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"compton but east" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

05:51 min | Last week

"compton but east" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Gonna start by examining america's eighties crack epidemic in south central. Then we'll meet lonnie. In today's time line we're the majority of the episode will take place the nineteen eighties. The los angeles metro areas places so much wealth and promised for some other such a hopeless crime-filled city. I guess it's still that way and parts. Neighborhoods so crazy. Beverly hills neighborhood perhaps traditionally symbolic of success and wealth than any other neighborhood in america rodeo. Drive people only about fifteen miles away from the roughest parts of south central fifty miles away from such a different world especially back in the eighties and nineties and by the way there are parts of south litter fantastic great neighborhoods. This is speaking in. General general generalities there. We go because they don't wanna get bogged down in well. Actually this one st. But i would actually. This little block is fine just bogged down too much already a lot info to cover here today. The watts neighborhood south central in the area around it just north of compton just east inglewood were allowed today. story takes. Place has a median household income based on the most recent data. Available of thirty seven thousand. Five hundred fifty three dollars. Beverly hills almost three times. That one hundred six thousand nine hundred thirty six dollars the poverty rate of beverly hills They do have some apartments not all mansions eight point. Two five percent poverty rate of watts thirty one point one percent and things in south central are much better now much better than they were. When lonnie started killing the murder rate for south-central and how it's changed over the years is a little hard to identify because most crime stats. For southcentral get lumped into overall l. a. crime stats but according to area vibes dot com which ranks neighborhoods across the country in various categories. Compared to the national average beverly hills has twenty one percent less violent crime than the national average while watts has three hundred and twenty one percent more crime than the national average and again used to be much worse than that according to the l. a. times the nation's response to the crack epidemic of the nineteen eighties and nineties destroyed rather than built up neighborhoods south central became an impoverished predominantly african american area with high crime rates and no job opportunities in the eighties crack dealers employed more south central residents than major companies like. At and t. ibm and xerox combined. What the fuck happened. How does central become what it became. Let's.

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"compton but east" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:26 min | 3 months ago

"compton but east" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I don't even watch TV, but they've got all these TV shows using the dollar. They think everything that they see for any When this watching here, they got to know that they got to overcome that initial hurdles. Just like New Year's resolutions. He's got to walk the first mile You want to America just walked the first mile hit the first piece of content out because once friends start to like once, people start to engage with you that gives you feedback on what you do next. And it's not the kind of thing you hired agency. You have to spend a lot of money. No, this is just you. And what I like to say is, can you create a one minute video? It could be a one minute video about why did you start your restaurant about your co founder? About a probably without selling? Because if you sound like you're selling and you're dead, you don't want to do that. So it simply starts with putting out content and getting yourself out there. CTO of bullets metrics, then issues joining us Right now we're here to inspire, inform and connect the community of entrepreneurs. Mark lack on business rock stars and joining us, Dennis You an expert and genius in the area of helping people not only get their message out there but help build a personal brand, and I love that you're saying people need to just put content because I struggle with it. I think a lot of people struggle with it. In the beginning. You're worried about what we're going to think you're worried you're going to say the right things. You're worried if the lighting or the quality isn't going to be good enough, the first one sucked your first one suck. My first interview is my first speaking engagement on stage is my first videos. My program. All that's the suck when you look back at it, but I love what you're saying is, you just have to go. Out. You just have to start doing it Is there a situation is their context where somebody maybe shouldn't be putting content out or is it just kind of like if you're serious? You're trying to sell products trying to impact the world you need to be creating content depends on who you're interviewing. So if you're in the area of health care and legal and finance that can cosmetic surgery. We have a couple cosmetic surgery clients. They can't just put stuff out there. There's HIPPA Krul's There's financial rules. But generally you can do this with permission. And you'd be surprised how often people give you permission. So let's say a customer. See your monitoring What's going on? On Yelp and Google and whatever someone checks and marks thing was really good. Whatever the product is the thing that you offer, and then you reply it's called Might wait. Consent. You reply. Can I quote you on that? And they say yes, sticking all your market materials. Say Wow, I'd really love you know, Next time you come in. I'd love to talk to you about you and your kind of thing. So when you think like a journalist, that's how you create this kind of power, and then you create a library And you want to have what we call a minion or a specialist that maintains this library for you Because you're busy entrepreneur find someone. It could be your kid. It could be Somebody who graduated U C L A. There's just lots. These people. Yeah, instead of working McDonald's that can work on your stuff. Let's shift gears real fast here. What's the worst job you ever had? Have you had? Have you had a worse job? And probably for Philip Morris. I was part of the cigarette recall that was, like 20 years ago. Well, they had some defective cigarettes from all borough and we had to go to destructive cigarette must have had, like some. It was a coin like maybe the tobacco was old or something like that. So we had to go from store to store. I remember. We were in Compton and East l A and going from store to store wearing my little bad saying Yes, I'm from Philip Morris and I have to take this. You have to give me all your cigarettes. Yeah. Give me all your Albro cigarette accident have been easy to do. Yeah, then I'm sure All the bombs are like trying to get our cigarettes from. Let's say I quickly learned that active cigarette if you don't choose what you want to do, someone's going to choose for you and I was just trying to make some money for summer, right? I didn't know any better. So you just said a powerful quote. If you don't choose somebody's gonna choose for you. I feel like a lot of times, people just in life. Today choose to go down the path of having a 9 to 5 job. At the end of the day. I feel like a lot of people have let others choose the path that they're supposed to live because of the way it used to be. But I feel like with exponential change in technology and other things in life. I think there's a lot of new opportunities out there that people can capitalize on. Um you know, the majority of the work force will be independent contractor son. So what is your advice for people out there who Maybe have a 9 to 5 job Right now. They're extremely passionate about entrepreneurship and want to have their Business trying to connect the pieces and I'm listening to shells like this. They just don't know what the right move is to make for them. What? What advice you have for that person be a keen observer of the passing world when you're working another job. Those contain the seeds to the next thing that you do, because you don't want to jump into something just because of my friend does it and I want to try to do it too. That's a disaster. You want to start with where you have the connections. Where do you have the expertise? Where can you already start something? Can you moonlight Maybe a lot of people, So I won't say the name of the person. But someone famous yesterday called for some emergency coaching and said, I'm not really happy in this kind of job. I want to do this other thing. And he said, Well, you can actually do both. And in fact, if you're really good at what you do, you're going to be a good employee. Ironically at that job at the same time, this build your personal brand. So, ironically, if you wanna start something else be the best employee that you can, because that probably is going to line with your expertise. Unless you're doing something that's so awful that you you don't you know, just doing that, like driving uber or whatever, you know 40% of the jobs out. There are contingent jobs. I mean, people are doing it part time just because they're trying to make a little extra money. I'm not saying become an expert in uber, but you Certainly have some kind of expertise. Build that network. Don't be so quick to try to jump out Vaynerchuk talks about that, too. You've got the moonlight. You gotta work twice as hard because you got to work two jobs in the interim until you can say all right. I'm gonna quit because you don't want to just quit and all of a sudden you're in trouble, Bill. If you've got kids and a mortgage that you be careful about that powerful stuff, then issue and then the myth the legend. Mark lack of business rock stars connecting a community of entrepreneurs. You can join us on Facebook, Twitter and online business rock stars dot com. These.

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"compton but east" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"compton but east" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Business rock stars and joining us, Dennis You an expert and genius in the area of helping people not only get their message out there but help build their personal brand, and I love that You're saying people need to just put continent because I struggle with it? I think a lot of people struggle with it. In the beginning. You're worried about what we're going to think You're worried you're going to say the right things. You're worried if the lighting or the Quality isn't going to be good enough. The first one sucked. The first one suck my first interviews. My for speaking engagements on stage is my first videos. My program. All that's the suck when you look back at it, but I love what you're saying is, you just have to get out. You just have to start doing it is there a situation is their context where somebody maybe shouldn't be putting content out or is it just kind of like if you're serious? You're trying to sell products trying to impact the world. You need to be creating content depends on who you're interviewing. So if you're in the area of health care and legal and finance like in cosmetic surgery, we have a couple cosmetic surgery clients. They can't just put stuff out there. There's HIPPA rules. There's financial rules. But generally you can do this with permission. And you'd be surprised how often people give you permission. So let's say a customer. Let's say you're monitoring what's going on on Yelp and Google and whatever someone chest and say marks thing was really good. Whatever the product is the thing that you offer and then you reply it's called might wait consent, he replied. Can I quote you? On that. And they say yes, sticking all your market materials. Say Wow, I'd really love you know, Next time you come in. I'd love to talk to you about you and your kind of thing. So when you think like a journalist, that's how you create this kind of power, and then you create a library And you want to have what we call a minion or a specialist that maintains this library for you Because you're busy Entrepreneur Find someone. It could be your kid. It could be somebody who graduated U C l A. There's lots of people. Yeah, Instead of working McDonald's, they can work on your stuff. Let's shift gears real fast here. What's the worst job you ever had? Have you had a worse job, man? Probably for Philip Morris. I was part of the cigarette recall that was like 20 years ago. Well, they had some defective cigarettes from all bro. And we had to go through the sort of cigarettes I don't know. Must have had, like some. It was like maybe the tobacco was old or something like that. So we had to go from store to store. I remember. We were in Compton and East l A and going from store to store wearing my little badge saying, Yeah, I'm from Philip Morris and I have to take this. You have to give me all your cigarettes. Do you think of me? All your although cigarette accident have been easy to do. Yeah, I'm sure All the bombs are like trying to get a cigarettes from us quickly learned that cigarette if you don't choose what you want to do, Someone's going to choose for you. And I was just trying to make some money for summer, right? I didn't know any better. So you just said a powerful quote. If you don't choose somebody gonna choose for you. I feel like a lot of the times people just in life. They choose to go down the path of having a 9 to 5 job. At the end of the day. I feel like a lot of people have let others choose the path that they're supposed to live because of the way it used to be. But I feel like with exponential change in technology and other things in life. I think there's a lot of new opportunities out there that people can capitalize on. Um you know, the majority of the work force will be independent contractor son. So what is your advice for the people out there who Maybe have a 9 to 5 job Right now. They're extremely passionate about entrepreneurship and want to have their Business, trying to connect the pieces and listening to shows like this. They just don't know what the right move is to make for them. What? What advice do not for that person be a keen observer of the passing world when you're working another job. Those contain the seeds to the next thing that you do, because you don't want to jump into something just because of my friend does it and I want to try to do it too. That's a disaster. You want to start with where you have the connections. Where do you have the expertise? Where can you already start something? Can you moonlight Maybe a lot of people, So I won't say the name of the person. But someone famous yesterday called for some emergency coaching and said, I'm not really happy in this current job. I want to do this other thing. And he said, Well, you can actually do both. And in fact, if you're really good at what you do, you're going to be a good employee. Ironically at that job at the same time, this build your personal brand. So, ironically, if you wanna start something else be the best employee that you can, because that probably is going to align with your expertise. Unless you're doing something that's so awful that you you don't you know, just doing that. You're like driving uber. Whatever we know 40% of the jobs out there are contingent jobs. I mean, people are doing it part time just because they're trying to make a little extra money. I'm not saying become an expert in uber, but you Certainly have some kind of expertise. Build that network. Don't be so quick to try to jump out Vaynerchuk talks about that, too. You've got a moonlight. You gotta work twice as hard because you got to work two jobs in the interim until you can say all right. I'm gonna quit because you don't want to just quit and all of sudden you're in trouble. Bill. If you've got kids and a mortgage that you can't be careful about that powerful stuff, then issue and the myth the legend..

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"compton but east" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:25 min | 3 months ago

"compton but east" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I think a lot of people struggle with it. In the beginning. You're worried about what we're going to think You're worried you're going to say the right things. You're worried if the lighting or the quality isn't gonna be good enough, the first one sucked your first one suck. My first interview is my first speaking engagement on stage is my first videos. My program all that Out. You just have to start doing it Is there a situation is their context where somebody maybe shouldn't be put in, content out or is it just kind of like if you're serious? You're trying to sell products trying to impact the world you need to be creating content depends on who you're interviewing. So if you're in the area of health care, and they go in finance, I can cosmetic surgery. We have a couple cosmetic surgery clients. They can't just put stuff out there. There's HIPPA Krul's There's financial rules. But generally you can do this with permission. And you'd be surprised how often people give you permission. So let's say a customer. See your monitoring What's going on? Yelp and Google and whatever someone checks and marks thing was really good. Whatever the product is the thing that you offer, and then you reply it's called Might wait. Consent. You reply. Can I quote you on that? And they say yes, sticking all your market materials. Say Wow, I'd really love you know, Next time you come in. I'd love to talk to you about you and your kind of thing. So when you think like a journalist, that's how you create this kind of power, and then you create a library And you want to have what we call a minion or a specialist that maintains this library for you Because you're busy entrepreneur find someone. It could be your kid. It could be Somebody who graduated U C L A. And there's lots of these people. Yeah, Instead of working McDonald's, they can work on your stuff. Let's shift gears real fast here. What's the worst job you ever had? Have you had? Have you had a worse job? And probably for Philip Morris. I was part of the cigarette recall that was like 20 years ago. Well, they had some defective cigarettes from all borough and we had to go to destructive cigarette. Don't know Must have had, like some gives a coin into like, maybe the tobacco was old or something like that. So we had to go from store to store. I remember we were in Compton and East L A. I'm going from store to store wearing my little bad thing for Philip Morris and I have to take you have to give me all your cigarettes. You can give me all your Alberto. Single accident have been easy to do. Yeah, I'm sure All the bombs are like trying to get a cigarettes from this. I quickly learned that cigarette if you don't choose what you want to do, Someone's going to choose for you. And I was just trying to make some money for summer, right? I didn't know any better. So you just had a powerful quote. If you don't choose somebody gonna choose for you, I feel like a lot of the times people just in life. Today, I choose to go down the path of having a 9 to 5 job. At the end of the day. I feel like a lot of people have let others choose the path that they're supposed to live because of the way it used to be. But I feel like with exponential change in technology and other things in life. I think there's a lot of new opportunities out there that people can capitalize on. Um you know, the majority of the work force will be independent contractor son. So what is your advice for the people out there who Maybe have a 9 to 5 job Right now. They're extremely passionate about entrepreneurship and want to have their Business trying to connect the pieces and they're listening to shows like this. They just don't know what the right move is to make for them. What? What advice you have for that person be a keen observer of the passing world when you're working another job. Those contained the seeds to the next thing that you do, because you don't want to jump into something just because of my friend does it And I want to try to do it too. That's a disaster. You want to start with where you have the connections. Where do you have the expertise? Where can you already start something? Can you moonlight Maybe a lot of people, So I won't say the name of the person. But someone famous yesterday called for some emergency coaching and said, I'm not really happy in this current job. I want to do this other thing. And he said, Well, you can actually do both. And in fact, if you're really good at what you do, you're going to be a good employee. Ironically at that job at the same time, this build your personal brand. So, ironically, if you wanna start something else be the best employee that you can, because that probably is going to line with your expertise. Unless you're doing something that's so awful that you you don't you know, just doing that. You're like driving uber or whatever, you know 40% of the jobs out. There are contingent jobs. I mean, people are doing it part time just because they're trying to make a little extra money. I'm not saying become an expert in uber, but you Certainly have some kind of expertise. Build that network. Don't be so quick to try to jump out Vaynerchuk talks about that, too. You've got a moonlight. You gotta work twice as hard because you got to work two jobs in the interim until you can say all right. I'm going to quit because you don't want to just quit and all of sudden you're in trouble. Bill. If you've got kids and a mortgage, you can't be careful about that Powerful stuff. That is you and then the myth the legend. I'm mark lack of business rock stars connecting a community of entrepreneurs. You can join us on Facebook, Twitter and online business rock stars dot com. These.

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"compton but east" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"compton but east" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Start living on their own again. She says college kids looking to rent will probably have to pay more. With rents going up. Let's check out the 91 can conditions on the 91. If you're coming out of Corona looks like one of the only places where we're loading up. It's going to be 91 westbound between about Lincoln and Green River. Definitely going to have a lot of companies. You make your way through Corona, Calif. I and this guy is sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff Bond issue on the four or five you better around my ex, but first if you're around still vitro. Palm Beach. It's still pretty good drive so you can relax up to about the 1 10. It's getting slow, reduced speeds up to the 105. But the problem is north that would just barely north of the airport. North time. Four or five. Howard used all friends supposed their car sitting on the off front throughout a guest. So just be careful, but the freeway itself. It's traditionally slow from the one Oh, five up to the 10. So nothing too unusual there and earlier if you're still driving this way more on the 91 this time around, Compton But East and West 91 actually just west of the 7 10, there was a dog running around there is some westbound slowing. Hopefully the dog is still running or maybe saved But be careful. Saving anything on the freeway is pretty dangerous. Injured in an accident visit superwoman super lawyer dot com. Jeff KF eye in the sky. Glendora on the 2 10 west of the 57 had a fuel spill here on the right shoulder. So still some activity going on trying to clean that up. You're driving the 2 10 westbound from Glendora from the 57 to the 605 that adds about three or four minutes to your ride, Not a big deal. KF eye in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm robbin banks. The Clippers will be looking to pull ahead of the Utah Jazz in Game five of their tied playoff series tonight at seven. The series winner will face.

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"compton but east" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:22 min | 3 months ago

"compton but east" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I'm mark lack on business rock stars and joining us then issue an expert and genius in the area of helping people not only get their message out there but help build their personal brand, And I love that You're saying people need to just put continent because I struggle with it? I think a lot of people struggle with it. In the beginning. You're worried about what we're going to think You're worried you're going to say the right things. You're worried if the lighting or The quality isn't going to be good enough. First one sucked. Just first one suck. My first interview is my first speaking engagement on stage is my first videos. My program. All that's the suck when you look back at it, but I love what you're saying is, you just have to get out. You just have to start doing it is there They can't just put stuff out there. There's HIPAA rules. There's financial rules. But generally you can do this with permission. And you'd be surprised how often people will give you permission. So let's say a customer. So you're monitoring what's going on on Yelp and Google and whatever someone checks and ST Mark's thing was really good. Whatever the product is there The journalist. That's how you create this kind of power. And then you create a library. And you want to have what we call a minion or specialist that maintains this library for you. Because you're busy Entrepreneur find someone. It could be your kid. It could be somebody who graduated U C l A The news. There's lots of these people. Yeah. Instead of working McDonald's, they can work on your stuff. Let's shift gears real fast here. What's the worst job you ever had? Have you have? You had a worse job? Man, probably for Philip Morris. I was part of the cigarette recall that was like 20 years ago to well, they had some defective cigarettes from all borough and we had to go through destructive cigarette I don't know Must have had, like some. It was a coin like maybe the tobacco was old or something like that. So we had to go from store to store. I remember we were in Compton and East l A. I'm going from store to store wearing my little bad saying yes, I'm from Philip Morris and I have to You have to give me all your cigarettes. You can give me all your Albro cigarette accident have been easy to do. All the bombs are like trying to get our cigarettes from us. I quickly learned negative cigarette. If you don't choose what you want to do, Someone's going to choose for you. And I was just trying to make some money for summer, right? I didn't know any better. So you just said a powerful quote. If you don't choose somebody's gonna choose for you, I feel But I feel like with exponential change in technology and other things in life like there's a lot of new opportunities out there that people can capitalize on. Um you know, the majority of the work force will be independent contractors. So what is your advice for the people out there who Maybe have a 9 to 5 job Right now. They're extremely passionate about entrepreneurship and want to have their own business trying to connect the pieces and they're listening to shows like this. They just don't know what the right move is to make for them. What advice you have for that person be a keen observer of the passing world. When you're working another job. Those contained the seeds to the next thing that you do, because you don't want to jump into something Just because of my friend doesn't and I want to try to do it too. That's a disaster. You want to start with where you have the connections. Where do you have the expertise? Where can you already start something can you might maybe a lot of people, So I won't say the name of the person. But someone famous yesterday called for some emergency coaching and said, I'm not really happy in this current job. I want to do this other thing. And he said, Well, you can actually do both. And in fact, if you're really good at what you do, you're going to be a good employee. Ironically at that job at the same time, this build your personal brand. So, ironically, if you wanna start something else be the best employee that you can, because that probably is going to line with your expertise. Unless you're doing something that's so awful that you you don't you know, just doing that to pay you like driving uber? Whatever we know 40% of the jobs out there are contingent jobs. I mean, people are doing it part time just because they're trying to make a little extra money. I'm not saying become an expert in uber, but you Certainly have some kind of expertise. Build that network. Don't be so quick to try to jump out Vaynerchuk talks about that, too. You've got a moonlight. You gotta work twice as hard because you got to work two jobs in the interim until you can say all right. I'm gonna quit because you don't want to just quit and all of sudden you're in trouble, especially Bill. If you've got kids.

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"compton but east" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

L.A. Times Morning Briefing

03:44 min | 7 months ago

"compton but east" Discussed on L.A. Times Morning Briefing

"State farm like a good neighbor state farm is there today will be mostly sunny and warmer with a high of seventy six tonight. Expect partly cloudy skies and a low of fifty our top story. California will devote forty percent of its available covid nineteen vaccines to residents in. Its most disadvantaged areas the ones also hardest hit by the virus. The policy shift announced. This week is designed to slow the spread of the coronavirus and speed up the reopening of the economy. The move comes amid mounting evidence that predominantly latino and black communities are falling behind white and asian ones in getting the vaccine in southern california targeted communities include south los angeles. The east side. Koreatown chinatown compton south east. La county the eastern san fernando valley santa ana and communities. Along the ten freeway corridor between pomona and san bernardino officials also said the state will continue to dedicate ten percent of its weekly allotment to educators in education today. California governor gavin newsom is expected to sign a six point. Six billion dollar plan to urge more school districts across the state to reopen classrooms. the legislation earmarked two billion dollars in education funds for elementary schools. That offer in person learning next month. It focuses first on students in transitional kindergarten through second grade schools. That opened later than april fifteenth would receive smaller cash grants. Those that don't open by may fifteenth would lose their entire share of the incentive funding in local news. The city of los angeles has not received millions of dollars in federal aid. It may be owed for housing homeless people in hotels during the covid nineteen pandemic. That's because nearly a year into the crisis mayor eric. Our city's administration had asked for the money yet and federal officials say the city hasn't requested federal reimbursement for portions of the estimated fifty. Nine million dollars it has spent on projects room key. The project has been sheltering homeless people in hotel rooms since shortly after the pandemic began but the city has scaled back the hotel program in recent months that has led advocates to say the garcetti administration is showing a lack of political will to protect homeless people. City officials cited a lack of staff for the failure to apply for reimbursement in virus news while some states have relaxed mask rules. California is urging residents to double down the state. Join the growing call for the public to wear two masks as extra protection against the coronavirus officials said wearing a cloth mask over a disposable. One can't improve fit and filtration double masking is recommended indoors with people from outside your household and in closed quarters such as a crowded bus. It's also advised in any public place for people who are at higher risk for severe covid. Nineteen using masks is not recommended because it could make it harder to breathe and finally rose parade organizers say they are actively planning for the annual new year's day event to return to pasadena next year the pandemic forced parades cancellation for the first time. In seventy five years the rose bowl college football semi final game is also expected to return to pasadena in twenty twenty two because of virus restrictions in california. This year's game was moved to. At and t. stadium in dallas tournament of roses parade organizers plan to reuse this year's theme focusing on education and will expand it to celebrate the perseverance of essential workers and healthcare professionals during the pandemic for these stories and more visit l. a. times dot com..

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"compton but east" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

05:43 min | 7 months ago

"compton but east" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"Last call to get your messages into maybe be included in tomorrow's playback of calls during the five o'clock hour. I've already notified. I've already notified the bob members. John we are throwing somebody in the dumpster tomorrow. So he prepared for that to hacking dumps. You'll be at this time tomorrow. We'll select somebody from the world of news deserves to go in the dumpster. Well california's you've probably heard his reserving forty percent of covid nineteen vaccine for filling the blank underserved disadvantaged needy newbies in other words. It's it's it's the person needy think of them as just emotionally needy. It's mostly the hispanic neighborhoods. Because yes they have had the most cases. Yeah the death rate. There is three times The white death rate the case rate is a far far higher It's been that way since the first month it's the same story over and over and over again because they're they're very very densely populated. There's too many people living in two small an area plus. They have a lot of jobs where they have to run into a lot of people plus from the stories we got. There wasn't a whole lot of of a whole lot of the people obeying all the rules. We heard stories in the la times party. Yeah even even even a gatherings. Yeah there's even a calmest hispanic communist. Who wrote about that. You know he he. He went to his old neighborhoods and yet they. They're partying a lot. There's a lot of street fairs in the parks in harvard communities. And you're right. Yeah clued south. La the eastside. Koreatown chinatown compton south east. La county the eastern san fernando valley santa ana. They have a lot of the same views that a lot of the rural trump's supporters have and were mocked. a lot of people in the poor areas didn't believe the virus was real. they deaths. that doesn't make sense when you consider that they suffered the most deaths. They must have known somebody this. This was early on this was early on when they were acting up and racked up early on when the virus was acting up. Oh see when early on no early on with the virus they they just thought. Remember what you said yesterday..

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"compton but east" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:29 min | 7 months ago

"compton but east" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"1877 moist 86 1877664. 7886 last call to get your messages into maybe be included in tomorrow's playback of calls during the five o'clock hour I've already notified I've already notified the Bob members, John, We are throwing somebody in the Dumpster tomorrow. So be prepared for that to happen to dump she'll be at this time. Tomorrow will select somebody from the world of news who deserves to go in the dump stuff. All right, well, California's you probably heard is reserving 40%. Of covert 19 vaccine for fill in the blank, underserved disadvantaged. No needy needy is another word. It Z his call a person needy. You think of them is like just emotionally needy. It's mostly the Hispanic neighborhoods because yes, and they have had the most cases. Yeah, the death rate. There's three times the white death rate. The case rate is far far higher. It's been that way since the first month. It's the same story over and over and over again. Because they're very, very densely populated. There's too many people living in too small an area. Plus, they have a lot of jobs where they have to run into a lot of people. Plus from the stories we got. There wasn't a whole lot of Um That out of a whole lot of people obeying all the rules. We heard stories in the Times Party. Yeah, even even even a gatherings. There's even a columnist, The Hispanic columnist who wrote about that, You know, he He went to his Old neighborhoods, and yet, they they're partying a lot. There's a lot of street fairs in the parks. You know, I don't know. Targeted communities and you're right. Includes South L, A. The East Side. Koreatown. Chinatown Compton, South East L. A County, their eastern San Fernando Valley, Santa Anna. They have a lot of the same views that a lot of the rural trump supporters have. And were mocked. Lot of people in the poor areas. Didn't believe the virus was real. They dated day and where mass deaths that doesn't make sense. When you consider that they suffered the most deaths, they must have known. Somebody bet on this. This was early on. This was early on. They didn't you know when they were acting up and you're acting No. We're early on when the virus was acting up. Oh, I see whether the early on what? No early on with the virus. They just thought remedy is what you said yesterday you thought it was a rich person's disease? Because at first it was it was very early on. Yes, that was the rumor going around, particularly even in Central America and Mexico that they thought it was just something rich people get because in the early on the first cases were coming from people took vacations to say Italy. And may have picked it up there. A lot of people have fatalistic attitudes. If you believe God is going to take care of you and protect you, whatever God's will is going to be. They also, and this has been again in the L a times many times and in TV stories. They've got a strong family culture, so they were gathering together on the weekends for their birthday parties. For all the celebrations, no matter what so There's a lot of reasons for this. But what now they're doing is if we don't get enough people vaccinated in those specific neighborhoods, and it's a small Area when it comes to square mileage of the county. In the whole county remains closed down to some extent. This is going to really harm businesses who need more customers because right now most businesses are open the restaurants on Lee for outdoor dining, but you could only get in 10% of your customers or 25% of your customers. And and what? That what? That what they need is to be fully reopened. And that comes by moving up in those stupid tears, the orange and yellow tear or moving to Texas. Yeah, I think it is so grossly unfair and wrong and should be illegal and unconstitutional. Listen, Deputy do the holdup neighborhoods. Because they can't get enough vaccines in the neighborhoods where they've got virus problems. I don't see the connection between the two. No, but it makes sense to attack. The problem with the problem is worse, but But why would you keep everybody closed down for it? There's no connection between the two is the virus can travel, but it hasn't He didn't look at the story of balance. People in the wealthier communities can stay inside work from home right. They've been able to isolate themselves from the spread. Why should those businesses in those communities have to stay closed or stay restricted? Why? There's no Logical reason for it. Not to mention that in Florida, where they have very little restrictions, they don't have any worse numbers. Right here is Governor Deputy Do talking about this new vaccine echoed the metric and we are committing now as a state to provide that overlay. In that lower court tile of the Healthy Place index, with 40% of all of the allocated vaccines targeted at communities. That have had this disproportionate burden that's away. We're going to make real progress as it relates to advancing our cause this cause I think should night all of us in California. That's the cause of equity. So that's what we're announcing. Stop a second. Why is.

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"compton but east" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"compton but east" Discussed on High Noon

"Now lapd don't put that. Brothers face down in the backseat of a police car, taking them into the station that the flow moving up progress like an ocean liner, not like a speedboat, so much of this is like even for me as somebody who's fairly familiar with these things just got a mind blowing to consider like like almost like th the moment that you wonder win, the cops realize if we put them on their stomachs and haircut wash. What happens again? You gotTA understand. And I! Don't make excuse. It's dangerous and cops are scared brothers. It's dangerous and why cops are scared of Latins. Some brothers are dangerous. Some Latins are dangerous and every police officer has a story. Of An innocent domestic violence encounter that turns deadly. Every police officer has a story of a simple traffic. Stop that turns deadly. So that story dictate their mindset now. That's the police mentality. Generally, we have a larger problem here in Los, Angeles and many other communities with the county sheriff's. A county of ten million people. The county sheriff's take all of their recruits, and put them I into the county jail. One of the largest penal institutions in America so these new recruits. Fresh off. The academy are placed in the environment where eighty percent of the population are black and Brown. And the have to talk with them in a certain way and exert a level of confidence in their voice command presence that will get these gang bangers to move from from spot one spot be. And that mentality there they're often for three four often seven years in that environment. And they take that mindset and the training they have learned, and then the go out of lynnwood or compton or East La, and they have that same mindset that they learn in the prison systems and take it out to the community. Is it any wonder? There's no connection between White Sheriff deputies and and homeys in the Barrio. Is there any wonder? There's no connection between white sheriff's deputy and the brothers and south central at. Nickerson Gardens so these are some of the structural problems that creates the environment that we find ourselves at least here in Los Angeles. There's a wider problem across America man because reform comes in the big cities first. Cincinnati has four minded. Law Enforcement. New York with their history has more reform minded law enforcement, but it's gotta take decades for that mindset to filter to the backwoods of Alabama. Or Missouri? Or Ohio. Or Georgia, you know about Georgia fibers. The Atlanta Georgia back in the south. You know that Oh. Yeah so. It's GonNa. Take a while it's GonNa take a lot more George Floyd's regrettably. Well one thing I've thought about in this is one of the cruel ironies about these things that happened with cops. We got this thing. How do we make it? Stop well the way they make everything. Stop otherwise about throwing people in jail and the hardest part about this is just even if you get it to. Trial is putting people in jail like I'm curious with Floyd. Floyd was the trial actually GonNa go, because they went up to second degree murder, I've seen. People say that they want to see a first degree murder charge like whether it was legally sustainable or not. You'd never get a conviction on first degree murder like I would worry a little bit about second to be perfectly honest. Yes, when you think about the entire history of Minnesota. There's only been one police officer ever convicted of an on-duty crime. and. That was a black Somali officer. Oh. was shooting a white woman. That's the only time a police officer has ever been convicted of a crime. I've been suing cop for forty years. Johnny Cochran has happened to get the criminal of the cases where COPS Some keys or a Bible or.

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"compton but east" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"compton but east" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"compton but east" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"compton but east" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Let's go while searching through his house the police found six different leprechaun costumes as well as a few agent coins he use a gold coins that he used to prove the existence of a spot and lower his victims because making out like a bandit well if it's a total of sixty four criminal charges other than the eighteen charges of abuse and eight charges of fraud according to investigators he had the access number of accusations could easily double or even triple if found guilty he faces lifetime but the sentence in the prison and a fine of seventy five hundred lifetime if I don't balance yeah I mean in a way this is say there's a victimless crime but even lying I don't know what the date is no way you could say that they really thought there was gold come on the difference with you Sir yeah I care about my head again a set of were like five people and having to but I would say a hundred yeah wow Hey it will be I you know what I'm gonna send this to your man will put the the little fella's picture there on the on the blog because if you look at me go Hey give me a lead we're talkin Super Bowl commercials news newsradio seven W. traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati it's all over now but the voting with the four o'clock reports I'm Jack Crumley breaking now you will vindicate the right to vote your vindicate the constitution your vindicate the rule of law by rejecting by rejecting these articles that is White House counsel Pensa baloney giving his closing arguments in defense of president trump as the impeachment trial in the Senate enters its final stages the upper chamber back on Friday voted to not call any new witnesses leading to closing arguments being delivered today over several hours house manager Adam Schiff the chairman of the house intelligence committee got the last word I do not ask you to convict him because truth or right or decency matters nothing to him but because we have proven our case and it matters to you truth matters to you right matters to you you are decent he is not who you are the Senate is expected to take the final impeachment votes this coming Wednesday now the latest traffic and weather together from the you see health traffic center you see health offering the most technologically advanced treatments for atrial fibrillation what more do you see health dot com slash heart north bound seventy five an accident in your spring borough has the right and center lanes blocked your heavy down below south are below Franklin the vehicle involved is on a tow truck there just waiting to move that apparently some debris has been left in the road there work continues on the strut gas line on Compton road east of Coogan police ask you to avoid that area slope spots right now nor seventy five between Lockland and Sharon from an earlier broken down south on seventy five heavy Mitchell to seventy four then between seventh street and the bridge north seventy.

"compton but east" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"compton but east" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cincinnati remembering a Titan of public servants with the three o'clock reports I'm Jack Crumley breaking it now I started this eulogy ten different ways and going down ten different paths how do you sum up a lifetime with the brother in a few minutes Ned por tune is tante pour tunes brother and he spoke at the head of the county commissioners funeral service today at the Duke energy center where Tom poor tunes three decade career in public service was one of the main highlights reflecting on his line this attitude coupled with the vision to address the needs of the people we serve carried over to Taj worked with the homeless it is late night calls to the sheriff's office to insist that the county open up the justice center on a freezing cold night before the cold shoulder shelters it opened and his work on infant mortality and his vision that every child in our county should have quality access to dental care and his dog good work on regional regional accessible transportation and his work on the banks you get the idea nothing was too big or too small he needed to do all of it the county commission president Denise tree house Tom poor tunes final resting places spring Grove cemetery details on where a donation can be made in his memory can be found on seven hundred WLW dot com search news now the latest traffic and weather together from the you see health traffic center you see health offering the most technologically advanced treatments for atrial fibrillation learn more if you see health dot com slash heart there's an accident northbound seventy five at route seventy three in spring borough the right lane is blocked in traffic now backing up toward Franklin's one twenty three there's an accident on Colerain Avenue between mall drive in spring Dale Dr Harrison Avenue at submit new haven Kellogg Avenue Asbury and on Harvey Avenue north of can Brecher crews continue to work on a struck gas line and Compton road east of Coogan drive and police ask you to avoid the area there I'm rob Williams news radio seven hundred WLW Malcolm his forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center advanced dentistry are you afraid of the dentist to learn how IV sedation can change your life visit no fears dentist dot com hi send up around sixty three this afternoon as clouds increase but it gives us that April like warm tonight showers will begin Wally CeeLo fifty one and then off and on shower chances continue throughout Tuesday's forecast tomorrow's high there was still mild at fifty eight from your severe weather station I'm not first warning meteorologist Jennifer catch mark newsradio seven hundred WLW radio shows a partly cloudy sky it is sixty two degrees closing arguments underway in the Senate impeachment trial of president trump house managers in the president's defense team taking turns Florida congresswoman Val Deming said the president was undeniably corrupts the evidence was presented.

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"compton but east" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"compton but east" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And weather news radio seven hundred W. L. jelly Cincinnati saying goodbye to a beloved public servant but the two thirty report I'm Sean Gallagher breaking now the funeral for top fortune was held at the do convention center today as many gather to on the lake Hamilton County commissioner his son either in spoken reflected on growing up with a local politician haven't the hammer county commissioners your dad was pretty cool you get to be in all the parades you get to be on the pitcher's mound when he throws out opening day first pitch Ethan was emotional at the end but made sure to keep his dad's promise by keeping his eulogy short know what people say that their dad is the past but I really think Mike was and I know he is running laps right now and haven't for the definitely get that under two minutes fortune will be buried at the spring Grove cemetery he passed away on January twenty fifth at the age of sixty one after a long battle with cancer now the latest traffic and weather together from the you see health traffic center you see health offering the most technologically advanced treatments for atrial fibrillation learn more you see health dot com slash heart there is a an accident westbound two seventy five approaching seventy five in Kent County it's on the left shoulder traffic is a bit heavy back toward Dixie highway there's a broken down semi southbound seventy five at twelve than pike it's off to the right shoulder and a work crew struck a gas line in Compton road east of Coogan Dr police ask you to avoid the area till they get that under control I'm rob Williams newsradio seven hundred W. well W. the latest forecast from.

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"compton but east" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"compton but east" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Afternoon as funeral services were held for Hamilton County commissioner Todd por tune his brothers and his son spoke to the crowd as did former Cincinnati mayor Dwight Tillery he was a good man he was a drum major for justice someone who I loved and re veer Todd the people who love you and they thank you for your life's journey and we will never ever ever forget you top for tune passed away last month at the age of sixty one ending a three decade career of public service in Cincinnati he's being buried at spring Grove cemetery this afternoon now the latest traffic and weather together from the you see health traffic center you see health offering the most technologically advanced treatments for atrial fibrillation learn more you see health dot com slash mark potentially dangerous situation right now the vehicle traveling the wrong way on the highway they're heading north bound on south bound to seventy five between Kilby road and seventy four so please if you're on the highway there be alert and again vehicle traveling the wrong way northbound on south down to seventy five between Kilby and seventy four hopefully the authorities will catch up with that quickly there's a broken down semi southbound seventy five twelfth in pike St it's off to the right shoulder and workgroup continues to try to repair a strut gas line on Compton road east of Coogan.

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"compton but east" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:17 min | 2 years ago

"compton but east" Discussed on KGO 810

"That I think that freaked the NFL out low ratings low scoring all that. Trump said about he didn't use barons name. But he was he was asked by a reporter this question. I think what he said should chill the whole crop. These plantation owners called NFL owners. Listen up. It's very tough question. That's very good question. If he wanted to. Yes. Would I steer him that way? No, I wouldn't why. I just don't like the reports that I see coming out having to do with football minister dangerous sport. And I think it's I it's really tough. I thought the equipment would get better. And it has the helmets have gotten far better. But it hasn't solved the problem. So, you know, I I hate to say it because I love to watch football. I think the NFL is a great product. But I really think that as far as well, I've heard NFL players saying they would let their sons play football. So it's not totally unique. But I I would have a hard time with it so early in yesterday's game. If you remember that was a hit, and it looked like a totally illegitimate hit by the Rams on on a patriot. And they called a fifteen yard penalty. It was like about five minutes into the game. And and then when they went back and showed in slow motion. They talked about what they're trying to do with Trump said, right? There is probably I know without a doubt. The most subsidised thing he said in two years, and I don't think he thought it through seriously because I think like most things I think this is a guy that three years ago if you and I sat down the table we could convince him about climate change. I think he's that malleable, I think that if he would change his mind the next day talking to somebody else possibly right now. I mean, but I kid, you know, I think that you know, Barron, if you're seeing a kid, so he's a frail. He's not he's not going to play football at any point. He's he said later on the little boy play soccer. Yeah. He's a big kid. He's almost tall as his dad. You see him? He's tall. But he. He's a kid. But anyway, so I was watching it. And that was. I thought about what Trump said, and and the repercussions of that I guarantee you the owners freaked they were going to a man they were all cursing. But especially like Jerry Jones, and and the others that carry the weight for the the the league, you know. And and what does this mean about football is is is the NFL doomed or will the NFL NFL be all black players who come from poor circumstances. And that's their only way out you go. There's a bunch article said New York Times recently about different parents, send my black kids not gonna my Blackstone is not gonna play football. And these are people from Compton or east Saint Louis or Miami. You know, the the worst neighborhoods saying, I get it, you know. But why don't we have why don't we have an accelerated program to get these kids educated and get them into colleges. So they can learn and have real lives. That's that's not what they want. No. It's not what they want it all so Trump. I was to hear him talk. Was was the only God he sounded. We've just play a little bit more that again that we just started. He's a sounds like a normal person here song about it. And it's and it was it was impromptu. I don't think he expected the question. That's very tough question. That's very good question. If he wanted to. Yes. Would I steer him that way? No, I wouldn't why. I just don't like the reports that I see coming out having to do with football minister dangerous sport. Yeah. That's all that's all your President Trump on football. It's a dangerous sport. What parents today would let their kid move forward. Knowing as much as we know. And now having this this this while this this insane man agree with it to come to finally come around and say football, is is horrible. I mean, you can not only just your arms and legs. And but the things that you're going to play the sport and maybe four years. Okay. And if you're at the very top level, you'll make a few million dollars. Maybe you maybe you're lucky and you walk away with it a little bit of money, but you've been playing since you were eight and who knows what your brain is going to be like when you get to forty five. Right. We've able find your way home from the the mall when you go up to get something won't be any Mawson. That's what I think about what Tom Brady. I mean, he's saying six more years. They're saying something like that. He could play a forty five four more years. But I I would say apparently he doesn't take a lot of hits. That's what everyone was saying. Oh, he doesn't take a lot of hits. I'm like, well, I still I don't know. It just seems like you would want one you'd want to go out on top. Right. And I'm assuming he thinks he will be a toothless. Protect the brain. Like, I don't know what it must be. I don't know what it must feel like I mean to. We'll have the gorgeous wife have what seems like a perfect but still need to put your body and brain through that Brady's defense. There's not a lot of brain to protect. So there's a little bit easier for him. Then maybe. I know. So finding my sons were watching this like they saw Brady's dad. And that was the guy who's yelling you on the radio fun. I tell you what it is. You know, that aside it was it. You know, I saw the guy and the guy is without a doubt the greatest quarterback. Now full-time why is there really no other way to put it? I mean, he's been a nine Super Bowls. He's six and three and of those three losses. I mean, you know. One was the giants game that they should've one. Could you can make a case that Bella check ham, and that whole thing. But it's it's weird. The kind of association. This should have been a year that the, you know, the patriots and Trump and the whole maga- thing all came together and kind of pushed it just fell apart. There's something missing there. So there's a weird. Disconnect. Tomorrow night's state of the union will probably. You know, he'll probably invoke the same old rhetoric. You know about the border and make this stuff up that you just heard a few minutes ago. And and I just wonder wonder if Trump is. As I listened to north from trying to work his weasel his way out of this. You know, I wonder if Trump was in the same situation of Trump could survive something like that. Yeah. He could. Everything has shown us that he can mean north is a democrat. So that, you know, this at pushing back to the Harrison the way the Republicans are coming out and being like clutching their pearls about everything. It's like, wait a minute. I love I would love some consistency. I think northern should get all the criticism that he is getting more. I think he should be getting the criticism more for him going flip-flopping on his apology. Then I think that's one of the worst things beside her. I didn't know this. I read yesterday and the in the Washington Post that the he did he admits to doing a black face thing. Back in the eighties that wasn't him. Yeah. No, no. He admits going to a party and putting black face was that the Michael Jackson thing. But he said he that one wasn't heavily sand. This one wasn't him. Doesn't matter. You've already say. And we've all talked about this before like, you know, the whole idea of black face is that. Yeah, I think the most Americans don't understand if you don't have a lot of black friends if you're not allowed around a lot of black people. You may not understand the story. Whether it goes, and I know that's little consolation to African Americans that do know the story. But it is it is a short defense that if somebody says, hey, that's incredibly racist. You just say, oh, I'm not gonna do that. Or I shouldn't have done that. I'll never do it again. Right. And then we judge the rest of your life. The photos of a Ku Klux Klan next to that. Now, it's not just a little bit of makeup on that guy was how do you take that off Mike? Yeah. How long did it take to put on and take off? I don't know. I mean. Well, I mean. Yeah. So there's a lot that's happening right now in our politics. And I I believe we will survive this. And but I still I'm really I really am perplexed by the Republican party and whatever happened to them. I know did you so Bill heard by the way was on? We gotta get that guy on. Brian Bill hurt is to congressman in Texas whose district covers about sixty percent of the border with Mexico from the what the wall would be he's Republican and a mixed race. I can't tell what it is. But I only bring that up because he said he was a CIA agent. So it looks kind of Middle Eastern. He was a CIA agent in Afghanistan in the Middle East for ten years. And so this is a guy that knows all about Al Qaeda. Right. He's saying it's no problem here. The problem is not what problems with this president. He wouldn't he wouldn't criticize Trump directly just kept offering solutions. He's smart Bill market go. Why are you a Republican? You know? I mean, I get it. I get why some people stay Republican. But they got to come out and say anyway, so that's we'll find out coming up next. We're going to be joined by salaries. Oh, he is. The fact checker for the Washington Post, and he has gone through. He's the one in his article today eight thousand eight thousand lies, and we'll you know, we'll ask him a little bit about what to expect tomorrow night as well. And then the Ron report a lot coming up..

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"compton but east" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"compton but east" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Coach coach Miller, and you know, you'll get a job somewhere else in the next year. And he ended up you know, coaching supposed to coach six foot four and under league. Right. The IB. A or I was the IBM was supposed to be six foot four hundred league and coach in the NBA summer league here at at LMU, and he would coach us in you and. In Orange County. Like we had good players or to get a little bit better place. You had to get a couple of kids smell a or bay. We had GIO Henderson from Bakersfield, the Waltons from San Diego and allies kids parents wouldn't drive into practice. So we picked up from school and we go drive to Compton or east, Los Angeles or somewhere in south central up, a kid go to practice meet everybody practice, and then go take them home. And so he would tell me stories about about basketball. So he told me about sweet Georgia Brown. He told me about your dad and the also told me about the fight. There was a terrible fight with Ohio State, right? And part of what made your data. Great coach was. That he got kids to play remarkably hard and really really aggressive, and you know, some would say, you know, there there's a line there. Right. Where you don't wanna you don't wanna be overly aggressive. But there was a nasty fight between them and Ohio State. Wasn't there? Yes. It was Luke Woody was involved in in the fight. And you know, it was interesting 'cause bowl Tiv university of time. I'll how great dog were were really really good basketball teams. And my dad was role. Hieaux? There was actually a player on the university of Minnesota kief young who was from Columbus, Ohio and Ohio State did not recruit it they would have to play with spit on as they were leaving the floor. And you know, unfortunately, you know, a fight didn't at the at the end of the game. And you know, there was there was a lot of things that people though. The kind of led up to that fight. But it happened. And you know that one incident is probably what go my dad who go to the pro game. That's how I was gonna ask. Yeah. Yeah. He he'd left the university of Minnesota. And when worked as a as a head coach and the ABA for the San Diego sails and that team folded because they found out about eight games into the season that they were not going to be part of the NBA urge or in that following year was when L the Spurs Pacers that's entered into the NBA and the teams that were remaining in the they all folded, and so the the owners that out they didn't want to continue the year. And so I learned at a really young age because at that time I was in junior high. We had you know, my dad had left a really stable situation for the program. Oh game. And I'm sitting at dinner table one night my dad's out of a job. And and my mom is upset because she loved living in Minnesota. And so you know, what what happens next and Julia Squires hired my dad about two weeks after the sale folded, and so he was off to prevent.

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