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"kitty joe" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Derek Shelvin is responsible for George Lloyd staff. You will learn that on May 25th of 2020. Mr Derek shopping. Trade this band. But defense attorney Eric Nilsson, representing showman, said the case is more than just the tape of Floyd. Dying use of force is not attractive. It is a necessary component of police and he told jurors drugs were found in George Floyd system. The first witness was a police dispatcher followed by one of the eyewitness is Steve Futterman. CBS News will get an in depth. Look at the first day of that trial from ABC. Smart Crime Lord Headed 5 47 Right now More news with KFBK. He's Joe Michael's Kitty is more Sacramento area schools reopened for in person learning Regional Transit is working to keep up with changes in scheduling regular Artie, Sir. This won't be impacted and students can still ride. The bus is and light rail for free. But Archie also runs some special services for specific schools and districts. That's where they've got to keep pace with the reopening. We're working with our scheduling team to find out which routes we're going to bring back. We're looking at adjusting those times because we're hearing from the schools who worked directly with them. On how they're you know, they're they're time schedule is a little bit off what it was pre coded. And so we're working on taking a look at all those schedules? Artie's Jessica Gonzales says. They're in close contact with all the schools they serve and making sure they have enough resource is to get kids to and from school on time. Gonzalez also wants to reiterate that the free rides for students on regular Artie Service continues, and they prefer students to have a school idea or a free ride pass from Artie. But they say it's gonna be a little more leaning about that. For a while until kids Sam parents get back into a routine. The skyscraper sized cargo ship that's been jammed across the Suez Canal is finally free and traffic has resumed at one of the busiest trade routes in the world. CBS is Ian Lee has the latest from London for days, dredgers sucked up nearly a million cubic feet of sand and mud. Mother Nature also lent a hand with a full moon high tide, raising the canal's water level. Egyptian investigators are now looking into how this happened. The blockage created a traffic jam of nearly 400 ships carrying everything from crude oil and cattle to coffee and toilet paper. And there were some concerns that it was gonna four ships around the horn of Africa there where the pirate ships are, and that could have created some additional issues. And if you take a look at the Suez Canal in a map of the world, you can see just how important that critical little piece of water is. Freak accident in Del Norte County has left five Children without parents. We get the details from KFBK Sneak Emma Goss Why Rekha Couple, Jessica and Jake Woodruff were killed last Thursday after a large redwood tree fell on their car as they drove along Highway 1 99 while on an animal trip of the coast for Jessica's 45th birthday. Brandy Gonzalez from CH PS Crescent City Division says the tree from the East side uprooted and fell on their Honda accord and a very unfortunate and very unusual accident. And I've been on the department 19 years and I've not seen anything like this before. Jessica's cousin Rachel Lewis says. They set up the go fund me page to help support the five Woodruff Kid's gonna be a long home. We've got a great many years ahead of us to help support these kids. So thank you very much. The go fund me page has raised over $100,000 so far, Nick and wiggle his news. 93.1 calf Piquet posted a link to that go fund me page two kfbk dot com Kitty Joe that I agree with that spokesperson. We've been doing news together for decades. I don't know them when I've heard something as tragic and You know, it's described as a freak accident to have a tree fall on the car with seven people and killed the two parents. It's just And for us many times as I've driven through the redwoods, it's nothing that ever occurred to me as a possibility. Nothing on my radar. No, no, it's it's just horrific, anyway. Well, I'm glad people are donating. Yeah, thank you, Joe. Well, let's get you caught up in this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 case became a.
"kitty joe" Discussed on 600 WREC
"People. Glennbeck dot com. Million small businesses. Million local businesses. Have closed their doors forever. Million businesses. We start doing math and man, I went to the Philadelphia public school, so that's a challenge. But a million businesses. That means a million people right now means more than that. Because that that business it starts with an idea, and sometimes it's one person. Sometimes it's AH, It's a couple sometimes a couple of friends. It grows. And if it's done right when that When that business owner that local business owner the small business owners starts, they have their American dream realized they help other people achieve their American dream. In a couple of examples. Kathryn Hill. Owner of Miss Kitty's Lounge and Clovis, California. 2013. She opened up that neighborhood bar rent was paid on time every single month until well until the pandemic struck. August of 2000 and 19. She was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer. Underwent six months of chemotherapy 15 rounds of radiation a radical missed ectomy. She said her battle with cancer has been a tough journey. But she continues to fight. Continues to fight. Manage Miss Kitty's. Her bar was closed down by executive order. She has no income, She's not able to pay the rent. And despite the order to suspend evictions in California, her landlords of taking her to court she says she only has years left in her battle against cancer. But she's worried about the people who work it. Miss Kitty's Joe Crowley. Want to replace called breakaway. Little bit north of Boston. I know. I mean, I knew breakaway. Took this run down building. Turned it into a A real destination. Place live bands. My wife, who was Obsessed with music. I mean to a sick degree, but there's good people anyway. She's been to break away. He had a massive heart attack. He's in danger of losing everything. Dave Folds, the owner of Crony Sports Grill. The same sort.
"kitty joe" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Know, some of them won't reopen. The longer this goes on the higher the percentage of ones that won't reopen. Market overall today, a little bit lower NASDAQ down a lot lower despite the fact you had door dash, Very successful AIPO the stock price up over 80% on day one of trading. However, we still have no deal on stimulus and no deal across the pond on Brexit either, which will be a hard Brexit of nothing else happens at the end of this year. Dow Down 105 and 30,068 NASDAQ Down to 43 or 2%, the S and P Down 29 Points Gold off by 35 18 38 announced in your body will 380.94 All right, Thank you. And now exactly no county officials are preparing to establish a department that will focus specifically on the needs of women and girls Keep the case. Joe Michaels is live in studio with details. Kitty after a year of study and review, A blue ribbon commission, initiated by Supervisor Phil Circa is recommending the creation of a Sacramento County Women's Commission to serve as an advisory board that comes with Permanent commission to up the board really understand. Looking to the gender lens, women and girls here is that my county what is best for them and certainly as a male. I can't claim to understand that completely. I certainly contrive my best. But I think hearing in a formal setting from women, young women here in Sacramento County about their interests, and when it comes to public, Paul student in resource is is really gonna add that value that we want, Aaron said. Very chairs the blue ribbon Commission. She believes the women's commission will facilitate a coordination of efforts and serve as a clearing house for information. All of these issues are interconnected, the housing crisis and domestic violence and job skills and one night and so One of the things we've seen The covert crisis is that in trying to address issues for folks who are on house, there's also a role to play in supporting women who are on house because of domestic violence. And how do you connect these dogs? The commission will also help shape policy decisions. This is going to be particularly critical as we start to rebuild the economy after the covert crisis, you know. Women have been such a backbone of our economy and small business here in the Sacramento area. We have such a high level of women entrepreneurs, and it will be women in many ways who will help to get us back on track and services supervisors are now unanimously calling for a resolution to permanently established a Sacramento County Women's Commission. That resolution expected to be complete and voted on next week. Kidding. All right, Joe, Michael's there. Thank you. Now, let's find out what's coming up tomorrow morning on the KPK. Morning news. Kristina, Man, Danza and Sam Change Kitty Joe Biden says he would like to get students back in school within his 1st 100 days in office. And what about distance learning? How is that working? What a new study says We'll have a tomorrow Morning, kitty. All right, thanks. Guys. Just had the handoff from the KPK. Afternoon news to the Pat Walsh. Oh traffic and weather too long stories natural ending. On news 93.1 kpk live everywhere on the I Heart radio at news radio from California's.
"kitty joe" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"2nd through the seventh Without this way, officer and a gentleman. So there you go. And one more Charlie and the chocolate factory is December 28 through the A second of next January, Already ahead, So on sale New season tickets February 22nd, But you can get some gift certificates if you'd like to, maybe for holiday gift or something. So yeah, that's our Sacramento, Broadway. Broadway Sacramento so good for them. And how about this for some local news? Hello, Kitty. How are you? Former former co worker and longtime? Yes. Related by marriage. Happy birthday, young lady. Now I know it's been a couple of years. But I think I started working with you when you were like 12, and you've done pretty well. You've done great. And I just didn't want this day to go by without on honest and sincere, heartfelt, Happy birthday to you, Miss O'Neil. Happy birthday. Oh, and by the way, who's the president of China? 01 More question has cheap channel. Did they ever buy that news reader 5000 Oh, okay. That was a complete surprise to me. I had no idea that that was going to play because it's labeled something else. Tom Sullivan. He is a prankster, and so are you. Striker. Nah. Okay, let's find out what's coming in tomorrow morning. Cape came morning news with Christina Madonna and Sam Shane. Hey, Kitty. Joe Biden says he would like to get students back in school within his 1st 100 days in office. And what about distance learning? How is that working? What a new study says we'll have a tomorrow morning, kitty. All right, and the second region Now we're going into a lockdown here this week. We'll have the latest on Newsnight 3.1 kpk live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. Whatever the weather brings snow.
"kitty joe" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Having trouble remembering things and I think you know it was happening around the same time as my mother's dementia. So it was really. Felt connected to her but how is just like wow, I don't even know where I was yesterday and it would have been like just got back from India and on my way to Kansas City, and I couldn't I was like, where was I last week and so I just to wonder what was going on with my memory and I was making a film with a young woman in Afghanistan and the had almost completed when I showed it to her and she said Oh I can't I can't be in this film anymore it's too dangerous for my face to be seen in this film. Now, given the political context in Kabul and I just shocked me I was like what doing like how did I not realize that was coming in the making of this film and so it just felt like I had this world of blind spots and served to go back. To footage that sort of haunted me. I slowly started to accumulate the set of material that were my questions, my questions about humanity, my questions about the work and I wondered if I could put them all together in a film because you know there's so much span of time spectrum of places, different kinds of footage. But what united them all was that I had been there I had been there with a camera and had been there sort of questioning and searching and might encounter with making those images with the people there Stays with me I, am haunted and so it was like, okay. How do I go back into understanding what this is what this work is so we found a way to put it together without any voiceover so that you just experience in many ways as I experienced it with no narration. Was Making the movie or finishing the movie therapeutic for you. I think no question. I. Think basically because. In some ways, I could show a mere back to myself of how. I was how responsible I felt for all of it. You know and and You feel this when you're a camera person because you just you know sometimes you're there at the moment and you're you're infocus, send you and you you let like someone who has never you know like who who lives their own life but has like not has been ignored by the world and shouldn't have been ignored. You're just like your give your like you're pulling a hand through and they're reaching hand through and then they come into the world and they're they're visible where the world has made them invisible and. I love that I love that feeling and then sometimes you're just blowing you know you're like, oh, the lights terrible and something's wrong with the sound or there's a rabbit scratchy in the background and like there is in my house right now and and the footage is you know it has its defects and so as a camera person I wish we'd started filming earlier the. Light. was different or you know but that is your way of sort of struggling with the fact like you're not making it better. Right. In that moment you know that that traumatized person like you shared a moment with them yes. You've film them maybe someone else's GonNa Watch the film but like that things still happen to them they're still living with this thing that happened to them. Three decades ago that they still can't sleep at night and they're not gonNA another not GonNa Sleep again tonight, you know so that the feeling of. I would love to make this world different. And yet I am so inadequate that feeling you know I was going there so much and then with camera personnel realized like, yeah, and and also you know it's not all yours to do. In the movie you say that you don't have any footage of your mom before she was diagnosed with Alzheimer's and you said that filming her in that state felt like a betrayal. Can you explain what you meant by the? My mother was just this extraordinary woman with a lot of capacity. She was very fun. She was really interested in other people's welfare. She was really interested in aesthetics she cared about how she dressed. She cared a lot about what other people thought of her like in terms of her religious beliefs she was really trying to be a a a decent person. So if she was going to be seen or transformed into an image, she wanted it to be sharp and I knew that about her and She was anything but sharp in the images that I filmed of her she was confused she was wandering her closer sort of hanging off of her her haircuts not great and she's got that you know scared sometimes scared sometimes distant looking I and I know she would have hated that. That anyone that publicly and when I was showing camera person. I. Many people they were like it's it's so clear how much you love your mother and then I showed it at the Seattle. Film. Festival and you know in this film there's a woman named. Joanne. Tucker who we put her death on the on the screen, she's the woman who made the chocolate cake that nearly killed my dad. The first time gave him a heart attack and Joanne's daughter saw a camera person and she said that was not your mother in that movie. She said Kitty Joe would have hated this and I said Yeah and it just made me burst into tears because she knew my mom. Like nobody else had seen the film my mom. But like she knew it was a betrayal and it was. So. You worked on a film by Kathy liked or called here one day, which is about how after her mother suicide lecture moved into her mother's house and she surrounded by all their mothers possessions and there's a shot that you have in camera person where she's sitting on her mother's bed. Surrounded by all the stuff like these paper bags full of files and papers, and she just overwhelmed and she starts just. Throwing the stuff in the corner and she saying I'm sick of it. I'm sick of it. And then she crawls off the bed. And hides behind it. So you can't see her and she says something like, I totally don't want you to see me right now. But what do you do? I walk around the bed and I go and film her now you get the shot. Yeah. Well, you know Kathy lighter is just incredibly emotionally evolved person and she said to me in the making of this film that we spent nine years making together was you gotta go the places I'm afraid to go. And at the beginning of making that film Cathy could literally not say the word suicide. and by the end of it, you know she's just she's just remarkable her and her father and her brother talking and doing mental health work trying to de stigmatize the shame around suicide just an incredible progression of human experience So she had basically asked me she said even when I ask you not to do certain things, will you do them? Well. Let's take another break here. I'm speaking with Kirsten Johnson filmmaker and cinematographer her newest movies called. Dick Johnson is dead it comes out on Netflix.
"kitty joe" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"All in one kiddie O'Neill kfbk. Afternoon news on news 93.1 kfbk Now trending Let's head to the case. Okay. Newsroom Here is Brody Fernandez. Kitty. Joe Biden is joking about an online conspiracy, saying he will wear an ear piece. At tonight's presidential debate. He shared a photo on Twitter of headphones along with a container of ice cream, saying he's got his ear piece in his performance enhancing drugs ready for the debate tonight. Mainstream conservative outlets feel the theory earlier today by saying Biden had backed out of an ear inspection. Okay, it will have Ah, preview momentarily also trending a second. Oh County, YOLO County, Stanislas County, moving down from the purple tear to the red tear this afternoon, so restaurants allowed to reopen a 25% indoors. A movie theaters and church is open. A 25% also museums, zoos and aquariums. And also Disney laying off 28,000 employees because of the pandemic and the closure Well, we are moments away from what many say it could be the most watched debate in American history. I've got to take from K P. K's political analyst Gary Dietrich on that upcoming showdown between President Trump and Challenger Joe Biden. Gary just how much is riding on this? Do you think or is it just more? Dr Polisar. You watching it for information or for entertainment. What exactly is this about information and entertainment? Well, they're probably the best answer by most people boat. Here's the deal. I do believe first off, Let's go to the numbers. The polling now shows that a full three course three out of four registered voters say they're going to be listening or watching tonight. Such an astounding number and then comes of its consequences. What kind of weight it carries? I truly believe we could be, we could be looking at the most consequential debate. This historic Nixon Kennedy debate 1960. I mean, just in terms of its potential impact, people have been waiting, particularly in a year like this where Kobe has prevented so maney in person events so money in person interviews for these candidates. This is like the big show. This is what everybody has been waiting for, and I think it could have very significant consequences. Well, it's interesting kind of the last minute things. There's been some discussion about the Trump campaign, saying they want to sweep of in air devices. Is that anything new? You know, how do they get to take a drink of water? I mean, abiding campaign of the joke that formally the bike campaign, by the way, wanted breaks every 30 minutes. They made that request formally to the Trump campaign quickly said No. This has got a busted No argy. Give speaking that are longer than 90 minutes, And now we're good. That's literally what happened. Let me go to go back to what I think are likely to be the rial audience tonight. And people that might be impacted out of this, I think is really important. Yes, you No. No. Now going in about 13% of Those who say they're watched that there still are somewhat undecided. Alright, that's a significant number. But actually, a far more significant is not so much information about the candidates. What motivation, particularly for their base. Now, having worked on campaigns in what state of the presidential I can tell you on the presidential campaign I worked on We had a sizeable number of volunteers and even stand people who, after a very consequential debate really got deflated. Some even left. And so you are in these debates. I believe this year turnout, turnout turnout motivate your people that actually cast a ballot. I think that's going to be the biggest impact at tonight's debate. All right, K p. K's political analyst there. Gary Dietrich. Thankyou. Thankyou, Kitty. Okay, 5 50 Now.
"kitty joe" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Of water in an effort to flush the virus from your body, Kitty Joe Michaels reporting there. Thank you, 6 20 kfbk. Then we've got traffic and weather together for you. Now on this Friday night here, staining head. Thank you very much, And it's fried you by express pros dot com and on our freeways, he's cap city is clean. I mean, it's seven minutes from 15 88 going on at the Roseville nine minutes from their downtown L Grove south on I five. Well. I was 11 minutes just moments ago, However, we have an accident reported this is North down at the gym, the stripper Boulevard operator. I do see some slowing down there. So I assume it's the lookie lows. But anyway, watch out, and this is an injury accident, and it sounds like a big vehicle overturned off the shoulder down the embankment as well. So yeah, that's why people are gazing over to the other lanes. Downtown. L Grove, South Bound I 99 brothers 12 18 minute, Right, Tio Fulsome. He's about 15 16 minutes. The woodland North I 5 10 minutes. Westbound 80 downtown to Davis. Market calendars. Express employment professionals is once again hosting national interview day on August 6th. The special event supports hiring as businesses continue to reopen and business ramps back up. Apply online today visit express pros dot com slash interview day to find a location near you. Traffic on the tens every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Data has news 93.1 Can't be Kay. Tonight. You can expect clear skies will see ALOT tonight 55 to 59. Plenty of sunshine on tap for tomorrow. Tomorrow will be behind 94 to 98.
"kitty joe" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"KFBK. The GOP's Corona virus relief bill will be unveiled Monday, few days before the $600 unemployment boost expires. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, saying the bill includes more direct payments and focusing on those making less than 40,000 year. As the number of Corona virus cases continues to climb in California and across the country. We get a first hand account of what it feels like to be sick in bed with the virus and a message from the woman sharing her story. KP CASE Joe Michaels is live with details. Yet more than 435,000 Californians have now tested positive for Cove in 1985 100 in Sacramento County alone, where the seven day positivity rate has increased from 1.9% on June 15th. 8.3%. As of today in YOLO County, the health officer has issued mass isolation and quarantine orders for anyone who's tested positive or been in close contact with someone who's tested positive for the novel Corona virus. As the pandemic goes on, Mohr and more people could now say they know someone who's tested positive. I do sort of many of my friends today we share the story of Kathleen burst sick, a registered nurse that blessing hospital in Quincy, Illinois. She contract it covered 19 last week. My symptoms came on a rather fast on Thursday, but 1 30 my throat started not feeling right. Not really sore, but A pressure hard pressure. Feeling around it, and I don't know about a now or later I felt like I was getting a fever at around two o'clock I took my temperature was 99.4. No big deal. But like an hour later, I started I just kept really worse. Feverish, worse and worse, and by five o'clock that same day, my temperature was 102.4. By that time, it felt like My head. Is being split open by advice. Having just been tested for the virus. She waited in bed to hear the news that didn't come as a surprise. I got the call, I think was around eight or 8 30 that night that by test was positive. I bawled like a baby, but I already knew it was positive. There's something to know Tio here that result exit really the fear in her eyes and tears running down her cheeks in a Facebook video she posted earlier this week in stark contrast to the exhilaration and joy on the accomplished skydivers face in photos where she's flying through the air before pulling a ripcord. The crazy smile for the camera, She clings to a plane wing thousands of feet above a patchwork of Midwest farm land. It's that spirit That's helping the 56 year old through some of the hardest days of her life. The fact is on the fighter, and I'm going to beat this thing. This thing. Before turning off her camera to take yet another nap. The longtime medical professional offers a thought during what's being described as a critical time in terms of mitigating the deadly virus. Now is the time to be responsible. Now is the time to wash your hands to wear a mask. Nobody is saying that you can't go and do the things we want to do. What we're saying is that was the time to do it wisely and protect those people You love now in her ninth day of battling Cove in 19 Verse six, says she's feeling much better is if she's turning a corner. She's sharing her story to urge preventative measures and to encourage other Corona virus patients to stay strong to keep treating the symptoms and to go to the E R if having any signs of respiratory distress. She also suggests drinking lots of water in an effort to flush the virus from your body, Kitty Joe Michaels reporting there. Thank you, 6 20 kfbk. Then we've got traffic.
"kitty joe" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Recorded. Now trending on news, 93.1 kfbk statue of Spanish missionary father Junipero Serra no longer standing in Capital Park. It was torn down by protesters on Saturday. Meantime, bishop behind me, Soto has released a statement on the tearing down of the statue, he says there's no question the California's indigenous people endured great suffering during the colonial period and then later faced The horror of government sanctioned genocide under the state of California. The legacies heartbreaking yet it is also true that while father Sarah worked under this colonial system, he denounced its evils and worked to protect the dignity of native peoples. That's the response from Bishop Jaime Soto on the tearing down of the statue of Father Sarah. In capital part it's 5 47 now and KFBK. More more Californians being tested positive for the novel Corona Virus. Cape Keystone Michael's in Studio Live. A look at the situation in the Sacramento region Kitty. Almost 4400 people have now tested positive for covert 19 in Sacramento County, including several 100 confirmed over the holiday weekend. The vast majority of those cases are in people 40 and younger, so they tend to be a bit healthier, which is why Not had that many deaths, but the same time they are also more likely to be asymptomatic to be without symptoms, So we want to make sure we have enough testing of them available so that we can find them before they become what are called super spreaders. Public Health Services director Dr Peter Beilenson says five more deaths in Sacramento County are being attributed to the novel Corona virus, and we're seeing a significant increase in hospitalizations in I C u patients from a total about a month or so ago of eight hospitalizations, two of which were in the I C U to 100 48 hospitalizations, 41 of whom are in the I C U Dr Beilenson says that's putting an increased focus on again bending the curve, even though for the moment the county is prepared for a potential surgeon cases. We have 90 beds, additional for icy use search capacity beds, which are the ones that are reserved for Serge. We have all 803 still held in the bands and ventilators. We have 520 of the 656 In the county are still available. The former sleep train arena is still set up for potential overflow, and dozens of state issued trailers are still available at Cal Expo. Should the virus invade the capital city's homeless population were working with the city to make sure they're available for people who are homeless who tested positive. There are very few of those folks, but that is available and, as are the motel rooms for those who are high risk for covert among the homeless people. Meanwhile, YOLO County is dealing with a covert 19 outbreak at the Alderson Convalescent Hospital in Woodland. We had 10 confirmed cases there. So far, six are residents and for our staff that we have no death at this time. YOLO County's Jenny Tan says. That's out of about 150 residents and staff who were tested last week. We've isolated those that were confirmed cases and given them like dedicated staff so that the staff are solely helping or serving those that are isolated. We also have the staff. I'll take temperature checks. At the beginning of all of their shift. Visitors were being restricted at the facility until further notice, and a phone line is being set up for families of residents. Family members are asked to either maybe call into this phone line or if they're left. One has a cell phone or a way that they can contact them that they can go ahead and do it that way, But the facility is trying to limit As much faith to faith or visit interactions as possible. While much of the attention when they comes to protecting Californians from a novel Corona virus has been focused on seniors and those with underlying health conditions. Dr. Beilenson says. The two priorities air now those who are covert 19 positive patients who are really sick and those under the age of 40 they are more likely to be asymptomatic not to have symptoms. But they are also therefore more likely to be called super spreaders because they still shed the virus, even though they don't have symptoms. Dr Beilenson says. It's important. They're tested so that those with a novel Corona virus could be identified. Kitty Joe Michael's Thank you Traffic.
"kitty joe" Discussed on Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals
"Guests in fact the folks forward on the podcast. It's myself my co-founder and Jochen Villa. In Casey Erickson and together they went to business school. Shoot Ogden the website is not doctored. UK We should spelled W. U. S. H.. And these two people. We've actually done work. Whoa them all come through? But they teach and move of traditional Chinese martial art form said Taichi Comfort. Chinese kickboxing children's Children's comfort on the dude is primarily of south London Brixton at Twickenham south west London ever really interesting conversation with around and what Chinese martial arts are benefits. You get for it both physically mentally talk a bit about the mind body connection we talk about the physicality of it now at community commute fantastic for children for example when we talk about the discipline around martial arts commission if you want to connect with on the Katie all Joe Shula will try it in that causes the first house. Free that you can do that by game. Select side wishing under dot k. k.. You'll find the link in the show notes. Navon then contact details in the show notes as well and connects or follow these guys so you can find the station. We Index on our website. We interesting people on it was a good conversation so conjoined this as much as I take according Gioja Kitty Joe Show obviously shirt and King Williams says Newsday. What scares out? It's not right now. Kerr with cave. Yes other really very creative energy this time of year on this day south of maybe some higher versus buffs people come into the new year. They have of news stores energy offer. It's about fitness about. Resolutions are not taking behind that but listening pops thinking about new ways they they can explore fitness welby huge topic for people this a lot of interest in well-being up I have a better year after my wellbeing and author requirements cutlass. Have you guys on it. You talk about martial arts try. Give people some ideas around. What does it if it is pretty emotional Montenegro? Seger take your people to talk about but firstly associated setting the scene Qana Snia introduces plus about what you do minds. It's certainly different issues so I started my story who relate to so people feel. Marley is it is. I started ups when financed. No second child was about one thousand. Oh absolutely exhausted and needed to move dynamically again so actually started with Taichi. which was an I stem? two-way of themes teams martial-arts. Just a slap touchy touchy is slow moving martial art. That focuses on relaxation. Breath were stability leg strength so it's an ideal way to start if you haven't exercised for a while so I stopped that then I remember I used to watch the comfy class straight afterwards and get sutton jealous and eventually about three months or something later who months. Later I've stayed for my first country class that just built from that. I swear to built into a coup accents. I need I teach exchange. They both of your business will the website as we she. She'll teach should Brixton and took an hour amity classes together both teach in court ways ways we have different force as so it works very well as team for us but for your kids is definitely tailoring orientated on Bigger picture and my reteach close. Call your balance between tables welcoming secrecy conceivable Jerry. You're going through hell. I don't believe so we will also co teach you get from ourselves was it provides a show about welby. Yeah Yeah I mean I am somebody who is liked movement so it gives me focused movement. It also caught seventeen out what you're practicing martial arts based mostly an I subscribe remodeling Patrick about me. So it's a Bible to connect. Ah you're thinking about what y'all doing time how your body is moving. There's another breath work volt which is really good all centrally intention. So yeah if I came into clouds feeling slightly crotty ways come out feeling lifted and relaxed and so assessable. That's what it is like Marshall as well. I really enjoyed that like to play fighting on the mind body connection. That's an estimate judge so I started dancing when I was eight years. Old House. Come introduction to movement and and from there I decided I didn't really like forming a much so I thought what kind do that isn't performance based but it still gives me that in that sense of kind of release and freedom of movement gives me and so I thought doing awesome awesome about twelve years old. I'll still daunting at his home. I don't think most sixteen because I decided I'm GonNa take a professional so I I stopped with martial arts and I love martial arts because it felt like more purpose to it then don't to me personally opposed to. It has the history behind the had the ability to use combativity fights. which is what I do so now I compete professionally as a professional Pfizer as well as teaching it? Just it has everything. I wanted an a movement based discipline which was continuation for dancing especially the food because it's called for a few flowering movements which translates quite well from the dawn's but then supply them. Use them is kind of pro life for me and so you have to say so connection between mind body yes in a way. I do me indifferent because I've grown up doing so for didn't Paul Somebody's life. It's from Pufus so because I'm a young. Relatively the young man is allow me to express my aggression fighting. I'm an teenager. It stopped me from getting too much trouble. Because allow me to express in an the Damian disciplining gave me on structure and now as I have a career and I continue to find virtually it gives us ability of a career. It gives me that outlet passion as well all through my competing allows me to express them and I might get older as my train changes as you know as as as it needs to I'll be able to maintain it because I can change the way trained within the nausea. It's not like sprinting or other competitive sports where you have to. He's against a team of thirty. You can make an individual individual process. We show that Jesse today suspicion that you can age with yes so I do the sport so I do. Something called sand are which is Chinese kickboxing which ages basically kickboxing to the punch kicking. One kickboxing with a takedown traditional comfort. That is a small. It's you know you win medals. He goes competitions. The pure kind of is also rational. Must in turn it into a school specific. uh-huh so you call him over practice on our fall certain team comfy or cool it not. That's an issue I think is an chain twenty. That's the way my mind to listen. Agree that completely but it also depends what you want surf. You want to be able to practice combativity campus capacity. And if you want to practice in the movie no jealousy you counsel practicing Muslim so by the outcome me want as a practitioner. Rather than whether it's a sport it's not tainted by Martial arts in itself a huge array of things and then you can pick and choose depending on who you are or point of your last year in the teach you fines and you can decide how you want to take from their core. Follow the second. We know you both mentioned fighting. Play fighting context. I WANNA follow combat. I anti into the body shook I found you took up. Casey was your job. She s she. Also what you get from it so for me. It's very much about longevity and health so I used to practice yoga and unfortunately personally really didn't provide me with what I needed to get from it. I focus on myself moving. My Body just went aspects just concentration and it. It's just the classes are full very very full about forty people. Sometimes in the classes down here it can be very competitive. I know it's not in the spirit of yoga tool to be competitive but some classes are more competitive than others and even tried to just focus on myself. You know trends. uh-huh what's going on around you and I just could not really relate to some. That's just I'm not rushing tool. It's just my personal experience with some of some Yogi teachers out there. I need a connection with a yoga teacher. I need a connection with the person who teaches yoga and sometimes you know no disrespect to younger people but sometimes twenty five off twenty five thirty years old and I can't really. I can't really connect with them because they're too young for me. However with with Kung-fu I've found founded? Yes it's physical so as you said you know you can take out of it whatever you want you. Can you know. There's a very physical side like the squats the humane uh-huh funniest funny press up things cooling around the floor and it's very physical in that regard but equally just your movement your hands. Ah Almost you know my McRae block. You know fluffy hands has to be like really focus on size. It's quite precise if you want to do it. So so you focus on it and what I like is val because what I didn't realize at the beginning is you are so the class that I'm going to go to now about fifteen people may be in the room and we all move in the same in the direction for backwards and that sort of stuff as you know and I understood why you're doing this. I was told the Nitra disease. Just to tune into your sensitive. So you know what's happening in front of you behind you and cy Assad of you right left so that kind of strengthening the sense is that you.
"kitty joe" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Media at the Thomas guide to his podcast we've been promoting everybody else's podcasts mornings when I Johns the Thomas guide to and you can find out almost everywhere and don't forget to the tea guide dot com is the website social at the Thomas guide and just look at John Thomas John Thomas partners that works of which there are none it's me you're very bipolar all right so John as always with the politics out we're not gonna go into the politics maybe we will what's going on with the Syria thing because I I think it's pretty clear cut the president is not winning this one with anybody other than his the people who can do anything to but let's all or anything for but let's talk about the the the other end of the more interesting part of of the political world was going on with the Democrats and that a see and you'll Hobb do I have that right you are a lot of the lawn we are yeah whatever name is hi is they've endorsed Bernie Sanders what right at me well it's significant for a few reasons but it's I don't think it is actually significant for the reason that people are talking about people are framing it saying is is breathing life back into Bernie Sanders campaign he was on the Fritz he still is on the Fritz health wise but there's a will this reinvigorate his campaign I got news for people in a going to happen he's not going to be the nominee just because he's stealing oldies not new and fresh but he is going to have money to go the distance this endorsement doesn't change anything for Bernie but it changes everything in my opinion for Elizabeth Warren because what he did in a in a in a moment and it wasn't the intention avail see in the squad to help ward but it's allowing Warren two weeks to appear less extreme and less liberal by association because the squad who were the standard bearers of the far left in the Democratic Party have chosen the extreme left person remember Elizabeth Warren doesn't need to continue to make the case to her progressive base that she's progressive right he's got up there like in what she selling she has to now expand the tent to African Americans and more moderate mainstream Democrat she's not to win them all she got a win some so this might just be her which she can say by extension look he's the far left one so the more common sense is the warring camp jumping up and down on this one absolutely that's what I've heard internally about a super excited about it and and her fundamental challenge is she's got to figure out how to get African American support she's not doing well with that block but she's the other thing that was fast sales watch the other night in the debate bill is that everybody on that stage agreed what I've been saying on this show for months which is Elizabeth Warren is the official front runner you saw that because they all started attacking her and rule number one in politics is you never attacked out so you you Biden is saying they're cold front runners whatever that means they're not call front runners Elizabeth is number one in in in the polls in she's likely to keep checking on the other key thing that nobody's talking about bill it came out of the debate night was not what happened on the stage what was released after the debate which were the campaign finance reports so it's we're all the campaigns of the end of court after show what they have Joe Biden's cash on hand which is we can talk about how much money you raise that's impressive but you could spend if you're spending too fast it's about what you have left in the Kitty Joe Biden only had seven million left cash on hand by extension was with Warren had almost twenty two million cash on hand the judge has any twenty five million cash on hand seven million I know it sounds like a lot of presidential level he's gonna smokes just just curiosity not that it matters but does the trump campaign itself how much money does that half or doesn't even matter hi guys it's all are in C. money it's it's all of her a lot there are loads of pots of money and and also when the R. and see an end to the DNC are touting their quarterly numbers they actually are spending obscene amounts of money to collect so often times are spending two or three dollars to collect one dollar so that they can report we raised X. amount even other expenses are higher even with that said the president is a fundraising animal not just with small donors but with big traditional donors I believe the president combined are in C. as well as president's reelect and his super PAC I think they're sitting on somewhere like for five hundred million on believable unbelievable answer one man that's right I mean look trump's going to get to probably three to five billion ton believe art of amber here's the problem by this guy yes he's he's going broke you can change that but it's likely not to change for Biden because debate performances are there to win in stews your traditional donors as well as make a moment so you can have your small donor program reinvigorated by and by and large disappeared that night so that means that his trip as the small donors are going to dig deep and re up right and it meets the traditional donors have already been slowing down because traditional donors only care about one thing I knew that who's going to win and so when do they start both buckets of money are now choked off so even if Biden we can argue about is lane and his message and that's where the but if you don't have money to do it bill it gets you get choked out right we take a break come back and talk impeachment the politics of impeachment coming up and also why your chance to win some money when we come back all right Jeffrey a man with a history of gang activity has been convicted of a hate crime for sucker punching a black man at whole foods in Laguna beach yes the DA's office says in June the man walked up to the worker from behind got his attention.
"kitty joe" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And probably the country is required to have backup generators and we took those generators regularly emergency manager Christina Spurgeon says in the case of an outage those generators will come on line and power essential areas of the hospitals that includes procedural areas emergency inpatient rooms in the refrigeration areas were medicines are stored we are known as the place of refuge during power outages and so we like to remind people that regardless of the status we are going to be in and available to take care of our community officials with Sutter health right to say they're in communication with PGA any regarding potential power shut off plants and are preparing to minimize potential impacts and keep their patients connected to care as well Kitty Joe thank you well today we are wondering what you think about the planned by P. Jeannie to shut off the power to as a hundred thousand or so homes and businesses thank you governor need some for making California there are one country I find it really interesting that nobody points out the fact that the top management of P. Jeannie all got bonuses all make over someone make five million in the millions a year other top representatives in San Francisco that work for P. Ginny and that most of the P. Ginny that gets paid or a lot of in California is are subsidized by the taxpayers so just some samples there one and let us know what you think about the plan P. G. N. E. power outages you can do it on your smartphone just dial pound two fifty say open Mike and we may use that on the air like we've done with these again as dial pound two fifty on your smartphone and just say open Mike a hand it's five thirty five let's get you caught up on all this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one KFBK well now it's not a choice sounds Democrats.
"kitty joe" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Well, anyway, long story show it the man is one of my favorite fighters, but he's not really making a comeback. This. What are you doing? He's being very selective, very careful and have a lot of respect for the brother man spirit and how he fight he's he's purist. When it comes to sport. But hopefully, he's only gonna hang around for another one two years, and they call it the day 'cause the brother is definitely a blessing to the sport. And that's really the only fight. I want to pay attention to and Jacobs will be an ELO which will start one of boxing's greatest trilogy house. By decision on knockout. I I you know, what next. I don't know. I'm so disillusioned with boxing and all the politics. I didn't feel feel the brothers gonna win. 'cause it's his time after the miracle man in his time. So, but I want to thank all these grown men who used nicknames. Comenius called me out. All that. Call me old. Thank you. Nicknamed brother Choi's, my real name joys. My a choice. Every. No, no, no. No. No, no, no, no look on your page right now. And tell me what name is on your pay, toy Graham. Thank you. Thank you, Kramer, ain't no damn Camry. I'm talking about when you're used to pay to says, Troy Graham when you every time, you're drifting meetings. Truly, correct. I may because. Yeah, you tell me to call you. Thank you. Thank you. We won't. We won't. A maiden name Camden. Because when I didn't you ask me my name and Troy, correct? And. Oh, I I don't mean nickname. Oh, sing take is. Thank you for all the cold. I mean, thank you. I mean, maybe when they grow the hill up and use your real name stop hiding, but you know. Hey. Man. I'm pretty sure that this is going to come to Baltimore if a if a boy fights here tank, so I'll be. Do it. Hutu anyway, man. I don't even know who supposed to fight. But I have a feeling that's going to lead to a bigger fight in Nashville end up coming here. We sit down every nice Cup of tea or take, you know, to win have some jerk chicken or something for talk like, man. I'm gonna say over phone. Oh, yeah. We definitely will meet. Got a jerk chicken spot in DC. We definitely don't meet up for that. I need some of that. Let me see we got. We're gonna go to anybody on booming trying to get back on texted the damn? He said what? I mean, the the production check. Right. We Brandon in Cincinnati. Oh, K flabbier. Let me let me go ahead and put the oil. That's where you're going to talk about. We ain't got a guy say the Queen. God. What's going on with tell ya TV? Forever. Let those city reviewed heated. Go to church like the cooking and Murata parking. Go watch kitty, Joe those painful Sunday on weed grown here. You don't hear cousin you go here? You know, some, you know, and we mean girls, so. This is the Bobby. Right. I got my wife from Ligo with you. Heavy and for Robert tackle. Hi, yo. I wanna apologize for that garbage. Actually was terrible man that was like some of the worship every teen in my life behalf of our show here. Rob your your apology. Good. Thank you. Yeah. I heard my they need to move with the war forty that say, no brooking our movie program. Josh taylor. Killing their nanny ear fled attend. Go. At one thirty yard Augusta. He don't get eighty to stay where yet they try to get back from Komi beat come you already. Tried get rematch with coming. It shouldn't catch move up at one forty two forty seven. Pretty good, man. You know? The next two four shoot off graphs, and that could good pricing. Eddie heard Carlos. Their car with me, you know, he might be on the and might not be getting the name the sexy names over there. But he couldn't be a fight fish shit. So..
"kitty joe" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And then like you like also just going through that process while you're working on a campaign like that must have been kind of challenging. Yeah. And I went through three cycles to do that. Says it's awful. Yeah. It's not fun. But for me it felt like it was an empowering choice that I could make because it for me. It was about preserving choices for the future and the most important choices for the future, which I still may need to draw on those eggs. How did you explain that to like the twenty year old staffer like don't like I was behind the open about it? You know, the senior staff new, and it was just what I was going through. We also the Obama world like we're pretty close knit group of people and a lot of these are folks had been working with for years. So I was just I mean, I tend to be fairly open person. And just said, hey, I'm freezing my eggs. I gotta go to the doctor's appointment today. The split is just a reminder. You're listening to political breakdown from public radio. I'm Scott Shafer with MAURICE log house, we're talking with assemblywoman Buffy wicks. But let me ask you about your name Buffy. It's my real name. That's your real name was a plus or minus on the campaign. You know, it's a little bit of a double edged sword of just in life. Yeah. There are some moments really look in the mirror. I'm like your name is Buffy. Right. But at the same time, I sort of believe you kind of have to like grow personality when you like have that kind of name. It's like the song a boy named sue. He just had to kind of own. So my my an aunt that I never met. She was killed in a car accident. When my dad was little her name was kitty Joe, and my first name is actually Buffy Joe, and they really liked they wanted to kind of give an ode to her. So they liked the name Buffy. So they added Buffy Joe, which is why my daughter's name is Josephine. So there's a little through laying there on the Joe, but they liked it. They thought it my parents. They wanted me to be different a little do. They know what they're getting themselves. So no one called you BJ. No one called me BJ. Now, scott. Radio. So. We are jumping around a little bit here. But I do want to ask you because you were in the White House or in the administration like when the pass, correct? Affordable Care Act and. Scott's question here is why did the White House do such a terrible job of. Perception, right. Yeah. I mean, and you're in the office of public engagement rings. So it was kind of like in hindsight. I guess do you have like if you could go back. You know, what do you think there was a way to do that differently? Are you talking about actually selling the Bill or the implementation selling the law? Yeah. I mean, I certainly think there's problems with implementation, which we all right? Exactly. I mean, we kinda got out of the gate rough. And I wasn't in the immigration that time. But I was you know, a news everyone else. Right. Yeah. So I think there there were obviously challenges around that, you know, it's like now super popular. I mean, I always thought that was because the benefits didn't really took a while for people to feel the benefits whereas they felt the mandate right away. Right. Right. Downsides. It just it just did take awhile. And these things do take awhile. And the implementation is always like the tough part. Right. You can kind of put out a thousand great ideas, you can pass bills. But then like actually where the rubber meets the road is the is the hard part, but it has proven to have worked for millions of people across this country. Also wonder like it's sort of like you see those statistics how like Nancy Pelosi stupor unpopular when she's running for office. But when she's governing she's fine. Like it's easier. It's easier to memorialize somebody or something when it's in the past, right? And they're still by the way is a lot of work that needs to be done, and we have to build on that. Yeah. But interesting too that a lot of these Republican deep red states are now expanding Medicaid. They don't wanna leave all that money on the table. That's exactly right thing to do. All right. Well, let's talk about assembly, right? Yes. Yeah. I actually have a question about that. So I wanna see about race. You ran for this seat. And you were replacing Tony Thurmond African American Iran and one became the school chief and your blonde white girl. Right. Yeah. So how did that play out in the race? How did you deal with it? How did you think about it going into the campaign, and what did you have to deal with during the campaign? I think for me what I think voters want most of all is they want someone who's authentic and who's real and who's going to, you know, not try to hide the ball and stuff. And so I think that's the most important thing for candidates across the board, and especially the voters now, and you look at younger voters in particular, they really want. And so for me, I tried to embody that in my campaign through the house parties through the engagement online. I did a lot of video content. And I do think I had a barrier to overcome in terms of like, I mean, my name is Buffy. Right. I mean, it's like it couldn't get more sort of like scripted if I tried right? So I think I had to be very real about that kind of stuff and just speak from the heart on the things that I cared about. And that that's what I think is really really important out these presidential candidates in two thousand twenty decide to do as well when you entered the race. Did you think or know that you would be painted as this sort of establishment because for our readers or listeners outside of the barrier? Maybe like I mean, this is a very liberal district that includes Berkeley and parts of Oakland Richmond. But it's also like I mean, only in the bay area would you coming from Obama be sort of the show for like the big corporations developers. Totally. I mean, I got called this the corporate dam and all these sorts of things, right? And I still have a lot of money, right? I still haven't taken any corporate money. So, but you know, it is what it is. You know, I think part of it is I I came on a little out of left field. You know, I I get that. Am I hadn't come from local elected office? I think almost all of my opponents had right? So I understand that you know, I did raise a lot of money. I leveraged every single relationship. I've had in politics for the last twenty years to raise the money that you need to compete. And so I did. And then I also leverage relationships for endorsements. You know? Obama. Right. Exactly, you know. But I also up getting like eight of the ten mayors in the district, and you know, but for me, that's why it was very important because all those things sound nice. And all, but if you're not in the community talking with voters listening to voters asking what they care about where they're out on stuff that none of that other stuff matters. And that's why for me the house. Parties are really important. We also knocked on one hundred fifteen thousand doors in the race. And so those person to person contacts are really really really critical. Did you what did you like text Obama like how do you get that endorsement? I'm guessing not. I did not text. The I know. I don't I don't have that level of a connectivity to him. But but in just to go back to the other question, I think that the bay area's sort of fifty shades of blue, right? And I got sort of pigeonholed as that. But if you look at my track record, it's like antiwar geyser worked for Howard Dean worked in the labor movement. You know? And so now, I think you know, and I know that there are voters in the district who probably weren't pleased with the fact that I won. But you know, I they are my constituents now, and they will hold me accountable. And I'm excited to do progressive things with them one of the positions. You took which I think was unique. Among all those candidates. Was you came out as Gavin Newsom, Dan, John Cox, one of the few things they agreed on was against prop expanding right control. How much grief did you take for that? I mean that was a tough position to take a now, and it was hard for me. Because emotionally like, you know, I see in my district the impacts of what's happening in terms of our housing crisis and people losing their place and rents going up significantly. But I didn't feel like that was the right solution to the problem, and I will say what I'm doing now, which I said on the campaign trail sphere out. What are the reforms? We can do what are the other tenant protection things that we can do. And that's a lot of the legislative work that I've been working on next. I do think are. Protections. Do you think that there's like political will after the counting ten got for any of those changes because the real estate industry's been pretty good at the state level and always of beating back. I mean, we are in a housing crisis. And so this is what I appreciated about the the pro prop ten people is people are angry, and they're frustrated, and you I see it and feel it and people feel it and see it all the time. And so we have to take that energy and found the writer. I wonder about men half left. You spent time for Obama in Missouri. Date which almost one Trump country now deep red, and I'm just what do you think looking ahead to twenty twenty what kind of person, do you think Kratz need to nominate it goes back to what I said earlier authenticity. I mean, I think people are allergic to like talking point candidate. And so the candidates that have that kind of authentically that are that are speaking really from the heart on what they believe are the ones that I think are going to are going to succeed and be successful. You put at the top of this far. I realize it's early. I have a bias. If come layers decides. Yeah. Exactly. She's my girl. So I think she has those she has all that. I think she's authentic and smarten, but it's tough sometimes to like putting yourself out there. Right. Because you don't often get rewarded for candidate. It's tough. But if you're not being candid and being truthful about who you are. Then why are you doing it? You know, even if you do have to take tough positions on things. What I learned in the races. I can't be all things to all people. And I'm never going to be enough. I'm trying to be all things to all people. Then I'm going to be a bad elected official. You know? And so I think that that rings true if you're running for school board or if you're running for president United States. All right. We're going to have to wrap it up here anymore water polo fast. You guys are great. Let's doing this. Back to the pool. Dumbly woman Buffy Wexford coming in. Thanks, guys. Thanks for to.
"kitty joe" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"I did not like the cincinnati bengals taking receiver number nine i would not have done that as a patriots fan as excited they did that because i'm always scared of the other sees teams are and see teams at the pick the move that i didn't like as pat's fan as somebody who's you know who wants a six super bowl wants a once in eighth trip to the show eighth or ninth eighth kenyan keep track that's great it is to be patriots fan i have no kitty joe i can remember how many superbowls we've been seven eight who knows spent so many i can't keep track added liked that the texans guy watson i think he has a chance to be special i don't know if he will be but as you documented extensively on the ring earn in your pocket acetate gm street all the intangibles are there he is found a knack for every time somebody says he's not ready to start yet he starting even going back to ninth grade he's going huge games he dominated in alabama defense that probably is going to have what six guys in the top two rounds and as you said culture changer huge balls somebody that is going to give them a confidence that they had the opposite of last year and that's a team with a ton of talent that was the best defense the patriots played in the playoffs last year and it didn't have jj what he's coming back wydra us while or two watson is a huge upgrade not to mention some of their other draft picks the did lose aj buoy but i.