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Light at the End of the Tunnelfor Air Travel?
"While they have been quite a lot of new developments over the past fortnight in terms of international travel some bad but also some good in summary getting back to australia over the next couple of months unfortunately looks like it could be hotter than ever but this finally light at the end of the tunnel with talk now of opening up. Australia's international borders at least for some states by the end of this year. There's been a lot to take in so joining me now. To dissect it all is travel agent and regular guest on this podcast. Allan lamb from netwave. Trevor woke mellon so back in july listeners. Might remember the sterling government javier. The number of passengers allowed to arrive each week into each of the different states and so the arrival caps before july would there were three thousand spots a week into sydney melbourne and brisbane with age taking in one thousand people and perth and adelaide were taking in five hundred thirty passengers. H week bought from july when the government half those caps that reduced And the so. The number of passengers allowed to come in on commercial. Flights into sydney was leave. One thousand five hundred a week. Melbourne brisbane dropped down to five hundred passengers. Awake and perth adelaide. Down to only two hundred sixty five eighty per week. The impact of that was already quite devastating but that was only supposed to be until the end of august. Sadly last week the australian government extended those halved arrived caps until now the end of october and that in fact they didn't even have the courtesy of announcing this publicly. What they did is they just informed the airlines and the airlines have now had to stop dumping twenty seven thousand. People in total of flights. Were booked on over the next two months ellen. What does this mean overall in terms of flights to australia. Unfortunately we've seen a lot of flights get canceled. Four raza timber and in some cases. The of started cancelling fraud type as well as even that reduction kept now in places where the toyota That means that a little flat to being played cancelled and the can't cancelled innocence operating That means is. I know your passengers being carried and the cap is now low at two hundred sixty five seeing some of these carry about ten passengers and often the majority of these business plus fortunately with adelaide is not as many airlines flying in. So because it's mainly qatar airways flying they tend to be taking a hard number sir about thirty forty passes per week into add
Kabul Bombings: 13 US Army Personnel Killed in Attacks at Airport
"President biden addressing the country. Yesterday after a deadly day in afghanistan thirteen service members were killed. Eighteen wounded after two suicide bombers detonated explosives near kabul's airport those who carried out this attack as well as anyone wishes america harm. No this we will not forgive. We will not forget. We will hunt you down and make you pay. A group called isis k. Claimed responsibility for the attack. President biden said he ordered commanders at developed plans to strike isis k. Assets leadership in facilities. In the meantime the american withdraw as a alluded to continues since the end of july. More than one hundred. One thousand people have been evacuated from the country including about five thousand. Us citizens and their and their families interesting piece in the journal. Like an enemy of my enemy type thing. I mean the taliban fighting isis k. Clint nut clandestinely but it hasn't been covered in american media very much and the taliban so warped what's going on they were supposed to provide security. There's supposed to be providing security for people coming into the airport so the question is someone. I guess that was dressed as afghan afghanis citizen trying to leave they breached. But you wonder how tough the taliban security i mean. we don't know and how it happened
Fires Rampage Through Forests in Greece, Thousands Evacuated
"Wildfires increases forests continue to wreak havoc forcing the evacuations of thousands of people the fire was triggered by an intense heat wave a rampaging through massive swells of Greece's lost remaining forests for yet another day and crunching on inhabited areas amid the country's worst heat wave in decades in apocalyptic scenes ferries evacuated over one thousand people from a seaside village on beaches on every island off the flames cut off all other means of escape a fire threatening the Greeks capital's most important national park has killed a volunteer firefighter another major blaze in the southern Peloponnese region of money destroyed most of the municipality I'm Charles de Ledesma
"one thousand people" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Devising a New Social Contract for Fashions Garment Workers
"This week marks the eighth anniversary of the collapse of rana plaza an eight story garment factory housing thousands of workers making clothes for some of the world's famous brands which led to the death of more than one thousand people. It seems like an appropriate moment to look back at our professional summit. Closing fashion sustainability. Got where we had an in-depth conversation with a group of leading experts to address issues around workers rights in fashion supply chain ananias bhattacharjee is international coordinator at the asia floor. Wage alliance of trade unions and labor rights activists focused on addressing poverty wages and gender discrimination. He joined us from bangalore. India based in los angeles aisha barren plot another sustainability council member and and chief executive of remake the advocacy group behind the pay up campaign which highlighted brands that refuse to pay for completed orders when the pandemic hit and to set is an expert on south asia traditional arts crafts and textiles based in new delhi. She's the founder trustee of the craft revival trust these three leaders in the space around workers rights spoke to our london editor. Sarah kent at the b. o. f. professional summit before we dive into what the industry needs to do to tackle so many of these labor issues. I wanted to talk a little bit about why we're still facing. Systemic problems of labor abused an annual. I wonder if i could start with you. You know you spend your career advocating to try fix these issues. Why is fashioned still failing to protect. Its welcome fashion fast. Fashion industry or one can say really fashion industry as a whole because even when they're not fast fashion. They're mimicking the fast fashion business model. The fashion industry business model is really at the heart of the problem. And so deal that business model. It's unlikely to unlikely to see fundamental
Mexico revises coronavirus death toll up by 60%.
"Has published revised figures indicating the number of deaths caused by corona virus is sixty percent higher than previously reported more than three hundred twenty one thousand people and now believed to have died from covid nineteen in the country the revised toll places mexico with the second highest number of covid related deaths in the world after the united states. President andres manuel lopez. Obrador has faced widespread criticism over his handling of the crisis. The opposition has accused him of downplaying the severity of the pandemic and blamed him for delays in the vaccination program. The revised report issued by mexico's ministry showed that by the end of the sixth week of twenty twenty one the had been two hundred and ninety four thousand two hundred eighty seven deaths associated with covid nineteen up from the one hundred eighty two thousand three hundred and one confirmed figure given previously since mid february more than twenty six thousand covid. Nineteen deaths have been reported across mexico. Which would take the total to more than three hundred. Twenty one thousand experts have long warned. That mexico's true. Death toll is probably much higher. Due to lack of testing it is also believed that a shortage of intensive care beds in many states has led to a large number of people dying at home. The new figures came after a review of excess deaths and review of death certificates last week. Hugo lopez. guitar will who is heading mexico's response to the pandemic. Won't the country risked a new wave of infections. As millions prepared for the east holidays. Mr lopez obrador who himself has recovered from covid. Nineteen has been repeatedly accused by his opponents of not taking the crisis seriously enough and is often seen in public without a facemask.
France's Macron defends restrictions policy
"France's president says he has nothing to be sorry about truth using to impose a third virus looked down earlier this year Emanuel across government who stressed the importance of keeping children in school businesses afloat the pandemic stretches into a second year he says he was right not to implement a lock down at the end of January because phones didn't have the explosion of cases that every model predicted a clone says he doesn't feel any remorse and route it knowledge failure currently France is facing surging infections the straining hospitals and more than one thousand people with the virus a dying every week I'm Charles the last month
"one thousand people" Discussed on Waiting In Queue
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Stolen password leads to loan company hack
"Citywide home loans. Which lends money in. The united states is now notifying people that it was. The victim of ransomware and data theft attack in november information on a number of employees and customers was copied according to letters filed with several states and attacker got hold of employees log in credentials for the company's virtual private network. It isn't explained how that happened. One possibility is vpn. Software was hacked in the past twelve months. The software of corporate vp ends of at least two manufacturers have been cracked to expose user names and passwords. These are being sold on criminal websites. There have been many warnings so. It administrators recently to install the latest vpn security updates and have users changed passwords in order to fight this other possibilities. Are the loan company. Employees password was guessed or they were tricked into revealing it no matter the method experts say the proper use of multi factor. Authentication is a good way to add extra protection to log ins now. The next to items take a bit of explaining so please be patient organisations. Worry that personal data of customers and employees can be violated in two ways through a hacked by outsiders or abuse by an insider but who is an insider an employee for sure but it also includes employees of partner contractor or supplier firms with data access and as an article this week on the new site data breaches dot net points out. It can also include the subcontractors of contractors the author gave the following example. An american health insurance provider fought risk management software and services from firm. Alcohol company to this firm subcontracted some work to affirm call company three one of company threes employees with access to the insurers data had aside business training people how to do data coating. This person was using the insurance company's data for training material with those people without permission so unapproved people. We're seeing patient data. That's the data breach so far just under one thousand people have been notified. Their personal and medical data may have been involved. This incident raises a number of questions. Why didn't the insurance provider anonymous is. The data sent to company too so the risk of compromise was if that wasn't possible. Why didn't company to anonymous the data. That was by company three. What other security measures could have been used to prevent company three employees from seeing real data and did the health insurer realize all the risk it was taking opening. Its data to several companies as the author notes organizations can force employees of contractors and subcontractors to sign business associated agreements the cover the proper data handling and privacy however compliance with those agreements has to be regularly policed. Finally crooks have been manipulating the results of search engines like google for years to spread malware. The idea is to get a high result of a search to be an infected website. A security company sophos said this week it recently found a gang using one of those techniques. Not only for spreading viruses but also ransomware. It works like this. You ask the search engine to find the answer to a specific question that the crooks think people are likely to want answered high up on the list of returns our links to what looks like legitimate companies. Click on a link and you go to a forum with a message that offers a file downloading with the answer to the question. Download that file and you get like similar. Search engine scams crook start by secretly placing code on the websites of unsuspecting companies. So their site will call them up high enough. Search that fools people because they'll trust legitimate-looking web address in one example. The report says the question was do. I need a party wall agreement to sell my house. The first on the list of search engine responses was the website of canadian medical practice underneath. That address was linked to do. I need a party wall agreement to sell my house.
Johnson & Johnson requests emergency authorization from FDA for Covid vaccine
"Johnson and johnson has just apply to the fda for emergency use authorization for its single shot covert vaccine an approval soon could mean one hundred million doses for using this country by the start of summer that news breaking the same time. We're seeing reason for cautious optimism about the direction of the covid pandemic itself in this country infections and hospitalizations falling the latest count shows. There have been nearly thirty. Four million vaccine doses administered while there are more than ninety one thousand people hospitalized experts warning. However that those more contagious virus. Mutations could spell plenty more dark days ahead.
Texas Motor Speedway mega site will give 10,000 COVID-19 vaccines per day in 16 drive-through lanes, Dallas
"In more virus news. Get your motors. Running texas motor speedway is hosting clinics to vaccinate one thousand people per hour and ten thousand per day starting today at what will be the largest covid nineteen vaccine mega site in the state if not the country that's according to what denton county officials said. Tms which sports a one hundred thirty one acre parking footprint and denton county officials have been in talks since late last week to host the three day event which will have sixteen drive through lanes to dispense around thirty. Two thousand moderna and pfizer vaccine doses. This is the largest drive-thru clinic we know of in the state and possibly the us denton county judge. Andi eads said in a news release. It isn't ambitious undertaking. But one madonna county commissioners court feels good about with the help of more than four hundred county staff. Volunteers fire and police personnel from our surrounding communities co serve and texas motor speedway
U.S. hospitals at breaking point amid COVID-19 surge
"States has set yet another world record for daily corona virus cases hospitalizations and deaths with over two hundred. Sixteen thousand infections confirmed thursday and more than twenty eight hundred deaths. Nearly a hundred and one thousand people are hospitalized with covid. Nineteen across the us in california. Governor gavin newsom has imposed sweeping remain at home orders covering the vast majority of california's population just in the last fourteen days. Close to one thousand californians of lost their lives due to covid nineteen. The bottom line is we don't act now. Our hospital system will be overwhelmed. We don't act now. Will continue to see a three climb.
UN, Ethiopia sign deal for aid access to embattled Tigray
"Of people continue to be arrested every week during demonstrations in belarus where protesters have been systematically and violently dispersed. Un human rights chief. Michelle bachelet said on friday addressing. The human rights council in geneva the high commissioner for human rights expressed deep concern about use of force violations by security forces misbash lead he maintained that the situation in belarus had seen no improvement since protesters began contesting the result of presidential elections in august said that reportedly one thousand people were arrested on the eighth of november and seven hundred on the fifteenth. She told member states. That allegations of injuries caused by crowd dispersal measures and ill-treatment during arrests have continued to emerge and that at least four people had
White House coronavirus task force addresses public for first time in months
"White house. Coronavirus task force appeared before the american people today for the first time since july over four months ago in that time we have lost. Nearly one hundred twenty thousand people did. He was also the first time since june that we saw dr rao behind the podium with the task force is he briefed the nation about what he called extraordinarily impressive results from the pfizer and moderna vaccine trials vice president mike pence of the task force painted a fairly rosy picture saying he thinks we will soon be putting the coronavirus in the past right before. Dr deborah burke showed this slide that blue arrow demonstrating the dramatic spike in cases. Where you're seeing across the country right now. The death toll in the united states is now over. A quarter of a million two hundred and fifty thousand lives lost today states recorded records in cases. One hundred eighty thousand new cases just today eighty one thousand people in the hospital just tonight a record and there were one thousand nine hundred seventy one almost two thousand deaths day. That's the highest since may seventh and look at where those lines are all going. Where do you think that's going to end up with thanksgiving just one week away. The centers for disease control recommended today. Americans not travel for the holiday. Strangely the word thanksgiving did not come up even once in the nearly hour. Long tasks worse briefing. Although the members the task force did seem pretty unrestrained like they were finally free to speak about the reality the dire and horrific reality in this country as we head into this worst winter relies.
The Latest: New record high for US coronavirus cases
"The US has set yet another new daily hyfr corona virus cases Johns Hopkins university's tally shows the country reported more than one hundred and twenty six thousand confirmed cases of covert nineteen Saturday well more than one thousand people dying from the infection the seven day rolling averages have also been rising new cases up from more than sixty four thousand two weeks ago to nearly one hundred and four thousand well daily deaths have risen from eight hundred and one to nine hundred and thirty there have been more than nine point eight million cases and more than two hundred and thirty seven thousand people have died from the virus in the U. S. since the pandemic started worldwide confirmed cases have now passed the fifty million mark with more than one and a quarter million deaths I'm Ben Thomas
Boston - Massachusetts issues new restrictions and a stay-at-home advisory
"A stay at home advisory reissued for massachusetts after more than a week of new cova case cases topping. One thousand per day governor. Charlie baker says health officials will recommend residents stay home between ten at night and five in the morning with exceptions for things like going to work or the grocery store. We've also updated the gatherings order to reduce the gathering limit of private homes to ten people for indoor gatherings and twenty five. People for outdoor gatherings now are renewed restrictions for restaurants and entertainment venues over thirty states posted new single day records of covid cases during october. The virus has now killed more than two hundred thirty one thousand people in the us.
Why the worsening pandemic overseas is a risk to Australia
"Say Norman it's really heartening to see in Ustralia that at local outbreaks are really coming down to really really levels but the case numbers each day are still high and that's partly because of returned travelers. So people who've coming back to Australia from other countries, many of which have caught lodge outbreaks of coronavirus happening there. We know that last time the big outbreak in Victoria happened from an escape from hotel quarantaine and the New South Wales Health Minister. Bread has it has indicated that he's worried about the potential for something like that to happen again what? Is that scenario and Health New South Wales also worried about the resource implications. I mean, we said before that a few weeks ago I got information from the raw prince Alfred that. Nursing shifts a week were be used at that point for Hotel Corentin, and that's before we upped the ante trying to get thirty thousand streams back before Christmas and as you say, coming from high prevalence countries. So the risk has gone up as the second wave in Europe has gone up. So the risk to us of returning Australians has gone up as well in proportion, and so we're going to see more people coming back who are positive and we want expanded facility. So. It's fantastic that we've got this facility, the heartstrings facility in the Northern Territory which apparently can be expanded, but it can take about one thousand people a foreigner right now that's not going to get you there in terms of Christmas, and getting all these people back and it requires medical resources so that people who are arriving back who might be sick, and in fact, there are people arriving back through sickness. One reason why they WANNA come back to get medical care and distributor. And that was the other implication for all prince offered is that some people were coming out of hotel quarantine to come into hospital For Surgery and other things nothing to do with covid nineteen because they were just seek and they needed help and they're entitled to it. So the question is, how do you scale and what do you do in the government? A report has a report on this and you can take a risk approach, which is that you say, well, if you coming back from Britain or Italy or France, then that's high risk and go into high risk facilities, but if you coming from China. Or Singapore assuming you're not in transit in Singapore that you've been in Singapore for a while obviously New Zealand and other countries than we maybe have a light touch you can quarantine at home we can do ankle bracelets you allow the authorities to track go track you on your phone those sorts of things that we can do but they're all got risk attached to them and we just going have to be really careful because we're all rejoicing Victoria opening up and through the Fall of nobody just the pressure of positive cases coming back we could be at significant risk of some cluster outbreaks. So we got the Howard Springs facility in the Northern Territory, which is great and elsewhere in it's mostly been done in hotels which really useful for quarantine but not purpose built for it. Do we need to be thinking more about the along the lines of the quarantine stations that we used to have a century ago? Well, yes, not can't imagine that the. Government's not thinking about that. So we have these quarantine stations the to I know best of the ones one of the Mornington peninsula in Victoria and the one on south, head, New South Wales, and they were designed for exactly this purpose in the nineteenth century and early twentieth century ships coming back from overseas, which might have had smallpox on them or infections that they didn't fully understand people went to the quarantine station and stayed there for a while until it was sorted out. They could be re purposed. They're not very big really in terms of numbers of people that you could take them. There are army camps. There are other things that you could do, but it's where you might be geographically isolated. It's hard for people to get away from them, but you look after humanely in reasonable comfort while you're quarantining in addition to using home corentin when it's much safer to do. So I think that you can look on this as a national project we want Australians to come home and we're gonna find ways of doing it.
Biden and Trump spar in final election debate.
"Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, renewed his attacks on Donald Trump's handling of the corona virus pandemic at last night's final debate seeking to bolster his lead in opinion polls with just twelve days to go until the November third election the televised encounter from Nashville. Tennessee. Represented one of the Republican trump's last remaining opportunities to reshape a campaign dominated by a pandemic the disc- killed more than two hundred, twenty, one thousand people in the United States and devastated the. Anyone who's responsible for that many deaths should not remain president of the United States of America Biden said. Trump was far more restrained than at the first debate when he aggressively talked over Biden, defended his approach to the outbreak and claims the worst the pandemic was in the past showing no emotion or regret for the mounting death toll we're rounding the corner said trump who has played down the virus from months it's going away he said falsely. Opinion polls show most Americans disapprove of the president's response to the virus. Several US states including the election swing state of Ohio reported record day increases. In covid, nineteen infections on Thursday evidence. The pandemic is accelerating though trump trails former vice president biden significantly in national polls the contest is much tighter in some battleground states where the election will likely be decided. Trump was pressed on why Americans? Should support him if they're concerned about his comments on racial issues such as black lives matter I am the least racist person in this room trump insisted biden responded by saying trump was one of the most racist presidents we've had modern history. He pause fuel on every single racist fire Biden said noting trump started his two thousand sixteen campaign by attacking Mexicans as rapists. This guy is a dog. Whistle. About as big as a foghorn. Biden said Biden made a character based pitch for his candidacy saying he was anxious to see the results of the presidential election. The character of this country is on the ballot are character is on the ballot. Biden said relatively few voters have yet to make up their minds and trump's window to influence. The outcome may be closing a record forty seven. Million Americans have already cast ballots eclipsing total early voting from two thousand, sixteen election in the final minutes of the debate when the candidates were finally asked what they would do to address the climate crisis trump offered an alternate reality in his world fossil fuels clean and renewable power is problematic. His administration has cleaned up the Aaron water despite rolling back protections. Biden, presented a climate plan a sober. Of where humanity stands cooling climate change an existential threat that we will pass a point of no return for within eight years.
Coronavirus cases on the way back up
"The number of deaths from covid nineteen after going down has gone back up and four twenty, two straight days. The United States has averaged one thousand deaths due to Kobe every day the total death toll topping one hundred, seventy, one, thousand people as of right now, the nation has seen a decline when it comes to new cases logging thirty five thousand new cases yesterday while still high that is the lowest number of new cases in one day in almost two months. Dr Deborah Burks of the White House coronavirus. Task. Force is now with. Meeting that the US did not take sufficiently aggressive measures during the lockdown and yet despite that acknowledgement of failure and the virus still spreading out of control neither president trump nor his administration are offering any new plans they are sticking with the one that is clearly failing
Bayern Munich smash Wolfsburg to finish remarkable campaign
"Fuel thing with me to talk. What was a very busy day indeed? Yeah. Let's start the top and work our way down. Bein ending the season than normal riga ways. On unbelievable season of volume. With thirteen points and it was some time ago. We thought maybe we could have a chance. Then winning signal do not park by an wanted without Kim h goal at the end of the day. They have hundred goals hundred goals directly from seventy one seventy two season. I think was hundred. One and eleven dusky getting thirty four goal. They've had a fantastic season, not only winning two titles so kind of dominant, but also getting a young team out there they have. They have a new generation of young players. There are more to expect to come on so that don't terrifically. I just thinking that the violence wasn't Nolan season that we would have had to Champions League. Finish there would be my great great favorite to win that one as well, but now we have to see how this July month and a half of the August would have to do on their form. If I know the Germans well, they would probably be unbelievable prepared for that, too. Meanwhile! How much do we give Dortmund apart? And then there was nothing state for this game. Or how much do we say come on? You know it's still a match. You still got pride that yeah off nine. Come in and do what they did. It's embarrassing the goalkeeper Burke you said after the game that maybe we attitude of course relaxed winning mentality that they. At by him, that was embarrassing. Rich, the strike of health finance scoring four goals in that game. What a day for them! Hoffman I'm coming into European League on Directorship position in a group stays there, but embarrassing of Dolt within we talked about that game before before the game started, and this was the start of a new season, top got the confirmation that it would be the coach next year by by Director Sore yesterday, but still this is so embarrassing that he was stocked with. With we kind of bad thing going into a new season to the Phantom, they've had a quite okay season. They ought second best in Germany after the team that everybody knows as the best team in the world. Still they have a problem winning the big points on the two last home games is said to against losing to nil against mines, and then no fort mill against a health and I'm on. Thank God for that. We're not allowed eight one thousand people in that stadium. That's the be. The parliament of the streets going on in their. Care by Munich, best team in the world, maybe a conversation for another day. I by Munich right now. I'd say Liverpool it pretty good. Liverpool. TASTIC game and agree with you, but little is not in the Champions League so data answer can't be answered properly anyway, but but you're right livable look very well in the in the last game very early winning Wynonna premacy, but by an at the moment doing brilliantly on your show holiday crashed out Chelsea so I think that was a Bundesliga primarily competition, wasn't it?
"one thousand people" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Famous are you going to politics and you'll make a ton of money and retire at your full salary for pension you know mayors are elected and they're beholden to the people smaller cities don't have mayors they've city managers and those usually appointed by people within the city well did you know that sometimes the city manager can make a ridiculous amount of money it was about ten years ago a huge story uncovered by the LA times when they did more investigative reporting unless editorials the city of bell and Robert Rizzo the city manager was paid a salary of eight hundred thousand dollars and what do you know investigation found that the entire city council in the city of bell which is a tiny little city in LA county we're all stealing from the public they were all getting fat but they were doing it legally they were voting themselves pay raises and that's how Robert reserve made eight hundred thousand dollars a year well we need more stories like that you go to the public pay website and the state of California the database for the people salary and you've got city managers throughout California especially in the inland empire they're pretty well to do including in Redlands home of the university of Redlands and of course the Redlands daily facts a city with a population of seventy one thousand people where the average salary is about sixty five thousand dollars and the city manager of Redlands in twenty eighteen made a total salary for pension of eight hundred and forty five thousand dollars the city manager of Moreno valley in riverside county five hundred eighty eight thousand dollars the city manager of a Lancaster five hundred and thirty seven thousand dollars I could go on and on and on look it's time to start rethinking the budgets and congradulations everyone's paying attention to local government and budgets there's a lot of places wasting money and it's not our rank and file police let's go to Jeff in van Nuys you're on to John Philip shop Hey Randy it is the police why haven't you mentioned yet that the LAPD chief Michael Moore received a check for roughly one point two one point four million dollars to come out of retirement do you remember what is going to play you still get to school pernicious through his full pension you're a hundred percent right that is one I want to when our money is your number one eight zero in Charlotte track mark bond in the left and right you never talk bad about them you want to be rich the comic con Jeff I gave you your time running up on a break your how to percent right that the chief of police gets paid an exorbitant amount of money we have paid ridiculous amount of money is to bring police chief out of the air that is not your rank and file police officer who does not get rich doing their job but yeah I'll have to resent agree with you that Michael Moore makes way too much money and the whole idea of a drop program where you're about to retire but then you can cash in your pension to come back and still double down on your pension that's a colossal waste of money but that is not rank and file police and I agree with you Michael Moore wakes me way too much money for his job he should donate aids gigantic portion of his salary to retraining programs and bias training and all other kinds of other things I agree with you but don't think that we here at KBC only hate Mike von we do but we also have a lot of I would even say Hey it's animosity and honestly I'm not throwing anything at any of these people Hey you get yours but if you really want to be a public servant and you want to do the public good and you're making over two hundred thousand dollars to work in local government time to donate your salary put your money where your mouth is and help the community when we come back on the John Philip shell I have a stack of papers thicker than my thumb that I did not get to this week because we've had so many calls we've had so many breaking news stories so we're gonna try to see to how many news stories I can actually get to in the next thirty minutes it's going to be the news bunch a lunch because we can't have birthdays anymore right here on the John Phillips L. A. M. seven ninety KABC seven.
"one thousand people" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The one thousand people have died since then pandemic began earlier this year here in San Diego county six more deaths were reported today by county health officials that brings the total in our county the people of di to two hundred and fifty six cents the outbreak began the positive test rate though for coronavirus cases in San Diego is at three percent the same as the rolling fourteen day average and that's good news because it's not increasing government news of the day the Dow downs anymore re openings but he did host a round table with professionals from the fitness industry around the state as efforts continue to reopen more of the economy Francisco Schuler heads the California fitness alliance and told the governor they've contacted more than fifty thousand senior members who were not only locally they're getting weaker because they don't have their fitness routines she says other people have other conditions that require the exercise individuals who struggle with chronic was easy easy I would that's what we do the governor is expected to have more announcements about a possible re openings this week meantime officials with several cell that single candy theme parks and the tourism industry unveiling today their plans for re opening representatives from sea world lego land the city because it would safari park on the USS midway museum presented our plans the county health department they're hoping that they can open up by July first Disney is getting ready to reopen in Florida the animal kingdom and Magic Kingdom in Orlando planning to reopen on July eleventh that'll be followed by epcot and Hollywood studios welcoming visitors again a few days later on July fifteenth well bad weather because the scrubbing of today's launch of the SpaceX rocket to the international space station carrying two American astronauts this is the first time since the shuttle stop flying in twenty eleven that humans will blast off from U. S. soil it's being done as a public private partnership between NASA and SpaceX this is a test mission to ensure SpaceX's craft is safe for humans but brown reporting about that launch scrub today has now been rescheduled for this Saturday at twelve twenty two PM Pacific time Boeing is expected to cut a chunk of its US work force this week the aerospace companies plan as part of its ten percent global employee reduction it includes both voluntary and involuntary layoffs layoff notices of Boeing likely will come at the end of this week and firefighters have been working to put out a house fire on embassy way just west.
"one thousand people" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Set the stage New Zealand central bank has left its policy door wide open to even more aggressive measures to fight the pandemic's damage to the economy to tell us more what's driving the central bank mail me some idea of what what may come next we warmly welcome reserve bank of New Zealand governor Adrian Orr it is a tough time I think for so many people in the world but certainly from the point of view of the central banker setting at your forecast setting your plan to fight off the damage from the corona virus in New Zealand how do you set policy how do you manage when there's so much uncertainty about where we are where you are and we're all going to be don't feel we need something our main thing is central bank governor at this point this is not on the challenging but you know it's very exciting and I'm pleased that you know we will still remain employed for the time being you'll privileged quicker than Christians but in terms of setting the policy walls you know I will the challenge is probably tens of the outlook is the hottest hitter in terms of what we need to do is probably the easiest ever you know that the shock is global it's significant it will process here more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings market headline breaking news twenty four hours a day at dot com the Bloomberg business this is a Bloomberg business slash in Moscow in Los is up seven percent in early trading the home improvement retailer reporting first quarter profit that beat analysts estimates with comp sales jumping more than eleven percent in the quarter posted withdraws financial guidance for the year U. S. stock index futures are on the rise for the S. and P. futures up thirty four points Dow futures up three hundred one nasdaq futures up one hundred one the dax in Germany sept six tenths of a percent ten year treasury down to thirty seconds he'll point six nine percent the yield on the two year point one six percent nynex hurdling Elizabeth quarter percent or eight cents at thirty two oh four a barrel comex gold is up half a percent or eight dollars ninety cents at seventeen fifty four forty an ounce the euro one point oh nine four one against the dollar and again when I was seven point seven two that's a Bloomberg business slash hours Michael barber what's going on around the world Michael Garrett as of today all fifty states are in some phase of re opening with the debate still raging on how much to lift restrictions and win for the ninety one thousand people in the U..
"one thousand people" Discussed on WTOP
"Two hundred fifty one thousand people CBS news update Ahmed Piper alderman Tuesday morning to forty eight R. W. she'll be glad you're with us is traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks our crews are in the process of picking up the works on ninety five north bound headed north to Gail city toward Woodbridge and prince William parkway so again watch out for the trucks backing up along the right side you have all eyes open here seem beyond that you're good shape up to developing in Springfield the express lanes already opened the northbound traffic three ninety five north no incidents anyway between developing the fourteenth street bridge but they are working south found beginning right after glebe road and continuing leaving charlatan headed past king street to a point just beyond seminary road stay right past work this morning of Virginia valley between Alexander McLean remains pretty quiet they're also working in Alexandria on king street between three ninety five and park center drive we were down to a single right lane in each direction is the work twenty eight north foundation north of Centerville of tour chant Tilly tween Wally road west hills Boulevard single file left edge by the works of but so far no big delays as a result I coming in from the west on route seven I love Leesburg to Ashburn sterling had a past will strive toward Tyson's on the belly good start no incidents those screen windows toll road also moving while headed toward the valet regenerative you Chevy traffic sorting for tracking a really nasty pattern over the next couple of days here after high temperature in the seventies for Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday highs only in the fifties.
"one thousand people" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Five plus ten forty out of every one thousand people will die down four percent death rate for true faith transaction fatality rate what that suggests is that we should be transient populations we should be deciding public policy by finding the most honorable and protecting them and also we should be recognizing that the risk is not equivalently spread across the population and we figure out public policy if there is an additional marginal risk populations that are more vulnerable but it also means that we can increase the actual economic output of the United States by leaps and bounds we get back to a place where we don't have tens of millions of people unemployed and hundreds of thousands of businesses shutting down and people were lining up at food banks it's in the thousands if we can do that and there's a marginal risk increase because we've already created a lockdown strategies for the nursing homes which is where huge disproportionate number these tests are taking place and what the hell are you talking about shutting down beaches and then we move beyond the point of sanity here we just have I mean this this didn't have to become a political debate there's nothing political about this in effect it really is a political jerit pas in Colorado feels the same way that I do about this he'll just lie to you about it presumably I don't you know who else feels the same way I do about risks and rewards in calculating all the stuff every single policymaker who has ever lived in the history of humanity and they're all doing exactly the same sorts of calculations the only question is what are they're not the inputs not the date inputs the only question is what are the what are the formulas that they are using that spit out their solutions and many of them just like you don't have a formula they're basically just going by their god and say okay well I'm gonna get political blowback if I and the lockdown and so I'm just gonna continue walking down because at least that way can't be blamed for anything bad that's happening on a political level locking down it's a lot easier than restarting because the costs are obvious when you restart and the benefits are obvious but also diffuse it's easier for me to run a headline and you'll start to see these next couple weeks right two weeks from now somebody in charge will dive called the nineteen and I'll say the day after the lockdown tended this person went to the barber capital dot com they need to keep then the whole story I won't look at what the competing interests are all you'll get the anecdotal case it'll be look bad it was ten o'clock in the first place now as soon as the Democrats starts doing is almost arms doing in New York in early the bravery of Andrew Cuomo take it making the hard choices guys making the hard choices this is absurd all this is is frankly quite ridiculous coming up we'll get into twenty twenty the terror read story the allegations against him and finally breaking into the mainstream Gary Hersh here for her she specially meets in Plano for.
"one thousand people" Discussed on AP News
"Sixty one thousand people have now died from the corona virus in the United States there are hopes for a drug called rem disappear Dr Anthony Fauci the nation's top infectious disease expert says in a new study ram does appear cut the time it takes patience to recover to eleven days on average from fifteen days the data shows that run the city has a clear cut significant positive effect in diminishing the time to recovery this is really quite important president trump says the government will not extend its social distancing guidelines as they expire today the president says there's no neat since they're rolled into guidance given to states as they re open he's also dismissing talk about new normal in America of social distancing becoming a way of life I don't want people to get used to this mocking the idea of keeping empty seats between people at games at campaign rallies which he hopes to resume in coming months every six seats are empty for everyone that you have full that would look too good the virus has now killed more Americans than the Vietnam War Sager made Ghani Washington we are hearing the California governor Gavin Newsom will order all beaches and state parks closed starting Friday this after eighty thousand people showed up at Newport beach in Orange County south of LA a few days ago thousands of others gathered at beaches north of Los Angeles and Ventura county police arrived at a funeral home in Brooklyn New York yesterday to find that it was storing dozens of bodies on ice and rented trucks the latest example of funeral homes struggling with thousands of deaths caused by the virus the economy shrank at a four point eight annual rate in the first quarter of the year this is AP news with more and more people out of work because of the corona virus some state jobless funds are running out of money data from the treasury department shows California Connecticut Illinois all expect to borrow soon from the federal government to prop up their unemployment funds officials in Massachusetts New York and Texas confirmed to the AP they will be needing loans one analyst says she can't imagine a state that is not going to have to borrow by the end of the year state unemployment benefits are funded by special taxes on employers and paid through state trust funds the last recession led to the insolvency of unemployment trust funds in thirty five states I'm a Donahue the California highway patrol says there was a mini traffic jam yesterday in the San Francisco Bay Area when somebody tossed hundreds of face masks on to the road and motorists stopped to grab them no injuries no rest read a Foley AP news.
"one thousand people" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"One thousand people have been infected with the virus the vast majority of them in China who is evil it was corrupt president trump celebrating his impeachment acquittal in a rambling emotional speaks raids against Democrats and investigators that have overshadowed his administration correspondent Ben Tracy was at that speech more than an hour long in the White House aired on TV and on the radio profanities and all I think we did get a preview in a window into how the president is going to talk on the campaign trail this was kind of hard to Republican rally of the grievances he talks about impeachment a lot on the campaign trail already and will certainly do so moving forward about how he beat all these people who were coming after him and trying to take him down Democratic National Committee chair Tom caresses frustration with Iowa caucus process was evident during an appearance on M. S. N. B. C. saying even the I was state party chairman agree is a re canvas may have to occur the party chair has acknowledged that he's apologize for that and we've worked together over the last few days to fix the challenges and very relieved that we now have ninety percent are a hundred percent reported I will party officials say all the votes are finally ended CBS news estimates booted judge and Bernie Sanders have amassed the same number of national delegates ten each so far no presidential candidate is actually asked for a recount meantime seven Democrats will be on stage Friday night for debate in New Hampshire where there's a primary Tuesday this is CBS news whether together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three WBZ traffic time too old three will start you off downtown on the o'neill tunnel northbound side two lanes are closed you're moving under the speed limit ninety three south a doubling closure causing delays from exit twenty six there drive over there they come in through the o'neill tunnel on the mass pike east and west bound in the provincial total both down two lanes both have some delays airport titles are fine lever connector down ramp had been delayed for the left lane closure you're good to go there Tobin bridge north down a lane but moving well south of the city expressway north has a lane taken by furnace brook parkway no delays you're good to go on route three twenty four ninety five same story up north on one twenty eight ninety three.
"one thousand people" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"That when you hit fifty it kind of hit the wall you know between your joins the heart the brain your eyes your energy you name it now when you hit fifty you have to pay attention to your health we all know that so whether you're forty or fifty or senior sixties or seventies or even older for that matter our guest today says he's discovered something that you can unlock the key to feeling better at any age this is exciting what is it what are we talking about why do you need to know about this will stay tuned doctor Neil Levin is on the line here Dr eleven is a chiropractor he's a nutritionist he's a long time adviser for purity products welcome doctor eleven so great to have you back on the show today this is a big story isn't it absolutely Steve and let's cut right to the chase here that discovery you talked about at the top there it's cruel loyal because crude oil is simply amazing for us it's great for the heart great for the joints but for the brain for the eyes and I have people coming into my clinic every single day and they want to feel better I mean they want to feel physically better stronger they want your choice to feel comfortable but they want the mentally sharp they want to keep their brain thinking like it did when they were younger they want to protect themselves from coronary heart disease and maintain those flexible healthy youthful arteries for one for circulation they see they want to boost their energy why not I mean we deserve and that's what we're gonna be talking about here today with this cruel omega fifty plus which is the cutting edge combination Steve of krill oil which is so fabulous for us but we didn't fuels the crew will notice is so important we've been fused to quarrel with the high omega three concentrated special you need to do that when you're dealing with crow because crow's just isn't high enough in make every so many other important parameters and virtues but you got to get that hi Megan three special in there we've done that so this is now the best of both worlds but we did stop there for the fifty plus years we've added some vitamin D. we doubled the antioxidant power and Steve we actually increase the microwave sixty seven percent so this now becomes the finest omega three nutrients in the world as far as I'm concerned this is very very exciting because krill oil sensation I mean it is all over the news docked in eleven great studies are out there many experts are declaring that krill oil is better than fish oil so give us this low down on this call to make a fifty plus formula right right right you know if I told you I we did talk about this before the show that this is one pain pill that benefits the joints and the brain and memory mood coronary heart disease wonderful for the arteries makes your hair showing great for the skin I mean what would you say where is it where can I get great and we heard of it it's cruel maker fifty plus and we're going to give it to everybody for free today and that's really cool because he wants everybody to try this because they know they're gonna see a huge difference but get this on top of that for the first thousand people that call today we're giving away a second gear because I just demanded this you know we're dealing with the fifty plus or some you know if you're forty and you feel like your energy is low this is for you also but for people fifty and over we're also giving away free B. twelve energy melts right demands this because Hey as we're getting a little old we don't absorb that B. twelve as well I want you to feel the benefits from this Kronecker fifty plus a winter jacket those B. twelve levels for you today as well you know what our value proposition you know when it comes to your health there really is a win win this is amazing I heard you say that this can actually reduce the risk of coronary heart disease I mean when you hear that whose ears don't perk up after that how exactly does that.
"one thousand people" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"That when you hit fifty it kind of hit the wall you know between your joins the heart the brain your eyes your energy you name it now when you hit fifty you have to pay attention to your health we all know that so whether you're forty or fifty or senior sixties or seventies or even older for that matter our guest today says he's discovered something that you can unlock the key to feeling better at any age this is exciting what is it what are we talking about why do you need to know about this will stay tuned doctor Neil Levin is on the line here Dr Neil Levin is a chiropractor he's a nutritionist he's a long time adviser for purity products welcome doctor eleven so great to have you back on the show today this is a big story isn't it absolutely Steve and let's cut right to the chase here that discovery you talked about at the top there it's cruel oil because crude oil is simply amazing for us it's great for the heart great for the joints but for the brain for the eyes I mean I have people coming into my clinic every single day and they want to feel better I mean they want to feel physically better stronger they want your choice to feel comfortable but they want the mentally sharp they want to keep their brain thinking like it did when they were younger they want to protect themselves from coronary heart disease and maintain those flexible healthy youthful arteries for one for circulation they see they want to boost their energy why not and we deserved it and that's what we're gonna be talking about here today with this cruel omega fifty plus which is the cutting edge combination Steve of crude oil which is so fabulous for us but we didn't use the crew will notice is so important we've been fused the cooler with the high omega three concentrated special you need to do that when you're dealing with krill because school just isn't high enough it'll make it through so many other important parameters and virtues but you got to get that hi Meghan three special in there we've done that so this is now the best of both worlds but we didn't stop there for the fifty plus years we did it in vitamin D. we doubled the antioxidant power and see we actually increase the microwave sixty seven percent so this now becomes the finest omega three nutrients in the world as far as I'm concerned this is very very exciting this krill oil sensation I mean it is all over the news Dr new eleven great studies are out there many experts are declaring that crude oil is better than fish oil so give us this low down on this cruel or make a fifty plus formula right right right you know if I told you and we did talk about this before the show that this is one any bill that benefits the joint and the brain and memory mood coronary heart disease wonderful for the arteries makes your hair showing great for the skin I mean what would you say where is it where can I get right and we have it it's cruel bigger fifty plus and we're going to give it to everybody for free today and that's really cool because pretty want everybody to try this because they know they're gonna see a huge difference but get this on top of that for the first thousand people that call today we're giving away a second gear because I just demanded this you know we're dealing with the fifty plus years and Hey you know if you're forty and you feel your energy is low this is for you also but for people fifty and over we're also giving away free B. twelve energy melts right demands this because Hey as we're getting a little old we don't absorb that B. twelve as well and I want you to feel the benefits from this Kronecker fifty plus a winner Jack up those B. twelve levels for you today as well you know what our value proposition you know when it comes your health it really is a win win this is amazing I heard you say that this can actually reduce the risk of coronary heart disease I made when you hear that whose ears don't perk up after that how exactly does that work anyway.
"one thousand people" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"When you hit the fifty it kind of hit the wall you know between your joins the heart the brain your eyes your energy you name it now when you hit fifty you have to pay attention to your health we all know that so whether you're forty or fifty or senior sixties or seventies or even older for that matter our guest today says he's discovered something that you can unlock the key to feeling better at any age this is exciting what is it what are we talking about why do you need to know about this will stay tuned doctor Neil Levin is on the line here Dr NY eleven is a chiropractor he's a nutritionist he's a long time adviser for purity products welcome doctor eleven so great to have you back on the show today this is a big story isn't it absolutely Steve and let's cut right to the chase here that discovery you talked about at the top there it's cruel loyal because crude oil is simply amazing for us it's great for the heart great for the joints good for the brain for the eyes and I have people coming into my clinic every single day and they want to feel better I mean they want to feel physically better stronger they want your choice to feel comfortable but they want to be mentally sharp they want to keep their brain thinking like it did when they were younger they want to protect themselves from coronary heart disease and maintain those flexible healthy youthful orders for one full circulation they see they want to boost their energy why not and we deserve it and that's what we're gonna be talking about here today with this cruel omega fifty plus which is the cutting edge combination Steve of crude oil which is so fabulous for us but we didn't fuel used the crew will notice is so important we've been fused the cooler with the high omega three concentrated visual you need to do is acting when you're dealing with krill because school just isn't high enough you know make it through so many other important parameters and virtues but you got to get that hard to make a three special in there we've done that so this is now the best of both worlds but we didn't stop there for the fifty plus years we did it in vitamin D. we doubled the antioxidant power and see we actually increase the microwave sixty seven percent so this now becomes the finest omega three nutrients in the world as far as I'm concerned this is very very exciting his krill oil sensation I mean it is all over the news Dr new eleven great studies are out there many experts are declaring that krill oil is better than fish oil so give us this low down on this grill make a fifty plus formula right right right you know if I told you and we did talk about this before the show that this is one Haney pill that benefits the joints and the brain and memory mood coronary heart disease wonderful for the arteries makes your hair showing great with his skin I mean what would you say where is it where can I get right and we have it it's cruel maker fifty plus and we're going to give it to everybody for free today and that's really cool because he wants everybody to try this because they know they're gonna see a huge difference but get this on top of that for the first thousand people that call today we're giving away a second gear because I just demanded this you know we're dealing with the fifty plus or some you know if you're forty and you feel like your energy is low this is for you also but for people fifty and over we're also giving away free B. twelve energy melts I demand this because Hey as we're getting a little old we don't absorb that B. twelve as well and I want you to feel the benefits from this Kronecker fifty plus when it jacked up those B. twelve levels for you today as well you know one of the value proposition you know when it comes to your health it really is a win win this is amazing I heard you say that this can actually reduce the risk of coronary heart disease I mean when you hear that whose ears don't perk up after that how exactly does that work.
"one thousand people" Discussed on KTOK
"Forty one thousand people each year in the US alone that's unacceptable that's why by twenty twenty six Susan G. Komen will cut the number of breast cancer doesn't have we'll get there by helping those who can't pay for treatment by funding breakthroughs in research save lives by ensuring that all people receive the care they need but only your health are you in you don't want to be a victim of your own safety firearms Friday will explain this afternoon at five leave at the year's newsradio one thousand Katie okay hello America and welcome to the Glenn Beck program I would like to remind you that our Christmas special is happening one night only I think we're going to be recording it for a special but we would love to see you it's in Salt Lake City December seventh some tickets are still available and I invite you to go to Glenn Beck a calm and and just click on the Christmas showing it'll take you to the the ticket window and grab those those tickets before they're all gone I'm really excited for this Christmas special you're going to love it it's gonna be very funny and also the true meaning of Christmas you don't want to miss it Salt Lake City December seventh Glenn Beck dot com is where you can.
"one thousand people" Discussed on KOMO
"You hear there are over sixty one thousand people inside one of these Berwick chamber hot air balloon inside a hot air balloon I don't know did you hear we do mornings at seven twenty five the call morning news information is power everything you need to know before you get to work the calm all morning news with Greg Hirsch old and manufacture on komo news one thousand seven ninety seven seven comma use dot com does your waters honey I switch the family to boost mobile and we got so much more like what well we got for free LG stylo five phones four lines for a hundred dollars a month I smashed up the car and unlimited kicks wait did you say you smashed up the car yes it's completely smashed but for free phones which to boost to get four lines for one hundred dollars a month for free phones with unlimited gaches owner super reliable super fast nation my network boost mobile the switch that gives you more terms and conditions apply you customers only visit with mobile dot com for details you look amazing what's the secret are you sick number three sixty smart he chooses the comfort on his side I choose mine we feel great can help keep you sleep yes it's senses are movements and automatically adjusts to keep us both comfortable all night I think it is it's the biggest sale of the year we're all bets are on sale save fifty percent on the street number three sixty limited edition smartpen plus free home delivery on most bets and Saturday to find your local sleep number store go to sleep number dot com this is first light on komo news welcome to Monday's first light from Westwood One news in Washington good morning I'm Michael.
"one thousand people" Discussed on KOMO
"Believed that there are more than one thousand people living on the streets. This shelter. Affordable housing combo complex should streamline support. For those who most need it of the one hundred twenty beds, sixty will be designated for the homeless forty Mark, for those who are chronically, mentally ill, and homeless and twenty four. The working homeless. Police say the man wanted in violent purse snatching has been captured. Komo's Tammy Mutasa with details on how it was all caught on tape and help assist. Investigators forty one seconds of pure terror for Mamie young. It seems just like yesterday. She was ambushed and attacked the horse. Seen in this chilling surveillance video, her son-in-law Kevin translates. The fi still feels a little bit shocked that it could happen somewhere. So close to home. Such a quiet neighborhood Mamie was walking home when out of nowhere a man runs up to the driveway and starts attacking from behind. Police say he snatched her person necklace, then knocked her to the ground and pride her wings from her fingers that one point in the video. She's like, you know can you please stop? I'll give you whatever you want the man finally drives away with her thing than fast forward to Friday afternoon. Investigators got a tip that guy was in Renton since what detectives went to arrest him. Police say he jumped in a car and lead them on a high speed. Chase police say the robber crashed his car and one over jersey bridge on I four zero five and two Kula. He tried to run on fut-, but he didn't get far was able to exit the vehicle after the high speed crash. And our swat officers were able to chase a suspect and take them into custody. Komo's Tammy matassa reporting KOMO news. Time is for ten from the heart lake serious sports desk. Dave Lewis has the latest on today's Mariner's game fail low again, Kelly matters in good shape as they try to wrap up the series with bolt more trying to get back in the win column on top thirteen to three. In the eight math of game for j p Crawford. Four for four with a home run. Four RBI's and two runs scored you say coochie went the first six in line to pick up the victory and just getting underway from Alaska Airlines arena. The storm back home and take on Indiana. Dan hughes. Once again back on the sideline the defending champion six and four fourth best record in league women's World Cup England for Cameroon at three nil and France, the knockout win two one victory over Brazil sports at ten and forty past the hour on the home of the huskies. I'm Dave Lewis. Komo news. It's the weekend, you'll do it right. To make your home..
"one thousand people" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Expensive insurance as well. Instances of auto thefts of accidents per one thousand people off filters in. Oh, yeah. That makes sense. I guess there's actuary sitting there. With their computers going. Okay. We're going to charge in Idaho. And this is what you're gonna pay in New York City. Right. Let's go to Los Angeles and talked about, thanks for calling. Thank you for taking my call. Two thousand thirteen Chrysler three hundred looking to replace looking for lords. Core, that's easy to get into and out of over seventy five, and it's that's quiet inside. Let's bailable whether that another Chrysler. Well, I do like that. Three hundred is that car, easy for you to get in and out of? Yes. Yeah, I figured are you working inside a particular budget. Well, up until Little Aden, sorta didn't want to spend more than thirty five or forty thousand dollars at the spend another ten thousand they can afford to do that. Well, I think you probably going to if you get out and start looking around you probably gonna end up back up with another three hundred. They haven't changed much since you got yours transmissions, now nine speed which is worked out, great that car with six older Pentastar, which has been a fantastic. Engine, I got thirty five miles to the gallon on the highway with the last one that I had which amazed to me, the other one, the reason I ask about price was, I was gonna suggest, maybe looking at a Genesis. GED which is just a great car. I think I think you're going to be pushing that fifty thousand dollar Mark though. So that's more like a sixty thousand dollar court right, exactly. In fact, I reviewed one last year. You can find it at car pro USA dot com. Bob,.
"one thousand people" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I want to read a story in the LA times about the forager POSCO Bodnar so far reaching for wild food can be a little dangerous. You have to watch out for poisonous plants. You have to watch out for bears and snakes the Pasco was out in the woods one day. And he swears he saw. Zombie like like running around looking for brains kind of zombie and Pasquale charges in Los Angeles. So he looked again and sure enough there was a cameraman following zombie. And so everything was alright. But these days plus gal is impacting about the dead, but the rebirth. He seeing in native wild plants after the wildfires in that area. He sat on the chat about what it means to be a forager with our friend, Russ Parsons. Tell us a little bit about the foraging. You do. And then how you got into it. So I got into it. A premature grew up that way in Belgium. I grew up in a tiny little town, maybe like one thousand people from in town. And my grandma used to semi sometime into the forest the second, you get me some metals are one that's always I'm not. So that's what got me into. Forging. I never had this conception of being disconnected from nature from Dutt perspective. There is always food everywhere. Really what I really do is actually studied. The flavor over landscape or over the environment. So I can do that through California. Vermont something I go back to Belgium. Mark passion is really to. Discover what is the taste of location. Can you give us some examples like here in southern California? What are some of the things that you collect altogether? Is so many different things, you know, for example, mustard with mustard everywhere nominee does anything with mustard here in Los Angeles. People don't think about it as something edible. They all the ball. So a good one, for example will be the black mustard, which is really super invasive to you can make the most incredible Dijon mustard, but you can also grow for other plans like here in my hand. I I'd like a mountain vinegar, and basically vinegar that I make myself I make my own cider with Manzoni's Averis, and then I chose to vinegar and the nine chooses responding fine mushroom or defined wild berries. And if you smell it completely. Smothered mounting people. Absolutely go crazy on that one. So it's one way to look at the environment and can research a flavor. And being able to create continents out of it. What are some of the other ways that you preserve and the gentleman capture these flavors less time? I counted sixteen different method of food preservation, you can make wine I make. So does I'm making fusion, I can turn all the time making vinegar. I can make source condiments last week was making some mushroom ketchup. I can do an 0 of product really where do you collect these things? Do you have favorite hunting grounds for them? What you're looking forward dictate the environment that you're looking for it probably have two thousand acres of private property. So I do all my for you park property. And if it's not native don't care going to pick up dandelions, nobody wants to underline and by the way, ninety percent of the thing that I collect actually non-native because the native stuff is usually very strong. So I look at fourteen cotroversial a little bit. But I look at rushing as one way to our environment in the same time, and are you or are you in coastal plains are you hills? I'm not going up the place. You know, if I wanna make my Mountainview Negga, my friend called Gloria has a whole property, and she has what sixty acres opinion pine and white fir and so I just over them. Collect whatever I need. Centralists? I have some friends who have also property. Hazardous forest. All those hillside properties on everybody knows this winter was just horrible as far as wildfires were you affected by that. Yup. Humor show surfing. So what are you used to do here in Los Angeles forest? I owned that property I used to have my wife would garden. So I had a beer garden that created with native plant how despise Cowden decorate their native plant. It's so, you know in the same camera took a look at it. I'm going like, okay. How can I use that to be more creative? Can you? Tell us the first time you went back after the fires. What did you see this nothing? I mean, there was nothing. I've never seen something like that before. It's just completely black the some of the bigger tree us steel there. The oak tree our K survived the fire. But there was nothing left. I've never seen something like that. And the was. They can. Smoke everywhere. Yeah. You're scary. A little bit. Yeah. But interesting parties are really and I'm not a button, I know. But from my perspective, I'm really seeing the nitty Frank coming back and not the native country. She's interesting. So the environment is covering itself to some degree and. I see much more native plant growing right now than than ever before as fast as interesting, you you have contact Megawati she's showing up while the essence. Brush giant nettles? So this is all like native plants that are really taking off and enough grass. So the heels had actually turning green right now. It's interesting. The all these people used to do that on purpose? Process of regeneration. So I'm still learning is a fantastic learning process to she has ROY has it was I'm looking at it more from an educational experience and see what I can learn from it. Oh, thank you Pascall. It's wonderful. Well, thank you so much of pressure to be here..