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"drakes bay" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Had been docked in Drakes Bay. Jake visits the Golden Gate Bridge every morning, he says. This wasn't your average container ship. There's a couple different shipping container kind of boats that Have a little heart like crane arms on them, but nothing like that. Port of Oakland spokesperson Maryland, Sandefur says. There's quite a bit of work left to be done. Once the cranes arrived at the port of Oakland, then the cranes essentially have to be re assembled. Before they can place be placed into the working line of Crane. She says that the cranes said to be the tallest on the West Coast will be a vital addition to the port are big enough. Handle ultra large vessels and the ship just keep getting bigger. So we need taller cranes to be able to a load and unload cargo from the ship. The cranes will soar more than 400 FT. Above the Worf. That's the equivalent of 36. Stories at the Golden Gate Bridge. Mike Dewald KCBS Ticketmaster has agreed to pay $10 million fine to avoid criminal charges, accusing the company of hacking into the computer system of a startup rival. A judge signed off on the deal today in federal court in New York City. The concert ticket seller has been facing conspiracy. Ah To commit hacking and other charges involving a Brooklyn based company called Song Kick. Ticketmaster says in a statement that there were only two employees suspected in the scheme. And you, Seymour said professor has come under fire for anti Semitic posts he made on his Twitter account, and the university is investigating if his online conduct warrants consequences from the school. San Francisco Chronicle reports of Oska Semi who teaches that you simmer, said school of engineering tweeted anti Semitic posts and photos found on conspiracy websites to his now deactivated Twitter account. University Chancellor says the tweets cross the line and went against Merced's stated principles against intolerance Case CBS News Time 7 36 traffic and weather next cm. My family for the holidays is my most important tradition. So when my kids said they didn't feel comfortable visiting because of covert 19, I didn't take it that well at first. Do you know what it's okay. I know it's because they care and I don't want anyone to get sick Either. This holiday season isn't what I had in mind. But we're finding ways to spend time together like decorating cookies on video chat. Find more ideas for the holidays at Corona virus dot wa dot gov slash gatherings.
"drakes bay" Discussed on KCBS All News
"This is Matt Bigler. How Mayor Libby Schaaf says Oakland can learn from the smashing and stealing of a Briana Taylor statue, a big addition to the port of Oakland, arrived today in San Jose's mayor. Delivered the state of the city address. Good evening. I'm loose ST John Case. CBS News time. 7 31 Senator says mayor delivers a call for resilience following a year of turbulence and hardship. Hey, CBS reporter Keith Man. Kony has more on the Mayor's year in state of the city address our city's suffering, as has never suffered before. During a 20 minute virtual address, San Jose Mayor Sam Ricardo gave a stark a count of the years multiple calamities filled with wildfire smoke nights of civil unrest. Weeks of rising hospitalization rates, never the last. Ricardo said that San Jose remains resilient city and acknowledge them many residents who have risen to the challenges of 2020 think of the more than 3300 proud community members who volunteered to assist and food delivery. For their homebound neighbors. The mayor who has faced criticism for his city's response to summertime protests, pledge that in the year ahead, he will continue pushing for police reform and that he will also press the state and federal government firm or economic relief. He made his final appeal dome to the city's residents themselves. This is our moment to write a new chapter for our city to define our generation special place in history and to lead a badly alienation on a path. Of healing in the Silicon Valley bureau Keith Man, Cockney KCBS Oakland Mayor Libby Shaft is hoping that the theft of the Briana Taylor statue from a downtown plaza will spark a citywide conversation about how public art is used to advance. Social justice. KCBS is Matt Bigler has that story from the East Bay mayor Shaft called the smashing and stealing of the Briana Taylor bust a doubly disturbing act things that Oakland ders Paris. It is art and it is social justice. So the heinous destruction of this beautiful piece of art really strikes a deep chord in all of us. The mayor tells KCBS. She believes the city's public arts commission should take up a conversation about public art and social justice to advance a conversation in our community about The kind of society that we want to see, particularly as we emerge from this crisis. Oakland police are investigating a go fund Me campaign launched by the statues artist has so far raised over $24,000 to rebuild and replace the artwork. Leo Carson blamed the vandalism and theft on Racists who are trying to undermine the black lives matter. Movement in the East Bay. Matt Bigler KCBS some really big cranes arrived at the port of Oakland this morning. The ship carrying them sailed under the Golden Gate Bridge. Just before 8 A.m. KCBS is Mike Dewald reports, crews had to lower the booms on the cranes to make sure they fit under the Golden Gate and bay Bridges. Ship had been docked in Drakes Bay. Jake visits the Golden Gate Bridge every morning, he says. This wasn't your average container ship. There's a couple different shipping container kind of boats that Have a little heart like crane arms on them, but nothing like that. Port of Oakland spokesperson Maryland, Sandefur says. There's quite a.
"drakes bay" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Your smart speaker. All news all the time on the Bay Area's number one news station. KCBS case, CBS News time. 12 42. Good afternoon. I'm Dan Mitch and send some really big cranes have arrived at the port of Oakland this morning. The ship carrying themselves under the Golden Gate Bridge just before eight. KCBS is Mike Dewald reports from the Golden Gate. Bridge crews had to lower the booms on the cranes to make sure they fit under the Golden Gate and Bay Bridge is the ship had been docked in Drakes Bay. Jake visits the Golden Gate Bridge every morning, he says. This wasn't your average container ship. There's a couple different shipping container kind of boats that Have a little off like crane arms on them, but nothing like that. Port of Oakland spokesperson Maryland, Sandefur says. There's quite a bit of work left to be done. Once the cranes arrived at the port of Oakland, then the cranes essentially have to be re assembled before they can place be placed into the working line of Crane. She says that the cranes said to be the tallest on the West Coast. Be a vital addition to the port. They are big enough. They handle ultra large vessels and the ship just keep getting bigger. So we need taller cranes to be able to load and unload cargo from the ship. The cranes will soar more than 400 FT. Above the Worf. That's the equivalent of 36 stories at the Golden Gate Bridge, Mike Dewald KCBS Don Wells, best known for playing Maryann in the popular 19 sixties sitcom Gilligan's Island has passed away variety reporting. Wells died today of causes related to covert 19 in Los Angeles. She was 82 years old. Okay, CBS news time, 12 44. Coping. 19 pandemic has turned life in the bay Area upside down just like you. Everyone at KCBS is making changes to our day Libertines working remotely doing everything we can to get the job done because Michael producer.
"drakes bay" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Sure they fit under the Golden Gate and Bay Bridge is the ship had been docked in Drakes Bay. Jake visits the Golden Gate Bridge every morning, he says. This wasn't your average container ship. There's a couple different shipping container kind of boats that have little off by crane arms on them, but Nothing like that. Port of Oakland spokesperson Maryland, Sandefur says. There's quite a bit of work left to be done once the cranes arrived at the port of Oakland, and the cranes essentially have to be re assembled. Before they can place be placed into the working line of Crane. She says that the cranes said to be the tallest on the West Coast will be a vital addition to the port are big enough. Handle ultra large vessels and the ship just keep getting bigger. So we need taller cranes to be able to load and unload cargo from the ship. The cranes will soar more than 400 FT. Above the Worf. That's the equivalent of 36. Stories at the Golden Gate Bridge. Mike Dewald KCBS Stand on KCBS when they came to voter turnout to North Bay County's May have had the highest numbers in the state will have more on that in just about four minutes. Traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the AIDS. Good morning, George Rask. Good morning, Dan. We've had some delays into San Francisco this morning on one of one North bound. They are, however, clearing up rather nicely. First, we had some Caltrans work at Cesar Chavez and north of there. They've been doing some drain clearing. They call it factoring. Vacuum out the drains. They've managed to wrap that work up. It looks like then we had an accident just passed. 2 80 North bound. Thankfully, that has been cleared. So conditions now look pretty good for the North found 101 ride this report brought to you by Safeway at the Bay Bridge. The westbound trip is fine. No problems heading towards San Francisco. Oakland traffic looks remarkably good on the Nimitz Freeway as well as interstate 5 80 for your ride between Oakland and Castro Valley and in the North Bay were problem free on 101 and highway 37 between Atherton Avenue and Mayor Island. Happy New Year from Safeway Enjoy great savings this week on many of your favorites, Sweet strawberries, £1 and or a wheat bread are both buy one. Get one free and Progresso soup is by to get four free mix and match Safeway come in and explore. Next update 10 18 on the traffic leader. KCBS. Well, it is gonna be super weather today with those winds picking up in a chance of showers this afternoon. Look for highs in the fifties and sixties. Cloudy tonight, clearing a little bit as we get through the evening a.
"drakes bay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The man responsible, singularly responsible for absolutely no salmon left in the Sacramento River, and Giuliano joins us now to explain his actions Once again. Good morning. The pressure way have to lay it on somebody and and you're just saying they're the perfect target What's going on down there? Because this has been probably the slowest week and a month and a half. And the sacrament really near Sacramento. And and I would say the same for down here In the first part of the week, there was some fish. Drakes Bay and Chimney Rock. Some like 10 to £14 school of fish, different fish than we've been fishing and then towards the middle on the latter part of the week here kind of petered out like a handful of fish a day for about per boat. They're beautiful fish, but I don't have much. Justin you, Bob. You're a rude girl, Lord. It's all true. We're done. No. Well, you never know. You know one thing like I think often We know how how quick Sam and Khun Go up river. I mean, they can put on a lot of miles on a single day. There's no doubt about it, especially when the water's a little warmer that can't wait to get out of it. Their instincts tell them what's ahead. But, you know, I've always wondered even though they can swim pretty quickly. Uh, How'd you like to for the first time make your way from the Golden Gate Bridge up to Sacramento. I mean, That's not an easy thing to do. It's it's It's like a maze in there and we know you know they head up in Seoul soon slew they go up through Montezuma's flew Because we see him backed up by the docks. They're ah, my goodness. They go up abroad, Slew there over by Pittsburgh and Antioch and then all the different tides and then the sand marking coming in the sacrament. I don't know how long it takes him. The is one of the great wonders of the world. You know, there's a lot of great migrations with birds and butterflies and things like that. But, yeah, the salmon how they find their way back up there. They've never been there before. How they sense all that is really an amazing feat. But will you take that? Take the Columbia River, You know, the biggest river in the Northwest? I mean, there's the ocean. There's the Columbia River. There's no doubt where you're going, You know, there's the current But that's not so here. I mean, you've got to go through. Well, first of all, you got to go through San Francisco Bay. That may or may not be any easy thing and then San Pablo Bay. My goodness. You can go a whole lot of different directions there if you want so and then you get into Suisun Bay and then out of afters Grizzly Baber, they hit up in a month. I I just don't know. How did I don't know how long they take it. They take? Of course. What I'm getting at is there's billions and billions of salmon in that stretch right now waiting to climb the river. Okay? Yeah, yeah. Yeah, they gotta be in on the right. Yeah, The one thing I would say, just give me a little glimmer of hope is we're out on the coast yesterday in a dex Very reef area, and the water is nice and dark, Good looking salmon water will areas of grill where we rockfish in. You could see the krill getting pushed up against the boat there so So the conditions are really good offshore. So if we're arguing about good conditions or bad conditions, there's no doubt that the ocean was really vibrant. And there could be Two years, one year, two year old fish still way out there in deep feeding in different areas, But right now a ce faras what the fish coming up the river there. I think it's I think we're just about to the individual here. Yeah, well, uh, it would be very disappointing if it was because normally the American River fish stage in the Sacramento And you can tell they're American River fish because they just hang around certain runs and holes and roll and stuff like that. And then all of a sudden they're gone in a couple days later, there's another bunch there. That's just not happening this year. Yeah, we'll see. You know, I don't see any rain in the forecast, too. But it always seems like when the whole system got a shot of rain there that would definitely kicked the fishing gear and get him moving. Whether their own from the main river to the tributaries are Up to the hatchery or You know, then we've had, like last year. I know there was times or felt like this. And then all of a sudden when they got to battle Creek, the battery was just full of fish. My colony was full of fish. So this cross our fingers here hope that hope of that resolves culture and we're only in here. What's going on with rockfish and Lin Kong? Rockfish. She was great all week boat just about every day fishing rockfish in Ling Cod rig full limits of both rockfish and Ling cod. We had a couple with one we have to exploratory trips where the guys were doing rockfish and rock crab with one of those Yesterday we have another one on Friday. Those were really popular rock crab. Are certainly abundance and and then we still have a few seven trips over in a minute. Wait a minute. I smell around here. I think that's our pasta believe they could be testing for dungeon. This crowd. Uh, not where these not with these parts are. These parts are just outside the golden gate like Baker Beach beneath the Koven guy. I got you. I got you okay. There in the bin, the hard bottom there in the rocks in their different parts to their big They're big square parts that's regular to the parts are regulated so Because you can't put him out before a specific date for the dungeon..
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"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host crumb today. I'm continuing my investigation into the myths and mysteries surrounding pirates in one individual in particular because not all pirates were that evil that raped and pillaged their way up various villages along the coast. One such individual who was a pirate was Francis Drake. He was born in fifteen forty. Two by fifteen seventy six. He was the queen's favor and was directed to sail to a secret location one. She only disclosed to her inner circle. The difficulty in determining the location isn't honest return after circumnavigating the world upon his arrival back in England the coin hat all his maps and shipped logs locked up to this day. Few of these documents have been released despite. This history has revealed that Spain had blocked. Most of the trade routes England had used and she had found one end of the fabled northwest passage and the drake was to establish the other end meanwhile amateur to story and Robert Ward thinks. Drake was on a secret mission to find the northwest passage. And that's why he was sailing so far up the west coast. The idea is drake sailed up the coast. Until he found something he thought was the northwest passage perhaps Strait of Juan de Fuca but drake's bad located not far from point Reyes California and fourteen other sides claimed to be where in fifteen seventy nine drake spent sixty eight days now. He spent those sixty eight days because he needed a place to make repairs. Which involves something called careening? This is where the ship was pulled completely out of the water so that our whole be made free of worms barnacles the location of California's raise for the sixty eight day. Stay and repair of the ship are based on the area code. Drakes Bay fit in maps description of the bay where he stayed and a page from a ship's log that listed the side as thirty eight degrees north latitude and a brass plaque. The description of Indians found there but the plaque was declared a fake in nineteen thirty six and the fact that the Indians lived off. Acorns was never mentioned. And that the shape of the Bay but Oregon's whale cove also fits the shape of the bay on the map but the Indians were described as living in huts that were partially below ground. When the University of Oregon Examining area in the cove they found that just as described on the page of the ship slog the remnants of a native American hut partly underground near the side. Number of English coins were found that dated back to just before. Drake set sail. Also there was a document a firsthand description based on the observation of eight of his crew. That stated that they had stopped at forty four degrees north latitude. It would seem that a all the sites that claim to be were drake spent that summer of sixty eight days. Only the organ location forty four degrees north latitude which is exactly well. Co has the most real physical evidence of his visit. If you're driving up the Oregon coast be sure to stop at the town of Depot. Bake and enjoy the small town hospitality. Drive another mile and a half to whale cove and try to imagine what it was like for Sir Francis. Drake back in fifteen seventy nine but the debate. Over the location of Drake's North American stop rages on and despite evidence pointing at Oregon's well only put to rest when England releases all drake's maps and logs from his trip around the
"drakes bay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Ninety three point one FM well it's always a question mark to slow dungeons crab season California and it's really a pleasure when it opens on time lately the last few years because of the don't work outside of scare and at least their guidelines their paper guidelines on what is dangerous George's thirty parts per million or something like that but like I say I can usually we get really good news I think this is one of those years let's talk to Andy from Maryville I'm sure he is god I I will have to say anything for the next ten minutes we'll take it from here yeah if somebody could that you love it when a plan comes and so you know recently but the leading into that Bob you know it if somebody from the state you know would solve the this the amount of commerce that's generated from sport fishing you know all the peripheral things whether you know like if you call the going back to have regular yet trickle down economics where does all the all the the businesses that benefit when it was Ford fishing's good it's all the support businesses from the baby guide to the ice guy the food you know everything the employment that comes from it in the the guy in cooking the crab in the parking lot you know all those things that when you have a season that we're the resources really robust and obviously the crab means exceptional and we've had spectacular weather and that maybe the maybe for the news for the week because just the weather was just good and then the fishing you know we'd spec you know we get used to counting on limits of rock vision to Fairlawn that's pretty much the only goal all synonymous in then this will prevent the real stable weather call weather the fish really cooperated in yes some days it was forty five minutes to an hour for the guys to load up on the rock Christian then move on to the crab so it's just been you know everything fell into place yeah you know you and all the commerce generated by just the crab fishing alone yeah I mean think of the far reaching affects if we because there's I mean not only just the crab industry itself but what about all the guys of fish crab also fish something else commercial way I may I mean usually they don't deter Joe's crab fishermen that they might commercially fish for salmon now all of a sudden you have a shortage of salmon I mean these guys do more than just one thing they're they're the eyes and ears really of several kommer commercial fisheries out there and are responsible for more than just a single resource being responsible for all this commerce like crab any goals goals I mean anchovies sea urchins rock fears sham and what do you want yeah you really Ford in it it both for this the recreational guys around the boats the charter boats and the commercial guys you really have to have a portfolio of fisheries the to participate in work some of the boats will do salmon and then crab combos and for the commercial guys they usually hold multiple permits for salmon for crab some have near shore rich for rockfish some fish open access black garden and deep water fish too so you have to have a of of collection ours is a portfolio of officially that you're good at so and and that keeps everything all the infrastructure work you said with the ice in the bay and all those other things that keeps those businesses operational unfortunately it just doesn't seem to to be significant enough to give a doggone about with our government the last twenty or thirty years yeah if they have an appreciation for crab I think the bill they love reading it they should basically comes out of a cannon come on yeah I know I know it when people say well the water coming out the Golden Gate is just wasted two no understanding of where the flow of the whole of the way the state works but but does so is a great week all the way around here what are our most of the rock fishing boats going to the fair laws because of the weather yeah it's been just a straight shot because it they really get the better quality fish and then that you've got multiple areas to fish and knives as a nice quality fish so whenever you have a stable condition like we've had we've had virtual this on Wednesday maybe we had ten or twelve blocks away and that what was the worst we could find for the week but when it's flat calm like that though the fish stabilize the feed more regularly they come up in the water column to you know when they'll be thirty year fifty feet under the boat cut and others want guys are laughing the other day the guy was drunk you know the conventional real one Monaco makes you drop down too fast you get a bird's nest era over latch and the people were dropping down too fast and then when they're they're real locked up from the overlap they were catching fish while they were trying to get the not out of the of the real so the fish were just real cooperative yeah and so yeah so just a really nice really nice conditions for everybody yeah and you know its it's so nice to have this kind of weather were you can go do that because but by this time of year the closer spots like from Duxbury and they've kind of taken a beating me at all they've been fish all summer long Ellen is it's hard to to get limits of good quality fish out areas like that work the the the feral loss may not be that for that much further away if at all yeah it's it in some cases if you're gonna run up to double point open the drakes bay you're talking about maybe a half an hour forty five minutes to the islands and it's just the the suppression right that now is superior there do you ever or else and there will be times later on when we get is what you know or mean in a normal year and weather wise will have to fish the coast is because of the weather yeah and so that'll be enough of a opportunity to fish in there but well well also I mean fish do move in and out to of the code I mean I mean they they they go mom deep water to shallow water to depose a little bit so it's not like we have a void of bigger fish there but in general it just makes sense that you go there for a long system here if you can yeah and it's any obviously the the little billion of real estate the fish out there you just is so much room now with that we have the forty fathoms and the guys are able to spread out from fishing the main idea outside the middle island to up to the north island so you we really only have maybe twelve votes in the bay area that are new fishing up there so there's a lot of room for everybody to spread out so has officially different spot every day just to just to keep it interesting what about what's happening in the bay and the reason I asked that and he is people are warring where in the heck are those drivers we'll deal so we had a little shot of fish down in the South Bay on the west side of the bay over at the hunters point area there's been a few fish over there and then remission rock which is just below the bay bridge that that that's held a lot of fish but mostly small fish from known me for just to barely keeper and then there's I thought there's been a double shot of fish up and and Hamilton fields and up and up percent gravel day and that was I haven't talked to anybody in the last couple days but I thought there was some fish up there but but not to be a kind of an in between here the current I'm sorry I'm just gonna say you you have joined a group that have heard of a little shot of fear nobody's heard of a big shot of fear yeah we've been hearing those fish this crazy of those fish have gotten in as nomadic as they are they might have gone outside you know outside the bay and moved back outside there's one who knows who knows yeah there Sir yeah and then one next to you know go out and they'll be they'll be everywhere but but yeah they've they're very nomadic in the range of foreign lines and they might have moved out of debate they could be NO last year all winter guys had great striper fishing room waiting for down in the far reaches below Dumbarton down in the flats and low key detail there there's fish that winter there but those usually that you know as you know those are kept quiet by the local guys and we're gonna sure help keep that quiet and the okay so how's the bookings on the track crab and rock fish combos we got room limited to room me a very limited during the week there's a few spots weekends are really tough and the boats are the butcher going full speed here so what we looked like we had another great great weekend weather here and of us so we'll just keep in and around okay any thank you so much all right Bob thank you have a good week you too bye and Giuliana fish Emeryville the Booker trips a code five ten six five two three four zero three and the hot line at the end of the day five ten six five two three four seven four mmhm Scott lace up after the break first Collins lake you know calls lake has been you know doctor trout planning program going I guess just about a month ago and boy is it and they and they kept through it with the with the power close with the power outages and the high winds and everything else it's really paying off now last week and there was a trout derby up there the top four places put in trial over seven pounds each outside the derby there was a trout caught it was just in a couple of ounces under ten pounds there are a lot of big fish being taken to call him slick right now that is some kind of a planning program a lot of these Fisher been in there for a few weeks so this flag they're they're full of the vitality you need the reservations of course this time of year even with the good let whether you're going to you're going to be able to get gear aside of your chores a lot easier than you would normally of course they have what the Lakers down of course like it is every fall but it doesn't make any difference you can get down to the you know the tree line there are you can get the unimproved campsites little lot to say about all of them the boat rentals are there the stores open they stay supplied unlike a lot of stores are these resources they stay well stock through the fall and winter so you're you do not have.
"drakes bay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Bit above the point. And then the last couple of days, he ended up back at the base of Drake's bay double point in or truck. They found real nice fishing there. The one thing that's different this year than last year too. So far is the fish quality is superior to last year. So most of the books had close limits, the both both days couple boats, a couple of fish, I of limits, but real nice fish between eight and sixteen pounds. So you walk it off the limit of fishy up. Plenty of salmon to go around. Okay. What, what would you say? The I mean for years and years, we're talking about school fish that run you like six to nine pounds out of the ocean. What are they that, that was the average for what, what is it now? Honestly, I'd say we're or half again, that's a we're in the eight to eight to sixteen y'all solid mid teens twelve to fourteen pound average of nice. You know, offshore bright offshore fish that have been feeding on krill squid, and then as they're coming onto the coast here. What you over to the anchovies, real beautiful bright fish that the difference last year. We have the numbers but we had a smaller greater fish and this year, we've the quality of the fishes superior. Yeah. That's really good news. That's good. Ocean conditions. There was years, two thousand thirteen fourteen in even fifteen where in the summertime. Everybody just went straight for rock cod. There really was not much into bay, the guys would hardly even stopping even give it a look. And you know, we've got completely full circle from that now where there's everywhere, the guy stopped, there's Alabama whether they're shaker Jala better keepers. And then we're starting to get the bass filtering down from your area now too. Yeah. That's, that's a little late. Yeah. I mean, I know the water changed around, you know, I haven't tracked releases lately, but as the water flows, go those fish go. So the last week or here, so the fish started shope and bigger numbers in the centre part of the bay on the rocks angel island paradise, there was a really good fishing.
"drakes bay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"To save by Father's Day would be fishing skiffs fishing down at expert reef. In the north side would start to turn on the Fisher a little offshore still they're not on the beach their full five miles off. It's kind of a area, I would say, not usual, but, but I could shift in through our real quick and be inside the double point of Drake's bay on inside the mile or two off the coast here any minute now out by like end. Point. So I wouldn't say off shore, fishing beach fishing. So we owe our last year. We had the big numbers, and we had a smaller grade fish, these Fisher real, nice greater fish for they're all seven fourteen pounds average in the big fish up under the high team. So. But real nice beautiful. Yeah. Well, you know, a lot of people that go up and private stiff skiffs up that they stay closer to the to shore just because it's so dog on pretty. Stinson beach in mount Tam. And so it's, it's a beautiful coastal area. Sure. And there's times later on where. The Samuel move in close to shore, depending on where the food is right? Shift of the beta around. Sometimes.
"drakes bay" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Trey wingo here with you. So we have a series with regains the play it hasn't started yet because no team has lost on their home floor. We'll find out if that happens tonight as the raptors and bugs had back to Milwaukee for pivotal game five tonight, eight thirty eastern on ESPN radio. And if we're talking basketball, and if we're talking someone who has the power moved to change something that we don't like that we've seen the last two games. There's only one person we can bring on to have that discussion, and that is our Powell hall of Famer ESPN NBA analyst, Doris, Burke, doors, are you are you ready for two wheel, the power that we need you to wield to fix something, first of all, if I'm ever in like a situation where my confidence astounding, you three or my hype man. The talk all the time about you need Heitmann. I've got three of listen, desert let that might be a better job than when we currently have. I'm just telling you that right now. So we are all in on the doors Berg hype heck wagon for sure. So, but we get we'll get into the thing we need you to fix in a minute. But first and foremost, what is Milwaukee need to fix going back home to make sure they get back on the winning way here. You know what I think this is going seven and I think the bucks win it, but I think what you saw particularly in games for it. So like for the first time even though they had one game three as well. Toronto took the fight to Milwaukee, I thought there was a level of physicality and intention and communication on the defensive end and from the opening tip, you know, sort of Milwaukee felt them and Kyle Lowry who is, you know, in the past has had his struggles in the playoffs has been terrific last two games. And whether we're talking regular season or playoff, he's always been a bellwether for the steam. So now he goes with thirty and twenty five you know, plays breaking down. He's able to get himself to the free throw line. There were so many things that went, right? It was the best team when I had seen all year from the walking terms of number of contributors, but Kyle as messiah, Jerry their president likes to say is our bull. He dictates what happens for us. And he was tremendous. What's the difference tonight for Milwaukee? What do you think? You'll see different out of them. You know what? It's been a real struggle for Eric Bledsoe. I think he plays better tonight. I don't know why. But this is one of the most physical specimens at the point guard position. I think he gets after it defensively. I think he helps them create some turnovers. They've got to get out in the open floor a little bit more. This is everybody talks about, you know, they put shooters around honest onto the couple and that is why his game has been on locked and that is a fair statement might, but what they also have is a hard driving team. And I think at home, they're going to look to attack the basket. It'd be interesting to see how Janas place right? His he's got to evolve as a player. They're crowding the paint. They're making them play seeing multiple bodies. And the thing about Toronto's saying her long athletic, they have speed off the bench, so they can crowd. The paint and still recovered shooters. So, so what does might do to help you honest tonight? I'm really curious to see that talking to hall of Famer doors perk, with us on the shell Pennzoil performance line doors as you watch coli right now. What do you think is the issue or does it look like injury that we're dealing with? Or is this the fatigue of a guy who's been forced to change the chase the likely league MVP around on defense more? So in the last two games than before. You know what, Mike I there was the play where he drives dunks left takes a contact from yawn. And literally he stopped and looks as though he can't take another step. So he's hurt whether that crosses the line to injury. I don't know. But when you see a guy like Kawai literally stop and it's as though he doesn't wanna move and other stuff and back. Is that a hamstring? What is causing this guy to be in such pain, at least momentarily that he's just taking a second to gather himself? I mean this guy is a tough minded hard competing great player like top three player. So there's something there. And how significant is will play out over the next week or so. But there's something there. There's certainly something there and doors. There's something we need you to do for us. And for the greater good. So we have we know that we know this challenge a little afraid. Yeah. We know this challenge, and we know that this will not be easy. But we know that you were the person who is ready for all challenges, and you don't do things because they're difficult. You do things because they're necessary. What can we do to stop freelance massage therapist, Drake from patrolling the sidelines and just doing whatever the hell he wants on the sidelines? Whenever those games are in Toronto. You know what's he gonna do next? Is he going to, like press, Nick nurses jacket, when he's on the sidelines? I mean where are we in the what Drake can do whatever he wants world? You know that Russian rumors of my demise have been greatly over exaggerated. Rumors of my influence with Drake are greatly not buying not buying doors. Whereas I feel like if you just put out a statement here on this show, the Drake because he's such a big fan of you. Yes. Herb some of this behavior. So if there's any message you want to say to them, the floor is yours. If not wonder stand. Listen. I, here's what I the one I had and listen. We've seen Spike Lee like, I'm I grew up in Knicks fan. So I have great recollections of by you know with the sands around us. You know, see absorbing the Reggie with his hands around his throat and him having to go sit down and sort that loss. But the one thing I did think, was when he put his hands on Nick shoulder, I thought, oh, my gosh. I am surprised. Nick, didn't turn around and I read this morning that he said somebody had to show me the picture. I didn't know what happened. I thought. Oh my gosh. How could you possibly be aware unaware of another man, putting his hands on your shoulder. I just thought that was crazy. I have no idea. I did you guys think cross the line might boot and Holzer. Certainly feel like it's crossing the line. Did you guys have that sense of? Yeah. If I'm Milwaukee, I don't say a word quite honestly, I, I don't even acknowledge it. But if you're three buffoons like us like we did yesterday. I do. I mean, running up and down the court up and down the sideline grabbing the shoulders of the coach. Absolutely. You know, I think that crosses the line, there's, there's celebrity fandom. And then there's going a little too far. So. Yeah, I do think it's a little too. Far. And I really do wonder do we think Adam silver might get involved with this for the call the Toronto about that. I'm mean listen. I do think it's become such an issue, that's you know, once coach boot and holes address it. I thought, okay the league whether it's privately and we never hear about it. I wonder do they make a call? And it's they're a behavior change at all from Drake. Mean just particularly as it relates to proximity to, you know, Janas and maybe a dressing yada, specifically, it'll be on curious to see are there, any adjustments. Be interesting thing is we're talking about. Sure, what is specific relationship? Is he designed the uniforms, the practice facility has his name on it? I believe he's got an ownership piece. But I I don't I'm not one hundred percent certain of that. So, so what do you do? Right. We see Josh Harris, the owner of the Sixers right next to their bench, very visible out in front and sort of, you know, you can see him and you feel him during games not to this degree. But what can you do here if you're legal? It's this, this will be fascinating in engaged six, that's for sure. Mark Cuban same way out there. But he's an actual. Yes. Doors. We'd be like you're the person for the job. So we'll look at as an all cases we looked you to make things right. And we appreciate being with us. I think we should make sure it's we're doses. Heitmann. I don't like that. I think bike your point was correct. She just put out a statement. Yeah. I think Drake bay. It'll get to LA Denver asleep going to consume whatever content doors is putting out, right? And so, so. By the way, doors per joins us throughout this poor season, courtesy of excel if you're bigger tall the.
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"Here's Michael who writes, argh reminds me a visiting historic sites. There's nothing like standing on a civil war battlefield or visiting. Cer- Francis Drake landing cited Drake's bay to get a feel for what really happened there and Jake rights art is human mental play. We see something intricate and the right side of the brain takes it in finds a variety of small stuff about the thing. Then the left side tries to fit it into its engine. The left side raises a bunch of statements or exceptions in the process of fitting it in. If it ever does just as animals have mock battles and Hans humans also have a way of exercising. Our mental biology in a fun way. Well, as a psychologist professor winter. I'm sure you know, there's been. In a lot less infamous through the years and left brain, right brain. But nevertheless, he brings up an interesting point here by human play mental play. Well, I do believe that artists human mental play hard is play play with meaning. But yeah, there's the the right left hemisphere distinction is very complicated. Because you know, if you look at literary art the left hemispheres heavily involved because you're reading and if you look at visual art, there's a lot of right hemisphere involvement because of the visual areas of the brain, but there's also analytic left hemisphere involvement. So it turns out that both hemispheres are always involved in responding to any form of art. But nonetheless, I believe that he that art is a form of play. It's a very important form of play. And it's universal. There's no culture without it and all human children. Do it instinctively. Some cultures. Don't even have a name for it though as you point on your book, but we're coming up at the end for we come up to the end of this hour. I just have to ask you any current or new research project that you'd like to tell us about. Well, actually, what I'm thinking about is the fiction empathy problem, and I am trying to design a program of research to study whether fiction about particular moral issues, actually, alters people's views about those moral issues. It's unlikely that fiction makes us more generally empathetic, but it may make us more specifically empathetic about what we've read about high Burmese anxious in every sense of the word to see the results of that. Thank you so much for joining us this morning. It's too late to have you. Thank you for having me how art works the psychological exploration. Thanks for listening to forum.
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"Mentioned about artists intentionally there could be varied intentions. Could you talk more about attention L and winter? Okay. There's I guess there are three questions there about the biography of re of Rothko making you more moved. I think that makes perfect sense because our aesthetic, judgments and responses are very malleable based on what we believe about who made it, and when we know what happened to Rothko and how he was how he committed suicide. It actually may alter our our responses. In terms of music therapy music is used to calm people down who are sick. That's moved in. It's used in hospitals to reduce pain. And it's been shown to have that power. So music can be very powerful in in medical situations psychiatric and physical in terms of intention -ality. You mentioned the intentional paradox. Actually, I don't think. Fallacy fallacy. Thank you. It's not that people were saying I understand what the artists intention is. That's very difficult to do. And what people were saying what we asked people in. Our study was just say how intentionally made does this seem rather than accidental. How much do you think the artists was thinking putting the Mark there on purpose rather than having it just accidentally fall there, and that people can tell I'm not saying that people can understand and guess what the correctly. What the artists intention is. That is very unlikely coming from artists rights it out. Come from Bonnie users. I had not been a fan of abstract Garba was moved to tears in front of a Jackson Pollock piece on at the Tate modern years ago. I have looked at this work differently since then and let me bring some more callers, which by the way, actually suggest something else. People can look at a work of art or experience music or work of literature, completely and utterly different way. Depending was passenger stage of life. There is not true Elon winter absolutely the more, you know, the more changes your experience. But I mean almost Anthony almost polarized really in some instances, but let me get some more callers on Tom your next. Thanks for waiting. Right. Go ahead Thomas. Not a great connection with. Let's hear what you have to say. And hope we can hear you. I was wondering if the doctors aware of RG, Colleen was a British philosopher. Wrote on status, and you're talking about is on vault with intention that he had to wait you used movies going into movies. Visit metaphor. You're going to walk out in you. You mean walking? And the other way as you walk in. You you come out in your changed. And actually your consciousness is raised. And he had to. I'm just wondering if. Are you a worthy author litter? Yes. Yes. And I think it's very important because great art is supposed to change us. It's not supposed to just be entertaining. It's most people would believe that great art is something that should transform us change our understanding of ourselves. There's some really interesting studies showing that when people look at visual art in a brain scanner. And when they look at the visual art that they have said is extremely moving to them an area of the brain gets activated, which is called the default mode network, which is involved in introspection. And that suggests that when we're when we look at art that we find profoundly moving it causes us to introspects which can change us. So if we and of course, great one person can be transformed by the same piece of art that has no effect on somebody else. There's a lot of individual differences in how people respond, and there's actually very little agreement among people on what they find the most moving. I find moving a line in a poem by rich called planetarium, which you may know about astronomer Caroline Herschel issues. What we see we see and seeing is changing. Always stay with me. No, you can learn to see. And you can learn to see a lot more and works of art. If instead of the usual seventeen seconds that you that people spend in front of a work of art museum, you stare at it for an hour or two or three I've had my students look at a work of art for an hour and write down everything they think and see and feel they thought that it would be terribly boring, but they got into a state of flow, and they found out they realized that they experienced a great deal of a thoughts. Not so much emotions but thoughts, and they saw more and more things in the work of art over time, which really argues for an extended look at art rather than a quick one. What about the idea that art should be above all in a paramount way aesthetic that it should indeed appeal to our sense of beauty? I'm especially when we talk about art that dozen DD Volker involve beautification. Well, that's kind of considered an old fashioned idea. Now, the art world has rejected that beauty or they've rejected the idea that art has to be beautiful. If if what you mean by beautiful is just plain sensory pleasing because often we have art that is grotesque because it's supposed to shock us and supposed to make meaning so meaning has been put above. Beauty. But you could redefine aesthetic as something which shakes us up gets us to think deeply and transforms us. I think it has been redefined in that way. I think that's pretty with us now. So I don't think people care about so much about whether something is they certainly don't care if it's pretty. Here's Eric Eric. You're on the air with us. Welcome. Hi, thanks for taking my call. I just wanted to note and get your comment on the challenges of assessing art education. When the inputs and desired outcomes can be so varied in one example that comes to mind is with jazz. You might look at it from music theory perspective, which is very analytical almost like math known as the technical aspect or the the craft which might just be panda coordination and execution, and then an improvisation element, which might be completely analytic and just about sure creative expression in all of which can be affected by the approach of the teacher. And how the student receives it. L winner. Yeah. What you're talking about is. If you do a meta analysis where you grew a whole bunch of studies together and try to come up with an overall generalization. The problem is how similar are your studies. And that's why it's very difficult to do. What's called meta analyses? They say garbage in garbage out. So you have to make sure you have good studies. And that they're really uniform in the studies that we did on transfer. And whether there is such a thing as transfer from the arts to academics, we tried to group studies that were very similar, so we never put music and visual arts together. For instance. We look them separately. And of course, if you're really going to take a close look at jazz, you're going to have to look at improvisational versus non improvisational. You have to get the input as you say as close as possible if you're gonna make any generalizations we can only deal with the research that we have and thus far none of the causal research shows any effect on on test scores. Unfortunately, Lisa who says what about art being a catalyst for children to unlock creativity. And fostering, new and different ways of thinking. Well, this comes down to are the kinds of habits of mind that we argue are the benefits the real benefits of art education, and we don't use the term creativity. But we could have we used the word stretch and explore where kids we went into one classroom that we were studying we heard the ceramics teacher say today, you're gonna learn a new way of making two pieces of clay stick together. But I'm not gonna tell you you're gonna figure it out on yourself. And maybe some of you will invent a new way, and you know, if you think about that that's kind of profound. Because you don't really often walk into math class and have teachers say today, we're gonna come up with a new way of adding numbers together or doing long division. It's in the arts that kids muck around and learn by experimenting, and that's creativity. So yes, the arts can be taught in a creative way or an uncreative way. And anything can be taught in a creative way. But the arts are more likely to be taught in a way that involves experimentation and mucking around and self-discovery than other areas of the curriculum. Unfortunately, which is why I think other areas of the curriculum. Could learn a lot from studio arts we're talking winner. Her book is how art works psychological exploration. Here's a tweet from Catherine our rights what about inherently evanescent, art forums like dances, an original company's performance perceived as more valuable than later a rations. That's a really interesting question. I mean, what do you do with balance sheet? If you know, you're watching a dance by that was choreographed by Balanchine. And it's exactly the way he wanted it. Do you value at more than something that's been altered? My guess is. Yes. Because of our work on forgery. Not that the alterations are necessarily forge. But my guess is. Yes. But that study remains to be done. What do you think? Effective brand name here that you're talking about isn't there? There's certainly ineffective brand. That's the essence that you look to to right. It's it's an effective brand name, but it's not just superficial like a Prada bag versus a fake because you also know something about the mind of that of that maker. We know that that Balanchine was extremely original and a genius. And therefore, we like to think about how his mind came up with these moves. Actually, bring another caller on. Here we go to an would acre and welcome. Good morning. I'm an art teacher to middle schoolers and the way I've always taught obstruction which I think is very effective is that I showed them a realistic painting and ask for the storyline. And they proceed to tell me what they think it's about. And then I play a piece of classical music or jazz without words and get their interpretation of that. And then we go to actually I start I start with a a song with words, they told me that and then a song without words, and then we go to a realistic painting. And then we go to an abstract painting. And they really get it. You know, they're smart. They want to understand. And I just think that those four steps take them to interpreting abstraction it pretty easy way. What do you think? I think that sounds like a great sequence getting kids to understand that representation is not the only thing that art does. Giving them to see the difference between a representational and a non representational picture and getting them to understand the difference between music with and without words to think about why even without words or without representation, if it's an image. We can still interpret it and respond to it. Call. Yeah. And here's Robert rather subject of art education. Again, Robert rights too often people who love painting or drawing his kids feel discouraged or even frightened from sketching or painting for fun as adults put off by fear of criticism or the sense that art is only for experts, and then he quotes art for all now more than ever. I completely agree that art education is often done very poorly in our schools. You know, kids under the age of about six don't really need an instruction at all. They have a natural instinct for creating art and simplifying forms. They don't care. They're not striving for realism, and their works are very charming, and they don't they're not self critical. But in the school years, they become self critical. And I think it's the work of art teachers to fight against this. And it's it's it's a difficult task. But. I think that we could keep the arts alive for kids in our schools. If we have the right kind of arts education where kids to a lot of discovery, and and they understand that interpretation and expressionist more important than perfect technique. But often this is this is not what's encouraged. It's nice to hear from that teacher and what she's doing. And there are teachers out there, we need more than here's Michael who writes aren't reminds me of visiting historic sites. There's nothing like standing on a civil war battlefield or visiting. The cer- Francis Drake landing cited Drake's bay to get a feel for what really happened there and Jake rights art is human mental play. We see something intricate and the rate side of the brain takes it in finds a variety of small stuff about the thing. Then the left side tries to fit it into its engine. The left side raises a bunch of statements or exceptions in the process of fitting it in. If it ever does just as animals have mock battles and Hans humans also have a way of exercising. Our mental biology in a fun way. Well, as a psychologist professor winter..
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"What is Mr Smith's opinion of CBD's proposal to reintroduce grizzly bears to California or thanks that's a. Great question well let's talk about grizzly bears for mowing grizzlies are you know they they roam allot they move around a lot and the interagency team at Yellowstone eventually found that male grizzly had a range of about fourteen hundred square miles I don't think. That we have an. Ideal situation in California to reintroduce. Grizzlies I don't necessarily feel that way about wolves but. We've had a lot more human conflicts with grizzlies than we have with wolves You know in recent years and you know I think I think you. Have to be you have to be careful about creating a situation that, develops such a backlash that sets everybody back everywhere else we are so lucky that since this book, that I wrote, covers engineering Eden covers the the sort. Of hourglass point where we. Almost lost the grizzly in the rocky mountains south of Canada and now we're in pretty good shape you. Know there's enough crissy's we'd like to see him over. Into the central Idaho wilderness in the Frank church river of no return and. We've been looking for that for a long time I think I would rather see them over there. Than I. Would. In California I, just don't think even. In the northeast quarter of California that we have the space for grizzlies thank you great question next question welcome to climate one I'd. Like to ask the speakers opinion of the, herbicides that are being sprayed in our national parks for the purpose of a radical A non native plans another great question I hate to give a one word. Answer to that But I I'd have to say that in many cases herbicides are a lesser evil than. The waves of exotic species that are, designed to combat you should use as little as possible and you should use them in the. Context of other methods what they call integrated pest management but. I don't side with people. Who. Are simply against chemicals it's got our next question welcome Thank. You The recent decisions about the Drakes bay companies are Binger of things to come for aquaculture in general and tomatoes pay in the. Dairy industry specifically employer is we'd like to tackle. That way we knew we were going to. Come, up okay Well during during the. Controversy There was a fear that. Through a rather complex mechanism I won't trace that Well maybe I have to, that. Wasters would be gone water would test a little bit dirtier in. Drake's hysterical this would bring pressure to remove minore producing. Animals from the watershed this would be a lever against. The the ranch's elsewhere What actually. Has happened however was a much. Franker movement against ranching, in general that didn't require any such roundabout, route at simply said that under, the relevant park service laws. You should not have. Such uses in a national park system unit period, so. I'm not sure that link it might still I that's might still. Be a root of argument but I haven't seen it I don't. See any pressure onto Molles bay. Aquaculture resulting from the, Drakes bay closer somebody may know better than, I do join Fisher Smith You know I think I think it's worth being concerned, about that but you know the hog island Worcester company that has a lovely little place down the, embarcadero here Has partnered with the National Park Service and the national marine sanctuary in doing a study of shell formation in with, ocean acidification as you know the oceans are now third more acid than they were before the industrial revolution. Due to them being a carbon sink that. Essentially it makes carbonic acid and hog island is helping, the park service in the national marine sanctuary studied this so I think there's also some positive signs At the same time as fierce we're talking about and by the way I mean I, gotta give the bay area credit we have these really accurate controversy over wasters everywhere else.
"drakes bay" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'd like to ask the speakers opinion of, herbicides that are being sprayed in our national parks for the purpose of a radical A non native plans another great question John I hate to give a one word answer to that But I I'd have to say that in. Many cases herbicides are a lesser evil than the, waves of exotic species that they're designed to combat you should use as little of them as. Possible and you should use them in the context of other. Methods what they call integrated, pest management but I don't. Side with people, who. Are simply against chemicals it's got our next question welcome You. See the recent decisions about the Drakes bay company, is a harbinger of things to come for aquaculture in general and tomatoes pay the dairy industry. Specifically employer is we'd like to tackle that we knew we. Were going to come up. Okay Well during during the Easter. Controversy There was a fear. That through a rather complex mechanism I won't trace that Well maybe I have to that. Wasters would be gone water would test a little bit dirtier in. Drakes Estero this would be pressured to remove minore producing. Animals from the watershed this would be a lever against. The the ranchers elsewhere What. Actually has happened however was a. Much franker movement against, ranching in general that didn't require any such, roundabout route, at simply said that under, the relevant park service laws. You should not have. Such uses in national park system unit period so I'm. Not sure that link it might still I that's might still be. A root of argument but I I haven't seen it I. Don't see any pressure on tamales. Bay aquaculture resulting from, the Drakes bay closer somebody may know better. Than I, do join Fisher Smith You know I think I think it's worth being concerned about that but you know the hog island oyster company who has a lovely little place down the. Embarcadero here has, partnered with the National Park Service and the national marine sanctuary in doing a study of shell formation in with ocean acidification, as you know the oceans are now third more acid than they were before the industrial revolution due to. Them being carbon sink that essentially it makes carbonic. Acid and hog island is helping the park service in the national marine sanctuary studied this so I think there's also some real positive signs At the same time as fears we're talking about and by the way I mean, I gotta give the bay area credit we have these really accurate controversy over wasters everywhere else in the. Country they're talking about open carries they are fifteen I'm gonna. Give you guys some credit. About your concerns You're about cheese and More peaceful isn't it Next question Tempted, to act ask, about open carry, in parks but actually get back to point Reyes and ask the question, of Jordan. Fisher Smith we heard John Hart say it would be a shame to remove the grazing activities in. The park and as you look at the top, band picture that's what we're. Talking about that's the pasture land in point Reyes and a large part, of it not all. Of it but my question is Is it fair to take enterprises. That have been there for over one hundred years, that are the dairies at. Least they're all organic they're using the most forward thinking sustainable practices that, I know of in. Terms of ranching practices Is it fair to remove them from what later came over one hundred years later apart Well you think I'm an expert in fairness because I was a park ranger I think the. Question, there are other uses other commercial uses have been terminated in national parks Float planes have. Been told the. Can't land. On a lake anymore because the lake is going more toward wilderness so I. Don't I don't I think that the real. Cutting edge is the question of whether this represents Whether there's an inherent value in, this historic way of life in a historic landscape but there's some other little wrinkles now one is that the plants that are everywhere now have created a situation out there where if you take the grazing pressure off. We may have. Basically shrub. Lands over most appoint race and no more meadows that what we have there Would've been maintainable as a northern coastal prairie Before all these exotics we now have a situation where, if you take the grazing pressure off it it may all go back to a thicket I'm I'm I'm afraid I..
"drakes bay" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky
"I disagree with you on this album well i think it's a good album dark fantasy that's up there you guys both like have listened to the album but he just like it's not even the music he just has a totally different time is it a different appreciation for good running workout songs i know i know that and it's kind of upsetting i is that at least one of those there's not like a power in there or something like that all the lights that's why like like like gucci mane and shit you know because it is it's like it has a good beats like his beets are different they're not like the heavy like eight oh a pizza they're like soulful like sample bass beats and deborah album coming out very soon yeah also the county will probably be that album the high beat stuff yeah i'm excited i can't cut out i think that's going to be really good even though it we're taking speed on a bullet train or whatever that was the last one was like honestly like i'm a big fan that was like i was really bad i'm sorry like it was like it was really used on our c ship that doesn't mean you have to like you're gonna make good music beatles alyce so so apparently not when they made it though i think you have a good idea sober kid cutty made the like that's what happened but i don't know so so what are your thoughts on the new push it t in drake beef is juicy i love it it is juicy a world confidence with this contract include that is wild patrick patrick starts iraq iran explain to me i have no idea i have no you're on twitter that day twitter bass as on twitter i've ever seen it was just so fun when those countries i just don't care so drake and the dumpy free style before this t release had album daytona one of the songs he pretty much trashed rake for like the ghost producer us pretty much bathing after looking back he was wanting drake to make you know to make a district it worked perfectly drake bay dumpy freestyle and it was actually what.