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Joe Biden Hails Supply Chain Win But Problems Persist
"That. You know, I was on special report last night. And Brett bear played the clip of the president saying not to worry the supply crisis is all over. And he came to me on the panel is on the panel with Morgan ortagus and Juan Williams. Both good friends of mine. Old old friends. Why don't I have been out on the lead circuit for a long time? He actually is right about charter schools, and that's about it. But I love one. So I'm on the panel with one and Morgan, who has also another old friend and Brent comes to me first with the supply chain, not a nothing to see here, move along, in fact, Brett told a funny joy about the droids. And I replied this way, cut number 12. Good news. We've saved Christmas, and that is because President Biden recognized this challenge early. We've saved Christmas. You, it wasn't a problem to begin with. We shouldn't have worried. What do you think about that? You can't make this up. And I mean, any American is trying to get an at home COVID test right now. Can't get one. In fact, you can't get a booster appointment in a lot of places where suddenly serious people and the president made a good appeal last night, cited president Trump getting a booster as well. So people want to get a booster. They can't get a booster. And when you go to stores, lots of stuff is missing. And that's because if you run along the Huntington Beach and that's where I like to go and I'm in California along that Newport made Chinese boardwalk. The cargo ships are lined up as far as the eye can see because they might be going 24/7, but you can't fix what was broken in a year overnight and it's still broken.
Data shows ship crossed over oil pipeline that ruptured
"California authorities are focusing on tracking data that show a massive cargo ship repeatedly drifting over the undersea pipeline that ruptured early this month a Coast Guard official says federal investigators are examining whether the anchor from a Panama registered container ship MSE Dennett snagged the undersea pipeline in pulled across the sea floor this ship was being buffeted by strong winds from a storm and repeatedly crossed over the pipeline but here's what's hard to explain that ship was drifting a radically on January twenty fifth it wasn't until early October that oil and tar balls started washing up off Huntington beach in southern California investigators say that could mean another ship dragged anchor over the pipeline the line might have been hit by something else at a later date or the pipeline itself may have suffered some type of failure hi Jackie Quinn
California oil spill believed to be much smaller than originally feared
"A Coast Guard official says the size of an oil spill confirmed on October second off southern California is thought to be about one fifth of what was initially feared when it off shore pipeline cracked and leaked off the coast of Huntington beach California officials estimate this bill could have been as much as a hundred and thirty two thousand gallons but now port commander in Coast Guard captain Rebecca war says the figure is believed to be closer to the lower estimate of twenty five thousand gallons write him a California state environmental scientist said the size of tar balls being collected has diminished from the early days of the spill officials say the cause of the leak remains under investigation but the pipeline could have been damaged by a ship anchor months before it ruptured I'm
California's 'Surf City USA' beach reopens after oil spill
"Surfers and swimmers have returned to the weights at southern California's Huntington beach a little more than a week after an oil pipeline leak off shore the re opening of what many call surf city USA came far sooner than many expected that's the spill became apparent a few troops Mel blanketed the coast and blobs of crude began washing ashore but officials say water quality tests now show no detectable levels of oil associated toxins and Avan ados E. with the California department of fish and game tells KABC they have not found a lot of oiled birds there's not a lot of bird population out there right now so in that respect we got lucky right it could be a different kind of hearing you might have ten thousand birds out there that's for the tar balls I dont see says they're not looking for the public's help we get it right you want the oil off just as fast if not faster than we do but oil is a hazardous substance while the environmental impact on wetland habitats has been less severe than initially feared advocates say they remain concerned about the long term impact I'm Ben Thomas
Huntington Beach reopening after oil spill
"A southern California beach closed because of an offshore oil pipeline leak is set to re open today officials say Huntington beach is re opening after water quality tests revealed no detectable levels of oil associated toxins in the water but they're still urging visitors to avoid areas that smell of oil and not to touch any oiled materials that wash ashore one surfer who went in on Sunday even though the beach was still closed so the water was perfect and clear the oil spill sent anywhere between twenty five thousand and a hundred and thirty two thousand gallons of oil into the ocean officials
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"Upon Southern California beaches all week since a leak in an underwater pipeline sent thousands of gallons of heavy crude into ocean waters The spill has fouled the sands of Huntington Beach and could keep some beaches closed for weeks or longer crude also washed into Talbot marsh a sensitive wetland and has been spotted down the Orange County coast as far as Dana point with tarballs reported as far south as Carlsbad in San Diego county It's still a mystery exactly how much is spilled the coast guard estimates between 25,132 thousand gallons Clean up crews and investigators are on the scene researchers say the impact on wildlife will take a while to understand crude oil components can linger beneath the ocean's surface and affect tiny organisms that are ingested by fish which are later eaten by birds marine mammals and people I'm Ben Thomas After a 19 month hiatus brought on by the coronavirus pandemic cruise ships are returning to San Francisco 21 of those on the ship tested positive for the coronavirus That was then vice president Mike Pence in March 2020 announcing test results from the grand princess quarantined off the California coast at the time Neil Hamlin was a passenger Really just sitting around and long around no exercise As were Steven and Michelle Smith We're worried Yes We're concerned but we're certainly safe in our room And Karen dever Stick on her right now They're going to run out of gas or oil whatever they use Since that outbreak cruise ships have been barred from the port of San Francisco that changes Monday with the majestic princess sales in for an overnight visit It's on a weeklong voyage along the California coast Passengers will have to show proof they were vaccinated at least 14 days before setting out and have a negative COVID-19 test within two days I'm Ben Thomas The government's September jobs report shows the unemployment rate tumbled to 4.8% But the reasons are a mix of good and not so good The number of people reporting they were employed jumped 526,000 last month while those jobless fell by 710,000 However 183,000 people stopped looking for work and therefore no longer count among the jobless The share of Americans who either have a job or are looking for one the labor force participation rate slipped to 61.6% in September before the pandemic had exceeded 63% with demand for workers surging economists are a bit puzzled why so many have chosen to stay on the sidelines perhaps fear of becoming infected in public facing jobs struggles with child care some may be rethinking their careers or have simply chosen.
EXPLAINER: What's happening with the California oil spill?
"Oil has been washing up on southern California beaches all week since a leak in an underwater pipeline sent thousands of gallons of heavy crude into ocean waters this bill has filed the sands of Huntington beach and could keep some beaches closed for weeks or longer crude also washed into Talbert Marcia sensitive wetland it has been spotted down the Orange County coast as far as Dana point with tar balls reported as far south as Carlsbad in San Diego county it's still a mystery exactly how much is spilled the Coast Guard estimates between twenty five thousand and one hundred and thirty two thousand gallons cleanup crews and investigators are on the scene researchers say the impact on wildlife will take a while to understand crude oil components can linger beneath the ocean's surface and affect tiny organisms that are ingested by fish which are later eaten by birds marine mammals and people I'm Ben Thomas
Oil pipeline damage may have happened months before the massive oil spill
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Coast Guard says an anchor strike on the leaking pipeline off southern California's coast may have occurred months before the oil spill authorities investigating the oil pipeline break off southern California said Friday the original damage may have occurred much earlier than first thought we're fairly certain that there was one at least initiating incident that occurred several months to a year ago captain Jason Neubauer heads the U. S. Coast Guard office of investigations and analysis we are now sifting through one year worth of automatic identification system data radar images the leak was confirmed last weekend on Saturday morning the size of the spill remains unknown but the Coast Guard estimates that from twenty five thousand gallons to one hundred thirty two thousand gallons leaked off Huntington beach hi
Investigators board ship that was anchored near oil pipeline
"The U. S. coast guard's boarded a massive cargo ship as part of its investigation into the cause of the undersea pipeline rupture that sent oil spewing on to southern California beaches German flagship the Rotterdam express was being examined at the port of Oakland it was assigned to an anchorage that was the closest to the gash in the pipeline miles of Huntington beach which could have been caused by an anchor GPS tracking data suggested the ship had been moving but company officials deny it moved off anchorage and site it's log book as proof meanwhile the oil continues to foul the coastline California's department of fish and wildlife is seeking more help with the cleanup we need to get train people that know how to do this type of work so
Ship anchor suspected in pipeline break that fouled beaches
"The likely cause of that oil spill in the waters off southern California I ships anchor hooking dragging and splitting open the pipeline according to federal investigators federal investigators also say the pipeline owner didn't quickly shut down operations after a safety system alerted to a possible spill which sent up to a hundred and twenty six thousand gallons of heavy crude into the ocean off Huntington beach and we'll close beaches and stop local fishing for weeks the Coast Guard says a commercial ship reported a possible spill Friday night amplify energy didn't report this bill until the next morning CEO Martin Wilshire we were not aware of anything Friday night if there were reports like I said that they did not come to us meanwhile governor Gavin Newsom repeating its calls for the US to move beyond oil it's time once and for all disabuse ourselves that this has to be part of our future this
Ship anchor suspected in pipeline break that fouled beaches
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a ship's anchor may have caused the break in the pipeline that leaked tens of thousands of oil into the water off southern California federal transportation investigators say preliminary reports suggest an anchor may have hoped the pipeline creating a partial tear and causing the oil leak off the southern California coast Martin will share the C. E. O. of amplify energy spoke to reporters Tuesday afternoon I am not here to you know speculate about the cause there we a full investigation obviously the pipeline has been displaced the break in the line occurred about ninety eight feet beneath the surface roughly five miles off shore up to one hundred twenty six thousand gallons of heavy crude leaked into the ocean off Huntington beach and then washed on two miles of beaches and are protected marshland hi
As California frantically works to clean oil spill, advocates say the damage is already done
"And oil spill off of Orange County southern California could keep beaches and fishing they're closed for weeks respondents have doubled their efforts to clean up an oil spill off of Huntington beach according to U. S. Coast Guard captain Rebecca or we have a fleet of boats out there that are using containment boom to isolate that oil and collected and what we call scammers the suspected pipeline leaks at a hundred and twenty six thousand gallons of heavy crude into the ocean waters following the sands from Huntington to Laguna beach and heading southward environmentalists had feared that will might devastate birds and marine life that Michael's a Carty he's a veterinarian with the oiled wildlife care network said only four birds have been found so far amplify energy operates three oil platforms and the sixteen inch pipeline suspected in the league we have isolated one specific area of significant interest we
Major oil spill off Southern California fouls beaches
"A major oil spill off the coast of southern California shuts down beaches kills wildlife and cancels an air show at least a hundred and twenty six thousand gallons of oil spilled into the waters off aren't county areas along the coastline were closed for miles around Huntington beach pier Orange County supervisor Katrina Foley calls it an ecological disaster and says a petroleum stench permeates the air I feel like I might drink oil if you get this taste in your mouth just from the vapor in the air she says the oil slicks look like pancakes on the water and it's already killed fish and birds and harm the wetlands the cause of the spill is being investigated I'm Julie Walker
3,000 Eggs Abandoned After Drone Scares Birds in California
"Visitors ignoring the rules are loving the wildlife to death at a California park the Bolsa chica ecological reserve is a thirteen hundred acre coastal estuary in Huntington beach California according to the state department of fish and wildlife someone flew two drones over an island where thousands of elegant turns to lay their eggs one of the drones crashed in the marsh and several thousand turns fearing an attack from a predator abandon their nests now at a time when baby chicks would be hatching the sand is littered with the shells from three thousand eggs reserve manager Melissa Lobel says it's one of the largest scale abandonment of eggs ever at the coastal site the reserve has seen more visitors than usual during the pandemic that's led to more drone activity and also more dogs and bicycles all of which are prohibited I'm Jennifer king
Arrests in Huntington Beach After 'Adrian's Kickback' TikTok Party
"Last night? On BC on Channel four had had the first reports of what was going on party organized on TIC Tac is taking over Huntington Beach. Police declared an unlawful assembly hours ago. But that crowd is still out there and has now moved into the downtown area. Revving engines don't know pose promoted a party called Adrian's kickback. It got more than three million views, and this was a turnout 1000 people Officers trying to break up the party around eight tonight when they got rowdy anyway. Spoiler, it continued. And so this morning and by the way, I'm looking, I'm not hearing reports of vandalism or damage there. I'm not 2500 people are probably was But have you seen anything about looting? Vandalism damage? Um, no, no more than that normally is on a Saturday night here in Los Angeles, which, if it's not a riot, it's just partying. So this is
Huntington Beach Party Gets 'Unruly,' Declared Unlawful Assembly; Emergency Curfew Imposed
"A party with invites, sent on Tic tac and spread over social media took over part of Huntington Beach last night. Ah, crowd of thousands of people showed up on the beach and the party got rowdy police declared an unlawful assembly and put an emergency curfew into effect After fireworks were set
Vans Co-Founder Paul Van Doren Dies at 90
"Van Doren, The co founder of Vans, has died at the age of 90 vans based in Costa Mesa announced Van Doren's passing, calling him an innovator. Paul Van Doren and his brother, James, started the company with two other partners back in 1966 as the Van Doren Rubber Company and Anaheim Shoes they made became popular with skateboarders who, like the sticky soul vans later became the title sponsor for the U. S surfing Championship in Huntington Beach.
Los Angeles PD Officer Suspected of Possessing Child Porn
"Bye Rooter Hero. Officials in Long Beach say. An LAPD officer has been arrested for having child pornography of police Department says the 52 Year old is a resident of Long Beach and was arrested in Huntington Beach this morning. The officer is looking at four felony charges for allegedly having the child abuse
Tension among rival demonstrators at Huntington Beach rally
"Beach Police will have a ramped up presents for two rallies set today on the pier. One is a white Lives matter rally. The other a counter protests headed by the local black lives matter Chapter. Police say they will be prepared for whatever happens.
"huntington beach" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"People in California have more time to come up with their rent before getting booted out of their homes. The statewide eviction moratorium was set to expire on Sunday. This is really important step forward Governor Newsome signed legislation to extend the moratorium through June. It also sets aside $2.6 billion to help tenants cover background and small landlords cover costs. Assembly speaker Anthony Rendon says there's more to be done to keep people in their homes. This bill represents a reprieve but not to release the law creates a program allowing landlords to receive 80% of background from the state if they agree to forgive 20% of the unpaid amount Chris and Carl Okay, if I news, several council members in Huntington Beach have plans to take away a former mm a star's title as mayor Pro TEM the vote of No confidence scheduled for Monday claims Councilman Tito Ortiz has demonstrated little commitment to serving his mayor, Pro TEM with honor and dig. Maybe Mayor Kim Kerr says businesses are complaining about Ortiz is anti mask antics and support for Q and on the he campaigned on protecting small businesses that yet he continues to flaunt these conspiracy theories that are very unhealthy and not say for our community. The mayor, pro TEM title is mostly ceremonial, but the move is to ensure Ortiz doesn't slide into the mayor role next year. Ortiz has not responded to requests for comment in Orange County, Corbin Carson Ko Phi News, a doctor in Beverly Hills, has been sentenced to three years probation and Hours and hours of community service for his part in a $150 million medical fraud. Dr. Mario Rosenberg has also been ordered to pay nearly $3 million in restitution. Officials say Rosenberg and three other doctors perform or than 1000 unnecessary surgeries in Orange County over the span of about 20 years and a tree in Cucamonga. Has produced a giant enormous orange. It's 21 inches around weighs £2.5. And that's no pulp fiction. The woman with the huge orange, of course. Lives.
"huntington beach" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Now I like Should I sing diagnosed from him Now? One thing is he loves Kobe Bryant. So if you guys get Shane on the phone, especially with Kobe's anniversary coming up This is going to mean a lot. Bring it up to him. He likes the Lakers Patriots Red Sox. He eats, sleeps and breathes helping you guys like this kid's fired up. He's gonna make you want to run through that wall and get some savings like anytime. I need energy on my team. Shane is that guy? He's not going. Let's go. Let's go. So if you hear that, in the background that is definitely shamed the processor. Andre is one of my personal favorites. She moved from the Miami office. Work in California. I'm going to run into Nellie guarantee when I go to Nordstrom's later she's always there shopping, so it's a fun crew. That's a great combination right there. Sherry. I've seen your name over the years. A couple of times, so means a lot. You wrote this reveal your from my neck of the woods. I live on the county line like the half of my houses. Huntington Beach. The back house by the pool is actually found Valley. So you're in my hood. You're in my neighborhood. It means a lot that you wrote this so from Network capital and from Shane, Oman and the rest of the team. This means the war Rolled for you guys that took the time to write these five star reviews these people reporting in a ton of work like I know Shane works a minimum 12 hours a day, and when you guys write these, it's like it's validation for the work we're doing so it means the world. So if you guys have a chance, hurry up and hook up your bankers with a five star review or calling the 855 on radio and let them know how good of a job they're doing. Take a look at the markets blessings today. You might be impressed with how much you can save the number. 855 on radio..
"huntington beach" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"In Huntington beach California another state that's under lockdown of a hay to radical Democrat governor Gavin Newsom although it does have great hair I can't really I it's me rich on the mark Levin show high how are you great how are you well I'm okay because I'm in at least I'm in Orange County where we have a little bit more freedom because the police are not willing to fight against you know some of the things that Gavin Newsom has put it under but I want to say that I'm a hairdresser I've been out of work this whole time I did the whole day at home saying I did everything I was supposed to be only started expanding thing I got involved in the reopen California reopen Orange County and I work at a salon that border were in Orange County but borders LA county and a week and a half after I posted my pictures because it was my free will to do so I got a screen shot from the people that I work for and a message telling me that I had no business doing that but I was wasting everybody's lied and that I didn't hear it clearly I didn't think it was important and that it was unacceptable I then said well you know our that is if if I called it that if I follow the rules of everybody else and then I would have a chair still at the salon when I came back or when they re open I said how do you know that everybody is doing a hundred percent of what they're supposed to do they basically said that clearly that I wasn't they couldn't please everybody so long story short I I I quit but what it did was it made me realize that they were trying to put their foot on my throat and I started getting a lot more active so I've been to all the rally in Huntington beach I and actually traveled to Sacramento tomorrow for the day the March on the capitol I am I'm frustrated as all get out because what I'm trying to what I'm trying to get across even my own kids who kind of are part of this culture right now is that they're saying things like you know a work stoppage this is selfish behavior and that we're just giving you wanting to work his selfish behavior wanting to work is that right I want to be able to have our freedom all of it right and my thing is like you know what it's about everyone because it's not just about the people that are getting sick from the virus it's about the people that are suicidal better to crash right into the city all of these things and they are that is everybody that includes everyone six hundred doctors signed a letter to the president over six hundred saying those exact same things about the mental health crisis in this country isolation and suicide everything else listen I I I feel for you and I I admire your courage I really do Kimberly and thank you for the phone call there are a lot of people out there who are standing up to this right now they have to and look you're not selfish for wanting to work and feed your family something selfish about that I'm so tired of hearing that doesn't mean you want to hurt people are there people sicker make people die that that that's all the problem you hear from the people that just can't think logically and so they wind up insulting you Mike my governor in Jersey.
"huntington beach" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Huntington beach and other communities in Orange County also reached agreement so you just have to if you want to go you have to keep moving with your swimming surfing walking running you just can't live there and sunbathe all day that's kind of the deal I would have faked a twisted ankle we will get back to John the story finished last hour with it is kind of interesting weapon open Ventura county the chief health officer there says that if you have coronavirus anyone isolated home will you pay to have your own bathroom the Russell gonna take you out of that home and take you where we don't know but we you're going to be dragged out of the home that's very interesting yeah I think they're checking on people every day and I've delved into account cases but yeah well talk about that but we give them like still now herd immunity by chance by continuing to make news or the problems with the meat processing plants coded cases plants being shut down or partially shut down and in suing supply shortages let's get him on for the latest allocate our guys yes this is a S. supplying demand problem that that you've got the plants that have been going down they've had covert cases in the plant some of had some gas in the plants as well and now we've heard via the warnings for a couple of weeks but now we're seeing it on the average consumer level that if you try to go to some Wendy's they're having problems getting enough beef in fact we found one in northern California that you pull up and you say give me a double with cheese and they're gonna say and not doing it.
"huntington beach" Discussed on 790 KABC
"In Huntington beach J. A. B. C. is tracking the corona virus pandemic twenty four seven to keep you informed I'm tolerate now let's check traffic ABC medical traffic right now both directions of the five Golden State freeway close from Griffith park up to sun valley because of the bridge demolition project the closure starts if you're heading north from the one thirty four Ventura freeway up to the one seventy Hollywood freeway the closure in effect until two o'clock tomorrow morning Caltrans also busy on the northbound side of the seven ten where the three left hand lanes are taken away for Caltrans repairs between Atlantic bend Deanie and the five freeway junction and we had an earlier incident cleared out of lanes it was on the the west ninety one right at the seven ten freeway junction in north Long Beach no delays through the area that's dependable traffic hi Mike Morris M. seven ninety KABC hi it's Clark fielding let's be honest sometimes we find ourselves or a loved one dealing with a massive injury caused by a terrible accident through no fault of our own sometimes it's simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time and we're traumatized shell shocked and maybe even riding in an ambulance for the very first time guys just like you prepare for earthquakes and fires I want you to prepare in case you are involved in a major accident it's critical to know who to call first this is exactly why I became a lawyer to help you in a crisis our legal practices focus on justice and resources for you because we understand how the system works and what to do in the most horrific crisis you need to put my number in your phone under accident so all you have to do is press the call button believe me you'll feel better having set this up now eight three three eighty eight shark that's eight three three eighty eight shark with the population.
"huntington beach" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Huntington beach has similar restrictions seal beach in Laguna beach remained closed hundreds of immigrants in San Bernadino county have been ordered out of the ice Atlanta detention center by a judge in LA because of covet nineteen the judge ruled one hundred immigrants must be deported transferred or released by Monday and another one hundred fifty detainees must be out by Thursday ACLU attorney Jessica Bansal says the pact facility as a potential cobit nineteen tender box save share small cells for eight people crystal one toilet per sale up to seventy or eighty people sharing shower facilities the judge ruled the population of thirteen hundred immigrants at the facility must be reduced by may fourth until people can maintain six feet of social distancing in LA Corbin Carson KFI news president trump says the country has made great strides in the battle against Kobe nineteen nationwide to percent of testing come back positive has declined very significantly last week roughly thirty eight percent of the test in New York were positive this week that number is down to twenty eight percent trump also said the rate of new infections in New York is down fifty percent compared to a week ago he also says the first at home testing kit for Kobe nineteen has just been approved by the FDA so cal whether from calfire will be sunny breezy and hot today for right now it's sixty nine degrees about valley seventy two in brass seventy four England or in seventy seven Hawthorne we lead local light from the calf I twenty four hour news room I'm rob didn't long beach we have a work zone this is on the four oh five north bound from the seven tenet to Alameda Caltrans gonna be taking away the two left lanes until eight in the morning watch for delays throughout that area and in diamond bar this is on.
"huntington beach" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Right we are going to go to Huntington beach we have some issues there on the streets this is down where Corbin Carson was a near the pier at the along main street in Huntington beach and traffic's pretty jammed up through that whole stretch both directions of Pacific coast highway pretty jammed up between first St and tenth St also main street is just solid both directions away from P. C. H. as you make your way back towards six street and walnut Avenue as he mentioned were a lot of the action was is also pretty slammed at this point Irvine on the five north bound very slow moving right now getting away from the fifty five freeway all the way to seventeenth street where there's a work sound let's check out Anaheim hills with Michael Bryant K. affine the sky sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com H. quite a bit of volume here ninety one eastbound loading up way back at imperial highway now it's not locked up but it is certainly slow well out through Green River it does loosen up a bit there and then you'll be back on the brakes as you approach the fifteenth doubt that fifteen or two fifteen northbound at about box brings a critical earlier trouble spot there that's still recovering back to cactus should start to recover pretty pretty quickly here at the northbound side of the or should say the south outside the two fifteen he gets going there from riverside interchangeable about central injured in an accident this is super woman super lawyer dot com Mike o'brien KFI and this guy he and Brian this guy helps get you there faster I mean Joe Martinez this hour of the John and Ken show is brought to you by A. I. S. auto insurance specialist visit A. I. S. insurance dot com today we'll check your forecast next.
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"huntington beach" Discussed on KCRW
"Huntington beach as K. C. R. W.'s Evan George reports that appears to have been caused by a transformer explosion and southern California Edison is still investigating hundreds of people turned out for the Old World village Oktoberfest on Saturday for the Bavarian pretzels appear in music in the docks and traces but patrons started reporting flickering lights and then the smell of gas coming from an underground vault outside the restaurant the fire department was responding around eight PM when a series of explosions rocked the festival and prompted an immediate evacuation two firefighters and three others were injured socal Edison crews worked overnight to replace three damage transformers interest or power to hundreds of customers Old World village stayed shut on Sunday well the utility company investigates the exact cause when NBC reporting the owner of the Old World of Old World village burning bishop was one of the people injured it happened while he was X. corps escorting firefighters to that vault for officials say he took the brunt of the blast and he's being hailed as a hero for ushering customers away from the area Santa Ana residents and the ACLU are pushing to establish a civilian run oversight commission in the city's police department they said they want better transparency and accountability as crime remains high in police continue to get accusations of misconduct KCRW contributor Gustavo Arellano says it's not a new concept residents have been asking for one since the nineteen sixties the well activists are committee members say is that you need citizens who have nothing to do with the police department sort of to act as objective observers of what goes on anytime there's any allegations malfeasance in the book with the police or with the police department he says it and its police department is one of the largest and most controversial in Orange County that's why residents say built in oversight by other government agencies just isn't enough yeah you do have a district attorney's office even have the Attorney General and the city council but a lot of those times those people are so seated with the police department Arianna's as a civilian review commission won't happen in Santa Ana support for NPR comes from MD Anderson cancer center were positions treat all types of cancer with the team of nearly twenty one thousand all devoted to ending cancer and providing hope to patients more had making cancer history dot com I want to pass this on to you again cal state Long Beach shelter in place orders have now been lifted a cal state Long Beach and university police currently have the sole suspect in custody a campus of police received a credible threat this afternoon about three forty five walking down the campus it's four thirty five this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Mary Louise Kelley and I'm ari Shapiro the U. S. Supreme Court today open what promises to be an explosive term on the docket our cases that when decided will please and infuriate big groups of people NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg was in the courtroom this morning and she's here in the studio with us now hi Nina hi ari tell us why this is already seen as such an important term of the court look president trump came into office and filled two Supreme Court vacancies in two years the first was conservative justice Neil Gorsuch filling the seat of another conservative Philip justice Antonin Scalia then in twenty eighteen justice Anthony Kennedy a more centrist conservative retired and was replaced by justice Brett Kavanaugh who as a lower court judge had a far more hard core conservative records and Kennedy's so now you have big big controversies coming up and the switch in personnel can make all the difference give us an example of like there's a big abortion case coming up this term house a switch from Kennedy to Cavanaugh likely impact that case so in twenty sixteen justice Kennedy cast the deciding fifth vote to invalidate a Texas law that the court said was both unnecessary to protect women's health and that impose an undue burden on a woman's right to terminate a pregnancy now comes Louisiana with a lot of it it is minutes is just about identical to the one in Texas a law that a federal trial judge said would leave at most just one clinic in the state and one doctor who would be allowed to perform abortions at the clinic and the question is will the court stick by its president or will it start down the road to striking down or hollowing out roe versus Wade and that's just one example but you can replicate it to one degree or another on a whole panoply of other issues gun rights separation of church and state LGBT Q. rights immigration and the status of the so called dreamers and presidential power on each of these justices Cavanaugh and Gorsuch have records that are far more conservative than an hour retired justice Kennedy so to pivot from the term as a whole to the case that was argued today tell us what happened in court this morning it was a case about the insanity defense yes the insanity defense dates back to well before the founding of this country it's based on the idea that mentally ill individuals who can't differentiate right from wrong are not morally culpable from the mid eighteen hundreds through the end of the twentieth century American law pretty uniformly had a not guilty by reason of insanity defense and forty six states still do provide for that defense but Kansas and three other states do not and the question is whether that violates the constitution so whether a state can get rid of the insanity defense all together and and I understand the case at the center of this argument involves a pretty awful crime right a horrific crime James Kahler shot and killed his ex wife her elderly mother and his two teenage daughters and he let his son who you like more get away Kahler was tried and sentenced to death under Kansas law which does not provide for an explicit insanity defense in the law basically said that as long as the defendant had the intent to kill his mental state is essentially irrelevant now I have to say sorry that this particular defendant didn't get much sympathy from the justices today justice Kagan said that she couldn't imagine the defendant here being found not guilty by reason of insanity no matter no matter what the standard is and Chief Justice Roberts chimed in that the evidence of insanity here was pretty weak spot the justices were also worried about making the definition so strict that clearly insane people would be punished as if they were saying can you give us an example what he meant by that well just as prior for instance presented this hypothetical you have to defendant's one shoots and kills a guy named Smith but he thinks Smith is a dark the second no Smith is a person but thinks the dog told him to do it okay as justice prior put it both of these guys are crazy why just Kansas say one is guilty and one is not pragmatically what's the difference so just as Cabela S. isn't there a bass line it's been historically accepted about moral culpability justice Kagan chimed in at that point noting that historically the insanity defense for was for insane people and for people who were at the time as she put it called idiots people who lack the mental capacity to understand that what they were doing was wrong bottom line these are not easy questions NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg thank you and good luck with the blockbuster term ahead thank you are a a father's quest to catch the earliest signs of eye disease and prevent loss of vision is making progress five years ago and PR reported the story of Brian Shaw son Noah and how he lost.
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"Oktoberfest celebration in Huntington beach fire department battalion chief Jeff Lopez says two of those hurt firefighters it's not abnormal that in a in an underground vault when there's one explosion it can be followed by others and in this case there was he says this happened near the Old World village Oktoberfest celebration last night woman in Florida has boarded a delta airlines flight without a ticket the airline says the woman was taken off the plane the world the passengers who had to be restrained officials say a member of the flight crew as the woman for ID when it was found she was sitting in someone else a seat Orlando police say the woman said she threw the ticket away and did not have ID on her the TSA officials said the woman went through security delta says it's working with law enforcement and the TSA to figure out how she got on board that's a road work in commerce on the seven ten yeah this is on the seven ten south bound from the five to Atlantic three rightly is going to be shut down until eleven this evening your drivers but low speeds throughout that area in Boyle heights this is on the ten west bound right after five we have a crash involving a pedestrian taking up the two left lanes there are bridges the crews are on the scene your drive is starting to stack up of just before Soto in fountain valley four oh five north bound at Euclid we have a crash of an emergency crews out there out of leave that on the right shoulder but you're seeing some look a little late as you approach this area KFI in the sky helps get you there faster I'm Brian Vance when it comes to your identity in the personal information on your devices there's no sound track to let you know you're in danger.
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"Be used wisely and if we're already providing significant amount of funding that is not being utilized and you still have the problem then obviously you know it there needs to be some some further discussion. our senses LA also needs to get to the root of what's causing homelessness such as over regulation of construction limited sanitation efforts and inefficient use of existing funds. let's go back to that crash on the four oh five in Lawndale seven side of the four of five at Hawthorne Boulevard which if they start to clear the right lane here but the drive overall to be very heavy coming out of west LA from about will sure unfortunately more delays ahead from just before western that's gonna stay crowded into Huntington beach the beach Boulevard let's check in now with Mike o'brien KFI in the sky spots by injury attorney superwoman super lawyer dot com looking at the drive into Downey yeah I have troubles there all the dark outside of the five at Garfield it's like a three act at a blocking the right lane self that is now backing of brutality back office six oh five and at that point it means for getting the normal falling all the way at a point a part that's point on at southbound side of the fly the GF would be still like most of the way to play the part just a good pocket around a six oh five and another trouble spot the sixty or fifty three ninety one westbound approaching the fifty seven they're just very up on the right shoulder there but that the extra tight all of the fifty five if the accident is a super Walmart super lawyers dot com Michael Brian K. outline this guy gave finds good healthy either faster in jail in quality matters it everything you buy right every service every on whether it's a car it's your clothes at your mattress if you end up in a car accident you.
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"Live in Huntington beach anymore in about a year and a half the rent was raised forty percent nearly said good city I love Huntington beach I would love to come back and live here but with the rants going up as much as they are I don't thing I would be able to come back so my dad he's a low income renter who was pushed out of his home by rising prices he is exactly the kind of person the governor Newsome says he is trying to help with this lawsuit but he's also a fierce opponent of more building you would rather have to leave Huntington beach to keep the city the same way it is rather than be able to live here but see it change yes even now I come down here to visit friends and I always in a way I get excited thinking I'm going to Huntington beach to see places that I have been around it for many many years and this is what is so challenging about all this I mean housing is an area where economic policy collides with people's sense of identity and identity is messy it's not always rational it doesn't really fit into a city zoning plan sort of like get injure Avenue sorry is Raffi on NPR news last month Mexico made a deal with the United States to crack down on central American migrants were trying to make their way to the U. S. border in June Mexico arrested and deported the highest number of migrants in more than ten years and there were questions about how this topic tough approach would play in Mexico Mexico but new public polling shows that Mexicans are in favor of the strategy James Frederick has the story from Mexico City a poll conducted by The Washington Post in Mexican newspaper Reforma shows fifty five percent of respondents think migrants should be deported back to their home country for years the largest share of migrants going to the U. S. came from Mexico but now with thousands of central Americans fleeing violence repression and poverty Mexico has become primarily a transit country for migrants late last year when a large migrant caravan March through Mexico poll showed a majority of Mexicans thought their country should help the caravan but support for migrants has eroded since cloudy alone and studies migration in Mexico in the operations director of the Jesuit refugee service she says anti immigrant sentiment often comes from local media is continual you have one minute to seventeen and then ask there's nothing you can and she says the content and style of local news often frames migrants as criminals it's a compelling narrative in a country experiencing its highest levels of violent crime ever but she says there's no evidence that immigrants are a driving force behind crime another issue is the growing number of asylum seekers stuck in Mexico under US policy known as remain in Mexico nearly twenty thousand asylum seekers have been sent back to Mexico to wait months or even years for their asylum case to be heard in the US but six in ten people polled said migrants are a burden on the country his cloudy alone again based content that's the one that's assembled a cycle not none of the band she says in a country so much inequality poverty and abandonment by public institutions you're going to generate resentment it seems this is now a fight of the poor versus the poor she says another important detail in the fall president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador whose administration is leading the crackdown on migrants has a seventy percent approval rating the Mexican government may have public support but it faces steeper challenges as tens of thousands of people hoping to request asylum in the US may now be stuck in Mexico surrounded by a public that doesn't want them for NPR news I'm James Frederick in Mexico City this is NPR news and this is WNYC in New York good morning I'm Richard hake five twenty nine seventy four degrees we do have overcast skies right now in New York City we could see some more showers and thunderstorms this morning and then again later on this afternoon it will be warm today and humid highs are eighty six degrees chance of showers and thunderstorms later tonight and then tomorrow mostly sunny warmer highs near ninety four degrees it'll feel much more warmer with the humidity and then Saturday even warmer than that highs are ninety seven degrees WNYC is supported by film at Lincoln center presenting the inaugural summer of film season with free screenings filmmaker talks outdoor movies and signature series now through September tickets in line of that film link dot org this is W. NYC ninety three point nine FM and he and eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly authorities in Japan say there are fatalities at an animation production studio in Kyoto today that's where police and fire officials say a man screaming set the three story building on fire after spring an unidentified liquid accelerate at least seven people are known dead other reports put that number higher the suspect was apprehended and taken to a hospital TV video shows some windows on the building blown out the house has voted to hold Attorney General William Barr and commerce secretary Wilbur Ross in contempt of Congress this after the two did not comply with subpoenas related to the trump administration's unsuccessful efforts to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty census questions been blocked by the courts Republican senator Johnny.
"huntington beach" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Name the weekend? Hello, nicki. In Huntington beach. How you doing? Doing how are you? I'm good. Just telling city and everybody here that I had this weird dreams. The Jonas brothers were in my dream, but they were with me as guests watching my dream. Very, very strange. I couldn't like dreaming of them next to me, but we're watching a movie of my dream through my dream. They weren't like featured stars in the dream. They were in the audience of the dream like I was in the audience of dream. I don't know what it means. Crazy. I can't say that. I know what it means. I can tell you a really weird thing that I had probably be, well, it was probably the only thing that I can actually remember I and in reality dreams, my lack, like two seconds. But to say last like a really true. I can. Yeah. So much detail in those two seconds. Ben. Who knows you know. And so I had this one dream where I fit in a tree, and I and I woke up, it kind of like where am I and I realized I was in cemetery. And I'm like, what the heck am I doing here and I look around and I feel like a funeral going on, on my God. I started crying. And then, you know how funeral they have like a big picture of the person the way it was me. No, you died. Apparently I was like, and I kinda like eat like when you get a shock gotta like like what the heck did. I and once I saw that it was a picture of me migraine was over, and I woke up your heart pounding my heart. You can dream that you die. Right. Like you can never die in your dreams. Oh, I don't know about that. No. But it's like an eye pretty weird dreams that I can't remember like that I went on a date with McCarthy from dream street, but I do. New dream. I had no. Yeah. But it was the weirdest dream. I told my husband and like babe I just had a weird when I told him he was like, like, like crazy. Well, I'm glad you're okay. And it was just a dream. Why nightmare? Thank you for you. We are it like we get what does that saying it me it me it me? All right. Thanks for calling tiny it me this, you know, it me Daniel ME when ACA, how are you? Hello. So speaking of dreams you at random on what was yours. The most random during that my house, her daughter's birthday party. Cooking on my co. Was there. That's a fantasy. Yeah. Awkward. Wow. Had a birthday party, your house, very cool. Cardi B party at my house. The mall was he was a guest at the point. Things are looking up. We were you near that the RV car-chase yesterday. Yeah. Did you see any of it or what did you know about it? I thought on live on Facebook. Yes. Well, sleep. Well tonight, thanks for calling. By next. We're gonna pay a Bill in south L, Monte, stick.
"huntington beach" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Huntington beach has struggled to find a place for the court ordered homeless shelter. He proposes a site hundred show up to say, it's not going there. Mayor Eric Peterson says the city identified thirty property owners and received twenty eight. No, thank you. You take a map of the city of Huntington beach and put your finger on it. There's no place here away from really anything having to do with children, the community parks or schools city faces a lawsuit. If it can't come up with a plan votes expected on the current industrial site in may, but it too has met with significant community resistance at Huntington beach city hall corporate Carson, KFI news. Nearly a dozen tent pitched along Jefferson Boulevard outside USC to represent homelessness in the area. People who live nearby said, the continuous development and gentrification has forced them out of their home. Everytime. USC expands further and further out with student housing native Angelenos, I live around the area experience, a spike in rents and that. She's them out protesters. They plan to camp out near campus for the rest of the week trying to raise awareness about the issue news brought to you by American vision. Windows officials in Malibu or not waiting to recover from last fire season before gearing up for the next one Melba was the only spot in southern California singled out by the governor's wildfire. Emergency declaration, which calls for prescribed burns on state land in high risk areas. Such as the four hundred acres around big rock sent an area where it's just vegetated Malibu public safety manager. Susan Dwayne says there are neighborhoods nearby but conditions would need to be perfect for burn. We're gonna be working closely with the neighborhood doing outreach trying to Laney concerns. People have. LA county. Fire will be briefing. The city council on the details of the plan next month in Malibu, Chris ancarlo, KFI news, Laguna beach, say police car is not the place for old glory. American flag recently painted inside the word police on eleven squad cars, some people say too aggressive militaristic and takes away from the Arctic feel of the beach community city councilman Peter Blake says police cards are supposed to look assertive. Why would there be an issue about a government vehicle driven by government employees in the in the state of California in the United States of America? Why would have flag the an issue? The city will hear public comment and reconsider the red white and blue graphic at the next city council meeting that's hall in Laguna beach corporate Carson KFI waiting until the last minute to file income taxes may not have to beat the clock ABC's. Rebecca, Jarvis says procrastinators have options can file for an extension. It will give you six months until October fifteenth to put all of that information together and put a proper tax form together. Jarvis says no matter when you file it's better to overestimate your tax burden than. Underestimated recent NBC, Wall Street Journal poll showed most Americans don't think they even got a tax cut this year. Only seventeen percent of those bolt said they believed their taxes went down. Visitors to DC will soon be able to get another bird's eye view the Washington Monument, which has been close twenty sixteen we'll reopen sometime in August. The monument was closed for the construction of a new visitor facility. And for repairs of the elevator. That takes visitors to the five hundred foot up survey shin level, the monument was originally scheduled to reopen this spring, but that had to be pushed back the monument first opened in eighteen eighty eight. It was shut down in twenty eleven after a five point eight earthquake caused cracks and shook some of its mortar loose it reopened following a fifteen million dollar renovation and closed.
"huntington beach" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Forest seventy four marina del Rey. Seventy six in Burbank. We lead local from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm any king. Johny Ken show. John kobylt Ken chiampou KFI AM, six forty. What do we have to do today? Oh, we have to present voice line people. They take over the show now part of the five o'clock hour at five twenty and five fifty. We did we clean the dumpster. I mean, the horse was in there last Friday. You like this? Into animals Huntington beach is in the dumps a horse was stuck in a dumpster last Friday in Huntington beach and bazaar dumpster turned out it was and he made a bigger mess of it got a little nervous. If you get what I mean. So we're gonna throw today's hack into the same. Her horse in there. Well, don't hurt the horse. No, no horse. It's big enough. So didn't didn't throw the horse in Missouri. He'll say did. No did not know. You don't want to don't want an animal intestinal, really. Is it a horse would fall in our dumpster for the hacks? But we do have a hack for the dumpster. John coupons dropping by at four o'clock. And boy, do we have a lot of questions for him. Well, there's there's another round of taxes just over the horizon. And not only that we want to John was no feel you'll be against a porn tax. Should we watch will? Yeah. Because actually that's part of a larger thing that I wanna discuss. Okay. All right. All right. And also with the end of the teachers strike there's word that they're going to band together to try to get a proposition passed which will be on the ballot and twenty twenty dealing with prop thirteen and not your home. But if you're a business owner commercial property, you would be affected by this. And it might bring in billions and the schools want that money. So that was part of the discussions in ending the teachers strike, and by the way, we have to go we have to go to the Garcetti for president desk. Apparently he emerged from the end of this teacher strike. He went to the mayors conference in Washington all hailed all the media bowed. How did you do it? How did you end that strike? Oh, are you going to run? And he said, stay tuned Winker. Yeah. Wow. Eddie tried to coin a new word. Did you see that mystery? You'll see it. Okay. We'll talk about it. I didn't notice it would help. If you read. I don't have to read to know. What goes on exactly know what goes on that? Beat his chest. And is exactly the theme of the show for the last thirty one years. I don't have to read to know what I know. I know what I know I'm docking to trust these people in the media anymore discredited. You're right. But you have to read the times just for the laughs. And mark. I want you to reduce because we got a mock that's like the comics section, and we have to make fun of fake news. All right. So yesterday during this hour, remember what happened anybody anybody? Remember, what happened you you're worthless? Amy king remembers what happened? I do not oh the guy got on the freeway signed downtown. I have a friend who was driving and she took her like three and a half hours to get home. Because of that, we're she like in that way, you couldn't turn around and couldn't do anything. She just driving and just got stuck. I think she was just stuck because she was down like at the Coliseum or near that area. Just got stuck in the gridlock. Because if you're you're between the exits like you can get off at the next exit. If you can nudge there, but but if you're stuck right where they closed it. And there's no exit in front of you. You're screwed for the whole. He was there. What four hours a tip thirty five thirty three hours. Did you hear Conway show last night? He had people calling in who'd been stuck. I did hear some of that. Yes. They had quite the story. The first woman came on and said, they should've shot him. Why didn't they shoot him? Second person comes on and said, why didn't they push them off the ledge KFI? That's sure is I think that's any reasonable person. I think that's what the policy mild with your stun gun dart-gun thing. I said a dart gun or your gas him? Close like tear gas, and rubber this is and fall off. Oh, well, and the callers are going showed him push him off. Right. The mob say up the ante fast chased him with the torches. Now, we don't know who he is. I'm a little annoyed because I'm looking looking to look at there's no updates. We have a right to know who he is. And what he was doing up there. Do we not? I got nailed by that. Because I go down the five freeway, it'll take the one on one. But everybody was moving over, right? Because of the diversion. The five freeway was freaking awful. I got off and it went around Dodger Stadium to Sunset Boulevard. And oh my God. That was awful. And I was forty minutes late getting home. There was no way out even though it was over. Well. Yeah. But you had three hours worth of traffic back from all directions. Plus all the people who are trying to. Taken all to avert all you need is to wipe out one of these roads. And that's it for the rest of the day and the rest of the night, and all the all the all the surface streets, and the boulevards everything. No, I'm saying. Yeah. You know, what they should shoot him. Why shouldn't they shoot him? Well, why you want me to have it around? You get the death penalty for doing that. Is that your yes? When you inconvenience thousands and thousands of people are we gonna open up for instant, John. Win win. I will not contest. I think there was a single person. Stuck in traffic goes, oh, I'm very worried about the emotional problems that this man is going through one of the news stations found a woman, and she did say that. She goes, I hope they solve it peacefully. This is nothing compared to what that man may be going through your you serious. Did I heard her? I told you I may have been cherry picking. I hope I think they were Jerry. California. There's a lot of empathy. I think virtually everybody in the car was going. Why don't they just shirt all we know is Chris ancarlo who is there? Kind of winning unfolded seem to indicate a homeless man that these services people were chasing. Yeah. Right because he may have been high. Right. So what do you don't have this situation going on in the rest of the country? Greg crazy vagrancy whacked out on on some crazy drug haul traffic hours. Do you see this going on in Rhode Island? No, this is going on in Indiana, North Dakota, Alabama where you're headed knows ballot initiative because we don't sell this. Like, I said the other day I was through Beverly Hills twice this week. I m me. They work under the same laws that Garcetti does. And instead you crossed the line from Beverly Hills into L A and Garcetti's sprout up everywhere, all these tents all these encampment all these little guards cities. Oh, and by the way, not long after that somebody jumped off the five freeway in Anaheim is dead. I heard that driving home. It's like, wow, we've got another freeway shutdown. Can you imagine getting getting Sigler northbound lanes five fifty three PM last night matching getting jammed in both of those? But this guy didn't fool around. He just jumped. I don't know. That's what you ought to do. I mean, if you're gonna do this just go jump right away. Well, except no. Because if there's a body on the freeway, which is what they call it. It takes hours. You have to close it down into a complete. To take measurements. You have to successor. He a forensic scene. It's a homicide. No, you get a snow shovel. And you you scoop. That's right. I put him in a dumpster once found a dead squirrel on my front driveway. I got a shovel. And I didn't flip the shovel upside down, and he went to the bottom of the garbage. Can that's what you do with one of those guys got a shovel. Do you ever have think that things just come and go streaks because today, I got on the four zero five freeway is a single Lert bricks bricks gift to close the freeway down to remove bricks horrendous backup, which I pay no attention to it until I got stuck in. It was it a spillover, you know, you're watching some people exit, and I'm like, oh, this is bigger than I think I'd better. Tune in for traffic. Did they didn't say just bricks on the freeway? I every Garcetti emptied his head. My father fell out of his car. I every day turn the ways at before. I back into my drink. I should do because you know, how it works one day. I don't. Is that there's a ninety minute traffic jam because you know, a vagrant running loose. There's a vagrant on top of a highway sign is a pile of bricks in the road. Right. When we come back all while the partial government shutdown temporarily over and then we'll play back some clips from our interview with Roger stone who made the news today for being arrested in his pajamas by the FBI in Fort Lauderdale, Florida wasn't the crime. Pajamas? Okay. Know, I think people arrested was released on bond hours later. Did they have to make such a big scene of arresting them last night? And they tipped off CNN. That's what Trump says. Yeah. Right. Says that they figured it out because there was a bunch of an act a flurry of activity around the grand jury stuff. And so they just kind of put somebody there just in case was he there for like days. I don't believe anything CNN says. Really, San what they said f Ed fake news network. Johnny get KFI. Amy king.
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"That they're going on the show because they want to take we talk about Heather. Well, they they want to go on the show because they want to be on the bachelor they didn't know about. Let's talk about had there who has apparently never been kissed and lives in Huntington beach Badische. She's so cute. She's so cute. She's from California, if she was from, you know, I don't want to insult any states here. But if if she was from a really quiet town, no that's standard something else going on here, maybe chooses to not kiss anybody. Maybe she's nervous. I don't know. But they definitely kiss in the season showed a promo. I just I know I was actually kind of pissed that they showed promo of them kissing, Dan. They despoil that you get your first kiss on the show. Yeah. But sometimes when they show the promos. Just show the entire season. Demi we talk about Demi yet EMMY is going to be quote, unquote, the villain. I liked her at first I think she's super pretty obviously, that's a given. They're all gorgeous on the show. She's a little conceited for my liking everything that she was saying when she after she was talking to colon. She was like, oh, he, you know, he said, my is really pretty, and he really liked my hair. And like, of course, he has a crush on this like you're being a little conceited for my liking. Now. I kid you not that this girl. Reminds me so much of of another girl like from my hometown. As unfortunate. That's like my that that I've really I feel like I'm watching her on my screen, just like the way they kind of act and like the big personnel. And then they look exactly the same. It's like freaking me out a little bit. But I mean for looking like her because she's beautiful beautiful. But it's no I'm really Demio stick around for a long time. A long time clearly showed it in the promo. They also feel like our banking on. Maybe her mom getting out of jail moms in jail for peasant hometown. So for mom gets out of jail in time to be on the show. That's great. Because it'll be like they'll reunite together. She has seen her mom. Here's my new point for me colon. Yes. And her mom's be the only dramatic part of this season. Because right now, I feel like snooze the germ only dramatic part of the season is probably Colton hopping offense and running away. Did we I mean? Laughed so hard at that. Because like their air. He's gone. He's gone the end of the promo. They ended with we can't find him. He's gone. What did he do is? He running away. Of course, when I was watching I made Hank watch. And he was like maybe eight edible and he just got loss red away. Like, this is the bachelor they don't do that on the bad other. Okay. This is obviously some poison the produce something look interesting, and they make like a horror film, the haunting of the bachelor mansion it was insane. I'm like, but I was also laughing. A..