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Fresh update on "lax" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday
"Of people from downstate. We knew it's just gonna be an influx of people from non state that didn't want to wear masks. Just want to get out of where they were park. It waited for the worst. But the predicted spike never really came. And since then, many northern Michigan residents didn't change their behaviour all that much. Most schools are open again, and many residents are eating inside restaurants. But that's just now starting to change. Grand Travers County is the areas most populous and Saad's cases double in the past three or four weeks. Josh Myerson is the medical director for several counties in the northwest part of Michigan and says it's a different situation. Now. We certainly had cases and transmission, but comparatively, we had done well. I don't think that's the case anymore. I think things were catching up to us here. That's in part because students are back in classrooms again, and residents are going to their workplaces and fizzing with friends and not always masking up. Christine Nessie is the chief medical officer for months and healthcare, the region's largest medical provider. She seen a lax attitude to safety protocols and says that's now showing up in a jump in covert related hospitalizations. And the hospitals are now facing staffing shortages when you have that, In addition, Tio increased pressure on your beds because you have this whole other population of patients that have A high degree of intensive care that just adds to the men doing things outdoors worked well in the summer.
Belgium announces second coronavirus lockdown
"A partial lock down and a new bid to gain control of the pandemic that hit the country worse than Any other in the European Union as covered 19 infections continued their record rise. Today, the government moved to restrict travel and shopping. Family contact will also be reduced to an absolute minimum of one outside the closest cluster for the next six weeks. Remote work will be mandatory. Hospitals and experts of long complained that Belgium's measures were too lax over the summer when the pandemic had eased and warned recently that unless there's a drastic locked down The nation's once vaunted healthcare system would soon face a breaking point.
Fresh "LAX" from KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens
"Three lanes reopened carpool and two left lanes. Traffic is slow from about Sierra Madre. Right, But this one should clear up fairly quickly again to 10 west Fan of Pharaohs. Your sig alert is canceled there. Now let's head to the four of five between lax and the South Bay, Brian for five jam camp, and you're gonna notice a lot of thick black smoke in the air to on both directions of the four or five days should come up to the A 105. We've got the Chevron refinery and Elsa Gondo. Doing unexpected burn offs is what they said. That's the official word, so a lot of thick black smoke hanging in there. That's what it is. Fire Department knows about it. Obviously, the Refinery knows about it as well. But it is catching your attention. South bound, You will see. Really the bulk. You're slowing starting it, uh, ready to have fun Boulevard from that point on the slowing making way down into Long Beach tonight. On that four or five in the South Bay Sound found side Rosecrans off ramp. We've gotta stand dot com reported in one of the lanes. Also a new crash for mid city l A 10 e spent a little bit before LeBron. Two car wreck their 1 18 East band Coming up on the Leonards Boulevard. We've got a new crash reported..
Twitch Continues To Get Criticized By Music Industry
"Variety obtained a letter sent to Amazon CEO Jeff bezos on twitch CEO Emma Cheer by the Ria Sag after, which is a very big entertainment industry union and several other recording industry groups claiming the twitch has failed to properly licensed music. The letter claims that twitches new soundtrack tool, which provides a library of tracks from independent labels for streams lax lacks proper sink and also mechanical licenses. The letter also says. That twitch let streamers use other music without authorization as well as responding or even acknowledging infringement notices that it receives and response, which says, it pays royalties to performing rights, organizations, and licenses to labels for the use of music into which projects and productions maintain soundtrack person properly licensed and says it also response to all valid DMCA notices. Yeah. So I mean point one to remember here is music licensing is. Complex Situation There's not a music license you get a license for a recording. You have to also pay a license to the composer of that recording and there's something called the sink license that Sarah mentioned, which is even though I have the right to stream this song and I've paid for the composition. I- may not have the right to sink that up in other words using it with other video. Behind it which is what you do on twitch right you're talking on video and music playing behind you that technically as sink usually it's meant for movies and stuff, but it's fits the profile. So it's not surprising that twitch might have thought they had all their licensing issues covered and the music industry would come in and say, well, no, actually you need to pay for this other type of licenses well. What I think is really going on here is the music industry is looking at twitch and saying we're not going to ignore you anymore you're a huge organization and the like we turned our attention to streaming services like spotify a few years ago we're going to turn our attention to you right now and try to get the best deal out of you. Possible. We're going to do a full court press pressure on you. Yeah it seems to me that twit full pay a little bit of money and everyone will kind of go back to their corners and that will probably be at least short term solution to this.
Los Angeles - Former Mexican Secretary Of National Defense Arrested At LAX On Drug Charges
"Custody at L. A X in connection with a drug trafficking operation Salvador Cienfuegos is the former Mexican secretary of national defence. 72 Year old was arrested by the D A and faces drug and money laundering charges. He will be transferred to New York to be indicted in California Republicans
Los Angeles - Former Mexican Secretary Of National Defense Arrested At LAX On Drug Charges
"Defense secretary of Mexico is now in U. S custody for suspected drug trafficking. NPR's carry Con reports of one senior Mexican official was arrested yesterday at Los Angeles International Airport. Retired General Salvador Cienfuegos will be charged with five counts related to drug trafficking, according to a tweet by Mexico's foreign minister. The former general who was Mexico's top military official in the previous administration of President Enrique Pena. Nieto will make a first court appearance this afternoon. The U. S. D a declined NPR's request for comment. Mexico's current president, says he was not surprised about Cienfuegos arrest He was told to weeks ago by his ambassador in Washington that there was talk of an investigation into Cienfuegos. The president says there are no corresponding investigations in Mexico. He also added he has full confidence in his current top military officials, who he says he thoroughly investigated and are incorruptible.
Pilot reports another jetpack flying by airplanes near LAX
"Jet pack man was spotted by l A X where they getting days. This is what I want to know. So apparently there have been two people now cited wearing jetpacks in your left. There's a new investigation into. According to L. A Times a second one and air traffic controller overseen Airlines They saw they were warned a commercial pilot who was about to land there was a dude wearing a jet pack fly in about 6500 ft. So, one of the crew members said Yet looks like there's a guy in a jet pack seven miles north of the airport. This is Wednesday of last week, according to FAA, So the law enforcement was that it was alerted. So was the FBI. They're all investigating, and there was another guy in a jet pack. It was flying around the eastern approach to lax just six weeks ago. That seems like you're just asking for problems in more ways than one right.
Pilot reports another jetpack flying by airplanes near LAX
"Flight crew reported seeing someone in a jetpack high above Los Angeles International Airport. This is the second time in two Months, a China Airlines flight crew reported seeing this about 6000 ft. Up in the air, seven miles northwest of the airport, Casey Ales Leslie Maren spoke to a pilot. Jose Moreno is a longtime pilot for United. He believes what the pilot salt but says the stud is extremely dangerous. Jetpack was spotted in one of the most restricted airspace is there is I would say it's a disregard of safety because he's actually flying in an area where there's a lot of miners. This is the second time in just over a month, Pilots have reported seeing a person in a jet pack near L. A X David Maimon, the CEO of Jetpack Aviation, says not only with a stunt like this be dangerous without a parachute would also take too long and the jetpack would run out of fuel.
Pilot reports another jetpack flying by airplanes near LAX
"Crew reported seeing someone in a jetpack high above Los Angeles International Airport the second time this has happened in two months, a China Airlines flight crew reported the sighting about 6000 ft up in the air and seven miles northwest of the airport. K cows. Leslie Maren spoke to a pilot about this. Jose Moreno is a longtime pilot for United. He believes with the pilot saw, but says the stud is extremely dangerous. Jetpack was spotted in one of the most restricted airspace is there is I would say it's a disregard of safety because he's actually flying in an area where there's a lot of miners. This is the second time in just over a month, pilots have reported seeing a person in a jet pack near L. A x tele CEO of Jetpack Aviation says not only would have stunt like that be dangerous without a parachute. It would also take too long and the jetpack would run out of fuel. Karen, My birthday's coming up. And if you want to get me a genuine a jet pack I wanted check back. Really of menace.
Airline crew reports seeing man in jetpack flying 6,000 feet in the air near LAX
"And airline crew has spotted what appeared to be someone flying a jet pack near Los Angeles International Airport. China Airlines Crew reported seeing someone in a jet pack at around 6000 FT, seven miles northwest of LAX
Airline crew reports seeing man in jetpack flying 6,000 feet in the air near Los Angeles International Airport, Again
"Moore, An airline crew flying into LAX says they saw a person flying a jet pack above the airport. Not it was a U A V Or was that a jet pack fly like that? The China Airlines Crew says it saw the person this afternoon. The FAA says this is the second time in airline crew has reported jetpacks above lacks. The first incident was
Rested Bills melt down with mistakes in 42-16 loss to Titans
"Did you see this common? Did you see the titans rolling up a forty? Burger. On the bills who look they look like the team that had a cove nineteen nightmare with layoffs and close facilities and long stretches without play not the titans. I. Didn't see it coming. I mean I think that if you're someone that just observers football. How much do we know whether or not practice time? Is. A key indicator of success I? Mean I'm saying you never practiced but I think the bills having to split attention I'm talking like deep staff members, players studying tape between the titans and chiefs might have been a bigger factor. But when the game started tonight I mean this game to me is about mistakes by Josh Allen that we haven't really seen up to this point. They came home to roost tonight. The first interception was not on him. That was a deflected ball the second one though was and Ryan Tannehill? Kind of another notch in the belt of Sane for all of us on I'm included in that the question whether the off season and into this season would have been a path that showed us that Ryan Tannehill. Last year was an aberration from the rest of his career. He's not going to reach those typical heights, but he really fits in this offense. He is a tough minded quarterback and we see it with this runs. Tonight we see with him blasting for a first down that it didn't seal the game further sealed the game late late on his pinpoint passes play action attack under Arthur Smith you probably. Generated About Fifteen head coaching interviews during this game because it was on national TV because for some reason, Arthur Smith is still a little under the radar and I think it's about. The Smith the Arthur Smith. I mean you'll see that the future of offense I know it feels like. Like a paint company I get that it's not it's not something that sticks out but the bills defense. Week I. Think we came into the year thinking the titans defense might be the part of that team that kind of lax identity. Well, tonight, they really they put forward a great performance and caused havoc for the bills were the bills defense up the Middle Johnny Smith other guys just being victimized. I'd be real concerned about Buffalo's defense because teams are going to look at this and say, we're going to attack them this way.
Chicago gun violence could be related to relax gun laws in Indiana
"I'm observing this firsthand through people that have contacted me. And Are currently and I can't talk about any specific cases, obviously or specific investigations, but Folks are being investigated by the F. I just say this generically. And there's a very specific reason and this has been building for some time, and I think several people out there who are gunowners and who regularly Buy and sell guns. Should perhaps be concerned, and I'm not a fear monger. I'm not waving my hands. I'm not saying the sky is falling, but I want everybody to have a heads up about an issue that's very riel. And I've seen it without any question personally, through active investigations were going on and again, I can't share anything about actual active investigations. That my clients may be involved in. But this is a real issue, and I think it makes a lot of sense to make sure people understand what's going on. So you know, Indiana in general and to some degree Indianapolis along with him and and Gary have been getting blamed for Chicago's crime problems for some time. Go on. We're backto President Obama. I mean, he had a town hall where he said, Well, the only reason we have a crime problem in Chicago. It was because of all the lacks good laws in Indiana. And the current mayor of Chicago, Lightfoot. She said Just recently. Last year, her less has come out and said, Oh, yeah, well, we don't have a violence problem in Chicago. We have a problem because of all the lax gun laws and Indiana people go to Indiana and buy guns and bring them back to Chicago. And that's the only reason we have all these murders. And we have all this quote unquote gun violence. I think the term gun violence is stupid. By the way, we don't say knife violence. Or fist violence. Um Or bomb violence. We just say violence, but suddenly it has to do a second Amendment rights. And, of course, we have to demonize the weapon. But what you hear over and over from these folks who clearly want to demonize firearms, and they want to demonize us who exercise our second Amendment rights you hear over and over well, Chicago's Crime problem and gun violence problem. Um Isn't really Chicago's fault. It's Indiana's And that To me is goofy for a couple of reasons. One isthe That The implication that Indiana's quote lax gun laws, unquote. Are the cause of Are at fault for Chicago's crime problem. Is a way for people who proposed gun control. To avoid The argument back from us of Hey, wait a minute, Illinois and Chicago in particular. They have they have Every gun control law, Any gun control proponent could ever want anything that Shannon wants and moms demand action, or Michael Bloomberg. Or Former representative Giffords any of these folks who are out there, fighting left and right. Tooth and nail every day. Strip us of our gun rights. They've got everyone. Of those restrictions and those gun control laws in Illinois. So a lot of us point to Chicago in particular and say, Obviously, gun control doesn't work because every law That any gun control proponent could ever want. Their entire wishlist was already on the books. Innit, Illinois and in Chicago. And if people are still killing each other at an incredible rate, and they get what 50 shootings in a weekend in 8 to 10 murders a day Obviously, gun control doesn't work. And those folks who like their gun control laws and want to voice their gun control laws on the rest of us. Hey. Us having the ability to point to Chicago and say, Ah ha done. Control doesn't work. So what do they do? They said, Well, no, It's not our fault. Our gun control works for Illinois residents. Is you people there in Indiana who have such lax gun laws. And people come to Indiana by guns and bringing back Chicago. That also implies by the way that if they're blaming Indiana's so called wax gun laws, the people must be coming. To Indiana and buying guns in a way that's legal right? Because our blacks gun laws allow it to happen. So people must be doing something that's actually legal by buying guns in Indiana because our lax laws allow it. That's how the argument goes. So that if we just toughen up our laws in Indiana By implication. Then they wouldn't have a CZ much crime in Chicago.
McConnell says he hasn't been to White House since August, citing Covid-19 protocols
"Says he has finished his treatment. Doctors are not providing the date, though, when the president last tested negative. It comes as the number of positive test grows within the White House. With dozens of cases already linked to the White House. It's unclear how many of the potentially thousands exposed have contracted the virus. Republican leader Mitch McConnell revealed he's been avoiding the White House for months because of what he suggested were lax safety measures. The president's doctors say he's been treated with steroids, which can cause side effects like mood swings and cognitive deficits. ABC is Terry Moran, Hurricane Delta, the major storm now expected to make landfall near Lake Charles.
New York City karaoke bar shuttered over COVID-19 violations
"York State continues to crack down on bars and other businesses getting lax with masks and social distancing. The post reports. A karaoke bar and flushing called the Platinum Lounge was shut down after people were busted sneaking in through a junk yard. Inside. Sheriff's deputies found unmasked people singing and drinking and the place didn't even have a liquor license
Los Angeles Travelers At LAX Can Now Use Mobile Devices To Order Food From Airport Restaurants
"There's a new way to pick up food and beverages throughout L A X Travellers can now use their mobile devices to search brows and order, food and non alcoholic beverages from dozens of participating restaurants. People can then pick up their orders from a designated area and for safety. There will be seals on all the packages. The news services called L E X order now, and you don't need to download an app to
"You so much for joining us again Dr Christopher. Halloway thank you so much for having me. Again. This is like on the east of the honors. I. Created a word. I'm just thrilled that you could join us again as you are also in Georgia. So I know you kind of through facebook and I don't think we've had the chance to actually meet in person yet but I feel like I know you and a little bit about your family just from being France on facebook and I, want to hear a little bit about your home schooling journey because you were homeschooling even before the Derby I was home schooling for the Pandey and I will say we've met at a ca or something. You're right years ago. We ready. Dump -solutely. So my home school journey though as you know, I, have twin boys that will that are almost six than they will tell you their birthday if they were in. But almost six years also, we are now in our third year of home schooling. So that means we were doing this way before Kobe decided coming here and be real disrespectful showed nations takeover. So we are in our third year, the boys are in our spray just because of their level, their knowledge skills and things like that they have. So they are actually in first grade, not kindergarten and I could talk about that more if you want me to as we go along and how we may decision, but we started within pre K. Ish in all. The way up to where we are. Now, we had a short term where we did try outside and did like art time story school outside of the home but we decided to bring them at into the home probably about six to eight months into that probably about six months actually. So for the most part, they have been home kit in it with me. Yeah, and I think you have always been working at least part-time correct while you've been homeschooling actually all time all the time. Yeah. Yeah. I have a private practice located in Douglasville Georgia in still although I do not see clients every day of the week, you know how it is like managing a practice clients it's a group private practice so just Making sure the INS and outs of the practice are good and going making sure my Africa the clinicians who are also making sure they are good as well and handling all at aided as stuff goes on with at and what is now almost two years into Bob also been an assistant professor in an online department or college yes. A lot going on. Yes. So did you know if you feel comfortable sharing? Did you know that you were going to home school even before your twins gun here? So it's always been a desire of mine wasn't too sure what that would look like my husband's in educator in his we both say that we came up through the public school systems in we are great lick it s titled and so it was something that he i talked about what we wanted the education for our children to look like and. If that could happen in the various settings that were made available to them outside of our home at the beginning I didn't know what that would look like how long we would be doing it. I just knew I candidate and want them in daycare or preschool setting at that time, and so we just really started doing everything at home with them, and then we said let's do kindergarten. Let's take it through that in. That's what we did not. Erin the first grade in. So we just say we're GONNA. Do it as long as it works for our family, the voice of never really expressed interest or asked to go to outside school I don't WanNa say reels Luca's all of Israel school when you're regardless if you decide to public private home or whatever world schooling, but they haven't expressed the desire, the most a did probably about two years ago, they wanted to ride a school bus. Most cases I owe us but so are we didn't know what that was going to look like in the beginning but we in bearing very pleased with the decision to start it answer, still be sticking with it guided, and so now that we are in the of pandemic I, do think that this is something that other parents are maybe considering even more than maybe they were before and so I'm wondering if you can just share like where someone might even start to home school because I know that there are still things you have. To do like with the state and I'm thinking, it's probably different for each state will where with someone even get started in you know making sure that they are taking the right steps to home school their actually that is going to be the first step looking to see what the requirements are or their states. Some states are very laxed some states or kind of very strenuous and have a lot of requirements in some states are Akanik inbetween of what they require. So simple here in Georgia all you need to do is just submit. Your Declaration of intent leading the art of education know that you have your child and you are educating them and that's really it. They don't ask what my education level is a don't ask what's my curriculum or what we'll be learning. They do ask the started end of my school term or semester things like at just the age of the kids.
NFL fines three head coaches $100K each for not wearing masks on sidelines
"Up weak, too. Showcasing Las Vegas league was coming down hard on those Who haven't been following protocol. Last week, NFL sent out a strongly worded memo that said coaches had to wear masks on the sidelines and the NFL felt like there were three coaches that didn't do it this weekend. Vic Fangio, Denver Call Shanahan, San Francisco. And Pete Carroll in Seattle. It find each those head coach is $100,000 and find each of those teams $200,000 over a million dollars in fines for not wearing mess and the league might not be done after watching tonight's game, ESPN insider Adam Schefter, noting the three coaches who have been fined. Vic Fangio, Pete Carroll and Kyle Shanahan. But the league may not be done. Shafter referencing the Monday night football game, Raiders coach Jon Gruden seen wearing his face mass, like a changed rapid times during the wind. Over the Saints. After the game, Gruden telling reporters, quote I'm doing my best. I've had the virus. I'm doing my best. I'm very sensitive about it. I'm calling plays. I just want to communicate in these situations that if I get fined, I'll have to pay the fine, but I'm very sensitive. About that, and I apologize. Three coaches find on Monday as you heard hundreds $1000 each plus an additional $250,000 Breach of their team. The NFL had sent the memo last week after Lax adherence to protocols during week one of the NFL season. Robert Kraft had
Jetpack over LA: Fact or Fiction?
"Saw reference to this on twitter yesterday too. And so people I don't know what we're David. You know we're talking about here. Breath. So there are reports from airline pilots apparently, there are reports line pilots are saying this. I don't know if I've actually heard an airline airline pilot reporting but that that while on on the approach to lax, I think yesterday. They saw quote unquote a guy in a jet pack at altitude. And it's like. It's twenty twenty innings possible. I mean just right but. What have you heard anything that makes you think this could be real. It's twenty twenty anything anything can happen. Ain't that the truth well back that they seem to have gotten. Audio from. The aircraft in. The Tower. Off. Of a presumed Pasco site. that. Would lend a little credence to the to the story. If you know from a live ATC. I didn't bother to click on the links here to to you know I'm just doing the local TV stations. This is from. The war zone actually from the drive DOT COM, they're they're section called the warzone airline pilots landing at LAX report quote a guy in a jet pack unquote flying alongside them It's like, okay This was some guy in a Moonie. Okay. Yeah. Maybe not but according to this news report there's three different airliners. We just passed a guy. No jetpack. And this was. According to according to the tower tower transmission made on the frequency. To jet, blue twenty-three use caution a person in jetpack reported three hundred yards south of the La final at about three thousand feet ten mile final. That's a little segment audio. Save so suddenly. That's so now is this a do we? I don't know what kind of jetpack. Yeah. That's my question is it a? Is it a sort of a James Bond type of jet pack or is it these more recent guys who were jet? Wing? And fought. Because that's the pictures that they've. Looked down lower in the story as an example, they're not saying this is the incident. But there showing other showing. Images, they have of. Of this is the jet man the. Jet called free also but yeah. Rossi's jet man that's that's yeah. emerets did a thing a stunt I don't WANNA call. It was a promotion. That's true. Three four years ago. Where they had this guy, the jet man fly in formation with I. Don't know if it was a three eighty or trip seven but. The image. Here is a four engine I'd say it's a three eighty. Three. Right. He's He's got about half flaps. Put Slow flight in your book right over the top of Dubai and with two of these these jetpack guys. It's hard to tell from the image. But. It looks like they're a good five well, good couple of hundred feet. Above to the left of this three eighty. Is the Radio Tower American nine, hundred and ninety seven. We just passed a guy in a jet pack and our says, American. Nine, hundred seven. Okay. Thank you. Okay well, this is like off to talk to one seventy, two Andrew. This is he he flies overhead lax more or less daily going to and from work. And I'll have to see what he knows about this sky with must have been. Like A shorts three, sixty or something he's like because he says, we just saw the guy passing bias in the jetpack. So I don't know if he could be going the other way but. The JAMPAKHAO, ran this guy whistling. That's embarrassing. Yeah. That's I mean it's gotTa. Be a turtle prop. No RJ captain in there and self respecting RJ captain would fly that slump. Well he's on he's on vinyl. Still doing. You Know Buck Forty Bucks Sixty. Okay well. But I'm sure jetpack guys go faster than one, hundred and forty. Meter not at least. Once. All right well. You know we're we're obviously interested in more evidence. Yes. Yes. We want to hear more accounts of this and I will check in with one seventy two drew just because he's plugged into that community in Long Beach a lot. So where the he may have some some behind the scenes information about what happened over the. Thing that jumps out at me here. Is that. If he's on final. For La. At three thousand feet and ten miles out. It has to be something like Rossi's jetpack because none of the other stuff go ten miles. Right, I wouldn't think that the James Bond if there is even a flying James Bond jetpack these days I, don't know and that was the only good for. Thirty seconds. And that's when I first heard and the first the first report of this I saw on twitter was accompanied by a picture of that jet pack in the Air Right and I thought I sort of thought it was an actual picture which I don't think you now in retrospect that it was but. anyways. So all right. Well I don't know whether we'll learn more about this or not. But when I first heard about this, if saw this whatever was I, thought it was one of those. Fan like a fan driven. Jet. Packs Ah. Some some people have taken to putting just like you do a drone use a lot of motors. They, they've created some some contraptions that that have motors and turn small productive propellers basically -ducted fans. And get off the ground and get off. But basically, it's like a helicopter. So it's Ok off the ground but I don't think they have the altitude duration or speed to do this well. We know that they did it very long. So it did it. They did it for three or four minutes? Three or four different arrivals. So yeah. Yeah. Three or four three different arrivals and figure they're spaced about a minute apart Hey. Okay.
Biden slams Trump as 'climate arsonist' as fires ravage West
"Two presidential candidates found a way to make the devastating and deadly wire filed fires sweeping across several Western states. Political yesterday with Joe Biden branding president Trump a climate arsonist for refusing to acknowledge global warming is role in the fires. While the president blamed lax forestry practices. Dozens of fires have raves across some 4.5 million acres in Oregon, California and Washington state since August. Laying waste to several towns, destroying thousands of homes and killing at least 36 people. President Trump made his remarks while on a visit to California. A lot of things are possible, but with regard to the forests when trees fall down after a short period of time about 18 months had become very dry, they become really like a matchstick. But meanwhile, was in Wilmington,
"lax" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations
"And they use buses as well because it's cheaper than using the gates so even if there's fewer people you still have a bus full of people so is was like all this logistic stuff no of to figure out what she's just catapult you from the terminal two liter time at the top of the stairs put a little. Don't inflate the slide for you over this you land. It's a flight within a flight. I actually think I'm not so adverse medical checks and things as I think that great about how lax air travel has been over the last twenty years. I've seen some people who are deathly ill who probably shouldn't be flying but they still insist on fly if we can keep those people off the plane. That's probably not a bad thing. Yeah all I hope that comes out of this. Is People wash their hands? That's review want funds to your point about people not should flying if they're sick. Whatever the the one thing I will throw out there. There's the temperature screening push and frontier is going to air candidates going to do it all passengers everywhere touch Some all scans to get on board. And if you're fevers over one hundred or something you don't get to fly and on the one hand yes that's probably healthier for everybody on the other hand like That's not a good indicator necessarily a corona virus verses like you just might have a cold or something else and I. I wonder if that's really the right thing to do. No I'm not saying fevers the right measurement right but if we do a better job of doing proper screening if there's any number of give it gives them some of the old continental cheese.
"lax" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Those who are headed to LAX tonight we ask them to listen very carefully especially those made using writes your services shortly before nine o'clock this evening to buses became a place near the LA exit facility this is the uber and lift car lot that also serves taxi vehicles not far from terminal one we're pleased to report that the fire is out there were no persons on board these passenger buses or operators and no persons have been injured once again there have been no injuries the bus fires out our is the firefighters mop up displays that because of some crowd control issues the LA X. it facility that services uber and lift the siblings is temporarily closed until we can get the operations back up again so there may be some delays but for those headed to the airport there may be some extra congestion and there may be some delay in getting the passengers do you know how the fires began it's not clear these two empty passenger buses were part very close to one another but both a cleaner propane powered vehicles and they were fully ablaze in our rival with flames threatening a third bus and that their bus damage but not him directly impinge by the fire at this point in time we're investigating the cause of the blaze it's not clear exactly what sparked it but this time the incident commander is very adamant that there is no suspicious activity this is not to appear to have been a deliberate about Emily Valdez your brain so I use your mopping up how long until the alley exit life re opens do you think well I have an eight LA X. the public information officer on his way he's making his way through traffic as soon as the Ellie acts of leadership has an idea we know they have some backup plans and they'll do everything they can to get people on their way but given this primarily affects those who use the right your facility for uber and lift as well as taxis leaving the airport and we ask people to be patient is the emergency officials and airport officials were to clear up these burnt buses and get people back on their way all right thank you so very much that's a brain Humphrey with LA city fire department about the buses that were on fire at the alley exit lot our family will bring us more as we learn anything additional coming up thanks very much alike it is nine thirty threes so of course LA acts very busy today because people are leaving town for the holiday period if you're scheduled to fly out you want to allow extra time to get to your plane in fact keep it here on K. an axe because Jeff Biggs's keeping his eye on what's happening at LA acts and he'll let you know so a lot of people last night I had planned ahead they told CBS two things went pretty smoothly once they did get to LA acts we knew like more than six million people will be traveling to this airport so we decided to get off from home video well there were some people though who didn't allow for extra time.
"lax" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"Out of the airport LAX is gonna be different soon it's going to be like an added step and we'll tell you about it coming up at the bottom of the R. six thirty six twenty five right now your traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five year is Jennifer your thirty minutes to get through this area ninety one eastbound Norwalk three left block car on its side the back of it's a liquid look don't even get on the ninety one to that section take our teachable over a lot of those are good working eastbound alternate let's go to Scott is why in the southern California thanks to the Toyota dealer sky five over the two ten with the latest there Scotty water cycle crash at the Pasadena to to the westbound right about top five grade the wrecked out out of late so little white paper activity there but it really damage the drive expect on a flight out of what door to ten west fabric do at the two six oh five it's to Pasadena thirteen champ yep what does but never ever crash a really bad spot south outside of the fourteen right the five carpal left wing taken away now jam coming away from almost sand canyon and unfortunately seer highway everybody wised up to that it's really rough between golden valley plus Regis I don't think it's going to save you a ton of time at this point you're much better once you get on to the south about five though Brian if it's the fifty seven it is our northbound side of the fifty seven deadly crash involving a car that slammed into the back of a semi now the two right lanes are gonna be block so they just updated that's a big delays northbound almost back to imperial southbound all lanes are open but you are an across deftly caught your attention your jam from the six. all right and what kind of hold without the rightly block with Caltrans on its maybe late to pick up the back of this out of the monitor on the west on ten miles a slowing actually wasn't out of the sixty looks like it's got some Caltrans working as well right around vineyard you've got a back of the fifteen or next for the six thirty five AM Jennifer York more tropical what's more often can't exit seventy newsradio she looks out and fog this morning sunny and warm this afternoon be tries lower seventies lower eighties inland mid eighties in the valleys slightly warmer tomorrow currently sixty downtown Los Angeles president drums thumbs are busy this morning tweeting out about impeachment we'll talk more about that and gas prices up again but maybe coming down soon and the latest in three minutes at six twenty seven hi Jennifer York here so what's the quickest way to get your life back on track if you're hurt in an accident it's one call to attorney James bargainer at eight hundred eight eight one twenty twenty one available twenty four seven free consultation to come to you if you're hurt maintains an amazing success rate.
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"I think of LAX, and I think of traffic just being stuck trying to take someone to the airport, or drop them off or pick somebody up, it's just hard to get in and out of there anyway. And I wonder if they make the theme building something more of a tourist attraction, whether that would make it worse. Well, the good news is that the airport is part of their master plan. Implementation is actually most of the traffic will not be coming into the airport anymore that all of the passengers will be dropped off outside of the airport, and take a people mover system into the into the airport itself. What do you think should happen to this thing? I mean obviously you want to preserve this, this icon ick building. What should go inside of it? Well, I think the good thing about the request for interest at the airport issued is, it's not just the theme building. It also includes the original tower for looking at all the airplanes coming in. But also, it has an additional space, where new construction could occur that could be a hotel. There could be some other kind of silly. See there. So I think it's interesting that the airport wanted to look at this as broadly as possible, and not just do a request for another restaurant operator using something will come of it. Or do you think it'll just language because it's just been sitting there for a long time. I think this is a good first step. And we'll see what happens the conservancy, obviously, Linda's a place that tries to preserve historic places, all across the area and you probably have a keen interest in what happens to the theme building. What will you guys be looking for? We will be looking to make sure that the theme building stays as the icon that it is, which is not to say that the change can't happen or they wouldn't be new construction. But that it does remain sort of the crown jewel in the airport. Linda Dishman.
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"Twelve PM eastern on Sirius XM fight nation channel one fifty six or on demand with the theories XM app right now. We have the impact tag team champions with us here in studio in New York LAX is here, Santana and Ortiz guys. Good to be with you this morning. Joe is good to be man. How's it going? All right. We're good to have you back here. So you've been busy. What were you what were you guys doing this weekend? We're, we're we're yet. Because you're banged up. Dude, say you're pretty banged up lift in. You got a black guy here. But you're with us, we appreciate that. What were you got? How did that happen this week? We were this weekend. We were down in Tijuana, Mexico for a triple a house show. And before that, like the day before we were like an England and then before that we were in Texas like the past. Has just been nonstop back and forth when it comes to the, the travel, schedule, how much is that picked up? Was there a time when you went, oh this pick this old crap work in every week and a work, and in UK work in Canada, work, and in Mexico, was there a time you remember in the last year or two and you said, okay, we're here, we're, we're, we're working? Yeah. I think. Let's say two years ago, the past two years has been just insane in everything is just picked up. Tremendously has been awesome. Pretty much as soon as we signed with impact. Our schedule is picked up substantially. We, we honestly, we don't even drive anymore, which is awesome. Because we used to drive twelve nine hours, eight hours, seven hours, five hours all the time to shows, and now it's maybe we all I think the only show we drive forwards beyond wrestling, because they're Massachusetts. And there's about a three hour drive everywhere else we have flown out to and it's awesome. To finally get to that point, where people fly us out, and we don't have to. Well, I don't have to drive. He doesn't drive just sleep so. Yeah. The paying dues process and over. I mean, I've, I've seen you guys for a long, long time. And you know, you're in ring ability is amazing. But you could see it for guys like you, your talent got you over your connection with the people. And then it happens just like that you get signed to impact wrestling, and you I don't wanna say you fell into, but you were searched out by Conan to replace LAX. It pops you guys and then it's just your off. And I'm telling you, you're going to turn around and you're gonna be forty eight years old. And he's like, wow, what a hell of a ride. And, and that's what I love about it. You not again. I know you guys both very, very personally. I know for you. You told me Santana that, like you had a real job. And then you're like you know what? I'm investing in me. I'm quitting my real job, which I can't wait for you to tell what you did. And to go out there and become a pro wrestler. What's crazy is. It's funny that you bring that story up because, you know, on the way down here, take the to train down from the Bronx. And I took the exact same route that I would take every day to work, and I pass by the same work building that I worked at in the whole, I worked literally across the street at eleven fifty five and just this whole morning. I was thinking to myself, it's crazy. That just three years ago, I would take this trip every single day and be miserable and have to come sit in office and all that stuff. At now I'm taking this trip to go sit in a studio with Tommy dreamer, and as the longest reigning tag team champions impact history. And like it's pretty dope. Just tell the people have to wear it was. But what used to do? I used to be a conference coordinator for law firm. Yeah. Man, he's a real, real person sit around and be was like Corp. People like you can't, but we just want to beat the hell of you throw. We won't we'll conference quarter like what is what does that would pretty much I would pretty much schedule and set up meetings for lawyers? So you've got to do all the fun conference calls and all that. Can you hear me? It's muted and all that, not better. I watched your documentary on the fight network and you talked about, like where you guys came from and your story. And how your upbringing shaped TASR you are characters evolve over time, do you still have pieces of that in you? Do you feel like it's important to be kinda connected that both of you can kind of answer this year. You know, I'll start using to tell like where you came from, you could tell people about that a little bit. They could see him in the dock put how that shaped who you were, and maybe who you are today. It. It's crazy. Because I, I look back at the person I used to be in, like damn. I was really that person like in I you know. I did a lot of bad things that I regret in my life. You know what I mean? But of course, it got me to this point, ensured me, a better person, and I learned from these things, and I got older, and wiser and more mature and stuff. But. Listen to that. That's called life. Yeah. When you have children that changes your life, hell you. There are certain moments where you're like, man, I can't believe do that. But those are things one, you do it in your guys case survival debt hundred. You didn't grow up in the nicest of neighborhoods, you had to do stuff to help you survive every day, hell going to school every day is a fight. So, and then once you it's called getting older and learning from your mistakes, and stuff like that, man, I it's there's not one person out there who's not thinking in the best is like for me. I try to pass my knowledge to other guys. And then you guys do the same because I remember the first time I saw you at Haussa glares like man, you guys are pretty good. Hey to this do this. But it was like, whoa, these guys want it. And but every mistake that you may you learn from it, and you move forward yelling that is called life. Yep. Impact TV tapings Thursday and Friday, Melrose ballroom Queens, New York. Slamma versus Sunday on July seventh in Dallas impact. Wrestling dot com for tickets and info. Coming into impact wrestling, you said how, how that's brought you to new heights and it's obviously put you in a big spotlight. But you guys still go to places I feel like beyond is a place that really helped make your name. How important you've been on uncharted territory Wednesday nights? You've been on that. I think you're still going to be on that, right? Coming up here soon. How important is it for you to still go back to a place like that so important at I working beyond wrestling, specifically made us attacking that we are today? We started getting our, our breaks really early on with beyond wrestling and getting in there with the right people. We wrestled the American wolves very early on and just wrestling dominance twenty minute match. We learned so much. I'm trying to think who else. I remember Dan, Dan berry and Bill car yet, relate. What was your guys wrestling name before you IFP? Oh, yeah. He textures a hey, you have any room for. E. Y. F B O. And I was like, what the hell? Did you say this wrongly like no? And but Yemen. You like we said you learn from you experiences. There was a lot of teams at helped you even like how Conan Conan is like a legit mentor to you guys. I present. And if you think about the road warriors, who they say, was their life manager, Paul L ring, kept them straight, kept them on, you know, help them with this help them that for me. I'm always in your guys year, like don't do this ever again because you're better than that, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. But that's wrestling, ladies and gentlemen. And if you are on the Indies, these are two guys who came up the right way from, you know, red school house of glory paid their dues. And now I mean, think about two kids from the Bronx, literally, flew to the UK to Mexico to the states or flying around everywhere, and soon, you'll be in first class because you're hopefully using all your frequent flyer? And you'll be sitting in first class and every. Fly just being like Helge and everyone will look at you and be like cool, those guys or they'll recognize you. I love that. I'm the biggest knob when I'm in first class on the that's right. I'm Tommy dreamer. You did it the right way. And that's how it should be. As you look at your careers and look back and I always like asking this question. We know we've seen the were watching snuff here from your documentary, the barbed wire match the against Lovie, e the obviously full metal mayhem and all that we've seen you guys work. A variety of different styles. Give me somebody who's influenced you who's not like you guys, whether it be in promos or someone man, I wanna wrestle like that guy or that girl is there. Somebody that's not like you guys, but you still take an influence from Bret. The hitman Hart to me he was. He's my, my number one is my icon. He's the guy who got me into wrestling, and it's crazy. 'cause like mice are style and what we do is totally up. That's you know what he does. But yeah that's, that's the. Ortiz. You've got a guy or, or people are tag team or something, you know, I'm trying to think that that's not like us. I mean, I would say characterize or one of my biggest influences Christopher Daniels falling. Wow. Okay. He's number one. I remember going to Indy shows very early on and going to like ring of honor's back in the day and just watching them live. And I just the biggest thing by Christopher Daniels is. He's very footwork. The footwork is phenomenon is always is been something that's attracted me to wrestling just you don't even have to be exactly the most athletic guy. But when you have the footwork in the timings there, it's amazing. I recently saw a match with Dennis stamping. Who was it? Rick martel. Wow. Yeah. And then stamp footwork is known to man. Just it in the ring, and his timing, and everything. And just little things like that is always made me fans of people. He's on the trampoline, guys. He's waiting for. Dennis stamp, a lot of people don't realize like he was like a top guy for a long, long time. But he made it for my generation, your generation of people where the guy who is once again, doesn't get booked, not how important do you feel? I mean, I know you're growth, tag team wrestling, obviously one day. Tag team. Wrestling doesn't mean that much in w if w gives you a call back. Eighty w tag team wrestling's prominent impact wrestling tag team wrestling's prominent. That means the world to me because I as a fan, but as two guys who you literally have to think, as one when it comes to bookings, all that stuff your decisions in your life. How much is that of importance to where you wanna go and what you wanna do in your life? Huge. It's, it's a huge importance. Yeah. I mean we, we wouldn't we're not putting all this work and to not be the best tactic in the world. I mean that's really our goal. We say it over and over again. And there's a lot of people in for that conversation. But as long as we're, we're in the conversation, even if people are crapping all over us. We're all about as long as we're in the conversation, and that, that's all we wanna be wanna be in the conversation. We want to be considered when, when it's all said and done. And, and we hang up our boots, even though we don't wear boots. But when when we say it's done, we want. People to, to have that argument. And that's what we've always said since the beginning since we started getting together and doing this whole tax thing was, you know, wasn't to become famous or make a ton of money or any of that we just wanted to become one of the best, and we've said it time and time again, we still continue to say it, like, that's our, our main objective, you know, like because becoming one of the best at what you do will last forever. You know, money, money, and everything you know that should you when you die. You don't take that with, you know what I mean. But when you're the best at something that after you're gone, that'll stay forever. Obviously, you said, you quit your job. And this is what you guys do is that now something where you do. Change your thought process. Art, I am making enough money to make this my career and make this, my life is that when the, the thought like that comes up is that when it really starts like all right now, making the money now, want to make my Mark is that is that kind of a turning point for you guys when it got to that one hundred percent like, when I when I quit my job. I. It was maybe three months before we actually gone signed in. I quit my job. And I was like this wrestling thing has to work. Now. I have a family. I have a young daughter have a wife that, you know, they all depend on me and you know there's bills and there's a bunch of things that needs to be taken care of. And I'm on big Papi at home. You know what I mean? I was like this wrestling thing has to work now. And thankfully, you know it it paid off. And we were those three months men when, when I quit my job, those three months were hell on the road. Because we were grinding it out. Like, I think those were the hardest three months we've, we've ever worked because we were grinding it out, and we were just trying to make a enough money so we could pay our bills. You know what I mean? And thankfully paid off for me. We wrestled defy in Seattle. I watched this match and I watched on the crowd. And what I saw this is the highest compliment I told you this. I saw to Eddie Guerrero. With your charisma with the way you worked, and it was just like myself, but I can't do what you guys do you guys still go all out? Even. That's why you got a shiner, and you were just on a, a house show here in, in Mexico. You guys go all out because it's the fans social, your hunger and your passion. That's why I do feel you will go down. And the as one of the greatest tag teams because everybody talks about it. It's an you think about like spots impact wrestling, you've done everything and impact wrestling, and you're still.
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"But then, when did he become the next level when he had big daddy, cool, right? As his bodyguard, so that was his heater, the wrestling business. If you look at every Booker will always book people as an extension of what they see themselves fences, a big jacked up, dude, thence, always has had his big jacked up dudes as champions, from hulk HOGAN, Brock Leser, the ultimate warrior. It's also a formula that works for him. So how do you and I listened and I watch on social media, and I'm in agreeance when the businesses down who does? Vince, usually go to his workers, the Bret Hart's the Shawn Michaels, the stone cold, Steve Austin's. So it's that mix. But that's how it's always been, you know, we're just down in Nashville. They about booking Jerry Jarrett, Jerry. Jared who'd he always have smaller guys working territory, the Crockett's smaller guys, the only times where people didn't use wrestlers because of their look slash, you know, muscles all that stuff was dusty Rhodes, right and Paul Heyman. They just book it for what they could draw money with. But again, you can't tell that to a guy who's outlasted every territory where your full formula is wrong, Vince, the fans want to see it. I wanna see it but until either there's a change. So the best fit may be for them to get called to the main roster, eventually would be in a group, because they could be very, very DX like right? And W O ask, and I think that might work better for. Guy like coal, because we saw the match he had with Jani multiple matches. The guy can can go with anybody in have a outstanding. In ring wrestling, matches regardless if he's a face, or a heel, and he can wrestle and look legitimate via his wrestling is that someone with a group that maybe should change his style or the way they book him a bit. Maybe he's more of a chicken shit kinda guy with a group behind him. Would that work better for him on the main roster considering his size? It's really whatever he's primed out to be if you think of annex, t what it's supposed to be supposed to be a developmental system to get you for Ryan roster. But yet you don't have the quality of matches when you come up to the main exact little talking about. So, and then you have to think about Ken, you get over in a three minute segment, or a three minute match as opposed to your long drawn us up. The answer is, yes, you can if given that opportunity. And how it's the best way to seize that opportunity. You know, it's funny when DX came along, it was an amazing group. But like an if the underdog the, the biggest underdog in wrestling was ex- popped up. And if anyone has ever met ex puck, you look at him XBox, a big dude. And he was considered the small underdogs to think of that perception. And it's, it's just it's a whole other system. And if you playing if you're playing for the Dallas Cowboys, it's a different system if you're playing for the giants or, you know, when you're traded people always say, hey, maybe a trade is good for them Sonny gray of the Oakland Athletics oth ever, the Yankees need in the team. They get him. He's crasher. He goes to Cincinnati, he's doing better. So I it's just it's, it's such a hard hard thing. If you look at again, the beauty of all the wrestling the young bucks, Cody, they know who they are. They're given time for what they're doing. That's kind of what we used to do in EC w. And it's so far a system proven that it's working its perception. It's how you present anything. And that's I'm just on. I look, I would love Adam Cole and undisputed area if they were to come up together the exact same group that could have outstanding wrestling matches that could be smarmy heels that could be underhanded, but also then back it up in the ring. I'm just trying to look from okay? How is this going to work? We don't have another annex t misstep coming to the main roster. It is that a way to kind of pivot a little bit. And go okay if we gotta work as you said, a three minute segment, you know, is there a little cheating to win? Is it not Adam Cole having a an in ring classic for fifteen minutes because we know he's not going to get those opportunities. Is that a way to find the happy medium where you keep the group together you treat them as yields? They cheat to win. It's not necessarily, what he's been doing for his career, because he is such a great wrestler. But is that the happy medium to make Vince happy and go? Oh, yes, this group is credible. This is the best way to do it. Even if that means from fan's perspective of the match quality isn't quite what we're used to an XT. It's, it's an interesting take. Here's he AJ styles. Right. Hop guy, what why isn't AJ styles to oh, five live guy, you know why? Because AJ styles has learned how to be a top guy from his years and impact, new Japan pro wrestling than to the WWE and his injuring ability is what got him there. But then it's also his presence on the microphone and AJ wasn't always a good talker. If you look at the talent that have survived, and when I say, survived Ramos stairs, the greatest underdog to, but he does moves like Ray mysterious. Right. No one could work like Ray mysterio still to this day. Same with AJ styles. And there's people who get lost in the shuffle for, for various reasons, and then I mean, there's only and I say this all the time when people like, hey, I want to work your shows. I wanted to there's only so much matches, you can have there's only there's a three hour show. How do you feel it might gonna fill it with the unknown guy or am I gonna fill it with because it's all about ratings? Once you get to television men. It's, it's a fight and a battle. So that's why I say, maybe you should just be happy where you're at hell. If e c w was still around, I'd probably still be there because I knew who I had to be I had control. I had control of my character. I made me happy. And you know what we saw in Moxley is give us a little bit of creative freedom in annex t they have more ways lengthwise matches time right to be creative, and that means a lot to a lot of wrestlers, I'll almost all of them. That's the thing, though, is how do we fix this? That's what I'm trying to get at here is I'm trying to look at it from that main roster angle. I don't want to. I'm just trying to be realistic is how do we fix this? How do these guys keep getting lost in translation? How do we make sure that, that transition actually works? Part of that is a story. There's gotta be something there, there's gotta be a plan. You can't try how do you fix this? In a sense of when you're also telling somebody that doesn't think it's broken. And how do you tell a person who just received a billion dollars that four his programming that it's broken? Earl I'm saying my point is to get into Vince is, is how do we, how do you play Vince? That's my point. You could be the greatest worker in the world. But he just has to see something in you. That's professional wrestling. Paul Heyman saw something in me that Vincent men not so much. I could literally look at you and say man, you're the you're the best. You're my heavyweight champion and you could be like Tommy, I'm not arrested. Yes, you are. And then tomorrow it's like why is this guy champion? You said he is, and he'd say, no, no. I didn't and then oh, make them announcer. You renounce all along. Right. It's that crazy at times. But it's, it's just what triple, h he's helping run an XT or if he's running on exte-. He see something in you. How can he say man? This guy was my greatest champion. He drew all the houses down an XT, and then really what's exte-, if you think about it annexed he has done five takeovers. They don't twenty-five. They celebrated their five year anniversary. That's five shows a year as opposed to Vince is nine million shows. Yeah. Much. And I also don't know if people on the next t- roster can keep up that pace for every single if you were if they did like a tornado I'm sure those people are there exhausted. They're also young, most of my younger. So I it's the it's not even getting lost in the shuffle. It's it's having all your players. It's having all your teammates go out there, perform to the best of their ability, and some may fit for the right reasons. I'm not I could I could probably form a roster of people who are not used on the main Oma goodness doesn't even I there's also, there's people annex t to oh that. I don't think people understand how big of a lake. Three hundred. A hundred but it's people we haven't seen that are getting trained, the ground up. There are people that we know and love.
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"LAX line when it opens with the green line metro planners have proposed a change what it essentially does is make the green line to the south bay sort of a five station shuttle county supervisor Janice Han says that amounts to cut in service. Instead, she is a proposal to keep our Donohoe beach connected with the blue line. We shouldn't be in the business of taking service away from people we want to have loyal ridership and the metro board which on a member of. Is set to vote on the plans tomorrow, hoping they'll listen to me in LA. Kris Ankarlo, KFI news. Lumber CBS CEO les Moonves says may not get his one hundred twenty million dollars severance package ABC's. Linsey Davis says it stems from moon vessels departure and amid sexual misconduct allegations. And a draft report from the lawyers hired by CBS to investigate this matter. Investigators allegedly found that mood invest not only destroyed evidence. But also lied to investigate one of the items detailed in the report says moon, vests had an employee who was on call to perform oral sex on him. He says the encounters were mutual. Acapella group at Princeton says it's going to stop performing a song from the little mermaid because of heightened awareness in the metoo era, the lyrics of kissed the girl can be interpreted as knowing the concept of informed consent, but the Princeton tiger tones have been criticized for how it presents the song members of the choir. Preliminary woman on stage from the audience make them dance. And then tell them to kiss at the end of the song. The tiger town says kiss the girls been dropped from its repertoire until it can find a way to do the song that's comfortable and enjoyable for every member of the audience. Have you thought you were going to get a break from friends on Netflix? Don't you worry? The streaming platform was.
"lax" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"At six eighteen LAX is jammed tonight as thanksgiving travel, really ramps up drivers dropping people off. LAX? We're getting a little bit edgy as they fought to get their cars over to the curb one traveller coming over from UCLA thought, it was a little bit tough. Yeah. I had a lot of basements in in my pocket and a used one by one. So he's run out of patience and another traveller said, yes, it was rough was really terrible coming in on the other hand several people who flew into LAX thought, it was kind of a piece of cake. The flights aren't really that crowded right now. It's kinda surprised. And so the the trip was uneventful uneventful on the air a bit of a nightmare on the ground. An Uber driver sat announced the now is horrible. I think you know, what I think I think I'm not ever coming back to the airport today because it's so so bad I'm not coming back this differently. And just wait until the weekend. When people start coming home at LAX, John Baird, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. You've probably seen it that incredible rescue video by an L A fire chopper, helping people trapped in the Wolsey fire. It shows people and their pets being lifted to safety after they were trapped by the fire. The pilots who made it happen are talking about it. The Wolsey fire raging below they rescued two dogs and three people all trapped in the hills. Above Malibu was was going to be there in the next maybe five minutes. Little apprehensive. Now, the only fire pilots who.
"lax" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"I'm getting in my car at LAX to go home and Jimmy calls and says, I think I'm gonna go back tomorrow, so I'm going to have to talk to media. Once I start going back one at you come out and we'll do the interview and all of that's really normal, right? All of that first of all, guys kind of want a group. If you're doing a sitdown interview, that's around newsy of vent, ready to kinda tends to be like, okay, this is I'm, I'm deciding. When I'm ready to talk. Right. And then I think a lot of players decide, hey, if I really want to get my say out there and tell my story, whatever it is, whether it's something emotional and deeply the loss of a family member or whether it's contentious and possibly controversial lake trade request or a hold out, they want to do it in an environment where it's just a conversation because that makes a lot more sense to tell a more complicated story. Then with your back against the wall in a huge media scrum with sixteen cameras in your face and people shouting at you from three different directions. And it might not be a, you know, it might be non sequitur and you start saying this and the someone asked you about that and and all that. So that's not weird at all. The happens all the time. Decide, okay, I'd rather do is sit down that sort of thing. So that's the phone call I got. I'm already at LAX. Oh God. But you know, go home, you know, repack aside, I'm gonna go six AM in the morning. All that was totally normal. And then he went to practice and I'm on the airplane coming. And I start hearing from OJ. I see the tweets from, whoa, JR. I, of course, then text road and say, do was happening. All this stuff starts leaking out. You heard watch, say on the jump yesterday. I don't know. I haven't. I've listened to the beginning of his pod with you, so I don't know how much you guys got into this, but watch that on TV yesterday when I think Tracy McGrady said, I'm pissed that all that stuff got out of Jimmy at practice, and I heard a lot of players say that and we'll just response was there's twenty guys at that practice. He's like it's training camp. There's there's a bunch of end of the bench guys. It was a bunch of g. league guys aren't gonna, make the team there. Whatever weight..
"lax" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Than five thousand people, are expected, to turn out for something quite different the labor solidarity parade in Wilmington tomorrow. Organizers say the parade hosted by the Los Angeles Long Beach harbor labor coalition steps. Off at ten AM at broad avenue and e street. Then it'll head west down east and the north on Evelyn, boulevard to banning park and that's where a rally and barbecue will be held have you got plans to fly on of LAX if so TSA agents at one security line might be getting a much, closer look inside your carry on luggage, than you realize it looks just like the x.. Ray machines you see at the airport right now but this one creates a stunningly detailed three d image of a. Passengers carry on luggage it will lessen the number of bad checks that are needed because the operator can identify exactly what's in that bag that's Keith Jeffery Swiss. TSA can turn the bag upside down sideways and he's able to. Also manipulate some other buttons to tell. What type of material the Item that he's looking at maybe made of. As well he gave KNX a really good show Intel pictures and video though off, limits will, certainly have more by the end of the fiscal year by y nineteen one, hundred and, forty five will be deployed at airports throughout the country for passengers it holds, the promise of speeding up security lines only liquids would still need to be removed. From carry ons at LAX Craig figure KNX ten seventy. NewsRadio meanwhile flight attendants and federal investigators tell us that passenger, on passenger sexual assaults are on the rise roughly twenty percent of flight attendants say they find the witness to person violate another passenger or someone else sought reported the assault to them it's happening more, often than Taylor garland with the association, of flight attendants says someone needs to put a. Stop to it but that's why we are calling on the department of transportation to assemble the national task force on. Sexual assault she says most flight attendants aren't trained on how to, deal with sexual assaults and they already have so many other things to worry about so Often times the incidents go unnoticed most recently a. Couple of, men one from van is were arrested and accused of violating passengers, on two separate flights into Seattle Cooper Rummell KNX ten seventy..
"lax" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Uncle Miltie with And we were just talking because I I I have to share this with you especially on the heels of Dr. Pissed I ran across. An article and. It was talking about how I attain sixteen years old was. Really angry she was really angry she was upset she was flying and she. Basically said she, about the treatment she was complaining about the treatment from from a staff member of American Airlines and she said. I just had this really upsetting, experience and she's talking to the woman next to her sixty four years old but this girl, sixteen she says I, just got off this LAX LAX bugs me how the LAX lounge agent denied me access very rudely and said I. Was. Not eighteen twenty one plus and yelled at me for asking for a voucher in. Equivalent, said the team okay and she was really upset and. She started talking about how she was discriminated against She said it was discrimination, and she said look, she said it was discrimination against minors no alternative was given to her she was denied straight out and and she. Said. You know I understand the legal implications but they gave me no alternative I know Those, uncomfortable, chairs like the rest of us and. Anyway she was really upset by. It and and she said well she said according, to the, American Airlines website minors are, not permitted in the lounge without. Apparent okay Which is their prerogative team and. So the sixty four year old woman said look. He said can I just tell you something can I just impart some some life wisdom to you and I know so many of you have, wanted to do this so. I'm going to tell, you what she said you're sixteen and I'm sixty four permit me to give you a little life advice from the perspective of someone who..
"lax" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Tech's that deals not just with iran's nuclear program but the quote totality of iranian threats people i think are overstating the disagreements between the us and europe hook is calling for uptempo diplomacy european diplomats meanwhile are trying to persuade ron to keep a binding by the nuclear deal which puts limits on iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief michelle kellerman npr news washington federal authorities have rated a network of illegal marijuana producing operations in washington state and fears martin costs reports the raids indicate growing federal impatience with pot smuggling from states where the drug is legal investigators say the network was bankrolled from china and grew pot in washington to sell to other states to us attorney net haze it shows the deficiencies in the states regulation forcement of its legal pot system it certainly i think a signal to the state of washington that things are happening they don't want happening here i mean very fun mentally take marijuana out of the equation you're seeing organized crime moving into the state and taking advantage of the lax law enforcement environment that's not good is still illegal under federal law and the justice department has worn states with legal pot not to allow the drug to be exported to other states martin kosti npr news seattle and you're listening to npr news from washington the one hundred forty third preakness will be held at pimlico race course in baltimore it's the second race of the triple crown justify winner of the kentucky derby is scheduled to run and he's listed as a two one favourite the horses will run on a wet track after days of rain but forecasters say showers should be out of the area by the time the race starts at six forty eight pm eastern prince harry and meghan markle's wedding ceremony today included more cultural diversity than previous royal weddings the couple are now known as the duke and duchess of sussex alice fordham has more from london at a royal wedding party in the southbank centre cultural institution a group of women of jamaican origin sang.
"lax" Discussed on Self Made Man
"So this is where i would really love your your insight because i've kinda of served all of this going on i noticed the rick lax has friends page and i just noticed this thing completely blow up and i'm like that's really interesting how he's expanding now into almost like a media company that incorporates other people that are influencers and other brands and your personal fan page five point two million fans rick lex has friends eight point two million the magic show six point five million and what i'm really curious about especially the first year when it was just you on your own personal page you can't monetize this directly right it's not like you're getting a a split of the ad revenue like you what on youtube and some trying to figure out what the business model is unless it's just to build up a large pool of influence to where you control a lot of attention and then you can go promote your magic tricks or whatever else you know the that you end up doing but any insight you can provide on your your strat deji there i would find fascinating sure the first year i did not make any money directly from my facebook page but i did do a little bit of of what you were saying they're peddling mine influence to sell these magic tricks i started out creating videos just for other magicians but then i realized other magicians when they were buying tricks they would say okay is the trick good is it proven and if i've also done a video for the general public that his had ten million views and then i can go back to magicians in say here's the trick that got me those views that's a much stronger pitch than just trust me this is a good track so these videos that i was doing the first year even though there was no direct monetization from facebook i was able to go back to my industry and say look how.
"lax" Discussed on Self Made Man
"Oh i set out to create videos just for facebook a lot of other people were taking youtube videos putting them on facebook which was fine but i was really designing them specifically for the platform and working hard at it and that's what allowed me to create show many videos with so many billions of us how many are you up to now the last i think as of last year year and a half ago you're over two billion yeah right now it's getting harder to say i'd say somewhere between three point five and five billion video views the reason it's getting harder to say is because more and more i've given other facebook pages permission to upload my videos in exchange for tagging my page also there's lots of facebook pages that illegal upload my content they might get one ten million views before i'm able to find it in do a copyright takedown so that those are not searchable the ones that i've taken down and the ones that other pages use are very difficult to search out which is why right now have to put the number at three point five to five billion video views now those are the video views of my videos where i'm the one individuals also more recently i've started a facebook watch page actually i started four of them one of them features my friends it's called rick lax's friends and within just a month or two that one racked up another one to two billion views where last month i saw we were the the number one influence our website on the facebook tubular rankings for influencers and i think the number is going to be even bigger when when the february number comes out so it's it's getting to just be really crazy with these numbers in the high billions.
"lax" Discussed on The Global Leadership Summit Podcast
"My name can only do so much his name gives me full access to the kingdom of god from is a story of when i was traveling i love to i was walking in lax flying in los angeles california i was getting on the plane and y'all i was walking through the airport and all of a sudden i noticed these glass frosted doors and these glass plus the doors they open when they open the fisa fresh air just came and grabbed me and i felt i smelt the role of of free food a of afresh music and showers and i walked in and i was just looking into the lady at the desk said sir what's your name and i said out potato and she says she said sorry you're not in my dad i said i could've told you that lady i don't know what this is she how can i help you said i want to go in she said well this is the sky club it's a it's a club for members only you say well i want to be a member she said well sorry in order to have membership you you have to have a certain amount of miles you have to travel so much with us travel every now and then see see if if i got she looks about sorry you don't have enough mouse or use our bathroom she said i'm sorry sir you can't go in so on our forget hearing rejection.
"lax" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And they should not a party for nuns picking up a priest from lax along with a visiting priest from india they had just picked up at lax found themselves stuck on the six oh five yesterday with angry is passing their stalled out minivan he turned around and they were all looking at me say yeah but how are you going to get pissed off at nuns i mean seriously are you want to go to hell then fine the nuns were stuck on a freeway and you'd think more people try to help them out but now in los angeles i get those bought the row that's had people in l a r nowadays right the crazy duarte along with visiting priest from india they had just picked up at lax found themselves stuck on the six oh five yesterday with angry is passing their stalled out minivan turned around and they were all looking at it to twitter that's actually even better for the commercial right to this lady here we'll put it in here and and here now the nuns are in the commercial for almost any credit situation even mon does visit amco socalled dot com to find the center nearest you that's hamco aa ooh oh transmissions and i think i think we could actually include her whole comment earlier when you're talking about the actual trouble with the car turn around and head towards hamco where the initial transmits.