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01:55 min | 1 year ago

"kensho" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart Radio podcast preview In October. 1989, a 10 year old girl went to school in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, Winter class, talked and laughed with friends. She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger, but she never came home that day. Amy Mahala. Vick never came home at all. You know, she was lured to base square basically to be abducted since Amy disappeared. These streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence the police to a killer. This lead will sell the case or will Amy's murder remain unsolved? Amy should be 40, a new podcast from three news in Cleveland and bald studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one Five live and local radio station. We have, uh 7 37 bone That's and John Kensho. Brian sees something in for John and again and you heard about this? Maybe you did over the weekend. A trans air 7 37. A actual 45 year old airframe. Ditched in the Pacific Ocean off of Honolulu immediately after takeoff. Alex Stone is here from ABC News. Because the this is this is not, uh, this is no boating.

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KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"kensho" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"kensho" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"kensho" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Items. Boots for kids. Yes, but do those No. Have you been to West Hollywood? Um all right. Well, speaking of that, uh Caitlyn Jenner is being lambasted when we come back here in just a second, because this will require some discussion. Caitlyn Jenner is being lambasted in the Bay Area because she went on Caro and Cameron Cron up in the Bay Area. And and suggested that you move the unused people into quote, big open fields. And, of course, the shocked class is thinking that that's pretty much let them eat cake. But, um, problem is Caitlin here in l. A county kinda has a point. Uh, back with that here in just a second. Um, also the guy Who surgically turned himself from a pasty white Englishmen to a Korean was in Los Angeles today, doing an interview with British TV. And you had to answer a question from an actual Korean who's a writer for an online magazine here in Los Angeles, paper dot com. Um, who? The writer? Uh, told him what she thinks of people who don't have a single coil of Korean DNA. Just having she can plants and eye surgery, so we'll get to all that. It's it is all lots into the stuff. Also, Guess what I brought in my own money. I did not. That's not telling the truth. There are the grand in your hand is going to be back when we come back. Um, you you may be minutes away from winning 1000 bucks. It is John Kensho. Brian. She's filling in KF. I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I Heart radio Brian Reuben with the news. Tyson Foods has issued a massive recall of £8.5 million of frozen chicken. One person has been killed when a pickup truck going the wrong direction on the 91 freeway crashed into another car in Anaheim.

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"kensho" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"kensho" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It's okay for a man. To go into the women's section show his Penis around the other women, young little girls. It is, according to California statute. It is the John Kensho, Brian said, filling in For John and can ever clear Aren't Alexakis. Good call, by the way, Eric. One of the nicest guys in music Art Alexakis, the the the lead guy from every clear I don't know what the hell's happened to him, but but he went back to Portland with his money. Um So, um, uh, Yes, sir John kensho more on the thing that I just played last break. There was a protest on Saturday. There were arrests. There were physical assaults. And, uh, and antifa, one of the guys who was detained for defending himself. Rooftop Korean. We'll talk to him at four o'clock. Look who came man. Steve Gregory. I haven't seen you for like, hours that are unnamed mutual friends. Yeah. July. 4th party. Yeah, it seemed like, uh, since it seems like I haven't seen you for a while. Now, listen, They see you in, like, four days in a row. Yeah, and like like, we're shirtless. And we're like, chest bumping and stuff is crazy or wait. Where did you leave by then? Yeah. Sorry, man. Yeah. In my bed when our mutual friends said, uh because we had to leave to go. Look, we had to go check out this Gorman fire Now. You were just looking. You were looking at it. No, really mean I don't want to get out in the hot wind. I did the last thing on it was enough hot wind around here. But it was, uh, finally you you, you hit the peak of the best part of the party. By the way. Oh, really? Yeah. Now you were out there. The high tide. You haven't taken a very clear with because we because of what was going on we had you know, I was on call. I was dressed and ready for work because we were expecting wildfires to just pop up everywhere last night that was dressed for work. Um okay, well, real quick, So So, uh, to close out old business. So what is the deal with that fire up in government? There's no one lives around there. There. It looks like they're letting it burn. Yeah, they're they're They're pushing it where it needs to go, and there were mandatory evacuations initially at a like an RV park up there, and that's the only reason that caught my attention. Sometimes there's a there's an evacuation order in place. That's that's kind of when we roll. That's our litmus test. And there's nothing orbiting so the air attack is over. No. Yeah, it's it was. There was an initial Cold War anti submarine airshow with the S two's Everything yesterday, but it looks like there They're letting it burn because that's and because this is not a forest. It's chaperone. All right, and they don't wanna as they say, you know, like, uh, What's I I know the term that I would use, but You know if it's appropriate for radio, they don't want to spend all their money up front. They don't want to waste all their resources and money right now because we haven't even gotten into the season money shot. Sure, sure of that one. Yeah, right now. They're just fluffing. If it flares back up, they might need the money shot. Yes. Um, no, that's and also, though they have to be that the conservative resources because They they might they might. Shoot out 345 aircraft on this thing, And then suddenly one pops up in Riverside, you know, so they're looking at this there, triaging, and they're saying, Okay, it's chaperone. It evolved to survive fire. It's gonna grow back in a year. Well, and they have to think that every time they put that crew in a helicopter, how many thousands of dollars in spending an hour And now that they have the Chinook for L, a county when an orange one of Ventura You know, they have that tool now in the tool box, So they have to be very mindful. Because even though so Cal Edison is paying for the standby time counties have to pay for the airtime. Yeah. What you say It's okay, Allison. You mean I haven't seen it yet? On my bill, But it will, right. Well, of course it should be a Chinook. See, that's what they're going to call, you know? And I wish you would. I wish I wish it would be is transparent. Is that where you knew where the pass through was? And, Yeah, it always made me laugh when? When a utility company That's just multi billion dollar enterprise and every time that they want to put new coat of paint on a tower, they up the rates. Yeah, and and I look at that. It's an expense. But of course it has. I mean, I'm making an old time job. Of course I'm with solar Max now, so I don't barely see a bill. I see a single digit bill. Telmex tech dot com. Um, uh, So I'm uh, hang on a lot of other notes here. Um, okay, So okay, So bottom line. We're not worrying about the about the, um About the fire. Okay, so guy bails out locally. What was this bail for blowing up in LAPD Bomb truck? What was that bail that he made that bail local 500,000. And so he puts up 15% of that bailed out on Thursday. He was arrested Wednesday last week and bailed out the next day. Thursday. With what? Like cash or firework? Don't know. Yeah, right. Can someone do what's 15% of 500,000? Would be 15,000 times five. So he made that bail. He goes home. And he says, Well, I'm living the life of Riley and then the feds show up in Kiev shows up on Saturday and says Not so fast, Charlie Yeah, based on a complaint when he hadn't arrested him, so the charges that he was facing He was booked for the possession of explosives on Wednesday. He was booked on Saturday by federal agents were transporting explosives Thursday Interstate because we find out he bought the bulk of those at the area. 51 firework stand in Pahrump, Nevada. Never heard of it. Yeah, yeah, By the way, you know that every many, many people in Southern California go to that fireworks stand Well, sure, And it's legal there, obviously. So he was like, almost in a two month span. I'm just a little over a month. Back and forth back and forth in a rental truck box truck and he was just taking he was going out there and pick it up the stuff and then do you know how much a rental moving truck is right now? No. No. So many people are fleeing California. It's like you if you can find one there like five, so he was renting. Truck to go to Nevada and then bring those things back and with significant the plan to sell them in his own neighborhood, according to his own testimony to detectives died, So did he know that was illegal? I don't know. I can't presume to know what he that's true. Yeah, he, um Then he wins. He went one step further and started buying these, like really powerful. Improvised explosive devices and explosive materials to make his own stuff because they found the material in his house, the boxes and cases near 500 cases of explosives. We're in his carport, backyard under tarps next to next to barbecue grills with with, uh, natural gas mask canisters, readers. Yeah. So, um That was found, But then they found that small portion of those I e. D's and that's part of that is what blew up that T C V total containment vehicle on Wednesday night as they were trying to dent in the sphere of safety. Yes, fear of safety. Um So the guy was arrested on Saturday. He's still in custody. Now. He makes his Next court appearance tomorrow two PM Federal court and he faces those charges. Now the city is expected. LAPD is expected to come back and possibly file additional charges. Child endangerment because, yeah, 10 Year old girl, brother, Okay, so clear this up for me. Do you have this answer? Was he the Legal data custodian.

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"kensho" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"kensho" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That was a single family home next story. Now they're building something that we'll have a bunch of condos. There will be stunned. They really understand it. They won't believe it will be like how did this happen? Well, that's what the purpose of having you on the air right now is explain to people. This is how it happens. Oh, I can't thank you enough for drilling down on this because it is wonky stuff. And you're right. You know, Sometimes a lot of people just don't wake up till it until it's too late. So I've written this initiative. Actually, that it's starting to get traction may show up on the November 2022 ballots. To amend the state constitution to make zoning and land use municipal affair exactly would shrimp the state's ability to eliminate local control of this? So, um, it's kind of our neutron bomb if they're just going to continue doing this, so so stay tuned to hear from that. In fact, there assembly member mirrors Al Martucci introduced it as a bill C a seven So if somebody wants to go look and read it that I know some people hearing was, they're probably going to gallon to look at that See a seven. It stands for Assembly Constitutional Amendment seven. It's not going anywhere as you can imagine in the Legislature. But hopefully it's going to turn into a statewide initiative. I mean, he's a Democrat. He opposes these bills. SB nine and 10. Yeah, well, I'm a Democrat to okay, well was Democrat of the year like five years ago, so in my little district here, but this is a bipartisan issue. There's no question about we got Democrats and Republicans, you know, and that we all sit in FL we talk about it's got nothing to do. Really. This is truly truly I know. I'm saying that there's a chance to stop it in the Legislature. Yes. Not really where there is. There's always a chance. I don't want to say that I'm testifying next week again before an assembly committee. So, um, you know, you've got groups like Livable California You've got this other groups forming, like California Alliance of local elected who are rallying against all these individual bills, which is just daunting. And so we're still trying. We're still fighting. But you know, we've got plan B. All right, Mayor brand. Thanks for coming on. I appreciate it. Yeah, thanks for having us And thanks for drilling down on this Redondo Beach Mayor Bill brand. He was sent to us from livable California dot org. But he says a lot of organizations are opposing these bills. Specifically, we're talking about Senate Bill nine Senate Bill 10 in Sacramento and I think Mayor Brand explained it well, that you could have Hedge funds, pension funds, Uh, big investors rental giants who could buy the property next door to you if these bills passed And they could build a condo structure in your single family home neighborhood. Jaws will drop. How many wasn't too long ago when people complain about what they called McMansions in their neighborhood. They were single family homes, but they were too big. They're dwarfing my neighborhood and taking over the rich people are buying a bit. This will be worse. You could have six units next door were a single family home was that could be rental Hell, because you know what rental people are like. I used to be one. But that's a long time ago. And now I really understand how homeowners feel Johnny Kensho and K F I. Deborah mark of the news research.

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"kensho" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"kensho" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Louis, Missouri on a mission to explore the northwest from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. President Thomas Jefferson commissioned his private secretary Merryweather Louis, William Clark, an army captain to lead an expedition into what is now the northwest of the United States almost 2.5 year. Was later the expedition returned to ST Louis, bringing back a wealth of information about the largely unexplored region jumping way ahead this week in 1965, in what may have been the most ridiculous waste of taxpayer money. The FBI laboratory declared that the lyrics of the song Louie Louie by the King's men to be officially unintelligible. Based on an outcry from parents who bought into what may have started as an idle rumor. The FBI launched a formal investigation in 1964 into the supposedly porn Graphic lyrics of the song Louie Louie This'll Week in 1973. Skylab, America's first space station is successfully launched into an orbit around the Earth 11 Days later, U. S astronauts Charles Conrad, Joseph Kerwin and Paul Whites made a rendezvous with Skylab, repairing a jam solar panel and conducting scientific experiments during their 28 Day stay aboard the space station on this week in 2014, broadcast journalists and a very hard time understanding how we can have as wealthy country is We do and have kids not eat. Just don't get it. This benefit would cut child poverty nearly in half. Here's the problem. It's for one year. So next year, the kids go back into poverty. Bill Handel mornings from 6 to 10. What good is that on K F? I Johnny Kensho. John Kobylt 10 champ. Oh campaign and 6 40 live everywhere in the I Heart radio lap, always got done talking to a woman named France the studio city's trying to organize it has been Organizing a campaign to bombard elected officials about the homeless problem. This'd from Mike Bonnett. Remember a few weeks ago, There's this story that bonded along with any city councilman. Proposing using beach parking.

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Podium Time

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"kensho" Discussed on Podium Time

"Does that make you feel while. Are we so lucky to have even a job where we get to not make noise but then have the most wonderful sound coming back at you and then you really consider what am i contributing to that experience other than just marking time. No when we were talking about courage earlier. I was thinking a lot of times. You know we work on getting things up to correct we wanna make sure the transitions correct. Make sure the orchestra plays together. Do whatever we can. And then. I think that courage is getting it above correct into creating something else. Yeah and maybe. It's my science background. But i used to obsess over the literally the smallest thing you know the smallest thing like all the there's one cello that was slightly ahead or oh You know i don't know if that fortissimo was In the in the hierarchy of three four tastes I don't know if the fortissimo was loud enough. I mean just crazy things okay and i remember getting to spend like it's fine. Think about like what. What is the music saying what it's fine. Stop worrying about those details but you need to have the courage to say to yourself. That's not my role here. My role is to give everything. I have physically emotionally whatever it is to performance right. Obviously you change the diversion of your year. A are not why a are based on rehearsal or performance. Right like you're think you're listening more critically in rehearsal but then obviously listening critically performance to react to something or adjust but you have to somehow change the on another inner workings of your brain changed the mode to something. That's a little bit more willing to take risks. Stay in the moment that i think that. That's the secret sauce. If i may say for what a is can performances. Let's great musician. Well that's where it has to be right. You have such a great musician to be able to do that right. That's the thing. That's the hard thing about conducting. It's just so multifaceted you can't just be you know. Excellent one thing you know. It's almost better to be okay at blood things and then just have the passion and the communicative ability whether it's physical hopefully more physical than verbal. Let's say To convince people that you know what the heck you're talking about you know at least that week you know. I like to say sometimes. Like i like to say. Sometimes i just do if you ever just for this iteration of this. The performance of the piece that we're doing this week just we try this. You know like realizing that you're not putting the definitive version of this. It's just like you're here for a week you know. Let's just try this you know. Sometimes i get like what. We've never done that before you know it's like it's perfect time for i. You know you can literally said that in a rehearsal with a really really wonderful orchestra. You know it's okay you know and especially as the unconnected you're gonna get this kind of not. They're not antagonistic. But they're come like. Are you sure you wanna do that. You know that kind of a question. that's not right. don't you..

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Podium Time

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"kensho" Discussed on Podium Time

"He is loved by literally every person that he's worth right. It's hard to do that. Right isn't it. Isn't the saying like you go to an orchestra for the first time. If you get fifty percent of the people to light you you've won you know. Isn't that the kind of you know metaphor that people say it's like all you can convince fifty percent of the people to not hate you after the week then you've done something right but no it's like whatever the percentage is it doesn't matter right. It's the thing of just saying to yourself and repeating to yourself. I will be the most positive supportive encouraging person in this room. You know and i think that's such a long way. We we worry about so many things conductors. We worry about. Oh what if. I missed beating pattern. Oh what if. I miss his chew. What did you think about me. Oh what if. I m used the wrong you know. I don't know if i if i say letter c instead let her d. dumbest stuff neurotic selves. Can worry about you know. Just just take half of that and put it into the energy of just. I being positive it might be encouraging. Am i being the beacon of light in that room right. It might being the brightest light in that room at the. That's such a great lesson. That i saw him repeat and practice himself over and over and over again and i love your emphasis that that is something that we can work on. That is something we can actively do because it i. This is something that. I have actively been working on for years. Like if you take my my high school early college self like that's not me at all anymore. Because i've had kids. Yeah i've had to develop just going in there and being enthusiastic with everybody and it's it's it's tough but it's something you can actually you can absolutely do if you don't feel like that's you naturally And then i really like earlier..

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Podium Time

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"kensho" Discussed on Podium Time

"He do here. How's he beating this okay and i just. I don't think i was hearing things but it was more about. Just me observing him and watching. What was the pacing of all this. Just you know getting as much information as possible. And i managed to rehearse the orchestra after that and then he came in and did the reading and he was kind of like How are they doing everything that i had am i. It was well prepared. And i you know. He was like who who. Who did the preparation. So that's the first time i met him. And maybe a few weeks. After that. I was told that he was going to start. This conductor fellowship program at curtis and this is what the program looks like right now in terms of having to conductors that he mentors and i was told that they're going to hold additions and for fairness sake there. We're gonna ask me to readmission for that fellowship along with a pool of other doctors. And i said fine. That's fair But i told them. Look like i mean. Obviously not a guaranteed. I'm going to be able to get in. So i'm gonna go audition for some of the programs right so i didn't really want to leave. Leave the area. So i just looked at juilliard and this is still went. Alan gilbert was there. And so i said now. That's probably a good program to be in new york would be gray and so i went and had that audition i think curtis additional was first and then i went to go through this naturally are and i pass through some of the first few rounds and two things happened during that trip that i think about quite often because they really kind of changed in a way the trajectory of how i was going to go. The first one was that i was sitting at inbetween. Some of these rounds. I was having coffee with To dan the one that everybody goes through before shows on the consent. Or if you've ever gone through the center the penalty. Dan is the place to be okay and sitting at the friend and who walks in but unique and this is one of the mazing things about unique and something that i tried to adopt as well.

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Podium Time

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"kensho" Discussed on Podium Time

"I mean it's just. I just out so much and So toward the end of my second year at curtis Mr mueller was Going to retire. And so i was kinda stuck in this limbo period where most of the students stay at least three years if not for before graduating and so i was kind of like okay. Well what do i do with his third year luckily away he moved new york so the school was nice. Enough to pay for us to travel there Take lessons with him. But obviously wasn't the same. I mean before we would meet with him for two Will the length of the the length of the class was not a prescribed. Let's say but We would show up twice a week to his apartment to have class so in these classes could range from. I know i know you've heard from many other Mueller family. They can range from two hours to five. You know it's dependent on how much you want to regale us with his knowledge. I don't know what's the right word that and so it was just wasn't the same only going once a we. Can you know. Probably we had a train schedule. Also very limited we knew it was gonna be only be two hours and so it's not really the same environment and at the end of that There are some rumblings at the time that unique was going to be involved somehow with the program and just around that time. So this is during my third curtis rouse still travelling back and forth between new york. I.

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KFI AM 640

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"kensho" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Kensho junk about kinship O camp. I am 6 40 live everywhere in the I heart radio app. Right. So there was more discussion today about reopening the schools. In in Southern California, particularly in L. A county girl. Dr. Barbara Ferrer says that the case number is coming down the way they are leads to some optimism that they will meet. Thresholds required, she says by the state. To allow the lower grades to return to schools in L. A county now, but l a unified's a different story. I'm saying the state is not governing Gavin Newsom is not in charge of Barbara Fair is not in charge. And the teachers union claims or their leadership claims. They're not showing up until all teachers and students are vaccinated, which is an impossibility. We've gone through that there's simply no vaccine that's going to be around. Especially for younger Children until 2022 Sign. So what? Why is that? Not being debated? Like all day and night by everybody is that interesting? He's got a kid in L, a county schools, but it's not nearly unified. You might see some movement to the next several weeks unless we get the Super Bowl, sir, that their latest fear, then the Valentine's surge. That's the thing. There's always gonna be a reason for people to gather. And you could see that there's no controlling anybody anywhere. If you saw those Super Bowl pictures in In Florida. I know Tampa people are going to do what they're gonna do. And nobody in a big percentage. Just don't care. They think that the ratings were a little lower this year because people didn't gather in bigger groups to watch the game and some people may have just actually I bothered I looked. Historically, the top game was 114 million. I think was the Patriots and the Seahawks a few years ago, and this year was 96 million, and that includes all the streaming and everything could have CBS 18 million people that they lost, which is which is what you think about it. How many people when you've gone to a Super Bowl gathering to watch the game, how many people there and sometimes their women are only there because there's a gathering of the party. Oh, most of them. So if you're not gonna have that they're not gonna watch the game. Your husband will at home, but they're not gonna bother. I've never understood. How did you lose that Audience? Just party party. How does the TV rating service know how many people are watching? I thought they couldn't because I thought they often didn't count large bar viewership sand bar restaurants because the way the rating system works, there's an electronic box attached to your TV. And then the box transmits what channels you watch back to the home computer. So how do they know how many How Many people are saying they have data on households, But I don't think they know exactly how many people are watching at the exact time right? They used to estimate not enough. It's still true that there was 2.5 people. On average in household watching a particular show. So if you had a that's what they you if you had a 10 rating that equated to 25 million people with Sam just throwing out broad numbers here, Um, I I never knew what they do for for Super Bowls or, you know political events. Were people watching large groups. One thing I saw the numbers. Florida's a lot like us. Do you know that the viewership percentages were the greatest in Kansas City and the New England area? Not Tampa. They're following Tom Brady still and Northeasterners love their sports. So obviously the Kansas City people love their chiefs. But in the Tampa Bay fans, I mean there. There was a big tune in but not Not higher than the percentages and in the museum. It was like the baseball team made the world Syriza's Nobody. Nobody is ever shown up to their games. The Tampa Bay Rays. Yeah, they been a pretty good team for a lot of years. In the layout of the last 10. Nobody ever shows up. That's what the Florida could be like the way California's now Obviously, California supports the Dodgers, but some of the other sports has struggled. And what do you have? Trainee players? The better weather the transplants. You're right. They don't they don't. They don't tune in for the home team as much, all right. We got more to come. We're going to talk about this study. It was something we talked about and have talked about for months. But you see, like a study of Latino households explains why they're getting hit the hardest with coronavirus John and Ken Show can if I Deborah Marquez is on the sides in.

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KFI AM 640

02:42 min | 2 years ago

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"20 in the morning to 6 20 at night, and the next key word will be at 6 20 with Tim Conway High before the pandemic struck us down in 2021 of the biggest subjects almost daily on the Johnny Kensho was the growing homeless problem, which, by the way, has gotten worse in L, A and L. A county because he's basically been a stand down. Undoing anything about homeless encampments more on that in a moment, But this story ran last week from NBC Force Investigative Team and reporter Joel Grover. That more than 50% of the fires that have started in L. A this year are coming from the homeless encampments. And there's something about Mike bonded in here, too. Let's listen. This was what got the attention on the Venice boardwalk this morning of joggers and passers by flames shooting out of this building, which the fire department said started in this homeless encampment. Next door. Finish. Residents tell me they're used to seeing encampment fires, but none like this one. It was only a matter of time. Until something of this scale happened. We first met Venice resident Alan Person's last fall when the item revealed data that showed the number of fires in L. A connected to the homeless was up 82% from the year before, Parsons was worried about all the propane tanks and barbecues at many homeless encampments, firehouses 100% of fire hazard on House residents told US Flammable materials are the only cause of encampment. Fires tent goes up in flames. What's the cause? Usually a miss. Understanding over money or drugs. It's a problem could be getting worse in just the first two weeks of this year, roughly 58% of fires in L, a more than half of all fires or flagged as being related to homelessness, according to an L. A City fire official was putting the on house residents at risk. It's putting the House residents at risk. Residents like persons have asked the city to resume doing regular encampment cleanups, which had stopped doing when the pandemic began, leading to bigger and bigger piles of combustible materials around many tents. Many homeless advocates call those cleanups inhumane because homeless people are forced to temporarily move their possessions. Yesterday, City Councilman Mike Bonnin introduced a new motion urging the city to do cleanups where it would be optional or voluntary. For the homeless to move their belongings and even hiring the homeless to help clean up encampments. If you look behind me, this is what optional get you tense that air now overflowing from the sidewalk into the streets. The item asked to speak with Councilman bonding today, but he was not available. In the meantime, residents say, they're worried the.

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02:16 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Debra Mark, We have accident. Attorney Sweet Change Bergner on the line. We've known James for years. He's the one you call. If you ever get into an accident, you could reach him at Sweet James dot com. James, Welcome to the Johnny Kensho. Thanks for having me. Hey, James. A lot of wacky things happen and something California. I wanted to talk to you about Jet back guy That's been flying around l a X and I guess. Say, you being the sharp eyed attorney. What's the liability here of something disastrous happens? Oh, my gosh. Sure. You've got a guy some unknown, unregistered, unplanned flight and where the most complex and crowded airspace is in the entire world that air spaces for commercial airliners and just illegal flying in that space. So he's tinkering in his garage and wants to be some superhero and he's flying up in that commercial space, and he's going to face a litany of problems because of an accident. The FAA confined motel quarter of a million dollars and put him in jail for a year. But the FAA can also coordinate with other agencies Department defense, Homeland Security, FBI and local authorities. For additional enforcement action. So this guy could just be up the creek. Yeah, If he gets sucked into an engine and brings down a jet is the airline responsible? Could passengers and families sue, they would likely have that sort of insurance coverage. But the primary culprit would be jetpack Guy. I imagine he wanted some suit. Cool superhero name like Iron, Eagle or wing defender. Can't believe they haven't tracked him down yet. Yeah, a couple of times twice. I mean, he's out in the open air clearly in pub. Like he's on video. Nobody. Nobody at the airport Security traced him attractive yet it's hard to believe. Thank God it's a pandemic was less flights up there. I guess that's very true. You know, part of me wishes that he gets whisked away into some special secret government agency with a bunch of other oddballs to save America. But likely is you're going to get changed left on him and that'll be the end of them. Maybe he'll jet pack into the inauguration or something that was actually being there Anything sweet James Burger If you give her get into an accident, he's the one to call 805 152 100. That's it. 805 152 100 Sweet James, calm investors and Ri A provides up to 18 to 21% bonuses annually on the real estate portfolio. Go toe and ri a dot net for more live by local am 6 40 I Heart radio station.

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05:55 min | 2 years ago

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"Com Underneath the photo that says, Guess the beach, Babe Rock in this cheetah print swimsuit. They want. You know, Alex, you could look at the hot photos of the girl in her bikini. Really? Yeah. Give me a minute and this one for with a young guy to theirs. After that their death of Siegfried of Siegfried and Roy and 81. But this story Is entitled L. A county supervisor Janice Hahn. How dare the Health Department allowed clinics to throw vaccines in the garbage? It's a report on the men's Health Foundation in Inglewood. Who contacted people who are not on the priority list desperately wanting the vaccine because a huge number of people who signed up to get the vaccine at this men's Health Foundation were no shows. And so they These folks got the remaining doses, but that runs afoul of the county Health Department guidelines. This. This would say only people on the priority list should be vaccinated even if the vaccines would otherwise end up in the trash. This is more of Barbara Ferrer's insanity. Yes, she actually created a policy where, if not enough people show up for the vaccines. You're supposed to throw them in the garbage rather than give them to anybody else in the vicinity. Did you believe they work this story for four days trying to get an answer from the L. A County Health department saying, isn't it better to vaccinate non priority residents than throw the precious vaccines in the garbage? They never got an official answer. But they did say eventually we'll take punitive action against clinics like the Men's Health Foundation. But teams, he says what? So it's an off the record thing. Are you kidding me? Which means and they're right. Most clinics will follow the official guidelines and probably throw the vaccines out right because they haven't stated publicly. But they won't come after these health providers. They said. State publicly go out there and find anybody. They'll take the vaccine before it spoils. That's it. That should be the printed instructions. It is. Can anyone get control of Barbara for rare? She's has a policy to throw out vaccines. PhD and social work you have to say is resonating more something, somebody somebody. She told me that she went for quite a while in her daily briefing. One day this week, carrying on about racism. Yeah, that she has to be the most important She actually job. She actually, I think believes that the that the virus itself is racist. Well, I shall let's appoint a commission and strike, I guess against the virus itself is ah white supremacist. If you if you go by Barbara Frayer is thinking here is TMZ. They're exclusive interview with L. A county supervisor, Janice Hahn. Currently I'm sad to report we've on Lee given out about half of the doses that have been allotted to Los Angeles County. This is unacceptable and we need to let all these clinics we need to let all the hospitals every vaccination site should be told by L. A county at the end of the day when you have unused doses. Don't throw them away. Start calling people who can be there in 30 minutes and get it in their arms supervisor. We held that story for four days because we couldn't get an answer. Even from the health Department. We couldn't even get an answer. And eventually we ended up getting kind of a non answer, saying We're just not gonna prosecute them or pure be punitive with them, and we're gonna work on new guidelines. And I was looking at this and thinking work on new guidelines. You guys have known this vaccine was rolling out for months. And what I'm being told on the inside is they had no plan and the health department is still offering. I mean, no guidance If they're not even talking about vaccines that could go in the trash. I don't know what your view of that is. Our county Health department was going under the guidelines that the state of California put out that came from the CDC, right. You have to do Healthcare workers first. Then you can go to these other tears with the central workers. But when we have health care workers that don't show who miss their appointments, then what do you do with the extra doses or unused doses? And by the way, once you open these vials, they have a six hour shelf life. And the worst possible thing that could happen is if we find any of these vials in a trash can you know outside of a clinic? I'm going to call on our health. Apartment to begin immediately issuing guidance to all these vaccinations sites that at the end of the day, unused doses immediately begin giving them to anybody And everybody you can. Every one of these vaccination site should have a wait list. And there should call people up and say, Can you be here in 30 minutes? I don't care what your urine come get vaccinated. That's what I'm gonna do. Well, this isn't going to, um see interviewing l. A county supervisor. Janice. How well did she do it? I don't know. I think this story just ran. I don't know if she's done it yet. Well, how long does it take for for the for bar refer to issue a one line statement. If you run out of Patients get the vaccine to anybody. You confined. Yeah. Take a minute that takes about 30 seconds to type up and send out. He also got the times has been soft balling this story, but this had trained their trash chaotic covert 19 vaccine rollout leads to more deaths were there right now we can say it on this side. That if you don't get these vaccines out there, you're killing people. We've been hearing for months. Most socially distance. You must wear a mask, Save lives care about others? Well, Johnny Kensho cares about others get the vaccine out there and save lives..

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02:32 min | 2 years ago

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"Look at the guy What that guy's doing. Oh, he's an LAPD cop. And it blindsides the chief that I think it's a bigger, bigger issue. All right, very good state very much. My guys dig around anything you can find about this vaccine disaster. Barbara for Air is overseeing in L. A county. Johnny Kensho CAF? I Deborah Marquez. Ooh, houses voted 232 to 1 97 to impeach President Trump for an unprecedented second time. It's for the right of US capital, during which five people, including a Capitol police officer were killed. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said during the debate. Trump has got to go. He is a clear and present danger. To the nation that we all love. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says there's no way a serious or fair trial could be held and finished before Joe Biden takes office. McConnell says he still doesn't know how he's going to vote. The news is brought to you by choice administrators. Insurance L. A County health director Barbara Ferrer says over the last seven days more than 1500 have died from Cove in 19. Since the surge began in early November, the death rate among Latin ex residents as increased from 3.5 deaths per 100,000 people to 28 deaths for 100,000 residents, she says. The black population is the second hardest hit, followed by the Asian population. Ferrer says evidence of a New year's holiday surge could happen by the end of this week. A bill to fund the effort to house the homeless in California has picked up support from the mayor of L. A. We need the sustained investment, and that's what bring California home is all about so 80 71 will have this predictable, dedicated permanent stream of funding of $2.4 billion Garcetti's is the source of the funding would come from increasing the corporate tax rate in California by less than a percent. The state would also close a loophole that allows corporations to pay less in taxes on overseas profits. The NTSB is planning on holding a public meeting next month to share the probable cause of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant. All nine people on the helicopter, including Bryan's 13 year old daughter died in the crash last January in Calabasas. The virtual meeting is scheduled for February. 9th divers off the Indonesian coast are still looking for the cockpit voice recorder from the airliner that crashed over the weekend. The divers have already found the black box data recorders. The crash presumably killed all 62 people on board. The plane was a 26 year old Boeing that had recently spent nine months at a service. Indonesian officials say the engine was inspected corrosion last month before being put into being for being put back into service way have a crash on the four or five in North Hills. This.

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04:33 min | 2 years ago

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"We'd be up all night. The uppers wasn't meth. It was natural that it means How do you go through life without drugs? You know, I've never understood how anybody could take the bar and pass it without cocaine to this day. I don't understand that Bill Handel. Do you miss it? Yes. Mornings from 6 to 10. All right. Well, that was easy on K F I Johnny Kensho, John Cho belt, Ken Sham Poets camp. I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. Alright, already a mess workers being told if you get to the patient, and it doesn't look like they can survive, Then don't bring him to the hospital because we got no room. Talk to Alex Stone ABC News for CAF? I After three o'clock about that story. On. Of course, today is the vote in Georgia. Do you think this will go on for weeks is a lot of mail in voting going on in Georgia. Do you know a lot of people Early Vote? Yes, There's a tremendous amount of mail in voting, but they changed the rule, and they're allowed to count the vote in advance of Election Day. Oh, that's what was the screw up in many of the other states is that there was a heavy democratic advantage in the early voting is what I heard. Yeah, just but it won't be a last minute surge. Like last time It'll be enough front, Serge. And then you'll have to see whether the Republicans catch up from Today's voting. Mm. Yeah, And it's unknown case that Republicans tend to vote in person on election day. More than Democrats do. It's just the way it's always been. Yeah, which is weird to me, but It's just It's kind of their tradition. I, uh, yesterday at this time we were talking about the strange twisting story. Of actress Tanya Roberts. Tanya Roberts appeared in a bond movie of view to a kill That's with Roger Moore. She was in that 70 show playing somebody's mother, a character's mother anyway, it was reported. Uh, by a man we described as her boyfriend. His name is Lance O'Brien. That she had passed away. And this made its way to TMZ and got reported and picked up by several new services and became a story. Yesterday morning, but later in the day report that she did not pass away at Cedars Sinai Medical Center. This is what we got from this is strange. Inside edition reporter Stephen Fogg bian. Is interviewing Lance O'Brien. And believe it or not, he gets the shocking phone call. This is yesterday remind you because today we learned she did pass away that that in fact she had not died. Let's listen. Mystery surrounds the medical condition of Charlie's Angels actress Tanya Roberts, who was reported to have died yesterday. And then today was said to be alive. Tanya suddenly collapsed on Christmas Eve after walking her two dogs. Newspapers across the nation today, Kelly reports of her death and I was interviewing her long time boyfriend, Lance O'Brien, when the shocking almost impossible to believe news came in that Tanya was alive Now you're telling me that she's alive? Thanks a lower thank God. He says Tanya did not have cove it but was placed on a ventilator because she was struggling to breathe, He says due to covert 19 protocol, he was not allowed to be at her hospital bed at Cedars Sinai Medical Center. To comfort her until what he thought were her final hours yesterday. What just happened? Lance? What was? What was that The hospital's told you why. They're calling me from the ICU given. So the hospital just called you right now and told you that Tanya is still alive. Uh, I'm sappy, blue eyed beauty dazzled in the last season of Charlie's Angels chosen out of 2000 actresses. She was also a bond girl in the 1985 movie of you to Kill and later her best known role was a ditzy mom on that seventies show. Tanya would often speak with fans during live chats on Facebook. Here she is from December 19th, where she seemed like she was feeling fine. Okay, basically just hiking with my dog and June my workouts in the house. Her boyfriend says Tonya was experiencing problems with her liver function. When she was hospitalized..

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07:03 min | 2 years ago

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"Get the Johnny Can you'll find a link there to send us your three entries, But we'll tell you about what happened with the results from 2020 in the next segment here on the Shining Kensho. Tomorrow's big political story will be the vote in Georgia. There are two Democrats facing two Republican incumbents for the United States Senate. This is C Runoff election because back on November 3rd. I think you said John, There were dozens that were actually on the ballot in these races or something like that. There's a lot of people. There was a lot of people, which is why in both races nobody got to 50% Right. The Georgia has a rule that in even in a main election, right, usually, November is the final election. But if you don't get 50% Then there's a runoff in January, and there were too many candidates. I don't know exactly how many, but they permit that many on the ballot remembers a lot because she read the number back then I was like, Are you kidding? I didn't know that. But The incumbents Achille La Flor and David Perdue and their challengers of Jonah Soften a Ralph Warnock. If the Democrats win both of those seats, they will have control. Of the U. S Senate, because in addition to controlling the house that would control Congress And they've got biting the puppet as the president. That's why apparently, the spending has run upwards of a half a billion dollars. In the Georgia Senate runoff race. That's an enormous amount of money, but obviously it's the only thing going on politically. For all those who worry about Who's going to control the Senate. Because if they get control of the Senate, the Democrats and they will if they win both seats. Then it's an all Democratic Congress and a Democratic president. So along the crazy ideas can get through. Yeah, that's uh, the Republicans are selling that down there. You gotta fight socialism and You know that whole effect of the far left huge tax increases Green New Deal Nonsense. Yeah, yeah, I mean, just just all all sorts of insanity. And you probably know by now that President Trump had a phone call with the secretary of state to the state of Georgia Republican and basically asked him to please recalculate the vote from the presidential election in that state. He went on for over an hour. I read a lot of the transcript. He spoke most of the time. Yeah, I heard some some audio of it, and it's just this is crazy. It was just said she's completely out of his mind. His brain cannot handle a loss. And he was just making all kinds of insane claims. And and what do you do? Well, it's an example. From what I understand he was listing what he contended where problems with the vote either outright fraud or some serious And the response from the Georgia secretary of state to at least one of them was well. He told us that hundreds and hundreds of dead people voted. But we checked that we could only find two. You got to come up with the bodies there. Whenever he cited. We didn't have enough evidence to substantiate that on on a large scale, you know, 60 judges 60 have thrown out. Trump's cases about the election 60. Because it's none of the 60. Did they bring any Real evidence. It showed that there would be there would have been a change in the afternoon. Right now, when you're over 60 But he can't control himself. I mean, this is you know, he's gone off the deep end here. Well, this is it. There's only two weeks left. And it doesn't really get his last bid. Dog doesn't matter. I mean, they're gonna They're gonna go do some theater on Thursday. Some of the Republican senators who want to run for president or run for re election. That they want to show the trump followers that they're standing up for the big guy, right? So you're going to see a lot of noise on Thursday, so I could amount to anything. And they also don't want trump trashing him for the next 2 to 4 years, so It's their political survival. I heard they have the ability to delay the process with all of their outstanding you know, by, I think, by there is a day where, um There's a limit now. This happened after the 18 76 election. And there were there was a big commotion that went on and on and on. And then they passed the law that says, Well, it's January. Excellent. Forget the exact number. Let's say it's the 15th. That's it. Think five days. In fact, I think, five days after Congress meets on January 6th it absolutely positively. Whoever was certified, that's the winner. Thank you. Even if he overturned Georgia. Biden still has Over to 70 electoral votes, no sticks. No, you have to find another state to do this, and none of this makes sense. They're none of it does Or is he think if he starts something in George, it'll catch on in those states psychological condition. Some people cannot accept. Anything that is a blow to their ego, the blow to their identity. His identity is that your he's a winner. He's a champion. He's a warrior. And it's so deeply embedded in the psyche that his brain literally cannot comprehend. That is that he's a loser. In this case, you've lost the election and his brain won't allow him to. There's some kind of deep emotional trauma may be with his father. I don't know what it is, but there's a trauma that prevents him from understanding he lost. Okay, So what exactly happens on January? 20th? I don't know. But you know what if they if they got to forcibly remove him, then they will E unless he unless he's got the military on this side That was I was watching a movie about Guatemala documentary and how President took over and they had a videotape of the day of the coup, right? And the president. You have takes control the microphone and says, You know, I'm basically I'm in charge now, but he had the military to do that. That's what usually happens in Central and South American countries, right if, but lets trump as the military he went, he loses. Yeah, There was some scare story today that a whole bunch of former secretaries of defense called out that the military not appease the president, should they be called upon to keep him in office? Oh, I bet you they're the guys at the at the nuclear stations. Have changed the codes. Yeah. You don't think he's going quietly? I see no evidence that he that he ever has gone quietly. All right when we come back.

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