19 Burst results for "Julia Jackson"
"julia jackson" Discussed on ECO CHIC
"The ground communities that are really defending their territories and to reach protecting thirty percent of. The Planet by twenty thirty in order to stay below one point, five degrees, Celsius is going to be a huge effort yet a statistic that is mind boggling to me but also gives me optimism is it will only take one percent global GDP, which has nothing if all these countries start on pulling their resources for this. So I'd say that, of course, like getting rid of the fossil fuel industry phasing renewable energy like. That that to me is like the precursor solution, but we can't be destroying these vital carbon sinks that sequester tons of atmospheric carbon in unexpect- ourselves to be okay. Another solution that comes along to the thirty by thirty goal is legislative reform. So there's an organization I really loved called Eko sidewalk co founded by Joe. Joe and on polly Higgins who passed away A. Few years ago but echo side la basically is the idea of getting the international criminal. Court to adopt either side is the fifth crime against humanity, which is up there with homicide genocide. This legislative piece I think is key to informing corporate practices in policy decisions. So I'm I come from a family of land-use attorneys. My mother and father were attorneys I never thought I'd. Coming full circle loving legal applications things. But I do think it's really important like there's earthjustice out there those rights of nature or Egos Ibaka to really have lawyers defending our planet and defending territories that are sequestering a lot of carbon the Amazon alone sequester five percent global greenhouse gas emissions, which is massive. So we have to take care of it and I think we need to regenerate places we've destroyed as well. So I hope I didn't gone wrong about no that's awesome. I feel as though preserving land. Is such an underrated response as a climate solution because it is quite often that people think we need these big sexy carbon capture machines or things that they might be helpful but they don't exist yet or things that are just not nearly as important as making sure that you're preserving what you have I think about it a lot actually kind of like skin care, which is perhaps a little shallow but I'm like I'd rather just put on my sunscreen take care of myself now than worry about it in twenty years. Yeah it's just a matter of preservations. Also, I really liked that you mentioned the Amazon. So frequently because when we talk about ECO side when you talk about Loss Carbon, sinks I, think about how up in arms the Internet was about the fires in the Amazon a year ago. That are still going on today and I think that when you talk about Egos side and influencing corporations to really take account of how they're treating the land and how they are getting their product in the first place reminding their products in the first place I just think it's all very full circle at its a lot more connected than people realize. Absolutely I mean, our bias fear is so interconnected I think people in general have a out of sight out of mind mentality until it happens to them like it's not in my backyard that maybe it's in your backyard, but the deforestation of the Amazon is directly correlated to fine permafrost or the rapidly melting Arctic, and it's all interconnected because our biased fear is this beautiful functioning unit and unified system..
"julia jackson" Discussed on ECO CHIC
"I'd. Seen Al Gore's inconvenient truth in Leonardo's before the flood and I knew that climate change was problem but I thought okay. This is a problem a hundred years out two hundred years out nothing that I personally have to worry about in my day to day life but it's a problem and I support the environment and then I just started reading more I think through that Gateway of Health in the environment and I went down an environmental rabbit hole on starting reading a lot about climate change I found myself getting more and more. I guess you could say depressed feeling helpless feeling despair because a lot of I was reading was pretty doing gloom pretty dire based on science and scientific predictions fast forward two thousand Seventeen Miho community experienced the tabs fire in it was nine billion dollars worth of damage to our community. It felt like the apocalypse I. Remember driving through the freeway in there was fire on the freeway driving through like A. Of Fire in the hospital was burning on the left hand side. And I just remember that was my wakeup call on. Okay. The climate crisis is right here in right now on I was twenty seventeen and. There needs to be way more action on this I've learned through my work with Leonard Dicaprio Dacian in supporting through philanthropic grants, women on the frontlines of the climate crisis that less than three percent of all philanthropic giving those to the environment. So I decided as a philanthropist I only wanted to focus on the environment because if we don't have clean it nothing else matters. So I started focusing on my efforts there and then after the twenty seventeen fires, I had a wakeup call in Pitney. I actually ended up taking a sabbatical from my family business and having the crazy idea to launch my own environmental organization because I saw white space was there were so many amazing organizations out. There doing great work for the environment but they're all competing for that less than three percent of philanthropic giving in their all silo doing their own thing and I saw an opportunity.
"julia jackson" Discussed on The Daily
"Tuesday afternoon Jacob Lakes family announced that they were going to hold a news conference outside of the courthouse. So around three PM I'm outside of the courthouse with a bunch of other reporters long line of TV cameras and the family of Jacob. Blake arrives. Some of them were crying clutching each other. You know obviously, very emotional. I'd like to. Thank. Everyone. For coming out. The support of my son? Would this senseless attempted murder that was committed on. When Jacob Blake senior stepped forward. They. Son He almost couldn't speak. Six Seven Times. Seven. He didn't matter. But my son matters. He's a human being any better. And then we heard from Julia Jackson Jacob Lakes mother as I was writing through here. Through the city. I noticed a lot of damage. It doesn't reflect my son. Or my family. She mentioned the damage that she'd been seen around Kenosha and she spoke very powerfully of reconciliation. Do Shakeup. Justice on this level and examine. Your. Heart. We need healing. And then we heard from one of his sisters. So many people have reached out to me. Selling me their sorry that this happened to my family. Well don't be sorry. Because this has been happening to my family for a long time. Longer than I can account for. It happened to Emmett to him until my family. For lead though Mike Brown. Sandra. This has been happening to my family and I shared tears for every single one of these people that has happened to. This is nothing new. I'm not sad. I'm not. Sorry. I'm angry. And I'm tired. I think that she just really wanted people to two year that and understand that this was baker than her brother. and. What are the say about? Jacob Lakes condition you know for the last two days people who'd been asking how is he doing? Is he going to survive this? When at least seven as many as eight bullets from point, blank range entered the human body. And shred through the tissue of the human body. They went to a lot of detail about what he was experiencing physically that can cause and didn't this case. Severe. And likely permanent injury. He had a bullet. Go through some or all of his spinal cord. One of the bullets had severed his spinal cord, which doctors believed would paralyze partially probably permanently, they said that it would take a miracle for him to walk again. He has holes in his stomach. He had to have nearly his entire colon. And small intestines removed. They really wanted to drive home the physicality of that of the suffering that he is enduring and they wanted to really put those facts out there and not hide them Jacob Pez a long road ahead of. A lot of rehabilitation you heard he's in surgery right now it's not going to be his last. They also said that he has been awake. He was conscious. One of the questions from reporters was. What does he think of health this? He does not know what's going on. The answer from the family was really he doesn't understand that this is going on he's heavily medicated. He's you know a lot of pain that he was still fighting for his life. There is no idea. In the condition he's in that he has become. A symbol for powerful symbol appears not it appears that he is largely unaware of everything that's happening the first thing he did when he looked at me was cried and then begin to say I'm sorry about all of this. I, asked him Jacob did you shoot yourself in the back? He looked at me and he said. Said then why are you? Sorry He says because I don't want a burden on anybody I want to be with my children and I don't think I'm going to walk again mom..
"julia jackson" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"8 $18 billion. Investors are keeping a close eye on that, as crude oil futures go up about 20 cents to 43 53 a barrel Cars may help us drive out of the worst of the Corona viruses, economic effects. It's the hope anyway. After July, durable goods orders rose more than twice as much as expected more than 11% instead of about 5%. Demand for cars was the reason there may be something of a pattern in retail demand, though with so many people still working from home, no need to stock up on fancy clothing and that may have hurt Nordstrom last quarter, it saw its sales fall by more than half But we do want athletic wear in casual clothing and dicks sporting goods is the evidence there. Same store sales were up 21% online sales of dicks sword by nearly 200%. I'm Joan Donna Garratt Bloomberg for News radio. 600 Pogo. Thank you, Joan. It is 6 33 and three people are facing charges in connection with a protest at San Diego Police headquarters Monday night, a group of about 50 people had gathered to protest the police shooting of a black man in Kenosha, Wisconsin. But they eventually blocked the entrances and exits to the building that could seriously impeded operation. It could impede our ability to respond to calls for service to win someone by the community, and so can't allow that to happen. We did give an alternate location. In which was, you know, essentially on the sidewalk and not block our driveways. Fortunately, the protesters refused to listen and refused to take the alternate suggestion that we were trying to provide them. San Diego Police Lieutenant Sean Takayuki tells Kogo news that when they tried to move the protesters to the sidewalk, one of them had an officer with a cane to others tried to stop police from arresting the first suspect. Three were arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and interfering with officers. The attorney for Jacob Blake, who was shot by police in Kenosha, is promising a civil lawsuit and see officers involved. Attorneys say they want to hold officers accountable and get Blake the long term medical care he will need. He was shot seven times in the back. He's paralyzed from the waist down. His mother, Julia Jackson, says her son would be unhappy to know violence broke out after he was shot as I pray for my son's.
"julia jackson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Like to thank everyone for coming out to support my son of murder that was committed on time. It didn't matter. My son matters. He's a human being, and you matter now on family attorneys that they'd be filing a civil suit against the police department over the shooting. Meanwhile, the 29 year old's mother pleading for a peaceful protest Julia Jackson telling the entire country to look into their hearts really career right here. I noticed a lot of damage. Doesn't every my or my family knew what was going on his cars that gold violence into this truck with very unclean. I really and encouraging everyone in west and a Rod. Take a moment and examining your hard citizen police officers, Fireman. College admissions to shake up justice on this level and examine your heart and.
"julia jackson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"CHD. Indianapolis Protesters shot in Kenosha on John Callahan. Fox News in the third night of civil unrest. A man with a rifle apparently opened fire on protesters. It happened as a crowd gathered protest. Ng Sundays police shooting of Jacob Blake. Footage appears to show multiple shooting scenes. But right now it's unclear how many people have been injured and the extent of injuries. Kenosha police sergeant confirmed that the shooting took place but declined to give any more details, just saying the department is investigating the incident boxes Marianne Rafferty earlier Tuesday Julia Jackson, the mother of the man shot in the confrontation with police appealed for calm, please Let's begin to pray for healing for our nation's. Blake survived the shooting, but his family says he may never walk again. The second night of the virtual Republican National Convention. Concluding with a live speech from the Rose Garden by first Lady Melania Trump says the country needs another four years of her husband in the Oval Office, Whether you like it or not, You always know what he's thinking. And that is because he's an authentic person who loves this country and its people and wants to continue to make it better. Democrats are raising concerns about a convention speech by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo from Israel. Some Democrats, suggesting it could be a violation of the hatch speeches under investigation by the House Foreign Affairs Oversight subcommittee. Noteworthy As Pompeo warned American diplomats last month they should not take sides in the Campaign blocks of Jackie Heinrich less than 24 hours.
"julia jackson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"We'll get into tennis shortly, followed by soccer. The seven o'clock hour will be exclusively Reds baseball on the question of what to make of the offense. And what would make this offense better. At this point, this Reds team will enter play tonight and this is this is so incredibly difficult to comprehend. I kept double checking the math on it. The Reds have scored one run without benefit of AH, home run. Over there last seven games. 56 innings. One run that didn't score by way of a home run. In their last seven games. That was Thursday night and R B I double by Mike Moustakas. Holy moly. Check Bottom of the hour news up next, looking very much forward to talk A little tennis with J. J Wolf. We continue with our naval carrier Sportstalk. Presented by Kelsey Chevrolet 700 WLW News, Traffic and Weather News Radio 700 W ell delegate Cincinnati it Wisconsin The family of a black man who was shot by police calls for peaceful protests and an end to the violence with the 6th 30 report. I'm Sean Gallagher breaking now. In Kenosha. Authorities are preparing for a potential third night of unrest after Jacob Blake was shot multiple times in the back by police on Sunday. A curfew is back in place starting at 8 P.m. central time through Wednesday morning. Kenosha County authorities also confirming they've received a commitment from the state for more National Guard troops this evening. Tuesday afternoon, Blakes mother, Julia Jackson said her son would be Unpleased with the damage and destruction from the days of rioting. It doesn't reflect My son. Or my family. Jackson says she prays for the police officers. The family attorney says they plan to file a civil rights lawsuit. Ryan Burrow ABC News in Louisville, 64. Arrests have been made during what has been a peaceful protest this, according to the city's police chief, during an update this afternoon, most of being charged with obstructing the road.
"julia jackson" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"M j paella. W y dot com Time saver Traffic Tonight, McGee with patchy fog alot of 60 for tomorrow. Sunny, hot, humid a high of 92. It's currently 73 in Milwaukee from the W. T. M. J breaking news Center Jacob Lakes family. Speaking out at a press conference this afternoon at the Kenosha County Courthouse, Blakes mother, Julia Jackson says the violence in Kenosha doesn't represent her family. Shake up knew what was going on. As far as that goes. The violence in the destruction. He would be very Unpleased, the family's attorney, Benjamin Crump, says. Jacob Blake is currently in surgery this afternoon and his paralyzed. Blake was shot multiple times by police in Kenosha on Sunday and continues to fight for his life. Neither curfew and more guard members. A greater National guard presence will be on hand in Kenosha after two days of violent protest, Governor Evers Is declaring a state of emergency, increasing the number of guard members to represent the demonstrations in Kenosha, as well as protests in Madison. Another curfew will go into effect in Kano should be getting at eight PM. Business owners in Kenosha are devastated after watching a second night of violence impact their way of living damage to buildings along 60th year. 11th Avenue is severe. The windows were destroyed, the storefronts destroyed. They did try and burn it, but they were unsuccessful. Candy owns a business nearby. She, along with dozens of others are volunteering their time to help other neighboring businesses. Cleanup help has been overwhelming. There's been so many people out helping, but she's worried how long before the destruction ends. Hope that what we've done so far and What everyone else has done so far will.
"julia jackson" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Blake was shot by Kenosha Police. Ben Crumb is his attorney. Mr Crumb spoke. You just heard from Jacob Blake. There now the rest of the family. This is her. Only biological CERN Jacob late June. Jacob Lakes, mom. Far side of this fight. And, um way really, just me. Prayers. As I was right in through here. This city. I noticed a lot of damage. It doesn't reflect my son. For my family shake up, knew what was going on. As far as that goes. The violence in the destruction he would be Very Unpleased. So are you really asking and encouraging everyone? And West, constant and abroad. It's Hey mon next and examining your hearts. Citizens. Police officers, Fireman Clarity, politicians. Shake up justice on this level and examine Your parts. We need healing. As I pray for my sons. Healing. Physically. Emotionally and spiritually. I also have been praying even before this healing. Of our country. God has placed each and every one of us. In this country because he wanted us to be here. Clearly you can see by now that I have beautiful ground skin, but take a look at your hand. And whatever shade it ISS. It is beautiful as well. Yes. How dare we hate what we are? We are humans. God did not make one type of tree. Or a flower or a fish or a horse or grass. Or rock. How dare you ask him to make one type of human that looks just like you. I'm not talking to just Caucasian people. I am talking to everyone. Right Black Japanese Chinese red round No one is superior. To the other on Ly supreme being is God himself. Please. Let's begin to pray for healing for our nation. We are the United States. Have we been united? Do you understand what's gonna happen? When we fall out because house that is gift each other cannot stand to all the police officers. I'm praying for you and your families. To all of the citizens, My black and brown sisters and brothers. I'm praying for you. I believe that you are an intelligent being just like the rest of us every body. Let's use our hearts. Our love and our intelligence to work together to show the rest of the world. How humans Are supposed to treat each other. America is great when we behave great leap. Thank you. That is Julia Jackson, the mother of Jacob Blake. Jackson..
"julia jackson" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Hear them assembling. Benjamin Crump is the family attorney, Benjamin Crump has been hired to represent the family. Media from Chicago and Milwaukee because this happened in Kenosha. Many of the family members wearing facemasks Benjamin Crump, the attorney has just taken off his face mask and handed it to a family member. And now actually, he's stepping towards the microphones instructing the family we expect to hear from the family as well as Mr Crump. This's Benjamin Crump. Get out the known I'm attorney Ben Crump. Along with paternity. Patrick Sasabe. An attorney, Patrick savvy Julia. Attorneys be ivory Lamar. Attorney. Terror Divine An attorney, Patrick Cafferty. We have the honor of representing James Blake. And his family. James. Our Jacob Blake and his family. President with Gus is his family. It's father. Jacob Blake Sr. His mother. Julia Jackson. His brother. Large Black family unit. You all stand united. In prayer. Poor.
California Wine Makers Examine Climate's Effect On Their Industry
"California produces ninety percent of all the wine made in America but historic wildfires devastating droughts and other extreme weather have many in the business struggling alling with how to adapt to a changing climate as. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports a growing number of vineyard owners in the country's best known wine region. A calling for less talk and some more action on the beautiful heat lamp terraces and elegant tasting rooms of Napa Sonoma. The cabin as these days are often paired with talk of extreme weather and warming earth. It's a romantic and mealey's believes that the wine industry is something that has long term at Annapolis Lark. Mead vineyards head winemaker. Dan Petrosky shows me around the test plots lots. He's preparing three and a half acres of experimental grape varieties from the southern hemisphere and the southern Mediterranean. This research vineyard is focusing on the grape varieties. Heidi's that we believe will be important to Napa Valley or even to the future of California wine as we're thinking about how the climate is changing here. Over the course of the next couple of decades the idea is to find out which groups do better in drought conditions or in an era of colder cold snaps and warmer heatwaves Lark made was founded in eighteen eighteen. Ninety five and Petrosky is not looking to replace its famed Cabernet. But he'll test for resilience and flavor tryouts. You might call it for which grapes will become supporting according actors in the finished wines of near future warmer Napa the test plots he says or part of a broader long term strategy to try to mitigate climate change how we think about irrigation or non-irritating. How we think about keeping the temperature down not only the fruit zone but on the canopies with installing misting systems and shade cloth? So we're we're GONNA be using this as an opportunity to test not only new technologies but also the test the finished product in the absence of federal leadership on climate change a growing number wineries in Napa and Sonoma lark meter trying to reduce their carbon footprints organic farming solar panels composting instead of burning discarded vines and and most wineries in this region are now certified sustainable in the management of their energy water and soil. But I'm not sure that's enough we're dealing with which with a larger global issue of planet civility to curb carbon in neighboring? sonoma's sisters Katie and Julia Jackson Jackson aren't sure it's enough either and we need to stop talking about the problem. We need to actually start implementing and scaling the solutions. Now Julia and Katya part owners was one of the world's biggest wine producers Jackson family wines. They help run. Forty two wineries around the world from California to South Africa. Jackson recently teamed up with with another global wind giant Spain's Torres family wines to create international wineries for climate action sitting at a picnic table overlooking the vines at their La Crema. Emma winery Haiti Jackson says the new groups goal is nothing short of radically decarbonising. The world's wine industry that's an organization that's asking members to to reduce their carbon footprints fifty percent by twenty thirty and by eighty percent by twenty forty five we need concrete significant action immediately and also also for the mid- and long-term to join wineries pledged to meet those ambitious goals and show they currently get at least twenty percent of their energy from onsite. Renewables is like solar and wind and they have to agree to conduct a thorough carbon emissions inventory audited by a third party every year looking at all aspects of production. In through delivery Jackson wine has been measuring its carbon footprint for eleven years. One of several changes they made after an energy audit. They switched to lighter glass bottles cutting their emissions footprint three percent and saving on shipping and production costs are cute so far the new global wind climate group only has six six members change. Come slow in wineland tradition. Not Transformation is often the ethos. It's an industry driven by personality and passion individuals individuals who are fierce competitors sometimes averse to working together. Katie Jackson says that mindset has to evolve. We believe that our intelligence together is quainton be more powerful and more impactful than anyone. Winery trying to figure this out and go alone. There's another challenge. Many small wineries can't afford to invest in climate resilience such as an annual emissions inventory. They're struggling to get the harvest in survive. And maybe spending any extra cash on new generators to adapt to the new normal mull of rolling power blackouts due to the heightened risk of catastrophic wildfires driven in part by climate change. Eric Westervelt N._p._R.. News in California's Napa Valley.
Oakland TSA workers still skeptical despite temporary end to shutdown
"To get the next shutdown ended. Julia Jackson who works for the Environmental Protection Agency says she hasn't gone as far as getting a second job to make ends meet. But it's been on her mind not driving through. I thought about it. Spending more kid. Federal employees have missed two paychecks. Phil meet Emma with the coast guard has been trying to save money on gas and food just cut back spending. We're not we're not buying things. I carpooled down here with people. So I didn't have to spend any gas. Not going out to eat find the bare minimum for food. Actually. I think I lost the weight be Dorothy positive. Thousands of people will go back to work on Monday. Others may decide it's time to retire at Oakland international airport carrying it a sack KCBS,
"julia jackson" Discussed on WWL
"Uh the ira read a couple of articles in a breakdown every graf in the twentyfirst century and the two thousand seventeen draft was voted uh between note all the nfl teams as being the number one graf as far as production bank via book the uh in this in this twentyfirst century so you basically looking at the since two thousand last year's class was considered the number one drive now can we get may be half of that this upcoming graf you and and keep the ball roll and so all yeah i mean every will all the who nation will looking forward to woods going to occur and the like you said no middle march moore's the 15 to be exact on thursday and the julia jackson uh theater yup the go see joe rogin live so that all the allied coming on board in hillis and the wettest could be turning nice in and he got jazz faz and now i continue seems like uh the we have a fast wherever we can yes homes going on so all blamed ours are not mentioned desert class you're you're exactly right idea zoric lazett yet no doubt about big event there is wheel out to the phones go by water for michael michael good evening thank you for calling wwl good evening gentlemen how are you good to hey michael first time caller longtime listener i really enjoy looked in the few guys michael thank you so much for colony and go right ahead um i've got a person who talk about core is the the patriots a concern that i never really hear anyone bring up and okay um i normally don't like to get into what if scenario i think i'm donna in my own mind i'm guessing will you go on the go ahead michael well i think that one of the people who is the key to their success if somebody that you never hear talked about and i think that that person is tom brady's wife that's not read that i think that it is tom brady is consistently i was looking online could that uh the other day tom brady is there are probably depending on which lift you look at there are fifteen to seventeen quarter starting quarterbacks making more money then tom brady right and i think that the.
"julia jackson" Discussed on KGO 810
"The best rather like a whose he nice tied this last year and alan wright panel alan rickman i want you to release these people from the ssim bds army and he turns off of things he says i read about them in people magazine how's says are good as was has fast ballet dancers in the world great and he was at night on here yeah yeah one of the best bella i'm going to get you forgive my brother that that guy using the bolshoi while yeah yeah yeah we saw baryshnikov get white nights and he was mad a as as head letters of the headlines are well and debbie dares to hear julia jackson follow lacey you have some fun to some of the news of the week uh let's see we'll talk about who gallup's most admired man and in woman are this year in why trump is not happy die down actually will just starwood that's it of right there yeah is this the ground is the brian copeland who pretended here encaja traffic from tilton autobody traffic death at gotta two accidents in the middle of a lot of slow traffic one is up the each your free way east eighty before that 580 split over toward the richmond sandra fell fan traffic backed up out of the maize and it stays slow past that uh up to san pablo damn road and a big rig in the previous tied it up as you come down the dublin grade east 580 before san ramon road traffic's effectively backed up to redwood road in castro valley if you're traveling between vallejo and the south shore of lake tahoe that's currently taking three hours and eleven minutes to make that trip and a reminder that meets the a would love.
"julia jackson" Discussed on KGO 810
"We had this incredible opportunity that we blown and now we got a star lowered i say startle over him not just in on every level and so people out there that are trump supporters if i saudi crazy no as six months i apologize for kanu racist if you're not a racist or implying that you are you know i'll stop take that back i walked at back foot i want to see some proof for safety with chip franklin weekday afternoons from four to seven on the next generation of khl me a cat moving in with a new human it took a little getting you still she sees weird game she likes to play like this giant fathur she sticks it in my face i swat it away she sticks it at my face i swat it away it's almost like she thinks i enjoy it let's see how much fun she gets out of it well i guess it makes it all worth it he'll meds a person is the best thing to happen to a shelter pet be that person adopt brought to you by the ad council and the shelterpetprojectorg it's something that you'd freak with respect the office of the presidency if you don't like the first in there or if you feel as some do the donald trump represents the worst of of her than you figure out how to get him out of that office and get somebody in africa but you don't turn around thumbing their nose at the office the conversation with alex weekdays for teddy the next generation of it called fly in cal plan by k g l pais jerry zheng it's that letters of the headlines cagiano comics just a lot were julia jackson involves all out show wider here have exit thumb some of news the weeks of this quickly were top of the christopher steel dossier data that they did state that the gop trying to make is about who paid for it rather than what's in it it in so far nothing that's in it has been disproven some things have been proven but nothing that's in it has officially been disparate so does it matter where it came from it's the facebook argument yeah exactly decide he added work hey what is rhetoric came from or does it matter what's in it and the veracity of what's in it you.
"julia jackson" Discussed on KGO 810
"14th julia jackson doing her solo show children are forever all sales final i gotta right at the shokhin auditorium in los angeles of your in la or if you're listening to us in la over row over the web that sunday at eleven o'clock i'm sure why does here podcast date talk on i tunes at bob sarla busolo the jews here to what did you do now you eu got the cord from you did that was a very busy like an old deklerk trick i'm doing here i was going to say you had it easy he's got the ground from the the headphones all tangled up thank you wrapped round yeah hair leg heaven forbid that you have for have to put chains on a car drove through the snow they also have trouble doing that thank you that's what i used to call my dad for stuff can't do this i can't fix anything on useless can you get any fix i quarrel no i got burned out bulbs at home did you really have to do that kenny do that essar come over okay garten to give you a hippie cigar i'm at the march by the way at the march general black man tomorrow by the clock saturdays at five through the month of november and my new book the waiting period based on the solar show is is available now if you go to my website you can get it for just the cost of shipping they want people to read that book so go to brian copeland dot com and you can get a free copy of it okay and we were talking about with the stories boy wizard during the news you the new york investigators say may be able to charge harvey weinstein with with the sexual assault case from from 2010 for we went to break bob you were saying um something that's interesting that i have heard i've said xe here on the air that this is going to be the unfortunate backlash to this the all the accusations that the overwhelming majority i'm sure of all true is that you were going to have executives who are not going to meet with with with women cut like what we all made fun of mike pence for saying he won't meet with a woman and he won't go to places alcohol lessons wives there in front of me said the.
"julia jackson" Discussed on KGO 810
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"julia jackson" Discussed on KGO 810
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"A pretty steady pattern weatherwise this weekend with temperatures in the low 60s along the coast mid70s by the bay and upper 80s inland the call is afternoon looks to be monday within lynn highs in the mid '80s upper 50s along the coast i'm the madero it's now time for branco plant on cagey out it is friday we have a a special abbreviated addition of the brian coping show today we're only on the air till 3 o'clock because of three o'clock he pregame festivities began for the forty nine overs a kansas city chiefs preseason game you can hear right here on kgon again coverage begins at three o'clock so we're doing things a little differently today are eagerly to 45 we have a leash him alone with than bango talking about the movies that are out in the multiplex weekend so that will be normal usually three to four we do headline is on the headlines but we're going to move it up and we're going to a special abbreviated edition of had ladders this said this first forty five minutes of this hour so in words we in the studio my distinguished of comics pugo remain is with us park has got to be at the punchline in san francisco on september thirteen with his charm offensive comedy show welcome back podcast thank you so what's the charm offensive comedy show it's it's the show i do it the punch yes russia you you hit a job with the trump administration will hugh hewitt un sarah huckabee sanders together the way you old firm nor deny like that i'll myintu house convicts are here joe close hick is gonna be part of our we're doing a big show in this assembly or at the center for the performing arts on september fifteen called lighten up for fall and joe close ix of part of that job is a is here the studio my friend good to be seen and the julia jackson will be its is here and she'll be it so low sundays at stage works theater in san francisco the sunday performing her show man enough to be a girl it's for forty six street sunday at seven i'm doing the dea the waiting period of valencia at the march at at 530 show i can of with.