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PG&E Mistake May Have Exacerbated Rolling Blackouts

Forum

01:00 min | 1 d ago

PG&E Mistake May Have Exacerbated Rolling Blackouts

"Morning. An error by PG and E last month may have contributed to one of California's first rolling blackouts in two decades. Lily Jamali has more on August 15th when hundreds of thousands of Californians lost power for a second straight day. A power plant in the Central Valley unexpectedly ramped down production. That's according to a report out Friday from the California Independent System Operator. Not stated was the PGA. Any personnel made the mistake, which came just his energy demand was peaking during an intense heat wave. P Jeannie says it doesn't know if the mishap directly led to the blackouts. But energy expert Steve Weisman says any loss of power on the grid would have played a role in some of the black out. Some of the customers who were turned off could have been spared in that situation. The error pulled power off the grid for about half an hour. You, Jeannie said. It took immediate steps to correct it and has been

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Wildfires spread in California as oppressive heat wave continues

Joel Riley

00:33 sec | Last week

Wildfires spread in California as oppressive heat wave continues

"Counties impacted as PG and E starts, It's rolling power Shut off speed. Jeannie's chief meteorologist, Scott Strength Fill pointed to the recent weather conditions as a potential factor on wildfire started always saw many historic temperature records shattered during this heat wave and Unfortunately, the continued hot and dry weather is going to continue to dry out vegetation across California make that vegetation even more susceptible to new admissions and large fires DJ and he expects over 170,000 customers to be impacted by the planned shutoffs power is expected to be restored tomorrow night. Radio

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Californians Urged To Conserve Energy And Prepare For Outages During Record Heatwave

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:09 min | Last month

Californians Urged To Conserve Energy And Prepare For Outages During Record Heatwave

"Stressing the state's power grid and California's California's independent independent system system operator operator says says rolling rolling blackouts blackouts are are once once again again a a possibility possibility if if energy energy demand demand exceeds exceeds supply. supply. While While most most of of those those outages outages last last Friday Friday only lasted a few hours. Several p Jeannie customers like Jeffrey would in the Santa Cruz Mountains have been in the dark for nearly 48 hours. I'm on Comcast. So I have no water. I have no power. I have no Internet. I have no phones. I have no cooling. So I'm really hostage by PJ and I just I'm so sick of it. We reached out to PG and E and spokesperson Jeff Smith says some isolated outages like in the Santa Cruz Mountains do take a little bit longer to repair he is thanking customers for their patients. And for cutting back on electricity usage. Today we encourage our customers are customers to conserve energy as much as possible in order to help alleviate the strain on the electric grid because of these extraordinarily high temperatures that we're seeing all throughout the region, he says. If everyone turned up their thermostat, even by one degree That would go a long way to take some of the demand off of the grid Reporting

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Washington NFL team says it will retire Redskins name, logo

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

02:14 min | 2 months ago

Washington NFL team says it will retire Redskins name, logo

"90 years. Washington D. C is pro football team is retiring the controversial Redskins mascot comas, Bill Swartz remind us of several schools in our state that changed racially offensive sports nicknames. Fight song and logo filled with stereotypes and insensitive words. Washington football team owner Dan Snyder announced the Redskins mascot is being dropped. He and coach Ron Rivera will find an appropriate nickname and logo going forward. Seattle's Nate Burlison played for the Seahawks and is a host on the NFL network. Just about time about time. There's been a lot of pressure on this organization, not just from the players, the fans but also now we know the sponsors, so This is a sport situation. It's a business situation, but more importantly, it's a humanity situation. So I'm glad that they decided to make the change Hall of Fame broadcaster Bob Costas, not a fan of name changes, just a suit political correctness, But the Redskins had to go get yourself a dictionary. By definition. Redskins is an insult sports teams with Native American references date back to the 19 twenties in our state, the state normal school in Jeannie called its teams the savages until 1973 when now Eastern Washington University switched to the Eagles. Seattle you for several decades Homer, the chieftains. Now called the Red Hawks after a push from the Snoqualmie tribe is Aqua High School in 2003 moved from Indians two Eagles While many people have tried Renton High School remains the Indians curator Sarah Sampson, with rentals History Museum says the mascot was originally a tribute to a Duwamish tribal member and an outstanding student athlete Henry Moses. It was quite rare to see a native American playing on a team with all of the white boys. It was very rare, and they obviously did not react well. Toe losing, and so they started calling them the Indians. Henry's teammates took on the name and said, Yeah, where the Indians Moses widow, Christina, wrote a letter to the rent in schools, explaining the source of pride Indians still has for her family and the tribe. I'm

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Crinkle, Crinkle, Little Star

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

04:13 min | 2 months ago

Crinkle, Crinkle, Little Star

"We're covering the things that we haven't gotten to really mean to get to man that feeling that you know that that feeling that it needs scratched of wanting to get around to stuff. You know my desk and I really thought for sure since I'm not traveling that I would. I would get it taken care of. And I started I was down like a couple of inches of paper bilge that builds up on my desk. I was down a couple inches. Yes, I'm going to see the surface of this desk before before. This virus releases us from its grip, and now it's super building back up again. Yeah Yeah. Yeah, it's frustrating. I! Do want to point out. Somebody has gotten something done. which is that Tony Anita? Hull took the initiative and went and ask our listeners before we recorded this show what they haven't gotten to or have been meaning to get to in their lives. And so with that in mind, I wanNA, bring Tony Anita Hill up to the Mike Tony on double duty this week. We have another thing for you later. What's on, but this one? You don't have to wear a pep blows for what's on the hot sheet. What our listeners saying? They haven't done to okay so Stephanie. Lundgren wrote I moved right before the stay at home order and I thought for sure I'd be completely unpacked and organized by now. I've been working from home, so it's not at all free time, but still. I See Oh Yeah. Oh that's the worst feeling as a person who struggles with OCD not being unpacked. I, have to tell you Stephanie. I think I was in one house for twelve years before I unpacked the last box. There's always a one box. That just has stuff that you probably never should have brought with you from the last place. Just. Couldn't you just couldn't think it and say goodbye, and so you still have it? And just sits around in a box for Twelve Years Until the cats pee in that box. That's usually that's usually what motivates we. We have a similar problem in this household and in some ways. It's worse because we bought this house. I'm going to say eight or nine years ago. and. We were living in an apartment before then and literally three weeks before we were supposed to leave the apartment and moved into. This house a pipe behind. Washing machine in our apartment burst, the whole place flooded dip fire department had to come and because of the water remediation. Process we weren't able to pack up our old apartment to move here. That had to be done by professionals. Wow! I didn't know there was such a thing. And some of those boxes were some. are still in our garage. Things wet, so you have boxes of wet belongings in your. Oh, you got to get those out you can. Boxes of wet belonging like a growth of mold. Bax Airs what you got. No, no, it's not the belongings. Themselves weren't wet. I want to point out that the flooding apartment wasn't like knee deep or anything, but it was A. Damaged the floor and stuff like that. No, that was a big flood I. Remember that I. Remember finding you and Jeannie. In the middle of the apartment in a tiny ship. And the Terni should talk to. Our tour! Wow So. There were professional packers. What does that have to do with the fact that you didn't open the boxes and take the stuff out I mean? Did it matter who put it in the box? Did you guys say to each other? It's not touched that professional packers put it in. No movers, the movers were allowed into put everything into boxes. My point is that because we didn't have time to pack up our own apartment all the crap that we were going to get rid of ended up being transferred to our new house. And you just haven't got around to. Condie, what was what was it? Marie CONDIE ING it. I didn't Murray Condo. It yet Maury Condo. What is it Tony is it? It's Murray Condo.

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Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata

Books and Boba

05:28 min | 2 months ago

Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata

"We're here today to talk about our June twenty twenty. Book Club, pick, convenience store, woman by Sayaka Murata translated by Jeannie Taffy, Takamori. Yes, so there's a divisive opinion on this book and I'm like really excited to dive into it. A lot of people were questioning our decision to pick this book as a lighter More I guess not dark read. Okay, but the thing is like our book club. Pick before that was a warrior woman and I. Think were your was darker than convenience store. Women didn't think it was that dark to be having me neither. Get into a little, are we? Are we the Weirdos here for? Okay, so without further ado, let's get into our. Our discussion. We want you start off with the Book Jack. Description Keiko is normal at school and university. People find her odd and her family worries. She will never fit in to make them happy. Keiko takes a job at a newly opened convenience store where she finds peace and purpose in simple daily tasks. But in Keiko Circle just won't do for an unmarried woman to spend her time stacking shelves and Green Tea as the pressure to find a new job or worse, a husband increases. Keiko is forced to take desperate action so the story itself is a slice of life. story about a convenience store worker toll from first person perspective from the main character Keiko and. I guess we can start with just the style of the store because it's very straightforward. Right and that's some so I don't know if you have this information, but is this the style of Sayaka Murata, or is this because of the condition of Keiko are someone who is like atypical? I have not read any of meritas other works because they happened been translated, but from what I've gleaned from interviews like she does have a very deadpan style to her writing. It is very straightforward like you said and a lot of her previous novels because convenience store women, while it's the first novel to be translated in the states. It's also her tenth novel. and. Yeah like that was really surprising to me. But her other novels are they kind of the same same themes like it's about nonconformity in Japanese Society AH take on gender roles and sexuality, and just like Japanese, societal issues on celibacy and a sexuality and. There are two books that have actually like I'm really hoping that they get translated 'cause the premise is. It's so bonkers There's one book called dwindling world I don't know the Japanese title is, but it set in dystopia where all procreation is made artificially and sex between a heterosexual married couple is is considered to be pretty disgusting like they. Oh, yeah, it's. It's not really a taboo, but it's more of like. Is this like Why are you doing that? A better way to like make children like. Why would you go through sex so? That's like a really interesting premise to me and then the other one. which definitely sounds like my jam? It's called sausage in Soussan, and it roughly translate to translates to birth murder, and this is also a dystopia novels and they banned. It's a dystopia novel where? Where a person who gives birth to ten children they they get to lawfully murder another person down. Yeah, right? About a royal. The Battle Royale I want this book to be translated immediately. Into a movie! Speaking speaking of like adapting it to a movie I. Think Convenience Store. Woman would work really well as a Japanese DEALLM. Or even just like a limited series like one of the Japanese. Soap operas or TV, shows are kind of like the BBC were they're pretty like they're short and sweet. Yeah, yeah, well well. The thing is like a convenience store. Women is such a short novel. It's only like. Because of the size of the hardcover book it's IT'S A lot smaller and very very cute. But in the smart in the smaller version, it's like around. Two hundred pages were like two hundred and fifty pages a in like a normal Let letter size paperback. It's like a hundred and fifty pages, so it's more of a novella than an actual novel. But this book was really really popular. It sold six hundred and fifty thousand copies in Japan and it won the Tugela prize.

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‘If we’re not careful, Mississippi is gonna look like Texas,’ Governor warns

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

‘If we’re not careful, Mississippi is gonna look like Texas,’ Governor warns

"I speak in another sign that the coronavirus concern has reached the highest levels of our government again president trump has scraps a weekend trip to one of his golf clubs I'm Jeannie Dupri in Washington instead of going to his New Jersey golf retreat for the weekend the White House announced without explanation that president trump would stay in DC this weekend the move came as a series of GOP governors announced new coronavirus restrictions after several days of sharp increases in the number of new virus cases does include the governor of Mississippi who says this afternoon that Mississippians aren't more cash careful and cautious his state's going to end up looking like Texas

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Democrats in Congress unveil police reform bill

Sean Hannity

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Democrats in Congress unveil police reform bill

"Democrats in Congress are unveiling details of a sweeping new police reform bill I'm Jeannie Dupri in Washington in the aftermath of the police killing of George Floyd Democrats rolled out plans today to make it more difficult for instances of police brutality to go unnoticed because black Americans want stopping kill senator come along here is this specifically is a bill about accountability and consequence the bill would change the legal protections for officers from lawsuits and create a national registry about police misconduct

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Joe Biden heads to Houston to meet with the family of George Floyd

Atlanta's Morning News

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

Joe Biden heads to Houston to meet with the family of George Floyd

"The protests democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden heads to Houston Texas today to meet privately with the family of George Floyd I'm Jeannie Dupri in Washington on the eve of a final funeral service in Houston we need justice Joe Biden will fly to Texas today to meet with the Floyd family George

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The Aerion AS2 Supersonic Bizjet

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:51 min | 3 months ago

The Aerion AS2 Supersonic Bizjet

"I came across the story in the news In the last couple of days let's this is dated April seventeen a month ago but that this is the area on all right. The the area on. Which is the in development supersonic business jet that the to write the story about that. Yeah and so. I don't know exactly what the news is here. I think they've kind of reached a milestone. Or something's going. The main reason I flagged this story is that the thing I find interesting about the area on project is that we talked about the area on project in episode episode number. Five all right. I mean it's like that long that this project has Jack Jack Yeah. Rome wasn't built in a day. I guess not all right you know but my other my other question about this they call. They're calling it the. As to now he's happy what happened to the one. That was the initial design that was Produced toward the jet back. Oh Jeannie fifteen years ago that sounds about right since we talked about in about fifteen years ago and since then they rethought the The size the seating in the engine configuration and incorporated those changes into the design. Joey went from. As Arianne supersonic one to Iran supersonic to it's going to be a three engine jet about one hundred and twenty million and they're still taking the same approach that I think could make this. A winner of the airfoil is a natural lamour flow designed by a gentleman named traits Dr Tracy I met him. I N B Aa. They came to and the airfoil design that fuselage design. It's supports supersonic about one point. Six mock with really decent fuel efficiency but also supports point.

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"p. jeannie" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:35 min | 4 months ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on WTVN

"P. Jeannie a real estate expert are you doing this morning JP Hey good morning guys I'm doing great what they are today Thursday yes there really you don't know what day it is Amanda quarantine look do you're not alone I was I went to visit my mom's birthday was yesterday I went up to visit and I walked in the front door my dad said daisy you what the answer to this is the last day so yeah twenty twenty I developed here will never forget that's absolutely right you may not know the day but you definitely know the error so tell me a real estate expert put on that hat I'm I'm seeing reports this morning that home prices are actually going up during the pandemic what what's up with that you know it's inventory there's no there's no holds up there for sale it's a different price ranges so builders of course has slug down the slow down the key construction and they are they were little I have said this is you would imagine homeowners that you know returning on appeals because over forty per homes on the market the spring is always where the inventory starts flourishing starts starts growing you know hello it didn't happen so are now we've got this this case fever cabin fever for people to pick it up we've got people that there are are are fearing another second coronavirus quarantine in the fall whether it happened or not people people are fearful that so they would hurry up and get involved you got crazy low interest rates if they are just a general population that needs a home guess what got the perfect storm for home prices increases because people are getting in multiple visits in in offers it in fifty percent of the homes across nine states we've seen many wars it's crazy yeah well the last time you and I talked you know the nature of buying a home is so different I mean it used to be kind of thing where you jump in the car with your agent you went and visited you know eight or ten or however many houses trying to get a look at the lay out near the decorum how's the landscaping now because your neighbors and all that stuff now it's almost all virtual now you're you're taking a chance on a house that you're seen pictures of it may be a little video inside well that looks good so what do you think yeah dude rocked by it said you know what will make it ours doesn't matter other than the current apartment condo or or time you know right yes so so I mean do you think that has much impact I mean are people more or less likely to buy based on pictures rather than actually being in the physical plant I think it's a let's let's be real if you're gonna buy a home the very small percentage of people are going to go into by Saddam's enough to call it but we are seeing a good percentage of that I would say about ten percent of the homes that were fine really about the example to a lot more so that's not really a pretty much as before but during the quarantine during a lockdown you have a picture of the homes were silent scenes where I can't imagine signing my name to a loan for two hundred two hundred fifty three thousand dollars on a place I can set foot in yet yeah I mean if that is your best option and you can look at the photos that you win that you even have to pay for it let's let's face it if you're if you're buying a home started seeing you likely have to bit give her so yeah I mean you're you're buying it and then if you don't you have a look at it you gotta realize that at the current situation that I've had yeah I I guess I understand is there any regional difference in that I mean that what's going on in Texas is going on in California is going on and York now you got it you know that's that's always real C. right you look at New York because those guys New York you see an exodus of of of residents there so they're they're getting flooded with inventory unfortunately nobody wants violence yeah so it's too early to ask because our prices up to decline in New York it will because of the inventory surplus is commercial and residential real estate right people live in a country in the statement live into a California believe it out of the question of the Florida the two of Texas third so just bear with us state or city so that's that but the taxes of course were absorbing the brunt of east coast west coast it west all around here in in situations pretty dire cities like Austin becoming the next Silicon Valley the bricks the couple the next day yeah yeah Texas Dallas even the the the help for everybody else you know financial with hospitality in the manufacturing so it is about this I guess boil it down if it continues to be a seller's market yeah it's gonna be like this for the rest of the summer unfortunately just because of inventory so low most places we only have about two months worth of inventory and healthy market a balanced buyer seller market requires almost six months worth of inventory wow just to give an idea in the crash of two thousand seven we have three years worth of inventory so you know the crash is not anywhere happening you know the thing that we were concerned with was job losses what's gonna happen to these people that can afford to make mortgage payments at the big board was for parents remember yep people are looking that up on wikipedia in Oxford dictionary what is for parents what does that mean and it's not forgiveness first of all so does does that could make the mortgage payments or rent payments we're were also given a couple of months but they have to pay it back and the treasury secretary how came on last night and said we're gonna pick your housing stadium Friday set if you haven't been able to make your payment don't worry about it you're gonna make it all the inputs so you're all so it's it's not found very tough J. P. great stuff we appreciate the time of the visit much J. P. peace meaning he's a real estate expert here on newsradio six ten WTVN.

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Jimmy Kimmel Pays Tribute to Fred Willard

Steve and Ted

01:19 min | 4 months ago

Jimmy Kimmel Pays Tribute to Fred Willard

"And we did talk yesterday about the passing of comedian comic actor Fred Willard and some thoughts last night on Jimmy Kimmel live on A. B. C. Fred Willard made a lot of appearances on Kimmel and he they kind of they kind of were buddies so the bottom Jimmy Kimmel last night on Fred Willard Fred that left this earth on Friday night at age eighty six when I was a kid I spent a lot of time sitting in front of TV I had on my desk in my room and one of the shows that I would watch religiously on channel five in Las Vegas was Fernwood tonight this is a parody of a talk show starring Martin mall as part Kimball and Fred Willard as his sidekick and announcer Jerry Hubbard I love this show is one of those shows are probably eighty percent of the people watching it didn't get maybe ninety percent of it is definitely my kind of show and Fred was so great on it he was the oblivious second banana he try men and say dumb things in a very earnest and Jeannie away hand mark mall were great together they wanna make a fake documentary called the history of white people in America then I enjoyed the were a married couple on Roseanne and then of course Fred was discovered by a new generation of fans thanks to the great Christopher guest movies like waiting for government and best in show and present anchorman pretty good body work you bet you left us a lot of funny things to remember and Fred

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PG&E's bankruptcy plan wins support from wildfire victims

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

PG&E's bankruptcy plan wins support from wildfire victims

"P. genies plan for getting out of bankruptcy has now won overwhelming support from the victims of northern California wildfires the fires were ignited by faulty PG&E equipment the victims back to P. genies below press despite concerns that they will be short changed by a thirteen billion dollar fund that is supposed to cover their losses P. Jeannie remains on track for meeting a June thirtieth deadline to emerge from bankruptcy that's just about five six weeks

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"p. jeannie" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

05:04 min | 4 months ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"You right now all of a sudden someone has ammonia you can't remember anything much of all young lady say that I'm about five minutes away hold my exactly man leaving out a lot of people in my house these people good how obvious someone has a smoke today I can't even grow one plant do you still have those many hot dogs how you do those peas in a blanket because you know once you start cutting is down we may not be smoking but we could still smell when I get to the back door you don't have a gold I didn't want to P. Jeannie and we see that page you're flying into the house I need you to come and make your writing all right I'm on my way do you want the neighbors to your audience good you're talking about he was able to find him right there you'll make you think he makes it is going down DJ Vick one upping everyone what we got going on let's get this Monday call like this man we're going to that does a cat hi good to see that I got the Meghan the stallion fiance savage the remix both coming up in this make you think you mix let's make it happen maybe boys neighborhood many displeasure with this that is one forget I'm with sprays this already with thank you to modify the so but does it bring it back thank the Chinese on the side in a way I could tell the man.

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Nick Saviano from world the renowned Saviano Tennis Academy

The Functional Tennis Podcast

07:58 min | 4 months ago

Nick Saviano from world the renowned Saviano Tennis Academy

"Hi Nick Welcome to the Functional Tennis podcast pleasure to be here. I've been meaning to get you on the show while we have your honor top academies around the world page which is probably one of our most viewed pages on the website. So it's great to of see. We've the Blurb Rebecca Academy and all the details would. It's great to speak to the main mind as well so delighted to chat which tell me how is life at the moment with all this cove? It situation has DECAPA me gone well. Unfortunately we have had to shut the academy down at least temporarily as all the Kaddoumi's in Florida have done and I guess around the World. But we've been able to stay in touch with our players and we are poised and ready to go as soon as they open. Things are coming in the next week or two. So we're pretty excited to get back out on the courts and fully functioning. Well that's great news. You haven't locked all your players in Lake. Rafeh did no. I didn't know he locked them all in but no we have not done that in a lot of our players actually are here with emily members or they're at private housing so we're good to go. He had me. Did Inscribe live with I think was Andy Murray Sane? Whenever they got closed down whoever was stuck there had to stay there. Nobody's lead in or out so he's running a tight ship over there. Well you have to. Whenever you're dealing with. Young people is enormous responsibility. So you always have to err on the side of caution. Yes no true. It's different when you're entrusted by parents to do the best for the kids so I think you're right. It's really important. So tell me a bit of empty Kademi. How long has the KADEMI being an operation? Well I started the academy shortly after leaving the US. Ta at the US was a national coach for boys tennis. I was eventually director coaching for men's tennis for the United States. I played on the tour for nine years and then I was also the head of high performance coaching education which was really actually exciting and then after that when I left I opened the academy in two thousand and three in. I started working with a few players I decided I really wanted to go out on my own and established my own methodology and a lawsuit for coaching and working with young people. So way back then. Two thousand three. That's when we started and it went extremely well and some of the believe it or not some of the first people I was working with were jan-michael Gambill. And also Vince Spadea. And also very young. Eleven year old. Sloan Stevens came a few years later and Jeannie Bouchard and Monica Point Again. A lot of other really good players started evolving or coming. And so it's been really exciting. It's been an amazing experience. Actually over the years up really really enjoyed it. Let's just cut back a bit before the academy and before. Usda tour life. You're a top fifty player. What was it like in the late seventies being a top fifty player? It was an amazing experience. I was one of the top. Juniors in the United States at the end of the year is ranked tree in the country. Then was the top recruit going into college so I wanNA going to Stanford. University was an all American there my freshman and sophomore year. Then I turned pro but back then I was one hundred thirty two in the world when Charon pro took me only four months and I was in the top hundred so the depth and the game wasn't quite the same as it is now so in one respect it was. Let's say less of a long grind to get into the top one hundred but on the other hand the rewards weren't as great nowadays. The players go to phenomenal hotels. They get paid and qualifying. The money is great. I remember I got around sixteen. At Wimbledon twice and the specific number I remember was four thousand pounds now. Four THOUSAND POUNDS. That probably is about seven or eight thousand dollars. Not even that much and today. I'm not sure what the guys in the gals paid for a fourth-round let's say Wimbledon. But I would suspect it's probably in the two hundred thousand range so money has changed a lot but it's more than just the money the quality of the way everything runs on the tour the ability to communicate with people. You know you have the phones. You have computers when I was playing. We didn't have cell phones. Believe it or not so completely different world when you went away for six weeks you really were far away. It was tough to get phone calls back with your families and so is a different way of life back then than it is now and I enjoyed it. I love playing the Grand Slams but I retired at twenty eight years old. I spent about eight and a half years on the tour and when I retired I was still in the top hundred for singles and doubles. I was recently married and we had our first child and when my first child was born. Nicole our daughter that was it. I said I'm done and I'm going to get a head start on the rest of my career which turned out to be coaching. Those a good decision and tell me what was your most memorable match. Great question one of the most memorable matches I ever had was in England. At Wimbledon I was playing a match against Pat Dupre. Who was a semi-finalist the year before and I believe at the time was ranch around twelve in the world and the day before I played buster macho from England and he was number one British player and I remember having served to save the match five or six times so I one nine seven in the fifth set and so I had to come out the next day and play again against Patty pray and this match was in cold fog long match and I remember my body aching and wound up winning at one. Twelve ten in the fifth set and I remember just kind of overcoming the exhaustion and at ten all eleven ten. I was ahead and I finally got a break point and I remembered to this day thinking okay. Should I go for this and ripped return because you know I just can't seem to break and this is one opportunity so I cheated thinking he was going to hit back in he did and I happened to hit it? Just right and boom. It was a winner and thank goodness over. I had a couple long matches. In Wimbledon at one with Brian Godfrey four in the world and that took either three or four days to complete believe it or not and I was down two sets to love and five two and it was almost nine o'clock at night the US keepers. Were all there waiting to the targets of the courts. So they're waiting for me to lose so I was down two point quickly. Want Upholding Sur. Five three and I played one of the best games of my life. Five four I bright serve. I hold sir. I break him and win the set then because we were there late. They didn't put me on I the next day and so they had a women's match on it rained a lot that day so that was a Friday. We only got like five games in so then pushed us over till Saturday but of course we were onto cords till very late again and so they didn't put us on ride again so we wound up playing one set and then it got dark again and then of course Sunday play so then we have to wait and then on Monday morning we played. We've finished the match and it had a happy ending. I one six one fits so those were my two good memories of Wimbledon long matches that stood out.

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PG&E to purge most of its board in fallout from bankruptcy

Dan Proft

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

PG&E to purge most of its board in fallout from bankruptcy

"So the gas electrical purge most of its board in a fallout from bankruptcy genie will sweep down three fourths of its board of directors in an attempt to start with the mostly clean slate after the nation's largest utility emerges from bankruptcy the decision will leave just three of the company's fourteen current board members in place the San Francisco companies trying to win court approval for its bankruptcy plan by June thirtieth P. Jeannie went bankrupt after years of neglect culminated in its Frank electrical grid igniting a series of deadly northern California wildfires governor Gavin Newsom in PG's chief regulator the public utilities commission one of the whole board

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Trump plays campaign-like video touting response

Clark Howard

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Trump plays campaign-like video touting response

"On it president trump says everything his administration is done on the corona virus has been right I'm Jeannie Dupri in Washington president trump used the first thirty five minutes or so of the briefing to air his grievances against the news media the fake news is saying all he didn't act fast enough playing a several minute campaign style video saying his corona virus response has been perfect everything we did was right tangling with one female reporter you know you're a fake you know that your whole network there were you covered his face the president said he'll unveil plans in coming days to re open the country for

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Supreme Court to hold arguments for some key cases by phone

Sean Hannity

00:21 sec | 5 months ago

Supreme Court to hold arguments for some key cases by phone

"Found G. the U. S. supreme court's announced it will hear telephonic arguments next month in a series of cases delayed by the outbreak it's unprecedented I'm Jeannie Dupri in Washington after postponing arguments scheduled for March in April because of the corona virus outbreak the justices announced some of those delayed cases will be heard by telephone in the month of may the

Jeannie Dupri Washington G.
Philadelphia - More than 1 million unemployment claims in Pennsylvania make for long processing times

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 5 months ago

Philadelphia - More than 1 million unemployment claims in Pennsylvania make for long processing times

"More than a million unemployment claims have now been filed in Pennsylvania that's the highest number in the state's history more than half of people who have filed claims are not getting unemployment checks but they're still a nearly two week delay in processing they were able to use Kristen Johanson takes a look Jeannie was a general manager for a gym in oaks PA with four boys at home when she learned the fitness center it was closing and I filed for unemployment right away because I mean I have four boys that was important to me the forty two year old has since been waiting to get her first check in the mail but never received any financial eligibility letter and I've been checking on the account every day that the folks at Hyundai it takes about eleven days for the unemployment office to process the claim says Susan Dickinson who is director of policy for Pennsylvania's labor and industry are definitely blown out of the water by how many claims are just astounding no one could ever have seen it coming she says they've now added about a hundred more staff members some from other branches of state government all to help process the overload now we're opening up that you file for three weeks four weeks and

Pennsylvania Kristen Johanson Jeannie General Manager Hyundai Susan Dickinson Director Oaks Pa
Trump says he wants governors to be "appreciative"

Kilmeade and Friends

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says he wants governors to be "appreciative"

"President trump starts the weekend throwing political dirt I'm Jeannie do pre in Washington again venting his frustration with the governors of Michigan and Washington the governor of Washington president trump says the nation's governors should be more positive a about the federal corona virus response because you know what when they're not appreciated to me they're not appreciative to the army corps than appreciative to fame it's not right the governor say they repeatedly asked the president for federal help an often hit a

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"p. jeannie" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:20 min | 6 months ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on KGO 810

"You must be using an awful lot of electricity there Carmen he was a grower he lives next to me and they all got transferred from next to my P. Jeannie bail because he made a phone call you know the PG&E off my phone when he left the country which he did so you're responsible for this it's your name Loretta well Carmen if you had a lawyer I think that's the best way to go the other ways you can own a honey I don't have any money I'm on social security I had a good friend that helped me who is a lawyer he set up a conference call with one of the corporate big name brand Tesco you listen to our story I mean that bottom line doesn't matter you're still response I would rather have yes help us out with touch with Mike McGuire at Disney's I think a supervisor she tried talking to my lawyer Brian try talking tomorrow right tell him he's been a letter and we set up another conference call and talk to kill other corporate women who listen to me and said sorry out a lot you it's your fault all right Loretta what's the next thing that Carmen needs to do a Carmen I don't know if senator McGuire's office was on the call with you but the best way to go is to get your elected representatives involved here another thing you can do is you can call the public advisor's office at the P. you see and file a complaint and that should at least make the P. you see and that's to get your complaint so that it gets kicked out of the company who is always going to tell you it's your fault not our fault right and it will you know it will be investigated by the government agency that's supposed to be regulating P. Jeannie but ultimately it's gonna have very sadly take a lot of your time trying to get at senator McGuire's office to help you and also filing a formal complaint with the public utility utilities commission's public advisor's office okay say that again the public utilities commission's public advisor's office looking to file a formal complaint saying this is not my bill and you need to investigate who's bill it is it's not mine it's this guy's without the bill eighty eighty eight ten is the telephone number eighty eighty eight ten I'm Patterson the rental Lynch is here with me she is the former president of the California public utilities commission and you are listening to K. G. O. their stint on KGO eight ten pop quiz if you sell a home for fright it's Jamie progressives number one number two employee leave a message at the Hey Jimmy it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your archipelagos Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with a name your.

P. Jeannie
"p. jeannie" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:03 min | 7 months ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Have filed with P. Jeannie and does wrongful death claim have had to be guided by a lawyer and a medical expert let's look at the medical evidence linking he's best to the campfire in some way and that you're seeking some compensation but primarily recognition of their their suffering okay and and maybe they did look like fire deaths initially but but you write about you know you're leaving home with a ninety four year old you can't grab all their medication they end up in a shelter that can't take care of their special medical needs yeah and the population here in the town the communities that were burned by the campfire and we're already pretty vulnerable populations we had a lot of elderly people here a lot of people with our with an already frail health and so as a big distraction like a fire in an evacuation can kind of people over the edge helped by okay so so why is it important to get a more accurate number of who and and a look at the picture of who who has died from this fire I'm it's important to prepare for other disasters at this point and these this expanded back tool since it's not really official isn't really being accounted for in cleaning and health system capacity cleaning or an emergency preparedness and and it's just it's hard there's no real consensus as to what makes up a disaster that which is called about the issues after almost every disaster we've had but especially now when you were having more sort of climate change linked disasters it's becoming more more of an issue that the resilience aspect of his if you don't know exactly what happened you can't really prepare for preventing it next time around yeah exactly tell us about this congressionally mandated national academies of science study to find the best way to counteract yeah that was that's really interesting it you know this issue of what constitutes a disaster that came to the forefront after hurricane Maria and Puerto Rico where the government eventually revised to all and to several thousand people and because of the sort of more indirect test and it created a sort of a political controversy so Congress mandated a study to create a system for accounting disaster that with the particular eye toward full noble populations like the elderly who have been historically undervalued and under undercounted in disaster areas so that study is scheduled to come out later this year and hopefully will pretty some guidelines for local officials regional officials national officials to count is that your best friend and account for them and prepares preparation thank you for talking to us and then the thanks for your reporting that's come even canal reporter with the Chico enterprise reporter.

P. Jeannie wrongful death claim hurricane Maria Puerto Rico Congress reporter official Chico
"p. jeannie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:49 min | 7 months ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The allied and rebuilds stink of P. Jeannie would describe the power shut off the same way these really stink but they're necessary sometimes now we can debate that but it strikes me that the reason so many giants fans feel confused and upset right now is because the team over the years are rarely does this they certainly never admit it although they are a little bit more open to admitting here this time around they didn't dance with any big names this off season in the hopes of making a fan base think that they were going to go for something Allah Bryce Harper this is not a playoff year we know that they know that so why hunter pence and why Pablo Sandoval is it for PR well if it is it's not a very good strategy which is why I think the fan familiarity with pants and Pablo is really only a slight silver lining I mean honestly are you gonna suddenly go to the ballpark is Pablo and pens might play eighty games yes don't agree I don't think so the truth of the matter is those two guys also fit the profile of what farms IT was looking for and we forget that while they are names from the past to us they both also played really good baseball last year hello intense they did something that most of the giants hitters didn't do they they hit the ball on their clubhouse guys their energy guys on they're not going to need to play every day they're versatile they're affordable and they're short term in that last part is the key are they might be even more short term then you realize ask yourself do you like Mauricio do blog and are you intrigued by Jalin Davis and if that was a yes and a yes then you should like the sightings of jurors smiley and Kevin Gausman and wanted Peralta and Pablo and parents are because they're all tickets to potentially become more to bonds and Davis's those guys were acquired last July for drew Pomeranz and Sam Dyson it didn't take much to make up prospects that are interesting and and that's what the giants are trying to do this year to get more of those guys this is the game the giants are playing this year it's about two things assess the young guys and acquire more that's really yeah but we've got some time here in the six o'clock hour to really dive into this with you and fan fest is tomorrow and we're excited to get out there a lot of you are going to come out and see if we can't wait hi five shake hands and and and do what we do every February but as we get ready for it it is the signal of the end of the off season so let's hear it at eight await cambiar let's assess the off season for the giants in one word.

P. Jeannie
"p. jeannie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:19 min | 8 months ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Genies wildfire prevention adages these simply now considering a bill approved by the Senate this week it would require P. Jeannie to pay first spoiled food and other losses during blackouts the company's been given two weeks to present a new outage plan or face state takeover well this afternoon the Senate rejected calling witnesses in the president trump impeachment trial pushing one step closer to an acquittal vote let's go in depth the right now on this as we join ABC's legal analyst royal Oakes to explain what today's actions mean well one big question has been answered whether witnesses will be called and the answer is no but it is another question that we don't know the answer to and that's the timing of the vote because right now the Senate has to work on a resolution on the resolution will lay out the process for some final arguments to be made by both sides speeches by some of the senators they may want close to deliberations and then the announcement of the verdict now that could all happen in a matter of hours or it could make take many days and here's why the Democrats have the power to propose amendments to the resolution and debate them and delay them and what's happening is apparently the Democrats would like the final decision on the announcement to be after next week's state of the union address because they don't want trump have kind of a victory lap when he gives his state of the union speech so that's what still has to be decided we don't know whether it's going to happen very quickly in the next few hours or a day or two or if it's going to drag on for a week well the timing is so tricky because if as you say the Democrats want to spread this out and do it after the state of the union there are some Democrats who would like to be out campaigning for president right now well that's right because the Iowa caucuses of course are Tuesday and you're good Bernie Sanders and Amy Klobuchar and others who very much would like to be relieved from their duty as jurors a but I think probably the the greater good from the Democrats standpoint is to look at the optics of this because everybody of course is looking out of the voting no the truck will be found not guilty they're looking at November how do the American voters perceive what happened in this impeachment trial do they sympathize with the Democrats who say this was a cover up what kind of a trial you have without witnesses order they sympathize with the Republicans who say can you believe the Democrats for three years they basically did nothing for you they just obsessed about Donald Trump those are the two diametrically opposed views and what goes on in the impeachment battle may influence where people come down on that fundamental disagreement no doubt and so with what we know this afternoon some people thought this would bring everything to a quick and a quick close because there weren't enough votes to call for witnesses but you're saying not so fast yeah not so fast in the sense that there could be some parliamentary maneuvering the Democrats have to strategize as to what they really want to get out of this do they want to delay it passed the state of the union is that gonna make them look petty again they have to keep their eye on the ball of November and there's no right or wrong answer is just a a lot of very skilled political professionals trying to figure out what's in the interest of their respective parties ABC's legal analyst royal Oakes there thank you so much you bet all right for twenty now let's get some traffic and weather together and we'll start in our traffic center with Bob Williams and this report is brought to us by farmers insurance let's go home to Roseville camp city freeway some slow and stop and go traffic in a sixteen minute ride between fifty and eighty ND eager slowest on AT eleven minutes out to Douglas Boulevard dismissed body flowing along the way seven five give the sluggish coming out the downtown area down to about four wrote a twenty three minute ride home over on the ninety nine side looking better about seventeen minutes but very heavy traffic south of elk Grove Boulevard down to near dealer road no word on any out road work for any instance going up but we're still seeing the slowing none the less Sloane heavy traffic coming out in mid town out to about what Avenue on eastbound fifty the right to full some currently at thirty eight minutes heading out to would look just twenty one minutes getting up a little sluggish traffic getting past the garden highway lot a sling on the southbound side coming out of woodland to about the airport and through the downtown area Hey the Davis at southbound five par leg is going to be slow seventeen minutes giving your home very heavy traffic on the eastbound side coming past Richard all the way into west Sacramento but the home and auto with farmers insurance and you could save an average of twenty percent we don't think or two about how to.

Senate P. Jeannie
"p. jeannie" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:15 min | 8 months ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Melissa call Ross KCBS tensions are growing between P. Jeannie and the federal government they're battling over whether a taxpayer funded agency should be allowed to stake a claim on a thirteen billion dollars settlement covering most of the losses from wildfires blamed on P. Jeannie equipment FEMA blasted P. Jeannie and the fire victims lawyers for negotiating a deal that could put the government in the untenable position of trying to take back money from people while they're still trying to rebuild P. Jeannie says there is a sharp increase in scam phone calls threatening to shut off power to customers unless they pay up KCBS is Bob Butler says it's all a scam it works like this you get a phone call and the person says your bill is overdue pay up or your power will be cut in the north bank we have seen more than double the amount of the scammers have definitely been seeing an increased all across the bay area PGA and these two and a contrast says it's pretty sophisticated cameras are using P. Jeannie and are changing the caller ID somehow for P. Jeannie number to pop up so people are thinking that it is P. Jeannie but obviously we're not going to demand immediate payment over going to shut off your power so beware if you received a call where somebody is asking you for your account number any personal information especially credit card number it's not PGA any you should report immediately to the credit card company or the bank and to law enforcement Bob Buttler KCBS a Hercules high school student is believed to have made a threat against the school yesterday Hercules police say the threat came in at five AM apparent told police that her daughter had seen a Snapchat video of a person holding an A. R. fifteen style gun and the post saying that Hercules high school students should avoid the school on the thirteenth the boys suspected of posting the video was identified through his sapped Snapchat account name police went to the boy's home and learned that he and his family were out of state an investigation is under way coming up on KCBS I'm carried a sec why the forty Niners Packers match up is the hottest game ticket to get your hands on this is currently the most in demand and its C. championship game that we've ever seen our let's check your traffic this morning it's Tuesday time is to eighty KCBS and here's Frank Munich well for now were down to talking about road work rather than accidents or stroll this is well as changed requirements in the Sierra this traffic report sponsored by the extension temporal scanner for monitor we have those three left lanes cold off for road work on the lower deck of the bay bridge eastbound eighty from the San Francisco anchorage into the tunnel that work scheduled until six this morning but of course of those cones can be picked up earlier the nap of the slow traffic we had been seen heading out of the city by the bay have now dissipated chain requirements Oppy in the Sierra we have chains required on the highway fifty between Kerr birds and Myers AT between Baxter in Truckee and eighty eight between cook station and pickets juncture as predicted a brutal cold.

P. Jeannie Melissa Ross
"p. jeannie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:50 min | 9 months ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Brian couple of the stories we're looking at P. Jeannie going to have to overall a complex plan so the story out of SF gate this morning addressing more than fifty billion dollars in wild fire claims to gain sender Gavin Newsom supports in time to make a meter make a break deadline getting out of bankruptcy sobering reality hit PGA anyone knew some rejected the company's overhauled restructuring plan include a thirteen point five billion dollars between the nation's largest utility and attorneys representing the people who lost their homes businesses and relatives in a series of catastrophic fires in twenty seventeen twenty eighteen that were blamed on the utility did we have a story awhile back Katie and sherry about how much money P. Jeannie has given Gavin Newsom and his wife over the years yeah that's right I guess it wasn't enough no kidding so the thirteen point five billion settlement of billion dollar settlement was supposed to resolve more than thirty six billion dollars in claims in those victims came after PGA struck a P. Jeannie struck a separate eleven billion dollar deal with insurance who already paid out billions in losses to settlements form the foundation of a plan now in jeopardy of crumbling unless P. Jeannie can placate governor Newsome maybe they should just be executive producer on his wife's next film I'm not sure companies back recent bankruptcy plan must be approved by the state and federal judge by June thirtieth to qualify for the wildfire fun so they have a little bit of time but I guess they'd like to see it by the end of the year that's what to is it from this article I know the story sure you sent me this one and I I don't know if this is a problem it's not for me I'm self employed okay but said the in the U. K. I guess there is a problem with bathroom breaks will taking too much time in the bathroom checking their phones are doing whatever a UK start up company has developed a new downward tilting toilets made to make employees meant to make employees so uncomfortable in the loo that's the British word for bathroom that they take care of business quicker coop the standard toilet is sloped about thirteen degrees forward and that increases strain on the legs making it painful to sit on for more than five minutes said the founder of the company member Gil he told her he told of wired in an article published money anything higher than that he said would cause wider problems thirteen degrees is not too inconvenient but you'd soon one are going to get off that seat quickly just going in there and hanging out that's what I'm I'm wondering is this is this is a big problem maybe you have this problem at work four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred affecting productivity so bizarre that's what they say the primary purpose is to promote brief relief cutting down the time workers spend on their phones and reducing monetary losses I guess this is a problem in certain areas get listed over who are across the pond there the main benefit is to the employer is not the employees it saves the employer money the standard toilet as it's called was backed by the British toilet association what is that okay that's that is a website I want to go to what do you do I'm the president of the British toilet association it's an organization they campaigns for better bathrooms in offices in public spaces I then they take a lot of crap.

Brian P. Jeannie
"p. jeannie" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:24 min | 9 months ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Desk is your news watch continues P. Jeannie ratepayers getting a bit of a reprieve on their bills more about IT KCBS anchors Jeff belum Patty rising spoke to KCBS and chronicle insider filmed here so let's talk about P. you see action it involves all of our bills by P. Jeannie they made a ruling today concerning P. Jeannie and and how much it could take its rates correct that's right we're we're talking about is P. Jeannie southern California Edison southern California gas and San Diego gas electric which has been hit by cars as well they went to the P. you see and they asked for an increase in the profit margin that they could charge you have to understand something of these utilities are guaranteed a ten point two five percent ten percent return or profit in order in return the rates are set by the state but the guaranteed a ten percent profit they wanted to raise third P. Jeannie wanted to raise their profit to sixteen percent K. that would average about you know seven or eight Bucks to the average residential customer they say that what they needed to do was increase their profit margin in order to attract more investors who are willing to bet on the company in light of the all the losses they've incurred over the wild fires and all the money they're going to need to pay those losses off and also strengthen the system so that they don't rear Kirk but the P. you see said no not at this time now they can still go back and get rate raises for let's say improving the lines are doing safety work or other things that are directly related to delivering electricity but not on the profit side so for right now they said no and that's probably a good decision politically because you and I know if they got handed the sixteen percent of them profit margin after everything that's happened the state would go ballistic at least northern California would and everything else to try to pull up would just fall apart the optics not good there let's switch gears real quick P. genies CEO bill Johnson on Capitol Hill today yeah he was talking about being asked about you know the state of P. Jeannie and other topics and one of the things that came up was that you were reporting this earlier you said that okay we're rather than you know these blackouts going on for another ten years he said okay you can get it down to like five years they might still continue after that position the big stuff they think they can get it down to five years you know I think that we're going to continue to see these blackouts not to it to the extent I don't think we're gonna see him again to the extent that we found this year because a lot of that was over compensating but in the future they're going to try to be more surgical the San Diego gas electric has been using those sort of limited cut offs and they've been going for twelve years now so I think this is the you know limited cut off or something we're going to be seeing for quite some time in California but probably more in the more remote regions rather than right here in the heart of the bay area he's using chronicle insider filled with cheerless San Francisco woman has hired a plane to fly a banner with her dogs information over this city in hopes of finding her stolen dog Emily to learn is offering a seven thousand dollar reward to recover her blue eyed miniature Australian shepherd who was stolen from outside a Berlitz grocery store on Saturday she says she wants to reach as many people as possible to help keep an eye out for the twenty pound dog tell financer search chiller relaunch a go fund me effort which is raised more than a thousand dollars since Tuesday the plane is set to circle over San Francisco and Oakland for two hours.

P. Jeannie
"p. jeannie" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:46 min | 9 months ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Shield P. Jeannie from future fire liabilities if they make significant safety improvements for more we're joined now on the KCBS ring central news line by Jack Pitney professor of American politics at Claremont McKenna college thank you so much for taking the time to talk to us so it this is this put new sim in a pretty tough spot was he getting any significant pressure from either lawmakers victims or shareholders or others to approve this plan hello well the problem is if there is a hold up in the process of people who we're going to participate in the settlement will have a delay in getting our money so you have pressure on that side on the other side RPG is spectacularly on popular throughout the state of California so he got pressure on the other side of will they be able to work something out perhaps but their strong feelings on both all right so what's next well worth sixty the company is will probably have to go back to the drawing board come up with a reorganization plan and hopes that will meet the governors' objections one of the governor's top objections with the composition of the board of directors he said that the board of directors as it's currently structured is exactly what got the trouble of the company to trouble with the safety problems in the financial stability and he's demanding are much tougher steps in that regard as you mention P. Jeannie is very unpopular is there anybody in P. genies corner our world not the company itself there's again the people who are looking forward to participating in the settlement want to get it over with but as far as the company itself it's a much Renee men cornered California anymore and in terms of service speaking the bigger the bigger picture of politics how bout P. genies pass campaign donations would anybody be taking campaign donations for the company can the company make campaign donations at this point with the bankruptcy filing are the lawyers will have something to say about that of course people associated with the company you're perfectly free to make our campaign donations however those donations are come with the increasing political costs Gavin Newsom is under fire graphic take it because our contributions in the past I suspect he's not gonna be taking any contributions from completing creek years in the future and to that end how did we get here with us and we we we know how we got here with P. Jeannie being the position that it's in but how did we get here with politicians who maybe fell asleep at the wheel a few years ago or several decades ago maintenance is not sexy maintenance doesn't get applause maintenance using a rally cry are at a political event call but that's what it really came down to and politicians want watching again we have a term limited legislature back and the days when well just later served decades they could pay attention to such things are not so much the case anymore and what would be a viable alternative to P. Jeannie well there's been talk about a public utility there is support for that but again also opposition people would have said that public utilities that have problems of their own so we're going to be seeing discussion and we are the future about the basic structure of how this should work whether it should be a private heavily regulated company or a public utility all right well we thank you so much for taking the time to talk to us an offer your expertise Jack Pitney is a professor of American politics at Claremont McKenna.

P. Jeannie
"p. jeannie" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:46 min | 9 months ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Tax however he says he was fired because of retaliation that he went to PGA A. P. Jeannie and he told them about concerns he had about electrical equipment that he felt made the utilities power lines more vulnerable to starting dangerous fires with this is this is incredibly timely because this guy he's in the middle of a lawsuit right now this wrongful termination lawsuit he has asked the judge to allow him to file a seven point six million dollars civil lawsuit against the utility for all of this he said he was placed on leave and that he was terminated by P. Jeannie after he complained about a up a piece of a piece of equipment called a re closer and this is something that will automatically restart a power line after it turns off any was saying that the the device allows PGD to avoid sending people out to do this if they would do it automatically but that's pretty common they said these temporary faults which are common re closers can also be risky because they actually shoot bursts of electricity they could start a fire if a broken line is in contact with the tree or a butcher of some sort of Dr education not taught her networks for twenty years at the company he says he and his colleagues complained to management about the re closers repeatedly since the company began installing them in twenty seventeen remember this is just months before P. genies power lines sparked a series of fires up there in napa that's that's the area where he worked so he says the utility was on safely installing these re closers in higher risk fire areas but that the company didn't take the warnings seriously so that needless to say P. genies up to its neck in other legal problems right now so they asked the judge to deny the motion saying that he should just let is ongoing union reprint the grievance he filed after termination sort of run its course they're busy of course with the bankruptcy in the billions of dollars that they settled for a joystick just last week as a matter of fact but here's the thing if in fact this is a problem and if they had somebody in their own company telling them that this was going to be a problem and the timing of this works out as well because like you said it was months before the fire in the wine country that roared through and killed a bunch of people and damaged billions of dollars worth of property this is the guy they want to be quiet this is the guy they want to shot a how much of a whistle blower did he need to be I am of the belief that PGA any new its lines were unsafe but just didn't want to pay the money to update their equipment they were just kind of rolling the dice with the the lives of so many people that live around those faulty power lines you know I don't think this guy was this genius I had this aha moment is like the re closers or whatever the hell the call right you know what I mean I think that as a company it's filled with engineers that the writing is on the wall they they they didn't update their equipment for decades and they knew that they they should but they just did it because they want to pay the money up front the the I think the problem that you're going to see is that these re closers this specific type of equipment was implicated in not just that fire in wine country the the nuns fire complex but also the which fire the huge one down in San Diego twelve years ago the a huge fire in Australia from ten years ago that was also killed a hundred and twenty people I think so these types of you know this pattern is going to be a problem because P. Jeannie can for people against P. Jeannie including this top Hearns guy can say this was a problem before we knew it was a problem going into this and we still use that as the equipment and didn't do anything to change it they have since figured out a way to disable the re closers when there is a high fire risk we talk about the public safety power shut offs going into this but what they said is the P. genies doing a limited trial of turning off the re closer's disabling them during those high wind high risk wind times they're saying hopefully that that is one of the reasons why they've been able to prevent massive wildfires this year this season I guess all right street lamp inequity is what is the latest concernant LA city hall not typhus not typhoons not homeless not the plague not traffic not traffic not the five through Norwalk no no it's a it's all about street lamps who's got who doesn't and so this is this is right up there was shade isn't it yeah that that's exactly what I thought of we now have lighting privilege in this city and you might not even know it but you're a you are a recipient of light privilege not just white privilege but white privilege as well Gary channel were alive today in our news a bruise we are in Downey this is Jay's restaurant and brewhouse a five page article in the LA times about three planned out making you feel bad about your street lamps you can your eyes on the radio nobody can see you do that Joe Kwan has the latest a school bus in a van impression lake Elsinore hurting at least eight people cal fire riverside says eight people were taken to the hospital this morning including two with serious injuries military specialists in New Zealand every coverage six more bodies after deadly volcanic eruption.

A. P. Jeannie
"p. jeannie" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

05:23 min | 10 months ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Have had their problems I don't know that there's a a perfect answer for this I don't think there can be everybody's needs are different everybody's living circumstances are different P. Jeannie says the issue of disclosing the to the database to county didn't impact the utilities alert system for notifying customers including those in in medical discount programs about the shut offs okay well that's good news but there's still a lot here that just needs to be explained and I think that's part of the problem the P. genies having communication the governor's Bangala for communication many of the legislators are typically very supportive of what P. Jeannie has to go through you know have banged on the for communication and again getting to the root cause of this all of this stuff Jeez you know we we do a lot of hitting on P. Jeannie an easy target but we have to remember to so much of this has to do with what some of you talk about constantly the litigation the lawsuits the removal of the timber industry through environmental packing I will call it that of a of a hero of the government these are things that P. Jeannie really had no control over we go back to point a and you know exactly what I'm going to say for a lot of this stuff the P. genie is encountering now thank you I had its indirect hands on this problem with a medical database this was created by the lack of proper forest management and if we were dealing like the first caller said forget his name Thomas wasn't if it were any other state we wouldn't be dealing with this only in California we have these particular sort of boutique problems that are very narrow and very political in their origin and in other states even with that have a lot of forested areas you just don't hear about these problems of the local power company having to deal with countless environmental lawsuits you know looking at unless I'm way off of lying here looking at Montana Idaho Utah areas with with heavy you know forested areas do they go through this stop with their power companies I never hear of it at all so as we do seem to be the lucky recipients of of everything with the falseness that has to do with the power problem thanks to environmentalism thanks to politics thanks to you know overstepping over reaching regulation and so much of this is so easy to clean up just stop just stop and do what makes sense rather than what's gonna give me votes next time around or which political you know group I'm going to a piece of they can give me a big donation there's just too much of that and this and that when you're dealing with human lives you know that that that's kind of the already thought anyway that's the latest from P. Jeannie and again it's a it's a little it's a little complicated it's a little bit in the weeds but when you when you see a story with the bold headline P. Jeannie withholds information about medically at risk customers have a major power shut off even if you don't have anything to put you medically at risk you've got to be scratching your head going wait a minute you know we have to have you you have to be there you are a monopoly we can't go to company B. and say I want to use your services now that's the danger of a monopoly where else do you go so the whole system for getting power to the people at hello to the it was Santa California is is a very flawed one and you know awful back a mile crutch if we embrace nuclear would we be having this conversation today right but nuclear has become such a thing of the past in California I mean has everything been shut down now nuclear is gone right from the California power landscape Lisa anything you would like to ask or add or contribute four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight eight hundred seven seven six fifty eight fifty eight offering it's W. listening in other states online that had the heavy forested areas you don't go through this with your power company do you then I would love if you would call an enlightened and a lot of you originally listening right now the bluebells where are from California so you know what I'm talking about we'll be right back it's hard to believe another years just blown right by and how many of you spent this year in pain yeah I thought so do you think this is just like a normal situation and it'll go away by itself I'm talking about back pain in leg pain inflict pain and even your knees and hips to a degree before the year is over you've got to get to the good feed store and change all of his dramatically a good the client name Beverly suffered all the time she came to the good feed store in two thousand seventeen her pain was chronic her life was very limited she even shed some tears in the store relating.

P. Jeannie
"p. jeannie" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Is will not be affected P. Jeannie says it will start shutting off the power between seven and eight this morning dry windy red flag conditions forecast in the North Bay wine country in in the Sierra foothills P. Jeannie expects to get the all clear start restoring power tomorrow morning with more power shut off living some businesses are wondering if northern California is a viable climate anymore KCBS reporter Holly Quan is that part of our power shut off coverage you know what county is in the middle of studying the impact of the first power shut off in early October this week would be the sixth time P. Jeannie warned of a possible outage supervisor David rabbits to the county has already commissioned a study on how much was lost well they're only doing it for cinema county what would it take to kind of extrapolate that information to really understand the impact for the entire US PS with a PhD in their jurisdiction that's what a lot of economists are looking at doctor Michael Weinberg is CEO of the nonprofit economic development group California forward tourism receipts should be taking a look at business openings you'd be taking a lot you know sales receipts Randy Johnson owns get away adventures a bike tour operation in Santa Rosa he doesn't have to study it to know the power shut off scaring people away people are flat out saying we're just not come out period and that definitely packs the current book usually have me will you lose and on top of that we will see a future business loss just because people don't come out of place that might potentially have yeah anywhere from thirty to fifty thousand dollars that easily lost revenue Polokwane KCBS students in the East Bay who order school lunches their choice lunch will be getting cold sandwiches instead of hot meals today KCBS is Kerry who to sex says that's because the online delivery service is preparing for potential P. Jeannie power shut.

Randy Johnson reporter Sierra foothills P. Jeannie North Bay Kerry KCBS East Bay Santa Rosa P. Jeannie CEO Michael Weinberg US David supervisor Holly Quan California fifty thousand dollars
"p. jeannie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:04 min | 10 months ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The three people in sixteen California counties bracing for the next round of P. Jeannie public safety power shut downs they have reduced the number of the project and shut downs an estimated a hundred eighty thousand people that could be affected as the high winds hit northern California tomorrow got a P. Jeannie press conference coming up at six o'clock which we will share with you five sixteen now in the impeachment proceedings continue today was special U. S. U. crane envoy Kurt Volker and former National Security Council official to Morrison the morning session included lieutenant colonel Alexander Goodman who serves on the National Security Council and Jennifer Williams a career foreign service officer well to get some insight we welcome back attorney bill port in Nova I he served for many years as an assistant United States Attorney prior to that Sir for several years as a deputy district attorney insect our county welcome back to KFBK thank you yeah I'm glad you could be with us so let's look at this kind of as a overview is we maybe move and two more some more specific questions the Republicans say that these hearings are politically motivated the democratic say no we are looking after an impeachable impeachable offence quid pro quo yes how do you characterize it is can it be both do you see it is both it is both this is the it's a legitimate investigation of what the Democrats perceive that a lot of people in the country perceive as a presidential abuse of power to try to link the payment of already authorized money at to a country in exchange for an investigation and if that's what it was exactly it would yes it's something worth investigating but it has been investigated it is a legitimate investigation in a political arena and now the politics of taken over completely the Republicans are not getting on board not a single member and the Republican senators are already saying it's dead on arrival in the Senate so what we have left is a political stage and a political staged event that's boring is worse than no event all I've again watched the proceedings today I sought to lower level executives from the state department essentially National Security Council at describing what they overheard and different things this morning and then a couple of more senior people this afternoon offered by the Republicans providing cover for the president the fact that we did that ambassador Volker provide cover for the president he also seemed to indicate that it looks like this is a good faith mistake by the president for relying on Rudy Giuliani who we identified as this is a bad source of information bill I wanna I wanna bring up two things number one is vin men and Williams the morning session they were both on the call that is in question with the president they were actually on the call they didn't over here's things they were part of that call second while I agree that Volker has generally provided cover for the White House here he did say something that gave the Republicans a great deal of discomfort and that was he spoke up for Joe Biden and said I don't believe that Joe Biden operates in anything other than the best interest of the United States of America I did see that and I thought that was a proud moment for Joe Biden and I think the country feels that way about Joe Biden I honestly think he's a substantial candidate and he is the person that anybody who wants to be president needs to get pastoral Biden that includes Donald Trump it also includes the people in the Democratic Party very difficult to imagine how this thing ballooned into such a big series of hearings as it has there is no evidence that Joe Biden did eleven corrupt there is plenty of evidence that his son took a job it's clearly a pay off to try to have access to the American government but there's no evidence that hunter by ever attempted to communicate with his father and that is attorney bill ports to Nova and we'll have more with bill coming right up here but we've got some traffic.

California P. Jeannie
"p. jeannie" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:06 min | 11 months ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"There it is yeah yeah and so on the investigation is going to go very far reaching into the argument is of course a PGA he over reach and its power outage showed that put people were not put people out of electricity fall in far greater numbers that was necessary in far greater time that was necessary two point five million yeah although although there was one case where P. Jeannie had cut off the power and then I had started again and that our line fell and with the winds and then ignited a fire you can't what do you do was low for a low voltage lines when out they cut the power on those but a high voltage line that did not have its power cut that's the one that's being blames right has had best at all of these fires are now being caused by the power yeah well maybe they always the they always work and we never at whenever reporter you never knew that was the power companies also I love this one I Nevada city mayor this Nevada city in California I said that her community had no working phones are internet during this she wants local control over the power grid right the guy who runs the local pharmacy who will get on lack to the city council he's going to control yeah he knows all about it city council you know these little cities a it it all they almost rotate in terms of who's gonna be city council is going to be the mayor I mean it's almost any meaning my name all and those are the people that are going to make the decision now I find that a city puts on incredible Christmas like light display so they need the lights well but it but the but I think maybe they think our our Christmas displays are so amazing we can totally do yeah Jeannie all right we're gonna come back and do more handle on the news all right Jan news break from you a man from LA sticking a plea deal for a string of robberies at gas stations and fast food.

P. Jeannie reporter California LA Nevada
"p. jeannie" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The shutdowns happening hi soul will P. Jeannie shut off power around five o'clock last night in parts of Nevada you but in Butte county's that's a swath of territory that runs roughly from Chico over to Tahoe about twenty seven thousand five hundred customers are affected in parts of Butte county were hit by. last year's campfire the worst in state history I spoke with Patty savage who lost her home in the town of paradise to that fire she now lives in Chico and says she's trying to prepare herself thank god electric lanterns that we can see and I cook on gas though I still have you know a way to cook food inside the house and if it you know after gets really bad then we can also leave now seven still have power when we spoke last night she wonders of a shot off like this one might have prevented the fire that cost her her home and eighty six people their lives but she and others worry about the impact that this could have on people whose health depends on medical devices and the elderly P. Jeannie tells me they have tried to contact by phone or email all customers with medical needs and sent out staff to make person to person contact if necessary but thousands of people fall into that category residents of the counties of cinema and napa now among others are wondering if they might be next to C. P. Jeannie shut down the lines Saul thanks lily that's the California reports lily tamale and here in southern California as red flag warnings continue because of strong winds socal Edison might implement power shutdowns this week from Sam bird and Dino to Santa Barbara this week the U. N. is meeting in New York and one big issue it's tackling its climate change California governor Gavin Newsom delivered remarks yesterday before the U. N. touting the state's job growth and investment in renewable energy five to one the number of clean energy jobs in the state of California versus fossil fuel jobs which makes them the paradigm of this notion of alternative energy flipped on its head alternative energy in the state of California is fossil fuel energy knew someone on to say anyone who's doubting climate change you should visit California a state grappling to adapt to catastrophic wildfires floods and sea level rise let's move to another kind of threat. a new study from the southern California news group shows that roughly one in five California high school students contemplated suicide between two thousand and thirteen and two thousand and seventeen Frank Worrell is a professor at UC Berkeley's graduate school of education and an expert in at risk youth or else says school districts need to start thinking more preventive fully about suicidal thoughts. we we really. to recognize the importance of having strong social emotional components to schooling but it's no longer sufficient to teach reading writing and arithmetic coping skills and the necessity of asking for help when you need it and those kinds of things they need to become standard parts of the school curriculum as well or else says he's not surprised by California's numbers and that they're right in line with the rest of the nation suicide is the leading cause of death among middle and high schoolers let's move to tech now Twitter says it's a dumping new rules to try to stop financial scammers from using its platform KQED Sonya Hudson under the new rules Twitter now prohibits users from creating accounts posting tweets or sending messages to involve someone in a financial scam examples include using a fake account to solicit money posing as a bank to acquire someone's financial information and offering fraudulent discounts violating the new policy can lead to blacklisting certain you are elves deleting tweets or permanently suspending an account however Twitter said in the statement announcing the change that the company is not going to get involved with financial disagreements between users like disputed refunds or complaints about.

P. Jeannie
"p. jeannie" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"p. jeannie" Discussed on KPCC

"Jeannie and was motivated I I think primarily by pursuit of profit P. Jeannie said in the statement it does not believe the city's offer is in the best interests of its customers and stakeholders but it'll remain open to communication on the issue for NPR news I'm sorry Hudson in San Francisco Britain's new prime minister Boris Johnson is bracing himself for another clash with British lawmakers over brexit this week the Barker reports from London the new elections could be on the horizon Boris Johnson has repeatedly pledged that the UK will leave Europe on October thirty first we either without a new deal to ease that transition and he says he'd rather be dead in a ditch then request another extension but tomorrow the queen is expected to sign into law a bill that would require him to do just that if he hasn't struck a new deal by October nineteenth the populist pro brexit Johnson and says he's the one speaking for the majority of Brits who voted to leave the E. U. British lawmakers he says are trying to thwart them and opinion polls seem to support his assertion that's one reason Johnson will try to call new elections this week and one reason. lawmakers are expected to vote him down for NPR news I'm Vicki Barker in London Asian markets are trading higher at this hour the Nikkei the main market in Japan of about six tenths of a percent you're listening to NPR news from Washington. if I own the doll won his fourth U. S. open today and his nineteenth grand slam championship beating Russian Daniel Medvedev in five sets in New York the thirty three year old is the second oldest U. S. champion in the professional era. the Canadian government has been ordered to compensate indigenous children who were denied welfare services as Dan carbon Chuck reports the country's human rights tribunal ruled that the government's conduct was willful and reckless the tribunal says auto one must pay forty thousand dollars to each child that's the maximum allowed under the Canadian human rights act the total bill could amount to about two billion dollars compensation was also ordered for parents or grandparents of those children taken from their homes unnecessarily the ruling covers native children in the care of the child welfare system from January of two thousand and six it all comes from a landmark ruling made by the tribunal in two thousand and sixteen that said the Canadian government discriminated against First Nations children by underfunding child welfare services on reserves the tribunal also said Canada was aware of the discrimination but focused on financial considerations rather than the best interests of the children the department of indigenous services says it's reviewing the ruling for NPR news and then carbon check in Toronto at the weekend box office the Warner brothers horror film in chapter two if you to the top spot with an estimated ninety one million dollars in ticket sales that's the second highest opening for a horror film ever the movie is based on a Stephen King novel Angelus fallen took a distant second with six million dollars I'm Jeanine herbs NPR news in Washington. support for NPR comes from the Gruber family foundation supporting NPR's efforts to promote deeper thinking broader perspectives and trusted fact based information always with the goal of creating a more informed public and listeners like you who donated this NPR station. hi this is Lorraine that'll next time on their talk our political analyst come together to talk about the biggest developments of the past few days and will preview the upcoming democratic candidates debate also divorce in the era of social media will talk with listeners about some of the complexities and challenges of breaking up and how that plays out in various platforms of social media get their talk we can hear on eighty nine point three KPCC. this is science Friday time.

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