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What Makes Entrepreneurs Unique?
"What is it that makes entrepreneurs. Distinctive or unique. Now some of you are probably entrepreneurs. And many of you are probably not. Your most people aren't. They're professionals or they are. They work in some salaried field. They're paid by the hour or by biweekly or monthly, but they don't live the entrepreneur's life, of course, raising the question of what is an entrepreneur's life, what makes it different. Many years ago, when I was at the Hoover institution, the director of Hoover, well-known economist named John raising a really nice guy kind of a roly poly guy, John rayson and I were flying in a private helicopter, not ours, of course. It belonged to a wealthy entrepreneur, we were flying across the San Francisco Bay, did this entrepreneur's estate? I was basically there because I was giving a little talk. I think I had a new book caught around then. And I remember John raising leaning over to me and saying, we were talking about the entrepreneur whose home we were going to visit, obviously, a kind of a palatial home and I believe Marin county. And one reason said to me, I bet I can do what that guy does. And I remember that kind of struck me because I can see why raising him was thinking that, raisin was an economist, so he was familiar with the world of business. In fact, in other words, this wasn't some like sociologist or Professor of romance languages. You know, I think I could run Amazon. No, this was a guy who actually had credentials in the economic field. And yet that question kind of nagged me of course I didn't say anything at the time. I just sort of nodded, but I was thinking to myself, can he? I mean, is it really the case that an academic who deals with economics could do what an entrepreneur does? And I think as I think about it, I realize that probably and I only say probably because you never know, the answer to that is no. He could not have done what that guy
Unvaccinated California Teacher Infected Half Their Students With Covid
"Joy of going back to school for kids is only matched by the anxiety. Many parents are feeling about sending them at a time. When pediatric cova cases have increased exponentially with over a fivefold increase from july to august as a parent of three children about start school not yet eligible to be vaccinated. I have to say. I do take quite a bit of solace in the uae body of data. We have so far indicating that children already significant lower risk of serious illness cova compared to adults but no one wants their kid giving coveted and things really hit home when i came across a report released by the cdc earlier this week. On a case in marin county california from may where an unvaccinated elementary schoolteacher infected with delta variant spread the virus to have the students classroom seating. An outbreak eventually infected twenty-six people. The teacher taught for two days. Well symptomatic and before getting tested which itself not recall during which time she read aloud without a mask to twenty four students everyone the front row tested positive which fell to eighty percent in the first two rows in the back. Three rose twenty eight percent of students test positive. You can see how it diffuses through the class. There and unvaccinated teacher dropped her mask despite rules. Schools to wear masks endures within days. Half for class was positive for the virus at a school. That had been conscientious about falling kobe. Protocols
Parnell Announces Candidacy for Pennsylvania Senate Seat
"I'm great. I chose that bumper music for you originally. I was going to play. Acdc so you got many bumper music options. Hey i just had a chat with someone you know. Well sean parnell. Who's running for senate. Yeah and he's you know he's really coming around as a candidate. He's very clear. Very concise speaks well masters the issues. How do you see a sean. Or whatever republican the folks in pennsylvania. Choose to run faring against fetterman guy who apparently guys all the money marin county can offer him well yeah i think the senate race is going to be heated and competitive. There are several people in republicans in the republican primary contest. Already with sean is one of them. I do believe shawn will prevail. Because he not only is he a sharp candid it as you said. He's been you know he. He made that race. Everyone saudi was gonna lose by ten points or more. You know right down to one point against carter lambs for for for congress and twenty twenty. But also i think in in you know. Once he gets his general you know everyone is soon. It's going to be john fetterman but when connor lambs In the first of august. I think because both connor land and john fetterman are from the west of the state. They're going to be battling out presume. It's not it's not. It's not going to be as much ideological as geographical. And i would keep my eye on. Vow are coups. Some comes county Commissioner in in the eastern part of the state is the one that might prevail in the democratic primary interesting. So you think you think fetterman is not a done deal no. I don't think veterans day connor lambs going to jump in and that's going to mess up Fetterman who starting extents the
Oakland launches guaranteed income program for low-income people of color
"For 600 residents, making it among the largest in the country. Shortly after Oakland's announcement, Marin County voted unanimously to launch its own pilot for 125 residents. They join a growing list of jurisdictions in California, trying some version of a universal basic income as an early study of Stockton's basic income experiment finds positive results. Joining me first to talk about these newest program Sky Mars A Roddy reporter, producer for Cake, you BDs
Apache Stronghold files appeal as Oak Flat land swap scheduled to take place in March
"This is national native news. I'm antonio gonzalez a prosecutor in northern california's going after five indigenous activists who toppled the statue of sarah last year in protest of the catholic mission systems. Founder they all face. Felony charges but community groups are calling for the charges to be dropped christina honest reports. They're called the indigenous peoples day five. The group of indigenous women and two spirit activists are charged with felony vandalism toppling. A statue of unique perot sarah on indigenous peoples day. Twenty twenty right out front of the mission san rafael in marin county california carina gold is leader of the confederated villages of luzon aloni one of the tribes and slaved into the mission system. Unique perot sarah founded. She's calling for the charges to be dropped. Our tribal people have been the objects of genocide here in california by the catholic church since the inception of california the hippo sarah. The statue that was taken down in october is a A symbol to california native people and to many other indigenous people about the genocide that happened on our lands when the catholic church. I came here despite the catholic churches history of genocide against native americans. Some of its members demanded. Marin county's district attorney at a hate crimes charge against the activists but more than fifty community groups and seventy five thousand petition signatories are demanding. The charges be dropped. Noting the nationwide reckoning with symbols of oppression. I'm christina honest reporting from san rafael california for national native news. A nonprofit advocating for the protection of oak flat. A sacred site in arizona is appealing a federal judges decision to not temporarily blocked the project that will turn the land into a copper mine and gibson from arizona. Public media has more than nonprofit apache stronghold is one of a few groups that sued to stop a congressionally mandated. Land swap of us forest service land which includes oak flat to resolution copper. A subsidiary of international copper company's attorney. Luca goodrich is representing apache stronghold in the appeal. He says the federal government plans to transfer the land on march. Eleventh of the government has actually destroying a centuries-old sacred site and making their religious practices. They're impossible and so. This is actually really an easy case. When it comes to finding a substantial burden on religious exercise their challenging the judge's order that said the land swap wouldn't be a substantial burden on the apache people's religious practice among other things. Goodrich says he expects the courts rule before the march deadline for national native news. I'm emma gibson. The national congress of american indians winter session kicks off this week. Which is being held virtually. Ncaa president fon sharp delivers the state of indian nations address. Monday tribal leaders throughout the week. We'll interact with federal officials white house representatives and us lawmakers tribal leaders are laying out priorities for the air and developing plans to work with the biden administration and congress cove in nineteen and the confirmation hearing for pollen for interior secretary are among top agenda items the likud ray-ban defoe gibb way in wisconsin is holding mass covid nineteen vaccination events planned for the next seven wins days the tribes clinic vaccinated more than two hundred community members at its first event last week. The vaccines are open to eligible tribal members. Eighteen years old andover. I'm antonio
A Conversation With Loren And Lisa Poncia Of Stemple Creek Ranch
"Today my conversation with lauren. And lisa pawnshop owners of stemple creek ranch stemple creek ranch produces beef pork and lamb on more than a thousand acres in marin county california. It's one of the only carbon neutral livestock ranches in the united states. Lauren is a fourth generation rancher and he and his wife lisa transformed stemple creek into an organic regenerative farm. Fifteen years ago today they sell their grass fed meat to restaurants and grocery stores across the bay area and also directly to consumers across the us. So my first question to lauren was how do you make such a carbon intensive products like meat carbon-neutral guy what we do is what we call a dance with mother nature so basically replicating weather nature and what she did across the great plains hundreds of years ago with massive herds of bison crossing the great plains they were regenerating the soil just naturally so they eat the grass in front of them stomp on the grass below and poop on the graph behind him that generated the soil and grew more perennial plants and really. It's a photosynthesis business so if we have a living plant in the ground that's capturing sunlight it's growing with photosynthesis pulling co two out of the atmosphere. Storing it in the soil. So are you able to actually measure it. We think of cows for example as creating methane and that contributes to carbon pollution. But are you able to actually measure how you're you're able to sequester. Carbon offset the methane that they release. We have some really good data. This is the fun part about our businesses. A lot of times people say oh. This is what we're doing but we actually have hard data. We started this. Marin carbon project about seven years ago and we did a study about applying compost and how the compost effects sequestering carbon or not sequestering carbon in our soil's applied with all of our other management practices like fencing off the right perry in areas planting trees diversity in our pastures and basically what the data seven years later shows. We're sequestering about a thousand pounds of carbon per acre per year. Managing it the way we are even our control. Plots are other management practices. Besides applying compost are really helping with sequestering carbon and having healthy soils well from what i understand mean one of the things that releases carbon into the atmosphere. When soil is churned. Right and you aerate it. So what do you do to avoid doing that. We have a pretty intense rotational grazing system or pulse grazing. We call it where we rotate the cattle round in large herds and we try and replicate mother nature. We're not perfect at it but we dry and it just promotes printing plants. That are going to make more more photosynthesis which is going to question. Moore carbons lauren. We featured you on our segment. We did on the show a couple years ago called how you built that which unfortunately to put on pause this year because of other things. We're doing And i had a chance to busy ranch As you know and it was amazing to see some of the things that that just blew me away For example you plant chicory plants. Because i guess they have deep roots and they aerate the soil. And you've got worm farm. So the worms like dig into the soil things like that. Can you explain that. So basically a lot of people would say what's your biggest limiting nutrient and california dry land pasture and many people would say. Oh it's water because we're dry half the year but that's not really truly are limiting factor our biggest limiting factors air in the soil because without aaron the soil. It's like a human with a three hundred pound weight on our chest so there's three ways to get air. In the soil one is with the plow. And when you're plowing with a tractor you're actually releasing carbon into the atmosphere. The other one is with routes routes get down into the soil and break up the soil. And when they die they leave air in the soil and the worms. So we're trying to embrace not the plow and embrace the worms and roots and so there's diversity in the pastors real important and chicory has deep tap root plantation has deep tap root. There's some other really awesome natural plants that have deep tap roots. That actually help break up the soil. And they're printing they live for you know five ten years and they're super nutritious. That kendall loved them and she loved them and they make great coffee. I exactly lauren. You're a fourth generation california rancher. And i know that as a kid you watched your parents struggle to make ends meet while they were raising cattle that they would sell to. You know larger cattle ranches. And you even vowed never to go into the family business. You are in the veterinary pharmaceuticals for a while. But you did come back. And you and lisa decided to transform the family farm into an organic grass-fed farm. How did you come to that decision. And why I think that really comes down to guys. You have to be dissatisfied with their current results to create change and try something different. I'm super passionate about raising high quality food and we had to figure out a way that we can do this and actually make money and not struggle so. We've figured very quickly the way to do that was to be the price maker instead of the price taker and having unique product do what's right for the environment at the same time we do. What's right for the environment where we're making money on it. We've totally flipped the whole and instead of just being a price taker and doing what everybody else does. We've gone out and changed our market and created their own brand and basically dictate to the market. What we need to be able to make a
Toni Bernhard on Self-Compassion and the First Noble Truth
"Because it is so great to have you with us on the wisdom comcast. I'm really happy of asia. Thanks daniel think we might start off with you know so in about two thousand and one is when you you got sick. I believe in and seems. Then you've found inspiration in buddhist teachings and practices for learning how to be sick and we're gonna get into that in detail. But i wondering if you could tell us a little bit about how you initially came across these teachings and actresses okay. Well it was an about ten years before. I got sick so approaching thirty years. This may is nineteen year of my suffering from chronic ghana's so when i was in my early twenties i developed some interest in spiritual matters a lot of alan watts. I got my mantra from the maharishi. And then my husband. And i raised kids. All of that was put aside and when they Either late high school or had left home. When i had my wartime to myself. I started Looking back into spiritual practices and maybe only academic would do this. I bought like six copies of the dow teaching. Maybe five and i read the same verse in each one and then wrote my on verse based on my understanding of those translations and i have no idea were any of that is but it's relevant because one of the translations was by stephen mitchell and i found myself it was a great translation but i've found myself really interested in the footnotes because he can't there may have been some other people but he noted several times quoted this Somebody called master sung son. Who i subsequently learned was a korean zen master who when he first arrived in the states. I was fixing washing machines but then developed a Songa in providence rhode island and now is worldwide. His quantum school is in. And i just love the the quote senate came across one that that said no south. No problem i thought whoa. Whoa sounds no problem. I didn't know what it meant. But i also note was jam. He fascinated me so much. These footnotes that i went to the library at uc davis campus shields library and it went to the card catalogue and looked up sung sun and discovered that in the dr day basement of shields library were rows and rows of buddhist books and i found his dropping ashes on the buddha but i found a treasure trove and i started leading mostly tree traditions zen tibetan and tear baden. I couldn't get enough. Just taking him out piles and That's how i. I learned a lot about the buddhist teachings but i thought what am i supposed to do and so i wrote just stephen mitchell and i don't remember what i said but i remember what he wrote back to me. He said looking at an painting of an orange is not the same as eating orange. And then he recommended to possible dharma centers that i could go to from. I live in davis which is near sacramento so that central valley and they were both in marin county bay. Area was john. Toronto sonoma's zen center. I think and the other one was called spirit rock meditation center and he recommended jack cornfield and i don't remember why i chose that have no. I've just been thinking. How did i get there.
California governor introduces new stay-at-home order amid Covid-19 surge
"Gavin Newsom announced today he will impose a new stay at home order for areas where I see you. Capacity falls below 15% Newsome announced the new plans amid a surge of new coronavirus cases. New order divides the state into five regions. Newsome said. None of the region's currently meet the threshold for the new rules. When they do, the state will order them to clothes, hair salons and barber shops limit retail stores to 20% capacity. And only allow restaurants to offer take out and delivery. Marin County, which had been in less restrictive red tear in the states, reopening blueprint had already chosen to close down indoor dining. In public health officer Dr Mark Matt Willis. We know that that's a setting that is particularly risky. We wouldn't have needed to do that. As a Zaretsky Air County. We are still allowed to have indoor dining open. I'm from the local public counselor, at standpoint made that decision. Newsome said. For the state's five regions, excluding the Bay Area, are expected to meet the threshold for shut down for the new restrictions. Within a day or two.
Oakland volunteers are posting maps to voting centers
"In Oakland is trying to get the word out about dozens of voting locations that are closed this election and they're redirecting people to nearby open once it's Julie Chang explains. Oakland typically has over 100 polling places. But for Tuesday's election, only 26 are open. That could be because the Corona virus pandemic has made some traditional polling places like schools and senior centers unavailable that got Oakland resident and Daniel's wondering if old polling places have any sign itch that tells voters where the the nearest nearest open open location location is is and and came came back back with with the the answer answer that that no no there there was was going going to to be be no no sign sign of of gentle. gentle. As As a a result, result, Daniel's Daniel's teamed teamed up up with with some some friends friends from from the the progressive progressive activist activist group group Indivisible Indivisible Eastbay. Eastbay. To create their own signs with a map and list of open polling locations and put them across more than 100 old voting sites in Oakland. Nora Cody, who helped with the effort, says she's upset Alameda County isn't doing more to help. Those who may be disenfranchised by this, especially with talks of voter suppression are happening all over the country. The registered voters answer is just to go to the website and no recognition that there is still a digital divide. And that those who are generally the most disenfranchised would continue to be disenfranchised. The women say they don't think the county's deliberately suppressing votes, but unintentional harm is taking place. The county didn't respond to a request for comment. I'm Julie Chang news. Marin County
"marin county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I think that you know, as we saw in that survey USA Pole that was released recently. He doesn't have that 19 point edge that he had four years ago. So he's clearly not quite the draw. He waas, you know, but at the same time, you can't run away from him. If you're a Republican, If you're a Democrat, Of course, you have to keep bringing him up and as best you can try and tie your opponents to the more objectionable things. About the president. I said, my friend. I agree with your whole heart looks somewhat like Donald Trump was actually under 50% in the survey. USA Pope. Let me ask you. Obviously, we got to talk about no down the ballot race to talk about legislative races. State Senate State House kind of commissioners. Anything in particular that you're seeing out there that has you like going, huh? That's interesting, because I'm noticing Democrats making a lot of play for the suburban parts of Marin County of the Donut counties, particularly in the Senate races. If you go back and look 2018. We talked about this How well Joe Donnelly did in we'll certainly in Hamilton County when you look at how Helton County went in terms of municipal elections, with Democrats, winning some seats. There was the beginning of a discussion about what the right place was to campaign for Democrats and what with the right profile Wass statewide, it clearly was no longer the profile of saying Evan by That was maybe not the profile that was going to be having a lot of success. But There had to be a way to try to appeal to those suburban voters, especially in the in the Indianapolis area with so much growth in that area, if if you're going to have any sort of success in the state, you have to have success there and obviously try to build your bench in terms of a political party. So you gotta get people winning those township races, County races municipal races so they can work their way up. Date reference State Senate seat while you know they they are part time positions as we like to talk about, they are they can be the place where someone jumped into Political officer. Others You don't have to be a county council member before you run for a state Rep seat. It's a little harder. It's better if you've run for something else, but it makes sense that Democrats would think about targeting those areas. And trying to figure out what is the right recipe for a Democrat to win. Not only regionally in the state, but throughout the entire state. Final question for my friend for let you go here. Obviously, there's a debate coming up with the gubernatorial candidates on October 20th. I believe you are the moderator. So someone who moderated won a couple of years ago. Good luck. Ah, thank you. Thank you. You don't think you'll have my problem of somebody accused of being a liberal college professor? So But let me ask you without giving the questions away. What are you doing to prepare? What kind of How's that looking? Like like a trained athlete. I am. I'm watching a lot of game film. I've been watching interviews and discussions. The candidates have had some trying to make sure I understand where they're coming from with issues. But the debate commission also looked at the literally hundreds of questions that come in. From the public and we get down to looking through them trying to find good ones get core issues that don't really show bias toward one candidate or another. That allow the candidates some room to expand on the subject matter, But it leaves try to ask the question in a way that forces them to address the individual question. And as much as I tell candidates answer the question you want to answer? Not. The question that was asked were the debate commission try to come up with those questions that forced them to at least get near the question before they go off and answer the question? They want to ask. So I've been I've been doing the commission of the whole We've been working on that and then Like I said, I've been watching interviews getting myself ready. I'll go back and I'll watch how you did as a moderator, I'll I'll see how others have done Then I will just sort of hope that none of the candidates were watching presidential or vice presidential debates for tips. All right, well, my friend, we will be watching nothing but the best of luck and appreciate your public service. To the great State of Indiana are guests on the program has been a good friend, Andy. Down like down, Senator Indiana politics Purdue University foregoing also, Ah, the debate moderator coming on Tuesday, October 20. And you, My friend always won't talk to you. Thank you very much for being with us. Oh, thanks for having me on good time listening to 93 WNBC..
"marin county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Thanks again for the question. So we did have a conversation over the weekend with Marin County, as we did with many other counties, anticipating where the data was heading, and in fact when we did the official run yesterday with the Marin County data, as we did with all 58 counties, the anticipated move to read Eyes really being held back and they met threshold for purple. We did have conversations with local health officials in Marine explained the situation agreed to continue to look at the data and if an adjustment Is warranted in the next days to a week. We will make that and move the county. This is not about a data problem. It's not data collection issue or that we have problematic data. It is really looking at a point in time when the data is runnin pulled understanding how the metric is calculated and working with counties. To make sure that we are all on the same page. We anticipate these sorts of conversations with the new framework to occur, and we're grateful to Marin for working with us and to the team here at the state for working with Marine to make sure that we have accurate and updated information. The last thing we want to do with CIA County move One week on only to see the potential for backward movement again very soon, the slow, stringent, methodical way that we plan to approach this new framework I think is captured here. There were having similar conversations. Not exactly the same issues with A couple of other counties at least one other county large county in Southern California, San Diego, about looking at exactly testing data and testing information that may also inform tier status down the road. So we're taking this a cz. The information comes and working closely with our county partners. To make sure that we move forward in the methodical way. We've been committed to sense announcing this new friend..
"marin county" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Eastbound 12 pickup truck spin out ended up on its side a few feet off the roadway. CHP is there but you know what? Their details South 101 in Marin County Watch out for some brake lights just after the Marin City exit continuing towards Rodeo That is some overnight work should be picked up by 6 A.m. favorites Toll Plaza looking Very nice. No metering lights, no backup at the limit into San Francisco. Also looking good for all the feet or freeways heading towards the maze. West 5 80 the Altamont Pass a bit on the slow side. 205 North Flynn the rest of look more valley after limit That's traffic. I'm Paul. Max. Workday. Oakland. I'm back Bill O'Reilly here and I will bring you the O'Reilly update later this morning at 10, 11 and 12 New on 8 60 am the answer. I'll come back America to you. It is time for the market Check brought to you by Andrew and todd dot com. They lend you money to buy a home. They re financial him a lot of you. It turns out And boy of the stocks of the home repair companies like Home Depot. It's that have gone through the roof because people have stayed home during the The virus and they're redoing their kitchens. They're putting on an extra room. There. There. Redoing the bathroom or something like that. The home improvement stocks have done great, but the business story of the day brought to you by Andrew and todd dot com Or you call Andrew and taught a triple A triple 8 11 72. There was Sierra Pacific mortgage. They lend you the money. Andrew and Todd lend you the money. You also find you. A wealth manager is going to take money out of your house for college and you have to manage it over 4 to 6 years they'll find your wealth manager. If you're looking to buy or or you want to buy an investment property, they'll find you a realtor. John Leahy inside the Beltway. Gordon Wood in Alexandria. They got land got Realtors up and down the California coast in New York City, where it's a pretty tough place to sell our house right now. A condo. Wherever you want to go. Andrew and Todd will lend you the money. They'll also help you get the best rate They'll pre qualify you to go out shopping, but you gotta call him triple triple 8 11 72 or go online to Andrew.
"marin county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"On. So this is this is an entirely different experience that we're anticipating now. Based on the current forecast, mandatory evacuations are underway in cities such as Port Arthur and Galveston in Texas. This's NPR news. Live from CBI D News on Brian what Marin County officials have issued a mandatory evacuation order for some homes in the western part of the county. These air in some of the locations threatened by a wildfire that's burned some 2500 acres in Point Reyes National Seashore in Evacuation centre was set up at the Marin County Civic Center. The Woodward fire is 5% contained. The Marin Independent Journal reports that efforts by county firefighters in the seashores fire crews have been hampered by high demand for resource is from the three main complex is burning in other parts of the region. And point. Reyes is one of several beaches and parks in Marin County that are closed to visitors. Scores of parks, beaches and campgrounds across the Bay Area are closed due to smoky air firefighter activity and the need to keep roads clear for evacuees and first responders. Santa Cruz State Park superintendent gave McKenna Says that includes campgrounds at half Moon Bay State Beach and beaches in Santa Cruz County tankers in San Mateo County of asks for non residents not to visit and we recognize that a lot of these parks bring in tourists, so we're urging people not to come in, and with public safety concerns, closing some of them. Many Eastbay parts were closed down last week, including Mount Diablo and the East Bay Mud watersheds in Solano County. All but two boat launches, Sheldon's landing and Sandy Beach are off limits. It's there's more at dot org's I'm Brian. What news support today. Support for DVD comes from the center for Children and Youth, part.
Two firefighters rescued from raging California wildfires
"Pair of California firefighters helping to battle one of the state's wildfires wind up needing a helping hand as firefighters battle around 560 wildfires in California. Some of them are finding themselves in dangerous situations to Marin County. Firefighters required rescuing when flames surrounded them on a ridge. They were plucked to safety just in time. It happened in Point, Reyes National Seashore and Sonoma County, the county's helicopter that rescue the men. It is one of the targets of budget cuts of $14 million from the sheriff's office. Sheriff says the rescue shows the chopper is a needed resource.
The Lifelong Gardener, Toni Gattone
"I'd love to start by having you tell listeners exactly like where you are in your garden life and practice what it looks like right now, your relationship to plants, oh? Golly. Well, you know like you I have my gardens never looked better. Because I'm home. I'm I'm not going out and so all the weeds are gone and we live in a very small piece of property in. Marin. County in the town of Lark spor-. and. We have to elevated raise beds we have about. Thirty. Containers. And Vertical Gardens. And they are all chock full. Of veggies and fruits. I've got a aspired apple tree was six different kinds of apples, which is very when you have a really tiny yard blueberries that are, oh my gosh. That's like the fifth year of of their life in containers and a we have more blueberries this year than we've ever ever had. So and I got of course I've got roses and ornamental season But I have to say the roses have become the bane of my existence in the garden because I'm always fighting black spun. what are you GonNa do it you need to hear you either GonNa live with it or you're going to pull them out. Right and I did I I did decrease them only got five rose bushes now. And they better behaved here. That's all I can say that's what I on when I go. Okay. You gave and where you are in Marin what what does own would that be sixteen, sixteen seventeen okay. All right. So you are you are cooler by quite a bit than than me and warmer in the winter and interesting I. I love the idea of the blueberries in containers, and of course, the vertical gardening and the raised bed gardening in the container gardening is all going to be part of what we're talking about. Give us though I wanNA. Go back a little bit because I think you have a really great gardening of history and story yourself that brought you to this love, and then the work that you're doing with this love, will you take us back to the people and places and plants that grew you into a garden and plant loving person Tony Well, I think the the great inspiration stare into my grandfather's backyard in Chicago. He was an amazing gardener I mean you could. You could eat it seemed like each blade of grass in his backyard was was healthy and. Vibrant. His roses I never saw any sign of disease anywhere and he had a very small but jury productive Vegetable Garden and I I always saw the joy that was on his face when he was sharing with us the flowers in the fruits of his Labor. And continued with my mom and my mom, and I had a beautiful. Relationship, we were like two old shoes we used to say. she she was very supportive of me and whatever I felt like I needed to do. It was like, okay great. You know one of the the pivotal moments in my life was the Loma. PRIETA earthquake. Because that year my father passed away and then when the earthquake happened. My Foundation was shaken to the core. Yeah. What year was that Tony Eighty Nine and. I made up my mind when I finally got on the ferry to come home and I could see San Francisco inflames. And I said, I don't WanNa do this anymore. I don't WanNa work in downtown. San Francisco. And I applied for an equity line on my home, and soon as that goes proved I, quit my job in downtown San Francisco and I sat in my garden say now what? And my garden gave me of the inspiration to start a business in the garden industry. I didn't know what I was going to do but. Eventually, I found my way to find beautiful products that I loved and manufacturers that I wanted to represent and then slowly, but surely I added. To My company and I would find the products that good a garden shows and find the products and train them, and they would go out. We would all go out and sell the products to nurseries and gift stores and hardware stores all over California. And I loved it. I loved it was so much fun. but eventually I, I lost my my passion for that it took twenty eight years but. I walked away from that and twenty eighteen so that I could you know focus on being a speaker and author?
"marin county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You know, it's funny because Quentin is Marin County, which is a 75 more than 75% white, non white majority state. You know what it means that sometimes people say Quentin face these kind of various suburban white Juries. I think you did Jervis and it's just It's just a weird arrangement. A lot of the other prisons, for better or worse, sir of in these poor, rural areas that are also pretty way. San Quentin. It's in the middle of one of the poshest parts of that Yusa is just complicated. I don't You know what I'm thinking right now, when you're saying that was that, you know If I were to ever really know, gold deep into that, you know those kind of numbers. It would just make me feel so depressed. One of the remarkable things about this moment is that defund the police is really caught. Fire is an idea. A lot of people who weren't paying enough attention. I thinking really hard about reforming the whole criminal justice system on the focus right now is on policing. But of course, It's the way policing works that leads to so many arrests and convictions of people who maybe shouldn't have in the first place that you know that kind of feedback loops of a punitive system. And I would be really interesting to hear what it looks like to you from inside because you know from outside. It looks like you know, there's more than 17 17 cities looking at various versions of defund the police, Confederate monuments were coming down protests all over the country. And you know, black lives matter has really sort of set. You know, stage for this radical rethinking of who we are, where we are, where we should be. And if you want, I wonder how it looks from inside. Well, I don't know. I can say for me. I'm still processing all of it. Because if history being made here, you know There's so many things for me to process you know, from The inability of you know the inability of meat not be able to watch for nine minutes, someone Lose their life. You know, the life is taken out of his person and his pleas for you know his lover. Three. You know, it just felt like you know. This is what our execution looks like. But it's in a daytime and everyone that home.
U.S. Reports Record Rise in New Coronavirus Cases
"Avenue at 19 cases in the US have risen 80% in the past two weeks, prompting new restrictions ahead. On the Fourth of July, We eight states announced a single day New case records in the U. S. With the nation itself, reporting a one day record total Tuesday off 47,000 new cases as the Midwest South and West, especially C sharp rises and infections. Us now, with more than 2.6 million cases, more than 127,000 deaths from Cove in 19. You're not going to stay home and you're not gonna wear masks We have to enforce. California Governor Gavin Newsom has reimposed several restrictions. More are coming. And he says he's serious about enforcing public health directives. California situation is bad enough that several states are ordering visitors from the Golden State. The quarantine for 14 days. Jim Roop LOS Angeles Santa Clara County officials have released a 23 page rule book on how to safely reopen schools. Different age groups will be given different rules. The county's health officer says It depends on containment and the number of cases of Koven 19 for in class learning, learning to resume. San Quentin Prison was free of the Corona virus until one decision was made from a Southern California prison were moved to San Quentin, bringing with them prisoners who tested positive for the disease. The inmates were being moved to San Quentin as part of a plan to halt the spread of Corona virus by reducing the number of inmates at the California institution for men in Chino. That's where nine inmates have died of nearly 700 had been infected. Within days. Some of the 121 prisoners from the bus has introduced the virus at San Quentin. More than 1100 of the prisoners have since been infected, and one prisoner has died. The transfer of inmates has been denounced by health officials and a state lawmaker as a public health failure. Marin County is now asking the
"marin county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"FM in San Francisco and 89.3 FM in Sacramento. It's morning edition on on Brian what Marin County's top health official is sounding alarms about the cove it 19 outbreak at San Quentin State. Prison officials say 1080 people incarcerated there have active cases of Corona virus. More than 100 staff there have tested positive. Marin County Health Officer Matt Willis says if the outbreak continues at the current rate, the prison could see another 1000 cases in the next two weeks, and if even only 10% and a requiring hospital level care that's 200 people and our regional system just wouldn't be able to accommodate that number. Willis says 40 inmates have been transferred to nearby hospitals. Prison officials say 2500 of San Quentin's 3500 prisoners along with all of its staff, Have been tested. The Marin County coroner says a death row inmate who died last week tested positive for covert 19. The Berkeley City Council plans to decide this evening whether to cut more than $9 million from the city's police department next year. That's about 12% of be PDS funds, The Sarah Husseini reports. Mayor Jesse at Higgins New Budget unveiled Monday proposes to use most of the savings to help narrow a nearly $40 million city shortfall. More than 1.5 $1,000,000 would be reinvested in social services and an audit of police call and response data. Begin says some of the money will also help facilitate a conversation about further reductions some residents are calling for. We want to make sure that you know, sworn personnel are used to respond a serious and violent crimes and not other things that could be dealt with through mental health, public health and even community response. It's gonna take a while for us to do that. We want to make sure that you know, sworn personnel are used for Forbes to respond a serious and violent crimes and not responding. Tio Social mental health calls home with calls other things that could be done with through Mental health, public health and even community community response. It's gonna take a while for us to do that again, says he believes certain changes could happen by fall, including moving traffic and parking enforcement to the Department of Transportation. I'm Sarah Husseini led news. Acuity is saying goodbye to a radio journalist who's been at it for more than 30 years. Peter John Shuler started at HQ DVD in 1990 as our first South Bay bureau chief. And now he's retiring. I'm having a tough time wrapping my mind around that. Fortunately, Peter John Schuler is here to talk to us. Hey, Peter. Hello, Brian. I'm sorry. It's a wow. Moment for me. I still can't believe this. So maybe if you don't mind Can I just ask you first? Why now? Why now? It just seemed to be the right time. I hadn't planned to retire in the middle of a pandemic. It's a little a little weird. I just got to a point where I needed to slow things down a little bit 30 years of doing radio journalism in the Bay Area. Is no small feat. What's like the first big story that you remember getting out to cover I think the most memorable thing the biggest impression on me when I was very new in the Bay Area was covering the Loma Prieta earthquake in 1989. I was still a freelancer for cake, You idiot! The time and that was a rude awakening for me because I had never experienced an earthquake. I got a quick education and All things seismic on DH. I think the hardest time was going out to the Cyprus structure that collapsed. It was a double decker freeway in Oakland. There were cars and people trapped between the two layers on DH. I was out there all night, I guess. Really just doing the death watch waiting as rescue crews. Work through the rubble, trying to find if anybody was left. That was a very, very good time. A lot of your work in the South Bay has been on technology. The industry has grown and changed, but so has the technology that we use to do radio journalism. Oh, yeah, well when I started Take your lady. We didn't have computers. We wrote on typewriters and we cut audio tape with razor blades and grease pencils seemed like it was all pretty low tech. It's hard to convey. How little tech There was a time in a way that people now who didn't go through that would understand. There wasn't a wealth of information her fingertips. We depended on phone books, and we defended on back copies of newspapers. I want to play a track from a story you did in 1990 about interactive multimedia, and you get a sense of how new things we take for granted now were back sample of interactive multimedia. A mix of computing, an audiovisual technologies that gives users instant access to images and information, photos, audio and video clips, animated diagrams and printed text, educate and entertain the user. So you've watched tech in the Internet become integrated in our lives. What do your takeaways technology and the technology business is cyclical? I mean, technology isn't cyclical, but the The businesses and we've seen boom and bust in boom and bust. And every time there's a boom people come here and act as if it's going to last forever. And it never does. But then the bus never last forever, either. So It's taught me a little bit about perspective as Faras technology itself. I think we've become way too dependent on it. It's a Faustian bargain. I think. Makes our lives easier for sure, but it can take over our lives to what is it like to officially retire at a moment like this in our history? I guess I feel a little bit grateful that I have the privilege to shelter in place. So many people have been forced to work in the in the face of this, and I think it's kind of a rare bit of privilege to not have to worry about. Oh, do I want to get paid or do I want to protect my health just makes me think about the inequality in this world and makes me mindful of that. Thank you, Peter. Thank you..
Marin asks Newsom to intervene in San Quentin outbreak
"Marin County's top health official is sounding alarms about the cove it 19 outbreak at San Quentin State. Prison officials say 1080 people incarcerated there have active cases of Corona virus. More than 100 staff there have tested positive. Marin County Health Officer Matt Willis says if the outbreak continues at the current rate, the prison could see another 1000 cases in the next two weeks, and if even only 10% and a requiring hospital level care that's 200 people and our regional system just wouldn't be able to accommodate that number. Willis says 40 inmates have been transferred to nearby hospitals. Prison officials say 2500 of San Quentin's 3500 prisoners along with all of its staff, Have been tested. The Marin County coroner says a death row inmate who died last week tested positive for covert 19.
Los Angeles - Newsom Announces Statewide Face Mask Mandate
"Became aware that there were public health officials who had a meeting with that governor Newsom recently and they they said said that that a a state state wide wide mass mass border border was was under under consideration consideration by by the the governor's governor's office office that that they they were were told told that that unequivocally unequivocally there there were were a a lot lot of of people people of of the the complained complained that that every every county county considers considers wearing wearing masks masks differently differently and and you you know know what what let let me me just just kind kind of of go go through through this this because because it's it's all all going going to to change change now now since the governor has indeed issued that order it's no longer something he's contemplating he has done it he has issued a statewide order that people have to wear a mask that I need to get a copy of what the order is and we'll see if we can that come up with that pretty quickly so that we can find out exactly what that means and where and when people are required to wear mascot where masks in the state of California but the way that it has been here in the bay area almost all counties have required masks San Francisco county Marin county Alameda San Mateo Contra Costa and sin noma all require masks San Francisco's order requires people to wear masks when writing transit working at essential businesses grocery shopping and other activities where they will be near other people in Santa Clara county they only recommended that people wear masks Los Angeles and San Diego counties which are the state's largest I didn't realize San Diego is the second largest county in the state they both require people to wear masks in public riverside and San Bernardino counties created mask requirements but then they walked away from them in Orange County they were mandating masks but then the public health officer down there doctor Nicole quick received threats for issuing that order she quit as a result of the threats that were coming in and then Orange County downgraded its mask requirement to a recommendation lord have mercy the way people respond to this and and Newsom on Monday he recalled the second wave of the Spanish flu which was more deadly than the first he said it is incumbent upon us as individuals to be smart to wear a face covering to physically distance to continue to wash your hands and continue to do things that are necessary to avoid that second wave he said it's one thing to be outside it's another to be inside for an extended period of time without the ability to move around and move away from people this I suppose is a one of the things that guided him there was a state senator from a Renda his name Steve Glazer he's been pushing for a statewide mask order he's a guy who said that it's an issue that should not be dependent on county choice Stanislaus county was considering a mask order now they're not going to have to do that because the state is going to do it instead Sacramento county officials were also considering their recommendation to become a requirement
"marin county" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"And to the governors you just go somewhere else you know what I'm saying I'm a very spiritual superstitious kinda guy so let me read a page for god faith and reason I'm an Old Testament kinda guy I believe in the real McCoy it's a pretty violent book it's very powerful of course we don't take the Old Testament literally if we did we'd probably all be slaughtered by rock throwers but there is a lot of ways the minute based upon common sense in some ways the logic in some ways but it's seen by the atheists as a red light to the libido in plain English the reason the heating this hate religion and hate god is because they see them as holding up a red light to the hedonism it says you shall not do this initial not do that they want to do anything they want to do fornication with animals is fine because of it feels good do it thats course Marin county why not do it on the road that's their modus operandi and we know what it's led to I believe there's going to be a rejuvenation of faith in this nation a return to religion I've already seen it in some ways and just because the so called elites sneering snot noses in the media do not show you what is going on that does not mean it is not going on and I feel it in that sense I'm not a rationalist I'm an intuitive ist I can feel a change in this country I believe this long highway of pollution has come to an end I will wind up in the trash heap the days that lead here go back to a **** case decided by the Supreme Court that is what dump the trash into everyone's neighborhood that's what dumb **** into everyone's corner when so called progressive progressives took the first amendment to mean that they could pump filled with the lowest and most to creating kind into every mine that was the beginning of the end of the American morality the good book I really loved it I'll be back.
"marin county" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The forty Niners have ever had he's that good of a player yeah we'll go over we'll get into it Peter king kind of broken down a little bit too for the Tampa Bay side of things but pretty amazing what the of forty Niners could accomplish and they knew early in that draft and there was that rumour is you talk about the forty Niners knew when they have that first pick at thirteen with works in there from my with that they needed a left tackle that maybe works wasn't a left tackle maybe they were gonna take a tackle at all maybe they're just gonna take in law you know who knew but they knew the job was gonna retire at that point in the still pulled off the tree late and filled the other positions at defensive tackle and wide receivers well so we'll get into how that all went down as you said that our good friend Wagner is gonna join us at about ten forty five we had a great guest list for you as well that will lay out as well happy Monday we continued all next thanks Janice pop in one on one for five and six eighty forty you're listening to Apapa in line Venable now on your apple homepod smart speaker he sees K. N. BRG sports leader the children autobody traffic desk watch out for delays in the North Bay Lakeville highway about two miles north of highway thirty seven there is a crash there that is a involving an overturned car that got one way traffic control in place of both directions are slow again the Lakeville highway or Lakeville road two miles north of highway thirty seven seventy bridge eastbound on the high rise left lane shut down for some maintenance work you might see some minor congestion through there also westbound five eighty two thirty eight there's some road work hand in Marin county south down one oh one your Spencer looks like the closing a couple of lanes there now for maintenance workers well heading into San Francisco from the East Bay no backup and no metering lights at the west end of a bridge this topic is sponsored by the will to use these you have to be up in five hours two hours have you haven't slept Vicks the quill jerseys as a drug treatment of the tentacles of the possible dose of melatonin that helps you fall.
"marin county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Stay alive right now let's start a family member do you approve of how governor Newsom has been handling the crime virus pandemic here in California I think he handled the first days of the the response of the public health crisis are ramping up our hospital capacity issuing the statewide stay home or I think at that time was the right move and I think he handled the the first phase of responding to this virus I'm pretty well were entering quickly into the second phase which is handling the economic recovery and and doing that in a way that doesn't make a slide backwards on the public health from in media and a lot of local elected some people from throughout the state are are looking for leadership from under you know let us sort of plan as a region and on a local level what we need to do to accomplish that assemblymember Jordan Cunningham thank you so much for being with us today thank you this week a team of researchers from UCSF began testing it to very different communities to look for clues on how the corona virus is spreading and who may have some degree of immunity from it they first tested nearly the entire population of billion us the small coastal town in western Marin county not only did they look to see who's actively infected they also took blood samples to screen for antibodies to the coronavirus antibody testing help scientists understand how widely an illness has spread through a community even if some who've been infected don't show any symptoms this weekend they'll kick off the next phase of the study among residents in San Francisco's mission district joining me now is Dr Brian greenhouse an associate professor of medicine at UCSF and one of the principal investigators of the study doctorate greenhouse thank you so much for being with us thank you for having me on the show so let's talk about this study is the first of its kind in the nation which is very exciting on its own what is the basic question you're hoping to answer as many people know we do not have enough testing going on in this in this community or in the world really to understand where we are at in the epidemic and we need to know where we are in the epidemic to know what to do moving forward one of the things that we're trying to figure out was how do we go about testing a large number of people in a way that safe efficient and can get information back to the people that need to know the answers as soon as possible that was really one of the most important.
"marin county" Discussed on KGO 810
"On one in Marin county the left lane is closed for some maintenance work near lucky drive so watch out for that although no significant back up and there's no delay the bay bridge we are looking at cloudy conditions today and again a slight chance of that shower here and there is heard from mark otherwise expect cooler and more cloudy conditions for the remainder of the day and highs in the mid sixties beginning tomorrow we launch a warming trend with a lot of sunshine seventy for a high tomorrow I brought the car to the new morning show with Nick in the door on cagey for all of our sakes we need to avoid crowds anyway we can but what if you need to go to the post office or any postage for letters and packages stamps dot com is here to help simply use your computer to print official U. S. postage twenty four seven for any letter package or class of mail anywhere you need to send once your mail is ready just leave it for your mail carrier schedule a free package pick up or drop it in the mailbox no human contact required plus find great discounts like five cents off every first class stamp and up to forty percent off USPS shipping rates and now stamps dot com also offers you PS services with discounted rates up to sixty two percent and no residential surcharges right now listeners get a special offer that includes a four week trial plus free postage and a digital scale without any long term commitment just go to stamps dot com click on the microphone at the top of the home page and type in radio that's stamps dot com enter radio stay safe my friends the law office of Denise Eaton may protecting your workplace and your business are you an employee who needs help understanding your rights in a workplace dispute or are you a business owner or company who needs to streamline.
Minnesota man killed after redwood tree collapses, strikes him in California
"Twenty eight year old man from Minnesota has been killed by a falling giant redwood tree in northern California the Marin county sheriff's office says the man and two other people were hiking on a marked trail in the Muir woods national monument park when the two hundred foot tall tree fell Christmas Eve the trunk of the tree measured more than four feet in
Introducing: Disorganized Crime: Smuggler's Daughter
"Yeah so it's it's the nineteen eighties. Marin County California Saturday's my dad would take me to the baseball fields. All these guys. My Dad played with our family friends. I just found out that eighty percent of these folks were pot dealers or pot smugglers or drug smugglers growers. They all worked in the pot industry industry in the seventies eighties which was big deal illegal and so was my dad was just a hot producer tip when you blow your nose put some space between the storytelling in the nose-blowing. Hello I'm Rainbow Valentine and for the past year. My Dad has been coming clean to me about his decades long careers speaking time pot smuggler smuggler. And by big time. I mean pretty big time sixty. She's got like a my dad and mom had to live a double mm-hmm one is active school board members parents to three kids and the other is out loss like my parents had a secret room lagoon the movers. I'm your real sacred book. Can you took out a screwdriver now. My Dad wasn't the most organized criminal he wants. Lost half a million dollars buried in the backyard. It was pretty stressful. Couldn't find at least a half a million care. Yellow literally had to launder money. Me He wants put more than one hundred thousand dollars in our dryer teachers dump it in the Dryer so I put them in shocks. My Dad was tremendously successful and he smuggled during the war on drugs a war that made people like my dad and his smuggling colleagues public enemy number. What public enemy number? One is is drug abuse marijuana the burning weed when its roots inhale. My parents are smuggling associates are finally breaking their silence about growing up during the PSYCHEDELIC. Revolution in the sixties and entering into the life of Outlaws in a world that had nothing but contempt for them together. We're going to find out how my dad to pot smuggler. For Twenty. Not Two years and at what cost. I'm Rainbow Valentine for my heart. Media and school of humans this is disorganized crime smugglers daughter. Uh Listen to disorganized crime smugglers daughter on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts.
"marin county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In Marin county north of San Francisco there are many areas right now without power people are trying their best to deal with it we've seen many intersections without stoplights where people are supposed to stop in every direction sometimes they don't do it though and we've witnessed the number of it near accidents first store owners lots of frustration I spoke to one man who owns a grocery store he's going to lose thousands of dollars because of perishables that just will not survive the power outage many hotels in the areas with out power are being forced to bring in generators to keep their hotels operating Steve Futterman CBS news Marin county California ten oh three highway truck now the Subaru retailers of the women all wheel drive traffic on the threes and Steve already a star well a lot happening along the river don soldiers field road he spent over high tractor trailer is wedged into overhead signs by western have only one lane gets by traffic had been fully stop for awhile there one lane open traffic is backed up north Harvard street very slow going there start drive west bound the exit the family is close and third IV has the latest ruling closure after the Longfellow bridge otherwise downtown you get on the deck that connected the Tobin the airport tunnels north town for ninety five north bound Lowell we have delays for a rollover crash on the exit to route thirty eight at exit thirty eight ninety three north bound watch for lane closure near Roosevelt circle south of the city twenty four north bound the ramp to ninety three north as close as a detour set up for you there otherwise you're good on the expressway route three and ninety five nothing happening out west on the pike route to or route nine this report sponsored by UPS jobs dot com is future you ready for that great job it starts when you join you PS is team in Chelmsford national or Worcester you PS as exciting jobs for package handlers delivery CDL and personal vehicle drivers all paying fourteen dollars an hour and up apply now what you PS jobs dot com steeper as WBZ twenty four hour traffic network curlers and checks the accu weather forecast we'll be dealing with this nor Easter through at least a Friday as well of a chilly rain on and off throughout the night low fifty two gusting.
"marin county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A one from Marin county I'm Ted Anthony for KQED sentence report brought to you by compassion international coming of this morning and KQED science with a whole lot happening inside and on the surface of every living thing at the molecular level to Mary universities are starting that micro activity and the ways it can promote health and prevent illness you can find out more about these microbial back galaxies inside of us it comes up on KQED science at six twenty two and eight twenty two here and kick you reading this morning and form at nine the show reviews the goings on at this weekend's Democratic National Committee meeting here in San Francisco at nine thirty formal look at how wild fires are affecting insurance coverage rates for homeowners in California and what policy makers are doing to keep insurance affordable in the state and then attend UCSF geriatrician Louise errands and joins to discuss aging parents and says that with so many people living for decades past sixty we need to stop looking at aging like a disease or chronic deterioration her new book is elder hood that comes up a ten it's form beginning at nine AM Kay the public radio good morning the time is four fifty one this is morning edition from NPR news I'm David green and I know well king good morning there's a song that's become an anthem of protest over violence perpetrated by the police against black people Kendrick Lamar's alright this song pulls off kind of a balancing act there is hope is despair there's.
"marin county" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"For facilitating in airing the show live right now and totally grateful for my crew. Tom breads cynthia thea- jet jim n._c. M._c._m. staff for making this happen in the control room and beyond our honored guest today is back for a second time time dr john gray. John gray is a leading relationship expert in the world. His relationship in health books have sold over fifty million copies in fifty different languages. His brown groundbreaking book men are from mars women are from venus is the best-selling nonfiction book of of all time it launched his mars venus book series that forever changed the way men and women view their relationships john helps men and women better better understand and respect their differences in both personal and professional relationships his approach combined specific communication techniques with healthy the nutritional choices that create the brain and body chemistry for lasting health happiness and romance. John continues to travel the world teaching communities and companies the best ways to improve their relationships and communication. He has appeared on oprah show many many times as well as dr owens today show c._b._s. Morning show good america good morning america the early show the view and many more. He has been profile in time for ford's u._s. today u._s._a. Today and people john lives in marin county california with his wife bonnie of twenty nine years. They have three grown daughters and four grandchildren. He's an avid follower of his own health and relationship advice. John's newest who is a book is titled stained focused and hyper world natural solutions for eighty h._d. Memory and brain performance this book isn't even out on the shelves yet so we are very privileged and honored to be able to have and be grace with his introduction introduction for for saving our health mentally emotionally and physically and especially for what is going on in the atmosphere our soil or water and global community. We won't be able to experience our wealth on any level. If we don't take care of this i think we can all use this vital information and wake up to this extremely critical juncture of taking responsibility in educating ourselves. How can we survive has humanity not so please wake up and and pay attention john. Thank you so much for being here. I i read your book and i'm so overwhelmed rewound with how much information is that. It's going to help humanity. Thank you so much for being here. Oh dr cheryl. I am so excited about being on your show wake up. It gives us a choice but people today sometimes my kids will see sick people and go oh my gosh but they have a choice and you know they don't really because they're not educated over and over. There told what's in the grocery stores is good for them. How could it be bad for if you're going into grocery stores all package and it's bad for you. Why would they let that be. The media is it's a culprit on that well. There are supported by the people and the produce and that's what the money so what people don't realize is the natural solutions that can help us one and be healthy in our life but to is to correct what i call. The oxidative stress and our brain and most people are not familiar with that term and yet all of the research john a._d._h._d. On bipolar on asperger's dementia memory laws brain performance. It all comes down to to this term oxidative stress. Can you explain that a little bit so you know are are we do have a wonderful live audience here and we just had like men and women to who forces all my books are about the yen and the yang the opposing forces and when they're in harmony great things happen and when they're not in harmony bad things happen so what happens in our bodies bodies every time in your brain that you have thought an emotion a reaction every every production of energy. I'll take energy every time. Your body makes energy. There's a a byproduct and that byproduct is called a free radical. Everybody's heard the term free radicals unstable molecule that seeks to become stable by bonding with the stable molecule. It's almost like dating is like you know we feel like oh. I need someone to bond with and this is literally scientific term to pair bond one molecule with another so what you get is after you make energy these unstable molecules than now seek out stable molecules. What are those stable. Molecules are they. They're anti oxidants so that's the whole answers that we have these free radicals and then we have antioxidants and they marry and they can act and they're all happy but if you have more more free radicals than antioxidants what you have is oxidative stress which actually causes the breakdown of your sales cells causes inflammation in the brain and inhibits normal brain performance and this is what's going on today in. There's fifteen major causes of this oxidative stress that most is people are not even aware of. Can we talk about. I know one thing in reading your book and i'm i'm just i want to read it again in probably three times because there's so much information mation fifty times. I'm sure i know is these are things that most people have not heard. Don't understand have had it presented to them. In in a way that makes sense and yet there are volumes of research and studies and double blind studies for example just on the very surface of all this most people are not even aware that there are hundreds of studies clinical studies from from universities around the world showing that natural also natural solutions like vitamin c. in grape seed extract or grape seed extract vitamin c. and something called possible title searing or they they go on and on these studies. They're double blind studies that show these natural supplements perform better than a._d._d. Drugs better than ritalin better than atarot and no side effects and they healed the brain. They reduced the oxidative stress as opposed to increase the oxidation. How does how would you find out what works for you. Just try them out to see. Which ones are you take all of them or you. Take you know the first is that the first step is understanding. What's causing in you because because let's say i gave you a pill and there doesn't exist appeal that was selling fix a headache cover it up but doesn't fix. Let's give you a pill for a headache but you kept hitting yourself over the the head with a hammer. Is that going to work for. You know you have to find out what am i doing. That's causing this oxidative stress then love me apply these natural solutions solutions which is why many times even when you have the natural solutions they work in eighty percent of children or sixty percent of children just diet the f._d._a. The f._d._a. f._d._a. Has approved has acknowledged thirty three different diets that will reduce oxidative stress thirty three studies of these diets proven to work as opposed to taking ritalin or adderall which you're proven to cause brain damage. I'm not being simple. I'm not going to extreme the drugs have produced. I have over fifteen studies for major universities showing that a._d._d. Drugs ritalin adderall cause brain brain degeneration that will last a lifetime unless you learn how to regenerate the brain by reducing oxidative stress. That's the good news. Oh my gosh. It'd be such a terrible story to to tell if there wasn't a wave healing this condition because one out of five boys today one out of five boys nosed with a._d._h._d. Seventy to eighty percent of them are actually taking a drug and starting at six years old taking a drug this really no different from ritalin really no different from cocaine adderall no different from methamphetamines. These are the things that are legal in the street and somehow parents think that oh this prescribed by doctor. That doesn't have those side effects. It does have those side effects. This is whether you have a._d._h._d. Or not you're causing brain degeneration and lack of education and it's all about do people choice no choice because all you hear about in the media media is should we take drives because we know their side effects are should we not because we know it really doesn't fully work if you don't well guess what those are good techniques they use to help help anybody cope with life but at the bottom of it all there if you have oxidative stress in your brain and you don't correct that you're constantly coping with your issues for me i was i had a._d._h._d. And i was coping with as a child because of the birth process for males in induced baby eighty percent attentive induced babies are now diagnosed with a._d._h._d. Later in life and most people don't know that hospitals routinely some hospitals ninety percent of births are induced babies. He's been produces oxidative stress which then results in a._d._h._d. And for me it was compounded by a head injury. I fell out of a tree. Their outcome of it was i i would have a._d._h._d. The kind that i had my mother would have to pour water on me to get out of bed some mornings because i just didn't wanna go. I didn't want to shift one of the tendencies of a._d._h._d. H._d. is resistance to change another tendency is over willingness to change people who start a lot of things never finished things other people don't deviate they get rigid. You know one thing that i read your book. You've overcome parkinson's disease well. That's how i learned about all this a._d._h._d. Stuff twelve years ago here. I am unsuccessful author and traveling the world eat a good diet and think doing everything right. Happy marriage happy life. It was all working and suddenly i was watching t._v. One night my wife wife notice my head started shaking and that's the binion wears. It and i'm not aware about it. I'd have to look at you know being a movie and she'd go. You're doing it again again. You're doing it again. My head started shaking involuntarily. Whenever i focused you see what happens. The way parkinson's happens and seen it happened to my aunt. We took care of her. While she died and once she was diagnosed with parkinson's then you get the medication which only treats the symptoms of the condition actually keeps getting worse until the medication doesn't work and they die and it's not pleasant i saw it and so my doctor i went to and finally was getting so bad and went to the doctor he said well. This is early stage parkinson's but we have good treatments for yeah yeah so i began to understand what causes the oxidative stress which causes parkinson's down regulates. What's called dopamine receptors. Do you think that came out because you have the predisposition in your d._n._a. Or oh yes there's a what is it a._d._h._d. People have tremendously higher percent of them. We'll go onto parkinson's disease. Almost everybody with parkinson's has a._d._h._d. Is just a preconditioned a._d._h._d. As a precondition for dimension alzheimer's the statistics show that if you have that diagnose your risk of alzheimer's and dementia go dramatically up one thing that i read in there is taking tylenol. Please tell us about that. Okay now. We're talking about one of one of the fifteen fifteen major causes of this oxidative stress and to me the most important are sometimes the ones that nobody knows about because mothers will innocently go go to the drugstore and pick tylenol child has a sore throat or they got a fever and they got some pain cry. Let's give them some tylenol. Tylenol inhibits the liver's ability to make glue thion now glued athans and new term. What kind of like vitamin c. people are now know about vitamin c. They haven't really heard heard so much about the term only about five percent of populations familiar with the term glutamate a note from your book about glued afyon and it removes the toxic metals. That's right that that good removes all toxins in your body and you've been taking tylenol. Your body loses its ability to detach fungicides. Herbicides pesticides pesticides heavy metals which all cause oxidative stress and brain degeneration. That's the heavier stuff now a lot of once. I learned how to heal this stuff. I opened a wellness center northern california and did it for ten years. We did a documentary that was shown on t._v. We had children just in two or three days. Suddenly start talking like like the autism they had. They weren't even talking and just one little child said you know the father was upset. The mother brought him across the country to my center and a two days three days later. A little boy was speaking short sentences spoke twenty-five words they were counting the words that pop out head and then the little boys they wanna talk to daddy wanted to talk to daddy. Daddy and the little boy says daddy. I miss you. I love you. The father had never heard those words. Wow this happens pence amazing once connective tissue can wipe in the brain but this this is the extreme version for people to understand where did that autism come from so here's there's an interesting study. This is right on pubmed and yet you don't hear about this right on pubmed clinical studies several people have backed up this study which is an america since nineteen eighty gene to now autism has gone from one outta ten thousand children to now one out of forty two boys one out of fifty eight children is off. The charts is some kind of epidemic. It's outrageously we keep saying we don't know what causes it yet. I've gone to conferences over and over. I talked mothers who said after they got their vaccinations for their children. After the vaccinations the child has a fever and then the child gets sick and then they lose their child to autism now. What is that now. You can't say the vaccination shing causes it. Which is what the public says. The media says because it doesn't happen every time right but when you look at cuba here's the different thing. Cuba uses the same increasing jason vaccinations as we do in america same vaccinations and yet no increase in autism. What did they do differently in cuba where they do differently. There's they don't allow tylenol tylenol. Does it stops the fever. The fever is the body's most important reaction to heal against free against oxidative sedated stress and to kill toxins to kill toxins to get rid of toxins tylenol so here's here's every vaccination has in it at least aluminum eminem many have mercury formaldehyde they have m._s._g. These are all known neuro-toxins that means when they go on the rain they produced so much oxidative sedate of stress that brain cells are are dying so you're actually injecting this into the bloodstream. Now one thing is eating it. You still got your whole system. Am i gonna absorb it or not. Another was injecting in the bloodstream which has never been done in history. You're putting end of mustering going right into the brain and at the same time you're giving the child a substance called called tylenol acetaminophen the active ingredient that will suppress the liver's ability to make glue to thion which could normally protect the brain against all those free radicals so stop taking tylenol shot has a vaccination or whenever they have a fever realized fever is nature's response to protect tech you against.
"marin county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The American Taliban grew up in a nice place, up in Marin county ended up going to Yemen, learn learning Arabic and then joining the Taliban. Yeah. We caught him soon after the September eleventh attacks in Afghanistan fighting on behalf of the Taliban, and he came back and instead of going to Guantanamo Bay when he ended up in the federal penitentiary Tara, hold Indiana also at the penitentiary, but not inside Ryan burrow, or friend to covering the story for ABC for KFI Ryan, who was the, the lucky person who got to pick up John Walker Lindh from jail today. You know, it sounds like it was his family. We really I mean, there was no pomp and circumstance around it. We in the media were essentially standing out at a dollar store poking lot across from the entrance he likely would have had to go right by as we never noticed. We don't exactly what time. We don't know who he was with, at the time always though, is that the, the federal prison bureau released a quick note to us that he was no longer in their custody. Here's what we do. Now he is expected if he's not there already to wind up in northern Virginia. Suburban Washington DC. It's going to serve out the next three years under strict probation and a temporary housing situation. You will have no communication with anyone deemed an extremist all electric indications. Must be an English and they will be monitored by a probation officer as passports taken away from him. And he will have mental health treatment over this two and a half three years span. So the question is radicalized we don't know this might make some people angry because we do a few things first of all, we know that he apologized for joining the Taliban when he was sentenced to two thousand two at that time that he was with the Taliban, this was before nine eleven and then obviously as you mentioned he was picked up after nine eleven. He admitted to meeting Osama bin Laden, but he's also been described as a very, very low person in the Taliban, volunteer. Somebody was just trying to learn the system. Learn the people around him, but seventeen years behind bars got out because of good behavior. And there are two report. That while he was in prison, he continued to advocate for global jihad and made some pro ISIS statements. So we have had quite a bit of pushback, as far as who this person is who's now being released into the world. Is this a radicalized man is looking to do harm the dangerous, or is this someone who got maybe swept up in a situation? He wasn't prepared to handle, or someone perhaps to learned his way and and and is looking forward to, to writing the shifts. We just don't know at this point, he has a an almost direct connection to Mike. Spann CIA agent. The first guy in fact, I think that interviewed him in Afghanistan. Mike Spann died a few hours if not earlier than that after that interview, because it's believed John Walker. Lean did not give up information about an ambush that had been planned on that location. Do we know anything about Mike spans family their reaction to all of this? Yeah, they're not happy. They live in Alabama. His father's name, John. He has already publicly tried to plead to that only the senators of Alabama, but as well as to President Trump telling him not to let John Walker wind out of him to be still dangerous. Obviously, they believe that he did not do the things that eventually resulted in the death of Mike. Now, he was never charged with that the charges were actually with aiding and abetting the Taliban. But obviously there is that, you know, our to our long connection there in which the span family things that Walker Lindh could have done something or at least communicated, to stand that this was this was on, and he needed to get out of there and that never happened. Do we know where he is going to live well as of right now northern Virginia, don't know the exact location of that don't OPEL ever know the exact location of that? There have been thought have. There's been speculation that when that's over he may return to California, remember, though he's been back there since the teenagers thirty eight years old now. So I, I don't exactly know what job prospects he has lined up or anything like that. I just got to try to get himself acclimated back into American society again. And you know, obviously the hope is that he's not radicalized. All right, Ryan. Thank you. Appreciate it. Ryan, bro, there, the latest outside a Tara, hold Indiana the penitentiary. What the drive's like from Chicago for Ryan to some too bad. I saw one report while Ryan was there, I was reading on a different article that said that it was his mother that had picked him up. Of course, it was these parents seem to have just been turning a blind eye all through his childhood. And when he went to Yemen and you know, they paid for that trip making weird excuses. That was so chilling is that the dad in two thousand two was just defending him. He didn't do this. He didn't do that. He didn't hurt an American. He loves America. That's because the dad on after nine eleven was terrified. He said his anxiety was off the charts because he was convinced after not hearing from his son after nine eleven that he was somehow involved. And so when he finds out he wasn't a hijacker on one of those planes or whatever it didn't have a hand in it directly. It was like, oh, well, my son's not that bad. She's chilling and that there's no realization at that point. Like I, maybe my son is something. Yeah. Had braille. If if something happened to my son's roommate some brutal murder or something like that. And I hadn't heard from my son, I would never think oh, he's totally capable of that. He's totally capable of that. I just hope it's not him, right. Because then I'm thinking to myself. Wait a minute. Do I hear myself thinking that my son would be capable of brutally murdering somebody? Right. There's a problem there. All right. Coming up. Up next. We've got tech talk, but I am going to tell you about something special. It's very special how it's the most special thing we've ever done here at KFI. Join us the j it's magical. That is a very good word for special in doing the entire KFI cast, we're talking John and Ken handle. There's other people there's I mean, there's us. Well, yeah Conway. I want to know where you while you're stumbling or your because I paused after handle, because I was gonna say something wildly inappropriate. About how magical he is just spilled again. That, yes, we are going to be, but you don't wanna eat at his table or directly was going to be something totally in that vein. Absolutely like but don't sit next to him 'cause it's not good. Yeah. If you like showers with your with your dinner than sitting directly across from them. We're talking about a magical evening at a secret undisclosed mansion in the Hollywood hills famous for magic your charitable donation includes get this, a gourmet dinner cocktails free valet parking live. Tim Conway junior broadcast. I could watch that all day tons of magic from some of the most well known magicians in the country. This is a huge deal. Yes. Because we're going to have the whole cast the whole sorry mansion to ourselves just us. Single tickets available three hundred fifty bucks. Couples six forty and group ticket. Discounts are also available. This is an extremely limited event. There's only so much room. They're in the man shin benefits. The American Red Cross. Of course, the get prepared California initiative. So for more details log onto KFI AM six forty dot com and use the keyword, Red Cross tech, top when we return, Gary and Shannon, Chris little what's up. Well, the Dow Jones industrial average, isn't it, and the p five hundred both closed down just over one percent today. Nasdaq lost one and a half percent. It's all over renewed as.
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"The complaint says the Sackler knew that the cards met longer prescriptions. So they allegedly pushed these cards, even though they knew that longer prescriptions Manton increased likelihood of addiction the complaint also names various doctors who seemed to indiscriminately prescribe opioids, Michael all Rick assistant, professor of health law and ethics at Boston. University says those allegations raised questions positions are supposed to be kind of the gatekeepers in between the patients and the pharmaceutical companies, I think this case starts to highly. Whether we can trust that they can actually do that to the best of their ability. They knew documents were released after Purdue lost its legal fight to keep them secret. The company issued a statement saying that Massachusetts is seeking to publicly vilified Purdue by taking out of context snippets from tens of millions of documents. It also says the complaint is riddled with quote demonstrably inaccurate allegations for NPR news. I'm Deborah Beker. In Boston from news. I'm Cam high. In recent weeks? California counties conducted point in time counts to figure out who's homeless. And why no count is one hundred percent accurate, but they are a better gauge than many of our own presumptions about homelessness like these. They're not from around here. People just get a job all homeless people are drug addicts for alcoholics, there's nothing I can do to help we've been digging into some of the most common myths and one of them that homeless people in Marin county aren't from Marin. My name is William Newton. I'm from San Rafael born here and rake Kenro Fifty-three Newton was once homeless. Now, he works part time at the Ritter center, a homeless services provider in San Rafael, I asked him why do people think that the homeless in Marin county are outsiders. I would say a lot of these people that I know personally at been here twenty years now, there is a younger generation of kids that are from here. He knew to everybody, but they were born and raised here. And we also do have influx of people like last year we had to fire victims from Santa Rosa, come down. Here. We have people that go up and down the coast all the time, you know, stopping point we have that. But for the most part, the people are here the homeless people have been here for a long time..
"marin county" Discussed on KGO 810
"As where when I little when I was little came in. And that's basically a child reflecting starts out when I was little I had some really bad things happen to me. And I were turt- feel really sad. And it made me cry all the time I had bad memories. And felt like I didn't matter. I decided to be brave and talk about what happened and I was never hurt again. I'm like oh. All the time. I stopped crying all the time. I felt like I mattered and my bad memory stop. I started having new happy ones. So it's about a child, you know, who were the views, and, you know, open ended again like sometimes, and, you know, saying things that normalizes it helps them validates and it gives them hope at the end too. So the same type of message, I'm giving these killed, you know, I think when kids, you know, I know it when children keep things in they don't they think they're the only one that goes through that. And it makes them feel crazy an isolated and alone. People don't realize, you know, when you're a child that other people have the same phobias and fears and nightmares that other people have that. It sounds like your book is leading these kids know that exactly how old was the little girl who was abused. You know, I never give out. She was little I never get out. Try and keep their info confidential. I respect that. I actually a little kiddo. Beat the crap out of people. All right. I have more questions for you carry. This is so wonderful. What you're doing? Tell me your background because weren't you didn't new study education or tell me your background. So I grew up in Marin county and went to school to be a preschool teacher and.
"marin county" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Emma's uneventful fog supposed to be a north Marin county in north of their kind of looked like it was you know, you could have that freezing fog issue about no dense fog has in can't see where you're going. But it is. It's kinda damp out. There with the temping where it isn't twenty right now twenty that could be problematic. I'm telling you to letting you know, keep you posted. And of course, Chuck has cameras all over the place, and they'll do the same here in just a bit. So what are we got on the big show an interesting stat? An interesting fact think about this one you now have a better. Well, not you. But. Society Americans have a better chance of dying from an opioid overdose than in a car accident. Think about that. How many of us are in cars just about all of us? How many of us are on an opioid a very small percentage of us. So if you are one of those opioid been think how high your risk of dying is if you are somebody who uses heroin if it's one in ninety six for the entire population. This ten percent of the population. Use opioids irresponsibly. That's a that's a very very significant number and lots lots of different things. You can't die from as we know. And some of those are on the way up and some of those are on the way down. There will tackle the whole epidemic.
1 dead, 2 injured in California rehab center shooting
"Arrived at the rehab facility, they found that there were three people one man pronounced dead at the seen another man and woman were taken to Marin General Hospital their condition remains unknown. That's part of the area has been searched by officers from the Marin county sheriff's office. Again, the shooter is. Is at large quite the San Rafael police department Nevada police departments central Marin, please the thirty and the California Highway Patrol. There's also a helicopter unit that is aiding in the search. It's the Helen vine recovery center is a twenty six bed co Ed residential detox program, and I. Any shooting is just beyond our comprehension, comprehension. How tragic somebody back? These somebody coming in shooting innocent people like we just saw at in Pittsburgh and we've seen the Charleston church in in schools. And it's movie theaters. I it's it's beyond our comprehension people could be that sick. But this case involves a residential detox somebody going through detox. I mean, it's hard enough to get people to want to do inpatient detox. It's hard enough to get somebody to want to go to rehab as it is. And you know, sometimes you could convince a person, and they said, well, you know, what I still have to go to work. It's tough to be around my family. Let me do as an outpatient to get somebody to commit to do inpatient rehab can take an act of congress and here these people were doing it. And unfortunately, they were victims of the shooting. I don't know the answer in terms of how to bone up on our
Robin Leach, Green Bay Packers and Stacey Irvine Holland discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan
"Morning news on k, SA rose good morning it is Friday August twenty fourth two it is I've lost it I've lost the finish line almost at the. Finish eight. Thirty three Michelle Marquis filling. In for. Pat Kerrigan