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"mendocino" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"Hey there, my name is Jody African, and I'm the host of a new podcast from Ted called good sport. I've learned a ton of life lessons from playing sports, from watching sports, and from covering sports in my career as a journalist. During our first season of good sport, we'll look at hotbeds of talent. How a new sport like F one can break through. How to deal with aging out of playing sports at the highest level and lots more. Check out good sport wherever you listen. Hi. I'm Ivan viria. I'm a staff writer for the LA times covering TV and I also co host our awards podcast, the envelope. I spend my days talking with the creative minds behind your favorite shows to find out what goes into their art. And we have been dedicated to keeping you informed every step of the way. But none of it would be possible without your support. Consider subscribing to the LA times. And you'll get access to diverse perspectives on the news of today all from the West Coast point of view. Head over to LA times dot com slash exclusive to subscribe today. So Paige, we have mostly immigrants being taken advantage of and severely mistreated in the cannabis industry. Like I said earlier, all this sounds just like the agricultural sins that California has experienced for decades, but was it supposed to be different in the legalized cannabis industry? Whether it's a deep irony here, before cannabis was legalized, growers had a deep interest in protecting their workers in paying them because those workers could report them to authorities and cause criminal complications for the growers. But with legalization came steep reductions in the criminal penalties and I found both licensed and unlicensed farms had given over to this farm worker model of exploiting the most vulnerable workers that they could find. That's crazy. So once it got legalized, it got worse. Yes, the promise with legalization is that it would not only write the social wrongs of the past with the drug wars and provide easy access to recreational cannabis. But it would run criminal organizations out of business. And clean things up, right? But the truth we found in our reporting is that farm workers never had a seat at the table when these negotiations were being made. So there were no protections built into California's regulation of cannabis to deal with what's going to happen to the farm workers. The other unforeseen shift was that with legalization in the opening up of markets, not just in California, but across the United States. Triggered a green rush. And instead of just growing a single season outdoor in the sun, growers flocked to areas like the emerald triangle, and even the desert in San Bernardino county and built greenhouses where they could get two, three, four crops in a single season. And that intense cultivation has created lethal conditions for workers because they're being run off of generators and those generator fumes in these enclosed greenhouses are producing lethal carbon monoxide. Yeah, we did an entire episode last year about these greenhouses at the edge of the desert in Los Angeles. And just all the environmental degradation that was happening, but we really didn't touch on just all the workers that were being exploited as well. They're an unseen victim class. It wasn't until I pulled corner records from Los Angeles County. That I found immediately carbon monoxide poisonings on these very cannabis greenhouses. One gentleman died sitting up in his chair on Christmas Day as he's watching a crop there in Los Angeles. Two brothers died in another greenhouse in the desert there. And a third gentleman within weeks after that. And everywhere I looked Mendocino county, Humboldt county, southern Oregon. I found more of these deaths. 20 carbon monoxide poisonings on cannabis farms in the last few years.
"mendocino" Discussed on Cinemavino
"And welcome back. We recording Santa vino. Yes, we are. Sure. We are live. This is our second installment in our time travel series. So we are looking at the terminator. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. And Todd wafford, Todd wafford, Travis bud. You wrote in the movie? Yeah, yeah. Sean Jordan's back with us? Hey. Taylor rose. Hey. TO. Yeah. So yeah, it was part two. Terrell Owens? Exactly. Get your popcorn ready. And so we are going to look at the James Cameron's first big film that he ever did. It's very interesting. This was, was this his first big film first big film, yeah. I believe he did a horror movie before this. Yeah, it was something piranha. Piranha two. Yeah, I think it's the spawn. Yeah. Let him into his aliens and the best. Yeah. Wait, alien. Who did the thing? Did the original aliens or alien and James Cameron to alien? Aliens plural. So we'll start out with our wine. We are drinking a rose. As I said during our Thor podcast, it is a hundred plus degrees outside. Did not bring myself to do any sort of red wine. Everything we're going to drink for the next few storms is going to be stuff that we can drink, chilled. Triple digits. This is the gear Soleil, rose. At a Mendocino county, this is a 2021. This is a fresh rose. So it's a refreshing, easy drinking. Kind of light. Light pink in color. I mean, it's not a particularly dark, heavy rose. It's pinky. Well, some of these glasses are kind of iridescent. So it makes it pinker than it should be. But yeah, I think it's a great little one. I mean, it's under 20 bucks. I think it's $18 or that. You can Travis, you win the bottle. Oh, you're just moving, okay. Classic California minutes off dry, kind of tasting to me. It's not bone dry, but it's pretty dry. Oh yeah, what is our alcohol content? Alcohol content, we are going to clock in at 13%. 13. Pretty typical of a rose. I think you're going to find the most 12 and a half to 13 and a half percent. Somewhere in that range. But yeah, hot weather is perfect. Hey, it's certified organic to draft. Oh yeah. How many sulfites are in that? It just says contains. So look, probably a little bit. None are added. It's just contained sulfites. Gotcha. It's very difficult to make a wine that contains no sulfites. I won't say it's impossible because there's a couple of wineries that claim that they are sulfite free. And they usually taste like butthole. Yeah, they taste like fried buttholes. I've never had a wine that is supposedly sulfite free. Just enjoying sulfites. Is that the only thing we like about wine? Well, sulfites are a byproduct of fermentation. They're a chemical that's created when the white is feminine. So fully removed, we have to pour the entire wine through sandy loamy foam. Yeah. And then to remove those. Exactly. And then whatever you are drinking it just lonely is an underused adjective. Todd. You've ruined my rap lyrics. I have to beep that out. And as we've said before, you could do this with burgers, you could do this with pizza, pizza. You could do it with fried food. A good glizzy. Is that a porn star? Is that an Australian food? It's slang for hot dog. But also penis. I just had a good glizzy, mate. That chassis was all. Never heard about a glizzy? I think you made it. Yeah. I think you made that up.
"mendocino" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk
"They've they've learned their lesson and they would like to get into this other area little bit so you may have somebody. That's raising thousands of cattle in a few lodder. Something start peeling off fifteen twenty thirty forty and they're getting interest to and san. I wanna have some go direct and there's actually more dollars come to them from the direct sale because you you've really cut out all a lot of steps in the middleman. Some of the costs to so even though on the one hand you say gee the volume must mean that. It's going to be a lot more expensive. Well not necessarily. I mean you. Haven't you haven't truck this product. Three or four states away to have it slaughtered in process broken into a distribution center and then trucked another two thousand miles to be able to. You know wait in a cooler till distributed to somewhere else. So there's some efficiencies in this that don't occur to people when they first started talking about it. You're absolutely right. And and one of the huge things there is that when you're shipping your cattle somewhere else in they're being by by big operation big processing ration- you're getting cents on the dollar for that neat per pound and and when you sell direct you're getting a lot more of that money and and i mean i was buying buying haul. Cows appears to go out of mendocino. County rancher. I was paying four fifty pound for the actual animal. This is after it's been slaughtered and broken down into a jason meat and bone of paying four fifty a pound. Which is that mistakes and burger was all the same price but they were getting all four fifty pound for them animal instead of cents on the dollar so it made sense for that ranch to do that. And i think you're absolutely right in fact molly. Watkins from the central valley has been on our committee. She's not organic. that's not her thing. They sell through the options primarily. But this might be just in the reason. She's participated in this is to. She wants options and she doesn't feel like it's a fair system right now and i think that's right and so We think ranchers of every scale. We'll be able to take advantage of this but it'll be particularly good for those. Small producers have been trapped by the regulations that have kept in these california plants outside the blanton limited on where they could sell. Oh another area. You've got experience in you've seen this done with produce a lot different. We don't have to have the meat inspection and so forth but still you've seen success of really creating some small farms of people that have been able to make a living now and farming five acres or a couple of acres and urban firms and so forth and you connected with people doing that. Not only in california but all over and an in a way. I think that maybe something we can look to. I mean it's a because the produce area to be able to sell to the local farmers markets and the other things they've done it's been able to evolve quicker because it doesn't have quite as many obstacles but But do you think there will be lessons. In what what we've learned those direct markets. Yes in fact in our report that cd. Faa has and has agreed to start a new committee with us to study the innovations needed in this area over the next year so One of the recommendations in there is that we do what we've done with the produce industry in california california. Put money aside to the farm to school programmed. Purchase california Produce for our students. We also have the california nutrition jenner program and the federal program which gives families on food stamps or our wick women and infant children and other.
"mendocino" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"A fine human being. But he insists that the team needs new leadership. On Saturday, USC suffered an embarrassing 42 to 28 loss to Stanford. Cal Fire says the bridge fire and plaster county is 95% contained. The blaze broke out just over a week ago between Auburn and Forrest Hill. The acreage burned his burned about 411 acres. The Blaster County sheriff says the evacuation orders and warnings have been lifted. The Auburn State Recreation Area remains closed in some areas. Nearly Clementine the Hopkins fire in Mendocino County is 20% contained. The fire broke out Sunday between Highway one and one in Lake Mendocino, near the community of Capella. The blaze has burned more than 250 acres and destroyed at least 10 structures in the area of East Side, Capello Road and Marina Drive traffic and weather together. Here's Dana has fronted by Auburn home shows dot com code 12345 and occlusion that looks like a non injury just east of Madison. That's everything on the shoulder. I am seeing some slowing actually between Madison and Green bag at this point, CHP It is. On the scene, So just be careful. Otherwise. Shall we have another report of it at Greenback Lane? It just popped up. So maybe that's why I'm seeing the slowing in there. Also, as I mentioned last time, we got a heavy traffic eastbound 80 from the split up toward West El Camino. Not sure what the issue is, and starting to see a little build up to eastbound Etienne Davis. Prepare your home for the holidays at the Auburn Fall home show returning September 24 through 26 that Auburn Fairgrounds. Whether it's refreshing or remodeling. They have you covered by tickets at Auburn home shows dot com. Same with promo Code 12345 traffic on the tens, every 10 Minutes mornings and afternoons from the Bonnie leading the Way Home Traffic Center. Data has news 93.1 kfbk currently 97 degrees in Sacramento. Jodi Guerrero News 93.1 kfbk. Updates throughout the day, every 30 minutes breaking news the second it happens on Sacramento's news 3.1 kfbk. You have A or F H. J Register for Ben MGM.
"mendocino" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Good morning. I'm Alex Hall in Fresno. We start with the fires burning across California. A new fire started yesterday north of U. K a and destroyed some homes in a rural area to the northwest of Lake Mendocino. The Hopkins fire has burned a little more than 250 acres and is 20% contained as of this morning. Cal Fire doesn't have an exact number of homes that were destroyed in the blaze, but it's likely in the double digits. The fire also forced the evacuation of much of the community of Cal paella. Meanwhile, a series of fires ignited by lightning strikes in the central Sierra Nevada are growing. The KNP complex fire has burned over 1000 acres in and around Sequoia National Park. Officials say the fire has the potential to spread to nearby communities into Larry County, and crews continue to get a better handle on the two largest wildfires burning in Northern California as repopulation. Efforts continue for both the Dixie and Kaldor fires, both of those fires have destroyed hundreds of homes. California lawmakers want to make it easier for property owners and conservancies to mitigate wildfires by setting fires themselves. Cap Radio Scott Rod has this story prescribed burning is a technique used to reduce overgrown forest land in a controlled manner. The practice dates back thousands of years. But today it comes with a lot of risk. It's unusual for a controlled fire to get out of hand. But when it does, the damages can be very costly. That means insurance coverage is often unaffordable. So lawmakers have set aside $20 million to create a state run insurance fund. The money would help cover losses if a prescribed burn got out of hand. California has set lofty forest management goals. It aims to reduce fuels on half a million acres annually by 2025. The state currently accomplish is only a fraction of that goal for the California report. I'm Scott Rod in Sacramento..
"mendocino" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"After noon today to campaign for Governor Newsom in the final day of the recall campaign. This morning, activist and actress Rose McGowan has endorsed the leading Republican in the recall race. Larry Elder. He is the better candidate. He has the better man. Take away the Republican word. Take away the Democrat word, okay? Who do you want to govern? You? McGowan and Elder held a news conference in Southern California Sunday. McGowan praised elder for criticizing black lives matter. McGowan has also accused Newsom's wife of trying to persuade her to not go public with sexual misconduct allegations against Harvey Weinstein. One on the governor's desk this morning is a bill that would outlaw gas powered leaf blowers. Lawn mowers in portable power generators in California. Lawmakers who voted for it say it will make our air cleaner. Jo Harding is with the portable Generator Manufacturers Association. I think everyone we talked to did understand it, but I think Many of the senators and assemblyman, they just felt like they wanted to have the Air Resources board make those kind of decisions. Harding says. There is no good zero emission replacement for gas powered portable generators Californians rely on during the loss of power events. Governor Newsom has until October 10th to sign it into law This morning. Evacuations have been ordered in Mendocino County, north of U Ka. At least 10 structures were destroyed yesterday by the Hopkins fire after it sparked near the town of Capella. The blaze has grown to 275 acres and containment is now at 10%. A newly released FBI document details contacts of to Saudi hijackers weeks before the attacks on 9 11 but does not draw direct ties to the Saudi government. Here's KPK is Mike Bauer. The newly released report contains plenty of alarming Saudi fingerprints. A new insights on efforts by Saudi officials here in America to connect with the team of Al Qaeda operatives behind the attacks and offer help in the form of finding apartments or others. Seemingly ordinary tasks. The 9 11 Commission report in 2000 and four found no evidence that Saudi government as an institution, or senior Saudi officials, individually funded the attacks at Al Qaeda masterminded, Although it noted Saudi linked charities could have diverted money to the group. Mike Bauer News 93.1 KFBK at 8 35. Here are your top national.
"mendocino" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Morning news. Today is the final day for campaigning in the recall race. President Biden will be in California campaigning for Governor Newsom and this morning activist and actress Rose McGowan has endorsed the leading Republican in the recall race. Larry Elder. He is the better candidate. He has a better man. Take away the Republican word. Take away the Democrat word, okay? Who do you want to govern You? McGowan and Elder held a news conference in Southern California Sunday. McGowan praised elder for his criticism of black lives matter on the governor's desk this morning as a bill that would outlaw gas powered leaf blowers, lawn mowers and portable power generators in California lawmakers who voted for it Say it will make our air cleaner Dzhokhar Ding is with the portable Generator Manufacturers Association. I think everyone we talked to did understand it, but I think Many of the senators and assemblyman, they just felt like they wanted to have the Air Resources board make those kind of decisions. Harding says. There is no good zero emission replacement for gas powered portable generators Californians rely on during the loss of power. Governor Newsom has until October 10th to sign it into law This morning. Evacuations have been ordered in Mendocino County, north of UK to at least 10 structures were destroyed yesterday by the Hopkins fire It started near the town of Capella. The blaze has grown to 275 acres containment now listed at 10%, a newly released FBI document details contacts of to Saudi hijackers weeks before the 9 11 attacks. But does not draw direct ties to the Saudi government. Here's KFBK is Mike Bauer released report contains plenty of alarming Saudi fingerprints and new insights on efforts by Saudi officials here in America to connect with the team of Al Qaeda operatives behind the attacks and offer help in the form of finding apartments or other seemingly ordinary tasks. The 9 11 Commission report in 2000 and four found no evidence that Saudi government as an institution, or senior Saudi officials, individually funded the attacks at Al Qaeda masterminded, although it noted Saudi linked charities Could have diverted money to the group. Mike Bauer News 93.1 KFBK Here now are your top national stories President Biden doubling down on vaccines requiring employee years with more than 100 employees to require the shots or offer weekly testing, ABC News chief Legal analyst and Abrams says there are serious questions, however, about how it would be enforced. Typically, the way this would work is You would get companies to say we're going to say and writing. We definitely are adhering to this requirement. Then what then How do you enforce it? 19. Republican governors have already said they were ready to challenge. The mandate, which comes as schools return to in person learning, including in the nation's largest district. We have more than a million kids here in New York City will be back in the classroom this week as the country He's a rise in pediatric covid cases. The FDA out with a stark warning as they try to work to approve a covid vaccine for those under the age of 12. That's NBC's.
Why Doesn't California Build Big Dams Any More?
"Been talking about how most of our water comes from a system of dams and reservoirs set up to capture the states precipitation so one logical solution here is more dams right. Not so fast says jay lund a professor of civil and environmental engineering at uc davis story. I tell people is if you were the first engineer in california and you were going to build the first reservoir where would you put it. You had put it the cheapest place that gives you the most water. Where would you put the reservoir the next best place. We've done this fifteen hundred times. What do we have left. Expensive places that don't give you much water. He says with fifteen hundred dams in the state all the good damn spots are taken heck. Even a lot of the bad spots are taken but that doesn't mean that there aren't smart things we can do with our reservoirs as david romero takes it from here with four big ideas so the first big idea has to do with managing those fifteen hundred reservoirs differently. I learned how lake mendocino along the russian river. That's where i met. Nick mala savage in the middle of the mostly dry lake bed. He helps manage the lake for the us army corps of engineers in two thousand nineteen. The water was about forty feet over our heads. He says lake mendocino could go dry by the end of the summer mar lake levels here at lake. Mendocino are the lowest they've ever been for this time in the year even though this lake is nearly dry it's on the leading edge of science around reservoir management in the past. Water was let out of the reservoir whether or not storms were in the forecast. They wanted to make room for more water. They expected would come but because of climate change. Those storms are becoming less frequent malice. Savage is helping pilot a new approach at lake. Mendocino conserve wait until a major rainstorm is coming and then let water out of the reservoir. It's called forecast informed reservoir operations. We can sit on this water. We can continue to watch the forecast and then you see that big boomer of a storm conham then you can make the decision. Hey the sun's still shining. We need to put water into the river. Generate that airspace for the next storm. And we're good
"mendocino" Discussed on KQED Radio
"San Diego businesses rely on this cross border traffic. In fact, San Diego County Supervisor Nora Vargas says retail sales were down 72% a $200 million loss for the region. Pop star Britney Spears drew the world's attention this week when she finally spoke out in a California court against the conservatorship that she's been living under for more than a decade. A bill making its way through the state Legislature seeks to give people like Spears more control over their cases. KQED is Katie or reports under conservatorship. A judge can appoint a guardian to oversee another person's finances and affairs. Spears says her situation has gone too far. She says she can't access her money without permission. She can't see her Children. She can't even make decisions about her own birth control. Silicon Valley Assembly member Evan Low, says Spears is experience is emblematic of how the process can go wrong. He authored a bill that would make several reforms. It also creates a civil penalty of up to $5000. If the court finds that the conservatory has not acted in the best interests of the client conservatorship is typically used for developmentally disabled adults or the elderly. Low says it's important when used correctly, But he says too many times the process is abused. For the California report. I'm Katie are in Sacramento. We're going to head north. Now to Mendocino County. Cal Fire has just paused, logging on a section of the Jackson demonstration. State forest that's right along the coast. And that's after outrage by members of the local community. Many of them say older redwood trees are being harvested, which is actually bad for limiting wildfire, not to mention the local economy. Alicia Bales from our partner station K z y X in u K A is with us now. Hi, Alicia. Hi, Lily. Thanks for having me. Thank you. So much for coming on the show. Alicia should start by telling us about the Jackson demonstration State Forest, which is where this conflict is playing out. Sure, Jackson State Forest is about 50,000 acres of Redwood and other Conifer forest right in the heart of Mendocino County, So it's a very large forest area, but it's also public land. It's owned by the state of California, and it's meant to be what they call a working forest and to demonstrate all sorts of different industrial logging operations. And why was Cal fire allowing the logging of these mature redwood trees? These are giant majestic trees that I'm sure a lot of our our listeners are very familiar with. Yes, so they're not the ancient redwoods. Most of those have been taken and a lot of those are protected at this point. So we're talking about mature second growth redwoods, the trees that grew back after the ancient trees were decimated. So these second growth trees are starting to take on old growth characteristics. And Cal fire has the slated to log in this area because Cal fire has to pay for the management of Jackson Demonstration, State Forest. So as much as they tell us that their mandate is to research and learn more about industrial logging practices to do the best job. It's in conflict with the actual mandate of making money to pay for the operations of the forest. So activists are quite upset about the taking of the second growth trees and they've been Protesting ever since logging began on June 10th. So I think a lot of listeners are probably familiar with protests of that ilk. But one of the most stunning things about this story, Alicia is that the logging company is holding its own protest. Am I understanding that right? That's right. On Saturday, the logging company Anderson Logging, which is a small outfit here in Fort Bragg, called their own protests and they didn't just show up to hold signs and make their voices heard. They did a direct action protests taking a page from the activists. They blockaded the road into Jackson State, and they said If we can't log you can't go in for recreation. What are the risks of this sort of logging? Well, the activists are concerned that the large redwoods the trees that are starting to take on those old growth characteristics. Those are the trees that are the most fire resistant. You know, our county has been experiencing devastating and increasingly horrible wildfires every year. And also when you open up the forest canopy like that the regrowth is quite dense and much more prone to burn. And it seems foolhardy to take them out at this point when we are facing a climate crisis when we have increasing evidence that the climate crisis is is upon us, and these trees can do a lot to help. I mean, this confluence of things really defies logic. You're taking out the most resilient trees in order to Do fire mitigation, and then when it grows back, it's actually more fire prone. I can't quite understand why Cal fire would allow that to have taken place in the first place, but we now know that they have paused the project. So what's next? So Cal Fire has called for a community meeting. So far, the activists are skeptical. They've been calling for a meeting with Cal fire for months now, So it does seem like Cal Fire is moving toward trying to solve this problem, But maybe the Saturday meeting is really a PR move. Mm. Well, please keep us posted. Alicia Bales from Casey y X in UK idea. Thank you. Thank you..
"mendocino" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Ago black. Tannin's some tannin and so the tenant is intentional as i said sophisticated and peasant at the same time i think ten is important at one. We're drifting away ten in red wine making general lane. I think it's a mistake. It's just because of the way just wind for example would work with the lunch that we're gonna share. What am i eating with his win. Something with mushrooms something with probably animal protein certainly not barbecue thrown out too often. It could be. But i see roasts. Maybe a beef wellington beef. Wellington will be delicious with that. Why i love is a lot of work but if you get someone else to make it for you. It's listen agreed. Just looking at the back of the bottle here. It says fourteen point seven percent. This is a a pretty big one. Alcohol was it's not silly right but the core of it is dell and that's in condoling california you can tame the beast some extent but picking zinfandels to come in the mid thirteen. You're not gonna that core iron zinc a fruit that you get when you're picking up more potential all's like fourteen five fourteen six so i make no apologies for our soviet lanka's thirteen point one arose as twelve point five so it's represented the one. I am intentionally trying to lower alcohol content across the board with all of our wines and have been doing so for the last ten years but the core of this one with zinfandel has got to be in that. Sort of sweet spot. How do you do that. Because i mean ultimately it's those ninety degrees days right they. Just get that fruit really. Ripe and figure tends to alcohol. A lot of the things that i source from are not on chalices. The canopy flops. Over and so a lot of that throat is protected. Most of zinfandel louis grow is head pruned to means the fruit. Never sees the sun. The sexy winemaking term is dappled. Light and intentionally picking it or have slightly lower sugars sourcing out raisins when we picks him the dump. Secularly run it over a an antique sorting table and michael cole. A judicious amount of raisins off of clusters to keep the sugars. moderate. So the tannin's i guess is the peasant bit. Yeah tannin and there's also some pretty pronounced city in it. It's not a low acid red wine. You say california. But i think textually you're drifting more into italy. Tell me about acidity in red wine. What does it do to the wine. It pops more. It causes the wind to linger more in your mouth or makes you want to go back. And especially if you're having with the meal you say that it's going out of favour. Why would people not want acidity in that one will not necessarily but tana's well. There was a trend to make wines very rich and very right and very soft and sometimes a little bit sweet and there's a shift back towards acidity and tannin be okay and wind a lot. That's happening in your neck of the woods and broke in new york city. Thanks to a lot of great wine bars as her bringing back more traditional producers. Lots of interesting wines from all over italy france. That aren't afraid to not be incredibly soft and rich and voluptuous remarkable. Because it's something a little bit rough a little bit of Get your you a little bit. Yeah let me ask you three questions. Number one is white burgundy the greatest wine in the world. Yes or no no is. It took a while to come out with that one. I had like you have had many many many great way for news. And i worked with david ramey for the first eight years of the project here at saraceno and he was sort of the progenitor bringing white burgundy technique to california with barrel fermented unbelievably delicious chardonnays and i've tasted a lot of great britain with david him with some other associates and friends so there have been some real epiphanies but there are so many other regions that are on the same level. I would say so. It's hard to pick one region. There are any other reasons on the same level that are in the new old. Yeah mendocino county mendocino county. There you go represent next question. Do you have a dog who helps make this. A dog did not other dog. We have pocket. Have al packers. Yes in the mail is called music man. And i've actually stuck. It lasts in front of his face to see what would happen. And it's been radio silence so far a lot of snot but not a whole lot l. I've never had a wine made with the help of now packa- so i i'm not gonna thank man but this wind because clearly had absolutely nothing to do with it except for looking at it through like doleful is and finally which podcast should i be listening to when i drink this when i see your own little self reflection. Yeah just going. Oh my god that was such a stupid thing to say nigga those people whose okay listening to the sound of your own voice. It doesn't bother you. I used to just like it immensely. And i have got. I think this is it. This is my way of learning to come to terms with my own. Voice is to drink old soul mendocino county red wine blend from scientists in vineyards while listening to my own podcast. And if i do that long enough. I will start associating. The sound of my own voice with Delicious slightly rustic italianate red wine for mendocino county. And that will be a lovely connection right there. It couldn't hurt. So thank you again to alex. Mcgregor for joining us today and fulfiling all about his twenty eighteen old soul. If you're not a member of the slate wine club already joining is easy. Text sleep do eight seven eight seven seven five two eight three to set up your first shipment and you'll be well on your way to enjoying premium wines not to mention developing a better appreciation for the expert winemakers who fill hourglasses..
"mendocino" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"What are the results thus far? Should natural gas be outlawed in new construction? It's a front page story today in the Wall Street Journal. It's not a It's not a speculative piece. It's it's happening in in all of the woke communities. No, it shouldn't. 97% say no. All right, Linda, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Linda. How How are you? Good. I think shopping because the weather was so horrible weekend at every home goods and taking Max from Woburn to Cambridge, Brockington and I was Prepared to leave if they require the mask, And every time I went in, the greeter would say, Do you have a map that I didn't wear one and she goes. I said, No, she said Jenny one. I'm in. No, she said. Well, we have the process of the Of the world, you know stores that you wear masks and in every store, I said, and I was prepared to live Leave, but not without speaking to the manager for you, Mansour. And the manager comes over. I'll be happy to leave, but I'm not putting a mass on and she said you don't have to use in shock. And I just like that s so in other words of obeying the corporate policy and making your right your weekend sales numbers of your monthly sales numbers that pop that that's good to know when the guy was the only one in the store without a Mac and disagree. Information. The whole foods that doesn't mean they let you and they don't say. You know, company policy is that you were Mac and I don't have to speak to imagine hope. What But I'm still the only one of the only one of hopefuls about Max and I was the only one and home to every home. Does. I want you and T. J. Maxx So you and I asked the manager this last trip. I said Can. You could say that to the greeter so and she said, Well, we can. The managers lost that you have They have to call the manager. But so you can't thought you just have to ask for a messenger. Haven't made the home goods for a while. And this is the thieves conversations and these text this afternoon. They sure I'm not going to be going in any time soon. But then, on the other hand, I don't need one of those snow bus. No things that you, you know, you shake up with the little thing. And then the snow comes down the little glass thing. I got one of those that I don't need to. I don't need to replace that, especially now that the dog is gone and won't knock it off the Think, Anyway. Listen, here's a great night. On the other side of the cage is situation is a place called Fiddleheads Cafe in Mendocino, California. He's got a sign posted in his window That says $5 fee ordered added two orders place while wearing a face mask. I love this guy. This isn't Mendocino, California think there's a mental institution in men Casino isn't there? That's the Sir Douglas Quintet. Can't.
California Governor Declares Drought Emergency in 2 Counties
"Into Northern California counties. The governor says the declaration now in place in cinema. Mendocino counties will likely be extended to other counties. Soon. There is where this morning that California now has the
"mendocino" Discussed on The Supporting Cast
"Licensed through the city to be able to get all those things but at the end of the day. The roi for us is is. Can we be that neighborhood gathering place. Can we put in those. You know those things that will help encourage that. And i think the that particular store we have. We can tell that story a few times. Right really is the thing that is most meaningful Is the fact that you and your family get to enjoy that. We get to sell you. Happy yeah and this is on the corner. Draper listening because in the corner of sort of montana and santa fe and there's a bank of america and there was not a lot of life to that area. And i think there to your credit. There is now there's outdoor space that's been built. There's a lot of activity around that restaurant across the street. Now you have an alfred coffee and you have joan juice. There's just more activity that whole. Try abraham now so before we go. There are a few standard questions. As part of the supporting cast they relate to we are known for our movies are food of course and our climate. So first question is i guess for each of you. What is your favorite movie. I'll go with a few good men for multiple reasons one. That's kind of funding. That's an inside thing. That ellen is snickering. That i picked it either. There's that summit where jack nicholson has absolute breakdown and totally reveals that. Tom cruise's character can't handle the truth. And i think entrepreneur as much as he is the antagonised you know in that story. I think that there was so much truth that was spoken. You know two things that are done behind the scenes and how much it takes to do certain things. I obviously while so many people rooted for tom cruise leaned into nicholson's character was like wow really while i don't agree with the methods. I totally debt the pressure to try to like protect us and do the right thing so no. I'm not ordering people to be killed in their barracks. But i believe it's called the code red kate brown yards on certainly look few good men. Great grateful can't actually catch it midstream in not just stay on it. It's it's you don't go over it. it's sticky. It's a sticky movie. I totally great. I love that movie. There's a great podcast called the ra- watchable 's by the way which they go back. And they re watch great movies and they talk about the movie and the a few good men episode of the row washable. Podcasts out there is if you know the movie as well as i bet you do i do. What about you on. That is a really great movie. I love that movie. Mine is a little bit lighter. And there's it's not as intense and there's not like a storyline. I actually love princess bride. It's just a beautiful love story. And i think it's a. It's a story for all ages. We've been still trying to get our kids to come watch it. But for some reason. I can't seem to hook amend but that just i love that story when i love that movie all right next question. What is your maybe as a couple. What's your favorite meal in. La like where do you guys like to go when it's a special occasion or maybe with your family. What sort of aren't really hard because it really depends on how we feel. I know that sounds really strange. 'cause we all kinds of foods so depending on how we feel. I think thursday restaurant for a certain time. Would you talk through what we love. Cassia cassia is amazing. It's in santa monica. Our kids love sushi so this has been a huge favourite during the pandemic it's amazing prior to the pandemic. It's amazing during the pandemic joy talent. What's your favorite talion..
"mendocino" Discussed on The Supporting Cast
"As a woman may be a woman of color to find mentors in the same way it would be for someone else so if you wouldn't mind kind of talking about that challenge but then also you mentioned there was one mentor. Email mentor that had a massive impact on you and your professional life. Yeah and. I don't want to blame it all on that right. But i've had a lot of years to reflect and kind of look through the relationships i've had been in a very male dominated industry. It was harder and less comfortable as i was talking about. You just have to keep chipping away at it. I think you know one of the hard things to is. It's a blessing and a curse. I was married to my husband. Who again when you have a male and female relationship and you have a bunch of male men out there. The dynamics shift towards mcmenamin right because they have more in common. They talk about golf. They talk about sports. You know when you're in a boardroom. And you're the only female people are talking about other things and you're worried about how your kids are that the relationship is just it's a different dynamic but i was very blessed when we were first starting out this prior to mendocino farm. We had another restaurant that we were partners in. We happen to go in interview a accounting for and west l. a. And they happen to be the premier restaurant accounting for everyone. Says if you're going to scale this is the first one. This is a group. You wanna talk. When i remember marin i walking into it was on wilshire the back then we were like i call it slinging teriyaki right. What have we. We were in our twenties into this beautiful. I rise and we can't afford this. Mario like what are we doing here. I'm so uncomfortable right and here comes this female partner. Her name was stein and she literally was like a. I mean she was like five feet tall but with sixty full of energy and power going..
"mendocino" Discussed on The Supporting Cast
"Friends in. Low new is on extended valentine's day. I think we're so. I do want to get back some of these metrics. 'cause i know mario. You obviously grew up in a family. Where food was a priority. But you said at usc when you were there you had a professor that kind of helped inspire you as well look. There's so many teachers particularly harvard. Westlake i i've seen this the sense of not just necessarily teaching a curriculum right but actually having the students think for themselves you know truly become independent thinkers and if anything challenged them to think outside of the curriculum there is a unbelievably. Well touted professor that. Usc had recruited back in the early early nineties. I don't want wanna fully myself. But let's say ninety one and his name was dr lamey. He's still there. I literally switched. My major after reading about is kind of life journey at that point and he delivered in every way i took him. I had him as a professor at least three times through my four years. True one of those still greatest thinkers so many people that have ever had dr lammi as a as a professor will speak his praises because he is one of those people that will push you to be the best version of yourself and Instill this day. That critical thinking that analysis i apply it all the time. An influence might be understatement. You know he definitely took something. That was a bit of a dirty rock. Put a lot of pressure on it. I would say came out diamonds but he he puts him damn pressure on it and did it in a in a way that i could only appreciate now. Maybe it's at times. I didn't appreciate one thing though that ellen i have always talked about is in this kind of second chapter of our lives. We've had a lot of opportunity to seek out mentorship. And maybe this is some advice for students. Maybe this is some advice for anyone has a startup or even a mature business. I think one of the biggest failures seeking out mentorship. You know first of all you're putting yourself out there and you're asking someone to mentor you buy was gonna offer to aries advice one. Do your homework like no. What what they've done. Great noah they're successful about no one where they have an expertise and then ask specific questions around that it multiple things right wanted ingratiates you that you've done your homework right but it also you're going to get better answers areas in which they they can keep on their absolute nerves. There thought leaders in that space. And you can uncover that and then the second thing that we see with so many mentoring seeking out mentorship is this all they wanna do is just confirm. It's almost like if you go to the teacher and go. Hey i wanna show you my paper. I really think it's the best paper i've ever written. Let me tell you all the reasons why this is the best paper and then this very thoughtful teacher. Harvard westlake gives some insights in some some things and they're not hearing any of that they did not show up to listen. They showed up to be validated. That everything what we're doing was and ability to really listen to really humble yourself in stay open to new ideas. Kiss admittedly mentor in this tom sims. Who was the founder of mimi's cafe menacing farms was absolutely an urban concept. Only monday through..
"mendocino" Discussed on The Supporting Cast
"We're very mindful about trying to build a really strong in. We always say that kind of our values become our filters really do say that you know that our people our greatest asset not our customers but but our team members than that becomes one of the filters on your approach to how you either have people furloughed or if you have to let people go to rehire how quickly you bring the back. How you actually treat them when they're in the stores. I mean you know the fact that our team members have have shown up in an had to carry on that job in a setting where we've had to keep them distinctly apart so that means you have to work more spots and you have to do more and very well under still pretty large volumes. It's been a herculean act for so many of them but again it goes back to. I think the best in class restaurant groups that are really trying to build things that are here to last are constantly asking themselves. How can we do the right thing. For the team. Member and inevitably the team are will do the right thing for the gas. So without getting into the total specifics. Coming out of this. You really show your true colors. Anyone when things are great to great to the people around them have to even their spouse right. But it's truly in the tough times that people are are weighed in judged and in how you behave in those times. And i'm very proud of the leadership team you know at mando and how they behaved. I'm unbel- i'm even more proud of the team members and it goes to not just the team but because you guys have stepped away from day to day and you have so many different restaurants around los angeles to try to maintain consistency of that culture. That means you need good management within those restaurants. You need good sword middle-management between those restaurants. I think it's interesting because this is the time with honesty and transparency is t and that you know to what mario was saying some prior to the pandemic that.
"mendocino" Discussed on The Supporting Cast
"Were investors in some full service restaurants. As well as we we own one that was lost during the pandemic. But the the idea of you know having to all the said almost all of your dining room to only have audio as a full service restaurant right and we all talk about covers. And we've done the math on a lows seat. Turns are to have to totally change the math in just go into survival mode and then to have it then completely god and go from a business if you're a full service restaurant. Maybe doing five percent off premise prior to the pandemic to having to totally build new muscles actually learn how to package. What actually travels and how to do that as as been nothing more than massive massive uphill battle for for so many players in that space obviously the menacing farms of the world. We were already doing. Almost forty percent off premise. We already really understood our packaging. We were already really designed for it so coming out of this. There's definitely been some new lessons on labor modeling things that would bore anyone but if anything of a big takeaway was or anyone in in kind of the restaurant spaces all these new muscles that have been built by the consumers. We have a new landscape and in those that are actually able to fulfil these kind of new muscles like people's willingness to get off premise. Blurring the lines between grocery and restaurant right and then for the last piece. I think that is really resonating with a lot of consumers. Is this idea of food. That's better for you but still taste great. These are three really big trends. that i know medicine farms. Well positioned to be successful with. But i see a lot of our peers and even places that were full service building a lot of these new muscles. It's a really exciting time coming out of this. It's an interesting too. i think In the restaurant business technology was never a main focus for building infrastructure and what the pandemic brought to us was how important it was to leverage technology. So that you could know what. Mario was talking about with apprentice labor modeling. All these different things. You could become more efficient by using tools that the technology that's out there online ordering apps.
"mendocino" Discussed on KGO 810
"Looking now it but we had a 4000 person day. I mean, that's those kind of numbers when you're talking about the possibility of something between 50 and 100,000 people dying each month. Yeah, that's gonna put a crimp in your economy, right? I mean, I don't understand why we don't treat this like we're at war and have the military out in the streets, distributing this, you know, safely as possible for them to get it right. But I mean, you know, it's it's all. Let's be honest. You know, I don't throw my politics on you, Alex. It's not fair, but It's because this president is fascinated on day obsessed with trying to overturn a new election instead of doing what he's supposed to do, and I mean his pen still had the covert task force. I don't even know that this is still ahead of other another 2.5 weeks, three weeks, But yes, and you know, we've heard from Biden and then bite in his head. Something similar that that he really wants to come in with an all hands approach to getting the vaccine out there, And we heard from news from yesterday, saying that that he wants to bring on board Dennis and National Guard and and those who are in medical school to begin getting that everybody out and doing it. You know, you go to your dentist's office that may be where you go to get a covert shot. But we need to get it going. You know, there's a lot of Hey, let's do this. And I'm proposing this as of right now, I cannot go to my dentist and get the vaccine and we got to get it going. And right now, it just doesn't seem like that ball. Yeah, There were the initial Couple of camera ops where they were doing it. And then the other have been hundreds of thousands of mainly health care workers who have gotten it in California as well. But the mass vaccinations have not gotten going and whether that be the governor or the president or somebody in between. It's not happening, and there aren't a lot of so why not? Here's here's something insane. We're talking Alex Stone, maybe seniors. My sister lives in Virginia, and she's 70. And I have come to come on the youngest of five. And the closest agent to me is 12 years differences right? So I was like an afterthought to say the least on so my sister, who is my second oldest Is She's an actress and a singer, and she goes and she sings at this hospital and she would go and sing for people in them a covert. Do you know they kind of did it outside? No. And so they started giving vaccines to the workers there. They said. We'll give one to you, too, because we want you to come in and sing well. I'm really happy. My sister hasn't but that doesn't sound like a policy. That sounds more like, well, we got some left over here now. I mean, this thing is, um Possibly the greatest, uh, health emergency that anybody listening to this show will ever have. And it's being run like, um Went on terror talent and I don't write. I mean, we've heard it down in Orange County as well, Same sort of thing where they've gone and we have a couple of extra. So we gave it to kind of who we found around. And then again, Mendocino County. Where were the refrigerators went down, So Hey, everybody, come down and get it. Then how do you administer the backside of it of getting the second shot and you know if you're just kind of there's a lot of logistics to it. Well, I guess we'll see, you know, And like, he said, in two weeks, eyes it two weeks 14 and five little more than two weeks. So Yeah, about 2.5 weeks? Yeah. Yeah, well, hopefully there's something still here afterwards. We'll see. I'm just joking. But I mean, I do I do worry about, you know, the starting from scratch. How long that will take, you know, well? Well, we keep the people in the lines, you know, And then they buy the administration will. They will be able to pick this thing up and hit the ground running. I hope I really hope, Alex. Thank you. Ma'am. Please stay safe, okay? You got it Sounds good. Thank you Think that Alex Tony, an ABC News correspondent, lives in Santa Clarita, which is ah suburb north of of Between l A and and what? Santa Barbara. It's all right. There's a lot of Magic Mountain. Yeah. Is it matches that where it is right there. God, Yes, so anyway, so that's where we are and it's It's frustrating. I got some numbers on some statistics on Who and how people how people feel about vaccines and that will talk to you as well. For numbers. 80 88 10 80 88 10 You can text made 415 80 88 10. You can always email me a chip it can't you radio dot com. Que Dios. Chris Merrill is.
"mendocino" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Morning senior staff at the Adventist Health Kaya Valley Medical Center in Mendocino County, were holding their first executive meeting of the year. And suddenly, the hospital pharmacist interrupted the compressor on a freezer, storing 830 doses of the Madonna vaccine and stopped working hours earlier. The alarm meant to guard against such failure. That itself failed. Nice so the freezer broke and the alarm broke, so the doses were thawing. That's it. Had limited shelf like we said ours, So once it reaches room temperature, which it did in the freezer. It has to be used within 12 hours, and by time the freezer problem was discovered. The vials were getting warmer. And the staff estimated they had two hours to use them before they would be spoiled. So the team decided that the gold B to inject every dose regardless of state guidelines. The more we vaccinate the better. I wish I was in that area yesterday. So they run into that hospital. So the spokes whole woman named CC Winegar. She tried first give shots to those on the priority list. One elder care facility said. We'll take 40. And the hospital chief medical officer drove the 40 doses to the facility itself. But And then they were gonna give about 100 to the county jail. 200 would would go somewhere else. Sheriff's officials decided that they were going to give it to the inmates. But 11 of the deliveries. Ran into a roadblock. Was some kind of accident on the freeway. Ah Big rig accident on one of the main highways cut the hospital off from a sister facility 20 minutes away where they were going to deliver some of the vaccine. So now you have the highway Shut down. What are you going to do? Uh, you texted out. They texted out to every available medical professional to turn up at one of four sites to just give out the vaccines and monitor those who took them. We had nurses, pharmacists, physicians, people, not part of the hospital come to help. It was all hands on deck, a true community effort. They have blasted out a text two employees that at the hospital, Anybody who showed up could have the shot. Just tell everyone you know, we want to make sure none of this goes to waste by noon within 15 minutes after learning of the freezer failure shots were being administered at all four sites, lines began to form. And some staff had to be used for crowd control is some people have to be turned away, but by the two hour deadline every dose and found a patient Just by spreading the word on their cell phones, texting probably social media. People showed up. They got it done. I'm starting to feel less animosity for these stories about people who cut the line, you know real estate rich guys with their rich clients because at least somebody's getting the vaccine. Yeah. You know what? I think it's every man for himself. Honestly, you could stand in line and wait six months while these bungling bureaucrats watch every system in sight, And then what? You catch the virus, you die. All these bureaucrats are gonna come to your funeral. Say you've got a connection. You know somebody you got the money. Go ahead, do it So But don't tell anybody If people boo Say f you you coming to my funeral? If I die Get enough of this. I mean, I mean this idea that, you know. Well, if you're gonna line up, I need to have your idea. I need to check you against the list. I need to check it twice. Need to make sure you're eligible. It's like when you're on the phase one a list? Yeah, blah, blah, blah. It zip. It's so complicated. It's unworkable,.
California August Complex wildfire surpasses 1 million acres - largest in the state's history
"California Governor Gavin Newsom says that the August wildfire complex burning in the rugged Mendocino National Forest has scorched more land that all of the recording fires in California between 1932 in 1999 August complex 45% contained in some 878,000 acres last week. Bird now breaking One million acres, unprecedented California's history this simply the largest active wildfire in the state's history of
Wildfire burning in Northern California is the state's largest on record
"History now burning in the northern part of the state. August complex into him, a county formed by several fires, merging together to burn more than 700,000 acres, almost twice the amount that burned in the Mendocino complex two years ago. CSU complex, nearly 400,000 acres, third largest in recorded state history. The L. A new complex, also near the Bay Area, the fourth largest pushes the 2003 cedar Fire in San Diego, down to number six on the list to 2007, which fire is number 13 San Diego State's reporting Another 13,
Wildfire north of Sacramento is now largest in California history
"North of Sacramento has officially been deemed the largest in California history. The fire started last month has scorched more than 470,000 acres. And it's only about 25% contained. It surpassed the Mendocino Complex Fire, which ravage Northern California in 2018 6 of the top 20 largest wildfires in California's recorded history have happened this year that firefighters are still battling nearly 30. Other large fires across the state. At least 12 people have died from the fires in California this year, and several people are unaccounted for as a fire burns near Orville. If this fire season feels more intense than others. Now it is over three million acres have burned so far this year. A software
Deep Valley Red Blend 2018
"Day. From. Sheep flying, find it Ascom again. Today we have. Five ninety nine red blend from trader Joe's The teat. Surround Low Sarah. It goes by the name of. Deep Valley Red Wine Blend Mendocino twenty eight teams. Normally Five ninety nine red wine kinda scares me a little bit because. You expect a few things out of red wine some oak aging some. Just some general aging. There is no budget applied ninety wine and a white wine. A little bit different like a Soviet block, a young savvy blockers young. They just make it. Right -Chusetts fresh. Lines good there. It doesn't that doesn't need to cost a lot of money. Learn, you need to do a little bit too and so it's always a little bit scary but I think they spied it's actually a food. Wise. I think it does better. With burgers or like a steak burrito does. On its own and I'm fine with it not the most malicious wine ever taste taste fine. But it's you know it's pretty pretty good. It's made by one of the oldest wineries in Mendocino. If you ever want to know who makes these winds for trader Joe's or any other Any other store where they don't really tell you what's what? Trademark. Registry. Website you get in there within our. Trademark lackadaisical it has come up. But. That doesn't mean that's a one that winery comes up would ever make on their own these custom crush people trader Joe's goes down and says, I want a wine like this at this price. They think, yeah. Okay. We can do that but it might not be a wine that they would ever do on their own. So don't read too much into who makes other than if they make good quality wine. They're probably not skipping on the quality that. They held back. And that's that and this is. It's a good ninety, nine Tuesday night. Pizza, burgers. Fine for them is this really well. You Know Harry. You go in and out Burger, we don't have it ended up Burger Chicago. It picked this would go great with that. There's another thing another observation about trader Joe's wines, and here's a five, ninety, nine wine from a single Aba. Under ten dollars. Californian the label which means that the grapes come from all over. It comes from the North Coast Central. Coast Central Valley. and. That's usually because to make wine cheap you gotta have. A lot of it. You gotTa make. Five hundred thousand bottles. And these big wine corporations do that they'll have holdings everywhere and you know they own vineyards contractors everywhere. So to make the most of their money and utilize scrapes pick from all over but trader, Joe's isn't like. They, go to a single ABA. And you don't know out of this is a single vineyard wine but not that, and there are a lot of vineyards in. In the Mendocino but. You know usually when these cheaper the winds are the simpler things is way to happens. You know they're not be off. You've got to bring in grapes from twenty seven different. Vineyards that might happen but you gotta figure cheaper just to grab one or two. So. To storebrand. You get a much more exclusive line for cheaper price than you do in a retail line. But you don't really know what you're getting basically. You're taking a chance but you get these single ABA wines and he don't know who's making what where, when all the time. But. If you go the trademark website, find out who's doing at Subic meals. Usually go because a lot of times these people. Make. These winds for trader. Joe's whatever their own brand self, their thirty five forty dollars. Make wines I mean it's. Just happen to have some extra great somewhere getting their hands on something. And you know trader Joe's better for. So. There you go. You got the deep sally you red wine blend from. Five, ninety, nine crazy price. There is some. You know it's It's a twenty eight. So it's fairly young for Redwan. Super Young read one.
Dallas - Cresson Volunteer Firefighter Dies Helping With Wildfires Out West
"One firefighter was killed and another injured yesterday. Battling a wildfire in the Mendocino National Forest. The U. S Forest Service has released a little information about the incident. The firefighter who died was from a volunteer fire department in Texas, the Crescent Fire Department southwest of Fort Worth. Announced on its Facebook page that the unidentified woman who lost her life had recently updated her Facebook profile to show the terrain where she was
Small Steps Towards Productivity at Home with Sid Garza-Hillman
"Everyone welcome to radio. This is Doug Hey and today I'm joined by my good good buddy who is so nice to talk to you sit Garza Helmet said welcome back to the podcast. Doug Nice to be here and thank you for having me on. It. was that was that was that to professional? No wonder. Out He's like, I don't want to be around that kind of anyway. Thank you so much for for for serious is always good to talk to you. Yeah same to you and. Say That anyone who is a longtime listener of the pod or follower up athlete knows exactly who you are. But you know who is said Garza Hohmann who who are you, and why should people pay any attention to what you have to say? Why don't know about the second question but the first question is that I'm. Well. Nutritionists running coach Author of two books and another one that I just finished. It's not out yet. PODCAST Vlogger I direct an ultra marathon. And I run a wellness center at at the Stanford in a nutritionist there and. father husband. That's that pretty much sums it all up. Yeah. You know our other things. That's a lot I do a lot of stuff which is i. think partly of what we're GonNa talk about today, but we'll see where that goes. Yeah I I was so disappointed in this year, we also come back out for the race would have been my. Third Time coming for the senior Costa Fifty K. which is. Without a doubt, my favorite ultra-marathon off there ever is Martin was or will be. I. Guess I can't say that definitively about I, I, can I mean there will never be a better race video It's such a cool race rents along the coast of the Mendocino coast like Northern California cliffs just absolutely stunningly beautiful and then through the redwoods and along this big river out of there, it's such a cool that and. But of course, like everything else it was canceled this year and I was sorry to Miss Miss that option is here. Yeah, I was I was a late hold out like we were getting the news about you know. Groups of fifty sounds like okay. I can do that because all space my runners out Mr groups of twenty five probably can do that. You know, and then finally it was a group of ten and I was like okay and I had to pull the plug and it was really. I took it way harder than thought it would take it. I was very bombed Tanaka the race and. It's come for some reason. The last couple of weeks I think I'm trying to nail down next year's date and everybody who signed up to have a free. You know they have a free entry into next. You basically postponed the race a year essentially, but I'm like drinking coffee out of my Mendocino Coast Fifty K. last few days I've been wearing the hat like. Just around surrounding myself with all things Mendocino. Miss you so much. You know it's It's such a fun. It's like the it's such a thing I look forward to every year and to not have it this year amongst every amidst everything else was just really a bummer. Yeah what what do you think was the most? Disappointing part about if you just about the about the race by cancelling. Yeah. Just because I love the it's such as you know for anybody who's run it they know but I keep the number on purpose. You know have quite a big wait list actually but I, keep the number very tight at one hundred fifty. Because it's really intimate fun and it's become would have been in its fifth year, but there's a lot of returners. So it becomes this thing where it's almost familial. You out there there's traditions that are being built now around the race 'cause it's now it's not in its first year now in its would have been in its fifth and so it's it's a new race but you can sort of see the establishment of traditions in and just seeing people again for the you know that one time per year and it's just it's just I greet everybody when they come. Across the finish line because I keep the numbers manageable and it's just it's just this fun. Fully positive no negative day and even people who drop I've never had a negative person. They always come back and I go I. Miss a stupid thing. You know they get a beer and they walk over to the beach you know like it just so it's all good and I've knock on Wood I've never had. A bad experience around. So it's just it's just a fun thing for me to do. It is a good addition to altering community. Thank you for putting that on. Yeah, my pleasure. All. Right. So we'RE NOT GONNA be talking about the racer. We're not even going to be talking about today we're talking about a productivity and kind of staying focused in the age of that I. Know I have I've worked from home for a long time and you've partially worked from home for a while and so I'm used to this whole working from home thing. But I'm hearing increasingly more from people who from friends and family and stuff who are getting growing increasingly frustrated with the work from home experience and. They're having they're having trouble with productivity. You're having focused missing You know their friends at work and their colleagues and and so even though we're wet like five months into this whole thing and most people are still working from home. We. Thought it'd be good to talk about productivity and to talk about. You know just kind of waste to stay focused and and be efficient but we're doing it in the framework of small steps because you're like the small stuff guy, you might be the og small sips guy. I don't know what are small steps. I'm pretty I'm pretty Oh, Jeez most. Well, my small steps are from most other small steps. So I'm there are people out there talking about micro steps, break everything into two minutes my specific approaches to train people how to set their own well. I'll put this way a small step for me as an is the mindset it's what you view something as small step. So it's not a fixed amount of time in the world. It's just for you if it's a small
Blue Jays barred from playing games in Toronto
"Activity. With Major League Baseball kicking off their official season this week. The Blue Jays won't play their home games in Toronto this year because Canada's government doesn't think it's safe for players to travel back and forth from the United States. Immigration Minister Marco Mendocino said. The federal government has denied the Blue Jays request to play at the Roger Centre. The team's alternate sites for home games include their training facility, and Dunedin, Florida, which is among the states that are virus hot spots. As well as Celine Field in Buffalo, New York, which is home to Toronto's Triple A affiliate and just across the
The Cascadia Subduction Zone
"Today we're going to look at the Cascadia subduction zone, and what could be a mega quake the Pacific northwest subduction zone earthquakes have occurred every three hundred fifty years since six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for earlier quakes come from core samples taken from the. The Ocean floor, and from rings counted in the Ghost forest that I'll talk about a little bit later. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions, Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet, massive coastal storms during nine, hundred and ninety, seven, Ninety, eight, washed away tons and tons of sand, revealing hundreds of stumps, the remnants of a Sitka spruce forced. It is through. Through a combination of carbon dating an accounting of rings that the data, the last Cascadia subduction zone or C. S. Z. quake took place. The Earth's surface is made up of seven major plates and many smaller ones. The smaller plates creator earthquakes for short durations of fourteen forty five seconds at may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place of. Of Water call faultlines between plates March Eleventh Twenty Eleven Japan experience a subduction zone. Quite that lasted more than four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale. It was a fourth, most powerful or quake in the world. Since modern recording began in nineteen, hundred shake created a Su- Nami, the reached a hundred and thirty three feet and mood six miles inland google. Google Japan's main island upon shoot, eight feet in shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches, this was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate finally to help put earthquakes in perspective, the long Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds the Great San Francisco earthquake of nineteen six was. was eight point six that lasted forty five seconds, but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point, one of the Richter scale based on data from Oregon see geographer Patrick Corcoran and Usgs Alaska, science center kiss, missing mysteries will now tour the predicted minute by minute impact of Cascadia. Subduction Zone earthquake on the Oregon coast after three hundred twelve. Twelve years to see S Z could no longer take the strain it ruptures at a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of its length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the south. West sliding over the Wanda Fuca plate, but remember we're talking about across more. More than fifty miles deep, the first movement sons pressure wave that soapy way that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour, it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit Oregon's cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later. It reaches Portland in fifty seconds his Seattle at nine point one is what seismologist call a full rip? Most cities can withstand a six point. Eight quake lasted about forty five seconds, but the difference between a forty second, and a four-minute quake has like the difference between a head on collision at four miles, an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes shaking continues, the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle it will have suffered from ground liquefication Berlin will collapse, and they'll be gas fires citywide after six. Six minutes people seeking high ground to avoid the soon. NAMI will be impeded by debris driving. We'll be an impossibility at eight minutes. Nami will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide, but a flash flood speed leading edge will only be inches, but will increase to forty feet as predicted that the cascadia subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake twenty eleven. Keep in mind the by the time you finish listening to this. There will have been earthquakes somewhere in the world. The Pacific
"Welcome to kids Smith and mystery your host kid crumb today. We're GONNA look at several events that were predicted. And of course we'll start with our current pandemic predicted seventeen years ago by science. If you still believe in science and is this a first well of course not you can look back. A hundred years to the nineteen eighteen. Banish flu epidemic tremendous number of similarities. Between on then. And what's going on now but we're going to leave that behind. Don't look at earthquakes. Also predicted are subduction zone. Earthquakes have occurred every three hundred and fifty years said six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for the earlier quakes or predictions comes from core samples taken from the ocean floor. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions are both Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet. Massive coastal storms during the nineteen ninety seven and ninety eight storms washed away tons of sand revealing hundreds of stumps the remnants of Sitka spruce forest. It is through a combination of carbon dating and counting of rings. That the date of the last cascade subduction zone or C. S. Z. Quake place the Earth. Surfaces made up of seven major plates in many smaller ones. The smaller place creator quakes for short durations of fourteen to forty five seconds it may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place at what is called the fault line between plates March Eleventh. Two Thousand Eleven Japanese experience subduction zone quite that lasted more than four minutes at a nine point one. On the Richter scale it was the fourth most powerful earthquake in the world since modern record taking began in nineteen hundred to shake created a soon nami that reached one hundred thirty three feet and move six miles inland. It moved Japan's main island of Honshu. Eight feet and shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches. This was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate Vialli to help put earthquakes in perspective the Loma Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds. The Great San Francisco earthquake of Nineteen. Six was eight point six and it lasted. Forty five seconds but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale based on data from Oregon. Siochana Oceana Graphic Person Patrick Corcoran and US GS is Alaska. Science Center true mysteries of the Pacific northwest will now who are predicted. Minute by minute. Impact of a Cascadia subduction zone earthquake on the Oregon coast get this after three hundred twelve years the CS is he could no longer take the strain. It ruptures a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the South West sliding over the one to Fuca plate. But remember we're talking about a crushed more than fifty miles deep. The first movement sends a pressure wave that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later it reaches Portland Oregon in fifty seconds at his Seattle at nine point one. It's what Size Malla. Just call a full rip. Most cities can withstand a six point eight quake last year forty five seconds. But the difference between a forty second and a four-minute quake is like the difference between a head on collision at four miles an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes. Shaking continues the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle will have suffered from ground. Liquefication building collapsed gas fires citywide after six minutes. People seeking high ground to avoid the SU- NAMI will be impeded by debris and driving will be almost impossible at eight minutes to Sonoma will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide but flash floods speed. The leading edge will only be inches but it will increase to forty feet is predicted that the cascade subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake of twenty eleven. Keep in mind that by the time you finish listening to this podcast. There will earthquake somewhere in the
Low Snowpack In California Mountains May Mean More Wildfires This Summer
"This month is shaping up to be one of the driest February's in California's history state. Water officials said today that snow pack across the Sierra Nevada is measuring less than half of. What's normal for this time of year? That matters to skiers and snowboarders but more critically sunny skies in the winter could mean more wildfires. Come summer and fall from member station K. Q. E. D. in San Francisco. Peter Cooney reports armed with aluminum survey polls and electric sensors hydrologist in California flocked to the Sierra Nevada. Each winter to measure snowpack. That's because about a third of the state's annual water supply for drinking and agriculture gets stored as snow than when the south starts to melt in the late spring early summer. That water will hopefully slowly meltoff and replenish the water. That is Held IN OUR RESERVOIRS. Chris. Orrick is with the California Department of Water Resources. He says the dry winter is in stark contrast to last year there was probably one of the wettest. February's we've ever had some areas in the Sarah accumulated up to fifty feet of snow whereas this year in the majority of the Central Valley Northern California. We had a little to no measurable Precipitation Silver Lining Or. It says is that the state's reservoirs still have plenty of water. Thanks to all the snow and rain from last year while officials aren't ready to declare a drought a dry winter can signal an early start to California's wildfire season which has devastated parts of the state in recent years. The massive car fire Mendocino complex the atlas tubs fires campfire is now the most destructive fire in state history given two fires that are close enough to one another that essentially is one incident and this fire is a monster it is the low snowpack is an important insurance policy to protect against wildfire says. Jonah bots glue. He's a climatologist with the University of California merced set so that snow melts provides a gradual source of moisture keeping those fuels in our forces areas Wet later into the spring and early summer so when we don't have the snowpack in place when we have a subpar snowpack. Those fuels are allowed to green up and actually dry out earlier in the year and that says about to glue sets the stage for an early start to fire season so California's certainly has seen longer fire seasons lasting both later in the fall and starting early in the spring and unfortunately the lack of precipitation across the state. We've basically struck out during the two wettest months of the year. A spokesman for CAL. Fire the agency responsible for fire. Prevention in California says that the current dry windy conditions have already contributed to more wildfires than usual this winter but fire officials and water managers point out that California's wet season isn't over yet. They're hoping for a repeat of twenty eighteen when a series of March storms. Replenish the snowpack in time for the spring runoff
Oregon's Ghost Forest
"Welcome to kids myths and mysteries. I'm your host kid chrome today the Oregon Ghost forest here I am deviating from ghost town to ghost forest but Oregon's ghost forest is perhaps one of the area's natural phenomenon you'll see what she'll be looking at three low tides roles in researchers aren't sure when the force was buried but by most accounts it was likely a massive cascadia subduction zone earthquake that did it in a last one hit in the winter of seventeen hundred and the next one is expected someday soon some locals attests that the I was always visible for decades but it didn't gain popularity until that winter of nineteen ninety seven ninety eight when storms pummeled the coast and Uncut birds more and more of the trees today the ghost force can be seen year-round during low tide though exceptional low tide one that approach a minus to feed reveal far more of the trees and is usually seen from the NASCAR when beach parking lot walk South along the Beach Pass proposal rock Ross through small stream and you'll see the stumps rising out of the sand created by the same kind of massive earthquake expected to strike Oregon in the very near future the ghost force is not only reminder the past but a chilling almond for what destruction may lay ahead sometimes the true power of nature lies limits devastation rushing just beneath our feet for centuries these old stumps were hidden under the sand peaking above the surf only briefly every couple of days gauge the Ghost Forces near proposal rock is part of the NASCAR went beach state recreation site the stumps what's left of the tree best seen in winter Bentley were from Sitka spruce trees that grew a hundred and fifty to two hundred feet when the quake hit that drop them into the ocean the ground apparently descended twenty five feet it was January twenty six seventeen hundred approximately nine pm Pacific standard time to be exact the earthquake was said to be a magnitude eight or nine which lasted five or six minutes it occurred along the Cascadia Subduction Zone six hundred miles stretch between Vancouver Island British Columbia and Cape Mendocino California American research issues carbon dating on the spruce trees Pete and fossilized Plas Sitka spruce as far apart as Washington Northern California guide from the high waters during the name few decades sometime between sixteen ninety five and seventeen twenty their rings were wide right up to to the last ring proving that a sudden event rather than slow sea level rise was the culprit earthquake this mysterious area is fairly easy to access only fifteen miles north of Lincoln City Oregon Highway One at milepost ninety eight you will find the quiet community of Nascar on the properties on the Dunes directly in front of proposal rock at the timing is right you'll be able to see the stumps to the south of you and beyond Slab Creek which runs through the beach towards the proposal rock and dumps into the ocean you'll need to navigate across his creek and it's a little cold but it's worth it to walk among these ancient spruce uh-huh organs ghost force was produced here at night I will sound studio and brought to you by the Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library and I'll creak cabinet writers St at Al Creek Cabin Dot Com? Check it out this kid chrome reminding you to listen tomorrow when I conclude one of the most bizarre stories. I've ever run across I call it. Where did billy go it's about an eleven year old boy that vanished from his backyard just outside of Tucson Arizona WanNa in front of twenty two adult witnesses and was found wandering fifteen hundred miles distant in south west Tennessee three days later that's tomorrow once day the twenty third on kits myths and mysteries I'm kit chrome thanks for listening
A Deep Dive Into Kelp Killers
"This week. I traveled to California's Mendocino county to scuba dive with local. Oh abalone fishermen Jank Lincoln's and Mike Escrow from the California Ocean Protection Council to get a firsthand look the impact that warmer waters lessee the stars and a massive increase in Purple Sia jains a having on everything from Kelp to abalone. I meet up with Mike Escrow. Who's is the marine ecosystems program manager the Ocean Protection Council Luckily for me. Mike's also a dive Mazda a former C. ground fellow and and hold a master's degree from cal State Monterey Bay in Marine protected areas might where are right now. We're here at Pebble beach on the North Coast and Sonoma's county and we're going to go out and try to see some abalone but probably gonNA see a lot of very much kelp unfortunately okay so in front of us. We have this yellow bag and it's got a lot of equipment that quite remember what I'm GonNa do is so well we got right. Here is as we have your scuba tanks so all your errors in here we got your. CD that stands for buoyancy compensation device and so that's going to help you adjust buoyancy underwater as you get a little deeper grier. GonNa add some areas. You get a little shallower. You're gonNA that Samaria out. We got regulator here which we're going to hook up to the tank so that you can breathe underwater. That's important all your rubber. All your neoprene so so that's GonNa keep you nice and toasty in that water which is probably about between fifty and fifty five degrees right now so you'll be glad you have that wetsuit in that best and it sounds like you know what you're doing which which has got because I'm glad I'm here. I hope I know what I'm doing. I've been now instructor for a few years now. So what do we do next should be putting your B. C. D. on your tank so I'm going to show you how you do that. This big strap goes around. How much do we have in this tank so this is this is a steel eighty so so you got eighty cubic feet of air in here dependent on your air consumption. That's probably anywhere between thirty five fifty five minutes air but we'll be checking in judge others air supply as we go through the coal now go ahead and turn it on you can hear it pressure as and we'll test it so most important thing second-stage's. That's purge valves. If you ever get any water you can just press that right. They'RE GONNA go ahead and take a breath. Make sure it's working compressed Air Nice. This is your alternate second-stage right here so that that's just the backup so take breath. This make sure it's working right. I love that first breath of pressure as their morning warning. This is an important piece right here. Here's your console all the data. This is all the data exactly this and piece of data right there. This is how much air you have in your tank and then he got a compass sounds. Jack's going to be doing most of our navigation today but if you want I want you can play around with the compass a little bit and help you navigate under water. We're not going down deep enough or stand down long enough to worry about kind of decompression but it's going to have so that's it. I feel good all right. I feel like I know what I'm doing now. So do we get changed now. I think it's GONNA be easiest to get changed now. Okay so we got booties. They probably go on last well. Maybe the hat goes on last-second. Say here's your suit so this is about seven or eight millimeter state is gonNA keep yeah yeah okay so go ahead and get that on once. You're all suited up. I'm going to do the same okay regret pefect before I go ensued up. I asked Jiang Lincoln's and local resident who's led the campaign to bring attention to abalone collapse and who will be leading today's dive to explain the device is now calibrating okay so I work with reef check which is a volunteer data collecting organization in California and I collect abalone Loni data for them. I measure the sizes of Abalone what I'm showing you. Here are some special calipers designed by Josh Russo who is also also a reef check diver specifically for measuring Abalone so that you can do it quickly underwater and it uses a plastic paper deeper and punches so you punch the paper on this zero location then as you measure abalone you punch and then when you're finished you can take the little piece of plastic paper out and measure all the size of the abalone is very fast very efficient and we can get up to one hundred fifty punches and one tank of air which is about half of what you need and a site to build evaluated super low tech yeah the little holes there yeah so from the histogram of size you can determine the size at maturity and you can determine the spawning potential ratio which is very important important in an abalone fishery okay so now for the moment truth. I have to actually get to freezing border. Okay this moment. I'm actually pretty nervous. I remember the last time I went scuba diving looking at the world fifty feet above my head and realizing that there was actually no way that I could make it out without at and unlike like the Caribbean and the border here murky and freezing okay now. I'm working with from the beach into the ocean. Okay I just was attempting to go down to the ocean floor but it's taking me a while to sort out the the right buoyancy level for this suit and God luckily I had gloves on because we were literally crawling along the ocean floor with our hands and the Purple Patch as far as I can see which admittedly was only about five feet but they I mean they were everywhere we stay down for about twenty minutes being moved around by very strong tidal surges and a lot of the time I talked just completely claustrophobic and directionless took a lot of effort to keep president and not give into fear it also took a while for my Easter just to the pressure which at first was just the pain was so intense and just crazy to painful bear then like magic. It disappeared getting out of the water. I'm filled with just so many emotions excitement to be exiting a very foreign weld Tara at the C. Hitch an infestation gratitude for Mike keeping me safe and the complete Adrenalin high just from being on this adventure then unfortunately we just starting to cough up some blood which I find out later was normal but at the time was just shocking okay mic that that was more of adventure than house quite intense coming in the water. Thank you for being such a good guide lead. Yeah you got it man. Absolutely as a challenging day we had limited visibility at say probably no more than five feet at any given time so pretty green down there and a lot of a lot of water movement so we were. We were blown back and forth pretty pretty good but with us fun it was. I just thought I was I mean I know I am cramp but like I just suddenly be floating floating back and I'm like Mike so when you see where we came out of the warden and you're like there's a lot of said made me feel a teeny bit. That's definitely the surgeon. I've experienced but I'm not a north coast either. I'm a I'm a Monterey diver so it gets it gets way more narrowly up here. So I mean to me is far as the I could see that were purple see the actions I mean it was he couldn't see that but as far as you could see they were everywhere yeah. There were a lot of them down. There and I think the craziest thing for me was just seeing how how how much they'd grazed. I mean they'd you know urgency grazers. They eat plants. They eat algae and they'd grazed everything down to bare rock. So's is pretty much urgency. As far as the I could see I mean I've never heard of them. Described as grazes yeah that's a technical term yeah but they're there and so the sea stars used to eat them mm-hmm and then they will wiped out. Yes exactly so so what happened is the sea stars are one of the major urging predators specially a couple of big species so sunflower stars which are picnic. Odia and giant giant spine stars which are species of highs astor. Those guys got hit really hard by sea star. Wasting disease started in twenty thirteen thirteen twenty fourteen really wipe those guys out and so without those natural predators to keep him in check. The purple urging just exploded so quickly though I mean like the timeframe Yo Tokiwa Matt is just kind of like often I think about climate changes slowly moving in like this has happened quick. Yeah I mean this is this is pretty much instantaneous. Ania on a on an ecological scale which is really
The largest wildfire in California history is finally contained
"California have finally won the battle against the largest wildfire in that state's history. Officials say the deadly Mendocino complex fire was declared fully contained this week. And that fire started back in July. It's also drawn the interest of scientists who are trying to figure out how these fire spread and how they can keep them away from people and property CBS's Carter Evans says they're also doing new research on what's becoming a growing threat fire tornadoes. At the US forest fire lab in Montana. They're fighting fires by lighting fires. We're understanding all the processes that. Go
Walt Disney World workers land deal for $1,000 bonuses and $15 minimum wage
"After contract negotiations dragged on for almost a. Year Disney reached a deal late last night with unions that would raise the minimum wage for Walt Disney World resort workers to fifteen dollars an hour, by the year twenty twenty one. The agreement would increase starting wages by fifty, percent workers would also get the thousand. Dollar bonuses they were promised earlier this year the new agreement will be voted on by union. Members on September
Verizon throttled Santa Clara County firefighters' data as they fought Mendocino fire, chief says
"Is under fire for how. It treated a California fire department the Santa. Clara county fire chief says Verizon hindered efforts to help fight the massive Mendocino complex fire by throttling the department's data plan slowing speeds to the. Point firefighters could not communicate our technical reports that when contacted Verizon told the department It had, to switch to another plan at twice the cost the company says. It was a customer service mistake not to d throttle because the situation was an.
Cervical cancer screening without Pap test OK for some women
"Live from. NPR news in. Washington I'm Lakshmi Singh the Trump administration is adding several more Russian individuals and businesses to a, sanctions list and says it will keep up the pressure until Moscow changes, its behavior. NPR's Michelle Kellerman reports this was the topic of a hearing on Capitol Hill assistant secretary. Of state for Europe west, Mitchell says to date visit ministration has imposed sanctions on two, hundred seventeen Russian individuals and companies and more could come chilling effect on the Russian economy and certainly key sectors has been significant and measurable since two thousand thirteen foreign direct investment in Russia has fallen by eighty percent is a pretty stunning, number and Mitchell says Russia has lost out on eight to ten