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"john hall" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show
"But. Before. We ended man because I want WanNa have you back on men because this is. Really, really good man Chris wouldn't. You agree because I mean John I appreciate your openness and vulnerability so much man I appreciate you this is this is. Yeah. I mean, what's funny to Chris is. Chris helped me and just write this memoir and send me your address. I'll just send it to post office I mean the post office box but Chris. There are a lot of similarities. I mean, we were joking you're giving us some shit on sounding like you but I'm sitting here listening to be like Supply remarkably similar to this. Before. But the thing is like John. John gets mad but he doesn't have a crazy fucking denver like I do you know what I mean like you way more. Yeah. But you're still chiller than me man general way more chill than me not that were five days. That whole that same like brandon go sort of like the only way out is through like you guys got that in common in spades man and this this working hundred days whatever it's going to be do whatever it takes and. I mean, let me ask you this John Before before. I, have to jump. Lake. You said you signed the lease on the second place before covert. Is it. Would you have necessarily not signed it if you had another month? Lab You determine in the next week or so. But I think I get the sense that you're crazy enough that you would have signed it anyway I bet you anywhere. Is. Warning would was I going to be I I still because also chew. You like we're not sell in a certain demographic who? Might. Not have always to the neighborhood we're at that. That's that's right. And it ended a day. This is still a business obviously dealing with the we're dealing with this business. So one, hundred, percent I, it was a money move. You know what? I mean and even operated in the rams, Cova. On opportunity like we could probably to get to the lawyers in. I'm sure that there could have been some sort of regal. Financing that could have probably got out of it with do certain sets. If. Really Press. Also to. A lawyer fused out that. Man. We are talking to say we're the same here. and. Look when I'm John would like. Is. He's also a cool guy. All Right I'm done Solo Utah can stop. It stop the meter stop forget. To classes. Using Dude. John I WANNA to have you back on and. Talk about all the stuff that we talked about and I'm glad that you were so willing to share so much and no doubt listen this is New York and I'm going I'm. Done.
Fresh update on "john hall" discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"For that one yet and quote So, tiktok status check still alive at least at the time of this recording, because a federal judge has apparently granted a preliminary injunction against the trump administration order that would have banned. TIKTOK. From US APP stores quoting The New York Times the injunction halts only the element of the ban scheduled to take effect Sunday at midnight, which would have forced TIKTOK OFF APP stores run by companies like apple and Google it does not cover a broader set of restrictions set to take effect in November at this time the judge Carl Nichols. Of United, States District Court for the District of Columbia said in his order lawyers for the APP told Judge Nichols in a hearing on Sunday morning that forcing online stores to remove the APP weeks before an election and at a time of increased isolation because of pandemic would impinge on the rights of potential new users to share their views. TIKTOK had sought the preliminary injunction to temporarily halt the ban. A ban would quote be no different from the government locking the doors to a Public Forum said John Hall lawyer for Tiktok. Quote pleased that the court agreed with our legal arguments and issued an injunction preventing the implementation of the Tiktok at van a spokesman for Tiktok said on Sunday. After the judge's decision, we will continue defending our rights for the benefit of our community and employees. At the same time, we will also maintain our ongoing dialogue with the government to turn our proposal which the president gave preliminary approval to last weekend into an agreement and quote the Commerce Department said in a statement that it would quote comply with the injunction and has taken immediate steps to do so but intends to defend the executive order and the secretaries implementation efforts from legal challenges and.
"john hall" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show
"Expensive. But even with that said in Dave, I know you. You can piggyback on this is that. I think America has to the consumers have to understand that. Things money like eight calls more everything costs money lake everything has in that building you have already paid. So I do think Leather Wli the restaurant industry we have to get better about our markets US learn things that that got us in this position worry now you. Lay. at office this. Don't even know about food costs. You don't know this for cost me with I had to pay someone to. Produce it to trap it to make it. You know the fastest. Pay For. All that you know. We have collectively up the prices because also too you know minimum wage is going to go across the country. And it has to reflect things have to be relative for to all makes sense. So at the consumer service have to realize I look again, get caviar for clicking hot dot. Worse you know So I. Hit the nail on the head one, hundred percent I totally agree. I just. I want to be careful because I. Piss off a lot of people here. Do. You know but but like. I. Think it's very clear. There's a lot of solutions to fixing a lot of our business issues in his hospital industry. One of which is. We need to charge more for food. There are many many others. One big one though is food prices but the problem I have with this is not that it shouldn't be higher. Of course, it should be higher. I get upset when people refuse to look at the holistic picture there's a lot of critics or people that are inside the business whether their own they own restaurants or not or journalists that are like, Hey, you need to offer this this and this how come you're not paying this and how can you don't have this kind of benefit or that kind of benefit Well you could be busy restaurant, but your margins are still going to be the same lamarcus. This whole thing needs to change and I don't know of everyone's going to have the altruism to make sure that you you diversifying spread that wealth in your business, but it's hard to. Do the things any business that would be busy and successful can do when we have a ceiling on how much we can charge for food and how the media and I want to play this on the media at all. But how the messaging gets interpreted to your audience that my by that food and the problem I have with all of this is I think everything you described is going to happen and it's actually going make it worse for our business in the short end maybe long-term because. Independent restaurants are totally fucked right now. They are going to we all are going to try to figure out a better model and we're all coming. This inclusion. Things need to be more expensive probably by thirty to forty percent more expensive, right? Honest Yes if you're going to get rid of tips and all these things thirty to forty percent I think to start. Well if you're a high capitalist business and you're publicly traded Asakusa change and you have thousands and thousands of locations you. Franchisee. You have no incentive to increase your prices. You actually have every incentive to make it cheaper. I feel like they're all obviously no ill will on anyone but. Definitely, the chains Pop people jobs, but. The Independent Mom and pop places. Is Really. Hard to sort of compete with. Is is difficult because you know the more locations, the the better buying power. Good. So it was of course less you can charge. Is GonNa be really curious to see how this turns out? John, you're competing against Domino's in Chapel Outlay Their Market Cap in terms of valuation up, they get money from the public markets has increased by one hundred percent since March like how the fuck a small mom and pop restaurant. Going to compete when they know the the bigger change know that they can drive out the competition by offering them more cheaply. This is Fox man. I tell you what so oftentimes in, you'll be very proud to know this. Sort of China, my inner chain in the. Times. So. down. I went in and out when I talk shit till I, the the three people who Own Hall in here. And I'm GonNa make all this shit better than Yarmuth making or I'm GonNa have hardly utter reviews. WHO's GonNa? Because I'M GONNA make every single fucking search. It goes Outta here which you know what? To those places they're taking close. It was some of the best because you had. You had the owners. Walking in there, you had the chefs working in there but said to them I say every time marines. Every time you the online order we're in the middle pandemic in the whole country's under employed. So when people make the second decision to call us we better not fuck up, they call domino's they could call. On eight name them the shot they could all other things. In the way cheaper. We have to go above and beyond we have to make sure every single thing that goes out. Is better than ever was because you know what? WHO's the Satan? They call back again. Every time at Boone's and when co star man it was like. You didn't get. Choked emotions like just to see this or. That man. Why Black, whatever it did not have people were their favorite spots. People who were supporting people still support the middle of olive. And you know, honestly that's one of the most things I'm super proud of of my city. Is the support because you know what they could save an extra ten dollars. In With the fact that they choose the think about us in the foundation support US you're in the middle of all is like I'll I'll never forget that. Like never. You know what I mean you know it. Is Easy to take for granted when the you know when things are just normal, right sure. Stepping Friday, whatever you know like. We had orders just busy straight. Now that you see that ticket real full. You'll yeah you appreciate it man you really man you really do mouse model chef David Breeding. At cf l. Saturday everyday. He would always say those are we have an opportunity here? Every time every before service you know what? I'm saying fucking opportunity. We got opportunity in look at that. We have opportunity bone rains opportunity to either win back votes. Gain New People. Are you know just a? Level of quality of what we were doing like is is intern I think is. Helping us make us a better restaurant because we're trying to survive through the. John Hall do you think that? Eight years ago you'd ever sound like this because you sound a lot like.
"john hall" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show
"You want to open a restaurant in New York City and I tell them don't do and then they know I'm GonNa tell them don't do it. It's like no no, no don't do it here. But I got express myself I have to I, have to scratch this. Why do you have to do it in New York? Your dumb. You really. Don't you know there's there's a whole nother world that didn't also to it means so much more. To your community to your people like. Birmingham and I remember when I was relieved new. York. where? GonNa? Wear. Do, what. They Crazy, they will be honest John I thought the same. As. A. You on the path to being my you know running. A. Big Restaurant something something. You know what I mean if you chose right like you could be doing anything, you want John Hall would be. In conversation of like having the pick of the job that you want. That was just. You know where the if you stayed in New York and that's what I mean. You would never leave New York because you know that story so for you say, no, no, no, this is not for me. I gotTa Take Care Family First and then me second and then explore what you did in Birmingham that was not only the right move I think was the only move for you. So what happened then you get to Birmingham you re you adjust will you like fuck man I Miss New York I mean. I there's three places I absolutely. Love. Brooklyn. Birmingham and New Orleans. Favorite places. So I always they always have a soft spot from New York. But also teen until people the. Great. Dane about it was that I always come back in I would come back at least three out zero you come back not tourists. like I know how to get everyone needs to go. Back to eat drink a see friends hanging out at least I'm not were of. Our. Do H showing up at nine PM. Appeals. Mocking. Mustache or some? Dude, you repeat wells an idea. He ask people showed up as A. Inspector. It was. It an atomic haute crazy but also to in retrospect. When I left here people thought I. was crazy do. You even you're GonNa have you make an hour in like it was under twelve dollars an hour. How. Much was your first job? Where did you get paid in new? York City? I. Don't quote me about it was under twelve I want to say it was like to. Pero like you're bucking craze seventy, eight, seventy, five for me. But the great thing to change the laws that like I was able to get much ot especially as is sort prove myself and. Be reliable dependable. Want to. Be. There get cooks. We Have Health Insurance Helen Eight family milk today also was shit I it. It was it was okay. But yeah, you happy partially crazy to do it. So it was like you know I got called crazy on both. Okay. Now member when I went to New York, offers Alabama in York came out to bounce Oh. You know. Crazy. When did it become? When did it become pizza for you John? Because, I. Don't remember you ever make an Goddamn pizza from. Like what? I. Never once the John Hall ever mentioned. Passion for. Pizza. Secrets. Out to also to feel this is you ever watch dream champs with half drink jeff's Taylor you. Have something I'm I'm not wrestler I`Ma. Limited. You started so i. Once I was on a per se. I went to work for Andrew Tarlo at A. At. Diner Rinus the MARLINS sons. In when we get off word. I live in Olympic Gardens in it was. Straight. Family neighborhood. So they knew late night eats. So. Myself. Different data the time how this crazy ideas like You should do like some sort of like late night food delivery. So. We can't who's considered in some pizza. Get off from diner. By Cone A abide to New York of bike home. Backyard Gardens activate an extra phone line to g mail and I would make pieces out of my apartment. In. I tell you I live two blocks away ridden Eerie Street I love to Butler from collies easing one of my favorite piece of places up. The Best of places. In the country shot to colleagues in also Raza's from Jersey. In we deliver made in delivering late night pieces to bars in Oakland Carroll Gardens that sort worthy idea came from stopped it. When job with that song. Wow I had no idea. Yeah. Yeah. Did you tell anybody were doing this at moving. You basically just tell you basically slow me I'm Batman. Bridge. Lanny what. You're saying. Laws. On the lake on the late night. Word like can I ask you like how illegal was that? Do you think it should be more legal to do that Shit I'M Not. Talking about now. Goes. Up. But also choose saying that is that from the places that I've worked at. I'm sure I practice better. Sanitary Health some shady restaurants. Manhattan. So I you know like frozen a health standpoint, you know. You're not gonNA break away from the training in the right thing to do. But from their standpoint yes. To. Ill is based on. The government and the city like. Man. used to drink champs by himself without a SAR here. Listen. Rosa. Yeah. A little PROZAC. You've inspired me about you keep on talking Chris in the world. To. His We'll take shifts I. Guess I'll do it out what he's back, but but John you think that like. I fully believe that you are practicing better hygiene and better overall professionalism than than some restaurants. But do you think like looking forward as we're moving for after you know this post-code world like should should should some of that loosen up? Should people like the young version of you be able to do that more easily? I think I think so I. Think if you make it, you know obviously there has to be some sort of regulations, right? Outside of that you. Can tell you cities thrive or they run off host..
"john hall" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show
"Opportunity to win twenty five thousand bucks win to to get a grant grant ya and it's a grant. Back is sneezing. And So I wanted to make sure that we spoke about top of the podcast. So people heard and they do that because that's a life changing. possibility for for many businesses and. Especially right now. You get. Twenty five in the mill right now who serve. Yes thank you. Thank you. But secondly, to you know we I've wanted to catch up with you for a while on this podcast because I don't know anybody that opened up Pizzeria Not New York City I know a lot of people that opened up restaurants and pizza shops on the coast but I don't know anybody that opened a restaurant in Alabama and. That's all you're from first of all right something. And and you know we're GONNA get into that. But you know I was saying that we used to work together used to be one of the sous chefs at Sombor. Few years back and you spent time at per se. And maybe another restaurant did you work in another restaurant New York's GRAMERCY PROMO FOR YEARS? That's right. That's right. Mike Anthony. The man, one of the nicest guys in the business one of the nicest people you ever meet as. We're really nice I ask is. What is it common but also? Don't be. On your ass. He. But man like you left New York and I remember it's like dude I, just need a fucking change of pace man. Those those a lot of factors now, and you know in while we're the top of this. I KINDA WANNA get some pleasantries out of the way I. I'm not sure who signed off on it. Those opportunity for me to do mom fan but one of the main reasons was. You know family was dealing with like a phone number. How like a really bad accident in my mom was just still which is so much shit. Now. I sat out accomplish everything I said out doing your. And my family really need to be closer to home. And you guys. You guys have hate me lights for at least like another Maas. After I left. New. York. Citizen SORTA helped me get back on my feet and get acclimated when I got back home? And I'll tell you this in. Ah wanted to tell you this on Pike s because I think you message you know we must each other here. Throughout throughout the time throughout the years that I just really wanted to say you know. Hardly know. Thank you. For that to you know to the whole paper, Cut Mama Who Team Like died You have no idea what that meant to me in in how the help me sort of transition. Back. In here such as talking about podcast I wanted to make sure I said John I appreciate that. Thank you John. The least we could do, and that's what I meant is just like I've been in that sort of boat to shit going on at home and New York could be a grind in a way that is not healthy and you're like I gotta get the hell out of here. So it wasn't like. Leaving on anything but good terms and it was like, Hey, man, whatever we can do, we're going to do our best and and. You know I remember thinking about it as i. I I don't I mean tell me for wrong when you left I, didn't have the sense that you wanted to cook anymore either. I love. In the sense of. Like you burn out on like a certain kind of restaurant like that kind of cooking you know and I was like and what you did with what Brooks did security burgers like this is what I know how to do. This is my entire life right but like I don't want to do it this way anymore, there's gotTa be other ways to express myself well, I'll tell you. In the hot a lot to do. But also to it was. Assault how the city was growing? saw things were changing and you know like you said, New York. I I knew I was I was a tipping point I. Advise Stay. Out being new for the rest of my life. Are A. This could be sort of mine transition now. In Israel been great for me you know like we're not dealing I don't have to deal with the New York Times reviews in. The bose yet. Day I remember one time we got the deal which came in to some on Sunday us like at nine o'clock and I was like I'm. The whatever feel like. Six. Program out of the office and it's all. White. You're not dealing with the ills of you know what I mean in I think one of the things. When we get through Kobe because I know we will. I think when the one of the refreshing things you're going to see is that unfortunately for some major cities, you're seeing this sort of s o right? But I think culinary scene in food over the country is actually going to be so much more better because you have these extremely talented people were in the new. York the all as. They're going back to small markets they're going back to where they're from. In I think more cities are gonNA become. Greater food destinations. Then just like the five major. Sort of a metropolitans you know what I'm saying like you you'll get a gallon. Casey for its right. Kevin Casey it went back to women who sold. He's filling it. Is Easy one of the best restaurants problem the state. So I think you're GonNa like you do your ahead of the curve man and and you're giving the secret out. Tarmac past five plus years. David. To get a cup of coffee with you pick your brain and I know is about to happen. So.
"john hall" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show
"Of the Day Chang Show is brought to you by me Dave Chang I have a book a memoir coming out September eighth. Titled Eat a peach. I am the last person world that thought I would ever have a book that wasn't a cookbook coming out but. You know we recorded a podcast about this will release that soon as a pre-opening diaries, but I just wanted to say we talk a lot about different things in the book about my upbringing about cooking about Asian identity about my own. Mental illness that I'm becoming a lot more open about talking about. If you listen podcast I can't tell you how much I appreciate all the support in this book is something I am nervous about, but it will be out for the world on audio e Book and Regular Book September Eighth I voiced the audiobook that took me a long time and I think doing this podcast helped me out being a little bit more professional about it but. You can buy this book and your independent bookstores your online retailers Amazon slash anywhere. I prefer it to be an independent bookstore but I can't force you to do anything you guys don't want to. But I wrote this book with Gabe Lula. And I'm thankful for the opportunity and I'm privileged to be able to tell these stories and I hope that it is Fun. Read. Eat a peach memoir by myself coming out September eighth pre-order it. These are all things that are publisher would love me to say so I am saying it That's it. Guys. Now to your show. Changsha part of the Ringer podcast network presented by major media. Thank you to Yo La Tengo as always for the introduction speaking, which we should probably get them on the podcast. I don't know if we can get all three of them maybe just one of them would be cooled off but. We should do that and see how life is been treating them in quarantine. But this week we have a another installment of are too small to fail series with Chef John Hall Post Office Pies in Alabama. I know he's opening up a another location that's another reason why I wanted to speak to him but in general I've never been to Birmingham Alabama. He's from there and the reason is many fold right she used to work for me. We used to work together to be one of the sous chefs at SOM- bar he spent time at per se and I haven't seen the last time I spoke to him was in this basement of a subway and I knew he moved back to Alabama and A. That if you join. Own. May turn on your. Head. Things. Jane what's up man turn your video on. Anyway. All part of the show jaundice finally called in. where? Life in quarantine. Apoptosis Zoom. Showing. I'm actually enjoying this because I'm like someone knows. A. Man Oh, my gosh. was going on dude. We were just doing the introduction and and I was saying how I think the last time I saw you was in the basement of a subway station and and I knew that you're saying you are you're leaving New York and you go back to Alabama from where you're from and I said, you know there are many reasons why I wanted to get you on this podcast one was. Like I wanted to say that that discover program is that still going on is still going on is going to talk about a real quick what it is exactly. All right. So so originally started they reached out. During the beginning cove it. So a reason was GONNA be businesses. Restaurants, Robin and trying to survive during show. And then I think with all the you know civil unrests that happen Dave, started made a pivot in say. Look we want to get night towards. Restaurants. In bars and whatnot Mama Potshots is ran by by African Americans and they pivoted towards. It'd be a so like nurses are gonNA donate Bob million dollars towards. People caller who, on businesses choose sort can. Help. Get through this so Is Basically. We got the grant and it was like all right well. The whole program is now to nominate for people to nominate anyone in your own city neighborhood does a Black on black ran restaurants are are bar business in in basically they're you know they're gonNA. Dish Oh you know a grants devos as their get a nominated. Now I noticed that the the whole on how they're gonNA pick the people but it is It is based on you know you need to get nominated. So I put that out there for me. You know the crazy thing was that. Oh No this ain't me like. People. You know what I'm saying. That that's so spotter that that restaurant or whatever it is this near you neighborhood that the people that you love is the late. Sinister. Them says, this is not you know it's not about.
"john hall" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"John Hall hang on we're going to get into the phones I got an email Russia how can you sit there and say that the that the Democrats are imploding let me try to explain this to you I think I would be safe in saying here that I understand a significant percentage of the American people I wouldn't have this program it wouldn't be a successful is as it is if I didn't and this isn't hot folks what are we talking about here today what are we talking with impeachment and the Harvard what we talk are we talking about two thousand sixteen are we talking about two thousand twenty or well what we talked the American people still don't know do you know there's still no evidence for anything that has propelled any of this and when ever people are asked to raise their hands can you identify an impeachable offense nobody can raise their hand when they're asked to say name the crime they can't name the crime the American people are not dense dimmer and certainly you in this audience tonight dance you know full well that despite all of this that the Democrats are running in circles they were throwing things up against the wall hoping against hope that some thing of it is gonna stick and nothing is sticking to the walls it's like swine and it hits the wall there just slimes all the way back down to the floor wait so trump colluded with Russia to steal it okay well three years of an investigation and nobody seen any evidence of a number of Horowitz report out and the only thing it says is there was no bias in the investigation but it never the last turns up confirmation of everything that we know that happened in what was a biased investigation that investigation didn't show what better evidence the trump colluded or cheated or stole anything the Democrats have not made the case that he did the anything illegal cheated or stole or whatever else in Ukraine and by the way can people are perfectly capable of understate wait a minute I thought this'll about Russia now you're saying that the guy committed an impeachable offense in a phone call to you crane and we've seen the transcript and still in all of this you can't go ask anybody what did trump go and have anybody tell you I'm telling you this is been a giant bomb because all has been is an effort to convince the American people the trump didn't deserve to win in two thousand sixteen and I haven't made that case they haven't made the case that the election of two thousand sixteen should be overturned they were never going to be able to make that case and they haven't even come close to it they're they're flailing fog it's embarrassing.
"john hall" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"John Hall hang on we're going to be getting to the phones I got an email Russia how can you sit there and say that the the Democrats are imploding let me try to explain this to you I think I would be safe in saying here that I understand a significant percentage of the American people I wouldn't have this program it wouldn't be a successful is as it is if I didn't and this isn't hot folks what are we talking about here today what are we talking with impeachment and the Harvard what we talk are we talking about two thousand sixteen are we talking about two thousand twenty or what what we talk the American people still don't know do you know there's still no evidence for anything that has propelled any of this and when ever people are asked to raise their hands can you identify an impeachable offense nobody can raise their hand when they're asked to say name the crime they can't name the crime the American people are not dance number and certainly you in this audience tonight dance you know full well that despite all of this that the Democrats are running in circles they were throwing things up against the wall hoping against hope that some thing of it is gonna stick and nothing is sticking to the walls it's like swine and it hits the wall that just slimes all the way back down to the floor wait so trump colluded with Russia to steal it okay well three years of an investigation and nobody seen any evidence of a number of horror which report out and the only thing it says is there was no bias in the investigation but it never the last turns up confirmation of everything that we know that happened in what was a biased investigation that investigation didn't show one better evidence that trump colluded or cheated or stole anything the Democrats have not made the case that he did the anything illegal cheated or stole or whatever else in Ukraine and by the way can people are perfectly capable of understand where the minute I thought this all about Russia now you're saying that the guy committed impeachable offense in a phone call to you crane and we've seen the transcript and still in all of this you can't go ask anybody what did trump go and have anybody tell you I'm telling you this is been a giant bomb because all your has been is an effort to convince the American people the trump didn't deserve to win in two thousand sixteen and I haven't made that case they haven't made the case that the election of two thousand sixteen should be overturned they were never going to be able to make that case and they haven't even come close to it they're they're flailing fog it's embarrassing these.
"john hall" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille
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Dorian strengthens, heads toward Florida as dangerous category 4 hurricane
"Minutes the big story hurricane Dorian blasting its way through the Atlantic Ocean as a dangerous category four storm last night Fridays several rescue crews from Texas are now headed to Florida to assist those in need the group Texas Baptist man is getting her ready to roll crews out what supplies to help those who will be in need the director of communications for the group is John Hall and he told me this morning all they care real these Saturday morning news we expected the first TV and trucks that will start the assessment it's for is canvassing the area they will start getting into position as early as today they'll start leaving today we actually have volunteers who will be on our at our headquarters early this morning and we will take all meanwhile emergency responders are staging rescue and utility
"john hall" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Some how did we just come up at the end? I'm very covered. Africa by TOTO. I don't believe they've covered Roseanna. They cover Africa. I don't give a fuck about the weezer version. He this man is they're confused. He also referred to John Oates, which I believe he's referring to are. No, he called John Hall as opposed to Daryl hall, and John Oates. One. John oates. John Hall is he kept calling look, man. He somebody's got a huge. Dick, get one of those two guys. Probably does let me say this. No, one should have any guilty pleasure about liking whole notes. Here's the problem with all notes as the internet's leading hall and Oates fan, you really believe I can speak to this. Honestly, couldn't even name one of their songs. Oh, come on, Bill, whatever your name is will the Bill? I mean after port drink after this on my mind, just slipping after that phone call anyway, their music is excellent rich girl, for example, is perhaps the greatest example of a perfect pop song hall and oats did destructed. Yeah. Holy shit. Will not the not the the version by Nelly Tato. But a different song. I came out during my physics vision. That was man eater. Yeah. Wow. Because I am a man see I do know some hall notes. I just didn't know I knew they're fantastic. I've seen the many times live. They are tremendous musicians who carry an. Unbelievable band with them. The problem with hall knows the reason they fall into this guilty pleasure area is back in the eighties. Everyone was doing a lot of cocaine. That's true. And if you look at the music videos, they're just terrible and these guys had to wear these terrible outfits, and they did these weird interviews with Rolling Stone in the early eighties about how they didn't deny being gay because they're trying to be cutting edge there, obviously, not gay dudes John Oates, actually posted he was having his thirty fifth wedding anniversary this week on his Instagram. So they just wanted to capitalize on day. That's weird thing. It was the thing that prince put up that song controversy that said am I black or white am I straight or gay and people freak out about prince fucked everybody though. Well, that's isn't that just like common knowledge..
A College Degree from an H.B.C.U., More than Fifteen Years in the Making
"Ravens rookie quarterback. Lamar Jackson says he knows he can throw in hopes to do more of it during the first star of his career. He threw the ball nineteen times. But also at twenty six rushing attempts which was the most by any quarterback in these Super Bowl era. Lamar has. I think the ravens are doing what they need to do to win football games. Okay. Everyone wants to make make light of the fact that all the Russian attempts at he had as a quarterback, that's not sustainable long term. But they're still developing hill. Okay. And if you're John Hobo you literally in the six spot of the playoffs you're going to do what you gotta do to try to win games. So why not utilize a unique aspect of the quarterback? I'm Damian here. The danger of a guy who can run like Lamar Jackson can ROY at quarterback is the temptation will the short term incentive will usually outweigh the long term goal. Right. Like, I can pick up a first down. Well, why would you not always do that? When you can write the problem is then you never develop as a as a passer down the field. But here it's not important at this moment for him to develop that at this moment. Pick up the first down when you can. And that's why there'd be playing it. Bob line is the ravens are the number one defense in football people have forgotten about that they're number one in points allowed their number one in yards allowed. All they need is somebody to give them something authencity. And Joe flacco has proven to be untrustworthy the Super Bowl champion here. One great postseason outside of that. He's been a model of inconsistency. You consider the direction that they're going in. You have a guy that moves did that has the potential to move the change and make things happen with his feet. That's a Dement. That's an extra dimension that the Baltimore Ravens haven't had in years, obviously. Because a flacco you look at it from that perspective. It becomes a bit intriguing. You roll with it. He should be worried about whether or not, you know, they think he can throw the football or not whatever the case may be make plays make things happen and go from there, particularly right now because John Hall boss future may very well. Be on the line. It's just such a different quarterback. Joe flacco, and obviously they've RG three there
"john hall" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You had Bill Clinton comes power in the US with all the confidence that Clinton had in his first term. Could do no wrong. Tony Blair came to power in Britain at the time when he was completely untarnished, the huge majority could do wrong, the paramilitary organizations who had been driving the violence, the leadership in both sides can of the point where there were getting older middle aged. They were beginning to think on my God, am I gonna go through the same stuff as as I've gone through? So you've had this new had Irish go from Ireland itself was modernizing. In a lotta ways liberalizing in other ways, the old kind of very narrow nationalism was was was was being challenged people were open to new ways of thinking. So these things aligned and we got a peace process. Which is absolutely not perfect qualified in all sorts of vice, but is utterly remarkable. I mean, it's a Greg human achievements. And it was an achievement that was primarily Irish and British these two historical enemies work together with absolute clarity and closeness to bring it about. But it was also underpinned by the United States, which was really kind of very important guarantor friends throughout the process, of course, George Mitchell, Senator George Mitchell chaired the process with the man should go straight to heaven. Remember when John Hall to Sutin? Yeah. They should make somebody is saying to you whether alive. I think the patients could enjoy the patients he shows to to deal with all of this stuff was was remarkable. And the European Union was the guarantor as well. So so you had all these kinds of things aligned very delicate process, and really what the process we're trying to do was to say, look, you have a problem here, which is a historic problem, which goes back to you know, you can count on seven hundred years eight hundred years, whatever beginning point you want. In order to solid. You got to do something really radical. You've gotta stop thinking about identity as being monolithic. So if you ask the question, are you Irish or British do you want a United Ireland or do you want to stay part of the kingdom, you were only going to get polar opposites, and there was no meeting point zero sum game. So the British used to always kind of superciliously joke about the Irish whenever the Irish question was about to be solved. The Irish was changed. The question actually changing. The question was a really good idea is that of saying, what is your identity, and are you willing to die for it? She said what could you live with their way of thinking about identity would be okay. So that you could actually get back to some kind of normal life came up with was very very brilliant delicate complex arrangements, which said everybody in Northern Ireland's has a right to be. And this is the quotation from the agreement that says the birthright of everyone in Northern Ireland's should be RBIs are both as they may. So choose. Vary radical rethinking of what density means right and saying your identity might be people. It's a matter of choice. So therefore, it's in your head, and because it's in your head it could change its contingent. It's open. So this happened twenty years ago where marking the twentieth anniversary of this year. And we all knew it was going to be a long term process. So it was first of all about stopping the violence leading the bitterness leading that kind of awful cycle. Just just stop. And that takes a while. And then trying to build some kind of trust trying to build some sort of normality getting people just kind of living an ordinary life. And after all of the suffering Northern Ireland's needed about twenty years of boredom. Just ordinariness not being epic know just just just getting on with already life. And the fact that the border had more or less disappeared was a huge factor that so so just meant that. If I get on the train like one of my earliest childhood memories, getting on the train from from Dublin sculptor Belfast we used to go shopping and Belfast and smuggled things back certain things were cheaper. We used to go up kind of comeback really really fat because your mother would dress you in about four layers of clothing was cheaper. So they're talking about four layers of clothing if you released, mommy, why do we have to close clothes? But but I vividly remember, the, you know, the train would stop on the border and the police would get on they would search and they look at you. Hostile kind of thing. So it the border self was a source of conflict. It didn't just sort of represents the conflicts actually sort of drove it in the way because if people have to be conscious of it all the time. Now when I go on the train, I struggle to remember where exactly was the point of the border. I know, of course, broadly speaking this round where he lost by kinds. I can't even identified anymore bizarrely enough. I think I'm making it up, but it's actually true. The only reason I know that I've crossed the border is my my mobile phone Ping's. There's a message from mobile phone company. And I swear to God, I'm not I'm not joking. The message says you are now roaming in Europe. So. This may sound very banal. It's just about ordinary life. But that's the point of it. It allows businesses to function huge numbers of businesses function cross-border, particularly agricultural food businesses. What are things you have to? Remember? If you don't know the reason why a lot of you showed up here are some of your action with. But if you don't. Let me just I I was promised to try to avoid numbers. But let me give you two numbers. Right. If you don't understand. It's just a very quick one number is eight hundred seventy seven and the other numbers two hundred and eight. Hundred thirty seven is the entire number of border crossings on the entire eastern flank of the European Union. So if you go from the Baltic all the way down all the way down through multi over Russia downs a Turkey. There are one hundred thirty seven border crossings in that vast terrain on the Irish border. There are two hundred eight official border crossings. The hot to be a team of civil service. Join team civil servants from north and south with Brexit. How many border examiner they they came up with two hundred nine but everybody knows that it's actually an infinite number because in a lot of cases somebody's field. It's it's a little stream that you can put two planks across its remember. This was never designed to be a border. It's if it was you would if you were designing bars, you would fire the people who came up with this because it's squiggle os around all sorts of things you can you could be driving along, and you may have crossed the border five times knowing it just goes all over the place to reason is because it was never meant to be a border. It was supposed to be temporary arrangements when the island was partitioned in nineteen twenty one was kind of very disputed agreements. That's that's the six northeastern counties will remain part of the kingdom, the Protestant majority who wanted to be part of the UK and the twenty other counties would which web Catholic charities. Woods woods would form the Irish restage, which became the Republican. And the border question was kind of left over because actually, it's very complicated. Why don't we have a border commission a boundary commission as it was called? And we will work out a proper border, and they spent five years doing this. They couldn't agree. So the status quo just remains in place with this kind of crazy border, and in a way is sort of didn't matter too much. But now it matters. So so you're now saying is that this border which was never meant to be of order, which is unpoliceable uncontrollable. Remember the British during the during the troubles the British had while at any given point. I mean, they had ten thousand troops on the border. But at some point thirty thousand troops on the border, helicopters watchtowers, very sophisticated technology could not stop the IRA from taking bombs bullets guns. Whatever across anytime they want wanted because it's so we know it's an unpoliceable border. It's it's the most porous borders, you can possibly imagine. And you're now proposing with bragg's us to make this border, not just an international frontier, but a frontier between a block of twenty seven countries, and that side's country something that has never ever been in its in its history and could never have envisaged anybody. And so this is this is deeply reckless because it's sort of says that thing you've been doing over there you Irish people. Well, actually, we don't care about it anymore. Hour we're going to stop. And this is not me as an Irish person saying this, there's there's there's two pieces of research. They asked voters that was a big survey. Do people have older leave were asked the question, very directly. Would the destruction of the Irish peace process. Be a price worth paying for breakfast. Eighty three percent of voters said yes. Absolutely. There's another survey just out just that last week, which says pretty much the same thing and ask conservatives members of the conservative party. Would you be prepared to destroy the peace process to have Brexit, the success eighty percents? Yes. Absolutely. And I don't want to be most of about is. I I don't want to blame people, but it is an act of recklessness to say, actually, we don't really care. What's going on over there? The irony is this. This is kind of saying you people are far him even while at the same time, insisting your parts of the United Kingdom. This is Britain's own territory. This is not you know, it's not somewhere off in the mid Atlantic. You know, this is a place that Britain claims to be absolutely integral part of its own territory. So there's a kind of recklessness here. There's no salt of there's there's no real plan. And so what the Irish government has had to do is to say, look we can't trust you on this. If everybody is saying, it looks very simple. Everybody's saying there cannot be hard border, including bridge governments Briscoe from its European Union the ours, everybody saying copy hardboard, you can't go back to that. So that looks very simple. What's the problem saying just trust us on us? We'll we'll work out something. After we've done the deal with the European Union, and we're gonna get this fabulous deal. And it's going to give us we're going to have cake and eat cake and everything is going to be just wonderful. Solve course. It'll be no voted lobby fine and the governments. I think we've enough has been forced to say, look, we can't take it on trust that it's going to be fine. This is this is really serious matter. I mean, this this is an existential question us, and you'll have no plan here. You have absolutely no sense at all of how you're going to achieve this thing that we all agree Melissa achieve. So this is why are you've got this won't bore you with all the bureaucratic language, but this box stop. You may have heard of which is the thing. That's now stopping Brexit, which is. The European Union and the. European union. Not just the European Union in concert with the government is saying there can be no agreements with Britain. We're not doing any deal with you until you have guarantee about the fact that there will be no ours border, a not a sort of trust us about this. But an actual legal international guarantee. It has to be placed in stone as something that that. And what the Irish and the Europeans are saying is look if you can come up with another solution fine. Absolutely. If you think there's some technological solution that you can have a border between the European Union and Britain that has no infrastructure. It's all the never existed in human history before you think you can do it. But fine, we're all delighted with that. But all we're saying is if you can't there's a failsafe, which is that you guaranteeing that there won't be one. And therefore, you're gonna have to do second other things. And of course, the other things that really the only way that I think this can work still is if the UK has a very soft Brexit if it stays within the European customs union in large parts of the single market. But of course, that's exactly what it's saying that they will not. And that's why the the talks are in such a quagmire. I mean, they've been unable to move forward. And it's all about the Irish issue. The Irish issue is absolutely central to the whole thing. It's a great example of the return of the repressed. You know, if you don't talk about it, if you would notice it's gonna come back and bite you, and that's really what's happening with Brexit, Brussels. And so what are the chances of a compromise in which Northern Ireland can? Can in fact, be separated off from Brexit be allowed to be part of the EU, even though it's part of the United Kingdom. So. The EU to be fair to it. And I've I've often been a critically you. But it's actually been pretty extraordinary on this issue. So the negotiation that Michel Barnier is leading the team and really everybody from European side spoken about this. But Barnea it's simply there are three things the British after sort out before we can get into talking about the final. Deal. What what the relationship's gonna look like people money Ireland? People is just mutual rights between citizens UK gonna be living in European Union countries what they rights and vice versa. No complicated. Bit of doing throwing..
"john hall" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr
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Judge urges U.S. to focus on reuniting deported parents with children
"To be ready. They need to get out when they're asked to get out because we need them out of the way so that we can do our job. So they need to sort of prepacked. You thinking about that. Had that list have prepared, have your plan. And leave when it's necessary governor Brown has declared a state of emergency for, Riverside County because of the fire news brought to you by American vision windows the man accused of. Starting that fire near Idyllwild plus eight more has pleaded not guilty he's charged with more than a dozen arson crimes Riverside County DA spokesman John Hall says there could be even more charges filed because the fire is, still burning if anything should happen the damage increases if there's any injuries. Etc defense lawyer Joseph Cammarata says if the fires were arson set they hope the real person responsible is found our thoughts and prayers are with the first responders. That, are battling these fires right now in the. Families that are affected by them the man. Charged could get life in prison if he's convicted homeless advocates, in Orange, County are trying. To get a, judge's order to protect encampments. Activists say hundreds of people cleared from the set at a river have nowhere to go lawyer Brooke widespread filed court papers Thursday to stop the. Enforcement of anti camping laws until new. Shelters go up we. Certainly do have people who, are still receiving Tickets for camping for trespassing. If they moved from camping in public to camping by the railroad tracks or by the river bed sometimes we see tickets. For, improper use of a milk crate in the park she says the county shelters are completely. Full she says the county would need about three. Thousand more. Beds to. Keep up with demand Andrew mollenbeck KFI news federal judges praised and panned the Trump administration. For its efforts to. Return children to. Their Olympic illegal immigrant, parents. Who were, separated at the, border the judge in San Diego, said yesterday the government gets credit for reunifying. Eighteen hundred children with moms dads or sponsors but also says the administration needs to do a better job at reuniting more than four, hundred children who are still separated because their. Parents have been deported more deportations on hold as the judge considers an ACL you challenge it could be, a stinky weekend at the Huntington library in San Marino and people are excited about that. Because the corpse flower is, about to bloom and when it does it reveals its colorful maroon insides and. Not so nice smell the corpse flower has grown To about three feet three inches which is smaller than other flowers that have bloomed in past years. But officials at the Huntington say that doesn't mean the flower won't be stinky. The blooming plant gives off to gases Di. 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Charlie, KFI and Attorney discussed on Bill Handel
"Why don't you Six Coming up on Sunday morning with Elizabeth Espinosa I've got star is about LA behaving. Badly that is if you survive this heat wave Sunday morning with Elizabeth Spinoza tomorrow morning at five on KFI AM six, forty, four stimulating talk AM six forty more stimulating, talk Bill Handel This is on the law. Marginal legal advice Hey, Charlie. Welcome to handle on the law yes sir This is my question I lived in I live in the city of San Diego County, of Los Angeles in the northeast, section of the, city which is, Valerie by Arcadia purity other larger cities what has happened the sidewalks in my neighborhood are getting so degraded that. They're causing a hazard when people, try and walk away I discovered this when I retired I also developed the doctor told me to walk. More wife and I got out. Only. To find it the sidewalks. Are just so bad okay content I contacted the city the city has. Told me that because these are not really, a sidewalk they are an asphalt sidewalk if. You, would, they are not responsible for keeping. Them, up Sidewalks or between. Two schools oh wait a minute hold on it they're not. A sidewalk there asphalt but do they. Look like a sidewalk absolutely the act like a sidewalk first of all I've never heard I've never heard, of asphalt sidewalks I've never seen, one of those, it's always concrete, so you're telling me if you have a normal sidewalk that you see you've. Got the front yard then the. Sidewalk and then a piece of, grass and then the street right yeah okay kind of like a main thoroughfare okay but it's still the. Main thoroughfare but it's still that. Way. It's it's basically acts like. A sidewalk the ground you know the the front yard sidewalk the the. Green and then the street so the only, difference is it's asphalt and it's not concrete Interesting and. That is does, that belong to. The city who owns that, I. Would guess it would be the. City unless they. Say it's all private property that it's is my thoughts I believe it, belongs to the city okay, and I got I contacted them and and one of the other questions, I? Had. For. This because they have no accessible. Wheelchair. Ramps on on the corners yet, they come back to deny. That I have an Email that they, are not, responsible because, they are not sanctioned, sidewalk, is basically what they're giving me oh. Interesting I don't even know what a sanction sidewalk is by Yeah That it's the fact that he's a poured concrete rather than. This I don't, know if concrete if a sidewalk is defined as having b. Comprised of concrete, and no other material I think you have, to look at I the. I don't even know why. The ordinance ordinance say sidewalks are comprised of that's a really interesting point I, so I don't even know if there's been a lawsuit filed research it but I'd be surprised if. There was a lawsuit filed saying that, this is a sidewalk and asphalt sidewalk is the same as concrete sidewalks but for the fact that it's concrete and it'd be very well be an, ordinance or even a statute that deals with it and define. Sidewalks concrete then I don't even know where the. Hell, you vote this I've never heard of this before by the way Charlie this is a. Weird one, now and that surprises city's trying to. Get out of it of, course they tried to get out of everything Sure More. Thing let me add to this is the fact that I did look up on the Americans with Disabilities, Act and there's a section to that is clearly states in there that the the city's obligation is to maintain a sidewalk that is. There I guess there have looked it. Up they have lifted up also and their their entire. Premise is that because it's ask, fault it's it's not a. Sidewalk And maybe not so much the asphalt it's just the fact, that thirty nine it's a sidewalk well okay and I don't know how the hell they deny it's a sidewalk I really don't not. Only that like I said we're borderline. Stand Gabriel and triple city both we'll start denying borderline it's either on it's either in, one city or the other Creek, crosses over it's it's about a mile stretch okay, so goes across the line right correct. Okay well I would think every city is responsible for everything on their side. Of, the. Line so so what do you want to do what's your question what do you want to do as a result of this well I I'm retired now I have nothing but time on my hands who I, approach next I'll take as far as I can I would go to, the city council and they have open hearings open meetings odd definitely I. Would talk to the city attorney and let. The city attorney know that it looks like the cities in violation of the ADA American with Disabilities. Act and you see if there are any organizations out. There, and, I'm sure there are that deal with ADA issues. And the government. And there are even their even. Firms law firms, that deal with it now there's two. Different. Kinds of law firms. They're the kind of law firms that are bunch of predators Sleazeball, law firms that go against small businesses where the, ramp is the wrong the elevation is. The wrong degree is supposed to be at twelve degrees and it turns out. It's, a. Thirteen degrees in their forcing relation and they actually extort the business owners there's those and then there are firms that are on the other side who actually deal seriously with with ADA violations and this looks like, it's one of those so I just do some research and put in, some ADA law firms as search words and see where you go on. That and talk to the city attorney's office. And talk to the council that's where I would okay okay Would it be advisable to take pictures and God yes oh yeah oh yeah I take. All the pictures you. Can. Okay All right all right? Charlie take care interesting interesting? Proposition isn't it and their denial that it's a? Sidewalk. How do. You, point. To a sidewalk say that's not a. Sidewalk This is handle on the law Julie? Slater in the KFI newsroom The fire near Idyllwild has more than twelve thousand acres. And is sixteen percent contained five houses have been damaged or destroyed the man accused. Of starting that huge fire plus eight others has. Pleaded not. Guilty he's. Charged with more than a dozen arson crimes Riverside County DA spokesman John Hall says. There could even be more. Charges filed. Because the fires still, burning. If anything. Else should happen, damage increases if there's any injuries, etc defense lawyer Joseph Cammarata. Says if the fires were arson set they hoped a real person responsible is found our thoughts and prayers are with the first responders that are battling, these fires right now in the families. That are affected, by them demand charge could get life in prison if he's convicted the, fire near Yosemite. Is twenty percent contained and has burned over forty six thousand acres the weather is making it hard. For firefighters working, on a fire near reading in northern California ABC's Alec. Stone says the weather has been Hot dry and windy at, night right now the fire, is right. Below fifty, thousand acres and again that's. Kind of an estimate on their part because they haven't been able this is so big now and there are so many. Slayings they say they're kind of estimating it that they're going to try over the. Weekend to get a better more precise number nearly. Forty thousand. People have. Been evacuated five hundred buildings have been destroyed by the fire several people have been. Burned including three firefighters to. Firefighters have. Been killed working on, this. Fire which. Is forty five, which is five percent contained news, brought to you by Fletcher. Jones a motorcars officials in so Cal are looking for more players in a major drug ring a task force seized more than one point six million, dollars worth of illegal drugs Orange County. Undersheriff Don Barnes, says the drugs came in through Mexico the plan is to traffic from, into the United. States and then to distribute those once I got those narcotics two locations in southern California redistribute those. He says officials, found almost two hundred Pounds, of meth heroin and cocaine during the four-month operation he says the illegal. Drugs we're going to three counties in so Cal Andrew mollenbeck KFI news, more than thirty people have been killed after a bus carrying tourists plunged into a gorge in western India the times of India says the bus carrying. Members of an agricultural cultural university fell about five. Hundred feet after skidding off a mountain pass rescue teams say one passenger survived by jumping out, of window as the, bus fell President Trump is thinking North Korean leader Kim Jong UN. For returning the remains of American MIA's from the Korean war we honor the sacred memory. Of every incredible American patriots who fought and, died in that war Trump says vice, president Pence. Will join families waiting for the remains the remains of. Fifty five American soldiers are being returned and more are expected traffic from your helpful. Socal Honda traffic center a, closure onto panga canyon in, both in. Malibu both, directions are between PCH and Panga canyon road it's going to. Be the case all weekend long. Until five AM, Monday morning also seeing a lot of slowing due to some roadwork. They're on the west side southbound side, of the four oh five very slow from Wilshire boulevard as you make your. Way on down towards about Venice boulevard we have at least the off ramp they're closed at Santa Monica, boulevard and if you are trying to get through south LA the one ten. Northbound we have a one lane closed from Adams up to just pass the ten, you are slow, back from slauson avenue KFI.
Facebook will spend $10M on CEO Mark Zuckerberg's private jets and security
"From, Orange County to Santa Fe Pasadena Arizona Lindsey light with the US force service says she seen crews from all over. Gathered the command center at lake him. It we basically have set. Up a camp it's like a miniature. City we have everything that. We need here we have showers sleeping areas we have food group has launched an all-out ground and, air assault on the fire that started Wednesday. Thousands have been forced to leave their homes. Some houses have been. Destroyed in Riverside County Corbin Carson KFI news the man accused of. Starting that huge fire near. Idyllwild plus eight others has pleaded not guilty he's. Charged with more. Than a dozen arson crimes Riverside County spokesman John Hall says there could even be. More charges filed because. The fires still burning if anything should, happen the, damage increases If there's any injuries etc. Defense lawyer Joseph Cammarata says if the. Fires were arson set they. Hoped a real person responsible is found our thoughts and prayers are with the first responders that are, battling these fires right now in the families. That are affected by them demand charge could. Get life in prison. If he's convicted people in reading have been reporting fire NATO's that. Firefighters say are happening because. Of the speed and power of the wins a. Person who lives. In the area says seeing the fire from a mountain top reminded him of Dante's. Inferno a book depicting, hell is beyond Well I don't have to imagine anymore because I can see it higher fighters say they, have never seen fire activity like this to people have died in the fire that, started Monday it has burned more than forty eight thousand acres, and destroyed five. Hundred homes and other buildings protection is pricey if you're Mark Zuckerberg Facebook has approved spending ten million dollars. A year in security for its CEO and his family. Business insider reports Zuckerberg, can. Spend the. Money on bodyguards, home security and private aircraft last, year Facebook spent nearly seven. And a half million dollars protecting its billionaire founder it was less than five million in two thousand fifteen and sixteen zuckerberg's salary is just a dollar, but his sixty seven billion dollar net. Worth is tied to his stake, in Facebook errand bender. KFI news and checking, traffic from your helpful socal Honda traffic center Cal trans work. In bell on the seven tenths northbound's out, of the seventeen between Florence in Washington boulevard three right lanes are. Closed until about seven o'clock stopped And go through photo southbound side of the seven ten from. The five to Atlantic close as well they should be wrapping up the southbound side of closer here the. Next few minutes but in the, meantime you are things approach the five interchange on the fourteenth south before via. Princessa we have a, crash here that was in the carpool lane they stopped all lanes cleared off to the right side you are. Seeing a pretty heavy backup already saying canyon road and can the. Five southbound lake Hughes road to magic mountain Parkway product here to Cal fans and. Has only the right lane opened this when again should be wrapping up in the next to the, wild if you happen to see anything f- flown you down give us a call, on the Ralph saving.
"john hall" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists
"I think we're good last week i blew my song on billy ocean and i really regretted it i lance really i really regretted blowing it personally got ahead another song all queued up and i'm wasted my opportunity i'm billy ocean until i listened to the episode and ellison that song i don't i don't regret it damn thing lance good good for him proud of my choice of get outta my dreams get into my car by billy ocean good for you in the past week i've done zero research frank ocean so i still have no idea so listeners have you got any beef on frank ocean you got anything you can tell us hit us up let us know is he related to billy ocean is he related to danny ocean what's the deal with frank ocean why reminds so many men go nuts over other men we'll be sure to share this with your friends i'm sure you have some other friends that are as demented as you are people you went to dental school with i ran into one of my gross anatomy dissecting partners at the meeting so that was interesting her name is kristen and she's very she's a very sweet lady very i it's a weird to say that because we're like i i would say like she's a very sweet chick but we're like almost forty now so i don't really think i can say that anymore when when when you stop saying chick when i really think we should stop stop stop saying that like at twenty five right probably yeah yeah all right.
"john hall" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists
"Last of my social bullshits that i have right now and i have a question for you guys at his very serious i graduated from mid western in illinois in two thousand seventeen and my younger sister is starting dental school at the ohio state university this fall not working too hard to better myself or whatever how can i establish dominance in ensure that i'm the best denison the family caveat being also no murder or kidnapping of said sister i think she she came to the right place lance think so so high highs yes i think so because i have an older brother in law that is a dentist and you have a younger brother that is a dentist i do so we are insanely qualified to answer this question probably yeah yeah and that's what i'm assuming mid western illinois that's the dental school yes i would assume that is the case let's look it up because i remember when i was going to school they were in the process of closing schools like northwestern closed while i was sophomore who else the loyola i think had a school and that's gone glad okay listen to this just the town that midwestern university is in nila knowing champagne oh god no you it's so much better than that downers grove which is really the perfect place to have a dental school downers grove the perfect town to put a dental school how that that is better than a than a a movie being said in in a town named pleasantville that is show downers grove oh my god.
"john hall" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Well i'm not unlikely to have the right bear unless i'm help you're invited v you you tell you do a wonderful job in the book to that detailing the history of beer which i found fascinating because you call it was a huge center for this whole liquid refreshment wasn't yup chicago well no the mid west i mean this is this is the core of the entire industry is this saint louis milwaukee and then yeah chicago is right in between and now history is fascinating and craft beer which goose island you know was was one of the forefathers of started as a reaction that the forefather new mount a four or father ii they started in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and it's probably the earliest forefathers anchor brewing which dates to the sixties and then there was a little sierra nevada started in nineteen seventy nine and then when goose island opened there about two hundred burris nationally before we get to john hall who is the butcher how to characterize him he's the the very aggressive founder of goose island what would compel a person before john hall in goose island to to start a beer company at the time not obviously called a craft beer company why would they do was it a hobbyist kind of endeavor founders of craft beer people who brew beer at home home brewers and they just wanted to create a reaction to bud and miller and bud light and schlitz and old salvage they wanted more flavorful beer stuff they made it home and they thought there was a market for it out there in the world and they were right but john hall was different from those guys in that he was he opened goose island is the second act of his professional life the right act was he was a white collar executive at container corporation in finance and a puck or flare nut he's on an airplane correct.
"john hall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Pretty interesting story about her taking her fourteen foot crocodile don travis it done a full body mount on this crocodile and jen's house near westminster she said don't worry i have a shelf for that crock where i want to put him so dot and his helper came in and had to turn the crock sideways to get it through the door into the room and then they lifted it up onto the shelf with one inch to spare on each end of the crock or two inches in the front two inches whatever you want to say but she just had room on that shelf for that fourteen foot crocodile so wonderful john hall very very nice so this week was kind of kind of catch up i mean we had a wonderful benefit dinner benefit on saturday just under three hundred people there and some of the folks are calling here were there and hope they had a good time friend chuck and and mark and others who call number folks at heard about the event on the show decided to come up and see what it was all about we gave a lot of stuff way did we rob a lot of stuff lost stuff sean man got record numbers for his fourman goose hunt we get cut breakfast we'll get to cook breakfast lunch yeah that's right yeah that's what he told me i got i got volunteered for that position so while it wasn't that bad i mean i got to cook breakfast and and lunch but the other group that also bought the hunt same deal too we sold to hunt of a lifetime with sean man four man hans each one gets a call grave with maryland hunting coalition man schoneman eastern shore man longest call the they had them there and each man gets a lesson from sean and i get to cook breakfast so don't give anybody to main before we get goose pit that would not be good but they'll have a good time.
UN: 45,000 fled homes in Syria's eastern Ghouta
"The shooting at march so much douglas high school in parkland florida where seventeen people were killed damage assessment teams are fanning out across the southeastern us after night of fierce storms pat douggins of alabama public radio says there reports of multiple tornadoes across the region the national weather service in huntsville reports three tornados along alabama's border with tennessee damage crews hope to confirm that today by examining debris left by the storms scott washington's with madison county emergency management says the pattern of the wreckage is a big clue for instance just the debris blown it all in one direction or is there debris blown in different directions you're looking at the pattern debris in all directions points to a tornado touchdown an estimated ten million people could be in the path of the system as it moves across the southeast for npr news i'm pat douggins in tuscaloosa alabama you're listening to npr news the un refugee agency says it is alarmed by the deepening humanitarian crisis in syria fierce fighting continues in eastern good up a suburb near the capital damascus npr's lama alaron reports the un is demanding full and unhindered humanitarian access to civilians inside and outside of eastern good video posted on youtube show syrian president bush shotted as behind the wheel of a honda his driving towards eastern gouta flaunting the syrian regimes latest military victory it was one of the last position strongholds that's now been divided and almost reconquered four hundred thousand people have been reportedly living in the enclave but since last week people have been trickling out the un says more than forty five thousand people have fled but they say they're playing no part in the evacuation deals the un is however setting up makeshift camps to receive the thousands of families who they say arrive exhausted hungry thirsty and sick with little or no belongings the un says the shelters are extremely congested and lacked basic amenities bathroom lines could take hours they say lamela npr news beta the associated press is now reporting that syrian rescue workers say nine people have been killed in airstrikes in northern syria stephen hawking's ashes reportedly will be interred at london's westminster abbey near the remains of other distinguished scientists such as newton the dean of westminster reverend john hall says they'll be placed in the abbey at a thanksgiving service later this year stephen hawking died last week at the age of seventy six i'm lakshmi singh npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include mile iq the mile iq app automatically tracks business miles to streamline and maximize the duchesne's or expenses the mile iq app is available for download in the.
"john hall" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"John hall doctrove i'm michael harrington govt four north korea's latest nuclear test is flowing and the russian foreign ministry joins the course today saying north korea's claimed protest of the hydrogen bomb deserves the strongest condemnation the ministry issued a statement this morning urging immediate dialogue and negotiations thing that's the only wait a subtle the korean peninsula's problems president trump checks sent on harvey victims and asks the nation the pray saturday to pregnant made his second visit to toxins in one week and first trip to louisiana to check on the so many that are suffering from the hurricane meeting those still homeless over a week since the storm hits he's declared it sunday a national day of prayer asking us to focus the power of prayer on healing our nation and on comforting those hurting along the texas coast as iran's val deore orders was a strong one three us auto sales been hurricane harvey is putting pressure on some of those games general motors said its sales rose seven point five percent over last august while toyotas were up seven percent of volkswagen's rose nine percent all three automakers reported strong sales of suvs but not everyone got a boost nissan sales dropped thirteen percent and fiat chrysler sales were down eleven percent ford and honda both saw sales dropped two percent but harvey hurt demand in the houston area the ninth largest vehicle market in the nation cutting us sales of new cars and trucks by one point three percent or twenty thousand vehicles keith peters reporting the authorities.
"john hall" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"And i i really like that character arc and i think that john hall's performance while expressing that character arc ultimately kind of two tracks from the impact of it it kind of it just goes back to my issues with the tone of this movie that i anything law respects the oddness of it and i think it ultimately takes away from a lot of my emotional connection to the characters and the story for the if you wanna two booger look i'm fine with the foam come a jerking you rerun a little bit but in contrast pulled it out in the hole element of the film is interesting because of an is that agenda that is a sincere agenda and people who are committed to animal rights in committed to excite exposing animal abuse but who wind up having an agenda that is not mijas agenda and on not agenda that's about returning things to their natural state of this other unnatural natural state i guess it's this is not a genetically enhanced creature they defy her her wishes in order to pursue their on the agenda which makes them you know had a share a little bit more in common with told us witnnin her at gang than you might think i think also for all the trade touches that most people in pro maybe bring to the perforances the with actually meizhai onto your human an ultra herself are are so grounded and then kind of give it a still center a in a way and that that grounds some of the mattis went on around them.