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Los Angeles - California To Halt Sale Of New Gas-Powered Passenger Vehicles In 2035
"Will ban the sale of new gas powered passenger cars and trucks starting in 2035. The executive order one of the most ambitious in the country, will require all new vehicles sold after that date to be zero emission. More from WW. Jay's Jeff Gilbert, California accounts for 11% of all vehicle sales and other states generally follow California's lead. All car makers are developing electric vehicles, but many customers have balked at higher prices and longer recharging time. The order is also likely to be challenged in court. This is
Los Angeles - California Battles Largest-Ever Fire As Tens Of Thousands Flee
"Battle the state's largest ever inferno was, tens of thousands of people fled blazes up and down the West Coast, and officials warn that the death toll could shoot up in coming days. We get more from reporter Rene Santos homes burnt to the ground. Years of memories gone, the North complex West's own fire, leaving people trapped. Among the now missing Kelly Burke because I tried calling her House phone's turned off and 16 year old Messiah. His mom who's out of state now scrambling to book a flight to California. I love you. Please call me Let mom know where you're at and Michelle rank or Aldridge is praying her sister Kelly is safe after flames ripped through her Bury Creek home of 20 years. Neighbors. Tell her Kelly left with friends. She just wants to know she's okay.
Los Angeles - California Senate To Restart Investigations Into States COVID 19 Response
"Senate are letting Governor Gavin Newsom no, they're ready to restart oversight hearings on the state's responds to the cover 19 PANDEMIC case. Tim Lance has more on that for us. In a seven page letter to the governor, several senators say that they plan to take a closer look at his plans for improving the handling of unemployment insurance claims that the troubled ee Dee dee virus testing tracing band prevention, the reopening of schools, the personal protection equipment supply chain in the state and a better idea of how money approved by the Legislature will be spent. On all of this no later than September 15th. They say that these are the topics most important of their constituents and need immediate action. At least two Senate committees will begin meeting later this month and continue to meet into November. Tim Lance News
Los Angeles - California wildfire death toll up to six as huge blazes burn on
"Wildfire update. The three large complex fires in the Bay Area are getting closer to containment. The largest fire the EU complex fire in the east and South Bay is now 35% contained the L and you complex flyer in the North Bay Also 35% containment. The C Z, you complex fire in the Santa Cruz Mountains. 26% contained the death toll from all those fires remains at six with 17,000 structures destroyed and hundreds of square miles burned.
How do I market to my personal network?
"Hi Chris. This is Angie Cheung from Los Angeles California I've been listening to the show for about a year. Now it's really helped catalyze the launch of my recent stem coloring book for kids regarding Cell Biology. My question is regarding how to get over feeling someone like a woman or a salesman to your personal network. To be more specific. I. Love My Day job as a by medical engineering professor and I would never give it up having said that I wanted to channel extra entrepreneurial energy. Along the way to completing the coloring book, I knew the best way to start would be to advertise existing network of scientists as other moms. However, I didn't WanNa feel to sales and hence awkward to people that out regularly run into. When the coloring book was right around finished Cova nineteen became a pandemic. And so I launched a coloring book. On Amazon an F. C. thinking, he can be a great homeschooling resource for parents during this time and with all proceeds donated to the CDC both of which were great goose for me to pull the trigger in goal I as the attention was not focused on my own personal gain. I feel like others could struggle with this internal conflict as well and I was wondering if you had any insight and recommendations on how to introduce your side hustle to your current network. Thanks love your show, and hope you're seeing Steve By. When she thank you so much for sharing. Thank you for calling in. Congratulations on launching your project, a stem coloring book for kids about cell. Biology. This is so cool I went to take a look listeners if you wanna see it checkout coloring book, just go search for her shop a little science on Oetzi. So if you're on dot com search for her shop a little science, the title of the coloring book itself is a little cell biology which by the way side note great way to. Set yourself up for a series, right? Because the brand is a little science and then you've got the first coloring book a Little Cell Biology. I'm not a scientist but I would imagine there are some further topics she could explore in future books. Okay. And then one more side note she mentioned when she mentioned that her all proceeds are to the CDC. During this time so actually alluded to that kind of obvious some of our concern about feeling sales like it's easier to promote something that you've made if the proceeds going to charity. But I think it's helpful for this conversation to not assume that you're getting your profits to charity because ultimately it's great that she's doing that but. I want to be able to make a profit. So assuming you have made something that you're selling for a profit. I think it's best for your friends and family to be more of a support network than a lead generation tool like your friends and family are not necessarily going to be your client base. But there is a lot that they can still do to help some of them may choose to buy from you just they want to help. I send my a free copy of my book, of course when it comes out but then she goes and buys more herself, which is amazing. Thank you. Mom I'm that's different than asking them to buy it. I'm not sending mom emails, Sake, will you buy my book? You know but what you want their help with whether it's your mom or somebody else in your support network is in becoming an ambassador if you have a lot of people in your network. Does who actually kind of do meet the target market for this project well, they probably do as well. and. So you're looking for a network effect here. You might even proactively offer to send them a free copy you know either for their kids their parent or for nieces and nephews for somebody else that they know. So often your friends and family will be very active in promoting you in a way that you might not want to do because you're concerned about being sales which I understand. But. If it's your friend, you know just think about it from the other perspective. Imagine that that your friend, your scientists and your friend has has created this coloring book and you look at it and you're like, wow, this is really cool. You know of course I'm going to help I'm post about it. I'm going to tell other people about it and I'm not really selling anything because I'm just talking about my friend. Okay. So again, I, think you're looking for a network effect from your network, not necessarily trying to sell to your network especially for a low priced product like a coloring book I do. The same with my books, like I have a lot of author friends and when they have a book coming out they, they will often send me an advance copy and they're not really asking me to go and buy more copies even though sometimes I do just because I want to support them they're asking for my help you know if it's a good fit to introduce this book to readers, and of course, I do the same thing when I have about coming out. So I think that's what you're looking for in terms of that network of friends and family the network and the fact of becoming an ambassador.
Los Angeles - California Supreme Court Overturns Scott Peterson’s Death Penalty Sentence
"Highest court has rejected the death penalty sentence in a very high profile case here, CBS News correspondent Jim Croce Ola the California Supreme Court has overturned the 2005 death sentence for Scott Peterson in the killing of his pregnant wife. The court upheld His 2000 for murder conviction in the death of a 27 year old Lacy Peterson, who was eight months pregnant with their unborn son.
Los Angeles - California governor declares state of emergency as dozens of wildfires rage
"In California, the governor there, clearing a state of emergency as nearly 40 wildfires burn Across the state and heat wave is complicating those firefighting efforts as we hear from CBS's Chris Martinez in Los Angeles and out of control wildfire is tearing through Vacaville, a city located between San Francisco and Sacramento just came on so fast so police and firefighters were going door to door urging people to evacuate was just raging. We got our stuff together and we left her home was spared. Others weren't as fortunate. The fire destroyed at least 50 homes and other structures,
Los Angeles - California health officials release guidance on elementary school waivers for in-person instruction
"California health officials have released guidelines for elementary schools to seek waivers, allowing them to offer classroom instruction in the midst of the Corona virus pandemic. The officials say some public and private schools and 38 counties on the state's Corona virus watch list can seek waivers from local health officials if they have plans for keeping students and staff safe and meet certain criteria. KP phase Christina Honest and reports the vast majority of public private and charter elementary schools in California will need permission to resume in person instruction. The school year and applies to school is located in one of 38 counties on the state's Corona virus Watch list due to increasing infections. Those schools can re open if they meet with parents and faculty and update their site Specific safety plan to meet specific criteria. State epidemiologist Dr Erica Pan describes what that criteria is they will want to be a short of the site specific plan has a lot of detail about how they're going to make sure that kids are in code words. Which is small, stable groups that are not mixing with other groups. But their safety plans in place for health screening checks or face evidence. For all that. I have strict discovering requirements to confine their state public health requirements room thinks and many other things in place that there Planning and prepared to respond for any cases of 19 kindergarten through sixth grade schools must also comply with guidance from the state and Centers for disease control. Then they can apply for a waiver through their local public health officer to resume and person instruction. Those waivers on Ly apply for kindergarten to sixth grade because health officials say those students are less likely than older Children to become infected or transmit the Corona virus. But schools and counties that have had 200 cases of Corona virus per 100,000 people over two weeks should not apply for a waiver. 14 counties in the state are in that category, including Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino, with several others just below that threshold. L. A School district is the nation's second largest, with nearly 735,000 students. It's already announced it will start the school year with only distance learning in two weeks. A district announced it'd hammered out a tentative agreement with its teachers union on how distance learning will be carried out, which includes set school hours online. The district also plans for providing at least some classroom instruction if it receives a waiver.
Los Angeles - California counties hit hard as California struggles with coronavirus surge
"Are more than four million confirmed covert 19 cases in the US over 144,000 deaths. ABC is Alex Stone, with the latest numbers from the hardest hit state One day after breaking a record for the number of new cases here today, California reaching a new high of daily deaths, 150 E seven deaths in the past 24 hours in California. The 14 day average is now 98 deaths every day and today a near record for new cases in the past 24 hours 12,040 new cases in California since Wednesday,
Los Angeles - California's Child Care Workers Consider Unionizing
"New report out today that paints a grim picture of the future of child care in our state. That industry was a tough one even before the Koven 19 pandemic. Now it's been driven to the brink Katie or reports The report from UC Berkley Center for the study of Child Care Employment finds an industry that's already taxed struggling to survive the Koven 19 pandemic. Center director Leah Austin says there are a couple big takeaways. That's what you know is very concerned about their own health. It finds that programs on financially struggling. I think we have had a sense for many months now that the child care system in all of this pandemic is really on the verge of collapse. The survey of nearly 1000 providers shows about 80% are taking care of fewer kids because of health and safety restrictions. This leads to reduced income, which in turn leads to more financial uncertainty. Austin says there was a child care shortage before Cove it and the pandemic is going to make it worse. Bottom line is that there will be less childcare available. And if there's less child here available, then there's opportunity for working parents to be able to utilize child care. And you know that's a dominant meaning without child care. Parents may have to drop out of the workforce. The report finds the industry needs a huge boost in government funding to help support the system. Austin points out providers are overwhelmingly women and in California women of color, a group she says, whose work has been historically undervalued. For the
Los Angeles - California bill would shield health officer addresses as death threats rise
"State lawmakers will be considering a measure that would offer new protections to public health officers in California, several of face death threats, including Dr Barbara for rare in L, a county and The former Orange County health director and a cool quick under the bill, the health officers would be treated like other California public officials, the DMV would keep their home addresses a secret. At least seven health officers in the state have left their posts during the
Eric Abrego, co-chair of the Black Inclusion Group at LinkedIn
"Tell us a bit about your background, and then how you wound up in your role, Lincoln. Yes, so I'm originally from Los Angeles California. So you know I moved to New York for college when turned eighteen and Went home for a little bit came back permanently in started, started working at a tech start up and moved on to a little bit of with a little bit of time. Finance financing then landed his dream role. at linked in and. I started leading the black inclusion group. It's it's an additional role that I have their leading the black inclusion group. Company, which is our employee resource group. For Black people in their allies and our goal is to help. engage our community. You know, get black. Go Higher Keep them at our company in insure that they that they grow as professional so It's been a journey. Whole life has taken a lot of twists and turns in you know. It's made me who I am today and I'm super happy about it. You Know I. Talk about it I tried to candidates awesome about in the united have the the easiest life growing up in terms of you know The environment in which I grew up in from south La. you know my dad did you know? Time prison a pretty significant amount of time, so he's gone for the majority of my childhood. Grow with my mother so I mean all of that stuff I say because it really shapes you in in. You know that's why think of things like this and I. I like service oriented roles like this I i WanNa give back as much as I can on a lot of people played a role in. Helping me get to where I am so yeah, you actually you wrote a little bit for linked in about how you've come to see your story as an important part of your journey, but there was a time when you were embarrassed to share with people. What has what has your experience been like sharing that story? Specifically with white colleagues like how has been received? I mean I, I, it's been, it's been liberated from me on a personal level, because the fact that I'm not spending so much time suppressing such a not such a big part, the entirety of myself all with the intended purpose of fitting in these primarily white spaces and I. Don't know if anybody's ever had to deal with you know. Not being true to themselves, but it's it's it's tax. It's mentally taxing physically taxing and it. It does not make you Does Not make you better, but I mean You know so I like I said it's been liberating for me, but in terms of my colleagues I. Think a lot of them. are usually surprise. And I think they're surprised. Because of the fact that they have their own preconceived notions about what somebody from my background is supposed to look like Act, light sound like an dispel all those notions when I walk into a room and That's not because it, but this is just everybody in my neighborhood. We're all intelligent. People were all well-spoken people. We all have thoughts in fears and everything like everybody else I just have been able to to end up in some of these spaces where some of my people like me have been able to sell its bid jarring for some people when they hear, meet celebrate story, but it's. It's the truth I think that anytime. I can help bring lights that I'll definitely do it.
Los Angeles - California district attorneys hold emotional press conference after Joseph DeAngelo pleads guilty
"The Golden State killer finally admits to his crimes in court during the first degree that charge Sir how do you plead guilty seventy four year old Joseph James deangelo killed at least thirteen people kidnapped more than a dozen raped almost fifty across California in the seventies and eighties Orange County district attorney Todd Spitzer I swear I saw the devil today double deangelo gets eleven consecutive life
Officials investigate 2 hanging deaths of black men near Los Angeles, California
"In Southern, California thank you calls for an independent investigation tonight into two separate deaths striking similarities, both men were found hanging from trees, and while neither death has been classified as suspicious families want answers. Here's Miguel Almaguer. The bodies of Robert Fuller in Malcolm harsh were discovered hanging from trees in to public venues ten days and fifty miles apart, though police say, neither death appears to be connected or shows any indication of foul play tonight there shocking deaths are leading to calls for the State Attorney General to investigate. Here one thing that we hear another. We just WanNa know know the. Twenty four year old Robert Fuller's body was discovered hanging from a tree in a park near Palmdale. City Hall the La County. Sheriff's office I saying the scene appeared to be a suicide then today, deferring the official cause of death investigators will now examine the rope, and not to see how it was tied in his our interest to make sure that will leave. No rock unturned. Comes as protesters demanded an independent probe and a homicide investigation. We want truth we want enters. We demand answers now with authorities found Malcolm harsh his body, hanging your local library in homeless encampment in Victorville. They indicated no signs of foul play the cause of death, still pending but harsh. His family says this was not a suicide. Had talked to. You before we had made plans to see each other. The harsh family also noted the current racial tension and protests in this country, adding the death of a black man found hanging from a tree does not sit well or make sense tonight. California's attorney general and the F. B. I. Getting involved looking into the death of two black men, raising questions across the country. Miguel Almaguer NBC News Los
What’s open and what’s closed as Los Angeles County lifts COVID-19 restrictions
"The number of coronavirus cases in California is still climbing as the state allows more tourism businesses to reopen their embarrassed when brown has that story from Los Angeles California's multi billion dollar tourism industry is gearing up with new safety measures at hotels zoos and museums Gavin Newsom was the nation's first governor to issue a stay at home order almost three months ago due to the corona virus pandemic those orders have been gradually lifted allowing retail all stores restaurants and hair salons among others to re open with restrictions health officials are monitoring at least ten counties including LA which reached a single day record of new cases this week although some of that may be due in part to a previous backlog at the testing lab to Wayne brown NPR news
Los Angeles - California Schools Consider Distance Learning As Continued Alternative
"Is centers schools will re open in California late this summer or early fall but when they do some things will be different in addition to physical distance saying in the classroom Ellsworth school buildings California school superintendent Tony Thurman Saturday school districts have gotten feedback from some parents who would like the option to continue the distance learning our guidance anticipates that many of our districts are going to be providing a kind of a hybrid model we call it a blended model of educational instruction meaning that there will be some students who will be on campus for in class instruction and then they'll be some students who will continue to participate in distance learning Thurman says he would like to stretch to accommodate that need if they can saying it's one way to deal with the challenge of physical distancing but he says distance learning will not be mandated for schools in
Los Angeles - California To Allow Schools, Gyms And Bars Reopen Next Week
"California will begin allowing the re opening of schools day camps bars gyms and some professional sports with modifications at the end of next week state's top health official says the state plans to release guidance so that counties can re open a broad range of businesses that have been closed since mid March the rules for schools and day camps will apply statewide but only counties that have that certain thresholds on cases testing and preparedness for the coronavirus can open other sectors so we'll have more on hold how all this works later on in the
Los Angeles - California Governor Gavin Newsom Stands In Solidarity With Protesters
"Governor says he understands the frustrations of people who have been protesting police brutality across the state but he doesn't want to just pay them lip service I could put together a a group of advisors I put together a task force I I promise and promote a few pieces of legislation but I said this on Friday I'll say it again program passes not problem solving you got to change hearts and minds you gotta change culture not just laws following the death of George Floyd with a Minnesota police officer pinned him to the ground with his knee on Floyd's neck a week ago there's been unrest in most major U. S. cities especially over the weekend generations as he stands in solidarity with protesters so much good and so much right that's out there but there is a stain in the history of this country we have concealed in its ranks had again because we never come to grips with it we never owned it the issue of racism some also emphasized that he along with others need to do better
"los angeles california" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal
"For consideration regarding requiring the November election to be mail in ballot, only and I think that that's a much more likely scenario and there's are obviously there's legal precedent for it and you know the United States military does it so you know it's something that's very army very commonplace and. So. I I would I think that's probably going to happen? Will See. Abou- like you know the Democratic convention. You know and the Republican convention all that kind of stuff. which will happen over the summer? Will probably be virtual obviously but. I don't know I definitely and. The reason why I'd be extremely afraid of that is, and as we can see around the world, and you were talking a little bit in terms of the authentic will I mean there's already a sense of authoritarianism or you know didacticism from the perspective of a Vietnam or China or any of those like pro communist Socialists whatever communist states? Nations I should say. but you know I think that it's it's just in such an interesting situation where you have to think about like a you know they abuses of power that have already occurred in the trump administration. And that are ongoing, and that are illegal there that are legally persecute able and You know I think that. The idea of moving and I could see trump promoting something like that or you know members of conservative elites promoting that. which would be a way for him to seize power, and to Mike even argue in the future that we this is a timeline to keep a president, and we shouldn't hold elections, and but if that were to happen, low key will go out streets. I'm very confident that S-. Personally but. So hopefully, there is hopefully we don't have to. I mean like actually I would I would support a coup. Whenever would happen? However, hopefully, it's not in the context of US literally. Many of US choosing okay well. I'm just going to risk death. Literally risk death right now simply by no gathering in large numbers of the streets. You you can say that word where you are. I probably should not repeat that word around. Yes. No, no, no I mean mainly like sophie stage. I mean Thailand. Technically like as much as when I go there, it's totally you know it's just like anywhere else I've been, but I mean there last. who was I can't remember what it was. I WANNA say between six to eight years ago. Like technically they're being run by like military. Group right now, they did actually have an election last year, but you know..
"los angeles california" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal
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"los angeles california" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Coast to coast AM studios right here in Los Angeles California standing in on the Saturday evening our merece Jimmy church and tonight very excited my guest our doctor Steven Greer and deeper Prasad I have been chasing the answers to your question for the better part of forty years and where I am today compared to four decades ago is totally amazing for a lot of different reasons and through all of my interviews and research starting from the beginning two things have led me to the point of where I am today to science and spirituality and I know that the two sides of the issues seem to be deeply divided but the more that I continue down the road I see them headed for that head on collision both camps are trying their best to avoid it but it's going to happen and when it does we'll start to see the answers reveal to us in rapid fire succession I assure you of that and it it may be too much it may be too fast but it's going to be great when it happens and right now I'm in the middle of physicist Brian green's new book and I can tell you that the science is headed our way it's headed our way quickly all of the math and physics the quantum this in the quantum vast space the dark energy in the universe everything has unanswered questions on the other side of the equal sign now science can't find the solutions the hard core of the black and white the pragmatic way of research isn't working the numbers are pointing science in another direction consciousness as different leading minds like Brian Greene start to discuss these issues publicly our community has deep Prasad leading the way D. is the young CEO of reactive queue and is at the very front of quantum computing research and development he understands the science the numbers but he is also trying to find the answers when it comes to consciousness and the you will fall question deep has had a few experiences when it comes to ET and he'll be with us later on tonight to discuss what goes through an engineering mind when he made contact for the first time so stand by for that but first up tonight my guest is doctor Steven Greer now doctor Greer earlier this week released his new film is called close encounters of the fifth time it was directed by Michael Mazzola and the film is rich with visuals the editing and the type of high end production value that you've come to expect from the biggest Hollywood film studios Dr Greer presents all of the concepts behind his C. E. five protocols in a way that the world may be finally ready for in a very cinematic fun to watch modern format the film is also pushing forward the two basic concepts when it comes to the ET question science and consciousness now I've watched close encounters of the fifth kind three times okay and I feel that it may be one of the most important documentaries of a generation big words for sure and I get that but when we come back after the break I'm going to ask doctor Greer why it was so important to make this film right now for the world that's right tonight it's a full dose of UFOs science and consciousness my kind of show actually so turned on the lights and get ready this is another Saturday night event here on coast to coast AM you can follow me right now on Twitter at J. church radio you know the drill Twitter is always laughed and alive I've been hanging out all night before the show and any questions or comments you compose them right there on Twitter and maybe your tweet will get right on the air now you do enjoy the bumper music tonight but the theme is an easy one but it's fun and later we're gonna open up the phone lines with both Dr Greer and deep Prasad so get ready for that I want everybody to jump in on the conversation let's do this man I'm your host Jimmy church and I'll be right back with my first guest doctor Steven Greer this is coast to coast AM you know about CBD right well in these difficult times a news reports about CBD sales are soaring so to learn how CBD.
"los angeles california" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"los angeles california" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Hour we have James Hirson live from Los Angeles California about the failure of democratic policies in California and also later on Steve Gorman's a climatologist every time it is really cold in the winter time that weather is never indicative of climate but every time it's hot in the summertime it's indicative of climate change so Steve Gorman's a climatologist a study this issue I know I live in Cincinnati it's been hotter than the hinges of hell the last four five days but tomorrow is going to be a lot of low temperature to Mars gonna be fifty eight degrees that's but the hot weather in July is not evidence of anything so let's continue with more ninety minutes after the hour bill cutting in the great American live with you every Sunday night depending on use radio eight forty WHAS guys waking up over and over to P. is not okay but now you can reduce those night time bathroom trips with the ingredients in super beta prostate P. three advanced we're talking about less surges to P. at night less bathroom trips during the day and better bladder emptying it's like taking three prostate supplements in one you can try a full thirty day bottle of P. three advanced free just pay shipping and handling no strings attached no obligations and no commitments to buy this is a thirty day supply absolutely free call one eight hundred three nine four five eight two two super beta prostate is the best selling brand in major retailers like Walmart but for this no strings attached free bottle you must call now call one eight hundred three nine four five eight two two don't miss out on this unprecedented free offer call one eight hundred three nine four five eight two two one eight hundred three nine four five eight two two so are you tired of being tired well then it's time to get the tea Hey it's Lisa here to tell you about this all natural all organic T. I've been drinking this had great results for over twenty years it's called life change tea and it specially formulated to help detoxify and cleanse your kidneys liver colon and blood all at once the colon is one of the most ignored organs in human body the faster that waste is eliminated from the body the less time that way sits in our intestines spring toxins to our bloodstream this tea helps cleanse chemicals caused by outside intruders from our entire digestive system and get this weight loss can be a side effect and with continued use of the tea.
"los angeles california" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"I don't you know, or whatever. And they were like totally you know, I've been I'm like trying to shyly be like do you want to do you wanna play on this ban, though? So it's like trying to seduce Andy with my dance tracks. Delek dance music though. We both figured out that we were both teenage ravers. And that was pretty that was a pretty funny coincidence that I'm pretty closeted about that. But it's true. Yeah. I'm just stealing Chris's band pretty much. I told Chris we're going to be rivals. Those I'm gonna steal your band. It's going to be like Katy Perry and Taylor swift of the queer world. I can't wait for the fallout. I could see it Chris's got some passionate fans, they're gonna be pissed. What happened was the real story? How did I steal Chris's band? I just needed to be documented. So then it can add up on my Wikipedia page. You know, I've been in a band since I was a teenager and things were different than now. You can measure each time. Someone listens to your song. It's just insane. And I think trying to be like confronting my own feelings about what successes more at a place for like, I wanna feel successful. Because I enjoy what I do know. And I making it work somehow versus like, you know, just always know that like I think coming to terms with the fact that I'm will always be reaching a will always be trying to get somewhere. And I think if I if I can accept that those mos- milestones of I think, we think sometimes they're going to feel a certain way, I think for me, it's like an realizing like all it's just been really this process. It's been making something of the process. Of learning something that like the the milestone feels less like fanfare as I thought it was going to be so trying to just be like they minute for the process. I guess I mean, I definitely come from a family of workaholics. So there's that I always wanted to be learning. Like, I don't have enough time to learn everything I wanna learn and I have to prioritize what I can do no time for 'cause I'm constrained by time. But I think it's trying to like how do I be satisfied and being this like I wanna learn that. And I can't or want to get there. And I don't know if I can do that. I feel like I'm I don't know. I wouldn't say I'm satisfied. But I'm always trying to do something. No, no, where I'm trying to get really because I'm always going to be going. So if you won't be broad enough to you. Totally. Tell me..
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"See that. Dads. Push. You. Dance. Dance. Oh, MJ video is amazing. Looking folks working out, and I've just I'm so thrilled with how the video came out as just like spandex and sexy squats. I guess is the best way to describe it. My mom described it as like, oh, it's like kaleidoscope, but s-, and I was like, yeah. That's what it is. When I sent the video into the record label. They just emailed me back. But. I guess so there's a lot of butts in that video. That's the third video. We put another video for coming for us that came out a couple of weeks ago, but I will say on the video I roped in internet personality, fitness guru, hyper body, who I really recommend checking out there Instagram and Mick dazzling who's been my Alicia SilverStone of these videos, my creative consultant, I guess you'd call her just real real treasure. I think you're gonna like those videos is just me and Ian merely doing choreographed dance. And everyone looks pretty good. Everyone's pretty good this album. I really probably worked on the most. As I writer writing is something that has before fill in a way that it's come really, I'm not gonna say like easily. But once something's written. I'm like cool. That's cool. And I think this is the first time I had taken all my demos to producer and been Mike. I think these things are cool. And I think they could be cooler. So it was a real. Experience to be open enough to work with someone who has like this person can help make these songs cooler, and which I'm so-, I hug everything so tight that. I make that I'm like, no, I don't change. It was a really good experience for me. And I think out of it becoming a better writer, a love learning new things about music, and this record was a lot of learning for me, which was at times like pretty frustrating to me. Like, how do you do this in like socially trying to write kind of like electron ick? If there's something I wanted to do, and I like, it was a thought in my brain. But I'm like how to get this into reality. How do I even make this idea? Concrete with words, I just it was such a different. Experience and like good, Tari know, so well, whatever rock music, I guess. Pop right now is just such a weird productions Jewish in that. Psycho instrument. Andy was like one of the few musicians that I knew in LA from being on that Chris pyrrhic tour are one had moved down here before me, and I down here visiting her and just messaged Andy on Instagram or something and was like, hey, I'm going to move to Las to wanna get some coffee. Luckily, we were both on the east side and it worked out just kind of asking Andy, I was like can you introduce me to some users..
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"All right yeah that's that's all i got so head over to home dot com slash episode two to four for more information about wasi and the upcoming shows and toward dates that they have their new ep that's coming out which you heard got a sneak peek of the songs and you didn't get a sneak peek you actually heard the songs and actually i'll be heading down to a few there shows in new york and dc for women fuck shit up fest in dc and stick around because next week we're going to be highlighting bands that are playing at that festival and hearing from the organizers behind the fenced so we got some things in store and be sure to check us out on itunes homo ground dot com slash itunes were also on instagram twitter facebook just search for homo ground and of course hit up our sponsor lambda legal if you need to gay lawyer or if you need help with anything that is a legal matter they're the ones to help you out i recently found out that they were the lawyers who made non reproductive sex legal so even the street commu unity can thank gaylor is for that which i didn't know that's awesome they've been doing a lot of work and fighting for equality for our community so visit lambda legal dot org slash homo ground l a m b da legal dot org slash homo ground this episode of homo ground was hosted and produced by me linh casper scantron the rhys whatever you wanna call me i don't even know what i go by anymore with editorial help from erin mcgregor of the queer public podcast who also helped with the tech to record this interview and also talk some sense into me when i get sued or nervous and anxious about interviewing bands so shout out to her public podcast check it out i hear there's gonna be some new episodes coming out soon and the song you're hearing right now is called loop by moon cloud base that of north carolina.
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"Owed so extra shout outs to the people in our community that support this podcast it means a lot and it wouldn't be a podcast without you and all the musicians who smith their music who spend hours and hours creating and crafting their musical art and sharing it with the world it's amazing and we're so glad there's so many people out there creating music especially in our queer community if you have music that you wanna submit home ground we'll be opening up our submission soon right now they're closed off because we're catching up but you know it's march spring is coming everyone is going on tour heading down south by as so yeah there's a lot of music that's going to be happening this year so hold onto your butts if you made it this far you get some stickers for sticking around wasi talked about going to pride with the intent of getting people to write down on a whiteboard what pride means to them so to redeem your home ground stickers send us a tweet or direct message on instagram facebook comment however you want to communicate with us and let us know what pride means to you and it doesn't necessarily have to mean the rainbow gay pride pride can be any interpretation that you want to take and that's the beauty of it let us know we'll send you stickers will read out the answers on the next up assode because hey that was a good idea that wasi had so.
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"Right i think the hardest thing is hitting that fork fighting those negative feelings and then flipping it over into like oh like now i'm inspired because now have a direction to become this yeah to become something stronger as supposed to be victim of all the negative thoughts i think of big thing that for me has been hard to get over as i don't have the greatest health it's funny because like i kind of always not always going going on but just in like since marilyn i've been playing together there's been several different things that physically i've had to overcome just even seeing her play like the first ep that we did basically as wasi but we were called we are she is at the time but the first ep that we did then at that time i had just been diagnosed with firearm cancer i had a major operation done on my neck where they like open it all up it took the firearm a bunch of nodes out and then two weeks later i was in the doctor's not to sing for six weeks but i was in the studio to flavor singing and working on that ep and at that time i had to go do radiation and we were like helping a friend like with the studio at the time i was really run down i've dislocated my neon stage before and popped it back in really quick and like had to get it drained and it took like six months to heal my elbow right now is broken like just physical things i feel like at least on my end phil pushing through no matter what like just getting through it still the show must go on like we're still going to play like my elbows broken but i'm still going to get out there and i'm still gonna play the damn show because the show has to go on trying to deal.
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"Los angeles california sirius satellite go yeah market was just fascinating listening that tape of you nepal right you were a year ago something caught my attention well let me let me just say assembly i i'm not doing that again to pat myself when the head but i do find it fascinating that people on tv and radio say as i said last year you know ores i meant or as i always say well let's hear it because they caught my attention but first uh new york times piece that you quoted bolster your argument that stroke with one who leaked everything but peace quoted uh insane leaked everything and i'm not sure he did but what's interesting is to sources with knowledge about the investigation you look at the texts through an investigator that's an excellent lead go ahead while not too fat but the first piece of the daily quoted an anonymous source close to the counterintelligence investigation and peter stroke was the deputy head of the counterintelligence unit at the fbi correct that would be hammered and remember the texts michael they're sitting on the edge of their seat waiting for these reports that come out and they hoped they're not too detailed so they don't get burned exactly exactly give it up mark all right thanks michael let's continue jim sue city iowa sirius satellite go evening uh i want a source of the question what are we actually going to get to see some people actually be arrested if through the last three years we have on the examples where people you know of crimes actually next question i say anything my next question how will i possibly know because you actually get time there how would i possibly know when people are going to get arrested whether i have time or not on my hands iraq trust in your judgment my judgment for what when p o k i think summit he's going to be arrest in about three and a half weeks i have no idea that all right sir thank you member here's the deal on the calls don't ask questions at you know i can't possibly know the answer to i'm not talking about intellectually rigorous questions i'm saying when it's somebody going to get arrested wine is somebody going to be indicted when wall somebody go to jail how in the hell do i know i don't have the fogcast idea just being honest with you i'll.
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