36 Burst results for "Irvine"
Fresh update on "irvine" discussed on Blogging the Boys
"Do we not know what an effing football move. Is i cannot. I cannot and will not ever get over that as long as i lived. This will end. Like i can i. That was dave's guy. What part of my birthday present was dave. Got me a cameo from gene's territory and who's like who is now than it would have been a catch was like fuck you catch then. Nothing like this is a torturous gift. It's the same thing. I'm like if dean blandino ever like comes on my screen. I'm like turn it off. Turn it off. I don't wanna hear your shits kinda like i can't look at your they like to. He's like parties analysts now or whatever so they always like go to him during games. And i'm just like oh that name triggered also. My dad's name is jeans. That's difficult for me. You know all around yeah. I didn't think about that interesting. well That was a moment. In time. That i will not ever forget but also i wish i could Wow one person who also actually this is like segue and kind of nicely like. i think. We're pretty good job. Because i now have a story about another eighty eight. So it's kinda going well And hopefully we're not like boring. You guys like this is what i do. I like to relive my glory days. Honestly this week was warning to death. So now we're just you know talking her shit so here we have So you know drinking game alert. If i say. Did you know that. I use to run training camp drink. So you're on drink five now but back when i used to run training camp I had a bunch of interns and we used to communicate by walkie-talkie in mito. It was really fun. It was awesome. You talk outdated for of communication however underrating yes buried under lar- nevertheless fine cell phones over like yellow or something that came out like maybe they're sprint phones back in the day that we're like i think there for construction workers mainly or they were targeted towards them. They're like half cell phone half walkie talkie yes netflix. Maybe i should bring that back. I mean in the ringing back. The motor royal motorola razors. Do i'm kind of here for that. Like maybe get a burner. Just so i can have a razor again. I love that. Actually can it be mine was blush pink so mine was too of course we say one shocking of course bites so of course my interns would have to call me occasionally for said things and we had people staff like the vip entrance. In whatever. And i'd be like gopher kelsey anyways one kid called me one day and he was like Hey kelsey There's some there's a guy here at the fbi and his name is His name is michael irvine and he's on the list and i was like i like like like grabbing my stop and like grab my doctor like like it was falling on my hands. I was like let him in now. Please mycole irvine is not on the vip so we weren't gonna let him into training camp that day y'all straight up So needless to say that young child baby child had to be educated on who michael irvine was so he would avoid batman feature. I also made sure he understood. Who jerry jones was and then the triplets in general. And maybe like a lesson in you know who was anyone around the organization but dear. Jesus we almost didn't let record michael irvin training camp one year so odd. 'cause michael irvine was not on the vip student is like let them in. What was that well known I'm this is one of those things. Like i feel like i remember everything but i can't accurately describe what i'm trying to say. Yeah but i was thinking of. It was a commercial dion sanders in. It's like he's has had alias of some sort anyways. I'll think of it later. Yeah do that google that i'd probably find out but failing me at this time. Do you have any others. Because i have like one or two more or one of the half i. I'm gonna let you go ahead. Because like i said my memory is truly failing me today except for i know that today is thursday because the real housewives of beverly hills yesterday. Yeah yesterday when you're listening to it so biomarkers not to use. Yes not confuse. So i'll give you my last one and it was t bt since it is recording this right now to win. I drafted geoff swaim so a couple years ago. Whatever year we just swim The league was decided they wanted to like a three day. Actually stephen jones pitch this. 'cause he's on this committee while ah and the jones family is if you didn't realize by now pretty much at the forefront of a lot of things that are impacted the nfl so we started doing three day draft. A party used to be one day on thursday on the first day. And now it's every single day i was the first one Not only did i run training camp drinking game By i also ran draft day and so it was the first year we did. Three days of draft day And so we had to figure out programming for all of them and then the league also said hey. If you guys want we'll let you guys do your own picks from your facility. You're wherever you guys draft a party oldest. Kick it over to you all from the actual auditorium for the pick to be made with you all so we brought in like our cheerleaders are alumni players. And then we had ticket holders in basement sponsors like people that of course you take care of the are They take care of you as a team and so we get through whole like third day. I'm exhausted all the pics are done in. We are done for the day. And i had done a cowboys carnival so i installed because i'm a psychopath and i was like i wanna ferris wheel out at the stadium and my boss was like what and i was like. Yes so. I put a ferris wheel out of the stadium and I at the end of the day like we sent everyone home. Were cool guys. Thanks to watch those perfect spun those great hope. You guys enjoy yourself chillers. You can go online players. You can go rowdy like go have fine. He's like gets on the affairs wheel because he's been wanting to do it all day.
A Brief History of Neuroscience
"So neuroscience. The study of the nervous system has had an interesting history of being both extremely old and extremely new Ancient greeks and egyptians went back and forth whether the brain or the heart was the center of intelligence and hippocrates argued that the brain was the center though this wouldn't gain traction until the roman physician galen proposed it It took until an understanding of electricity. In the nineteenth century before we could really understand the brain the experiments of luigi gala vanni and the electrical activity of the body pave the way for research in the nervous system for awhile. Neuroscience research was divided into different fields such as physiology anatomy zulu psychiatry etc David roche helped integrate these fields creating the neuroscience research program at mit in nineteen sixty two. james mcgowan established the first department of neuroscience at university of california irvine in nineteen sixty four and later major neuroscience organizations were created including the international brain research organization. Or i bro. because it's a bunch of bros. Working on brains at that could be like your pneumonic for it That was established in nineteen sixty one and the society for neuroscience was established in nineteen sixty which is known for its annual meeting. One of the largest scientific conferences in the world so we're gonna start with neurons aka the small stuff so adam is and again. This is all adams words. I i am not the data scientist or the neuro scientists in this situation. I am just. I am the female voice of adam. Large in this specific instance. Everyone so all my words are his words. Except when i do inside you'll know when that happens on many less syllables. Yeah it would be those. Those observations will be much
Collegiate Esports with UCI's Mark Deppe
"A very solid listener base for you to talk with Blossom. I think most people especially if they're following the ecology Sports feed are pretty familiar with the University of California or New Jersey. It's e sports program but we have a lot of people from the East Sports Network podcasts as well who might not be as familiar even after that introduction. So you see I was really held up as one of the early leaders in Collegiate Sports a lot of attention on the program from really the first days of it how have you felt that the program is a whole have you have you felt that the program is in a bit of a guiding position when it comes to the expansion of college sports cuz it feels like you guys are kind of at the Forefront of a lot of the different areas of Collegiate Esports. Yeah, I do feel that way when we started our program, you know, like like everybody else. We had a lot of questions. We didn't walk or doing. I think we did a few things that have been very notable that other people have looked at and and these are kind of things that I share with people when they they first call was a lot to school as I've talked to hundreds of schools and universities. It's become such a heavy time investment that we now have a Wiki that we share with all our frequently asked questions FAQ. Academic conference where we help teach people we're doing we've done webinars. So we definitely take that role seriously, but I think initially some of the things that really were groundbreaking was one. We we really identify pillars of our program what we were going to do our mission essentially. So we do five things we compete we support academics or research we engage with the community we create entertainment and we launch careers and so everything we do goes into those five things and we We Don't Stray outside of that too often because you can get distracted pretty easily. The other thing I think people really liked was our space that we built we didn't realize how important it was going to be. We needed a space for people to sit and to play it helped fund our program initially are are the arena which is powered by other powers you mentioned and not once we built that a lot of schools thought that was kind of required piece of the program. So a lot of people have come to look at our place toward our space to see what what they can build on their campus. So I would say those are two dead. That Drew people in and the third and final thing would just be UCI is just a really respected University. It's from all I can see the highest-ranked academic institution that offers suggestions for Esports from where a public university part of the most prestigious Public University system, and we're the only School in California. That's really this invest in these Sports. So a lot of jobs make a stand out and unique and because of our our position people have reached out to us and we've been happy and honored to share what we've learned and to be part of the thought leadership of the police force base. Absolutely. I think there's everybody any student who currently has a nice sport Three Dog campus or e-sports loud or place to crash just hang out and play video games. A lot of that is probably fakes to some of the the work done by by UCI and pushing this forward even at the University of Oregon when I was in school after birth. The iBuyPower Esports Arena had been announced there was no e Sports Lounge and I would back right before everything shut down due to covid-19. to adjust to what was going on and for those of you are familiar with Irvine U Irvine we don't have a football team we're one of the younger you see schools so long it's hard for us to distinguish ourselves among our peers like Berkeley and UCLA because we're just so much younger and newer and so I think e sports are viewed by money and a lot of our campus leaders is something that makes us unique makes a school of First Choice so if you're a gamer if you want to compete and you also are really smart student California you see I might be your top choice and there are a lot or cidar few other programs or services or attributes of Campus that can say that that they make you see is school First Choice definitely the leaders don't have any football program that stuff to hear that such a great mascot I would love to see yeah it's been a point of contention for many years but at this point it's a dog too expensive to start up and we probably be good anytime soon if we did well yeah it's showed
UC Irvine Scientists Working on COVID-19 Vaccine That Would Attack All Strains
"The Corona virus and help with the common cold. You see, I professor Bashir boat, Ben Mohamed says Corona virus outbreaks have been happening for decades and will happen again. Next outbreak would likely come from those coronaviruses that are going to emerge from the bats. And cause the next outbreak in 2025, 2028, or 2030. He says the vaccine would then be shipped wherever the new Corona virus strain popped up, essentially stopping the next global pandemic Before it spreads you, CI has received $3.7 million in federal grant money that will help a clinical trials get going. By this summer. A state parole board panel has recommended parole for Bruce
UC Irvine Scientists Working on COVID-19 Vaccine That Would Attack All Strains
"You see Irvine School of Medicine is working to develop a new vaccine that will defeat all strains of the Corona virus, including those that haven't arrived in the U. S. Yet One of the chief scientists overseeing the federally backed effort says the goal is to stop every single variance between cover. Also, all the other strange off the virus, including common called Coronaviruses, as well as most important tree cover the viruses that are parks right now in mass that have not emerged Yet. At the White House briefing Thursday, Dr Anthony Fauci Voiced concern about new, highly contagious Corona virus strains that are appearing more frequently around the world Bottom line. We're paying very close attention to it their alternative plans. If we have a have to modify the vaccine, you see I officials believe the new vaccine will serve as a backup to the currently circulating Fizer and modern aversions in the event they aren't effective against a future strain of the virus. They're hoping to prevent the next pandemic before it starts. The potential new breakthrough is in the early trial phase, and scientists will soon begin tests on lab mice that are expected to conclude by the summer. The developers hope to start clinical trials on humans by early next year. The announcement comes is California deals with a spike in infections from a new covered 19 sprain that has been spreading rapidly since the fall.
Charles Yu Talks About Interior Chinatown
"Charles. You joins us now from irvine california. His latest novel is interior. Chinatown at just won the national book award for fiction. Charles thanks for being here. Thank you kremlin. I'm excited to be here and let's start with that. Winning the national book award. Your speech was so great. I just loved it because you used seemed genuinely surprised. Don't what was that moment like for you. I was genuinely surprised. I was screaming. As they're reading the citation my family. And i wear all sort of looking at each other and just yelling and we didn't know what to do and my son after while that i think you need to give a speech and so i sort of pulled myself together but i didn't really because then i proceeded to forget to thank my wife my kids and my parents so a half of whom were in the room with me. It was just awful. You know there's a fine tradition. Though i think of of leaving like the most important people out in acceptance speeches hoax out. I don't know. Do you think it would have been different. If it had been in real life. I guess it may must have been nice to even if you forgot to thank them at least have all those people. Those class close family members in the room with you. One of the weird unexpected. I guess benefits of having a virtual ceremony was that we got to hug each other immediately after and then change back into shorts. And why didn't you think you'd win. The chances are pretty good. When they're you know only a certain number of finalists. that's true. I suppose maybe underestimated the chances a little bit but i i don't know it just seems like something that happens to other people. Well it happened to you. I think deservedly. So this is your fourth book affection and they all have really amazing. Titles which i'm gonna read aloud. And then i love you to start. Walk us through them before we talk about this latest novel interior chinatown so the titles are third class superhero. How to live safely in a science fictional universe. And sorry please thank you which is a collection of stories. I mean just those titles thanks. I do enjoy titles. I wish there were a job where you could just title things. Maybe i'm trying to make up that job. I don't know what that would be exactly but yeah it's fun it helps me both. I think sometimes have a handle on what i'm trying to do and also i just imagined when somebody encounters that title. I'm hoping that they get that feeling of. Oh i want to flip to that page and see. What is that you know. It's funny when you say like you wish you could have a job coming up with. Titles i just feel like i have to bring up the fact that writing fiction is not your first job. It's not your only job that you started off as a corporate lawyer. How did you get from that life to this one. Well it took a while. I graduated from law school in two thousand one and as i was supposed to be studying for the bar I found myself in the bookstore instead. Reading george saunders and lorrimore and and people like that and and just kind of diving into the world of i guess contemporary fiction at that time and just getting really excited about it and i think also procrastinating from studying and so then i I started to write these sort of weird. The first thing i wrote was A love story. That is a set of physics problems like that you would find an undergraduate physics textbook Thought i don't know what this is but it's something to do you know on nights and weekends when i'm waiting for waiting for the senior associate to tell me all things did wrong in my merger agreement so severe that it. It'd be it was just this sort of thing. I was doing on the side for many years. And somehow i was creeping towards this. Tv land without even realizing it. Because a few years ago. I i was at work at the time working in house for a tech company as a lawyer and i got a call to come meet for potential spot on the writing staff of this show westworld and i thought well this is. This is not going to happen. And but somehow they hired me so so that was few years ago. And that's what i've been doing since as my day job
Seattle named 3rd-best city at keeping New Year's resolutions
"New Year's resolution are still right in front of us, right. How's yours going? Well, there's no evidence that people in Seattle are pretty faithful to. There's more from comas. Greg Herschel, a new report by Wallet hub names Seattle is the number three city in the country for people keeping their New year's resolutions. This despite nationwide results that find seven in 10 admit they failed to keep up. Researchers measured data from 57 key metrics across the country from exercise opportunities to income growth to employment outlook. Seattle Right number four in the financial category number six for relationships and there were 15 and school and work We come in just behind Scottsdale, Arizona and Salt Lake City. Irvine, California in San Diego rounded out the top five other Northwest Cities measured had Portland at number 26 Tacoma at 93. Greg, her
Using Humor to Prevent Suicide with Frank King
"Nama stay and welcome to live love engage. I am gloria grace rand and today on her show. I am delighted to have An awesome percent who gentleman who is got a lot of unique experience Including being comedian who also talks about a subject that what you wouldn't necessarily find funny but he has found a way to be able to help people out with that so First off. I want to welcome to live. Love engage frank king and for those of you watching on youtube. He was waving and smiling. But let me tell you a little bit about this gentleman. He is a suicide prevention speaker and trainer. Who also was a writer for the tonight show for twenty years and Depression and suicide actually run in his family. And he's You know had to deal with that. We'll talk a little bit more about that but having to do with Depression and wind to to kill himself but on the other hand he was able to turn that long. Dark journey of the soul into five. Ted talks that's quite amazing in and of itself that they haven't won yet so kudos to you and not only that he's really. He's a motivational public speaker. Who uses his life lessons to start the conversation to give people permission to give voice to their feelings and experiences surrounding depression and suicide and that is so important right. Now because as we're recording at the end of september twenty twenty and i was actually just doing some research on this yesterday that because of the pandemic that a as of at least late june there's been some research done that forty percent of. Us adults reported that they were struggling with mental health or substance abuse. So i think This is a time where really i think. People are struggling. So it's great that you're able to use humor and to be able to help people so let's maybe start from the beginning a little bit and just talk a little bit about your own journey. And how did you get started in comedy where all i was in fourth grade joke and students laughed and more importantly the teacher was hysterical. And i thought. I'm going to be a comedian. Twelfth grade. the talent show nobody'd ever done stand up at the senior town. Joe before clinton seventy five. I did stand up. i want. I went home. Told my mumble. I'm going to be a comedian. If she goes son you go into college. Do whatever you like when you're done you can be a goat herder for all i care but you must going to be a goat herder with a college degree Chapel hill actually be a. It'd be asked. And then mode san diego with my high school and college sweetheart where we got married and big mistake. Because he's a wonderful woman but we absolutely nothing in common. They say opposites attract. She wouldn't pregnant. I wasn't so we never had children. And just by chance in san diego there was a branch of the roth has comedy store on sunset in los angeles. Every time i drove by that place fell this magnetic pole. My i was not a big fan of comedy especially not a big fan of bb coming on comedian. Well she married an insurance guy. Got a comedian. Kind of matrimonial. Bayton switch so. I had to sneak out most gas. Nick huggers bars. I sneak out open mic comedy store. And then i got a job seating. Greetings could watch the become ex-professional comedians. In back them. Jim carey was headlined. Just doing impressions Andrew dice clay ellen degeneres. Rosie o'donnell appall poundstone. Dennis miller and so i watched and soaked in the best comedy available. And let's see. I got about sage first time days before april fools day. I five minutes irvine last night. I heard inside my head. I'm home. I'm gonna do for living absolutely no idea how your leg her and actually book myself on the road. Ten weeks it was kind of the beginning of the big comedy club. Boom from eighty five to ninety five. And i said to my girlfriend now my wife of thirty three years. I'm going to be a standup comedian. Especially you wanna come along and disbanding. Course she'd go no she goes. Yeah so we got. Our jobs gave our part but everything. We couldn't fit environmental dodge colt into storage. And we're on the road. She and i for two thousand six hundred twenty nine nights in a row nonstop seven years. James came off the road to oregon radio meld hometown of raleigh north carolina. Where i took a number one morning show in droves number six eighteen months only drove it in the ground road miller and by the found that was over the comedy club scene was beginning to wane. I always been very clean as a comedian. So i made the jump to the corporate comedy circuit the after dinner after lunch rubber chickens and made a great living doing that about ten years until the recession
Interview With Prof. James McGaugh
"By guests. Today's professor james mcgill. Who is imminent is professor of neural. Biology and behavior accused of california. Irvine he is so so fellow at the centre for the biology of learning and memory. Belkin jim hello there. I want to start with all the papers. Entitled making lasting memories remembering the significant invite you say although forgetting the common fate of most of experiences much evidence indicates that emotional arousal and kansas. The story of memories. The served to create selectively lost memories of other more important experiences. You said that. Europe biological systems mediating emotional arousal at memory are very closely linked before we get into a gym I wondered if you sort of a- define memory a little bit and You know cambodia. Understanding of memory changed overtime. Booby beckon understanding of what we mean by emory. Now all right memory is something that we infer from individualism from animals. All we ever see is behavior and on the basis of behavior we make inferences that that ah prior experience produce some kind of change in the in this case the brain of the animal or the human such that they can behave differently and we make inferences that are memory processes underlying the change in behavior. Now the the function of memory is to allow us to behave. If we didn't have memory we would be just like vegetables We're able to have an experience. Remember that experience and change or are repeat our behavior on the basis of that experience in order to survive so memory is a fundamental set of abilities that aid in our survival. Right right he also. That's disagree to think about it. So clearly for animals For memory to their behavior but in the case of cubans Couldn't be actually say Y be mean by memory of a of a potentially a a large set of data that you get used to define memory right. Oh a larger set setup data the inferences the same. If i watch you play for example i can make inferences about your ability to change your behavior on the basis of experience. And that's all i have and the case of of yourself. I presume that you learn to speak language. Now if i observed you when you're a child i could see the process of your acquiring the language rep all of the things that we do are based on experiences that then causes to change our behavior in response to the experience and and scientists what we try to do is to figure out what happens in the brand that enables that change in behavior or the repeat of behavior which is based on the experience. And it's same end for intro process that we use when talking about human behavior as when we're talking about animal behavior so so both tactically james so suppose i say You know i saw x. right Says i'm talking short term memory eight. I saw last wednesday on steeped. Why you know. I'm sort of not relating Something from from the past That i guess. I dead point. Would you say i m make an inference or i am actually Member memorizing. you're you're using information i would. I have to make the inference at. That's based on memory and of course it is because there isn't any other way to explain your ability to do that but you're just using the information that you acquired a previous time in order to affect your behavior at this time and that's that's what memory does it allows us to use experiences in order to to change our behavior to make it appropriate for the moment
Santa Ana Testing Site, SE of Los Angeles, Sees COVID-19 Positivity Rate Skyrocket
"Drive through testing in Santa Ana has had an 11% jump in cases. You see Irvine Health Doctor Jo Jose Mayorga says positivity rate spiked in one week It was holding steady around 5 to 6%. It came up to about 8.9. And then all of a sudden after that Halloween, we Again. The timing is perfect that we saw this unfortunate impact to our community, Mayorga says. With more holidays approaching, people should prepare for more spikes that they aren't careful. He says. The spike happened in the Latino community, which has been the hardest hit population.
Santa Ana Testing Site, SE of Los Angeles, Sees COVID-19 Positivity Rate Skyrocket
"19 drive through testing site in Santa Ana has had an 11% jump in cases. You see Irvine Health doctor UC Irvine health Whether Dr Jose Mayorga says the positivity right spiked in one week it was holding steady around 5 to 6%. It came up to about 8.9 and then all of a sudden after that Halloween weekend. The timing is perfect that we saw this unfortunate impact to our community, Mayorga says. With more holidays approaching, people should prepare for more spikes if they aren't careful. He says. The spike happened in the Latino community, which has been the hardest hit population.
Los Angeles: Silverado Fire Containment Jumps To 32%, Some Residents Allowed To Return
"Of evacuated Irvine residents in the path of the Silverado fire are back home as firefighters increased containment to 40% evacuations are also over around your Belinda where the Blue Ridge fire is 30% contained. The Blue Ridge fire burning in the Yorba Linda area has charred 14,000, plus acres, destroyed one structure and damage. Seven others. Silverado Fire in the Irvine area has burned just under 14,000 acres. It didn't damage structures, but left two firefighters with 2nd and 3rd degree burns over half their
California: Irvine wildfire injures two firefighters
"A fast moving wildfire left two firefighters critically injured and forced more than ninety thousand residents in southern California to evacuate Monday. NBC. News Reporting Lodge, portions of the Golden State went without power and effort to prevent flames. Firefighters Twenty Six and thirty one years old were injured while battling these Silverado fire it had chart at least seventy, two, hundred acres in around the community of. Southeast of Los Angeles?
California wildfires force tens of thousands to evacuate Orange County amid strong winds
"Two fires in Orange County have now led the tens of thousands of evacuations, damaging some homes with thousands more still threatened Governor Newsome today talking about the number of fires all over the state. The wildfires that we've experienced some 42 initial starts the last 24 hours meeting 42 wildfires. Had ignited just in the last of 40 rather 24 hours. Silverado Fire has burned more than 11,000 acres with no containment. 70,000. People evacuated Irvine and Tustin. The Blue Ridge fire Now over 15,000 Acres at least 10 homes damaged. Fire, threatening thousands of homes stretching over orange end Sarah Bernadino counties.
Exploding California wildfires prompt evacuation orders for 100,000
"About 100,000 people in Orange County are under evacuation orders this morning as the region braces for another blast of dangerous weather. That could push two wildfires into residential areas. Forecasters are predicting Santa Ana winds with gusts of up to 50 to 80 MPH at times over much of Southern California, with some the strongest expected in Orange County. Two firefighters were critically injured yesterday fighting the Silverado fired their Irvine and Lake Forest each suffered 2nd and 3rd degree burns over much their bodies, according to Orange County Fire chief Brian Fennessy. I was at the hospital shortly after both firefighters were brought to the hospital. They're gravely injured. An investigation is underway to determine how the firefighters were overcome by the flames. Southern California Edison reported to the state's Public Utilities Commission last night. It's investigating whether it's equipment might have started the fire. The utility said a wire that last two telecommunications line to a supporting cable may have struck a high voltage conducting line. Silverado Fire has burned over is 12,000 Acres and is now 5% contained. Irvine Mayor Christina Shay says residents need to be ready to go as soon as they get the word. We're urging everyone to comply with the evacuation orders, please for their safety and safety of our first responders. The winds were so strong that firefighters had to ground their aircraft for much the day they got back up by late yesterday afternoon and work through much the night a second blaze. The Blue Ridge Fire started in Santa Ana Canyon yesterday and has now grown to 8000 acres. That fire near your blend is also is completely uncontained and has forced about 20,000 people to evacuate.
Exploding California wildfires prompt evacuation orders for 90,000
"California wildfire that's led to evacuation orders for more than 90,000 people and critically, her two firefighters. Southern California Edison has filed a report with the State Public Utilities Commission that says Ah lashing wire may have struck a conductor in the area where the fire broke out yesterday. That blaze in a smaller one nearby prompted evacuation orders in Irvine and they're Orange County communities. Columbia Heights is where you'll find one of the only
Utility company says its equipment may have sparked California blaze
"The utility company says it's equipment may have sparked in Southern California wildfire that's led to evacuation orders for more than 90,000 people and critically hurt two firefighters. Southern California Edison has filed a report with State Public Utilities Commission. It says AH lashing wire may have struck a conductor in the area where the fire broke out yesterday. That blaze in a smaller one nearby prompted evacuation orders in Irvine and other Orange County communities.
Silverado Fire: Two Firefighters Seriously Hurt, 7,000+ Acres Burned, Zero Containment, Los Angeles
"Well of course, story today is been the wind and eventually what came with the wind event some fires. The biggest of which is over four thousand acres burned in. Orange. County. They call it these Silverado fire it's in eastern Orange County and the area affected the most or some neighborhoods. In Irvine. They have had difficulty because of the winds using air support to help contain this fire. Burning out near Yorba Linda. But the tough news we got a couple of hours ago with regards to the Orange County fire near Irvine is at a COUPLA, firefighters were severely burned covering this for Kfi news is Corbin Carson with the latest on what's going on in Orange County forbidden from the looks on television the wind is still blowing very strongly. Yeah it picks up an in. It drops off I'm still over here at the O C Global Medical Center where those firefighters were were were abroad. But yes, as you mentioned all throughout the day, we have seen these really strong winds is knocking stuff all over the streets kicking down a flagpoles and you know campaign signs you name it it's just it's mates from for some really tough conditions in and as we've just heard that the Fire that started in Santiago Canyon. This morning is now to seventy, two hundred acres, and then the fire that I'm about to be headed to. Now that over near your Yorba Linda has grown to over a thousand acres. We're hearing that there's a possibly one structure burned. So I'm going to check that out right now, and we just recently also heard all the new evacuations for the area we got that update from division chief Shane sure would. Mandatory evacuation orders here in the city of Irvine, their impacting approximately ninety thousand, eight hundred residents. So all residents north of Irvine Boulevard from Jamboree to Bake Parkway. As well as from Irvine, boulevard south to Bianca, road from Jeffrey Road East to patrol high high school all under mandatory evacuations. Also the communities in the city of lake forest, Baker ranch and Foothill ranch are also under mandatory evacuations. So as you just heard ninety thousand people more than ninety, nine, thousand people affected by these new orders. So a lot of people being asked to move those people around those areas that are not specifically affected they are being told stay ready in case. The wind shifts or they are told some at some point to move and that people can check with their local areas too as to where to get the latest updates and make sure that they're ready to go if needed. But earlier as you also mentioned, we had a couple of firefighters this afternoon that were out there they were they were on the hand crews and one was twenty, six years old one was thirty one years old the the the hankers part of their. Clearing the line and making sure they're trying to get some kind of containment on these fires as they're moving as fast as they can, and unfortunately we heard from OC fire authority Brian Fantasy that two of them were severely burned. This afternoon here is him making bringing this tough news to US earlier one of the hardest things? Any fire chief can do is is to report. Out on one. One of the firefighter family members have been injured or. Or worse. This is. A tough for me. Tougher all my firefighters. And certainly for the families of my two injured firefighters. One of them, a twenty, six year old and one of them at thirty one year old. One has sixty five percent burns both second and third degree. The second has fifty percent. Both second and third degree burns, and so what we're hearing is currently the families are here with them at the OC global, medical center that both have been intimated and aren't able to speak and they are in critical condition. But again, as you guys in, we were talking about a couple of hours ago just these winds that have been going through this area. I. Was Talking to a meteorologist about what to expect earlier on this and he told me that Sandiego. Canyon is his right in this wind corridor of OC. In that, you know this morning he had seen and we've already heard gust close to one hundred miles per hour in different areas. He says, these wins did a complete one eighty from onshore to offshore all part of this massive system bringing snow from Canada to Mexico this week. So we're really expecting these winds where everyone's keeping an eye out and being ready to go of necessary. The
Thousands evacuate, 2 firefighters injured in California blaze
"Ahead of a fast moving wildfire. The blaze also seriously injured two firefighters is powerful winds across the state. Prompted power to be cut to hundreds of thousands to prevent utility equipment from sparking new blaze is the fire grew to over six square miles within a few hours of breaking out around dawn in Orange County, south of L. A. Strong winds pushed flames close to homes in Irvine. Fire officials said that two firefighters were hurt. Battling back blaze. Water dropping helicopters were briefly grounded because of the strong winds, making it unsafe to fly. Officials didn't immediately know the cause of the fire. It was one of several the broke out across the region, including another one in Orange County that prompted evacuation orders near the city of Yorba Linda. Fast moving wildfire forced those evacuations for 60,000 people in Southern California about 350,000 Pacific Gas and Electric. Company customers in Northern California, estimated at about a million people were without power. Today's officials issued warnings for what were predicted to be the strongest winds in California for this year. About 5000 customers lost their power in southern California. Firefighting crews that had been at the ready overnight quickly contained small blazes that broke out in The Northern California counties of Sonoma and Shasta. Some fire lines were knocked down A Mount
"irvine" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"It all started spring break two, thousand, four I was out camping with the comedy troupe in Florida a Jesse my first Zombie movie the remake of John The dead the new thing rains. And we adjust that we were camping at in Florida that night and raccoons started to. Attack the camps food and there is very strategic and there was like one on one side of the camp he was making the the squeaky. Raccoon sounds to the other one and I may or may not have consumed a quite a bit of what the kids called grass back then. And I looked at my buddy has never made it killer raccoon movie. and. This was before you know smartphone. So I had to wait does back my dorm room to get on the desktop and logging. Internet explorer in ask Jeeves desk search. There's ever been a killer record movie in there wasn't so I got to work in now we are fifteen years later you have it say right I mean that that answer surprise me but that's just like it's just such a Travis Irvine experience like. You not many high ideas. I've had. You know what I mean. Damn One A. Damn, one of them you with killer raccoons and just ended up with not one but Tony Movies fifteen years later but like that's just wild. And all right. So we don't have to dwell too much on the Og coons because you know we're talking about the sequel. On did you decide you're going to give the people what they were waiting for and the much ask for much clamored after playful to Conesa killer coons to when did you decide to pursue that and then I've got some additional questions sure. Keep the follow and following up Well, we we made the movie in College for Five Thousand Dollars in seven dead frozen raccoons, which we obviously got for zero dollars from a pest. exterminator what was his name? Oh you can guess that his name is Dirk of course. I was GONNA say Randy did Trauma and in a gave you the like out because no, no this was all independent college initiatives. This was You know this was going to friends and family ask him for money. So you got it made and then they wanted will. Okay. You're going to go into friends is one thing I could see you like, Hey, is high and I want to make this killer raccoon maybe what is left out the high partly? Yes. Okay. Right. But like what does that when you're going to family? What's that pitch look like Gimme Gimme the Travis Our von Elevator pitch to the grandma with with maybe a little bit of money to give away before she goes goes on like I. Want to hear that it's easy grandma. This is part of my education I WANNA make movies some day but the only way I could make this movie is if you give me five hundred dollars. All right. You do that ten times in your your set for a college movie. Not Very, hundred dollars and or dad raccoon whatever. Yeah. I. I like that Patriot, on tear. The low pay ten dollars a month or people. NGOs. NGO instead frozen raccoon..
"irvine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Twenty Irvine California ninety two six eighteen and MLS number MLB seventeen thirteen not alone supply equal housing lender this is news ninety six point five W. DPO long eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program you know I've I've I'm watching all of this today and I know the nation rightly is focused on the safety and security of our fellow Americans and we are watching in shock and we're watching in horror as all of this is unfolding because so much of it is unnecessary but to have the the home by the way Keith Ellison I moved it to murder too all right he wants to move it now remember if you over charge and you can't convince a jury of twelve remember premeditated murder with intent that's murder one murder chip in the second degree is you have to show that the intention was to kill you have to be able to prove that get twelve people to agree to that beyond a reasonable doubt that standard is high the third is is definitely doable based on the tape and if you if you over charge as they call it you don't get the you don't get the verdict that you think you're gonna get well then people so what the hell we got the tape that's what prosecutors do that all of the time and you know some of them want to build their overly ambitious they want to build I don't know what the proper charging is we don't have all of the evidence yet we just know what we see of the eight minutes of tape but it went on longer M. A. N. and that's scary and in every way you know it's it's a a look at what's happening you got Hollywood Democrats get behind a movement to define the police how stupid are these people Jane Fonda Natalie Portman you know signing a letter according to Rolling Stone urging people to vote to decrease funding going to police departments okay they are the first line of defense I know all cops are not under are not perfect we have dirty cops as judge Joe the general labeled the people involved in the we now know fake phony fraudulent trumped up corrupt abuse of power that that drag the nation through the mud for two plus years you know but you look at city after city now cops are getting shot some are fighting for their lives in critical condition citizen same thing stores are destroyed some of never come back and you got the Illinois governor the Commonwealth of Virginia governor Northam refusing the president's request to send in the guard the eighty second airborne by the way those cities Minneapolis DC where the president has taken over guess what they're in far better shape than a lot of these other places and and then the mob in the media Hey Brett used tear gas and used tear gas that is why are we gonna cover both these stories extensively all throughout the program bill arrived the other day and a much and a lot more straight ahead eight hundred nine four one show you want to be a part of the program well full coverage of all this tonight as well Hannity nine eastern on fox the news the mob the media will never give you straight ahead this is news ninety six point five W. V. B. O. live team coverage of breaking news weather and traffic starts now three thirty eight news ninety six point five W. DPO breaking this afternoon OR is being able to operate consistent with this guidance diminished standing room occupancy so basically outdoor seating with social distance governor Ron DeSantis announces he's ready to move the state interface to a free opening which includes bars at fifty percent capacity inside one hundred percent outside restaurants that have bars can now re open them as well retail may operate at full capacity.
"irvine" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"But I made the All star team and I went to catch them to play against the Scotch one team. And there's a guy named Kenny Rear News. Assistant Gentleman Montreal Canadian said in the paper this tentative and could be something I never thought that stuff so what happened was same as you probably. When you get out there with guy just start to religion. I can compete at that time. I got flown to Boston. Play one game. Nobody ever done that before and western Canada who flew but so they came to take they flew in to check you out and then Ellie expansions they gave up. Because you're a prospect. Basically are they. Why would they give you up well? Because I was sick national. They had to leave so many players open right on there. You've got this kid urban. We like him. But you gotTA give somebody out in La Gotcha that time. You didn't know because you talked about. I realize where I fit into only maybe in the last ten years were when I go to a hall of fame in the last ten years now like two thousand ten didn't realize you fit in didn't realize oh good you were in realize realise. I was a player. I going to Winnipeg I got onto event. Cornwell see event. Hey how you doing Larry Rows Teddy. How're you doing? You beat the hell and I mean I'm going I playing us. Those guys know me still hard to accept and but that just the way it was. I was so focused on New York Rangers because that was my love and still is. That was my team. I knew I fit in there and to this day. I know when I go back there. I was part of New York Rangers. Larry Brooks the writer's done real good nice stuff about stem Kofsky. Mcgregor the best third line in Ranger history and and then the writers voted me. Seventy four out of one hundred. I know now seventy four not out of one hundred seventy four on the top one hundred ranges of all time. It was probably been ten thousand Rangers. Right I mean you can't say hasn't been in sixty years or whatever it is Jerry Douglas. My partner uses seventy seven. Hundred guys played one game in the NHL really yes. Only thirty five hundred played more than one hundred games. Wow played over seven hundred. Yeah so I look at this. A G A necktie do that. And that's what I mean. You can't play that long and I know it was still another era. You have a ten year career in the NHL that you gotta be pretty damn good to have that well jess to stay there because everybody wanted you go when you went to training camp you or told by the Scots. We've got these young guys. Come into purview. Bitter start working. You'RE GONNA be says they young as the first couple of years. You're scared stiff. And then after a while you realize just their job puts your for people listening seven hundred twenty four games. A hundred and fifty four goals. One hundred seventy seven assists three hundred thirty one points. That's one point. Basically every two games plan okay. Playoffs eighty also six hundred and fifty seven penalty minutes so there go eighty three games in the playoffs. Sixteen goals twenty four assists forty points. Let's want literally one every two games so I became known as a playoff player. I didn't realize after and I look at my stats. I look at some of the places where I'm going. Wow I put up some points but look at this like your first year. Twenty two goals and six in your first year in the Kings twenty four. And your second then you go to the Rangers. You eighteen twenty one twenty seventeen adult together. It's basically one two three four five six give or take twenty goal seasons. You played six Golden. Twenty six goals. Sorry I was looking. I was looking into negotiations with you. I was looking at this eighteen year first year. Then you did twenty with the Rangers twenty-six with rangers in seventeen with the Rangers so adults together. Divide it that's four twenty seasons which would be a ten million dollar player. Didn't play in the power play really know Steph. And that's third line. Yeah so who? Score more goals than twenty-six goals. I'm sure there are some snipers but I was getting more goals in seventy three seventy four. Who had the GAG land? We had Joe Bear Retell and Hadfield. They got fifty goals at one year. Those guys wow so. And then he had could chuckle scoring Steve Vickers. Send a heck of a kill himself laughing at you and I at the Chicago. Because he's doing remembers you at the skull wrestling's love watching you guys Miami. You Billy Fairburn in the hallway at the host hotel so yeah but you didn't think those things at that time part of a team may now if I look back. I say well No. But that's the way the business but it is business. The game is now is more about individual stats team stats. Remember Walcott Shuki. How he says you have a great year up to Christmas renegotiate than float the rest of the year. And now guys. When you see what's happening after the end of the year guys are holding up their points somewhere in their money trying to get onto Stanley Cup. But I look at when I was there. Meal Francis Such gentlemen to us to your mom Ni- when I first got there. I'm coming from La. I got one Blazer. Goldens meet him as I said Twenty Bucks Years One hundred. He's a here's another hundred another blazer.
"irvine" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"You know tried to score a goal massive square garden from center a rush the Puck fuck all the way up there but cheesy. That guys relied on him as a human being and funny guys were rallied. Jerry cheever's always member cheesy was not only a winner. He you know he was. I don't know if they consider him a great great golden but he's won the Stanley Cup. Great Goalie but also it was his attitude on the ice and how he made you feel so I remember if I remember when I quit Hawk and I was doing radio in Winnipeg and boss was in town and Choosey came up and he moves. When did you get the mustache? I said she's had for five years. Oh Nice much that but he was one of those guys just made you feel fun and to this day. I know they gos- A lot. When teammate Brad Park always say alone? There's something special about him away from the game that I remember as a young guy. We needed him in goal. We had Bernie Peron and Doug Fa- val two. Wow but cheesy was just one of those guys away from the rink he used to sit with. Don Cherry's brother Dick Cherry and Dick Cherries Principal University at one of the schools in in in Kingston and they brought him down he was a black belt. Kung Fu guy and we got into a game and anybody went close to Jerry. Cheever's Richard Dick Cherry. Who so quiet. A bird watching these to sit on the bus and Jerry say or what kind of birds that and we. We knew he was putting them on in a game. What happens somebody Ran Jerry? Cheever's and Cherry almost killed a guy start joking about with the sweater tears. Coming to this guys is and we had to jump in and grab. Don't mess with my goal. So so that kind of guy means a lot. He's Won Stanley Cups. He's a hero as a coach and their own member him boy. I'm sure glad I was at that age. And he took the time to say. Let's go hang out and this is from Boston or this city doesn't it. Was Oklahoma City over the years. I played against guys all the time. But you'd see each other quite a bit away from the game. He also cheesy was one of those guys. I remember as I go back into Joy Watson who played in Oklahoma City. My first roommates young. I mean he's from ABC. I was lost. I didn't do anything and he cooked. It was wonderful. I mean Joey from SMITHERS BC is two best friends or titles. And Tuckey. But I was twenty years old. I was scared and Joey Now. I look back. He used to make creamed corn with a with a can of water in the corner. Run over the plate and his mom come now. What kind of corn is this? Why but in but water in a super put one on the corner and we hung together and he was one of those guys he was so much fun. Any made it today. Nhl and then play against them in Philadelphia. Same Guy to this day. I remember joy. He helped me as a young guy when I first started and I had to rely on somebody I room with them. We bought a nineteen fifty five four hundred bucks. Each order was came out of our partners around down to the road. We went down the ramp. He was driving. There's no breaks. We went right across the road across other road up above. We can kill as I understand this Moose again. Well those guys great hockey player won the Stanley Cup but helped me so much away from the game came to me today. When you said it wasn't why would that come? He meant something to me so you say that he was your roommate. Are you talking about like like living in the city? Are you tell me when he went on the road or live in the city? So you guys had an apartment together. That's cool money. We lived on apartment block in every Sunday. Somebody threw a bomb the window and it was kind of like an old folks home and twelve stories. And we'd run order. I in the manager can we? Don't worry there's some but we can't catch them. Somebody throws a bomb at the window and every well. We were young stupid but we won championships into this day. I still remember titles in Turkey. Oklahoma City must have been a bit of a culture shock for my dad and those days. We'll talk about that and his move the Big City Los Angeles. But before we do my friends Stephen Singer at I hate Stephen Singer. Dot Com has been really affected by everything happening in the world right now and he knows there are so many out there who have lost loved ones who are sick. Themselves who's small businesses are struggling. And who maybe even lost jobs and Stephen hates that we all hate that. This is happening so usually this is the time when Steven Singer jewelers announces a brand new gold dipped rose color for mother's Day. And he is but he's also doing something a little different this year..
"irvine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"In Irvine them from the National Security Council and the recall of European Union ambassador Gordon silent both were key witnesses in Ukraine investigation Lisa Rachel president trump tweeting thanks to Attorney General bill Barr for taking charge of the stone case which the president says was totally out of control and perhaps should not have been brought the World Health Organization hosting a second meeting in Geneva with more than four hundred scientists and other experts and stopping the spread of the new corona virus or Colbert nineteen it's now second over forty five thousand people with over eleven hundred killed mainly in China during the U. S. federal health officials say a mislabeled sample taken from a patient infected with covert nineteen led to her premature release from the San Diego hospital she was taken back to her quarantine site at marine corps air station Miramar before officials discovered the woman was not among a large group of American evacuees from China who had tested negative for the coronavirus oxes Jonathan Serrie the number of confirmed a US cases remains at thirteen America is listening to fox please radio Kaylee J. on Patrick Osborne this news brought you by J. Connell roofing topping Austin's news a group of various attorneys and judges and elected officials this Travis county should follow Harris county's lead which recently implemented its own bail reforms Amanda will with the Texas fair defense projects as would be a real cost savings by helping keep the jail population down taking conservative numbers from Harris County for talking about seventy five percent of people charged with misdemeanors not going through that the group is recommending that the county specify criteria that would allow non violent defendants to be pre approved for a personal bond without ever having to see a magistrate judge first similarly the Travis county correctional complex will be losing a hundred ninety two beds and three buildings that have sat unused for more than a year sheriff's office says new diversion programs help drop the jail population by twenty two percent and cutting loose those buildings could save twelve hundred Bucks a month the Austin city council is standing firm amid heavy push back over the proposed land code rewrite Nelson justice coalitions Ron Paul calmly says their overall encouraged by the city's work but believe nuanced improvements are still needed because we think that both the unqualified calls for more density and the qualify calls against densification in neighborhoods both does have a kind of historic legacy and racism in Austin other activists say the LDC is a way to get the community together and discuss what role segregation has had on growth and development John Cooley newsradio kale BJ and counsel will again take up that issue this afternoon the Texas Rangers have arrested former San Marcus staffer Jason pants on a charge of theft by a public servant this was in charge of managing city construction projects the city awarded one company with a three point two million dollar contract but pencil legibly use change orders to increase that company's earnings by nearly thirty percent he was fired last month and now you're.
"irvine" Discussed on KTOK
"Was in low thirties when she got elected to the house of representatives from Irvine California and when you're elected to the house he should conduct yourself with some level of class and respect was busy having lots and lots of sex with lots of lots of different people sometimes three people or two people at the same time call me an old fuddy Duddy if you will this seems to me if you're young person or an old person and you get elected the house representatives you should conduct yourself with some level of decorum and then she resigned because she's a coward because she's a hero why would she be a hero there is going to be an ethics investigation because there is an allegation that she was also having an affair with the director of legislative affairs in our office which would violate the ethics rules to rather have an investigation she resigned now she's running around calling the president an M. M. M. effort this is the quality of Canada apparently that the Democrats are nominating to the United States Congress this is the quality of candidates there nominating intellect thank you had Katie hill part of the fresh me that there's a great freshman class part of the freshman class yeah I have tallied back Kelly Bob part of the freshman class Omar we never did get to the bottom whether she was married to a brother and of course the meeting could care less I was curious personally but I didn't really talk into it that much what a freshman class actually that was Omar we may I straight from bar tending to the philosopher king of the Democrat party and what kind of drink would you like a I am in a dirty martini am I not that is but okay dirty martini you get selected I want to reorganize the economy I want to re organize the environment I want to re organize and I I this guy should do that which is while genius who knew no I don't even drink I didn't know she was at smart but she's brilliant what a freshman class and by the way anti semitism can't beat the freshman class Hey I Omar tallied back the three Stooges of anti semitism there they are and Nancy Pelosi protects everyone of them because she is a strategic genius she protects them this Omar repeatedly with her a smearing of Jews now the house can push through these bogus articles of impeachment when it comes to actually punishing one of its own Democrat members for being a discussing slime ball anti semite who happens to hate her country well can't do that why these are women of color you can attack women of color unless of course the conservatives and or Republican then they can attack women of color woman of no color get attack women all you want but not if they're anti semite Democrats can't do that so this freshman class has been fantastic for the Democrats don't you think then we have the freshmen who were moderate Democrats who got elected all wow did you see how they were they were really torn these moderate Democrats allied to the voters to get elected you know we really centrists and we want to get things done here and many of them said they were not going to vote for Nancy Pelosi to be speaker every damn one of them maybe except for one but I believe every damn one of them and then every damn one of them voted for impeachment but they really struggle with their conscience ladies they struggled the press told us how they struggle they didn't know what to do but they had to they had to vote I own impeachment both articles except for one plant at a main who thinks he can slip split the baby thinks he's king Solomon he's not yes the drama they the pain but they had to do the right thing which was follow mental nervous breakdown case Nancy Pelosi in the editorial pages of the country they were so courageous to cast their votes as they did not come home now because they're in recess and they will live through the teeth to you you know what you should do a little less listening to these people and a lot more talking to and you want to make it abundantly clear you're gonna throw their houses had a either **** out of Congress and you're gonna work against you're going to support the candidate against you're gonna help raise money against because really it's up to you to put an end to this it's up to you we're gonna miss Katie hell are we Mister producer terribly gonna miss Katie hill she had such a magnificent future ahead of her so entirely back should be around a long time she's in one of those gerrymandered districts and all our no this well by the way is it art Omar anti leave under investigation for violating rules for their campaign finances I could be wrong about that one or both of them thank not exactly Gandhi are they we care about the poor then why you were I take the money on the campaign because we care about the poor everything goes when you care about the book I have access Bernie Sanders multi millionaire we're going to get the people what what what what what what Bernie of three homes yes all right I'll be right back van it's.
"irvine" Discussed on Faith Collides
"Some way agree to and I start. Just promoted started getting more the essentials gold thing while Peter felt he should be speaking into the lives of business people. It became more and more difficult for Peter to have a stake at Gloria jeans. So nearly after twenty years since Peter got into the Gloria jeans agreement it seemed like a door open to sell the international business to retail food group. A publicly listed company Australia. But this decision meant Peter. Giving up what he had envisioned into Gloria Jeans to think a little journey. It's very hot too tightly Pepsi with a business. She ever will you money otherwise known. Everyone looks after the way you would like. It looked after when you guys sold or your jeans retail food group. How did that make you feel over decide by that stage relieved? We still had a lot of debt personally as a partner so getting selling the business enabled us to clear that they will be fully focus without the hangover offer. Business another people running it in control without that being like a new syringes ache so he could actually are fully on the ministry in developing materials and resources and develops programs that would help business people in leadership in churches around the world as well as business played pool in Australia. Gloria Jean's coffees had reached five hundred stores when it was sold to retail food group. In two thousand fourteen it was sold for what was equivalent to one hundred and fifty million. Us dollars this was significantly. More than what Peter and his partner had put in for some people selling business to a bigger company for more than what was put in is a huge win and Peter's journey to leave a normal day job to get into a business venture like Gloria jeans was really something his family never could have imagined him doing. Viewer someone coming from a family. That just had the mentality to pay the bills. What did your mom and dad feel about what you're doing at Gloria jeans ability. What I was talking about I grew up in the mountains. Where IN THE EARLY EAST? Where there was a lot of transport side they area or influence Was very small by the Tom. I grew up in to the stage of my life that they just wouldn't have learned concept in a in a circle with on sons or daughters. Could Abba be involved in something like this? That not only touched around Australia but the will It a. It's not a criticism overdose. Just a sphere of influence was where he'd to get bond high bills growing up. Did they take you guys to? Cafes are independent money and really capitalize and restaurants hardly existed of treat for us was once a year. We would have fishing chips on stuff. Wow even though Peter's vision for Gloria Jeans didn't Pan out as he liked Peter beliefs. What happened has allowed him to be more focused on what he wants to do today. Today Peter is in his early seventies and says he has not retired. He's passionate about work and about helping people of faith to succeed Peter. Irvine's website provides free resources and practical guidance on all the lessons. He's learned in life. It's really interesting. How he didn't grow up with the best education to get where he is yet his faith and his calling the help others grow and business. I had to ask what gave him such a desire to think big for his life and for others when his family upbringing didn't and this is what he had to say a number of years. You start to grow and you start to rethink stopped alone. You're planning sessions. You see how other people have vision and you see how people are. They live on the people learn. Some of it starts to rebel from but you gotta get it for yourself. Probably too many years to actually start realizing that God had a plan and a purpose for my life and it wasn't just get by bills but it was to seek city and basic successful so I could be a blessing to other people so it sounds like a personal relationship. God Yes allowed you to be encouraged to know. Even though maybe it was absent with your own father stopped to realize I taunt then God is just someone and Athena Anthony. You start to read. This is in verse and it goes like this goes is. I have a lot more to tell you the engine. You insisted this is a variation on the same old thing is your brain you something. Never Guess Dream Up. He'd be out of sight that alone and I started to realize that when I speak tolling of starting to give these. Id's and solutions to my our bill. And you that because I never had any idea about that in our real lost interest in the business along that he's GonNa give me words he's GonNa Challenge Peter's background didn't disqualify him from aiming high and it shouldn't be a reason for you either if you already have a vision or want to pursue something more with your career or work. You're actually ahead of Peter when he was in his mid forties who at that time was content with where he was as general manager at the same Ad Agency. He worked for since he was fourteen years old. It was a process for Peter to be challenged to think big and to consider the opportunities in business since for Peter. He wasn't raised in a privileged family or highly educated yet. He was able to be part of an incredible opportunity to build the Gloria Jeans brand in Australia and sell a profitable business and this he credits to having a personal relationship with God who he says is a father to him who believes and delights in him so no matter where you are in your career or how you feel about going to work these days. May you to be reminded of a father who delights in you. This Juan hoping to bring you stories. That could revive your workweek. Thanks for listening. Just a quick note at faith collides. We do our research on each of the valued guests on our show and while we realized that Peter Irvine has received negative media attention and was part of a legal proceeding regarding a us-based charity at some point in his career. Peter says it was a role he took for an interim period and was not part of his calling. We also found it not critical to include as part of the narrative and we hope he can still be inspired by Peter's life story. Thanks for listening..
"irvine" Discussed on Talk Nerdy
"We are very very lucky. And you know, we're we're like the person who won the lottery, and so the personal won the lottery can think of all sorts of reasons why they were specially deserving and how it was somehow or deigned and the rest of look at that person and say, no that's just the lucky fool who won the lottery, and we're the lucky fools who won the lottery of life. We're still here and through a number of processes, we very interesting processes, actually, we have this ability to think into to communicate and to to variety of things that make us pretty unique among animals on earth. Earth. Now on I'm convinced there are there is life. Elsewhere in the universe in and very highlight likely almost certain there's intelligent life. Elsewhere in the universe. So it so we aren't too one off kind of deal, we got lucky, and there are other places where things have gone lucky as well. Absolutely. And of course, I mean, I think in a minute I wanna really come back to all of those different perspectives. And why you chose to write the book in that way. Because I think it's a really unique way to approach this conversation. But I want to take a couple of steps back. I and talk about you and your career, and sort of some of the things that I think probably led to this book. You are not a practicing scientist. Although I did introduce you at the beginning as Dr William Irvine because you are a professor of philosophy. You are just really interested in the sciences. I wanna get to the philosophy and the different the different perspectives within philosophy in just a moment. But first I want to know what made you so interested in. Telling science stories, and dedicating some of your time to the scientific point of view. I've had a life long interest in science, and when I went off to college I had sort of a background interest in philosophy. I head just Justice as senior in high school, I had discovered a Bertrand Russell in high at discovered Henry David throw in thought will that this is some very interesting stuff. I wonder what anybody does with it. But it went off to college intending to be a physics major. And I started out taking physics courses and did quite well. But then it it occurred to me that physics is really really hard. Most people can't imagine and my interest in philosophy was growing stronger all that time. So I ended up being kind of a sensible individual. I knew that a philosophy major was very risky thing 'cause finding employment subsequently teaching philosophy is difficult to do. And if you don't teach philosophy then you can't really be employed as a philosopher, you can go to law school or something like that. But I wasn't interested. But by that time, I had taken enough math courses in conjunction with my physics that. I started out in that. I figured out what I would do is get a double major in math and physics. And then if I couldn't find employment sorry, double major in math and philosophy. Then if I couldn't find employment in philosophy. I would just Bill myself as a math major in kind of. Hide the full aspect because you know, an employer would say oh math. That's useful. But but philosophy they tend to be skeptical. But then the the I got very lucky and was able to find lifelong employment in philosophy that gives me license to think about any number of things..
"irvine" Discussed on Talk Nerdy
"And lastly, you can just tell your friends and family about the show. That's honestly, the most important thing that you can do is get the word out. Thanks in advance. Our guys this week. It is a really fascinating episode. I interview the author of you a natural history. Dr William b Irvine now, Dr Irvine is a philosopher, and this book is a really cool book because it takes multiple perspectives in telling the story of us kind of the physics perspective. The chemistry perspective, the biology perspective, the social perspective in a you're a member of a species, you're a collection of cells era collection of atoms. But always with a really interesting, philosophical bent. And we dig super deep into the stoic position. Something that I really didn't know anything about before. And it's really. Lightening Ida great time interviewing Dr Irvine. I think you'll have a great time listening. So without any further ado here, he is Dr William b Irvine will thank you so much for joining me today. It's a pleasure to be here. I am really excited to talk all about your new book you a natural history. But also about all of your incredible work as a philosophy professor because I don't know if we've had I don't know if we've actually had a single philosophy professor on the show at the very least we haven't had too many the show is very science heavy. And of course, this book is also very science heavy. But I think that the philosophy of natural science is such an important field. It's such an important, I guess perspective to approach science from. And I'm just not sure we do eat enough in in the sciences. Well, this is science with a philosophical viewpoint. But for ordinary for ordinary people. So I'm not writing for specialists. I'm not writing for scientists. I'm writing for people who have just had some very basic questions because because I found that I had some very basic questions that it seemed like the sources, I was reading always assumed that the answer had been worked out. Now, we don't need to think about that anymore. Let's go on from there. But you know, when you start thinking when you start talking about species, for instance, it becomes quite an interesting conversation. You can you can have. And I started thinking more carefully about the things in science. I had taken for granted. And and this book is the end result of that thought process. Let it so perfect for those of us. I think most of the people who listen to talk nerdy are really in a similar boat. I I've done a couple of what do you call them like polls or, sir? Surveys of my listenership, and for people who tend to respond to those of course, it's a small sample, and there's some selection bias there. It does appear to be that a a small portion or maybe a decent portion of the listeners are in academia are working on either their undergraduate degrees or graduate degrees. But the vast majority of the listeners are I guess what I like to call science enthusiasts people who may be never formally studied science, but are super interested in it will flip to a cool science doc on television, or my pickup if they're looking at a magazine about to board a flight, they might pick up a discover or National Geographic..
"irvine" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook
"A pretty good shooting team as well. And then after that to me, you go from Irvine UCSB in Fullerton tied, and I think it's a pretty big drop off to the rest. I have Long Beach date next won't say schedules. A really good schedule. I mean, I don't think they played tough schedule this year some years, but they're still thirty seconds of schedule in non conference play. So they certainly, you know, scheduled up pretty well Aaron estate, Mississippi State, USC or can stay. Oh, yeah. Certainly. Certainly hasn't. So so when they get into conference play that helps quite a bit, you know, because they're playing teams that are a lot worse than what they played in the non conference slate, I usually Davis necks partially because UC Davis is one of the teams that can play defense and this league. And like I said he can play defense innocently. You're always going to have a chance because most teams here are just floppy. They're not very good at defense. There fouling lot things like that. You can probably get some really cloudy basketball in the big west. Like, I said, you know, it certainly a conference that I've done very well in on the long term. And I think it's because you know, I I kind of know that this conference is what it is. You know, it's different than quite a few of the other mid majors almost every year, the big west looks to be about the same conference as it was a year before I think the only difference right now is that there's a little bit more of a difference between the top three teams and the rest of the. Hawaii. I have right after that Hawaii pretty well here. So far this year eleven and seven, you know, I think that they have a good coach. And you know, the the former assistant Saint Mary's. I'm impressed with the job. He's done there. They get people in combat spots in their home games. They just lost in overtime UC Irvine the other night game that Hawaii certainly could have won. We'll we'll see how they balanced back from that. They have three straight home games here coming up against Davis, Long Beach, and UC Santa Barbara all three teams that are pretty competitive here in this week. So I'm curious to see how Hawaii bounces back from their tough loss against Irvine. And then the the final three I have Cal State Northridge, you know, a big name coach their healthy Northridge. Now that's been at a lot bigger programs than he is right now. I'm sure see how Mark Godfrey. Does there? You know, so far his team is I and awesome sufficiency. But they're very. On defense. So we'll see if they can get better on defense moving forward. The last couple from the UC riverside this the team that's been at the bottom of the league or very close to the bottom of the league for a long time now and then Cal poly Cal poly a few years ago. If you remember they they made it into the big bands kind of a stunner that they made it there. But man, they have been playing some bad people this year foreign thirteen they just lost twenty three point on Wednesday night at home UC riverside. So rough year for the Mustang. Yeah. For sure, and you know, you'll get UC Santa Barbara really bad shooting performance from two point land in that game against Cal State Fullerton. So maybe UC Santa Barbara abouts spac team here this weekend kind of playing against that I'll ir, but you mentioned UC Irvine being the top dog here. And we talked about this with regards to both the Big Sky and the sun belt. It's kinda tough to get back to playing basketball after you play that top team, and there is a trend with UC Irvine UC Irvine opponents that is something that people want to pay attention to. Teams are twenty five and thirty eight eighty s last sixty three after playing UC Irvine in their last game. This makes a lot of sense to me. He's here line much more physical and those teams in this league. You know, they're committing quite thousands because they're so aggressive on defense. They're consistently. They've consistently been the team to beat in this league now for a few years, and I didn't even farther back with this with this angle because you know, if they're about ten years ago, there was not good..
"irvine" Discussed on The Smart Passive Income
"You're owning your own business is tough. There's a lot of things on that checklist to do. There's a lot of big ambitious goals that we have, and there's a lot of hurdles along the way, but the number one thing that's going to help you through all of that is what happens in your head and how you speak to yourself the story that you are creating for yourself, and that voice net voice is really whatever he wanted to be. But there's a lot of things in our past that psychologically just to have that voice eighth things that maybe we don't want it to say, but then we start to believe it, and then it starts to determine what actions we take or don't take and the results that we get or don't get. What if you put in all this hard work and you try and you follow the directions in, you still don't get the results you want. Perhaps you do a big launch evaluated that idea. You've gone through the whole process and then nobody buys. It's a tough thing because it happens. It's happened to me. It's happened to many other entrepreneurs on the surface from the outside. It's very much just one of those learning experiences, this failures that we have to go through. Right. But when it's your failure, it's tough and you start to make up these stories about why things didn't go well, and then you start to get down on yourself and this is when many people quit, but I'm here to tell you that really get some help today. Dr Shannon Irvine is on with us and she's a dear friend of mine. One of my students and now has taken her brand new podcast to levels that are just pretty insane in terms of how it's helping her and her business. We're going to dive into that a little bit, but really what we're gonna dive into is your story in the story that you're telling yourself..
"irvine" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"To the hotel irvine building four is where this customer works were in building five she's met a lot of us at the cafeteria at the food a plays and then she finally heard on the radio and so we just like these are the guys i talked to all the time her daughter works for chase and her daughter told her do not go with anybody that lends their own money like go with us she decided not to listen she went with network capital she was even told by the daughter not to go with us so if felt really good she said it felt good kind of revenue face a little bit because he knew it wasn't the best option for her like the banks are great for plenty of things like i'm never going to have like a smear campaign on the banks because i bank would chase bank of america wells fargo but they don't have any of my mortgages and the reason for it is you go direct you go with someone that has access to morvillo ability more products higher debt ratios easier ways to save somebody money like every lender has overlays i like network capital because they lend their own money they make their own decisions if you have like maybe a rough situation you're definitely gonna have a harder time at a bank or a broker shop or really a credit union even so the lenders that are going to be the highest percentage chance for you to save money is someone that makes their own calls they're the shock collars it's a direct access to the cash you get access to amongst the lowest rates in the business they don't even have to charge you the lender fees like where their rates are they actually should like i'm blown away that they haven't increased their fees in a rising rate environment most people around the country treats are going to increase their origination they're gonna add like a processing fear and adleman fear rate locked fee they're going to do something to supplement the lack of files that are coming in so right now there's a little bit less people saying yes so how they're gonna fix that is they're going to charge more never capital refuses to do that they believe in having amongst the lowest rates have amongst the fastest turn times not charging the lender fees set.
"irvine" Discussed on KGO 810
"To the hotel irvine building four is where this customer works we're in building five she's met a lot of us at the cafeteria food a place and then she finally heard on the radio and so we just say these are the guys i talked to all the time her daughter works for chase and her daughter told her do not go with anybody that lends their own money like go with us she decided not listening she went with network capital she was even told by the daughter not to go with us so if felt really good she said it felt good kind of revenue face a little bit because he knew it wasn't the best option for her like the banks are great for plenty of things like i'm never going to have a smear campaign on the banks because i bank with chase bank of america wells fargo but they don't have any of my mortgages and the reason for it is you go direct you go with someone that has access to more vail ability more products higher debt ratios know easier ways to save somebody money like every lender has overlays i like our capital because they lend their own money they make their own decisions if you have like maybe a rough situation you're definitely have a harder time at a bank or a broker shop or really a credit union even so the lenders that are going to be the highest percentage chance for you to save money is someone that makes their own calls they're the shock collars it's a direct access to the cash you get access to amongst the lowest rates in the business they don't even have to charge you the lender fees like where their rates around they actually should charge like i'm blown away that they haven't increased their fees in a rising rate environment most people around the country are going to increase their origination they're gonna add like a processing fear and adleman fear rate locked fee they're going to do something to supplement the lack of files that are coming in so right now there's a little bit less people saying yes so how they're gonna fix that is they're going to charge more network capital refuses to do that they believe in having amongst the lowest rates haven't amongst the.
"irvine" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"That was may thirtieth exactly one week later after he signs his bond in the amount of five hundred dollars he's not required to pay any of it he gets in the car with a forty five year old man twenty six year old woman drives recklessly gains the attention of a milwaukee police officer by the name of charles irvine junior irvine and his partner schulz pursue and tragically the rest is history irvine is killed becoming the first officer to die in the line of duty since one thousand nine hundred ninety six all because this guy was out on signature bond when his history clearly demonstrated to three different court officials that he had no business getting a signature bond because he wasn't likely to appear he didn't appear here are the court officials responsible the initial appearance is by david sweet when he's eventually picked up the case lands in the courtroom of grace flynn it is then transferred on march twenty eighth to jeanmarie keys this is her courtroom then it gets to bury phillips who is the one who one would think he's a court commissioner one would think having seen fellow court commissioner sweet getting a signature bond that wasn't you know followed issues another signature bond i have additional questions about this why does fun so morales smell walkie police chief say the driver as a quote lengthy criminal record dating back to two thousand six with several drug related arrests when none of those showed up and seek out now it is entirely possible that either the forty five year old man or the twenty six year old woman were the ones driving but it was strongly implied by milwaukee police that this was ladele harrison who is driving that passat the new case is expected to be presented to the milwaukee county district attorney's office possibly as early as today theoretically the driver could face felony murder charges might be difficult to get those even though the public obviously would demand it i have some very very pointed questions for why we are continuing to use signature bond when it is obvious that defendants are thumbing their noses at this you have a defendant who already demonstrated that he does not want to appear for his court date at the initial court appearance a bench warrant needs to be issued.
"irvine" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And that's your one goal in the evening however you probably are more prone to run some errands to make stop or to to pick up a kid etc and in the end that's more mileage that you're putting on the road so one reason why it's also you have to you know the boss says you have to be there to certain time by your husband or wife doesn't say you have to be home in a certain time yes zero five zero my gosh irvine to burbank it is in the evening that's a lot.
"irvine" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"And now like a like a big the and i was like the thick elected in the made fun of them all so inappropriate well listen we finally have it here we don't have a studio episode of this week it's you know it's the holidays hari day harry's age while you're europe parents are here jane is here and would try to get top dog in charlene here moral guiding because i feel like they're right for like there's so much weekly of top dog squatty potty as we're all be good we're going to ensure we ghanimifard loading tshirt but here's the live from irvine episode that we the last time we were in irvine we did this sperm sperm vine california already i'm ready right genes enjoy it thanks guys happy new year how in the world can ciller mommy your eyes tonight we are all highly and by his make sure you get your moonsoo lety plenty of water please ladies and gentlemen what's wilkins instead sabic christina boom oh yeah learned is slamming them in my bottled water that i brought out news up every wedding are you guys doing the night coming out whereas your water thom mcan it's not and has vodka right silver october bahrein as doing it to sober october by now yeah fucking losers that's what you are there are like no who asked that bird he came over and he's like hagi push how commute over do these quotas because i'm not fucking retarded.
"irvine" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"To engage with nature and visit irvine or four irvine naturalist and our animals to get inside those classrooms as an experienced nature and those are really those are very important to us because you have so many of those children wouldn't normally have that kind of exterior one of my favorite programs that we started three years ago and you can tell you know for my background in love camping fifth this was found to happen i was our grant funded camping program where we bring groups of of kids from baltimore city out to irvine to spend the night in the case valley and initially a lot of said on tuesday that brooks you're you're crazy uh you know these kids might they be scared or they might want to go home where are they can like the food and and i said you know let's just try it and as i said we've been doing it for three years we've bring out about fifteen groups a year and knock on wood everything one of those kids had a fantastic experience uh non wanted to go home and in fact many of wanted to come back and enjoy a whole nother night in the case valium and uh i'll tell you a quick story um we had a teacher and i was checking with a teacher one morning after after the overnight and she said to me brooks you know irvine really thinks that everything they were playing recordings have coyotes howling round the last night and i add that turned to the teacher and say uh terribly sorry but we're not that clever those were actually real coyotes and you know for these kids to be able to come out through the caves valley and listen to owls and to hear coyotes and the cdhr and rabbits and.