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"moraga" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"moraga" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Twenty four westbound between a renter Moraga and while it's a road in the two left lanes and invective build better news the meridian the off ramp from westbound eighty at the close of a a car fire fires out to end the offramp is re opened Julie temperature KQ weedy hi this is Yvonne in San Francisco and I just donated to KQED because KQED radio has kept me saying for the last few months I have been locked in a close I really couldn't do without you and your the only source I truly trust her information and that makes a huge difference during something like this pandemic said thank you very much thank you Yvonne yes that that we've earned your trust is a truly something that we honor and I strive to do and that that sounds like perhaps you're a first time donors to welcome to the KQED family and thank you very much for calling one eight hundred nine three seven eight eight five zero and becoming a member of KQED and leaving that to very generous comment good afternoon I'm clear green in here with Michelle had again Hey there and there we have a triple challenge we shelter where I get these get that these few minutes are really tanked up with some extra money are reliable friends fiber McCandless and Angelo coatis are joining with another generous job donor for two pools worth three thousand dollars towards listener donations during this hour and if you've been listening to us for a while you know how this challenge grant this work if we don't make the challenge before this hour is over we have to offer to return the money this is the final day of our two day pledge drive thank you for joining us if you would like to make a donation right now and have the your donations tripled please call the number is one eight hundred nine three seven eight eight five zero donations at our website are also being tripled the sour.

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When Gentefied Co-Creator Linda Yvette Chvez Realized She Was A Writer

Latina to Latina

07:12 min | 1 year ago

When Gentefied Co-Creator Linda Yvette Chvez Realized She Was A Writer

"You have said the growing up. You wanted to save your family. Y Did you think that they needed saving own tango. You're asking some I wanted to know about you. I won't be mark interviews so that when you're an even bigger star who will come back to and like all right here. I'm like listen. We always talk about group low income. I grew up with You know parents have always been hard working but you know when we first had our first home. I remember you know. We didn't have any money. We didn't have anything we got by with family supporting each other like we were all low income. We're all struggling and I remember my grandmother. Getting food stamps. And the you know the government cheese all low income kids joke about the government cheese and for me and my mom putting water into the milk into the shampoo and conditioner to make last like few weeks more month more because we couldn't afford to get more or you know the age old joke of like. Oh beans again is like every day every day. It's like it's when you grow up low income so much around you reminds you that you are and like specifically for me was just like not having one. Alpha two outfits a year for school like that that we got that was new and like maybe every two years or every year new pair of sneakers and not like a nice pair of sneakers like the stuff that like people would make fun of always dreaming about it had some Nikes like that will be dove Using the kids of Nikes was always really cool. And say you know we were low income in like a little bit of a mixed income community so there were kids kids in my school. Who did have those things that a lot but there was some kids who did having that and see. My parents struggle financially. They always made it work. They always worked hard and made it work. But you know that strain of the financial strain is always with you from a very early age because you you feel it you see it. You see how you have less than I think for a lot of kids who grow up low-income especially if you're a child of immigrants like you grow with the of well. It's so hard for us. We're here for the American dream on a bus button. I'M GONNA GET THAT. Dream I'M GONNA save everybody like we're all getting out of this together. I'm GonNa make so much money that I'm going to get a mansion and we're all going to live in the mansion and I remember my daddy's to drive us to Beverly Hills and He would point to the different houses and he was telling me high. That's where you're gonNA live Mu Ho. That's where you're gonna live like he was always. Kinda like putting into our heads like both. My parents like this. This is where you belong. You can be there and I want you to dream for that. They had that attitude even sitting at dinner tables and telling us you're going to go to college like that was enough for me to say okay. I'm going to go to college. Well not only that. You had a mother who was telling you. I think you're going to be a writer like girl you really. You read everything God yes he did. That's rare yeah now. I remember when I was little. I was like the little adult who was like so when I grow up and be a lawyer and I'm GonNa make lots of money and my mom and my dad were like me. You're really I think there'd be a writer because I would write poetry short stories and like little books and I was little I read like I devoured books like devoured when I say like I was a bookworm like girl. I wasn't the libraries of the street from here the public one. I just lived there like every week was like what's the new topic that I'm obsessed with and it was everything from hamsters to ice hockey like I wanted to learn everything And I would read a lot of buzz of fiction you know like Narnia like all the things all the things And so I would write a lot because I love stories and I love storytelling and and to me never seemed like a career though. That's something I do for fun and I love moving people whether like I used to love writing poems. That would make people cry. I just loved it. I just love that. It could write something that moves someone like and it was usually like my parents or my siblings or my aunt and uncle or my aunts and my grandma but There was something that I felt within me. Felt so good and so right to be able to move someone with my work but I didn't know that could make a career out of it so you know my parents being like I think you're going to be a writer to me was like first of all. Y'All are broke for a reason. No you can't make money being a writer like that kid who was like what you're crazy like we. This is a saying in Spanish. Almost almost. It's like well I'm GONNA go get. I'm going to be a lawyer. I'M GONNA make money but the minute I went to college. I mean the first year was really tough. But then I took this class with Harry Elam at Stanford who introduced an issue in Moraga. Who's GonNa Right? Who was the feminism? Played a huge role in the Chicano rights movement with her work and she The first thing I wrote of hers was giving up the Ghost dinner. Remember Thinking Oh. I saw her writing about her community. Far More community and of course like our communities are very similar. Obviously like even my family who've done farm work and all that I it was my people essentially and I was like wait a second. Hold up you can write it by your people and like make a career. Well first of all you can read about your people because everything i Read. Read of until that point for the most part was white people secondly you can make money doing that like it all just like for me was like this moment of like. It was just a big moment to be like. Wow I can do that. I remember the first time I read. This bridge called my back and I was like. Oh I. I grew up in Latino community and it didn't it almost didn't occur to me that it was a minority experience. And I remember reading that and be like Oh this is a radical land like this is like I saw in my own little world of not realizing how radical it was to tell your story into own your story for those women. Yeah it's so radical. It's crazy and this is again. Goes back to like give. You can't see it. You can't be it right like that. If Cherie had an ex pursued her passion in her love and I'm sure there's the people who inspired her to do the same. I wouldn't be here a needed her work. I needed her to do her work. So that I could exist in the way that existing now that is like a full circle wild moment for me. Because that's what started my journey. You know like seeing something like what the Hell I can do this like. It's so vital and so important in one of the big reasons why never gave up on this show. It was a hard road. It was a very very hard road To make this in one of the things that really brought me to show up to it fully was knowing knowing that it was gonna make a huge difference to so many people and would create more craters than we need them. You know we need these. These folks to show up every day to create their art and And Yeah so ungrateful to my parents. Who taught me as a writer in a grateful to? Cherie for allowing me to fully Taken with I know now very very viscerally know. Now that it's my calling to

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"moraga" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"moraga" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"In this morning I'm talking to my business owner friends out there who have started their own business so focused on it and you're just run into the ground I know you're working super hard right now so it's a been a good economy a good run in fact we celebrated the longest bull market in history this past week a hundred twenty one months and I know you're doing everything you can to stay out of it but I want you to step back for second this morning and think about something else think about what happens when the inevitable occurs and we have another recession and what that will do to your business and how you can diversify yourself right now from that sort of event and keep going because that's what it's all about at the end of the day one of the best ways to do that is attended one of my educational workshops and we're gonna be doing one again this Thursday at the Moraga library I will be there so be a free public event and we would love to have you show up and we were talking about the specifics of social security so maybe as a business owner you thought about it your you know your ambivalent or not real confident being there whatever happens to be come find out more about it and how much you can get out of it and how that contribute to your overall retirement success if you will or plan there's a lot to know about so many different ways to collect a particular if you're married and will be doing that now so if you'd like to come to that good at P. Y. es events again that's P. Y. es events dot com right now and you can register right there you can bring a friend factor love you to bring a guest if you like and I'll be there and I'd be happy to chat with you afterwards and answer questions right there in the setting of a public library so again P. Y. events dot com this Thursday night in Moraga one wish a Happy Birthday.

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"moraga" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"moraga" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"So. I guess he's been tough when they get those baserunners sometimes with a reliever, you you get men on base. And then they bring in do little behind you. And and he strands him for you. Anyway. The giants still need baserunners. They they've made it much closer than it was it was nine to two in this inning started. And now it is nine to six when it's time for a change things. Speedy oil, change and auto service, your trusted oil change tuneup and break experts Austin Williams brought into the game with a nine to two lead. And he never got an out here in the ninth inning four hits four runs. Just like that. I think part of those numbers of of trying not to harp on it. Well, actually, they do give them to us. They they sort of hide them. But Calvert claw has been awful in terms of. Inheriting runners when he's been able to start at inning cleaning, which I guess in essence now he is because the bases are empty after the Duggar homerun. He's been just fine. He has inherited seven runners this year all seven have scored against. Wow is really really hard to do. And maybe that explains a little bit of the the hits and walks in the number of innings without the runs charged a his record Faircloth, and he's had chances to just start in in clean has typically pitched bell. So we if the giants can get a rally going against him. It could be that. He's only gonna face a couple hitters anyway. Brandon belt will be looming. Third, maybe panic and Posey forbear claw and do little in. What would still be a safe situation to try to get the final hour? We'll see. Joe panic giants need baserunners down by three. Here's bear. Claw hard soaring right hand. Ready delivers a fastball right on the outside corner. Had ninety three miles an hour strike one. Call. Bear claw born in Santa Clara. Wilcox high school, then went to Saint Mary's college in Moraga. There is right to call. You put another one right on the outside, Ed right on the black. She is spotted two straight fastballs beautifully and has a quick Owen to count. Thank lost six feet two inches tall. Panic one for four in the game left handed hitter. The to pitch in the dirt with a splitter. And the count is now one and two. Jackson down forty two from the.

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"moraga" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"moraga" Discussed on Latino USA

"I don't know, you know, and a revulsion I think to tear about what's going on in the country. But if it hadn't been for those last in amid term elections, I think I would continue to speak in that way. But to see that many women of color and women together, it really really made a shift for me in some level to have those congresswoman now, I look at them. He's young women of color feminists. They have never separated the issues of her. And the only way I've ever really believed in feminism is a has to be it has to be absolutely multi issued at every level. My just wanted to go girl. You know, it's like, I absolutely know that the leadership of women of color is everything. In has to happen on all stages. So I'm very. How I'm just emboldened by their own boldness. So these days Cherie when you communicate with your mom from the other side. What is she telling you would is the voice that you hear from your mom now in your head in your heart. What is she saying to you? You're gonna make me cry. Now, there's just finance had the dream to see other day. And I was just waking up, and I've, oh, my mother decided my bed, but it was weird because she was at the side of my bed, but her, but I felt her hand on top of my hand, my hand was on my stomach, and I felt her hand and my hand, and then I put my hand over hers, and I could feel her hand hands had a lot of rightous shit crooked hands very muscular hands too hard working like feel like a read everything about her in that hand, the feeling is that because of the book coming out to of course, you know. You know may may Paloma via. So, you know, it's like, I worry, and it's it's you is want to make sure that you've done the right thing. And I felt utter utter approval. From her other utter support, you know like multiply coup, piss me Polian. It was really good. It's all right. It's all right. Everything's gonna be all right. And that was a beautiful dream. I felt really lucky to get it, you know, that kind of sign, and I feel very lucky that you shared it with all of us, SRI Moraga. Thank you for all of your work. And for your memoir, we really appreciate it. Think of it. He is beautiful to talk to always. And thank you for your work. Sri Moraga is a feminist thinker and writer her latest book is titled native country of the heart a memoir, it's out April. Second. This episode was produced by Sophia car and Lucas other and edited by Marlin Bishop let new USA team includes the CS and said he'll.

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"moraga" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"moraga" Discussed on Latino USA

"The complexity of the personal is what has to be addressed the multiplicity of our identities for many of us. You are that first cheek on our radical poet published, you know, who was really great taking a lot of barriers. And so it feels like for many of us who have known you known your work like a lot of this is very personal like we know things about you about your sexuality and your identity and your your political struggles. But you did decide to. Right. A memoir and that men were really is about someone else. It's about your mom and the both of your struggle around identity. My mother, I think one of the first poems that I ever thought was a good poem was called, you know, for the color of my mother, and you know, I think that, you know, certainly all the sites of my density from being queer from being, you know, mixed blood having a wide father in the context of the very large Mexican family all of those things I've written about but with this book. Oh my God. You know, I think with the when my mother contacted, you know, Alzheimer's, she was already in her mid eighties. And she was going quite quickly with it. But what scared me what I thought was going to be one of the most horrible things in my life. Because my mother was is the family matriarch. We have hundreds of really relatives. She was really the Quincy stuff. The family. She kept the stories, you know, she people came to her for her to lose her memory. I felt like there went the culture. There went the whole daughter. They familia. So like, there was a very sort of zen Buddhist prospect to this in the sense that since she had no memory when she started to have no memory, all we had was the present tense. In kind of the gift. She gave me of every present moment. Even when two seconds later. She wouldn't remember. For her to be the stuff of literature to me for all of those women all of our mothers, our grandmothers be so well, as you know, who we know their stories are everything and the culture that they have the knowledge that they have is never recognized in literature. And so for me if I can just put one book on the shelf that does that I feel like I've accomplished a great deal for us. You know for us as a people SRI. Let's talk about your mom. Her name wasn't Beata. May she rest in peace? She passed away in two thousand and five and I want to take you back to when you're writing about her. She works as a hat checker. And a cigarette girl she was doing this Dina during prohibition. It seems somewhat glamorous. I mean, she was working in areas where like car Gables Shoda Jean Harlow these Hollywood actors. What's your understanding of your mom is a Mexican woman in the late nineteen twenty s? And how she was trying to identify herself. And how others were identifying her as a woman Doina in her story. I mean, she was born in the United States. So she had a particular relationship in the sense of having the advantage of as little school. She had she could speak English. She was bilingual. So when they left to go to during the depression when the family moved down to the one in those years and won. There were also a taste. She had of a of a kind of metropolitan life cosmopolitan life, a city urban cheek gyna- or MSCI gonna experienced. But I do think that it's an image of Mexican women. Mexican American women are relation that the the kind of cool Duda on the front data that has seldom in recorded..

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"moraga" Discussed on Equity

Equity

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"moraga" Discussed on Equity

"We have Bubba Moraga. A founder turned VC turned rogue individual investor. Bubba. Thank you so much for coming. Thanks for having me. So last week as listeners know we talked at length about lift and its announcement that it had filed confidentially for an IPO. Well, it turns out that basically soon as we put down our microphones and left. The studio news broke that Uber had filed confidentially for a an IPO last week too. So guys, what do we think of this very fun race? We have on our hands. I just can't believe they drops us into one another. I mean this implies they've been planning this for months, and months and months and months, you can drop in us one overnight by accident. You have had have done the homework. Got your books shade had the accounts going through and yelling at you for some period of time. My only question is did they have it? So. They can just pull the trigger. Or will these actually so time course to go by accident? I don't know. But it's a fun time. It's an interesting question if they had been holding them back to to put them in around the same time or when they got the signal because generally speaking, it was probably well known to the circles that mattered. You know, what each of the it was thinking about I can't help. But to think about how visa and MasterCard went public. There is a bunch of jockeying back and forth between the two of them. And ultimately, I believe MasterCard went I, and I think some of the execs from visa the stay say that was a huge advantage for visa because they got to understand mash cards business before they before they went out. What was the difference? I mean, I'm sorry. What was the time difference? I don't mind that weeks. I think it was. I think the filings were fairly close to each I think MasterCard probably went out months, but I don't have the dates off the top my head. I just remember that bit of the story of the world move more slowly back then I feel like months was short period of time. Well, it was the whole day park is I mean, that's not that bad. Well, and also you have coverage or filings doubt. Right. So so both of no confidentially filed. So the SEC is giving them feedback without them having to share the one to the public. So that's also a little bit different than back. Then. No for sure for sure I'm curious though. But who actually pulls the trigger for goes and files at publicly now, it's kind of a game of chicken in some capacity. I just can't wait to see how close the numbers that are eventually reported in S ones match where they've been telling us all along, and I can't wait to figure out which bits. They've been tweaking along the way also has lift announced who's going to lead its public offering. Yes, I believe so I will look that up. Right. Okay. Great. Great. Because in the meantime, Uber has selected Morgan Stanley, which is a big deal, especially since we're talking about potentially a hundred and twenty billion dollar PO. That's a lot of fees for the Bank to collect. And it is a win for Morgan Stanley banker. Michael Grimes who as Bloomberg notes has become the go-to advisor for many. Silicon valley's largest IPO's and somewhat famously apparently had been sort of driving Hoover's around town to kind of when curry favor with a company on the side. That's gonna be J P Morgan Chase that will lead along with Credit Suisse and Jeffers group and some other smaller bankers and smaller roles, but that's the core group..

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"moraga" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

12:22 min | 2 years ago

"moraga" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The Morongo casino resort and spa studios. I loved that Moraga is not the greatest when you're driving out to Morongo. You're hitting the desert. You got all the windmills going and everything. And then you see Morongo rising like this beacon on the horizon from the desert the greatest feeling in the world. It's a beautiful thing. And I loved that. We're talking about the story of the data of the year, and quite possibly the story of the decade, and that is the cabinet confirmation process. And we've been having a very lightly and passionate conversation, which is what this is all about. You know, don't you hate the fact that you can't talk back to Tucker Carlson, or Anderson Cooper or Rachel Maddow. When you think they're wrong. Right. We wouldn't that be nice. If you just pick up the phone, interrupt them and say, hey, you're so off base on this. And let me explain why. Well, that's what makes what we do here on seven ninety KABC, so vibrant, so important so vital to the Nash. Conversation. Let alone the conversation here in southern California. So please do that especially women to two to five two two two eight hundred two two two five two two two. I don't want to change your mind about this. I want you to the very least if you disagree with me. That is to understand why people disagree with you. Because I do understand your position. I disagree with you. But at least I understand it. I feel like sometimes we are not even understanding each other on this topic. I consider this topic to basically be a seminal moment in our country in the same way. The OJ trial was I vividly. Remember, I was managing the Shubert theatre in in LA at the time in century city, right right across from the century plaza hotel. It's CAA now, which is just a crime was such a beautiful theater. And I was the general manager that theater we had Sunset Boulevard with Glenn Close in the theater. And I remember this whole thing transpiring before I was working out during the Bronco chase. I was working out at the Bally's. I don't think it's a Bally's anymore on Bundy right over in west LA like Bundy in Barrington. And I remember the copters were like hovering above the club. We were like I was on the treadmill, and I'm watching it on TV. And suddenly, we realize oh my God. They're like, right. Above us. Right now. And do you. Remember what it was like in this town during the OJ trial. Do you remember how polarizing it was do you? Remember, how divided it was? And do you remember that when you had a conversation with someone who disagreed with you who different position on it? They were just as firm and Justice passionate and just as a hundred percent sure about the OJ issue, the OJ trial his guilt or innocent. He was they were just as sure with their position as you were with your position and again back then we we didn't take the time to at the very least understand. Why our friends thought a different way about it? That can't happen here. We've got at least take that extra few moments to understand why the person sitting across from us someone who I work with someone who's in my family, even. Disagrees with me, and it's so vehement and so- shirt and their position at the very least we have to we owe it to them. And frankly, we owe it to our country. To take that moment and understand why the person across from us disagrees on this issue. So let's do that. Let's have that exercise right now. And let's do it based on fats eight hundred two two five two two two. Let's go to Jason down in San Diego. Jason your next up on KABC. I just wanna thank you for having some logic and rationality in a situation like this. I feel like we're watching political west side story here either Jeter care shark. They're still in between the the bad part is we've all watched it. And we we've seen how that in something bad's going to happen for us to realize that we've been acting like fools throughout this whole thing. I mean, it's just it's just absolute irrationality on both sides and trying to be the voice of reason. I. Getting out of control. Jason I listen. I I really appreciate that. I do. I I think there's a lot of people who who are trying to approach this in the same way. You know? I think that we we get we go way too far in this country in trying to assure selves of our position in our own validation by by putting our hands over our ears and just shouting as loud, as we can what we believe in what we think, you know. And and and so I appreciate you and very much. I appreciate the musical theater. West side story reference in a in a big way, especially considering my background. How do you think this plays out though? Do you think there's a path forward on this? Is there any kind of reconciliation and forget about the democrat Republican thing. I couldn't care less about that. What about we as the American people? How do we move forward from this point as a father of four? I look at this as a huge opportunity to teach my kids that you've got two years you've got to be able to talk to people. And you also have to be able to express your point. It'd be logical. And you're not always right? And they're not always right? But you have to have that dialogue. You have to open it up. I hope I really hope and pray that as we've had a history that's something that doesn't have to happen for us to realize that we've gone too far. That's what scares me the most in the Senate. And that's normally we are laughter far. Right. And we realize what we did something dangerous there. And we did something that unfortunately. And now we have to write what we've done, and I just I really hope it doesn't have to end up in that sense. Because realistically, what we're talking about people's beliefs and their feelings and thoughts and fishes us aren't right. But we have to be able to sit down and discuss with people, and we're not at that point in a lot of aspects in just everyday life anymore. Here's the writer, you're wrong. And there's no there's no dialogue. There's no back and forth. There's no argument. I mean, I'd hate to be on the debate goes nowadays. There's no winning or losing. There's no debating Whitney or and that's that's not what we're about a century of people and just as human beings. Jason. Thank you for the call down there in San Diego. And and we sincerely apologize for stealing the chargers from yet, by the way too. That's that was that was rough. But I I appreciate the call. Thank you for calling. I completely agree with you. I have a positive guy. I do feel like something good is coming on the horizon. I do I I don't know what it is. But it is going to be great. I I couldn't not make a west side story lyric reference. I'm sorry. Not after the shark and chat thing. We're not just. Not just making noise right now about whether Brett Cavanaugh attempted to sexually assault, Dr Christine Ford. That's not really what this conversation is about. Frankly, I know that that's what gets people's passion going into it gets your blood boiling it what make you pick up the phone and call eight hundred two two two five two two two. But you have to stand. Why I am not passionate about this. Because I want bread Cavanaugh to be on the supreme court. I'm not passionate about this because I voted for Donald Trump, and one of the reasons I voted for him was so he's the person to nominate supreme court justices instead of Hillary Clinton. I got passionate about this that listen, I observed the story from that perspective, I commented on that story from that perspective. But I wasn't passionate about it. I now passionate about it. Because I saw sadly, a political tactic transpire over the last two weeks, the wet well beyond democrat Republican conservative liberal, blue state, red state, it went well beyond the politics of abortion or gun rights, or or whatever your pet issue is what I saw transpire was a great political party. And the democrat party is a great political party its roots. Go all the way back Thomas Jefferson and James Madison in our first presidency. At at. And it has stood for great things over our country's history. Some things I disagree with some things I agree with, but it has been a great and historic institution and for the last two weeks for their own political purposes. They threw away some of the basic tenants that our country was founded on they allowed this man to be accused publicly without any real corroborating evidence of one of the most heinous possible crimes you can accuse someone of and we had democrat after democrat after democrat standing up saying that it's up to him to prove that he's innocent. Is is that really? Where we're going in this country. Is that really what the Democratic Party stands for now? You are guilty until you prove yourself innocent. And oh, by the way, while you're at it. You have to prove yourself innocent of an event that took place thirty six years ago, we think, but we're not sure we don't know what month it was let alone. What day it was? And oh, by the way, we don't even know where it took place. We don't even know the city, it took place in we just know that it took place in this county, Montgomery County, Maryland now, you must prove that you didn't do this thing. Even though we don't know when it happened. And we don't know where it happened. Okay. Go and until you prove otherwise, you're guilty. That's why I'm passionate about it. And frankly, I tried to say I don't understand or I try to understand where you're coming from on this. If you disagree with me, this is the one thing that I'm having a whole lot of trouble understanding, I'm a whole lot of trouble understanding, why there are so many in so many people in this country who aren't angry about that who aren't passionate about the process that was laid out before us that this man who has done everything right in his life. Everything that we have wanted young men in this country to do getting a good education getting a good job of public service to our country graduating first in his class in Yale Law School who amongst us doesn't want our son to graduate first in his class at Yale. He participates in his local church. He's done everything that we have said we want our young men to do in this country to succeed in life. And suddenly at the last second he is presumed guilty of one of the most heinous crimes without any real corroborated evidence. And the only thing that Democrats could say after they threw this out here and slammed him with it was well, we just need a full investigation into this something that can't really by definition be investigated because there's only one witness who claims that it happened, and every person that she has named as a corroborating witness has said, I don't even know what they're talking about. Why aren't you more angry about that? Why aren't you passionate? No matter where you sit on the spectrum, politically, why aren't you passionate defending fundamental tenant of of western jurisprudence that the accused does not have the burden to prove their innocence. That doesn't bother you. I should think that it would. Let's go to STAN and out to Dina. Stan you are next up here. I'm Larry O'Connor. It's seven ninety KABC. Hi, larry. How are you? I'm all right. I'm pretty good. Yeah. My position my position is that if someone has been raped and the person that's running for or is up for nomination for the supreme court..

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"moraga" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"moraga" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"At L N G stuff. We'll another cold winter have. Oh, yeah. Well, that's one of the reasons why natural gas companies are doing well right now. Because predictions are I mean, I don't know how they lie on these predictions because they can't predict what's going to do tomorrow mostly signed by particular vertical winner. And so that's Dr advice. Thank you for your courage Moraga. Appreciate it. We'll be back. Hi, this is Dan Syria from financial I hope that you will consider partnering with financial issues. One of the things that you're going to get from that is access to our by list access to our list. You're going to become educated about the economy and seats testimonies from people just like you. I hope you'll consider going to financial issues dot org. Partnering with this ministry. That's fine. Nanteuil issues dot org. Hi, this is Dan Sealey where you've all heard me talk about Biblically responsible investing. How important it is not only for the culture. But for us as we try to be a good steward of what God has given us many say it's impossible can't be done. Well, that's just because I guess they don't know about the Timothy plan in all my years. I had never used mutual funds or recommended any mutual funds. The only family of funds that I have come along side is the Timothy plan. The Timothy plan has come together with financial issues years after we first started to talk about this idea. There is no other investment strategy were folks that I'm more evenly yoke then with the Timothy plan. I hope that you will thank them for supporting this ministry. And if you want more information, go to Timothy plan dot com. That's Timothy plan dot com or click on the Timothy plan banner at financial issues dot org. That's financial issues dot org. Hey, Mark, good morning. Dan, just wanted to call kinda as a testament to holding our hands for a while and sticking with some things that are down for long long term as of late. It's been doing fairly. Well, I wanna thank you. Are you do I've never invested or anything before this is my first time. So I'm kind of like, I don't know too much about it. I I love listening, and I'm glad that you're able to play very well. I'm glad that you have a heart to be Biblically responsible. I appreciate that. The opinions and recommendations expressed by Dan are his own and do not necessarily represent the opinions of this station or any other show sponsored. Welcome back financial issues. Eight.

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"moraga" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"moraga" Discussed on KGO 810

"The back seat of a hot car Moraga. Police chief John king said today family is devastated. After a relative left the girl in the back seat for several hours. King said the same family member found the girl not breathing at about three fifty yesterday afternoon. You said the tragedy appears to be an accident. But that police are investigating. It is the third such death in California this year democratic Senator Cory Booker releasing more committee confidential documents about supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh, even after a conservative judicial group by a complaint to the Senate ethics committee about his earlier disclosures. The twenty eight new documents released released a late today are from Kavanagh's time in the White House counsel's office during the George W Bush administration, they show Kavanagh's involvement in judicial nominations, including some controversial judges Booker being criticized for releasing those documents with which the judiciary committee is holding on a confidential basis that makes them accessible only two senators responding to the greatest crisis of his papacy. Pope Francis has summoning the president of the president's rather of the world's bishops conferences to a summit on preventing clergy sex abuse. Francis says advisors announced the February summit as. Has the pope prepares to meet tomorrow with US church leaders regarding the latest accusations of abuse and cover up San Francisco moving forward with disciplinary proceedings against police officers caught exchanging racist and homophobic, text messages after the California Supreme Court rejected. The officers tastes the high court today unanimously declined hear an appeal by the officers of a lower court ruling in may that reinstated the disciplinary proceedings and scientists say it appears as though the common use of hashtags began way before the invention of Twitter. Here's correspondent John Stolnis. Researchers working in a cave in South Africa have discovered a drawing that looks like a hashtag proof that early humans in southern Africa had the ability to make signs on various surfaces with different techniques. The collection of crisscrossed lines was found in a cave east of Cape Town, and is thought to be about seventy three thousand years old about thirty thousand years older than any other known drawing. Scientists say the symbol probably did have a certain meaning. To its creator. And was part of a system of symbols that other people in that group would have understood as well. I'm John Stolnis. United States may have reclaimed the title of the world's biggest oil producer sooner than expected. The US. Energy information administration saying today based on preliminary estimates America likely surpassed Russia in June. It would Mark the first time since nineteen Seventy-three at the US has led the world in output. We'll check your traffic folks Dirks penalty here, if you see one of my concerts, you know, I'm all about energy performing recording traveling being husband.

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"moraga" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"moraga" Discussed on KGO 810

"G O eight ten. Jio? Geo news time is four thirty five. Good afternoon. I'm Kim McAllister in for Nikki medoro. A toddler left in a hot car in the East Bay yesterday did not survive it. Highs push toward eighty yesterday as the child sat in a car in Moraga for hours out little one identified as Lilly are casick of Oakland. She was nineteen months old. She was accidentally left in the vehicle for several hours by a family member. The same family member who also found her and called nine one one President Trump urging those living in the path of hurricane Florence to comply with all evacuation orders and emergency instructions or on it. Jeff Zeleny has more on the president's reaction from the White House. He urged Americans to follow the instructions of local and state officials. He said the US government is already responding standing by. But he said again, this is going to be one of the biggest storms. He's seen. He said, God bless everybody. And be careful. The president said protection of life is the absolute highest priority. More than sixteen thousand families were apprehended at the border in August thirties said today, and that is a dramatic increase from previous months that the Trump administration blamed on legal loopholes and a reversal of a widely denounced policy, separating parents and children at the border customs and border protection. Commissioner Kevin mckell. Lean MC NAN says the figure is one of the highest on record. And authorities say they intercepted thousands of pounds of empty beverage containers being smuggled into California to deprive the state's recycling system fifty six thousand pounds of material seized in a series of busts over the summer worth about eighty three thousand dollars in potential California, redemption value, eight people were arrested at the California, Arizona state line and in bar sto or vehicles were found to be carrying loads of empty beverage containers in from Nevada. I'm Kim McAllister. Eight ten now more chip Franklin on.

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"moraga" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"moraga" Discussed on WGN Radio

"What we. Do downland. Way to go Thank you We have thirty, online, Becky Mary. Mary van Oh. Really bad because I love Mary van devel- I do too much and I am not. Going to have her besmirched, on, this, program Thank you as Moraga all right listen. You've, got to run I gotta find somebody that. Isn't like hall of fame and is definitely never getting in the hall of fame now Then maybe as Morell the will I just want to see young I know. She's she has relatives to good I. Don't know what. To do here I don't. Know I, don't. Know how. To all right Ben thank you we'll see you on the WGN. TV news. Starting at, four. O'clock sounds good thank you sir Okay now what I will tell you this let me tell you that coming. Up in just a few minutes to highlight will give you the WGN news and. Then we will be talking about the. Jeff Sessions situation with? Jeff Errol from mail? Online because Jeff Sessions has fired back at the president. After the president slapped him on? A, tape of an interview he did yesterday that ran this morning on FOX and friends will get into, that that's all the craziness that goes on. Does he ever think did you ever think I, never thought I in the meantime Violeta Violeta Yes What's happening in the, WGN roadways well travel times. Are building across the board outbound Eisenhower already. An our five minutes from downtown to three nine hundred forty..

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"moraga" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"moraga" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Right. Into my handle can you You are Thinking, of jumping He's the one who cares Get back Okay What? Happened Right. All right take. It easy all. Of you Lorde Kill. Me she was trying But it was going to be the. Other way around Never Shares the same, morning getting rid of. You you're the only, real Weather Oh for the love of paid Shove me stopping Yeah that's right we prevented. A murder now I can prove it, might, number two hey Would you stop crying for one, minute I didn't say you killed your husband you. Didn't kill John Moraga Emily the tragedy we prevent it tonight with you killing for vengeance because you. Thought the murder would never be solved At least couldn't find any clues for you but you will, like I was you know. It had to be murdering so get. Tricked into following it on here the only. Trouble was when you try to take the law on your own hand you pick the wrong person That's right He didn't. Do it he's demonstrated that pretty well, right now hasn't he only? A you what's? Your name. Cook Mary Did? You ever see? The. Angel Good I come on come on the angel and the rocks. You've lived around here fifteen years you said. You. Heard the legend that no no I. Don't know what you're talking about knowing the rocks Valentine is because I saw it and John Moraga. Said, he saw no down here Emily he supposedly set it, while. Smoking a. Cigarette with you. Jay, let him. I never saw yes you did Mistake because? BUSTER that angel turns out to be a real? Angel of. Debt you can't, see that rock formation from any place except halfway down a straight clip. Now under the Indians had a legend John. Possibly. Have seen it except when he was. Climbing down there after he'd been shocked claiming hanging there why did John scream out that he saw. The, angel was he pleading with you to help him and, did. You just. Stand there and. Laughing, him Jake No you're you're a. Big strong guy and that's why the tracks of the? Wheelchair we're nice and straight Brooks a man? Strong enough ca just tip it back give it? Alone I, was up with that Sarah mine I was. Playing out in the barn, Mary help, me what. The, penalty is for providing, a false alibi No no I don't even know. What you're tell me lady. How many. Of those puppy who delivered how much. Of that two hours Jake really spent with you on that bind We'll get her all right believing Hang, up hang back so all, Jake.

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"moraga" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"moraga" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On tenth avenue moraga where i had lived with my mother when i was a kid you could see golden gate park then the presidio the matt red points of the golden gate bridge and behind it the steep green crinkled folds of the marin headlands i knew that for everyone else in the world the golden gate bridge was considered something special but to me and my friends it was nothing we just wanted to get wasted the city to us was clammy fingers of fog working their way into our clothes always those clammy fingers and big bluffs of wet mist hurling themselves down judas street while i waited by sandy streetcar tracks for the end which ran wants an hour late night waited and waited with mudcaked on the hems of my jeans mud from the puddles in the parking lot of ocean beach or mud from climbing acid mountain on acid which was what acid mountain was for the bad feeling of extra weight tugging me downward from the mudcaked on my gene hems the bad feeling from doing cocaine with strangers in a motel in coma by the cemetery the city was wet feet and soggy cigarettes at a rainy kager in the grove the rain and beer and bloody fights on saint patrick's day being sick from bacardi one fifty one and splitting my chin open on a concrete barrier in many park someone overdosing in a bedroom in the white people projects on the great highway someone holding a loaded gun to my head for no reason and big wreck where people play baseball in the park it was night and the psycho attached himself to us while we were sitting and drinking our forties a situation so typical even if it never happened again that i don't recall how it resolved itself san francisco to me was the mcgoldrick's and the mckittrick in the boils neo boils and the hicks and the hickeys and their aaron go brought tattoos the fights they started and one so that was a san francisco that was working class was irish sounds like oh yeah how many so how did that environment shape romi i know it's drawn on on your own experience as a young person but how did it shape her and her life your character romi.

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"moraga" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"moraga" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's really about the complexity of the state for me and about these stories that have to do with the state even if part of it is a focus on a layer of the population that can be somewhat forgotten but it was really about thinking of the state and even the geography just a long stretch between la and san francisco and what's there in the central valley and so for me it is a kind of love letter to california so you grew up in the inner sunset of san francisco in the eighty s late seventies eighties which was before the tech boom before all the gentrification before the ways that san francisco has changed so much could you read us a passage about what that part of san francisco was like when you and your character romi were growing up on tenth avenue moraga where i had lived with my mother when i was a kid you could see golden gate park then the presidio the matt red points of the golden gate bridge and behind it the steep green crinkled folds of the marin headlands i knew that for everyone else in the world the golden gate bridge was considered something special but to me and my friends it was nothing we just wanted to get wasted the city to us was clammy fingers of fog working their way into our clothes always those clammy fingers and big bluffs of wet mist hurling themselves down judas street while i waited by sandy streetcar tracks for the end which ran wants an hour late night waited and waited with mudcaked on the hems of my jeans mud from the puddles in the parking lot of ocean beach or mud from climbing acid mountain on acid which was what acid mountain was for the bad feeling of extra weight tugging me downward from the mudcaked on on my gene hems the bad feeling from doing cocaine with strangers in a motel in coma by the cemetery the city was wet feet and soggy cigarettes at a rainy kager the grove the rain and beer and bloody fights on saint patrick's day being sick from bacardi one fifty one and splitting my chin open on a concrete barrier in many park someone overdosing in a bedroom in the white people projects on the great highway someone holding a loaded gun.

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"moraga" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"moraga" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Crushing the ball and he's still not walking at all so you wonder how much you can keep this up but yeah he's he's another guy who you know the the results have been there but by x wnba he's he's even better and so in your home run last night so he might benefit from going on the road well but yeah he looks pretty locked in and you know if if you're that locked in maybe you don't feel like you need to take a walk now he leaves the giants in homers and rb is is that have sneaked up on everybody heo in great to have you on it's a pleasure to catch up and and let's see if this trend holds on the road trip because i this is my theory and i'm glad to have you on to talk about it that they should be doing better in a lot of it was being in the west than on the road and and an at and t so different environment socio turns out a really good report i appreciate it yeah should be an interesting to your games and always happened to be on mardi anytime a very good okay that is owen poindexter you can read them in the on the athletic or in the athlete or however you get it it's worth it to to read them he does a good job all right we've got baseball coming up today we take it to about three o'clock or so we've got a lot of people to talk to and things to cover and we're glad to do it walking i was in montclair the other day and i want to mention this always like new private businesses raff you know that the fifth quarter it's sixty four sixty four moraga and i walked by and it's a shark arri and right there on moraga i used to live on lasalle and and moraga right there on you know the first thousand the right when you come over the bridge in montclair and i went in and i saw the.

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"moraga" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"moraga" Discussed on KOMO

"How ill kept it was i mean there was just junk and garbage everywhere patterson and deputies say the animals were living in some of the worst conditions they've ever seen a horse carcass laying out in the field some animals standing and mud and feces there was several inches deep and a stench that smelled like an open sewer with the help of several nonprofits deputies rescued horses goats dogs cats rabbits and several types of birds from the property was pretty bad patterson says her organization hooved animals of thurston county has already started the process of conducting physical exam to determine what medical care the animals will need see easily a year on a lot of these guys an expense just doesn't stop patterson is already noticed a difference in the two miniature horses she's now karen for even though it's only been a week since the rescue took place she believes that will easily take tens of thousands of dollars to get all of the animals back to good health komo's steve mccarron the animals owners are expected to face charges of animal cruelty gotta check it out at the sports desk as washington place saint mary's in moraga california tonight round two of the nit basketball tournament the huskies coming off a firstround win advancing to this matchup against the team that won twenty eight regular season games there led by twenty one and a half points a game from six eleven center jock landale of australia and he has the attention of the husky coaching staff including head coach mike hopkins just unbelievable in the post when you've got a guy with that size or noah with great footwork and he show skilled now if you double me just picks you apart and when they have those great shooters around there they can all pass gerbil and shoot he's just a problem we'll have it for you pre game coverage starts at seven.

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"moraga" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"moraga" Discussed on KOMO

"Only on their personal time james flippin new york by the washington huskies head coach is defending the pac twelve conference after a historically bad showing the ncw basketball tournament more from komo's bill swartz pac twelve had only three teams in the nc double a tournament all were eliminated in opening games washington coach mike hopkins defense the conference champions poor showing with this retort that's what makes the ncaa tournament so great i think people are pretty hard on the patch of i think we have a really good conference i think it goes back to match ups five pac twelve schools including washington did win their first round games the huskies play top seed saint mary's in moraga california at eight o'clock monday night i'm bill schwartz on the home of the huskies komo news seattle's controversial tax on guns and ammo isn't raising anywhere near the money that the city council thought it would come less pete combs takes a look at the numbers and we're mayor jenny durkan's once that money to be spent when the gun tax was enacted back in two thousand sixteen the city council envisioned it would raise as much as a half million dollars a year but that is nowhere near the case instead the seattle times reports the number of stores selling firearms and ammo has dropped from forty to thirty two so instead of a half million bucks the tax rates a hundred four thousand in two thousand sixteen and just ninety three thousand dollars last year mayor jenny durken wants the money to go toward helping prevent gunshot victims from becoming gunshot victims again this after a study shows gunshot survivors are twenty one times more likely to come back to.

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Gonzaga's experience shows in victory over North Carolina

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:19 min | 3 years ago

Gonzaga's experience shows in victory over North Carolina

"Sponsored by divorce lawyers for men with yesterday's ten thirty a m tip time pacific time there was a lot of gonzaga fans sneaking a peek from work when their team took on north carolina greensboro in the opening round of the nc double a tournament yesterday but probably most assumed it would be an easy victory spartans had other ideas hung close even took a lead came down to the forty eight second mark they had a two point lead oregon's aga and finally freshman zack nor judy her tiebreaking three to give god's aga the sixty eight sixty four win coach mark few pack of ballgame by we sit up here and we feel very fortunate to advance and to win but at the same time i'm proud of how my guys just hung with it and hung with it and hung with it we knew it was going to be kind of that pace of a game that's how you in cg plays gone second now faces ohio state of the next round that's tomorrow afternoon at four forty five the buckeyes beat south dakota state eighty one seventythree i john upset winners buffalo and loyola of chicago sixteen more games on tap today seattle u women also part of the ncw women's started but which begins today they'll be an eugene to take on oregon the redhawks scott in by winning the western athletic conference tournament last week the husky ben getting ready for monday night matchup in moraga against saint mary's at the west coast conference in the second round of the nit we'll have it for you seven thirty the pre game coverage eight o'clock tip manners now under two weeks away for their season opener the knocked off oakland last night six two more.

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