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"humboldt county" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on WGN Radio

"6 5 O Jimbo and here's AJ in Humboldt county California good evening In the two days we went to her Maryland Sure Internal combustion person love what you're trying to do But I got to tell you I don't really think we have a amount of time that 50 years or whatever to get there from here And part of that problem is the methane issues it's been overlooked in the favor of worrying about carbon dioxide which is a problem But that's the least of my worries right now If you look at what's going on with methane and tracking guide the guy was talking about the coming up in the sink is only one issue there's tons of it in the atmosphere at this point and it's growing And of course it's not stable Methane can not survive in the atmosphere without being constantly replenished I mean should we what slaughter all the cattle I'm not sure exactly what you're suggesting No no But the way we raise catalysts you have catalytic we got out here where they move around They don't concentrate in feedlots You don't have same kind of issues going on there But and treating them glass instead of corn and soybeans that you're not programmed to eat that kind of stuff So let's get on with the methane issue The fact is that there's a lot of methane stored in the permafrost and all over the world And it's an ice crystals and atmosphere heats up a few degrees It really starts to cook that stuff off AJ has a point that there is that the definite potential that's quite true that you want to add anything to that ran to Taylor No that's really I bought my pay grade AJ You got me there But it is it is a problem There's no question about it There's a lot of methane out there in ice that can be released If the temperatures go up too much Wayne in Clarksville Tennessee hello Wayne For taking my call Sure I have a two part question and one builds on the other one My first question would be what do you believe year wise the total fossil fuel supply for the entire earth would be left that we have to use and secondly do you believe that America not wanting to drill or take more fossil fuel is more of a strategic move to make sure that when supplies are depleted that we would have a strategic advantage as we get towards the end of our supply to make sure that we can so to speak corner the market on what is left I would say one thing the idea that we could give you a year count like we have 63 years of fossil fuels No I mean I don't think there's anything remotely like that We're not even remotely close to being able to make So trying to save on drilling now for that eventuality for something that might be centuries or millennia in the future a Rand Taylor Yeah I agree with you a 100% I think the answer is no and no I don't think there's any ulterior motive I don't think that there's any way to judge how many years we have left And if it was an ulterior motive it would be falsely placed because you couldn't possibly be preparing for something under circumstances that would exist hundreds or thousands of years from now even if the worst case scenario A Debbie and harwick Pennsylvania good evening Good evening gentlemen I grew up back in the 50s our family we moved from the city of Pittsburgh up to west mifflin behind the Allegheny county airport What we didn't know was that there was also what was called a slag dump Behind our House about a mile That is to say the leftover things from steel making right Exactly exactly And what we used to call it was it looked like we called it electric orange juice And it would spill out of these round cylindrical containers I thought swag was hard I didn't know slag was liquid Oh no it was liquid and then it turned hard after it settled And it smelled like crap Well then obviously they should find a different place to dump it than around residential areas or better yet recycle it Yeah but here's what happened I daresay you haven't smelled that in quite a while Have you Debbie No I have not They built century three mall on slag dump And at one point like I said are you talking about different waste products and what have you Century three mall still there And I don't know if you remember at one point there was one woman She was supposedly Janie Dickson or something she said she predicted that century three the psychic not going to particularly worry about what she may or may not have predicted Any concluding thoughts in the last 30 seconds here Rand Yeah including thoughts I know how I know how you love information Jim So I'm going to leave you with this Is that we have we're very fortunate in that we have made a tremendous discovery brought on what we call our infinity loops Our infinity loops are 100% plant based So there are no there are no petroleum toxic petroleum ingredients All right we got a rap on that note Rand Taylor of the industrial sustainability group and back in a moment See the.

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"humboldt county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Look at your forecast for the weekend. Today we're looking at mostly clear, sunny skies, a high reaching 63 degrees over the weekend, much the same Saturday Sunday Sunny skies a high in the low sixties, Wonderful fall looking forecast. Or this weekend. November. 20th visit. It is time for a little bit of news from your neighborhood at 7 11 on this Friday morning. What have you got? Yes, is coming out that Eureka time standard. So humble County public officials are strongly recommending that anyone who travels outside of the county self quarantine themselves for 14 days upon return to the county. So that isn't it? That's consistent with what we're hearing from the state. The state is saying, if you leave if you leave the state the state and come back, this county is saying, Please quarantine. It's not It's not a mandate. It's not like the curfew right? There are different levels in different tiers. And so in Humboldt County, other saying, if you go over the county line So that's that's interesting. That's why it was news from the neighborhood because they haven't actually heard that yet. This goes to out of the Washington Examiner. Just how different this country is. With regards to covert 19 Governor Abbott out of Texas has said there will not be any more locked owns. We are going to work to heal those who have Cove it that's where they're going to shift their focus. But there will be no more lockdowns in Texas similar scenario in in Florida, and then you go to California. And we have lockdowns. We have curfews. We're looking at more distance learning the in person learning a schools. They're backing off of that because covert cases are spiking. Well, it's um it's a potpourri across this country on how we deal with Kobe America. A k a robbery, right? No, it's true. It's true. There's uh, it lacks consistency and right, But that's Americans, too. We Americans don't like to be told what to do. No. And so it's hard to get it right. Or Serbian tillable lot. What? To Dongo? Um we're gonna play a couple of clips. Both sides. With the news conference from the Trump campaign folks yesterday, and we'll just We're gonna roll those up for you in about three minutes or so. And then we've got by the way. Speaking of people who don't want to be told what to do. Ah, number of phone calls from listeners and the curfew. They've got some thoughts. Yeah, they got that straight ahead. You're minutes away from a fresh.

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"humboldt county" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief

AA Beyond Belief

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief

"Yes, so you you you wrote a book called A secular sobriety, which is basically a secular version of the big book and the first 164 or just the first one 64 and you know, you you really you were it was really interesting the way you wrote it because you you just made some very subtle changes. You would do try to stay pretty true mm original text, but you made some subtle changes which turned out to be fairly significant and we agnostics is one of those chapters that you rewrote and that's one of the chapters that project is one of the most hated chapters in in our community as opposed. It's so why don't you why don't you tell us a little bit about your book why you wrote it and then maybe talk about the chapter the agnostics and what you didn't like about it. And also what you think the author the original author of the original chapter was trying to say Okay. Well, you know the the reason I wrote the book is because I was angry and in fact, most people just start another meeting when they get angry and and and but you wrote a book. Yeah, but wage I have been going to a secular meeting since the mid-eighties exclusively, you know, I left traditional a a and was just going to this page secure a meeting and when I first got sober and eighty one, I was given the the 4th edition. We shut our excuse me the 3rd Edition which was printed in in 79 and So, you know twenty-five years. I knew nothing about traditional anymore. I had no contact with them and then I moved away and my new town had nothing like my old meeting. So I started going to traditional meetings again and I happen to be a a big book meeting and so the next week it was a guy there that I enjoyed so the next week I came with my Third Edition big book and and it didn't take me long to realize that. What they were reading and and what I had in my book was different. I think it was like the page numbers or something or different or something, but Anyway, it was only then that I found out that there was a new addition though. I think we lost him for a little bit. Z this was like 2012 or 13 or something. So I I was like a dozen years behind. But anyway, I thought I was very curious about the new addition and I bought one and when I got home I was very eager to to find out what it changed and stuff. And I thought surely, you know, you know the last twenty or so years. Well, he'll come back. I think the deal was having some internet problems anyway, but I remember that story. He said that he was expecting that the big book would be different because it was a new version and of course it was any different at all. They just they just changed the stories. So yeah. Yeah, that's pretty much it and that reminds me of when I was looking into a to get sober and off and attended alateen and so went online and there was a pamphlet for the newcomer, I believe and it off and it said that a a was open to everyone to people of all beliefs and non-belief. And so I thought well who they progressed off I went to meeting and they were guarding all over the place. And so I loved so yes very familiar with that. Well, so the chapter to the agnostics is really Kind of an interesting chapter, I guess from from where I'm at now and I think where other people are too but you know, I I started my journey in sobriety and I will in a real traditional way I suppose at least from my perspective, you know, reading the big book repeatedly and we agnostics is one of those chapters. I thought that that I read and I I considered it to be step to which is basically coming to believe that you know, a power greater than yourself could restore you to sanity home now. I don't think of it that way now, but that's that's what that's what I I thought of the book I thought of that chapter then a step too and and I and I read it and I tried to I try to get something good out of it and I don't think it really bothered me very much all those years that I was reading that there were some chapters some paragraphs in the book that I thought were, you know, helpful, but after some wage Time had passed and I realized I was an atheist and I read that book and I thought to myself I read that chapter and I thought to myself man. They don't this is not right with this but this the chapter you would think it's about how agnostics and atheists can get sober too. But instead it turns out that it's just trying to preach to the atheist and agnostic so that they too could believe in a God and become sober right?

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"humboldt county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Smokey and hot today with a high near 99 degrees smoky with a low around 67 over ninth for the weekend. We're looking at temperatures No, the 100 degree mark both days and you know, depending on how things go with fires, we could see still smoke and ash in the air, currently in 64 degrees in Sacramento. News 93.1 kfbk time for our first round of news from a neighborhood Let's bring in over, Parnell. Good morning, sir. You ready for the weekend? Am I ready? Yes, Yes, yes. Yes. This is coming out of the eureka time standing, so prices are up. Inventory was down way down in July, According to real estate data and humble counted, The media price for a home sold in Humboldt County in July was $349,000.10 percent and the in July it rose from 43 point rose up to fight. The 3.9% for home sales compared to 25 this year. Okay this year last year this time last year moving to the country. Lori Lightfoot is the mayor of Chicago, and she's asked for increased security at her home. Because protesters are showing up their quote. I have a right to make sure that my home is secure. Okay, So while they bash in, you know the other businesses all around Chicago and her and make other people feel insecure Per she's going to get more security in her house. I mean, I get that she's got I mean, she is the mayor. I understand that, but It's sort of a double standard. What, right Well, I mean her citizens would enjoy the same type of cord around. Eso. Fewer than 40% of American schools had a full time nurse before the pandemic, and now nurses at the very few that are left for school districts are faced with Monitoring their entire district for Corona virus symptoms when schools get back on the job, So this may be the revival of the school nurse because they're going to need people. To check for Corona virus Symptom is bigger than a one person job, right? Right. So this, this one nurse that's described in this article she's in Central Washington state. She isn't responsible for her entire district. She's gotta monitor 1800 students. 1801 person right for Corona virus symptoms when class is open up this month. On top of her regular duties of just handling the things that you know teenagers and young people go to jail. So the nurse goes home and says that the spouse of the spouses what'd you have for lunch? Nothing. Right. I didn't have lunch is I can't do this alone. Oh, of course, the school nurse may need to make a comeback and a lot of these district with fire bearing down on their home. Some flood other stayed and fought the flames. We have audio clips from people caught in the path. Of the deadly Ellen. You fire We're going to roll those out in just three minutes. Wildfires.

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The Peter Principle

Revisionist History

09:02 min | 1 year ago

The Peter Principle

"The patron saint of hiring nihilism without question was the author and educator Lawrence Peter. All of us in the hiring community worship at his feet. When I was a boy I, used to leave my parents and believe my teachers can have respect for your elders and betters. The men upstairs knew what they were doing. That's Peter. He was a Canadian as a my of course and I don't know if you remember from the lottery episode but Adam Cronk right went to university in Canada. The nihilists strain runs deep in the land of the frozen prairie. Anyway Lawrence, Peter was a great first famous for saying things like the noblest of dogs is the hot dog. It feeds the hand that bite did. He was also deeply involved something called the Kinetic Sculpture Race in Humboldt County California, which is really hard to explain except to say that it's kind of like the triathlon of the art world involving sculptures on wheels that are required to perform certain feats. Peter Famously proposed a special prize called the Golden Dinosaur Award to be given to the first machine to break down immediately after the start. which if you knew Lawrence Peter, you would recognize as being very lawrence. Peter. Because his great professional obsession was with incompetence. He had a CONNOISSEUR'S I for it. And as looked around me. I. Saw a sign on the door that said emergency exit authorized personnel. Only I, wondered who'd written But then Later I saw another sign and said emergency exit. Not to be used under any circumstances learns Peter. Formulated one of the most famous laws in. Social. Science. He called it the Peter Principle. The Peter Principle states very simply than in any hierarchy and employ tends to rise to the level of incompetence that's where he stays. People get promoted based on a prediction about their ability to handle the next job on the hierarchy. And they keep rising until the prediction is wrong. You see in any organization. Where competence is essentially eligibility for promotion and incompetence is a bar to promotion. Wherever, those rules apply people were rise to the level of incompetence and tend to stay there. Lawrence Peter. Wrote a book called Peter Principle in nine, hundred, sixty nine and it is delightful exactly in a Lawrence Peter sort of way like he has a whole riff on the special case of someone who is incompetent per promoted anyway kicked upstairs a move he calls progressive sublimating. Or the case when an incompetent person is moved out of the way but given a long job title as compensation. Peter Call that a lateral arabesque. No chances are you've heard of the Peter Principle I'm guessing as a kind of joke ha ha that's why my boss is so bad. But it's not a joke. Allow me to direct you to the work of a fellow member of the Hiring Nyas Club on Benson economist at the University of Minnesota. While he was doing his doctorate mit he got bitten by the Peter Principle bug. I started to go to sales management conferences. And they found that there is this adage that the best salesperson doesn't necessarily make the best manager. but then people would laugh and say, but we do it anyway. And I wanted to find out why the great advantage of using salespeople debilitate. The Peter Principle Benson realizes is that you can measure performance really easily is not like assessing the performance of engineers or politicians. No, it's super straightforward. You just look at how many sales salesperson is made and it's also easy to measure good sales manager is you just add up the sales of the salespeople, the manager managing. So Allen Benson finds a tech company that sells one of those software platforms for sales organizations, kind of like salesforce dot com and gets access to all of their customers data four, hundred firms hundred thousand salespeople. The first thing he finds is a confirmation of the famous eighty twenty rule that twenty percent of the sales people are responsible for eighty percent of the sales across the board. It's not that we don't know who's a good salesperson we definitely know. People are really good. Second thing he finds those superstars get rewarded. What we found in the data look that type salespeople are far far more likely to be promoted into sales management than people who are outside of that top twenty percent who aren't the best person on on the team. Of course, the makes sense you give the stars promotion. That's what everyone does. Okay. Now it gets interesting one happens when those stars take over as manager. Fair sales, people, themselves people who they managed. Their performances becomes worse under them than it was under their prior managers. The Stars get promoted in their terrible managers. How terrible really terrible. Benson looked at an alternate promotion scenario where companies decide to promote not stars but the sales people who are good at collaborating. Nice friendly people who work well with others and teams managed by the friendly people do thirty percent better than the teams managed by the superstars. Thirty percent is huge. You. Might say what does this have to do with nihilism? This is just an argument promoting friendly people over superstars does not I rolling or even shrugging? Well I haven't told you about Bentsen's last finding. Because Benson found a fatal flaw in the ultimate promoting scenario. The one that seems to work thirty percent better, which is this. If you promote the friendly sales people over the top salespeople then the top sales people get upset. So upset that their performance suffers and they aren't so top anymore. The, whole thing is so magnificently perverse, isn't it? All your sales come from the same small group of people who expect to be promoted as a reward for their excellence. But if you promote them out of sales, which you get returned is a lousy manager and if you don't promote them. And you pass them over in favor of some warm and fuzzy into personal wuss. The top performers will pout and stop trying. So what are you supposed to do? You could pay the superstars more and more and give them fancier titles in the maneuver Lawrence Peter called the Lateral Arabesque But you still insulted them by passing them over for the friendly was. Another idea that some Peter principle theorists have floated his lotteries they end up where Adam cronkite ended up put everyone's name and a hat and promote the winter I mean, why not? But then why have a boss at all? No concept of boss is it a boss knows more than the people that bossing? There's even a school of thought in the Upper Reaches Peter Principle world at the best solution is just to man up forget everything else and deliberately promote the incompetent because this way you won't lose one of your superstars by them into a lousy manager. You'll just transfer an incompetent person from their present position of incompetence to another position of incompetence up stairs somewhere where they will occupy a position which according to Peter Principle was bound to be occupied by an incompetent person sooner or later anyway. Did you follow that? Peter principle theorizing gets very Meta ferry quickly. which. Is Why most people would rather console themselves with a soothing banalities of Merit and prediction and hierarchy? Only. A select few. Are Willing to face the truth. And who are those brave and lonely heretics? The nihilists. People like me. Who Look at the world with a cold and unflinching eye and say Under the circumstances, why bother to learn the first thing about any new perspective job candidate? and.

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Michigan militia defends reopened barbershop

Mark Thompson

01:18 min | 2 years ago

Michigan militia defends reopened barbershop

"Armed militia helped a Michigan barbershop open this is the finance of the stay at home order and this is a tough spot I would think for those of you who are about law and order I you know I always thought the G. O. P. was big on law and order I don't understand what happens now or members of the Michigan home guards stood outside Carl main keys barber shop recently recall Maggie's barber shop in Michigan well that one on the corner yeah which reminds me I've got a Placerville to get my hair cut yesterday that's the only place that they allow hair cuts now and then I wasn't particularly happy with the job trying to drive up to Humboldt County to have somebody actually corrected he re opened his shop did Maggie on Monday in defiance of the state orders dozens joined him they're wearing trump sweatshirts and trump cowboy hats and waving trump flags I'm sure the trump organization thank you for buying their stuff they gathered not because they desperately needed hair cuts but to rail against governor Gretchen Whitmer's approach to fighting the corona virus outbreak in Michigan it's one of the nation's worst hot spots so they are it's suggested channeling the support from the president of these

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Food For Thought: The Julia Child Episode

Radio Cherry Bombe

09:53 min | 2 years ago

Food For Thought: The Julia Child Episode

"Yes I taught English in history in Vista California for twenty two years damn near killed me but this young woman here Emily Myers. He came down here with me. Was My student fifteen years ago and I was a big grammar teacher because I went to Catholic school right. So we're doing this grammar exercising. It said Julia Child Comma the French Chef Comma and whatever else to sentence said and so I said to the students this is what two thousand four ish and I said so Julia. You all know who Julia. Child is the seventh grade. I got these blank. Looks let me tell you about Julia. Child told them the whole story about who she was and the French chef and how she was fifty years old when she first started. I was forty when I was became a teacher. And so this that and the other and then I told them the story about how nineteen eighty nine. I was a stay at home. Mom I had my two kids Cayden Matthew who were six and four. No six and two and Julia child came to town to the to Warwick's books to her book signing of the the way to cook her last book that she wrote on her own and I said I have to go see her. I have to meet her. I just have to do this. In the meantime as the stay at home mom was getting bored so I started making English muffins and if local but you know the Panikin isolating the Sh- muffins to the panicking because the guy who used to own the Panikin road motorcycles with my then husband and one day he came over for what they called the Prince of Norton Prints of darkness motorcycle. Ride and Chili Cook Up. You can tell which part I was in that and and I said Hey bob you wanNA try some English Muffins. And Hey say. He had one with my homemade strawberry jam on it. And he's these are great and I said good. Do you want to buy some because I need to do something out of the home and make some money and he said so to gross a week from my little kitchen when I was living by San Diego State. It was hilarious so this is when I was still doing that so I got the babysitter for the baby. Matthew because he was too he would never have known the difference and I took Kate with me now. Kate was six and so she'd been watching with videotapes at that point Julia. Did something called the way to cook. She did a series of videotapes. Kate and I would watch them. Kate's birthday cake. Every year was the classical. Jen was with the whip cream and the strawberries on it and so I took with me because I walked in Julia. I know by the way I made her a dozen English. Muffins packed them up in a box wrote her. A letter. Dear Julia. You are the one who taught me how to cook. My mother thought she did but she didn't. You're the one who really did with your show. Julia Child and company and Julia Child and more company. I've learned everything I've known from. You saw there. She is. She walks in. Cates going. Momma and I know I know she's here so we get in the line in the line and the you know they always have the helpers with them when they're big like that I don't mean in stature I mean you know and so the lady and I said I said here's a spock's English muffins in it. I made them pro. Have this little business so she. It's my turn. She hands the box. Julia is working out. She did this. She took her. She's she. I was looking in her eyes and she was sitting down because she really was too. She's banging on the box. Oh goody goody gumdrops homemade English muffins she's really did say that it was so funny and I said yes and she's and I told her that I was making them. Well I guess profession getting paid for it so I guess that makes it a profession right and she said I'm so she got very serious. I'm so glad you're doing this. We need more cottage industry like this. She said English muffins she said to me. How do you get them to cook so that they're cooked all the way through and not burn on the outside? I'm going Julia. Child is asking me how to do this. And then I remembered her recipe didn't work. This was not her recipe. This was from a jam book called Jam. Shame or something like that and I said Yeah. That is the secret. Isn't it and I told her how I did it. And it was all about rolling it around in a bowl of corn meal and I said like you had taught me on one of your shows about cornmeal being like a ball bearing and she said I never really thought about that and she was unbelievable. I couldn't believe it. So we're in the store and she signs the book and she didn't sign much of anything. Good luck or whatever and then. Kate neier lurking around the store watching her some more and she oh and you should have seen you know how mom's right so this kid of mine is six years old. She's just standing there looking at her and Julia said some things to. I can't remember what it was but it was really cute. So okay fast forward. It's two thousand ten. I'm on what I called my odyssey because I decided being teacher. I need to take some time off during the summer. Actually do something and not stand at the Xerox Machine. Getting Ready for the next school year. Merola grammar packets. Remember those and I took off. I went on this Odyssey. I went up to Portland just to go to Powell's books because I needed more cookbooks. Right to add to that four thousand collection and so I'm coming back. It's twenty in my little. Volkswagen Cabriolet with the top down and Bonnie Raitt blasting. Having a great time end. The car dies on the side on the side of the road. I got I two tires off the road. That was it and I'm talking about on this very near. Oh I was four miles north of point arena which is two hundred and fifty miles north of San Francisco on the one and not the one. Oh one the one the one the ones the one that goes like this and you can only drive twenty five miles an hour thankfully so I've got my two tires off on the side of the road and some guy comes turns around takes his truck and pushes me the rest of the way off the road and I was a little nervous about that. Call whoever the tow truck comes. I'm taking pictures of the tow truck. Taking my car away they take me down to point arena. I was on my way to that. Lighthouse also lighthouses and now. I'm stuck there for a week because I don't know if I can say this. But what does the industry in Humboldt county growing exactly so the town of point arena about five blocks long? The entire town is stoned. Looks like you can see smoke through the whole thing so he kept my car for a week. Never fixed it. Charge me a thousand dollars. Never fixed it he he had it towed to Healdsburg where his brother fixed it for another thousand dollars. That's another story anyway. So I put it up on facebook. The picture of my car being towed and one of my friends called and he said. I love point arena. You have to meet the Jam Lady. I said okay. Well I'll meet the family so I walk a mile down the road because I don't have a car turn right and there's a sign the Jam Lady. Her real name is Lisa Joa committees. She calls herself Jam Lady. She makes jam in point arena. Sends it all over the place? I went inches a full kitchen like that. One all stainless steel really professional. That we start talking Blah Blah Blah. She Says Yeah. I used to work for Barbara Tropic. China Moon Cafe and I said Oh my God I love her. She figured she'd Cook. My dinner sometime before I was like. Oh my God. This is amazing. She says I told her the Julia Child Story. Oh I forgot to tell you part of it. She wrote me a letter. She answered my little note that I had scrawled on a little tiny legal piece of paper. She wrote me a letter. Julia Child wrote Miller. I have evidence and so I read. I wrote back to her. She wrote me again. I still owe a letter. I don't know why I never finished that. So I'm telling this story to Lisa The lady. She says wait right here. Okay what's going on here? I mean this really weird place she disappeared. Disappears upstairs comes down with a box opens the box? She has a dozen flutes. Champagne flutes. Julius ninetieth birthday party she says you need. These gave me two of them. Doesn't that amazing I just went? I'm a total stranger and you she said we're not strangers. She said you have to have these. They have to be yours and size. Okay thank you thank you. We wrapped in very carefully. They got home even through the bumpy. Healdsburg thing and so then on her hundredth birthday. And I'm not sure what I think that was. I don't remember what year it was on her hundredth birthday. I was home from school that day. I think in August I was home legally and I cooked everything just all Julia Child and I called one of my friends. I said come on over. We use the Julia Child flutes. We had a little split of champagne. We toasted her. I put it all up on facebook. It was amazing and now it's so funny. I have those glasses there in my glass cabinet. But they're hidden in the back and my son in law was here in February and he went to reach for that to put for his champagne. I said Oh no look what that says on it. He says Julia Child's ninetieth birthday. I said you don't use those. You don't appreciate that. This is Julia Child. I mean come on so that is my Julia Child Story. I Love Her love her the day that she died. My daughter was about twenty. I think she called me just limit on her own. She called me says mom have really bad news. What does this in an accident? She says Julia died today and it was as if her her grandmother had. My mother had died. You know we were so cried on the phone and you know who's better than Julia Child

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"humboldt county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The number of coronavirus cases in California is now up to fifteen that includes two new patients in Sacramento and in Humboldt county's both had recently traveled to China are said to be doing well and in isolation at home and state lawmakers are considering whether to give almost every Californian one thousand dollars a month a new bill for Paul's a universal basic income I would be paid for through a ten percent tax we've got a whole going at KPK dot com the afternoon news with Kitty o'neil we're going in depth on this one it was a topic at the recent democratic debate and now former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg said today he will permit his company to release three women from nondisclosure agreements made with this company The Washington Post had reported earlier this month there been several lawsuits filed over the years alleging that women have been discriminated against at Bloomberg's company meantime his campaign has released a roster of California campaign co chairs and committee members they include at Stockton mayor Michael Tubbs San Francisco mayor London breed state treasurer Fiona ma and senator Richard pan here in Sacramento and also retaliating against the president's criticism Bloomberg is tweaking president trump at his rally which is where we find ABC's Alex stone well yeah I did the president is doing some counter programming here because what he does for the Democrats hold their rate he did it New Hampshire he's doing in here this is kind of poking at the Democrats by holding a big event right before they have their **** of yours here in Las Vegas they're going to be many of the the candidate democratic candidates holding last minute rallies tonight but they can't get anything like what the president can get you know they may have a couple hundred people Sanders might have a thousand but the president has been clear inside the Vegas convention center where I am right now and they camp out outside if you know the biggest convention center you know how big it is the the line went all the way down the convention center and around the corner did it he can get crowds like none of the the Democrats can get at this point so you need to kind of poking at them rolling the Democrats say look what I can do and he does this as the Democrats get ready for tomorrow and we go into tomorrow nobody know it will be like Iowa Democrat you're hoping it won't be but they're lowering expectations thank you they may not have results tomorrow night it may take a couple of days they might they just don't know the relying on iPads and a Google system to do the number crunching they got rid of the apps that would get Iowa whether using a different system hopefully at work and Alex there's so much talk about Michael Bloomberg is he even failed on that ballot he you're not on the ballot here he was in the debate here this week but not that they they can't vote out of borrow interesting you know we talk about the president trolling Democrats Enberg is trolling the president today you could billboards outside of the club hotel we're staying in the motorcade route from the hotel's here at the convention center with all kinds of things but if you go into every Billboard one says the trump lost the popular vote one says trump cheats at golf one from state one is trump's wall fell fell down I mean you could punch you those kick off the president yeah no doubt his motorcade window as he's going from the hotel to hear little things Justin Neal Adams like eating birds thanks and shooting a call to try to make him mad but that is compliments of Michael Bloomberg my goodness all right ABC's Alex stone thank you for the report you got a ticket for fifty KPK traffic.

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Humboldt County confirms first coronavirus case. Second patient being tested, quarantined - Record Searchlight

Tom Sullivan

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Humboldt County confirms first coronavirus case. Second patient being tested, quarantined - Record Searchlight

"The number of coronavirus cases in California now up to fifteen including two new patients to one in Humboldt County one in Sacramento county both had recently traveled to China they're said to be doing well and in isolation at home the other five new cases were evacuees from that cruise ship in Japan they were flown to Travis Air Force base on Monday and have since tested

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California Reservation's Solar Microgrid Provides Power During Utility Shutoffs

Environment: NPR

03:46 min | 2 years ago

California Reservation's Solar Microgrid Provides Power During Utility Shutoffs

"In recent months California's been electric utilities. been taking the unprecedented step of shutting off power to millions. The move is meant to prevent power equipment from sparking catastrophic Hata Straffic Wildfires Jefferson public. Radio's Eric Newman. Reports on a renewable energy micro grid proving to be one solution to this ongoing the problem the Blue Lake rancher retry lives just north of Eureka California behind the Tribes Casino and hotel. Janna Ghanaian opens a chain link. Fence inside are more. Than fifteen hundred solar panels slanted toward the Noonday Sun. or up. Just a little on a little platform for that can oversee most of the array. Gin is the sustainability director with the Blue Lake Richer retreive. This is the view that I liked the best gaining help. Build the solar or micro grid as part of the tribes goal to have climate resilient infrastructure and to be ready for earthquakes and soon nominees but then beginning in October it became useful in a whole new way. The utility Pacific Gas and electric or PG any shut off power to more than thirty counties in central and northern California. On October night we had Probably thirty to forty five minute. gaslines people that fueling vehicles but also their home generators that continued it basically for the duration of the twenty eight hour outage as one of the only gas stations with power. They gave diesel to united Indian health services to refrigerate their medications wins and to the mad. River fish hatchery. Fish alive. The local newspaper used a hotel conference room. Area residents stopped by to charge their cell phones. They the estimate that on that day more than ten thousand nearby residents came to the reservation for gas and Supplies Ryan. Derby is the emergency services manager for Humboldt County Eighty. He says they've been warned about these shut offs but didn't know they were happening until that day so our entire planning model for the last eighteen months got thrown out the window. Suddenly Humboldt County of one hundred thirty. Six thousand people was in the dark. Homo County prides itself on being resilient but I think in light of the public safety our our shut off so we realized how dependent we really are on electric city. The county focused on people who relied on medical devices like respirators oxygen tanks at the ranch Ria Anita huff was directing emergency services for people with critical medical. Needs we had eight people in here. Who could not have lived without electricity so we saved a lives in the tribe built a micro good with help from the shots? Energy Research Center at Humboldt State University. Dave Carter was the lead technical engineer. Microbes are very complex because and in some ways. They're kind of like snowflakes where there's no two of them are the same. Because it depends on where you are on the great and what. Your facility is micro grids. Keep the energy flowing to customers even after disconnecting from the overall power grid the Blue Lake micro grid goes into island mode. Large Tesla Battery System Balances Energy supply lie in demand. By comparison conventional solar arrays have to automatically shut down during outages. So they don't electrocute powerline workers micro grids. Do come a cost. This one was six point. Three million dollars Janna Ghanaian with a Blue Lake Ranch area says with future. Electricity shut offs rural communities need to to be especially resilient and that's true for reservations as well. Many many tribal nations are located at the end of the line in terms of the electricity grid. They may have no power. They may have poor quality. Power and micro grids are away to just do an end run around all of that last month. PG announced its soliciting listening bids to build twenty new microbes near utility substations that could be affected by future power shut offs.

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"humboldt county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And afternoons Bob Williams news ninety three point one KFBK firmly in the self liked our region is fifty three degrees in in the valley temperatures range from the mid to upper sixties your listing ninety three point one KFBK handle segment we call news from your neighborhood our technical producers Zak is scouring the local regional headlines finding some stories that might be of interest to you we have have something out of the Sacramento bee this morning that I found pretty incredible you know what they say one man's trash is another man's treasure I've been in this case it's both a treasure and it's tragic thanks for adding a cliche to the program what I'm here for a and it's a man in Humboldt County he had twenty three thousand dollars stashed away in a shoe box this right yep so labelling trust the bank or whatever they want to keep the cash around and he was cleaning up his place accidentally threw the box in the recycling came in before he realized what had happened he had seen that the trash was already taken out Hey so what is the distress struggle panicky aside from having a panic attack and the only does the ready yeah the obvious thing Rosie he called the recycling center and pleaded said please look out for this box they found the box spotted it down the production line opened it up and the cash had miraculously stayed inside the man said he lost about three hundred dollars the three hundred dollars just next year and is there anyone who cares yeah right well you can have a list of three hundred dollars maybe slip through the cracks right maybe it's a little finders fees yeah I was trying not to say that you knew I go there that good good story including congradulations him these bullet proof of backpacks yeah you know I mean they are soaring they are red hot soaring in sales so how much they cost and where you can get one if.

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Tim Heidecker Isn't Really 'Brokenhearted'

The Frame

07:42 min | 3 years ago

Tim Heidecker Isn't Really 'Brokenhearted'

"From them on broadcast center at KPCC. This is the frame. I'm John horn on today show, the former head of the California film commission on how she fought to keep moviemaking in the Golden State, then comedian and musician, Tim Heidegger has a new album of heartbreak songs. It was inspired by his online. Trolls smoothing can be pretty creative. And one of the things they did was manufacturer up these divorce papers that, that spreading this rumor that my wife left me because I'm such a, you know, weak-minded lip tart, and why are so many movies and TV shows being turned into live stage shows. Are you ready for the empire strips back all that coming up on the frame? Welcome to the frame. I'm John horn. The California film commission is the government office that supports filming in the state and that includes everything from blockbuster movies to commercials. Earlier this month, we found out. It's getting a new executive director, the position is appointed by the governor and Gavin Newsom has decided he wants to pick someone new, the outgoing director Amy lunch had the job for fifteen years during her tenure. She started the state's tax credit program to keep film and TV production from leaving California. I asked Amy about her background as a movie producer before she was hired to head the film commission. There never been anyone in this position as executive director of the California film commission who had a production background and they really did want that. So coming in, I certainly had to learn, Sacramento state government legislation tax codes, but at least the production side, and you're stand what their needs are. And most importantly, the time constraints and, and I think that the. Industry that I'd be talking to understood that I understood what what they're going through. So the film office in any state is looking at a couple of different things. And one is what you're describing. That is here's how we can help you get permits. But you're doing that against a backdrop where other people other countries other states are offering incentives, and it could be British Columbia could be London, it could be New York could be Georgia. So how do those two things compete because one thing is just like making production easier and the second one is competing with other areas of the country and around the world that are giving filmmakers money to leave the state, right? Well, so first of all, you could give all the tax credits and rebates you want, but is equally important to have a as we say film friendly environment, so that people can get their locations. They can turn around their permits quickly. They can close streets when they need to we can shut down a freeway if they need to do a big scene. So that is. Again, as equally important. But I will say when I started in two thousand four incentives were sort of just beginning to grow. We didn't get ours till two thousand nine and we were for five years, the underdog, every producer said we wanna film, in California, but we gotta go, where we can stretch our dollars. So when you are having conversations with people in government about why it's important to keep production in the state as opposed to leaving to go somewhere else. What are the kinds of changes in attitude, that you have to get people to embrace because you're up against a couple of different things. One is it's Hollywood. Why wouldn't people wanna shoot here? And the other one is what is the return on investment? So how do you get people to start taking a new way about why? It's actually economically important to keep people working in the state of California are achilles. Heel was it's, it's Hollywood, California isn't everybody here, anyway. What's the problem? I think one of the reasons why it took us until two thousand nine we had to hit rock bottom, and we were tracking. How many productions were leaving the state to be able to demonstrate now they're not staying, and if we want to retain our signature industry, we have to step up and do something. And one of the kickers was do you remember ugly Betty, which picked up and moved to New York that had shot here for three seasons. I think they were here for two or three for for them to shoot a New York that in Hollywood and picked up and move. Moved to New York and that actually really helped demonstrate what we're talking about. Because an a production that might be spending sixty eighty ninety million dollars in one season is a lot of money to lose rethink about Hollywood, and southern California's being kind of the hub of production in the state, and while that is true. There's production all over the state of California. I'm thinking about lady bird, which was shot in and around Sacramento, not far from where you are working, how important is film production across the state in terms of local economies, and local film, offices that are trying to attract production. It's a great question, because it was such an important part of the effort, that this is not just an LA issue. There's legislators from all over the state. What do they care in Fresno or Humboldt county about Hollywood? And it was critical that they understood that productions do travel around the state, and when they do they spend a lot of money locally in a local community and hotels and restaurants and purchases, and whatever they're doing even if they're not hiring crew there and we did have production shoot. Up in humble, and we had production shoot in Fresno in San Francisco and San Diego. So that was a big part of the push. How does the state benefit beyond the obvious in terms of economic contribution is there some intangible benefit that the state has beyond, you know, the tax numbers? I certainly think there are an, it's all those support businesses that people don't talk about a lot and it's not just like the prop house or a wardrobe rental place. It could be something like a florist who does flower arrangements for a wedding scene. A production can use. We've counted this about a thousand different vendors on one production. So those are all reaping the benefit of that, whatever fifty sixty seventy million dollars spending the other thing that's happening as we speak is there's a big debate about Georgia and about what's happening in that state over. It's very restrictive abortion laws when you think about the political power that Hollywood has, and the way that plays into politics. It's a very complicated issue. Hugh. But you have some thoughts about whether or not the industry, should use its the cloud of its money to talk about policies in states, where productions might be going so speaking in my now unofficial capacity. I'm watching Georgia very, very carefully. I don't know that it's appropriate for people from out of state to be dictating policy for another place, where they don't actually live. However, I do think that, you know, you can put your money where your mouth is or not put your money where you don't agree with particular policies. So we'll have to see how that plays out. You were the longest serving film Commissioner in state history. Your successor has yet to be appointed. What advice would you give him or her that maybe you didn't get when you started that you think is critical to understanding how to do this job? I don't know if this person's going to come in having a production background, but I would say, you know, listening to your constituents if you will, and me. Meeting with as many people as you possibly can to get a sense of where the problems are where, where you need to solve problems. That's essentially what we do all day long. Amy great to see you. Congratulations on your amazing term. Thank you so much. Coming up on the frame actor. And comedian Tim Hydrocare has a new album, and it's an inside joke response to his Trump trolls.

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"humboldt county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To resign immediately immediately. She's not qualified to do what the DA posted in the presence of demonstrators caused the shopping center to close on Sunday. And protesters made sure their voices were heard. Black people have to continue to be targeted in America for too long. If you're black here in America, if you're black and racist Sacramento, you a moving target by five pm, the demonstrations had ended and the cones blocking the entrance were removed. I'm Nico McGaw snooze radio K F B K, and we will talk with Sacramento's police chief about this Daniel Hahn about this weekend's decision. He'll join us in studio coming up after seven o'clock here on KFI PK. It is six thirty four. We told you about the Momo challenged the viral challenge allegedly embedded into kids videos, like those on YouTube or found in message platforms like what's up? It's now top trending web search, but they're still almost no evidence to prove. It's actually a real thing. Images of a demonic chicken lady telling children to do dangerous tasks and even commit suicide YouTube is said there is no evidence of videos promoting the challenge there still a danger. Whether it's a hoax or not Dr Kim medcalf in educational developmental psychologists has Momo even if real is not the worst thing. You're kiddo is seeing on the internet. There comes great responsibility with that. And I think we adults. You need to start really looking at that seriously so hoax or not your kids are likely googling Momo challenge. She says who knows what they can stumble upon in their search Dina Kodiak, NewsRadio K F B K, two little girls from Humboldt county are safe after disappearing into the woods near their home. Search dogs and helicopters spent the weekend looking for them and Humboldt county sheriff William home, Saul says, they were tracked by granola bar wrappers. They dropped and footprints in the mud searchers were just totally shots came back and said they looked like they were just out for a stroll. They made a gone for an hour from their house, and he looked that fresh they disappeared on Friday and weren't found until Sunday morning. They told rescuers drank rainwater from leaves and stayed underneath the canopy of tall. Trees to stay drive. Six thirty six at NewsRadio KF became along with Christina, Madonna. I'm Dan Mitchelson. Let's check in with Brian for a look at our traffic. Trouble spots. Got a report of a ladder on northbound highway ninety nine of fruit ridge road specifically now in the number three lanes HP is on the way to get that. Moved out of there..

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"humboldt county" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Flooding in Humboldt county. This is Fox News. From my dad trailers. Doubt that farmers are a tremendously resilient bunch and just to return home from my excellent trip to Reno Nevada, the western dairy men's conferences, I had the opportunity to speak at the cows come first reception. On Wednesday nights. It was absolutely fantastic dairy minute. This event from the northeastern part of the United States, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, Switzerland. Quebec it tru-truly a global event, not just western dairyman and as resilient as farmers are. I do have to say that I believe the resilience meter on the dairyman that are left in this country is off the chart every single time. I hang with dairyman I come back with a tremendous amount of inspiration. And folks, if you can go to a an events where fifteen hundred dairyman have gathered, and you are inspired with the economic condition that they have been living through the last four years. You know, you've got a special group of people. We'll talk about that in just a minute. I remind you about the certified, Piedmont tease value added Brandon beef program. There is more information on the website. But the best thing to do is go to the website lone creek, calico dot com. Find Marlin wills phone number asking him what Trent is talking about. It's you know, we're close now to thinking about breeding for the next season. And so now we need to be thinking. What bulls are we going to use? What bulls will we be using a all of those details about the certified Piedmontese system can be found at lone creek kettle co dot com. I'm tremendously concerned that our nation and the health of our nation is in peril. I I've never owned a dairy cow in my life. But I feel so passionate that individuals should consume three servings of dairy on a daily basis and from a fluid milk standpoint since nineteen hundred. Seventy hour fluid. Milk consumption is down by thirty eight percent. Our whole milk consumption is down by seventy eight percent. Consequently, we have the poorest bone health that we have ever had with our nation's young people two plus two equals four drink less milk have poor health within our population. It is that simple. But despite all of the discouraging news despite the tremendous production of milk in the lack of demand, as it should be dairyman still think about things in terms of putting cows, I and I think it has so much to do with the interaction that dairyman have with each one of those cows multiple times every day. Taking care of them and doing what the cow needs. I thank you to those individuals in my thoughts and prayers go to all of the families in the dairy business in Wisconsin and Minnesota last count, I knew of over forty dairy farms have had buildings collapsed. As a result of the winter twenty nine.

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"humboldt county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:33 min | 3 years ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of course. With the chargers game this Sunday morning against the New England Patriots big weekend. Football stuff Rams are in action on Saturday night. Four o'clock, five o'clock kick-off. Hosting the Cowboys which should be one of the better games of the weekend. The story of whether or not the president is going to declare a national emergency to get money to build a wall along the border still brewing in Washington DC. We're also in day twenty one of our partial government shutdown in today's big day because the graphics are out of people showing their paychecks. They got paychecks, but there's all zeros on them because of the first day with no paychecks for these federal workers, this is by the way, we're in the twenty first day, this is as long as the government shutdown the previous longest government shutdown which was ninety five ninety six when Bill Clinton was the president. Newt Gingrich was the speaker of the house at the time also told you about and we'll bring more information when we get it. The twenty two year old police officer in Davis, Natalie corona who was shot and killed last night. The first officer in the city of Davis to be killed in line of duty and sixty years. And I looked it up that previous officer killed in the line of duty. And davis. Was only twenty three years old, which is highly unusual that was way back in the late fifties. I think. Got this story. A write up of a Netflix documentary called murder mountain. And unlike a lot of the stuff that they've been able to do in terms of true crime stuff in the five six eight part documentary, depending on what it whatever the topic is and making a murderer really broke that seal for a lot of people to see that there can be sort of a I don't know extended dateline or. Twenty twenty investigation style look into some of these cases. And for decades humbled county has been a place that people look to for their pot. And what murder mountain refers to is. Specifically an area in Humboldt county called Alder point. Humboldt county today they say supplies about sixty to eighty percent. Of the American marijuana trade sixty to eighty percent. When you look back from man, you look back into the late sixties some of the people that went to humble were self described hippies. They wanted to go live on a commune. They wanted to farm their own land. If they wanted to be their own people and. Part of what they said was one of their Staples was going to be pot. So that's why it started. There wasn't even necessarily that the soil was great that the climate was great that it grows better in a pot grows better in a moist environment like that rain forest, basically. No, it's because you can hide so much pot. Amongst those trees there are so many nooks and crannies of that forest up there that it's easy to get away with it. And that's why they started the pot. That was first grown Humboldt county was not great pot. And they will tell you that. I mean, some of those original growers. They call him. Oh, jeez. Different. But yes, they call him. Oh, jeez. They will admit that the part that they were growing up. There was just you know. Wasn't good. And they started looking around they realized that they could actually sell their pot rather than just use it themselves. They could sell their pot, and it would go at a premium and for a pound of pot to go for four hundred five hundred six hundred dollars a pound in nineteen sixty eight was a giant deal. So some of these guys said business wise, they're going to try to get into this. And they're going to try to make a living at selling pot knowing full well that it was totally illegal. But also knowing that there was enough of a laissez faire attitude, I guess with law enforcement in Humboldt county that they could get away with it for some time songs they kept everything else in line. And it kept quiet about other stuff. They'd probably be able to sell their pot. And in murder mountain. This Netflix documentary, they explain how couple of guys actually flew to Pakistan. Make a deal to buy seeds on some of these exotic strains of marijuana some of the much more potent products that was out there. And they ended up having not sent back to the United States. They would carefully. So it into close. They saw it into the seams of purses and other things like that and send them back into humble county. That was really the start of the reputation that Humboldt. We'd was the good weed. Fast forward to the mid nineties prop to fifteen passes legalizing medical marijuana. There wasn't a whole lot of regulation then but some of the people who had been growing pot at that point for three decades decided that they were going to do it legit, and they were going to sell their product to these companies where it would be distributed. But specifically in the medical arena. Fast forward again prop sixty four passes and we legalize recreational marijuana. Now, you've got. Hundreds of pot farms throughout Humboldt county who have to change the way that they do business. They of course, can stay on the black market, but humble county imposed as did the state a lot of regulations about how it is that they were going to stay in business. You had to have soil inspections you had to have interim permits that would allow you small operations you had to have a permit specifically if you wanted to have a nursery on your property you had to go through a water use permit process. I mean, there was a lot of regulation, and we're not talking about people who love paperwork and bureaucracy. So on the one hand you've got some of these growers who decide to go legit. They're going to enter into this new white market as opposed to the black market of pot growing. But there are plenty of others who stay in the black market because not only is it more profitable for them. It's easier. The whole story about murder mountain follows the case of one guy. A guy named carrot Rodriguez. Who was actually from San Diego. I think he's from ocean beach. He was reported missing in two thousand thirteen he had picked up a pickup truck in central California. Actually, I think he picked it up an Oroville and was on his way from Oroville to humble, now's the last anybody saw him. Now, his dad. Early on had an interaction with Garrett. Garretson twenties. I think at this point. And his dad says that he bought property in Mexico and wanted to give it to Garrett I told them we bought a lot.

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"humboldt county" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"And I thought I would hear from him, and it, and you just basically you get one person to get off their Duff because sometimes you'll make an intro. And then they're waiting for the other person to reply, and then that person's waiting for them to reply because nobody wants to make the first move, and it's it's irritating. It's stupid. This handles the deadline. It handles the foul up. And it improves the conversion rate for every introduction. So I hope that helps and now that said, by the way, I almost never have to do any of this. So don't don't be like, oh my gosh. Introductions are a ton of work. I do this like once a quarter because most introductions worked flawlessly. It's not a problem. That's why I'm wondering. What's going on with your circle here? Most of the interest. I make really I have the party's responding within hours or days never longer. I almost never have to rattle them to make it work. So perhaps it's time to upgrade the circle you're in or perhaps there's something else going on here for which we don't have context that's actually worth exploring. Thanks for asking such a great question because I'm going to add this to the level one QNA now that we're recruiting this. And if you can if you're not in level one I mentioned earlier Jordan, harbinger dot com slash level one. It's free get after these skills. They are a game changer recommendation of the week. Jason you got some new for us. I've been watching murder mountain on Netflix. It just came out a couple of days ago and binged it, it's only six episodes. But I've binged it in two days with my roommate, and it was fascinating. It's about Humboldt county up in northern California. Where a lot of illegal pot is grown. And it's the missing capital person of California. Like a lot of people go up there for day work, and then just. Either disappear or get killed in. There's a story about one guy in here that does get murdered and like the vigilantes that go after the guy that killed him. And it's a fascinating story. And it's crazy. Lot of stuff. Yeah. It's it's it's a pretty broad little documentary for six episodes. But highly recommended I don't even know that we had that much going on up there like it's kinda rural while the redwoods cover a lot of plots. So a lot of people in the sixties went up there to grow pot because they were under the cover the redwoods in. It's very rural. You know, it's out in the middle of nowhere. So, you know, the pot grows went up there in the sixties and just wanted to kind of be alone, left alone and grow their staple crops and just have a little hippy commune's, but marijuana was one of their staple crops because you know, hippies, and it just kind of grew from there and with all of the stuff with legalization in California about how it's actually driving a lot of legitimate growers out of business, the people who wanna pay the taxes and the fees, but the fees are so high. There's still a huge black market. And this is having the actual, you know, wrong effect on what they were trying to do in California with how the the pot industry's gone. It's fascinating that is fascinating. Wow. Murder mountain on Netflix. Hope you all enjoyed that. I wanna thank.

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"humboldt county" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Team will take time for more outreach. So they just need a little more time. That's the problem. We need a little more time. But I'm not sure how you're gonna make something more diverse. When almost eighty percent of the people are are white. Is just the fact I don't know it. That's literally a fact but anyway. Unless you start busing people in which that's probably what they'll do. I don't know how you get more diverse. If you don't have the people there, and you live in your Humboldt county place, but I guess we'll start busing them in now that's up in Humboldt county. But we've got others. The New Orleans women March has had to be canceled. I know I know you guys were looking forward to it. The reason for this low fundraising and low attendance. Isn't that sad? Isn't that sad low fundraising? The people are gonna come. So I love this. I love win the holier than now groups try and tell us how bad we are. Right. Bad to women women don't make we don't women don't make the same as a man, they don't get educated, and blah, blah, blah, whatever the talking points are. Get over the past few months. There's been a big division amongst the women's March groups on the national and state level. I'm telling you, you can't make this up. Last month. The New York Times wrote this long investigative piece about how the leaders of these marches were antisemitic. Antisemitic the women's March. There was a meeting that took place last year and in New York City board room where the women's March wanting to get not only more diverse, but they wanted to get some more people more outreach kind of create. Just get some bigger enthusiasm into it after their March last year. So they met with some folks in New York City board room, and they said, hey, we've got the people for you. We're going to bring in some some people. Some black women told Jewish women at the meeting the day should take responsibility for the racism in the World Jewish people Jewish people who went through the holocaust not but seventy years ago. The Jewish people should take some of the blame for racism, not just in this country. But around the world, how does that sound to a Jewish person? Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? So they were told in this boardroom, and this meeting is the how because they brought in some black black people to try and make the women's March a little more diverse, and they told the Jewish folks. Oh, yeah. You're anti you're. You're racist. So the rift is so dire. Now that the two marches. Have now broken in two separate marches and next month. You're going to have to women's marches on the same day in New York City to women's marches. One led by the women's March group that is billed as being led by women of color and another by a group affiliated with March John that is stressing its denunciation of anti-semitism. So you've got to women's groups. Which I don't particularly know what therefore but one is saying, hey, we're diverse the other saying, hey, we're not antisemitic. Kinda getting away from what they originally started out as so you have infighting among the various women's groups. Chicago, then canceled their event for the same reason. And in the end all of this will crumble, the women's March to everything it will crumble, they will destroy themselves. This is what happens eventually you let their racism, they're anti-semitism and anti American principles tear them apart. And then by the end. You're not gonna have many more marches when you've got different marches representing different things. And I couldn't.

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"humboldt county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Seventy seven BC K said news for people living in Humboldt County, California, the organizers for the women's March that was going to happen there on Friday. It's been it's been canceled due to whiteness. Cancelled due to whiteness lot of lot of white people had signed up to participate, and well, you can't have that. They just couldn't find enough black anti-semites. Unfortunately, no, they couldn't do it. That's sad. So there were I guess not enough blacks and Hispanics for their liking. So they said they're still interested in holding an event in March on International Women's Day, but they did have to cancel this one due to. And this is a quote overwhelmingly white participants. What it's interesting too. Because this is a sensually an implicit criticism of black people and Hispanics. Right. It's not like they said, we don't allow blacks and Hispanics to come to this rally. Right. It's whatever reason blacks and Hispanics didn't feel like it. They didn't feel like it for whatever reason that would seem to be an indictment minorities right from their perspective. Right. Wait. Why aren't why aren't the black and Hispanic voters? Are you know? People in didn't even have to be voters, which is people. Why aren't they showing up to our stupid little rally almost like they don't care about this issue in a way, it's critical of them, right? People showed white people showed. I assume even men showed to the women's rally, but but not enough not enough black people the census bureau, Dan, it's not going to happen. They're not gonna convict the president. And impeach him. The not gonna ever get two thirds of the Senate my opinion. The question is how is this gonna end especially since there's no Trump Russia collusion, and what happens on the other side of the equation, the abuse of power by struck and page and McCabe, call me in and others and Bruce sore and others. There were two mazing moments over the holidays that really struck my my nerves when I when I saw them one was when Mike Yesica off one of the lead reporters who I broke stories about the dossier and pedal the dossier story at the beginning. In fact, it was his story that was used to support the affidavit our support the advice smart when he came out and said, I think the dossier is gonna turn out to be unverified. When the reporter who peddled it starts to talk that way. I think you know, one thing right away. Right. The origins of this case are roading so much show that that means a Pfizer court Biza court fraud was committed and perpetrated on Pfizer court multiple times. What happens to the people that lied to the judge that was supposed to verify and corroborate? Well, let's talk about one of those people because the second thing that caught my nerve in the middle of the holidays, we change call me second interview where he said he was asked twice. Do you think the FBI has an obligation to give sculptor Tori information to the Feis accord when you're applying for five hundred both times, call me said, I don't. How could the man who signs the FIFA who's in charge of the Pfizer program for the FBI not know his obligations to the court. Those two things are setting up. I think what's going to happen in two thousand nineteen you're going to see the acknowledgement that the dossier was the main evidence, and that it was flawed and everybody knew it was newest wad from the beginning. And to the Pfizer court was misled. Now what happens from that? The I g will lay out some facts and the president the new attorney general going to have to decide accountability. I think the second political thing that's beginning to happen. A ready? Sean Democrats are changing the goalposts and the football field. Right. Was about collusion. I guarantee you by the middle of nineteen. They'll be talking about something entirely different has nothing to do with Russia collusion because they got to keep the narrative going, but they have to change the fact because all those what is it going to be a campaign finance violation. I think you're gonna see a pay to play. I think they're going to move. I think HR won their first Bill that you're introducing in the house. Tomorrow's designed to set up new argument that early in the Trump administration. There was a pay to play mentality of people working for him. We're just going to move the field and the goal post to an entirely different stadium and play. Okay. Then it was Hillary get in that game because we know the pay to play the took place at the Clinton foundation. Yeah. Question. I think that you know, the Justice department has not been able to answer that question. The best thing I've heard was Mark meadows. Talking on our show recently saying, I believe there's good reason to think there's an FBI investigation looking at criminality of the Clinton foundation. That's the first time I've seen somebody in the know, theoretically, someone who's been briefed saying that allowed to Johnson apartment is mom or not that's the place to look I think it's a Little Rock Arkansas if there's any Justice for the Clintons, it's gonna come out a Little Rock, Arkansas. All right. John Solomon will continue to follow. We call it Hannity. Deep state watch as we're going to be following all the corruption that the rest of the media will be ignoring on a daily basis. Somebody's got to do some honest reporting, and we're taking it upon ourselves. Anyway, eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number. Are you tired of.

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"humboldt county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

12:15 min | 3 years ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Twenty eight eighty two very quickly before we go back to the phones. Kim Jong own he just released a statement. I don't know if he's tweeting or not, but he released a statement. And he said he's willing to meet with the President Trump any time to further talk. Now just to be upfront about it. You probably know nothing concrete has happened yet regarding the reduction of nukes from North Korea. So I believe we're on the right track. But I also believe that Kim Jong Hoon. In in typical fashion, and many world leaders will do this is doing a little pre-summit posturing, but here's the advantage. We have with Kim Jong own over the Christmas holidays. He got a new LEGO set. He got a toy rocket. A she shed and a mini scooter. So he is well, he's happy as a pig and poop and now's the time to talk to the guy. He's having a blast. He's building little little tanks and stuff with Legos. And you know, he really he really is a kid at heart. And I don't think you should judge a man just because he has to ride in child car seat. The Rush Limbaugh show eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two back to the phones. And then I want to tell you about this military tweet. Let's go to Ed in Eureka, California. Ed is Eureka near Humboldt county. Yes. Eureka in Humboldt county Humboldt county. It's the that is the wild west of of pot growing, or at least it was before legalization was it not. Pretty much, right? The net flicks series this on his kind of gives a good idea. What it's like, well, hopefully things are on the in proof for you in that neck of the woods. I don't know about that. You know, it's still the land and nuts and fruits. What's on your mind? You mentioned the the women's March. Yes was canceled. There's a couple here really the one the one in Eureka was canceled or postponed. And it was because there wasn't enough diversity in the committee that was March together. There wasn't enough. Diversity in the committee? Yeah. That's well. At least that's what they say. Now, originally, it was who knows maybe it was just because they wanted to cancel because there wasn't enough. Diversity? Maybe they could get Caitlyn Jenner in there to fix everything. I don't know. I mean, what's diversity a man or a woman who knows, but I wouldn't even think the women's March nothing against your Rica. I hear good things about it. But is it is it even big enough to have a women's March. I mean, what's the population of Eureka? It's roughly thirty thousand for city limits. Okay. You always think of a women's March like Washington or Los Angeles. But I guess it'll be smaller ones. You know around the country. It's always been well attended. Oh. Okay. Well, thank you for calling. Ed. Thank you for that update. Ed was mentioning something on Netflix? And I forget the title of it. I apologize. But it is brilliant, and it talks about the history. Just go on Netflix. Pot California, Google it or whatever it's great great. Documentary. And there's also a couple of books out on Humboldt county is well, it's the part of California where at one time supplied almost all the domestic marriage. Wanna as my dad calls it marriage? You wanna and then, you know, it's legal now recreational pot is legal in California. It's legal in a bunch of states around the country, and that changes, the whole dynamic of everything because these people that were growing we'd totally unregulated by the government are now can -pletely regulated by the government. Yeah. You have to have a special type of this special type of that. You have definite permit etcetera etcetera etcetera. It's worth it's worth looking into especially if you're like, some of the mainstream news people, and you you were getting high on Christmas Eve, you definitely want to check out this this thing in Humboldt county, but it's a great job net net. Flix just turns out some incredible incredible documentaries. This is the Rush Limbaugh show and the numbers eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty to the US military put out a tweet New Year's Eve. I'm going to read it to you. I'm going to quote it for you. And if you're triggered it's important that you're near somebody that can hold your comfort you. Okay. Here's what they said. Hashtag Times Square tradition. Rings in the new year by dropping the big ball if ever needed. We are ready to drop something much bigger. And then there was a video of stealth fighters dropping thirty thousand pound bombs on a test range target. Okay. So let's try to figure out why so many people on the left were triggered by that. It talked about the greatness of the military, and it basically said the tradition of dropping the ball. Well if needed. We'll drops something much bigger bigger on our enemies. So again, I'm confused by that the tweet was quickly deleted and by later, Monday evening, the military, formally apologized. This is the damage and the sadness of political correctness political correctness is how to regulate free speech if you disagree with me. All you have to do is say, he's just politically incorrect. If you disagree with the president's policies, many of which are commonsensical sound and successful. Trump's policies whether you hate him or not. His policies are commonsensical sound and successful. But it's easier. If you're in a debate that you know, you cannot win. And we use the example at the beginning of the show when the Washington Post headline the fact that Donald Trump said. Barack Obama's houses surrounded by ten foot wall in Washington DC. And that was their headline. And they said president gets it wrong. It's not a ten foot wall. And then they spent a page trashing the president's immigration policy, but never told us how big the wall is. So I went and looked it up myself you can find his house on Google. You can see the walls and fences. It's about eight feet ever take. You can see the house from the road tastefully done combination brick and steel there's a little secret service hut at the entry gate. But what they took away from. That was look at this. The guy doesn't even know how wall is. So it's either that or being politically incorrect. So you've got the greatest military in the world, basically saying happy new year. I see they're dropping the ball Times Square if ever needed. We're ready to drop something much bigger. And then you see the bombs. You see the bombs dropping on a target. You don't see anything horrific? I would maintain that most of the stuff you see on Twitter is not half as rough as you sing in music videos. But most of the people that are doing music videos, hate Trump. So they they're loud, free speech. And that's part of it. That's part of it. Whether you're Mitt Romney making a ridiculous statement in a in an op Ed now today or the late John McCain if you come out and go after Trump wakeup football. All of a sudden, you're a hero and your allotted. Well, extra dosing extra helpings, excuse me. A free speech. So the tweet was quickly deleted. And then the the military the greatest military in the world apologized, the US strategic. Command said our previous New Year's Eve tweet was in poor taste and does not reflect our values. We apologize. We are dedicated to the security of America and its allies. Now, this is the damage of political correctness. This is being shoved in every orifice shoved down our kids throats, political correctness. Oh, you don't say that. No, no. No. No, no. You never say that don't refer to that. Is that? Oh, you never say this. So we have a United States military that basically honored the tradition of the new year, and then threw in a little fun, by the way, if you need it, we can drop something a lot bigger. Don't worry. I thought it was a funny joke. Am I missing something? Again. I'm I'm just a Trump voter. And you know, what the New York Times says about me? I'm not the brightest bulb on the street. So maybe I'm missing something in that quote that was just worthy of an apology. But I don't see it. Oh, you don't have a problem with bombs dropping. No, not at all. Why would I why would I have a problem is an American citizen with my military wanting to decimate the enemies of America who have a problem with that? This is the absurdity of political correctness, and you can always count on. And I stand corrected. It was in the Washington Post that printed the original story. I forget which one it was. But I wanted to correct myself. It was not the Washington Post. I was looking at another note about the Washington Post. So but just Google it. You'll find it in a different places. Now, meanwhile, Jane curtain, the NFL. Ah SNL alumni, she said, my, you know, my wish for the New Year's at the the Republican party dies. Now, here's my take. You. Don't apologize for either. One. She said she said that you don't apologize for either one. You don't censor either one. It's free speech if Jane curtain as a hardcore leftist female rich white woman wishes death upon all Republicans. I'm not shocked, but it's her right to say that is long as she's not being definitive and co creating a real threat, just like if the military pledges to to bomb, our enemies. This is the absurdity of political correctness. And it's it's in our colleges it's in our schools, and instead of real debate real issues real substance were talking about the the wall was only eight feet tall. And President Trump said it was ten feet tall. She don't even know what you're talking about. I think about the absurdity of that. Most people have never seen the wall. They'd never driven by his house. A lot of people haven't even been to Washington. But that's the its nit picky stuff. And they apologized. That's what make it makes it worse. Don't apologize. If you didn't do anything wrong. And if you didn't hurt anybody, but that's how damaging political correctness has gotten entire government. Entities will apologize within hours. If they're afraid they did something politically incorrect. And I think a lot of it has to do with the last eight years of Obama Anisim before we elected Donald Trump. I'm Ken Matthews sitting in for Rush Limbaugh, the numbers eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two the network back to the phones next. Scientific fact.

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"humboldt county" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

11:12 min | 3 years ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Seat. The Rush Limbaugh show eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two back to the phones. And then I want to tell you about this military tweet. Let's go to Ed in Eureka, California. Ed is Eureka near Humboldt county. Yes. Eureka's in Humboldt county Humboldt county. It's the that is the wild west of pot growing, or at least it was before legalization was it not ads pretty much, right? The net flicks series. It's on is kind of gives a good idea. What it's like. Well, hopefully things are on the improved for you in that neck of the woods. They are. I don't know about that. You know, it's still the land and nuts and fruits. What's on your mind? You mentioned the the women's March. Yes, was canceled us a couple here really the one the one in Eureka was canceled or postponed. And it was because there wasn't enough diversity in the committee that was March together. There wasn't enough. Diversity in the committee? Yeah. That's well. At least that's what they say. Now, originally, it was who knows maybe it was just because they wanted to cancel because there wasn't enough. Diversity? Maybe they could get Caitlyn Jenner in there to fix everything. I don't know. I mean, what's diversity a man or a woman who knows? But I wouldn't even think it's a women's March nothing against Eureka. I hear good things about it. But is it is it even big enough to have a women's March. I mean, what's the population of Eureka? It's roughly thirty thousand OK city limits. Okay. You always think of a women's March like Washington or Los Angeles. But I guess it'll be smaller ones. You know around the country it it's always been well attended. Oh, okay. Well, I thank you for calling. Ed. Thank you for that update. Ed was mentioning something on Netflix? And I forget the title of it. I put it is brilliant, and it talks about the history. Just go on Netflix. Pot California and Google it or whatever it's great great a documentary. And there's also a couple of books out on pummeled county is well, it's the part of California where at one time supplied almost all the domestic marriage. Wanna as my dad calls it marriage? You wanna and then, you know, it's legal now recreational pot is legal in California. It's legal in a bunch of states around the country, and that changes, the whole dynamic of everything because these people that were growing we'd totally unregulated by the government are now completely regulated by the government. You have to have a special type of this special type of that you have definite permit etcetera etcetera etcetera. It's worth it's worth looking into especially if you're like, some of the mainstream news people, and you you were getting high on Christmas Eve, you definitely want to check out this this thing in Humboldt county, but it's a great job net. Netflix just turns out some incredible incredible documentaries. This is the Rush Limbaugh show and the numbers eight hundred to eighty to twenty eight eighty to the US military put out a tweet New Year's Eve, I'm going to read it to you. I'm going to quote it for you. And if you're triggered it's important that you're near somebody that can hold your comfort to you. Okay. Here's what they said. Hashtag Times Square tradition. Rings in the new year by dropping the big ball if ever needed. We are ready to drop something much bigger. And then there was a video of stealth fighters dropping thirty thousand pound bombs on a test range target. Okay. So let's try to figure out why so many people on the left were triggered by that. It talked about the greatness of the military and basically said the tradition of dropping the ball. Well if needed. Will drops something much bigger bigger on our enemies. So again, I'm confused by that the tweet was quickly deleted and by later, Monday evening, the military, formerly apologized. This is the damage and the sadness of political correctness political correctness is how to regulate free speech if you disagree with me. All you have to do is say, he's just politically incorrect. If you disagree with the president's policies, many of which are commonsensical sound and successful. Trump's policies whether you hate him or not. His policies are commonsensical sound and successful. But it's easier. If you're in a debate that you know, you cannot win. And we use the example at the beginning of the show when the Washington Post headline the fact that Donald Trump said. Barack Obama's house rounded by ten foot wall in Washington DC. And that was their headline. And they said president gets it wrong. It's not a ten foot wall. And then they spent a page trashing the president's immigration policy, but never told us how big the wall is. So I went and looked it up myself you can find his house on Google. You can see the walls and fences. It's about a week give or take you can see the house from the road tastefully done combination brick and steel there's a little secret service out at the entry gate. But what they took away from. That was look at this. The guy doesn't even know how wall is. So it's either that or being politically incorrect. So you've got the greatest military in the world, basically saying happy new year. I see they're dropping the ball at Times Square if ever needed. We're ready to drop something much bigger. And then you see the bombs. You don't see the bombs dropping on a target. You don't see anything horrific? I would maintain that most of the stuff you see on Twitter is not half as rough as you seen in music videos. But most of the people that are doing music videos, hate Trump. So they they're allowed free speech. And that's part of it. That's part of it. Whether you're Mitt Romney making a ridiculous statement in a in an op Ed now today or the late John McCain if you come out and go after Trump like a pit bull. All of a sudden, you're a hero and your allotted. Well, extra dosing extra helpings, excuse me. A free speech. So the tweet was quickly deleted. And then the the military the greatest military in the world apologized, the US strategic. Command said our previous New Year's Eve tweet was in poor taste and does not reflect our values. We apologize. We are dedicated to the security of America and its allies. Now, this is the damage of political correctness. This is being shoved in every orifice shoved down our kids throats, political correctness. Oh, you don't say that. No, no. No. No, no. You never say that don't refer to that. Is that? Oh, you never say this. So we have a United States military that basically honored the tradition of the new year and then threw in a little fun, by the way, if you need it, we can drop something a lot bigger worry. I thought it was funny joke. It am I missing something. Again. I'm I'm just a Trump voter. And you know, what the New York Times says about me, I'm not the brightest bulb on the string. So maybe I'm missing something in that quote that was just worthy of an apology. But I don't see it. You don't have a problem with bombs dropping. No, not at all. Why would I why would I have a problem is an American citizen with my military wanting to decimate the enemies of America who'd ever problem with that? This is the absurdity of political correctness, and you can always count on. And I stand corrected. It was in the Washington Post printed the original story. I forget which one it was. But I wanted to correct myself was not the Washington Post. I was looking at another note about the Washington Post. So but just Google it. You'll find it in a different places. Now, meanwhile, Jane curtain, the NFL SNL alumni, she said, my, you know, my wish for the New Year's at the the Republican party dies. Now, here's my take. You. Don't apologize for either. One. She said she said that you don't apologize for either one. You don't censor either one. It's free speech if Jane curtain as a hardcore leftist female rich white woman wishes death upon all Republicans. I'm not shocked, but it's her right to say that is long as she's not being definitive creating a real threat. Just like if the military pledges to to bomb, our enemies. This is the absurdity of political correctness. And it's it's in our colleges it's in our schools, and instead of real debate real issues real substance were talking about the the wall was only eight feet tall. And President Trump said it was ten feet tall. She don't even know what you're talking about. I think about the absurdity of that. Most people have never seen the wall. They'd never driven by his house. A lot of people haven't even been to Washington. But that's the it's this nit picky stuff. And they apologized. That's what make it makes it worse. Don't apologize. If you didn't do anything wrong. And if you didn't hurt anybody, but that's how damaging political correctness has gotten entire government. Entities will apologize within hours. If they're afraid they did something politically incorrect. And I think a lot of it has to do with the last eight years of Obama unisom before we elected Donald Trump. I'm Ken Matthews sitting in for Rush Limbaugh, the numbers eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two the network back to the phones next. Scientific fact that some people feel what's down after Christmas pick up your spirits with a membership to rush twenty four seven and get round the clock access to America's anchorman..

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"humboldt county" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Seventy seven the ec- K said news for people living in Humboldt County, California, the organizers for the women's March that was going to happen their hobby announced on Friday, it's been it's been canceled due to whiteness. Cancelled due to whiteness lot of lot of white people had signed up to participate, and well, you can't have that embarrassing. Just couldn't find enough black anti-semites further. Unfortunately, no, they couldn't do it. That's sad. So there were I guess not enough blacks and Hispanics for their liking. So they said they're still interested in holding an event in March on International Women's Day, but they did have to cancel this one due to. And this is a quote overwhelmingly white participants. It's interesting too. Because this is essentially an implicit criticism of black people and Hispanics. Right. It's not like they said, we don't allow blacks and Hispanics to come to this rally. Right. It's whatever reason blacks and Hispanics didn't didn't feel like it. They didn't feel like if for whatever reason that would seem to be an indictment on minorities right from their perspective. Right. Let's wait. Why aren't why aren't the black and Hispanic voters? Are you know? Know people in didn't even have to voters, which is people. Why aren't they showing up to our stupid little rally? It's almost like they don't care about this issue in a way, it's critical of them. People showed. Yeah. White people showed I assume even men showed to the women's rally, but but not enough not enough black people the census bureau data from from. This county says seventy four percent are white twelve percent Hispanic six percent native American two percent. Asian one percent black. So if you didn't have at least those percentages going, I guess the rallies that were doing they can get one percent black the show for the rally fairly. Well. And the thing is, of course, there's no actual answer. Here you if you had thirteen percent, Hispanic and one percent black for all that diversity. But six percent native American. It will never be enough. No not. I mean, seventy four percents of this county is white. It's a that's about the percentage of the United States in general. You know, the NFL is called racist. And seventy five percent of the league is black. That's not that's still racist. Especially for like LeBron James who doesn't use not even in the NFL. Right. And yet he's calling out the NFL for being the white owners have as slave mentality. I'm so glad after all my LeBron dislike over all these years that so many people are now seeing there with you. I just can't stand this guy every time. He opens his mouth ridiculous really is ridiculous Seriously. These men that are making, you know, anywhere from two million to twenty five or thirty million a year, you have to call them to call those owners who are paying them that money, they have a slave mentality. Unreal maybe need to look up. What a slave is. Because by definition. They don't make any money for playing these games. Plus, they're not forced into playing these games. Right. There's a lot of the only differences all the things is everything. Yeah. But. You know, there's never that's an amazing thing though. First of all, look, what was what's the what is the problem with racism, right? The problem with racism is you're taking a group of people. And you're identifying them in a you're grouping them all together, and you are. Disliking them for whatever reason you're saying signing tendency to all of them based on their skin color. Exactly tell me how this women's March thing isn't racist. Their first of all identifying people based on race and making decisions based on skin color, which is never a good idea. Never make a decision based on skin color easy role to live by. It's a freaking easy one to lift by. I think so never ever do it period. That does that means not giving them all sorts of perks above and beyond other colors, like saying, oh, black people get more than Hispanics. It's not doing that. Either. And saying, hey, black people get less than Hispanics. It's not doing that either. It's neither you never make a decision based on skin color or race, really easy. But here they're saying, hey, not enough black people came. So number one..

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"humboldt county" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on KTOK

"Seven B E C K said news for people living in Humboldt County, California, the organizers for the women's March that was going to happen. They're announced on Friday. It's been it's been canceled due to whiteness. Cancelled due to whiteness lot of lot of white people had signed up to participate, and well, you can't have that embarrassing. They just couldn't find enough black anti-semites further. Unfortunately, no, they couldn't do it. That's sad. So there were I guess not enough blacks and Hispanics for their liking. So they said they're still interested in holding an event in March on International Women's Day, but they did have to cancel this one due to. And this is a quote overwhelmingly white participants. What? Interesting too. Because this is a sensually an implicit criticism of black people and Hispanics. Right. It's not like they said, we don't allow blacks and Hispanics to come to this rally. Right. It's whatever reason blacks and Hispanics didn't feel like it. They didn't feel like it for whatever reason that would seem to be an indictment on minorities right from their perspective. Right. Wait. Why aren't why aren't the black and Hispanic voters or you know? Know people in didn't even have to be voters, which is people. Why aren't they showing up to our stupid little rally? It's almost like they don't care about this issue in a way, it's critical of them. People showed white people showed. I assume even men showed to the women's rally, but but not enough not enough black people the census bureau data from from. This county says seventy four percent are white twelve percent Hispanic six percent native American two percent. Asian one percent black. So if you didn't have at least those percentages going, I guess the rallies that were doing they can get one percent black the show for the rally fairly. Well. And the thing is, of course, there's no actual answer. Here if you had thirteen percent, Hispanic and one percent black for all that diversity. But six percent native American. It will never be enough. No. I mean, seventy four percent of this county is white. That's about the percentage of the United States in general. The NFL is called racist. And seventy five percent of the league is black. That's not that's still racist. Especially for like LeBron James who does not even in the NFL. Right. And yet he's calling out the NFL for being the white owners have a slave mentality. I'm so glad after all my LeBron dislike over all these years that so many people are now seeing with. I just can't stand this guy every time. He opens his mouth ridiculous really is ridiculous. Seriously. These men that are making, you know, anywhere from two million to twenty five or thirty million a year. You have the audacity to call them to call those owners who are paying them that money, they have a slave mentality. Unreal. Maybe need to look up. What a slave is. Because by definition. They don't make any money for playing these games. Plus, they're not forced into playing these games. Right. Here's a lot of probably only differences all the things is everything. Yeah. But it's just that possibility. There's never that's an amazing thing though. First of all look. What was what's the what is the problem with racism, right? The problem with racism is you're taking a group of people and your identifying them in a you're grouping them altogether. Right. And you are. Disliking them for whatever reason you're saying a tendency to all of them based on their skin color. Exactly tell me how this women's March thing isn't racist. Their first of all denting people based on race and making decisions based on skin color, which is never a good idea. Never make a decision based on skin color easy rule to live by. It's a freaking easy one to lift by. I think so never ever do it period that doesn't that means not giving them all sorts of perks above and beyond other colors, like saying black people get more than Hispanics. It's not doing that either. And saying, hey, black people get less than Hispanics. It's not doing that either. It's neither you never make a decision based on skin color or race, really easy. But here they're saying, hey, not enough black people came. So number one..

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"humboldt county" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"humboldt county" Discussed on WLAC

"Eight seventy seven B E C K said news for people living in Humboldt County, California, the organizers for the women's March that was going to happen. There announced Friday it's been it's been canceled due to whiteness. Cancelled due to whiteness lot of lot of white people had signed up to participate, and well, you can't have that. They just couldn't find enough black anti-semites. Unfortunately, no, they couldn't couldn't do it. That's sad. So there were I guess not enough blacks and Hispanics for their liking. So they said they're still interested in holding an event in March on International Women's Day, but they did have to cancel this one due to. And this is a quote overwhelmingly white participants. It's interesting too. Because this is a sensually an implicit criticism of black people and Hispanics. Right. It's not like they said, we don't allow blacks and Hispanics to come to this rally. Right. It's whatever reason blacks and Hispanics. Feel like they didn't feel like it for whatever reason that would seem to be an indictment on minorities from their perspective. Right. Let's wait. Why aren't why aren't the black Hispanic voters? Are you know? Know people in, you know, didn't even have to be voters, which is people. Why aren't they showing up to our stupid little rally? It's almost like they don't care about this issue in a way, it's critical of them. People showed white people showed. I assume even men showed to the women's rally, but but not enough not enough black people the census bureau data from from. This county says seventy four percent are white twelve percent Hispanic six percent native American two percent. Asian one percent black. So if you didn't have at least those percentages going, I guess the rallies that were doing they can get one percent black the show for the rally fairly. Well. And the thing is, of course, there's no actual answer. Here if you had thirteen percent, Hispanic and one percent black for all that diversity. But six percent native American. It will never be enough. No, it's not. I mean, seventy four percents of this county is white. That's about the percentage of the United States in general. You know, the NFL is called racist. And seventy five percent of the league is black. That's not that's not that's still racist. Especially for like LeBron James who is not even in the NFL. Right. And yet he's calling out the NFL for being the white owners have a slave mentality. I'm so glad after all my LeBron dislike over all these years that so many people are now seeing the..

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