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WW2 Era Bomber [B-25] Crashes Near Stockton Airport
"World War Two era bomber a B twenty five crashes near Stockton Airport. And this is from ABC ten dot. COM Stockton. California World War. Two era bomber crashed about five miles away from Stockton Metroplitan. Airport on Saturday night San Joaquin County sheriff's officials said Sheriff's officials said the pilot tried to land and a field before striking a ditch the plane received significant damage in the crash officials said, three people were on board the plane to receive non life threatening injuries while another person was able to walk away. Fine the fine the two injured occupants were transported to the local hospital. NTSB and F. A. A. Officials will take over the investigation into why the plane crashed. And we have some audio and let me set this up a little bit from live ATC dot net when they're traveling on these these old warbirds warbirds. They usually have like a chase airplane somewhere following them for support and such, and in this case, it's a bonanza. The the the be twenty five started in Chino and flew up to northern California stopped at the nut tree vacaville airport for a bit, and then took off again and was heading over to stockton to have some repairs done to the airplane. There's A. Depiction of the of the flight, the latter part of the flight to nut tree in Vacaville, and then over the Stockton, and then after the repair work is going to be accomplished remains work whatever it was. They were GONNA do at Stockton they're going to return to the east coast where it's based. and. Let's see. So let's play a little bit of the live ATC video. Audio and again, you'll hear the bonanza flight. That'll be the first thing you here and then you'll well as the only thing you'll hear and then the. Conversation with air traffic. Control. And Five for. This house was. Hurt another aircraft on have had mentioned barriers end up in a real you have A. Four six Charlie on your. Show. Costs on my radar. because. Go beyond. Their. Back. 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There's the. Exciting. audio there in the chase plane. Giving the information thankfully. The chase plane was out there and was able to locate. The be twenty five in help direct emergency services to the location another your news reports say. The injuries are not life threatening. I don't know if you call it minor or not. It depends on. Report you're looking at here. Bet. The third occupant was not injured. I'm hoping that it looks like. By the way if you have a link to this in the show notes. One Brown the Block Leo. Channel did. A really nice video of this and he has got a lot of interesting information about the airplane and the fact that had just returned. Remember we talked about earlier show the World War, two era bombers or aircraft that were on the Essex L. HD navy ship that was heading over to Hawaii. To Commemorate the seventy fifth anniversary of the end of World War Two and Hawaii It had just that was one of the airplanes they. Put It on a crane and put it on the the deck of the L. HD and it sailed over to Hawaii. They did the comeback. So basically, this is all glories getting ready to return all the way to its home on the East Coast and. let's say the. So he had some other interesting photos of where the be twenty five ended up in a ploughed field, and if it hadn't been for that irrigation ditch it would have been a much better. Outcome and does you know it still doesn't look like there's a Well I. Guess. If you're looking at the engines that were torn off against the damage is quite extensive on the engines but I'm hoping what I'm trying to say is I hope that they'll be able to. Scrap the thing completely, it'll be able to fix it but I don't know. It's great. History. Escape. Doesn't I. Mean. There are people out there who are willing to build a new aircraft will build well, two aircraft. A very small amount some the this is a complete more or less So I'm sure that somebody in who who has got the money and there are plenty of people out there who loves this sort of thing Bail to fund it, but it's just a it's just a tragic. Result
Pope: rich can't get priority for vaccine, poor need help
"Is urging rich countries to help the poor nations with Corona virus vaccine. Say Never. Chino, Pope Francis saying it would be sad if the world's richest people are given priority for Corona virus vaccine. The pope urging wealthy countries against hoarding doses, if ineffective shot is found. They don't leave here in his weekly audience, which is being delivered online during the pandemic instead of to crowds at the Vatican. Francis, saying the outbreak will change the world for better or worse
Parents, Teachers, Students In Chino, East Of Los Angeles, Prep For Unprecedented First Day Of ‘Stay At Home’ School
"Well. School does begin tomorrow morning in Chino. It will be done remotely. CBS two's Greg Mills spoke to some parents and students who are very excited in 2020 students might not be quite as enthusiastic about that first day. Yeah, because it's different. Called distance learning. And that it is teacher their student here. We'll see each other and zooms cause and stuff, but it's not the same not really used to to it, it, but but I I mean, mean, it it is is our our reality. reality. Students Students and and teachers teachers got got a a head head start start on on online online learning learning the the end end of of last last year year ended ended online online and and the the teachers teachers did did a a great great job job of of One One on on one ing with the kids, a teacher in Azusa High School, says This is the first time in her 11 years of teaching, she's felt unprepared for the start of the school year, she says. Teaching is all about building trust with students, and it's really hard to do that. Through a computer
California Will Release Up To 8,000 Prisoners Due To Coronavirus
"Will allow the early release of up to 8000 state prisoners before September is coronavirus cases continue to rise. A prison officials move will allow the facilities to implement social distancing guidelines to slow the spread of the virus among inmates and staff. Move comes after more than 1/3 of inmates in Sanford San Quentin, tested positive after the transfer of inmates from the California Institution for Men in Chino,
California's San Quentin Prison Was Free of the Virus. One Decision Fueled an Outbreak.
"California's one of the large states that has having a large surge in corona virus, cases and hospitalizations right now Arizona of courses in terrible shape right now. Texas is in terrible shape Florida, starting to get really terrible really fast. All three of those states are now having hospitals overrun while their case numbers hospitalization numbers just keep climbing every day scary. but California's having a real problem too, and here's something really specific. That's going on in. California, that was not just like a bad situation that arose from the Meyer of this epidemic in California part of their big problem, right now was a single screw up a bad mistake that has now set off. What is really a disaster? Here's what happened. By mid April one of the largest state prisons in California had run of outbreak. It started as just a handful of cases at the California State Prison in Chino. But it soon became dozens of cases, prisoners and staff alike. At the time there were more than forty two hundred men imprisoned at Chino that's nearly twenty percent more than the capacity. That prison was built to handle and of course. You know by their very nature. Correctional facilities and specifically overcrowded correctional facilities like Chino was just a hot bread for any hotbed for any sort of. Contagious, illness and sort of outbreak. So when they knew that in mid. April it was no wonder that by the following month by May. Corona virus had just run through every dorm, used to house prisoners at Chino. By the end of May there were six hundred and thirty five confirmed cases at Chino. There were nine men dead. Given the crisis, they had on their hands. The State Department of Corrections along with the State Attorney Journal decided that they would transfer all bunch of prisoners out of that prison out of Chino, and they would send them to other prisons in the state. One of those prisons was the infamous prison just north of San Francisco called Quenton now. At the time San Quentin had actually been doing very well and beating back the epidemic so well in fact at the time. San Quentin had no infections saint. Quentin had no corona virus infections in March. In April and it may. But then came this influx of prisoners from China, which had a terrible problem there more than one hundred twenty prisoners were transferred from Chino to that facility at San Quentin and they'd all been tested at some point before transfer. But. It wasn't like they were particularly sticklers timing it right off the bat. They knew problems. Many of the prisoners hadn't been tested for coronavirus for up to a month. Before they got sent from China to this new prison at San Quentin. And so at Saint Quentin within days. They get the sides of their first infections. In the month, or so since those transfers San Quentin has now become the largest corona virus outbreak in California. There have now been more than fifteen. Hundred confirmed cases at San, Quentin alone and at least six deaths. Three of those deaths just came this weekend. And amidst this huge spike in more than fifteen hundred cases at San Quentin. Well now, the top medical officer for California prisons has been fired. And now with the virus, having spread unabated throughout San Clinton. It is I mean there's no wonder that a lot of people are worried a lot of different levels starting of course with prisoners. And with their families recently, we had the chance to speak with the mother of one prisoner at San Clinton and her name is Rita Zavala. And she told us this about her son's cellmate, recently testing positive and how her son is living now. Are Man their lives matter to. Just like everybody else. And they should be treated like. Animals? That so like they are treating them like. Just let him sit there. You know if you make it. Oh, good, if not allow you know. That's not how treated human. Stage they got there, but they're paying for their mistake. You know being in prison. But my son was. But I feel like he is now because I don't know. If he if he is going to get the virus, and not is GonNa make it through the by rich because of their medical is not the greatest. You know. Last point raised by Ms Avella is critical one. It's the it's not just the number of men that are dying at San. Quentin, that is the cost for alarm. It's also the huge number of prisoners who are positive there now who are requiring medical care and they're requiring advanced medical care, which means they're getting not just the prison itself, but within the whole local healthcare system, some hospitals within reaching distance of San Clinton, have become so taxed already by San Quentin prisoners filling up their issues that they're no longer accepting any transfers of California state prisoners to their facilities situations gotten bad enough that one local doctor told our NBC news affiliate and San Francisco. That San Quentin is the Chernobyl of covid.
A Developer's Summer, with Underscore David Smith
"Hello everyone this is David sparks joined by my fellow co-hosts Mr. Stephen Hackett I Stephen Hey David. How are you good I feel like this week is kind of putting the capper on our W. WDC coverage. Finished up last week, we were able to talk about quite a bit during the during ww see, and then we talked about our Betas last week this week. We thought we bring in somebody who has a unique and interesting perspective on it. Welcome back to the show David Smith. You it's A. It's a pleasure to be here I mean I was? It's an honor to be on power users so I'm glad to be able to kind of come in gas lend a developer perspective to all the announcements that we just had. Thinking that you'd be the perfect guest for it by pay, we just had him on and then I looked twenty seventeen, so. I don't know what happened there in my head, but The you know David you were telling me before the show started. How many wwe cs have you participated in a believe? This is number twelve for me and my first one is in two thousand and nine, and I've been essentially attended in some form ever ever since so it's been like this regular fixture in my family that as far as like in which. That's longer than my children have. Our old, so like from their perspective, daddy always disappears for a week in June like that's just a part of a part of life that I'm sure they expect happens to every father in the world. They just June is when they go to California, but that's. It was a very unusual year to just actually just stay at home and be here, but sort of not here. kind of station in the basement to a just a after shift myself to California time, and then also just there's so much to do. But generally speaking, it was definitely a different year than all the others that I've had the privilege of experiencing. As, someone who's been W. DC with you? I think we one year we stay together and the relay Commun-. The but I feel like you are somebody that really always. My observation takes advantage of WBZ. You're always hustling to get to meetings and and get the content and I feel like you are in my mind for lack of a better term, a lunch pail developer just show up and you get the work done, and I've always appreciate that about you. So, let's talk, you know. You watched it from home this year I guess That was that. It was different I. Mean on the one hand. It was kind of Nice to be able to like my wife set next to me on the Sofa and we questioned on our TV, and it was. It was kind of Nice to share that with her. Because while we sometimes, we'll do that for things like phone announcements, or you know other apple events throughout the year when I'm not in California You know she's heard me talk about WDC many times and WC announcements are the ones that I like kind of lose my mind and be super excited, and like it's in a way that is unusual that it's not. As to you know with an iphone announcement because a cool new camera that's kind of clear and accessible, but like I'm losing my mind over some minor thing that they just mentioned and she has no idea and it was kind of a fun thing. I think for us to be to share that But it was definitely a bit odd to. Then just like just like. I watched the Hino, and then I go and sit at my at my regular, my regular office and I can download all the Betas, and like get started right away rather than like frantically trying to eat like an awful box lunch in between the keynote in the state of the Union and then like sometime later somehow try and get the. Betas installed over Chino potentially and not so reliable Wi fi, and so like it was definitely a very different Monday for WGC than I'm used to though I kind of liked it like it was kind of Nice I felt like I was super productive like in a very intense way which? Definitely took the weekend to recover from, but it was. It was different, but in a good way I, think is the best summary for how serve the General Rafeal if WGC was for me. The general take wagon talking to developer friends. It's like it was a more more is week easier to get information easier to manage Betas and find out what exactly what's going on. You're not kind of in the thick of it. But it was less useful of direct access to apple engineers. Maybe I'd say from my experience like they had labs this year. Which is alive that typically WGC they have these big sessions where apple engineers are available to attendees who go into, ask your questions, which is the one time of year typically where you're able to interact with an apple engineer, because typically they're locked. Locked away in Cupertino and can talk about anything related to what they're working on, but this one week they get let out in are allowed to do that. And I was very curious to see what they did for. The labs experience this year and worked well like I think I attended five or six lives, and they were just kind of like voice. Conference calls I could share I could share my screen to to the call if I had some code I needed to show them or something. I wanted them to kind of look at and by and large. That process was actually very efficient, and from the kind of likes to the way they structured. It is I mean they were available to anyone who had a pay developer account so I. Don't Know How many people that is in the world, but it is almost certainly. Probably millions if not. Like tens of millions and it was just kind of you signed up. You submitted a question, and they had of reviewed them the day before and assigned to a lab based on as like, do you? Did you actually see Mike? You had a reason a question. That's useful and. Effective to answer, and it was to the asking esque, the right lab, or the right place and feuded, both those things like I was able to get my labs, and got my questions answered, and so that was actually kind of cool. I think only part. I missed was really like. You're talking about the sexting at the the relay commune. Having that kind of that sense of community and being around other people. Like the idea. Of being on site in San Jose was something that I certainly missed this year, and that's a tricky thing to quantify 'cause i. think in most other ways. The Co like the conference was better for being virtual like the session videos were better, and they were more accessible in the sense that they are available immediately to everybody they all have full transcripts that are searchable and so are accessible, just both from an ex. A accessibility perspective of perse people for people for whom listening to video is difficult. They have the transcript immediately available, and they can do. Watch close captioning as Equally accessible to everybody irrespective, if you have the means and the resources and the ability to go to saint, say or not you just if you have an Internet connection, you have exactly the same connection, and then like all the content was super polished
U.S. Reports Record Rise in New Coronavirus Cases
"Avenue at 19 cases in the US have risen 80% in the past two weeks, prompting new restrictions ahead. On the Fourth of July, We eight states announced a single day New case records in the U. S. With the nation itself, reporting a one day record total Tuesday off 47,000 new cases as the Midwest South and West, especially C sharp rises and infections. Us now, with more than 2.6 million cases, more than 127,000 deaths from Cove in 19. You're not going to stay home and you're not gonna wear masks We have to enforce. California Governor Gavin Newsom has reimposed several restrictions. More are coming. And he says he's serious about enforcing public health directives. California situation is bad enough that several states are ordering visitors from the Golden State. The quarantine for 14 days. Jim Roop LOS Angeles Santa Clara County officials have released a 23 page rule book on how to safely reopen schools. Different age groups will be given different rules. The county's health officer says It depends on containment and the number of cases of Koven 19 for in class learning, learning to resume. San Quentin Prison was free of the Corona virus until one decision was made from a Southern California prison were moved to San Quentin, bringing with them prisoners who tested positive for the disease. The inmates were being moved to San Quentin as part of a plan to halt the spread of Corona virus by reducing the number of inmates at the California institution for men in Chino. That's where nine inmates have died of nearly 700 had been infected. Within days. Some of the 121 prisoners from the bus has introduced the virus at San Quentin. More than 1100 of the prisoners have since been infected, and one prisoner has died. The transfer of inmates has been denounced by health officials and a state lawmaker as a public health failure. Marin County is now asking the
COVID-19 Risks Prompt Some California Counties to Ease Jail Populations
"Is endemic in our society how can we really address all these issues about equity and about violence and about safety this is a moment of reckoning and I think we need to respond to prisons and southern California have hundreds of coronavirus infections each inmates at San Quentin want to prevent that from happening in the bay area prison they say there's already been a spike in covert infections one hundred and twenty one inmates were transferred there from the California institution for men in Chino California on may thirtieth stock visibility is known as a hotbed for coronavirus with nearly five hundred in the infections and fifteen deaths San Quentin is now seeing a rise in cases thirty three to date Kerry Reid a current inmate in San Quentin the certain facilities like the each unit are operating at two hundred percent capacity the overcrowding make social distancing impossible he says the dangers posed by the lack of social distancing and access to personal protective equipment infringes on his constitutional rights right the right privacy I can search any time in your life I am subject teacher or not right right we've called usual punishment you're not being given is right under your psychological difficult one that okay okay overcrowding was a problem in prisons before the pandemic it is not the main cause of the spread of the virus to inmates Weicker says prison capacity would need to be reduced to seventy percent to be able to safely social distance which is impossible and current conditions thirty five hundred inmates were released at the start of the pandemic earlier this month governor Gavin Newsom announced he will start releasing inmates within a hundred and eighty days of their release date but resigned an inmate at San Quentin says it's not enough they we critics also get real and we don't collect January but we don't focus so a lot of it the coalition is calling on the governor to approve the release of inmates over the age of fifty those who have a low risk of re offending and those who have been incarcerated multiple years without disciplinary action prison inmates at San Quentin are also demanding widespread testing for everyone living and working in the prison statewide nearly three hundred prison guards have also tested positive for the virus they're also demanding prison staff remain stationed and one part of the present but the state stop transferring inmates from prison to prison during the pandemic and for greater access to hygiene supplies
Angus of The Real Seed Co. on The New Taxonomy for Landrace Cultivars
"You're listening to Jason. A curious about canvas podcast. Thanks so much for tuning in once again at today. I'm really really stoked. I am joined with one of my early guests and friends that was able to talk to you. At the earned the early days of the podcast angus from the real seat company. Thanks so much for being willing to come back on. We've got some exciting stuff to talk about It's great to be. Yes exciting paper this so yeah looking forward to yes so what? We're going to be talking about today. Relates to our first conversation that we had Which is all about Why first conversation went in a lot of directions but Talking about cannabis taxonomy. So there's a paper that came out just this year By John mcpartlin and earn a small. Both of whom we talked about in our first conversation and specifically this relates to Landrace varieties of cannabis and Talks about the importance of preserving those genetic so This is really come around full circle. And I'll go ahead and prepare people say that between the actual paper and the supplemental material. There's about one hundred fifty pages worth of material the centrally a book but Angus. What before we get into the nitty gritty details of what was present here and My thoughts in your thoughts and kind of how it meshes with your experience in the field. what were your initial impressions upon reading this paper? Safari taxonomy goes. My instincts is always being to defer to the experts as far as I can see on a small Israeli the taxonomic to defer to. He's some specializes in an all kinds of different places. But he's been publishing about it since the early seventies legislation is based on his work So I was fascinated to see that he has come round to the view that the two main domestic domestic the to the tweet. Sort of Genesis who've sub-species Indika now do merit formal recognition this As varieties in a stricter botanical sense. And you know they. They've done between mcparland more done the work to justify that clearly. They've been looking at Harry collections. All around the world it seems and I think they say about one thousand one hundred different accessions. They've they've looked at and yet clearly satisfied that this is justified. And this is more than just sort of pedantic exercises actually quite important to get people to stop taking conservation of these plant seriously if you look on the genesys database. I think there are about one thousand four hundred accessions of that kind of a sativa. The species in NJ banks around the world but out of those as I forget the exact number but it's a piddling amount this full role. Something accessions of sub-species indicator. I mean it's ridiculous five. I'm sorry five right. Yeah so this is a serious situation. I mean this is an incredibly important plants. And it's it's it's a. I think they actually understate how critically endangered it has mostly what they talk about sort of anecdotal examples of people. Introducing Hyper Non Chino hybrid most of the examples. They gave a from the and eighties so an mostly Simpson folk people bringing. They talk about one guy. I forget his name. Who is who says some Mexican seats to Afghanistan in the in the early seventies and then they they mentioned that I think Chanaka someone talks about bringing them Afghan landrace in the pool in the eighties but I don't talk about. This is the whole seed industry with the online online seat industry. And if you look at the the shipping lists of your average dot show seed company. It would make for horrifying reading. I mean the the the online sort of Internet commerce is just arriving in places like India and Southeast Asia So I I I mean. I'm just like some huge business park to the type of in Hyderabad India. I think so there will get up for on on coming to India so in the next couple of years. God knows what's going to happen. I mean it's it's something you already started people shipping hybrid seats into India and places. But I mean we're we're looking at a time and it's Yeah it's a serious situation so this part of getting people to take it seriously. I think it's quite important parts of it to persuade. Some people like the Millennium Seed Bank. And so and so you've got one one accession of Cannabis. I think it's Yeah
Let It Roll: The Subversive Side of Classical Music
"Some. Let it roll. Let me host Nate Wilcox. They will have the pleasure of welcoming back Ted Gioia to discuss again his book a subversive history of music. Today we're going to talk about a section of the book focusing on what we probably call classical music European concert tradition and starting off with chapters like musicians behaving badly so it's kind of a different take on classical music ted. Welcome back to the show right. Thanks for having me back. It's a pleasure and I wanted to do this because you know we talked about the book before and and it's it's a paradigm shifting book for me. It's one that really expanded my mind and and clarify things that have been wrestling with and you put it into words brilliantly and it it helped me focus on the whole scope of the show but the section in particular was one. I skipped over last time because I considered outside the breadth of the show which has covered things like the history of rock and roll music and Pop Music in the twentieth century. And I realized reading this book and do more research that the history of popular music as a business really goes back to the renaissance while absolutely on a lot of the behavior patterns of the musicians as well date back to that people often ask me what I learned researching this book and it was many years of research. But one of the quickest summaries. I have is. I found out that the music of might time and the music I grew up with which was jazz. Blues and rock and roll really the musicians back in the glory. Years of classical music weren't all that different and we have a tendency to sanitized that whole record to treat these people with great esteem. But they were just disruptive in many ways more disruptive than later rock musicians so. There's a lot of things that we take for granted in the current day that in fact for justice vibrate noticeable two hundred years ago. Yeah and you talk about this phenomenon that repeats throughout the history of music in the book which is a transition from disruption to respectability from outsiders to insiders and so often musical. Innovations are driven by people on the outside of the system but then there as they succeed as they impact the popular consciousness. They're pulled in to the inside. Sometimes they themselves become insiders other times. They're co opted. You know postmortem talk about that phenomenon. Logan that's right and we're very familiar with this in our own lifetime. We've all seen it when I was growing up The the Beatles and the Rolling Stones Bob Dylan. These dangerous. Figures feared by the establishment. But nowadays Bob Dylan is Nobel. Laureate Mick Jagger Sir Mick Jagger Paul McCartney Sir Paul McCartney and even the most extreme examples I mean take hip hop. Nwea the FBI tried to shut down the record label when they came on board nowadays. That same record has been enshrined in the National Archive of historic recordings of Congress. You have the Smithsonian out there putting together an official Smithsonian Guide to hip hop with fifty hip hop professors. Very idea about professor would have seen the contradiction in terms but they got fifty of them putting together this Canon of hip hop song. So we know about this from our own life and we've seen how these styles has been a good sized what we don't realize the same thing happened hundreds of years ago. The classic example is Bach. You Know Balk is considered now the poster child for respectability classical music is great composer. Who composed for God and country devout booth and run it Cetera et CETERA. You go back and do his own times and you find. That balk grew up with juvenile delinquents. Went to a school famous for gang. Culture was mentored by one of the worst gang members all his early jobs. Disciplinary problems At a young age to spend a month in jail He was called to task for cavorting with a young lady in the organ. Loft had prodigious beer-drinking every possible violation of rules and discipline he exemplified. None of that is is remembered nowadays. He's just the Lutheran composer so this recurring. We could talk about other composers. But there's one point I do WanNa make though I raise these issues in my book. Not because I'm trying to be gossipy or salaciously and it makes for great reading to read all these sexy anecdotes. I have the point. I'm trying to make though is these. Figures could not have created disruptive music they invented if they hadn't been disruptive in their own lifetimes you know almost all the commentary on Bach. We have from back then people complaining about him. You know people complaining about how show he was. He was called the task before the city council had to submit a written document explaining why he was using such new progressive and strange musical techniques. So this thing is conducted disruption in their private life and the disruption. Their music is connected. And that's why well upon it because if you don't understand that you will never understand the evolution of music and going back a little further. You talk about a couple of composers from the Italian renaissance. Who went way beyond Bach in terms of violations of social norms? I'm Talkin about two particular Rotella Mayo Trump Esino and Carlo Jesualdo and bothered these guys. Were involved in love. Triangles that resulted in murders committed by them. Oh this is right. It's interesting if you start with the music of these two individuals trauma Chino and swallow. Its gentle music and they will have songs. These pretty gentle love songs. Mandra goes in front of us but in their private life they were violent angry people and both of them not only did they commit murders but it was obvious to everybody that they were guilty and they were never punished and this is interesting because it shows you that. Starting around the renaissance it became the norm or musicians to go outside the norm. They were allowed indiscretions that other people were not and in fact. I'm convinced in both those instances their fame and reputation was increased by committing murder. I think people felt well. If this guy is such a passionate lover that he he he. He kills somebody in a fit of jealous rage. Who you know. There must be a similar intensity of passion in the song and we laugh at that. But that's the same way. People look at rock bands and the sex pistols. And we've seen this in our lifetime. If the musician out of control we suspect there must be a certain intensity in the music as well so it all came back to that time I mean just one more example I find this fascinating people that want to understand what it was like to be an artist during the Renaissance. The most famous book. They read the autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini. He was a renaissance artist famous as a silversmith sculptor but he was also a musician played the flute and he wrote his life story. And it makes fascinating reading but I went through that book page by page and I just marked off every time. Shalini committed a violent crime and and I think I came up potentially with at least fourteen. Violent crimes committed in his life. And this is not including the the the just the vandalism or the varsity these are actually violent crimes where he murdered somebody or beat them up and none of them was punished for he was. He was actually put in jail couple times. It was only because of arguments with his patrons over payment and artworks and my favorite anecdote from the whole book comes from a conversation when someone would approach the Pope instead of the jubilee. WanNa hire this Guy Shalini. You know he's committed murder and all this and the pope said you don't understand for people like Ben to Chile. Different rules apply that came directly from the mouth of the Pope and the renaissance. And this was a new idea and I would say we still live with this idea to even though even in the midst of the metoo movement and all the scandals. They're still this expectation that great musicians with by their own rules and they violate rules and and For good or bad that's part of the whole Agassi Western music.
"chino" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"Tired of me ramble already. Only a couple of minutes into this thing. Here's Gino Braxton. Like a welcome guest this week to project action on podcast. One Chino Braxton. How's how's everything man everything? Good how are you? I'm doing good? I was just texting with With a buddy from Baltimore today or from Maryland and we got a mutual. I guess acquaintance. I don't know I don't know how close you guys are. But my boy street by Tommy. I was texting with. And he's like Communist my guy. Yeah tell me Tommy is one of my best friends do literally we go back quite a ways and he and I. We text quite a bit and I told him he's like do tell China what's up for me. Yeah for sure. That's my guy he He took me recently. I Went Down Travis. Spot with him Tries to strong. Yeah yeah wants to go and we rode bikes and things like that. Yeah he's a he's a good dude. I'm actually looking at going back. There sometime in the next day was supposed to be next month but with everything going on in the world out in a win win trips can happen but let's go back there and hang out with them for a week. Coronas is just crazy. It's nuts unit. Just recently went in the bombs right. Yeah just in the Bahamas. I actually just got back home to Maryland to Baltimore. Yeah was I mean because I was in Vegas not too long ago and like people were kind of talking about it a little bit but then it wasn't like people were aware of it but that was like two weeks ago but it wasn't like a big deal. I mean I was. I was a vibe down in the Bahamas people talking about it or like here now. It's crazy this week man. I mean and the Bahamas really I would say it's not like we was like away from the world like enjoying ourselves. So much like really really didn't understand like what was going on but now that we got back on like this side and just really like you. This is real like we thinking they were just. Who's playing with it at first but this is like something. Something's really going on so now taking the series and things like that so just trying to stay safe and stay away from the virus benefit. That was joking with a friend the other day and I said you know everything going on being on an island in the middle of nowhere. That's probably the best call. Man I was like Maldives sound pretty pretty good about now. Yeah yeah so. Let's kind of go back to the start dude. Because I kind of I mean your career ox pretty Pretty Wild where you're at two today but like let's go back to you being a kid in Baltimore man. How how did you get because I think the dirt bikes came? I I mean obviously the music and everything else came later but how did. How does the kid from Baltimore like all of a sudden get hooked on DIRT BIKES? And we lease and stuff like that. I mean I think he started out on a BMX bike right. But I mean kind of take us back to town you got started in. What the draw was you know because I mean you know if you grew up in so cal? Say Oh yeah dirt bikes. That's a pretty logical choice kindergarten. More man we don't hear you know at least here on the West Coast where I'm at. We don't hear a lot about you. Know the dirt bike. Seen a Baltimore you know. Tell me kind of how how you got his hooks in you. How how we got to where we're at Man. I mean growing up in Baltimore. We always had a big bite culture. I mean I started on regular pedal bikes. Bmx Bikes and things. Like that I was actually. I used to really being vice. My pedal bikes and bands like that because I was so into bites also answered by. Saas started pedal bikes and dirt. Bikes was always big. And I said I used to see the guys riding on dirt bikes and things like that and I always say like I'm I'm going to be. I won't be my thing was because it was called twelve o'clock would I used to be like I'm going to be the next twelve o'clock board and as I got better and better on There I got my first dirt bike and I was about What five or six And they're not just used to ride the practice a lot. I looked up to this one guy who was from Baltimore. His name was lips and he was like one of the nicest guy both. WanNa do not always tell myself I used to be like. I won't be like him on a dirt bike because like he just had this different style like you knew you put him apart from everybody. That wrote their bikes people really but how he wrote. He just rolled different and I always wanted to be like him and overtime. I just use the practice I used to practice. My actually started riding. Man Actually became close friends even though he was older we same close friends and he used to teach me some of the things that I know. Now like William Durr Bikes and things like that. Like I'm basically like took his whole style really and just mastered and couldn't to another level and I guess we always had a big culture in Baltimore growing up I know you probably have heard about the twelve o'clock boys that was the big group and like I always wanted to be a part of them and as I got better and better over time I was able to be a part of the group and We had like these guys while really boys and raise it up. They Record our videos that I was like the youngest I was. The young is right and things like that so everybody took a likely to me and I was actually nice. I was doing and things that the older guys on at a young age so they put out a video then. My people started to see me over time so I I had built a household name. My Name Everybody. Little at first it was as the call me a little superman. 'cause I always stand on the seat and Willie and Time they see my video seem videos and things like that and then I signed with me and I signed with me. I had just dropped A new video on YouTube And I think today got WanNa see thirteen million views on it. Got Thirteen million views wanted to date and like that's what people don't be from just those videos on Youtube and it just made my brand get bigger and bigger over time. So they're not signed with him so I'm GonNa be then. I signed with monster Silent ETHICA and Over time and then now got managed by ROC nation and and you know the movie come about and also sound unto you. Go excuse me man going back to the start talking about the bikes you because I want to talk more about the videos and meek and stuff I abbot. You tell me a little bit about these kind of these. You'll bike culture in Baltimore because this guy like this is kind of fascinating to me because a lot of it. I mean you don't WanNa say illegal because it's not like you guys. Are you know doing anything? Like overly illegal but dirt bikes city streets. Things like that obviously. He's a gray area. You know I Love Grey areas. That's where I live. But you know it's one of those like was it like some mysterious like mystique us a kid like I wanna be a part of that you know because it's like a little bit. Yeah it's edgy. Obviously you know what I mean. It's probably something I don't know like. Tell me a little bit about more more about bike culture dude because like us a young kid and then you say you got a bike at five like. How'd you manage that? Like if I told my parents at five on a dirt bike. Look me like what the hell you talking about you know you. You gotTa Hustle and hard to get a bike. That young man. I mean I I mean my family and my family and things like that They my dad was industries and things like that but over they sing. I was I started writing. I started riding a pedal bike with no training wheels to eighty two And then as I got better and better on a pedal bike I just always just see. Everybody's always my mom. My daily on do they want to do so. I got my first bike around like five or six fortunate enough to get one and When he got it I just use the lake ride and ride and ride and like I said I looked up. It was like the culture was just always big books. Dirt Bikes Everybody that was like a main focus so me growing up. I'm so into bikes. That I WANNA be a part of this twelve o'clock so practice and got better over time and then I started riding It being like I was I mean. Of course we know is illegal but like you said we're not doing nothing like super crazy. It's just. We ran bikes on the street without a helmet with tyrod. How try to ride with him? Mostly now but Yeah being illegal and that's just something like it's just like when I ride when I was riding it made me feel free so I love it and the culture like I say always been big. You know like you said. Obviously I've seen all the videos and stuff like that for years you know And is that one of those things where you obviously. You're probably not trying to house the police reception to man. You guys get chased a lot or is it. Kinda like where they see you go by and it's just like we're not gonNA screw those guys who's going to let them go like how how is released reception for this whole thing man Well for me. It's red 'cause I really I really ride. I really street now in books on things like that but when I do ride and things like that I really don't get a bunch of like getting to chases anything like that because I I. It's to a point now. I think the police they know who I am and they know like where how far I came when I got from. Rondo back so I guess they might know this. We'RE NOT GONNA MESS WITH. But of course they still chase guys. Do buy some things like that. I see it when I'm here and things like that but I mean that's something that they don't forever so it's something that we are. Actually we used to. Yeah and it. Hasn't it hasn't stopped the act like you stop but never stopped so this is now we got used to from around for so many years and being a part of this culture. We just feel like that's what we gotta do. Yeah well I gotta ask about your whealy skills. Do you like a young kid trying to obviously trying to do this. I've been around some of the best dirt bike riders on the planet. But I gotTa tell you. He's got your skills dude. That's like you. I mean it's insane I mean how did you hone your skills to get that from a young age because you have a foreign wreck. I mean you had worked yourself over to get to where you're at your balance is insane and I mean I can really dirt bike but is nothing like you man. How did you get to where? You'RE AT DUDE. Because like I gotTa say you've you've had to put in some work. I mean I've been like I say I'm GonNa ride their bikes down. I WANNA see Seventeen years I'm trying to seventeen years but I just roll and roll over time. I would say like I literally tell. People like never practised like really just never practised. I always just like I wrote. I'd never to go to this parking lot. I'm going to feel and I'm practice. I actually learned riding in the groups like just riding so much over time and just being so determined to Willie and to be better at wheeling and could be the best so I just roll. I roll or just over time. It's just I just thought better and better every day and then things started to get like. I said I started to get better. You you ever spent any time on a dirt bike track. Go to the motocross track. Anything like that I actually I actually you did. I stayed Griot have you ever heard of grindstone? Yeah the the.
"chino" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"This full closure both directions in Chino the sixty thousand seventy one and it's really bad of people turning around trying to get off the freeway it's amassed more minutes six fifty four the numbers for eighty last night here is ready to do that would be Anthony Davis thirty seven points thirteen rebounds he made four of five from three point land coach Frank Vogel after the Lakers won twenty one oh seven win over the Sixers scores in a variety of ways he's a threat in a in a variety of ways and we are you know continuing to wind him up from the three point line to be aggressive in those situations and you know one of the best plays of the night was you know the the defender thing was my Scott racing out to Anthony after knocked down two threes and you know this the lane being wide open a goes in tears run down you know that's that's why we shoot threes with with Anthony and artists to carry that threat lebron James finished with twenty two up next Lakers hosting Milwaukee on Friday the clippers won their fifth in a row one oh nine ninety four at Oklahoma City from the rush taxi five five virus call sports desk can extend seventy new elections coronavirus in this full freeway closure just a lot going on this morning more right now and in minutes six fifty five traffic and weather together over ten minutes of the fires what Jennifer York alright so this is a situation that we know of it talking with a man who's been stuck so far for thirty minutes on the eastbound side of the sixty this is just east of reservoir rather shut down the entire freeway westbound side as well at Ramona is closed down the eastbound sixty as a back up there for about two miles the Wessex is backed up now almost to the fifteen and cars getting so frustrated all the stuff that they're literally making you turn the driving the wrong way to get off the freeway on that eastbound sixty you know you've got some choices the ten is not so bad it's okay he's in west bound you got mission Boulevard holds Boulevard Philadelphia river side of those to start to get crowded by the way let's get our bodies get latest southern California Toyota dealer oral five Long Beach area yeah I know the crowded freeway southbound right it will be full of our we had a car fire looks like the fire department has the part it looks like we're getting lanes open here just south on citing usual slowing from Wilmington now reports south for five of the seven telling may have a crash to the right you northbound side all this culture Chechen that's got you having now if you make you at a seal beach to get an update on the prom for the set at a five freeway in Orange County was gone south of five fifty land drive had a crash blocked the car pull in love land looks like they're getting that out of your way over to the right shoulder but very tough through the ninety one starting about the trouble of art arctic jungle boards at seven oh five with much of the work more often I'm Jennifer York at the turn of the under a twenty four hour traffic center can extend seventy newsradio article is we start out the morning with a little fog along some of the coastal communities should be mostly sunny later in the day temps looks like back in the mid seventies downtown LA right now there're downtown LA it's cloudy and fifty nine Wall.
Texas, California set to be the biggest Super Tuesday prizes
"Tonight on super Tuesday let's say Bernie Sanders does better than expected Joe Biden is is running the old southern strategy he's trying to just sweep the south there's a reason that his rally was in Dallas Texas he's trying desperately to keep up with the amount of delegates that Bernie is likely to win tonight Biden may be on top of the betting odds for a split second I still believe that after tonight Bernie Sanders is going to have a massive delegate lead it's just a matter of math this is the same party that math science Republicans don't believe in that as well I believe in this Bernie is going to win nearly every single one of California's four hundred and fifteen delegates he's gonna win nearly everyone of Massachusetts it's ninety one delegates Minnesota he's probably going to take the lion's share of that Maine Vermont are you kidding me of course she's going to take those another state Colorado has sixty seven delegates the math tilts clearly in Bernice favor Biden has to hope that with Texas is two hundred twenty eight delegates Utah it's twenty nine and that Virginia where he has surged to the lead with ninety nine delegates this is going to be enough to negate Sanders massive advantage in terms of the delegates in the states that he is likely to win Oklahoma Tennessee North Carolina is another big prize it's entirely possible that you do see Biden stay somewhat close this that to Sanders but the sheer volume of delegates at play in places where Sanders is gonna win massive massive holes call out California chief among them Colorado this ensures that Sanders is still going to have a big lead it's no secret that at what the Democratic Party is trying to do is rally all of its forces it's trying to do with the Republican Party never could to try to get an anti Sanders candidate the way that the Republican Party wanted to get in twenty sixteen and anti trump candidate the reason that Donald Trump is president today is the fact that there were so many Republicans running for the nomination that truck could win justice Sanders has been with twenty thirty percent of the vote what was so shocking about Joe Biden wasn't that he won South Carolina everybody knew we was going to win South Carolina the fact that the media is playing it as this big surprise old my goodness what was shocking was the margin that he won in what was shocking was that there were more South Carolina especially black voters down there who flocked to Bernie Sanders that Bernie Sanders didn't get the momentum with black voters that he got with with chinos after Nevada bieten needed every other candidate who could possibly take votes from M. out what's going to continue to kill him is Michael Bloomberg and tonight we're gonna find out whether Michael Bloomberg literally wasted half a billion dollars on this vanity project of running for president because now the fire is too good to be trained on Bernie so much as it's going to be trained on Michael Bloomberg if he has anything short of a miraculous showing her he actually tops Biden in a couple of states the pressure for him to drop out into endorsed Biden and to use all of his billions to try to stop Bernie Sanders first and then to stop Donald Trump is gonna be incredible
Facebook is changing its political ad policy
"Facebook is adjusting its political ad it policy about paid political messages the policy change comes after democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg exploited a loophole and sent promotional messages about his campaign on Instagram accounts of personalities that target a younger audience the change covers what Facebook calls branded content advertisers pay the influential personality directly to post about their brand Facebook doesn't make any money from this and does not considerate advertising in one of Bloomberg's messages he asked can you post a meme that lets everyone know I'm the coal candidate posted is a photo of the candidate wearing baggy Chino shorts an orange polo and is there but
'Can you post a meme?': Facebook changes ad rules after Bloomberg exploits loophole
"Facebook is adjusting its political ad it policy about paid political messages the policy change comes after democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg exploited a loophole and sent promotional messages about his campaign on Instagram accounts of personalities that target a younger audience the change covers what Facebook calls branded content advertisers pay the influential personality directly to post about their brand Facebook doesn't make any money from this and does not consider it advertising and one of Bloomberg's messages he asked can you post a meme that lets everyone know I'm the coal candidate posted is a photo of the candidate wearing baggy Chino shorts an orange polo and is there but best
Facebook changes ad policy after Bloomberg hired influencers
"Facebook is adjusting its political ad a policy about paid political messages the policy change comes after democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg exploited a loophole and sent promotional messages about his campaign on Instagram accounts of personalities that target a younger audience the change covers what Facebook calls branded content advertisers pay the influential personality directly to post about their brand Facebook doesn't make any money from this and does not considerate advertising in one of Bloomberg's messages he asked can you post a meme that lets everyone know I'm the coal candidate posted is a photo of the candidate wearing baggy Chino shorts an orange polo and is there but
Facebook to allow paid political messages that aren't ads
"Facebook is going to allow paid political messages that art adds the policy change comes after democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg exploited a loophole and sent promotional messages about his campaign on Instagram accounts of personalities that target a younger audience the change covers what Facebook calls branded content advertisers pay the influential personality directly to post about their brand Facebook doesn't make any money from this and does not consider it advertising and one of Bloomberg's messages he asked can you post a meme that lets everyone know I'm the coal candid it posted is a photo of the candidate wearing baggy Chino shorts an orange polo and is there but best I'm AT Donahue
Do genetic ancestry tests know if youre Palestinian? A cautionary tale of race and science
"Welcome welcome to size friction on the tension ritual in. Today's episode is Genomic Science to go to striking story for you of the shocks. You can engage when you take a genetic ancestry tests and the problems are not in your Diana. They are in the science. Oh man so so I want you to make mercury eight to buy. Oh my gosh. So she's an American Palestinian cartoonist illustrator. Leaving in Brooklyn New York and when Shae Shea started to draw well I kind of helped his stop making sense of the world. When I was younger all I wanted to do withdraw from Warwick fantasy characters? who were you know exploring some fantasy world adventuring trying to figure out the meaning of war? Yeah you Matz I. She was an intense keyed. He'd sigh relate to that. I'm not even joking. That was my first comic when I was like thirteen or fourteen trying to figure out the meaning of war yes the law plot. What was really hard? Core rate was trying to figure out the world her family stories. We're helping figure out a self my family. So my my Palestinian side of the family were originally from Ramallah they came to the US in the sixties after the nineteen sixty seven war. And and. That's where my father. My mother my mother is mostly of British and Scottish ancestry and they met in DC and the register and Marguerite was born. She grew up in San Francisco but she understood whole lot about the deep heritage in history. If if family I lived with a lot of my extended family on my father's side and and the constantly I mean I think it's a very Palestinian thing to talk about loss. I'm sorry to say Palestine and talk about what was lost in talk about how it was and things like that so I heard very much about out where we were from and how it was there and everything and there is actually a book. That is a congenial logical history of Ramallah so my family needs to say his in this book. This is actually a book that was done maybe thirty years ago. There's actually a recent effort to update the books so this is kind of a big thing and it's very much a Palestinian thing to try to keep memory alive. It's a need to assure after that. Hey you know we exist who've had the we had this entire history. We're going to write it somewhere. We're going to you know. Put it somewhere. I wish I could've seen Palestine back in the day honestly because it just sounds really chill a nice. I'd like to go okay. Okay so mercury thought. She had a pretty clear idea about her ancestry but then she sped into a test tube. Well first half-brother on her father's side spat into a test tube. He decided on a whim to take a day and I taste and he got the results back in he was just blake. Yeah you might want to take a look at these results. He's her kind of weird. Well we'd in an intriguing conaway. Our understanding ending was that from my Dad's side. We were fully half Palestinian half Arab but these results they suggested something different so so we were just like what so marguerite decided to do an ancestry test to this was back in two thousand sixteen. They went through twenty three and me did the all spit in a tube and she said it off to the company twenty-three May and literally Chino. Even more surprises would be in store for her so the saliva gets to our partner lab. The DNA is extracted from that. and My name Ms Joanna Mountain and I'm senior. Director of research at twenty three and me and previously at Stanford with Joanna also did her PhD and specialized in human evolutionary evolutionary genetics. So when customers sign on with the genetic testing and Analysis Company twenty-three May which is headquartered in Silicon Valley. He's what what happens to this speech sample around a half. A million positions in the DNA are analyzed and we get the genetic variants at those half million positions genetic knitting variant. Now that just means some kind of unique variation in your genomes deny say quance so then twenty three and me use an automated computerized Haraz prices to p different stretches or windows of your day and I and then I compare those two James off a reference group made up of individuals individuals from different populations globally. Now what ethnicities are present or missing from that reference group. That's K. as you'll he'll IDA and and we look at each one of these little windows and we say to which people is this individual most genetically similar and we continue as we stroll along the genome looking and saying well at this point this genome looks very similar to people from say Iberia and then we get a little further down in. Wow it looks similar to people from commoner and even in further down. It looks similar to people from Ireland. So there's a method we have that classifies each little patch of the genome by saying. Is this more similar to people from Ireland Orland or from France and then the algorithm says okay the probability that's from Ireland and appropriately. France in whichever is highest. Is the winner there so then we patch it all together come up with percentages for each individual so it's a multi step process and that's what we present to the customer okay so back back to margarite radium waiting for the results from twenty three and May to land in her inbox and sure enough. I got I got the results back and Some of them made sense. You know I knew enough about my mother's side of the family told me that okay. HALF OF ME is British and Scottish Scottish. Okay cool makes sense what came next made very little sense to her. Other half is going on percent Italian Elian it said thirty five percent Italian and then the rest was Arab Specifically Oh what did it say. Think specifically had said western Western Asian or something they actually tried to give me a breakdown of what regions of Italy it came from but they couldn't actually detect wherein Italy. It came from at all Wade. It'll Italian come from and actually I think is sweet coincidence. Is it true that your husband is Italian. My husband is Italian and I did actually when I got the test I did ask him like do I look talion. He was just like no suddenly just like that. Migrate was possibly thirty percent Italian and only fifteen percent western Asian and north African and canete slightly saving detail that she is Palestinian heritage. We'll wait until you hear what happened. Win Twenty Twenty three and may updated her results two years later. It's fairly incredible. I though Hel genetically different we really well at the genome scale there. Her over three billion nucleotides that make up our genome. So My name is Sarah Tishkov and I may professor of genetics awesome biology at the University of Pennsylvania and she's hugely influential Sarah and colleagues published the first pipe to support the out of Africa hypothesis of human migration using analysis of the DNA inside cells Nuclei and has conducted the largest studies of genetic variation in in African populations. We differ at about. I would say less than point. One percent of the genome. So that's a relatively small mall amount of difference to give you an idea of we. Compared the human genome to a chimp genome. It differs at about one point. Five percent of the genome less than point point one percent and yet what is contained within that variation that difference the majority of variation is not functional and in fact that variation is very useful for making inferences about evolutionary history about population history demographic McGrath history tracing migration events and so on the part of the genome it actually is influencing variable traits is important for understanding how how we adapted to different environments during human evolution and also understanding why some people are more at risk for certain diseases than others
"chino" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Has interred in Chino in break at a landfill start in Chino hills at stories coming up at the bottom of the hour at five thirty five twenty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives usually sick off in upland on December Dino freeway I want to start out with this because I want you to watch out for a dog he's on the ten eastbound at Euclid sitting in the second lane from the left see a trees heading there and I hope they can get him off the freeway before he gets hit I am seeing a growing stretch of brake lights in Torrance it's because of that three car crash on the four five northbound before Artesia one of those cars overturned it's blocking the left lane also could be some debris on the freeway as well so you were on and off the brakes on the four oh five north bound from Crenshaw in Lynnwood new accident on the seven ten north bound at imperial highway seven cars are several cars hit the center divider wall C. H. B. is heading there and going to try to make sure those cars get off the freeway off to the right shoulder Caltrans work in mid city is causing some brake lights this is on the Santa Monica freeway ten west bound it will bring up road work has you down to two lanes also the la Brea Exeter shut down things are pretty sick right now from a Brea to Crenshaw and heads up in Arcadia I want you to watch out for a big box this is on the two ten east bound between Baldwin Avenue and Santa Anita Boulevard then go head you down the mission Viejo on the five north bound for crown valley parkway car is facing sideways in the carpool lane and Caltrans has created some slowing the for the last several hours to Westminster doesn't look too bad now the Caltrans is working on both sides of the four or five from beach Boulevard to Bolsa chica the two right lanes shut down and that road work is really affecting the northbound side it had been slow all the way from brokers your next report is at five thirty five I'm really sick off with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio partly cloudy windy today strong winds blowing through tomorrow morning Mar high it's gonna be the sixties low tonight the forty Sony warmer tomorrow with highs in the mid seventies currently.
California expands local quarantine to halt citrus disease spread by aphid-like bug
"Citrus industry could be in trouble a quarantine zone has been expanded in an effort to stop stop the the spread spread of of something something called called citrus citrus greening greening disease disease the the new new area area includes includes an an additional additional one one hundred hundred seven seven square square miles miles in in the the cities cities of of corona corona Norco Norco and and parts parts of of Chino Chino the the quarantine quarantine zone is more than eleven hundred square miles in parts of riverside San Bernadino LA in Orange County citrus greening is spread by a bug that eventually kills
What the WSJ Personal Tech Team Got Right About 2019
"Holidays are a time for traditions and one of our favorites at the beginning of every year. The Wall Street Journal's Personal Tech Team publishes their our predictions for the year ahead the tax that they think will shape the year to come. That Crystal Ball isn't always as clear as we think it will be so we thought we take a look back back at two thousand eighteen but they got right and what they missed to do that. We've got our personal team here with us in the studio editor Wilson Rothman and our columnist Joanna Stern so so having looked back at your predictions for twenty nineteen. What do you think I was right about? Everything but Wilson was wrong about everything throwing some hilarious ways. I was wrong about a couple of things. I think the biggest thing I feel not great that I said was that in this year would get a big software face. Lift for the IPHONE and we didn't get that. I really assumed that this would be the year. Apple would break from tradition and stop at the grid of icons or do something to shake things up a little bit in that regard because we knew we the next big hardware facelift. But we didn't get that. I like to say it will happen next year. But my feeling is just apple is going to keep us on this grid of icons for the rest of our. We did get that little ipad facelift which might have been the thing that kind of misled us. Wilson's right I was right as per usual and Done the IRA. Let's get. Let's get in the big picture twenty eighteen so two years ago it was really bad year for the tech industry It was really kind of the big evil we saw facebook. CEO Mark Sucker. Berg spent the year kind of apologizing for a whole bunch of stuff privacy blunders platform and self driving cars at a bunch of bumps in the road. You guys is thought. The two thousand eighteen was going to be a year of reckoning but he said it was gonna be the return of optimism that tax a force for good in some ways in the world. I I think we were wrong about that. It was good there were certainly Continued to be quite the backlash over the number of months. But I think what we did see was a little bit of a slowing slowing down and I think we were right about that innovation. Not only sort of slowing down and not seeing brand new things to be super excited about seeing a lot of these companies sort of just carefully carefully make announcements and really think about the backlash of some of those things. I would say the one place where we didn't see that was facebook announcement of libra. I think that's sort of A. That was a big black eye for them and we think that will be something. That's pretty big in two thousand twenty again as as they try to forge their way through the cryptocurrency water. They're not behaving a humbled company. The fact they put their brand name on instagram and WHATSAPP. I mean this is not a company. That's concerned learned about having a bad reputation. Even though two thousand eighteen was a year where they spent a lot of time apologizing so yeah that took me by surprise but I don't think the the the consequence. I don't think they're not facing consequences all right. Let's shift gears. We were talking about self driving cars and and the idea that robots we're going to be delivering all of our food and that we were GONNA have superhighways a self driving cars. And what did you predict for twenty nineteen gene. What's come to pass? You know I think we were not right necessarily on the adoption of the robots. But I think we were right to talk about food delivery. It was a big year for for food delivery from all of these major companies. Sort of figuring out. What they're landscape needs in terms of how many food delivery companies do we need post mates do do we need to do? We need door ash. We need all of these all of them sort of trying to out each other so to speak and then we also had some reckoning with some of those companies as we had a door dash with a big Sort of backlash to their tipping Policy Uber figuring out. How they're gonNA take Uber? Eats in new directions so we were wrong but it was is a big year for food delivery so one of the other areas we saw huge movement in this year was streaming. Apple had already announced. It was going to go industry Ming at the end of last year You looked at to that launch and Disney plus and and said net flicks would be making a lot of noise in the movie business. How's that all netted out at the end of the the air we got seventy streaming service three and a half hour? Martin Scorsese movie on Netflix. Let's just be clear how that's netted out. Why they couldn't talk him into making into six very easy digest episodes? I don't know but that's your answer. Right there. D- netflix decided. Because all this competition was coming they were GONNA make a big statement and the way they made their statement was finding like one of the most famous and lauded filmmakers and the cast de Niro Pacino Chino Harvey Keitel. I mean it's like all these people I were sure we're alive or dead but I remember great movies by them so everything Wilson just said every the streaming was one of the number one stories of the year it will continue into twenty twenty and a big big way Disney has launched apple has launched. What's coming next year you've got HBO? Max You're going to have peacock peacock from NBC. You'RE GONNA have qube from Katzenberg and Meg Whitman. These are this is just this nonstop and I think twenty twenty will be a year of sort the reckoning figuring out what consumers are willing to pay for. And we're actually going to have time to watch. It's too much stuff to watch but this this was the year era of just everything gets thrown against the wall. All of the cutting edge technology and the connectivity and automation a lot of that depends on improving our networks irks and one of the big things that we thought was going to happen. This year was five G. out for you. What Am I? Best weeks of the year was traveling. The country looking for five. Jesus weddings phone's breaking and phone sweating in phone's breaking it was it was. It was very hot again. WE'RE NOT RE wrong here. They laid the groundwork for what's going to happen in twenty twenty which is really stream five G. adoption with big phone maker saying our mainstream phones or five G. This year we saw it with Samsung. LG Some of the other phone manufacturers releasing one phone or two phones at support five G. all of the four big carriers at and T. Rising T. mobile sprint released. Their five G. Networks. You can now get it in multiple cities every morning. I wake up to other. PR emails pitches from Verizon. At telling any some other small city has five G. now. Is it ready yet for all of us snow. That was this year. This was the I did a piece. I went out into Five cities these are four cities and The companies did not want me to test but I went out there and did not work out so well. The phones were just not supporting the five G. networks when it was super hot Out really above eighty five degrees so this is the year they were working out the kinks. And that's the thing it's like just because five G. is in your hometown like we said you drive around for two hours to find it and then you have to at once you find it not move out of a very small area just like exactly the opposite instead of five G. is supposed to be right it's supposed to be able to propel those self driving cars. It's supposed to be able to do all the big operation systems in our in our cities and help us with our connectivity into all of these different things though it wouldn't make a lot of sense he'd have to drive around like that to live up to the promise you would have to have have far more reliable service than we have now with four G. because it's about lightning-fast no latency connection between two objects that are travelling at sixty five miles an hour free way. They're supposed to be aware of each other and if they can't be at all times and mind you. How long does it take to have an accident? split-second right right that's gone doesn't work right exactly all right so looking back on all of this. You guys thought you did a pretty good job. We're right we're wrong all right. What is your grade? What grade do you give yourselves for your predictions for twenty nineteen b minus was going to be plus? Okay Ebi we average out to be. I think that's about right. What's the one thing that you did not see coming this year? I think we captured a lot of it on this list. I I guess I would say I mean the we work story. We wouldn't have never seen coming. I mean Eliot side coming we Elliott. I thought the Harry Potter Ayar game would be amazing because the POKEMON game is amazing. And Harry Potter is amazing. It was horrible when we ran a story story. That was just like this thing doesn't work and it's sad because that's beloved Franchisee. No yeah well Rothman Janitor and thanks for joining
"chino" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"A Ricky Chino in here this morning it does some new petitions out for medical marijuana well they're accepting them the only Ohio state medical board is now accepting new petitions through the end of the year for those seeking to add illnesses to the list of qualifying conditions for medical marijuana treatment right now there are twenty one approved illnesses including aids cancer epilepsy Parkinson's disease and for the first time the board will be opening up a public comment period begin after its January eighth meetings will have more information on that as that date approaches but that earlier this year the board rejected petitions for anxiety and autism spectrum disorders as qualifying conditions so this might be you know a little difficult to to get more put on the list should at least opening up the public discussion now in taking look at its but the final decisions on any petitions that are put in as it's it's not expected for several months so it's could be this time next year before we even find out if they're gonna get added on to their so for two years or a or two yeah you never know how things go as to how things have gone with this medical marijuana program since I got under way yeah that it could be it could be awhile but petitions are being accepted now through the end of the year more details on that can be found on the state medical boards website right what you guys do is six thirty what today's expected be one of the busiest travel days of the year right now though things at CVG running pretty smooth will have all those details coming up forty minutes these radio seven hundred W. welding you may want to hear this about traveling a new study says Ohio drivers are the most dangerous in the nation did you hear this study all man it's a everybody is in here is a we're number one did it in the study from insurer of five found in Ohio has the highest share of drivers with traffic infractions now here's to add insult here to this injury Kentucky ranked in the bottom ten states meaning Kentucky inns are safer drivers then we here in Ohio now the analysts compared the number of drivers with infractions against the total population of drivers to determine the state with a higher share of offending drivers in the country that's according to insure a five and no hiring to worse overall Virginia has the most speeding infractions main it has the most accidents in Wyoming has the most D. U. ice mmhm if you can drink and drive in Wyoming nobody cares so if you're traveling to I guess.
"chino" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Forty on KNX Chino police officer serving a drug related search warrant at a home shot and killed an unarmed Chinese immigrant and now that man's family is suing the city limits your hands the one who didn't speak English and wasn't armed was killed as he was seen standing behind a door in the house that contain fifteen hundred marijuana plants Ryan Dunn one of the attorneys representing the family is talking about that body cam footage you'll see that after the words or other children her hands are let me see your hands the shooting of Mississippi we've never heard of justification for this done says the family is seeking justice and most importantly corks we're here because we want this to happen the attorneys are getting help from one of the top forensic scientist in the world doctor Henry Lee we reached out to the Chino police department for comment the San Bernardino sheriff's department is investigating the shooting rob archer KNX in seventy newsradio about police body cam videos on our website K. at X. ten seventy dot com please be aware that it is graphic LA county sheriff Alex visa waiver says he's taken action against the deputy accused of lying about being shot by a sniper in Lancaster as of last night David Angell Reynosa is no longer employed by the Los Angeles county sheriff's department or by the county of Los Angeles again by law I am unable to discuss a confidential piece off of personal matters and I can expect good on why he did what he did he says as far as the criminal investigation help present information at the LA county DA's office which will then decide whether to pursue charges being away apologized to Lancaster for any inconvenience this incident because it's part of massive law enforcement response the LA times reported right now as I had been disciplined before for being dishonest but it's unclear exactly what he did whiskey does seem to be more annoying than usual for people around southern California officials say Miskito activity is worse this summer mostly because of a second type of buscado that's invaded the region the eighties Miskito bites during the day and can get you even through your clothes a lot of people are seeing like large welts and that's only because this this mosquito is invasive and our bodies are not used to them so that's why we're we're seeing well Sir a different kind of reaction that's a nice Medina D. as of the greater LA a vector county vector control district coming up single order then I'm in the ninety one east will check that in three minutes is the Jack black's as a crazy to think about all the things we learned in school that we never use again but what about the really important stuff our classes didn't cover like proper financial No Way Out thank of America has you covered with tips on saving budgeting all the better.
"chino" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Chino hills neighborhood and even destroys one home plus Dan coats is out as director of national intelligence I'm Jan Stevens the stories coming up after a CBS covers the news it's seven o'clock using the S. news on the hour real news regional reporting I'm Sam looking at Dan coats is leaving as director of national intelligence president trump says will be gone August fifteenth Anne's nominating Texas Republican congressman John Radcliffe for the job went from forty this was Texas congressman John Radcliffe last week standing up for president trump is the house intelligence committee question former special counsel Robert Muller nowhere does it say that you were to conclusively determine Donald trump's innocence or that the special counsel report should determine whether or not to exonerate him now just days later the president he defended says you will nominate Rockcliffe to replace Dan coats as the nation's top intelligence official in two and a half years in that job ex senator coats occasionally found himself on a frequency other than the president's on matters like Russia Iran and North Korea Tom forty eight CBS news Washington breaking news out of Gilroy California where police are responding to reports of a possible active shooter or shooters at the annual Gilroy garlic festival video posted to social media apparently shows people scrambling to get away we'll bring you more details as we get them authorities are searching for two shooters they believe open fire to community festival in Brooklyn New York the shooting late last night left one man dead another person in critical condition ten others wounded faced with criticism that his comments about an African American congressmen are races president from says no the congressman is the real racist he treats that Elijah Cummings is ignoring what it calls a rat and rodent infested district university of Virginia political analyst Larry Sabato sees a trump strategy behind this he not only doesn't like Cummings but he's convinced this is helping him politically he sees this as a way to shore up the white working class in places like Pennsylvania Michigan and Wisconsin he needs that to Kerry at least two of the three to get reelected coming says every morning he wakes up and goes to fight for his neighbors ABC correspondent least assesses international officials have been meeting in Vienna trying to save a nuclear deal with Iran which the United States has rejected all the other signatories were there China Russia Germany are of the Europeans they were all there and sending a strong message that they want to try to salvage the nuclear deal this landmark deal even though it's quite frankly hanging by a thread a spokeswoman says Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is in satisfactory condition after being hospitalized for what's described as a severe allergy attack while in jail the valley was taken to a hospital from the Moscow detention facility where is serving a thirty day sentence for calling an unsanctioned protest his spokesman says not only has no history of allergies and arrived at the hospital with severe facial swelling and red skin rashes this is CBS news did.
"chino" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Mccain is Preston. Chino's out today, we wish her well. You very much income lace sitting to my left is that fellow that comes from time to time from American senior communities. He's the marketing guy, I think he's a doctor of love his name is Don. Dr Jagua Ghana Ghana glue grown a non. Nah. Nah. Hey, my that's my walkup song. Myself with the microphone, Jeff. Myers here. If you didn't catch that from American senior community is good friends, Jeffrey, how are you? I'm fantastic today. How are you? I'm good. I'm glad you're here with us. You'll stick around throughout the show today. I know Dr Ray Ostrom is going to be joining us here in a few minutes user, anything excuse me, you need to get out of the way before we get to our. I know we can jump right on end. Do it. We've got Stacie small registered dietitian. Joining us today. I'm doing good. Thanks. Good. Good. Thanks for joining us. We're gonna talk about all kinds of good stuff with Stacy here in the next few minutes, mainly about foods that help promote brain health and also supplements that promote brain health, you're all kinds of things don't drink the caffeine. Do drink the caffeine. Eat the b twelve and all kinds of stuff. So stay safe is going to set a straight today. Okay. All right. What are your top ten ten time for ten? What? The five main.
"chino" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Very very public very well known that we've seen very open collusion at least says the time of filmer recruits the leap a chino film which was one of the first ones to openly directly work with the ci in creating the narrative featuring liaison consulting on films like chase brandon and milt bearden a former cia operatives who worked with holly so this is very well known but actually this goes back to the game those of cold war or excuse me of british spy fiction when you had graham greene going from in my five am i six operation so that writing a spy fiction so the world's of section and the arts and spies actually have a long history that goes back to glove theatre but in terms of hollywood yes that's that's been there for a long time but only been public really sets the recruit came out right after nine eleven that was kind of a recruitment type of film what we actually saw this kind of collusion presented in film itself in the movie wag the dog do you recall the character conrad brean played by robert deniro who's working with consultant he's working with dustin hoffman character is a top hollywood producer and of course some people think that might be the cia and cube route you know symbolically towards say but but even films like wag the dog show this relationship and that was in the nineties so this that was nineteen ninety seven i think so you know this is this has been even presented in films prior to it being known as something public post two thousand or so why do you suppose hollywood is is so vitriolic in its opposition to the trump administration yeah that's a good question i think that it seems to kind of be like a giant pulse i mean i don't know how else to put it oh that are being a giant colt and anyone who even kind of mildly send something pro trump has the the fear of being blacklisted which is pretty crazy because that's this shows that there's not really any kind of free thoughts and the arts is not a realm of freedom you create seventy like one might think it's completely politicized even though you have such a contingent of the deep state being very very connected to hollywood the defense connected hollywood is really that left democrat side of things that that radical approach and so there's really not tolerate in that kind of a physician that ironically house itself as loving and intolerance is in fact in reality very officer i was noticing that james woods terrific actor was recently i and i follow his twitter account just because it can be so outrageous and so at times let's face it politically incorrect it's kind of almost refreshing but he was recently on july the fourth actually he was fired by his agent his agents said i'm feeling patriotic today i'm firing james woods as my client which was kind of kind of interesting but it does it speaks to a certain hypocrisy that's coming out of hollywood love james woods or hate him but the idea that you know being patriotic now means you fire people that have a different political viewpoint so you know the the other interesting thing in well we we can we can start this conversation now and then take it on the other side of the break and that is i don't know how you feel about the hollywood's coverage of the whole ufo et phenomenon i don't know if you write about this or research this but to me it's interesting because there are two sort of two messages coming out of hollywood we have the movies like war of the worlds which tell us that et's are you know they're they have a an various motive they're here to destroy us and then we have you know spielberg's movie e t which tells us that the aliens are you know there are cosmic cousins and so forth i'd like to get your take on on the messaging as far as you f os in et's from hollywood go on the other side j dire is with us esoteric hollywood if you don't have it go out and get it it's a must read here's paul mccartney sir paul taking us into the break with too many people on coast to coast am.
"chino" Discussed on Short Story Long
"This person who you can't communicate with because she speaks different languages pretty much expecting you to be there when she wakes up and so it took me a few years to figure that out but we did and she came up to new york and right at that time that's when i began to apply all these things i learn on buses and trains in interviews with some of the world's most talented compelling artistic people and those appeared in esquire magazine the columns called what i've learned and and it took me to meet muhammad ali mikhail gorbachev and alpa chino and richard branson hundreds of people in that in its own way was another trip around the world i bet in so everything that i tend to do in the future i really have prepared myself with adventure from the past and it's one is just led me into the next the next to the next and now i never really thought that i would be comfortable in front of a camera or microphone with fence and now look at me i i saw this jacket on the rack outside your offense and i said now that is cool and then i saw the camera and i said you know count why not buy sit up look fashionable drums all about fashion go so i don't see i i would never look as cool as you do in a tshirt stop it i mean it's true i'm telling you man you are underestimating your style now tshirt it won't t shirt.
"chino" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"And crafts it's free and you can actually bring your dog if your dog is on a leash a double check that parades one of the highlights looking like corona marching bands dancers equestrian antique cars it starts at six in corona and merrill ends with a big party fiesta chino is doing an air show more than fifty historic planes at the chino airport all in celebration of cinco de mayo and it's going to be perfect weather for everybody to be outside yes indeed all right let's get your trending report tanya okay well riano was on the cover of vogue june issue and she gets really raw and open about a lot of things but one thing that i think a lot of people can relate to is age and expectations around i just turned thirty in february and she said that so now that i'm thirty are there things i'm supposed to do should i be worried should i be free my eggs what do you do at thirty and i think when we all these milestone ages we have these expectations that we put on ourselves you know like for me i thought by twenty had be married with the child and here i am not married no child and then she also opened up about her rumored boyfriend has gone jameel and what most people really want to know is kind of the state of her and drake right now and she's point blank said we don't have a friendship were not enemies either it is what it is interesting because well sometimes to break something that's going back and forth back and forth you have to say look no bad feelings but we have to cut cold turkey.
"chino" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"Did you one person away from me there was one person you know between me and al chino kept like just looking at him sideways you know just like leaning over to just to to try and get as much of a look at him as possible and he was just like everyone else there he really was just like a life another fifty and you know and we we were talking about talking about the play and talking about acting and i just remember him saying one thing in response to somebody i don't know what the original statement was that he was responding to but i just remember him saying well that's it man you know all the world's stage and the stage is your world alsaid that she she was just like really supportive of the people in that group who were doing that that you know little play at the stress burgers shoot and when you think of like you know when you look back you know obviously you know people know you've done a bunch of shit and but but you know i mean we we share this like our love of these actors and there's like a handful of guys that you know there's there's new guys that come along that we love and respect but there's like a handful of guys you know that me and you have talked about over the years over over and over and over and over and over endlessly al pacino deniro dustin hoffman marlon brando john cassahun.
"chino" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"What do i know and there was a picture of matt lauer on one of them and i just thought to myself why i mean if you're if you're writing about the criminal case or something you know on allegations of somebody then that's one thing why do i care about a failed by the way socalled celebrity these people are supposed to be celebrities former anchors are supposed to be celebrities and we're supposed to care that he walks in out pacino walked out before he walked in all did alba chino have a crowd probably i just i who then is in i'm going to guess if it's an exotic restaurant restaurant that most of us probably would bypass to go to mcdonalds right down the street and the fact that he went in alone wasn't greeted by the throngs right aid his meal and left in under an hour well then i'm extremely sad because my life is extremely pitiful so so as i had read this earlier and i told you about it and i was just kind of scratching my head and you said you gotta find that so as i was looking for it there was another version of it from page six seventy six his housekeeper as probably always gonna get food for him.
"chino" Discussed on WGTK
"Letter to congress telling them to keep their hands off our our tax cut savings because the money you're saving is yours not there's go to tax cuts work dot com check your savings like congress no you wanna keep those savings meanwhile i i wanted to respond on this letter from chino hills california from david who doesn't like the idea that i tried to call attention to the fact that we all feel sometimes very sad but it's necessary to to euthanize a dog to put down a dog if the dog suffering and very very old we do that but the same people who do that and are willing to do that and understand that to be an act of mercy many of them will not do that with grandma or mom and dad or any other human being and why not what's the difference and the difference i believe it's not that people think this consciously though some do the difference is and the reason that religious people are so much less likely to support socalled mercy killing is because religious people recognize that human beings are created in god's image it's a basic teaching there is something different about human beings than any other animal right that there is such thing as a soul and i do think that which means that you treat the baby in the womb.
"chino" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast
"And chino legitimately alpha cheeto famous actor alpa chino star of such movies as i can only think of the terrible ones g lee and afternoon actually star of dog day after noon transphobic the godfather godfather movie i it's not it's something about like auber yeah so so yeah and shannon's and sue and let's let's get into the moral of the story is like you have to love your sister i guess but yeah like it yeah it honestly and i said this to you before we started recording it feels like this was an excuse for adam sandler to get a paid vacation for him and his family yeah kind of and i gotta tell you i don't fault him for that because sure like honestly if i was in that position sure i might have put a little bit more thought into the script and the production of it but aren't you fancy i know right yeah but you know i'm not gonna fault the guy for basically wanting to take his family on vacation at that in itself isn't a problem yeah i can't fault him on all the other fun stuff so let's start faulting start what's up with the fun stuff so why don't we start with some characters so let's start with so we've already talked a little bit about jack we've talked a little bit about jill and specifically the problems that we have there is a an i'm on the fence about saying.
"chino" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"We have to do what is best for the organisation moving forward that means evaluating every position i told eli this morning that an organization could add ask for any more in a franchise quarterback he has been that and more nobody knows what the future holds but right now this is what we think is best for the franchise chino smith is best for the franchise or is that that ally manning is still upright and that's best for the franchise comedian eli manning careful i don't have a voice that high i love this from davis web if you had a male rush more of not only new york giants put new york athletes he'd be on good for you davis webb who actually bread is college bullet cow but good for you they're worse of quotes to from chad wheeler which i'm going to see if i can find all the offensive line now he started the last couple of games at i wanted to i wanted to pass those law we couldn't find the audio but they were pretty reverential as well and you don't recognize how much you young players are in awe of getting the chance to play with a guy like ally until you hear what they have to say until something like this happens and then there are asked to give their perspective so you can find me on twitter at a law radio a lot of you weighing in some funny some serious some indignant some upset some still incredulous deal is trying to make a joke i say we get the tendency volunteer fans to come to new york and push ben and jerry's out the door meaning bed macadamia in jerry wreath who's the general manager i don't know that that mac adult is long for this world i don't he's that how do they keep him you betcha you i mating which you keep bed makah do that certainly not happening is the only reason that makhubu has a job is because of ally so yeah i don't i don't they could very well make.
"chino" Discussed on LWAF
"He's talking about scarface the alpe chino movie and i was like under seen it is like what is it we're going home right now and we literally left school at like third period and we went home we watch scarface and that bathroom seemed asain saw it would it i mean it had me so like all the trained not to watch but like watching and it's pacinos performance and just everything wrapped up into one but you know he goes in their thinking he's a big shine he's gonna make a deal most often just it so gruesome in it's so gory and it's a it had me just kinda tied up in knots watching that it's a really great with that's that's actually in my opinion worst chainsaw stuff than texas chainsaw massacre as louis area because it because you get they show at all i mean they like textiles iding does a great job of implying most of the violence this does not bill there's no like your of your lodging this and you're watching on what's going on today it's jackets their hosts space and this is this did this weapons of destruction yeah is it a close space and and the the way that they they the the menacing way that they toyed with when montagna at the time they're just like this day see what this year buddy in on they just and there you're just like oh my the he's in a world that he did did not expect uh you know and and i don't know a better way to introduce him into a role that he had no idea he was getting into than than that so you gotta call and moving on to the chainsaw theme when i first text is a massacre that whole movie i mean from the beginning when they pick up the guy on the side of the road and he's playing with fire and all the weird shit that he's doing all the way through your complete completely unsettled the entire movie it's the point they do it and it's fantastic for me the scariest seen is when she's at the dinner table with the family because the whole time you're completely terrified about what's happening to these people and especially when these they set it up at like this is a true story you're sick oh my.
"chino" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Now now low liam the now renata neighborhood happy man exports of week is going down in the neighborhood is going to get it to phone tap on the team this is bounty hunter reservation relieved the drives the reserve a baker role for some criminal days transferring from our praise it in hawaii did chino prison in california aaa is going to get it he of tap all the teams ready a real ninety two three la's over here pop big boy the qiao colonel kiki i was one of the speedy someone about making a reservation for tonight fourparty of eleven on megan my monitor okay thank you yes are you doing spoke with someone of coming through it a party of eleven four tonight for dinner where extraditing several criminals from hawaii to prison terms her which is leupolu fake concern is that we have barely coming through ceremony i'm i'm not trying to say oh you guys got to bring a dragon understand exactly where you guys are coming from because we are dealing with of course i'm very very violent criminals you right one gotta we have to bring in he break saudi shakes allowed him he's known to spit at people so this been time we had the tranquillising just even on his last extradited former try to protect my gut who are here now do the chairs upstairs to have arms on no okay because we do have the key the criminals tank of uh by don't have probably just make them from left to right we don't need any you attempts was on the table as far as by forks and knives or anything would act of somebody is ours elderly yet he now i'm getting i'm getting a little get it on the whole thing law after you with which is saved dummy because i can't get david you won't be plunged in your throat go uh dis dis one guy by the name against iranian doesn't really make you know people look at him in his eyes so you take command a he has a red rag is tied round trai said we'll go to feed them give the gift of the.