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San Francisco, Los Angeles Police to Increase Presence in Asian American Communities
"California cities are stepping up patrols and Asian American and Pacific Islander communities following the deadly mass shooting in Atlanta Tuesday night. It left eight people dead, including six Asian women in both San Francisco and Los Los Angeles. Angeles. Police Police say say they're they're stepping stepping up up patrols patrols in in neighborhoods neighborhoods with with high high numbers numbers of of Asian Asian American American residents residents and and visitors. visitors. Sacramento Sacramento City City Councilwoman. Councilwoman. My My Vang Vang says says racism racism is nothing new for the community. I think just throughout the past year, eyes been incredibly hard on our Asian American Pacific Islander community on it's really a long history of racism, not just against our Asian Americans means that all communities and Until we stand in solidarity and recognized the humanity of all people of Asian Americans of black, Latino and indigenous community than hatred and bigotry will continue thing is one of several lawmakers calling on Governor Gavin Newsom to appoint an Asian American attorney general to replace heavier be Sarah. His final approval for health and human services secretary under President Biden is expected later this morning.
COVID-19 cases are dropping globally, thanks to vaccinations
"Saying saying that that in in the the last last five five weeks weeks the the number number of of reported reported weekly weekly covert covert 19 19 cases cases has has fallen fallen by by nearly nearly half half worldwide worldwide vaccinations. vaccinations. Helping Helping wh wh o o director director Dr Dr Ted Ted Rose Rose Addendum Addendum governor governor insists insists announcing announcing Wh Wh O O gave gave emergency emergency use use listing. listing. 22 22 versions versions off off the the Oxford Oxford AstraZeneca AstraZeneca vaccine. vaccine. Giving Giving the the green green light light for for this this vaccines vaccines to to be be rolled rolled out out globally. globally. But But that that vaccine vaccine not not yet yet approved approved for for emergency emergency use use in in the the U. U. S S in in California, California, San San Francisco Francisco in in Los Los Angeles, Angeles, have have
Dodger Stadium Becomes Site For Mass Coronavirus Vaccinations
"Was serving is the nation's largest covert 19 testing site, but ceased testing for the virus this week because by week's end, it was converted to a vaccination site. Vaccine sites are are now now popping popping up up in in areas areas all all across across the the country. country. Let's Let's go go to to Los Los Angeles Angeles to to talk talk more more about about it it with with a a B B C's C's Alex Alex Stone. Stone. It's It's pretty pretty incredible. incredible. If If you you think think about about it, it, Sherry. Sherry. All All of of the the times times we've we've been been to to Disneyland or to Dodger Stadium. We never would have expected that one day. Not only would they be closed and for almost a year now, but also converted into mass vaccination sites during a global pandemic. I mean, I think that going to Disneyland, you and I have been there together, Sherry and I think about Being there with my kids. My mom thinks made me go back through old videos on my cell phone of what Life was like at Disneyland before. All of this started even just a year ago and went to a Christmas party at Disneyland on and if you don't live in Southern California, California, you you may may not not get get it. it. But But when when you you live live here here if if you've you've got got Children Children and and you you work work for for Disney, Disney, as as we we do, do, since since it's it's a a parent parent company company of of ABC ABC News News That's That's where where families families go go on on the the weekends weekends or or days off. And for almost a year now that part of childhood for so many kids has been wiped out. The gates have been locked. It's been shut down or Dodger Stadium. All of the games that I've covered there over the years, the very first pitch by the Astros here and Dodger Chris Taylor slammed it out. Ah, home run, this crowd went understandably wild. How many times All of us were in situations like that in a stadium? Not thinking about a deadly virus. These Dodgers fans are celebrating. Right now They're waving blue towels in the air. And now many people here in L. A. I know I have numerous times have been testing at Dodger Stadium for cold, but it's been the country's biggest testing site cars sneaking around thousands of people getting tested every day that has ended. Now. This weekend, it's morphed into a 12,000 person, a day vaccination site like all over the country, iconic places that can handle big crowds are being turned into sites to get a shot. Disneyland's parking lot now has giant tent set up and now instead of it's a small world families will be going there to get the vaccine Sama Dodger Stadium, California Governor Gavin Newsom saying This is how we're going to get out of the pandemic, speeding up the administration, not just priority groups but also now opening Up large sites to do so, meaning Dodger Stadium, Padre Stadium, Cal Expo and beginning this weekend on radio and TV, New public service announcements raring trying to convince Californians of win their chance comes to get the vaccine when their number is pulled not to bypass the chance to go and get it. Good. 19 vaccines have arrived. You've been recommended by California's top medical experts because they've been proven to be highly effective now. Luckily, California is beginning to see hospitalization numbers leveling a bit. Sacramento's region in Northern California that stay at home order has even been eased in the last few days, but 300 miles south here in southern California, each leveling off a bit, but hospitals remain overwhelmed, and public health officials are pleading with people here. Just stay home. The damaging impact to our families and our local hospitals from this surge is the worst disaster our county has experienced for decades. That's L. A county health director, Dr Barbara for rare putting out her daily message. So now we turn to these iconic sites where it still feels like a movie that now they're mass vaccination sites. Not that long ago. It's where we gathered for fun. I have every hope is soon will be able to return his family's going out and having a good time, But right now here, at least, it is a battle reporting for perspective. I'm Alex Stone, ABC News in Los Angeles.
Judge denies Britney Spears' request to remove father as conservator
"Britney Spears says she will not perform as long as her father has control over her career, Her attorney Sam Ingram, said in court yesterday. Britney is afraid of her father and will not not perform perform if if he he is is in in charge charge of of Los Los Angeles Angeles Superior Superior Court Court judge judge declined declined to to suspend suspend James James Spears Spears from from a a central central role role in in the the conservatorship conservatorship that's that's pretty pretty much much controlled controlled her her life life and career for the last 12 years. The judge did say she would consider future petitions for his suspension. James Spearsattorney defended him, explaining his perfect record in his run as Britney's conservator, which has seen her net worth go from
Remembering Alex Trebek
"Remembering jeopardy host Alex Trebek. Welcome to America's favorite answer in question. Game Jeopardy. He died earlier earlier today today of of pancreatic pancreatic cancer cancer in in Los Los Angeles. Angeles. Lindsay Lindsay Resnik Resnik of of Metro Metro Atlanta Atlanta was was on on the the show show in in 2018 2018 details. details. Channel Channel two two action action News. News. Every Every interaction interaction we we had had with with him him was was fantastic fantastic on on DH. DH. He's He's super super nice. nice. And And as as he he said, said, Salt Salt of of the the Earth, Earth, Barry Barry A A
Alex Trebek, beloved 'Jeopardy!' host, dies after cancer battle at age 80
"Show show host host Alex Alex Trebek Trebek died died in in Los Los Angeles Angeles early early today. today. At At the the age age of of 80. 80. CBS CBS News News is is Gary Gary None None looks looks back back at at his his heroic heroic two two year year battle battle against against pancreatic pancreatic cancer. cancer. Alex Alex Trebek Trebek was was such such a a professional. professional. He He kept kept hosting hosting jeopardy jeopardy even even as as he he was was being being treated treated for for stage stage four four pancreatic pancreatic cancer cancer and and had had to to wear wear a a hairpiece. hairpiece. hairpiece. hairpiece. I I I I managed managed managed managed to to to to do do do do it. it. it. it. So So So So what's what's what's what's the the the the big big big big deal? deal? deal? deal? Actually, Actually, Actually, Actually, it it it it was was was was a a a a big big big big deal deal deal deal for for for for back back back back suffered suffered suffered suffered horrible horrible horrible horrible stomach stomach stomach stomach cramps cramps cramps cramps off off off off camera camera camera camera and and and and on on on on this this this this got got got got really really bad. bad. I I was was on on the the floor floor writhing writhing in in pain, pain, but but he he persevered, persevered, in in part part because because the the Canadian Canadian born born game game show show host host thought thought of of his his audience. audience. I've I've enjoyed enjoyed the the success success of of the the show, show, but but I've I've never never really really thought thought about about the the impact impact the the program program was was having. having. On On American American viewers viewers and and I I become become part part of of their their lives. lives. But But Myshkin, Myshkin, CBS CBS News News
Back to the Future actress Elsa Raven dies
"Of Kenny talking talking about about the the back back to to the the future future set set also, also, Raven, Raven, you you may may know know her her as as the the Save Save the the clock clock tower. tower. Yeah, Yeah, she she has has passed passed away away at at the the age age of of 91 91 peacefully peacefully in in her her home home in in Los Los Angeles Angeles on on Monday. Monday. Boy, Boy, It's It's just, just, you you know, know, I I don't don't know know if if it's it's just just the the microscope microscope of of being being in in the the pandemic, pandemic, but but it it just just seems seems like like we're we're losing losing so many, you know? Stars that air Classic stars Sean Connery just passed. It's just Yeah, she was born on and this is what I didn't realize that she was kind of this into Hollywood. She was born on September 21st 1929. And she appeared in over 75 television shows and movies. Oh, wow. I'm gonna have to look her up and remind myself what she looks like. I'm sure I'd recognize ER Yeah, If she's the one shaking the coin thing in the movie, she kind of looks old back in that, you know, back when the movie was on eighties. I think that was yes. Yeah. Raven also appeared in TV shows like General Hospital. Fresh Prince of Bel Air Seinfeld, Murphy Brown. Days of our lives. Everybody loves Raymond Chicago Hope she was all over the place. Now, days of our lives. You're talking to Kenny and I here. I wonder who she played on days of our lives. We'll have to investigate that. We're going to need you. We need to find that out right away. Stop what you're doing and figure it out for okay. Dirt alert's over. Alright weapon so
California firefighters struggle to put out massive Bobcat fire
"Fire Fire Fire in in in the the the Angeles Angeles Angeles National National National Forest, Forest, Forest, and and the the Antelope Antelope pills pills has has spread spread to to over over 94,000 94,000 acres, acres, destroying destroying several several homes. homes. Here. Here. CBS CBS is is Lilia Lilia Luciano. Luciano. The The Bobcat Bobcat fire fire ripped ripped through through the the foothills foothills north north east east of of Los Los Angeles, Angeles, destroying destroying several several structures. structures. We We now now see see that that it's it's even even worse. worse. We We thought thought intensifying intensifying winds winds prompted more evacuations. His crews from across the country have stepped in, firefighter Larry Smith says. It's one of the biggest wildfires. He seemed. What does that look like? Well, think of 91,000 American football fields.
Los Angeles - Exploding Bobcat Fire Continues To Take Aim At Antelope Valley, Several Homes Destroyed
"It's It's also also the the worst worst fire fire season season in in California California history history and and the the Bobcat Bobcat Bobcat Fire Fire Fire in in in the the the Fire Fire Fire Angeles Angeles Angeles in in in the the the Angeles Angeles Angeles National National National Forest, Forest, Forest, National National National Forest, Forest, Forest, and and the the Antelope Antelope and and pills pills the the Antelope Antelope pills pills has has spread spread to to over over has has spread spread 94,000 94,000 to to over over 94,000 94,000 acres, acres, destroying destroying acres, acres, destroying destroying several several homes. homes. several several homes. homes. Here. Here. CBS CBS Here. Here. is is CBS CBS Lilia Lilia is is Luciano. Luciano. Lilia Lilia Luciano. Luciano. The The Bobcat Bobcat The The Bobcat Bobcat fire fire fire fire ripped ripped through through ripped ripped the the foothills foothills through through the the north north foothills foothills east east north north of of Los Los east east Angeles, Angeles, of of Los Los Angeles, Angeles, destroying destroying destroying destroying several several several several structures. structures. structures. structures. We We now now see see We We that that now now see see it's it's even even that that it's it's worse. worse. even even worse. worse. We We thought thought We We thought thought intensifying intensifying intensifying intensifying winds winds prompted winds winds prompted more evacuations. more evacuations. His crews from His crews across from the across country the country have stepped have in, stepped in, firefighter firefighter Larry Smith Larry says. Smith It's says. one It's of the biggest one of the biggest wildfires. wildfires. He seemed. He seemed. What does that What look like? does that look like? Well, think Well, of 91,000 think of 91,000 American football American fields. football fields.
Chadwick Boseman: Tributes pour in for Black Panther actor
"To pour in after the news of the death of Hollywood actor Chadwick Boseman, who privately thought colon cancer for years. CBS's Chris Martinez is in Los Angeles before he rose to superstardom in Black Panther Chadwick Boseman played 20th century legends like Jackie Robinson and James Brown. Bozeman died after a four year battle with colon cancer. According to a a statement, statement, calling calling him him a a true true fighter fighter and and saying saying he he continued continued to to work work while while undergoing undergoing surgeries surgeries and and chemotherapy. chemotherapy. The The statement statement said said he he died died at at his his Los Los Angeles Angeles home home with with his his wife wife and and family by his side. Black Panther production company Mournful Studios tweeted Our hearts are broken and our thoughts are with Chadwick Boseman is family. Your legacy will live on forever. Chadwick Boseman
Garcetti Extends Outdoor Dining Program Through End Of 2020 For Los Angeles Restaurants
"And Mayor Mayor Garcetti Garcetti has has extended extended Los Los Angeles Angeles alfresco alfresco program program through through the the end end of of the the year. year. The The program program allows allows restaurants restaurants to to apply apply for for permits permits to to provide provide unconventional unconventional outdoor outdoor dining. dining. The program began May 29th and was was initially initially set set up up to to last last 90 90 days. days. Garcetti Garcetti says says the the program program has has helped helped some some restaurants restaurants rehire rehire all all of of their their employees. employees.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says wear a mask, keep your distance
"The Fourth of July holiday, the CDC advising Americans to wear masks at the beach, the Centers for Disease Control is now telling Americans to wear a mask at outdoor gatherings, even at the beach. It says not to have a face covering on in the water. But yes, cover your mouth and nose. The rest of the time. Beach and park goers are also being advised to stay six feet away from others in or out of the water. The mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti, Garcetti, says says it's it's the the patriotic patriotic thing thing to to do do wearing wearing a a mask. mask. Keeping Keeping your your distance distance that that says says you you love love your your nation nation and and the the people people who who live live in in it. it. it. Beaches Beaches in in Los Los Angeles Angeles and and Ventura Ventura counties counties will will be be closed closed and and other other beaches beaches throughout throughout California California We'll We'll face face social social distancing distancing limits. limits. I'm Jackie Quinn, a
"los los angeles" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"The crowbars working on it okay? Continue their companies. Have you landed accounts with their organizations? Yeah so Some of the ones that I can mention So we got to work with chick-fil-a which was a really great. Oh a really great when that was awesome yes We were within for like over a week and In Los Los Angeles doing show which was awesome. They allowed to Los Angeles They were doing there Sales meeting for their entire team size. Actually at a in Anaheim near Disneyworld so a Disneyland Band chick-fil-a yet in in Los Angeles you're saying Not Anaheim maybe in Los Angeles was the busy though articulates busy in California busy over the museum. I mean Chick-fil-a bitty everywhere not Oklahoma level busy. But they're busy for sure. Okay continue my friend. I'm sorry I just WANNA get Okay so we a couple of other Great people. We've got to work with work with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Oh Wow got to work with We've got to work with Disney So they're just a little A little company. That does a few things here and there You worry to lay still large states designed for them. Wait a minute you said. You're working the Disney. Yeah yes for the mouse this again. I want to encourage somebody out there. So there's gotta get this idea you might say clay clay. You have achieved success. Y would you possibly get up at five in the morning or in this case? Three thirty in the morning news today is what day Sean? What happened to the counter today? Oh it is spring forward day on the calendar which means my wife and I are in the hot tub celebrating. The we're we're building a road. We bought forty acres where we're building Camp Clark and chicken palace part.
Los Angeles: A Celebration of Life for Kobe and Gianna Bryant
"A Hollywood style the celebration of life for Kobe Bryant's before twenty thousand mourners at staples center in in Los Los Angeles Angeles last last night night the the event event included included heartfelt heartfelt speeches speeches from from greats greats like like Shaquille Shaquille o'neal o'neal Magic Magic Johnson Johnson and and Michael Michael Jordan Jordan in in a a game game about about they they live as it turned Colby nothing in the tank all on the floor also the first public comments from Vanessa Bryant Kobe's wife who delivered powerful eulogies for Kobe and their thirteen year old daughter Chiana I never get to see my baby girl wants I have a father daughter dance with her Daddy dance on the dance floor with me your babies of her own they were among nine who lost their lives that day the Wall Street journal says there have been few events in the history of the NBA the convene to so many basketball luminaries in the same place at the same time the list included bill Russell Kareem Abdul Jabbar Jerry west Tim Duncan Steph curry and dozens
"los los angeles" Discussed on Sports Wars
"It's summer nineteen ninety nine. Nine shack is exhausted after another tough loss in the playoffs. He's anxious to he in Kobe. Bryant have now played together on the Los Los Angeles Lakers for three seasons without a championship to show for it. He worries that he and the Lakers won't ever get it together to win a title but check doesn't spend all of his time sulking about not having a ring for the entirety of his career as an NBA star. He's always carved out time for his off court projects he's starred in movies and recorded albums including can't stop the rain mm-hmm r. e. I g. m. with the title single featuring the notorious B. I G HIS FIRST ALBUM released pretty early on in his career went platinum. The next went gold real numbers. He goes on tour to promote his albums. Making stops all over even places like cal Spell Montana where he happens is to be tonight you know how last week Koby without me without without after the Gig Shek is offstage catching his breath and says to his bodyguard. Hey Guess who's got a log cabin just up the way the answer. Where is the now legendary champion? NBA Coach Phil Jackson. WHO's just agreed to be the new head? Coach of the Lakers Jackson coach. Michael Jordan's Chicago Kogo Bulls to six six. NBA Championships now. After a year away from the league he sees the Lakers as a great fit for a second championship chip act while Shack on tour in Montana he decides. It's the perfect time to pay his new head coach an unannounced visit. He pulls pulls up to Jackson's House sneaks around looks through the windows and sees the six Golden Nba Championship trophies. Jackson one with the Bulls. He thinks Yeah Phil. Jackson is definitely my man shack knocks on the front door Jackson's wife appears and tells the towering NBA All star that fills out riding his bike but he should be back any minute so shack weights. He meets and chats up Jackson's kids who are also in town. The overgrown kid. That is the Lakers center discovers that the Jackson's have a trampoline back so he of course has to jump on all three hundred. Forty pounds hounds. Him Bouncing Higher and higher infill. He realizes his hosts appear to fear for both the health of the trampoline and the giant World Class Class Athlete in her backyard. So he stops and goes for a swim in the lake at the end of their yard he attempts to do flips off the Jackson's tiny dock. Doc and everyone's laughing shack tends to land on his back with a big smack on the surface just then the decorated coach emerges back back from his leisurely bike ride. He doesn't say hello. No pleasantries instead. He just points to a dead tree. That's floated up onto his property. See this tree Jackson asks his New Star Center Shack nods move it as check does as he's told he thinks this man is challenging me already. He means business in that first. Meeting Jackson gets right to the point with Shack and tells him that his brand of championship basketball requires all about focus. Listen you're doing good but no more rapid or videos. No more movie in Egypt concentrate. I'm like why a lot of money doing it whilst also doing it. So if you listen to me you can get repeat. This year won a championship by the time Shack Leaves Montana. He's convinced if anyone can can guide the talented but turbulent Lakers to a championship. That person is Phil.
"los los angeles" Discussed on Death by Misadventure: True Paranormal Mystery
"Hollywood is touted as a magical place where where dreams come true where you can be a nobody one day and a star the next but if you scrub hard enough you can see the grime embedded deep into into the history of Tinseltown. No one understands the dark side of Hollywood better than a police officer in Nineteen ninety-two pat top. Ya was a detective for the crime. Impact team for the La County Sheriff's department homicides. That year had hit a record high. It was over twenty. Five hundred murders reported many believe the rise in crime was due to gang related violence as one of the many contributing factors and the accessibility of guns by nineteen ninety two underground parties called Raves. Chiefs have become really popular in Hollywood. The idea was brought over from England where thousands of people regularly attended raves. and where musical acts like the happy Mondays and other acid house bands were local heroes each evening. The adventure would begin in typical fashion with fans instructed instructed through handbills and telephone hotlines to go to the corner of Twelfth and Broadway in downtown Los Angeles where they would be given maps to the secret location of the local rave that night. The after hour parties were often held without business permits in abandoned warehouses and outdoors. The clubs offered plenty of booze and a free flow of drugs. The party vibe a sense of lawlessness field by the club goers rebellion when when you went to a warehouse party you never knew what could happen where you're going to fall through a floor or get busted by the cops. During this time Los Los Angeles had also become home to the nation's second largest Russian population and immediately law enforcement began to see a tremendous rise in organized criminal activities across the city.
"los los angeles" Discussed on IN A CITY LIKE YOURS
"Hi there. My Name's Jeff Davis Summer fifty five years old good. Glad glad to be on here. Uh let me tell you how I got a couple couple real turning points in my life. That led me to where I am today. I'm actually a working actor in Los Los Angeles From a small town in Maine called Buxton not a Lotta people leave. Most people are still there. The people I grew up for their stove there late same home. Same City Saint towns. Had An early gem who was about average thirteen. A lot of the kids were start artist. You know small town. They were drinking starting to smoke. Pot smoke cigarettes. They get that age and I add my big turning point then I was sitting in class one day I got called to the office. Something hit me. I knew something was wrong but I didn't know what it was. This weird strange feeling came over me The I don't know what led to to to feel this but when I get to the office my my Stepdad's Stepdad was there and that was even more strange because it was why he becoming the school the pick me out. So as we're we're driving home is quiet. I was looking at the window. I'm not saying much and his name was elmer. And how much driving along us a tough thing for him. But he's an older gentleman Nice Nice Nice Man And all of a sudden he looks at me. He's I suppose you wonder why I had to come pick you up and I just kind of sat there and they didn't say too much tried to figure it out. I said something happened.
"los los angeles" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"It's morally available when it's more powerfully reinforcing when it can you know build momentum and that's I mean look jeff basis someday is GonNa come gunning for me but I just think Amazon's the worst and I followed to it. I live in a building with a doorman. I'll order something on Amazon. I get the email that I have a package. My Doorman hands me right package and literally my first thought is. Oh somebody set me something. It's a little surprising president. It's like no. I spent my harder money on that. Like even I why do so I think that exactly easily available highly rewarding momentum to it. It's it's it's IT'S E it's an easy I mean I do deal with a law shopping addicts the one that I've patients that I've seen it's the QVC stuff yeah they just don't even open it. Just don't even think that set up I've dealt with a lot of seniors who have been scammed by somebody selling them stuff because they'll stay on the phone with them for an hour and a half would and I think. QVC is set up now. I'm GONNA offend QVC. Set up so that you feel like you have a friend in your living room. You're not lonely you got you know somebody selling you face cream and they really believe in you and I think it's literally I think the saddest a set up that way. I think that you know for my shopping addicts the for my biggest thing. Besides getting rid of stuff is create meaningful interactions actions with other humans. That aren't transactional. You know go volunteer. Get a dog or the dog part like take though they go. I have lots of friends. You know the clerks at the store. I love to shop and I'm like they're paid to make you feel that way. Is there any common background and your shopping addicts you find coming history. Yeah 'cause I it's some of the ones I've seen. They often had some very powerful emotional experience with a parent or someone they loved with reward or gift or shopping or something as a child. Yeah I mean I do I do ten. You know 'cause I have seen it a lot in people who grew up lower socioeconomic and then started to make the thing I will say that ties shopping addicts together. The thing I hear all the time is why deserved it. I worked really hard. I deserve this. This is a treat. This is a reward so maybe that ties into what you're saying saying about parents. I saw some special time about shoplifters and that was the thing that they all said like I I'm owed this. I deserve this and oftentimes. I see that with the shoppers. I worked really hard. You know I deserve a nice dress and it's You know it's that's that's a tough one. I tend to see shopping much more women than men but men are way more sentimental. What's in this was like the first baseball cap that order the first game they vary my you know my senior men are always like those? Are the tools that I used to fix my car with. I'M GONNA start to fix my car and I always fix my car that they men really look backwards to what they've accomplished I know very Sentimental way more than women by Senate. I'm I'm wondering what you mean by sentimental sort of attached to the historical historical attached to you know things from when their kids were little up so much around sports I I but I think it makes them feel tribal right that they belong to something. So it's like. That was the first game that I ever went to at the new stadium and I can't and I think get gives them a sense of belonging Yeah they'll fight tooth and nail man for so fun I now I know. I know it's really. It's really really interesting. I love working with seniors. I love senior downsizing because I've just heard so many amazing stories. I work a lot in Los Los Angeles with japanese-american dissents lots and lots who were in turned or their grandparents were in turned so I see a huge huge correlation to. I can go into a house I can say you were in really right. I can just see it in a minute. What is what is that really wasn't internal? But what did you see the I mean they tend to be Japanese descent so we start there And it's just it's a lot of costco it's a lot it's not decor it's not Chomsky's he's it's things that keep you alive so food and just shopping bags and cleaning supplies and you you know this idea. Imagine somebody came in and took away everything that was yours. I mean it makes complete sense and so when we have that conversation Shen like Oh wow right. There's the correlation. You're like you look. You came by this honestly and you said you have your doorman where you live. Yovany York no I in downtown. La Oh downtown's fancy and you're certainly surrounded by all that horning on the streets. Yeah I know it's really. The homeless. Hoarding is really intense. It's really It's a tough one. It's a really tough one. That's that's all I I don't. I don't think that the primary hoarding. I think symptom of Takada guilt. I think so I think so too. I think Just a lot. That's what it is now. Yeah that that homeless geared you guys yet baby goods absolutely not. I am actively fighting against him. My garage I declared when we moved into our home would never ever be anywhere but their storage all around it but those cars will always go it. They just have a baby. So are you ready for this Gary for every child that you introduce listen to your family you increase your possessions by thirty percent. Oh I'm sure tired I What I would say a second kid? Another thirty percents of you have three kids. You're up to ninety eighty percent late in the game so hopefully I'm done at one but I think it's I think our I think our belongings are probably fifty percent. Yeah even before he arrived with. It's all the crap that came in to get ready for it worth slowly. That was a shock to me. Staff kids came with shock. I know I know and then you don't know perjure they'll get rid uh-huh yeah there's great by the way baby. The baby is an amazing local organization. That will take all that stuff. That's fantastic especially post fires like that baby. Abi Stuff is really easy to donate. That's one of the things that I I know. That's one of the things I love to do with my clients and that I do a little bit different than a lot of people in my field is is that I work really hard to donate what can be donated to smaller organizations I work a lot with organizations that work with foster kids And what I found is if it's hard for someone to let go if they know it's going to someone who can use it so they can get outside themselves so That one that one's been that's been great. You mentioned shopping and obviously hoarding instead. Are there other kinds of behaviors. You encounter hoarding And we said no pets. We don't have people horde other stuff. Narrow narrow paper is just the one that surprises prizes. Me Over and over again and you know what my seniors I can understand it because they came from a generation. When if you lost if you lost your pink slip you know you're at the DMV for a a week but there's just a certain they're almost like their information hoarders like they're afraid they're gonna miss something like the secret to life is in that print out that they printed did from that website? It's just the paper as just people are drowning in it now. Like oh I might need that and I'm like but you would never be able to find it. There's some people have have a time scale words. They think I'm missing missing on. You know miss something. But then they'll think themselves well that's been on my desk for years. I can let it go now. You know they'll they'll they'll argue they'll they this is what they say. I save that for a reason therefore it must be like. They don't want to know that they didn't make the right decision. And I think that's a lot of it to you know I call it the stuff I keep paying for. It's like you made a bad decision. You bought a treadmill without realizing that you hate to run. But you're gonNA hang onto that you're going to punish yourself to remind yourself every day desk. Get rid of a treadmill Atmel we. I'm a little bit of a book. Quarter to junkie. Yeah do you think it makes people think you're smart. Yeah Yeah but it's more I do refer back. Yeah and I'm always grateful when I've got him because I'm always Ludvig was it that and then I'll find it. No views it so I was too much but I think that I understand. I have a lot of reference books. I go back two two but I always think you can always do a pass right. You're always gonNA pull up ten bucks like I'm not GonNa read this paper back that I bought at the airport. Because you know that Kinda Steph and look some people. The book. Orders are very vocal crowd. You know they don't want to let go. And Look if you love your books if you walk in and you see thousands thousands of books and they make you happy keep them. It's the people who are like. Oh these books on after step over on it. That's the litmus test right like if you love it if you absolutely love it keep it but if it's getting in the way of living the life you want to be like then let's have a different conversation. The book is making space. Clutter free the last book on decluttering. You'll ever need It's on Amazon. Now declutter fly letter declutter fly dot Com and follow Tracy theatrically underscore mccovey any else. We we miss anything. We covered it all hang quite good. I think I'm going to probably come to your house in the New Year yes garage. Well I'm GonNa see if we can do it ourselves for because there's a plan okay.
A look at all 16 possible World Series matchups
"Allow with us right now is is EMMA LB Major League baseball analyst insider extraordinaire the great one himself the one and only Kirk Chin who will be in attendance for tonight's Oakland a's Tampa Bay rays one game divisional playoff game. What's going on man? How are you how's everything I'm great Stephen? Even a I'm at a playoff game. It's a winner. Take all situation on October the second this is pretty good stuff. You really really liked this one game stuff don't you. You really liked him. Well what I think it does Stephen Obviously it brings a game seven half. Let's fear to the beginning of October that that game last night was a really good game but it was even better because the poor brewers had to go home after losing and granted. It's really unfair that one of these teams tonight both worked on ninety five or more games going to have to go home after one but it does bring increased integrity to the regular killer season. It makes those hundred sixty two games so important so you don't have to play in this game but the fact that the loser goes home home makes it. It has a level even high. I gotTA admit him. I'm very shocked by that position that you take because you are one of the most fair minded people I've ever known on and to go to a hundred and sixty two game season and it to come down told one game. It's it almost seems grew. It really does well. It is cruel stephen a but this is a cool sport and I was not in favor of this but here is the option if we were gonNA play a best best of three. Let's say and you are the New York Yankees. Let's say you want your division and you get to host the next round and we have ties leading into the wild card situation and then you play best of three it's possible the Yankees can win a hundred and ten game name say in a season and then take eight days off before they play a playoff game. That isn't fair you need to you need to really welcome the teams teams that won their division and put them in the best possible spot but if you make them wait a week before they get to play. I don't think that's fair. Wow Turkey right here with steven a radio. ESPN news fair enough. That game was something special last night at least the last couple of innings of soda to to to to Gino's keynote hit it to right field identify Grisham to commit that era. I gotTa tell you it was great to see how electric atmosphere was. How much did baseball Paul need particularly when we have just heard reports come down to how attendance drop but so like a six year low or something like that right well baseball can use all the health can get right now? It's still for me at least the greatest game and yet things are starting to slip a little bit and big game like that starting out like that in a city. That's like the biggest game the nationals of one well biggest game. A team in Washington is one baseball nineteen thirty three for goodness sake. That's what made it so good. That's why that celebration was so good and I'll crom tonight. Stephen Ain't no matter what happens this is gonna be a great night for baseball 'cause weighty. Did you see the Oakland Coliseum tonight with fifty thousand people in your they don't have the most fans in the world but the fans they have our rate and they are loud and it should be a tremendous atmosphere so this is a great jump start to the postseason in baseball last night in Washington and no matter what happens tonight tonight tonight in Oakland who you have when you look at tonight's game just evaluate this this match up to me between the as and Tampa Bay talk to me about you know who's looking good in mismatch in what well I like both teams. I'm GONNA pick I like it matters. I'M GONNA pick the as because they're at home. I'M GONNA pick the as Ashok MNAYA WHO's four no with a one twenty-one year as it's coming off the list has been great. Their bullpen is pretty darn good and they can just ask Mash Stephen a more than any team in the history of the Oakland A.'s in the franchise so they can really pounded but they're going up against Charlie Morton who was one of the best pitchers in the game this year. I saw his last start against your Yankees Steven A. and he he threw six scoreless. Let's see was completely dominant and if you throws like that he's GonNa win tonight. That's how good he was so this is a toss up game. I'll just take the as 'cause they gotta pick. Somebody and I'll take 'cause they're at home. You brought up my Yankee so let's get right to it because you know that's what I really really care about. Tim Kirk Okay. I'm very concerned earn. I am not concerned about the Minnesota twins even donate three hundred and seven home runs this year. I just think they're allergic to prosperity whenever their face against the New York Yankees the Houston Houston Astros are an entirely different matter with Verlaine with Cole Whitt Cranky. I don't see anybody beating. These guys. Talk to me about my yankees prospects. The this postseason Tim Kirk well first off. Do not look pass the twins. Even though I'm with you I believe will win. This series do not look past the team that can swing it like that. Team can second I think the Astros are the best team not just in the American league but in both leagues and I'm not sure how any team to navigate through those friends for you guys in the rotation especially coal and Burland at the top and I'm also going to tell you it's even a there or is hope that the Yankees can win the world series that make you really happy a bunch of things have to happen of course after mash like they always do the bullpen has to be great great like it always has been but Luis Severino comes back and give them five dominant innings. Can we've seen him do and if James Paxton this good he's one ten starts in a row. If Tanaka can give them one really good start or a few really good starts I think they are good enough to win the world series with the team that they have now but I still have them as the third best team in baseball go in behind the Astros and the dodge transitioned to the Los Los Angeles dodgers. They've got to face these Washington nationals in the LDS. How do you see that matchup handicap that for me well? I liked the dodgers in that matchup with the understanding understanding that if Max Scherzer can return to being the great Max Scherzer which he has not been since he came off the injured list is not he wasn't that guy last night. He wasn't that Guy September. If he returns to the best he's ever been with him. In Strasbourg Patrick Corbin they can give the dodgers a really really hard time with with that starting rotation and that lineup is very potent these days. I just think the dodgers are more complete team. They hit the ball out of the Ballpark ballpark with anybody. Three stars in the rotation are really good. My key question with 'em is is their back end to the bullpen as good as it needs to be Kenley Kenley Jansen get the people out. He needs to get out if he can't. They're not going to win the world series. How wants faiths the dodgers fans having jetson? I know I don't have much. I like the guy personally early but I I I don't. I don't trust him. I don't trust them a big spots. I think he can be hit. Talk to me about him. For a second yeah his is down his cuddled. It doesn't have the same movement to better tad in the past and that gives fans of pause. They do have some other health back there there but I really thought they'd go get more help at the trade deadline and they didn't so they're gonNA hope starting pitching and power is going to carry them and they're hoping pinged Kenley Jansen his best but I seen him much much better than he's been this year. What should we make about the fact that you've got high payrolls dodgers Yankees you know old? I don't know the order in which is the highest payroll. You would know that at this particular juncture but I must ask you Tampa Bay is in the postseason obviously lowest payroll in major league baseball well. I do believe I know that I mean how do you explain the fact that teams like the as in the Tampa Bay rays notoriously alot payrolls manage to get this fall and sometimes further dentist with the highest payrolls talked about that for a quick second as a protest. Why baseball is so great even a is that Lebron doesn't touch it on every possession? Kevin Durant doesn't touch it on every possession it is so much more of a eighteen game in its own way because you could lose a superstar and still be really good you have to draft and develop properly like the as and the rays done you have to play the game in a better manner because you can't afford to make a mistake because you know either in free agency or trade because it could set that you back with a raise did they. They got Austin Meadows and tyler glass now in a deal for Chris Archer Saint the whole team now they've ninety games two years in a row they they are really good but they're really 'cause they play the game even a defense base running better than most teams do instead of just sitting back saying well. We're GONNA hit a three run at home this morning so we don't have to do all the other things so. Let's get all of this out of the way right. Now Tim Cook while you're here with me. Yankees twins you. Have you have one in that series. I've got the Yankees over the twin yes with the warning. I say it again. Don't underestimate a team that hit over three hundred homers with the as as you picked as over the race tonight which means there as will go up against Houston obviously you pick in Houston to win that series assuming it comes down to that and the LDS correct yeah yeah but no cakewalk they're not against the as but I have the astros advancing against the how formidable on the Atlanta braves not mean I mean I mean at least in these parts. We talked enough about them. How good is this Atlanta braves team well? If Ronald Kunia junior and Freddy Freeman are completely healthy and they they want to finish the season they are the biggest threat to the dodgers in the National League for me. They're lying is absolutely relentless and with some of the pitching moves they made young and Old Dallas Cycle and the upgrades in their bullpen. I like that team. I don't like it as much as I like the dodgers but they can beat the dodgers with the team. They have right now so the nationals brightest moment was last night because you don't see them beating the dodgers correct I don't because they're going to start on the road. They've already use sure they're they've already Strasbourg people. They can get them back in time. I just don't think they held it too. I was worried shows a look tied at the floor four. Oh five in his last night I mean fifteen and won his last pitch and fit then it was I think it was at seventy seven pitches and he looked absolutely gassed. What does that about yeah? He's he's he's been hurt for portions of the year and he's had a little trouble getting that rhythm back in September and now in October and he is so max effort for on every single pitch when everything isn't working properly even he can get in trouble because almost nobody's better than him.
"los los angeles" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"A COP in Los Angeles happen to see her on the subway last week then the LAPD posted video on twitter blew up close to a million views a reporter in Los Los Angeles tractor down and she was shocked when someone said Hey you're on TV since then. She's found a place to say someone has hooked up with Violin. She's booked at least one singing. GIG and and someone started to go fund me page that raised a ton of money already. Wow so yeah good for her. She didn't even know it wasn't on purpose who steals a violin. Lin from a homeless woman who's out just playing on the street unless they're homeless. I was thinking another homeless person that needs to play Violin Violin lessons and has no way to I don't know I like how this all ends up other people looking out for her. That's what it's all about right there. That was telling me something good bounce. Seattle take from Nashville Hollywood Morgan number two thirty seconds skinny according to reports Dan Shea performed at Justin Bieber's wedding in South Carolina on Monday in Justin even jumped in and performed with them world. That would be exciting. I did see they were at Bieber's wedding. I talked to Dan last last night. I'M NOT GONNA act like I'm. I talked to Dan from last night for a little bit yeah so they were there. Obviously they were there. It's on their instagram yeah. I don't know what I can say about about that. It's one of those situations where I know too much and if I say the wrong thing but it's GonNa be really cool for them. There are some you can google their new music and see some rumors about some stuff. What are they. What's on your let me just ask you what you know I? I not much too so I'm just GONNA. I don't like that. That's why I don't like so. Many people hit me up like hey I can play. This is why I don't listen to music because I don't like to know more than our listeners do because then I can't say what I know and then I feel dishonest. I'm reminded me that people didn't know about their new song. Yeah people know about it. I don't know I don't know we all know too much not even texting with Dan's wife Abby on Sunday night and she's he's like. I didn't know that was the wedding she was going to but she's like trying to figure out address for black tie wedding. I have to go to so I sent her some. She was like I should have raided your closet. Is it so I sent her some dress options but they were short. She goes. They're requesting it. Belong like it has to be a long dress. Literally had show my husband. We helped pick out. I know a dress she wore. I had no the idea that was for Justin Bieber's leading. That's crazy well. Let's just say this is the music coming out and yes could be something to do with that. All right what else mortgage number two last last night John Parties Show in Nashville John Out Brooks and Dunn to perform his collaboration from their reboot album my next broken heart.
"los los angeles" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"And needs that they taken care of in terms of environmentalism awesome <hes> i mean the solution to these <hes> is another way of of talking about the problem of commons and i like to talk about it in terms of the comments because my bundled title to that as well. Let's get rid of the comments right <hes> if you privatize everything it's relatively easy right. I know we know that. I can't put my garbage in your backyard because there's private property in two thousand years. We've had common law that said that is not if we privatize lakes and if we tied privatize rivers and we had water rights it's and it was all clear about what those rights implied and there was the beginning of that in the nineteenth century in the late nineteenth century with the west and development of west is beginning of development of a law did related to water rights and things like that all went away when the government took it all over but imagine we would we privatized all of that you privatize fishing to privatize the ocean front and all of that. I don't know necessarily how to do it. That's something that needs to evolve. It's something that economists thought she was a law to figure out but if you did that a lot of these issues fixed analogies go away if if you're spewing cyanide and i'm and i'm reading it and it's it's clearly damaging me then i sue you and once it's been established in a court that cyanide in the is bad for people it's fine for the legislature to come in banned cyanide from being spewed into the i bet the standard has to be human will be and it has to be proven even and i prefer there was proven in a court of law and then they just they just steps in generalized off of that versus today with e._p._a. Stud decides that a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of some chemical maybe one day we're not sure will cause you some harm so therefore banning by some arbitrary standard or by political manipulation by by you know we've got the cold lobby and we've got the environmental lobby and we've got the workers lobbying. We've got fifteen. Lobbies are pulling <unk> directions in regulations to determine <hes> laws to determine <hes> protection of individuals which is i think the only role of government determined by <hes> you know this pull these these pope peddlers these <hes> these assist so-called special interest groups pressure groups rather than by facts so i think all of these have relatively easy answer. I mean realistically can can you privatize the air when when you're talking about pollution smog in los angeles for example and the chain of is not necessarily clear because everybody who's driving the car in the city of los los angeles and you have a major free writer problem. How do you exactly determine who exactly did this and even if people don't do it you can so so so the deal is with assigned jewish. I think is very easy. If you don't like smog in los angeles don't live in los angeles. We live in a big country. Wyoming is unbelievably pretty and is no smog in wyoming. Don't live in los angeles the the idea that i get a move to los angeles right and say oh too many people that driving i should be able to vote to stop them to change the kind of 'cause the driver. I would put filters on. I mean that's absurd. This city is built on 'cause this is the city was founded on the highway system on mass transportation patients through 'cause if you don't like that if that offends you if that causes you some health problems moved away or don't come to los angeles right the certain ways in which we can privatize certain air rights rate you can you know if i have a home and then you start flying airplanes above my home and disturbing me. There's legal recourse that you can get and the airport was their first and now i by the home and now we complain about the planes tough..
"los los angeles" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
"Every liquor store was stripped bare. <hes> Elijah Cummings the twenty six year Congressman from Baltimore Baltimore <hes> was watched on television cameras as he just stood nonchalantly ten feet away from the liquor store there was being looted and he did it absolutely nothing to stop it but then that was the attitude of the Democrats these were his constituents who are doing the looting so he wasn't going to object in the wake of that basically the Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake <hes> who had just basically given orders to the police don't resist. Don't try to arrest the looters. Don't do anything to stop them. Let the city burn was what she in effect said. She told the press that her message was we also gave those who wished to destroy the space to do that as well and we work very hard to keep that balance and that's what a progressive city is like and you notice many American cities have started to imitate it the rat swarming over Los Los Angeles the crime simply being allowed to run amok in many American cities like well I if we had the weapon of indignation and knock on the power of the first cities to die. Why would these big democratic cities? They have cannibalism not just the rats but people it would be unbelievable. Well well this. I I remember long long ago when I was think. Take futurist being involved in one of the nest studies <hes> Ness with the national entity survival studies which is to say how how would you target nuclear weapons on another nation taff maximum effect and and the answer is he would destroy their national entity <hes> there is something that gives every society a sense of cohesion that we are together. We are one the people and so on in the then then then they decided they would test ness technologies aiming it back at the United States and ask how it is an enemy target us they would target us by leaving not killing a maximum number of people with nuclear weapons they would leave a maximum number of people alive they would simply tried to decapitate the leaders who could provide coherence to the country because in Los Angeles for example. What do you have you have millions and millions of people who have never known the stuff not to go down flush the toilet never known water not to be there when they turned on the tap tap never learned to sleep in the dark without a night light? <hes> never known the neighbor who lived only four doors away but you knew we had a gun <hes> I mean this is a known that Los Angeles has the latest policing of any major city in the United States. Maybe in the world world but when I say late policing I mean they have about eleven hundred police for every one hundred thousand people what that means beans is and they have more in New York but it's mainly because of their skyscrapers they have to put a certain number of police in a skyscraper to protect it but but in Los Angeles everything is based on mobility of the police their ability to get ten miles down the road in six and seven seven.
"los los angeles" Discussed on Eating For Free
"Through biblical truth <hes> the services of course held in Los Angeles <hes> they're known as of course a very hipster Hollywood ascetic so a church has a distinctly Los Los Angeles vibe sloppy will record it reported it diverse Zoe Church service took place at the club one oak but the space was too small and it didn't last very long there <hes> there are now seven different services held on Sunday at different locations across the city. I five take place at the L.. Raytheon Wilshire which is their biggest venue right now and two are held at a middle school in the San Fernando Valley. They also explained to extend their service to use Los Angeles <hes> like I said it was founded by Chad V._H.. <hes> so so in two thousand fourteen chat V. Obviously a charismatic pastor <hes> moved from Seattle to Las Angeles all-year later founded Zoe church modeled after the Mega Church hill song he's going directly saying he'll song inspiration <hes> where he used to preach <hes> visas family was very into the mystery growing up his father ran churches siblings went on to become pastors as well. He's written a few books one of which is about raising his daughters <hes> one of them who has a rare brain condition of each is also very close with Justin and Bieber the pyramid through a mutual mega church friend. I'm assuming that's who we talked about. In the previous episode the One who was always hang out justin bieber and was seen lake helped him you know baptize other people with him and stuff like that <hes> he also hung out with Justin Bieber on tour briefly <hes> his politics are known to be quite questionable kind like everyone else in these services so <hes> this Chevy Chase. I think you'll know from when Ellen page called Chris Pratt rat for supporting Zoe church <hes> which of course brought some concerns about the church's stance on l._G._B._T.. Issues in the past which has been very cagey about Zoe's political views telling the New York Times specifically that he's a quote Unquote Bible Guy when asked about abortion abortion rights he said quote. Maybe just what we grew up in. It's like you don't bring politics into church. Recruited preach good news. We're here to bring hope to humanity where to talk about. God this is not the place for a political agenda when it comes to quote lifestyle Steph beach told the Christian posting twenty fourteen interview that he lets Jesus deal with it <hes> you might recall that he'll songs leader Brian Houston infamously said we do not affirm a gay lifestyle again. He took direct inspiration from il-song and just like we say with all these other pastors. They said it's not about politics yet. You know here we are <hes> however in two thousand seventeen each served the executive producer for film about people who have quote unquote struggled with sexual broke inness which included same same sex attraction <hes> like I said if you've been doing your work and looking at Chevy's instagram which you really just absolutely have to do. I'm just not joking here. He has two hundred fifty three thousand followers about two hundred thousand followers more than the actual churches instagram so he's definitely definitely the reason or like the main source for how people get to him. If you go through his account you can see he's recently promoting a bunch of promotional images for new merch that can be bought at this conference. That's actually being hosted Today Day July twentieth at time. We're recording this podcast <hes> it's of course it conference. It costs seventy bucks a day to a ten thousand dollars if you wanted to do the nightly service. I don't know how much the merger goes for. It's very <hes> ugly. I'll be honest censoring..
"los los angeles" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"This person is looking to solve I think but it doesn't have the cardiac credit like you said. Volvos are cool there cool cord not cool unfortunately yeah nice car and now he's seventy of really good-looking wagon and the new the new the V. Seventy and the Wien the nineties like thirty five feet long but it looks releasing it looks amazing piling on those cars and the new interiors. He's a great too but I would. I'm not sure if I would buy one again based on the experience I had within the one that we just had but that's okay. I bought a nineteen ninety-one Mitsubishi Delegate for that. I get it on the twenty thirty nine only Ooh I finally and I could get earlier but I don't know if I can time so all right. That's all for us. You want to plug anything. <hes> Instagram Watch watch Dr N._B._C. Sports when it comes out watch proving grounds new season what comes out and following an instagram at fake Zac Klabin Anzac soon really good job with one takes to do your next week the C. Sixty three something some serey. That's GonNa go up Wednesday tomorrow today's tomorrow tomorrow's but visit what month is trust Tuesday Wednesday. The next week will be built track. Audi formed driving which I drive cool and next week I'M GONNA put up the first video on West side collector car storage which is going to be structure <hes> and I made it with arm and edited this week. If you're in Los Los Angeles and you have sports cars. You need to be talking to me because I have the <hes> pretty much. The L._A.'s only purpose built collector car storage facility opening in September or possibly October tober got one hundred thirty indoor battery tended climate controlled spots for you in one of the most secure earthquake and fire safe buildings that exist in Playa Vista California right by L._A._X.. And the beach so.
"los los angeles" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Studios in Los Angeles California's A._T. and T. by the way if all the letters for me to screw up the benefactors the lights are on the four two four rich number two dollars on this show <hes> back from a three day weekend for us here. I took Friday off to go visit my children my two boys at <hes>. It's summer camp for and I'm back people. I'm back and look. I love being in this share every day as best. I possibly can <hes> I love shows like this when the stories are red hot right when when there's there's big stories lots going so when I'm not in a chair and I love the Darod Smithfield in on the radio side of things and he is awesome <hes> he even texted me saying hey man great working with the crew sorry you weren't in the chair today because he understands right when when Russell Westbrook is traded as a big deal okay to finish the FA- I mean every July as we all know busy fireworks celebration in honor honor of our great nation and there's you can always tell when when it's over my kids know because my wife and I we call here's the big finish comes the big finish and it's this big huge burst of fireworks and the biggest oohs and aahs the N._B._A.. Free Agency period was like July fourth fireworks where it's being set off from everywhere including in your neighborhood we like that that neighbor has fireworks to really and it just keeps going off and you think it's about to subside and boom biggest finish the dismantling of the Oklahoma City thunder because Colli Leonard called up Paul George how about you join me in Los Los Angeles and he gets out and Sam Preston uses the moment to get out from under. I guess his.
"los los angeles" Discussed on Homophilia
"Some people don't have the confidence or the background ground or the backup or the finance or you know. Everyone's an artist and that's totally fine like it's it's okay. If you don't create revolutionary ought you can be you can do charity. Look you can educate you. Can you know you can calm people down. You can support people. There's so much need for people like that and the world as much as the forerunners like if you think about like a football team has an attack defense. There's a middle ground in tennis. Those defenses offensive says in war. There's the frontline backline the ambulance drivers everything like that like you need to understand that everybody in the world needs everybody else to be doing something different for them as well for everyone to survive. I think that's really important in which are you. Oh my God. I think I'm the one seven the cocktails styles we need it. I'm just the One D._J.. Surveys in the corner is that there is a phenomenon known as the hemophilia bump. This is true are single guests who have expressed an interest in being someone where just keep the D._M._Z.. Open and expect to be hit up but who <hes> who are you looking for what what is your type who need apply <hes> give some physical types physical types. It's kind of like very broad. It's not that defined like bid goes a long way but is not one hundred percent necessary. I'm be known to make people that don't have a bid. He's open-minded. Yes I'm open minded is is really about personality more than anything so people. Don't make me laugh like go very long way. I'm very much human driven. That's that's kind of like the the main win F Amedee all lead with a joke comedians there you go think long and hard about the D._M.. That you send to yeah but you know. The dams are always checked so from here where we're going now. You're in Los Angeles for one more day one on Monday. What's on your agenda lots of work so it's it's a work not pleasure trip this time so like lots of according go into studio tonight which is awesome <hes> with the next album great fun titles do we have at least you can reveal? I can't reveal it. Yeah Okay Yeah but it's GonNa be really fun like I'm. I'm having a really good time the the D._J.. POTTIES that I do really influencing this next album like I'm very much enjoying watching what people responding going to at the policies on the dance floor and watching what gives people like joy or those emotional moments. I'm trying to learn from all the songs that I'm playing well. I'm enjoying the most and what I feel. There's maybe like missing from the albums that I've done or songs that I love to be able to sing on stage and taking energy and trauma channel into something new not plagiarizing on my of course Thomas. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you for having me enjoy your time. In Los Los Angeles come back soon. I will bright light bright light bright light indeed. He is the brightest of lights. Yes what a delight I talk to him and so many delightful guess coming up national right. We've got writer and actor Jordan. I men 'cause we do. We got through that we have got ooh. Have you know what we'll we'll. Tell you next week yeah. Let's not spoil in the meantime. Thank you Dana. Thank you Ryan. Thank you everybody your Wolf. Thank you for the music. Thank you matt. Thank you dave. This is Tony hurt other us. This is Carlos Antos. This is Risa Lisa. This is Oscar Montoya. When in our powers combined we are setting jockey presents? We have a brand new podcast here on ear. We'll bring you the best of the best of Noman hawed of the latter next comedy join us every Tuesday as we chat about what's going on around lives that next culture and okay topic on Logan. Don't worry we'll tell you what that means. If you list we'll also be joined by a new guest every single week. We'll get to know a little bit more about their lives single and then we'll make them sit back and watch US improviser..
"los los angeles" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Okay. So we're back with Liz. And Brett losing Brett talk about the upcoming road show that you're doing together. What's that all about? And since loses in-studio we're going to go with Brit since you're on the phone. Sure. So we've partnered together yourselves on Bank centers at theory of classic labs do cut a series of events. Download the the west coast starting in Las bait. Yeah. Los Angeles, Las Vegas Seattle Vancouver. And what we're collectively looking to do is find companies that can join our fall cohorts in Liz talk a little bit about the covert process. Yeah, I guess for ATC labs because I'm being ventures brat has has his own accelerator. Just doesn't that folks? No. It's two separate entities are two separate programs. And we have a matrix that we've created kind of just like running through the team the tech the competition the market. So we we have a traditional kind of way that we analyzed companies great in. So how did since you have your celebrators? How did it make sense to come together to do the roadshow together? That's a that's a great question about of Louis go give you probably the answer. But I think for for me, it just came down to the fact that we were really our program works really well with a theory of classic labs. We do a lot of stuff at the blockchain space. We just really enjoyed overall community that they built, and so we were kind of doing the same things, but in a non competitive ways, so just kind of makes sense for us to at a party together or resources together, just anecdotally because you brought this up Brent one thing I love about blockchain community. It's a strip out. Cryptocurrency stuff is exactly what you just said is that for people in the blockchain community. It's so collaborative it hearkens back to the days in the IT world where companies had their doing your own thing. And they weren't actually all trying to compete with each other. But they were actually trying to you know, basically cooperate or cooptations used to say. So I think that's a really great point. Liz. With the closing of the cohort that just happened for ATC labs in the roadshow. You're about to do which is going to have different opponents to it. If I were a startup interested in joining the next cohort were the things that I need to be thinking about preparing for. The types of teams that were that were looking to work with are solving for kind of middleware. I guess is an easier way to describe it in the blockchain world, it's kind of layer to solution. And so if you're developing something that's kind of focused on developers and toiling for developers. You should definitely reach out to us. And we're looking for more than just the white paper should be a team not know has an MVP their their product is either already built or again has an MVP or it's pretty close to being built. I'm not just an idea. So when you teams that are a little bit further along, and and we need to get along with the team. So if it's a bunch of jerks. Yeah, we we've no interest in working with you. So you like in Brett for you is that the same qualities or the other components for you're looking for. I think we're some kind of set of today. We're kind of looking for the application layer probably kind of the next step as far as product stage. You know, we're looking for at least a minimal viable product something. That's that could be rolled out into the market within the next three months while we work with companies and kind of go back step with us. We're focused on in tag or financial services. So anything that's going to help make the financial health and wellbeing or the banking services and related areas. Better is the pet stuff that we're looking for thinks. And I think that covers what's what you're looking for in the startups. If I were investor in Brett once you start off with the answering this question if I were investor why would I attend the road show? What would be the reason to come? Yeah. From the investor side a couple of different reasons. I think we're gonna draw some very interesting right at its I of this stuff Elvis like this level American idol for startups. So we're going to see some clunky pitches, really creative ideas that mayor dot EY. Or may not be good. He'll find some diamonds in the Rops is really what we'll be doing from the investor scientific at two sides. You have the opportunity to either find startups, or, you know, potentially best in the the venture son. Or I believe I'm sure ATC's lap is also taking some money. So I think there's a kind of the opportunity to be either direct investor, Adele. Okay. And what I find in. Liz, maybe you can address this is that. When it comes to blockchain technology in even though we sail the time is not just about cryptocurrency. The investor who hasn't yet dip their toes into blockchain investments the bit hesitant. So the road shows a great place for them to learn more. What are some other things before them going into the meet up in the roadshow? What are some things for them to think about in terms of considering blockchain as a viable investment for them? It's a big question. I would say to look at the team like they would any other investment. I wouldn't look at it really any different with the exception of the rate of adoption. So I think for a lot of investors in who wanna ten x return. You're really not it's unlikely you're gonna get that from a blockchain company right now. It's not to say, it's not possible. But it's far less likely. And that what we're seeing more. So today are aquisitions Akwa hires? Brought you can speak more to this. I think you had something to share from yesterday. From some of your teams at. Yeah, I'd say it'll just look at it the same as you would any other team. I think during the crazy twenty seventeen twenty sixteen two thousand seventeen days or folks are just dropping cash left and right without doing any diligence is just wild. I don't even I don't know. Maybe if I had, you know, millions and millions of dollars to just drop that way. I I would have played along. But yeah, no, I I think diligence is always necessary. All right. And you. Well, I tell you there. There's some do autism to it. Oh, different than not all blockbuster salt. Not all blockchain companies are the same some have aspects where tokens are part of it. There's different aspects of scale ability governed if there's just a handful of things that are really unique to a blockchain startup. So I'd say if you're thinking about entering into making your first investment in that space, you we're obviously going gonna say partner with us just in general work with somebody who understands it because there there's just a few different nuances that make it different than just, you know, investigating a pure play start up using regular technology. So there's some some aspects I think live hit on some other things. It's it's early. A lot of this technology is not commercially viable yet and the exit slip a little bit different than you know. I it's more likely the company that we work with over the next two to five years will probably all be Akwa hires or get acquired by large organizations versus he'll stand alone companies right in that fits a pattern of companies mature and people take notice so with the the reach of the show and also beyond Silicon Valley and also your schedule work cities. Are you hitting what are the timeframes? For the road show. You want to? I know them and the back of my hand. Yes, it will be in Los Angeles this coming Tuesday, April sixteenth, and then we'll head over to Las Vegas on April eighteenth, that's actually hosting and event. So sixteenth in Los Los Angeles eighteen in Vegas, minimal head over to Seattle the following week that Monday and Tuesday that's April twenty two and twenty three hosting in on the twenty second. And then go to Vancouver on April twenty four and twenty five listing in event on the twenty four. So each each city has a second day, they're for for meetings and getting getting to know folks and taking some time I said parties how the actually signed up. We even have that bright link. We can share it in the notes after this or. Yeah. Or they can always Email us at info at ATC lobster org. Happy to send folks free tickets. Great inland. If you happen to be in the bay area, I will be moderating a panel of security in blockchain on what date. Liz. April seventeen just read a text. So with just the short amount of time left. Brett is there anything else that you want to get across for the roadshow or for unbanned ventures? Yeah. Just a general..
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"los los angeles" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"So well, the right here of it is Jeff Powell, and he is definitely well respected. He's broken plenty of stuff in the past and not just for boxing, either, by the way. And so, yeah, I wanna storing something that that he broke just two people. Like there be no way, I could even ker guess right now. But a man in a what I could find it very easy though of. He suggests that Tyson fury is headed to clash with Deontay wilder for Marci. I mean, I'm sorry may eighteenth in the Big, Apple New York City. He goes on to say that the purse, which is a fury could reach three times seven million pounds. The defy is going to be in New York. That's what the article says not not always interesting, though is not just a New York. But I've been seeing lots of out Madison Square Garden and continue. Yeah. I seen that garf-. What's that writers name, garf-, whatever Mike you, and I might have, ma'am. I don't know. You're you're you're the guy that interview Tyson fury. Exactly we. We. I. Aggie here there. We did meet him in Alabama. I'm. Famine in Ireland, my bad or oh, the never mind reminder. But with him again in LA and appointed him out. You know, that's the guy I helped him to the. The classes in like, Sherry. Got long silver hair. He's a little heavy set white guy who kicked car fronts when car with play with him and she gave call them. Daime Chinshek, whatever. But go ahead. Reported yesterday. He was on our belief talk sports yesterday or the day before yesterday. And he mentioned that he heard that. This was also going to happen in Madison Square Garden and the way that they looted two it was more like. If Joshua doesn't hair. Yup. They ca- freeze them out because if they take if they take the Madison Square Garden, which they got a quote from the someone in the garden, right? So the saying that they would welcome that fight. But if they lock in while the fury in the garden Jaramillo and Joshua like this would be a strategic mood because Jaramillo Joshua doesn't make sense in Los Los Angeles or laws Vegas because millages has built a big enough fan base. He's known in Brooklyn 'cause he's a Brooklyn native..
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"Awesome. So I remember you telling me Steve that on your buddy, Sam Rubin. Yes. Desta for KTLA entertainment reporter out there. Yeah. In Los Los Angeles on says that this is a good predictor of the the Oscars right is show, though. This is please do not tarnish his name. No, the critics choice and the BAFTA 's. Okay. Kind of funnels for what happens at the Academy Awards. Okay. Here's what I have heard. This is usually a good predictor of the Oscars because actors make up the biggest block of Oscar voter. Yeah. Well, you know, it's actually with some of last night's surprising wins, and we saw them on both the television and movie side it. It might have been the best thing that could happen to the Academy Awards because by the way, everybody feels kind of about the Academy Awards this year. There's no host that just and it's always the uptight show. So without us knowing who's going to be there to make it fun and make fun of it. People are a little, but the fact that Black Panther one and is nominated for best picture Academy Awards. Feels like who knows? Maybe maybe there could be a little bit of a shake-up. You know, what was peculiar last night? Also was that? A star is born essentially there was nothing now. So in a lot of people have felt that that was going to be the Oscar favourite right lady Gaga funny. Even in preparing last night. You put in our prep lady Gaga, let's prepare for her speech. And then she didn't win. Yeah. So I it was a good night for the Academy Awards. I think because there was just enough of a little shakeup where you think everybody likes a little something different. I guess exactly. Like, I was so excited when Emily blunt one for a quiet place. Yeah. Because we hadn't heard anything about her being a contender. Now. She's she's not nominated for an Academy Award. However, but still that shows that there are some differing opinions amongst you're right there over voters Christian bale didn't win last now. And this is probably the first award show. How you win again because he lost to Rami. Malik amazing. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So we're going to get to some of those speeches coming up throughout the show. We're going to get to Meghan Mullaly. As host see what you guys thought about that. We'll have some of our favorite moments. They're all coming up in lieu of things that make you go when we come back on mytalk one zero seven one. You're busy. You might have missed it. That's why we.
"los los angeles" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
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