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"la river" Discussed on The Savvy Creative
"All places I used to love and know as my neighborhood. Mariachi. Covered in barbed wire. Her first shop, just a few doors down on Boyle Avenue before she moved West. I. Admire the streets here. They held strong against the guards the longest they had no fear of gunfights, and they had their own hierarchies that the law didn't know. If I ever knew that I would pursue an all day trek from the west side to East Los through alleyways in the Bank of the La River without the freeways and traffic. I never would have believed I could make it on foot. The? Levian there Lupe on it. Who Else would have that? Who else would know what that meant? I knew I would find her here and with the shopping intact. She's safe. On the other side of the shop door, her magic lingered combing sense, the dim candlelight and the printed cards. They're worn down corners from doing so many readings. The rebel I left behind felt worlds away I didn't Miss It. Standing here made me feel like I was back with her and my grandmother as a young kid, drinking her warm, bitter yet soothing T. She would have something special for me. That would help sleep at night just like when I was younger, and she soothes my nightmares with stories about the charms and the candles and crystals that she used. I miss her stories about her adventures in the magic..
LA retail stores to reopen with in-person shopping, mayor says
"LA mayor Eric Garcetti and LA county officials have announced that all retail businesses may re open for in person shopping today houses of worship can also resume in person services as long as they follow safety laws KCRW's Larry Perot has more Garcetti said every retail store will have to adopt the county's code nineteen safety protocols he also announced people would be allowed to gather for in house worship but had no more than twenty five percent capacity or a Max of one hundred people he says regardless of the business re opening each one should download and complete the city's business tool kit which includes the counties physical distancing checklist and protocols if you're looking for another place to get back to nature city also announced yesterday that Runyon canyon has re opened as a one way loop joining all other city trails he says it's being closely monitored by city personnel under cobra nineteen safety guidelines two other recreation zones open Monday along the LA river in a lesion valley and in the Sepulveda basin in Encino for KCRW I'm Larry Parral meanwhile LA county leaders will ask governor Newsom to allow faster re opening of restaurants and some other businesses that are still closed because the pandemic the LA times reports the county will submit what is being called a variance application to the governor today for that variance to be approved the county will have to show its meeting state requirements for containing covert nineteen that includes having no more than twenty new hospitalizations on a single day and fewer than eight percent of people testing positive for the virus over the past week LA county reported more than eighteen hundred new coronavirus cases yesterday that was the most on a single day yet although officials say the numbers reflect a backlog of test results LA county also reported twenty seven nu kopen nineteen related
What exactly is a river?
"Listening Elliott would like to know the definition of a river now. I watched a youtube video recently about this about what. The world's shortest shortest river was and the idea was that there was one place where it was a like a spring that emerges and then there's like about fifty yards it's of concrete between it in a river and then flows into the river and the argument was this is the shortest river. It starts here at the spring and it flows out and then it ends up merging with this other river her then there was another example of somewhere else in the world where there are two lakes and there was a connector between them. The water flowed from one lake into the other and that was a river that flowed between between these two bodies of water. Do you have any thoughts about what what what makes a river with depth length. Anything else that it might make something a river versus the old creek or stream. I saw that video to and does get it had definition in it which just like whatever the the cartographers definition about where it has to flow from into. But I'm just going to say it has to be some water that flows in more or less uniform direction in a skinny thing not gonna go into manmade versus. Not because I feel like if you if you dig something and it's manmade but water keeps flowing there for many many years. I mean you made a river you can. You can make a river a lake. Why can't you make a river right? Like if you dig that thing and water keeps flowing on it and then hume's become extinct and five billion years later stuff still flowing like a river it was may may it's like it's a river so the length thing though. There is a minimum length like you can't just take two uber. Bodies have ordered that are separated by one. Millimeter breakdown that one. Millimeter thing and say this is one millimeter distancing. That's a river it's like no you've just you've literally just connected to things. There is nothing in between you have to separate them by a certain amount now. What does that amount is five feet two feet? I feel like we all moralize no most of the time. Things don't get names unless they are considered significant out got to be river this whole competition for shortest rivers causing people to name things in silly ways. If it's like three inches not say this is the World Charles. Wherever that competition for short will make you name things that are not rivers to call reverse verse? That's just ridiculous like you can name give it a name or whatever but if it's like a one inch long it's not a river at all so you need some water flowing flowing through thing that I feel like has to be. I'M NOT GONNA say thinner than it is long. But it should be recognizable as a thing that stuff flows goes down And I think a lot of the things I video probably too short to be over but I think you see it could be something that you could you know. It's the the minimum like shorter than you might think especially given the with if you really want to name something. That's twenty yards long a river. Fine because you might need to have the name for that thing because you might have one body of water another body water. What do you call the thing in? Between does it belong to the left body of water the right body or if it's long enough to be significant it should have a name and you could call it a river You could get into streaming creek and all sorts of stuff like that but I feel like you know river I'm GonNa say it's generic term like dish but it is is in discussions like this especially with the shortest one. I I don't I don't think it's productive to decide whether you're going gonNA call it a creek or stream or creek. Or whatever the other various synonyms are. We're all just saying. Is this a body of water worthy of being named all right I mean I I I think this is like it's however you wanted to find it. There are things that don't look like rivers but if you trace it back it turns is at this leads into a body of water. It ends up becoming the Mississippi River. You can jump over the Mississippi River in Minnesota at the source of it because it's tiny but it becomes the Mississippi the sippy river. It's the Mississippi River and it's it's very much like how do you want to set the definitions Geography is similar to like Strana me where it's like. What's planet well? Some group could define it in some way. But there's sort of like common use and it's very different. Yeah exactly for for professionals. There has to be a hard best definition like for matmaker and stuff like that but for regular people. They don't have to know about that definition when they're discussing rivers in in general that it's it's enough to I feel like there's this is one of those not probably not a lot of debate other than the shortest river people because we most people sort of know the Monday see them at only if you're in the Profession Ashen do you start drawing those fine distinctions and holding too. I do laugh my mom lives in Arizona and we often drive over a bridge over dirt. Sort that is the Gila River and it makes me laugh every time but the fact is in the there is a wet season. They're very briefly. And if there's a monsoon or a big rainstorm or something like that you know it will water will flow underneath that thing. But and they they call it a river even though for a large portion of the year there's no water in it but water flows through there in that direction and when it does. That's that's the Yellow River and sounds to me like you're driving over the Gila river bed for the area. Most of the year. It is a place where waiting for a river. It will get here eventually. It's not here right eight now. It's a riverbed it is. It is in the river is sleeping somewhere else for the moment. I don't know about the La River though about the Riverland Terminator. Two I guess yeah. Yeah and that's that is a river that they ended up putting concrete on and and guiding where it goes and you could call it something else but it was historically a river and it's still basically also very also dry out of the time if movies for sure believed absolutely also there's underground rivers but I don't even WanNa get talk talk about that. 'cause I don't even know what that is underground railroad but a little bit different. I think it's a lot different but okay.
600 gallons of oil spills off the Galápagos Islands
"Maybe you didn't hear about the oil spill took place off the Galapagos islands officials say crews responding to a six hundred gallon oil spill after barge overturned and this is near San Cristobal have you ever been there Jennifer San Cristobal be one of the beautiful areas and that's what gets people worked up about this the this is off the coast of Ecuador South America and the because these areas are so clean now is so when you compare I saw something as a yesterday I think it was yesterday looking at an article about how we're trying to stop pollution and at the you know how the LA river flows into the ocean here I laid there examples of that all all over the country you know of both sides and down the Gulf and so it's in the areas where the spill off runs into the ocean they have installed basically socks they have these huge is the water comes down and goes through three or four probably four four pipes on the other end of the pipe they've installed these huge socks they collect the debris that comes out of a river I had coffee filter yeah and I thought it was pretty practical actually I know I seven think about earlier it's with a lot of common sense involved in it in in capturing all these things that we're worried about rightfully so and that's the other thing walking around the taking daisy for a walk here this the neighborhood where I am which is a pretty well to do area I still am appalled by the amount of rubbish on the
"la river" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Florida continuing to lash out at democratic leaders on social media correspondent Kristen Holmes is traveling with the president right now we have learned from sources that Pat the colonias the White House lawyer who is at this point expected to lead president trump the defense in the impeachment trial will be down here in Mar a Lago as well as several president from other very close aides putting his son in law Jared Kushner contractors are scheduled to begin street restoration work in the area of metro's little Tokyo arts district station next month with traffic impacts in the area expected to continue through the end of August as part of the regional connector transit project the transit agency announced today firefighters rescued a fifty two year old man in distress from the Sapulpa basin in van Nuys this morning he was stuck in up to six feet of water in the flood control basin at the fifteen hundred block of west Burbank Boulevard he was pulled to safety at two fifteen AM and evaluated for potential hypothermia and a twenty three year old man is being accused of impersonating a cop on the fifteen freeway in Rancho Cucamonga he was arrested yesterday after allegedly flashing red and blue strobe lights behind an off duty el Monte cop the officer followed the suspect at speeds of over a hundred miles an hour the driver apparently had a suspended driver's license and his vehicle was impounded and due to the rain fall visitors is to LA county beaches are being caution to avoid ocean waters around discharging storm drains creeks and rivers where bacteria chemicals debris and trash are likely to cause contamination according to the LA county health department the beach advisory will remain in effect through Sunday at seven thirty A. M. talk radio seven ninety K. A. B. C. sports.
Man Rescued From LA River In Sepulveda Basin
"Firefighters rescued a fifty two year old man in distress from the Sapulpa basin in van Nuys this morning he was stuck in up to six feet of water in the flood control basin at the fifteen hundred block of west Burbank Boulevard he was pulled to safety at two fifteen AM and evaluated for potential
"la river" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"People in the river playing by the river so we try to you know try to educate folks to try to stay away from it so we don't put our first responders and in harm's way as the financial like you were saying that you can tell the height of the river by weather plastic bags are in the trees like there's not that many plastic bags though. I thought it'd be a lot more. Yes that's correct. There's not many plastic bags. Since this program began the pilot program our first year we saw an enormous amount of plastic bags but since the inception of the plastic ban plastic bag ban we have seen a significant reduction of plastic bags in the river and I think there has been a positive impact of many times you say oh what what's the actually outcome of this. Where do you actually see this and I personally can attest that I have seen the reduction in here and we don't. We don't see as many bags in here anymore so I think that's helping out and it's been a key thing to what the impact of those plastic this is flying or being dumped how it affects our waterways and we're seeing this because that means also predestined reduces. Everything is into the ocean swab. It's amazing hummingbird right yeah eh right above so again. The elevator like said you're you're working. People can see us right now surrounded by Willow Sycamore. We've got all this natural vegetation here. You forget where you're at again. The water being deep is about until ten fifteen feet here and again. You're still within the city needed. Los Angeles and you and you forget about this. I I would never I grew up in in England and this little village and the river was cold. Cam like the camera. Everyone looks exactly like where we are today. You never think that was in. La I do nice well they have. They have guns. Let's you like a longboat with a poll where they had. This is very much like that. Yeah love it financially. Well said so. There's there's not many homeless people. Have we just passed a homeless encampment like what's the story we the actually the one we just passed right now. no. I've actually personally been working with him and while skilled gentlemen but he's one of those outdoor enthusiasts he doesn't WanNa be living indoors doesn't want to be doesn't want anything to do that. He really wants to living outdoors. we've attempted to get him help with the homeless advocates he groups and just refusing abusing to you. Don't blame the person in front of this river and you know the beauty that it actually has however it's unsafe because you know we we do have the you know we have federally protected endangered species birds out here so that affects that so we definitely have to be kind of find a balance and manage the the usage of the facility the so it can you know both folks can actually enjoy it but at the same time our wildlife can also use as a refuge to be able to you know to survive their species being in an endangered species. You definitely want to be protected as well and at this time was to protect. We know we were right now. We're surrounded by a rundle. What is Iran does like a massive a green bamboo kind of caney thing it very very difficult to get rid of whether they come from I believe it's Asia than it actually comes from and this this highly invasive minimum. Rondo those things where Army Corps of Engineers Sube. La La County flood-control spent a lot of money to try to get rid of it. I've personally seen it burn with diesel because it was after a traffic collision and three weeks later your sprouts were coming up on the same spot and the Legion valley so that-that's tell you how resilient this vegetation is but then along wells out castor bean. That's a invasive in here as well again things that are that are really you know out of their out of their element but but they thrive here because they've got water. They've got the right eight elements for them to be able to start. Try to take over. We're just saw light little fish swimming by that was the fast fish. It's amazing like the the rivers alive yes you've got eight different types of fish here while one of the bigger ones that you've got carpenter and you've got river channel catfish and here's well the one. I've actually saw when one guy was actually fishing here. He caught it was an eight pounder a ponder he he was just catching releasing however there are folks out here for the consumption of the Fisher catching here and just recently alley times relievers Allie Times did a special on it fish cotton here the river and took it up to the Mount Washington area for like a cook there and and they put out a feast they're and enjoyed it in a sonic really good actually saw pictures like let's say a place where the Sushi that might just the night before so I'm super the cool thing about where we are right. Now is how accessible is to so many people in the city. Many folks may not have the means to get to a Colorado Colorado River occuren- river and having this resource in your backyard's is something that is attainable something that they can take public early transportation to it bike their way here so there is there is something to be said about this little sound. Jealous River no I when I was growing up we would buy from city alimony down to the real Honda River in the spillway as well again. It was probably not the right thing to do but somebody placed a rope there and guess what that was watering watering hole growing up so we would use a rope woman right into the water until one day though and my mom did the same thing that the dive she drank some water and the her expression her her wanting to gag and everything was a still laugh about it and and I'm still now because she reminded him on. Remember remember when you did this. I can't believe I'm like hey you guys but then we've come a long way though because right now I mean if people eating the fish in it. That's a good sign. Yes a fish do get tested for mercury and also their studies that come on and people can follow that to see what what we you know what kind of fish you can have consume and in the end. I'll tell you that it's people consuming it and people have been doing this for decades and so if there is something it'd be set of Los Angeles River Amazing where we what are we going to see next Fernando right now. We're actually going to when we come cut this corner here. We're going to be entering an area that we call the Grand Canyon and why it's called the Grand Canyon. I will come to your imagining. He Start Thinking Okay the Grand Canyon this massive. You know you know just crater whole river at the very bottom and you'll see what we're about to the walls. Are you know not. It's you'll see what die but you also see in. See why we call all at the Grand Canyon. I'm excited with paddling. Thanks so so ed used to be in charge of getting rid of these invasive yeah so when I worked kind of upstream before now working in the mainstream up here in the Sangare your mountains there's substantial amount of Rondo that comes from here all the way to the foothills and higher elevations the mountains in this watershed and when you can take out one Nacre of a Rondo you can actually put back into the system twenty. Acre feet of water craft and it's a tremendous amount of water to twenty doesn't sound like anything right but one acre foot of water there is enough for four households for a whole year so these small putting we're seeing here some pretty big bunches of Rondo and if we're actually removed that it would ensure that all of this vegetation really thrived for longtime but then we'd have more water downstream. We'd have more to consume. We working upstream where that was kind of these source of water water for L. A. so when we talk about local water supply we can take that plant out we can return tremendous amount of water back to the local system but it's a how do you remove. It looks like incredibly I believe resistant to removal it is it's a really resilient plant as most invasive are so it has a a root structure it's kind of like ginger but ginger on steroids and it will regrow anytime you cut it down from that route ball and so you really have to either somehow will remove it mechanically and really ensure you get that root out which is can be a really big challenge or a lot of people do use other types of Chemical Michael Methods after you've cut it down so so you only have to apply a minimal amount do not apply the whole thing and that's successful just because you can ensure ensure that the chemicals actually going down at the roots and kills the whole plant but you know there's there's challenges in the controversy and their issues with using those kind of pesticides herbicides. That's if they can use manual treatments. That's out there. It's just it's really labor intensive. It's labor intensive even if you no matter what even if you're using to have a a chemical approach you still have to cut it down and treat it because if you leave it just as giant F- potential fire source on so it's a threat no matter what okay now we're at the attending around. This is the part of the the end of the river while we got waterfall in front of us heading back home. She's always fun to see the river from a different perspective.
"la river" Discussed on KCRW
"River was recorded while standing in the LA river under the Glendale Hyperion bridge. Now has a new album coming out that he calls. My finest work. Net. And he joins me now. So that's the title. It is is it your finest work yet. I mean, the at some point I think all of them are just fourteen thousand fifteenth record and after a while lost count is hard to count because there's a lot of in-between projects. And but I I always have a working title. That's usually an inside joke. Like the last one was are you serious? Like, this is what you spent three years working on like and ends up being tight ends up being more honest. Yeah. Then something poetic, I tried a hundred titles, and they all seemed lame just with this one. So it doesn't come out your album until March twenty seconds right for a while. But you've released a couple of songs so far the first one is called bloodless. And when he tells a little bit about that. It's it's the song where kind of nailed what I was trying to do with the whole. Record both musically. Production wise and lyrically in that it's was written between the two thousand sixteen election and Charlottesville between those two moments. And I was just trying to figure out a way to step back and look at everything that's going on and look at how we're kind of caught in this.
"la river" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"That is not normal to be floating face down on the river. A woman's body pulled from the river near atwater village on Saturday morning. It was pulled around ninety nine AM Saturday LAPD in L A FD responded to the area after reports that they body in the water. Authorities recovered the body said it appeared there was no foul. Play further. Details were available. The quarter will investigate the cause of death. And so the the the rain was Saturday night. Wasn't. It went didn't with the rain was last night. Because and I'm not familiar with the LA river in atwater village. I'm just Saturday morning. Is there enough water in the LA river that that it's a viable drowning threat. Yeah. When it rains, but it hasn't rained yet. I think that it rained a couple of days before. But yeah, it it's not a drowning threat wires you're going to get swept in if you if you weren't intending to, but if you went in the water on purpose it could happen. I'm just curious that if they're saying no foul play in the case of the woman whose body was pulled out alert nine hundred ninety AM on Saturday morning, but it hadn't range it had been raining further north, and maybe that water the LA river. It's almost self contained only the LA basin. That's always been the big stink about the rivers at just shoots water out to the ocean. So we have this wasted water raining on us and all that because the cost of sanitizing it. And honestly, would you what can? In there. But this is a body. But it just goes right out to sea. And so now they're talking about while the recipe to be a way to collect it. But it is ultimately, it's all all the different like little tahonga. The big to Hunga all of those flow into the LA river and all that but around here very dependent on on the rain around here. So I I don't know. It's just kind of odd to me why there would be. It reminds me of that line in Chinatown the movie Chinatown where it's L as in the middle of a drought and the water Commissioner drowns. And.
"la river" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"We go. There's a mudslide in Burbank or Burbank concern, I get it. Right. Outta heard to call me concern as well and some foothill communities earlier this year, mud and debris caused some serious problems. I witnessed news report. Amir Menendez has been canvassing the region for trouble spots, and she joins us live from Burbank. Ta what's going on in bourbon, we've been keeping a close eye on this stream right here right now is just a trickle very tame non-story. All right. Here's the story though. There was a guy in the LA river. To be plucked out by LA city or LA county who plucked them out. Was it LA county Elliott city? I think it was always city firefighters had to take a helicopter on my dime, by the way as a tax payer. I to pay to get this homeless guy the hell out of the river. Now, I knew this storm was coming three or four days ago. How did he not know? Right. Access to the internet. Okay. But he lives in the river. And also, usually. The homeless services people will go out to the to the known camps, especially in the river us through and say, hey storms. Yeah. But if you live in a river you live in the LA river, that's your home. Don't you every single day? Don't you go to like, a local, Starbucks and try to fish out an old newspaper from a trash can or something to figure out when it's going to rain because that can kill you. You should be on top of it. Every day you go to a Starbucks. You go to McDonald's and you ask somebody. Hey, I'm I'm living in the river. We expecting a rain today. Nope. You're good. All right right back into the river. But those guys should know when it's gonna rain it could mean life or death. Those guys should be on top of it and be as good as weatherman knowing when that storm's gonna come because it could kill him. I don't understand that don't for the life of me. I don't get it. I don't get it. I don't forget a week from tomorrow. We're going to be at Christ cathedral. Raising money for casuarinas club. And it's a beautiful beautiful charity. It is. It is something that it is worthwhile. And something you'll you'll you'll see every dollar goes right to work to feed these kids and the feed twenty thousand kids a week twenty thousand so join us handle be there. Jennifer Jones, Lee, Gary and Shannon. John and Ken and bore the eighth annual KFI pastathon to benefit caterina's club..
Warriors can learn from Showtime Lakers after Durant-Green meltdown
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Warriors can learn from Showtime Lakers after Durant green meltdown by Scott Osler opportunity knocks before Monday nights courtside meltdown between Draymond green. And Kevin Durant. The warriors were on their way to making history by winning their fourth NBA title in five years, maybe on their way to a couple more titles after that big stuff. They figured to go down in history as phenomenal team with an asterisk so much talent that it was impossible to lose. Now, the warriors can wipe out the asterisk and stamp themselves. As a team that transcends its greatness and teaches the world lessons in character, toughness and brotherhood. If the warriors managed to survive this crisis and win another title, and maybe keep the band together going into next season. Even the doubters and haters will be forced to admit men. This is a team it won't be. Easy. This one goes deep. The case can be made that the warriors were born as championship team in their preseason finale in twenty four teen when power forward David Lee pulled a hamstring. Green was moved into the starting lineup and the warriors won twenty one of their first twenty three games. And haven't looked back does the dynasty now. Die with green. Well, that's up to him to Durant and their teammates one thing that might help. Stop throwing around the cliche that the warriors are like a family and every family has squabbles. Most families Aren composed of multimillionaires from vastly different backgrounds. Superstars, all whose performances and personal lives are inspected and critiqued on a daily basis by millions. If the warriors are a family there the Kardashians. Except that the Kardashians are forced to get along. They have no other options. What is going to leave the show and do summer stock? The warriors. In trying to hold things together and rise above the mess. They've created might wanna give Magic Johnson or Kareem Abdul-Jabbar call back in the eighties. Those to lead the Showtime Lakers to five NBA titles and three other trips to the finals, and I kind of image is the ecstatic Johnson bear hugging Obdulio Jabbar moments after they won their first NBA game together in nineteen seventy nine to the outside world. That's how the Lakers wore for a decade. Conjoined quintuplets fused at the heart. But those two main men magic and Kareem were not tight. It would be hard to find two personalities more destined for conflict. Everybody could see that. We weren't favored POWs or buddies the first three or four years Johnson told sportswriter Steve Springer in me when we co wrote a book about those days magic and the other players tiptoed around Abdul Jabbar, the Mikhael center big fella as they called him soaked public. Weekly. When Johnson got fat new contract. Johnson privately longed for the day when Obdulio jabbar's retirement would allow him to unleash his full array of offensive talents throwing elements of sex drugs and rock and roll a legion doubters and haters and a complex cast of teammates all unfolding onto the spotlight of Hollywood and the birth of the new NBA, and it's a wonder Showtime held together for ten minutes. Let alone ten years in retrospect, it looked so smooth but old fans. Remember, how Johnson became the first athlete ever to fire his head coach and how the front office dynamited team chemistry by trading a beloved all-star, nor Nixon and how the players nearly mutinied at what they perceived as the theatrical tyranny of head coach, Pat Riley, it would take volumes to explain how it worked. But for Johnson it all came down to his pet phrase that seemed as shallow as the LA river. But was as deep as the Pacific Ocean. It's winning time back then parsing out the relative blame in credit was impossible, and useless. Same now with the warriors where does green register on the one to ten guild scale six point five when is Durant going to get that huge warriors forever neck tattoo. We all know how warriors owner Joe lak- feels about the organization, but we're about to find out if this team is light years ahead of the rest of the NBA in unity and character or just another group of skilled squad lers in Steve Kerr, the warriors couldn't possibly have a better head coach to guide them through this turbulence if Dr Phil judge Judy and Jimmy Fallon somehow had a kid it would be Kerr. But this one is on the players. The warriors challenge might be even harder than the one faced by the stone-age Lakers back in the days before Twitter and podcasts, but the concept is the same. Same. It's winning time. There's the time clock warriors. Do you punch in or punch out?
"la river" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Yes. Let's take. Some, more. Phone calls here know Kevin Hello. Kevin welcome. To handle. On the law hi, there thank you There, is. A bridge estrin bridge that crosses the. LA river. Right, here. Burbank right down the street from. Your studio. Right now And the city the Burbank city council and acting ordinance. Just about a year ago, thing that, you could not take your bicycle across the bridge and the and they basically the bridge the. Bridge is built across you know across the LA river and and it. Goes up. Hundred the freeway after you. Cross the bridge but they're ordinance says you can't even have a bicycle. In your possession you can't you can't physically carry it Right. Okay what what. What happened was there was a. Sign on the bridges said no bicycles, shirt for, years and years and I guess, there, was a huge blow a huge fight with some cyclists and some horseback riders and the Rancho district, there Burbank with all the horseback riders they have a lot of pool with the city because one of the council members is a does live in a ranch she's. The Rancho resident okay and, she does, she has a horseback rider selfish she convinced the other health members to you know to go. Along with her ordinance but but basically so it wasn't good enough that. That the. Cyclists would dismount their bikes So what happens, if, you try carrying a bicycle of you have you tried it and gotten a ticket Well I still cross the bridge all. The. Time or walking, ripe is does but I've never gotten to know someone I know someone. That did okay then that person, that person is the one. That has standing. To take this thing legally and until you get a ticket, you, have not been damaged it's not you and so the court will, probably toss you out and say hey Kevin until you've been damaged. Until you have something to talk about get out of here now it could now there's going to be I. Think it would be a successful attack on that. Ordinance, because it's overbroad at such a burden on bicyclists I think that that would probably be, held unconstitutional however that's all in the appeal is land is, what it is and if you have a If you have an ordinance that doesn't make a lot of sense that so burdensome, and the? City, council, just says too bad because of this council person. I it's going to. Be tough for you now you can plead not guilty if. You get a ticket and it depends on the judge, if I'm the judge I'm going to and I don't care what that, law says because it's so overreaching I'm going to say not guilty. Kevin. I'm because what, are you supposed to do you're bicycling you have to get across and. You have no way of doing, it they start you from. Doing it I. Would hold that law doesn't apply ORs is unconstitutional burdensome bite, at, lower court I can't say much or at least a lower court, can make that decision then do they appeal it or not get. A ticket and start taking it to court plead not guilty well well the problem is it's it's it's not. Really enforced there's no issue Kevin if it's not. Enforced, and leave it alone until it's informed you know what I. Mean is it is enforced But but, Burbank, PD isn't really down there sitting at. The bridge constantly day-night but but the but the horseback riders will sure be rehearsal and then. Let them say fine just let him say hey you know what can I tell, you it's it's unconstitutional, right is there is there any action, that that I could take take oh yeah? You get. Your yeah you can have you can ask for a declaratory relief action. But you you you don't have. Standing for one thing and it's a. Huge mess it is it's a very expensive. Process and you're getting lawyers involved in emotion has to be filed just don't. Get a ticket Kevin just scream at the horses that's all you can do yell at the, horses and? Try, to, scare them and hopefully they'll bolt and people will. Be thrown off the horses and if you're very lucky they'll be thrown off bridges. That's that's what you wanna do maybe maybe not Fell is that fell or feel hey fell, all right welcome to handle on. The law thanks Bill, hey, so I've, got? A question about fair? Use I'm interested. In. Doing a? Starting a nonprofit where I would create educational material distribute? Via, YouTube, so it'd be. Publicly, available I make. It available for free and but I wouldn't, want to use. Entire songs and maybe even entire videos or segments from old TV. Shows things. Like that and it's part of this courses in this program I will out and you're. Not in and no money is, being paid not that it. Matters but it's just thrown up there right throwing up there and I was. Going to actually create a nonprofit create my own nonprofit well I. Got news fell it doesn't, matter you can't do that. Without permission of the people that. Own the copyright So. But how do educational institutions that are accredited for example, I mean they get away with a. Fair use of making us all, it depends on fair use yet, I. Don't know. How that works but if you're. Talking about. Accredited, educational you can I don't know the law. In this and I don't know how it works but I know you can't, do it because, you're an individual and create. A nonprofit unless there's an exemption, in law that I don't know about and ferry and fair use is pretty complicated stuff for example if you're, a if you're. A news outlet and you're running something as and you're putting it out as news that's fair use for example a in. My talk radio show, fair use when we're doing bumpers introducing various segments we get we get fifteen seconds right after that's it, that's fair use so. You, wanna talk to a. Copyright attorney on. This but I think you're out of luck I think you're just dead Out of luck Patricia hi Patricio welcome Elderly and dad has a credit card debt of probably. Twenty five thousand dollars mom has her own credit cards. In her own name they don't sign together on their cards, when he passes well they go after. Her for, his debt they might they might because their argument is going to be that when, the application was made the reliance was on, both. Of, their. Incomes Okay. Now you have to look at you have to look at, the original application and the original application. Application if. It's only him and only using his income and she doesn't she's not even mentioned, then I think your dad should be okay Okay. So when, he passes there for? Your. Mom should be okay yeah that's. But they don't go after dead people Patricia I mean they went for. Twenty five gram they might but then you just tell these people. That your mom has, no money I mean does she have money She's got no money. Okay and, how does she live Well that's why I thought they might try to go after. The, house after. She, though it's hard now it's.
"la river" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Yes. Let's, take. Some more phone calls here no. Kevin Hello. Kevin welcome. To handle on the law hi there thank you There. Is, a. Bridge estrin bridge that crosses the LA. River, right. Here, in. Burbank right down the street from. Your studio. Right now And the city the Burbank city council enacted an ordinance just about a year, ago thing, that you could not take your bicycle across the bridge and the and they basically the bridge. At the bridges built across you know across the LA river and and. It goes. Up hundreds of freeway after. You cross the bridge but they're ordinance since you can't even have a bicycle in your possession you can't you can't physically carry it Right. Okay. What what what. Happened was there was a sign. On the bridge should know bicycles for for years and years and I, guess there was a huge blow a huge fight with some cyclists and some horseback riders and the Rancho district. They're Burbank with all the horseback riders they have a lot of pull with the city because one of the council members is is a does live in a ranch she's a Rancho resident okay, and she, does she has a horseback rider it she convinced the other council members to to go along. With her ordinance but but basically so it wasn't good enough that that. The cyclists. Would would dismount their bikes I got so what happens if you try carrying. A bicycle have you have you. Tried it and gotten a ticket Well I I. Still, cross the bridge all the time or walking my eyes does but I've never gonna pay no. Someone. I know someone I did okay then that person that person is the one that has standing to take this. Thing legally and until you get a ticket you have not been damaged it's not you and so the court will probably, toss you out and say hey Kevin, until you've been damaged until you have something to talk about get outta here now it could now there's going to be I. Think would be a. Successful. Attack on that. Ordinance because it's overbroad it's such. A burden on bicyclists I think that that would probably be held unconstitutional, however, that's all in the appeal is land is what it is and if you have a If you have an ordinance that doesn't make a lot? Of, sense, that so burdensome and the city council just says too. Bad because of, this council person I it's. Going to be tough for you now. You. Can plead not guilty if you get a ticket and it depends on the judge if. I'm the judge I'm going to, and I don't care what. That law says. Because it's so overreaching I'm going to say not guilty Kevin, I'm, because what are you what are you supposed to do you're bicycling, you have to get across and you have no way of, doing it, they've stopped you from doing it I wouldn't hold that law. Doesn't apply ORs is unconstitutional just. To burdensome at lower court I can't say much. Or, at least a lower court can make that decision then do. They appeal it or not Yeah I get a ticket and start taking it to court pleading not guilty well well the. The problem is it's it's it's not really enforced there's no issue Kevin if it's, not enforced and leave, it alone until it's enforced you know, what I mean I it? Isn't force but but Burbank PD? Isn't really. Down there sitting at the bridge costly day and night but but the. But the horseback riders will sure. Devi neural and then. Let them just. Say fine just let him say hey you know. What can I tell you it's it's unconstitutional right is there is there any. Action that that I could take take Yeah you get You can have you can ask for a, declaratory relief action but you you don't have standing for one thing and it's. A huge. Mess it is it's a very expensive process and you're going, to need lawyers involved in emotion has. To be filed just don't get, a ticket Kevin just scream. At the horses that's all you can do yell at the horses and try. To scare them and hopefully they'll bolt and people be thrown. Off the horses and if, you're very lucky they'll be. Thrown, off bridges That's that's what you, wanna do maybe maybe not Fell. Is that fell or feel hey. Fell all. Right, welcome to handle on the law thanks Bill. Hey so I've got a question about fear use I'm interested in doing a, starting a nonprofit, where I would create educational. Material distribute via YouTube so it'd, be publicly available I make it available. For free and But I wouldn't want to use entire, songs and maybe even entire videos or segments, from old TV shows. And, things like that as. Part of this. Courses in this program I would out okay and you and you're not in. And no money is being paid not that? It matters, but it's, just thrown up there right throwing up there and I I was going to actually create a nonprofit. Create my own nonprofit well I, got news fell it doesn't matter you, can't do. That without permission of the people that own the copyright so but how do, educational institutions that are credited for example I mean they get away with you can make a fair use making us all it depends on fair use I don't know how that works but, if. You're talking. About accredited educational you can I. Don't know. The, law on this and I don't know how. It works but I know you can't do it because you're an individual in, EMU create a, nonprofit unless there's an exemption. In law that I don't know about And ferry and. Fair use is pretty complicated stuff for example? If you're, a if, you're a news outlet and you're running something as and you're putting it out as news that's fair. Use for example in my talk, radio show fair use when we're doing, bumpers introducing. Various segments we get your we get fifteen seconds right after that's it that's, fair use so you wanna talk to a copyright attorney on this but I think you're out of luck I think you're just dead out of luck Patricia hi Patricia welcome My character elderly and dad has a credit card debt of probably. Twenty five thousand dollars mom has her own credit cards. In her own name they don't sign together on their cards when. He passed as well they go after. Her for his. Debt, they. Might They might. Because their argument is going to be that when the application was. Made the reliance was on both of. Their incomes Okay are you have to look at the you have, to look at the, original application and the original application application if. It's only him and only using his income and she doesn't she's not even mentioned, then I think your dad should be okay Okay, so when he passes? There for your mom. Should. Be okay yeah that's the? Original. But but they don't go after dead people Patricia for twenty five gram they might but then you just tell. These people that your mom has no money I mean does she. Have money he's got, no money okay and how does she live Well, that's why I thought they might try. To go after the house after she though it's hard now it's hard. No no, it's hard I I?.
"la river" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"This is handle on the law marginal. Legal advice Oh yes, let's, take, some more phone calls here you. Know Kevin. Kevin welcome. To handle on the law hi there thank you There. Is, a. Bridge estrin bridge that crosses the LA. River right, here, in, Burbank right down the street from. Your studio. Right now And the city the Burbank city council enacted an ordinance just about a year ago thing that you could not take your bicycle across the bridge and the And they basically. The bridge the bridge is built to cross you know to cross the. LA river. And and it goes up. Under. The. Freeway after you cross the bridge but they're ordinance since you can't even have a bicycle in your possession you can't. You can't physically carry it right okay what what what happened was there was a sign on the bridges should know by school Sturt. For years and years and, I guess there was a huge blow a huge fight with some cyclists and some horseback riders and the Rancho district there Burbank. With all the horseback. Riders. They have a. Lot of pool with the city because. One of the council members is is a does live in a ranch, she's a Rancho resident okay and she does she has a horseback rider soap it she convinced the other council. Members to to go along with her ordinance but but basically so it wasn't good enough that that the cyclists would would dismount their bikes Okay so what happens if you try carrying a bicycle. Of you have you tried it and gotten a ticket Well I I still cross the bridge all the time or walking ripe is. Okay but I've never gotten, to know someone I know someone that did okay then that person that person is the one that has standing to take this. Thing legally and until. You. Get a ticket. You have not been damaged it's not. You and so the court will probably toss you out and say hey, Kevin, until you've been damaged until you have something to talk about get out of here now It could now there's going to be I think. Would be a successful attack on, that ordinance because it's overbroad. It's such a. Burden on bicyclists I think that that would probably be held, unconstitutional, however that's all in the appeal was land is what it is, and if you have a If you have an ordinance that doesn't make a lot of sense that so burdensome, and the city council, just says too bad because of this, council person it's going to? Be tough for you now you? Can plead. Not guilty if you get a ticket and it depends on the judge. If I'm the judge I'm going. To and I don't care what that. Law says because it's so overreaching I'm going to say. Not guilty Kevin I'm because what are you what are. You supposed to do you're bicycling you. Have to get across and you have no? Way of. Doing it they stop you, from doing, it I wouldn't hold that law doesn't apply ORs is unconstitutional. Just to burdensome bite at lower. Court I can't say much or at least that's. Not, true a lower court can make that decision and then do. They appeal it or not Yeah I get a ticket and start taking it. To court pleading not guilty well well the the problem is it's it's it's not, really enforced there's no, issue Kevin if it's not enforced and, leave it alone until it's? You no what I mean is? It isn't, force but but Burbank PD isn't really down there sitting at the bridge. Constantly day-night but but the but. The horseback riders will. Sure give me. An Airfoil let them just say fine just let him. Say hey you know what can I tell you it's. It's unconstitutional right is there is there. Any action that that I could take take Yeah you yeah you can have you can ask for a declaratory relief action but. You. You don't have standing for one thing and it's a huge mess it is it's a very expensive process and you're, going to need lawyers involved in emotion has to be filed just don't, get a ticket Kevin just. Scream at the horses, that's, all you, can? Do yell at the? Horses and try. To. Scare them? And hopefully they'll bolt and it'll be thrown off bridges That's that's what you wanna do maybe maybe not Fell is. That fell or Hey fell all right welcome. To handle. On, the law thanks Bill hey so I've got. A question about fair use I'm interested in. Doing a starting a nonprofit, I would create, educational material distribute via YouTube, so it'd be publicly available, make it available for free and but I would want to use entire songs and even entire videos or segments from old TV. Shows and things like that and it's part of. This courses in this program I will lay out and you're not in and. No money is being, paid not that it matters but it's just thrown up. There right, throwing up there and I I was going, to actually create a. Nonprofit, create my own nonprofit, well I got news Fell it doesn't matter you can't do that without permission of the. People that own the, copyright so but how do the educational institutions that are accredited for, example I mean they get away with a, fair use of making. Us, all depends on I don't, know how that works but if you're talking about accredited educational you can I don't know the law in this and I don't know how it works but I know you can't do it because you're an individual and create a nonprofit unless there's an exemption in. Law that, I don't know about and ferry and fair use is pretty complicated stuff for example if you're a if you're. A news. Outlet, and you're, running something as and you're putting it out. As news that's fair use for example, a in, my talk radio show fair use. When we're. Doing bumpers introducing. Various segments we get we get fifteen seconds right after that's, it that's fair use so you want. To talk to a copyright attorney on this. But I think you're out of. Luck I think you're just dead out, of luck Patricia hi Patricia welcome Elderly and dad has a credit card debt of probably. Twenty five thousand dollars mom has her own credit. Cards in her name they don't sign together on their cards, when he passes well they go after. Her for, his debt they might they might because their argument is going to be that when, the application was made the reliance was on, both. Of, their. Incomes Okay so. You have to look at the you have to look at, the original application and the original application. Application if. It's only him and only using his income and she doesn't she's not even mentioned, then I think your dad should be okay Okay so. When he, passes there for your? Mom. Should be okay yeah that's the original, but they don't go after dead people Patricia I mean they went for. Twenty five grand they might but then you just tell these people. That your mom has, no money I mean does she have money Got no money okay. And, how does she, live well that's why I thought they, might. Try to, go after the house after she. Goes it's. Hard now it's hard no it's hard I I don't think I'd worry. About it, I think you'll find Yeah This is handle on the. Law.
"la river" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Welcome back to KFI AM six forty, more stimulating talk Bill Handel here this is handle on the, law, marginal, legal advice Kevin Hello Kevin welcome. To handle on the law hi there thank you There is a bridge industrial bridge that crosses the LA river, right. Here, in, Burbank right down the street from. Your studio. Right now And the city the Burbank city council enacted an ordinance just about a, year ago, thing that you could not take your bicycle cross the bridge and the and they basically the. Bridge the bridge built across you know across the LA river and and. It goes. Up under the freeway after. You cross the bridge but they're ordinance since you can't even have a bicycle in your possession you can't you can't physically carry it Right. Okay what what. What happened was sign on, the bridges said no bicycles for for years and years and I guess there was a huge blow up a huge fight with some cyclists and some horseback riders and the Rancho district there Burbank with all the horseback riders they have a lot of pool, with the, city because the one of the council members is a does live in a ranch she's the. Rancho resident okay and she does she has a horseback rider so she. Convinced the. Other health for members to You know. To go along with. Her. Ordinance but but. Basically so it wasn't good. Enough that that the cyclists would dismount their bikes I got so what happens if you try. Carrying a. Bicycle have you have you. Tried it and gotten a ticket well. I. Still cross the, bridge all the time or walking okay does but I've never gonna pay. No someone I know someone that, did okay then that person. That person is. The one that has standing to take this thing legally and, until, you get a ticket you have not been damaged it's not you and so the court will probably toss you out and say hey, Kevin, until you've been damaged until you have something to talk about get outta here now It could now there's going to be I think would. Be a successful attack on that, ordinance because it's overbroad it's. Such a burden. On bicyclists I think that that would probably be held unconstitutional, however, that's all in the appeal is land is what it is and, if you have a If you have an ordinance that doesn't make a lot of sense that's so burdensome, and the city council, just says too bad because of this. Council person, it's going? To be tough for you now? You can. Plead not guilty if you get a ticket and it depends on the. Judge if I'm the judge I'm. Going to and I don't care what that law says because it's so overreaching I'm going to say. Not guilty Kevin I mean because what what are you supposed to do you're bicycling. You have to get across and you have? No way. Of doing it they've stopped, you from, doing it I wouldn't hold that law doesn't apply or is. Is unconstitutional just to burdensome by. A lower court I can't say much or at. Least, true what we're court can make that decision and then do. They appeal it or not Yeah I get a ticket and start taking it to court pleading not. Guilty well well the problem is it's it's it's not really enforced there's no issue, Kevin if it's not, enforced and leave it alone until it's. No no, it isn't? Force but but Burbank PD isn't? Really down, there sitting at the bridge hopefully day and night but but the but. The horseback riders will sure give. You an earful and let them just say fine just let him say hey you know what can. I tell you it's it's unconstitutional right is there is there any action that that. I could take take oh yeah you get Yeah you can have you can ask for. A declaratory relief action but you you don't have standing for one thing and it's. A, huge mess it, is, it's a very expensive process and you're going to need lawyers involved in emotion has, to be filed just don't get a ticket Kevin I just scream at the horses that's all you can. Do yell at the, horses, and try, to? Scare them and hopefully? They'll bolt and. People. Will be? Thrown off the horses and if you're very lucky it'll? Be, thrown. Off bridges That's that's what you, wanna do maybe maybe not Fell is that fell or the'll. Hey fell. Right, welcome to handle on the law thanks Bill. Hey so I've got a question about fear use I'm interested in doing a, starting a nonprofit, where I would create educational. Material distribute via YouTube so it'd, be publicly available I make it available for free and but I would want to use entire songs and maybe even entire videos or. Segments from old TV shows and things like that and it's part of. This, courses in this program I would lay out okay and and? You're not in and, no money is being paid not that it matters but it just, throwing up there right throwing, up there, and I I, was going to actually. You, know create a nonprofit. Create my own. Nonprofit well I got news fell it doesn't matter you can't do that without. Permission of the people that owned the copyright? So but how do educational institutions. That are credited For example. I mean they get away. With, you, can. Have fair use of making us. All it. Depends, on fair use I don't know how that. Works but if you're talking about accredited educational you can I don't know the, law on this, and I don't know how. It works but I know you, can't do it because you're an individual in EMU create nonprofit unless there an exemption a law that I don't know about and ferry. And fair use pretty complicated stuff for example if you're a if you're. News, outlet and you're running something as and you're putting it out? As news that fair, use for example in my talk radio show fair use when we're, doing bumpers introducing various segments, we get, we get fifteen, seconds right after that's. It, that's fair use so. You want to. Talk to a copyright attorney on this but I think you're out of luck. I think you're just dead out of luck Patricia hi Patricia welcome Elderly and dad has a credit card debt of probably. Twenty five thousand dollars mom has her own credit cards. In her own name they don't sign together on their card, when he passes well they go after. Her for, his debt they might they might because their argument is going to be that when, the application was made the reliance was on, both. Of, their. Incomes Okay. Are you have to look at you have to look at, the original application and the original application. Application if. It's only him and only using his income and she doesn't she's not even mentioned, then I think your dad should be okay Okay so when. He passes, there for your mom? Should. Be okay yeah that's the original? But they don't go after dead people Patricia I mean they went for. Twenty five gram they might but then you just tell these people. That your mom has, no money I mean does she have money She's got no money. Okay and, how does she live Well that's why they, might try to go after. The, house, after she. Go, it's hard now it's hard no no. It's hard I I. Don't think I'd worry. About. It I think you're fine Yeah This is handle on the. Law Julie Slater in the KFI, newsroom what's the latest firefighters have been working nonstop to put out the fire in the Cleveland national, forest even as some of their own homes are threatened Janney Wilkins with the forest service has a house in the mandatory evacuation? Zone Evacuated. Over families, say we're coming back to work woken, says four of her colleagues at the rebuke ranger station are also in, the vaccine to be honest with you I think my property is definitely under really back on my..
"la river" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"But there's not a lot of development it doesn't quite look like the americana brand yet or doesn't quite look like farmers market is not been a lot has been very little we've seen a lot of development along now sweetheart we've not we've not seen a lot of development i know what a lot of development looks like and that's not we've seen a lot of development along the upper river near griffith park near dodger stadium near chinatown there's been almost dodger stadium what who's seen any improvement in the la revenue dodgers stadium near dodger stadium near chinatown there's been almost a complete revitalization along that area i'd love to see that because so far i have not seen any of it and i drive through that area probably i don't know maybe once a week that's gonna feel trapped yeah let's go see how great the la river what some park near down or near a chinatown but it's river its borders it i wouldn't say it's in the ever but there is that that big park downtown i think it's the grand park or the one near city hall there's that part but that's not feeling that's nowhere near the river there's been almost a complete revitalization along that area no no no no no no there hasn't there hasn't i i'm telling you that complete revitalization are is a huge term for what happened i think they're calling the bike path revitalization because there is a bike path bike path yes right but that's not a thunder of developed.
Sinclair slams critics, defends viral forced 'false news' speech
"Spokesman for the mendocino county sheriff's office said that they believed that at least one felony was committed and we don't know what that is because he didn't specify but he was talking in the context of the social service authorities in washington state having opened the case the weekend before they were found the friday before they were found on monday and we don't know if that pertains directly to some sort of abuse or if there was some some other issue that was going on this is you know piecing together this story after the deaths is making it is making it difficult coming up next there's been a lot of talk today about sinclair broadcasting a lot of anchors reciting the same script some people are calling at trump propaganda it is odd but it was an edict that went out from this broadcaster that it's anchors read this on the air and it seems they already kind of around the same time on the air and makes for some from some interesting puppet video viewing gary and shannon will continue amy king has an update on the us stocks have been taking a dive after china raise tariffs on some us products including pork that made a big dent in tyson stocks amazon is taking more losses and other recent market leaders like alphabet microsoft and boeing her also dropping the dow is off more than six hundred points this morning a boy who disappeared in griffith park has been found alive along the one thirty four freeway he was found in a sewage pipe near the one thirty four and five this morning about twelve hours after he disappeared thirteen year old jesse hernandez was with his family for their easter tradition day in the park jesse and his cousins came across an abandoned maintenance building about four thirty yesterday afternoon and we're jumping on some wooden planks when one of the planks broke jesse fell about twenty five feet into a four foot wide drainage pipe that fire officials say feeds to the la river the closed sewage pipe system is amazed with stretches hundreds of feet long and varying depths of water moving at about fifteen miles per hour were search and rescue crews worked through tonight in search for jessie michael krozier kfi news california's attorney general has sued one of the state's largest hospital systems edgy heavier sarah says sutter health has been engaging in anticompetitive business practices that unfairly drove up costs for patients.
Frantic search for teen who apparently fell into sewage pipe
"And madam pan to help employees get to work in watertown doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time five oh one emergency crews in los angeles still searching this morning after a thirteen year old boy falls into a drainage pipe jesse anandas was playing at a park with his cousins yesterday when he ran over to an abandoned maintenance building and fill through wooden plank covering a twenty five foot pipe officials say the sewage system run hundreds of feet and feeds into the la river since it was too hazardous for rescuers to enter themselves a camera attached to a flotation device was sent into the pipes the search is ongoing we'll continue to update you throughout the day here on wbz tens of thousands of public school teachers in kentucky arizona and oklahoma are planning to walk out and head to their state capitals today is abc's daria albinger tells us the rallies come after a nine day strike held last month by west virginia teachers demanding higher wages david duval with the oklahoma education association says the l keep schools closed until teachers get what they need and after one day it could go on two days three days a week who knows says they want lawmakers to restore educational funding.
"la river" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"So who cares but i just i'm tired of it it's only thing we can do look let me explain something about how this country works you are now a sucker if you pay these god damn fines and they got damn tickets because listen you tell me what's more grievous a guy by the lake drinking stroz glass bottle and not paying a fine or somebody just buying a tent in pitching it on any sidewalk in any park and in front of the governor's house and wherever they want and literally just living in the street and terms of like what's more agree gis is it going ten miles an hour over the posted speed limit a rolling through four way stop sign or living outdoors and never paying taxes so now that we've set a precedent that we may just live wherever we like you'd go down to big five go get a tent head down to the la river the wash or go to any nearby sidewalk i would suggest santa monica it's the climate is nice over there find a piece of park land now mind you if you drinking beer out of a glass bottle or not at that park you will get a citation and if you're throwing the football at that park you may get a citation and if you're smoking at that park you make it a citation but if you're merely living in defecating and not paying taxes in the park well then go ahead if you're dogs office lease or extension cord going to find right right but well if it's off the extension cord you won't get fined because you have no accounts right so now that we've set this precedent that you may go to any park you like and live there but you'll get a ticket if you crack a beer well then you'd be a sucker to pay when they hit you with the fine for the beer so what i would suggest to all the taxpayers is this go fuck it fuck it everyone's buckled live it everywhere everyone shitting everywhere do whatever they want to do we pull over people the have no license no proven shares have no anything they just let them go we don't come.
"la river" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Wakeup call we put up there a fun little photo of what not to do other made for a hell of a story but you shouldn't do it 'cause you're gonna get in trouble police had to stop three guys from using the la river like a lazy little river yesterday come on the weather was beautiful i could see how these guys could have been drawn to do this although you're dumb because you're gonna get in trouble like i said news helicopters in took notice yesterday afternoon when a giant inflatable pink flamingo started floating down the river you guys have seen these those oversized they're like giant palm trees or it'll be a flamingo or something well apparently these three guys thought yesterday was so beautiful when i'd take a little float down the river on guys got his shirt off looks like they've got some snacks in there maybe even like a big old school boombox in there may be any who the guys he was kind of like one of those like police chases in la except for if you can imagine there were cop cars sort of just going slowly along the la river kind of flanking this flamingo anyway so police they didn't know what to do because they didn't know if the guys on the raft needed help or if they needed to talking to you about trespassing so thankfully they got the guys to stop somehow in the men were ordered to cease and deflates check out the photo funding kfiam640com keyword wakeup call all right when we come back it was supposed to be our business buzz with cnbc's guy dominy but we understand that he has just gotten called into a meeting or stuck in a meeting of some sort so we're gonna do a little bit of a shuffle here this morning but i am going to tell you the story for sure about the housing crisis that we could be entering into and it could be nationwide that is not good right now let's check traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center take a look at the fifty seven antimad var fifty seven south right.
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"The leader of the group rikolagunnar sweet saying the movie studios 50 billion dollars deeper debt than previously thought also more breaking news gary cohn is resigning as president trump's top economic advisor in a dispute over the a trade war situation it's to forty four back with dna francis and a turn and i am i wish i artzi we're talking about the la river for so long a concrete dividing line that's now being softened and bridged at least it is in some stretches but follow the la river south from downtown and you will find very few attractive green bolts would you find when you when you when you go to the river it it until you a huge cement channel uh with the occasional a pen of bought of green that may be coming through cracks in the pavement marc lopez heads a group called east yard communities for environmental justice their groups spearheaded a lot of the work around the lead contamination in the soil caused by the exide battery recycling plant and vernon but they also focus on the river for example they lead toxic tours by bicycle of some of the more polluted parts of the lower ellie river going from boyle heights in east la all the way to long beach you find folk down there you know from kid core or a plane in the channel um to you know high school cross country pain who are running on the river for practive um to algiers who are kind of getting their steph pin and then of course um folks war biking abut which you also notices that uh a large amount of of the river uh we have industry up against the river um and so one of the big issues we have here thoughtfully ep industrial runoff and then we should ads diesel said the 710 see way yeah so.
"la river" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A a before picture than after bombing from vis vis for people are the can't see this as radio we're looking for ways that we can enhance the river mark stanley is with the rivers patten's conservancy and is a leader on the project they come together right at this point he says the lower la revitalization plan would be a huge boost to river communities really will be an extension of their backyard in terms of recreation in terms of destroying in the evening or the opportunity for businesses be located along the river the plan would transform nineteen miles of the la river from vernon to long beach creating recreational areas ingathering spaces for the community from vernon to long beach after they want to extend the la river and put up shops and hotels windows paul run from vernon to long beach creating recreational areas and gathering spaces for the community in all there are a hundred and 45 enhancement projects planned to the solve these is the most park poor area within los angeles as county this is a major asset to bring parks into the lower half of the la revert federal signature projects are on the table including multi used trails and walkways and bridge parks bridges don't half the just before automobiles in trucks to cross bridges can be an opportunity for us to put a park on it actually all we have to do is widened the bridge make it more pedestrianfriendly bicyclists can go across that people can actually sit on a bridge it we can bringing of vegetation it would really connect both sides at a river people we spoke to welcome the.
"la river" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And amanda pretruce itch is mainly known as a music critic but she's a person of wide interest she's written for the new yorker about kid rocks campaign for the senate and about spending the night in donald trump's childhood home which had been listed on airbnb and if you ask what she's watching these dais it's not exactly any material season one of the television series jackass are you familiar yes can wait related to the movie uh well the tv show that eventually berthed the movie at aired on mtv for two years in two thousand two thousand one and i believe that went off the air in two thousand two i was starring dining johnny knoxville in in his kind of crew of sort of skate punks and as we will gone awry bears the best damn rose zero there ever was made in the whole i and they basically just sort of you know trampled each other for sports my name is china's today on what has on the la river on rollers the entire show is kind of comprise of the short skits in which they would set up sort of pratt falls for each other it will await they weren't just pratfalls incredibly painful that's true i think i'm understating it i mean they're just shove it's it's sort of buddies shoving each other and shopping carts and then launching shopping carts across parking lots says lazaga icicle years yeah the oliver icicle years yeah laughs kind of emerged from a place within me that i didn't know i could access on our watch it it's so this is for you at the three stooges was for me absolutely yeah yeah i think so i think it's very similar yet kind of humor okay now we've we've watched two guys run around a parking lot and in and try to destroy themselves what's next i wanna just returned from a trip to albania and prior to departure i read a book called high albania by writer named edith durham durham was sort of born of british aristocracy is she was the kind of wellgroomed woman through fancy family or father was a surgeon the choose adventurous woman and she in nineteen of eight cheese set sail for albania and wrote this sort of wild i kind of.
"la river" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The la river eric or study at the photographer for eric are saidi and these these three people in this picture and those three people notice the woman standing in the water with the kayakers is only up to her shins in water her that's a man oh if that's if a gain that person a man okay that man in his hook i'm assuming and again maybe that's not my place totti union identifies as it is an excellent excellency seventeen i missed i have got to show you something called the gender bread man okay have you seen what their gender bread man is now all have to redesign the rightness a little note to myself and come back to gender bread man okay that picture that you have up there of the man's man woman slash q that's from the la riverboat race and it shows literally to kayakers and said race with the water up to his slash her shin well thus this was i think that's a picture from last year oh this year's la river boat race was on saturday guys there is a massive amount of fecal matter in the water and they're trying to decide how did the bacteria levels get so high auto all they because people who live in the river okay hand and everyone's dog poop zone every street in every corner of los angeles and if there is ever overrun on your sprinklers god forbid it's going to push the pu down the street in to the a river something's happening with the river are one moore little kids coming for quite sure what's going on la river currently as the highest level of bacteria that they've ever seen since the group heal the bay began monitoring riversides a couple of years ago it's like rio up in there a forgot about that the high influx of bacteria likely due to poor upstream water quality can increase the risk of eur infections do you know what has to happen for you to get water in your ear in the la river you gotta put your head down near the water or it could just splash out or you let somebody splash year yep neither of which you should you doing want fecal matter in your ear life lesson.