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"california state university" Discussed on KCBS All News
"California State University in the Bay Area's feeling the impact of the pandemic announcing layoffs this week, we'll have more coming up. Right now. We need to check in with Kevin. The Rat on the case. CBS Sportsline Yukon has decided to shut down football for the entire season because of the pandemic, becoming the first FBS school to make that decision. Head coach Randy Ed soul Says that everyone around that program had input but the guys who had the biggest say and that's that's the way it should be. Head coach. In a conference. Power five conference, a group of five conference I'd be saying the same thing. I'd be doing the same thing. Because these young men's lives are more important than money. More important month. It's just I'm just glad we made the right decision. And now we're didn't worth at least eight U C. L A football players have tested positive for the Corona virus. Stat from the L. A Health department that just in this afternoon From the MBA finals in Philly beat Washington one of 17 98. Joel Embiid had 30 points band Simmons left in the third quarter with a knee injury, not believed to be serious. He did not return. Denver over San Antonio, 1 32 to 1 26 a big loss for the Spurs, who remain a game and 1/2 back of Memphis. Because the Grizz lost again. They're an eighth place. Their own. Four after 1 2041 15 laws to Utah Now Portland just one game behind at the Sports desk. Kevin Radic KCBS now know that Napa auto parts stores and Napa Auto Care centres get a $25 prepaid visa card.
How to Do #MeToo Without Prison
"When the METOO movement caught fire in two thousand seventeen. The loudest demands centered on calling out offenders and seeing them prosecuted. But metoo founder Toronto Burke has been clear that mass incarceration is not the solution. Today's guest. Dr. Eliza Ackerman agrees. Prison doesn't work. The fact of the matter is only three percent of people who commit rape will adversity a day behind bars. And, the process of going through the criminal justice system is incredibly incredibly harmful for survivors. They are disbelieved, they are victimized again. Their entire sexual history is put on display in the courts. So knowing all of that we are looking for something that actually decreases harm. decreases, violence increases, empathy decreases recidivism, and that's what we find with restorative justice. Dr Ackermann is a criminal justice professor at California State University at Fullerton where she specializes in research on sexual violence and sex crimes policy. She's also a pioneer in her field of resolving sexual violence through a process called restorative justice. So ordinarily, our legal system response to criminal behavior with three questions. Questions what law was broken, who broke it, and what punishment is warranted. But restorative justice asks who was harmed, what are the needs and responsibilities of everyone affected and how can everyone involved collectively repair the harm that was done. Basically, it's all about healing survivors, communities, and offenders today. Eliza is guiding us through the restorative justice approach to sexual violence. Would it feels like for survivors and why it's a promising path toward preventing sex crimes in the first place all to find out? How can we do me to without prisons? Harvey Weinstein in an orange, jumpsuit has come to symbolize me to era justice, but the movement's original vision resonates far more with transformative and restorative justice approaches. Right. So toward the end of last week's part one. On feminism and mass incarceration prison abolitionist. My Shinwari told us about the transformative justice model that model aims to resolve harm without creating additional harm and without involving the legal system at all restorative justice shares that goal, but it can be put into practice both. And outside the system, what it entails is creating safe spaces. For. Survivors and for people who have caused harm to talk about the impacts that sexual harm has had, and it gives the survivor, a safe space to talk about really the very intimate aspects of sexual violence and the aftermath of that. It allows the survivor to ask questions of people who have caused harm. It also allows those people who have caused harm to ask questions at gives them insight about the behavior Dave engaged in that they would never get. From being processed through the criminal justice system, the term restorative justice was coined in nineteen, seventy, seven by prison psychologist, Albert igla-s, but its core principles come directly from indigenous forms of conflict resolution like sentencing circles and peacemaking courts most. Restorative justice programs focused on youth offenders and family welfare cases. But in recent years, experts like Eliza have started applying it to adult cases involving sexual violence for a number of practical reasons. Yeah. Many survivors don't trust police to properly handle their claims and many know their perpetrators and don't necessarily want to face them in a criminal trial plus evidence suggests that the restorative justice approach is both more empowering for survivors that going through a criminal trial and that it's a more effective method for perpetrators to actually learn their lesson and not re-offend. COMES BECAUSE? People. See as soft. Right they see you've done something wrong. You need to do the time for it. But Harsh Punishment Austin to anything to reduce harm to anybody, and if you ask the men that I have worked with what they would rather do face may or face another survivor, sit in a prison south, they will tell you prison cell every time. So I think once people understand that restorative justice is not soft. And, that it's actually much much more difficult to do. Maybe they'll get on board.
Harvard, MIT sue to block ICE rule on international students that would prevent many from staying in the US
"New rules from the U. S immigration and Customs Enforcement or ice. They say international students cannot stay in this country if their schools go entirely online in the fall, And I mean this could potentially impact hundreds of thousands of students who are here. That includes Victor Troll. See from Venezuela. He is an incoming master's student at the University of North Texas, and he talked with one of our producers. Let's listen. When I first heard the news. I honestly thought that it was fake news. It doesn't seem fair that we're being asked to leave the country on the technicalities in our immigration status. Because of something that we cannot control. So, Elissa explain what's in this new federal room. So if your school has come out and said, due to the pandemic, we're going to all be virtual in the fall. The federal rules says. You cannot remain in the U. S. To stay. You have to transfer to a school that's offering in person classes. Here's Rachel Banks from NASA Association of International Educators. It really removed the decision making power from higher education institutions. Basically, this guidance has said. Well, if you're going to pursue a fully online model You can't have international students on your campus. So I says the dinos is to minimize the risk of transmission of Koven, 19 by not admitting students into the country who don't need to be here. The State Department issued a statement saying the guidance will help with social distancing on campus. The timing is really significant because colleges have spent all summer figuring out their plans for the fall, and many have already told students what they're going to do, including moving up the school start date to avoid a possible second wave, which doesn't leave a lot of time for schools to rearrange their plans or for students to transfer to another program. I mean, this is all so complicated for students, but also I mean for schools. Isn't this going to be a financial hit? Don't Don't colleges and universities get a lot of money from foreign students? Absolutely. International students tend to be a big moneymaker for college. According to one economic analysis. International students contribute $41 billion to American High red in just a recent academic year. Some schools have already announced that they will be online in the phone. That's including Harvard in the California State University system. As cases have started to rise. Other schools like the University of Southern California have scaled back initial plans to be all in person. Now they're planning a hybrid approach meeting there some face to face instruction in some online, the experts I talked to say they expect more schools to take this hybrid approach. It's actually one way that colleges might be able to help their international students navigate this guidance because students will have at least one class in person. All right,
Lawmakers use protest momentum to push state racial reforms across the country
"The killing of George Floyd in the protests over racial injustice that followed have created momentum for reforms at state legislatures across the U. S. the efforts go beyond policing reforms by focusing on systemic racism that has pervaded public life for decades in California bills are advancing that would end a state wide bandh on affirmative action programs and would make ethnic studies a graduation requirement within the California State University system lawmakers in Ohio are considering resolutions to declare racism a public health crisis success has been mixed in New Hampshire lawmakers refused to fast track legislation targeting racial
"california state university" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"At California State University will need to take one course in ethnic studies under legislation approved by the state Senate yesterday state senator Steven Bradford presented the legislation which was authored by assemblymember Shirley Weber four or four hundred years we have sanitized and whitewashed history full of lies missions and the Niles now it's a time for the truth because it because as we know the truth will set you free the state Senate passed the new graduation requirements for the nation's largest four year public university system amid objections university is resisting the legislature setting curriculum rules and says it's in the middle of reforming its ethnic studies course the measure returns to the assembly for concurrence with some minor amendments is expected to pass there is a way twelve years after the pueblo revolt of sixteen eighty Spanish conquistador don Diego de Vargas marched into the city of Santa Fe on horseback to reclaim the city yesterday morning a statue of a man who is both honored and reviled was hauled away in the back of a flatbed tow truck at the direction of mayor Alan Webber a crane removed a statue of a day of August which is been part of a growing controversy over historical markers markers and monuments in Santa Fe Antonio Gonzalez reports native people their allies and city officials took part in the celebration in Santa Fe New Mexico Thursday after statue of Spanish governor don Diego de Vargas was taken down they also called for the removal of a war monument bearing a racist inscription the celebration followed demonstrations earlier this week in Albuquerque and Rio Arriba county or statues a Spanish colonizer one Daniel Tay were removed autumn rose Billy a co founder of three sisters collective spoke to the crowd about the atrocities Oneonta committed against the people and the late fifteen hundreds hundreds of.
California State University chancellor: Fall 2020 courses likely to be delivered virtually
"University of California campuses are figuring out how to best approach the upcoming school year chancellor Timothy white appeared on Good Morning America to discuss his decision to cancel in person classes do not sit out nobody can take away the value of a college education it will be different but it'll be very good Dr white says fully re opening campuses in the fall is unlikely but says educators are working on a hybrid approach that includes classrooms and
"california state university" Discussed on KGO 810
"The California State University system has revealed plans to cancel nearly all in person classes for the fall semester because of cold at nineteen and now we are hearing from CSU chancellor Timothy white explaining the thinking behind the move we can't change the biology of covert nineteen what we can do is change our behaviors individually and collectively as a university to minimize the Kurds spread in the morbidity mortality associated with that in Contra Costa has now joined San Matteo county in allowing drive by graduation ceremonies for the class of twenty twenty both counties are allowing ceremonies with up to two hundred vehicles but unlike San Matteo Contra Costa county is allowing families to walk or bike to the graduation site along with drive by graduations health officials in the East Bay also permitted a small group of graduation ceremonies for up to twenty five students ages thirteen or older fighter jets will be flying over parts of California today in a tribute to the frontline workers in the war against covert nineteen they'll be coming to the California air national guard's one hundred forty fourth fighter wing in Fresno their commander colonel Robert sports figure says the flyovers will begin at ten this morning and work the services of California seo score at fifteen cities from the one forty fourth fighter wing during the cities of California and flying over hospitals and response locations such as food banks were father says the National Guard does fly overs at big events like super bowls in the world series here in the bay area expected about ten forty five will be about a thousand feet in the air traveling about three hundred fifty miles an hour over rich man health facilities in Oakland and down to San Jose as well the Tribune like this for health care workers and first responders is unprecedented sponsored by rocket mortgage by quicken loans we are checking unnecessary travels in the are challenging times rocket mortgage.
"california state university" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"You doing? These upset Clinton in the press immediately is quiet in Obama Jokes. A little bit in the giggle. Funny just how obedient oppress. What's and then? Obama admonishes them nominee a handwriting book for moment. And when I do WanNa make sure you ask questions and yes sir. Yes best is remember. The reporter has who asked Obama in in your time in the White House what is enchanted. Do the most I was in New York. Times reporter now is with CNN. I think you could find this one day because yeah contrast this with any question. Trump gets during these first one hundred days. What has surprised you the most about this office in chanted you the most you know from the Asian American reporter. Why are you asking me that? Why are you asking about China? And he's like what I'm asking everybody with China they ask China. These people have defended China. People the mainstream media is more likely to defend China than they add their own country. And whatever it was five years ago they were saying Mr President. What in your time on the job Enchanted you the most. Can you imagine someone asking trump that even if it's you know Oh a n? Who OF THE NEW YORK Post? They would never ask that that they were so enamored of. I mean it was like they were like high school kids with the first girlfriend. They were in love with Brock Obama. And right now on. They're finding out that you know. Their high school girlfriend was a Riggan serial killer because finding out corrupt Obama was and again New York Times reporters when they wake up today. It's they have one job one job. It's exonerate defense. Circle the wagons around Barack Obama. It's going to get nasty and it's GonNa be fun. I'm telling you we don't need sports. We got civil unrest in La and we get. We got the wars in the media the media in the in the press room in Washington. It's going to get ugly. I think today trump's can do a press covers. GonNa tell everybody when they ask questions they want. Us China wants China. The right people the black people the girls man the old the young everyone ask China because that's what he's done. Only today's Washington Bureau Press Corps could turn that into a racist comment ask China right of course and just. The temperature of the room.
California cancels fall university classes as Fauci warns of reopening too soon
"California State University system is canceling most in person classes through the fall semester Los Angeles county might keep stay home orders for the next few months many anxious for the restrictions to ease up so the economy can recover but according to a new CNN poll fifty eight percent say they feel uneasy about returning to their regular routines and just yesterday Dr Anthony Fauci the nation's top infectious disease expert gave a stark warning during Senate testimony my concern as some areas city state so what have you jump all over those various checkpoints and prematurely open up is that we will start to see little spikes that might turn into outbreaks here in Washington the projection is we could see about twelve hundred deaths by this
Los Angeles - Students Sue UC, CSU Systems Over Refunds Of Campus Fees
"Said UC and CSU students would like some of their money back please a class action suit filed in federal court in both Oakland and Los Angeles by some students who want refunds out of campus fees since the coronavirus close schools and push classes to an online format the suit alleges that both the university of California and California State University systems will not refund unused portions of fees for campus related services like health facilities and student centers at spring semester students haven't been able to use since the campus is closed in
"california state university" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And afternoons Dana has news ninety three point one K. because tonight chilly overcast in the lower forty three periods of rain and drizzle tomorrow quite cool with a high of fifty seven I thank you others Gregory Patrick news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. all right we've got to L. gross sixty three degrees citrus heights sixty three year Rancho Murieta sixty three and it's for ten at news that a three point one K. if the case were building a better Sacramento brought you by nor cal ram Jack well a new university is coming to the region there is a nearly eighty five hundred acre area in unincorporated plaster county between the cities of Roseville Rocklin and Lincoln to be developed called the sunset area we adopted a plan for it in nineteen ninety seven and we just updated the plan few months ago actually approve that along with the approval of the project yeah a new California State University Sacramento and Sierra college campuses included plaster county district two supervisor Robert why again and as we're doing the update of the plan the project came forward and we decided to process both concurrently yes the California State University board of trustees approved plans for a three hundred acre land donation for sac state to begin building a new academic center in plaster county that's now included in the development plans the exciting thing to the county is that they will tremendously stimulate quality job creation in accounting obviously the amenity of the university is is a different dimension and obviously one that's a real kick for two and as for that new academic center the university site itself the you libro donated is about three hundred acres and that is about the size of the California State University Sacramento campus so it'll be big and that's good because that state is almost turning away students now it's just so full and so what will the name be like if a student goes to this campus where will they say they go hello California State University plaster yeah four dead the whole site now the whole site will take up to twenty years to build out but that cal state university they sent they say should be done more quickly well if.
Reducing Hospital Infections
"Acquired in hospitals are the number one cause of hospital harm hospitals. Those are fabulous breeding grounds for infections and hospital infections cost America about thirty eight billion dollars a year and result in about one hundred thousand deaths each year and among hospital acquired infections. Pneumonia is at the very top of the list list. which is the type of infection that I'm interested in? That's Dr Diane Baker. I'm a professor of nursing at California State University Sacramento Manam. Getting pneumonia in the hospital is not good. These infections or hard to treat they cause people to spend more time in the hospital and and they cost money to treat and they often cause death. That's why we're so interested in taking all the steps necessary to prevent these types of infections actions. It won't surprise you. That hospitals encourage frequent hand washing and the wearing of masks gowns. But Dr Baker's team team has discovered that a dollar thirty five intervention can significantly decreased pneumonia and patients like it. Dr Baker Acre observed that often nurses just don't have the resources to deliver fundamental nursing. Care things like helping people to get out of bed. Providing leading skin care and oral care the consequence of omitting this care of course is that it puts the patient at increased risk for hospital acquired infection. It it turns out that a good number of cases of hospital acquired de Monja can be prevented the Monja comes from germs in the mouth. If we omit ah basic or or care the germs over Berlin. The mouth and they can easily slip into the lungs causing an infection. That's what we call the MONJA. Hospitals are the perfect storm for pneumonia is to develop in part. This is due to patients lying in bed. Being given medicines that suppress their koff having dry. Maoz and an ultra diet. So Dr Baker's team began to think how they might change this pattern. That's got the idea idea that we kept the mouth clean and stopped the germs from Boeing. That perhaps we could prevent this the MONJA and indeed. That's exactly actly. What we did. Dr Baker got three large healthcare systems to give her idea. Try Simple as it might be. Nurses made sure or that. Mouths were healthy. And then encouraged hospitalized people to brush their teeth three to four times a day. This means that they're given a good couth brush. Toothpaste antiseptic now. France and we started brushing teeth before surgery as kind of a logical step. You're having a big surgery as someone's like they put a tube your throat without surgery. Your mouth should be as clean as possibly could be. It's a simple step. But does it reduce pneumonia. Absolutely did reduce the MONJA and one of our studies have to seventy percent saving about thirty one lives savings. I'm about six million dollars a year and the results from the Kaiser permanent case system were equally as impressive literally saving millions of dollars for the organization and hundreds of lives so the solution is simple low cost and low tech but believe it or not. Hospitals are still not adopting this a dollar thirty five intervention. Why because so far no accrediting organization has officially told hospitals. They need to to do it. Come on really. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion.
"california state university" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Are being leveled against the Pasadena police department's traffic stops made by the city's gang patrol were almost entirely of black or Hispanic drivers according to figures presented by a civil rights attorney who is suing the department city spokeswoman Lisa Darien tells KNX those numbers simply reflect the racial makeup of Pasadena's gang your focus is African American Latino gang members and that's word to data that Mister Burton is provided would reflect that because they target the gang suppression of the plate is attorney John Burton tells KNX this problem goes way beyond gaming enforcement these are people who are driving through Pasadena or out to the inner being pulled over because of their ethnicity that is not okay regardless of the demographics of the gang problem he says while whites make up a majority of the city's population that the subject of just one percent of its traffic stops brain paying K. addicts ten seventy newsradio the jurors are getting back to court today it's the second day of deliberations in The Hollywood Reporter all Michael a guard your loan is accused of stabbing two L. A. everyone to death almost five years apart the defense says prosecutor is just about over enough hard evidence to prove jewelers guilt cover city is offering temporary relief to renters the city council has approved a measure limiting annual rent increases to three percent in buildings built before February first nineteen ninety five it also requires landlords to meet certain conditions before victim tenants the rent limits are set to last a year will city officials work on a permanent measure the I. California State University chancellor Timothy white is not happy with the state all of that says university system is keeping a grip on a billion and a half dollars a reserve money while raising tuition and cutting worker pay he told state lawmakers the element got the number right but it's wrong when it accuses university officials of trying to conceal the money this year's you has been open and transparent about the reserve fund through dozens of documents and presentations service state officials our board of trustees in our students allied sociology is wrong when it says there are no restrictions on how that reserve money can be used this is election day in a Los Angeles City Council district that covers much of the northwestern portion of the San Fernando Valley including Granada hills Chatsworth Northridge Porter ranch runoff race between John Lee Ann Lorraine Lundquist who were the top two finishers in special primary election in June the seat had been held by Mitch Englander until he resigned at the end of last year to take a job in the private sector.
Measles quarantine issued at two California universities
"More than a thousand students staff at two university campuses in southern California were placed under quarantine or sent home due to possible contact with measles. Anyone who could not show proof of a measles vaccine had to be placed under quarantine at the university of California, Los Angeles, California State, University, Los Angeles. Dr Barbara Ferrara, director of the Los Angeles County department of public health says most suits and staff at the university are vaccinated it's going to be a very small number of students and faculty and staff that actually aren't immunized, and it's pretty easy. If they go to health services to have the folks at how services help them verify their status UCLA. Officials say only one student remains quarantined on campus due to possible measles exposure, while forty five students and one faculty member have elected to selfies late at
Trump says white nationalism is not a rising threat
"More details. Have emerged since the terrorist attack in New Zealand in which Australia national opened fire inside two months during Friday prayers in Christ Church, killing forty nine people and injuring dozens more in his apparent manifesto, the killer made it clear that he carried out the attack in the name of white supremacy and praised Donald Trump as a quote symbol of renewed white identity. And common purpose. Trump did condemn the violence which is supposed to do as president. But he refused to admit what everyone else can see the explosion of far, right? White nationalist extremism at home and abroad. White nationalist rising threat around the world. I don't really I think it's a small group of people that have very very serious problems. I guess if you look at what happened in New Zealand for half sets a case, I don't know enough about it yet. They're just learning about the person and the people, but it's certainly a terrible thing. Terrible thing Trump's bland response to the slaughter of Muslim men women and children in New Zealand early. Reminiscent of his remarks after an outbreak of white nationalist violence here in the US. Very big that group, but you also had people that were very fine. People on both sides to me now to discuss is Malcolm Nance MSNBC contributor, author of the plot to destroy democracy. Dahlia Moga director of research for the institute of social policy and understanding and Brian Levin director of the center for the study of hate and extremism at California State University. Thank you from me here, Malcolm the inability of people to just identify this terrorism because it isn't what we typically identifies terrorism. Why is it so difficult for people to just make that straight on equivalents when it's white nationalism because we have now been conditioned since nine eleven to believe that terrorists only come in one flavor, and that's Muslim extremists from the Middle East where people in the United States who have been radicalized online, and they can only be Muslim. This is a huge fallacy, I trained law enforcement and intelligence all the time in this country. And I constantly warn them the. I people that will go to guns with you are going to be a white extremist militiamen posse Comitatus person in the United States. They are armed. They are motivated, and they have a history that goes back decades in this country. They are a threat that act in New Zealand was a terrorist attack. It was designed to impact an audience beyond the victims and show an ideology as viable, and that is this white supremacist Internationale that appear it doesn't appear it exist fall throughout Europe. And Charlottesville was the coming out party for that type of extremism in the United States. One of the thing that made. This particularly scary is that you have this merger now and a lot of different ways of social media, which which can be used to radicalize people. But also now we're learning to spread the the mayhem. This was live streamed by this Jared. It was livestream because he wanted to also show his added here in. And you know, people who are out there who could be radicalized by this that this is how it's done. It was a message not just to the greater world in general and to put fear into the hearts of the Muslim world, which is what it was about. But it was also really to people were saying this was trolling some of the things that he put out in his manifesto. This was a message to what he calls the greater white community to stop the invasion of the Muslim hordes into what he claims is the white world white Christian. And that's where we have this problem. Social media is a weapon system now, and like ISIS, I've written a whole book about ISIS ideological propaganda. They are using it to put out a platform to bring in new
"california state university" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"No, I'm gonna be talking about faith fake hate hoaxes and real state hoax. I realize real estate crimes rather that. Yes. Excellent subject knows on after me and also tomorrow on the conversation, seven PM eastern, four PM Pacific. Thanks a lot. I gotta end up with just talking about on the happened. Over me happened to me over the weekend. I was at California State University. And thank you very much for hosting me, California State University, and it was a lovely program. But I felt really kind of overwhelmed by it. It was about fake news. And it was me and Amy Holmes was also a conservative and then to liberals liberal socio sociology. Professor, I think it was. And I can't remember what the other one was. But they were both. They were both liberals, but they both liberals who didn't know they were liberals just thought they were kinda normal. Nice people. I this is nothing personal about this. But I was stunned by the kind of the way the cloud, the cloud of narrative, just surrounded us. So that I felt like a crank for pointing out when people were saying things that I just didn't think we're true. So like, for instance, we're talking to young people. I don't know if they're high school students or young college students, but they would say, well, how can we defend ourselves? Against fake news, and people would say, well, go to the established sites like CNN, and I would say CNN is a left-wing station and everybody would roll their eyes. There's the old conserve, but CNN is a left-wing station. I mean, it is a left-wing station. They would say, you know, go to political back Flynn effect. You know, the federalist wants did a very very close computer study of of political fact and showed that the way they treat Republicans is much much different than the way, they treat Democrats, and that all their most honest politicians are Democrats, and all their least honest politicians or Republicans, and unless you believe the Democrats lie less than Republicans which just on the face of it is nonsense. You you have to know the politic is a left leaning organization, and that's the way. That's why I feel like nobody should censor fake news because nobody is completely object. Let the people learn how to get information. But it was just really I mean, let me just play this piece of CNN covering Kamala Harris, okay, the CNN, and there's a c- CBS reporter in your to think covering Kamala Harris, and they go help her by jacket. Yes. So it's kinda like time they went out and helped Donald Trump by tie. You know, you wait that never happened and never will happen and this cloud. It's so what would really struck me about this panel was how hard it was for me to simply say, I don't want didn't want to be the frog in the salad. You know, he's heart was to me simply say that some of these things that you know, to be true or not true everybody. Everybody all three of them were talking about pizza. Pizza gate was forced remember the conspiracy theory that Hillary Clinton was running child sex ring through this pizza, Washington DC pizza part. That was dumb the time. I said it was dumb. I remember right wingers. You know, sending me all kinds of hate mail telling me, how awful wasn't obviously. This was a true story is obviously false story. But the pizza parlor in question was was owned by the former lover of David Brock. David Brock is a smear merchant used to be right wing smear merchant. Now, he's a left-wing smear merchant. He's the guy who has been the mean power the Soros-funded power behind the behind the crusade to censor fake, news and social media, which is on means censoring conservative. No left-wingers ever thrown off Twitter or Facebook only guys like Knowles, Jeremy boring. The God king of the daily wire was thrown off for making a joke about cabbage. That does happen liberal. David Brock the guy. So there's some question at least of whether pizza gate, which was believed by idiots on the right? But whether it was started by people on the left as part of a plan to make fake news and issue. Remember fake news became. An issue because a the organisation
"california state university" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"He's our top local story at channel three LA school students back at their guest today. Now, the teachers strike us over teachers are backing classes. Well, the street was bumper to bumper as parents rolled in to let their kids get out. It was back to normal and back to class for the most part students were glad to return and glad the teachers were returning ding, very different. They kept us in the gym during the teachers strike, and it's really good that they're coming back. He's going to get a fair, and there's going to be less students in the class. So we'll have more time to connect with the teacher. A teacher's aide tells me she's relieved for the very same reason classrooms are too crowded and it's hard to teach the kids they bounce off a substitute. Who was on his way in supportive of the teachers? He didn't cross the picket lines during the strike. Glad it's over with. I don't think people want to go on strike, but sometimes just feel like you're back skin swollen. You have no other choice. Either way the teachers and the students are back at Marshall high. John Baird KNX ten seventy NewsRadio after helping broker an end to the teachers strike mayor. Eric Garcetti is off to Washington DC today is expected to have a prominent role at the US conference of mayors annual winter meeting Garcetti who's chair of the groups Latino alliance is said to moderate a panel discussion tomorrow on immigration issues. The chancellor of California State University says there will not be tuition increase. This fall. Timothy white made the announcement during the board of trustees two day meeting this week in Long Beach, saying is off the table. He said the university systems anticipating the largest state funding increase in history. Thanks to a proposal from government. Governor Newsom chancellor white added. The two thousand eighteen was one of the best years. Cal State has ever had arranged were missing L LA city worker found halfway across the country. We'll tell you more about that details in less than two minutes..
"california state university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I purposely seek out guest mentors who can be inspirational and provocative today. We have two guest mentors who are certain to be provocative. And they are Michael cables who is a labor and employment lawyer from wanna creek, California and David wolf who is also a labor and employment lawyer from Berkeley, California, and we're going to be talking about employment law and some of the more current issues that are being on the radio and TV twenty four seven these days. Now. Michael has had forty six years and employment and labor law. He's represented mostly management, but he has also been a plaintiff's attorney. He's defended rock full termination, discrimination and other employment, litigation and sexual harassment. You represent employers before both state and federal courts. He's been a public speaker in the area of labor employment. Law is conducted seminars regarding wrongful termination, employee privacy, workplace violence wage and hour discipline and termination is a graduate of California State University. He's commodity from the Whittier College school of law, and he did some additional work at New York University. Something. That's also important to note about Mike is that he is a retired Colonel from the United States army. He had served in Iraq, Haiti Thailand, Malaysia, Korean Australia. He's been awarded the legion of merit. The bronze star and meritorious service medals among others. Thank you for your service. Thank you and David our good friend from Berkeley as thirty years is in the defense side of law. He's been a director of labor relations for providence health system. He has also been assistant general counsel at Sutter health. He's been in both. And so as Michael they've both been in a big firm and now they're in private practice. David has a JD from the university of Pacific McGeorge McGeorge school of law in Sacramento. He also did some work which will ask a little bit David what in Heidelberg, which is one of my most favorite beautiful places in the world and happy to tell you about it. So you can tell us a little bit about that. And he is a member of the PHI Kappa PHI Honor Society is the past chair and vice chair of the bar association of San Francisco ethics committee, and he's been on a number of committees for the healthcare human resources administration. He's been involved in hiring processes. Preemployment increase background checks recruitment, and many of the same things that Mike has been involved in with regards to litigation. Welcome to both of you. Indeed, David toss a little bit about Heidelberg Heidelberg say. The former governor would say, right. But he was from Austria, of course. But no Heidelberg was wonderful. I was there from seventy nine to eighty one. Just a beautiful city definitely throwback. You've when you think about that time that was when Germany was still divided but youthful town on the Neckar river and matriculated there as a regular student having taken the German as a foreign language exam. Pass that by the skin of my teeth and loved it. And along the way who was the your influence in your life on you to become a lawyer. Wow. She that's a great question. Some of my professors in undergrad at Cal poly, San Luis Obispo. I also used to work for Del Monte foods and. I was inspired by some of the things I did there to pursue labor and employment law because I was working with a lot of the staff members there, and we had a union contract is big Teamsters accounts can council contract with twelve hundred employees ran twenty four seven all summer long. It was just an inspirational place to be and that's how I got into labor relations. That's the very short version for you, Tom. What since this is the mattress was there any particular person who you can look back on and say was a key mentor for you in your career. You know, there's a key person who inspired me to pursue this particular practice area. Name is Kathleen Kelly, and she was a professor my law school, and she was a local mediator and had been a partner in one of the big law firms, and she probably among very small handful of people a motivated me to to do that pursued labor employment law. Great. And mike. Interesting. I in this happens to people now. And again, I actually I think ended up in law more by negative example. I had had as a college student and experience with this was was when you know, protests were rampant on college. So we don't need to get into the details. But I had I had a negative experience with a with a lawyer. That was representing me in a in a situation. And I I decided I can do a lot better than that. And then after college I became a high school teacher and I happened to join right? When you're in the middle of a big labor dispute, this is in southern California and. It was very very frustrating for me. Again. I thought you know, I can do better than this. So that a friend of mine convinced me that I should go to law school. He had also become a labor lawyer, and I was already predisposed to to a labor and employment. So here I am thirty seven years later. And if I came to you as a younger person in college and asked your advice on going into the field of law. What would you tell me, you're nuts? Nah. I'm kidding. The field of laws really really diverse. So you know, if somebody comes to me, and they do they do this regularly even my own children. Then then we have to talk about what it is that interesting them. What is it? They find fascinating about law. Because there's a very very different lifestyle different kinds of pressures and things that are attached to for example, if you're going to be a criminal defense or prosecution lawyer versus being a civil litigator is very different between being a civil litigator and an M and a mergers and acquisitions attorney or between being emanated attorney and being a trust mistakes attorney so just have to find out where they want to be and and different personalities thrive in in those different practices. Now, that's an I've worked with lawyers of all different stripes across the board. Some really good a lot of good lawyers. Anyways, we're gonna come right back in a minute. And we're going to be talking about what has changed in the practice of law since you.
"california state university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Great pleasure to speak to the director of the shark live at California State University, Long Beach. This is Dr Chris crisslow, we've been speaking of great white shark attacks in particular in the news, a fatal attack off of Cape Cod in the middle of September and a non fatal attack, but quite severe at NC nita's in San Diego County in late September. So we look from the human point of view now from the shark point of view. I learned from you Chris that the great white sharks live for seventy years. They have a life story that's worth telling the smaller sharks. The are born about five feet long. I believe I've learned from you. And they're the ones who are near the California beaches is that all correct? Well, that's that's true for southern California. So we know that southern California is a nursery for white sharks in the entire northeast Pacific. So this is where females come and give birth to young. And we don't know exactly where that occurs. We just know that the baby starts showing up off our beaches around made through at about Tober. And in the question that we're trying to figure out is what makes southern California beaches, good nursery habitat for white shirts. Well, a lot of shark species use nurseries, and the reason why they give birth in those areas is because it offers protection for their young. It offers an abundance of food and good conditions. So that there's young can grow very quickly. So that they can overcome many of the things that could potentially kill them in their first year. So I think southern California's a little bit different than what we see Cape Cod. And the reason for that is the adults are showing up at those beaches, primarily defeat on seals. But in southern California, we really don't see a lot of seals on our beaches there around me offshore islands. And that's typically where we see adult white shirts. The birth. It's a live birth and they're about five feet long. That's a big baby. But there's no nursing. So this isn't a matter of a mother bear protecting her cubs. But I learned from you that shocks are warm-blooded like human beings. And the young sharps of sharks are not ready for the deep water. Is that why they hang around? Well, that's part of it. So white sharks are or what we call warm bodied or endothermic and basically as long as they keep swimming. They can keep their body warmers in the water. Now, the babies are fairly small, and they have all the same equipment to do that like the adults. The problem is their bodies are so small that we don't think they're very good at keeping the heat that they generate and therefore they act more like a coal bodied shark. So during the summer, one of the reasons why we think they're in so close to shore in such shallow water because the water's warmer there than it is further offshore. The other reason is believe it or not females give birth to their young and they're completely on their own. So they have to figure out everything on their own. And they don't know what is it threat? So one of the reasons why we think they're in such shallow water is because that's a safe place for them. There are fewer large predators. And then the third reason is they have to figure out how to eat on your own and the most common thing we find in baby white shirt stomachs or stingrays which in southern California carpet are seafloor. So this makes it easy abundant food source for them for a naive young sharp like a baby white shirt. I also learned that they migrate from your area long. The San Diego County to the south, or at least they have four and.
"california state university" Discussed on KGO 810
"Grief and afterlife for search, of course, Carlo received her undergraduate degree in psychology at California State University, Fresno and then went on to receive a master's degree in clinical psychology from the California school of professional psychology in Fresno as well her books include heavenly, hugs, one last hug before I go a glimpse of heaven. Carla welcome back to the program at spent a while. Hey, George, how are you doing doing? Okay. I've got a little frog voice today Carlo, but it's on the downhill spiral now, which is good you need, some slippery elm that would work. I've got some. Well, you know, go ahead and start using it. What's the best way to take? It can take it in a lozenge form or t I prefer actually the lozenge form because it doesn't taste like something that you want to use on a regular taste of. Yeah. No wonderful. So yeah, that's we have that in our house, and my boys Saint things that their mother is crazy because she's been into all this stuff forever. And I look at them. And I say well, look at how healthy you are leave me alone. How did you get involved in looking after stories of the afterlife? Well, I was a real chicken for years. Because I grew up in a family where my grandfather on my mother's side had witnessed UFO's in California in the forties. And so and I would sit in the backyard in California waiting to see if anything would manifest in the skies. And it wasn't really talked about we just did it. And then my mother was very into a lot of this stuff. And there were there were media mystic abilities. I like to call it since, you know, sensitive person is a sensitive, but she was very sensitive, and she could pick things up. But you know, she had tons of books under her bed about all this stuff. And of course, being nosy person that I was when I was really young I found them all and I started reading them all and so when I had my first experiences, I was really really young my mom had passed and right before she passed I had gone to a slow. Fly in the family stone concert with a bunch of goofy girlfriends, we thought we were so cute. And anyway, sly was late as usual because you know, he is known for inviting a little bit. And I suddenly felt really sick. It was really hot. It was in the valley. And so I saw an ambulance and I decided oh, man, I'm gonna go lay down in that ambulance. And so that's exactly what I did. And then when I woke up and went home, I found out that the time I crawled into that ambulance. My mother was being loaded up into an ambulance and taken to the hospital that's called an empathetic departing vision where we can be in different locations. One person can be you know, one California and love someone who's in New York and the one in California starts feeling really really sick. And they're, you know, they they know they're healthy. And they don't understand why they feel like this. And then they realize that their best friend or their relatives. Was having a heart attack? The exact moment they were feeling. So what you don't realize that at that moment to you know, not until the phone. Call comes or the Email or text comes. And there's this this revelation. Wow. You know, I was feeling horrible suing sick and sweaty. And like I was going to pass out and people can even one person I know actually had a deathbed vision with his wife as she was passing. And so what happened was he traveled with her to the other side, but was not allowed to continue with her. So you got to experience what it was like for her to pass. And then experience what it was like for her to move on. But then was told it wasn't his time. They turned back. I guess well what happens is that what it's not your time. It's just not your time. I had a near death experience. And was really told very clearly it was not my time. What had happened to your mother? Eventually. Well, my mother what happened shortly after that she passed away and again, I had another departing vision. She came by. And I had a sense I knew intuitively that she had moved on a physically she wasn't here anymore and not only did I have that experience, but to family, friends and two other relatives all at the same time. We all in very different locations knew that my mom had. She had come by. And touched us in some way. But that she had moved on. Now. Here's. The sad thing. Now that time I was just sixteen years. The really sad thing all of us all five of us. None of us taught to the other for years decades. Why not because it's not we still can't talk about this stuff. We're not supposed to talk about this stuff. It's almost as if if we do say anything about having these experiences. What people say to me is folks look at me like I'm cracks. They look at me like, I'm nuts. And so, you know, our kids are being raised with the idea that I see so many kids are desk phobic. It's really really sad. And it's because their parents are death phobic. And so I really do believe that a lot of societal things that are going on right now really having our a need about to be remembered known seen not forgotten not seeing invisible because of this huge fear physical death that so many people have I would say most people are afraid of dying. Most people, and it's probably pretty natural, isn't it? Well, yeah. Being with people who have passed on its been fascinating for me. There was this one woman who was from Germany and she had been putting a camp when she was twelve years of age. And so when she began to pass she started having these really dramatic conversations in German and her husband said to me. What do I do? She seems really upset and I said we'll talk to her in German because if we have an original tongue French-Spanish, whatever what will happen when it gets close to passing if we have a visible departing vision. What we will do is. We'll start talking in that time, and so her original tongue was German. And so when he began talking to her he learned that she was having a lot of deep conversations with people from way back when she had been a die hard. Uber. Liberal lawyer. Would look and say, but also I'm an atheist, and I'm a hardcore. Say yes, you're an atheist, and I would think to myself one day one day, and it happened it happened. She had this marvelous departing vision before surpassed on, and I you know, my mother-in-law who was polish she returned to her native tongue, and she was able to have conversations with her mother who died in the gas chambers and her father was locked up in a guru lag. So my another relative of mine passed away not that long ago, and she was a holocaust survivor, and she started talking to relatives who had passed in the holocaust, and she was talking in polish. So this kind of stuff people just don't talk about it in the medical community. It's frightening. The way they treat these things. So. Don't they? Tickets. Crazy, don't they? Well, what they wanna do is. They want to hop up the medications, you know, that's always my biggest complaint whenever I talk about this topic. When somebody is actually feeling better and more peace because they've had one of these experiences and all concerns about death and dying or removed, and they even made describe where it is they're going and who it is. They're seeing who has departed before them. And so there's this sense. It's just a sense of peace. It overcomes them and so- medical people will look at that as we need more medication or they're hallucinating or it's the dying brain that's always my favorite that was proven decades ago. So in our society in medical situations medical schools, they just don't talk about this stuff. Carlo you spent some time check into the afterlife in England. How come what was that? Because my own sensitivities were running me. They're absolutely running me. And so I had ignored them pretty much for the majority of my life, and in my younger years, I tried to talk to some of my peers about it. And they just you know, Knicks noy. No, listen message. I got and so I kept trying to tuck it away and tuck it away and tuck it away even with my own history in my family. And then I began hearing about these experiences from the clients I was working with. And so that's when I started really investigating this stuff. And started, you know, researching accounts from all around the world, but I'm still pretty chicken about going public with it. And so my first batches of books before the ones that you mentioned and didn't have anything to do with departing visions, Elizabeth Kubler Ross who wrote the first, you know, modern day book on death and dying. She and Raymond moody kind of paved the way they did. But you know, that she had in that book. She had a whole chapter devoted to children's departing visions should set at the bedside up children and listen to them and write down their accounts. Well, she was told by our publisher not to put that in that book because she would lose credibility. And that's the way it was just maybe twenty years ago for people who were just investigating this stuff. Well, when it hits home in your own kids starts talking to you about seeing guide. That's have has come to take grandpa away. And they described this guide, and they feel very natural and safe. And like, why am I so stupid? Why don't I realized then I really re I had to do something. I really did. And so I had to take a look at how I really didn't have any development myself. None now your audience needs to know. I don't have a shingle hung out saying medium, medium large do readings for you. You don't do that. Yeah. I'll do it for friends and family, but in I just sometimes. The deceased will show up in my work. I'm working with a client. But the Texas licensing board would definitely yank my licenses if I started out in that capacity, but I really had to start taking a look at here. All these people who come to me. And I'm the first person who here's their account. Whether it's a dinner party or it's a rock concert. That's a family gathering. It's it's like at least every other day somebody is approaching me and saying I heard through the grapevine that, you know, something about this. And I haven't told anybody anything about how my mother was preparing to pass. And how all of a sudden she said the whole family that was on the other side was here. And she got mad at me because I wasn't creating a party for everybody. And all the relatives who were on this side heard this from her witness the same thing and looked at each other and said what on earth is she talking about? And of course, she retreated to the language of her origin. Also when she was talking, but I received contact from several of her children about this. So they have this sort of information Holly. He would style on television or in movies, and some of it is pretty inaccurate the way they present it, but and there are some people out there who they have some fame, and they have some acknowledged meant and people have heard of them before and they will say a few things, but it's not common cocktail party talk. And so people when they first witnessed this with a loved one it usually scares them. But for me, I was so seeing things seeing things hearing things and smelling things, and I finally decided that I really needed to do something about this. So I went out to Arthur Findlay college a bunch of times, which is a college outside of London it since Stanstead, and it is a wonderful place. I mean, it's a good place to go get right-sized. If one has these sorts of experiences. And doesn't know what to do with them. They know they understand it. They understand it. And so I got a mentor after a number of visitations there. And then went to Turkey England, which is on the coast. I think it's on the east side Lower East Side on the coast and went out there and met a number of wonderful English individuals who were like me, but they were so much more progress. There was so natural with it. And you know, they did little mini readings in their tea rooms with tea and biscuits. Just wonderful. I love them. And so I did that for a number of years. And so today, I still have a mentor because I have a lot to learn and some of the things that come up for me they actually there, and they really I. Get kind of overwhelmed still sometimes with some of the things that spirit pushes forward. And so for anybody out there who feels like they have sensitivities there are more than welcome to get in contact with me, and I can direct them towards some information that might help them out a little bit. Are you are convinced beyond the shadow of a doubt that the other side exists, and there's something very different about a dark show. Definitely, absolutely. There was a woman who came to see me and actually she and two others came. And I think they were unity ministers if I remember correctly. Human life. Many people who were alive you're talking about. Sometimes I get confused or. But they came over and one woman really wanted to talk to me, and suddenly I had this feeling of a loved one of hers being shot in the chest. And. Had a sense that it was her son. And so I said something to or about this. And she said, yes, that was my son. And so those sorts of experiences for me are things that I need to debrief with my mentor, still, and I think that it's kind of like, I believe most people should have somebody special that they can go to when they have questions about life that they don't have the answers to..
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Thomas Markle Accuses Meghan Markle and Royal Family of Cutting Him Off
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"california state university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Dot com slash medved that's blinds dot com slash medvid rules and restrictions apply i asked the question before how does any of this discussion about the value of college impact policy what is completely necessary is a total rejection of the bernie sanders and yes barack obama line which is that everyone should go to college that's not true it simply is not true everyone in america should be prepared to work and college only occasionally prepares people to work i think that everybody should learn you should learn the basics of civics basic american history in high school and it's great that supplemented in college but the idea that the colleges for everybody is nonsensical and the worst aspect of this whole story is the literally millions of people who go into bed to go a couple of years to college well completing it because i i mentioned before this is according to all of the studies is kind of the worst thing that can happen to you because you have the debt with none of the benefit and why because somebody looking at a resume says i see here's somebody who did two years at california state university fullerton but she didn't complete her degree.
"california state university" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The california state university comma fresno boy does she liked to write well last night after we all learned the very sad news that former first lady barbara bush arguably one of the most grandmotherly grandma's we've ever seen ever in the white house ever and probably one of the nicest people in the american public seen you may not have liked your politics you may not have liked her family which she was a nice lady and she lived with her huts she found her husband early on they've been married for what seventy three years something i mean well rhonda gerard professor at the fresno state department of english expressed her displeasure in this tweet last night about five thirty barbara bush was a generous and smart an amazing racist who along with her husband raised a war criminal f outta here she says the right word f outta here with your nice words now that tweet alone is terrible taste right but then you find out that this tweet is written by somebody who teaches at one of our california public universities and you're horrified right i mean just the f word alone and then you know the barbara bush statement the whole bit distasteful shannon weekday mornings at ten kfi am six forty more stimulating talk cocoa right out there to bend to get in foothill on your mind now that's exactly right they have three great breakfast there and the best one is sausage bacon and potatoes have you beat that with little toast.
"california state university" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The california state university system show that nearly two forty two percent forty two percent of cal state students have gone hungry and more than half our food insecure kcbs cbs's scotla teary reports on a programme it as half state got some carrots here and there all in all of these lovely low you know industrial lovely tins how off become i come every week eighteenyearold courtney's a freshman studying early childhood development she knows that in order to perform and class she must be wellnourished but more times than not she can't afford the basics adherents have insists skull where i found that stuff a bit pricey and so she clothes and feed like devos extreme courtney is one of about one hundred fifty students that lineup every monday at sf state were horace montgomery and his team of volunteers distribute thousands of pounds of food to students there's always a fresh protein and they squash here look very fresh where do you get all this brought it all this produce from the esaf marin food bank when we came on campus a year and a half ago just to hand out fresh produce we handed out in 22 minutes tina rene gonzales with the san francisco marin foodbanks as horse got the ball rolling course being a part of this as he had since inc was able with his 501 c3 connect with us fill out the application find the spot and have a just a ton of volunteers and the collaboration became flawless japan for you also provides transportation take a show is does the loop take you all around campus oh the arms library in san francisco scotland teary kcbs a new study examining the nation fifty years after the release of the landmark 1968 kerner report said barriers to equality are posing threats to democracy in the us as the country remains segregated along racial lines and child poverty worsens the report blames us policymakers and elected officials and it says they're not doing enough to heed the warning on deepening poverty and inequality as highlighted by the kerner commission oakland international and the tsa or setting up a temporary processing center so that flyers can sign up for the pre check program hey jeffrey schaub reports it even though it's a temporary location travelers showed up by the.
"california state university" Discussed on New Player Has Joined
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"california state university" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast
"The church how can you back that up theologically morally how can you back that statement on why can't i can't back that ups theologically i'm not a theologian but i'll say this i i was a little tongueincheek there are said does does god want this i think god wants uh uh he wants to see america turn it wants to see america um repentance wants to see america grow stronger in every aspect i believe that this country and you know this as well as i do bill based on the books that you've written i believe that the constitution was written with a hand of god and i believe god's hand a blessing stolen this country black lives matter has announced its christmas plans uh all right a woman named molina abdulah teaches at california state university she's a professor they're in los angeles and she has defined black exmiss not christmas exmiss here's her quote we say white capitalism because it's important that we understand that the economic system in the racial structures are connected we have to not only disrupt the systems of policing that literally kill our people but we have to disrupt the white supremacists capitalistic patrie goal hetrel normative system that is really the root cause of these police killings so please withhold dollars from white capitalism and use resources for the black community instead of spending donate to black organizations do not spend money this exmiss season on white corporations donald trump in bodies white capitalism if you are anti trump you should hold back your resources from him and the like this is what the black lives matter website says okay that are racist i think it is if you were a senator and you may be some day doctor.
"california state university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Finest woman i've ever met in my life again first thing janet did after we got married which she adopted those little boys fulfilling tree in his last wish that her babies not go through life without a mommy and then we decided to do something really bright we thought sixteen seventeen years ago knows have more children it's worked out locally and i'm honored to tell you that we had more boys out four boys from thirty four years old all the way down to my daddy's youngest grandson whose here with me this weekend josh will rigsby sitting on the front row right there i one a story this is folks not your ordinary commencement speech i would have remembered this one son you keep standing remember denzel washington for forward his great commencement speech fall forward dr be makes this final point and it's more cillian than any of his previous words and again this is a commencement speech at california state university maritime and dr rick rigs these lessons from our third grade dropout is well it's a book about his dad let's take a listen let me take you back to two days before trina died no here because a chemotherapy cadets a tell me pooped out because of a liberal no longer working she wait about seventy five pounds i'm in the kitchen so i can keep an eye on her in the family room she surrounded by pillows are they in youngest son andrew walks up with a shirt that he wants mommy to fall and this is what i hear from china mom not always be help you she was saying goodbye and i was so luyt i waited for andrew to leave and a walkover.