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'Frasier' is back in the building: Kelsey Grammer to star in streaming revival

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:48 sec | 11 hrs ago

'Frasier' is back in the building: Kelsey Grammer to star in streaming revival

"Blues. The actor Kelsey Grammer is confirmed as returning to his role. As the Seattle psychiatrist turned radio host. The revival will launch on Paramount Plus, which is the rebranding of CBS, Viacom, CBS all access. The actor had been leading the efforts to revive the series, which originally ran for 11 seasons between 1993 in 2004 on NBC. The Streamer didn't reveal anyone else that might be on board. The show, which also start David Hyde Pierce team leaves, Peri Gilpin and the late John

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Gov. Abbott pledges ‘overhaul’ at ERCOT and stabilization of Texas power grid

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:45 sec | 11 hrs ago

Gov. Abbott pledges ‘overhaul’ at ERCOT and stabilization of Texas power grid

"Of Texas vowing to overhaul the state's electric grid operator after days of extreme winter weather crippled power for million's no power meant no heat and in some cases, no water for days. Governor Greg Abbott says the manager of power in the state came up way short. Cut repeatedly assured the state and the public. ERCOT was prepared. Those assurances turned out. To be false. He blamed power suppliers of all sources, but also said it was outrageous. That electric operator sent sky high utility bills to customers because demand soared. The state is Already investigating multiple electric providers about these spikes, But utility companies have said they're just following orders from utility regulators.

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Single dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine is 66% effective, say U.S. regulators

KOGO's Evening News

00:37 sec | 21 hrs ago

Single dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine is 66% effective, say U.S. regulators

"Vaccine, the one from Johnson and Johnson. Could be out for US approval as soon as Friday. The Food and Drug Administration's report says Johnson and Johnson's vaccine is about 66%, effective at preventing moderate to severe covert 19 on advisory committee meets Friday to debate whether it's strong enough to recommend it and the FDA is expected to make a final decision after that. If it's cleared, it won't mean a huge boost to vaccine supplies right away. Only a few million doses are expected to be ready for shipping in the first week. The Johnson and Johnson vaccine requires just one dose and can be stored at normal refrigeration temperatures for three months. Let's try and J

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"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:41 min | 2 d ago

"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"600 Kogo Tamayo report Today at three on news Radio 600 Kogo, This is San Diego's Morning news. Good morning. It is Tuesday. It is 8 10. For a Tuesday. It's kind of pretty a major corporations, employee training catching fire for well. We'll see. OK, real time traffic right now with Kevin Dean. Hey, nor final 15. We got the brake lights coming on behind this earlier accident getting right up towards the 1 63 still heavy back towards Balboa. The accident's been clear with the brake lights. They're a little bit slow to clear. In fact, you're gonna see a little bit of a slow down past arrow drive, and then it hard on the brake pedal. As you get closer to the 1 63 emerged about 85. That's heavy about go all the way. The highway 52 just the usual slow down there kind of a late rush hour here. North out on that 15 again in Escondido, making the transition of the 78 go into the West. Heavy all the way up towards nordle from the helpful San Diego Honda dealers. Traffic Center. Great. Try A, however, coming down that coastline and the South Bay looks okay. Little bit of a slow down the porter checkpoint. Yes. Still an hour and 15 minutes late on our planet Sanusi Dro. So quite a delay there. This report sponsored by the Buck Sexton show podcast, the podcast family I heart radio app and apple podcasts. Please tune in every day for the latest on politics, national security and culture From a former CIA officer's perspective the Buck Sexton podcast. Listen, wherever you listen to podcasts. Coco's next real time Traffic update a 20. Little bit cooler and sunny today some low clouds and patchy fog. Maybe tonight into tomorrow morning And then tomorrow night into Thursday, some moderate Santa Ana winds developing today's high on.

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Wife of drug kingpin "El Chapo" arrested on U.S. drug charges

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:30 sec | 2 d ago

Wife of drug kingpin "El Chapo" arrested on U.S. drug charges

"Kingpin Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, was arrested today at Dulles International Airport in D. C on international drug trafficking charges. His 31 year old wife, Emma, is a dual citizen of the U. S. And Mexico accused of helping her husband escaped the Mexican president 2015. He was sentenced to life behind bars in 2019, his Sinaloa cartel was responsible for smuggling mountains of cocaine and other drugs into the U. S during his 25 year reign. And the

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Stevie Wonder is moving to Ghana

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:29 sec | 3 d ago

Stevie Wonder is moving to Ghana

"Says he's moving to Ghana, the award winning singer side of the political turmoil in the US in an interview with Oprah It's an Oprah Winfrey, but I just thought that everybody would know Wonder said that he doesn't want to see his great grandchildren have to say Please like me, please respect me. Please know that I'm important. It's not the first time the iconic performer has considered moving to Ghana in 1994, he said, there was more of a sense of community there than in America.

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Texas Senator Ted Cruz flew to Cancun, Mexico, amid weather crisis

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:33 sec | 5 d ago

Texas Senator Ted Cruz flew to Cancun, Mexico, amid weather crisis

"After insisting he was only dropping off his daughter and Cancun, Mexico, and did not attend to stay Texas Senator Ted Cruz today admitting that he had planned on staying the weekend and that it was a mistake to travel during the ongoing winter storm crisis in Texas. Leaving when so many Texans were hurting, didn't feel right. And so I I changed my return flight and flew back on the first available flight. I could take his trip there and back ignited a firestorm of criticism, and Senator Cruz says it's unfortunate that became a distraction the suffering of

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Foo Fighters Cover The Bee Gees' “You Should Be Dancing”

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:35 sec | 6 d ago

Foo Fighters Cover The Bee Gees' “You Should Be Dancing”

"Yes, but it's not who you think the food of fighter sharing their cover of a Bee Gees song while on BBC Radio two's sofa sessions. They played their songs waiting on a war all my life and you should be dancing. What you should front man. David Girls, said the band decided to cover the song after watching the Bee Gees documentary. How can you mend a Broken Heart, which Ted says is fabulous Girl revealed It was the easiest song he's ever sang. He joked that he should have been singing like that for the last 25 years.

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The Beach Boys sell the rights to their intellectual property

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:41 sec | 6 d ago

The Beach Boys sell the rights to their intellectual property

"Right. We got the beach boys here. Latest artist to sell their masters. The iconic artists were able to the iconic Artists group Rather was able to buy the group's intellectual property for an undisclosed amount of money. The deal get the company the Beach Boys masters, part of their publishing rights. And their brand, which includes the beach Boys likenesses. Band member Al Jardine told Rolling Stone. The decision allows the company to make the final business decisions which is something he thinks they need. He noted that the band has tried to expand its brand, including things like restaurants, but It's failed in doing it. Oh, Okay. Hmm. It's failed. Okay.

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U.S. life expectancy plunged a full year as pandemic took hold

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:27 sec | Last week

U.S. life expectancy plunged a full year as pandemic took hold

"A year of your life. Life expectancy in the US dropped a full year in 2020, all because of the pandemic. The news is worse among minority communities. The CDC says Black Americans lost nearly three years. Hispanics almost too. It's the biggest single decline in life expectancy since World War two. So what is the life expectancy of an American baby born today? 77.8 years? That's 75.1 for men 80.5 for women.

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Boombox Taco Truck feeds 800 Houston families without power or water

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:25 sec | Last week

Boombox Taco Truck feeds 800 Houston families without power or water

"Well, it's a taco truck to the rescue in Southwest here. Seuin boombox Taco truck lost power several days ago in the business dropped off sharply because of the severe winter weather Wednesday, though the truck's owner is prepared more than 2400 tacos and handed them out to families who didn't have power or water it eight apartment complexes, hundreds of grateful people got to enjoy the unexpected,

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70-Year-Old Man Arrested in Death of Nicki Minaj's Father

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:17 sec | Last week

70-Year-Old Man Arrested in Death of Nicki Minaj's Father

"A seven year old man is under arrest for a hit and run that killed Nicki Minaj is father in New York. Police say Charles pull of it turned himself in and was charged with leaving the scene of the crash, causing a fatality 64 year old Robert Mirage Was killed last Friday.

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US charges North Korean computer programmers in global hacks

Sean Hannity

00:38 sec | Last week

US charges North Korean computer programmers in global hacks

"And destructive hacks, including targeting banks in a movie studio. That's according to a newly unsealed indictment, which builds often earlier criminal case brought in 2018. The new cases add two additional North Korean defendants. Prosecutors say all three programmers are members of a military intelligence agency, the North Korean government. The indictments in this is an expansion of an investigation linked to 2014 in a cyber attack that was retaliation for the interview Movie starring Seth Rogan and James Franco. Down today Up 90 at 31,006 13. And now

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Petco Park vaccine site to reopen Wednesday after new shipment arrives

Rush Limbaugh

00:35 sec | Last week

Petco Park vaccine site to reopen Wednesday after new shipment arrives

"Frontline workers are back at it this morning vaccinating those eligible at Petco Park's covered 19 vaccine superstation. It was shut down Sunday, Monday and yesterday because shipment of the Madonna covered 19 vaccine was delayed. That shipment arrived yesterday U C San Diego health oversees the side and his rescheduled appointments. The coronavirus caseload in San Diego County, meanwhile, continues to rise. Health officials confirm close to 700 new cases yesterday so the caseload has passed the 253,000 mark. The death toll is approaching 3100 after five more deaths were

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Britain's Prince Philip admitted to the hospital

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:29 sec | Last week

Britain's Prince Philip admitted to the hospital

"Well, Britain's Prince Philip, the Queen's husband, is in the hospital. Simon Owen has the latest for London. Buckingham Palace says Prince Philip was admitted to a hospital here in London yesterday evening. It's described as a precautionary measure. The palace says the 99 year old felt unwell saw a doctor on has gone to the hospital on the doctor's advice. It's understood his illness is not connected to the coronavirus. Philip is rarely seen in public these days after retiring from public duties four years

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N95 masks sit in storage as hospitals still face shortages

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:41 sec | Last week

N95 masks sit in storage as hospitals still face shortages

"Year into the pandemic, the U. S finds itself with many millions of n 95 masks coming out of factories and heading into storage. There isn't enough going to hospitals and Associated Press investigation found its due to a logistical breakdown due to federal failures over the past year to coordinate with supply chains. Internal emails also show there were deliberate decisions to withhold vital information about new mask manufacturers and availability, Exclusive trade data and interviews with manufacturers, hospital groups and frontline medical workers reveal a deadly disconnect and not an actual shortage, which is surprising thousands of not Millie. Ends of first rate protection from or go

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"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:23 min | Last week

"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Kogo news time is 6 16 Jo Mile report. What's on trial is not Donald Trump. The Democrats want put Trump on time trial. What should be on trial is the rank hypocrisy. Of the left on what happened? We tasted three on news radio 600 kogo, You know, I don't know if you know this, but where I grew up. We did not have a floor dated water until I don't know. I guess I was maybe five or six. And I think that it probably affected my dental health. So I am I am notorious about, you Know, flossing about brushing, but Can't get my teeth as white as I would like them to be. Yes, I want them to be blinding. That is the truth. So I was talking to Dr Jordan Colby, who was the one who did my implant? Who is the one who got my Invisalign all together and we're working on a smile makeover. Now it doesn't matter what dental issue you have, or you just need checkup. He is the latest and the greatest. He uses the latest advanced dental technology. The including digital X rays three d Image ng. He even put a Piece of porcelain when he was doing the crown that goes on my implant into this little machine and it carved it out little jets of water and everything. It was super cool to watch, and I got to watch the whole thing. Ocean view. Dental. You're gonna love Doctor Colby. You're gonna love his office and he's got two of them, right? So you could give me a call 7654330393 or go online. The ocean view dental dot net You are gonna love Doctor Colby. When you hear that hunger calling your name and you need to get some food. Gotta find yourself a black sweater on it up. Whether again something good. Listen, listen, beautiful Mom machine ain't no halfway in between. Gotta give me something A before fall upon the peoples in the hot found that Oh, the horse of yours. And head on down to Roy's to make a big sandwich ever. Really Rogers restaurants. Guess what we use Big cut. It's a youngling here. Better cut fish Feli with cheese and turns us on a Kaiser Roll Royce. They say how big and they welcome used day. So come on down boys and have a cowboy kind of D..

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Donald Trump in blistering attack on Republican Mitch McConnell

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:59 min | Last week

Donald Trump in blistering attack on Republican Mitch McConnell

"President Donald Trump fired back at Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell today, a Maryland Haider in the Cocoa news Center. Trump released a scathing statement in response to McConnell's off Ed in the Wall Street Journal. Blaming Trump for the January 6th riot at the Capitol, Trump wrote quote the Republican Party can never again be respected or strong, with political leaders like Senator Mitch McConnell at its helm. He says McConnell's dedication to businesses usual status quo policies, together with his lack of political inside wisdom, skill and personality has rapidly driven him from majority leader to minority leader That will only get worse after the Senate voted to acquit the former president of incitement of insurrection. McConnell, who voted to acquit And spoke about Trump's behavior, saying there's no question the former president bears moral responsibility and said Trump could still be tried in the courts. Newly elected congressional representative Sarah Jacobs says the acquittal of Donald Trump shows there is something fundamentally wrong with our democracy.

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Houston Fire Chief Peña urges residents not to use grills or propane heaters to stay warm during power outages

Sean Hannity

00:44 sec | Last week

Houston Fire Chief Peña urges residents not to use grills or propane heaters to stay warm during power outages

"At noon. The record setting single digit frigid winter storm is almost shut down. Normal life in the state of Texas. Jeff Man also has the latest Winter storm and freeze warnings across Texas with millions of people still without power statewide, including 1.3 million customers in Houston alone is going to get cold tonight. Be very cautious. Do not use grills do not use propane heaters. Or or generators too close to the home. Houston Fire Chief Sam Payne knows his crews have already responded to about 90 carbon monoxide calls, including two deaths. Roads are slick. Some are closed and shelters are maxed out as Texas now stairs down 2 to 6 inches more of snow and ice

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7 Virus Variants Found in US Carrying the Same Mutation

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:21 sec | Last week

7 Virus Variants Found in US Carrying the Same Mutation

"The variants all have the same mutation, making it easier for the virus to attach to a host cell, possibly making it more contagious. That's what happened with the variant, first identified in the UK that could become the dominant strain in the country by March. The study has yet to be peer reviewed. Meantime, the World Health Organization is green lighting AstraZeneca and

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"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Use our on news radio 600 Kogo. I'm Ted Garcia. You know, there's so many things that we're learning about covert that we don't know about covet about what it does to your body even months afterwards, in the ways that it affects different people. Absolutely. Some people have not a symptom asymptomatic and some just it's horrible and apparently covered 19 isn't done with its hosts when they walk out of the hospital is more patients recuperating from the deadly virus return to what they hoped would be some normalcy. It's becoming increasingly apparent that long term symptoms could follow them. Dr. Jason West is in integrative medicine and Dr West. What kinds of long term issues are we talking about here? You know, I told my wife that the age train, which causes gray hair and wrinkles is not as concerning as if I have any brain concerns. You know, brain fog memory recall mental stamina. And so that's always been kind of a secret. Fear of mine in the back of my head, and I'm having Maura and more patients coming in, say, Look, I had coronavirus this summer. I had it in October. And I just don't feel the sharp as I'd like. And I'm struggling to remember where I put my keys or I'm struggling to remember someone's name or I'm driving down the road and I can't figure out where was I going? And it all seemed to be exacerbated or amplified after an incident with the coronavirus. Do we know? Okay, So do we know why that's happening? I know Covert 19 is a new, you know something new for us, But do we have any idea why that's happening? Well, I think we do. And there was a really good study from the British journal Kel of medical practitioners, which is a really respective, pure reviewed medical magazine or medical journal about 10 years ago that says that chronic viral infections and they're talking about You know the Epstein Barr virus that causes mononucleosis and the dental virus, the rhino virus that causes the cold and stuff like that, And they said the chronic viral infections Lead to neural behavior, neurodegenerative psychiatric autoimmune of fatiguing helmet, so to interpret that it means that your nerves start to behave differently. They start to degenerate and it could get in and mess up with your Anxiety and your depression, and that's the kind of forecasting chronic viral infections. I think it really applies to the coronavirus now, but there's also some silver lining of what we can do about it. That's what that was. My next question is okay. Well, that's nice and scary, But what do we do? Okay, So one of the things I wish we were talking about in the media was we were hearing about the infection rates and we're hearing about susceptible populations. You know if you have congestive heart failure. If you have elevated sugar levels, you're higher risk. And so but the other thing I wish that we were hearing in the media, was he? There's millions of people than expand exposed to this. There's millions of people. They're having a symptomatic her mild symptoms and the difference between someone getting sick and the difference between people that may have this long term or residual brain fog. Is their immune system in their body health. I mean, this Corona virus is a wake up call for all of us. We better get her act together and get our immune systems and get our health on track. Because we're all going to run into it. But what the neat thing is is if we insulate the body. This is what I'm seeing with my patients. And they have to put all the disclaimer out there that this hasn't been evaluated by the FDA and all of that stuff, But what I'm seeing with Mrs Smith. Mr Anderson is that when we increase their healthy fats, they're my Guthrie's Their mega fixes avocados talking that oil and it's protecting their nervous system. And then there seemed to responding really well so that this brain Saugus is starting to lift. I think there's a pathway through this and this is just personal experience with patients. I see it every day, but we're seeing good outcomes with that. In other words, put down the pie. It's true matter of fact, the risk factors are if you have high sugar levels, that's like one of the worst things that we can do to our immune system and If we are again putting good fats in their system, chicken noodle soup, beef stew, olive oil, coconut oil, You know anything that is a liquid at room temperature is a real nice rule for people to follow anything that the solid at room temperature You know, And I'm not trying to go after any industries, but margarine or Crisco or certain types of lard like we need to avoid that get the healthy fats and the healthy fats. We know how the cardiovascular effects It also protects the cell membrane, and it's really important for insulating and helping the brain to function. All right. We appreciate the information. Dr Jason West. Joining us here on the KOGO nears Live line. Ted Garcia Kogo news. It's Darren and Jack with.

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"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:21 min | Last month

"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"600 kogo. I'm Ted Garcia. Well, the answers to these next questions are yes. And yes. Have you ever gotten sucked? Sucked in by a video that seems to show UFO's diving into the water or a house cat that looks like it weighs £100. And you wonder, Hmm. Could that possibly be real? Apparently. Journalists, Tony Harris asked himself that same question A Tony Good morning. Good morning. Good morning. Good to be with you. Well, yes, Yes. Yes, Exactly. So now you have this new series on the history channel is called. The Proof is out there. It airs Tuesdays at 10 P.m.. I want to be specific s. So did you find the proof out there, Tony, The reality is is that there are events out there their videos out there. That their cameras right there. Phones turned to the skies turned everyone which way and the capturing some things from time to time that they can explain, right £100 cats, right and so You know they're coming to us, and they're saying, Hey, look, Tony team explain this thing to us, and we're happy to take it on. It's been a lot of fun. Okay? I want to know about the UFO's that go under that split and dive underwater. This has to be real. So these are the orb that you're talking about, Right? Or your right that start that right that started. I always have to be careful when I say that because I feel like I'm going to screw that up and say something profane once they work, OK, so so Yes, These are the things that the pilots are capturing right? And so, you know, I think we're really close. I'm not kidding you here. I think we're really close to getting kind of a document dump from the government. We're being chief. There's more information. I remember a video recently where Stephen Colbert, interviewed full of President Obama was asking about UFO's and whether they're out there and Obama was really cool. All right. I think we're We're getting close. We're getting a drip drip drip of information about unidentified objects. And I think we're getting close to getting information that I think I think I don't know this That I think will confirm a lot of things that we've been feeling about about UFO's. Maybe they can be identified. Maybe they are military project. But maybe there's something more and to have a show on the air. At this point in time, when you know we're all anticipating more information being released by this government, and hopefully other governments. I hope it would that would wish they would be coordinated that we get all of the information confirmed from a number of governments may not work out that way. But I think this is ah, really important time to be doing a program like this, and I'm happy we're on. You know, Tony, The thing that I have always been confused about is if you're the government. Why in the world Is this a secret? I do not understand people, people. What people? Are you kidding me? There's there's they're afraid we're gonna lose our minds. Right there. They're afraid that You know this? This taps into something the visual right the tactile and it also used to talk about you Oppose and alien life is that the other You know that's a spiritually place. That's a spiritually room that you're tapping into for a lot of people. So you know you can't always predict how people will respond once they get concrete information, confirming or denying Their belief system. Okay, It's so interesting because I guess well, I guess they think that there's going to be this mass panic. But then again, how do you know that these alien life forms whatever are going to be evil, or, you know, it's it's There's so many things. You don't know how people are going to react. Really, I guess. Right. You don't know right? And so I just have always felt. I think governments are far too secretive and it's it's ridiculous and it hurts democracies and You know, And so I'm always one who's going to advocate for more open is a more transparency in government. Um and just try to trust your people a little bit right with information. But you know, you gotta get the material into the hands of the serious minded people. And yes, you can bypass me if you want. But the people who are the experts on our show should get this information. I mean, there are a number of people who are experts on the show and forensic space and the audio forensics, space video forensics space and historians who are another history channel shows who had invested Their careers. Their life's work is exploring this. I mean, you talk about someone like Jill Tarter, who was one of the co founders of the City project, right? She was the inspiration for Jodie Foster's character in the movie Contact. I mean, serious minded people. So you know if you don't want to talk to a journalist about this stuff, you know, share this information with the scientists and let's come out in a unified presentation with with what? We're learning. Just tell us what you know. Tell us what you know we could handle the truth. All right. This has been really fun. Tony Harris knew Syriza's on the history channel is called. The Proof is out there airing Tuesdays attend and thank you so much for the chat. Thank you. Tony. Ted Garcia Kogo News. It's San Diego's morning. The.

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"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:15 min | Last month

"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

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"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:10 min | Last month

"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Radio 600 Kogo. I'm Cliff Albert with the violent attack of the U. S capitol by supporters of President Trump this month, and some of the violent protests last year involving black lives matter. Demonstrators. The debate over the use of police tactics to control crowds and restrain suspects has been an all important issue. I talked this week with the CEO of a company, which is the maker of what's called a bolo rap, which was developed to restrain subjects without hurting them and while still maintaining a safe distance between the subject and the officer without pain compliance. I asked the CEO of rap technologies Tom Smith to explain its use and the reaction to it. It is a handheld device. It's about the size of your cell phone on D. It's very simple to use. It's very much like the TV remote and then what it is is when you pull the safety off. It turns on a green line laser, So you know, right where it's aiming on the individual. That's what you use a charging handle to get ready for deployment that once you have that line laser where you wanted to rap someone up, you press the activation button, And when you do that, there's a cartridge that snaps into the front of the device. And there's an 8 FT Kevlar cord that gets deployed out of the front of the bowler. Wrap a distance of 10 to 25 ft, allowing law enforcement to literally wrap a subject usually their legs more below the elbows. With this Kevlar cord than taxes to him. It doesn't hurt them. It's the only tool available that doesn't rely on pain compliance, and it's think of throwing handcuffs on someone from a distance to restrain them and allow officers to take him into custody. Get them some help that they're in a crisis. Obviously, this is in you says, you say by law Divorcement agency is There's been a lot of controversy over the last couple of years. Obviously about restraint methods. So ah law enforcement agencies tell us how what they tell you about its use in the field. Yeah, we were in over 300 agencies around the U. S and 30 countries worldwide already on. It was just introduced a lot about a year and a half ago, and the reason it's being adopted so quickly. Because law enforcement has been looking for ways to be able to stop someone without having to hurt them. So whether it's the teaser, chemical spray or a baton. Ultimately, the fire on those tools and instruments rely on inflicting pain where this tool allows that officer from a safe distance if someone's in crisis or resisting arrest to wrap them. It was this Kevlar cord and take them into custody. Get them the help without hurting them. We are putting any chemical or electricity in the body. And that's why it's being adopted. We've had dozens of field uses. And we're actually now getting a number of bodycam videos showing this successfully stopping someone without hurting them on DSA. Oh, that zbig Uh, movement forward in reducing violence and helping law enforcement to do their jobs more safely. And with the community as well, Of course, our listeners as they hear you talking certainly thank you to the George Floyd incident in Philadelphia last year, and obviously that would have been different. Had the police at that time had this device are there some police agencies that do not use it of chosen not to use it. Well again because we're so new. You know, there's 18,000 agencies in the United States and we're in a little over 300 at this point, so it's very new. It's just rolling out its technology that's being looked at. Including in the San Diego markets. We're just getting them some equipment to take a look at. It s so there's a long way to go on this, But there's a zoo say with recent events, there's never been a time. I recall in history, where he has been more pressure on discussions around. You know Howard's use of force gonna be applied in this tool Eyes is one of those developments and you know I had started Taser 20 years ago, so I've been through this once. But this is the only tool that doesn't rely on pain compliance. I think that's why it's being adopted so quickly and much quicker and the communities have been behind it. You know, city Councils mayors, So it's It's really making a difference so far where we've already been. Have you talked with community groups and some activist organizations or any groups like that, who have been campaigning and pushing Ford a better way to restrain suspects that need to be restrained? Yes, we've had several conversations. You mentioned Philadelphia. We actually worked with a bunch of the Community groups in Philadelphia recently to get them educated on what this is why this is a good tool. Why it should be available on for them to, you know, obviously nobody wants to have to use force or hurt anyone. But if you do have to restrain somebody, why not? You something that the lowest level of force and doesn't hurt them to do that, And that's kind of the message and working with those groups to get them educated on this technology, as as well as the understand how and why it would be used by law enforcement in their community. You are talking about setting a PD. Then another agency's locally, right. We have any increase? Yes, and we're just getting them started on it and looking at it the technology with information does anybody looked any agency locally using it yet in Southern California, I will tell you l A P D is using it there. Obviously one of the biggest ones On. They've got several 100 of them out on the streets already. That's Tom Smith, CEO of rap technologies, and I'm Cliff Albert Kogo News news radio 600.

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"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:19 min | Last month

"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Use our on news radio 600 Kogo. I'm Jack Cronin said. You go County residents. 65 older are now receiving the corona virus vaccines. The process started this week at UCSD, or they're vaccinating their at risk patients 65 older and wrapping up vaccine distribution overall. Doctor Marlene Millan is with U C San Diego or beyond excited to be able to offer vaccine to our patients, you know, that's been the goal the whole last couple of weeks. We've been back near health care workers and learning from that process. So now as of yesterday, we started offering it to patients 65 up with underlying medical conditions. The biggest issue right now is so we have a process of giving vaccine to our patients that is pulling their name from our files, so we don't need them. McConnell to be actively placed on a list we've got you Seen it. You see it see and you're being cared for. We've got your name, the hard part of our biggest issue and what we want everyone to understand it. You know, we're very constrained by vaccine supply right now, You know, we're hoping to get more in soon. The governor's announcement was terrific. And you know, we were able to jump into action could be had a sand ready, but it's not like we have affecting sitting in a fridge for us quite yet, but it's hopefully coming and we can move really quickly to get more and more patients vaccinators. Once we start with these numbers here, these 500 people a day. 65 older who are being vaccinated. What might happen in the future? What is gonna happen next year? As far as your timeline is concerned, so we're looking at 500 Day, ramping up over the first two days here, as we make sure patients are safe. This is a different population that I helped your workers who want to make sure they're safe. So are always you know many vaccines as we get that we give. We're looking at different ways to distribute that, depending on how many weekends you know we'd love to do another super site at some point for patients, But that's of course, again constrained by what we have. So what we'll be doing over the next week is expanding our current sites of one right now in Lahore area for our patients, and then we'll be adding us until pressed in just a few days, pending additional vaccine where the key messages for today as we look, you know, in the future things improving very rapidly. But for today, the messages to wait to get that invitation so you don't call it overwhelmed the health care system at this very moment. Absolutely. So I know everyone in New York County and in fact, you know all over the U. S. They're so excited for the vaccine, and that's terrific. The issue. Is that the Devil Limited staff. We're dealing with a third straight now to of patients that were trying to care for as well in our day to day care of patients. So we were really asking for the public in general. And you know, even if you're not at UC, UC San Diego Health if you're at any facility is to really go to their website. You can definitely go to our website we have raised on that name. Do you see health? Website. There's a big banner there. You compress that. What? We're updating that information very, very regularly. We'll put the date on it for the latest and greatest so that you can go there instead of calling your office. They're sending a message to the office. We're gonna do our best to answer questions. Of course, you have a personal concern about you and vaccine and then happy to help answer that. But just to ask, you know where you are on the list. Right now. We're really asking people to go to our website. So was so mean to you to provide this. Life saving this world changing service as during what are very trying times we're very hopeful, exciting times to have people. Thank you to be able to take advantage of this system. These vaccinations from UCSD was that mean to you. Well, you can't because this is radio. But the giant smile on my face and get a tear in my eye. Because you know for us and health care, especially this dust is so meaningful to be able to start offering this to patients. When the governor made his announcement I cheer Like I was literally in clinic and I went Yeah. And if you think I'm like, Oh, no, We've got to get this going here, So I think it's a challenge that we're willing to stay. I think with some of our change in leadership at a national level that will will be able to face it all together and you get to the end of this. You know, we're tired, and we know everyone in the public is tired of things, too. But we want to keep everyone safe and getting in the vaccine is very exciting. Next step. So glad to be on this journey with everyone. Doctor Marlene Millon with UCSD there now vaccinating those 65 older beginning with her at risk patients by invitation on Lee right now that the only health care provider that started doing so in San Diego moving to the 65 older.

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"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:20 min | 2 months ago

"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"These days. But while Kogo is keeping you updated on covert 19 and other important news, it's still providing you accurate traffic and weather coming out of Santa giving up towards the top of the grade heads up on a crash that was blocking the right lane. Slight cooling for the second half of the week with moderate potentially strong Santa Ana wind listen to cocoa for real time traffic reports heading into a war. Before heading home. What five can and watch for a stall in the Middle Lane's the freeway up to speed. Delmar to Oceanside 21 minutes new accident nor 15 on the transition ramp to eastbound 94. San Diego's weather is mostly perfect right now, downtown. It is 68 degrees, but most of us still want to know how perfect we have that the coast in the mid sixties to mid seventies. Inland valleys in the mid to upper seventies. The latest news the stories that matter traffic and weather was updated SAN Diego weather Mostly sunny this afternoon highs in the low to mid seventies were a m 600 on the dying on the free I heart radio app. What he was saying. When I was six, the Dow closed down 1 48 Still over 30,000 and 30,070 Your updated San Diego whether Santa Ana winds, although right now downtown, at least we have calm conditions, but we do have critical fire danger. Low humidity, red flag warning until 10 tomorrow night for the valleys and mountains for the dry and dusty winds. Also a high wind watch for the mountains until noon tomorrow, with the strongest winds overnight tonight, coastal eyes getting into the mid sixties inland highs in the mid seventies and right now downtown. It's partly cloudy 65 relative humidity. 34% a Marilyn Haider your Next update at 1, 30 stay connected. Stay informed on San Diego's breaking news station news radio 600 Kogo. Simply you will decide whether your Children will grow up in a socialist country or whether they will grow up in a free country. Take something. I don't characterize what we did before. As a mistake as a preface to your question, If you want an answer if I read something, where there's a fundamental disagreement we have based on a moral principle. I'll develop some disease and say after resigned, Fredo is back in style. Welcome. To revolution. We're coming to your city..

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"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:15 min | 3 months ago

"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Dian Noon. Kogo News might be a fearful of going outside. We're going to the dentist, but regular check ups at the dentist's office are important to your health. As the pandemic continues. We look at the future have kind of forgotten that your mouth impact the rest of the bodies. Dr. Connie Haas says skipping the dentist cannot only turn that cavity into a root canal. It can also make you more vulnerable to the coronavirus that he's recently showed that when you have gum disease, the oral bacteria can cause inflammation, and the information in the mouth can trigger the immune. Them to go haywire and attacked the body organs. That's actually one of the reasons why for oral health can significantly increase the covert 19 complications. Doctor Horse the CEO of San Diego's The super Dentist, says dental offices were extremely safe before the pandemic, and they're even safer now, citing no evidence of covert transmissions in dental offices since May. Joshua Lipton KOGO News. New Pictures have been released after the report. The governor Newsome attended 1/50 birthday party with more than three households. More than a dozen people in attendance photos released today showing the governor not wearing a mask and dining indoors, the French laundry restaurant in Napa. Original report said. It was an outdoor activity. We're also to top medical executives with the California Medical Association at the same party, a business owner in LeMay says, received a special gift for helping her community heal after her business. Many others were damaged in the protests. The riots, the violent knife in the Mesa almost six months ago. It was the night of May 30th when looters attacked and burned stores and other businesses in La Mesa, one of them the Pink Rose Cafe, owned by Nadia Samara, who wanted to give back turn around and Immediately give back to their community and become involved even if they're struggling and their personal business. Let Mesa Chamber of Commerce president Merry England, says Nadia helped start a message board campaign. The lot of the sensing around. A lot of our damaged buildings have messages of hope, love, peace and hope, she says. What Nadia did inspired Union Bank, One of two banks burned to the ground that night to honor her with an award and a check for $5000 became a symbol. Of hope and peace and love for the Union Bank family and the Union Blanca employees. Look, Albert Coco News is good news here is the pandemic continues, you Sheriff Department's able to return to some of its more routine or otherwise enforcement measures that don't have things to do The pandemic. One of the operations of prostitution, Sting and Sinead is that resulted in seven arrests, undercover deputies posting as online when they agreed to meet him at a certain location, then that's a week making arrest, Deputy Shawn's Appia tells KOGO news. Seven men, 20 to 47 were arrested and released due to Cove it otherwise they would have gone to jail, Zambia says With so much focus on covert, The department is trying to get back to other businesses. Well, we're very reactive to a lot of things. There's so much information going out about program that's kind of changing day by day, but mark on a standing order now is that like, okay, we need to start, you know, getting back to normal routines, get back to going out being proactive with things so that we can make sure that people aren't taking advantage of all these other victims. He says. This operation wasn't designed to rescue any girls who are From runaways and victims of abuse barrel on Haider Kogo news tragedy here is a construction worker was hit and killed on the freeway.

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"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

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"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

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"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:23 min | 4 months ago

"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Radio 600 kogo time we're gonna Harvey Well, the American people have witnessed what is the greatest failure of any presidential administration in the history of our country in China and the World Health Organization to not play straight with the American people. They did not let our personnel Into China to get information on the Corona virus until the middle of February. The debate between Vice President Mike Pence in California Senator Kamala Harris will be the on ly debate between the two candidates. So how did each of them doing getting their messages across? Joining us on the cone Years live line? Dr Evan Crawford, an assistant professor in political science at the University of San Diego. Whose expertise is in American politics, state local politics and elections. So how did each of them do in getting their messages across? So I think probably both sides are quite satisfied with their performance. You know evidence of some of the local party leaders you spoke to earlier. I think the instinct at the end Woz If you were a trump voter, you thought tense, did a great job and won the debate. And if you were a Biden voter, you thought Harris did a great job and won the debate. And so they clearly each had. You know, there are messages that they wanted. I'm not sure how much they were designed. To sway any potential swing voters or independent voters as much as The layout the importance of why their voters should definitely make sure that they vote. And so if that's the metric then I think they're probably both. Quite pleased was one candidate more evasive than the other. That's tough question. You know, That was a lot of the post debate kind of conversation among the talking heads was this notion of evasiveness, and so I think it's important to kind of keep some things in perspective. First evasiveness is not new presidential and vice presidential candidate not to mention you know, even mayoral candidates in debates. They're going to evade questions. They're going to answer the questions they want to answer. They go in with a plan of what they want to get across and then no look for opportunities. When a question is asked to fit their answer into that question, So again, it's probably in the eye of the beholder. And so, you know, kind of flipping through some of the news last night. I think what we saw was That it again If you were a Ah Pence Trump supporter you're going to zero in on the fact that Harris did not answer the question about court packing. And if you are a Harris Biden supporter. You're going to zero in on the fact that pen evaded questions about peaceful transfer of power. And you know, there were more more of them than that. I certainly think Both sides would argue the other with being evasive, which is You know again? How much does that matter to voters? I don't I don't know. It matters a whole lot, you know, compared to the first presidential debate. This one had far fewer fireworks. But was it in turn? Too boring. So I speak of someone who's probably a little bit biased her from from the nature of my job, so I didn't find any of it boring. But I can recognize. Yes, it's all relative. Compared to that first debate. It certainly has left theatrics. But I think you know from my perspective, it's It's certainly something when you don't have Talking over the moderator to the extent you did in the first debate from President Trump, we are able to hear more substance You know, at least the opportunity is there. Um so I was, you know, from a substance and point certainly more of it shone through than in that first debate. Having said that there's still you know, I think there was a missed opportunities for both sides to kind of talk about. You know why they hold the positions they do? I was a little bit surprised and disappointed by that, you know. Just for example, you know for California and we think a lot about the environment. Republicans and Democrats alike. And, you know, Mike Pence made a point to talk about how a Biden Paris ticket and administration would would put you back in the Paris accord. And that's true, right? And they said that that that's actually one of those things were. Both campaigns agree on and they clearly disagree on and that's a good idea or not, It would have been interesting to have the moderator pressed 10. Say, Why is that bad and have, Harris explained? Yes, That's right. Here's why that's a good thing. I would have liked to see more of that kind of explanation about why we hold these different policies. I don't think it's a surprise to anyone. On that. These are very different campaigns in very different candidates. So that was a little bit disappointed. Alright, from my perspective, very interesting. Dr Evan Crawford. We hope you'll join us again Assistant professor of political science at the University of San Diego. That's Ted Garcia. And I'm Lagana Harvey. 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"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:53 min | 5 months ago

"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"The weekend news hour on news radio 600 Kogo Albert, A federal judge recently prevented the 2020 senses from finishing at the end of September and ordered to continue through the end of this month, October Saying a shortened schedule likely would produce inaccurate results. Civil rights groups of local government said the shortened schedule would undercount residents in minority and hard to count communities. Among those communities as the tribal reservations in San Diego County, and throughout California. I talked with the U. S. Census Partnership coordinator for Southern California Jessica Machi with you know the nation. Tribes have been impacted by coded 19. And so you know the play out of a pandemic while also trying to conduct a nationwide operation, such as the Senses has created its own challenges. And tribal communities, You know, they really are protectors of their land and their communities. And so in many areas, tribes did close in terms of not having outsiders come onto the reservation areas. And so you know that that did present some challenges for us. Of course, we understand why that was important. And so we've, you know, had to be creative and think about ways in which we can continue to engage tribal communities and making sure that we do still get a complete count in those areas. And on DH. That's what we're doing now. Are you pretty confident that you're gonna be able to meet the goals that you have in this area? We are. We are pretty competent, You know, in California, the pheasant Hasn't had as much of an impact in San Diego, although their house has been some, but you know there. There's also been some of fire, evacuation impacts and and those kinds of things. We've had to make sure that we consider and so we're just working through these challenges. One opportunity at a time where the good news is. We were able to engage with tribes early and have tribal liaison in place, and so we've been able to continue. Dialogue and communication, and that's what's really been key and kind of getting us through Some of these barriers. Jessica among the tribal timidity is in California, of course, among the general population. Do you find at the senses that people wonder about the identity of the people there talking to over the phone or in person? Is there a trust concern? A trust issue at all that happens in the gathering the information you know if there are any concerns about howto identify a census taker. You can go on our Web site on our 2020. Cents a start of website and looking at how to identify a census taker are enumerators Do where Federal I D badges, you know they could be able to show you their badge at any time. They carry government issued equipment. They have a sense of bag. You can also call your local area Census office and verify anyone by name and just confirm that they are indeed. An employee of the Census Bureau and Jessica for those listening who may not really understand the purpose of the senses. Why is this so important? It's really important for communities. Uh, for a couple of reasons, primarily, the census is about apportionment for the House of Representatives. So, really, it's about representation. And then that also carries over into redistricting. And so you know, we're in an election year. Right now. Redistricting matters. It is rooted in the Constitution. So those are you know, kind of the inherent purposes of the census. But then the census is also really important for funding and for federal funding, fending for school's funding for roads. I'm fending for emergency preparedness, you know, And so as we think about all the things that have happened in relation to having a pandemic and Having you know fires in California, and we think about you know some of those emergency responses that have been necessary. The sentence really plays into that. You can get more information about the U. S census by going to their website 2020 senses dot Go. That's 2020 senses dot gov Cliff Albert Kogo News arrives Alive, Smarter. San Diego's Morning News from five tonight on news radio 600 Kogo Children who grow up in Poverty are part of a destructive cycle. Childhood poverty creates adult poverty creates childhood poverty and on and on at Child Fund international. We find this unacceptable so we do all we can in 25 countries..

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"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

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"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

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"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

08:25 min | 7 months ago

"kogo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Kogo. This is the de Mile report with Carl DeMaio and Blue Penrose. The fight continues. Okay, So you had this big beach party in Ocean Beach. You had a man Ah, pretty expensive mansion taken over in Los Angeles. Those are just a handful the parties that people have been reporting all around southern California, Um, the mayor of Ella. Yesterday did a press conference where he threatened To cut off the power and the water from any home. Whether it's a mansion or a small, you know, two bedroom, you know, house Power and water will be shut off if you have the audacity to hold a party. At your house. I mean, I mean, I mean, look what Third World nation status. You already have gangs that control Ella. You have people dying in the street with hepatitis. You got rats over running the place. You got this pandemic going on. Nobody has a job. Oh, and by the way, portions of the city who have had their water and energy cut off. It just fits in with the third world status. That l A is. And working so hard, but they can't hard to achieve. They're not going to lose revenue on that, so they'll raise the rates on those who haven't had it shut off, too. Making about time period. It's been remember. Remember, water and utilities are all about cost recovery. And you know if if they're less people, you know, consuming water. Your water rates go up. So when you look at this I give good a couple things on this that we have unraveled first. I returned to my fundamental criticisms of the way the Democrats are handling Cove. It Instead of locking everyone down and telling it when they're naughty. What we should be doing is just focusing on the acute care issues. On making sure that we have healthcare capacity. And right now the metric show that we're doing fine at that, Um, the problem has been in areas where government has dropped the ball like nursing hopes. Not backyard parties because the people going to back your party Not grandma, who's 82 years old, Okay? It's these young kids who are largely asymptomatic, who are pretty sturdy when it comes to cope in 19 on DH, Esso, I question again. The overall strategy Now let's go on to, But what do you do with them, though, Carl, do you just let him have the party? What do you do? Do you try to stop them? I mean, if they're all young, they're all going to be OK. Don't we have to stop him, so it doesn't keep spreading every time they go toe don't know McDonald's What's the tradeoff? Because government isn't doing contact tracing right now? Very effectively right? Well, maybe it's because they're going to backyard parties and say, I'm sorry you got put away in the bouncy house. You're not allowed to have a party and we're cutting off your water your chickens away, but step away from the ground First, you're the government's not doing its core responsibility in the pandemic as it isthe. So now we're going to go and create enforcement actions and turn off the water. As a city council member. I know that it's not easy to just hit a button and turn off the water. Okay, The city has to go and send someone out and shut off the water and coordinate, etcetera, etcetera. I question again. The strategy, you know? Is there a return on investment here, Given the low, low, low risk of this, Um I will give him props that at least he's going after the parties because he seems to be trashing. The business is pretty well make their no businesses left in l A. And that's why they let me go after the House parties because it's not like that's where no mom and pop business is conducted. So we had to worry about that kind of hair at the parties now. Yeah, so he's at least unlike Nathan Fletcher, a TTE least he's not a complete fraud when it comes to selective enforcement, but bottom line I don't think even even though it's not needed warranted, I don't think legally, he could do it. The power and water is what one of the very few things in addition to trash collection. That is mandated. Because of public health. You can't shut off someone's water and let them live in the building because it is a public health issue. That's why, you know people who can't pay their bill. Always get A past by city government. When you take a look at power and water and trash collection that's just like the three basic things that you've got to do so I don't know if it's even legal for him to get by with shutting off power and water. To a house that had a had a party. If they they can't shut off your water. If you don't pay your bill, I feel like they could do that. But I don't know if Mayor Garcetti could say Hey, I'm laying the hammer down in the waters off. If the water issue is is really the issue of public health, you know is is it sanitary? To have a home that has has at its water? Shut off, because even though they can pay their belt, you know we have always made accommodations for people not to shut off the water. It's just it's just not done. Well. I mean, when we went into lock down, they couldn't shut off. Anything There was. You know, it doesn't matter what your bill was. It wasn't turned off, so I would think this was still in the cove in 19 crisis, right? And it went with the idea that the city's you say we're going to do this. We're going to withhold this basic municipal service that people have identified as you know. Important for public health. That will invite a lawsuit lickety split. And the courts have not been very good on the covert issue. The Supreme Court has and we'll talk about this in a moment. The Supreme Court has chickened out on actually doing its job of answering the question. What can and can't government do as it relates to the quarantines? There's the 1922 Alameda case that we've referenced on this show almost every time we talk about this, the covert 19 restrictions in the law that basically says You can't quarantine and individual who's healthy you could on Leah's government quarantine someone, If a you can prove that there is a high risk that they have been exposed already to the disease. And therefore you're putting him under quarantine for 14 days to see if they get the disease or number two that you can prove that they actually have the disease right now. That's what the 1920 to Alameda case from the U. S. Supreme Court established as the standard the burden if you will. I don't think that you could shut off the water from from from a house because they held a backyard party. Andi. I don't even know whether that's really going to be a deterrent as you saw last right in that story in L. A None of those. Those those gangbangers, none of those hoodlums own that mansion, okay? Can we just be honest about it? They didn't own them and be better off shutting the power off in the water. But don't you love the water, So it looked like they needed bat's? No, But But what is this really going to accomplish? Besides, you know, arm really serious. I'm going to go after you. So this is another example of government in the Cove ID crisis. Coming up with a sanction. That you scratch your head and say, Is this really Fact based eyes it really science based is at risk based. Does this really moved the ball or is this government just kind of huffing and puffing and going to legally dubious? Areas rather than doing its fundamental job. Well way. Still got to get to the San Diego enforcement rules that are coming down. And then we're going to talk about the Supreme Court. What? Where they failed on that. So hang out with us after the break. First, we're going to check traffic with Lord King. Hi, guys. We have ah, small brushfire on our hands from you're always sunny. 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