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"coronado" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Coronado Unified School District is looking for a new head basketball coach. Today. Cocos team coverage begins with Phil Farrar. This comes after a tortilla throwing incident by Coronado students and fans and opposing players and fans following a CIA of went over Orange. Glenn, predominantly Hispanic high school core, not a unified held an emergency meeting last night. Lee Pontus is a school board member. We have much to learn about racial diversity. Have fired head coach JD Let Perry issuing an apology Tweet, which read. Unfortunately, a community member brought tortillas and distributed them, which was unacceptable and racist in nature. I do not condone this behavior player. Wayne McKinney is captain of the corn auto team and African Americans. You have to be sensitive to how they believe it looks and you know, throwing this tortilla is you know, at a predominantly Hispanic school, it doesn't look good. The Escondido Union High School District, which serves orange, Glenn also held a special meeting and heard from pain. Parents. This mother's shaken by what took place. Why would they do that? No, I didn't know what was going on. Phil Farrar, KOGO news. What can be learned from what happened at corn outta high last weekend? More on that now from cocoa? Zachary Barnes, the Chicano federation, pointing out the coach's behavior at the end of the game was one that didn't promote sportsmanship as some report him swearing. CEO of the federation, Nancy Maldonado says many students she's heard from believe this sort of behavior is in the fabric of Coronado High School. And she sees why that Children, you know our product of their environment, and I think it was really disturbing to hear some of the parents reactions last night at the board meeting and then defending this behavior. Maldonado's optimistic the school can learn from this and hopes others see this is why ethnic or racial studies should be taught and why we need to be teaching Children about the history of this country and the history of racism. Maldonado hopes the two teams can get together and discuss the incident. Zachary Barnes Good news news out of Sacramento today. The state it turns out owes the federal government billions of dollars and unemployment funds. California's troubled Employment Development Department ran out of money during the pandemic, so it borrowed funds from the federal government. Now small businesses who suffered the most could soon be hit with higher payroll taxes. Alyssa Anderson with the California Budget and Policy Center. I don't see any reason why the state should pay for something that businesses should have been paying all along again. The reason Why we have this debt is because businesses weren't paying enough into the front to begin with. But business leaders say the state is the one who shut them down and should find another way to pay back the loan. Eddie McLovin KOGO news changes involving parking spaces in the city of San Diego are being noticed as more people begin to venture out after the pandemic. Restrictions ended parking issues and some sentinel communities are becoming more common. Randolph Bob tells NBC Santiago While he has his own parking spot in his neighborhood, he's seen other residents in a restaurant patrons having trouble finding a place to park. There is like a ton of traffic through here, and I'm sure people who maybe don't necessarily have a driveway or have more than two cars that it would make it really hard to park and they'd end up having to park several blocks away in North Park, business owners and people live there are protesting the city's plan to eliminate about 450 parking spaces along a stretch of the 30th Street business district. To make room for bicycle paths, and the City Council is about to approve a plan to allow many businesses all over the city to get rid of parking spots. The stores can use them for more retail space, and so restaurants can use them for more outdoor dining out Wall Street That out right now is up are actually down about 17 points. It's 12 06. Let's check the freeways now with Cocos real time traffic and Mike Hancock..
California School Coach Fired After Tortillas Thrown at Team
"The Coronado California School Board voted to fire the high school basketball coach after a squabble last weekend between the coaching staffs at the division championship. Against the mostly Latino school, the board so tabling potential discipline against Coronado Students seen throwing tortillas of the opposing
What the NFT Gold Rush Means for Fashion
"Week b. o. Fs deputy editor brian. Baskin speaks to ben wada goto founder of our which recently raised eight million dollars in funding. From andreessen horowitz coronado abs co-ceo the d. materialized ambush luton co founder and creative director of the fabric cat as well as b. o. Fs editorial associate mc nanda about what. The nfc gold rush could mean for the fashion industry. And whether all the hype will deliver on the promise that this could be the next major growth factor for an industry trying to reinvent itself. I m c explained the most recent development with nafta's in the fashion industry. An t is non fungible token and. That's a unique digital asset that sought chain technology so that contains a digital ledger. That sort of a record of all transactions end woods made this space really exciting and almost every industry has kind of brushed to the market in part. Because it's of within not leisure shows verifiable evidence of price but also ownership of a good that she can't be tampered with or altered that exists forever within this Within this sort of a ledger so this has been really exciting for number of brands. I think the one that sort of gained everyone's attention sort of started. The article was the collaboration between artifact end in eighteen year old digital artists known as ferocious That actually saw. I think it was over six hundred twenty. One at pairs of sneakers were sold from three thousand to ten thousand dollars and three point one million dollars total rhythm Virtual sneakers were sold in under seven minutes which obviously got the acid world looking to to the market. So this has been a really interesting sort of nixon in everyone on this panel. I've spoken with over the past few months as relate shown can to the market. And how what that might look like a starting with sort of the fabrications first entity between eighteen nelson moving forward towards artifacts at inversiones at collaboration that people
"coronado" Discussed on CopperShock Horror
"Misery which is in excess of what is justified by the circumstances in which the individual is placed unquote and that this is often accompanied by delusions in other words. People suspected she was having severe untethered depression of mental health that led to her suicide. The gun was registered to her name of which she bought a few days prior. It seemed that lottie bernard's brother would be in for some bad news. Lottie didn't have a brother. Laudi wasn't from detroit. And lottie bernard wasn't even her name. You see while her body waited at the morgue. The hotel couldn't find anyone to claim her. They alerted detroit to attempt to find her family but there was no response when they went to search her room. They found burned letters. The only portions they were still able to read. Were coronado lillian russell. And i don't know any such man. The newspapers began to name the mystery woman as the beautiful stranger. It becomes even more peculiar when you understand. They displayed her dead body in the coroner street window in hopes that some passer by would identify her. It was eventually cleared up that she was kate morgan and it was suspected that her quote brother was in fact a lover who had abandoned her there at the hotel she grew depressed and in distress placed the barrel to her temple and.
"coronado" Discussed on CopperShock Horror
"Shift as much. I felt cold air. Run over my back. I had been sweating. The woman was gone. But i could still feel her arresting stare on me. I'm so sorry it's all my fault. It's my fault it's my fault. I said this over and over again as i walked over to my mother's bedside looking over my parents as they slept i eventually became loud enough. I woke up my mother with a startled. She was facing me from where she lay down. Honey what's wrong. i'm so sorry. I'm so sorry is all i could mutter no matter how much my mom asked me what i was. Sorry for. dad eventually chimed in honey. Forgive you go back to sleep. I wandered over back to my cut laid down and felt myself slip into a restful sleep the next morning which really only shake out to be. You know a few hours later. The family was up and ready to go to breakfast in the crown room. I really want to try that elevator. I heard my older brother say. I hope it's up and running. Said i saw the two of them begin to walk forward and i decided to catch up with them alice. Max and myself walked over to the elevator doors. The stanchions were gone. Go ahead my sister. Encouraged me to push the down button. It lit up and i heard a huge metallic worrying of machinery. I stepped back from the door. There was something about this. That made me feel uncomfortable. The designs and aesthetic of the elevator looked like the tower of terror at disneyworld. I pointed that out to max and he shrugged letting me know. This is very different. I saw one door inside the elevator open and an older gentleman reached out to pull back the outer metal door. He was wearing a light blue uniform with buttons around the front and old timey operator hat and his name tag in the center of his chest. Read andrew morning. He politely said alex gave him a big warm smile. As we walked onto the elevator he proceeded to shut both doors lobby please. Alice asked sweet tone. The elevator man smiled then. I heard him jovially singing and humming under his breath. A song. i recognized you in the mode gra. In all the time he then looked at little me. You like music. I was shy. So all i could do was not where are you from. He looked over to. Max utah Don't know any songs from there. I remember thinking at the time. Yeah me neither. He looked to my big sister. You like elvis. Alice smiled and said oh. Yeah of course guy who doesn't like burning love. We reached the lobby floor and andrew reached over to open the inner collapsible metal frame and then the outer to let the three of us out. That was the first time. I'd met andrew. The elevator operator breakfast on the crown room was beautiful. Wall-to-wall oregon pine. I was honestly too young to recognize. How awesome it was and i have wanted to go back again as an adult. There are massive chandeliers in the shape of crown. Aldana row in the center of the oblong. Dome ceiling a hundred and sixty feet long and thirty three feet high chandeliers burt designed by the author of the wizard of oz himself. Frank bomb all the original. Electricity was wired by thomas edison's company. After breakfast n- it was time for the beach. It was still gray outside and a bit colder. The i did not care. I was determined to go and play on the beach and in that water. I think they expected the potency of the salt to be on par with that of chlorine in pool. No no no. No no when i accidentally got my first mouthful of ocean. Water nearly gagged. It was a serious amount of salt. That i've never tasted before that point. Funny the things you do and you don't remember from your childhood. Vacations played on the sand looking behind me to see the profile of the hotel that looked so familiar from the movies. I felt pretty happy. Mom mentioned that she started to feel her skin. Burning didn't matter if it was overcast. Our families the type where it get sunburned. Even if there's no sun. I started to recognize the same. So the two of us decided to head back to the hotel and explore the shops inside. There's an almost sub floor to the del coronado where all the shops are located in a long corridor and it's easier to reach them via elevator. We said hello to andrew operator and he asked what floor one please. Mom said having a nice day andrew asked amiably as he turned to press the appropriate button. Oh yes very nice. We love it here. Did you think of a song yet. He asked me. I was surprised. The sweet old man remembered me. I felt my face flush red. And i shook my head. He then opened the doors. I saw my mother as a concerned look flashed over her face. Oh right we need to go to the room and get my wallet. Would you be willing to take us back up. I'm so sorry. Oh of course what floor. I admit i do get a little confused. Our room is three three to seven is out on for two or three with the way. The building laid out a saw. The outgoing little old man. Become visibly quiet. I know the floor. I'll take you there key. Then press the button and the began to move. You know. that's a very special room in the hotel. Do you know anything about it. Please tell me. Tony curtis stayed there. My mother gave a small wink. It's famous all right. Andrew said but by then we had reached the floor and he opened the two metal doors that lead us out. I remember the second night. Going to sleep wasn't a problem. In fact by this point the day had been filled with so many distractions.
"coronado" Discussed on CopperShock Horror
"Matter which way she turned the handle. It was still locked. A knocking came at the strange door. I- coward back behind my mother. Hello she called through the other side of the would a muff old. Hello back. it was my big sister. I can't seem to get it open. Mom said through the door after some trial and error we figured out that both sides of the door handle had to be set to unlocked in order for it to open even though my big brother and sisters room was around the corner in the hall. These two rooms had a connecting door after all to better explain the store. Here's a link to the library of congress showing coronado's door system before the recent renovations. This is a schematic from nineteen fifty. Eight the schematic link can be found in the description of this podcast. Little taylor wandered into big sister and brothers room. There was a second caught in there just for him. Well goodnight kids. Mom said closing the connecting door. She then gave me a small hug before. I hopped into my caught. The only problem was. I'd already gotten about two hours of sleep before arriving here. And now having walked for a quarter of a mile out of necessity to get to our hotel room. I no longer felt sleepy. I sat there in the darkness staring at the ceiling for a long while it was. The same problem is in the car too dark to do any real activity but internal imagination a period of time. I began to hear my father snoring lightly not too bad to keep the rest of us awake but i say he'd earned it at the age of eight. I felt confident about using my brain to take me places. I tell myself stories when laying in bed and playing them out in my mind's eye until my subconscious took over the steering wheel into sleep. I sat there taking conscious. Breaths of the salty. Air is open and looking up. I traced the pattern of the ceiling. Textures to see if i could make shapes out of them kind of like looking at petrified clouds. I felt my body become warmer as it usually does under my covers just before complete sleep i could hear. The rain began to fall and pick up pace as a tapped at the glass on the windows. I eventually drifted into full sleep. I dreamed but as i dreamed. I felt a wave of pity and remorse. I couldn't even tell you what it was. I had done but i dreamt that i was in our hotel room. The dimensions were a little off. And i was standing near my caught in the corner of my eye. I felt shadow. It didn't glide around or anything. It's more like this shadow was somehow part of the regular shades of darkness until it decided to move and emerge from thin air. I turned toward it and there was a woman. She wore a black lace face covering.
"coronado" Discussed on CopperShock Horror
"Con their way into the only traveling musician job available to get out of town and all women jazz band after joining dressed as ladies. They meet the band's main singer which is marilyn monroe's character and they both fall for her. The jazz band ends up residing in a luxury hotel on the beach as hired entertainment for the week. Most of the shots were filmed at the hotel. We were travelling to the del coronado in san diego. It was incredibly late. They're just after two in the morning you parked and the bellhop grabbed luggage from the trunk of the car. When we walked into the lobby. I felt a small deletion. This place is amazing. The lobby had wooden wainscoting. Not only for the walls but all across the ceiling and a huge chandelier hung in the middle of it floral shaped glass cups that held or light lightbulbs and strings of hundreds of crystals draped in a circular pattern. A brass elevator. That looked very old. Rusted behind it a velvet rope with two stanchions and assign indicated. It was presently closed and blocked the doorway to the elevator my father travel-weary walked up to the concierge desk and said with an exasperated. Amiability boy am. I glad to see you. He said leaning onto the front desk counter ready to check in then. The front desk man gave a pleasant smile back as he took the printed out confirmation number. My father brought with us after a few moments. The front desk handed my father a set of key. Cards hotel key. Cards in nineteen ninety seven. Were touched different than what they are now instead of rfid recognition or a swipe like a credit card. These cards had punched holes in them in funny patterns like an uncommon constellation. One key for mom and dad's room and one key for my elder siblings. Alice and max's room. We walked up the staircase to get to our floor and walked down the hall. Okay here guys. Dad said pointing to a door that was in the corner of the walk. Max alice you're here are rome is just around the corner corner. I thought we told them. We wanted a room right next to each other. My mom asked out loud and her annoyance was somewhat thinly veiled from her exhaustion dad truck and muttered something about we'd sorted it out later dot then walked over to room. Three three to seven popped in his key card to the door a familiar. Electric buzz and the deadbolt retracted as dad. Press down onto the door handle. This room was long and narrow with a half bay of windows at the edge. My caught was made and ready with a small pillow. Just for me near the closet..
"coronado" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Coronado Man accused of taking part in the breach of the U. S. Capitol building on January. 6 has made his initial San Diego federal court appearance. 33 year old Geoffrey Alexander Smith was arrested Wednesday in connection with that riot. The federal court documents say he was identified via text messages that he sent And photos and videos uploaded to social media that depicted him among the throng of rioters. He's charged with misdemeanor counts of violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds and knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority. Florida Republican congressman. Net gets peering at a rally in Wyoming to speak out against the state's on Lee House member Liz Cheney on a Thursday congressman gets accusing the Wyoming congresswoman of being part of the Washington elite, trying to hamper America's interests going into the future, the Florida congressman explaining why he's speaking out, waiting to inspire a positive populism. And we need to stand against these America. Last politicians who are AH, lot like Congress is a whole owned by foreign interests of or abroad special interests at home and then at times deeply unpopular. Congressman Getz attending the rally against the wishes of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who's advising members of his own party to stop attacking each other health insurance company will ever see the distribution of vaccine doses two counties in the state. The state reached a deal with Blue Shield of California for the company to oversee the distribution of doses, toe pharmacies, private health care providers and two counties. The decision is a sharp turn away from a more decentralized process that's been criticized for inconsistency and the slow effort, too. Vaccinate Californians. It also means the outsourcing of task that until now have been overseen by state and local government officials. As part of what the Biden White House described as a whole of government approach to the climate crisis. The military and intelligence community will play roles in the president's environmental policy. Climate envoy John Kerry says the nation's 17 intelligence agencies are going to come together to assess danger. Image in risk to give all of us and even deeper understanding of the challenges that first time a president has ever done that the Pentagon will start incorporating climate change into its new national defense strategy. In a statement, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said as directed by the president, we will include the security implications of climate change and our risk analyses. Strategy development in planning guidance. That's Rachel Sutherland reporting. San Diego woman has asked the Internet for help in finding her first kiss. Kristen Goodwin, explains 24 year old Mullen Martin of San Diego, taking to TIC Tac to reveal she'd never been kissed, setting up an online application for folks to apply to be her first picture Stranger name and because he by far the best application, and.
"coronado" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Three on news radio 600 Kogo Good morning at 7 10 it's Wednesday. This is San Diego's Morning news. A new show on NBC called Mr Mayor premieres tonight. It's getting great reviews. We talked to one of its stars Bobby Mourning him live. We also have a look at those roads and let's get to it because traffic on the bridge is a mess. Yeah, it's like coming to a standstill. Now, In fact, the South bound side of the eye five jammed up now is you should pass the 1 63 all the way trying to get on the bridge, and the bridge is backed up all the way with main gate getting out towards Naval air Station, North Island. There's some police activity, the main gate and according to Coronado officials, the main gate is closed getting on the base. They're opening up some other gates to the base ASAP. And those who know how to get to those gates are doing so so traffic on surface streets in Coronado, a big, hot mess and again, traffic is backed up across the span. We don't have a lot of details on exactly what's coming down out there to make a sorry about that, but ridicule reports of an accident and then we got some reports of some police activity in the area. So if you see something that really, really appreciate a heads up pound 2 50 a mobile vice pound to 50 on your phone and then just use the key words of so called traffic and you can tell us what's going on or just vent your frustration after being stuck in traffic, trying to get out to North Island, this report sponsored by Choose Change, See a dot or Go goes next Real time Traffic update. Well, that's more information on that bridge traffic just 10 minutes away. Right Patch fog this morning that a partly sunny day high surf advisory in effect until Saturday evening Coast up to 65 Inland 72, the mountains 58 the deserts up to 73 Right now downtown. We got some fog and it's 50 degrees. Coco News Time is 7 12. You might best nobody morning hand for many years, many on Saturday Night Live. He also started.
"coronado" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"A minute. Click onto each of your accounts. Make sure the charges all makes sense. Look at my stuff every single day when I wake up in the morning, and you know periodically during the day end of the day, I'll go and look at the bank account. A look at the credit card. I'll look. You know, I'll make sure that everything is everything. As they say, do it every single day. That way. You don't get caught right? Was the next story I want to share with you is, you know it's it's listing every once in a while, I get a call that You know, there's a lot of emotion involved in this one began with a voice mail. Into our system after the show aired, I guess last week and the message was very detailed. You know is this person had lost everything that was in the process of losing everything. Wheels as a result of covert the wheels in his financial life for coming off. On dis is something a lot of folks in this covert environment. Are dealing with right all of a sudden, and he indicated this all of a sudden I can't get an apartment. I can't get a cell phone in my name. On Git was a tough message to have to leave. I could hear the emotion in his voice on the message. On Ben. I realized when I get those messages, and they don't come in often, But when I get those I return those calls first thing. Right, because I know that someone is taking a huge step by calling someone that they're listening to. Consistently. And they want to hear what The advice is right. What I'm going to say what? What we can do. Help or what direction we can point them in so that they get relief. Right. It's not just about credit, you're now dealing with someone who's got Situation in their life that No. No cell phone in his name. No apartment can't get apartment. All these things that can't happen now. As a result of This covert situation, shutting down Business that he was running a successful business right and You know small businesses, It can happen quick. You've heard a ton of stories about Businesses, restaurants that just you know. One day they're in business. And the next time you turn around, they're gone. How many have we seen close in Las Vegas. Right. There have been thousands and thousands across the country. Uh, you know, I go. I've talked about this often. I go to the employees Go Cigar bar a lot. You know, in that plaza alone, there was a use world. They're that close. There was a rogue toys there that was closed Coronado in eastern kind of my neighborhood. In the middle of the night. Both of those businesses were just gone. People came in. They took their stuff out and And that was the end of that on both of those business and that saddens me. Greatly. Right on the business side because their families there are vendors. There are all kinds of people affected. And this story with this gentleman that called caught my attention because of the emotion in his voice. And then when I talked to him And you know, I heard his voice and here in mind, he said, Listen, it's so it's so good just to hear your voice on the other end of the phone. Right? Someone he'd been, you know, listening to me for some time. Here on Kate on and I just said, Listen here. Here it is, and we walked through a couple of different steps. And some options. And and Ultimately, he's in a situation where I believe now Things are taken care of, because he didn't have a choice other than to look at filing BK to just walk away from Anything that was unsecured right? Sometimes. That is the right place. Listen, none of us go into business or or do anything and think. Well, you know, if the wheels come off, I'll just You know, I'll just walk away and sometimes you do. Sometimes there are no options other than to do that, And we don't file bankruptcy for you. But we've got attorneys that we work with that. We've had close relationships with For some time, and and we sent him that way, and you know in a day or two All of a sudden. You know, uh, the bankruptcies filed and those phone calls stop, and there are no stresses in life like the ones that that finance or financial issues can Bring to you. Right, so I would implore you. If you've got a question if things aren't going well, don't just stop making your payments. You want to figure out what you need to do? Was a couple different things. 1st 1st thing, of course. You can pick up the phone and you can call us again. 702778 2000. Right, but the other thing, and this requires work on your part. The other piece of this is to take.
San Diego County Reports Record Of 1087 New COVID-19 Cases
"Diego skyrocketing another daily record with 1087 new cases Sunday. That's the fifth straight day that cases have topped 600. The previous record was 661 daily cases. 926 San Diegans have died of covert 19. Coronado Mayor
"coronado" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"San Diego's Morning news. 6 41 on this Monday morning Thanksgiving in fear. Go together like gravy and pumpkin pie had to have a stress free Thanksgiving live. We have your real time Traffic every 10 minutes on the tens. That here is Kevin Dean here. We got a pretty stress free commute so far. This one day morning has been very light coming in from the South Bay from the helpful Santiago Honda Divas Traffic center. Great tribe coming in on the Nor found five, the year five. A 35 minutes late 45 minutes away, now reported nor Obama Santa Sitara have that out of the time, Ace. A great drive coming in on the 52 from Santee. Just a 20 minute drive. Bottom of the great They're all the way. Towards La Hoya and the westbound side of the eight. That's a 15 minute drive now passing the 67 all the way down to the eye five. This report sponsored by Hotel del Coronado, rediscover the legendary Hotel del Coronado with newly renovated outdoor dining options and upgraded spa and Salon, plus beach fitness, shopping and s'mores roasts to discover more details and information. Visit hotel del dot com That's Hotel del com Coco's next real time Traffic update, 10 minutes away. Little warmer today week Santa Ana winds will pick this morning, mostly in the foothills and mountains. King tides impacting the coast with a beach hazard statement in effect until noon tomorrow, Coast up to 80 today. Inland 89 the mountains 71 the deserts up to 85 Right now downtown. We are very clear and 55 degrees. Kogo news time is 6 42 more than half of Americans, 53% say Thanksgivings being served with an added helping of anxiety this year. This is, according to a new survey. Yeah. Joining us on the cocoa news, Live line, healthy living expert Judy Gamma and Good Morning, Judy. Good morning, boys. This hot topic or what? It definitely is. So what is stressing people out the most about this coming Thanksgiving? Well, I think because that's the time when we really get together. Transgenerational e meaning that this is when grand parents and grand kids they're all the same room. People come home from college kids come home from college people fly in all the things that are, you know, hiding this, uh, Roland, Heightened awareness for are about Implode on us, you know, giving all of these people together. Better quote risk factors. Now, people that have been flying people that are in college people that are old. I mean, really, this is we should be a little nervous about this. So I mean, why plan to get together at all? If you've got all of these risk factors going on, Wouldn't that just make the stress go away? You know, it's so funny that we have to kind of Remind ourselves that isn't gratification isn't always the best. We have to think about water we willing to live with. Are we willing to live with the disappointment that we didn't get together? That one more thing in 2020 wasn't the way we thought it was gonna pan out. Or would we be more disappointed if we got together and then somebody got Jack, You know, it's not just somebody, but multiple people got sick and having had people my own family who have come down with with Cove it and luckily recovered. You know, it's not a fun thing, and it can be very, very serious. One of our family members is still dealing with Inside effects from it. So you really got to think about what you're putting at risk and put your own feelings aside and just think about others. What about a virtual Thanksgiving? Well, I think it's a great idea. We just have to be careful how we did it. You wanted to be successful, and here's a couple of rules. One don't ostracized. And when anyone who says you know, I don't want to do that. That's fine. Party with the ones who show up. Also, make sure that you set a time and your planet. You know, we're going to get together from this time to this time. Maybe 15 20 minutes. Uh, 30 minutes depending on how your group is, but think ahead of time, you know? What are we going to do Our on them. Don't get on there and go. Okay, We're all here. Now. What? Really plan it out. Put somebody in charge of it. Maybe you know they're running the questions around and starting the conversation. And my number one thing I tell everybody is Don't get everybody together in eat in front of your computer. Don't don't make it in eating zoom event because nobody looks good shoveling food in their mouth in front of their camera. And people don't like to watch other people eat. So be mindful of that. All right? Yeah, This is just 2028, I think is maybe one of those right off here is we just write it off and go? Yeah, Nothing's gonna be normal here. Healthy living expert Judy Gamma. Joining us here on the cocoa news. Live line. Thank you so much duty. Always a pleasure. Okay, Coco News time is 6 46. How you can save a life by just rolling up your sleeve. We'll tell you about a big blood drive coming up. It's 7 11. Stories Trending in San Diego, reporting another daily record of coronavirus cases.
Closing Out the NBA Bubble With Malika Andrews
"So Melita. Today is the day where are we reaching you right now for the listener if you could describe what's around you what you're looking at potentially I suppose the last time. I'm in my hotel room at the Grand Destino. Coronado Springs. Hotel. And this has been my my room, my home, my apartment for the last one, hundred, seven days Melita Andrews has been inside the NBA bubble as long as any other member of the media. It feels like moving I'm down to the bits and bobs that are no longer fun like the half eaten bag of Doritos did I want to decide what I want to do with and the? Is that I have to decide really to these need to stay or go but I only have about two hours until I am getting picked up. And then you will be back among us out years. So Melita as. The most successful covert related experiment in America comes to an end. What's the current status of the bubble? Now are people still abiding by all the protocols yesterday officially, the bubble quote unquote burst and it means a green yellow and red zone which coordinates to the colors of our credentials. So previously where I was staying was all green, which was the first tier, wear players, referees, select media, members, coaches, MBA staff were, and those folks got tested every day when the Lakers won that became more squishy because the governor's owners or whatever you want to call them like Guinea boss who was in yellow were able to come down onto the court, the agents and family members and thinking of folks like rich Paul. Who had watched the championship in yellow were then to come into the Green Zone to party all night long with the Los Angeles Lakers this hotel opens to the public tomorrow while so we're literally the last people in here. There are maybe half a dozen MBA staff trying to make sure that. is getting figured out I actually went to the package to check for one more package and it was like last packages for Lebron James Lacks packages for Jimmy Butler last. For, Andrews. Melinda Adams all lined up sort of all in one area. So. Melinda when the bubble burst yesterday, my producer said. Oh Melita. You are not going to be ready. And she's right I'm not. What Melinda was referring to what she was warning you about is what it's like on the outside he yeah. Well, because everything when I first got here, there were a lot of folks who joked. When you got out of quarantine you served your time Oh, your your time is up. And that always bothered me mainly because when you look at the prison systems in the United, states that has been a hotbed for corona virus in many cases because people are in such close quarters and so. They couldn't be more different than the discomfort that folks who are incarcerated here in the united. States are going through as they're battling covid and what that means. People keep asking me here I get texts from my family I get it from the people who are checking us out. Are you so excited to go home I think when I came down here for months ago there was a real hope that I had that it would sort of be like this machine I would go in, get spit back out on the other side and things would be different. Country Standpoint of where we at with CORONA VIRUS AND That anxiety. Is. Still there.
"coronado" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"On. The Armed Everybody was fucking dope. Thank you Ma'am like. Females like. A one more on my show sent him to rolling radio DOT COM okay. Now. Would is in the works. Now for W Cobra, just dropped the scene coal clean to drop another single another single. EP. Fans expect. Yeah. So our goal right now is to keep dropping singles every month. Just to be. Consistent. Bo who knows maybe an EP and album in the future? It's to be determined. Wall BAGELS are important because video. Might have been simple nash she was hard Yarbrough. Goes a long way in. That's what most rappers when they come to visuals in their videos that they don't understand it. They want cars, they want this they want them. Yeah and it's just like Bro like keep it simple and it's just you got it. Straight up. Okay Here's what I didn't see in your video. What I didn't see your video was a Red Cup a guy trying to pretend like he's drinking. Hennessy. I didn't see a girl Torkan slow-motion. I didn't see you blowing smoke at the fucking camera. Okay. Wonder the videos no not. One. Not Just. Says some all like spinach it. Like. That's what a lot of video today in a nutshell or. A girl toward and you've got to have a some biggest flatly booty sheets. A RED CAR and. We blowing fake money. Fake money you know damn. Well, they'll probably with your mom I get it. But and I'm just being honest because some of these guys. Are. They're they're. slashing. I would rather do a video with like you just did. Simple to the point. Talent and the skills of there. That's GonNa take you a long way right over somebody throwing money and having a girl in slow motion. So you know and I guarantee you that work air stink. anyways. Okay. Let's talk about your hat. Oh yes. This is the newly released via Coronado Keith bucket hat with the Purple Stitching y'All can get it link in my bio same thing and. We even got some stickers for Y'all here. So y'all welcome to take stickers. Okay. Well, you got anything on the west side website. I'M GONNA go ahead and send those stickers out and so So they have volume coronado. Yeah. Yeah. Okay now. Shouts Oh shadows I got a list go. Time. So I want to make a shoutout to Seoul felony who got me started on my journey as a rapper, my family who is watching at home my fiance who always supported me from the get a be real TV for love and support he does silent giant in distribution my niece l. today's her birthday happy. Birthday. Mama's I'm sorry Mr. Party Lopez taking a leap of faith and my daughter ASE boogie mommy loves you baby. boogie Ace. Booking. The name. Her name's Abbas. But she's my little girl. She's she. She got moves. Gusto these. On big sponsor I hear a dope. Anything else that I didn't ask you that you want me to ask you or you WANNA share and the time. Be taken us a bobby anything. Anything that you want to promote you WANNA share whatever. Oh Yeah. So you can you guys can I mean I'm pretty sure you guys have it on foot dis-official you guys can follow. So Felony Y'all can follow hobby lobby on the beat and you guys can subscribe to my vehicle channel Coronado vehicle. Other. than the than the hat you're going to be coming out eventually with some other merch. Yes. Okay. Most definitely different colors too soon. Let me go and tell you thank you very much. Thank you teen. Harvey Lopez Jail J. Lo. Just. Joking. So. Thank you for making this happen brother and thank you for being here. So you truly different pleasure. I'M GONNA go ahead and give my shot out stone. John Drama the fuck. Elkins. I want to Jewish out to be scown this. digi media clips and. Bella go see Boris karloff lunching. Freaky Tales I'm sorry. So other than that deliver now baby girl were in the building. Thank everybody, for tuning. Express Gold Lakers, we're going to win this motherfucker. We'll be back Wednesday one hundredth episode special guest. Much much respect too long or prosperous life anchorman. Likewise, you got to be blessed. So you guys plan state. Your back. Radi Young..
"coronado" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"A soccer. Whatever You like the state of hip hop today. I. It's it's A. It's an. It's like in a shaky kind of movement at this point because of just everything that's been happening politically but I feel like it there's definitely room to for improvement. And I feel like we're you know hip hop always pulls through. So I'm not worried. Now. So you didn't get the turntables. Used you. Try. To. Give. What inspires you to move into the realm of wrapping. You're. GonNa Laugh. Actually wanted to be a break dancer after. I became a DJ. Yeah. Yeah I was able to do what they call a drill, which was he spin on your head really fast. I was able to do like maybe two or three spins on my head other than that I mean I I was more into like flipping like tumbling on doing back. Let's and stuff like. I tried doing a windmill. fucked up my arm. Pretty pretty bad. Yeah. It On I know. Anybody, know what did I battle anybody mostly just the smaller kids in my neighborhood because they were better than me. What about brought up Rockin Yell? Yeah Dude I love top rocking I think That's usually when you get into breaking. That's the basics before you get into Graham movements and footwork. So talk rocking, was I mean I used to go on I mean even till this day I still watch like be boy events in. The freestyle sessions a couple years ago it was held in here. At the in. La. I think it's right there on I forget the name of the club. But yeah, it was a two day event and actually bought tickets for one day and I snuck in the second day's. Not. Kind of you do. Maybe that. That's so I'm trip that you just love like the old school like. I guess where we lived we lived through. Okay now. Now you said. A lot of your school artist you love he loved the old school hip hop today you said, you know it's kind of a shaky plays hip hop through list compared to breaking breaking was in its beginning stages when I will break down. And breaking just involved in his. Now. Hell. Yes. Dude was saying I. Mean you see the craziest thing like I. Follow this. His name's be boy Malysh I think he's from Russia and he's like six years older. Eight years old something like that I mean this is a bee's he has power moves on point and I'm just like damn. In I can only imagine like what what do their parents do you know like how did they get into that movement? So I can only imagine they're probably either like I mean they know hip hop obviously they have to. I'M GONNA. Tell you something. And I hope he's watching somebody tells them what I. In, the eighties I went to. RADIO TORONTO To me, I met the the best breaker in the world it was. Kid, name or Oracle. Or that was his name Origo aftermarket up. Okay. He wouldn't stop spending on his. He wouldn't he will take off his shoes and he will bend his body and. His back back to back back towards at windmills stop and he would do it the other way like reverse. Yes and that's hard. That's in the eighties gain. Kept in contact with him little by little and then I met somebody that was they. I bleed sister. and. This is mid nineties now. So he told me man here now remember that Guy Utah was the best break in the world city. He goes he's right here dating my sister. Put Him on the phone. I talked to him. Donahue member who I am bubble Blah but I'm not sure trump. Here's my my point here story. I said children go to New York back in the day in the eighties. and. Here's what he told me and I'm quoting him. I went over there everybody up. Bad Because of me, they started coming up with your own power move guy. And he said he said, I, don't even know what the hell that is breaking right? But yeah. He said he goes I got to meet rock steady New York City breakers and again is what he said none of those guys could fuck. He became a part of those groups. That's though that's definitely. I mean break-dancing is definitely like if I go on Youtube that's the first thing I'm looking up is like I know a lot of old school rap ours and also breakers no or quiz Utah either radio. Cooper and definitely. A COP. Yeah from a city lobby Dan. Really really. We're going to take a break. We're going to press. Paul's right they're. GonNa come right back. Okay everybody. Once again, we're GONNA take a ten minute break I'm going to start doing a little bit so mission you guys don't go nowhere sure you call somebody take somebody slaps shit I somebody. Let them know that Dahlia Coronado's and the mother fucking building and we're GonNa talk about her hat when we put back. Welcome back everybody to wrote in episode ninety, nine Dan I gotta finish this so that I could hit a hundred on Wednesday. Thanks to you guys for subscribing. You know what I think twenty six, thousand subscribers. Twenty five in less than a year. So WanNA. Thank everybody who has a scribe who supported me and who believes in voting radio because here is where we shine light on a up and coming artists or even established artists. We WanNA shine light on you and especially to my. Want to shine light are y'all WanNa see you guys win. This was a platform for you for everyone to come and share your story, your music and. All I want to. Shine light on that be a part of in hope you have a long a successful and prosperous career. So with offer to do once again. Coronado eighty percent almost us. Good good. So. Now You have very, very interesting background you grandmaster flash. break-dancing. We call it up rocking top rocking. Name from there. In the probably hear some tweaks. Blown US up. It's all good know it's still going on. Yes. So so then now you decide to take breaks or Wrapping what fire that? actually again my who is now my fiance he works for an organization called street poets and he got me into writing poems and I was very resistant at first. Didn't want because to me I mean at that time I was like eighteen and I thought it was funny and I was clowning them at first and then. And then it kind of draw draw me in and then they were like, no, what just write whatever you feel and then I, did and I I spit what I had. It was a very short poem I. Don't even remember what it was. And he said, Yo you need to be like you need to come to the studio we have a studio. And then I went into the studio and I was nervous. I'd even have like I had this one little poem that I wrote and. We recorded that and we did it like maybe thirty takes for this one little calm and I'm sorry to ask a little poem. It wasn't a wrap. It was just you would just say. It was just like me talking how I don't even remember what it was about to be honest and then He had me recite that a few times and then he said, have you ever jumped on a beat And hours like known. He was like rap knows like, no, he goes. Why don't you try and then I had written something down before and then I Spit Bat and then he was like you're like we need to get you on some more beats and then so we started I joined this little thing. We made this thing called soul felony productions and he was like the Cam, behind it he was you know he produced it and everything and we jumped on that real quick and next thing you know I was on soundcloud you know just dropping some a couple of my. Leaving a producer, harvey being a producer. If. He didn't know you. We would ask what are does come from who produced on what did you get away with? It just instrumentals they were instrumentals he produced them his name's art art. You guys can look them up on instagram. He's a very dope producer and so we started off he he gave me a few of his beats and. And Yeah I just took it and ran with it. So okay. So now you were writing poetry studio were eighteen years old. So now of the ask you. Have you jumping on a beat? Okay I'll try. They heard you. They liked it. So now the beach come. How did the raptor the writing part happened that come natural? Somebody, teach you somebody mental you coach you. It came naturally actually.
"coronado" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"Like I wouldn't say motion I don't know I just didn't have any characters myself because I'm sixteen. I'm so scared to be in front of these now. Judge is and there are cameras all over me. There's lighten my face in. It's just me and my mom and my mom I could see it. She's like, Oh no, my daughter is going to lose it like she's not going to make his lungs. She's so frantic and scared so I just wasn't comfortable. I got through like one song and kind of like I. Can't do this. I'm going GONNA cry nonverbal Welby guys because then so disease this. So then I just never went back after that I told my mom only moments was already like them. So sorry that I did this. I. Let you down but she's only got it at least I. got that I experience to say like I tried out for the voice and I made the first audition like I just feel like that's pretty full. Didn't make or just what you just sell that one I just Kinda quit. I probably could have made that second one but after my second song I was like. I'm waiting to nervous right now and I'm GONNA fucking lose all the lyrics I have in my head. I was so scary but I was sixteen I was young going through a lot of at that time so. I had this wasn't Now. Maybe I would have been that you. Yes. Yes. I learned a lot. He's going GONNA. DO WE'RE GONNA go ahead and press pause right there we're gonNA take a ten minute break. We're GONNA come back. We're going to talk about all the that coming out your instagram is up so encourage everybody to follow you on instagram. Go ahead and blow her up. And follow her and check out our latest counting, and now you've got new stuff coming up. Yes. Okay. Cool. coast. So once again, everybody mission call somebody take somebody slap the shit out of somebody. Let her know that baby girls on the motherfucker building back in ten minutes. We back don't fuck around Welcome back everybody to wrote Radio Episode Ninety Nine and I'm not gonNA, waste any more time because we're having a conversation so Once again. A girl almost seventy. Good. Give me. Okay. Now, we talked about the voice on the second party pretty much just said. What did you go from there? What was your next day? Did you decide to take seeking serious that you wait awhile or I waited awhile? Okay. A lot of. Crazy events happened. In my life from that point to now I barely started taking music seriously last year. And I, think he was. Descended literally last year like the last month. So December, I barely started taking this all seriously last year. and. I just feel like. I don't know I it took me a while because I had to grow up in order to get to where I am right now. 'cause. I just I. Really was not ready even though so many people really you're so ready for this like you have such a beautiful voice don't waste it stop wasting all of your talent 'cause I was I was wasting it so much from age sixteen to. Not, I would say till now because. I have a three year old enough you know. But before she was born, that's when I wasted everything. So From Age Sixteen to twenty is when I was descended them like darkest times of my life and I was just wasting a lot of my time my talent. So. I feel like in a way my daughter brought all this back out of me and she just made me realize like, wow, I'm not like I should he pursue I'm a great mom I feel and she just made me want to teach her like if you have a dream go after it don't listen to anybody else if they're telling you own your mom now you can't do this business I just wanted teacher like if you have a dream go after it. No matter what no matter what. So I just feel like now I'm at a better place in my life where I have. I have the right mindset to take all this seriously now. Okay. You brought up. I. Have a dream I. always encourage everyone comes here or just people that I meet us as a dream and I want to do this. If you're going to have a dream I, encourage you to dream big. Don't don't ever be like well, as long as I get my CD's at the meat. You know dream big. You know even if nobody believes you leaving yourself. Okay. Because believe me there's times where when I started this podcast, everybody was telling me don't ever live nobody will tune in. That's what people tell nobody will tune in real and they were like, yeah. It'll be good. Just have maybe two or three people now being embarrassing and I was like, wow, you know one. Out. But I did over sixty podcast in two thousand and nineteen were interviewed me. And I think only to the people that I did orchestra went live and when I look at the numbers I, think he had like twenty eight people you know and I thought okay that was cool. You know now here on average average between eight hundred, thousand people night and it's a slow night that's a slow. Yeah. Yeah. So I think the most we ever had live I want to save over twenty five hundred. And I always artist here to do more to come here cocky and you want to show off their hard. You know after top when's the last time you performed in front of Twenty five hundred people. I've never done that so. my I did like. School talent show when I was in eleventh grade. I've never performed music I have never performed that like I said last year when I started taking seriously and then we were hit with. COVID. So I have yet to perform. I have not performed any anything yet. It has caught blocked everything. Everything and as such because I, know a lot of our friends are artists bj's promoters can do nothing how you know so..
The U.S. Jobs Recovery Is Sputtering
"What is happening to this recovery here? This is concerning Yeah. I mean, the overall number of jobs is still large by historical standards, but we've just regained a little over half the jobs we lost in the spring, and we're losing momentum way too early and where we are most worried about things in the service sector in the state and local government sector, big job losses there, so this is a worrying loss of steam. I do see fewer people now on part time layoff, but more people on permanently off. That's right. That's right. So the big story driving the unemployment rate early in this recession was people on temporary layoff. They are still coming back. Meanwhile, people who are permanently losing their jobs continues to rise, another worrying trend here. You're pointing out to me. Some of this is women with carrying special burdens in this cove it economy not going back to work. Yeah, The entire decline in the unemployment rate was people leaving the labor force just giving up looking for jobs, and it was mostly women. So we know there's a big challenge that people with school is school age Children are facing and they're giving up. For now, That's that's bad news. Julia Coronado at Macro Policy Perspectives. Thank you for this.
Apple Fire in California spreads to over 20,000 acres
"Are on the front lines of the apple fire in Riverside County, which is only 5% contained after burning more than 20,000 acres and forcing thousands to evacuate. 15 engines have been sent from Caliph. I wre San Diego caliph IRS, Thomas Shoot, says The agency is well equipped to help out and still stop any fires in our own backyard. It's nice that little toe offer stuff to help. We all know it. Plenty of resources make their way down to us when we're so we have plenty of resources and still well covered. Shoot, says The pandemic is also changing how evacuation shelters air run, keeping as few people as possible on site there, make sure they're taken care of, and and they're gay and my hotel in place to stay and additional help. Also coming from San Diego fire rescue as well as fire departments and power away and Coronado Joshua Lipton KOGO News. An
COVID 19 Travel News
"Welcome to the war nomads podcast. We'll be keeping you up to date travelers information about Coronado answering some uplifting news views to inspire you and keeping smiling took I. It's true with you. Those topics energy analyst in lockdown in Paris. Thought I feel Italy. What is happening on? Well social distancing and wearing masks is still required in Italy. It has said child to lockdown while at least most of their structures there in face to of locked down where they can leave their homes for less urgent reasons including exercising impacts and visiting relatives and some of those people have been locked emphasis being like eight ten weeks. Jesus came to get outside. Wouldn't you? Yeah we'll what other? Headlines have forced to speaking of face masks it's now compulsory to wear a face mask on. Moist. Us Airlines American Airlines United Delta and Frontier Airlines. Join jetblue in the order. Look after initially signed Feis Moss provided protection the CDC changed its mind and recommends they used to prevent people who are affected. But don't know it from spreading the corona virus hints. The idea of wearing face masks when you are apply no in the terminal a look speaking of American Airlines. They've posted a whopping two point. Two billion dollar loss for the three months of the years I fought but that saying it's not the end for the add that side. I've got six point. Eight billion in the quantity for the current quarter and government is another Money that's coming in. I reckon they'll rise that to eleven billion in liquidity into the second quarter so then Guyana and talked soon we would hook. One of the world's most popular tourist sites has had a ninety nine point five percent drop in visits in April. It's Cambodia's ankle what which normally takes in seven million dollars a month in phase but with just six hundred fifty visitors last month the takings were poultry thirty thousand dollars to there that suicide for that economy. Yes they rely on older people all around ankle. What who yes yes. That's that's not even taking into account that loss of money for all of those people there as we NI- tourism and travel with temperatures of GDP. This people survive exactly but pre convert remember though talks that they were going to restrict the number of visitors to anchor. What because of tourism. Yeah two point six million people in las GSA. It's probably yeah. It's bad for the people who try to make a livelihood from around it but You know maybe it's time to reset on those things in control nights. I love finally. I've got some good corona virus needs for you Beijing's Forbidden City is. I've been to the public for the first time. Since January twenty fifth Visited THEY TEMPERATURE. Take him when they come in and I have to show that. They are covered free and healthy vira verification. App on their fine and there's a sign of things to come in the future. I think we're all going to have to get something some sort of verification that we covered fray before we can go into public places in travel bets the new. GonNa use air quotes new normal. You know they got. I can't I lane. Show is a journalist and photographer. Who prior to the pandemic would travel nine months out of the year beautiful? But he's currently in lockdown in Paris. I lived here for the past five years in so I it feels like home and gives them American. I didn't want to be in the US with the healthcare. They have it kind of sucks because most of my family's stuck in Seattle in it's been just messed it. Actually you doesn't yeah So Seattle was one of the first places where it was pretty bad or like Seattle area So I have like neighbors who are doctors who have their first doctors to fall. Ill And I was back home in February. Visiting my parents can also do an assignment and I had an injection and I try to go see a doctor. And it was the prices just exorbitant. Like thousand two hundred dollars just to get a doctor to look at my. I get a prescription so I just can't even imagine what it's like to deal with co bit right now as an American. So you're in lockdown which means you can't even go to restaurants and enjoy food no so everything is closed except for the essentials. They're quite strict about it. Because the cops. I live in the center of Paris and the cops have been actively I guess. Checking with people I went out yesterday for the first time because my laptop screen shattered on over the weekend. Which is so unfortunate. Never happened once. My life and Apple France has no way of fixing it side to find like a third party person of exit and I went out for the first time yesterday and it was terrifying. Explain that what was terrifying about it. I I'm reporting a lot of stuff for US news source new sites right now and so. I'm really up to date with like everything. Cove it And so I was reading a report from Finland about how like even sixteen might not be enough of distance. So it's a bike a four kilometers away yesterday to drop off my and people outside. Were not respecting social distancing A lot of people aren't wearing masks. Their parts of the city with half open produce shops and it was filled with people I was biking to dodge other people on the streets. A lot of cars have stopped respecting driving rules. I don't drive never driven in my life so I don't know what they are but I know for a fact. You should not be you turning wherever you want. I was on my bike. Like dodging cars as well It just seems very foreign world outside. It's society I don't recognize anymore now. You're also photographer. Are you documenting any of this? Not only for you sort of personal history but the back in the US. So I did a story. Few weeks ago for business insider about the first few days of walk down so yes I was documenting actively I'm still shooting from my window I just. I don't feel comfortable at all going outside. I've severe asthma even before this started like I'm always sick with like my lungs. I I just don't want to be outside right now I'm trying my best. I have a food diary with those going on of the foods. I'm eating at home Documenting life in my fifty square meters apartment as much as I can buy also fell like this crippling anxiety Trying my best to balance it out and I've been reading a lot about like why creatives don't feel very productive right now or anyone. Actually I was reading about grief at the beginning of how we're grieving like the old world and society we used to know. That's a bit much but now I've really under I think that's what it is like. I go through these weird cycles. I've never experienced really before. The other part is that my partner and I are in lockdown together. And he's a very logical person in. He's just doing what he has to do going to work from his off from our couch every day on like he's just like it's out of my control whereas I'm like spires really on my own. How do you think travel is going to change? Eilly the thing. The weird thing is that I travel so much so in the past three or four years. I've graduated from photography school. I was travelling like nine months of the year. And it's weird. I have like a background in conservation. Biology some all about being ECO friendly. I was just like Kinda gross out by how much I was traveling. Bozo where the The travel world was heading towards it was just too much like all these people taking weekend trips like for me. Traveling is about really understanding place and it requires time and so I told all editors I would not be traveling as much this year and so for me. It feels just like the perfect storm like I now don't have to explain to everyone. I'm not traveling as much. I've ING moving forward. We won't be traveling as much. We'll be chopping in a more thoughtful way. Which is a good thing definitely. I'm worried about all the people I've written about who works who make their income off tourism. That's one of the scariest things for me. And I have lots of family. Also still in Korea and Korea's kind of ahead of everyone else with the pandemic I would say and even they who have mostly under control people aren't moving as much So I think we won't be traveling for like a good year until the viruses totally controlled which means we have a cure or vaccine.
The Grand Canyon
"Have you ever heard of the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is the Whitest Canyon in the world and located in Arizona which also happens to be my home state. It's also considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The Grand Canyon is two hundred seventy seven miles long up to eighteen miles wide in over six thousand feet deep in places. It's very colorful a combination of reds browns whites and many other colors because each of the different layers or strata were formed at different times during the Earth's history. The Earth is very very old so the Grand Canyon is made up of different rocks from its two billion year old history early on the Grand Canyon was actually a mountain which overtime sunk down until it was flat. Then is the earth shifted. It became a canyon and over a very long period was even underwater. Eventually a river started flowing through the Canyon which is now known as the Colorado River. The water in the river was full of rocks. So over. Millions of years the river acted like sandpaper. Shaving down the canyon this is called erosion today. When you look at the Grand Canyon you can see the different layers in it similar to a layered cake. Some of the layers are white. Limestone other layers are filled with shells from was underwater and the upper layers are dark and reformed by a volcano after the Grand Canyon was formed into what it looks like today around three thousand years ago native people who now call the ancestral publians live near the Grand Canyon. They built homes out of stone and farmed corn squash and beans. They made carvings and paintings on Canyon walls which is one way we know they live there. Another group who lived there were called the co Nina for the ancestors of the modern Yuma Havasu Pie and who a lot by people who still live around the Grand Canyon. The native people call the Grand Canyon. Cab which means mountain on its side. The ancient people believed the Grand Canyon was a holy place and often visited for miles around to experience. It's wonder after Europeans discovered the new World Francisco Vasquez Coronado and a group of Spanish explorers were in the area. Searching for the fabled seven cities of Cipolla in fifteen forty Coronado ordered captain Garcia Lopez de Cardenas and. His soldiers to explore the area they and their Hopi native guides where the first European to see the wonders of the Grand Canyon. They were amazed at its size and fastness. Two hundred years passed until another European visited the canyon in seventeen seventy six to Spanish priests Francisco Dominguez and Sylvester de Escalate into explored southern Utah and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and the eighteen fifties. They were followed. By Jacob Hamlin a Mormon explorer sent by Brigham Young to find a way to cross the river. They made friends with the WHO a lot by tribe and found the crossing discovered by the Spanish priests which later became Lee's ferry. A theory is a place where a flat boat helps wagons and people cross the river then in eighteen sixty nine major John. Wesley Powell led the first expedition down into the Canyon. He had set out to explore the Colorado River and the Canyon. They wrote down the river on a boat and survived the dangerous rapids and finally ended up in what is now known as MOAB UTAH. John Wesley Powell later became famous for the founding of the Boy Scouts of America. In one thousand nine hundred three. President Theodore Roosevelt visited the Grand Canyon and marveled at its beauty. Teddy Roosevelt was known for his love of nature and spent much of his time outdoors in the Grand Canyon. He did everything he could to help. Preserve its natural. Wonder he worked to make it a national monument and believe places like the Grand Canyon should be preserved so people all over the world can enjoy it. All Roosevelt was president. He formed the National Parks Association to help. Save places like the Grand Canyon today. The Grand Canyon is one of the most famous places to visit in the world with about five million visitors every year. Who come from all over to see and explore it. Most people just come to look out over the vast canyon. I've been there a few times with my family. It's about a four hour. Drive from US where we live near Phoenix Arizona. The last time I went we brought our foreign kids who also looked out over it in awe. We had to hold them close to us because the canyon is a very steep drop below which made us very nervous. When I was in high school our family and a group of other families hiked down into the part of the canyon known as Havasu Pie. We drove there early in the morning and had all of our camping gear and food loaded onto the back of mules. Then we hiked about four hours down into the Canyon at the bottom of the trail. The huge picturesque Havasu falls. You can swim at the falls. Jump off cliffs and hike further into see and swim in the waterfalls. Our trip was very fun but took a turn for the worse when one of the days I slept on Iraq and twisted my ankle pretty bad the next day we were supposed to hike out so my close friend. I got up early and started hiking. I live most of the way. Even up the steep switch-backs. It was a rough hike out but the waterfalls and swimming holes made it worth it anyway along with hiking people take helicopter tours over the Grand Canyon love to raft the Wild Colorado River. They also take horseback tours down into the Canyon. And it's very popular. Hike it from Rim Durham. By sisters in their friends. Do this recently. Another main attraction is the Grand Canyon. Skywalk which lets you walk on a glass bottom path out over the canyon so you can look at the drop far
Don Tamaki on Stop Repeating History
"Is the background? And the purpose and the goal of the Stop Repeating history campaign that you are a Parv well as the listeners know in one thousand nine hundred eighty two almost one hundred twenty thousand Americans of Japanese ancestry were removed on the say so of the government alone and put in in American style concentration camps three individuals charged the challenge government in that process. Read Komatsu Gordon Arabiya. She and Menu Suey. And those cases were heard in nineteen forty three and forty four and the Supreme Court to their surprise ruled against them and those cases stood for almost thirty seven years for the proposition that without trial without evidence entire racial group. Lose your freedom. Their property and be imprisoned indefinitely by accident thirty seven years later in the nineteen eighties of secret intelligence reports from the army the navy the FBI were found. They surfaced all of which admitted japanese-americans Americans oppose no threat in he committed no wrong and Department of Justice lawyers urging their higher ups basically to tell the truth and not lied to the US Supreme Court and on that basis. We assembled hey legal team to represent all three lead against I was on the legal team representing Redcar. Matsu and based on that evidence of misconduct really abusive power lies in order to manipulate. The of those cases of Fred Karma sues a criminal conviction for Divine. The military orders were overturned and In separate actions the convictions of coordinator beyond Xinmin Yasui and the legal team basically educated the public about what happened when trump announced his travel ban in January twenty. Seventeen we reconvene these legal teams In order to to work with the quarterbacks who center in Seattle and the law firm of Aken Gump to represent the adult children of Fred. Komatsu Corden here beyond Menu. Sui Basically make brief was to remind the court that When they when the court stood down and did not ask questions and accepted the government's claim that doing this Drastic separation civil liberties made the nation safer. It was a civil liberties disaster. So we filed amicus brief Basically to urge the court to examine whether the travel ban Really made the nation safer or in fact was merely fulfillment by trump campaign. Promise that he made repeatedly on the campaign trail down the borders to Muslims and American families of entering the country. Saturday in two thousand eighteen. The court has upheld the travel ban. Five four but we had launched a public education campaign called stop repeating history in order to also inform the public. What had happened and that it ought not to be repeated so I love to hear what your thought is in your whole team. Start when you saw. The travel ban announced his clearly. You being intimately involved in the overturning of the Coronado to indicated by Ashi end the convictions node. The history in intimately well. What kind of parallels did you see that in your mind in your team's mind Signaled the fact that the travel ban against Muslims and a lot of refugees as well is literally in your organization's word repeating history. We were enormously disappointed and angered by. The court's decision was cited by five to four majority. So there was a divided and we thought it was an opportunity for the court to once and for all reverse in truth. Komatsu versus the United States. Judge Chief Justice Roberts did provide lip service have met decision basically saying the core mottes who was wrong. The day was decided but in the same breath join the majority polling the travel ban which in our mind reinforced the worst and most dangerous aspects of Karma swoop versus the United States which was when the executive branch the president invokes. National Security. Courts will stand down. They'll abdicate their traditional constitutional role of being a check and balance on the presidency. And the problem with that is when you have an executive branch which is gone rogue and would certainly happened in nineteen forty two and it's happening now. It opens the door for tremendous abuse of power in the lesson of monsoon. Is that when there is no check and balance The temptation for political leaders to Fabricate facts to misrepresent Epa evidence in order to manipulate the outcome of in this case Major Supreme Court cases that temptation becomes irresistible and the founders of this country certainly understood that every high school civics students knows that we have three branches of government. We have executive branch the Presidency the legislative branch. Which is Congress and the judiciary the cords? Each are coequal each. You're supposed to be a check and balance on the other and the genius of the system was it was really designed to thwart the rise of kings in tyrants and when those systems fail as they did for Japanese Americans. This is how dictators get started. You have in this case of President. Exercising unfettered power and the consequences are severe. You have children being separated from their parents. You have a president who targets minorities whether they be immigrants muslim-serb refugees and the latest attacks are on Asian American specifically Chinese Americans by labeling a global pandemic as a quote Chinese virus and institutions are supposed to be check and balance on that kind of abuse and we see history repeating itself all over again. I want to dive in a little bit. Into the point you made about Fabricating Facts to litigate in front of Supreme Court which is pretty mind boggling for everyday citizens to even contemplate you know we generally hold the Supreme Court to pretty high esteem is the highest core of the land is the final. I call or final decider on a lot of highly controversial disputed issues but to your point people or government in this case in particular actually lied to the Supreme Court to get their position one. And you have a lot of experience with that in the overturning of the quartermaster case. I think that is essentially. What you your team discovered that lets you even the possibility that you could overturn the Supreme Court case which again too many people's minds that is the final decision right when the Supreme Court says something whether you decide whether you agree with it or not it is done but of course they are edge cases and exceptions to that. Could you tell us about? Maybe your experience overturning. The Komatsu case will was the discovery of that. Were the lies that were discovered that. Lets you guys even being able to do this? And then of course tying to what we are experiencing right now whether it's the Muslim ban or potentially other offer things can happen in the future. While thirty seven years after the fact the Supreme Court cases decided Komatsu here she knew. Sui In nineteen forty three and forty four thirty seven years after that secret intelligence reports were discovered by accident by researchers Peter Irons and Heiko Yoshinaga hurt sick. Which really all that. The government in order to manipulate the outcome of these landmark Supreme Court cases fabricated evidence and even burn them and despite the protestations of Department of Justice official soon attorneys who urged their superiors that they ought not to be lying to the Supreme Court to clarify. We did not over earned the decision. What happened was basically Before nearby she in ministry five the orders for this bass removal. They were charged and convicted with Criminal violations and Suffered criminal penalties and we reopen these cases. A writ of error was the only device reopen these ancient cases. That would've otherwise been time. Barred by this limitation isn't criminal writ calls rhetoric quorum notice which allows litigation to reopen their case to clear their name and doesn't give them any money as and give back the years that they lost. They can remove their criminal. Convictions we won on those. The government appealed their loss and then they withdrew their appeal in our system. Only the loser can appeal not the winner and so the the withdrawal of the appeal was a very strategic. Move to keep it out of the. Us Supreme Court And only the court supreme court can reverse itself now when the trump versus quiet case came up in twenty eighteen. That was an opportunity for the court squarely. Look at the facts Komatsu because there were very similar to the travel ban and actually reverse it reverse that case and sadly the court didn't take that
Leveraging Artificial Intelligence in Cardiology with David Chung, Head of Carewell Health
"It's a true privilege to have you here on the podcast. David thanks for joining. You're welcome so what else would you like to highlight to the listeners. And in particular sure I'd like to know more about why you get into the medical sector I really I really gunned medical sector with more like faith or I'm actually patient myself. You've got into it because I know in the world business you can create efficiency drive everything better and faster but one thing that hurts the most my mom always say health is wealth when you Harvard Heaven Heart attack. You have a need a disease. You don't have any choices at you or healthy. You cannot work unit a healthy Network you can approve table as more of everyone in have health and I wanted to bring health to everyone and as important as it pointed to me as if everyone because this family history not really would house genetically. While I think that's a great great call out David and health is wealth and I I would say even more right and and so when we discuss this topic when I had the chance to connect beforehand the difference between merely innovating versus marketing ad love to dive into that idea with the listeners. Here what are your thoughts on that. Why is it important? Boyce important because health off is actually look at us as Is everyone everyone should I could literally innovate anything or anybody could innovate in even a lot. The things is actually very successful patient population but how is it being disseminated to be able to deplore to everyone. That's the key ticket. For example you know. I could develop a very popular wherever devices to measure a lot of is the ultimate data. What happened this devices actually auto reached because it's too excessive or is the incorrectly market specifically concentration of chronic disease patients? Where while it could actually push every single patient to be used to predict AH prevent improve preventive healthcare? So that's important is try not to focus Problem with just for the chronic disease population focus focus in overall health population even outside at hostile and try market at a very affordable way is a challenge. Not only for me for every every other big giant companies industry too. I think it's a really great call out. You know inside if you innovate. That's not necessarily enough. You gotta be able to market canalization and make it available and so tell us a little bit of bounce The work that you do at CARE well and Intel L. Life-science the division there. What are you guys doing to market is better? We're doing artificial intelligence business so we all know. Aw patient data to create an artificial intelligence engine that can protect heart disease. Our example will be a typical patient will call nine one one when they have heart attack. What I have is I've artificial intelligence that can predict it your impending beating a diseases patients before he coronado want desperate? But how do we even market that right now. We have to be simple. Look at today's physicians. Right you have your servers yet this machine. Yeah that machine you have this platform that there's no enough for the lock and everything in the world. It got five six seven opening. The last I want to do is is to be another provider Provider to add another platform for you to look at but it might strategy of Marketing Shoe Polish. It connects with the most well-known system other and create platform is open ended. Were any solution can plug it in and just going to one place and and seamlessly get all the data where you want Monto of patient if you want a strategy has been doing this for treating well so make it simple. Simple is really elitist. Keep the time should be spent on patients. Not Looking data lock in a couple of websites forgot the password funds love. It adds a great call out and sounds like you guys have a quick way into the market. Give us an example. So have you guys. Launched or you still in development we are in what we develop. This technology was span around hundred. Fifty million dollars has a database about one hundred times more than the recent study study for Mayo Clinic and is highly accurate. Cmr's of the approve currently there. Are Anybody be able to compete with this. This but my challenge is dead active legion. How they launch to let the PUCK? Nobody's advanced technology. We are launching this. The first face aid North America United States and through telehealth platform. You're out that form. Why don't you just click the button here? Go a power you can have all your decisions positions within five seconds Patient's heart disease attack before it happens. So that's one way to do it. October second will be launching California so waiver very excited about that. Hopefully hopefully I could give a good speech WHOA about Well listen it's around the corner and you're saying one of the ways people will be able to get access if they're currently using your telehealth platform. What telehealth platform is that? I can say okay. Gotcha but it's a very popular. Well known to have platform at the partnership as a partnership. Got It Ganic. I think it's very well know is even Nastase using the same platform that stay NASA so's secure will say very cool while a great opportunity around the corner to access a and clinical decision support predictive analytics. It's is all very exciting. And and so these types of advances don't happen easily and so I love to hear from you David what you believe. Steve is maybe a setback. That you guys had in the development of this technology that that led to a big Aha and the reason why the platforms a strong as it is today time I would say time and resources is also very shortly. The the need for this is important that makes us to say a how we did a southwest problem so look a statistically America has about twenty million adult population should diagnose a heart diseases for me as a matter for me to spend a hundred million dollars for this. Doesn't Miss Three dollars. Persian it that if I could predict heart disease for three dollars now you could reduce our yard business reduce I could predict heart attack so you have planned surges Ah-ha aw for patients actually were diagnosed incorrectly. And then now they just misdiagnosis the reimbursement. Denial so the wrong is a drugs lawsuits. All those will be gone off so I think it makes sense so that was a moment that we had. Why don't we do this? Challenge this artificial intelligence artificial intelligences It is as simple as training childhood how to read a book you could feed thousand before the trial and to peace city Components one does look as clean and actor is medical data Structural Vice and second of all you also have to have Train to chop off a redesign. It's just gonNA feed this data. Will they call machine learning that. Resell you happen when I tell them Santarpio's bunch of books they not gonna a lot. The Sun rip in launching public in do positions Galore. Exactly so kind to write. You know you gotta continue doing this again a and again again every time you make an error my certified urologist Learning Brain Multiple iterations to have you as later under fifty million dollars and got it work for the cost of a microcosm healthcare is we. We need to fall from patients. aspirated arrayed that knows the heart diseases. Often patients No they had it Heart disease patients publishes. Yeah yeah no that's Fascinating work and so the data I. I'm sure a lot of people are wondering like where did you guys get all this data and Intel is a self self insured employer is that were a lot of it is coming from Lo- low. Data's actually coming from outside the front country so I do have wait. We're into a partnership with Intel. Actually Building Custom Air Could actually process artificial intelligence Without the Internet. So that's a strong arm about Intel. The latest Acknowledging Open Dino over platform showed if endurance is actually sixteen times faster. What that means is that you know? I'm thinking about your laptop. That has a gate Ram. I am sixty times that I don't even as similar so I can I can. It's been okay. I at the speed that allows us to make decision making a great lot faster more accurate and so so intel has a chip that will be able to be empathy. I guess used in a lot of these devices has correct. Yes and we are a very large manufacturer so example would be Active put a chip in Device with an ambulatory instantly is going to be diagnostics. NFC APPRO- and you do not eat is complete disconnect connected. You don't need to connect to anything. No Internet no network. You don't need. Aws You didn't even zero That can also be applied into Help us now. You can diagnose patients remote even in Africa is we do have project with a gauge invasion to fascinating fascinating work and the promises is pretty
Coronavirus Upends Businesses
"Corona virus continues to spread. Many businesses stay closed in New York. I'm sure in for David Brancaccio. The number of new corona one of IRIS infections continues to rise more than forty thousand infections mostly in mainland China. Not More than nine hundred people have died. The Chinese government and businesses are trying to contain the virus spread closing factories and ports quarantining major population centers and keeping workers from returning to their jobs and as people's lives are being being turned upside down by the virus and efforts to control it. The economic ties linking them to the rest of the world are also being disrupted supply chains and the businesses that depend on them. Julia Coronado is founder of macropolicy perspectives and joins us to talk the bigger picture. Good Morning. Good morning so as far as markets are concerned it's not just debt krona viruses keeping people in their homes and factories closed. There's a bigger fear here. Can you talk about that. Yeah well the manufacturing cycle really was the epicenter of slowing slowing in the global economy. Last year there's been a lot of indications that we were turning a corner. Global Manufacturing was going to be better. That would lift global growth. That would help us. Exporters orders in the US manufacturing sector so this epidemic to hit the epicenter of global manufacturing in China really potentially derail that recovery. Do we have a sense of how much this will suppress global growth. Well it depends. If as some of the epidemiologists expect the rate of infection begins to plateau and viruses contained than we do have past episodes to look to where the hit two Chinese growth will be significant but probably temporary and will bounce back in coming months and then the ripple effects to other countries similarly. We'll be temporary and then bounced back but we still have to see that evidence that the virus is in fact contained Julia Coronado founder of macropolicy perspectives chiefs. Thank you my pleasure.
Mountain Lions Killed After Eating Human Remains Near Trail
"Officials Coronado National Forest have re opened the trail which was closed Monday night after three mountain lions were found weapon feeding on human remains officials say it does not appear the animals killed the victim but the mountain lions had to be put down because of the
What we know about the California boat fire victims
"This California boat fire that started this week off so tragically that dive boat fire up office Santa Cruz I would authorities are now saying the victims on that boat likely died of smoke inhalation not burns. the victims in that dive boat they believe did did parish because primarily it was of smoke inhalation wasn't there they'd burned up they would have burned after the the the the the fact that all the passengers and one crew member had been sleeping in tight quarters beneath the deck they all had signs of smoke inhalation they have all of but been identified and now we know want one young woman had a connection here in Coronado and certainly a horrible tragedy for all of these people who are out having what was probably going to be the time of their life you know diving in and enjoying the beauty in the the value that is the Pacific Ocean on a on a wonderful weekend this investigation is continuing there's now a little bit of drama going on between whether or not the boat owner is going to be held liable for this sort of stuff for you and I both fully know that this is going to come down to big time lawsuits at some point which is a very sad for everybody involved that these people of one thirty three of them lost their
"coronado" Discussed on KGO 810
"Old Mary Coronado's who was killed while talking to her sister on the phone the suspect began firing after police tried to pull him over for not using a signal a check in the forecast now lots of sunshine temperatures in the mid to upper eighties inland it slows to mid seventies bayside and sixties at the coast temperatures will begin to cool off a couple of degrees by the middle of the week I'm Terry around to the back of the best of mark Thompson in just a moment Doug Andrew here have you ever lost money due to market volatility on your I. a reason for one case how did that feel what if I could tell you the exact day you will suffer the greatest economic loss in your eye a reason for one case I can tell you that day right now the day you begin to withdraw your money see the government has a permanent tax lien on your tax deferred I reason for one case that usually gobbles up about a third of your retirement nest egg only about two thirds of that is your money to pay for gas groceries prescriptions golf green fees during retirement solve your IRA four oh one K. dilemma for a half day learn how to retire by design join Douglas Andrew in Santa Clara and Dublin on Thursday September twelfth and in Walnut Creek and Palo alto on Friday September thirteenth this is a free event for those reservists seat in time call eight eight eight two six one eighty one eighty one to register and get details call now that's eight eight eight two six one eighty one eighty one. nor cal Honda dealers present ask Tom Tolbert today's question what team do you think will be celebrating when the summer is over right now I put my money in a team from a city thirty with an age now not Honolulu I also put my money in a car starting with an eight Honda because their end of summer celebration is the sale of the summer every new Hyundai model is on sale and they're all spectacular nor cal Honda dealers end of summer celebration is on celebrate Honda summer spectacular event with sizzling deals like a one eighty nine a month lease on the legendary civic loaded with high tech sporty style and always a kick to drive celebrate now through September third that's H. as in a hurry Lisa twenty nineteen civic sedan CBJ likes for one eighty nine per month for thirty six months at twenty one ninety nine due at signing for well qualified lessees approved by Honda financial services excludes taxes license no security deposit fifteen cents per mile over twelve thousand miles per year higher rates apply for lower credit ratings prices interns may very see dealer for details offer ends nine three nineteen for more info ask anyone who owns a Honda like me or visit North Carolina dealers dot com. tune in this Sunday from three to four PM on KGO eight ten AM for the purity products show where you'll learn about intelligent nutrition solution that Sunday Friedel four PM the purity products show on KGO. this product contains nicotine nicotine is an addictive chemical not FOR sale to minors website restricted to adults twenty one and over I've been smoking for awhile I tried feeding when it first came out it just didn't work for me but recently I tried my blue and actually gave me the nicotine satisfaction I was looking for my blue is easy to use it lasts all.
Five LA, OC Beaches Among Most Polluted In California
"As wet winter wasn't good for water quality at local beaches the rain wash tons of gunk into southern california coastal waters and that's evident in a new beach report from the environmental group healed obey loss angeles angel- and orange county's combined earned five spots on a list of the states ten worst beaches for water quality san clemente pier in orange county top the beach bummer list monarch beach at salt creek was the other orange county beach to lend on that list for the beaches in l._a. county included long beach at coronado avenue mother's beach in marina del rey and cabrillo beach and san pedro the news wasn't all bad l._a. had to beaches that made the groups on a roll and orange county had
"coronado" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"It's called called the del Coronado, even if even if there's even construction going on. It's still the best place. If there's a if there's bad weather, it's still the best place on earth. I agree. I love my city. I loved Adele. Unbelievable magin if you blessed enough to stay there how great that would be. What if what if somebody saying vacation, there, wouldn't you love that? I would love if someone vacation there, I probably would've enjoyed it, but somebody sent me there to work. As a long story. All right. What's on your mind today? Well, I Well, I, I think I would be regretful, if I didn't I say, thank you so much for your coverage of Russia gate. I know that we're gonna talk about something different, but I really just wanted to say thank you for forgetting this, right. And for standing up for Bernie Sanders when he wouldn't stand up for himself. I mean I think I was the only one defending the port. The fact that poor guy got ripped off royally in that and that primary, but I guess I'm the only one that cares. Then they tried to do it in the general election, and we call them. Exactly, exactly. But what I wanted to talk about today was the green new deal and you know, this, well, as far as I'm concerned garbage, that the Democrats are are trying to sell us. And, you know, they tried to fix healthcare, and I got stuck with the nineteen hundred dollars a month bills or a family of four, so quite frankly, I don't think I can afford to fix climate change the way that they want to fix it. But even if you agree that climate change is, is a big problem. You know, we tend not get it done through the government and especially can't get done through the Democrats so life blood of our economy. They want to eliminate ten years. It's a disaster and on top of everything being free. Now, I agree, we should be good stewards of, of the beautiful planet. God gave us and we should always be looking for new energy, new sources new technology. Whoever finds it creates. It discovers it is going to be a very wealthy person. The problem they have is it's based on phony science and fearmongering and also a political agenda. That is rooted in socialism, redistribution. The problem I have is in. I was going to say the fear, the Democrats play on a natural fear that Ono. What if I get sick? Oh, no. What if I can't work Ono I don't have? Enough money in the Bank. So here comes a group of people that as you rightly point out, every promise they make keep your doctor, keep your plan and save money turned into a disaster, where millions lost doctors their plans, and they all paid more. And then we're going to put our faith and hope that we're going to get rid of oil and gas the combustion engine. Everything's going to be free guaranteed job guaranteed vacations guaranteed school from pre K to college and through college and government healthy food, and whether you're willing or unwilling to work, and then we'll get rid of planes in cows, and those same, and you can't get your own private insurance now you're stuck. It's like ObamaCare, but you don't have a path away from it, and those people can never fulfill that promise and it's not about them wanting to give people stuff it is about them accumulating their power. And when you ask them the cost, and they say it's irrelevant it is the most relevant question, because it's not something we could ever afford. And it's not what freedom and liberty. And what are found IRS meant when they talked about, in our founding document that our rights are given by God? We're doubt by our creator with, you know, the pursuit of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, that, that means we get to choose. We don't need government at that extent, because they will fail you and they will disappoint you. Exactly. So thank you for the call go have a drink at they'll, they'll current on me. Have a great day you too. You have a great day. I wake up every day, and if I don't have black rifle coffee now it's like go in a state of shock. It's not gonna be a good day. You hear all these bold coffee companies or bold, liberal ideas, the new green deal, which will get rid of gas and oil in ten years, and the combustion engine planes and cows. And everything's free. Whether you're willing or unwilling to work, that's bold, the only bold coffee I ever drink now is black rifle coffee founded by former special out, that's and by far it's not even close when you compare and contrast black, rifle delivers the single best rose to order coffee, right to your door. They hire special up forces of positions. They have opened first responders, and they donate to such as well. But the best boldest coffee, you can ever get now they actually didn't like the government coffee when they were in Iraq and Afghanistan. So they imported their own being built these incredible blends, and.
Planet Money: Dollar Stores' Effects On Communities
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from CFA society. Washington DC does your wealth manager measure up a CFA charter holder. Does they have the investment expertise to unlock opportunities? Other advisers might not see learn more at the right question dot org. A new dollar store will open up every six hours this year this country. They're more dollar stores in there are walmarts and McDonald's combined according to the institute for local self reliance, which is an advocacy group. How do those dollar stores affect a community? Sara Gonzalez of NPR's planet money podcast has more. There are more than thirty thousand dollar stores in the US by comparison. There are about five thousand walmarts and Stacy Mitchell with the institute for local self reliance says dollar stores are threatening the small businesses that survived WalMart. It's as though they're coming into a compromise ecosystem, it's like an invasive species. Mitchell says dollars. Stores are over saturating communities when your coming into places that are absolutely saturated already with your stores, and you decide to open more. I mean, that's a bid to sort of dominate the local retail seen that no one else can compete with you, the three main dollar store chains turned down requests for recorded interview. But the dollar store that is growing the fastest dollar. General did say that their customers are only willing to travel three to five miles to shop with them. Which is why they open so many stores so close to each other. But in north Tolsma, Oklahoma City council woman, Vanessa hall. Harper says there are too many. There is no place in her district. That's more than a mile from another dollar store. Exactly because they proliferated already hall. Harper was elected on a platform promising to bring a grocery store to north Tulsa, which has no grocery store, but eleven dollar stores, but I'm saying this has to have an a fit on the ability of a grocery store to come in in be success. Ceful was a couple of counselors of like, well, there's no studies to show that what you're saying is accurate. I don't need. No damn study dollar stores are not grocery stores, but they do sell things like cereal and canned food and twinkies and paper towels the high profit items, they don't usually sell fresh fruit or meat or vegetables. You don't make a ton of profit on lettuce and bananas. So Harper is thinking that if dollar stores are allowed to keep opening up new stores, it won't be worth it to a real grocery store. So she sets out to prevent any new dollar store from opening up. Not an olive Tulsa, just in her district our stole. This was a legal. You can't do this. You know, we're going to get sued, and blah, blah, blah. And I didn't care about getting sued as long as we won. But cities do not like to restrict new business. So I started doing my research hall Harper learns about a city in California Coronado that has what's called formula business restrictions. They had a policy in place that at no time will there ever be more than ten Nash. Chain stores. I don't care if it was a McDonalds Burger King, whatever it was a real example of a place restricting business and saying it's good for us. The proposal for the toll city council was to limit dollar stores in particular and create incentives for grocery stores and fresh produce a couple city councillors voted against it. Please don't start throwing tomatoes and stuff like that out in the tomatoes. Who would have those right throwing Cheetos twinkies and stuff? Okay. Okay. Okay. Clearly passes five to four in effect. No new dollar stores can open up in north Tolstoi. Then New Orleans north Saint Louis Haskins, Ohio the all called Vanessa hall. Harper saying we think we have too many dollar stores to mosquito Texas past restrictions right away and north Tolson is expected to break ground on a grocery store. This summer. Sara Gonzalez NPR news, New York.
"coronado" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Bit here. John and Coronado one eight hundred seven sixty K if it'd be high. You know, Mark. I'm just getting ready for the crushing freeway us tax. It's coming down the tracks here. Now, you're talking about the one where the mileage gadget when we talked about in the first hour today by traffic congestion pricing. Which is the new thing. In other words, if you're stuck in a place where there's a lot of congestion, you'll pay for the privilege to be there. I think it's going to be a two bit parlayed put it that way. I mean, I I think we're going to be looking at both of those things. But I want to ask you, you know, cars that are registered in Mexico. Yeah. They're going to be exempt from this or alliance thing if I it wouldn't be fair would it to be kind of one. I'm kind of wondering I need to take my registration south for that. Oh, that's interesting. Well, the problem is registration. We understand it has to be where you live. You know? It's like if you have a lot of times say particular city in San Diego County, enact say a sales tax for the children and for fire in place and other things they always they voice. And then people think oh, I can go out of that jurisdiction. And I'll buy the car somewhere else where it was that that sticks with where you live. So you can't get away with that. But but again, this this attitude is era of Gavin Newsom says saying, well, we don't care about your 'immigration status. I guess in the interest of fairness. Whether you're sleeping in a safe parking lot area. Or if you're looking at these new taxes, they'll say what we can't be sticking it to everyone. So we can't be judgmental you here from another country and. Well, maybe if we can get Kevin Paul near to open up a parking lot down there just south of the border. We can take residents in Mexico. Then you get the same problem with the drudge who said you can't do the weight in Mexico policies all the people coming over and see this. It's always a road paved of best of intentions, and I thought you're going to say we put the house some of them down at city hall. We already have that going on with the homeless to to see street, they city hall and homeless shelter. I don't know. I'm just wondering when the caravans going to start organizing here and heading south. Well, that may become this care of theirs. Caravans leave it every time. There's a new a new tax situation. People are caravanning out of the state go to Tennessee, and Florida and Nevada. Thanks, john. Go to your room. Thank you, one eight hundred seven sixty K F, M B O and update speaking following the money, which all these stories about following the money an update on the pay for play kind of thing. The college admission scandal to Lori Loughlin the actress act door. Pled not guilty. Right. So did our former owner is with Kimmel. I'm not sure. Well, Barbara Edwards has a story on the not guilty plea in the college admission scandal from Elizabeth Kimmel the former owner of this TV station. Her attorneys filed paperwork denying the allegations of fraud and money laundering conspiracy. Kimmel also waved her arraignment in Boston court along with ten other defendants in the case actress, Lori Laughlin also entered a not guilty plea via court filing. The parents who are fighting the charges are now under a diamond facing an additional felony count response. He's turned his against Kimmel is accused of paying close to half a million dollars to get her children admitted to Georgetown University and USC other parents who've agreed.
Employment bounces back in March with 196K jobs added
"The bureau labor statistics has just released its March jobs report, one of its most watched indicators last month's report was pretty disappointing. The economy added only twenty thousand jobs in February well below its have ridged gains. So without further ado, the big headline number for March is jobs added one hundred ninety six thousand and employment rate held steady three point eight percent. Those are the numbers now for. The context. Julia Coronado is the founder of macro policy perspectives. Hey, julia. Hey, good morning morning. So this looks like a pretty reassuring bounce back after February's low. Yes, this is a indication that the US economy is resilient despite some of the worries of late that we might be heading into a recession. We saw a strong particularly in service sector hiring. So it is reassuring. Okay. But tummy about wages. They were down a touch to three point two percent. Yeah. That's that's the disappointing aspect of the report we real exceleron wage growth last year, and it seems to have plateaued in recent months. So that came in on the weak side, the annual pace of wage growth, actually, slow three point two percent from three point four percent still better than where we were a year ago. But we would like to see continued acceleration there to give purchasing power to consumers, and what about manufacturing it lost a few thousand jobs, not a lot. But it was the first drop since late twenty sixteen. Yeah. And that's to be expected given to pooling in the global manufacturing that we've seen global growth has slowed led by manufacturing. The US is not going to be immune to that. So we are seeing manufacturing hiring slow and that should be a trend. That's with us for a few months, at least until we see what happens with the global
A Pokémon Go Lawsuit May Lead to Moving and Removing Stops and Gyms
"If you play Pokemon, go course, you know. You don't do you play poker? Mongo? No. You do dad. Does you do? All right. No. He says, no. Okay. We have a difference of opinion here. Do you play Pokemon go? No, I play. Okay. I'm gonna admit it. I'm going to play Pokemon go. I liked the Pokemon. Go. But they're in trouble. The folks at my antics, it's a Google company. These are the guys who to Google maps originally. I thought you know, this location stuff, we'd probably could do more with it. And they created a game. I they create a game called ingress, and they used what they knew from maps. So they actually have a map in the game. And then it started with things like the post office and landmarks they become objects in the game that you have to take over and people different factions fight for it, and then a Pokemon go. They they took the same idea the same maps, in fact, even the same locations and on top of it. They put this kids game started with I think it started with a game. Right. And then this cartoon called Pok Mon. And so as you wander around you see the the US post office. It's a pokey, Jim. And in the gym, our people's Pokemon defending it, you can go in there and attack take it over get rid of their Pokemon put your Pokemon in there, you get points for that and stuff like that. There's also a little Pokemon wandering around you've seen people. It's kind of a crazy thing it started July twenty sixteen and for a few months then back way back when all you'd see people. I remember going down to San Diego are in Coronado. And there's a big grassy median strip as you. Go down the kingsway in Coronado. And it was it was like Woodstock was jammed with people what's going on the played Pokemon. See the word this one median strip had two gyms at either end and a bunch of there's another thing called pokey stops, which are just places you can collect goods. And there was one spot that had like just by accident. I guess randomly to pokey stops and pokey gyms. What's weird is is as a human? You look at it. And it just a median strip or. Post officer, church or sculpture. But in the world of Pok Mon. It's something else. There's it's called augmented reality is another layer of reality augmented on top of it. And so when you look in the game, you see the the map you see the streets. But you also see you don't see the post office. You see a pokey, Jim? You don't see the the bust of Lincoln. You see a pokey stop, and it's good. And so you wander round and the good thing about this game. I think Niantic has said something like several billion miles have been walked by players because you have to walk around. You can't you can't drive go over. I think four miles an hour. So you could run you could bicycle if your bicycle slowly you can't really drive unless you want to drive four miles an hour, which is no fun. So you have to walk and so player. This is great. It's getting families are out there playing the game. They're walking around. But there's a little problem. Of course trouble in paradise, by the way, get ready because this whole pokey. My mania is about to get done over in sometime this year, naive Antic and Warner Brothers are gonna release a new version of this game same idea map, places and stuff. It's going to be Harry Potter. Harry potter. Harry Potter that excite, you know. Okay. It's. Harry Potter you like. Yeah. You like, yeah. Okay. What if instead of pokey stops pokey gyms of Pok, Mon it was fantastic creatures, and it was magical space it places and instead of throwing a ball to catch the creatures? You were using your magic wand and Cassie expect petroleum a spell, and you would catch the creature. What do you think? Yeah. Okay. So that's going to be telling you Pokemon go nothing you're at a see mobs on the median strip again. So so a bunch of a bunch of homeowners filed lawsuit against Nick. Because. Players were congregating on or near private property. Because they were those private property was gyms or pokey stops there were places the players wanted to see now. Starbucks pays money every Starbucks in the country probably in the world, right? Every Starbucks in the world is a pokey. Stop. Good for business players go there, they sit. There have a Cup of coffee every five minutes to get new stuff for the pokey stop. So they stick around. I know I prefer restaurants that have multiple pokey stops nearby. Yeah. It's a sad said addiction. I apologize. But anyway, Nyanza got a little bit of trouble because not everybody wants people hanging around. I remember I was I was playing Pokemon go. Where was I I can't remember? But somebody came up to what are you doing? He said I'm playing poker. I knew it is that I have a he has a shop right at a shop or the parking lot somewhere around the shop is a is a gym at a pokey stop. He's a people keep driving up parking my parking lot the play the game. And then they leave all the time all the time constantly. That's what they're doing. Yeah. I said, yeah, they're catching creatures. Well, they'll shop in my store. They just be Philip space in the parking lot. And therein lies the problem. So it was a class action lawsuit. There apparently many lawsuits filed when this came out. Residents like the villas of Positano and oceanfront condo. In Hollywood, Florida who woke up early in the morning hours to hundreds of players quote behaving like zombies walking around bumping into things. Literally. This is weird redefining the meaning of trespass in the digital age. Because when you're playing these games, you're not looking at the villas, a Positano, you're looking at a gym, a Pok, Mon, Jim. Now, Pokemon go in the game says do not trespass while you're playing this game. So and and and the theory is that they only pick public spots for these gyms and stops like post offices. But sometimes it's a parking lot of a business. Sometimes it's near a business, but not in the business. So many lawsuits they have been now settled. On Thursday a bunch of homeowners. Submitted. A proposal settlement for review by California, federal judge if the deal gets the judges blessing, and it's expected it will. Niantic, creators of this game will become much more legally responsible for the Pokemon that roam around are visible to everybody. But those using the mobile app. Niantic, apparently agreed to settle. Dynamic is pledging upon complaints of nuisance or trespass demands of the removal of a pokey stopper. Jim. This isn't my US forts actually, the state courts, the company will make commercially reasonable efforts to resolve the complaint and communicated resolution with fifteen days, and there was a close to stop owners of single family residential properties get the rights of removal within forty meters of their properties. Niantic will maintain a database of complaints in attempt to avoid poor placement. When antics system detects a rate of more than ten players. Yeah. You can get twenty players in one of these things. Congregating a warning message will appear on their screen. Saying it'd be nice, okay. Just be courteous, respectful. You don't really this is smart because here comes Harry Potter? And you ain't seen nothing yet. I'm just warning you if you see zombie like groups of people in front of your building or your business. Stunner stand. They're not bad people. They're just pokey adult or in this case Potter addled. They'll move on. Plaintiffs wanted awards thousand dollars a piece for all property owners or renters within one hundred meters of pokey stop. Eight million dollars in attorney's fees, of course, under three thousand dollars in expenses. Looks like that'll be settled. So if you've got a strange bunch of people getting in front of your business now, you know, why? And now, you know. Your long national nightmare is almost over until Harry Potter comes out. And then all bets are
Two Men Spent 340 Days in Space. Scientists Are Still Figuring Out What They've Learned
"All right between March two thousand fifteen March two thousand sixteen Ammann's Penneteau three hundred fifty seven hours being poked prodded sacrificing blood urine sweating through sprints letting other rita's journals after he had just completed three hundred and forty days in the space, and that man was Scott Kelly and with his Russian counterpart me, call Coronado coll-. They basically were the first. It was the first attempt Donner sand how such long stints without gravity effect the human body. But while the men returned earthly three years ago, scientists are still trying to figure out what they learned a new paperless out the test built into the one your mission, and it can take size in the context of longer space light would required to do a mission to Mars with a tour two three years, you know, without a lot of gravity. So. Anyway, they haven't quite figured out what they learned yet, which is kind of weird. Maybe they never figured out. Who knows he went bodies
"coronado" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"So whether that be lawn and garden, electrical, we talked about nets and bolts, we have a paint department. That is like a paint store inside a hardware store, and we carry the very best lines paint and stain. We carry Benjamin Moore. How many of you up in a magazine, and you see colors at say, we're veer pewter or a couple of whites that that you see all the time. And you think how do I get those colors. They look beautiful. That's exactly the look I want for my kitchen. We you just come on into Johnny jokes, home, and hardware. We'll help you pick out the paint will mix it up for you. And it doesn't make any difference. I get so tickled people. Do you have revere pewter? Absolutely. We have revere pewter will wear is it. We'll mix it up for you. Oh, you can do that. Yes. But what if you have a paint that you don't have any leftover or the can there's nothing on top of the canon anymore? You just bring a sample about the size of a quarter, and we will match it for you. And we'll match it in a durable paint either from been more or from Coronado how t's all the time. But this is the real truth is that. Cor- Coronado paint was used on top of the tower of America's on the very very top. And then when they repainted they repainted with Coronado to and, you know, there's no shade up there, and it holds up really, well, and that's what it will do for the outside of your house. It will move here in San Antonio. We have such strange weather. I mean today when I'm talking on the radio, it's like thirty eight outside and sunshine yesterday. It was forty five and solid rain. So I mean, we have a lot of different kinds of weather here in south, Texas. And then we have that heat that is really tough on the outside of your house during the summertime, so why not use a paint that is made for south, Texas, and that is Coronado paint. It was originally the negligent paint company, and like I said it was formulated four. South Texas, right where you live. So why not use a pain that is made just for right around here. Now. Let me tell you where the stores located again, it's twenty three sixty one northwest military highway, which is about two miles north of.
"coronado" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The Coronado bridge San Diego. A lot of people have jumped off this bridge since nineteen eighty seven's a two mile long span it was a huge number four hundred and twenty people have jumped off since nineteen sixty nine they're going to put those little birds spikes out there. So that people don't I guess you would have to step on them to jump off the bridge or something. So if it works there it could work anywhere. The company says it's a they will look for more permanent barrier down the road. But for two miles span the bird spikes, they think will get the job done for now. But again, I would think that. Little bit of Ouch. Ouch. Ouch. Wouldn't sway somebody who's looking to offer them selves? But we do it works. We had our winter Bob on a cell is all it says Bob on a cell because Greg is still talking to him. It was twelve hundred. What is at one thousand two eighty seven. Not sure what his guests was. But he was close enough one thousand to eighty seven from here to Key West Florida, which check my phone I keep that's one of those. I I like it enough that I keep it on. My my weather key west right now is sixty six nine o'clock in the morning. Heading up to about seventy eight later on. That'll be nice. All right snacks threads caravan stops by and about a half an hour. And I think he's got the cowboy prior to that. And I'll talk to you early tomorrow morning news time, NewsRadio seven hundred w l w. News,.