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Michele Tafoya Promotes Her New Podcast 'Sideline Sanity'
"Michelle to foia to the Salem team, Michelle, your new podcast sideline sanity. It started this week. It's a big hit. Whenever I was talking about it last night out here in Camarillo. Oh, that's so nice to hear. I'm so excited to be doing this. This is what I've wanted to do for several years now. It's just talk to people about really important stuff. Stuff that needs to be tackled, no pun intended. And this is just something I couldn't do until I sort of went off on my own, you know?
"camarillo" Discussed on RPG Lessons Learned
"To do success eduardo. Any success to are you both realize this is a perfect room to walk into an have one glance around and be assured that there are no bugs. There's no one over here. There's no one out of the room listening event and if you around a crowd of vampires who were constantly paranoid and you don't trust technology who were from a previous time necessary completely bare stone walls and a stone ceiling in a stone floor with no holes of any kind in it except for the door and literally one wire on a light fixture or a libel or what you need to let them walk into a room and feel like they're not being listened to listen i security door and it was It was insulated. Okay let's get weather stripping around to close degree soundproof and security. I mean it's one of those heavy metal doors where it's like two sheets of sheet metal Honest i it's it heavy security door up to between genetic the door. Wow okay doing. What door about jackson notice that. I'm gonna rule attacked us. Notice that he thinks that he is in good with you. Guys eat rocks knowledge bombs on you. Oh no no. I'm sure he is just protecting my interest as well fair enough. That's that's cold. Cold water vampire. I'm i'm a little taken aback in the room. Jack turns to uni says by now you have to realize that your special yep no one else no one else can create so many other vampires in once and absorbed so many skills and abilities take on so much of the blood. It only makes sense if you are a very low generation a couple of steps or one step removed from kane himself for you to drain so many vampires so fast and grow so much you have to be something different goal if we are the children of cain. What does that mean for us. As far as the as far as roma's concerned. I honestly don't know how the camarillo will react to the news. I don't make you second-generation vampires that makes you the boogeyman. Everyone's waiting for the antediluvian to wake up and start. Gonna no vampire will trust you. They'll all think that you look on them. The way they look on humans is wrong. No no but the camarilla won't hold a candle to what the bobble think go on. The whole philosophy of the spot is the cane is real. Antediluvian are real and they're really coming prep resistant mid-nineties. Do we had that work yet. Your two thousand no occasionally took off. But that's what i need. So he he won't use to represent you know those humans dig bunkers waked nuclear fallout and have all that canned food. Yeah the survivor or sort of like that. They've always believed this conspiracy theory and they think that every other kindred is foolish for not preparing for gehenna the subodh exist to hunt down and kill antediluvian before they kill us. So you're saying that the sabado large bumper networks while gathered together in one place symbolic work like terrorists. They're organized into cells there specifically designed to be anti into everything about makes hard to kill. You recommend we do. I'm honestly not worried about the two of you. I'm worried about what the two of you mean. If cain is going around creating a whole new second generation after millennia of not doing that. I wonder if can handle really is upon us. People call them post-mortems evaluations appraisals reviews. Retrospectives we call them lessons. Learned and we're sharing ours with you..
"camarillo" Discussed on Elev8 Podcast
"So if i had waited if i had pushed for my money if i had said this isn't enough i want more and then i tore my pie would have been in in my career. But because i had signed a contract they were invested had time to recuperate and get back on the field so the lesson was you know what enough is enough. Don't be greedy. Because if i'd have been greedy. Push for more i. My whole life would have changed sure. Great lessons Tell us about what you do now. You are work with student athletes. Tell us a little bit about your role at in san diego down there and what. You're kind of your day to day is what you help. Student athletes with. Yeah so I work at the university of san diego athletic department. My title is coordinator of scholar athlete development. Which is just a fancy title. So i do. I do a few different things. i Help freshman first year students transition to becoming a student athlete at usc. And the general academic counseling. Making sure students are working towards graduation taking stuff. They're interested in learning In trying not to interfere with their sport as much as possible and then also creative elements of helping students at our level of athletics. Not very many people are gonna go play pro and so i need to help. Prepare them for life So trying to get him about jobs in prepared for those jobs It's it's fun to be part of a student athletes journey in helping them prepare for the next step. It's cool to see the growth on ground there One thing about that student athlete experience. I'm sure you know sitting in your role. You got to hear a lot of the pains in emotional things in tolls that sometimes aren't displayed on game. Day as you get to know kids if you could wave a magic wand and change one thing about the student athlete experience. What would it be great question. There'd be a lot of things that have changed But you know i. Based on my experience alone i i played football at stanford and Should this was almost twenty years ago from two thousand to two thousand and five in. They were way ahead of the game. As far as creative element in almost every student had a summer job into they would try to find you. Internships jobs related to what you wanted to do. So i was in engineering student. I had three summers of engineering internships in that was an invaluable experience in. You could laugh at me. Because i'm not an engineer now but what it did is it. Taught me about careers at tommy about careers in engineer. Game me valuable experience that One if i hadn't played professional football. I would've been one hundred percent ready for a job but it also helped develop my identity outside of being a football player so when i did graduate if football wasn't going to work out. I know that greg the engineer was going to be okay. As opposed to being greg. The football players done with the hell. Do i do next. I would love for every student athletes. That's interested to have an opportunity like that to gain those important experiences. That's was that's really gonna help a student transition to life after sportscenter. You got a degree. I think in product design graphic design. Yeah what what correlation do you see or do you take from maybe product designed to helping kids career design that kind of thing. What is there some. Yeah some things that i mean. It's a different element of engineering and human dateable. I'll man. I've never been asked that. So how to design. You're taking your basic mechanical engineering knowledge in creating a product based on that. So you.
"camarillo" Discussed on Elev8 Podcast
"Because his son david lawson was my team mate in college And james went to stanford so he always liked to look out for stanford guys he was able to watch the film of his son of therefore i was on the film as well But his one of his greatest teaching points was the preparation in study for just for practice but for games as well and so he had a vincent. Jackson was a rookie with me as well in he had us. That gave us assignments on going home in drawing up place. Normally you just sit in meetings. You know you go over the place you go home. They say studied but they don't ever like tell you how to study so he gave us specific ways on how to study in what that did is it just reinforced. The importance of preparation like drilled. Home the place so as a backup wide receiver. I needed to know all receiver spots. If i knew tied in with the running backs were doing. There was even more opportunity to hit the field and so i learned the value of putting in extra work studying having proper studying techniques. Because you're gonna there's going to be an opportunity if you know more you're going to have more opportunities and that was super helpful in my life in the first several years of my of my pro career because as a backup anytime someone was hurt even in practice. They need some for one. Play no problem. I've been studying. I know exactly what to do. Throw me out there Kind of how my career rent. I got opportunities because of that so that was a huge huge lesson directly from a coach that us with with do naturally switch will talk about as well in the other. One was lessening greed and my contract so only once did i ever negotiate a contract because i was a undrafted guy was just minimum contracts in into miami. After starting for a year they wanted to a contract extension which i was ecstatic about In so they gone back and forth with my agent trying to find the right numbers and In practice in miami was hard in the got to the point told my agent. Like wrap this up before i get hurt. Some you know. They're kicking our asses. Something might happen is on like it was. I wanna say thursday. I just told him. Or maybe i told them on wednesday. I was like look man. Let's wrap this thing up. These numbers are good enough. And so the next day on thursday He gives me a call contract ready. Go sign it. I go sign a contract and it was a you know. It's not the same contracts that you have now three years six million dollars but that was elevators to get there. But i mean still life life changing money in any way you look at it And i sign a contract. One of the greatest days in my life That's a thursday. I get ready for game on friday. You know saturdays nice and easy. We play the patriots on sunday. Go out there score a touchdown i feel like all of my hard work has culminated in a contract in an escort touchdown to prove that. I'm actually worth the money. They're giving me in a few moments later. I tear my seal.
"camarillo" Discussed on Elev8 Podcast
"I learned something. I didn't realize before With you're at miami. You were traded to the vikings for one of my former teammates that i played in the secondary with college. Benny sapp world small world. What is it. Like to traded in the nfl. When there's a new team new city go that you nailed it. That's exactly that's exactly what it is so You know going into my fourth year in miami. I'm in training camp. I just come off a groin injury in that regime It was pretty much like if you get injured. You're you're going to be sent packing So i got healthy and like literally like a day or two later. A meeting so ten. Am get a tap on my shoulder. Hey the gm be normally. They finished that with. Bring your playbook you know. But they didn't say that so i left. I left all my stuff in the meeting. And so i was. I was not thinking. I was getting cut just because they you know they wanna make sure you bring your stuffing in towns when you could cut eyler window right so i walk into the meetings. The gm says. Hey greg do you know why you're here. Hell no. I don't know why you're me strategy to minnesota and this ten. Am right so a few things pop into my head. Warren is you know. I've got a my now wife was my fiance at that point. It got She's in florida. Got a house. Florida dog in florida. she had just started graduate school monday. This was happening on a wednesday and it was like my whole. Life's getting flipped upside down And then the second thing to pop in my mind. Because i was undrafted. You never really know like your your draft worth should wanted to know what i was traded for like what what had i become around or a fourth round. Know what what was it. I was super eager to find that out of but so you can trade at ten. Am and they say. Hey greg your flights to so you literally have four hours say. you're farewells. Pack up get the gear. You need get close from home I decided i need a haircut. Because i got a good to my new team in so if it was a whirlwind it it through my life upside down Ios uncomfortable in minnesota for a while. Just 'cause i was the new guy everyone had already been established a but ultimately you know they they they pay you well. You're going to a new opportunity. You just grow with it The way the trade workouts traded for. Benny sapp never got to find out my true worth as a draft. Pick another free agent in the. He ended up coming back to minnesota Later that year the next year Got a chance to play with him as well As you note lot of energy lot of words when help words it was. It was a wild transition but you know ended up. I want to go. I got to see new city play with brett farr just a not. It worked out all right so In your crew was a greatest lesson or something. A coach or teammate taught you that kind of sticks out that maybe you even in your conversations. We'll get into what you do now next but Yeah maybe you share with others yeah Kind kinda to one directly from a person in another one from from situation So my the coach. Who was responsible for giving me a shot in the nfl as james lawson in a hall of fame wide receiver who was receivers coach for the chargers. He's the one who offered me a chance to try out. And it was..
"camarillo" Discussed on Elev8 Podcast
"I'm doing well excited to chat with you. Excellent i'm excited to have you on You have an interesting. I think very cool story. You actually walked on at stanford as a punter and became an nfl wide receiver. Can you tell us a little bit about that evolution in journey. Yeah so You know a lot of doors in my life opened up one because academics into because of the the people in my life So i was able to to get into stanford Because i did well at school. And then through. A couple of connections got a meeting with the stanford coach tyron willingham and he offered me a chance to walk on as a receiver. Slashed punter Which you know. I guess some can think oh man. He's great at both positions. Let's try it was. It was the opposite. I was mediocre both positions. They figure out why why not give dry. So my first job at stanford was The punt block dummy in anytime. You're wasn't a official title but anytime you're a title has the word dummying. You're probably not not the not the greatest asset. So i would just punt a ball for guys to to practice blocking punts in what that ended up was Guys just running into me nonstop so it was. It was humbling but it was my first lesson in. You need to do whatever coaches ask you to do To prove that you want to be on his team very cool Is there a moment in ecology. Nfl career that you're you're most proud of yeah So in college A scholarship spent two years as as a walk on We're coaching change. Which kind of gave me a fresh start And i improved a lot. You know getting a chance to play against a lot of high quality guys. It's going into my third year. I was given a scholarship You know i i. It's funny you normally see the videos now on twitter as someone offers. You coach says this guy's on scholarship. Everyone goes nuts I'd spoken to a reporter. That had found out basically likely accidentally leaked it to me that i was getting a scholarship in it did not add up right away and then i was like wait. A second in the coach told me at practice That was a great achievement because as a walk on treated well but mentally. I felt different than everyone else. You know. if you're in that moment. I felt like i hit earned my way onto college football team which was great. You know worked hard to get there. It was very satisfying to see that work turn into a scholarship in the pros. A similar journey. I was undrafted. Went to trial with the chargers got brought back to camp from practice squad that year to plan special teams to finally My final year in san diego was cut because they drafted receivers went to miami where i played special teams pretty much only for a year in the next year became a starting wide receiver in my old team. The chargers came to town picture. Right there right a listening to the audio a picture. Minute is The chargers came to town. So i've had gone from getting cut to becoming a starting receiver playing against all my friends all my old teammates. All mild coaches scored a touchdown had a man. I say four or five or six catches anyway. I contributed to our team beating my old team in his showed a lot of progress in my career and it was just a For me to feel like i again had progress in. I had earned my way onto the nfl sealed bay cool. I love it No as Doing a little research on you as well..
"camarillo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
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"camarillo" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Cal Fire operations chief Nick Brown says the fires burning near the north side of Lake Berryessa bill in the city of Napa. If we get winds like we did earlier in the week And there would be a significant quick, rapid impact to the cities and communities I just spoke about. The fire is now 15% contained. A lot of evacuation orders remain in place A school that's one of more than 30 Reopening, an Orange County says about 100 families have chosen to stick with online learning for now. ST John's Lutheran School in Orange Principal Jake Hallet says the online learners made it easier to adjust for distancing so nearly 600 students can start in person learning Monday morning. We've not had to implement any hybrids schedules. He says parents were very excited to hear kids could get back on campus are teachers were also excited. They've also realized the gravity of getting kids back on campus after online learning for a weak health officials in the county say all schools could reopen September 6th if people wear masks to keep Cove in 19 case rates understate thresholds in Orange County, Corbin Carson KO Phi News. The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office has arrested 33 people in what it calls the biggest drug putt bust in county history, Sheriff Bill Bowen says more than £3100 of methamphetamine. Dean has been seized after a 40 ft panga boat that had been tracked from Mexico was intercepted at Arroyo. Kameda Beach in Goleta, and a bear has walked into a safe way in the Lake Tahoe area. And no, this is not a joke set up. The bear walked right through the front doors on Thursday and King's Beach. It wandered around inside for a while it grabbed a bag of tortilla chips in its mouth. And then stroll back out. Woman caught it all on video and has posted it on Facebook. Gotta crash in Carson on the 1 10 1 10 freeway that is going to be the north bound side there at the 91 crash with an overturned SUV and a big rig over the side. You're going to be on the brakes back from the four or five Try and get to Newbury Park. Big mess there on the 101 South bound before Wendy Drive car fire in the two right lanes and also part of the hillside there on fire Because of that car, fire traffic stop from Camarillo Springs Road. Watch out for that also. Ah, lot of work going on right now. If you are trying to get through Glendora to 10 Freeway westbound between Sunflower Grand two right lanes closed until 11 a.m.. The crash involving a car that apparently the highway Patrol vehicle I five South bound. This is right near Griffith Park at Colorado Street. CCTV on the scene with that one more for you. Big mess involving two separate crashes. I five South. Found s Cesar Chavez in Boyle Heights deify and the sky helps get you there faster. I will Kohlschreiber. Hey, it's Wayne from the bill handles show And if you owe more than $25,000 to the I R s, you're lucky to be hearing me right now. I know a few people at the IRS from my 28 years with the feds, and I talked to one of them the other day. If you think the pandemic is slowing them down, you're wrong. They're at it like gangbusters. That's why you need to get victory. Tax lawyers on your side right now. Call 8666 40 06 40..
"camarillo" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"camarillo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Military division Camarillo is currently operating at the highest CDC alert level for the virus mostly due to the outbreak at the Tyson foods plant there is a challenge in the panhandle because of the either a or several meat packing plants up there this led to a high level of corona virus spread Chris fox news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. R. the governor of the press conference scheduled for this afternoon at two o'clock the latest local covert nineteen case count shows two thousand four hundred and eighty cases and bear county the total includes thirty one new cases that were reported Tuesday with no new deaths the county's death toll remains at sixty nine there are eighty seven patients in the hospital and so far nearly thirteen hundred patients are more than fifty two percent have recovered a growing number of Texas businesses are re opening and that has brought fears of a second spiking co that nineteen cases small armies of contact tracers are now working to limit exposure and San Antonio chief epidemiologist Rita Espinoza says they work with people who test positive to find out where they have visited in who they may have come into contact with the deadly have another team that way notify those individuals and make them aware of that that possible exposure and she says that they're able to reach out quickly and get people in quarantine it will prevent a second spike in cases with years of code nineteen keeping a lot of people indoors more people are realizing they don't exactly love the space there and home sales are not being slowed by the corona virus pandemic nationwide valuations increased four and a half percent in March in Texas it's higher Kim Bragman who heads the San Antonio board of realtors says home buying is increasing because well people are getting bored so they're looking stuff up on their computers our public safety website variance and increase in traffic over the last month and a half she says most of the home sales are being spurred the by low interest rates I'm Beth Myers news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I'd as SpaceX and NASA await their shot at history NASA's tweeting about the importance of today noting that it's not only a big day for our teams is a big day for our country and just a matter of hours two American astronauts will launch to the international space station from U. S. soil for the first time in almost a decade they'll be inside a SpaceX crew dragon capsule sent into orbit by a falcon nine rocket president trump will be on hand for the event but cobit nineteen fears mean the Kennedy Space Center will be closed to visitors he can catch the launch on NASA TV Twitter YouTube and Facebook at.
"camarillo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Now more from Roger Rowley Camarillo we've got it I got it hello more for him for example thanks for you know we were talking during the break of about what we got for Democrats now in the running well it's big we got we got we got three Democrats when they get in a job press and in Bloomberg what do you it sure it got bent and but you know we're now the way do you happen to think that up to five Biden gets elected he's gonna point hunter hunter is going to be as well as your address is from which we're certain that he was in a safe retirement solutions radio on rubber rally here with Clyde Alan wake up in our national debt is really getting scared of someone like Bernie Sanders a communist get selected lockout because guess what if he's gonna give everybody free stuff where is he going to get the money he's going to have to take it from the people that the money and that's why don't they won't work because eventually you run out of money well you and I know that you know burning heat they smarter than all the other surgeons in the world or communists in the world but anyway what the what me what they have to happen to Philly gonna get taxed so really what should what should you do somewhere between point a when you start saving money your four oh one K. plan what that seems like a really great idea and point B. when you start withdrawing the money from your four oh one K. plan when it starts in like a really bad idea because of the taxes you may want to move that money from a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA to Roth conversions realizing that you have to pay the tax bill on the amount you're converting and we can help you with that sure can help you know or or you can move it into a specially designed cash value life insurance plan that that works very similarly to to a Roth you can provide a tax free death benefit and also allows you to access to your cash tax free tax free and unlike a Roth the there's no waiting period no there's no maximum contributions so you can put put the can really stretch a lot of money into these cash value life insurance policies started cash value life insurance policy and a Roth account as soon as you possibly can you know you may pay a little extra taxes today but you will eliminate every problem that we're talking about here any future distributions from those accounts will be tax free instead of taxable also they won't count against your social security capital gains tax calculations the way they do when you're in a traditional are ready anymore before he wanted to force distributions from either of those options there's no required minimum distribution from a cash value life insurance policy or write the Roth IRA you'll have tax free money now to leave behind for your surviving spouse your children grandchildren or other beneficiaries you know and and then you should be immunized against any actions Congress might take to increase the government's share your same yeah that's right these things have been set up to be tax free right they want to get an agreement signed a contract with even every department here's the hits the thing to think about with all of your accounts you can pay taxes now or you can pay taxes later but your taxes will be paid so talk to a financial adviser tax professional about what that's gonna look like for you and your family down the road in retirement that's how we can help you with and be prepared to make some moves to make some changes as you transition towards retirement and into retirement by the way would you like to get your own personalized one track retirement review maybe get a second opinion really it's I think it's really important very important removes a gray area wondering how to make.
Rain Brings New Worries To Burned Areas In Australia
"Rain in the forecast for the east coast of Australia. And that's good news for firefighters still fighting blazes near some of the country's largest cities but ran after after fires can also create problems can even be dangerous and Beers Rebecca Hersher. Has This report when I called pattern. I'm in this week. He was in Melbourne walking outside. And I could hear the wind through the phone for smokey. We are expecting thunderstorms says a lot. More Humid Nyman is a forest hydrologist. He studies is how drought and wildfires can affect drinking water supplies and while the rain in the Australian forecast is a good thing. The thunderstorms worry. Him Is this a lot of Raines. Spread out over six months. That's a good outcome if there are short. Intense bursts of rainfall made through thunderstorms. Those are the ones that are problematic. Nick problematic because thunderstorms are more likely to drop a lot of rain in a short amount of time and areas. That burned can't absorb a lot of water for a couple of reasons. I wildfire removes vegetation which means that. The rainfall hits the soil directly. Second the vile fire heats the soil which causes something called water-repellent exellency or hydrophobia city. Which means that doesn't absorb into the soil so most of the rain becomes surface runoff. That runoff can sweep the soil and ash downhill hill and into streams and lakes. If a lot of sediment gets into reservoirs. The water gets really cloudy. And it can't be sterilized which means people can't drink it right now. The biggest drinking water concerns or for the areas around Canberra and Sydney water officials of setup filters at the reservoir that provides Sydney with the majority of its water to trap sediment and intense rain after fires can also be dangerous. A prime example. I'm and says is what's happened in California in recent years John. McNeil is the assistant. Didn't fire chief for Ventura County California. An area that has a similar landscape to many of the places that are burning in Australia in two thousand thirteen. A wildfire started in the hills there. Yeah it was called. The Springs Fire Wind caused the fire to burn hot and fast removing most of the vegetation and leaving the soil. Hard and Ashi at the base of the burnt hills were about two to three hundred homes. There's a small kind of retirement. Enclave of single family dwellings below the area that burn and year after the fire. There was a rainstorm voluntary. Evacuations tonight in Camarillo for people living near the hillside burn. Last year spring fire. The rain fell on hard soil. There were no plans to hold the dirt in place. Mud and rocks came loose and sped downhill the high impact areas it just completely leveled leveled the homes there would be some walls standing and then it was just completely sheared off from the debris and pretty sizeable rocks. That were coming down. Luckily people had evacuated evacuated in time. No one was killed. The risk of debris flows is rising in parts of California and Australia because of climate change and because of housing development relevant patterns. Hotter weather is drying out plants and soil exacerbating drought in making intense wildfires. More likely people are also building homes and and wildfire prone areas and as the earth gets hotter extreme. Rain is getting more common in Australia. The forest hydrologist Petr Nyman has found that debris flows are already getting more frequent and severe in the southeastern part of the country. That's where this year's fires are burning. The rainfall over the next six six months is going to be critical if there's a storm than they might be really widespread issues across the whole east coast of Australia. All of this requires a quick period habit for emergency officials from fighting the fires to protecting homes and water supplies from the quenching rains. Rebecca Hersher N._p._R. News.
California man arrested for videos that appear to show mass shooting dry run
"So god is I'm not I don't quite understand how the the guy in it in Camarillo got caught but anyway guy in San Diego parmi cough but nobody leaves as confident they're barely losing his mind and tipsters called authorities when they found that he had uploaded videos of him with an arsenal in a hotel in downtown San Diego seemingly practicing for measuring this morning the suspect police say posted videos of himself carrying out what they call a rehearsal of the terrorists mass shooting in downtown San Diego is under arrest according to court documents the chilling images show a man inside a room at the Sofia hotel repeatedly aiming and pretending to shoot people the man identified by investigators as thirty year old Steven home Okey is seen changing out magazines and guns the video showing at least to a soul style rifles and ammunition scattered on the floor it sounds like Stephen paddock in Las Vegas a couple of years ago and so that's why it's so alarming when people see this they think we're gonna have to re live Las Vegas is this guy actually is this a dry run for him the videos were posted in September but according to the search warrant the FBI didn't learn about them into more than two months later from an anonymous tip the tipster said the suspect had gone off the deep end reporting fears that he is planning something and concerns if confronted wall at home he will open fire on federal agents or police when she did not they did a hard knock at five AM kick the door and the guy didn't put up a fight but it is you know considering that you would go to the trouble of is why I think this is a very credible threat this is not like some guy they pulled over and they found a couple rifles in his trunk and good for the tipster yeah yeah because this guy spent money at the Sofia took the weapons there you know and clearly what he's doing is sort of running through how would I do this and he gets up there they're all laid out on the couch right by the window and he sweeping outside the window at people walking buying things I guess I did not buy this game is crazy that's a pretty high and hotel is now yeah and what four star hotel and I'm assuming there was some of that maybe if he was planning was planning of some event up some upcoming events whether be a crowd of people or something but but I I think credibly you could say that that I copy cat Las Vegas was
"camarillo" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Phone number here if you want to jump on board and that's the number that Diana called from Camarillo California hello Diana hi Jerry this is your question for you I drive up at a fifteen year old are X. three thirty Lexus when happy with it all these years just put in a new starter yesterday and four new tires yeah it runs fine except for the steering wheel no longer comes forward the motors out nobody seems to have one of those but I've been contemplating whether I might move on to another newer car my neighbor's hot after this particular cars on might be able to sell this one to him but I've been looking only at the because I've driven some in the past a new are ex or move on to the Subaru forester a friend of mine has one and it seems to be very nice and he gets very high marks right you wondering how many miles are on your fifteen year old are ex modern ten okay wow that's low L. yeah I did hello huh I don't want to there's a lot of factors when your news which is a they're in our X. three fifty verses server Forster both of got a Lotta attributes but they're very very different hi I worry that once you get used to Alexis the ride to the server is going to be a little bit rougher part of that's because it's all wheel drive out of this just wait I mean it just is not as heavy vehicle is is the Lexus but at that same time you're talking about a tremendous amount of money difference as well so we're talking about twenty five thousand dollars difference between the loaded to bring a loved our acts you know no more miles than you drive if you go with Alexis I would eat it if you're not gonna listen sounds like you keep a car for a long time so leasing is not something I would recommend for you but I would recommend looking at our certified pre owned if you look at the Lexus warranty that comes with a Lexus certified pre owned vehicle it's it's expensive and if it goes for a long time and that's gonna put then you're just gonna make your choice a little bit easier and the reason for that is a new Forster versus a certified three year old Lexus with low miles the price difference is going to be that great so then you can just concentrate on which one you like the best either one would serve you well I got dealer for both.
"camarillo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And two women of south Asian ancestry Ted cannot as a witch from Camarillo California is also the child of an immigrant but his dad was born in Poland and when he hears stories of people who been told to go back somewhere he thinks how fortunate he was we have the benefit of being white and all we had is kind of our last name which is a mouthful and difficult to pronounce that's the only thing that's really saying like Hey you are foreign we're just Polish so you just get the Polish jokes and things like that in the current environment he's learned what it means to have white privilege I'm allowed to get in trouble be a bad citizen I'm allowed to do all of these things and this is still my home for the others if these incidents have not left ours they have left memories and they were call how they learn to deal with them here's on Julie up at Daria who had the encounter in a grocery store with their mom since we've been back to that grocery store many times since then when we go will make a joke about it now I talked to her last on the phone we kind of joked about it a little bit she laughed I laughed just as a coping mechanism for these things that happen but it doesn't take away the sting at the end of the day for a bra only sh the incident in their eighth grade civics class was just one of many as a Muslim woman who wears a his job she is grown accustomed to hostile encounters from an early age he was always preparing for the next installed and how to respond what's the smartest most compassionate thing I can say to someone who says go back to your country how to respond and so this kid in particular I said well why don't you go back to yours we are a nation of immigrants right there was a somewhere down the line the lineage of where he came from an inmate disarm them if we were to better our society we have to think of ways that almost hack of the hate or re frame the conversation only she's not running for a seat on our local school board and preparing for law school Tom gjelten NPR news how did a group of teenage girls sold the nuclear standoff with North Korea unique wargaming exercise designed by women allows girls to be powerful generals for a day is NPR's Hana alarm reports on a lamb reports it's part of a wider effort to boost women's participation and national security armor or missing on a recent morning fifteen teenage girls and young women cluster around maps of North Korea in an office overlooking the Pentagon says say you were to denuclearize North Korea can't they just make more the teams are here through a nonprofit called girl security this is the first time in the world of wargaming military commanders use war games to test strategies and likely consequences think of it as a choose your own adventure exercise to find the best course of action the North Korea scenario comes from women wargamers at the rand corporation the defense think tank they call themselves the dams of war games and one of them Stacey Pettijohn lays out the dire but fictional scenario the girls will face today is July eighth twenty twenty axe sometime in the not so distant future an open conflict is broken out on the Korean peninsula what petty John describes as the Pentagon's nightmare scenario talks have collapsed after a series of deadly **** for tat escalations two nuclear powers are on the brink of war this is where I want you to stop being you're you're going to have to start to role play here half of them are assigned to the blue team the joint command of the United States and South Korea the rest go to the red team they'll play north Korean leaders trying to stay in power both sides get right down to strategy first up the American group we do missiles offer the conventional attack for calling and your children but I don't know but then we're going to use our air power to fake out and to support the ground on the other side the north Korean red team they're plotting sneak attack to cut off US allied forces at the south Korean border what is it like a small chemical weapon since they could not read any further okay I mean that would just make them and immobile it would be a fairly assertive so little all of this is a lesson in asymmetric warfare Jenny Oberholtzer one of the game designers says it makes sense that the girls are good at this I can't imagine a better training for thinking about trying to win an unfair fight when things are stacked against you then being a teenager when Oberholtzer got into war gaming in her early twenties she loved being on the red team the enemy team trying to beat super powers who had more weapons money an ally I wasn't really today colonel had that big army on my side I was the little girl running through playing things up see what this button would do in trying to figure out how to sneak past him and went because that's how I had to think just stick get through the lunch line by now the teens who started the exercise with basic questions are discussing civilian casualties and international treaties they're also learning that power even imaginary power can be intoxicating I'm loving it that's eighteen year old rose Kelly from Maryland hi his prized myself in just how easy it is been to hit the proverbial button it's been a really really easy for a couple of the young women there was a personal dimension to the game on the red team crystal Leigh I'm currently eighteen years old I'm from Fairfax Virginia and I'm a recent high school graduate she has family ties to the country the people that her team is targeting it's not lost on her that for many on the peninsula this is not.
"camarillo" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Well, doesn't Camarillo Harris understand that the stock market is directly tied to a lot of the portfolios of the working people. She claims to want. Want to vote for her? Do you think she understands that that men and women who work in auto plants men and women who work in hospitals, men and women who work in other areas and other sectors of our economy? A who hoped to make it to retirement based on some of the jobs? They're working will have their retirement incomes directly tied to what happens in the market. Does she understand that union workers had their pension plans tied significantly to what happens in the stock market eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five eight hundred nine to three w d TK? Of course, we're talking about a woman who wants to blow up the private sector at least a significant portion of it to try something else, especially with regard to your healthcare. Follow up on that. Correct me if I'm wrong Tarita rate, you support the Medicare for all Bill. I think initially co sponsored by Senator Bernie Sanders. Also co-sponsor onto I believe it will totally eliminate private insurance. So for people out there who like their insurance. They don't get to keep it. Well, the listen the idea is that everyone gets access to medical care, and you don't have to go through the process of going through an insurance company having them give you approval going through the paperwork, all of the delay. That may require who of us has not had that situation where you gotta wait for approval and the doctor says, well, I don't know if your insurance company's gonna cover this. Let's eliminate olives that let's move on. All right. Let's go to the next question. Well, I guess they want to hurry to the next question because that women just said, let's eliminate everything to do with the private health care insurance market. Do you understand the implications of that statement from someone who claims that the economy right now is garbage or Ken to it? As Alexandria, ocasio Cortez has said because people work more than one job eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five. What are the men and women who work in the private insurance? Marketplace supposed to do camera Harris if as president you have your way and eliminate their private sector jobs, eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five eight hundred nine to three WD t k. There's an independent who's who. Well, maybe he's running. Maybe he's not Howard Schultz. Former Starbucks CEO decries calls ending the private insurance market on behalf of camera Harris and her seeming ignorance about these things I'll let you hear from him and Mike we'll take your call after the.
"camarillo" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Battle with your major. And a happy life. All righty, everybody. Let's go to Laura in Camarillo, California, Laura of Camarillo high. Hi, janice. Good morning. Thank you. And I must say my husband, and I have been married for thirty six years. I would say we've been reading and listening to your four. Gosh, darn close to twenty five. Well, I am definitely part of your marriage. Oh, you most certainly sweet. That's nice. Green which what you are saying. But what I personally believe. For anything else? Self worth is that different from self esteem. I wouldn't say it's. Totally different. I say they can commingle. Similarity to them. But I don't think they're exactly I found out. I was curious because there are a lot of this self confidence their self-worth their their self self. Esteem. So so they're the so let let let let me react to that. And thank you so much for calling. I don't know the answer. I don't know I in my experience, and we should all if we have good judgment. We should have some trust in our experience. We've we meet a lot of people we interact if you certainly if you have children, you you watch a human being unfold before your eyes. And. I.
"camarillo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Is a battle with your major. And a happy life. All righty, everybody. Let's go to Laura in Camarillo, California, Laura of Camarillo high. Hi, Dennis good morning. Thank you. And I must say my husband, and I have been married for thirty six years. Yes. I would say we've been reading and listening to your four. Gosh, darn close to twenty five. Well, I am definitely part of your marriage. Oh. Sweet. That's nice. Green watch what you're saying. I personally believe. For anything else? You have. Self-worth worth different is that different from self esteem. Totally different. I say they can commingle full similarity to them. But I don't think they're exactly oh, I know I was curious because there are a lot of is this self confidence their self-worth their self self. Esteem. So so they're the so let let let let me react to that. And thank you so much for calling. I don't know the answer. I don't know I in my experience, and we should all if we have good judgment. We should have some trust in our experience. We've we meet a lot of people we interact if you certainly if you have children, you you watch a human being unfold before your eyes. And. I I think we overestimate. How important those things are to either goodness or to happiness. I I know people who have a very. Not low and sell. They don't have self contempt. But. They don't they don't think at all highly of themselves, and are wonderful people and are happy people, and there were filled with people who think they're terrific who are unhappy awful. This high self esteem among among violent criminals, according to ROY Powell Meister fact, they have the highest self esteem of all the people he studied violent criminals. He's at one of the major criminologist in the United States. So I just I I guess I have a dissenting view on that. Anyway, God bless you, Laura. Thank you kindly, and let's see here. All right now. Some of the calls are not on subject. So I may review them and let you let you go. But let me first let me go pick a line here by letting the Laura line open. Okay. So then we have a line open for you. Nick in Saint Charles, Illinois. Hi there Nick, Mr. Prager. Thank you. Thank you. So I would like to maybe it's just semantics, but you referred to it as self control. But I would like to rephrase it as self denial. Yeah. That's fine. That's fine. To give you some context. I'm a thirty seven year old Catholic with five children and and in my life. What I have come to realize is freedom. True freedom does not come from seen. Yes. And grabbing, but it's actually the ability for us to say, no, when we have you see, you know, why, you know, why you know that because you're religious. Well, that's right. And as a Catholic devout Catholic we actually practice fast team. It's not just in the springtime around Easter. It's every day. Every Friday is a Good Friday every so that fast that you engage in is that is that morning to evening or evening.
"camarillo" Discussed on KTRH
"View of quantum physics as being the alternate. Which is that that whole science is really directed towards solid state physics and the atomic scale when we brought him back and say there can be things that are smaller and phenomena that are beyond that. Then you start to see these other possibilities. All right. Let's go back to the calls now Marguerite in Carson city Nevada is with us. Hi, marguerite. Oh, hi, George. You're the best of the radio. Well, thank you. No question about it. I'm so happy to tell you about my story. We live in an area outside of Los Angeles called lake Sherwood. And we lived around a lake and after high school, I went to work at Camarillo state hospital a mental hospital. Too far from the house. That's why I got a job there. And I went to a party one night, and I had been drinking quite a bit. But had coffee before I left, but I was driving home to the leg about one one thirty in the morning, my car smashed into an oak tree, and I got out of the car I had a concussion, I guess, and I started walking into the lake. It was pitch dark, and they had these weeds huge weeds, and I was walking through the weeds. What I was doing, you know, almost unconscious and all of a sudden, I felt this arm on my shoulder our own on my back, and he said don't do that. He said, let me help you. And it was a strange, man. I mean, he wasn't real old maybe in his middle twenties. And he took me to his car. I went with him. I was bleeding profusely because I smashed into the steering wheel. Then he took me to the my parents.
"camarillo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Solid state physics and the atomic scale when we brought him back and say, there can be things that are smaller and phenomenon that are beyond that. Then you start to see these other possibilities. All right. Let's go back to the calls now Marguerite in Carson city Nevada is with us. Hi, marguerite. Oh, hi, George you. You're the best of the radio. Well, thank you. No question about it. I'm so happy to tell you about my story. We live in an area outside of Los Angeles called lake Sherwood, and we lived around the lake and after high school, I went to work at Camarillo state hospital a mental hospital. Wasn't too far from the house. That's why I got a job there. And I went to a party one night, and I had been drinking quite a bit. But had coffee before I left, but I was driving home to the leg about one one one thirty in the morning, my car smashed into an oak tree, and I got out of the car I had a concussion, I guess, and I started walking into the lake. It was pitch dark, and they had these weeds huge weeds, and I was walking through the weeds. Isn't that what I was doing, you know, almost unconscious and all of a sudden, I felt this arm on my shoulder our own on my back, and he said don't do that. He said, let me help you. And it was a strange, man. I mean, he wasn't real old maybe in his middle twenties. And he took me to his car. I went with him. I was bleeding profusely because I smashed into the steering wheel. Mike. Then he took me to the my parents house, which is right around the corner of the lake and they asked him they thought I had dated him or something. They were my dad was gonna kill him or something..
Malibu burning: Kardashians, del Toro among celebrities fleeing
"Destroyed an unnumbered unknown number of homes in Thousand Oaks Calabasas oak park and the Malibu hills. Here's correspondent Kyung law Malibu is burning. The entire city has been told to get out in fact about one hundred and five thousand residents from Malibu day. Camarillo springs have been ordered to evacuate several celebrities among those being forced out of their homes, Streisand and Caitlyn Jenner have had to evacuate the director, Guillermo del Toro tweeted, the he evacuated last night. So a lot of people are looking at these guys wondering if their house is going to survive this. Now, the fire has destroyed at least thirty structures, so far that's the Wolsey fire. No structures, reportedly destroyed by the sixty one hundred acre hill fire near Camarillo springs in Newbury park, we have learned that the Wolsey fire has burned the paramount ranch. Western town where hundreds of movies and TV shows were shot over the years, including HBO's current hit. Westworld, the national fire national weather service has just extended our red flag warning through Tuesday afternoon due to the fire danger posed by gusty