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"manhattan beach" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

04:21 min | 3 weeks ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"You've got rabbi Lewis. Back in 2021, people in 2020 years later, 30, 40 years later, people are still writing stuff on people's walls to remember their service. Yeah, I'm actually getting chills right now thinking about you're absolutely right. In fact, on my web page, I have a link to ODM P. I think they do a wonderful job of getting the word out because most people have no understanding of the human toll that this business takes. I'm looking at your web page right now. Is that your dad there, right? Yes. Looking good. Looking good, we're sorry for your lost brother. Thank you. I appreciate that. And I appreciate it. Even though we don't know him, we're all still part of the law enforcement family and that affects your name's on the wall. We've all got friends who've been names on the wall, but let's talk about that because that you got the impetus, but the way you found out about it happened in the academy, exactly. That's correct. My agency, well, the practice in the LA county sheriff's academy at that time was every other week you worked at your parent agency in a, if it was a small agency, work patrol function, or you worked in the jail if you were the sheriff's department. And so I went on patrol, I was working for Manhattan beach police department, and I worked that evening, graveyard shift with one of the officers as a trainee. And we handled as you typically did in Manhattan beach surly drunks and one guy kind of got a little frisky and could have gone either way. It turned out it was okay. So the morning, I came home and dad was getting ready for work. And so we sat down and had breakfast together and we talked about it. And we talked about use of force and what had happened and everything.

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California beachfront taken from Black couple given to heirs

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 4 months ago

California beachfront taken from Black couple given to heirs

"I'm Ben Thomas with the story from Southern California's Manhattan beach We are celebrating the final step in the return of Bruce's beach to the legal heirs of two visionary entrepreneurs Willow and Charles Bruce Los Angeles County supervisor Holly Mitchell the black couple built a beach resort for African Americans on the oceanfront property only to be harassed and stripped of their land nearly a century ago Yesterday's event marked the final step in an effort to address the wrongs suffered by the bruises with the county presenting a certified copy of the land transfer to the family Great grandson Derek Bruce This means a great deal to us because our forebears struggled greatly to accumulate enough wealth to buy land here in this Manhattan beach Great great grandson Anthony Bruce I want to make sure that I don't lose focus as to what Charles and will a dream was I'm Ben Thomas

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"manhattan beach" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:37 min | 7 months ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on The Book Review

"Because my criteria were pretty high. I wanted to feel like it was about different things, very strongly, even though these same structural principles applied. I wanted to feel like it was at least for my own by my own standards as good or better because I knew that if it weren't, it would be perceived as much worse. And it just needed to feel like it was really its own thing. That part was a question mark for quite a while. And it was only, I think it was the machine that helped me to see how it did all fit together into one story. It's interesting here you talk about it because it did strike me while reading it, that it felt while there are definitely characters who appeared in good squad in it. It felt more as if the structure is what has migrated and been continued and it's almost a sequel in terms of the way you're thinking and writing. But more than a sequel because of its links to the previous book. Completely. And the other thing is sequel implies some kind of timeline. As does prequel and one of the defining things about both of these books is that chronology is not an organizing principle. So calling it a sequel seems immediately like a misnomer, but you could also call it a prequel because there's actually earlier material chronologically in the candy house than in good squad. And in fact, the one family unit that I write about a fair amount in both books and there's really only one. In that context, we get the origin story of that family in the candy house. So to me, sequel and prequel just don't apply because of the irrelevance of chronology to these books. Yes, that seems appropriate. It both books thumb their nose at the idea of knowable chronology and perfect cause and effect. The other thing we should say since you're talking about structure and the inspiration for that is that both books and I find this striking especially compared to Manhattan beach, which, as you suggested, had a very traditional feel to it. They not only hop around in time and use different characters voices and perspectives, but they actually have very stylistic, very innovative stylistic choices in each in goon squad, you very famously wrote a chapter in the form of a PowerPoint presentation in the candy house. There is a chapter where a spy is being given instructions that are these very brief directives given over and over again throughout the chapter. And wondering what it is about these books in particular, the free you up to do that and I guess how much is that fun? Is it scary? How do you feel when you're first doing something like that? I love doing it. For several reasons..

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"manhattan beach" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:27 min | 7 months ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on The Book Review

"And so these pieces came together. That's how fiction works for me. It tends to be organic, a sense of different root systems finally moving toward each other rather than a top down case of me thinking, okay, here's what's going to happen. Here's how I'm going to use it. And ideally, the feeling I should have doing all this is a sense of freedom and openness. You mentioned in your question that this machine seems to open out into a lot of different possibilities. That's always the feeling I want. I want a feeling of more pathways opening to me. And if I don't have that, it's a sign that I'm on the wrong track. So this machine did that for me, the writer. And so I really leaned into it and used it for all it was worth. And to take you back, I don't mean to take you back to a stressful moment when this might have happened, but you talked about writing the book for a while without having the machine and the machine came late in the process. As those root systems are going into the ground or they're ever moments where you're worried that they won't connect and could there have been the candy house if you hadn't come up with the cube? No, I don't think so. And especially because this is, in some ways, a more disparate set of characters than existed in goon squad. So the question of what would hold all of it together was enormous. I always have that feeling as I'm writing fiction. It always feels like it could as easily not work out as work out. And that's it can be really uncomfortable and nerve wracking, but I've come to see it as just part of the job. You know, writing amidst that uncertainty and in general, if I can just hold onto my curiosity and my improvisational instincts that always seems to be my best ticket. So in a certain way, what I'm relying on, and this is another kind of funny layer to all of it. I'm relying on all that I don't know in my own consciousness to let me write fiction. And I think there's no, it's no accident that this quote unquote machine that ends up being so important in the book is to some degree the sort of mental machine that I'm using to do my job and have from the beginning of my career. Yes, the ultimate example of what you're describing more metaphorically. Is it a process that always works out for you or are there individual roots dangling somewhere that didn't fit or didn't turn into something that worked? So many dangling roots. Oh my God. Especially with books like this. You know, my last book Manhattan beach was in some ways more self contained in that it had a discrete group of characters whose stories I was following with a book like the candy house, I would say probably 50% of the first draft material I generated ended up being unusable..

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"manhattan beach" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

05:46 min | 11 months ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"Done. I left my house in Manhattan. I left my house in my Manhattan beach to live in this condo with not a lot of poop in it. Based on some really bad decisions I made. And so there you go. You know what's what's incredible to me and not because I know you and I know you work, but I can't imagine you ever not being in comedy. Like it's such a natural jam tree like that you did something else just like I was always writing things like on the side and would write for like little freebie magazines around Houston or Austin or something like that, but it was never like really taking the plunge until I finally I was going through a divorce and went you know what I'm going to give this a shot? Why not? I'll move and you know it's risky and everything, but you do feel like hell if I did that I can do anything. Listen, I agree, I think, I think, you know, when one guy think one gets braver maybe as one gets older. You know, I didn't have those like opportunities like these young actors have. Like, it all came to me a great effort and great sacrifice and like crazy hard work and like I feel like I've always sort of been a Lake bloomer and stuff. How did it start for you? Like, again, I'm sure you were working prior to Seinfeld, but that's where I first became aware of you. I started in music, really advanced for years. I made records, I toured every, you know, a lot of my friends, really good friends are in bands and like in big bands. Oh, wow. And guys that I've known for years. So I started in music. I had acted as a child. My mother was an actress. But I didn't I never wanted to be an actor. I wanted to be Jimmy Page. And all my heroes were British guitar players. So is this Cuban kid who idolized all these English guitar players, so the last thing I wanted to be was Cuban, you know what I mean? I was like, why can't I be a Brit? And a guitar player and a fucking rock band. I mean, if you're trying to accent and try to fool people, you think you can imagine that. So who walk around like a kid to find me beach with a British accent? You had your teeth crooked. I had to have wear these fake teeth. I called my British chief. But you know, so acting comes back later in life comes in and then through this weird left turn. And I was in a band on Epic Records that had just gotten dropped by epic, and we're trying to get another deal. And I started taking this acting class. And it just changed I was a happier human. My whole life changed. So I started auditioning, then I got 6 months later I don't have my first job, and I haven't been in a bad sense, you know. So this year, what was your first job? My first job is an actor was a movie called the mambo kings. Oh, I remember mambo kings..

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"manhattan beach" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

02:21 min | 11 months ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"D S H E P hrd dot com. You want details? Bye. I drive a Ferrari. Three 55 cabriolet. What's up? I have a ridiculous house in the south fork. I have every tour you can possibly imagine. And best of all, kids, I am liquid. So now you know what's possible. Let me tell you what's required. Before we get to life advice, I think I need a ruling from you guys. And I got the finger yesterday in a traffic incident. I feel like the middle fingers are flying a little more frequently. Lately, maybe it's the last couple of years. I don't know if we can blame millennial entitlement, and that doesn't seem fair. So we're not going to do that. So that's what I'm asking. That's what I'm asking. I don't think it was, but I'm open to potentially realizing that it's on me. So that's what a leader does. Wait a minute. Come full circle, yeah. We've got Christopher Nolan film noir filter over here for Kyle today. What's going on with what is that husky do? I'm running out of filters and I'm saving the shocking ones for when we don't have as much going on in the off season for football. So this is a big filter. Black and white. Yeah, but I hadn't seen it just threw me off. All right, so here's the situation. Tulane, main artery rose trans actually, I'm headed back in a Manhattan beach, leave the gym. No big deal. And I needed to get left to go to the grocery store. So you know how those left light arrows are. You get a kind of catch it, because if you don't catch the arrow, you're going to be stuck waiting. And who's in a hurry? I guess we all are, even though we shouldn't be so whatever. So as the two lanes are merging, the two lanes are going straight and then the third lane sort of creates itself, right? The third lane starts to open up and exist. So there's three red lights all the way across. There's some other details that I can get into this into a traffic core situation. So we've all got reds, right? So the two straight lanes have reds, and then the arrow has a red, but I know the light, so I was kind of like, all right, I'm going to want to get into this left lane so I can get behind a couple of the other cars here and make sure I catch the light at this time. So as everybody usually happens at a red light, like you just go up to the car that's right in front of you..

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"manhattan beach" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

Habits and Hustle

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on Habits and Hustle

"Our halloween cookies now. So top-shelf closest is a marketing for a future holiday right so the lesson here. Everybody is like always be strategic and like. Think ahead and be intentional with what you're doing and stay on brand. I think that's another big one. Oh gosh being true to what you are you like. I admire in and out burger so much for just saying we do burgers chicken so it's susie cakes some people are like jimmy termi soon. I'm like no like we are all american home style bakery lake termi. Su is an italian dessert right. I'm italian but this is not an italian bakery right or you know people say they want you know the gluten free items and so i said you know. We don't do that while i don't. I don't have any recipes. Mammograms may with rice flour and flower. I was like if it wasn't in the pantry. Nineteen fifty. we don't bake with it right and items. Yeah we just don't use flour in it right so those flawless the cupcakes. They just don't have flour. But i'm not trying to use a substitute flour rice substitute sweetener. Like it's sugar right. By the way by the way like re regular natural sugar has been shown and proven to be so much better for you. Anyway and much more cleaner it's cleaner so then okay. Let's get back to the scaling of the business. So how do you then style the business. So then right. Six months in we were doing really well and people you know. It's it's a wealthy area. on brentwood. People started saying. Oh i might kinda like this closer to my house malibu. Have you thought about calabasas. Thought about studio city now. People were like into right because they could see it right now. You're in susie cake see it feel. It tasted like asthma. What it is. So then i said Okay now instead of going back in raising money for one more bakery. Let's raise money for three. Like i said we just. I don't want to keep going doing this back to the so. Let's raise enough money where we can open something in orange county and the south bay in manhattan beach and somewhere up in the valley. I this is where my i think. People sometimes get limited By you know. I can't do it or that's too much or whatnot but like always say like think bigger than you think you have the compat- capability doing and so for me. It was like. I'm not gonna keep asking money every honegger wanna do this fundraising thing once raise enough for three bakeries at actually mitigates investors risk. Because it's three bakeries case calabasas is great manhattan. Beach will be right you know. It's less risky from an investment standpoint. So at that point. But i think people are interested in that. It's say that again so it's less risky for someone to open up three locations right then one more location because if one does badly then you yet but if you have another one that you know me one. We'll do badly but there's a chance at the other one will do really really well. It would. finance equilibrium. Yeah right okay. That's an interesting point. Yeah all right so It was far easier to raise money that round because we had proven financials right but see it feel it. The original investor group almost everybody in that original group wrote checks again for the next three bakeries because they were already getting dividend tax so how much we raising now for your second round so this is a couple of hundred thousand. I'd say can't remember exactly. Maybe like nine hundred thousand to a million okay. Yeah and then you raise the money from again you went. You went now from other friends and family But were you now institutional money yet. No that's really small. Okay yeah and then you start then. Then we built the three and sequentially opened them..

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"manhattan beach" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Had this really weird Steve Nash thing he is. You know where in the world is Waldo? Where? In the world of Steve Nash, Wherever I am. I had this wrong where Steve Nash was constantly popping up in my life and these weird ways Now this makes sense to a degree because he was my neighbor before he went to Brooke. I live in l A. So the time. But I went I live in Manhattan Beach. I went to Burbank, California, the other side of l a hour and a half in rush hour traffic. And I went into a studio do some work, and Steve Nash was there. I got an airplane. And Steve Nash was sitting next to me. I was in Chicago randomly. I got an elevator. Steve Nash was in the elevator. We had a neighbor and old angry man who lives across the street from me, who sprayed my kid with water which resulted in me saying some pretty crazy things to this old man. And my son, then thought all people that were walking down the front yard with bad people. And the first person he saw he came out and called him. Uh, A word like the worst of the words. My wife ran out to apologize to the person said I'm so sorry. It was Steve Nash. I thought I'd escaped this when Steve Nash into the Brooklyn Nets, and I'm watching the U. S open on delay last night watching Emma ready Kanu, who is the first qualifier in the open era really ever to make a final teenager Canada. And she points to her box, and Steve Nash is there, too. He's everywhere. These else, even actually like sitting next to you. I can see my executive producer Thomas. I was, you know, in New York in the office, but only a small is he is he is he in the studio? Is he walking around? He losing the bathroom. He's not in the studio with me, but I wouldn't be surprised. What's the show is over today if I opened the door and go out to the newsroom if he's just sitting down at a cubicle Everywhere. I go to dinner anywhere in l, A Steve Nash and I don't know, Steve. Really that. Well, I don't think he knows who I am. Hey. Hey, How's it going? Uh, I'm sure the greeting gives every person on earth was like, Hey, you're Steve Nash. Hey, how you doing? He's everywhere. I just want a simple Tennison. Let's do Yeah. Tom, How do you like that? Got that Tennison. To buy yourself. What side will build take on the biggest issues in the world of sports? It's time for today's edition of by horse l On brighter than you. All.

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"manhattan beach" Discussed on Caffeinated Humor: Sarcastic Comedy For The Masses

Caffeinated Humor: Sarcastic Comedy For The Masses

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on Caffeinated Humor: Sarcastic Comedy For The Masses

"Starbucks i have listened to their conversations. Not once not twice but several times and it's always about the same thing shit they own. The first time i saw him. They regaling school kids. Talking about the mercedes they were picking up later that day to brand new s class matching cars. Like book ends now for some. That alone is enough to hate him. I have long standing issue with mercedes. I mean they're possibly the finest cars made on the planet. But i can't quit calling them eurotrash and there's a story there. I've had run ins with the mercedes corporation before now. The second time. I ran into them they were discussing putting the house on the market. His comment you would think that on the strand in manhattan beach would be worth more than than six point nine. It finally hit me that he meant millions. Now the strand in manhattan beach manhattan beach california. The strand is a bike path. That's in between these incredibly expensive houses and the sand of the beach. So if your patio is there you walk across ten feet of concrete and you're in the sand. It's ridiculously expensive. I know somebody that just recently had a house sold there and it was about twelve to thirteen million and that is not the most shocking statement of their whole discussion in the end. They came to the conclusion that they would hang onto the strand house. And just buy another one then. They can sell the strand house once the economy recovers but and this is the reason i hate them. They're dumb. I don't hate them for being the leadership. Shitheads that they are. I mean i find out only really annoying. I hate the ignorance of the following discussion and a quick sidebar. Here this was just after the It was the obama administration. Just after the second the beginning of the second For years now they were talking about the coming inauguration. When mr alita shithead gave this opinion. I'm still reeling from the whole tax hike on high end incomes. I mean i voted for him twice and then he springs this shit on me. What the hell. Oh where do start. I do my best not to go. Political here fail at his. As i may on occasion but i have made some effort but the springs. This shit on me comment force my hand. First of all the produce specifically and in general they never spring anything on anybody dumb ass. They mentioned that during their campaigns. And then if they're decent politicians they follow through with it. I mean this is what i was talking about a second ago. I don't care if you're corrupt politician. I do hope that you do what you tell people that you're going to do. Because that's why they vote for you whether i liked the candidate or don't like the candidate. I hate a cheaply bought politician and cheaply bought means they don't stay. They bought your vote and then they didn't do what you told him. They were going to do are they. Didn't do what they told you they were going to do now. Joe the plumber. That was all about this over the course of the next hour. I listen to these to talk about their disappointment with the police and how he had somewhat recently decided to do all this unpleasant stuff and none of the things they mentioned was anything that was not announced during the first campaign during the first four years regardless of what party you belong to you have a tendency to look down on people from the other side but these two are really worthy of the ignorant title and for the record. I don't belong to either party. Haven't for a long time when it comes to for the most part. The electorate electric latour's bucket the people voting for people that's where the ignorant title truly comes it winner winner chicken. Dinner doesn't fit. But i like that phrase time for coffee. Thanks again for listening. Do me a favor. Follow and subscribe to the podcast. Listen more episodes. Click on the episode. Name look at the show. Notes can have a little quote for me. But also the affiliates. You'll be able to get the caffeinated humor book from amazon. Got the new one coming out soon. That'll be book number seven. I appreciate it. Thank you much have a great day..

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"manhattan beach" Discussed on VICE News Reports

VICE News Reports

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on VICE News Reports

"Yeah i thought so. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. How would you describe the scene right now. Yeah we're sitting smack dead in the center of bruce's beach park on the grass. It's a huge park. It sits on a hill directly in front of us. Is the ocean. The ocean that was given to us by god. I feel the sun kissing my skin. And i see the waves crashing against the shore. I feel the breeze. I see the trees moving with the breeze. I see people surfing walking smiling enjoying. But i don't see black people. I don't see people who look likely. This is a story of an american dream. That turned into a nightmare. Manhattan beach used eminent domain. To take land away from its black landowners. This city of manhattan any wrong a terrible wrong to black you over a hundred years ago today. La county officials and started the process of giving back versus to its rightful owners. The city of manhattan beach is yet to formally apologize. Ferrier's no reason to apologize. Do not want to ignore the past. Embroider.

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"manhattan beach" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

Monster Movie Fun Time Go

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go

"The creature who and i guess it goes back into the water because then i have monster coming ashore at manhattan beach. Yeah he goes back. Don't for some reason though yet. The radioactive isotope for some reason they think if we shoot it with a radioactive isotope that will kill the virus as well as the creature. It seems to me more likely that the radioactive isotope 'cause the virus to mutate into another giant creature that will then stock fortunately for them. That is not what happens. But they're convinced that they shoot him it will destroy the disease so there waiting for him at manhattan beach and we get a great scene of the beast. Tearing up roller coasters. Yes by the way at some point here. Lee says the. Tom be careful and then kisses him on the wall So ups shows up delivering. The they have some expert sharpshooter. Who knows how to use a grenade rifle. So yeah i wrote down. Tom kisses league but maybe we kissed. Tom wasn't on the lips. I can't get good shot from ground. So they're gonna go up into the roller coaster. They start up the coaster tom. I don't know tom needs the be there with. I think because he knows how to because he has to load it. Yeah is So he goes with the guy up the roller coaster and they pause at the top of the first comp and thank god. The monster can't hear very well because this rickety wooden roller coaster is so loud him in the neck and lose control of the car and it goes off. the track starts a fire The beast escapes from the fire. And the tangle of the roller coaster but then dies on the beach. I wrote fire explosion. No and once again we get registering. Die everybody cry was just another abrupt ending monsters. Dead story is the end and seen done so done. Though that was beast from twenty thousand fathoms. which is the direct influence on our next movie. We nineteen fifty four. It's fifty four hundred fifty nine hundred.

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"manhattan beach" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on Good For You

"Which makes me wanna ask two questions number one. I would like you to tell the story of how you propose to rachel. Okay well. I propose to rachel. Because i met her in manhattan beach studios. I was on my way to audition for beauty. And the geek didn't get it and she was acting at the time and she auditioned for like. Csi miami rachel. Rachel was like getting things though right is really booking jobs. And she is now a big writer you know her and her partner. They wrote on crazy ex girlfriend. They wrote on a bunch of stuff directing movies and stuff. Yeah yeah And she was walking past me she was. She was good friends with audrey her writing partner. Yeah my friend from college. I'm happy studios shoot the. Oh see there She walks past from afar. I go. I think this is rachel. Bill sin from afar. She comes starts walking towards me look very similar and she goes. Oh hey and. I was like rachel wilson owes me so i go. She does her keys. Go hey what's up when she gets closer to realize it's not rachel bilton but it's just like really hot girl and i was like what's up and she was like. Oh sorry. I thought i knew you like. I'm friends with audrey. I i thought i met you before. This zuber embarrassing. And i was like no. It's not you wanna hang out to marry me. Wanna hang out. And she was like. I have a boyfriend. I was like all right. I'll find you on friendster. And that's what i did. And i found run friendster and basically dislike harassed her and eventually dating me and and then we dated and it was working out and then i was like well now. We're like really in a in a great place. And i want to propose to her so i was like. Let me tell you down. You're my best friend. And i know the answer to this but we do ask why her i know why but why her how did you know you wanna marry her. I think i know marry. Because she's like just solid and smarts and amazing and also just you know for someone who is little all over the place like me like someone who ground you in your relationship and sort of a husband. I need a husband. I'm married husband. did i did. Yeah and she does. I mean that's that's what she doesn't we're you know really work well together and has had this moment of being with their like you know we're in our twenties s heavily the best time ever. You know what. I love about her. That is is something to remind myself is i. I also when i see you guys together still now and back then..

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"manhattan beach" Discussed on Titus & Tate

Titus & Tate

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on Titus & Tate

"Were out on leave. I know anything about that. He would do. I want a super cut of all. It's all the days we've said about do throughout the years stuff like like any other program. I would've been like my my really saying that these gonna wears assistant coach. Scott probably shouldn't say that that's probably what we're talking about no well. It's also in the rebel boss. Wouldn't shock you could drink his blood. Obviously that's actually something that might actually happen. I also wanna shout out the town of manhattan beach. It's a sleepy little town on the coast of southern california here. that is very fluent. You're you know. I have made my desire to break into the manhattan beach elite circle of very public for quite some time. That has been a goal of mine. Since i moved to the los area. I don't know how. Close i am to it but this weekend i went down to this thing. They call the manhattan beach six-man volleyball tournament. And i bring this up to say that I had no idea what i was walking into. And it is basically just a a. I've fallen in love of volleyball during the olympics. That's one thing that's happened. I've been watching a ton of volleyball. And i found out that manhattan beach is doing this beach volleyball tournament. I thought it was going to be like a semi pro deal. Like i thought it was gonna be like actually instead. It's just like everybody is drunk out of their out of their mind. They're all in costumes and they're playing volleyball. And it was absolutely hysterical. And part of the reason is relevant to this show. And i think you might find it fascinating. Is that one of the team state on one of the teams. I look over at this court. I see a man in an american flag bandanna a rip amongst the bros. a lot of kelly boroughs out there. Some of the summer like kelly voluble love volleyball. Some of them look like some of the kelly are like your stereotypical trying to be abercrombie models. Trying to look at now more so than play good than you got like some washed up. Kelly browser just like old dudes with leathery skin than play beach volleyball. The whole i can't move quite as well. Whatever you everything in between And one of the calabro is wearing an american flag. Bandana and i look over and start screening. And i say to myself is that it is tate a man by the name of luke walton and sacramento kings who is playing beach and this beach volleyball tournament with richard jefferson on his team and chase buddy on his team. Take oh my god. That's the super team. That's a super team. The reason i wanted to bring this up too because this was. I went down friday the day after the nba draft. I was watching. Richard jefferson on my television thursday night in barclay center with rachel nichols doing the nba draft on espn. The volleyball tournament starts at nine. Am which i guess is noon. Eastern nine am l. Time and i drive down. And i'll be goddamn richard. Jefferson is there in manhattan beach. It i said this man loves beach volleyball so much so he flew back with like a private jeters up then. I assume right after the draft is over so he'll be back and and play beach volleyball with to kelly boroughs of what i mean. That makes a lot of sense for richard jefferson. And i will say i have come to enjoy. Richard jefferson on tv. Over the past few months. More so than i than i ever thought i would. And i also the lakers assigning every thirty five year old and plus free agent that there is around and i saw richard jefferson. Put out that. He is available if lebron needs a locker room guys and i think it's probably for volleyball reasons. He's like i wanted to play. Live every play beach volleyball. Yeah with with boys so anyway. It was a good time by the way i recommend you one one by the way it was like when i got there. It was like half party volleyball and by the end of the whole thing it was like. Is there soluble going on. I didn't realize what's no. It really isn't saying no. Because it's like i think most people picture like even when i say volleyball i i know a lot of people from the midwest and the east coast in the south. Listen to the show and they probably picture like volleyball. That you and i might play at our families family reunion barbecue standing there and no one really jumps and then every so often you and i decide we're gonna be the one that spike it and we just hammered on brothers face or whatever. These guys are absolutely one of the teams. That did not win because i know one of our mutual buddies is on the team and they sucked but they had like four dudes at play professional beach. Volleyball there's six ten dude with zero percent body fat that hammerings but like it was insane. That's what made it so funny me. He's like these people are in costumes. They're all drunk. But that's checks out. There legitimately professional beach volleyball players. Were like half. they're team is six eight tall fair. Yeah they're all. They're all like very good but they're also like wait. You drop to like win all like at the bar i saw. I was with them watching them. Just like poor pitchers of beer each other and then twenty minutes later. They're trying to play volleyball in anyway. That's what made it so funny to me is like watching these guys who are actually. It's i dunno. It's like if you went to nba summer league guys on nba rosters. That are dislike getting drunk at the clubs in vegas. Play basketball in front of you at the same time. And you're like what is the day life so anyway i in my mind. Richard jefferson luke walton and chase boating. Girl want so. Yeah i think so too. I pretty good teams to be honest with you and chases a professional actually right so we yeah. We have to suspect he would win. That was my takeaway. Was i remember what chase budinger kind of. Stop playing basketball nights line professional volleyball and i remember thinking like what. Why would you're not going to try to get back into the nba. Like what's going on here chase and then after going down there in this week and i'm like get your money..

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"manhattan beach" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Nancy's family lives down in manhattan beach and so in hermosa beach which is a beautiful area. Seaside community that. I i had i love but i don't. I'm tired of getting abused. And i'm tired of them. Making it hard for me to make money. And and and so. Because of those reasons i i vote with feet and see most people. When they're faced with tyranny or oppression in one form or another. Those are really aggressive words. But i think you can use them in this case oppression They only have to. They only have one choice to suffer. They just gotta suffer. They just got to do it. This is where my job is. This is where my businesses you know. They haven't they haven't built any mobility income mobility into what they do and they don't have any any wealth to speak of so they can't make a transition like that I have a second option and people who do what i do. Have a second option. They they can leave. They can move. And one of the questions i got and then i i'll tell you about our sponsors just a second but one of the questions that i got when i when i pitched this idea of when we're just gonna income mobility gives you options in allows for for greater freedom. One of the questions was well. What are you gonna do. You know if the place you move to becomes oppressive or you're just gonna bounce around the world and my short answer was yeah. That's exactly what i would do as exactly what you do when you're being oppressed is you move and find a place where you're not being oppressed or where people value you. And there's a lot of places on this earth the value in american Who has a high income and would love to bend over backwards to make it possible for them to do business in their country because they bring in they bring an income they bring in revenue the community that you see they hire people. All of that stuff is a benefit to them. And so. But i said you're missing the bigger point of this You're taking my belief that You know wealth and income mobility are are key to freedom and the ability to move and move. Your business makes you more free than if you're stuck in a particular area l. You're taking the worst possible use case the worst possible situation. Which is oh now. I have to bounce around from country to country. Because everybody's tyrannising right. That's i mean that's absurd. it's not gonna happen. There is a chance the every everywhere you go. There's going to be somebody who's got a hand in your pocket who's taxing you. There's going to be regulation. There's going to be difficulty but some places are much more difficult than others..

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The Cecil Hotel: Terror, Murder, and Death in the World's Scariest Hotel

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

02:09 min | 1 year ago

The Cecil Hotel: Terror, Murder, and Death in the World's Scariest Hotel

"The great depression changed the cels neighborhood. Dramatically downtown. la once a hot spot for tourists and nightlife became a hub for newly homeless. Thousands of people flocked downtown with nowhere to live and the area. Around the sel hotel became skid row. No longer a west coast. Gatsby esque destination. The hotel became known as a hang out for drug addicts runaways and as opposed on all that interesting dot com. Put it quote criminals far from its first days as the paul of the great depression settled over the country. The seasonal became home to a growing number of suicides and unfortunate deaths. The first successful suicide on record at the seoul was in nineteen thirty one forty six year. Old w k norton was found dead in his room after having taken poison pills he was found only a few hours after he died by the made. Police found more poison capsules in his pocket. Norton had checked into the hotel is james willis from chicago but police were able to correctly. Identify him from the numerous checks. He had with them. Made out to mrs m. c. norton in manhattan beach california just about a half an hour south of la in nineteen thirty to twenty five year. Old benjamin dotage was found in his hotel room having shot himself to death. Benjamin left no note two years after that. A former sergeant in the army medical corps fifty-three-year-old. Louis de bordon slashed his own throat in his room at the hotel. He cited ill health as the reason in his suicide note. Nine hundred thirty seven. Another military veteran jumped to his death from the top of the hotel landing on a skylight below. There is maddeningly little information about these people other than how they died. Apparently the appetite for true crime wasn't quite so hardy. A hundred years ago there were so many suicides at the c. soul that by the nineteen forties. The hotel had earned the nickname the suicide

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"manhattan beach" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on KCRW

"The coast in Manhattan Beach at the moment, 72 in Rosita and already 90 degrees in Palm Springs. It's 5 35. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Sasha Pfeiffer and I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning today. President Biden visits key lawmakers after Senate Democrats agreed on a budget framework. We really do not have a lot of details, but this measure worth $3.5 Trillion is a big deal and not just because of the price tag, unlike other bills of budget resolution can be passed by Democrats alone. So the president wants to stuff in a lot of his priorities. That seems to include a lot of infrastructure and environmental and climate provisions that did not get into a separate bipartisan infrastructure bill that includes some Republican support. We spoke of both bills yesterday with Michael Regan, the president's administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. The bipartisan bill includes $47 billion for infrastructure resilience. I think when you look at those billions of dollars for climate resiliency, Not only is it focused on bridges and roads is also focused on natural, resilient measures that we can put in place. With our lakes are streams our rivers to prevent erosion and to have these water bodies better protected from what we know to be the extreme impacts of climate change. I'm thinking of some of the news of this year trouble with the Texas power grid that seems to be related to extreme weather events. Continued trouble in California with shortages of water and wildfires and problems with the electric power grid. There are these the kinds of things that you're able to address with this money. This money will have resources, significant resources to address those infrastructure issues. And there's a combination of the Department of Energy and EPA. That will be sure to see that these resources are spent in the best way is possible. We have to have a resilient Infrastructure that not only can withstand the impacts of climate change, but can facilitate cleaner, greener energy. But this bipartisan measure has a lot less than the president wanted for climate measures. Something like 1/10 of the money for electric vehicles, even the water infrastructure measures I believe, or cut significantly, not as much for power infrastructure. Why was that acceptable? You know, we have to start somewhere, and I have to say this is a historic start. Yes, there will be more resource is needed. But the resource is contained in this bipartisan infrastructure is more than a down payment. It is making this country competitive and resilient to the climate issues we're facing, I think We can't really look at solely one of the tools in the president's toolbox. He's not listening his ambition he's working with the tools that he has before him. And this bipartisan infrastructure framework is one of those tools. Not every Democrat necessarily signs on to every one of the president's priorities, and you need every single Democrat in the Senate even to pass this second. Budget reconciliation measure at some point this year, which can include things that Republicans don't like. What are you assured? You will have in the reconciliation bill that you didn't get into the bipartisan bill. I can tell you that if anyone knows anything about bipartisanship and getting things through the Senate is this president. They're working extremely hard with members of both sides of the aisle. We cannot forget that it creates millions of jobs, and it puts this country And a really competitive footing people who are following this closely or curious about something called a clean energy standard, which I'd like to try to roughly define here. It's the idea that The government. You would set standards for electric utilities, especially and say you need to have this percentage of your energy by a certain year be from clean sources. Are you going to set a clean energy standard in the reconciliation bill? That is one of the goals that the White House has put in place, and it's important because when you have a clean energy standard, you have a level playing field across all of the states. So that we know what the targets are and that as a country we can work towards that together. By the way, when you have those rules of the road It makes it easier for innovation to occur. It makes it easier to define certainty down the road, but it also creates a framework that's a rising tide for all of our communities so that we can incorporate environmental justice and equity inclusion into that national framework. I think you said that the president wants to get a clean energy standard into the reconciliation. Bill. Is it your impression that all Democrats are on board with that approach? You know, I'll leave that to the experts. What I'm hearing is a very favorable response. From many people on both sides of the aisle. There are things in there for the American people that equate to jobs, global competitiveness, a strong infrastructure and preparation for climate change. You know, the last time we spoke administrator I asked about eliminating fossil fuels and you didn't go there. You spoke of an all hands on deck approach, meaning all kinds of energy would be needed in some way You spoke of Carbon capture because you're going for a carbon neutral America. Is it clearer to you now that you've had a little time in the job? What the role of fossil fuels is going to be after, say, 2035 when you want to have net zero emissions electricity in this country. You know, I can say that when you look at where the markets are taking this when you look at the technologies that are available from a cost effective standpoint, we're going to see a lot less fossil fuels in this system, and I don't think that's a secret. But in order to meet the timeline, the aggressive timeline at the president has laid out. I think we cannot ignore that There may be technologies. That can capture emissions from systems like natural gas that we have to deploy. It is an all hands on deck at some point in the foreseeable future. We will have a zero emitting carbon future. We're rowing in the same direction and we're excited about the potential. Last thing that I've got administrator I was looking back at the Joe Biden calm climate document. This is what the president ran on, and he used the word irreversible. He promised irreversible change toward net zero emissions over the next few decades. What can you do in this area? That would be irreversible that Democrats wouldn't lose the next election in a Republican president would undo You know, it's the brilliance of his whole of government strategy. You're not just talking about regulations as the only tool we're talking about massive investments with both the public and private sector. We're talking about the evolution of technologies that we've never had at our fingertips before. We're talking about tax incentives. This is a packaged approach that creates so much momentum creates so many jobs. Protect so many people in public health that that level of momentum would be almost impossible to reverse. And the question then would be. Why would you want to reverse such success? Administrator Michael Regan. Thanks for your time. Thank you. Steve enjoyed the conversation. We spoke with Regan yesterday. This is NPR news..

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How has the Pandemic Affected Kids?

The Ten News

02:41 min | 1 year ago

How has the Pandemic Affected Kids?

"No matter how old you are. living through. A global pandemic is bound to bring up a lot of different feelings. Our correspondent ryan nurse spoke to some kids about how they've been feeling during this past year. I can't think of a better way to get a sense of how kids are handling the pandemic psychologically than to just ask you our listeners and not surprisingly across the country many of you seem to be having very similar feelings from san jose california. I'm as eleven years old and something. That's been challenging over. The pandemic is not being able to go places and see my friends all the way across the country to touch in new jersey. Hi i'm brendan cannon. I'm twelve years old. Most challenging part of the pandemic is not seeing my friends and my grandparents and just a few hours away from brendon in brooklyn eight-year-old. Maisy errands sounds like. She's had just about enough for seven months. I didn't see anyone. It was very difficult. Not seeing friends. And if you think it's tough trying to see the friends you already have try making new ones. Like millions of americans twelve year old twin siblings caroline. And thomas love move during the pandemic from colorado to manhattan beach california. Thomas says part of the solution to those feelings of isolation was finding new ways to contact friends and spending time with family and his sister caroline agrees. I think that having technology that we've been using throughout the pandemic made it easier to still stay in touch with my friends. Maisy also moved temporarily from new york city with a population of over eight million people to washington connecticut with a population of thirty five hundred. I got to spend more time with my family. Anna's fun being candidate for awhile like willie like it there. So some of these pandemic changes ended up being positive for your mental health. Whether or not you move to the countryside it sounds like some of you started getting out of the house and being creative with all of that time a positive thing for me has been learning how to skateboarding getting better at guitar. I also skied so much this year. But regardless of how resilient you've all been there's no doubt that all of you are definitely ready for that wonderful mythical moment in time which we've all been waiting and waiting and waiting for when things return

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Plan would return beachfront taken from Black family in '20s

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Plan would return beachfront taken from Black family in '20s

"I'm Julie Walker Los Angeles county is taking the first steps to return prime beach front property back to the black family that originally owned it back in nineteen twelve before it was taken away under racist circumstances it was once a resort for blacks known as Bruce's speech in Manhattan Beach for years they adored racism from the klu Klux Klan and others before the city used eminent domain to seize the land in the nineteen twenties now lawmakers are trying to right that wrong and at a news conference Friday covered by KTTV Bruce family member Duane Shephard said they have big plans ahead of next steps to get possession of our land you have a week long family reunion with three hours zero minutes the plan to return the land needs the approval of the state legislature I'm Julie Walker

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Los Angeles County Seeks To Return Bruce’s Beach Property

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles County Seeks To Return Bruce’s Beach Property

"Southern California Black family could be getting back some property that was stolen decades ago. It's a strip of Southern California beachfront property that was seized from its black owners more than 90 years ago. Now lawmakers are spearheading efforts to give the land back. The landing question isn't Manhattan Beach, it was purchased by Willow and Charles, Bruce and 1912. They turned it into a resort for African Americans. If the plan goes through, the descendants of the Bruce family would get the land back. They would have the right to lease the land to L. A county. Steve Futterman. CBS News

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Vanessa Bryant reveals officer names in IG post

Tim Conway Jr.

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Vanessa Bryant reveals officer names in IG post

"Names of L. A county sheriff's deputies accused of taking pictures of the helicopter site where Kobe and Gina Bryant died. Last year. Bryant posted court documents on her Instagram that included the names of four deputies judge ruled to release those names at the beginning of the month. Brian says the accused deputies should be held accountable just like anyone else in Manhattan Beach City

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A Global Shot in the Arm With Dr. Fauci

Why It Matters

04:26 min | 1 year ago

A Global Shot in the Arm With Dr. Fauci

"It's march and it's been nearly a year since covid nineteen was declared a pandemic. There's no two ways about it. It's a bitter anniversary but it's also a time to think about how far we've come. There was so much confusion at the start about how to protect ourselves now year leader. We've learned a lot about how to stay safe and we've developed highly effective vaccines in record time. We're starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel but there is at least one more hurdle that threatens to undo our progress all around the world wealthy countries are hoarding vaccine. Sp leaving huge swaths of the global population without access global health officials. Say that this could be a lethal mistake. For rich and poor countries alike. I'm gabrielle sierra. And this is why it matters today. Why a global pandemic needs a global response. It was almost a year ago but the country began shutting down from covert and for the first time. There seems to be a real reason. Have cautious optimism gets the vaccine when or not only serious questions that us but also around the globe in the global fight against covid nineteen is mutations good approving the next great challenge so we have a lot of really important stuff to talk about but i feel like one of those important things is that both you and i are south brooklyn children and i feel like it was really important to just get that out of the way Where were you. Where were you in south brooklyn. I'm from manhattan beach. You are from vincent hurst. i know. Wow you need no introduction but also start the way we always start which is what is your name and what do you do. My name is dr anthony fauci. And i'm the director of the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases at the national institutes of health. All right so let's say that a majority of americans were vaccinated tomorrow. Would we be fully in the clear. So if we got let's say seventy to eighty five percent of the people in the country vaccinated then we would be very much better off than we are now. But there's a real catch to your question. Because even if we got the overwhelming majority of the population vaccinated there is a big wide world out there and that's the global pandemic so if the rest of the world did not get covid nineteen or saws covy to under control. There would always be a looming threat over us that the virus would be mutating would be changing and we would get new variants that even if we felt ourselves protected in this country sooner or later of variant or mutation could come here and essentially circumvent protection of the vaccine. So i think when you think in terms of a pandemic you have to remember it is global and it requires a global response not just a single country response in the old days when we used to get on airplanes. You remember that what we can all travel one of the first things you get. Is this disembodied voice that would say in the event of a loss of cabin pressure. Oxygen masks will come down from the overhead. This is richard haass president of the council on foreign relations former director of policy planning for the state department adviser to presidents and my boss structured by this to put it on yourself and then only after you yourself and taking care of then you turn to your children your neighbors and others and that's our instinct year we've got to jettison that instinct unless the rest of the world get vaccinated. It doesn't just threaten their lives. It threatens hours to gossip. We don't take care of others. Variants will continue to break out and variants breakout over there. They will figure out a way to come here so then we end up in a race. That never quite ends that we'd never quite win to stay ahead of the curve. We have to understand variance and in order to understand variance. We have to understand mutations and in order to understand mutations we went to the country's medical explainer chief so what is a mutation. Where do they tend to come from. Why do we need to worry about them when viruses replicate which they do very very rapidly particularly when you have literally one hundred million people infected which is what we have right now in the world with over two point four million deaths when you have that amount of replication. as the virus replicates. It makes mistakes in reproducing itself. That's called a mutation

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"manhattan beach" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Trainer, Hiller and what has happened to disgraced now defunct. Uh, pastor of Hillsong, Carlin's Bradley. Well, good news. He's out of rehab and that was rehab for depression. Is the thing apparently. Um, and he is AH, sitting on a concrete bench in public. Journaling as he watches the sunrise. But you got through that first sentence or that first syllable of journaling and I didn't know where we were going. I thought, boy, you're no Ling is disgrace. I mean, six of one. Okay, So he was that is former Hillsong. Pastor Carlin's was spotted at Manhattan Beach Pier in so Cal early Friday. That's what the kids say Southern California He's 42 years Young and was spending some time alone, reflecting as he watched the sunrise from a bench and you can see him journaling. Something's hey was looking at the ocean for about 30 minutes before he went back to his $18,000 a month apartment. And you know is probably thinking about his next steps. And by that, I mean not actual steps, but his plan to take over the world. Um I don't know. I'm gonna Have a question that I have some thoughts. Yeah. What is depression? Rehab? Is that a thing? I don't know, because those of us simple human people who have suffered with depression in our lives. Was ever offered. Rehab. Yeah, I would kiss that where you get to just let go and Relax already. Your depression. You know somebody's going to tell us differently, but anyway, that that's this is just such a celebrity story is the point. And that's where we're going with Carlin's because I can hear people go well. He's just a spiritual leader who had a struggle, and now he's trying to help himself and get about her. Okay, Sure. That's the human story. But the celebrity story sounds a little different cause it sounds very familiar, Right? Like celebrity. Does something bad goes to quote, rehab and then comes back a new and different person. Can I tell you what really, really irks me about that story line? Is it sullies the reality of what an actual rehab is so sure and actual depression is exact. Both of those things But this is such a celebrity trope when the going gets tough..

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"manhattan beach" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Pasadena. Know in South Pasadena. Um, it is hidden hills right? That makes sense is like nine houses out there on the average price of a house in hidden hills. The average is $3.6 million. Wow. Average. Hmm. Here. The million dollars cities and I don't live in one by the way. Hidden hills is one of them, right? Beverly Hills, Malibu, Rolling Hills Newport Coast. East Pasadena View Park, Windsor Hills. I'm sure where that is, If you part Windsor Hills. I don't think I could If I get in the car right now, and you said Go to Windsor Hills. I don't think I could drive you there right now. I don't I don't think I know where that is. Let's see here Locker center Montrose La Habra Heights. Seal Beach Manhattan Beach. You're in there. Welcome Manhattan Beach. Hello, Big. Hello. Everybody out there in Manhattan Beach, San Marino. Newport Beach, Laguna Beach Palace. Verdes Estates, Hermosa Beach. There's a trend Beach cities are hot. We have locking me out of Flint Ridge, Santa Monica Palace, Vergis Peninsula. Bradbury. I'm the game taking a Bradbury either. Rolling hills. The states I know where that is. Elsa Gondo. But there are heights. Vernon Vernon's in there. Wow. Oh, there's like two houses in Vernon. Ranch, Lucy here, Villa Park, Topanga, Marina del Rey, Calabasas, Culver City. South Pasadena, Redondo Beach, Kota to Caza, Sierra Madre. North, huh? Austin and San Clemente. All rights was shooting going on in south l A. It's going on overhead in sky nine to tell us more now, Desmond? Yeah. Jeff and Susie were at central and 88th of south. L A. We understand. Therefore, victims in the shooting just saw a patient being loaded into an ambulance. That ambulance just drove away about 10.

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"manhattan beach" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan beach" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"On Manhattan Beach is closing outdoor seating space is on public property to help reduce the spread of the virus. We have a crash involving a pedestrian in downtown L. A. On the 1 10 thistles on the 1 10 north bound right before the one on one taken up the two right lanes there. CHP's on the scene you drive is starting to stack up right around Olympic. In Riverside. This is on the 91 the eastbound After Adams. We have a crash involving a motorcycle that's out of lanes and on the right shoulder there, Watch for some lucky little A's from just after Van Buren. Go home past. This is on the 15 south found right after Cleghorn multi car crash there that's in the center divider. CHP's taken of the left lane there, watch for some stop and go traffic from O Kill. Okay, if I and this guy helps get you there faster. I'm Bryant fans. Protecting your most valuable data, family photos or videos, important business documents, It's crucial. Just ask anyone who's lost everything on their computer from a hard drive failure from Ransomware. It's not a matter of it's going to happen. It's a matter of when your computer your phone, your tablet dropped or stolen. It's putting your critical data at risk. That's why I look, too. I drive back up for providing safe and secure cloud backup with I drive you could back up all your PC's. You're Max your mobile devices in one account at one low price, it's easy to use. It's affordable. And, of course, it uses military grade encryption to safeguard your data I drive is one PC magazine's Editors. Choice Award for the best online backup solution. Six years in a row, including this year I drive plans started just six bucks a month. But sign up today and for a limited time get 90% off using the promo code. Leo get the best in the business. Get I drive. Calm. I dr dot com promo code Leo to save 90% i dr dot com. Our homes need ongoing attention. We're used to that idea. But what if something goes wrong.

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Should I upgrade to the iPhone 12?

Talking Tech

02:50 min | 2 years ago

Should I upgrade to the iPhone 12?

"Dot com slash talking. So the number one question I've been asked on social media. All Week goes like this. Should I upgraded the iphone twelve I mean I like the phone I have now do I really have to while I've been testing the twelve and twelve pro since Tuesday in the short answer is sorry folks. Yes. But there's a lot of qualifiers you get the best iphone that apple has made yet with a welcome redesign that feels better hold a faster processor and a camera that really performs near miracles in low light. But two important things to consider the biggest selling point that apple is pushing for the new ones is that they connect to the new supposedly faster five G. Wireless Standard. But as you've heard me say all week long current five G. is really spotty hello verizon or not currently much faster than four G. Hello at and T., and T. Mobile in my home. My wife I is twice as fast as T. mobile's five G. but the promise of five G. is there and should start to become real by mid to late twenty twenty one. So No, you don't upgrade for the five G. You could easily wait for the next edition. So what's the biggest selling point the camera? But. Beyond the two iphones being released Friday, there were two more new iphones coming in November. In one of the new models, the pro Max promises to be the one serious photographers will want to hold out for it will have a larger image sensor and bigger pixels than the twelfth pro and only cost a hundred dollars more. It also tout's a larger telephoto Lens clocking in at sixty, five millimeter versus fifty two millimeter on the twelfth pro that means it gets you closer to the action. For the rest of us, the basic twelve and twelve pro might not be that much better than what you have. Now it depends on your needs. Now take a look at my article USA Today Dot Com and you'll see back to back pictures on older phones and the new one I see a big difference on the shots that I did in Manhattan beach on the eight and the twelve. The photo on the twelve is full of pop and vigor. The picture on the eight is a little muddy. Now, I could fix that in three seconds in a photo editing program to you WANNA do that. I don't know. Do. You have an older phone like seven or eight. It's time to upgrade. You get away, Zip your phone a bigger screen and it's just time. If you take a look at the back to back pictures that I did

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NextDoor posts are not private! Be careful with what you say

Talking Tech

01:38 min | 2 years ago

NextDoor posts are not private! Be careful with what you say

"If Jefferson Graham here with a friendly reminder. This many times I feel. I have to say it again. If you put something online publicly. Even if you think it's not public, it's public and it can be held against you. You're listening to talking tech. The subject came up again in an article in our local Manhattan Beach newspaper, two people were quoted in their from next door. What calls itself a private social network? They were talking about things about the protests. Basically saying, get those outsiders out of my. My town. They're free to say that in a public forum. Those post got reprinted in the newspaper. I've seen some chatter on facebook. Saying did they know they were going to be quoted? NOPE, but if you put it up there, it is fair game and I would also say that. If you put stuff up on next door in snapchat in a private message, anything anything that you type is fair game. Game and can be reprinted. It can be put in the newspaper. It can be printed online. It could be in a printout when you go on a job interview and somebody could put it in front of you and say. Did you say this? And why did you say it and you could watch that job? Just fizzle away. It's very simple. If you're saying things that you

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Bonus Episode: Hairstylist Chris McMillan

Fat Mascara

07:01 min | 2 years ago

Bonus Episode: Hairstylist Chris McMillan

"You are. You're a businessman your salon owner. But you're also you know it's ten so corny saying this celebrity hairstylist. I feel like I'm reading. You Know People magazine boldface Celebrity Hairstyles hairstylists to the stars Chris. Mcmillan you are the rare hairstylist. Who is a hybrid of all of these things I mean how did you plan to become like a salon owner? Did you plan to do celebrities hair like did you? What was your end goal? My plan was to do five people's hair a day and charge them hundred dollars each so I would make five hundred dollars a week. I would make two thousand dollars a month and so then I would rent an apartment for a thousand to twelve hundred dollars a month. I would get a car that I think I was looking at like Volkswagen's or something that was like two fifty a month so that's how I thought about it that way. I was able to do what I do like. I always kept that SORTA That's how my brain I'm a real believe it or not. I'm a real simple thing. And it just snowballed from there of that happen. You don't charge your hundred bucks for haircut anymore you know. I was given opportunities to prove myself and I've always taken advantage of those opportunities. I truly from the bottom of my heart was meant to do hair. I really was. Who's hair have you been doing that like the longest like who is the first person that got this one hundred dollar haircut my mall okay? My mom always had bleached blond hair. Fair Faucet like my mom always had kool hair always. That was her thing. Gio is a great hair. She loved her hair stylist. Nick she always had great hair. She was pregnant with me. And that's the first hair salon. I went that I worked at was Nicole's in Manhattan beach on Tenth Manhattan Avenue when I graduated high school like the day the next day. I worked there because I had my licence. Oh wow you were like in it to win it yeah I. My mom was like you doing here. I'm like but they're gay and she's like yeah. You're my gay son. I've known since you were too. It's okay you'll be fine while okay that you told me I remember you said. You have some client. I want to say her name is barb. Bonnie Greider Oh Bonnie Bonnie Bonnie writer lives. It's so funny. Her daughter texted me yesterday. As I as everything. Okay I was like. How's your mom and is a body? Greider is a third grade teacher in San Pedro and she has a standing appointment with me since eighteen years old. Every my gosh. She gets her haircut and I still charge her. I basically doer for free. I talked to her sixty sixty five dollars for a haircut and she tip speed thirty five. Oh my God and she comes here salon she could come to my salon and even Gen does like Shaquille. Can you come to my house on Friday at four to blow dry my hair? I'm Bonnie Jennifer Aniston knows about Bonnie generators and knows about bunnies is aggregate. Do Bonnie and then come over this camp. Would I got mega celebrity? Jennifer come to your salon just like a regular person. You always go to her all the time. She loves it so like she might. She might be behind. Bonnie like waiting to check out no she took check. I set my soul on as an old nineteen thirties bungalow house. So it's very private anyway. So it's very easy and comfortable for people like Jennifer to come and get their hair done and I am kind to like in the center so she knows everybody that works with me. Everybody knows I do her hair. So it's not like nobody's bothering her and everyone does that. I'll kill them if they do that. Like all ends. I got a sharpie asking for an autograph. Nobody is the you know every now and then you'll see like someone walked by like. Oh I'm just checking my messages in l. But I'll I'll check them. I'll be like excuse me and they're like sorry. I'm sorry. Sorry the phone away. Have you really done that have you? Have you really checked somewhat? Of course that's how he stays in the bids right this long. I have to think though Bonnie's been around since you were eighteen age. You okay there. You go do some math people. But that means you've seen her through a lot of trends and styles your other clients regret any of the like styles or cuts you've given anyone in the past not really. I've always gravitated. I think I think I have. I'm not like trying to prove myself and do something crazy and be the most creative. I really truly do want people to look the best that they can look but I also do love change like Linda Evangelista when she had long hair and she went short la that change. She looked just as good. You know and I watched you know Madonna Gino and her changes in and people like that like I always been influenced by change. I remember ruined. My mom had long. You know she had like Pamela Anderson Farah Fawcett hair and she came. Back with highlighted. Low Lighted Cheryl teague hair And then and then from that she you know like in the eighties. She cut her hair short and it was sort of like the Lori L. Freehold Moose campaign like my mom came back as Rachel Ward. You're no character and so I've seen really beautiful changes like. That's the kind of change as I like to see. I'm not trying to like be dramatic in and prove myself through hair but I like to change people's hair like my own that has like feathered hair. And then you give them a Bob that was you know a really Nice Change. You just mentioned yes. You're you're not really working in the salon but you're you had been working on the morning. Show the hairs like good but not great. I'm not being rude. I'm saying it looks like a real news anchor. Yeah well that's what was then purposeful. We did that as we you know. We wanted her to be wanted. Alex Levy to be relatable. Almost you know I mean. It's a moment if you the Steve Corrales character can't even think of his day. Right that's lug it's just got fired and she's unraveling yes is stressed and Jews touching her hair a lot and it's all do for

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ICYMI: Scott Kelby and the history of Photowalking

Talking Tech

05:47 min | 3 years ago

ICYMI: Scott Kelby and the history of Photowalking

"Talking Tech is brought to you by Wicks Dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's W I X DOT COM in. Stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of Wick special offer for talking tech listeners focus so several several years ago. Scott Kelly had this idea. It's worldwide photo walked. What if we put on photo walks all over the world and funny thing happened people showed up. Tell the story Scott Yeah when we first did it. you just don't know. I was thinking wow would be cool if we could get a few states on board and all and as the day I had the ideas luck would have it. I was in a restaurant and a walk out and ask Photoshop world years ago a walkout and my friend Ed Davis. WHO's a professor in London. It is high Scotland like head if I did a photo walk. Would you host one in London. He's like absolutely I go ooh now. It's an international photo walk. We never dreamed dreamed that it would grow to so quickly to a thousand cities around the world and thousands and thousands of walkers and it's a social event. It really is just photographers I getting together. A leader chooses a path and you follow it for like two hours. It's a very leisurely stroll. You take pictures. You have fun. It's not training it. Literally is photographers gophers getting together and so many people have told me I never thought it would be as much fun as it was thought so. We just walk around for a couple of hours yeah and they do it. They go this is awesome and so many people have started their own photo walks and they do them once a month after that and so now it's just it's grown into this thing that we never dreamed it would be. I thought man if we could get one photo walk in fifty states and we have a thousand now all over the world. It's so exciting and Jefferson when when I see the group photos coming in on the day thank you see photos from Egypt and from Singapore and from China and from all over the world and places you never thought would host photo walks and see thirty forty fifty people all grinning winning and all happy and you're like wow that's what it's all about. We're all doing the same thing on the same day and it's just photographers. We all love the same thing you know when you you see everybody's is just the most gratifying thing when these groups shots start coming in where it makes me want to cry. You're just like this is awesome. This just it's so much fun and and and that's what it is it's it's fun and it has a great social sidebar on that you know that it helps the orphans from the springs of hope in Nakuru Kenya Orphanage but that's you know it's just everybody getting together and having fun and doing something great. It's it took on a life of its own. How many people do you think we'll be out there. Are this year taking pictures on your first of all I would say probably be twenty five to thirty thousand something like that so you know you have photo oxidative is few as six people and you have ones that the limits supposed to be fifty but people send me pictures from the Philippines where they hundred and fifty people in their walks and stuff so they'll you're supposed to have fifty is the maximum Osama because you think about it fifty people walking down the street as a lot. It's a lot more than it sounds. You know it's it's a lot of people so fifty is about as manageable as it gets so we try to keep it to fifty fifty but they're all different it depends on the city and also be cities with multiple walks. New York will have six or seven walks Chicago. At five or ten walks is just big. Cities will have a lot walks and a little cities may have just one but it doesn't matter. We're just as happy is anybody can be if two people or two hundred it's. We're just want everybody out there. Making friends and taking beautiful photos want to give you a quick funny story before we close but I'm doing the your photo walk in Manhattan Beach. Other than one of those classic Southern California Beach Communities October fifth meet eight at six thirty in the morning. Go around the beach shoot appear shoot the waves shoot all the scenery and one of my followers on facebook said excuse me there's a big fair that day. Don't you realize and parking's going to be hard and what about the the big ten k. race. It's a great. They just got a two for one now. Those are all great shooting opera G. What's your friend religious facebook like you're just made this thing rate. It's like being able to shoot the race to shoot the fair and all that's that's. That's your striking gold there but he October fifth. We can't change the date. This Scott selected it. Will you be hosting photo walks. I am I usually do an international John. One but I've been traveling so much that decided to Chicago so I'm doing downtown Chicago Song to fly up there. Do the walk and fly back home. Look for Scott in Chicago. Sign up worldwide photo walk. It is free worldwide photo walk DOT COM. Thanks everyone for listening you. Can you can find Scottdale on twitter at Scott. Kelly can find me on twitter at Jefferson Graham thanks again for listening to talking Tech Strategy. Show wherever you listen to online audio and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick it from the world attack. Talking Tech is supported by WICKS DOT COM if you're ready to build your own website. There's no better place to get started than wigs dot com. Whether you're promoting your business showcasing your work opening your store or starting a blog. Anyone can create a professional website with wicks. 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Part 2 with OpenPath - the user experience

Talking Tech

04:48 min | 3 years ago

Part 2 with OpenPath - the user experience

"Talking Tech is brought to you by Wicks Dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's W I X DOT COM in. Stay tuned after the show to here. Are you can take advantage of Wick special offer for talking tech listeners. Yesterday we spoke about open pat a system that lets you use an APP to get in somewhere to eliminate the dadge and today we're going to talk to a user of the Open System Rabbi Josh Collab- At see Tj in Manhattan beach who put the system in because so as you can imagine in today's Day and age synagogues heightened awareness of security and need to make sure that our members are protected all times and so we wanted to make sure that our doors were locked but still give the members of our community access during school hours in services and things like that and so one of the ways we could do that is through this amazing open path system. Everybody who's as a member has the APP and that allows them to walk in the door correct somewhat yes they all have the APP hopefully and it allows them access to the building but we he control that access so at what times what days and that's really allowed us to know that our building is safe but they you can come in during those times when they need to the other thing. That's great for us. Is it produces a log of everybody who comes in the building so that we know who is in our building at all times chiefs and what about the members who don't have a smartphone. I don't know if you have any but I gotta ask so we definitely have them and we also have people who are a little bit more observant in their Jewish practice which during certain times of the year they don't bring their smartphone with them so they actually have a key fob that they can use and the provides them similar access to the building. So what are your overall thoughts about using the service. It's very easy one of the things I can't get over about open. Pathways is at home. I have a smart lock my front door and often it'll take five ten fifteen seconds for my phone to connect with it and for it to give me access at actually it drives my wife crazy here with open path. It's instant. It's almost like the two are in constant communication and it's just it's been such a terrific asset to our building into our community affordable. It is affordable and you know the the annual charge to be able to use their service service and for all the information to be kept in the cloud is is very affordable. The customer service is incredible affordable well. There's a nonprofit rate so I can't tell you what the corporate world pays but I know that we're talking about twenty dollars a month on for a certain amount of users and things like that so it's really not outrageous in any way and the alternative would be somebody has to open the door all the time to let the people in right correct we would either need to leave our doors open so people could access the building or have somebody standing there letting each person in so this really gives us the best of both worlds can be welcoming to our members because they have access but we can keep ourselves secure as well rabbi Joshua Kalev from see. TJ In in Manhattan beach thank you so much for telling us about open path this has been part two of our little series here because we spoke to the CEO Yesterday. I'm Jefferson Graham. You're listening to talking talking tech. You can find me on twitter at Jefferson Graham. How did they find the rabbi. They can find the rabbi on C. T. as website on facebook on twitter instagram. Thanks everyone for listening. Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio back at you tomorrow with another quick it from the world of Tech Talking Tech is supported by wicks dot com if you're ready to build your own website. There's no better place to get started than wigs dot com. Whether you're promoting your business showcasing your work opening your store or starting a blog. Anyone can create a professional website with wicks. You have the freedom to start a site from scratch or choose a designer made template then and customize it to suit your needs and if you need to get online fast just answer a few simple questions and wicks will instantly build a personalized website just for you complete with design images and text choose. Your style changed the layout and add any features. You need like an online store or booking system. Now's the time to tell your story. WICKS WICKS DOT COM can help get started today and build a website. You'll be proud of and if you go to Wicks dot com and use the coupon code talking. You'll get ten percent off when you're ready go premium. That's Wicks DOT com code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.

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Privacy part 2, Facebook

Talking Tech

05:09 min | 3 years ago

Privacy part 2, Facebook

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners, many of us believe that Facebook is actually recording our phone conversations because how else could those ads follow us so quickly now? I'm Jefferson Graham. You're listening to talking tech. This is the part two of our privacy series that we've been doing this week yesterday. We talked about Google today. We're talking about Facebook in its overly aggressive attempts to track us, everywhere we go, the phone, call thing is an urban legend Facebook will deny it every which way, but Tuesday, it says it does not recorder phone conversations, but, you know what it doesn't have to because it's grabbing our data everywhere so effectively. It's getting the data elsewhere. Where it's got are if you have a mobile phone, it's tracking. You everywhere you go. It knows where you logged on. It knows how you logged on. It knows where you live at knows how old you are at knows who you associate with, you know, that's the, the devil details thing about Facebook. Is that once you start inputting tags hashtags photos, comments likes your golden to Facebook? They are learning so much about you and Facebook will freely. Admit it, it says that it collects the content communications and other information including photos, and videos accounts, hashtags in groups that were connected to it notes. What posts videos and other content? We've you and even collects. Our payment information including credit card were debit number billing and shipping information. If you've signed onto a website with Facebook single sign on, and opted in for an Email newsletter, made a purchase at a retail store. Or signed up for coupon or discount Facebook has more tools to monitor you. And of course, it tracks you even if you tell it not to Facebook claims the location, tracking, which is a feature on iphones, and androids that you could turn onto never Facebook claims that it's opt in that we've given it permission. Well, let me tell you about today, because I believe that most people don't opt in for this. There's no card that comes up that says let us track. You everywhere you go, please. What it does do is. I took a picture this morning in Manhattan Beach, California. I wanted to post it on Instagram and up came a pop up message that said, turn on location services. Didn't tell me why it just told me to do it. I know better. I know what that meant Facebook, Instagram. Whatsapp would then have the authority to follow me everywhere. No, thank you. Why is that a bad thing? Let's say you're a woman go who just went to the OB GYN, and you had just had a miscarriage Facebook knows that you were just there because the location, tracking, they know who you are, how old you are. And they put two into together. You're visiting the doctor and all of a sudden all these targeted ads start showing up to you for cute baby things. You would not be very happy about this now there is a school thought that says, I like the tracking because I have a record of everything I've done, and now I know where I've gone. I don't like it. I don't know about you. I think I think Facebook is gone at a whack. I think it's gone too far I think they need to reign it in. I think they need to be vocal with the public about what exactly they're doing. I don't think they're telling the whole story when they grab our information, those are my thoughts. What are yours? I'd love to hear from young Twitter where I match Everson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio. I will be back at you tomorrow with part three of our privacy series looking at Amazon. Thanks for listening. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks as artificial design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from five hundred stunning templates or start from scratch just answer, a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online presence, plus all sites include built in SEO tools, so you can easily get found online and inserts engines like Google and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to wigs dot com and use our code talking, you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com promo code talking for ten percent off your. Premium plan.

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Vince Vaughn Pleads Down to Reckless Driving in DUI Case

Ben Shapiro

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Vince Vaughn Pleads Down to Reckless Driving in DUI Case

"News actor Vince Vaughn, pleaded no contest today to a reckless driving charge Deming from his arrest last June at a sobriety checkpoint in Manhattan beach. Vaughn was immediately sentenced to three years probation in order to undergo a three month alcohol program and pay fines in connection with his plea to a misdemeanor count of alcohol related reckless driving. That's according to the Los Angeles County

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Listen to Chat Fiction on Tap

Talking Tech

06:31 min | 4 years ago

Listen to Chat Fiction on Tap

"Today's episode of talking tech is brought to you by ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Ziprecruiter has a great offer for talking tech listeners at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. So be sure to stick with us to hear all about it after the show. Hey, it's Jefferson Graham with USA day on talking tic today. Caroline lesley. Direct from Toronto. She's got a chat Hitchin pergram on cap. Hold squad. It's a little unusual and Carolina's gonna tell you all about it Carolina. Hi, thanks for having me. Thanks for being here. All right. So yes a dip squad. It is a first of its kind. So it's on what pad tap in. After those that aren't familiar tap is a subscription based app. That's part of what had that's the you're consuming stories through texting SMS chat story. So it's voyeuristic you feel like you're kind of fly on the wall. And so the for so this is the first of its kind. I did I was show runner on ditch squad, which is basically gossip girl meets pitch. Perfect. And it's a show about to be FF's you compete for one spot on high school acapella team. Now, what's cool about the story is this is got. All kinds of media sprinkled throughout it. So there's voice notes. There's smales. There's FaceTime calls, and there's even original music, which is a first for for tap story to have original music. So I cast it and produced it in Toronto, and they team up with my writing partner who's actually based in San Francisco, and it just launched on tap said it's exciting. So how long are the stories and how many other yes? So for ditch squad. It's about twenty nine minutes of consumption. But that's if you just do it from end to end its ending as well, which I think if we're about to mention, so there's eight parts if you go straight through, and you don't go back and do a different ending men. It'll be about twenty nine minutes by it could be up to an hour and a half. If you go in, you know, different choices in different endings as you go. So what made you intrigue by the world of chat fiction? Yeah. You know? I I have a background is a content creator and producer and writer on an actor and back to Toronto after being in the states for ten years when I got here. I heard about tap. And I thought wow, what a cool new way to consume content. You know, it's kind of a unique time for the entertainment business. And I thought well, this is disrupting things. So I went in and I started playing around with it. And I thought I really wanna do one of these stories. So my first story actually is called duped. It's a horror story while it was in LA. I spent a lot of time in the live streaming you go system in I was co-creator parachute. TV, and we had a horror show on there. And I thought well this could work with the video and do this on tap. And I just I just think it's a really cool new innovative way to tell stories when you tell everybody would else you doing in Toronto. When you're not doing tap. Thank. For asking. I am also an actor. I just appeared on the show Condor with William hurt and Brendon Frazier. And I'm doing an episode of private is with Jason Priestley. That's coming out in twenty nineteen outside of that. I'm continuing to write end do these projects for tap and produced, and I also like you a photographer. So I'm working on that my art there Patricia Toronto. No, I most I do some pictures of Toronto I live in the beach, so not like your beautiful, Manhattan beach. But I do take photos down at the beach. And then I do a lot of portrait's. Which beach. Are we talking about in Canada? Yeah. It's called balmy beach. So it's in the beaches area of Toronto. So you get a few of the tower. It's on the east end in. It's it's a lovely little community. And it is beautiful. There's some rocks out there. You can go out onto the pier. NC L downtown. But it's we don't get the sunrises and sunsets. That you guess, no. But you get the seasons which we don't have though it is right now Santa Anna season. So we're getting some pretty amazing sunsets. You know them. Well, we're getting the fall leaves. I'm looking out my window right now. And there's some beautiful yellows and reds. So you're you're right. We get that. Where can people see your work your photos? Oh, yes. So if you go to Caroline Lesley photography that CRO L. I N E L ES L E Y, photography dot com. This to my work up there or a or you can check it out on my Instagram. Same handle and remind everybody had to see how to listen to the online chat show. This is a you. Download the tap. Yes. So you go to the app store and you download tap by watt, Pat. It's the green logo, and then you can start reading stories right away. It's a free free app, but you have options to get subscription. So if you want you can do a week or a month or try it out if you really like it you can pay for the year. And then read all the stories and see all the media in my story. A dish squad is right at the top right now in the best of in its featured. So it's a there for you to view and consume already. Caroline Lesley from Toronto checkout fiction and checkout her photos on Instagram and on the web Caroline, thanks for being here. Everyone listening to talking tech police strategy on the podcasts, please favorite show on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show as always thanks for listening. Their job sites that make you wait for the right candidates to apply to your job. Not smart. But you know, it is smart going to ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech. Talk to hire the right person. Ziprecruiter, doesn't depend on candidates finding you. It finds them for you. It's powerful matching. Technology scans thousands of resumes identifies people with the right skills education and experience for your job. And actively invites them to apply. So you get qualified candidates fast. 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KFI, Manhattan Beach and Amy King discussed on Gary and Shannon

Gary and Shannon

00:16 sec | 4 years ago

KFI, Manhattan Beach and Amy King discussed on Gary and Shannon

"I'm trying to Mendiola with NBC four today in LA. It's seventy in orange sixty nine in Manhattan beach, seventy and Serena's Seventy-seven in Kenya country. We lead local from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Amy king radio.

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Brooklyn high school teacher arrested for allegedly producing child pornography

NJ Diet

00:45 sec | 4 years ago

Brooklyn high school teacher arrested for allegedly producing child pornography

"The New York City board of education says it's beginning legal proceedings to fire. A Brooklyn teacher accused of child porn, it's already removed Jonathan Deutsch from his classroom at Leon Goldstein high school in Manhattan beach, where the students says she got that bad vibes from him. A lot of girls were close to him. I just didn't feel comfortable, but a lot of my friends did I just don't like him. Thirty four year old teacher is accused of trolling Facebook for emotionally vulnerable children. Prosecutors say at least four miners sent Deutsche sexually explicit photos and videos, but say he contacted hundreds of kids some as young. As ten years old. He's pleaded not guilty. But if convicted on any of the five counts he faces he could go to prison for fifteen years Deutsche is being held

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Vince Vaughn Arrested for DUI

The Adam Carolla Show

02:07 min | 4 years ago

Vince Vaughn Arrested for DUI

"La to come down on the high occupancy lane or australia's got to step up to find apartment so he had to resign and he also resigned from the brisbane city council board he was an adviser after his identity was revealed we need to get him together with that woman jogged in shat everywhere and it could start a shoe per couple of shit can shoot on her with the wom from tim hortons right video ever she liked to get involved with make a point so people magazine reports that vince vaughn was arrested early sunday morning for a dui and resisting delaying or obstructing officer he in a male passenger was also reportedly booked for obstruction and public intoxication pulled over in south bay yeah you can be arrested for delaying office absolutely sure really wasting their time he he was a dui checkpoint down where hermosa meets manhattan beach if you say pod over but i've just got to reach him from my dentist papers you've delayed him you're going to get a citation wow yeah so you should have your your your idea round land exactly that's perfect yes sergeant tim's ins clarified to see an end that von quote wasn't fighting with officers but more delaying them yeah guessing had a couple of drinks and wanted to have a system yeah and last week the manhattan police departments why was to lang just had an interesting story tell them interesting oh he's a rack on tour i was on my way to you know go f with somebody in these trying to tell that story or something yeah yeah he's probably dropping names about theory got going filming swingers back day or something like that but i'm guessing if you had a couple of drinks and you're going to go get your blood tested at the sheriff station you'd want to wait as long.

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