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Jimmie Rodgers, singer of 'Honeycomb' and other hits, dies
"Musician Jimmie Rodgers has died of kidney disease and after testing positive for covert nineteen according to his publicist Rogers died last Monday in palm desert California at the age of eighty seven I marches are a letter with a look at his career Jimmy Rogers was discovered as he played shows on a ten dollar guitar while he was stationed in Nashville with the U. S. Air Force after the Korean War he auditioned with roulette records with the song honey comb which was his first single and only number one record his other hits include secretly and kisses sweeter than wine in nineteen sixty seven Rogers was found in his car in Los Angeles with a fractured skull he said he had pulled over and an off duty police officer attacked him although he suffered muscle spasms and seizures Rogers later had his own TV show and his own theater in Branson Missouri
"palm desert" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"And it really refreshed. I think our take on our bannon or music. I mean just living in that house. I'm picturing like the monkees directed by John Hughes or something like that sounds like. What was it like when you were recording working on music? Because it fun? Yes, it was very funny, very comfortable. A lot of you know. Basically was like tour, but like way more comfortable because you didn't have to wake up in a different city every day. It was a lot of weight. Amazing backyard, we. We made sure that if we're gonNA live in a house for a month, it's really nice, and luckily you know Palm Desert. It's not that expensive and. It was about one hundred and ten degrees out every day, so there wasn't. There wasn't too much going outside. We went during the time of year. Where everybody leaves Palm Desert, so the rental prices were so cheap, so yeah, we got. We got a good amount of house for for. We didn't dip too far into their record budget on that it was it was smart. Though and our I guess our manager was like. Oh, I'll put them in a desert in the middle summer like they're not going to go anywhere her. Quarantine really. There was no distraction because you literally could not step outside of the house without the soles of your shoes melting..
"palm desert" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Record high of new coronavirus cases reported in California as we talked about yesterday hi this is not just more testing the experts are telling us were beyond just more testing although it's part of the reason but there are simply more cases that are out there and a lot of it has to do with a lack of social this is saying that wearing masks it's cetera and the problem is when you have this number of new casting that comes out positive a couple of weeks later is when it shows up and hospitalizations and then a couple of weeks later after that is when it shows up two deaths it's not as if you test positive the next day you go in the hospital the next day you die if you're on a ventilator so we're looking to add a at least the possibility of a pretty substantial increase of hospitalizations and deaths right now the high number of deaths and the number of deaths are decreasing number of hospitalizations remain stable but it's only been the last few days that the numbers have exploded so they sat may very well be a precursor of some very serious stuff we're looking at and you'd be prepare for another shutdown if back well I'm saying it it's not because people simply won't take it but businesses will shut down there is I I'm convinced of that well I know you're already seeing yeah I mean what's happening now is instead of a of a statewide or countywide order what's happening is as businesses find positive tests amongst their employees they're shutting down yeah I think there were three in palm desert yesterday to in Orange County and exactly that they shut down they sanitize the place they make sure everybody every all the workers are you know the healthy ones can come back and then they re open yeah the numbers are very strange I literally half of it the state's reporting increases twenty six states and then you have some states that are stable and some states they're actually decreasing so when the word hot spots is being used I get the very serious and the scientists haven't figured out why because you have situations where you had mass gatherings and the number of Kobe die cases a relatively low and then you have others where the numbers are are fairly high so it indicates that all you need is one or two super spreaders that are in any crowd or you need a whole bunch of people to go to the casino yeah and and have super spreaders they are in the casino yeah which leads us right into the next story Moscow.
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf arrested in California
"Stern former Cougars an NFL quarterback Ryan leaf was arrested Friday in palm desert California on suspicion of misdemeanor domestic battery he's scheduled to appear in court on
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf arrested in California
"Former NFL quarterback Ryan leaf has been arrested in palm desert leaf posted bail this morning and is now out of jail he was arrested yesterday on suspicion of misdemeanor domestic
"palm desert" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here in Ventura California you can always reach me Peter Peter Greenberg dot com with your name phone number question or problem will solve it right here and there was speaking to the honorable mayor of palm springs Jeff cores and as I said right before the break Mr mayor you're not from around here are you know grew up in New York but you've been here twenty years I've been here twenty years what what brought you here you know initially came down I took a what I thought was a couple months break from the law practice I was in and was renovating a midcentury house which at the time you never was discovering those old great houses that had been renovated for thirty forty years and bring it back to life my folks were in palm desert half the year from New York and that they're not doing that turned into a lot more years and it was just such a wonderful place to live and it's even better now for people who come to visit you what's the biggest surprise for them but they're not expecting I think they're expecting to spend the whole time at the pool and barbecuing and if they haven't been here before not for a long time amazed at how much there is to do all the great not just outdoor hiking and all the fun for parties of course but the great restaurants the shopping all the top notch entertainment that we get here in the desert I think that always surprises people and one of the things we're really proud of in palm springs is the hundreds of unique stores and restaurants we have that don't exist anywhere else in the world we started a program that I came up with called uniquely palm springs where we highlight all of those small unique only in palm springs businesses Goodison Craddick right because that's I know when I travel I don't want to go to a chain store that is not who you know at home or in any city I'm gonna go someplace warm to see things I can't see anywhere else and if we have a shop and I want to bring something back I can't get anywhere else although most American travelers are not exactly visionary their idea of an adventure trips to go to American branded hotel in order the cheeseburger thinking they're roughing it well that is most but not people who want to come to concerts and where we are right now is an interesting addition it is it is and you know this is a great casino and resort although they also have a casino right in downtown palm springs some people come to palm springs you can walk from most hotels right to the casino if you like gaming with great restaurants and really fun so and this one here has great entertainment great shows and that's what's so wonderful about palm springs you know when a major star comes or Broadway touring company comes here we can get tickets they don't sell out in ten minutes well you know a guy who knows a guy yeah well I think anyone can get tickets right bottom line though is this is not what I was gonna be looking like twenty years ago nothing like it what what what created that you know I think what happened in palm springs was the mid century movement it out last month in February we had modernism week you know a hundred thousand plus people come to to our mid century modern homes see the midcentury hotels you know we gave us started here Cardin who designed the first maxim Dickory in palm springs there's just so much great architecture and I think that's what started people coming here they fell in love with the architecture and our mountain and to be able to have both read the beautiful outdoor space three hundred and sixty days of sunshine but really unique architecture desert modernism that doesn't really exist like it does anywhere else in the world I think that's what started it and it just kept on growing and I think for side of prior city councils to me to really focus during the recession on tourism doing incentive programs to get new hotels like the Kimpton Rowan that doesn't exist anywhere else and really make that change when I first came here food here was prime rib and what they would call surf and turf we're done right that's changed too that's change I would say when I came here people would ask you know what are your favorite restaurants and I have to sort of think about it and now I really have to think about it not because there's so few but there are so many that's a real change all right so we're we going for breakfast you want a non vegan sure I know whatever you want well okay right now I'm reading mostly give let me give you what I would tell friends to go I know those other people those other people who I still love and adore so lose California bistro right in downtown palm springs set out on the patio watch everything everyone passed by great restaurant great for breakfast all right and when we ordering there well your New Yorker so you probably heard about I would order if you eat meat homemade corned beef hash with reproach shags and really process what state the results that you're going high tech you can see that in palm springs a lot people are on vacation really good really really good time and lunch lunch I go to Spencer's right at the tennis club at the mountain it's only two blocks off palm canyon other tennis clubs got history tennis club has great history think they're Morrow it's a great place you play and you look at the mountains and sometimes you have to put yourself that you actually get to do that and for me that I live here get to do that beautiful restaurant with a gorgeous outdoor patio filled with trees with heating and air conditioning so the patios open twelve months a year and a really special lunch my favorite on a special occasion Maine lobster Cobb salad still when I think of palm springs I immediately think of Maine lobster of course you do and dinner dinner right in downtown also Valerie's it's been here forty years French restaurant view the full patio with huge ficus trees and one of my favorite restaurants in the city and for will call fine dining what we're definitely call fine dining my favorite thing is to start with escargot and then the doctor with the figure cherry sauce whichever they currently have this is radio everybody but the mayor weighs two pounds so I hate it after that menu they have to take me out of the stretch run complete tennis with me tomorrow I'll do it okay mayor Jeff course right here in palm springs Mr mayor thanks for joining us thanks so much for your show we really appreciate to see with a lobster in the dark course where there I know that's what worries back with more from the outlook Ali at the resort casino and spa right here in Rancho Mirage California as I am travel continues with it without the doctor right after.
"palm desert" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"But I did in palm desert starts to stop this hour Hey but Hey buddy how you doing I'm good Bob this is taken again I'm very respectful Kobe Bryant great player and I think this is a general situation of people die is they kind of line item a little bit it's like what a big deal I think it's shocking nature because he's so young and it also plays into it but let's not forget there were other things in his past that people yeah I have probably heard on the news that if I brought it up so yeah credible rape allegation back thousand three in eagle Colorado aids obviously part of his story it's you know it doesn't it doesn't fit into the the story arc that date you'd like when it when someone does that to be honest with you I don't I don't really know what to do with that because it crosses your mind remember when he won the Oscar is almost awkward because you have all these you know a lot of meat to speeches that year and then Kobe when's the warden he gets a standing ovation there in Los Angeles and I I think if that had occurred at a different time in today's climate I I don't know how Kobe Bryant who recovers his if not his career then his marketability and his A. his popularity within the sport yeah very good point I mean he ended up where he could have been another RB one thing about having a different time exactly well you know I I think there are there differences between those two clearly and and thanks for the the call but at the you know II had one situation with Kobe Bryant they're in Colorado yeah I again it it's really it's hard because you don't know exactly what transpired there's five minutes in the hotel but you did the apology from Kobe Bryant after they settled outside of court I do think in today's climate it would be covered differently it might be viewed differently and other thoughts then I I I I just have on it is in the years since right we're going all the way back to two thousand three and you know let's say you know it if it if it was guilty of Kobe Bryant spent time in jail his career ended if if that was the case in and and you know the worst case transpired in that hotel room with the world would be better than it is today would be worse and I understated basketball player but he had a positive impact in the years since I I think that yes we've talked about tonight he became a role model through his work ethic intelligence I'm not only for athletes but for those who had a passion for something and wanted to pursue it he gave a road map of what it is to pursue something completely and tell our people to follow their dreams Phil also I think a role model in the way that he became such a dad for his daughters and seeing again him in in Gigi front road games and not only teaching basketball but surely more than that a connecting in that way and how important is to spend time even them the manner in which she dies doing very dad thing and taking her to games she could follow her passion it's obviously it's part of the story what happened in in eagle Colorado and you can't just bypass it and and move through it it's really it's hard to reckon with that within the the overall story of Kobe Bryant and what we're dealing with these those last couple of days Adam is next in Philadelphia what's up Adam thanks for taking my call the bridge is gone and Adam what's on your mind wives echo we but I'll be quick I know you probably have a bunch of calls behind but I'll say this you know I think about that guy he brought out the best in some of the most last a fair players when I think of Lamar Odom when I think of how this all yeah before they ever got to play with him and the one person that I think of the malls metta world peace slash Iran are dead you know a lot of people give Jordan so much credit for you know getting the ball occur against you talk for that seventeen footer but I mean Kobe in that game Boston wish warming and it was such a big possession at seventy six seventy five I think this war was beginning I don't remember they were up one and the I don't remember exactly how much time was on o'clock blues low man and Kobe yes the ball to run our cat for a twenty foot three run R. tennis he knocks down the game winning shot as we get the shot that I use is the game I mean you know if you can do that and then I in my opinion is he'll be remembered for like you say the achievement the the overage the like as an over achiever as for the work ethic and all the other stuff will fall out and as one of the great that died young and you know in our in our world is laughing also in our world those are the people that are remember the malls he pushed people there's there's no doubt about it and Preciado Adam and I think he had to learn the proper way to do it over the course of his coworkers EP brought people wrong way at times when he was a young player but he matured he developed in that way and then you know I I think he learned how to maybe you're still rubbing people the wrong way but doing it in a manner that is more productive yeah Michael Jordan to Michael Jordan Houston a break guys down in practice to be crying after some of those practices with him he could be so brutal with what he would say insults one whatever it took if you want to win in practice is well and I think both those guys want to drive their teammates the care about winning in the same way that they did which was possible but sure and that's that's part of it for Kobe as well eight eight five five two one two four two two seven or toll free number Leslie in Fort Lee is next day Leslie yeah hi Pete good to talk to you you know these last two days have been just in the dog days we were in a dark place has been dark depressing whatever you negative symbolism you can come up we would call these dead I mean him back to a lot of people when players fans coaches them is that but just over thirty to film a scene for just so bring it to the hook in the horse in your tongue gloss on the ground PDN doesn't just turning hard will happen I mean Kobe and his daughters Jana and an old people they were going for bass will game and next thing you know life changes with them for the worst and it was old and it's hard to accept this but you would hope you've been going to this new life I mean he's been voting is new life being a dad being advocate for women sports critically basketball mentoring young players are playing today's game like OJ Marmont you know it's hard to accept this was a dark day not only just Los Angeles not only in the NBA the P. is the impact there's no doubt about it across the world and I he was impactful and and and and Leslie thank you for the call in you see the influence he had on again so many different people players one Hollywood business moguls right I mean all across everybody paying their respects for Kobe Bryant the different walks of life undoubtedly but I think for anybody it just cuts close to home and to think about what his wife Vanessa could possibly be going through right now and Kobe's three other daughters as well and how how quickly things can happen I don't know when the news broke yesterday my wife texted me and she's got a big sports fan but obviously she knows all about Kobe Bryant thank you so I can't wait for you to get home and we can you know hug in the and when I did walk in the door it was it was late at night and when I shut the door the baby woke up by becoming a dad over the course of the last year and usually that Abbas I guy or gal I got a rock the babies sleep with the whole thing but last night it was like well I'm happy this app and I have a I get to really take in this moment and I think this is just one of those things that we all could take stock of what we're putting our time into and whether it's worth while whether it's the best use are we neglecting loved ones are around is even if unintentionally I think it's just one of those situations with it so that that at celebrity or a sports figure politician whatever it might be were you you sense the fragility of life and I think for a lot of people that is hit over the last thirty plus hours here since this news about Kobe Bryant because you know it's an athlete especially in a young athlete forty one years old in this physical issues there right I mean physically is a guy who was among the feel most dominant athletes in sports in the world for a long period of time is supposed to live for for decades and decades and decades and yet it can be taken away so very quickly even for someone like that.
"palm desert" Discussed on Eating For Free
"They're like, listen, this subculture moment. I wanna know like how their first of all, like able to get this money and like, well, don't you ever feel like all the old gays took all the nice jobs, and now the young. Like if it was like, I'm going to be like stuck like being a manager at urban outfitters for well, they'll literally, we went to that fucking villa in palm desert, and they were like multi, billionaire. And we were like, who are you those as like snagged the bags as from us, the bears that we're talking about in the story or the bears, we rented the house from in east, not need to talk about, no. But like what you saw the youth thought to yourself, circuit parties in the desert, have done wonders, me skin to house we were in was definitely used for that. You've ever leased once you ever go like, well, no, no. Go go like every once in a while. Like I'll go to hook up with throwing who's like, oh, because. And like, I don't discriminate and link, you'll go to their house and like all of a sudden, all of a sudden you're like very confused. Take an Uber somewhere, and I'm like, expecting like this house to be a duplex or something like also like the entire home in, wow, I walk up there was like like, literal, fucked. The guy like a bust of his body in his room. And. What? Okay. Now this on Claire like Rica moment. This was like it was literally like a knob hill, I think, or something. Own a house, and you had like a bus of his body and a like to think about it was like, wow, the wealth inequality. The gap is so large and they're all part of the line Crayeres. It's almost like the closer you get to the center of hetero normativity, the more accesses to wealth. I mean, we can talk about that, but by the layer we haven't even gotten to the final segment of this whole charade which is the deaths because it's plural. So this is what really struck people the three. So a lot of you have heard there are three people who have died because of this person. Some people say he killed three people, but I will say he did not kill three people. He is the cause of one person's death. So I could say it would be criminal manslaughter. However, the other one tank is I would say a direct cause of him. The third person is a result of actions he made, but he had no physical involvement with that death. Okay. So let's get into it. So the first death to happen was a man named Peter, dove AC. He was a fetishists and kind of acquaintance of Dylan's who was not up all a part of his harem. But he was in like the bear for art scene. He went by the username, get bigger and had a husband and sometime ago died of an embolism caused by a silicone injection. Now, I received this post that was from his husband and it said it was my partner Peter that was killed by the guy that Dylan referred him to. He died of a silicone embolism, not sepsis. Peter hated Dylan and only turn to him because he would know who to contact to get the procedure done himself. The guy who Dylan referred him to joke waiter, committess committed suicide. The day before the detective in charge of Pete's murder case was going to arrest him for manslaughter because his lawyer tipped him off. So. Hank goes, I know this guy who does all my injections, you should go to him to get your injections done. This man goes to get his injections done. Dies of an embolism and when the detectives investigating say, maybe this guy that digital procedure should get tried criminally for killing you. The man dies of a suicide and literally because his lawyer tipped him off. Again, this is when we got the next layer after it, ROY was like, what is going? So then the second death that everyone's talking about is joke, waiter himself, the injection est. So joke waiter was the person..
Cannabis Testing Standardization Company
"Waldrop is back from labs. Labs dot com. They are the cannabis testing and standardization company. There's only a few of many entire country. And of course, this is such an interesting investment vehicle. We're gonna spend a little time on it. But there is a premier provider of analytical testing advisory services research for the cannabis industry will create tabby long, man. How are you, sir? Good morning selling can see rusty again. You should be on interviewed with Krahn Berg, I told them on. There's a couple of shows I'm gonna put them on. And I told him that long. Well, I told him that that he's going to be on America trends with AB fuller. And I thought that he should be great on live high live. But here's the bottom line. When you see that? Well, I find this. I find this cap on the ground this weekend. I realize it's standardized branded recreational marijuana cigarettes like finding a pack of camels on the on the bottom. The difference is in the tobacco industry. You've got all kinds of warning labels. You've got all kinds of childproof packaging, and that's starting to come out. And you guys are part of that. So the people that didn't listen to you are hadn't heard you before and hadn't seen here. Talk about a little bit labs us because that's exactly the business. You're absolutely. Labs is the largest national testing company for cannabis operation and five states or in Massachusetts, Colorado and Florida. We also have operations in Edmonton Alberta, and our jobs or jobless ensure that cannabis is safe before it goes to public purposes. So that when you're going into Spencer, you know, what you're getting is going to be clean and easy for you to change. Bad stuff. You just go. Oh my God. This is poison or by the way. By the way, by the way. What is the bad stuff? What do you what do you guys testing for? And what are you standardizing specifically? Is. Wrong. And if you're a medical patient, you're looking for something that's pretty coat Brian hundred milligrams or more to treat whatever symptoms your. Recreational user never used it before he assured that it's small. Fade introductory those two and a half to five milligrams. But beyond potency, we're looking for things like impurities aspergillus mold mildew looking for has the size, sixty six. The state of California that we look for. If it's a like, you deserve it should've used item. Product, we're looking for residual solvents. We wanna make sure that there's nothing that can harm you as you put it on your body or e-consumer. So so so basically has there been a best practices gold standard for this? Are you guys sort of the pioneers recreating as the industry is growing? Correct. Absolutely. I mean gonna labs are. Independent body as it should firm that we have the best practices standardized practice across Delaware Fidelity's. And that's one of the. Oliver labs use the same methods. So whether you go to a lab and in Massachusetts, code elaborately, California, you know, then the product is the same and why it's also important reserve, and you mentioned that you have a cultivator here in only who's manufacturing that product for Willie's reserved. We'll probably a different cultivator, different license, either different state. So as a licensor like Willie's reserve, they wanna ensure the product is tested consistency. No matter where they sell the products. So they can take a little snippet of Willie's. Reserve mother plant and kind of go stick it on another plant. So they get the same strength. Hey, do you find fewer days on the plants that are grown indoor versus outdoor testing side, bugs and stuff outside and pesticides more. But indoor you wouldn't think you'd need pesticides and stuff. You wouldn't think? So you're right outdoor plants. We see anywhere from California right now. Tina twenty percent is. And that's just because of the way it was grown in Oregon went before regulation. The numbers were the same host regulation. We're down to two to three percent chance pesticides. A lot of cases. It wasn't the grammar small cross-contamination soil things like that. They didn't have any control over and unfortunately, the crop for impacting what other plant do they do this to? Yeah. Is there any? They should doing all the like broccoli am. I getting word affected broccoli chubby. Broccoli fact testing, isn't it? Instead of talking about the cannabis testing market. Do we have any numbers on me look at you've got billion dollar market? Moreover, recreational medicinal marijuana. Did anybody idea what the numbers are for Canada's? Jesse Margaret because that's obviously a moving target. But you guys are growing to be sure. Absolutely. As it continues to grow our numbers per. Fifty million dollars to one point four billion dollars. Just in North America. So is a huge marketplace. Just as cannabis cannabis alone is carrying over forty billion dollars over the next five years is going to grow side by side, one of the things to keep in mind. Sully testings mandated every single which we operate. So this isn't something. That's a nice to have is must have in all the jurisdictions. I want one are you franchising out or something a little? Like a food truck pulls up a lab truck pull up to your farms in why do you need it? Forty billion dollar tidal wave of money that's coming through start start a lab coat on doctor Russ gesture we'd Dr rooms are there are there. Are you starting up other? Facilities. Hurry up talk about talk about your labs itself. Have you last by the way, his name is well Waldrop he is the CEO of ink EV. I is their stock symbol. They are publicly traded in labs is the name of the company cannabis and hemp testing services talk about the lab at self. How'd you guys start? How'd you get into the business? Absolutely. Back in two thousand fourteen started a state of Oregon. It was the first date of any size g-go legal both medically and recreationally that had a mandated program. I know the Colorado was very first date washing right behind Oregon made perfect sense forever. You to move into and we've been focusing on growing those key markets right now is the market to be in right now we have a land in Berkeley, California fully updated with the latest Shimadzu equipment. We're soon open for lab and humble in the largest growing area in the world. And then we'd be focusing in California palm desert, Los Angeles, Orange County and the city. The city opposed to Mesa so we're really focused right now in California as you everyone knows in recreational January first of this year to two billion dollar medical economy pillow angel six billion dollar economy recreational the next four
"palm desert" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Jillian barberie and john phillips and very happy monday to you at three zero six in the morongo casino resort and spa studios john phillips and lexus garcia in for gillian how are you good i feel delirious from the heat oh my god still my god this weekend i was in the coachella valley is i am on most weekends and i was in the car about six oh we get off the air at six on wheels up six oh to you're out of here in a hurry so i was texting back and forth with a friend of mine who lives in palm desert and she told me electricity just went out my it was a hundred and eighteen degrees in palm desert time for the electricity to guard yes okay so she said that it got to be about one hundred degrees inside her condo almost immediately to the four seasons or will not the four seasons maybe the best western sit in one of their air conditioned rooms well she said that her garage door where she had a car parked was electronic where she had to hit the button doors open up and she didn't know how to open it up manley so she was freaking out because she stuck at her house it's over one hundred degrees indoors it's one hundred eighteen degrees outdoors she couldn't use her car because it was stuck inside the garage so i'm on the phone with her and i said well what are you going to do and she said well a sitting in my car in the garage that i turned it on got the ac right terrible and i said well i don't know anything about chemicals but i do know that if you do that you better have a will that's ready to go because you're not going to be with us in about forty five minutes so she gets out of there and then a bunch of us go and we we have dinner we eat by the way at the restaurant is packed so we eat outdoors on the patio under the ministers and she goes back because the power is supposed to be turned back on at ten o'clock the power doesn't get turned back on until eleven thirty probably takes a few hours to cool everyday down yes so we have another friend who lives in her complex and she was staying at his place until the power was turned back on in her unit so he goes to bed she gets back to her house turns the a c as much as she can goes to bed it goes out again at three o'clock in the morning but she's too embarrassed to call me or my other friend and so she just drives around the valley for our he doesn't want to wake anyone out no it's crazy i think i even saw in irvine it was hotter and irvine than it was in duck valley i believe it was torture terrible we're going to talk to rick dicker fox eleven he's certified broadcast meteorologist coming up later on in the hour but first the top news in the country as the country's gonna get a new supreme court justice named tonight or a nominee at least named tonight the president is going to speak to the country around six pm local time lebron decision type tv event he really is interesting we know the four finalists we know who's on the short list and according to roy blunt who's a senator from missouri he says that any of them are going to get confirmed because the republicans have the votes and republican senators are happy with all four that's interesting joining us to talk about this is andrew stalled man who's a chicago federal court litigator you can get on twitter at stoughton nineteen seventyone andrew thanks so much for joining us anytime john so the.
"palm desert" Discussed on KSRO
"An air conditioner will work quite nicely but you may find also that an air conditioner doesn't lower the humidity level adequately and that you may need a whole house dehumidification unit i remember dom deluise had a water problem of from front planter had been over watered and deciding got wet and all of that and he was running five portable dehumidifiers throughout his home and running around the house changing these reservoirs and then finally we got with the folks at april air and they installed a whole house dehumidifier for him and boy what a difference that was so happy people who've never seen a large dehumidifier operate would would be amazed at saying you know a gallon of water collected every several hours simply being squeezed out of the air in the house right it's quite amazing quite an and the water the water looks pretty drinkable yeah so so someone might say well what's the difference between an air conditioner and a dehumidifier and that is how they handle both heat runoff yeah the air conditioner continues to generate cool air the dehumidifier makes certain that the air temperature doesn't change if the air is warm then the dehumidifier brings it back to the same warmth hair conditioner continues to condition the air and cooler and cooler and cooler while getting rid of the water so that's the basic difference in how temperature is affect right and air guys i'm stated earlier conditioners grain moisture outside using a condensate line where dehumidifiers drain moisture into a reservoir but a whole house can drain into a condensate air conditioner an air conditioner takes the moist air and passes it to the outside that's correct and the same is true with the dehumidifier i understand that passes it to the outside gas so should you use an air conditioner and dehumidifier well while it may seem like they serve the same function dehumidifiers are distinct from air conditioners for one key reason since they're smaller and less costly to operate you can run them all day an air conditioner only pulls humidity out of the air wallets cycled on and while you could set the thermostat on instead of auto to have it collecting all day you'd certainly be in for a surprise when you've got your utility bill unless you live in the great northwest where trinity dirt cheap or in palm desert where it also is dirt cheap so if you're feeling a little sticky maybe there's a dehumidifier in your future and if you'd like.
3 picketers hit by vehicle during UC strike near UCLA
"Protesting i should get to the end of the blood story though right we didn't really wrap it up with a nice little bow about what had happened because we did figure out what had happened what happened well we figured out that rich murata had a little cut on his arm that it bled blood pretty good from that from that cut it's a small cut but the blood was flowing but he's fine we got band aid on the bleeding has stopped right and see if that guy has gotten back to us it was like a a mystery wrapped in a i'm sorry i screwed up the line i'd say it's like a mystery couched in a riddle csi because i had to get the paper on the blood to see if in fact it was blood and not like motor oil right and it was it was fresh blood sorry when we come back speaking of csi few cold cases that have been solved in the last couple of days because of dna if you've killed someone and you got away with it the dna technology has caught up to well a lot of guys a lot of people i would be very nervous about it the golden state killer was just the beginning during channel will continue monica rix has update on the news hey syphilis is bringing a bunch of health officials together today in palm desert their meeting this afternoon to talk about syphilis spike in the coachella valley the average syphilis rate there is thirty two per one hundred thousand people statewide sad rates of spice forty five percent in the past five years a van crash outside of a dutch newspaper building is being called an attack on the free press man rammed a van into the newspaper's headquarters in amsterdam this morning then set the car on fire and jumped into a getaway car at accused drug kingpin joaquin guzman known as el chapo he's back in federal court today for a hearing he's a accused of ordering hits on thousands of people as head of a drug cartel and shipping several tons of cocaine from mexico to the us he has pleaded not guilty whether in this hour of kfi.
"palm desert" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Really on first baby i baby then i had it thirty two so i got pregnant thirty one that's what i wanna do so put goodbye out your turning thirty one on tuesday i'm thirty i turned thirty one on tuesday i'm thinking of writing up thirty one till i'm about to turn thirty two ish and that's good i yeah so i'll start trying the second half thirty one and then i made if you've got the husband and you've got the money which you do it's just career i don't wanna be side here's the thing you have no idea how quickly it goes and it's better that you are on tv and oughta major corporation that you get knocked up then if you're not okay i'm leaving i wish i had one more on chelsea really i mean yes and no right now they're really easy but sometimes i'm like oh there was another one that was like you know a right now that'd be kind of fun when did you get married how old weeks before it turned thirty twenty nine i got married two weeks before i turned twenty eight yeah yeah i got the we just hit two year oh god when did the baby thing happened for rail also too i wanna baby yes you do i do right but then i'm like when babies come near me i'm like ooh but i but i totally respect women that no they don't and i'm like i think i'm not on that line my sister was going through it and she has two kids now you know our ten and eleven eleven fourteen but like when she was going through it you know shoot a neighbor they were like this fabulous couple and they didn't want kids and they had like this cool chills out in palm desert so those cool i pump desertlike shaky house with like shh no cabinets shelves you know just like really computer shit cling.
"palm desert" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Swarm of bees in palm desert on tuesday morning i guess that's california riverside county four people were swarmed by bees one victim made it made it inside his house and two others managed to safely reach the medic unit whatever that is firefighters located a fourth victim in an outdoor pool so obviously he just dove into the pool and tried to keep his head underwater philly until the b's got tired of waiting for him this to surface woman police news here woman climbs tree on saga trail when coyotes close in a woman was forced to climb a tree at break heart reservation in saugus is coyote started closing in on her and her dog she told the nine nine one one dispatcher the woman was hiking with her labrador named near at named abby on the ridge trail when she encountered the coyotes and retreated to the safety of a nearby tree while speaking with the dispatcher the woman said at least one coyote was about four hundred feet away i love how you're trying to burn through all of grace's good police blotter facts just because you're not going to be here she didn't even a real solid four hundred feet away and staring at her forward feet away that's that's a football field and another thirty yards what grace it's so obvious you're just trying to run through them all i'm not going to be here let me read all the police blotters on wednesday before grace can do the one greece is going to have like three stories well she already read the one i know already pulled about the guy the the the dixon illinois school safety officer shooting the guy who came to school with a gun rich ronald reagan's hometown you're like sabotaging your own show because you're not going to be here.
"palm desert" Discussed on Rich Bitch
"Yeah yeah yeah and it's just it's just amazing so so that's something that i do and then again as as we talked about like play you know i love pranking people like that makes me because i so i love i love that i love like nature like mother nature i i've hired some really amazing coaches and euros in in the past but no one has taught me as much as mother nature has you know her ability to be patient to be abundant to be supportive to be whatever and so like the vibration of mother nature is like what i want to be like sounds weird by you know that feeling like i got onto the ocean and i'm like oh my god this is like it just automatically makes you feel amazing right and so so yeah it's like i learned i learned one of my greatest lessons from from other nature suspending as much time in nature as possible like giving now we're out in palm desert right now and it just like i just sat you know on the whatever the couch out there and i just looked up to the mountains like oh my god some so mazing right i'm just like being around like quiet nature it's god's super fulfilling for me and and giving a love i love i love that you know like and that doesn't always i mean money you know it doesn't always mean money it could mean like i love sending balloons to people that i don't know like we have we so when people have my new address i can't wait i can't wait for these balloon people fill out their dress like when they apply for the society there should vacation program they they put their dress in there and i said people balloons non sleaze.
"palm desert" Discussed on Rich Bitch
"Yeah well i'll start off by saying when we're hiring coaches and people to guide us make sure you look at their entire life and make sure you want to emulate their entire life not just the business portion of their life okay i hired coaches where i'm like okay guys about us and business don't like anything else about his life his relationship sucks yet and i'm like that to a hit because i because his it was our values we're not align right and so when we're talking about like intuitive marketing it literally does come down to that like visceral yes in the body and visceral no in the body and if if you're listening to that in like what what what are you talking about there's a really great exercise that i use and i use my was i really starting to understand like visceral intelligence and how my body like communicates me and it's just like asking myself definite yes question like is my name m am i in palm desert and just like feeling how my body wreck side there's a lightness there's an ease yes and then asking myself a definite no question so that's how we can start to like really understand how you guys can do this literally as you're listening to this podcast right now like we can we your body's communicating our body always knows right the gut is like the second brain and so so when it comes to marketing we can get so caught up in doing things the right way right like oh gary v did this and i'm going to do this or any lead to this and i'm going to do this we can get so caught up in that but the fact of the matter is like everyone is different in everything is different attack and that you used may not work for me because i'm a different person my audience in person i have a different product sector set etcetera etcetera and so we have to truly this this is the the biggest piece that we have to trust that would feel good as the right answer without actually knowing why always riding so two weeks ago i was sitting with my team i team down in san diego were sitting at my kitchen table and the thought of running retreats this year made me wanna like barf in my own auf.
"palm desert" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro
"This report an multiculture you women of color no i mean multicultural and that was my first fight the second fight was um as i hustle to get this establish what one client said to me a very well meaning guy a good for now okay when did this sounds great but what a three hundred and fifty women going to do in the desert by the child without men at this conference you're dinosaur already and i mean i just my hair was automatically settled by and i thought to myself will show you what we're gonna do 'cause my first one was in palm desert and he at the time could not path of three hundred fifty women getting together that didn't belong maybe to us worthy or church group or social organisation doing business that way multicultural women with each other and so the hustle for this was always this is my dream i'm gonna do it and i'm gonna hustle it through corporate sponsorships registrations and likeminded women helping me around the country and and that's how i did it now what you're describing was that your first ever odyssey network experience because will touch on that in a bit but it that first gathering yes so the the hustle the side hustle came in near because i was running a com call center for medicare so the second or third business i had i've had some meaning kerry meme but uh i had a business call health telomere mentioned it system and while that business was going on.
"palm desert" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Like a little one was like a almost like a short trailer for a movie hold on the white house i agree i know that like stood out with there was one about the situation out in in like the palm desert area the dead sea would not the did see we are like the horrible environmental shit that's going on over there with all the dead fish i recognize it because one time we were out there and peter's like let's surface place out and was disgusting and then i was like yeah remember when we went on vacation and they just in jack better of how gross it was like so that was was if you would like to if there was just thought do animated why there was an animal there was this a couple of weird things and i'm like oh my god like how long is or what are we gonna get to that and we to the dogs which is horrible like with our show horrible but really important n a and a really great thing that they've done so it is that i was so glad to see a because i was like i had had i not been the kind of put in that situation to watch it i really wouldn't have been aware and there's so many people that aren't aware what's going on over there yeah so that's super impressive that that's well i just want to say i don't they're gonna show any of that coming up but my friend sat down before me and she sat down and you then you guys all sat down and then i sat behind you guys so i just want the viewers to know that if i am featured in the movie i was not trying to leg whereas waldo it at sick beheaded really extra really yeah it was but i was thrilled i was so thrilled i was like holy shit.
"palm desert" Discussed on Adlandia
"I'm off my game too no you're not as true people are going to have to start making content i think we're gonna be talking about this for a long time when you program for everyone you program for no i think it's that were purpose driven platform like we're trying to get to substance how is that do you happy with that yeah this is marketing therapy rate they've really is what's up on laura currency and i'm alexa christon welcome back to adlan dea we don't know what episode were on i think it's three 2018 three three of yet three into twenty eight t i'm so proud of alexa for coming into the studio today oh sick you guys she's like you don't have the paying you'll have like other starspangled banner the super bowl cla pink she had the flu els you're not spreading lots and jews out during the super bowl guess what i was doing sleeping okay sleep and you must three for three i'm sick three times in 2018 already well hopefully this is the anita limido nieto many people say that i'm contagious so take that as you will um but that said 2018 we are kicking it off so much change is happening in the industry that we will be opening of the iab annual leadership meeting out in palm desert california next week though as their the 13th of you have in our books your ticket bucket yeah come join us i think that it's going to be a lot of really good conversations and i think that i be this year is doing something different than they've ever done they're having a lot of kind of 'upandcoming brands i staged talking about what it means to be a twentyfirst century brand and they're going to be the ones talking while lot of i think legacy brands are going to be also talking but in the audience participating right so we're excited talk to brands i glossy a we're gonna see a way out there excited see our girl rachel tip of graph in action on or off the island knowledge with tmobile so a lot of exciting conversations a mashups of different types of brands on stage sort will be definitely an interesting dialogue and they'll have people.
"palm desert" Discussed on KPCC
"In the desert ends a local philanthropist and a catholic parish in palm desert but up a quarter of a million dollars for that shelter federal environmental regulators have announced walmart will pay to reduce air pollution at several schools in the la area part of a settlement over a state air pollution violations by walmart's truck fleet in california it will upgrade its trucks with diesel particulate filters and pay three hundred thousand dollars for air filtration systems at schools in the ports of la in long beach sam atwood with the southcoast air quality management district says those filters will be in place by early next year we are in the process of getting these trucks cleaned up but in the meantime a good uh stopgap measure his two outfits school classrooms with filters so that students can breathe clean air in their classrooms so walmart representative tells kpcc the company is pleased with the settlement they've now retired nineteen truck said well violated california pollution laws the was general services administration also reached a settlement with the epa over alleged pollution violations the federal agency must pay a penalty and add filters to its diesel fleet in california of the olympics aren't coming to los angeles for another eleven years but you know it's never too early to start planning that's a thinking of la metro it's tackling a long list of major highway in transit projects before the game ames arrive at story from kpcc's mega mccarty corinne it's called the 28 by 28 plan a list of twenty eight essential road in transit projects that metro wants to finish by 2020 28 within half of the projects are already scheduled for completion using the measure m sales taxes approved by la county voters last year already lined up are a light rail to la acts the purple line wilshire subway to westwood heather regional connector in downtown la the plan also calls for accelerating eight other measure ram projects that includes a subway under the support for the pass a light rail between artesian downtown and an expansion of free way tolling of course all of this costs money metro hopes to work with private companies to fill in the funding gaps and is already reviewed proposals to do just that but congress is proposing changes to the tax code that could complicate the 28 by 28 plan one change would do away with an important incentive for private public projects the metro.
"palm desert" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"It actually what really well we had a good turned out of people um it was then palm desert so is getting pretty hot already but we saw the great turnout of people and i tried to sneak out about six in the morning and cash wanting to go with me so you know he came and is the cameras and need it all of its scratching with me and the warren i then we walk you know because obviously not a runner but uh it was great then we'll have some uh like fresh june's back there and hung out and get club well here's the question i know i know you were you were saying you're not a rudder so so as far as the run ten i alfort into this did we get was it like a run to walk five or one run five walk five was it like a walk 9 and running water was a just let's walk the whole thing well so i made the mistake of leaving for palm springs with out my stroller though i probably got about a mile an with cash on my health before i turn around and was like i can't even do that so i made the terrible that there's an of walking with a thirty pound child on my hip but about the time i got back all the runner to brown their way back so it took me about this time though it worked out for me i worked out perfect right so i don't know you nearing runners so that was and if my youth killed like i didn't bring the stroller but with a genuine like mom mistake but it worked out in my favour well i've never understood strollers either because mike i don't know how your son is but i know my daughter when she was at age we had a stroller but also was was to carry all your crap because shoot smell her illness it was just you'd go to disneyland with the stores like all the store ashes where you put all your crap because the kids never actually in it they're always on your hip for your arm right.
"palm desert" Discussed on K-News The Voice of the Valley
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