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"las angeles" Discussed on First Things First
"<hes> season. he's and after that another four thousand touch them before he even gets any new money? Now I grew up in single parent home. My mom race seven kids now. My mom was amazing and when she see we're Cook Dinner. My mom would always not eat all the other kids would be able to eat and everything and lot of times. My mom wouldn't have anything Zeke said listen. I liked Chris's says mom. I need to eat the reason why I'm eating. All I'm going to eat. I all right right ain't concerned about deck. I know we came into the League together. I know we traded for more. Khanate my problem. I know you signed great offensive linemen that ain't my Prom Zeke is making sure because of the wear and tear and what's happening in Los Las Angeles with Todd Gurley. If Todd Gurley was healthy had played in the playoffs and the Super Bowl and the narrative was a little bit different. I think Zeke's camp would be a little bit different but when you see him nick and he's a shell ovens player and come a year and a half when the rams come to cutting are asked him for pay reduction best. That's what Zeke is not trying to be in that same category so I believe this. This is going to be ugly man. They gotta make highest paid and they've made that a priority already. Let's see who's going to win. Not Jerry Jones is going to give the quarterback the extinction I I if you make the priority. Does that mean that you have to make him. The highest paid quarterback. tobacco leaf or pay in twenty five thirty million dollars. Can't you say the best plan is team. Zeke pay him the highest. Maybe Dax the one that takes a bit of a deck snuggle. Take a pay cut. I mean Jerry Jones Jones has got deck on the cheap for the first three years deal. He was a fourth round draft pick. He was a thousand air not a millionaire so I mean this is dax first bite at the apple with Ezekiel Elliott. Oh Oh look at this situation to say that that's the insurance policy for the investment that you're about to make with your quarterback. If you'RE GONNA pay Dak Prescott thirty billion dollars a year plus I want the the very best version of Dak Prescott. You're not gonna see that without Ezekiel Elliott. That's not gonNA happen so I mean you look at the situation. You prioritize it the quarterback obviously by nature of the position. position. He's gotTa be first in line but to me. The next one has got to be Ezekiel Elliott. I know I traded a first round draft. Pick for Mark Cooper but it's not like I care franchise. Amari Cooper grafting them off the hook. Amari told him I'm not worried about exactly so I mean that's the perfect scenario for Jerry Jones. All you have to do is take care of your running back and then you'll have the opportunity opportunity to address a Maury after this season but you gotta get Zeke in. Everybody recognizes between the three triplets on that team the position that has the shortest shelf fly is the running back spot. That's why Zeke has more urgency to get his money. Now and Jerry wants a title. He's gotTa make takes care and Jenna to your question that they They are not gonNa make deck the highest paid quarterback in the League but they also have no shot at getting in twenty five million per like right now high-speed quarterback leagues at thirty five million per the Dax camp is looking at Carson winces deal and saying that plus x because they the same draft class same individuation decks played every game. He's been to the playoffs twice. He's won a playoff game and they don't care that Carson Wentz to the his second Atas in played better. Will they would arguing not they would argue that you can't be better if you're not playing you agent so he's represented yeah. I mean and so the and so where when you see that Carson Wentz got four for one on Twenty Eight. That's thirty two million dollars a year. I think right now the cowboys would be would be thrilled if Dak said all take the same contract contract and that's where you start getting very expensive..
Taking a look at the pros and cons of Jimmy Butler in Miami
"I'd like to know why and how jimmy butler turn down three clearly better teams in a clearly better contract like why did he do that when he could have been at the epicenter of co wise guy he could have been collides guy instead of paul george they would have been in las angeles like i'd love to know what have you seen it reported yet why turn down three clearly better situation now it's been could be we were actually just talking about it it's very confusing but the miami heat that proven that a this is a franchise that can assemble those star teams even though that seems passe now after what why did soak in houston houston good at it too hot but he hasn't really spoken i'm sure they pitch them on a plan what the plan was once they got him on the books with the plan is for next off season the off season after that the new mb ea is you don't really have a look at the free agent contracts anthony davis wasn't a free agent and he held the league up so you just have to get the superstar to make a stink i'm looking into bradley beal let's go i know you're a little too classy for this but you gotta go make it very clear august it drawbridge did it for the heat drug it's did it because he wanted to be here dockage adorable drug which made a messy press he made he made a poop yeah he made a coupla you'd rather have building westbrook yes oh see i get what you're saying is more efficient all that stuff but westbrook is he's not fairplay watching the holy granted a probably only lasted a year and a half because man one of your shortsighted it's gotta be over west brow get out of here make it happen riley an heiress in an alice berg it's hard it's hard jobs not understand the hard cap you don't understand the not my job to understand a hard cap it's their job to figure out how to make me happy and i want russell westbrook so make me happy all right it's gonna be hard working out detroit disconnected do already i've been saying the pat riley can get this done for the longest time prove me right prove me right yeah you've been you've been backing up the bills thing is interesting because even if he makes us think he's under contract for two years now anthony davis just sort of did this bradley beal isn't gonna get that same sort of hall i imagine he's gonna make it very evidence of the washington wizards that there's only one team he'd sign an extension worth at miami and he's been way too classy way to if you want him so bad get everybody i that's that's a deal where you're actually gonna have to give up some of these younger assets they could get excited about and pay amount of vitamin tyler hero because you're that's gonna be a competitive market and i just don't see how you make that deal mike unless you take the john wall contract tracked and you do not take that contract or good though width wall is the only place that stops you your good with the timeline on all of these contracts being freed up lashed next year and a bad free agent you're you're good with its sped up even if it becomes in feels like the marlins that year with a one year they had money they just went after the guys that happened to be available and then you're putting together the hodgepodge of butler deal and westbrook just because you wanna get stars i got i got it you trade these assets to washington bradley beal and then you take on that bad contract of john wall which is why like forty million dollars you can't do all of that everybody kind of heart and then you flip that contract for someone else who's making forty million dollars named russell westbrook boom problem solve here that us burger did their job for you make it happen may get happy the same press he wants to get out from the russell westbrook contract contract they will get into the john wall contract through the make it happen ellsberg the same like it's it's arguably they only contract in the league that's worse than that
Clippers' shocking moves for Kawhi Leonard, Paul George shake up the NBA
"We have to start with the news that you see see broke on friday night collide leonard is going home the two time finals mvp signed a four year deal with the los angeles clippers worth a hundred forty one million dollars joining him six time all star paul george wasn't she the clippers they traded five first round picks to pitch swaps end to players get pg thirteen see i have to start with you you've been all over this from the beginning you got the call from uncle danny what was your reaction to all of this i was totally shocked i was totally shocked but i had been informed the whole way but all three teams would be involved but by be i was shocked that only the deflected the clippers but i was shocked at some of the intel how he reached stop the kevin durant's in really made a a passing up plead for kevin the rat the join him with the clippers kevin the rat the signing joined the size of the joined kyrie irving gonna go to the brooklyn nets then how he immediately moved off of kevin durant's compared to just joining the already made the big three there in las angeles everyone thought was a done deal or even a short term deal going back to toronto he stay for a quiet guy does a lot of talk and he talked to paul george force paul george to go to his employer in force his way out of this second team they build a force his way out of it in in three years to me why leonard in how aggressive he was you asked me a question on friday would we learn about co why i didn't think i would learn that much but men how aggressive he was in how he took charge of the situation to build a control his own fate but ultimately only it was just like kyri and i had mentioned this a couple of times he wanna go back home in the clippers the clippers they wouldn't let the girl go now hey man they made eyes on why last year when co why said he would play for the clippers and i don't know about embiid mbh office but the clippers during the season they stayed in contact they let the they lick co why no every single raptors game see much to the chagrin of some of the raptors front office there's someone they're all year long in a clippers team polo they had their their their analyst criticized why own tv you're out they fired him so it was everything behind the scenes the the clippers had the ban is we thought toronto head and listen i understand the trade all these unprecedented but you cannot look it they the clippers gave up that paul george they gave up that paul george end collide leonard leonard you got the reigning finals mvp and maybe the next best two way wing in the league a top five player and now also a top fifteen player that's the price of that both on long term deal in i think it's very important the knicks pulling winco why leave the meeting with the clippers he tells them if you get paul george on come i'm coming but he i think they also know whether it was saturday not if you don't i'm not we did learn a lot we learn why does not want be easiest path possible but he also does not want an impossible path signing with the clippers we're second best players lou williams or gallo or patrick beverley however you slap them would have put you the
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three years and one thing that i that quickly came to my attention at that finding off box take photos is no easy task and i would spend hours and hours researching doubting 'em for the photo ops while on my travels end two years ago i went on an eight day trip to sedona and i did research didn't scouting locations beforehand i thought i would just kind of run into a lot of gorgeous gorgeous spots what you do but it was a high traffic season the sun was setting i really wanna take a couple awesome photos gay come with me and i said out loud i wish there was an app that led me to the exact location of the best photo op near me at get another ad from that streamlined that or created like me so before you tell us about how you actually win about making this up tell us about yourself and what you know what do you do for a living what were you were what were you doing reliving before you got started on making it up yeah so before everything i i oughta rock background so i worked for new dot com and online video store in columbia missouri after i graduated from school and then after competing on them if you're a state stayed with my fully understood the power of social media andy opportunity to connect people across the globe so that is when i started my blog just continue connecting with other end of it now my job so i get to partner with national brands to promote whatever product they're pushing at that moment that a lot of fun what's the name of your blog rebecca marie okay so now you've decided to create a map and it's a pretty ambitious so how do you how do you go about creating up yeah so you know i have never been in the tech space before so i felt like every step i took with a very slow stuff because they had so much to learn so i run a lot of books watch a lot of videos read a lot of articles just trying to understand the process an i think the first first up is the build the right team so finding a developer finding a designer finding a web developer just building your team and finding people who did it and to get the app and get your overall methods that you want to send and then having been taken under their wing kind of fine with it so that took a lot of time to find the right team but once i did it was a very quick process of just getting things done line figuring out the division but we want the user experience a look like and and how we can best serve our users once cities are you represented me up now so we launched a new city every single week so it will look very different next month but it looked right now but you're gonna end up i can't okay so we've got austin we have boston chicago kansas city las vegas las angeles not so new york portland san diego san francisco sedona end next week insider to relaunching ballot holdout where where did you get all your pictures where did you get all your dues yeah so a lot of it comes from scouting and hours and hours of research so we have an incredible at the contributors who we have 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Report Details Conditions at Border
"This week a report from the department of homeland security details pour conditions at border patrol stations along the southern border the release of the report came after democratic credit lawmakers visited the border and denounced conditions there joining me now it'd be a skype from las angeles is wall street journal reporter alicia caldwell alicia let's start with that visit earlier this week we heard from lawmakers who detailed what they saw at the border there as well is reports of a private facebook group including current and former u s border patrol agents will tell us right so it's it's not that in the past week for the us border patrol said members of congress democrats went down to do you all paso area ensured facilities there in came away with this sort of dark impression of what these facilities are end as one member described it he he said it was a representative castro said it was jail like shoot to be clear you is in jail these border patrol facilities he's holding cells are just that their cells that said they were never built with the intention of housing people were more than a few hours occasionally back you know in the eighties nineties in an early in the mid thousands they would hold people overnight if somebody was apprehended in the middle of the night but generally it was an in and out situation because they were built at a time when the overwhelming majority jordy of of illegal border crossers those encountered by the border patrol were single men from mexico you know occasionally you'd have women but generally was mostly single men an end the overwhelming majority of people were from mexico in in the in cases of those arrests border patrol could process them in and remove and back to mexico within hours you can't do that with with unaccompanied children and you can't do that with families generally who are are asking for a us island rather protections in usa there's a lot of laws and and strictures on how children are supposed to be held in government care or custody including but not limited to rules that prohibit the government from holding onto children unaccompanied children prolonged within seventy two hours in those holding facility in internal government rules have a seventy two hour limit forgetting everybody out of those border patrol stations because again they're they're not built for four overnight or prolong prolong stays there snow shower there's new kitchen in these facilities there there might be a break room generally in any border patrol station but it's not a kitchen it's not a cafeteria there's no real bathrooms there's a toilet in each cinder or block cell and opt in sync although members of congress imported that things were not working at least until they were in there is no running water other than in the toilet that's not a good situation for anybody border patrol has said they don't want people there that long they certainly children and families there that long but they're stuck because they can't move them out of the system can't release children on their own they say in and they can't just release adults and families although be agency is releasing families to non government agencies shelters across you know all along the border from san diego to brownsville texas communities you're being inundated by the release of families to local shelters unleashed did they report from the homeland security department to reiterate or confirmed the conditions that lawmakers reported earlier in the week it did it it's you know at least the second such report on border patrol facility they raise the red flag in may they're raising it again again based on spot visits this time in the rio grande valley they described standing room only conditions for adults again in children and families or children and adults had been held far beyond seventy two hour limits in one
"las angeles" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And we'll find out who paid the six and a half billion dollars to get their kid to college. We've got Amy king of the news KFI AM, six forty. I feel Weston HD two Las Angeles, Orange County. I heard radio station. More exposed I'm Amy King Live from the KFI. Twenty four hour newsroom. Another six hundred sixty people at Cal State LA have been notified they were exposed to measles. LA county department of public health director Barbara Ferrer says the university was able to provide another list of people who use the computers in the library on the day in question at this point in time. We've cleared two hundred fifteen of the six hundred sixty folks that were using the computers by just matching their names to the state registry. For air says the number of people quarantined at UCLA has dropped to under fifty news. Brought to you by exceleye dot com. State lawmakers have been trying to close some vaccine loopholes that we give the state the final say over exemptions. Instead of doctors has passed through a committee this week, even as hundreds of anti vaccine activists showed up in Sacramento to argue against the legislation the measures designed to stop doctors from granting unnecessary exemptions LA county supervisor Hilda says she supports the Bill. That there are some doctors who have been offering unwarranted medical exemptions. For capital debate comes thirty cases of the measles have been reported in California this year, six of those LA county, Chris ancarlo KFI news new information has come out about an ex-con arrested for a double murder in Newport Beach, Irvine police have been chasing demand bugs before an arrest. Relating to a forty eight hour attempted burglary spree bugs was booked yesterday on suspicion of killing a man and a woman who were found Sunday inside a locked condo in Newport Beach. Sources say the two were shot to death bugs runs a personal training company and has several fitness videos on social media court records show, the man's felony conviction is from before two thousand and related to domestic violence. But that he has a domestic violence restraining order from earlier this year in Orange County corporate Carson KFI news. Disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has appeared in court in New York. But Aaron Katersky says reporters were not allowed the judge sealed the courtroom as lawyers argued over whether evidence of Weinstein's alleged. Sexual misconduct. That was not criminally charged can.
"las angeles" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"las angeles" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"That everything's gonna be right. And I think that's what moms or four anyhow, I'm okay, happy thanksgiving happy thanksgiving from all of us. K. HD two Las Angeles, Orange County radio station. Maybe a little buyer's remorse. Son, Michael should pay live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Some LA city council. Members say they have remorse over the DWP's. Ratepayer advocate. Don't think we're getting our money's worth at three hundred thousand dollars a year. I was one of the people that advocated for the position. Galvin Paul Koretz says no one would notice if red pickled took a year off courts is pushing for a performance review before pickle is operatives five year contract. And of course, has plenty of other people would do a better job advocating for ratepayers a fire burning in northern California that killed at least eighty three people is now eighty percent containing the fire destroyed more than thirteen thousand homes have burned more than one hundred fifty three thousand acres since it started earlier this month. Forecasters predict heavy rain up in that area this week which is expected to help knock down the fire. The expanded rain is also raised concerns about possible flash flooding like we have here. We'll have a little bit more on that in just moment. Malibu soon to be mayor is out of the hospital back at work after being hurt in the fire that burned in LA and Ventura counties had fire now one hundred percent contained Zuma J as he's known is spent time in the ICU while being treated for smoke inhalation and carbon monoxide poisoning. He was hurt trying to protect his home in Lago canyon. Mine survived the fire..
"las angeles" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"las angeles" Discussed on Jen Gotch is OK...Sometimes
"Hello world i was trying to figure out he'll be like hello las angeles or hello listeners but then i was like let's just let's broaden shoot for the stars okay so we wanna feel better great this this episode is actually based off a conversation i had with one of my very favorite people on the planet who will remain nameless but you know who you are and she was not she wasn't feeling great like many people myself included she was feeling overwhelmed at the proposition here we go wow i don't even think i'm minute in and i've already unsure of words so that's cool the task at hand feeling better is so overwhelming it's like what do i even do and obviously i was like sit down i could tell you exactly what to do because i've been i've been trying to feel better than i was born and i actually think getting closer now that doesn't mean that i always feel good or that i stopped doing things like negative self talk and self sabotage and all of that because i'm a person and i'm not perfect hopefully very listen to that up sowed the myth of perfection but anyways these are the these are the basics this is this is what we talked about in chief found it very helpful and tells let me record an episode about it also let me just say that i feel like each of the thing each of the things i'm going to talk about could probably have their own episode so if you if you're like yes i want to know more about that jan please tell us more you know i will oblige because i love to talk and i'm always trying to think about what's the next best thing to doc about got distracted for a second because i'm recording this and my bedroom in my studio bedroom we're the only cool thing that happens in their in their in here where we is where we are is me recording nothing else cool could be recorded in here so i turned my fan off because i couldn't tell if it was making noise or not and i got distracted by the sweat that is starting to congregate behind the back of my legs and then drip down the legs so yeah i don't have central air hashtag forbes okay so this is also kind of the order in which i would approach the feeling better you know there's for me i think some of these things i was doing when i was younger but i really kind of jumped into therapy pretty quickly and then obviously like medication and stuff which i which i all i'm a huge believer in you already know that and if this is the episode you started listening to me with guess what i loved their be and i love psychiatry and i love pretty much anything that will help i'm always trying new things but i think some of the stuff is easier it might be less expensive it could yield immediate positive results and then you can gain some emotional intelligence and some self awareness and then take all that with you to therapy and it might cut the amount of time that you have to spend there so that's what i would recommend who am i to say just a middle aged woman who has been battling this stuff for a long time anyways you know something that's come up a lot and came up in our conversation was like really what is true wellness and self care because there's this you know trend of self care and listen i have a consumer products business so i understand like how appealing that is to just dig into candles and bubble bath stuff and scrubs and face masks and you know just there's a danger in identifying that as true self care i think it's a piece of it absolutely i always feel better after a bubble bath than i did before i always feel like i did something nicer myself when i scrub my face and put on a face mask and take care of my skin and my body and my insides but i think there i think the idea that that's going to solve the problems is a little a little off and the the sense that in my mind you can just you may just be putting a band aid on something and you.
"las angeles" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch
"My god bubba lito i am so excited to be part of the las angeles let tino into international film festival that i get that right outside for you know sun international latino film festival we are okay honored to be in the company of fellow lad next podcasters let's look at us so amazing i just went to one of the parties girl those girls are on point the look everything and we're going to be discussing viva this mash hid show from stars so if you haven't seen it once again google loca watch it and come and join us on june twenty third we're going to be part of this panel where we're going to interview some of the actors and the director and is going to be fantastic oh my gosh i'm so excited especially because i am a look amora so just to be on a panel title with my la and the and we're going to be interviewing the creator and the some of the cast like it's beyond in this chinese theater wave so anyway we're going to be given a giveaway we're going to be doing a giveaway right yeah dietz on that stay tuned on this weekend we're going to give away we have several several pairs of tickets for a screening of sun throw control several mile which is going to happen on sunday june twenty four also in the chinese theater i'm going to give you all the details so stay tuned to our instagram latinos who launch and we're going to do a giveaway so please please please stay tuned for those free tickets and our panel is free to sign up ahead of time so google look putting the governor's got on those didn't it.
"las angeles" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!
"Mental complexes that all impinge on a given moment but if we could break out of that mold somehow in live in like a non linguistic or non reflective or non imaginative state mean it sounds pretty fucking crazy i mean isn't that what we at least be jacked onto animals like isn't that what we think like the way that an animal just enjoys a fucking the same food that they've had a thousand times or the way that an animal gets so excited to see you coming home from work whereas i don't know when your chick comes home from work or your dude comes home from work are you as excited that fucking dog is no man because dogs are better because they don't have all that fucking that's right listrik baggage dogs the baggage that's the thing that hungry and that is why you don't fuck with a man's dog and on that we're going to end the podcast so thank you guys for joining me greg and austin world can we find you guys on the internet you can find me greg the grouch on twitter are greg comedy instagram and austin you can hit me up on twitter austin underscore hayden ha who'll hit me up at outweighs crack or at father of woody on instagram and just want to let you guys know if you have a second to give us a review on itunes it would mean the world to us really really really helps us out and it would be very meaningful to greg austin and i so thank you for those of you who are leaving us review and that's about it for today so thank you guys and we'll see you next week next week by the way we are doing the matrix reloaded oh awesome all right all right yeah all right so you guys thank you so much peace son and off from las angeles later.
"las angeles" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And what it takes to green light a that is not easy to green light a project is a really really big deal well they are behind this aren't they and i think that's a statement that this community should be proud of but also really needs to take note of absolutely it's it's absolutely extraordinary the level of support that we have there you know these aren't these aren't just guys who you know recognize that you can make a lot of money in the field if you if you do it right these are guys who genuinely care about waving awareness and and and telling the truth about these issues in fact i i didn't see a single ufo during the entire making of unacknowledged i saw my first ufo when i got back las angeles and i went out with one of the orchard executive their vp of paranormal and we went out dodger stadium to a ufo contact event and that's where i saw my head that's why i had my first cited so these guys are the real deal and we were very nervous you know about working with big studio we talk about in the film how can controlled so much of the media is and hollywood and how you know these kinds of stories can be manipulated or killed so you know we were very hesitant but we were we were surprised in a very good way in the best possible way that we have some true allies and position of power now let's go ahead and get this out of the way right now you're right in the middle of production of your next film for the orchard and sony.
"las angeles" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And what it takes to green light a that is not easy to green light a project is a really really big deal well they are behind this aren't they and i think that's a statement that this community should be proud of but also really needs to take note of absolutely it's it's absolutely extraordinary the level of support that we have their you know these aren't these aren't just guys who you know recognize that you can make a lot of money in the field if you if you do it right these are guys who genuinely care about raising awareness and and and telling the truth about these issues in fact i i didn't see a single ufo during the entire making of unacknowledged i saw my first ufo when i got back las angeles and i went out with one of the orchard executive their vp paranormal and we went out dodger stadium to a ufo contact event and that's where i saw my head my if i had my first sighting so these guys are the real deal and we were very nervous you know about working with a big studio we talk about in the film how controlled so much of the media is in hollywood and how you know these kinds of stories can be manipulated or killed so you know we were very hesitant but we were we were surprised in a very good way in the best possible way that we have some true allies in a position of power now let's go ahead and get this out of the way right now you're right in the middle of production of your next film for the orchard and sony.
"las angeles" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"And what it takes to green light a that is not easy to green light a project is a really really big deal well they are behind this aren't they and i think that's a statement that this community should be proud of but also really needs to take note of absolutely it's it's absolutely extrordinary the level of support that we have there you know these aren't these aren't just guys who you know recognize that you can make a lot of money in the field if you if you do it right these are guys who genuinely care about raising awareness and and and telling the truth about these issues in fact i i didn't see a single ufo during the entire making unacknowledged i saw my first when i got back las angeles and i went out with one of the orchard executive their vp of paranormal and we went out dodger stadium to a ufo contact event and that's where i saw my if i had my first cited so these guys are the real deal and we were very nervous you know about working with a big studio we talk about in the film how can controlled so much of the media is hollywood and how you know these kinds of stories can be manipulated or killed so you know we were very hesitant but we were we were surprised in a very good way in the best possible way that we have some true allies in a position of power now let's go ahead and get this out of the way right now you're right in the middle of production of your next film for the orchard and sony what's the name of the film film.
"las angeles" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"We also have a major you know when we talk about the orchard and sony pictures and what it takes to green light of that is not easy to green light a project is a really really big deal well they are behind this aren't they and i think that's a statement that this community should be proud of but also really needs to take note of absolutely it's it's absolutely extraordinary the level of support that we have there you know these aren't these aren't just guys who you know recognize that you can make a lot of money in the field if you if you do it right these are guys who genuinely care about raising awareness and and and telling the truth about these issues in fact i i didn't see a single ufo during the entire making of unacknowledged i thought my first ufo when i got back las angeles and i went out with one of the orchard executive vp paranormal and we went out dodger stadium to a ufo contact event and that's where i saw my head i had my first sighting so these guys are the real deal and we were very nervous about working with a big studio you know we talk about in the film how controlled so much of the media is and hollywood and how you know these kinds of stories can be manipulated or killed so you know we were very hesitant but we were we were surprised in a very good way in the best possible way that we have some true allies position of power now let's go ahead and get this out of the way right now you're right in the middle of production of your next film for the orchard and sony.
"las angeles" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Large part of it now it obviously won't explain or give every answer to it's still a question but that's the first thing i would tell you here's jay los angeles rush from las angeles yeah great behavior from las angeles it's always great to get call from there yeah i'm surprised they allowed the call to get out of here for in the first place as you know i'm only three hundred eighty six miles south of your adopted hometown but the the kicker is i'm i'm forty three miles north of that ambulance chaser the democratic operative known as michael avenue ati and that's why i'm calling rush i'm really sick of this guy i'm sick of the stormy have an ati show and and everybody is treating avenue like some sort of hero and stormy is treating herself like she's some sort of victim billy point i wanna make to you is we got to put a nail in this coffin because it's severely under reported that stormy this her first foray into political stunts and i don't know if everybody knows about it but this is the same person who a lifelong democrats who ran against david vetter with another democratic operative back in the two thousand nine two thousand nine race against david bitter down in louisiana story was stormy was involved in that oh there's no doubt about it yeah she's anybody can you know search it up to you know take a look at it and stormy ran against david vetter actually she was originally i think some college kids drafted her but then she formed exploratory committee because we know stormy loves to explore just one of those things where once she saw that she had a chance to run she basically put her hat in the ring and said you know i'm gonna you know if people are gonna screw people for money she said she had some sort of slogan where you know she's gonna do it honestly and i'm like oh this is not honestly stormy you screw you you basically had a democratic operative handler that created a media circus to try to get david veteran knocked out of that race i remember i remember that i remember all of that i just i didn't know stormy daniels was at the center of it.
"las angeles" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Okay but maybe she was dom i don't know but there is video of her going into a room with this guy and then later coming out there's another guy that was in the room to he walked out she said that was break michaels by the way so brad was there apparently to according to this woman and that i ain't only raped her and abused her and all this kind of stuff and she filed three different times by the way and they're doing everything they can and so we ran just a logistics logistics like like let's pretend that i really wanted to go to philadelphia mississippi find somebody rape them and fly back las angeles okay how would all that work okay so we put together this trajectory of that day okay and that day by the way i happened to be with my fiance hoping her pick out wedding dresses because yet to sign in at one of these places right so that was two in the afternoon so i had to flown all night and drew driven like to like it was some ridiculous i would have had to go in get it done and get back on a flight that had no delays and there was like no way you could even do it you know the district attorney looked at it and said i can't even indict this guy and i'll indict fucking anybody but i can't indict this guy it's it's not even possible back to mississippi at all i did not have to god it was smart but it took like six weeks for the for the da to get to my case because he had like murder cases and all this stuff and he's listening to some testimonies some not woman trying to make money basically because what they found out was that she had hired two different civil attorneys because they knew they weren't going to get me on real any real charges because there wasn't anything i didn't do anything i never met her in my life but maybe they could twist my arm hard enough that they could other lawyers to commend try to get me to just give them shut up money and i said fuck no way i didn't i never met this person i've never.
"las angeles" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Competing concepts of themselves that they have mmhmm are they bottoming out they don't have their picks that there's really not that much of an incentive to do that rate are they a home for superstars well you know that's it's not always the kindest environment for superstars here in las angeles's got like a pretty tough you know you see what happened with all the guys in the clippers the cl the lakers ever had a superstar in awhile since kobi but there's something here where it's like our what do they have to do to make themselves attractive to a superstar arrival you don't think that chris paul is a superstar i don't think chris paul is ever we talked about these restaurants were said i don't think he was ever on the level of cobi no clearly not but i would say that he is a superstar i don't know if he's lovable um that that cough i somebody is a superstar is like me were tough to be loved don't you think they don't you think steps lovable i'll talk more superstar i when i went to oracle key to he terthe he like threw the ball to the wrath like a football and it like went a little bit right of the wrath and he turned to the crowd and he shrugged in like three sections could not stop laugh is yet it was incredible i've never seen anything like that before i think the that's uh people often talk about these tiers of players and to me superstar is actually doesn't always have to do with your scents and your basketball ability or like even how many rings you've warrior acid rain gang or or whatever ism that's almost hard to quantify okay and to me chris is not.
"las angeles" Discussed on The Watch
"Determine who gets cast what gets promoted what gets me though we find herself in this position where well we're struggling with this convergence of events everyone is i mean whether it's thanks to twitter or thank you on the political moment all of the walls are crashing in at the same time and so just use an example before we get into the bowl going some stuff that has happened this week since monday since monday monday morning almost is when the all these other stories started to break um is that you know we love the show we'd like talking about the show that he was looking forward to talking about the second season of the jusen having negative avid and torched pellicano said other writers and we admire it like it of unfriendly with on the show to talk about it one thing that's part of the story of the second season of the deuces james franco's a star that show yeah and even predict for you know previewing it discussing what it might be now we don't know what's going to happen with him or his career or we can't speak to the veracity of any of what's going on that's not our we wouldn't presumed to do so yeah so so i just i just anybody who's influx for anyone's not aware and he's referring to los angeles times report today that went into greater detail about some stories that had been circulating online and on twitter and some some various other places about franco's behavior specifically his behavior with people who attended his filmmaking school is acting school i think it was called stu you four that was based out of here and you can read las angeles times piece to find out the details about that but this obviously brings up a lot of conversations were as he was going through the golden globes ceremony wearing a times up pin winning for best actor in a musical or comedy having this kind of coronation there was also this counter narrative in this counter story happening about you know i i've not diet not sure what's gonna happen but it's it arguably his downfall you know what i mean at least for for the time being and he's been accused by at least five people.
"las angeles" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Into the details on this one which told me was very important to him but ultimately what he did sign was what we do here in las angeles county anyway uh we for follow the trust act and the truth act which is state laws already and we're able to train balance public safety with public trust i see so he gave them to the rest of the state will we had been to an all along in la county so we saw that is a concession that allowed us to be able to make it workable and what was actually in the bill that you guys objected to before the changes were made where he saw you both signed off on the initial bill was very prohibitive didn't allow much of any interaction with bill was very prohibitive didn't allow much of any interaction between local police and immigration and customs enforcement group and you know when you're in the nation we work with them every day on on issues of customs of issues of you know things coming in and going out of the country over there are also probably our best part coming in and going out of the country but where there are also probably our best partner for a working on sex trafficking issues though hsi is a tremendous partner to us so the and on task forces with ice and with other federal agencies who dealt at all with immigration will add likewise who would have not allowed ice to go into add likewise who would have not allowed to go into the jail system at all which meant that the people that they would have normally ahead interaction we go back into the neighborhoods that they had come from we only to re victimized the people lived in those neighborhoods and then likewise since i couldn't go into the jail they would go into the community than likewise since i couldn't go into the jail they would go into the community and they they acknowledged right from the beginning that there would be collateral damage in there they would not only arrest and dipped in that environment they would potentially go.