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"jon nehring" Discussed on KOMO
"Murrow award for best newscast coming up another all this county at a whole bunch of mayors arguing that let us re opened I'm because they get away isn't happening this Memorial Day weekend estates phase in re openings and in some areas cases are on the rise the CDC says in the next week some sixteen models that they're tracking show the deaths will top one hundred thousand in the U. S. jobs are also on the line the unemployment rate for the most populous state in the country California spiky last month amid this outbreak California's unemployment rate jumping to fifteen and a half percent the unemployment rate here has gone up over ten percent since March the state reporting five point one million Californians have filed for unemployment since and and governor Gavin Newsom says a state could see a twenty five percent unemployment rate peak one in four Californians would be out of work Alex stone ABC news Los Angeles if you are able to drive to the beach or drive in gather in small groups gas prices are at their lowest in nearly two decades nationwide the average for a gallon of regular one dollar and ninety four cents Michelle Franzen ABC news one thousand and ninety seven seven good afternoon it's twelve thirty one I'm Taylor fansites now the top stories from the call twenty four seven news center it's not always county's top health official says his county he's two weeks or more away from advancing to phase two of the governor's re opening plan the update from Cuomo's corpsman hake Snohomish county is not among the nearly two dozen of the state's thirty nine counties now approved to enter phase two health officer Dr Chris spitters says the benchmark his county is farthest from achieving is number of new cases the fourteen day period for every hundred thousand residents you got it you get ten cases that's your your sort of allowance east on Stockholm's county's population of over eight hundred thousand that would mean no more than about eight new cases a day sustained for a two week period cases are dropping spatters says just not fast enough a week or two ago we were twenty five thirty cases a day now we're in the teens so I would say S. case scenario you know early June so almost county has company king and Pierce counties also have not yet qualified for phase two Corwin hake komo news business owners who don't comply with pandemic restrictions face arrest under new rules in Snohomish county the board of health granting doctors bitters the power to refer non complying businesses to treat to police it would likely direct law enforcement to eventually an arrest a move aimed at businesses like a barber shop in the city of Snohomish whose owner has openly defied orders to close the mayor in Marysville sent another letter to governor Jay Inslee urging him to allow small and medium size businesses to reopen and to let churches unlock the doors there is mayor Jon Nehring first sent a letter a month ago with sixteen other mayors and two county council members asking governor Insley for specifics on its plan to restart the economy days later came that phased in plan for phases three weeks apart at least watching to make sure people don't let their guard down in cases don't spite Washingtonians have been doing a great job already but we're gonna need to keep it up for some period of time but that plan has left businesses shuttered until at least June first others won't re open until late June at the earliest nearing in other mayors have signed asking Inslee to speed it up and with the mayors of index granite falls lake Stevens to Homer Skelton stand what and county council members churches being close they say is a big concern the letter reads in part now more than ever our churches are needed to provide hope and support to the many victims of this crisis in a way that government simply cannot Carly Johnson komo news coming up on Kamel the lawsuit between the U. S. government in king county moves forward in federal court and surely harder with the update first at twelve thirty four traffic update from a reader rock injure well as far as volume is concerned we actually look pretty good there is a fee structure fire response happening in Olympia it's one hundred symbol of art affecting both directions at plum street we are also another reminder about highway two oh three state route two or three in the coronation area for weeks now traffic has been alternating just south of north east still water hill road that is due to on going on going road work in that area this is the traffic is brought to you by all state if you're driving less you could be saving more on car insurance save money with pay per mile insurance from Allstate call local Allstate agent and get a quote your next come more traffic at twelve forty four global eagle river forecasters meteorologist Kristen Clarke aside from a few showers in the central sound region this afternoon expecting most areas to stay dry.
"jon nehring" Discussed on KOMO
"Don't comply with pandemic restrictions face arrest under some new rules in Snohomish county the County Board of health is granted it's top health officer the power to referred non compliant businesses to police it would likely direct law enforcement to affectionately an arrest it's a move aimed at businesses like the barber shop in the city of Snohomish whose owner has openly defied state restrictions on non essential businesses the mayor of Marysville has sent another letter to governor Jay Inslee urging him to allow small and medium size businesses to reopen and a lecture Chisholm lock the doors more from almost Carly Johnson there is mayor Jon Nehring first sent a letter a month ago with sixteen other mayors and two county council members asking governor Inslee for specifics on its plan to restart the economy days later came that phased in plan for phases three weeks apart at least watching to make sure people don't let their guard down in cases don't fight Washingtonians have been doing a great job already but we're going to need to keep it up for some period of time but that Platt has left businesses shuttered until at least June first others won't re open until late June at the earliest nearing in other mayors have signed asking Inslee to speed it up and with the mayors of index granite falls lake Stevens the home is sold in Stanwood and county council members churches being close they say is a big concern the letter reads in part now more than ever our churches are needed to provide hope and support to the many victims of this crisis in a way that government simply cannot Carly Johnson Coleman is there was a vigil last night for frontline workers who are not always recognized for their efforts more from commercial merino these janitors and security guards mark their first pope at nineteen deaths among their ranks at.
"jon nehring" Discussed on KOMO
"Comply with pandemic restrictions we get more from Kamal score when he gets a move aimed at curtailing business operations like the barber shop in the city of Snohomish whose owner made headlines earlier this month for openly defying state restrictions on non essential businesses a staff member for the County Board of health tells board members if a business owner ignores health officer Chris bitters order to close police would quickly get involved it would likely direct law enforcement to try to get voluntary compliance to close down if that doesn't happen contextually two attention week in a row so the motion passed by the board makes it clear arrest is a last resort Corwin hake komo news meanwhile elected leaders in Snohomish county are making yet another plea to governor Jay Inslee to re open more businesses and let churches open their doors we continue our coverage with couples Carly Johnson months after governor Jay Inslee issued stay home orders to curb the spread of the coronavirus most small businesses are still close church doors unlocked so mayor Jon Nehring and the city council signed on to two different letters this week all of them arguing if big companies and box stores have been able to operate amid the pandemic safely it makes no sense not to allow smaller ones under in the face and say start plan most of those businesses could reopen June first under phase two but others not until phase three which would be late June at bathrooms in movie theaters could reopen it fifty percent I can pass the retail libraries museums and government government buildings will re open there in more than three thousand coronavirus cases as to how much county and one hundred thirty one deaths but the ever hear reports the daily number of new infections has been going down since late March Carly Johnson come on news there was a gathering last night for workers who often go unrecognized but face great risk during the pandemic janitors and security guards say they can't work from home but are being exposed to covert nineteen on the job almost all Marino attended the vigil they held in downtown Seattle people who took part in the service say they too are essential workers but they don't often feel like they're treated that way we are on the front line we're the.
"jon nehring" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Get you through your community you're lucky enough to still have one more for me to get you through the coronavirus crisis in the world were few things are reliable we are listening to the chase ranch eleven am seven seventy K. to teach we're streaming live on all the smart speakers like the Amazon echo and Google home we got a lot to get to you only have an hour left to do it wala wala folks are posting coronavirus parties doesn't sound like a party I want to be a part of the room is going to stop by from the Rubin report we want you to come out of the closet as conservatives customers county mayors have banded together to ask governor Jay Inslee to speed up the phrase in program Marysville mayor Jon Nehring skin to stop by at five forty five to explain their position this out of the chase Rancho is brought to you by you build it lots of news is happening all around the world right here at home so find out what's trending what's trending at home I mean I suppose there ain't no party like a covert nineteen party is that how the song goes I think so which is kind of weird because that's on here like twenty five years ago so how did they know well just like the Simpsons they seem to be able to predict the future folks in wala wala have inexplicably decided to hold a covert parties to purposefully infecting each other so in their view they get immunity to it and they can re enter the workforce faster Megan the bolt is the director of community health over in wala wala she says it's bad idea dum dum he says that we have the heart breaks we had related to a single exposure Mike echo the nineteen party just sets us back even further sets us back even further because this could lead to an outbreak in the county that so far has had only like ninety seven positive cases call the party what Darcy hands down that's where it's come out all their contact you know that's a twenty five contacts per person is you know around a hundred people you could potentially have been exposed so there she was talking with Tom TV first.
"jon nehring" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Twenty percent of Washington's covert nineteen cases are in nursing homes but they account for more than half of the deaths in our state I reuse Hannah Scott explains searching homes and similar facilities have been hit particularly hard by the pandemic since day one as of may second the status confirm just under twenty nine hundred cases in those facilities including five hundred seven deaths or sixty one percent of Washington's total coronavirus deaths there are cases in more than two hundred of the facilities right now but state health officer Dr Cappiello he says things seem to be looking up we are seeing a decrease in the number of reports of new positive cases in long term care facilities week and they're also usually able to test everyone in the facility now as soon as they have a positive case something that had been a challenge all told eight hundred ninety five people have died from covert nineteen in our state group local leaders from Snohomish county has sent governor Inslee a letter begging him to speed up the re opening of businesses we found out you know what this new phase approach that phase one will yeah and in all likelihood earliest on June first which is another four weeks and that's just it's just too much for a lot of these guys to it to make it very so mayor Jon Nehring tells Katie T. age business owners have told them they'd be thrilled to re open with corona virus safety precautions in place he says they're not diminishing the health dangers of the virus but nearing says business people also recognize that at some point we're gonna have to learn to live with it after a false start brown bear car wash says all locations will open tomorrow morning company CFO Steve Palmer told us they spent hundreds of hours coming up with safety measures hoping to re open today that that plan last week to the governor so that they would know what it is that we're planning to do thinking that that would be sufficient and then when we got this last minute call saying we had to close we were really taken aback well the governor did a turn around and so tomorrow they will be able to re open so go to my own might have passed yesterday or was it today's Thursday is it Tuesday but you can catch a Margarita to go from your favorite restaurant or bar car radios Chris Sullivan has the update the state is not allowing you to gravel fully mixed cocktail when you get a to go food order from your favorite spot up until now bars and restaurants could only sell you a kit of ingredients with a sealed mini bottle of booze that you would then mix at home to keep you from sipping a cocktail from behind the wheel the drinks must be sealed and put in the trunk of your car or out of the immediate.
"jon nehring" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"That twenty percent of Washington called nineteen cases are in nursing homes but they account for more than half of the deaths in our state cover radios Hannah Scott explains nursing homes and similar facilities have been hit particularly hard by the pandemic since day one as of may second the status confirm just under twenty nine hundred cases in those facilities including five hundred seven deaths was sixty one percent of Washington's total coronavirus death there are cases in more than two hundred of the facilities right now but state health officer Dr Kathy low he says things seem to be looking up we are seeing a decrease in the number of reports that a new positive cases and long term care facilities week and they're also usually able to test everyone in the facility now as soon as they have a positive case something that had been a challenge all told more than eight hundred seventy people have died from the corona virus in Washington state governor Jay Inslee insists his stay at home order has slowed the spread of the deadly virus but he's under increased pressure to reopen the economy more quickly Marysville mayor Jon Nehring told KTVA we found out you know what this new phase approach that phase one will yeah and in all likelihood its earliest on June first which is another four weeks and that's just it's just too much for a lot of these guys to it to make it he another Snohomish county leaders have sent Inslee a letter pleading with him to speed up the process after a false start brown bear car wash says all locations will open tomorrow morning company CFO Steve Palmer told us they spent hundreds of hours coming up with safety measures hoping to re open today we separate plan last week to the governor so that they would know what it is that we're planning to do thinking that that would be sufficient and then when we got this last minute call saying we had to close we were really taken aback the company says it was blindsided when the governor's office called Tuesday to say the state rules were not ready but again they do plan to.
"jon nehring" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Dot com a new analysis shows that twenty percent of Washington's cope with nineteen cases are in nursing homes but they account for more than half of the deaths in our state however radios Hannah Scott explains nursing homes and similar facilities have been hit particularly hard by the pandemic since day one as of may second the status confirm just under twenty nine hundred cases in those facilities including five hundred seven deaths or sixty one percent of Washington's total coronavirus death there are cases in more than two hundred of the facilities right now but state health officer Dr Kathy lo fi says things seem to be looking up we are seeing a decrease in the number of reports of new positive cases in long term care facilities for a week and they're also usually able to test everyone in the facility now as soon as they have a positive case something that had been a challenge all told more than eight hundred seventy people have died from the coronavirus in Washington state governor Jay Inslee insists his stay at home order has slowed the spread of the deadly virus but he's under increased pressure to reopen the economy more quickly Marysville mayor Jon Nehring tells KTTC H. we found out you know what this new phase approach that phase one will yeah and in all likelihood its earliest on June first which is another four weeks and that's just it's just too much for a lot of these guys to it to make it he another Snohomish county leaders have sent Inslee a letter pleading with them to speed up the process less populated counties with you covered nineteen cases can ask to lift the restrictions faster the state health department says seven counties have formally applied to do that linking county is one spokesperson at death the given our disease burden in Lincoln County at this point time with covert nineteen of not having a case since April eighth it was a prudent decision to move forward with trying to get our society re opened there are a lot of small businesses that are very excited about the opportunity Stevens can attest Columbia Garfield fairy and pondering counties are also waiting to hear if they qualify you may have already celebrated Cinco Tamayo but now.
"jon nehring" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"We will celebrate in Renton Kent in beer in south king county these little towns they got the blues because the corona viruses rip through those towns and all those little businesses that are part of that mom pop feel are really struggling they don't have the capital in place to keep everything going there all a close down in the Brady cruise going to talk to a chance to talk to some of the bears that are frustrated by the present situations can't has already experienced decisions being made without her consent like there's a condo lodge being bought by the county in early March and used as a coronavirus quarantine site I signed up to take care of my city I signed up to take care of my residence and in from the very beginning with the decision I'm from king county about placing an isolation facility and I'm not having any sort of regulatory authority all the way through and where funding is going and then what businesses can reopen and it's extremely frustrating and north of Seattle nearly twenty mayors in Snohomish county road that they want to former time line from the governor about wind businesses can start opening back up Marysville mayor Jon Nehring but I would hope that as we get to may fourth that we can at least begin the process of looking at some areas where we can maybe loosen some of the restrictions and reopen the economy a little bit I'd like to think there's a way that that would help the experts and others we could design a way for for some of these things to reopen with strict strict safety measures are designed to prevent a resurgence of the virus and then there's the question about whether a one size fits all re opening for the state is really the best path forward in Spokane for example mayor Nadine Woodward tells me she's pushing for a quicker re opening than western Washington worried that the economy in Spokane can't bounce back as quickly as the economy in Seattle and we don't have the Amazons the microsofts of the Boeing's that boost that the economy over here it's hospitality it's tourism were regional hub for so much of that and that those industries have been decimated so we're hurting we are struggling over here in a way that I don't think western Washington is and probably doesn't understand except one more example of the people on the eastern side really feel like the western side does not understand their life out there the number of people in fact the number of deaths there in Spokane a tiny and each one of these little areas where there was that or was that the county last with Franklin County said Hey we're opening up and then the cave when the governor came after him again but they said let us because we've got a different situation anybody else let us open up and instituted Seattle is that we've got your problems aren't Kirkland quarantine in there keep that thing closed down but let the rest of us go about our lives and that's why the phone call that Hannah listened into with the U. S. state health people said that they were looking at regional opening so that sounds like that is a possibility and that's what I was wondering about is that what you in terms of regions yeah do they have less testing there do they do they have a problem that they're not aware of or not but it sounds like if the state is willing to do Rick considerate gentle openings that the Spokane county person I don't know if it was the you know the executive whatever I she might be getting her wish the other part of the story that you start off on about Renton can't be another south king county cities this was on an article in The Seattle Times about the kind of immigrant flavor that a lot of these towns in south king county have they have these of the of the it focuses on additionally on rent since Boone Boone a copy which is an Eritrean roastery that would attract as many as a hundred people on poetry nights once a week and all this that they were really community hubs it's a bit like you know we're talking about a bookstores earlier bookstores often become kind of community centers a lot of these shops in these a little town yeah become kind of community centers as much as businesses and that concern is that it may be harder for the for the smaller companies to come back and instead what might replace them our big national chains and if they are that would you know rob the heart of Renton in canton during another cities like that of their kind of their regional flavor I guess yeah so it is and that is that is a concern oddly enough I I thought it was interesting that can't for instance they say is too small to be considered a part of the federal plan to send money to them and the individual businesses that could apply they a lot of them either they don't have the where with all or haven't been able to to get the kind of a federal assistance that's being offered to to a lot of other small businesses do you trust people yes you do so you would trust people to make decisions that are in their best their best health and and and in their best judgment right for them for their self and their families if if they have enough information and my concern about this okay pandemic okay I agree that we don't give them enough information I think the government doesn't want to give them the information but it didn't get in the information and I would say to them here are the numbers this is the deal this like they did in Sweden still cheering for Sweden's doing very well by the way if you gave the numbers that you inform to them what the situation is that you have two restaurants in one restaurant there in Kent says Hey everybody and if you're concerned just let you know we we used to have thirty tables we only have six each table got the space and ever the waiter they go and they scrubbed the that buy out our employees all get tested before they come into work every day that's one restaurant and one another restaurant right beside it simply says Hey we're open for business come on in the good old days impacted two for one and the tables of the same and they don't do anything else so there's the individual standing there on the street corner and the information is given to them they know what has been what the chances of getting this how you get it all that other stuff and they make a decision or what it's like to see little sign that was in the window where the okay or good or bad or the food the little smiley face thing and then the person makes it what I'm going to risk the fact that the smiley face is just a straight line across the bottom part of the circle with two eyes it doesn't look like them food is really healthy for the places really clean but I like it I'm going to go in there so you make the choice to go in there if you allow the person to make decisions based upon the person making an adult and treating them like they understand the choices in the chances that they take their going to the one restaurant with the tables far apart or they go into the other restaurant and let him come back and let them make up their own decisions yeah the and the problem is that would work in a different kind of situation but in something that's infectious the people that decide to go in and take their own personal risks are taking risks for the rest of us as well and so that's where it gets a little dicey I remember when we first started mass users that you wear a mask if you are you but that aren't about the person's walking into the risky restaurant then you were a mask and you distance yourself from that person you but you like to change it to make the changes for yourself the A. that's right the problem is is that the that they the people that don't make that choice if they end up infecting others that are making that choice then you still have the same problem even if the people are protect themselves are protected the people are protect themselves can get it that can spread in verbally as well but listen I want to get I think there's a a good example of this I remember and when Luke Burbank was under station he was he was really furious like you are a bit with the TSA he gets it all political theater in fact we have to take off our shoes knelt you know that's what that was all ridiculous so I suggested and I think it was an original with me but why don't we have people that don't want to get you know checked they can ride on those there on some airplanes and the people that want to get a check right on that I wonder how many people would say to hell with that I just soon you know and risk a terrorist attack on my own and I don't care about the procedures I wonder what percentage of people would get in get on that plane and not the other that's sort of what we're doing here except in this case other people to get on that plane could affect the people on the other point well with the right or the way around it is the fact that you use clear which I pay a hundred and some Bucks or two hundred Bucks for every single year and it lets me just jump ahead of all the other Nestle standing in the TSA line waiting for the animals to be fondled and I just hold it right ahead of everybody and go right on in and then they have the whole clear thing and right through I go so I pay the money and that's fine and retrieval of rich people avoid what the common people have to put up with except that I assume those rich people have been vetted so you can be in effect you're taking advantage of all the TSA hassles except you've been pre vetted right that's actually difference yeah but good point what it what it does looks a looks is mark I would he say about flying on a plane with it in test everybody yeah well no I think I think he said and that's it's a good has been looking I that I would get on one plane he get on the other he get on faster but I'd be safer yes you would and that is so would look let's see if the I don't know what here's what I think when Renton Kent and Peoria I believe the people have to keep writing these articles and they keep talking about all this is the new normal and things will never go back to the way they were before and Dr Fauci says that people are creatures of habit an example of that is the fact that a friend of mine is a hostage negotiator you know this guy I told you about in my town and he tells me that when these guys get a job with Microsoft Microsoft consented to Mexico's because I sit down with them and explain to them do not go to the.
"jon nehring" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"And you heard it from will we talk to them. Almost daily or connecting with these people almost daily, and then you heard at the end he goes, and we're going to continue to do it continue. Really, why? Oh, it turns out that the vast majority of the thirty people who they interacted with. They're not accepting the offer of services. Here's SPD's sergeant Eric serve. Don't take that personally at all or that we're not serving them. It just means that maybe forever. Circumstance. They're in is that they need to have maybe more space in time, and trust, maybe. Or maybe they know that they don't have to do anything because they're not going to be punished. They know that by turning down offers of services. There's no consequence. There's no consequence for them saying no. Because they're just going to return to the site and a few days, maybe not this particular site. They'll just go somewhere else and hang up there for months and months and months before it gets cleaned up. They know there's no consequences. Now that's a stark contrast to what's going on in the city of Marysville. Thanks to mayor, Jon Nehring, or an Arlington county in general. They've got a really really, really good program where it's very similar to the navigation team except they have teeth. Meaning the cops will interact with people who are homeless and breaking the law, and they'll have a social worker, embedded with them, and they'll say, look, we will get you the help you need right now. We'll put you in a shelter. We'll put you in a detox program, we'll get you the help that you desperately need, or we'll put you in jail. You get to decide man, you get to decide handcuffs or help. We'll be here every single day will rearrest you because you know what? Sometimes you can't arrest your way out of some of these problems, and they have shown time and time again that this actually works in Seattle. They don't have that kind of leeway. And while that happens while these people are saying, no. To the services that are offered. They suffer by living out in the streets and we suffer the consequences of what it means to be so loose when it comes to the enforcement of these types of laws because you've gotten campaigns taking over neighborhoods, pioneer square smells of urine almost all the time, people do not feel safe walking through pioneer square on the way to a Sounders or Mariners game. You've got businesses that are suffering main street euros. Seattle's pioneer square is suffering. In fact, the owner might ditch the entire city of Seattle because of what's happening. Earlier this morning. I sent producer Tom to talk with the owner of this business and get a better sense of what it is that he is dealing with on a daily basis because of the out of control homelessness. Albany on owns main street euros on the corner of main and second avenue south in pioneer square. He's done business there since two thousand five but lately, he's seen a change in locals and not for the better. No off the KOMO canary. You.
"jon nehring" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Every time savings felt the same way. Oh, terrible. So I don't want again highly prone to getting viruses when they come around. So I became dean Asami become emotionally constricted. Just stop. Clorox or something. God she has some in her desk. We just wiped everything down cited has a panic attack. Oh, man. Gotta get something some Clorox cleaner to get the viruses kills good now. It's fair. I've having like Branca's Basma I'm having like asthma. No windows in this game to open up the door. We might be a little high during the show from the Clorox spray. But don't mind he was I had a great weekend think you had a birthday party. And then yesterday, I took my kids to see sun, and we saw the Disney silly symphonies the orchestra played live to some of the old Disney. I'm the skeleton. Ugly duckling three little pigs. And in a few other kind of randomly the favorite one was the the war between the jazz band kingdom, and the yes, yes, we we have the jazz hitting all the drums. That was great. And then the tree the old tree that that trying to burn the forest down. The all the birds went up and came down in like poked, holes in the in the clouds and rain is people don't realize the silly symphonies was how precursor to the first movie, right everything. So so what what he his big breakthrough was sinking a technology music. But sound to a cartoon that was Willie steamboat Willie? With Mickey Mouse. More refined and Mickey became very popular. And he started doing these silly symphonies because he thought that music was such an important part of still. Yeah. And then he got the idea of storytelling and his documentary. I think it's on Netflix. It might be on Amazon about Disney, and they go on and on about how one of his big sort of breakthroughs vise the idea that he could get you could get people to emotionally respond to drawings. The way we respond to movies. Yeah. It's incredible. He said when he when he knew he had something is at the end of Snow White when people were crying or no one snowy dies during the Snow White film. People started crawling. That was the first full length feature was Snow White dwarf. Right. And they were doing these silly symphonies sort of perfecting their the the artistry and the animation with the music and everything together, and they had him narrating each piece with. Yes, he was narrating every piece on the big screen, and I'd never been to the. The Seraya hall or. Beautiful, and I took me to kids, and I was like oh God after three year old. She ended up falling asleep in my lap. Thank god. She wasn't screaming or anything, but they loved it. And came the reason why I knew about it canes, piano, teacher just started piano lessons. She also does piano, but she plays flute in the C sun Symphony Orchestra. Yeah. And I mean, it was fantastic. It was in the head. It just there. It's the season symphony. It's quite an undertaking to brilliant. They were amazing. Did all the sounds and all those should make a documentary out of it. So people can watch it. I mean because you can be so immersive now with video why not doing of VR's, let's have a talk with Al Askar on piano lesson tomorrow. Yeah. But it was it was fantastic. And I love supporting the local arts and going, you know, doing stuff with the local college fantastic. So here's what we're gonna do. We're going to the next hour talk to Kaiser health news senior correspondent and a Cormon regarding the medieval diseases that are breaking out on our streets. We also have the right Gloria Allred coming in to talk about and some more R Kelly stuff, we also have mayor Jon Nehring nearing nearing with ideas. He apparently is a mayor came up for some he's the one in Washington state that I sent the article last week, and he's he's got some Kahane's some ideas for how to. Yeah. How would you characterize what what basically says you have to, you know, take these services and do what we say? Or you're going to spend time in jail, and they get provide you a whole services. No, right. Exactly. Because we're we're permitting them to do other things at night. I question to our audience right now is why should we be different here in California. If that's working in Washington to help people help people not make them languish and suffer help people. Let's not have our misplaced compassion everybody. You can't help people. But if you succumb to the symptoms of their illness. You're not going to be able to help them. It literally is like allowing a fee if you if you have a fever don't touch them. This is the same thing, it's the same logic. If you're a symptom is when you have mental illness. I don't need help. I'm paranoid about you. I don't are not a not ill. Those are all three symptoms of the illness lack of insight paranoia, lack of motivation. They only get more sick. As time goes on top of it. Yes. Now, we have medieval disease, you can't have concentrations of human being anywhere tation without the basic needs of civilization, which includes medical care rodent care, infect, control, control sanitation, mental health services. That's how that's how civilization word. Well, that's how we can all live together an enormous groups of people huge numbers. That's it. And if you have areas where that breaks down there are consequences to that. And if you if you as a the word is government, if you stop governing civilization because of some weird ideas, you are harming the people you are governing. And why can't you be held accountable for that as my bigger question? I would like to agree. Why is a physician m caring for people? And I hurt them also loss, especially when up and say consultants of mine say you guarantee, you there's a problem head. If you keep the president path. I change direction. I incorporated in my care. And if I don't will I would expect to be or what do you do as a doctor? If you give let's say, you give a patient, you you observe them. And you give them a patient medication. And you realize it's not working. What do you do? You changed? Exactly. You might change medication observe do something different. Right. What is our government not done? They keep doing the same thing and then doubling and tripling down. And it's getting worse. Deletion has exploded. That the the medication. That's not working and says, first of all whatever you see there. You're wrong. It's working and and. Sure. I mean, what's the endgame here? Where does that go, right? It goes to people being harmed all kinds of people and usually the people in authority are held accountable for that response. You know, it's something that when I was researching this mayor John nearing up in Washington state. There was something else that I saw I actually read it in the comments when I was reading this original article about what he's done to tackle the homeless crisis in his little town local government, right working for the people. He implicate introduced this plan maybe like six or seven years ago now called keep the change. And I, you know on my west ballet Facebook page that's a closed page for people that are concerned about things going on in our part of valley. Right. A lot of things that people talk about it's like aggressive panhandling. And people just always asking for money, and we know where it's going. I mean, they're, you know, sometimes people will give out food and they throw the food back. They're getting math. They're getting here. When the needles are all over the streets were picking up in front of our school. He implemented the same privately with local businesses keep the change don't give out to the homeless give it to the food banks give it to the mental health services. And let's let's not give them the money to keep feeding their diction to keep them on the street. I'm like, oh, my God brilliant because that's what people keep saying on our Facebook page giving them because they're going straight to buy the drugs. The problem isn't enough food. No he's much. Why do you think the rats? Exactly, exactly. But, but there is the part that you, and I feel the group the UNIFIL deep compassion for the the inbetween group right to ones that that are between jobs are used by the they're credible rental prices in this town is who and who can't get the services they need because we don't render those kinds of services. So you're not poor enough. Done right. Services for people that don't want the services can't give them the services that we have no authority. We keep paying the people that try to keep going out to them. Yeah, we still we realized that we don't do. What's necessary to be done to be able to render those survey which is expand gravely disabled spare conservative ship. They don't wanna make those laws. I don't know. Partitions. Don't wanna make those laws drew if they do it. Weiner up. They're starting to do it. Okay. Well, let's see. Let's see the law. The cops have no authority to do anything. Right. So they do nothing as I pointed out last week. They the city council settled with the judge. It was suing the city that essentially says now that the law enforcement are nobody can touch quote any belongings write quote, any of the homeless people can be trashed with pink. So what I pointed out was my schizophrenic. Patients would frequently not uncommonly roll up their stool into balls and things and. Yes. And and then and then one time he this one patient left it in we used to have these these chart things outside the pace room with the medical hospital, and he left it in there for the nurse, and like a gift a gift, God, those lead, those are his don't touch, those those your mind. Does your mind? So that's the insanity of this this law around people with chronic. So he couldn't move his feces that could get a lot of other people sick with hepatitis say. All these other things to keep people safe. And so and then it's ridiculous. And then on the drug addict side, you can't do anything to create consequences for their drug use. You can't do anything like that. So so. Expensive. And they just. Yeah. Lack of lack of the fact that we live in a world where people don't understand basic features of mental illness, and yet they're responsible for caring for them and will interfere with the ability to professionals to do it. It's just it's just not listening to professionals. I mean, I hear you every day saying you're talking about these diseases. It's like nobody's listening in anybody. Who if you if you're a a sort of a disciple of Michelle suco down there at C, you tell me if there's a system down there this making people, there's a there's a famous French full because he was a philosopher that says, oh, no.