22 Burst results for "Pleasanton"

"pleasanton" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"That's what is interesting if we take can offer. They did these unpleasant feet. They tell us they do. It will be taken over by unpleasant and we still think then pleasanton. They did it. That's what they recovered abacha. Can we just say oh. It's dan and he goes but often needs really can eat. Amplify is negative Really empty especially with perception because association we associated with pain of the past and pain of the future because that's also something in the tax bill that talk about ninety from the past two ninety from the president for ninety from the future. That was all incredibly interesting and just so that. I make sure that i understand the terms correctly. Contact in a technical meditative sense means just simply something has happened. Something has arisen. In the mind veda or tonality is the feeling tone is. It's either pleasant unpleasant or neutral and the perception is just the mind's capacity to know what it is you're flipping through the i've heard it. Described perception is like the mind is flipping through its past experiences to figure out. Oh yeah that's a fire engine. That's the sound of a bird so it is simply just knowing what something is and we can be mindful of each of these as they happen in meditation which then of course has consequences for how we act.

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"pleasanton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Wasn't doing that twenties. Okay. All right, Let's let's explore this. Okay. Now let's get into denominations. You're a big face. $100 guy you saying Steve is just gonna come out with twenties or is it going to be like You know, like a grandfather, like, Let me see how much change I got here in my pocket money, Maybe a mess with my guy now, just killing it now. Steve's really be He's generous, Although I don't I can't see either of us. Well, Stephen with the least likely to be passing $100 bills. I don't think there's any doubt about that. I don't know where. Andre I think Andre would be totally cool with it. They would probably handed out the hundreds and it really for me. They play the National championship on a Monday So for me independent of my football weekend, when it could be hundreds you could be could be could be more than that and down, you know? It might be one of those okey doke rolls with hundreds on the outside is a bunch of ones on the inside. Oh, no, no, not that showed up in the air. Go get him, fellas. CIA make it rain. Yeah. Ah, ah, And those ones could be useful. Sometimes you do tell you're going. We're going so I think those air fives nowadays I have no idea. But price inflation gets everywhere. I think things are Things have suddenly opened up here, so I don't really you know what? Never mind. Dennis ran a hand quarks up football. Do you know what we're going to get back to, you know, get back on track, and we're not going to be just all wild. Did you make it really talk about gambling on football? We're going to bring this thing back to a nice, peaceful spot. Did this right hand joining us next here? Did you make it rain on KNBR 1045 and six Ponderosa home sales offices are open Thursday to Sunday. 10 a.m. to 5 P.m. at Sycamore in Pleasanton, Elissa Gary Ranch and Tracy and now the reserve and Pleasant Hell, Go to Ponderosa homes dot com. California dairy number 01257567 Silicon Valley Rex from the Children out about a traffic desk South found 17 at South bound 85 South found 85 before Camden that one has traffic backed up to just before highway 17. Typical.

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"pleasanton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A company to be stuck in endless video meetings and chats all day learn more at base camp dot com all right really even but here's your moment of economic context and the week it's pretty quick just take care of yourself that's it this economy is us so stay safe out there would you our theme music was composed by BJ liederman marketplace is executive producer is ninety four valley Nancy Cassidy is the managing director of news vice president general manager on Monday this is a pia well as a protest against police violence erupt across the state with a look back at how a killing in Oakland more than a decade ago hell sparked the movement we're seeing today the California report magazines coming up next but before we go there we're gonna head down to the peninsula with Julie dovish as Millo Park in the sand hill road offramp from northbound too weighty that ramp is blocked fire crews are there trying to clean up an earlier car fire you have some protest activity near Los Gatos high B. seventeen at Santa Cruz Avenue they have the on an off ramp shut down in a demonstration in Pleasanton is close Santa Rita road between Black Avenue and valley Avenue and till six o'clock to the devilish working queue we D. thank you Julie and traffic support comes from San Matteo credit union and support for KQED comes from T. mobile for business T. mobile and sprint are joining forces building a five G. network with more reliability that will cover.

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"pleasanton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Go from Fidel in Pleasanton at two two oh five Tracy Julie deckers were KQ weedy I'm Judy Woodruff on the next news hour another critical test how do we determine who has antibodies to covert nineteenth that's Friday on the PBS newshour stay tuned for the news hour this afternoon at three o'clock I'm Marco Werman you're with the world in Chinese politics today is a big one the kickoff of the annual meeting of the national people's Congress the gathering is seen as the most important political event of the year even though the legislative body mostly rubber stamps decisions already made by the communist leadership this year's meeting was delayed by two months because of the corona virus and of course the pandemic is a big topic there as the world looks to see what China will do next we're joined by Rebekah cancer from Sean hi one of the world's Asia correspondent Rebecca give us a sense of why the annual Congress is so important and what is the top line message leadership is sending this year number one everyone's really looking at okay what's the what's the GDP every year in P. C. they always say what the expected GDP growth is going to be and they're going to talk about different policies that they're going to put in place it's a time to sort of see everyone all the delegates together and for journalists at the usually a time to be able to get a little bit of inside look at what's going on so let's start with the economic piece of this puzzle the world seems headed toward a recession from the corona virus pandemic and one of the big pieces of news you cut tip to that side of the Congress is that this is the first year Beijing is not set growth targets with the government basically wants people to produce the coming year so how important are these goals of the Chinese people what could it mean that this year there are no targets well yes so he could turn his senior number two behind as she can ping he said out right we are not going to set a growth target women Mayo to tool Cheney had seen Jesus will change so what he's saying is basically because of the pandemic this is a very uncertain economy and we just can't make a a growth target this year this is the first year in decades that China's growth actually contracted and so that just as a signal that okay there's a there's a lot of work to be done and it could be a setback because side China has a school you know several your goal of eliminating poverty and that's gonna probably set back the school a bit how important are those with targets in the minds of the Chinese people does that leave workers in limbo without these targets you know it sets the mood for the country right so in the past it was always like okay is it six percent seven percent and you know just people's feeling was always a very optimistic feeling and so to say we're not setting a growth target that's very telling for just for me like I okay so there's gonna be some uncertainty then there is the political peace Hong Kong especially in focus here a China unveiled a new national security law that seeks to limit freedoms in Hong Kong what's going on there the Chinese government in Beijing has been I think trying for years to get the Hong Kong legislature to sort of pass this national security law that would make it more under Beijing's control and it's never really gone through because there's been a of course a lot of people protesting what's going on this year is there saying okay we're going to implement a national security law for for Hong Kong the pro democracy legislators in Hong Kong were not very happy so today in legislature there was protest of people holding signs saying you know Hong Kong.

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The Tech Guy: Emails bouncing

The Tech Guy

05:47 min | 2 years ago

The Tech Guy: Emails bouncing

"In Pleasanton. Thank you Kim. Hello Jim I Leo. How're you I'm great? How are you? I got something here? I wanted to find out what time it is in by Kava Belgian Congo. That is to smoke. That is a blast from data. That's something I had saved to my computer back when DOS was only at three letters exactly. Yeah I started doing this show in the early nineties with John C John was little. Add he get bored. So I I gave him some sound effects start collecting them and that was that big ended up being his favourite. I think our signature sound effect for the longtime couldn't figure out where it came from was from an old dennis. The menace episode. Dennis finds a shortwave radio. And that was that was what he heard on his short rate. I didn't know where it came from. Either but I used to manage a bunch of Sun workstations and servers and I learned how to transmit audio to the servers and these guys would be sitting there doing nothing. I'd play that for. You are funny man. It has a life of its own. Well it's so nice to talk to you that means you've been listening to me rattle on for well back. Then was new. Yeah practically thirty years Lee. Moly IT WAS. It was different. Wasn't it in those days? It was windows. Three one one windows for workgroups it was dos and then we had things like floppy disks. And you don't we didn't have. We really didn't have the Internet. That's what it was. That changed everything. It was where I worked. We had Cloud service in Sunday. You don't know where to go when there's a lot of fun anyway. I'm having trouble. I WANNA keep you here but My female. I manage A bunch of People retirees from where I used to work in around me around four hundred people now and then getting messages from US Jimmy L. Which is fine but now. I'm getting measured. Says there was a problem and delivering your message and Known as recipients server did not accept our request to connect now. I have a question for you on that. So there's two possibilities was it an actual email that you sent or your clients sent. I sent but it is one. You can see the email that you tried to send because one time that happens to a lot of people and you may have seen this also because spammers or notorious for using your email address never going to use their email address in the return. Sure so when they send out a million emails and your in your address is the return address. You'll get a certain number of bounce backs. That's that's just internet background noise. But but if it's an actual email that you tried sending have you actually sat down and tried resetting that email and watch it and see it come bouncing back and you're sure an extra actually? It'll it'll do that over a period of days because it will tell me trying. Yeah it'll keep trying and you're sure you have a proper email address right. It's an existing. Email address is is one particular host you're sending to well I'm sending to There's four of them that gives me trouble. One of them is earthlink link. The other one's mind spring was Netcom. And then there's another one people peach or something but it's no accident that all of those are really old. Isp's yard that's right. That's right there. Seems to be a commonality. All of that. And we retirees your all of your. Yeah all of your email addresses. G Mail is of course run by Google and his run very well by Google G. Mail adheres to all the modern standards. So I I don't know why mine Spring Mind Spring. Wow there's a blast from the past earthlink dot com. I don't know why they're refusing mail from G mail it. It probably means that those people aren't getting a lot of males since almost you know everybody uses g mail now and you know if the other way around I might understanding because g mail in order to reduce spam a good inbound emailer. We'll do a lot of things like reverse. Dns they'll do some authentication things like SPF and stuff and they may refuse mail from a server that doesn't identify properly. You know doesn't records or something like that. Yeah that sounds to me like earthlink. Netcom and mine. Spring are miskin figured in some strange. I've done this for years and all of a sudden on me. This started to happen. A May fifth for whatever reason it sounds to me like I would guess because again. Google is very modern inch. And it's probably that on May fifth. They flipped a switch for some new standard that mind spring net common and earthlink. Aren't currently adhering to GonNa have to do some research. I think he emailed. Who Do I email that? Earthlink man earthly. Yeah Yeah admitted it would probably do it. earthlink. Yeah it's something they're doing and you know what if it's happening to you? It's happening a lot so they'll likely fix it. I'M GONNA I'm a little research. Keep listening if you

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"pleasanton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:08 min | 2 years ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In Pleasanton high ad I mean are you this morning I'm well what's on your mind so I just want to comment I have two sons were both in high school once a freshman one senior and a senior takes a little bit more time but the freshman he gets his work done you know in in like an hour or less every day and I was talking with a neighbor about her son is also a freshman she said her son commented that it's much easier now because the teachers aren't in the way and they can just get the work done okay so it sounds like you had it's actually been a fairly positive experience and overall I mean the hardest part is once you spent that our you can not be an option here the rest of the day doing other things but the hardest part is just yeah because he's like well I've got my work done so I'm done yeah it's just it's just difficult yeah it should be an expert at some of those gains by now as well thanks for that and I mean Alice Phillips one of the things that you talked about was rather than trying to maintain this like you sort of routine schedule of things that you may need to what you call chunk up your schedules that there are just certain times of the day when you're doing things but that it should not necessarily be just one and done this is this thing yes I I think it's really important to realize that home is still home and we're all different at home than we are at work than we are at school okay and I think when students walking to school you know they have a mindset of like okay I'm here I know I'm supposed to do here the same way when we go to work so I think it's this adjustment to they are home so it's gotta be a whole different schedule and our teachers our school recommended you know keeping some of the non negotiables like getting the work done is that a gentleman just said and but then also having some choice time and they can maybe make a list of things they like to do with their choice time and maybe work no more than thirty minutes at a time and then have some choice time that'll give them some ownership if they and some by and if they have their own choice time and you know if the parents aren't home obviously they're probably doing their own choice time but the parents who are home can look like shared with them about this well this is no rights do you have any ideas for creative learning projects that kids can take up during this time I mean giver telly ideas for creative learning projects but I would also say creative learning projects that you could use some fairly available household items because you know you are limiting how much you go out these days to go to the store and things like that yes I think you know Amazon is starting to slow down shipments of nonessential items of getting specific items with getting it get more difficult for a little while but every household has unlimited learning potential in it but specially if you're connected to the internet but even if you aren't the possibilities of working just with cardboard and taped your create projects that are driven by the child's interests starplex last complicated physics and engineering challenges they will focus on because they wanted to work so getting a Marvel two runs down the track and knock over a book the way that they saw on my YouTube video and that he is itself just a wonderful place to start and it has no end there's no sense of being done they will continually self provoked to more complicated so the components in additions to these kinds of projects so when they when they start with those familiar materials suddenly they start to see there's a whole world of possibilities there's a there are a lot of resources online in terms of how what types of projects you can do lots of examples beautiful photographs but sometimes they can get a little overwhelming how do you manage not getting bogged down in all of those potential resource it's on your cabinets and while we try to reconnect with you on that I'm sorry hi I was I think already and so this is the time to tap your personal network there are people that your child loves at that you love that have skills on time that want to share them so figuring out how to do that I think it's a great idea with my family my mother has been sharing her love of art with my daughters and doing some art classes so pick resources based on something that the mutual interest and then you can really kill two birds with one stone and strength in your child's relationships while you also have them learning about something new let's go to Madeline in Santa Maria hi Madeleine good morning how are you I will go right ahead I just wanted to share first of all a shout out to miss Hatcher down in riverside about forty years ago when I was in second and third grade I went to Madison and Jefferson elementary I wanted to just say that I I second her opinion that they should be looked at as an opportunity rather than necessarily focusing on all the disadvantages I think there are also some advantages for example I've been to some board meetings at my local school district which is the orchid unified school district here in southern Santa Maria and there's been a lot of complaints from teachers about behavioral problems class sizes and so forth I'm not an educator I'm not trained as an educator but I would think that those would not be as daunting given the circumstances I've learned a lot from my home schooling friends about what to do in that situation they have been very limited online resources from my particular district and so I've been really relying on other people online and and in my circle to kind of guide me in this and we've been doing really short bursts of activity a lot of reading a lot of cooking I have a nine year old son does a lot of physical activity and outdoor stuff building projects and things like that I equity issue though what's the most helpful advice that you received from your circle about how to do I'm learning at this time meddling well the expectations thing definitely the patience with oneself and your kids can take don't feel like you have to cram things into their brain and and a short time span just short bursts of learning whenever the opportune moment presents itself that was probably the best advice and I just couldn't take advantage of the time to spend I understand people you know are still working I'm I have the luxury of working at home right now hi I understand it can be really difficult and I am very much awaiting my school district's soft launch quote unquote of their distance learning next week which is then in my opinion it's been a little and timely but in any event but we're making the best of it and I think that again there's a lot of opportunities to be had here to revolutionize the way we look at education and maybe tackle finishes thanks so much appreciate hearing from you thank you have a good one well this is your tweets for the parents who work on the front lines of this pandemic how are they managing to help their kids to school I'm thinking of grocery workers medical personnel Alice Phillips any thoughts well I think that came to mind as we have many many students whose parents don't speak English and they are not able to help them with their school work so I'm not it's not that they're not able to teach them things in their in their native language so I'm hoping that's happening but I I know which school they're very frustrated because they depend on the kids coming to school to learn from the teachers because they're not able to help them with their work we'll have the rights but I've always found successful is to stop trying so hard to teach the kids the formality is completely unnecessary and we're so bought into this when I stop this and became truly interested in my kids they taught me Richard writes for the principal on your show how many of her students have neither computer nor internet access and what's being done for those students Christine Hatcher were you able to provide all the students in west Contra Costa the elementary school in your district with computers and internet access the workers across unified is as cool district that has a one to one initiative forcing so most of our students have gone home with a tablet for those students that didn't have tablets we are still in the process of procuring them so yes we every student who needed that need the tablet will be able to get a tablet in terms of internet access what we what is been really helpful is that municipalities have kind of step that we provided hot spot to students there are some internet providers that are providing free internet access until at least until the end of the school year I mean so like if I could switch hats right as a parent I see thing I actually see things the same way as I do an educator so if we're talking about issues of equity in kids not having internet access then that's something we need to kind of take that as as a as a body of a larger body right every student should have access regardless of whether they are able to pay for it or not that should be as much of a tool as a as a school book so that that's something we kind of take two politicians why isn't this accessible to students I also think like as a parent my god we live in the bay area this is like a hotbed of innovation why are we talking about whether or not kids can have tablets why are we not why are we talking about whether or not kids can have internet I mean I think that's like a larger question not necessarily to be tackled in this moment but in unexpected kind of the benefit of the school shutting down is we are finding that different companies like some of these cable providers internet providers are providing us access to things that previously both might have had to pay for to make sure that kids still do have that access another thing I was going to say in listening to listening to the callers and you reading the tweets I think the time where incumbent to redefine achievement differently at this point right thank you we we've defined it in particular way for so long that the notion that we might have to look at it differently it does cause some folks to be uncomfortable I think it is just as important for a kid to bake bread with their parents as it is to you know figure out weights and measures in the classroom building some transferable skills so kids see themselves as learners it doesn't matter what they are learning has the bigger I the bigger goal is that they see themselves as a learner and once a child sees him or herself as a learner then they can become an advocate for their own learning that's what I think is really going to that's what I hope I think bigger surprise I hope comes out of this I hope that for my own children that they see themselves as learners the thing I am noticing is that my my kids talk to each other more because that that connection is important so maybe another thing may find is that kids spend less time on devices outside of the time that they need to and they start to develop you know better social skills which is something that educators and parents have also been lamenting over the past few years kids don't know how to talk to each other well now because they're not able to have much maybe those things will grow you discussing after this last week I was teachers would stop trying to provide busy work to fill the day and give a plan for the week to get through when our home schedule permits often weekends and.

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Does Mount Diablo Have the Biggest View in the World?

Bay Curious

07:05 min | 2 years ago

Does Mount Diablo Have the Biggest View in the World?

"Okay so we set out to learn if Mount. Diablo is in fact numeral dose on the list of places on Earth where you can see the most land reporter Assault Asana takes a winding road to find out. The mystery of the view from Mount. Diablo is a romantic one steeped in local legend to find out. If it's true I drove to the source itself. Six hundred feet arrive at your destination from the base of the mountain. It takes me about an hour to get to the top. Well took so long. Mount Diablo sits on the eastern edge of the Bay area in Contra Costa County. But you can see. It's double peak pyramid from most spots around the bay at three thousand eight hundred forty nine feet. The mountains view is second to none. Well it's second to one. Maybe we'll find out so the view and you come up. Here is really amazing. How it compares. To Kilimanjaro is up for debate. But I'm kind of partial to the view here from Mount Diablo and I think most people would come pretty amazed by what the view looks like my tour guide today is Sharon Peterson. Mount Diablo state parks interpreter. Which she says means her job is to tell the story of the park. Sharon takes me to the summit's viewing deck. She says the clear day. You can see forty of California's fifty eight counties from here as little as one percent of some of those counties but still this is where we walk out into the wind. I she points West so you can see the Golden Gate Bridge today. You could see both towers with the naked eye and if I give you the binoculars you can probably for sure. She whips them out and there. It is the Golden Gate Bridge Sixty miles away two towers peaking over round top in the Berkeley Hills. That's really really cool. Then we turned north and you can see the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers forming the Delta South. It's a sweeping view of the Diablo range and livermore pleasanton and finally east or through the haze we catch a glimpse of the snow-speckled Sierra rising above the Central Valley over a hundred miles away. And I heard that you can also see Yosemite from here on a clear day you can and with binoculars you can see Sentinel Dome. There is a rumor that you can see half dumb but it's actually blocked by one of the land features in between seeing it for myself. The site is so magnificent so magical that feels like. I'm looking down at a watercolor. The only thing that compares is the view from a plane. Maybe it's possible. The Myth is true. It's absolutely not true. The Mount Diablo has the largest view in the world. Except for Mount Kilimanjaro. Seth Adams is the land conservation director at Save Mount Diablo and he spent a lot of time myth. Busting the Kilimanjaro claim. I never quite believed it. It just didn't have the ring of truth to me because it's a small mountain and common sense would tell you the taller. The mountain the bigger view but considering the myth has been repeated hundreds of times. He says it makes sense. People would believe it. Seth trace the infatuation with Diablo back to the eighteen fifties and sixties when scientists like Hosea Whitney first geologically surveyed the mountain. That's Jose Whitney of Mount Whitney the tallest mountain in the Sierra Nevada. Jose Whitney road. It is believed that there are few if any points on the earth's surface from which so extensive and area maybe seen as from Mount Diablo the whole area thus spread out can hardly be less than forty thousand square. Miles the legend snowballed from there repeated over and over for decades through the end of world. War Two a time when people really start experiencing parks and mountains. Recreationally and Mount. Diablo became a Goto tourist spot. The Kilimanjaro Claims Circulated and travel guides and hiking maps by railroad companies and Auto Associations Even Contra Costa County described it as quote the world's greatest view more territory visible than from any point in the world but as visitors flocked to Diablo for the views entrepreneur side. Chance to make a buck. More than half of Mount Diablo was locked up. Successively by two big real estate land speculators both of them printed brochures by the thousands that includes the claimed amount of having the largest boasting that claim was a smart business. Move for one developer. In nineteen seventeen he had a dream of building. Thousands of homes on Diablo's western flank and those amazing views helped push his agenda forward. Eventually the developer went bankrupt and the deal flopped. But it was too late. The brochures had done their work. Oh you can definitely credit the brochures for spreading the misinformation. But it's just too good acclaim the largest few in the world right and understand that California was a promoter's dream which brings us to another promoter the entrepreneur Walter p frick who hired a publicist to help him spread the rumor. The Mount Diablo had the greatest view on earth especially as he built an eight foot beacon tower known as the eye of Diablo but frick was working with engineers from the standard oil company and they were skeptical. Someone for the first time said come on biggest view in the entire world so after that the nineteen twenty eight standard oil bulletin added a footnote to their brochure except for a point in Africa. Clearly being Mount Kilimanjaro. From their the legend shifted from Mount Diablo having the largest few in the world to the second largest it went on like this until nineteen ninety four when it was officially debunked by an engineer slash mountaineer. Who did the math? His name was Edward Earl but he went by the nickname. Seven point three eight nine zero five six zero nine nine math joke. She said I don't believe this. And so what I'M GONNA do is. I'm going to find the problem. And I'm going to calculate view sheds for lots of other mountains and see how they compare view. Shed is the area visible from a specific vantage point including land or water. Now Remember Whitney speculated Diablo's view shed was about forty thousand square miles but according to earls calculations it's actually between thirteen and twenty one thousand. That might still sound like a lot but from other Taller Mountains. You can see more than three times as much and even for a total non mathematician like me. It kind of makes sense. Mount Kilimanjaro is five times the size of Mount Diablo so diop blow couldn't possibly have a comparable view shed even if it is an isolated peak.

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"pleasanton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Your down in Pleasanton morning how about yourself all we do in our directory yeah how about the only thing I'm saying a wrong but that's good though peonies are phonies yeah yeah okay I know I'm probably if you're a girl around here and what all I need to do to get on the girl so help me out where did you see him or did you buy some more auditing a lot once she's always like come out soon about a couple of cattle okay okay yeah well the question is there easy local and by local instead of going from like these are all out of state yeah yeah that's what I was gonna get to there there are very hard to grow here they're beautiful beautiful flowers but they really do best like in Washington state Oregon in places like that where the they get much more cooler nighttime temperatures and no more rainfall may be of much better soil so we really I don't recommend them here you can sometimes see some plantings here and there towards east Houston going to the eastern part of the state where the souls a little bit more acidic so they did we really don't recommend them here in saying that you know there's always that exception so there was a nursery a woman drove in nursery grower out of California a Japanese breeder was doing some work on some peonies peonies and we did get some plants a few years back and amazingly we group basically grooming containers and common acid based oil and they're in they really perform pretty well and yeah about what I was thinking about doing was trying to girl made some type of preparing an N. they didn't do well but this selection was a new new heat tolerant one early sets with the breeder was saying but the price point on those are so expensive so you can check with some of the independent nurseries fan extra mail burgers or any rainbows and safe to bring in any plans out of California particular monorover nursery maybe they can put a few of those on the truck otherwise if you want to try these other ones a grown man kind of an acid base good potting mix kind of shade and when it gets too hot and see how they perform and then a similar flower they kind of grows similar to that you might look at the maroon poppy it's not as big but it's a it's a nice double looking Marin poppy that's out there you can also look at like cactus or dinner plate type Dalio's those you can find her name involved packages at this time and plant some of those and then do it a trial and see which ones perform best free okay and what is the best time to plant down here pretty soon when when you can find them now going into that now going into the spring time okay okay I didn't know if I need to plan on I just got to finalize the Big Lang right now right yeah that's contabilidad couple years but I've been telling you they probably won't break down here yeah right so okay all right thank you for calling out thanks for the call and this go real quick to Jo Jo white sugar out this morning okay I have how can we help you one quick question well the shade tolerant St Augustine grow in full sun yes definitely okay so for for years and years it's been like I'm a del Mar and then Ameritrade then pow meadow this new it newest one is called F. J. select so there Saint Augustine strains that basically when they commercially grown they grown in full sun like regular turf grass in the in the commercial of fields but then what they do is they start digging some of these varieties out and they put him in these test plots under shake off with twenty percent up to eighty percent shake off as we would have shade trees basically and that's how they look at the ones that perform in a more shade tolerant scenario so yes they will take full sun thank you all right thank you appreciate that match a clip of the way we get to question normally that's correct and then that shade taller one you know if it's super deep shade it's only going to perform a year to it really needs a little bit like GM yeah where we have.

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"pleasanton" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Okay John what can you tell Zana about that that particular record the do you know if it's on Musicor records denoble label I don't have high I can check hi yeah to the best of my knowledge he was on music or at that time and not very collectible you know Willie as popular as he is it B. is first record the only one I can think of it's worth money and that's called no place for me and that's up to about eight hundred dollars the rest of his material certainly no more than twenty dollars while all right all right I'm not familiar with that particular area you know seized by the Irish deal but yeah I know I know that down in Pleasanton Texas a southern suburb of San Antonio there's a station K. Bob K. B. O. P. at on the wall they have the original radio operator's license of a disc jockey there was Willie Nelson and E. S. yeah they they you know they're pretty proud about that is what well they should be okay Monty and Gladewater Texas is with us hello Marty Hey there yeah how well well thank you the thirty three no three I now moved Teaneck maker less the label actually brothers three plus three hundred a folder with all the pictures of the ads and brothers nineteen seventy cherry yeah well that king that's out of Cincinnati that's where they were from their early albums and RCA is where the money is so when you get the king not to collectible around twenty five dollars there shall album their biggest shout on RCA would go up around four hundred dollars well and we will wrap up with Paul in the Danbury Connecticut for John Marshall tonight hello Paul hi good evening I have a new Christy minstrels records tell tall tales legends and nonsense by the new Christy minstrels direction rainy sparks on the back is an autograph of everybody but none of the autographs of the people on the cover but when the addresses a man named Kenny Rogers yeah well I agree with you I I looked up is the merchandise of his in the signature does seem to match well now that's a funny thing about autographs which made add to the value to some people but not to record collectors regrettably job yeah I can give you a value for the autograph that would be my field but generally collectors don't like anything written on their covers not even autographed stuff so which sometimes it can hurt the value but new Christy minstrels you probably have it on Philips records would be around twenty five dollars there you go John is always what a pleasure to have you on Sir I really appreciated thank you Jim you betcha John Marshall might be John as he is known record appraisal expert is website money music dot com of course on a Friday evening we tend to have the man with those that another capacity so here is my ID John Marshall.

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"pleasanton" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:51 min | 2 years ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on KGO 810

"County fairgrounds in Pleasanton now through January twenty looking in a sign of what's to come second class today highs in the mid fifties rain and wind tonight I read Burkhart Hey Elizabeth Warren pledge to bypass Congress and cancel all student debt on her first day as president as a result as adults use polling number one with philosophy majors that's a good joke the crowd just got hung no no he's he's he's he's not he's mocking all future is making a point he's making appointments yeah yeah I tell you what though those youngsters who were looking at the bills and thinking what the hell am I going to do now they have a fair amount of my sympathy because they are they are on the receiving end of a gigantic for profit public private cooperation in flawed bill not my fault in fraud I'm paying taxes still not my fight is say that around a way that does taking some of my money to fix a problem somebody else create Jack compelling new evidence suggests your cat might eat your corpse stay with us of course it would and I'm not using it and that's fine but my favorite sayings on the topic CS Lewis you do not have a soul you are a soul you have a body I think that's a good way of looking at humanity but injury Lucinda CS Lewis said that wind which in the wardrobe Jerry Lee Lewis Washington one would papers on Christy and what was his his most famous book you know this you read books with words and stuff mere Christianity that's it yeah his most famous speaking of the body and soul I went out to play the first nine holes of golf after my surgery less than two months ago brand new hip with my friends that nine holes turned in eighteen Jane feel pretty good well sorta little step but I'm fine two months no damage done less than two months about a week under two months yeah that's good I played like hell but where in you know you're going to so at the the state of American medical science if you can afford it is pretty ons firing particularly you know if you see doctor sauce is Mike yeah the Saudis got this is what is VJ afternoons on the action when he's not doing orthopedic surgery giveaway thousand dollars every Friday afternoon ninety nine dollar yeah I mean not just any calls you know that you need to know the phrase it pays I think that's the case the phrase in their freezer don't but now some for is totally free and can I have the money that's not a very low base no no wrong phrase your cat might eat your corpse stay with us how we played that joke about Elizabeth Warren who is swinging for the fences mark Halperin kind of said that earlier when we talked to him on that Elizabeth Warren is desperate and then and and trying to pick fights with Bernie and and saying I'm going to live in a college student loan debt on day one which is impossible I was surprised that didn't come did that come up in the debate if it did I missed it and I watched a lot of the bay all up well I know the moderates on several occasions and I know this by reading because I just couldn't watch it a lot of the the the pie in the sky proposals by Liz and burning others the moderate so look you just can't do that giant terms but why not that one specifically it's it was explained to us earlier the caucus system is unique and that you need to be everybody's second choice right and you don't want to piss people off by seeing your cabinets of liar I mean they're just whining to you right that is not even possible on any level you that's not gonna help you be seventy second choice right but so David French is a guy who writes for the dispatch now which is a new publication that's how to feel like politics I think it's pretty good they recommend the new album from what's his name I have it right here the new Nathaniel Ratliff album they said the first song they listen to thirty times yesterday really if you're into nothing Ratliff check and I love his band man in the night sweats right right they also do a lot of politics in a diff introduction to all that sort of stuff that they three male Ratliff in the night sweats don't know that this so the mention so minimal baseball and some with music and then lots of politics in it and it's pretty cool website I'm not getting paid for anything it's just the scratches me where I itch but anyway David French for rights forum and he's a Christian guy and he's got a special thing that he writes on Sundays that has to do with religion he wrote this last week and others pretty a recent are pretty good there is me reading while I'm talking we got this Friday I was at a small gathering of Christian men and women in her story that stopped me short one of the attendees was a Christian businessman who employed mainly working class young man when he had spoken to his workers about their holiday plans all full force of the man he talked to didn't have any plans at all thanksgiving or Christmas or new year's day was just another day to them they go home watch television play video games and drink all by themselves I personally know I handful of people who did that right for potter whatever thanksgiving Christmas and new year's end and are perfectly happy with but it is interesting because that's not what new used to happen not that very long ago as soon as he said those words I thought of a chart from two thousand seventeen that came from senator Mike Lee's invaluable social capital project I'm unaware of this I'm gonna check it out yeah Mike Lee did this thing Mr and in my memory banks are should transform the way you think about America's epidemic of dead's of despair represents the Democrats are the demographics of overdoses and it's a slide show and it's a pretty cool all around an interactive graph but it it's explained here since you're a listening on the radio as the slides progress you notice a few things immediately men overdose far more than women single men overdose more than married men and single men with only a high school education or G. E. D. overdose at a simply staggering rate that rate is horrifying regardless of whether a person was single or never married or single and divorced although for some reason people who are widowed it's much lower yeah interest I could philosophizing about that but I don't want to distract from the main bone of the argument yeah well then he gets into the obvious of me on the obvious takeaway from that is you got this group of people that are that are a big chunk of the dead's of despair and you know what we do about that and how society is changing because he's a Christian he was going at it from the policy with the churches can do and how yeah need to attack it from that end but I just I find it interesting that from just the break down of traditions family traditions the the idea that no I'm not going to be part of a family thanksgiving hanging out with a bunch of people you know maybe cooking a dish watching a football game I'm going to be by myself playing video games in my room having a drink or smoke pot and and perfectly happy with it and those people are killing themselves in extraordinary right I I wouldn't it but I understand what you mean by perfectly happy with it you're obviously not perfectly happy you're killing yourself yeah it it is your choice it's your first choice but you seem happy with it right youth think you're happy right yeah well you know gets back to the thing I was saying earlier about everything costs roughly what it's worth in and listen as an introvert trust me I believe this humans are hard humans are complicated humans make me uneasy and if you follow that feeling and isolate yourself it will make you a miserable human being on the most amazing discoveries I ever came across was Thomas Jefferson writing about how his tendency was towards introversion any like to be alone but he realized if he indulges that too much it makes some weird and angry and I thought wow TJ me tools are gonna suffer slave gal pal all always with the slaves with you the entirety of the man's work is life his contribution to the entire modern world not to overlook in slavery but come on he lived in Virginia and that reminds me did you see the story over the weekend about Lewis and Clark did you follow that that was really interesting I heard they died that the story you know Lewis and Clark did you learn about them in school the nor is there a white man the explorers and somebody did a long documentary multi part on Lewis and Clark did Ken burns do one of those or it's about you and Dick Clark if you're not the nineteen fifties comedy and music show Lewis and Clark who is speaking of Thomas Jefferson he sent them out after the Louisiana Purchase to expanded America so much to explore the the the rest of the country Hey Fellers what's out there anyway nobody knows Mister president and they set off in eighteen oh six I think so I think from eighteen of sixty eight or nine something like that in that range they they they explored of the rest of the country taking off from a Saint Louis if I remember correctly going all the way to order again yeah I'm bland and a lot of rivers couple of bears an Indian or two Hey what we just by go find out yeah Hey I hear it's nice good lord another river they were right okay I get it trees trees playing now planes but when I was a kid Lewis and Clark were American heroes and you know is in the school and it was all it was all happy happy good good and all that sort of stuff yeah and on it was an astounding adventure absolutely amazing one of the great adventures in the history of the earth all this you know almost on Oct prank practically on occupied territory I realize there were people here but not very many people open spaces they went out there and counter all kinds of amazing things will blow one of them was a looser Clark it doesn't really make any difference I suppose let's hear him he had this slave friend with him that wasn't part of my story in school and it is the slave he came from a family of a slave owners in this particular slave and him had been together since they were both little boys and they were kind of friends as kids and then the slave just became ill his slave and servant throughout the years and traveled with him on the trip and was very very helpful did all kinds of things communicating with Indians and figured out how to for rivers and all these different things and when they got back this slave of his said you know after all that all the help and everything like that could you set me free I'd really like to do that and and clocks and not not going to do that I need I need your work in any civil can yet east let me you know so maybe somebody else or something so I can go to Saint Louis where my wife is so I can be with my family now I need you here oh boy yeah and on the whole and then and then so he he got kind of depressed and down his late friend and Clark writes in his diary this all this stuff came out fairly recently or wrote in letters to his brother I give him a good beating I beat him enough that he finally came around to start to work really good again one hour to work really good and that sets pretty rough yeah I'd say it's pretty rough stuff all so if you know third William Clark there are Lewis and Clark universities and books and songs and mascot some teams and all sort of stuff like that I just don't know what we do with some of that American history yeah well it's one of those love the art not the artist things you know and love the achievement and and what I discovered in the rest of it and indeed just so well and and you have to understand the era and that's not two X. user say that makes it okay but you have to understand that thank you to one of my.

Pleasanton Congress president Burkhart Elizabeth Warren
"pleasanton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They are on the right hand shoulder and a Pleasanton right lane so shut down for tree work within six CD for me now to S. stone ridge with that delay going back to castle would truly devilish were KQED I'm Judy Woodruff on the next news hour we meet the woman who expose proof of China's policy to re educate oppressed and imprison a million Uighur Muslims as Friday on the PBS newshour this afternoon at three this is the world ten years ago this weekend on January twelfth twenty ten a massive seven point zero earthquake rocked Haiti just outside the capital of port au prince more than three hundred thousand people died another one point five million people were injured hundreds of thousands more were displaced Malina surely a was twenty nine years old at the time she lost many friends in the years since the Lena has become an anti corruption activist Molina take us back ten years ago to the earthquake I wonder how vivid are those memories for you still this means it's memories that you leave with every day ten years ago when the earthquake happened I was at home on my baby was twenty eight days old at the time my friends by in everything started falling down you know Lassies creaking and chaos right how are your friends and extended family impacted by the earthquake I know a lot of friends at the carribean school market because carbon's will market Liz level all the way to the ground with the one that really hurt more ease my cousin I see well wait he at his house he was very young fresh out of college you towards the new job in the year we are bringing back home and garden one tool Leon is bad then rest and your quick happened some sorry on what next to dot was also seeing how may lie in which would you know couple of seconds I know at the time of the earthquake ten years ago you were working for a cellular company and that took you around Haiti after the quake to kind of help rebuild the cellular stores and and help get the country going again what did you witness after the quake as you traveled around Haiti only chaos it's not only the buildings that had collapsed into people who died but there was also a lot of hopelessness because things that you would see everything home home no longer talking only looking at pictures or kids completely lost small children because they lost their entire families to look pretty no we would like to grow one to two but although there was lots of sadness there was also a lot of because there were so many people coming in they would be rebuilding in rebuilding better it's been ten years since the quake I know a lot has changed in Haiti since then but how does today's situation compare I don't really like the computer today and I'm going to explain why requires a natural disaster was a trauma something that nobody could have predicted well what are you seeing ten years later is that nothing's being done home what we as human beings could I have done you spend that much damage from happening if ever there was an earthquake nothing has been rebuilt we still have been using it I can't see this we still have people leaving intent CDS and these people have been forgotten nobody's thinking about that ten years later we're in a situation where there is some humanitarian crisis in Haiti yes close to half of the population was leaving with less than five dollars a day in even more than that why do you think with no food in all the genes stock I had at the time I feel that the the walking on the seas ten years ago at the time of the earthquake you were twenty nine you had a newborn today in twenty twenty ten years on where do you find hope who won and lost ten years later I'm pregnant with my third girl so I find hole in my people I believe in Haiti I believe in patients I believe that my wellness me being with and feeling good about myself also means that all the people around me feeling good I believe that human beings should be allowed to leave like decent human beings so this is where I find all of my hope and this is what I find the resilience to continue fighting in Haiti to impact the lives million is surely a is an activist in Haiti thanks for speaking with us thank you thank you for having me ten years ago billions of dollars was pledged from the international community to help rebuild Haiti so what happened to all that money John said he has spent the last decade co leading you one special advisers office on community based health and a delivery to Haiti Jim we just heard that nothing has really been rebuilt in Haiti what went wrong well that's a good question I think we need to start with good intentions so a lot of money was pledged probably not enough but we had about ten billion dollars that was promised to Haiti from governments plus another three billion that was donated to private NGOs so you talking at least thirteen billion dollars and what went wrong from our analysis when when Ron is very little of that money actually stayed in Haiti where to go it's essentially stayed in the capitals of the donor countries and let me explain that the way this works is that donors when they contribute funding to a particular country they mostly give to their own NGOs so while the money is for a particular country in our analysis of eight to Haiti of the six point four billion dollars that eventually was what we call the spurs which means money out of the bank only ten percent of that state in Haiti meaning was used to hire locally create jobs support the government pay salaries the rest of the funding is essentially never got to Haiti that money is not used to build for example a ministry ministry of health the ministry of education all the things that for you and me that are essential things that we know are necessary to thrive don't exist in Haiti necessarily because they're too weak because no donor has invested in creating that building that strengthening how easy has it been to track where the money went all that money that ten billion that was planned for Haiti it was hard I mean what we learned is that there is no system in place to track money that has been pledged to a poor country after crisis the that does not exist our office was the only one doing it and still is and my senses and I'm not I don't want to be cynical but my sense is there's no interest in doing so what's really needed is term re imagine how it is delivered Jan sucky spent the last decade co leading a U. N. special advisers office about community health and aid in Haiti thanks so much thank you you.

Pleasanton
"pleasanton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"pleasanton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"pleasanton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"pleasanton" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Were driven by Hey what's the right thing to do right now yeah those were about I hear you and I would work and what we're up on the bridges I really appreciate your time coming up we're gonna talk about impeachment a twenty nineteen the latest near time sort of admitting Democrats so have a good venture taking a look at KSFO traffic sponsored by hip home insurance San Francisco there's a crash on northbound one the one before Vermont street it is over to the right hand side but it is adding to that slow down it started to eighteen continues under the sky way to the lower deck to play bridge Pleasanton on new crash on east found find eighty at San Ramon roads over to the right hand side north and six eighty also in Pleasanton before Bernau Avenue it's a solo vehicle crash it's been cleared from lanes of traffic it's over to the right hand shoulder now bay area homeowners save up to twenty five percent on simpler smarter home insurance by upgrading to hip home insurance get a free quote in just sixty seconds of my hip dot com hippo we'll even help you switch from your current provider is it my hippo dot com we can't several traffic I'm Ted Thomas diamond earrings diamond earrings actually even company none of your friends have ever seen diamonds watch these three of diamonds so jagged shards of light across the room like a disco ball gone out of control no one will be able to look away some magical women the first elimination for a woman's face is a perfectly matched pair of diamond earrings let there be light you'll find street in Palo alto perfectly situated in the Stanford shopping.

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"pleasanton" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on KGO 810

"Movie Hey listen we've got a phone call I want to bring on with us this is Lisa who's calling from Pleasanton Lisa hi welcome to KGO you're only Tim seek a go ahead hi Pat I was listening to him and you and and I saw the movie Tuesday night what it was does your rabbit yeah and I thought it was excellent I have to tell you I'm Jewish I work on a film committee in the East Bay and is we have so many speakers come in and talk about you know the knob to what happened to the Jews and you know after awhile it gets all my god you know they tried to kill us we ate and that was the end but I mean I watch I I I watch this movie and at person sitting there and I'm going oh my god why am I watching this is this is not good because and then it it just dawned on me that this is a farce this is what they're they're making fun of the **** and I think it's prevalent in this day and age because it shows the hypocrisy of the races that the neo **** that you know the people who are who are in charge now who are it did they're just hypocrites they say one thing they hate you just because they don't like the color of your hair the color of your eyes and that's what the **** were and if you would just go with the program that they're in it that it's like Hogan's heroes on eleven yeah and then I really really enjoyed it and we were laughing out loud and I'm telling you is a bunch of Jews on a film committee and we were we were startle and so that this is my take so please yeah the NC you got the movie I I.

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"pleasanton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Fun to do this weekend how bout the good guys thirtieth autumn get together November ninth and tenth this weekend at the Alameda county fairgrounds in Pleasanton and you can buy tickets or get more information about the show at their website which is just good guys dot com good with the dash in the middle guys dot com on the web but what really is it's over twenty five hundred American major power hot rods customs classics muscle cars trucks of all years they're out there on display they get their burn out competition they give the veterans day celebration all weekend long so model car show the good the good guys out across featuring the fall shoot at the get an indoor truck show this year that's open to trucks of all years makes and models their nitro thunder fest drags tricks vision is always fun and there's a lot going on vendor and manufacture exhibits if you're into that kind of thing they get a swap meet if you're going for those super hard to find car parts you might be able to find him at the show you can actually buy or sell a vehicle at the show the gonna cars for sale corral image a lot going on live music entertainment there's a kids zone free arts and crafts games prizes and more for the kiddies and then there it all wraps up on Sunday with an awards ceremony just a good time if ever been the good guys put on a really great car shall once again and this year it's the good guys thirty thought and get together it's this weekend November ninth and tenth Alameda county fairgrounds in Pleasanton and one more time if you want to buy tickets or get more information for the show about the show could go to website good dash guys dot com good of the dash in middle guys dot com it's the good guys thirtieth autumn get together super micro.

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"pleasanton" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To somebody when you folks to vote for on Long Island and that is our friend Jennifer gore pretty used to work alongside Danielle at eight thirty captain told his office about Jennifer still works there and she's associate there and she's running for the sixteenth legislative district in Nassau County former Democrat now running as a Republican and she is looking to of pics Long Island so on that same don't want the same day we will be Steven New Jersey vote for Jennifer garner on Long Island I like what I hear let's go right now to Michelle in New Jersey good morning to you Michelle good morning burning smell that greeted him on talk radio thank you that's a cute little home a wind chill can I share sure okay one couldn't Mrs Dracula if you're pregnant why couldn't Mrs Dracula get price that pendant one official because Dracula we Doug is in point of Pleasanton New Jersey good morning to you Doug hello there what's up Doug this is Brian said bro what was going on down here but wasn't beach god bless we love it thanks for listening what what do you have for a stud I have a question first of all three is on the border of a very affluent neighborhood now the police come and actually close the street and everybody well they're kids in I can't get to my house no good no good men big big big big big blockade a police car I actually last year I had a will to my house are you kidding me no good okay well we'll fix that voice is an outrage I the police are actually complicit in it is what you're saying your available for safety you know for now right right no you got I got a letter in the river listen and is we yeah we was in there anymore with big giant Hershey bars John snickers got to get some you boys from down at the tavern put on like black masks and get some clubs and and stuff too you know going to keep on there and that's right go all anti fog and people are very well said that he did you mention Carlos ran down is that the guys one of which Steve calls Randall Wray's Rando yes and you want him to win or Steve no no no he's running for he's the mayor and he's running for reelection okay and my cousin Stephen flag is running for the city council I'll be on the city council in what cliff why don't why I others I have dear friends you know my next door neighbors upstate or mom and dad live for forty years to speak about family Shelly and she'll they've got to three wonderful daughters and Cheryl and David Friedman they live in Woodcliff lake and David is listening he just sent me this he said I'll be voting for calls you know we live in Woodcliff lake so tell Bernie we all we got is but all sank you yes some of that well that's great great to hear what was that one clip lady did no more mice my cousin Stephen is is brilliant he's got the intellect and the integrity and you will not be sorry I I just kids can't say more I know by Israelis anything like you is going to be great he's but much better than me is not so great he's the kid to me but he's like you know he's a was successful partner in a law firm it's a big deal but anyway yeah well we'll call let's go to Kelly in Middletown New Jersey good morning to Kelly good morning how are you take listener a long time thank you I love you guys originally from Brooklyn but thank you thousand six I want a charity auction for fortune a top national in Bedminster beautiful fall day I go there with my foursome one of the group there's trump and some guys so the place is gorgeous and I gotta say on our apprentices use all these things a big one so I say Mr trump beautiful place here and you want to buy me on range and he never looked up because thank you I sent by the way my son go trick or treating tomorrow as Donald Trump again never looked up and he goes who do well will do very very well so so wait so a couple months later there was a show on T. on CNBC the time called the big idea by Donnie do which which yeah so creepy jumpers launch and how to protect your brand you have their Barker and water and stay in hotels in your practice the don is not easy you know I still have people come up to me about things I had a guy asked me about how we met all right okay all you want the full like a million Bucks was money you know and go out looking well you got to get a cold today I got a call the White House especially mostly today I'll be out it takes money he's got trumps on your phone thank you we all get out Donald Trump son Donald Trump junior on this program coming up Wednesday morning Donald Trump junior right here with Bernie and said coming up on ones and what it will continue to take your phone calls and we visit the biggest story the day the big vote going down later on this morning all that we wrap things up on Bernie and said but it to this dot.

"pleasanton" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"pleasanton" Discussed on KGO 810

"A bit of information about Colin and the now declassified canine military dog that chases magnet Daggubati down his tunnel in a in thank god wasn't wasn't seriously hurt in the Splosion user calmly yeah he's a good boy hold patents by one of the stay with us strong and getting on KGO eight ten I'm forty four A. KGO eight ten and we will update your drive with KGO as mark me out on this time around he's got one of the tri valley area for the children autobody traffic destined winding here from the Tuesday morning commute we still have quite a bit of slow going in Livermore on west found five eighty trying to get in the Pleasanton between Isabel and hop yard where there is a wreck on the right hand shoulder and then if you're swinging on the cell phone six eighty down towards the south bay it is slow between stone ridge in Washington Boulevard in Fremont also west down to five eighty in the maze we've had a stall big rig blocking the right hand lane right before you get to the eighty split really impacting westbound track twenty four traffic trying to get on the westbound five eighty that is backed up all the way to Broadway as far as your South Bay drive his concern north down one one sluggish you're blowing a road up totally again from two eighty the fair oaks in were backed up to west brand of the bay bridge sunshine today highs in the sixties and seventies the wind expected to intensify which is why P. genie is warning of more preemptive power outages the strong winds will be with us.

Deputies shoot man who opened fire at racetrack before Ice Cube concert

Dr. Drew

00:26 sec | 4 years ago

Deputies shoot man who opened fire at racetrack before Ice Cube concert

"Now officials are identifying a man they say was shot by deputies after he fired a gun into a crowd waiting for a sold out ice, cube concert at a California race track Back to San, Diego County sheriff's department said today twenty two year old Daniel l. eras of Eskin Dido was shot Sunday night during an argument after he was told there were no. More tickets available for that concert the department says el-razzaz is in stable condition no. One else was hurt and. The concert took place as

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Apple hits $1 trillion mark

The Savage Nation

02:41 min | 4 years ago

Apple hits $1 trillion mark

"Pricey apple I'm Mike moss. The strongest message, ever from. The Trump White House on Russian election interference security intelligence chief today announced a coordinated campaign to. Try to stop it national security? Adviser John Bolton I think the president has made it abundantly clear to, everybody who has responsibility in this area did he cares deeply. About it and, that he expects them to do their jobs. To their fullest ability and that he supports them fully the. Director of national intelligence Dan Coats says Russia is trying to. Divide and weaken America they stepped. Up their game big time in two thousand sixteen we have not seen that kind of robust effort from them So far As I mentioned publicly sometimes just a few, weeks ago we're only one keyboard click away from finding out something that we haven't seen up to this particular point history on. Wall Street Steve. Kastenbaum reports apple has become the first company to be worth one. Trillion dollars when the trading. Day, began apple stock price continued its, upward trend a strong third quarter earnings report fueled this. Week's rise when it broke the two hundred seven dollars. Per share Mark apple became the first company ever to hit a market cap value of one. Trillion dollars the company is nearly four billion eight hundred and thirty million shares. Out there the EPA says it wants to rollback fuel, efficiency standards but several states vow to. Stop it the acting, EPA administrator. Andrew wheel it says our proposal aims to strike the right regulatory balance based on the most recent information and create a fifty. State solution we've also heard from, California's governor. Jerry Brown these are. His words, he said California will fight this stupidity in every conceivable Correspondent Nick walk in all clear signal from officials at Wright Patterson air force base in Dayton Ohio were earlier in. Active shooter ribbon reported the Dow, up three. S and p is. Up twelve, points NASDAQ up eighty seven I'm Mike moss Okay eppo traffic is sponsored by the ticket Clinton and update on an earlier crash Martinez four eastbound. Near six eighty those vehicles have been moved to the shoulder a crash being. Cleared Pittsburgh four westbound near Bailey road everything is out of the way there and traffic. Is starting to return to normal southbound eight eighty just north of Thornton there's a cabinet blocking. Lane to southbound one zero one just. North of Hellier there's tire tread, in lanes one and two westbound five eighty just south of Edwards avenue a. Great Nissan rogue is, on the right hand shoulder that hit a shovel in lane four it's busted the windshield construction in Pleasanton, six, eighty southbound after Sunol. Boulevard that's blocking lane three a disabled. Vehicle eastbound five eighty just west of grand there's a stole funeral bam with the casket embody inside in the gore. Point westbound five eighty just east..

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Gorilla with a human-like strut likes to keep his hands clean, zoo says

01:40 min | 4 years ago

Gorilla with a human-like strut likes to keep his hands clean, zoo says

"Our own steve inskeep speaking with prince turki al faisal former head of the saudi intelligence service this is npr news the head of civil rights at the department of health and human services says he's fighting for religious freedom advocates say he's doing something else altogether director severino presents himself as a civil rights lawyer and what he has done is turn the idea of civil rights on its head that story this afternoon on all things considered from npr news join us for the story and much more today and all things considered also k q we news part of the afternoon starting at four thirty today good morning i'm noel king a guerilla at the philadelphia zoo named louis has a chewier habit of walking upright on two legs he was recently caught on video strolling around and it is delightful even more delightful do keepers say the reason he walks upright he doesn't want to get his hands dirty lewis is a bit of a clean freak his keepers have tried to accommodate lewis even bringing together a little bridge so he doesn't have to walk through mud puddles it's morning edition if you're driving this morning or taking barred let's check in with joe mcconnell already there were report of a few problems joe is following those bart has reports of smoldering debris at twenty fourth street near a mission and they are saying this is a major delay while they try to move around this debris and get it out of there also got a major delay developing and five eighty in pleasanton westbound five eighty six eighty a crash there with three lanes well they may have just cleared the roadway three of three or four and five that were blocked just a couple of moments ago and.

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