we've gone okay. Lacy worked on the family farm from a young age. Let's go ahead. so she grew up loving gardening. That was passed down from her mother. Her mother and her father divorced when both the children were young. She moved in with her mother and brother to modesto california. I knew how to say that one following the divorce although they frequently would visit their father on the dairy farm. lacey's mother eventually remarried ron. Another name can't say green became a grant go. Yeah it looks it looks. It looks good. He became a father figure for the children's since lacy was two years old so they had a stepfather that was maybe a little bit more involved in their family right then then the the original father. I could be wrong but yes. Yeah just guessing or dead. Beat dad yeah jeeze following lacey's graduation from high school. She attended california california polytechnic state university majoring in horticulture. Have you ever heard of that in your life. So a great word. yeah. I've i've never heard of that. Should we word in every episode from now on that. We really really want to hone in on like i think we. I think we've already hit like seven of them on this process word. What was the last word echelons. A great word is a great word. The last one was tarmac. We we really love. I love that word. Tarmacs great word tarmac look horticulture is going to be that word for this one. I think kind of like polytech nick do though right also did wrong. And horticulture is the art or practice of garden cultivation in management So it's been a gardener. The why does everybody have to make these really complicated words for they've got gotta be super. Yeah it's just like the medical field. Everything's going to have a long latin word to it when you could just say elbow like i went to..
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on Food Safety Matters
"At hill's pet nutrition. She is also held key food safety and quality positions across various industries. She was a senior corporate quality assurance and food safety manager for the sara lee corporation the director of half and food safety for seaboard foods and director of pork safety for the national pork board. Michelle holds a phd in food microbiology from oklahoma state university. A masters of science degree from kansas state university and a bachelor of science degree from california polytechnic state university. San luis obispo vic duda has been a senior staff. Scientists have for over four years prior to that he was employed as a senior microbiologist at. Cdc he has earned his doctorate in veterinary medicine from ma fsu and received his phd in micro biology from north carolina. State university thick has been working in various aspects of food safety for over fifteen years with specific expertise in molecular biology and molecular assay development. He's authored or co authored over twenty peer reviewed articles and book chapters. Thick has been awarded. A patent on. Improving is so thermal detection technology and has been recognized many times for his contributions to food safety. All right now. Let's hear that discussion. Well welcome the two of you to the podcast today. It's great to see you both again. So michelle I'd like to start with you. Given the commitment of diamond pet foods to environmental monitoring and finished product testing To confirm your safety and quality of the products that you make he. Can you describe for our listeners. The essential components of your food safety and quality program that used to address concerns. You might have about the manufacturing process. Sure so i think one of the most important things we all have to keep in mind when we think about putting together food. Safety and quality programs is that looking. They're not they're not just a standalone program within your facility. So there's always there's multiple components. I like to call the multi hurdle approach so a lot of different intricate parts and pieces but the overall goal is to create this robust food safety program. That's made up of many prerequisite programs a lot of us. That have come out of the world. Know that You know the prerequisite programs are the building blocks. Well what does that mean. Okay well you need to have a good Cleaning and sanitation program you need to have a good Glass and brittle plastic program at all these lapus control and in good manufacturing practices and so these are all independent little programs that basically your food safety program builds up top of that so i would say really too when you're looking at a food.
"california polytechnic state university" Discussed on Dan Barreiro
"Don't forget. We'll be joined by Michael. Russo at five thirty this afternoon. He'll give us an update on apparent progress being made to. Getting! The NHL postseason started. He's at five thirty. The inbox would be open in about a half hour. If you WANNA email guards each aga kfi dot com under Patterson's kind enough to join us now he is of course and assistant coach now code of defensive. Coordinator of your Minnesota Vikings and he indeed is with us. Andre thanks for joining us today. I appreciate your time very much sir. Thanks for having me I, appreciate it by the way let's start with. This is kind of a question out of left field before we get to more serious issues. Tell me what it was like. To be the head football coach at California Polytechnic State University in the mid nineties. Was It was outstanding. You know San Luis. Obispo is probably one of the most beautiful places in the country. You know you're right there. on the beach on the coast Great Academic Institution. You know with a tough job because when I took it over here, we that was the first year they went from the vision to hobble two to one AA football but it was a great experience. Great young men great. Academic Institution I had I had a wonderful three years there. You've been coaching for a long time. You're not as old as me, but you're. You know you're not a spring chicken either. I'm wondering over the period of Time you've been coaching. Even and you've done a for lots of different places at a number of different levels. what do you think the most important thing is? You've learned about being effective as whatever head coach assistant coach Co coordinator, working with players, and maybe even working within a staff. Yeah I you know. Dan I to me. I think it's two fold I think number one. Is? Being able to have good communication skills that can deal with all of the different variety of players that you have to deal with whether that's college are pro football players come from all avast backgrounds they. You know they communicate differently what motivates them through. Communication is differently, but I think most importantly is having the ability to be able to truly listen. And you know a lot of times. The players will tell you what their need what they need. If! You're truly listening to them and and not just trying to hurry up and get your point across and you know to me. I think that's the biggest thing is helping you be the football coach? Processed the last several tumultuous weeks starting I. Guess You could say in some ways, even though I know. This is a a a much bigger picture story with the horrific scene that we all saw on video after the Memorial Day nightmare and non thirty, eighth and Chicago. It's been it's been difficult. You know it was A. Gut wrenching thing to to see and to be honest with you. Dan I. DIDN'T I didn't watch it on purpose I didn't watch it until until after demonstrations and stuff started I knew it was there. I knew it was being talked about when they came on television. I, wouldn't watch it. and our family you know, prepare myself to view it. you know once I saw you know the demonstrations all starting to take place and it was you know gut wrenching event hard to watch very sad You know just difficult. When you said you waited until later. was there a specific reason for that? What what made you hold off? you know. Obviously it wasn't. The first time in my life that this situation. Has Happened and I it just was something that you know. I had to prepare myself to be ready to deal with the anger that it would bring up within me and you know I think like you said you know I'm not a spring chicken. I've been through a lot of things in my life, and in the one thing that age gives you is wisdom. We all hope in and that wisdom. told me that I needed to prepare myself. For what I was getting ready to watch. You know we've heard from a number of athletes, more athletes and coaches, but but some of both saying I remember Torii Hunter's made that made this point that. that sometimes he thinks the he said basically. Some of the things he's had to deal with. He talked about playing at Fenway Park, but other places in which he's had to listen to racist taunts or be pulled over or be challenged that there are times when you don't talk about it, not because it's not happening, but because you become weary of it, and you become sadly afraid that if you bring it up. Up Too much either people are going to believe you or be. They're going to go. There goes earls story again and that that's different. Though than saying it wasn't happening that for him. That was the sad lesson of this. Whole thing is for for for a lot of players, a lot of athletes, not just athletes these sorts of things. Getting pulled over just driving whatever. They do happen more often than than perhaps we hear about them. Because sometimes you get, he would say just weary of having to talk about it. Can you speak to that? Yeah and that's a true statement and I and I. also think to you know Dan that it's a survival mode also to that you put yourself into. Is that you? You understand that these things are are are are taking place but Y- you know you. You have to put your mind in the place where you can go out and function on a daily basis, and and do what you need to do to take. Care your job and take care of your family. Those things you know ended up becoming the most important thing in your mind until you're slapped in the face with something like this. I talked to our players. Obviously, you know when this happened. You know one of the things is. You can choose to handle situations like this, obviously in on a variety of different ways, and you know when I was the head when I was coaching at Washington State obviously with with coach Zimmer. Old beat up Mercedes mercedes-benz pullman. Washington is a small town. And I would have police follow me home, you know, pull me over. And my first response was to was was anger, and you know, and then finally I thought about it to myself, and I went to our head football coach, and said I want you to make me to lay his onto the police department. And he did that and you know Dan. I did that for two reasons. Number one is I wanted them.
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"Trump's lawyers are calling the impeachment charges an affront to the constitution at the White House NBC's Jeff Bennett says the executive summary says the president didn't do anything wrong with you here they're saying that president trump's coordinated pressure campaign does not represent an impeachable offense in the executive summary of the pre trial brief it was delivered to the Senate president's legal team argued the charge of obstruction of Congress was frivolous and is dangerous summary adds the Senate needs to speedily reject the articles of impeachment and a quick the president well the house impeachment managers are responding to president trump's legal team ahead of that Senate trial that starts tomorrow the managers filed a response today saying trump is the framers worst nightmare come to life they also refuted the assertion that abuse of power isn't an impeachable offense that comes just hours after Alan Dershowitz a member of the president's defense team said the framers left out things like abuse of power because they thought it could be used in a political way the house managers accuse the president of a cover up that establishes his consciousness instead of guilt and you can watch live coverage on the I heart radio app search the impeachment trial and also keep the kid out com you can also watch it live on the Cape okay Facebook page police at the Virginia state capitol say that the big gun rally held there today has ended quietly and with no arrests Tom Roberts has more police posted on Twitter there were no arrests after capital square emptied out early Monday afternoon in Richmond Virginia citizens defensively president Philip van cleave told the thousands in attendance the rally is proof of what happens when the rights of Americans are threatened demonstrators shouted no more gun control in protest of multiple bills in the General Assembly Tom Roberts news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. even the bookies are having a problem making a favorite in the Super Bowl the San Francisco forty Niners in Kansas City Chiefs are the government many sports books in Las Vegas while the chiefs are one point favorites had others an attractive betting matchup plus legal betting and thirteen other states means more money will likely be wagered legally on the game than ever before there will be plenty of other bats offered on the game including hundreds of props and an over under total that was initially set at fifty two points governor Gavin Newsom's propose bail out of cal expo would do more than just keep the annual state fair going cave the kids Joe Michaels has more the two point three million dollars being proposed by the governor would offset short term funding deficiencies and study long term solutions for cal expose financial problems Callaspo CEO Rick Pickering says the funds will also help keep the fairgrounds available for use by the state during emergencies we've been activated several times in recent years beginning back with the Orville damn incident and then the tragic fires in northern California where we've sheltered people sheltered animals we've been major head quarter for FEMA and red cross the money will help fund the annual state fair in support more than five hundred local events each year estimated that over the last five years we've generated about forty million dollars of sales tax into the local economy about eight million dollars a year during that time cal expo has self generated more than a hundred and thirty million that's being used to fund year round operations at the fairgrounds Joe Michaels news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. and potential break could be coming in the case of Kristen Denise marked a former California polytechnic state university student whose disappearance remains unsolved it because my blind has details in may nineteen ninety six nineteen year old Kristen smart vanished from her college campus during her freshman year though investigators have followed up on several leads over the years her body has never been found and a suspect has never been charged in her disappearance Johnson galley a spokesperson for the smart family 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 see Elly says the family has not been given any additional information on what the development in the case could be but he has a family is not receive this kind of notification about the case before he says the FBI told the smart family an announcement would be made within the next three to four weeks if anybody knows of anything or has any information make sure we urge in the call of the sheriff's office in San Luis Obispo county my client's news ninety three point one KFBK five oh seven coming up at five eleven in our building a better Sacramento local churches unite to focus on reconciliation on this Martin Luther king day and now we'll get you caught up on all this hour's top national stories here news ninety three point one KFBK.
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"Community volunteers came together earlier today in north Sacramento for a day of service in honor of Martin Luther king junior cake the case Mike blunt as reports more than sixty community members and volunteers with the americorps program spent the morning trimming bushes and trees raking and pulling weeds in Ninos community garden segment department of youth parks and community enrichment spokesperson bill Maynard says the event was about making today a day of service rather than just a day off a great way to get back to your community in the legacy of Martin Luther king to you know bring together all people of all races do you work on a common vision in a comic check out the city of Sacramento offers community members the ability to secure plots in the garden for a small fee where they can grow food year round Maynard says people really enjoy the ability to work outside with their hands and spend time with their neighbors get out and do this type of work we upperside volunteers today we have you know family is with their kids and co workers so it's a very great right yeah okay you can find more information about the garden and other volunteer opportunities at city of Sacramento dot org Mike wants news ninety three point one KFBK presidential impeachment in depth coverage on news ninety three point one KM remember president trump's legal defense team is defending the commander in chief saying he did not commit a crime and he has not done anything that should lead to his removal from office the framers of the constitution did not permit impeachment on grounds like abuse of power or obstruction of Congress they reject it open ended vague criteria that could be weaponized for partisan political purposes I found Dershowitz who is one of the members the president's team says the framers of the U. S. constitution put in specific criteria for impeachment like treason he added they left out things like abuse of power because he felt the could be used in political senses Dershowitz adds he's prepared to present his case to the Senate this coming Friday and also says he's ready to go at any time well the house impeachment managers are responding to president trump's legal team ahead of the Senate trial that starts tomorrow Tom Roberts has details the managers filed a response Monday saying trump is the framers worst nightmare come to life they also refuted the assertion that abuse of power isn't an impeachable offense that comes just hours after Alan Dershowitz a member of the president's defense team said the primers left out things like abuse of power because they could be used in a political way the house managers accused the president of a cover up that itself establishes his consciousness of guilt Tom Roberts news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. and by the way you can hear live coverage on the I. hard apple you can search the impeachment trial also at KFBK dot com you'll find it there or watch it live on the Cape became a Facebook page interest may be coming soon in the twenty three year old case of a missing California polytechnic state university student Kristin smart family spokesman Johnson galli says the FBI and the same list misspoke county sheriff's office have reached out to them to let them know that there may be an announcement made in the case in the coming weeks there's been no indication what it could be but they have not received this type of a notification in the past smart disappear from our college campus during her freshman year in nineteen ninety six she is from Stockton endo investigators have followed up on several leads over the years our body is never been found in the suspect has never been charged with her disappearance governor Gavin Newsom is proposed bailout of cal expo we do more than just keep the annual state fair of flow to Cape Piquet's Joe Michaels has details the two point three million dollars being proposed by the governor would offset short term funding deficiencies and study long term solutions for cal expose financial problems Callaspo CEO Rick Pickering says in addition to finding the annual state fair the money will also support more than five hundred local events hosted each year at the fairgrounds many days throughout the year we have multiple events taking place at cal expo so much so that some weekends will have three to five events going on isn't like the weekend sportsman's that's beau offer a great example of how cal expo generates money for Sacramento businesses they have a little over six hundred exhibitor booths and if you multiply those blues times the number of employees that come to town to service those boosted stay at local hotels that several thousand bad nights that generate taxes back into the local economy if the funds will also help keep the fairgrounds available for use by the state during emergencies Joe Michaels news ninety three point one K. F. because a Tesla is disputing claims that its vehicles can suddenly accelerate on their own company said today that it checks out all such complaints it receives from drivers and it says the cars drive just as they are designed to do test labs at a California man who filed a petition with the federal safety official this is a short seller trying to profit from Tesla stock price going down the national highway traffic safety administration hasn't decided whether to open a formal investigation or not the allegations cover about five hundred thousand Tesla model threes esses exes all from twenty thirteen through twenty nineteen what coming out the ad for love in in our building a better Sacramento segment we'll tell you about an activity designed to really promote reconciliation on this Martin Luther king day will have that I had and right now we're gonna get you caught up in all this hour's top national stories here on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. from ABC news I'm Terry Alden or four days of opening arguments sixteen hours for questions and then four hours of debate there are all a part of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's plans with the start of president trump's impeachment trial Democrats aren't happy about them and intend to push back a make a motion to call X. witness say a what happens is the White House well then you know weigh in on that motion and then they'll have a vote on it for example in the Clinton trial everyone of these motions was debated for up to eight hours so depending on how many there are we could see a significant amount of the trial it taken up by this A. B. C.'s Catherine folders in Washington police in Kansas city Missouri say a gunman who opened fire on a line of people waiting to get into a night club was shot to death by a security guard but not before one person was killed and fifteen others wounded Schieffer should Smith we're not sure if this is random if there's someone in the crowd specific he was upset at the Smith says his department was already on high alert when the shooting broke out just hours after the Kansas City Chiefs won the AFC championship game a peaceful pro gun rights rally today in Virginia senior state official estimating twenty two thousand people converged on the capital of Richmond many of them armed outside temporary gates with long rifles tactical gear protest of new proposed gun control legislation this.
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"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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"Beautiful and safe from extinction meet American bald eagles up close at eagle passage of now open at northwest track wildlife park our next couple traffic at eleven forty four the forecast out for set point we're going hot today yet again here in a Monday with high temperatures during ninety degrees but ten ascension to go along with it his reach stays in place tomorrow too so it's another round of nineties but then by Wednesday into Thursday would you call back down into the seventies by the end of the week on set point in the comma weather center right now over eastern Washington wala wala sunny and eighty four currently on the coast we've got hope we only clouds and sixty and Boeing field sunny and seventy five eleven thirty six guess at what seems an unlikely candidate for anxiety over wildfires but experts say global warming is run the risk of major wildfires here to the rainy northwest censored say global warming is bringing higher temperatures lower humidity and longer stretches of drought minister kwon towns like across the region heavy 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 that's couples Franklin D. reporting companies time eleven thirty six and drivers on I ninety are getting an extra lane between Bellevue Anissa Quoc almost Romero told his work on that project starts today the state department transportation says the goal is to add more capacity for the estimated.
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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.
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"New synergy supreme plus premium gasoline their best fuel ever keep your engine two times cleaner for better gas mileage Philip today or go to Exxon dot com for more details now segue from the global forecast you're going hot today yet again here in a Monday with high temperatures during ninety degrees attend ascension to go along with it this reads stays in place tomorrow too so it's another round of nineties but then by Wednesday into Thursday would you pull back down into the seventies by the end of the week I'm set point in the comma weather center sixty three degrees with mostly clear skies right now come on it's time five thirty seven nestled in the foothills of Washington's cascades the bustling Seattle suburb of is a quality seems an unlikely candidate for anxiety over wildfires experts say global warming has brought the risk of major wildfires here to the rainy northwest experts that 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 gets cold was Frank Lenzi reporting I just a heads up for your commute all foot ferry service in king and kids have counties is suspended this week almost these would occur tells us why king 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 doc they've used for the past two years down to the new location plus.
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"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.
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"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..
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"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.