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Cremation permit conditions temporarily suspended in Los Angeles County as COVID deaths soar
"We've had a pandemic going on. And there have been a candy has had limitations over the over the winner about you know if you have a fireplace. Of course, there's only like four of us still have a fireplace in Lake County. On brother heavy manufacturing things like that. There have been limits about emissions, and one of the industry's that Z. This is affected. The most has been The funeral industry and specifically the various crematoria around the South land and, you know, keeping in mind. His love, million people that we know about in L, a county largest county in the nation on obviously close to 50% of all of California's covert dead have been in L. A county and You know, a year ago, I was predicting that it would hit in my groundbreaking January 25th 2020 show. I was predicting that it would hit the homeless community so fast and so hard that there would be funeral pyres. You know, at the West end of L A X added in El Segundo, so the ash blew out to the Pacific. I was kind of right on Lee. It wasn't the homeless because l. A county and the governor hate old people. You know, we've we've had this strike, You know, 86% of the dead are 70 years of age or older. And the problem is, there is such a backlog of the recently deceased that many of them are the not so recently deceased and a Q. M. D for the South Coast lifted an emergency order for crematoriums. Um, to get back to work. This is this is what they said. On January 17th. Today, the South Coast Air Quality Management District issued an emergency order to temporarily suspend certain permit conditions for cream crematories in Los Angeles County. To assist with the backlog caused by the covered 19 pandemic. South Coast. A committee permits for crematoriums contain limits on the number of human remains that may be cremated each month based on potential air quality impacts. The current rate of death is more than double that of pre dependent years, leading to hospitals, funeral homes and crematoriums. Exceeding capacity without the ability to process the backlog of
"el segundo" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"To the 105 freeway. Had a car fire here that was connected with a crash. Now Looks like the fire has been extinguished. But the right lane is still blocked here with emergency crews and such here Dr slowing down right around El Segundo Boulevard. Art in Lynwood, Other one of five westbound before Long Beach Boulevard and not a crash, but a car bumper in the carpool lane to watch for. It's definitely affecting your ride from the 7 10 K. If I and this guy is sponsored by entry attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff Bomb with downtown Los Angeles you betcha. Getting from all directions here. We can keep you kind of happy here is kind of normal stuff. We'll start with the North bound and westbound drives of the north. One of one was 10 in fairly good shape. It's good slow, that's for sure. We were a little concerned about a fire reporter down fourth, but happily, nothing's burning There. Everything is OK. Now let's get north of the four level pretty easy drive into the San Fernando Valley going the other way, leaving the San Fernando Valley pretty good drive up and over the hill Quango past Only gets forward about for months going down to the four level and on the way up here, we had a good look at the royal sacred coming out of south past. Still in pretty good shape a little, so it the five in towards the four level. Injured in an accident. Superwoman super lawyer dot com JEF Boeke k F Eye in the Sky African sponsored by Better Help, calm K A fly in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm robbing banks. Is there something interfering with your happiness? Better help wants you to start living a happier life today. Better help will match you with your own license, professional therapist and right now get 15% off your first month visit better h e l p dot com slash feel happy for 15% off your first month. Is your mortgage on auto pay? Does it just come out of your account every month? You don't even really think about it. Other than you know, A lot of money goes out every month, Right? Well, there may be a way to save on that big chunk of change That goes.
"el segundo" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A few minutes on the El Segundo times today because they're mostly about identity politics. Did another story about the hard hit San Fernando Valley Latino neighborhoods when I mean, hard head hard hit by the coronavirus, for reasons that we have talked about countless times before. Because they're low income working class, and they live in very tight, crowded households. Well, all it takes is for somebody to bring the coronavirus home from one of those essential worker frontline jobs. And then you have a house and outbreak in the household, and it goes through the statistics talks about some of the hard hit areas in the San Fernando Valley, including proclaim A and our leader. Which have rates of crowding, meaning the households twice as high. 11% of homes in L, a county considered crowded but in places like McCoy in our leader, we could be talking over 20% of the homes there are considered crowded, but I It's really crowded and pick climate has one of the worst infection rates in the county. It's about 1000 people. Infected for every 100,000 in the population, and it's 10 times as high as some of the Westside cities, And that's the problem. And this is what's causing this policy. This ridiculous policy. This is woke Social justice health policy instead of saying We have a huge problem in Pacoima. Let's put the restrictions in pequena. They're putting the restrictions all over the place where there's 1/10 of the problem or less. Means absolutely absurd. Most people do not live. Like it says here, they open with one story. Carolina Sanchez lives squeezed into a room with her four Children at a vagabond in and silmara. They live in a motel. Five of them in there, and Sanchez's sister. Uh, well, They all contracted the virus. And The way it's written. This was the cost of being a low wage worker living in crowded conditions. It was a cost exacted from Latinos above any other group. California fails to protect Latino workers. As virus ravages communities of color. This is preposterous. A state government cannot protect. Certain ethnic group. From the virus. The virus doesn't know ethnic groups. It's because poor people live in crowded conditions. This we've had decades of unlimited immigration, both legal and illegal, which leads to people have to take these low wage job because employers love as we've talked about for a long time now, the low paying jobs that they could get away with with legal and illegal immigrants who are new to the country and And they have to live in these these places where they packed in. Everybody for 30 years, said Uncontrolled immigration doesn't matter. Well, it does matter. And now here's the consequence. You have literally millions of people in California living an extremely congested conditions. Most of us have no idea what it's like living in these conditions, so the virus spreads easily. This is a consequence. Of rampant, uncontrolled immigration, Then the El Segundo Times being The El Segundo Times pulls out a great quote from a woman by the name of Gladys Ayala, co founder and chairwoman of Kick US Mom Inc. I don't know. It's a nonprofit that aims to empower and educate women in the valley. She blames Trump. Of course, the president has a lot to do with this. He minimizes so much that people don't believe it because those air those air trump supporters living in these neighborhoods, right those were trump voters, right pick Lima? Oh, yeah, It's bad, Big trump Country there. I'm sure he got a lot of votes. I bet you got 90% of the vote in pick women, and they said it was a lot of votes. This is just nonsense. All right. This is nonsense. You can't live with that many people close together. It causes the virus to spread much more easily. That's beginning and end of it. It doesn't have anything to do with race. It doesn't have anything do with this. The ethnicity it has to do with geography. It has to do a density of population in a particular apartment or room. That's what it has to do with and what they should be doing is they are not come up with a policy for Pacoima and leave all the other. Cities that don't have that issue alone. But it is it is woke health policy. It's social justice health policy. It's not based on medicine. It's not based on anything rational. No, it's said metric. We talked a few months ago. Right? The health metric, which has to include low income communities where there are larger outbreaks. We have to get those under control before any of us. I mean, Ben back to our lives. This part the policy coming out of Barbara for his health department is insane. There is nothing rational about this. Nothing at all. They preached the Western. It's a micro problem when some of these communities of L a county, but then they have a macro solution. They throw a net over everything. All outdoor dining is banned. That's why there's there's. There's no rational thought. Here. It all that's why you have this chaos. That's why everybody's angry and crazy because none of this makes sense. It doesn't make sense. There's no sense to it. It's based on woke justice, but we got more coming up John and Ken Ko Phi and Debra Mark as news to lawsuits challenging L. A county's ban on outdoor dining have been combined. In the one hearing. Attorney Mark Geragos owns the engine company 28 restaurant in downtown L A, and had filed a lawsuit to overturn the Health Department's order to stop outdoor dining. Last week, The California Restaurant Association filed a similar suit, but a request for a temporary restraining order was denied..
"el segundo" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"On it does seem like we did this thing yeah you missed like your brain widget link that still in the hallway okay well I'm I can't imagine the nightmare that await sees poor children going back to school and separated not the children do a lot of hugging and hanging clothes but for the whole school experience is going to be cells is author of all they need to build them all little bubbles to sit in right this is not correct those but you know this is the logical extension of the way the culture's been going zero risk and now everybody who wanted to have zero risk has an excuse they've got their opportunity to take advantage of the crisis well there's every doubt thank you want one call the case in the schools they know they're going to get sued and they're gonna go not soon think they got a pass along and they're they're talking about a passed a law where every entity as at it is the liability is waived they had their indemnified from a from a lawsuits and internal and every for a lot of government entity yeah all government entities all businesses all everybody okay you can't sue anybody in claim now you know you don't take the proper cleaning procedures and I got the coronaviruses like now you got the car in a virus said that's the risk you took by leaving your front door all right when we come back ten billion lawsuits what's back in the news what do we have here it's the brown dog California high speed rail it's another column from el Segundo times writer around forty BDN ends this better not happened or I work it's gonna get ugly they're talking about taking tax payer money the high speed rail that's not allowed to subsidize it because it's going to be a money loser if they ever built it more coming up.
Animal Agricultures Awakening Hour
"Today's guest was inspired by his dad to change the world and have a lasting positive impact on health and the environment. I'm talking about Ethan Brown. The founder and CEO of beyond meet a disruptive and innovative plant based Meat Company and. I know you've seen her to them. Because they are ubiquitous. These days interview was recorded pre covert nineteen so while we don't specifically discuss it. This episode is very timely. Since as you've I'm sure read. One of the areas most affected by this horrific disease. Is Our food supply chain specifically the animal food supply chain. The conditions are deplorable for both the animals and humans at these meat processing plants and the health of both is compromised. Daily Ethan discusses in detail. I was company is improving the efficiency the safety the health and the environmental impact of his beyond meat. Production and the benefits are huge. We know that the average consumer even those who eat animal meat are aware and very concerned about these health and social issues. As Ethan says I believe there is a new dawn for American agriculture. And this conversation is our awakening our in fact just last week. Jim Cramer the host of mad money on. Cnbc said that beyond meat is a small company but so Amazon so was facebook and so was Google and then he goes on to say and I quote. It's all going beyond meets way and what is beyond me doing. They're cutting prices. I think the pandemic is saying start eating plant based Kramer continues to go on to say that the rising demand for plant based protein will not be a passing fad and that. There's no hobby here. The Hobby is going to end up being meet man. Jim You are talking our language. I think the pandemic is saying start eating plant based eating meats going to become a hobby love it? Here's to having the heart of a hero and not being afraid to challenge the status quo in fact instead of being divisive it's time we collectively come together and work to solve these problems on behalf of the animals the longevity of our planet and our own health it is my mission and it's the mission and driving force for my friend. Ethan Brown all right here. We are season two of the the plant. Strong podcast I am here with Ethan Brown. The CEO of beyond me. And I want you to know and I'm at World Headquarters for beyond me. Where exactly are we? So we're going to California el Segundo AB- like what two miles from the airport? Exactly yeah I mean it was the most. This is the easiest drive ever made from the airport and season to just so you know the whole theme is heart of a hero and we're really trying to identify People that are changing the game and and that's who were having an inviting on season two of the Pike Aston. You probably more than just about anybody. I know are changing the game in a multitude of ways and I and I wanna get into that so you are truly a game changer. Speaking of the game game changers. Have you seen the movie I have in before I even get into that? I mean I just WanNa share on August the impact you and your family out on my own life and just how much a fan of yours and incredibly sincere. I've watched forks over knives yet more times than I can count Shared it with more people than I can count And you don't want. We got a chance to connect few years back. It was a terrific thing for me. No I've been a big fan of yours for a long time to be here being everybody. You surreal well. I I'm flattered. Thank you and so in the game changers. You saw it. Did you like it. I love that movie. Yes in fact. You're so intimately viable that but I'm having to stop myself showing you a clip. Because it's almost every time someone comes to my office injured in this subject. But of course that would be lost on you because you set the record for most I think most downloaded most downloads of a documentary ever and they broke it in a little over a week. It's remarkable and it resonates so strongly with me for so many of the reasons that it also resonates with you of course But even as somebody's building business it was really important for me to see this You know growing up we were very much exposed to the got milk campaign. I mean that was something that was a big part of culture and and maybe less so today but you know the use of athletes to promote a particular type of animal-based protein with something the California Milk Board. Did you know very well And and that was something that because of my own background and interest in the milk industry. My family was doing I paid a lot of to the got milk campaign with came time for me to start my own company I. She hired the original sponsor of that campaign. I'm Jeff Manning on the California Milk Board. He had left since you grew up on a dairy farm. I grew up in the city. Okay on my dad's a professor and we He he didn't like being in the city and so he wanted to have a place to recreate because he grew up in the country and so got a farm Very early on in my childhood and he's kind of entrepreneurial so ultimately we get wholesale cattle there Dairy but but he rate so To went back and found the person who who wrote the original mandate for the got milk campaign of someone named Jeff Manning on the California Milk Board and that led to that campaign with milk mustache. And you know Bo Jackson Derek. Jeter et CETERA. And so I asked him to come work with me so we were together for a number of years creating the future protein campaign that we have here on the go beyond campaign and it's been been remarkable woman named Beth. Moskowitz has brought in more athletes. I can count Really remarkable career having or you know deandre Jordan Deandre Hopkins Chris Paul. They are now getting behind the idea. That a plant based Diet is the best performance and so game changers just nails that yeah and and there's a scene in there with the Tennessee. Titans football players and chastity. Morgan yes is cooking. I think some burgers on a grill. Those beyond Meat Burger. Yes we love the the Morgan's and all they're doing and I think that's just a great story and you're seeing that Clifford throughout the NFL particularly NBA. Where lightness quickness is so important you seeing so many. Nba Athletes turn to a plant based Diet for no other reason improve the performance. They also love the social aspect of it. They love the disruptive Challenger. Let's let's not do things the way we used to do. Let's bring something forward in this. World is a little better for for their kids. The challenge the status quo. Yeah there's a big big part of that
"el segundo" Discussed on KDOW
"Eight one of the talk to Jason el Segundo either Jason how you doing good good I appreciate the call and I hope things go well for you it is thank you there are I'm wondering about the stock S. T. E. M. P. I. owner and after I bought it I found out that there was a lawsuit from shareholders against the company and I'm wondering if yes should be a concern park in the north well you don't need nor but I do think it's already built into the price started because it got really beat up on me was two hundred dollars a share back in March and then for all the way down to below forty now it's back above eighty three and it was all well you know there's a lot of problems coming out and that's what one of one of those is the the investigation or whatever you want to call a lawsuit against the the CEO and other other executives at the company but the fundamentals of the company look pretty good one of these I don't like is the they've always earn money but the earnings of always been very erratic ME one year was six dollars a share than eleven dollars a share and then four dollars this year and this year four dollars fifty seven cents sure this year next year only three dollars and twenty four cents so it doesn't make it look like that cheap based on three dollars twenty four cents and eighty three dollar stock yell and you're talking about yellow book twenty seven P. twenty six P. ET well that's the times range but if you go back and look at last year's earnings compare with the price all that is cheap so no I I I would be very careful because is not cheap probably a little on the pricey side the return actually is not very good at eight percent but the return on I'm sorry debt is only percent return equity it is very good at forty percent and really good cash flow so it's got some things going for I mean it's a good positive but is not cheap don't think is cheap without a cheap stock at this point there's a bridge call Greg was stamps S. T. E. M. P. stamps dot com then they provide electronic postage you know most people probably would do what they did it in a Mennonite church eight eight eight nine nine two four two seven eight okay so easy B. is leaving interest rates alone they're not gonna make any changes to their very accommodative stance that they're in now and that's all announcement out by Christine let god do who took over married doggies places to be president so member number the ECB's nineteen countries right all the same currency and Britain is leaving brexit will be leave and then they'll probably leaving for early shortly now that they have won a landslide victory of for the Conservative Party and in Britain and that and that tells you that the people want out and they'll probably pushing through now now when I say that used to be very commonly of interest rates across these PC is a negative half a percent negative half a percent filled that's very common days of the house so they're trying to spark the economy the trying to spark some violations and I'll have that either and that's the big effort will they be successful I think eventually they will I really do okay economic outlook the Chapman university economic business called the economic and business review they feel that next year the I don't know just mention this yesterday or not but they feel that the GDP for actual we one point nine percent now these these people generously apple or the best have been since two thousand and four and most accurate in the forecast so I would probably take to the bank that they predicted two point one or two point two for this year and that if I remember right this is a pretty darn close there so next to little bit less they also know what's really interesting they said that how do you start to run and jump six point two percent this should this coming year they feel housing there's gonna be very strong part of the overall market maybe because interest rates are so low but they think it's going to be is going to very well.
Arrest made in case of missing Utah woman Mackenzie Lueck
"Warner. Utah man has been arrested on suspicion of killing a young woman from El Segundo and burning her body in his backyard Twenty-three-year-old MacKenzie look went missing June seventeenth after flying back to Utah from the Southland correspondent Scott McLean, has details on how the suspects neighbors helped law enforcement. They also realize from neighbors that the suspect had been burning something behind the home that she also said that in interviews with them that the suspect claimed he couldn't tell MacKenzie, Luke. He didn't know what she looked like. But that belief had evidence already that was
Police searching person of interest's home in missing woman case
"Salt lake city police say they have a person of interest in the case of missing university of utah student and california native mackenzie loook police served a search warrant and removed evidence from a home near where look of el segundo with last seen police say the owner of the home is considered a person of interest but no arrests have been made at this time it's not clear what connection loook may have had the home or the owner she went missing june seventeenth after lift driver dropped her off at a park in north salt lake in the middle of the night the driver told police she got into another vehicle driven by an unknown
"Person of interest" eyed by cops in search for missing Utah woman
"Policing utah have served a search warrant connected to a missing college student from el segundo the owner of the residence where we serve the warrant last night is a person of interest salt lake city police chief chris brown says the homeowner has not been arrested cops in salt lake say they're trying to find a mattress and box spring the homeowner or got rid of recently the family of mackenzie luek says she's been missing since she flew back to utah more than a
"el segundo" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Look, I'm not quitting into the mafia. But if you owe the mafia money, the one thing they want you to do is stay in touch with them, and it's the same thing, which do it laws. You're in touch with them and you need a little break here and there and you call in and you write soon on something cool with you. But moments you try to avoid jury duty by not responding. All that stuff. That's when they get pissed. Tim Conway junior show, weeknights at six on camp. John and Ken show. John kobylt Ken chiampou, KFI, AM, six forty five. So it was interesting to see how the El Segundo times would cover yesterday's news conference announcing an official recall attempt against mayor yoga pants, Eric Garcetti for the city of LA for his unbelievable incompetence over the homeless crisis. Did you see who they sent to cover the score? Do you enjoy KOTA Smith? Yeah. The, the mouthpiece, regards city. Yup. It was like having his press secretary cover the press conference. It was when you read the three pages, it kind of comes up suddenly on you exactly the angle of the story. But immediately they start talking to Garcetti political consultant, named Bill Carrick, who dismissed the effort, it doesn't sound, very real, certainly the mayor is focused on homelessness. It's his principal focus. He's not going to get distracted by people playing these types of games. And again, they want to write it off to politics. It's what everyone says, I mean, Gray Davis. Tried the same thing it's just politics of sour grapes, by a bunch of sour losers. And they wanted to identify the woman that started all this Alexandra, daddy, a political commentator, but they wanted to make it clear. She voted for Trump and she, but she has supported or campaign for local and national Democrats. She's a thirty year resident of Los Angeles, and she actually it says, here did campaign for former state Senator and city councilman member. Nate Holden, John holy. Here's a memory city councilwoman. Jan Perry who I remember for one thing do you remember the same thing. I remember about her. She wanted to. Dan, the fast food restaurants in her district. That's right. No more. No mcdonalds. So she, she doesn't come from some because they want to stereotype is being some right wing Republican operative and that's normally, what the L A times, and the rest of the media will do they did that in the Gray Davis recall the Josh Neumann recall, anytime. There's a recall effort because we, you know, we're saturated with democratic politicians, right? So odds are it is going to be a democrat that gets recalled. It's all we've got there aren't any Republicans left to recall. And so what they wanna do, say this is some extreme right-wing. Trump loving, blah, blah, blah, blah, you know, and Dakota Smith does her duty as Garcetti's bath piece. They also right? Garcetti the mayor announced plans last year to build filthy, fifteen shelters in LA to get people off the street, but they've been slow to open, sorta open. That's up a nice way of putting it, none of opened. And in fact, they've had the money longer than that. Announcing plans to build shelters, but they've had voters in two thousand sixteen approved property change. That's three years. That's not last year. The one point two billion dollar bond to build ten thousand units of housing for homeless people. So what they're talking about the first half of that is his stupid basket thing, where he was going to open up these temporary shelters. What does it they all? I think there's only two that opened. Yeah, the, the one that was council district. Right. And that's the one that they spent almost three million dollars on from forty five people already five people. And each one of those are supposed to be there only a few months. In fact, it's time to see how that if that thing is, is doing any good because it's forty five people and then after a few months, they're supposed to move on to something better. Well are they or are they back out on the street face down in their own vomit? While we know what happened, they felt and they got opposition in most of the council district. I think they did open another one in Hollywood. But as for the other ones, we know what happened in Korea town. We know what. Happened over in Venice. We know what happened up in the valley in Sherman oaks, the people said, no put on my neighborhood. So it's a bad idea. You're going to have to put this on open county land in industrial areas places that are not residential. You're going to have to do it because no neighborhood wants it. They're gonna put up too much of a public battle. You're going to end up in court. You're gonna waste a lot of money on legal fees. It was a bad idea. He's the thing is, we've come to a point where you must identify the bad ideas and say, no more stop debating these things, stop these silly pointless, round and round and round arguments. That was a dumb ass idea was never gonna work. Nobody wants this in the neighborhood for obvious reasons. They never will never never then it goes on to talk about how recall efforts are costly. They're time consuming the rarely successful it mentions back in two thousand ten attempts by a handful of critics to recall. Then they are. Antonio VERA Goza fizzled out remember that one? You weren't part of that. There's, there's a lot of efforts and then it mentions the efforts against Mike, bonnet over the road diets. And of course, we were trying to get that one going. But the organizers never really got themselves off the ground. Yeah. But what, what one good thing did happen is they reversed the road diet invested Elmar Playa del Rey, del Rey, Radic, skews Mars. The street. Right. So, so that worked that should be part of the story that the threat of a recall, even though it didn't go through got bonding and Garcetti to back down on the road diet. Well, what they didn't understand, is just the mere discussion changes the dynamic changes to the policy. I think it's slowed them down, completely just like the opposition to the homeless shelters. Now, I know. And we'll talk to Jay Bieber later. They have this plan for dedicated bus line in the valley, which will take away traffic lanes. But I think is that story two years older, ready. I think it would have seen a lot more road diets and people did not rise up out there in Playa del Rey and beat that thing back the way they should. Unfortunately still at one and mar vista on Venice boulevard. But I think we could have had a lot more. Remember we saw the master plan. It was it was an idea for dozens of these road diets throughout the city. Yeah. I know that there were. Yeah. There were over forty. I think I think there was this, this is how the Dakota Smith bias works instead of spending time finding out why after we gave them a billion dollars they don't have a single. A single apartment built yet. Why they only have two of these bridge shelters built instead of finding out where all the money went, what's the scandal. What's the corruption there? They talked to these political consultants who are on Garcetti side to begin with, but their, their words are presented as you know, political wisdom. I don't care what Bill character. Anybody else says the story is we gave him a billion dollars and they it looks like they've blown it they don't have a single apartment built their spending a half a million dollars per efficiency apartment, a half a million, we got, and, and they built a very street for forty five people at three million and one other. I forgot where what's the greatest comparison here, the high-speed reds county is being sucked up by a bunch of middlemen. Like mother, their consultants or these nonprofits, that's probably what's going on nothing's actually reaching the bottom line. What people see on the streets changing. So if it wasn't a prop. Again to rag if it was a real newspaper that dug out the truth about what happens to tax payer money, and what these idiot politicians are doing with the tax payer money. We'd have front page stories every day, tracking where what, what's sewer whole the money went down? Instead, Dakota Smith. Does the public relations slobber job for? When we come back, we're starting something relatively new here on the John and Ken show, dealing with the homeless problem, and then we'll tell you the story out of the valley, which, you know, why didn't I think of this, the parks, we're regular people can't go anymore because vagrants have taken over. But now it's the vagrants against the gang members. We'll talk about it, China and Ken KFI, and that's the Brera has news, half a dozen adults in the south bay have been busted for allegedly buying booze for minors. The recent sting was done by the Manhattan in Hermosa beach police department cops say fifty four adults were approached by enter each people. A couple of weeks ago, but only six agreed to supply the alcohol. A group in San Diego County has been trying to find photos of a World War, Two memorial. That used to be outside the library insane. You see drove so it can be rebuilt. It's not clear. Why the wall was taken down. But the group friends Sam, you see Joe wants to put it back with all one hundred forty seven names that were on it. They only have a wallet size photo of the wall. And many of the names cannot be read. Gas taxes. In California are about to go up, again, by almost six cents a gallon, but officials saved money from the tax is still not enough. They say twelve cent gas tax increase in two thousand seventeen and.
"el segundo" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Listen to powerful stories of crimes almost forgot until you the one that I liked do you remember what are you going to do a whole rap session? Hold on. Do you? Remember, the story of the guy that they found a North Carolina. Oh my God. That was amazing. There was he killed the police officers and El Segundo, right? These two police officers in the fifties were gunned down during a traffic stop. And it took all the way until like what was it about ten years ago? I think about ten years ago, they found this guy the guy the guy was out free. Yes. Gerald mason. That's his name, Gerald Mason. And they cut this guy in North Carolina and the blood match the fingerprint match that he finally confessed. What a mind effort that was winning this guy this guy. This guy was was free. I bet you as black wouldn't be food that loan. There you go play in a race court. Docket off brothers. Probably right. You know, something, but I got to agree with Robert if he was black they'd probably want to cut, or at least they wanna cut somebody would have put some black the wrong black guy probably in prison. Second Manta hit if. Well, okay. Okay. Okay. Then then why didn't they do that? Because they had a description of the guy. Oh, yeah. I bet you if they didn't have an inscription that was just a random black guy. But why don't you get educated for about five seconds? Okay. About what's going on in this world and quit sitting there Licken making what looking chicken Can you. you get this movie is not a box of KFC there? No puppy. I told you to ask him to get that garbage outta here before I flipped by lit- yet that Popeye's crap out of here, but nobody here eats that. But you you're still good Bevill. You know help eaten at a. So anyway, Gerald be out. So forget about everything I'm talking about just the checkout this podcast. It's fantastic. Folks. It is from the folks at he's cold case files. They have interviews with people involved as investigators shed, a new light on these cases and bring those responsible to Justice that Joel missile. Yeah. They already caught that guy man aren't thinking that story. I don't know, man. Watch the show. Download new episodes of cold case files every Tuesday on podcast one.
Los Angeles City Council’s president suggests to deploy ‘army of cats’ to deal with rat situation
"This story which was published an hour ago by the El Segundo times and their city hall reporter Dakota Smith. Yeah. Has got me so angry. I'm about to start smashing the walls. It's about the typhus. And today the city council met with people from various Los Angeles city departments like general services to find out what they're going to do about the rodents were talking largely about the rats that have been tested city hall city hall east. And if you're listening to the John and Ken show, you know, why they're there. It's because of the trash mobile homeless encampments something that CD leaders refuse to acknowledge. But it came up sideways in this story, which has got the infuriated. But I the funny part herb Wesson, the Los Angeles city council president piped up and said how about an army of cats. Let's unleash an army of cats throughout city hall. Stop the rats to get the rats, and then someone said, well, no, the the fleas will just jump on the cats, and you have the same problem. And then the cats by diet typhus or the cats may come to you in the fleas jump off. On you. And you got typhus not a good idea. What? What he's such an idiot. But you say about a guy who ignores all the vagrants and their filth and recommends cats. To fight the problem. What do you do with a guy like that? Next is as close as we come from Westlund Garcetti on the real source of the problem west and said, we do have issues. There's too many reports of rodents, but I don't think it's because of skid row not entirely. I don't think it's because of the building being torn down east of here. Now that was the initial explanation. They gave when they tore down the old LAPD headquarters in unleashed this army of typhus rats and fleas, which is BS that really is. But speaking recently to channel seven here comes Garcetti. Oh, man. This is what got me annoyed the risk of contracting typhus is being blown out of proportion. Oh, it's been rats since I've been here. He was elected to the council a one. There is one case it may or may not have come from them. But they're still is in the normal range of what we have each year. Really typhus. I don't think anybody heard. I mean, I never heard of this. Nobody I know has heard of typhus and typhus, you know, what they're all overlooking. There was. One hundred and forty three cases on skid row. You're trying to say this is a one off. This is a bizarre fluke. This has never happened before it happened in the autumn a hundred and forty three cases not far from city hall. Skid row, isn't that far away? Garcetti knows that he's got the homeless problem which already harpooned his chance for running for president. But on top of that homeless people with typhus a disease that when people hear it. They're like, what did you say typhus, maybe evil typhus, it's such a bad PR nightmare. He's gone into full denial mode. And now he's trying and by the way, also in the articles the woman we talked to lift Greenwood she felt like she was being mocked by Garcetti. I'm just a one off crazy person who may or may not have gotten typhus from city hall fleas keep using that phrase because I think they're afraid that they're going to get sued for creating a dangerous disease ridden environment. So they keep putting in a little qualifier. Well, may or may not really don't. Oh, for sure Liz says it's a serious issue. Which is why I went public. The problem is feces and urine and the rotting trash around city hall. Yeah. She says the rats and the fleas aren't the problem. Those are the. Eight a bit her her paragraph is at the end of Dakota Smith story, it that should be the beginning be the daily story that the rotting garbage and the feces is what's causing the typhus. So your pounding and pounding and Garcetti went on to say, well, this is his post as he comes the larger problem is making sure that we end homelessness in Los
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"Yes. All right now, here's the good and the bad about the El Segundo times their follow up to yesterday's big news from Gavin Newsom during the state of the state speech about how for now we're just going to build that segment of the Brown dog California's high speed rail in the central valley, it's about a it depends on your on your source, but about one hundred and thirty mile one hundred sixty miles. I read what the difference was. Yeah. It's in the story. Well, yeah. Because Newsome wants to add to extension. Onto what was an original financing plan. Yeah. That's that's the good in that the times has had a writer by the name of Ralph Ford Abedian who's been following the high speed rail for years now, and generally writes, pretty good impartial stories on it and has exposed some pretty a big cover-ups by high speed rail about their costal rising. He's done the best work, exposing the high speed rail of anybody in the state, a really he's done a great service because that's how a lot of all started with his stories, and then went on to other media from there, and it is fascinating that he even as he wrote all these devastating stories about the high speed rail commission the stupid beard scratchers in the editorial room, just keep writing more. And more impassioned editorials supporting it. Yeah. We'll get to the home writer has completely dismantled. We'll get the moment. Beedi and answered a couple of questions that we had yesterday, including the one that John just brought up the state's twenty eighteen business plan called for building. One hundred and nineteen miles of rail from Dera to Wasko for ten point six billion Wasko, remember Madera, Alaska. Ballot initiative was ten billion. They write a business plan last year that uses all of it just to build this one hundred nineteen miles from Madera to Wasko should be in jail for that. Yes. These are all the money. These are federal monies a couple billion more. But it's most of the money. How do you skunk an entire state into agreeing to borrow ten billion dollars in the whole ten billion gets you to Wasco? Wasko Newsom wants to he wants the rail line to run from birth said to Bakersfield, that's what he said yesterday. That's what we spent all the time on so the Bakersfield extension alone would add more than two billion and the Mercedes extension. Another two billion these to take the project just this part to fifty billion dollars. And now I can say that's all the money because the ten billion dollars from the ballot initiative, and it was roughly three or four billion from Obama. That's it. Right. That's all the money. Because the article goes on people are asking is there enough money even to build this Bakersfield that he wants the answer is probably not, no. William grizzly is a retired World Bank executive. I've seen him before. Yeah. Yeah. He's been another skeptic all lot. And he said, absolutely. They could run out of money just to build this unneeded. They horrific central valley rail. I can't even get to Wasko. Madeira? Alaska wanna hear what Lasco is? Is twenty five twenty four miles northwest of Bakersfield. And it's got a it's got a population of twenty seven thousand people know, so we're going to spend ten and a half billion dollars to get to a town with twenty seven thousand people. Now, what's the what is the how many of those twenty seven thousand or getting on the train every day? To get to Madeira. Emerson said or any of these other dusty old towns in the central valley, the high speed rail authority chief executive is now Brian Kelly. He put out a statement. We're eager to meet the challenge of a bullet train in the central valley. Yeah. It would be more laughable if it wasn't ten billion dollars plus tax money going down the drain. You wanna hear this nine thousand of the people in Lasco live in a prison? I did know a prisoner in west prisons in the central state prison because if you get out you're going to go back in seriously, west escape, forget it. A third of the population. It's in Brits. Oh, they count them as residents you think let's their address. I know I don't know how that works. You count prisoners. I guess they are for the time. So is there a little side? Welcome to westcote dossier. Elation fifteen thousand ten thousand prisoners. Those guys are getting on a train. Take on. This is that this is not over that. Basically newsome's announcement sounds like it's a scaleback, but it isn't an abandonment of the future possibility. Oh, stop. It says here while the state has a capacity to complete the first leg in the central valley extending the rail line to southern California and the bay area would cost too much and take too long. But he writes that does leave room for interpretation because it says here that he's still allowing the environmental stuff to go through for the entire rail line. It's they're just not giving up on the plan. The skeletal nature of it. It's a little bit of they're giving up big essentially the governor committed to completing environmental reviews for the entire Anaheim to San Francisco route switch impact Sohn said yesterday. The Fresno assemblyman they're out of money. You say yesterday, they have no choice, but to but to stop it. There isn't any money, right? That is the reality that we have. Yeah. Right. Right. Right. He wants to again, what did I say about Newsom before you even want? He will talk out of both sides of his mouth. And while he's saying this particular rail plan is a bum. He's saying to the other side, but I'm not giving up on high speed rail in California, maybe we come up with a new plan, maybe a new ballot initiative someday. God help us. Of course, you know, these these these idiots are going to keep trying. I mean that could go on for the rest of our lives. There's always going to be some group that has these crazy, wacky ideas. I mean, look at that Alexandria, occasional cortex. She's you know, she's got a billion ideas in her stupid plan that cost one hundred trillion dollars in speaking of her when we come back. There is some that were very very upset with Gavin Newsom announcement yesterday because remember in her green new deal. High speed rail is going to be everywhere. How could California abandoned across the oceans, well, yeah. That too, but we needed to get people around the state because you're not supposed to be in your car. When we come back because the times is the finger-wagging over this. We will talk about their editorials at their finger, and that it really is bad news for the planet. What finger? Their finger pointed at sure better identifying body parts than I am John and Ken show. KFI Tessa.
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"Amy King Live from the KFI. Twenty four hour newsroom. New Los Angeles County. Sheriff Alex Villanueva has wasted. No time shaking things up Villanueva about replaced eighteen top executives on Monday his first day on the job. Now, the LA times reports that he is told five hundred other lieutenants captains and commanders to temporarily remove their rank insignia while their jobs are being reevaluated. Critics say that's demoralizing move. The professional peace officers association says it could also cause confusion in a public emergency. If there's no way to tell who's in charge tests about ETA KFI news to people have been shot in a car that crashed into a sign outside a YMCA at YMCA in north Hollywood police say one of the people shot last night was inside the why when they got there. The other was still on the car. Witnesses told police the two were shot following an argument that started at a fast food restaurant nearby. Police say the shooter was driving a red BMW. Those people shot are expected to survive. Police in El Segundo have arrested a man suspected of raping a woman he met on a metro green line train. The thirty five year old man is a parolee. He was arrested last night in Gardena police say he lured the woman last weekend into a secluded stairwell behind a parking garage on east rosecrans avenue and attacked her. President Trump is announced chief of staff John Kelly will be leaving his job at the White House by the end of the year. ABC's David Wright says the president beat Kelly to the punch. Shelly was reportedly planning to announce his departure Monday. But today President Trump stole his thunder. We'll be announcing will be taking John's place it might be on an interim basis. We're told that the front runner is likely to be Nick Ayers. He is thirty six years old considered a political whiz. Kid currently serving as Mike Pence is the vice president's chief of staff and in that capacity irregularly attends the president's private weekly lunch with the vice president. The White House is Trump and heirs have been talking about the job for months. Protests are continuing in Paris over taxes. More than one hundred thirty people have been hurt. Nearly a thousand protesters have been arrested riot police are using tear gas and water cannons to stop thousands of protesters from getting into the presidential palace. The Eiffel tower is even closed. Protesters are upset over higher taxes on diesel and gas. French officials had announced this week. They were ending the unpopular fuel tax that ignited the protests, but that has not stopped the violence. Hundreds of teenagers have panicked before a rap concert at an Italian disco setting off a stampede that killed five of them. And a mother who had brought her daughter to the event. Most of those hurt had been trampled. As people were running out, the stampede apparently started when someone unleashed an irritant spray, the over-packed venue, apparently so to many tickets to rapper Sephora best is concert an avalanche in the Italian Alps is killed a skier, but his girlfriend. Survived. The snow slide. The French couple was skiing today above the town of chamois when a massive snow broke off a crest. The man was dragged about two hundred fifty feet. He was found buried under six and a half feet of snow following a little glitch. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas on the.
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"Sent glass flying toward people who were standing nearby. The shop was opened at the time of the crash and California's number one, but that's not a good thing. 'cause it's the worst state in the country for drivers a new report from bankrate dot com says the Golden State earned the number one status because of the high percentage of roads in poor condition along commute times and the high rates of theft and deadly crashes. California was followed by Hawaii, Connecticut, New Jersey and Washington the best state in the country for drivers is middle of nowhere, North Dakota because of its low car repair costs low auto insurance premiums and high safety scores. Michael krozier KFI news traffic from the helpful socal Honda traffic center. We're back on the sixty in Boyle heights. This time on the sixty westbound at Whittier boulevard, a crash reported. Here carpooling is blocked. So. That is loading up right around the seven ten for your trip. KFI Jeff balk KFI in the sky as a crash on the one on one. Now, you you betcha. Going out towards the gory hills. Listen up this could be a bad one. Westbound one on one pass lawsuits before liberty a lot of activity during its really so coming off the hill. Now eastbound the rain is really does a tough drive, by the way is going to be careful but pretty much Tampa through the four or five over to the Hollywood that drive an extremely tough drive leaving the east fella interchange. Northbound before the one thirty four long plane problem it's jammed right from the I ten and don't go to the north one zero one. Now, it's not any better at all. As a matter of fact, you really don't start moving to get past Sunset Boulevard. Jeff Pau KFI in the sky west Covina, westbound tan, hold avenue off ramp is partially blocked by a mudslide. So use caution as you exit there. It's heavy on the western from via Verde authoring four or five south at El Segundo boulevard. The right lane is blocked with.
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"Information coming out of El Segundo. I you heard Monica mention that the LA times building. There had been evacuated as El Segundo police sergeant there. Erin Corcoran says a has Matt team is on scene now working to determine if there was a toss. A toxic substance connected with three or four envelopes for today at the LA times building there at east this was partially evacuated late this morning. Police were notified about eleven AM about a suspicious package that had been received there. And that is when the partial evacuation began along with the closure of some surrounding streets, but they have determined. There was no explosive involved and the partial evacuation has been called off streets have been reopened. But they are looking at it a couple envelopes think we're gonna see this for the next potentially the next couple of days being very very cautious very careful and calling law. Enforcement in the event that anything happened. So one of the other stories of Monica mentioned was this story out of Louisville Kentucky of a shooting at a grocery store to Kroger apparently in Jefferson town. They said it was reported just after three o'clock Kentucky time, which would have been eastern time. So about ninety minutes ago and the helicopter. They put up in the air, you could see at least one victim in the parking lot. They're at a Kroger store in Louisville Kentucky. And while police haven't said anything yet they were saying that there are news reports for the TV stations there in Louisville that several employees in the Kroger and family members of employees told a TV station that someone came into the store and started shooting. There was another report I witness account of somebody's shooting a woman in the parking lot once in the torso wants in the head and then making their way into the store and shooting. Now, there was another shooting earlier in Louisville as well that may be connected to this. Although they haven't. Drawn that conclusion necessarily, but they are investigating at least a couple of shootings there in Louisville Kentucky one of them at a Jefferson town Kroger store. Well, the big story that we have obviously been following today is these suspicious devices that have been that showed up today at several different offices and homes of high level democratic political figures Clinton's Obama's Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the former chair of the Democratic National Committee, Maxine Waters congresswoman apparently was an address for a package that showed up at the capitol mail sorting facility in capitol heights, Maryland, and then John Brennan, the former CIA director his name was on one that showed up to the CNN offices in New York, President Trump's campaign apologizing now I guess an Email message criticizing CNN was sent to supporters less than two hours after CNN's headquarters were evacuated. That's a problem all of those messages, right? Those emails are probably set up to the automated right to go out as specific day as Pacific time. But nobody thought or nobody realized in time to make that catch the campaign chairman saying via Twitter that it was a preprogrammed automated message was not caught he said the campaign does not condone violence against anyone who works for CNN or anyone else. The message apparently acts asks recipients to take a media accountability survey to fight back against the fake news tax and bias against hardworking Americans. The fundraising message says it has some breaking news for CNN that the real America exists outside of the liberal bubble. The person that was listed as sending the Email. Laura trump? The president's daughter-in-law is anybody does anybody see this and say, hey, let's. Let's tone this down for a couple of days at least. Well, I think that it was automated maybe a week. But I mean, I mean going forward I was in. Well, that's why I'm so curious to see how this rally goes with the president in Wisconsin tonight because these rallies is where he really gets going we referred to it almost like stand up like he feeds off the crowd the energy of the crowd. And he goes after the media, and he goes after the people that that were attacked today or sent these bombs. It will be interesting. So the the schedule from the White House is that the president is going to leave the White House about thirty minutes from out looks like to make his way sort of to the airport, and then from the airport to most Wisconsin think it's how you say it you arriving at an airport there at about four twenty this afternoon. Our time the rally itself is supposed to take place at six thirty. And then just a short time after that he's going to turn around head back to Washington DC. But if you saw the one on Monday, it was if you saw the one. Monday in Florida. No sorry in Texas on behalf of Ted Cruz. Beautiful Ted, beautiful taxes, Ted. A lot of the language that was used in that. When he would go off script, and he would rally the crowd, and and, you know, say his signature applause lines. I don't think those lines would be received as well. The lines would be received as well. I don't think they'd be looked at the same way today. Now, if he were to continue to do that. So I wonder what sort of guidance coaching slash script. Writing is going to receive from campaign officials before today's rally. I just can't imagine because we talked about. In fact, why don't we do this? Why don't we come back? We'll play for you. What the president said this this morning? Our our time when he got onto the got in front of the microphone and commented on that. And the response from CNN the chief of CNN is it didn't help CNN's very critical of the White House still over all of this. During channel will continue just a moment. Monica.
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"As promised. Five twenty and five fifty will play back some calls from listeners over the past week. This is our John and Ken outreach. We will get to the meltdown that is heal on moss. People are leaving the company
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"What was that, song you play? What What I gotta say though this, gentleman Is probably one of the best looking, singers and country, music, Luke Bryan, Tom Jones now yes Tom Jones definitely one, of the. Best, looking country singers Luke Bryan yeah. Skeptical people with two first name so waiting for somebody to come on. Waiting for, somebody to come on he's, he's but he's just a very I remember seeing him. When. He was, up and comer beautiful. Oh yeah it was years ago I remember saying to my morning show partner at the time that guy is going to make. It just based on those looks I. Couldn't even hear, the guy singing 'cause you, know when you're, in a studio the sounds down all you can do is see him as that. Guy is. Going to be, big he is I'm just saying so if Luke Bryan, was an initial public offering back. Then you'd have bought his style Hook line, into added totes going into debt Long loop I'm sure he's lovely I'm sure he's, had listeners w KFI AM in Burbank area but. It's, just that music makes me wanna scream well when you come to Glendora sometime I will change, your mind not only little tiny. Small towns but on a great country, music I promise I look, forward to that speaking you changes Ford says big changes will cost it eleven billion dollars. But it's worth thinking it into the company in the next few years. Yeah, well let me tell you something about Ford and I've said. This number of times over the last, six or seven years the markets can done nothing but. Go straight up over the last six or, seven years we've hit levels in the. Auto world, auto sales that we've, never seen, historically it's been the golden age of for auto manufacturers, get, Ford, the stock has only basically gone lower and. Now we see it either side of eleven dollars so you have to. Bit begs, the question what the hell's, going, on at Ford and yeah. They're telling, us that. You know the input. Costs and prices steals going. Up and blah blah. Blah and it's going to hurt their bottom line but you, know what folks at a certain I edit out. Of, excuses you know for a couple of weeks gay got an excuse couple months all right couple, years it ain't happening anymore you. Gotta sorta Reevaluate, everything you're doing and Ford and GM both by the way. Have not been performing in an environment, where they should be and then not to say the. Tesla is eating their lunch because obviously that's, hyperbole but there's something wrong with the. US automakers, that they can't be, probably can't, do well in this environment and this is just one, more, brick, in the wall is Pink Floyd said absolutely. And before I let you go one more thing that everybody's talking about. Locally no, actually Mattel because Mattel's cutting, twenty, two hundred jobs worldwide but. Mattel is, based right. Here in southern California. And El Segundo Elsa, gun I liked that Elsa Gunda is that. Got no just a letter l then the gun door ELC Gunda Yeah I would say five. Words mayor there I would, change it I'd make it Elsa. Gun, it I'm trying to get off the topic here toy manufacturers as. I said, the golden age of car manufacturers yes this is the. This is as bad as it gets for manufacturers I mean almost as bad as a year, without a Santa Claus remember when the Meister burger burger Meister of course. Banned the making of toys while I mean we might as well. Be living there because kids don't buy toys anymore they can't compete toys r.? Us as you know is no. Longer so what does that mean for the Hasbro's in the. Mattel's. Of the world not a. Lot of good things people aren't buying GI? Joe, with the kung FU grip anymore Nope it's so true I know and I know you know? What that's from the GI Joe. With the kung FU grip well no no but there's somebody. Out. There somebody else We'll tell me what. He with Joe with a kung FU grip is of. Course Eddie Murphy from trading places Eddie Murphy's at w. KFI listen. I'm sorry Eddie I'm sorry I didn't hearken back my dad this morning anyway the point is. It's it's, just not happening for these guys and gals. Kids, don't buy toys they. Buy they buy gain the killing themselves on fortnight yes I, was with Legos I was just over a Justin Worsham spouse day before yesterday and that's. What I walked. In and his little boys are. In. There playing. Fortnight momentum I miss them I know? We loved that guy. Exactly all right what is, your tip of the day Mr. Hake this this. This is, actually good one and this is something I have to sort of you, know you got to heed. Your own warnings because I'm very bad at this, but listen. Up a. Man that study at. Revenge keeps his own wounds green so true so true just focused on revenge Yeah never heal gonna each up could eat you up guy can I, tell you something like I. I'm just a I'm I'm one of those, crazy, people I. Can elephant. I remember everything so Can't get. Around Just the revenge come on kidding me like. A chicken parm I. Love it guy you are the best and we will talk, again on. Tuesday of course have. An awesome weekend CNBC's guy dot, me catch. Him out, on fast many two o'clock our time every day Monday through Friday, when we come back where you're going to talk with ABC's Aaron Katersky because Cowboys owner Jerry Jones he says not only do my players need to stand for the. National anthem but I'm not going to stand for them seeing. In the locker room. While the song is being sung plus traffic in your forecast, all coming, up on your.
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"Now too long have you ever heard of elsa gundel prior to like tonight yeah la times is being moved to el segundo they want to be a coastal city by just to be real paper start small where you work is what you are to play that one more time this is not elsa goon do don't be confused it's l so gun doe okay i need you to use it with the whole english accent like you don't understand how spanish works pronounce it incorrectly like a good american land of the free holder brave this morning el segundo renamed a section boulevard to pacific coast highway the two mile stretch runs from rosecrans to imperial highway the city hopes that renaming it will help visitors recognize that el segundo coatesville community gun oh this is what i want i want cities in california to look in the mirror and just take pride in who they are burbank does not try to be like el segundo hollywood does not try to be like el segundo just be proud of who you are torrance shout out to torrens torrance doesn't care that it has no real identity other than being the home of mark grundel gundel gundel need to find a saying that i think sound like jeff michael anyhow when we come back i've smoked maybe one cigarette in my life i mean the totality of my life.
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"Eight pm you could checking out of kfiam640com but my personal website mr kelly dot com if be on twitter at mr mokhele r m o k e l l y i'm a cynic i'm self aware i know this i look at the news differently than most people it's gotta make sense to me and when i look at the news and i see that the city of elsa gun do and it has an inferiority complex that's the way i would describe it elsa gun doe wants to get more tourists wants to have more people visited why i'm not sure there's no reason to ever go to el segundo unless you're the lakers and you're going to the practice facility of the net there's no reason to visit el segundo but else have gun dough fought it will be prudent to rename a port russian of sepulveda's boulevard to pacific coast highway to trick tourists into thinking is one of our coastal cities listen to this this morning el segundo renamed a section of sepulveda's boulevard to pacific coast highway the two mile stretch runs from rosecrans to imperial highway the city hopes that renaming it will help visitors recognize that el segundo is a coastal community pch just because you want tourists to think you're more of a coastal city why even stop there why don't you just go ahead and go full monty why don't you just go ahead and rename rosecrans i dunno rodeo drive so.
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"He found what he ran for mayor crowds waiting to greet him banks of television cameras at every news conference and this relatively desultory campaign every time we had a press conference we had multiple cameras he said recalling the highlights of when he ran for mayor here we had to do facebook live facebook live nobody came to the press conferences because john's right after eight years of him as mayor we realized everybody realized he's a dud i remember all the polls he talked about running some years ago and all the polls had in the democratic party at twelve percent and it was obvious i remember we said well feeling gets twelve percent support and his own party then what what's the point of this says nothing and it never went beyond twelve percent where do you end up thirteen percent out of everybody so you have something where he's eighty seven percent rejected him and he's worthy of two profiles when it was obvious he was gonna end up there we'll have more on this autopsy of tony villar by tony lars he spoke to both the el segundo times and the new york times about his third place finish to the race for governor john and ken kfi debra mark has news a report from the justice department's inspector general on the fbi's handling of the clinton email investigation says former fbi director james comey broke with protocol but says his decisions we're not driven by political bias ahead of the two thousand sixteen election the university of chicago has become the first elite college to make the sat and act optional for people who want to apply to the school the college says.
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"Sack it'd be close knows breaking news to the el segundo times you're going to lose one of your little babies here he's getting he's getting flushed down the toilet gotta get sucked out into the pacific ocean and listen to all listen to where newman gets his money forty fifty thousand dollars from the professional engineers in california government that's a union hack organization twenty five thousand dollars from the american federation of state county and municipal employees another hack government union the state building and construction trades organization has raised six hundred eighty thousand dollars so he's in hock to all the government union operations that's that's who's funding and these are the people who want that eight hundred dollars that it's going to cost you this year and every year because of this new tax which he didn't run on never discussed complete absolute fraud we do have this on the voter guide if you don't know whether or not you live in his district go check it out kfiam640com the keyword john and ken look at the voter guide and scroll down get past the ballot measures and some of the statewide offices we do advocate you vote to recall josh newman and it has the district map of the area because it actually covers orange county but parts of la county san bernardino county a little bit of that too we overlap so patrick mcgreevy once you get out of your elitist tower there in el segundo and go talk to the residents of the district to see if they could afford the eight hundred dollars.
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"One of the most red hot shows on television westworld on hbo it premiered a couple of sundays ago season two did and for those who tuned into episode two last night introduced to the role of major critic played by our friend jonathan tucker here on the rich eisen show how you been brother luckiest guy in the world happily married liggett's live in los angeles make a living doing what i love to do a bust my chops but i ended up on a nice couch down here in el segundo california so the rich eisen show i was waiting that's the top of the heap nah i mean those four thousand five or six enrich is new tag this show faith family and rich eisen texting me a photograph of stefan gilmore breaking up a pass in the afc championship like all these guys everybody i know has got lots of different sports tax threads we've got the wicked the wicked ethin pistole extra from all my boys back in boston boston so i was going through some stuff i was trying to find something i saw the photo and i was like god that was a great memory for me like vividly remember that moment i think it's it's exemplary of new england sports taking a buffalo bill and winning with them is like finding opportunities for other people don't see him i think it's putting in the sweat equity and having a payoff when you don't know equity that's new england that's that's certainly doing with football is definitely in boston sports so i saw the photo i just wanted to say hey here's a wonderful wonderful picture should take a look that and know where i come from what we do.
"el segundo" Discussed on USA Today
"In el segundo california home like they approach all week shortened longterm financial goals were the best way to pack of women prioritise them well i would start actually with some of the the more immediate needs especially having some money set aside for emergencies and the reason for that is one of the biggest mistakes i'm young people make is you know be sure to start saving for retirement early and that is important uc unhappiness you start putting money in your fallen k and then when you have an emergency or something comes up especially when someone's between jobs i'm in fact a survey has found that forty four percent of people in our 20s cash out their retirement plans early then there forced to perhaps cell investments that may have gone down in value they end up paying tax penalties on the money so really start by building that east of having up to at least three to six months worth of nafta share expenses in in cash somewhere safe and accessible and you've suggested to me that the conflict could sir till covers with one stone is to say that in a roth ira is that is that a good idea yeah i thought it would be a great place to start i'm because i like other types of counts wherever you put into off ira you can actually take out anytime you want no tax no penalty for any reason that they had that emergency they can access that money on the other hand whatever they don't take out with actually grovelling to be uh eventually taxfree once they turned fifty nine a house and so on this way they're also saving money for retirement in a way that's that's taxfree now there's a couple of quick caveats that one is any earnings in that account i'm so any teams if that money if those earnings come out before fifty nine in a house th probably gonna end up paying a tax and a 10 percent penalty on that money the good news there is that the contributions come out first a caveat is to make sure that if this is part of their emergency fun the sat monies to some more safe cash savings a one c had built up an emergency from someone else.