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San Bernardino County to consider declaring racism a public health crisis
"In the summer and then we'll kind of orders divisors is considering a declaring racism a public health crisis of the bayonet meeting next week Hollings impassioned speeches to the board by a number of African American church leaders including Lakota Simmons at the Immanuel praise fellowship in Rancho Cucamonga you know already that racism is a public health crisis you know already and the trauma and the pain and the issues that surround racism the a pastor Delroy Brooks of Fontana telling these supervisors that he's frequently been pulled over by police while he was driving but my son went riding his bike about two weeks ago after we heard about Ahmad armory and the fear that was probably my home was unnecessary but because of my own interactions in the past and of those of my friends I struggle with letting my son be able to go outside that should not be a problem for me so the your supervisors are asking their staff to draft a report on the impact of racism on
"rancho cucamonga" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In Rancho Cucamonga has formed about five hundred people have gathered at foothill and day creek Boulevard that is a permanent day has announced it will extend its waiver for most of member out of pocket costs related to the treatment of covered nineteen to the end of the year and hospitals in riverside county have been taking dozens of covert nineteen patients from neighboring imperial county the two hospitals in imperial county had reached capacity will head back downtown to the one ten next well let's talk about omega right it's just talk about the you know the better but I'm being a protestor downtown a lot of energy and if you're you know exhausted from it afterwards you know I know I you get a lot of pain going on pressure in the construction game in your life prior to may you're an athlete or you just work on your feet maybe you're a career waiter waitress nothing wrong with that kind of a cool profession and now when you wake up and you find yourself in your fifties sixties or seventies wake up everyday you're in pain well if it's the back pain neck pain shoulder leg pain it's probably associated with inflammation so omega XL goes right after the information backed by thirty years of research this company is it didn't start two days ago and then also there on KFI thirty years of research you may have heard Larry King promoting it on TV and it really does work it comes from these little tiny green mussels off the bottom of the ocean off the pristine waters of New Zealand so you know you're in good shape there and goes right after inflammation and there's nothing like it the world research shows that omega XL can actually promote a healthy immune response and that's exactly what you need right now you you know when this covert nineteen were stolen they have you know the thickness so let's get it and let's all be prepared perhaps maybe for the second wave of we have a second wave you know you're gonna be prepared with omega XL because that goes after information and I've heard doctor ray talk about inflammation is.
"rancho cucamonga" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"On the new discovery sport Land Rover above and beyond during the troubles we do big great crash at the Rancho Cucamonga area to teddy's father Phillip and that's part two right lanes still reckon he still lay on the five self on the lipstick that is blocking two left lanes a bit slow as you make your way through defense attorneys still it still works on on the sixties bomb from a seven ten Findlay three right lanes coned off there till eight AM traffic is sponsored by all state okay fine this guy helps get you there faster I'm Jonathan Weiss the Jesus Christ your holy host happy to be with you this Sunday as I'm with you every single Sunday answering your questions and talk about the things that truly matter in life and of course the afterlife thank you to be bold and brave and go to the phone with.
Los Angeles: Traffic and Weather
"But first traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the funds there's a big all right we start this hour with a couple of new problems to tell you about first of all in Culver city four oh five south out of Washington this is a three car crash that is in the center divider and you're right on the four or five really both directions not too bad it's been worse it's not week day bad but still pretty bad on this Saturday night to especially between the tenant and the ninety also on the five north at a grand this is in Santa Ana two car crash is blocking the right lane that just happened a few minutes ago they're still working on that the problem in Placentia fifty seven southbound at orange would three car injury crash that was blocking the slow lane looks like they've moved out over the right shoulder but it's still causing some slowing and then tomorrow via on the east by two ten a mountain a solar car spin out the car went off the right shoulder and into the bushes they have still still trying to get that car out of the bushes and off the freeway and then finally in Rancho Cucamonga fifteen north bound at fourth street this is a new two car crash that they say has been moved over the right shoulder and right now I am seeing a lot of slowing on the northbound fifteen from even that before the ten so looks like that is still a work in progress your next report coming up at seven fifteen I'm Jeff Biggs with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio chance of patchy showers continues tonight snow levels down to five thousand feet over it was going to be in the forties and fifties with areas of patchy fog tomorrow highs are gonna be in the upper sixties close to seventy degrees pretty much everywhere
Mercedes-Benz driver arrested after flashing fake police lights at off-duty detective
"An off duty el Monte police detective has helped arrest a man on suspicion of impersonating a police officer the detective was driving on the two ten freeway in Rancho Cucamonga when he saw a car with flashing red and blue lights attached to its grill I like to make his way through traffic and traveling at a high rate of speed on the vehicle that he was driving was a twenty twelve Mercedes Benz San Bernadino county sheriff's spokeswoman Cindy Bachman tells can next the detective followed the car because he thought it was unusual that law enforcement would use a Mercedes the sheriff's department says the Mercedes was tracked at speeds of over one hundred miles an hour before it was pulled
Celebration of life ceremony planned for search and rescue volunteer who died on Mt. Baldy
"Ceremony celebrating the life of the rescue volunteer who died on mount Bali Baldy while looking for a missing hiker has been set for Saturday the OC register reports a celebration of life for Tim staples will be held at abundant living church in Rancho Cucamonga at two PM the high school teacher and coach died a week and a half ago from an apparent fall after he became separated from his partner the search for the fifty two year old man from Irvine remain suspended
Ohio State looks sloppy in first half but pulls away from Southeast Missouri State
"Zero five star recruits of signed with Ohio state for the class of twenty twenty Cincinnati tackle Paris Johnson junior in Pennsylvania wide receiver Julian Fleming sent letters of intent to OS you on Wednesday college football's early signing period continues through Friday our guys will wait until noon thirty to hear from four star quarterback CJ Stroud he'll announce from his high school in Rancho Cucamonga California friendly reminder to never tweet at high school
"rancho cucamonga" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Into north Rancho Cucamonga can take you an hour next traffic report at seven forty five I'm Tim green wood with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newshound newsradio showers tonight overnight lows Chile very chilly in the forties tomorrow's highs mostly in the mid sixties for the LA basin Orange County even at the beaches but it's going to be in the low sixties for the valleys and the Inland Empire it's gonna stay cold and cloudy and then we're going to have another storm a rain storm moving in on Tuesday right now forty six degrees in Santa Clarita fifty seven degrees and when you're fifty seven in San Clemente there's been another shooting at a busy mall we're going to have the story coming up in two minutes right now it's seven thirty sec introducing the Capital One Walmart rewards card unlimited five percent back on everything you buy at Walmart online it's the perfect car for all your families this holiday season like five percent back on the air fire Grampa told you about when he fell asleep in his chair anything or five percent back on the laptop your sister had carolers sing read the Capital One Walmart rewards card earn unlimited rewards including five percent back at Walmart online what's in your wallet terms and exclusions apply Capital One NA the holidays are truly a magical I know I turned my iPhone six S. into this iPhone alive it's true right now when you trade in an iPhone six S. or newer in any condition seriously any condition look at the powerful new iPhone eleven for zero dollars a month on sprint take it to eleven local sprints or sprint dot com or call eight hundred three one I can look at six forty five zeros or whatever we as a people at least one occasion they should be restricted by the satellite lounge presents an evening with progressive it took a bit of a risk singing that song but of course the one place I never take chances is the room where progressive snapshot reward your safe driving a good driver plus snapshot equals big discounts one plus one equals too little too late it is a casualty insurance company affiliates national not avail in California North Carolina or from all agents seven thirty nine British counter terrorism police are searching for clues into an attack that left two people dead and three injured it happened near the London Bridge yesterday reporter Daniel Sandford says one of the fatalities was twenty five year old Jack merits he was stabbed to death in a frenzied attack by a former prisoner after conference that he'd helped organize his killer was wrestled to the ground by all the former prisoners who've been attending the.
"rancho cucamonga" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Seven rings Arianna Grande getting this wanted to seven kiss FM all right so Carly is on I want to take Carly she's in Rancho Cucamonga now it was a year ago this week we got a call from Carly do you remember this you want to stop being so jealous of her boyfriend he given her no reason to be jealous but she had been cheated on in the past in any super good looking and she feels like that's a threat you know like I love the elders and my hearing in my password to my you know my home and I give you my name you know all that I guess I'm down I I feel like I'm not good enough for you know that's the reason why I the reason we fly did but we think it raises a question would you rather date more on a scale or less on the scale then you'd like would you rather I'd right I well I mean I can only yeah I don't know because someone is attractive this is different for other people than than it is to other people but there's a security in a five that she doesn't have an ID nine you know so it's almost like you're but maybe a better off to find a five yeah but my five might be different than your five but okay what would your five day what is it like to me Michael the ten well maybe not attend the maybe not send you any of that then the Tonya five to me but you understand like there and this is years ago some people think that if there are seven they're better off with a five because there's no threat I I mean sign some people to start our lives Tubbs what about you your with though what would you say your woman as she is eleven and what do you I would think I'm at least the seven and a half that's good because she has security because she's far better than your right to me but you understand I'm saying yeah so Carly and the colors on the line we made a prediction that everything was gonna be fine and she was totally being insecure for no reason I think I said in one year should be engaged I think you did say that and Karli is back a year to the week later and Carly please tell me that my prediction a year ago is correct I yeah I did get a promise ring yeah actually kind of yeah we only moved in a month ago see what was all this insecurity about a year ago you know what yeah within my pal and when you finally get our into a relationship that actually work he wanted I understand that how would it be I think you kind of reflect on the now the task they hate like good to be true and that by nine thirty right it's funny it's like you're always waiting for the other shoe to drop right things are like soul going so well could be a work and that means being borrowed and it's like how do they get so lucky because you have worth you know your way thank you there's value in there's great value in you you're both hands that's what it is listen it's the reason I didn't get a dog for so long why because I fear death and I know that I will outlive the dog and I did it I didn't want to go through that so it's like then someone said said to me you can't go through life exactly and flair that in fear of things the only do you know are gonna happen and you don't experience thing and so at the you know I'm glad I'm so glad you called a year later it's happening yeah this range and they're all married yeah that's I'm hoping that maybe when we get married I can send you an invite in you can totally I'm down I love attending weddings do you know any his act girlfriend don't try he had a mop why is she doing that to you no feeling really want him back Williams so Patty all friend request Instagram just so that she can be my pictures that I like writing as well exactly so you want to call her and tell her to back off yeah we could do please do that legally expedit now the back yeah probably not thank you for calling you take care congrats on being so happy isn't that great but we do when we're in a great moment it's so hard to just be present that moment your eyes like all right it's gonna it's so sunny today but it's going to rain tomorrow you know it's like we can't get the dog getting engaged yes get married have the kids do it do it be don't fear that everybody gets divorced and that's not why you're not get married just continue to think that good things are going to still keep coming to you yeah I mean they want forever but at least think that they will forever of four back to Six Flags magic mountain one minute out one oh two point seven KIIS FM guys it's Joe Joe what's up let me just get right into it the number of the day is ten ten now what is what is ten me of course.
"rancho cucamonga" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Rallying behind Rancho Cucamonga teacher who was suspended because he had a gun on campus. The biology teacher at Rancho Cucamonga high school was placed on leave earlier this week after San Bernardino county sheriff's officials received a tip and found the gun. Locked in a file cabinet now. The teacher is a reserve sworn peace officer that means he is allowed to carry a gun, but the school district doesn't allow them on campus. Stanford University officials say they are investigating claims that visiting scholar on campus is a registered sex offender, the schools online student publication first reported that court mitten had been convicted of sexually assaulting a young boy while working at a Pennsylvania summer camp in two thousand four this student tells KPI TV he stunned he appears to a fallen through the cracks biggest concern is just are we making campus safer in general. I can only wonder what kind of failure in the system caused him. Not tippy found out is a registered sex offender Midland comes up on the state sex offender registry. The university says he does not live on campus. A fraud is delaying the cleanup of debris from the camp. Fire in paradise office of emergency services says it needs to come up with a plan before it allows crews into eight hundred home sites that sit in a habitat of a sensitive frog species. Spokesman Justin Jacobs insists it'll be resolved within a few days. While the team and the collective agencies. Get those protocols worked out Republican state Senator Jim Nielsen who represents paradise says this is just another example of government overreach. Harming ordinary citizens. Government coming in and saying, well, we gotta stop here. I am quite sure that's not the only place that on the face of this earth. Angry landowners are asking why the cleanup effort is encountering these types of hold up six months after the fire Brian paying KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. The California EPA has decided to ban a chemical used on more than sixty crops because experts believe it can harm brain development in young children. It's the first time the California's ever done this made a move toward banning pesticide. But since the federal government won't ban chlorine Pira, fos state officials decided they have to it's commonly used on grapes, almonds and oranges. But research dating back to nineteen ninety eight shows the chemical is toxic to humans, especially babies. Jared Blumenfeld is the director of Kelly PA we've seen. Serious impacts kids ability to have. And it's actually reduce their Hawaii ban the chemical last year in New York is now working on it. Dow DuPont, which produces Chlor Pirro FOSS says the move by California will just hurt farmers who rely on to control insects. The EPA says they're working on finding a safer alternative. John Baird KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Eight fifty check your money news. Here's Jessica summers. Motion face masks and sarum hailing from Korea may contain unusual ingredient like nails lime. But that's exactly what's hooking US customers and PD group. Beauty analysts LaRussa Jensen says Korean beauties linked to wellness appeals to consumers Korean beauty products tend to have natural ingredients over the past six years Korean skin-care has shifted from a niche market to a mainstream sensation in the US and face masks were the gateway product faith. However, you know, Korean duty skincare brand kind of put it on the map, I making them fun. Whether it was a bubble mask or a foaming mask or a snail NASCAR sleep mask, South Korea exports more than two point six billion dollars beauty products annually about one hundred fifty million dollars of that is skin that goes to the US up threefold since twenty fifteen from Bloomberg business. I'm Jessica summers for KNX ten seventy NewsRadio next up. You're going to beat our hero of the week who literally gave of himself, and we'll tell you what that's all about. It's eight fifty one breaking news as it happens things going on. You're right, California. Congressman John Garam Mandy tells can't Washington and Trump is Asper national guard the war between China and the.
"rancho cucamonga" Discussed on iMore
"So we'll see what their priorities for spending that battery currency this year. Yeah. And and I I have a feeling that this year may not may be another incremental update which will have things like, you know, doing the little things better. But I'm thinking by twenty twenty we'll probably see like a major overhaul of that operating system in. It'll look a lot different. It'll work a lot different. Have some big features. You know, what I love to see? And this is happening across the board when it. Comes to fitness devices like garment and Fitbit. I would love to see some women's health features that that a show actually in the health out that wouldn't be an apple watch specific thing that would be a health thing. I think it's great. I think we're finally getting a lot more variety with with with women's health issues in ways that we can track things it's not just like, you know, your monthly cycle. There's a lot of other things involved that women have to deal with and having these kinds of features that not just have you track, you know, thirty days or thirty days, but actually give you some advice on during certain weeks and certain times of that year, and you know, just eating habits exercising habits. These are all things that I'm talking don't do. You sleep. Tracking would be great too. I'm still on the fence about like, I don't think that because it in order to really get decent sleep tracking. You. To wear a device to sleep. And I don't think apple has created a hardware device that you can wear while you sleep by. There are some that exist. I think it's the motive ring that just your apple watch. And then if you accidentally hit your significant other does more damage, I mean like it's bonus. It's great great for everyone. So I think I think I will actually hold off on sleep tracking until vacant create a hardware It's great great for everyone. So I think I think I will actually hold off on sleep tracking until vacant create a hardware yawn wash punch yourself from the lips. It's no big deal. Concussion between you and your watch. Well, Rene we've come to the end of the hour. I've had for now only for now. Yep. We have another week to coming up. That will have let's wonderful things talk about in fact next week. Depending on the time of the day. I was should hopefully have my my power beats pro in my ears. We can do a last minutes. Review hands on of in tell everybody how how works in what they think. So because it it pre-ordered today may third if you know, obviously, you probably not listening today may third, but it pre-ordered stay for the black model. Only the ivory moss and navy colors. Are supposed to be out later this summer. But if you want black you can pre-order today by the time I woke up it had already slipped a couple of days. So if you want order now, if you wanna try to try to get him the day that they come out or you can walk down to your local apple store and get him that way. I also check the beats website and to see what they're what they're projected a delivery date is change too. So that might still be day of a couple of days behind. But if you want you go to go. Well, I would like Renee for us to to close this out. Thank you so much for joining us. You are all the absolute smartest nicest wisest canniest. Best looking best smelling room, filling laughing loving people community in the whole darn world. And we're so thrilled that you choose to spend this hour with us every week, Laura Gill, if people wanna follow you on the socials or the web -als where can they go? They can find me at upper Hollick on Twitter, that's eight P H O K, and wanna follow you on the socials or the web -als where can they go? They can find me at upper Hollick on Twitter, that's eight P H O K, and they can find me at Laurie Gill and most of the other social things, and I am writing all about all things apple on. I'm more. Awesome. Awesome. If Georgia were here, she would say, you could find her no longer at Georgia underscore, Dow, she's not big
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"There could be you know, any dozen number of people that could find that for you and take it up to the front desk. So that you can go pick it up. I I hope that's really comes out. And I look forward to seeing how they're going to do that. Because it's you almost don't need the hardware in order to just sort of like the way. The way use hand off when you want to send a picture, you can enable your phone to only share that stuff with contacts or open to anybody. So you could you could potentially with this new find my stuff thing, you could set your phone to not allow that that ping to come through from people. You don't know and that could be your way of sort of protecting yourself from just getting random Ping's from strangers. But then, you know, if you're at your friend's house when you lose your phone, or if you were at school when you lose your phone, your your friends in your family that do have it turned on for you. You could narrow it down to just them using using that to try to find your phone for you. So even though even with this idea that you could open it up to any stranger. You could also if I were to use his what Ardy exists in the world, you could also close that off to only allow it to be with your friends and family. Still a really great feature gonna great great way to do it, and you wouldn't need anything. But your phone for which I think is really great. No. I think it's I think it's awesome. It's there's just he he had a just going to list. There's just a ton of stuff there. I've done two videos on ready. I did the general stuff. And then I did the nerdy stuff. Video. And it were just go look at his articles. And there's just there's so much like sometimes you'll just drop a sentence in there. That's a whole big thing. I could talk about for an hour. Yeah. And he just keeps like finding new things in sharing them with us in almost every day. You're just so excited about. Oh. Wow. This looks cool. This is gonna be neat. They're gonna do that. Wow. Yeah. I was going to be big. Yeah. Watch US have have we heard anything? Great or exciting about coming anything to watch us. I mean, we've heard that the wash will be useful for more than it is currently with MAC OS. Like right now, it just does apple it does unlock Apple Pay. But it might start doing everything that touch ID does which would be super cool. But I haven't heard too much in terms of like got to imagine they'll be new workout. It's always like better indications. I don't think I'm not saying that like just to be cut about it. It's really important, but they're doing the watch the watch itself is a restricted device. So you can't there's only a limit to what they can do with it. But within those limits at least for now, they're doing more and better workouts, more and better communications more in better health. And what do they call it? An intelligent guardian. Whatever the hell beecher's like like, they want heart rate, monitor and g and all those kinds of stuff. So hopefully, we'll see more and more improvements along those. I think last year with watch OS four apple perfected. They apple watch. And I think now it's time for them to perfect watch OS like they don't need to work on the hardware anymore. They they did it. They finally did the the perfect thing. So now, I think definitely doing things like. Getting that batteries down as low as you possibly can without having to actually put in a bigger battery. So that Georgia can have her always onscreen. I think they could do that they've done that with IAS. They've they've they've proven that they can do things on the software side that reduced the battery usage, so that they can, you know, do other things that might take up a little bit more better usage. So I'm just spending differently. Like the first time. The got better usage down these spent it on faster app launch in the second time is spent it on better activity..
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"That was right. Oh, it's gonna bother me. Now, remember the water anyways? So like, then that's year high Sierra it takes a lot of the pressure off. So like, otherwise you just start sweating too much about like what's the perfect first name. But if you pick a theme, you just pick something from that theme, and then you can keep going. So with seem do you think the first I to that was at Mavericks Mavericks? Thank you. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I'm happy with Canadian provinces. But that doesn't take very far. So they can't really stick. With those super good question. Shirts was real clever. I would go with wars planets, but they don't have the rights to them. Stick with things that are pretty that aren't gonna get them in trouble for cover it 'infringement for sure I'm thinking, I'm thinking, it should be animals that exist in the mountains of. No because they already did that with with MAC OS. So you're bugs different types of bugs. No, you're right. That wouldn't work either. Yeah. You know? I hadn't really thought about it. This ends like a lot of fun to license do kit Kat have Iowa's Mickey IOS, the Batman. If they use Disney characters, I o s in each one of them, the first one, obviously would be Mickey because, you know, making mass would be the first, but if they could license from Disney each year, it would be a different Disney character now that would be fun. But I was still a cool sounding. Let's let Phil Schiller after famous race cars. That'd be fine with me. Yeah. Yeah. That would work. That's actually that makes the most sense. Stinger. Yeah. Using some things speedy. Yeah. That's a that's a good. So what kind of we've got? So we talked a little well, actually, we haven't talked about the the rumored features coming to us. And I know we're a little bit early on that. But we can talk about whatever we want. Just keep spoiling everything. I I think he told me how TV shows that haven't even come out yet are going to end. He's such a spoiler. So on the weekend with mentioned that NS north last weekend with the one password guys and year Emba in Luke who makes Luganda elements screens and just a lot of really smart developers with a lot of fun and Cancun to who did the keyboard for the iphone was a good time. I read his book, thanks to your recommendation. It's a good book. But yeah, I was there with I was there with getting a lot of fun and can can tell stories I was enjoying them. Nice. That's great NM where they are a lot of people in attendance for this thing. I mean, they had the hall, Phil. I don't know what their numbers were terrible number. Maybe a hundred people it was. It was good. That's great. Any all just kinda just sat around chatted about apple Steph. Yeah. Yeah. Totally. I mean, it was Larry like they were. Ken was telling the story about how the very first iphone video game was really they were trying to they were trying to pick the size of the icons because it wasn't obvious to them. How big the icons should be. There were con- before on Pomme Wes and on and on the Newton, but they wanted to figure out the ideal size. Like they were too small found it stressful because they had to hit exactly on the thing. But there are too big wasted space program to the video game where they covered the screen with different size icons, and you would try to hit them, and they would they wouldn't tell you, but they would internally record your accuracy. And then they found out that I forget what the size was forty two pixels or something was the perfect size. That was where you could fit all the full grid. But you didn't people didn't miss them or stress about it. So it was just a cute story. It's such a great way to win that again that that book by Ken kitchen too is so good for that exact reason is like the early development of IRS and the ingenious ways that they came up with how they were going..
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"I would just own it. I mean, I don't know. I not at four and that means death in like half the cultures. Maybe they're not even going to worry about the I yeah, I guess now that I think about it. If they skipped thirteen there'd be such a hubbub about apple being a bunch of. Super super man that's a hard use the that apple superstitious won't use thirteen in what? I like the idea of like a west ten Mohave. And I love the Google has like razz, not raspberry pi. That'd be too cool. We're not there yet. But I loved it. They have like pie, and you know, all the different desert kit, Kat, all the different desert names. I'd love to have a name. I just call it Yukon. What's the big deal? It sounds cool. Sounds bad ass. Yeah. I I love the idea to in fact with with MAC with MAC OS. It's actually really easy to distinguish the differences between software. Yeah. Between the software systems because they give you these very easy to remember names, especially because MAC OS isn't. So I o s is like three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve MAC OS is like ten point one two point two ten point three like 'cause they're all ten just call it like fifteen to ten point fifty right anymore. Apple. But when they give you the the name, they when they name it you if it's it's so much easier for my brain to kind of like understand the separation between the two like, oh, you know, safari had these features in high Sierra had these features or sorry Sierra and high Sierra, and then MAC OS Mojave, they the you can kind of name them. And then identify the features that came out with them a lot easier than trying to remember the numbers. I don't know. I I like naming things I think it would be really fun to see apple go that we do have you heard any musings or rumors that that was coming because I know we've heard the rumor that they're changing the name of the iphone to to to just iphone twenty nineteen. So have you heard anything about Iowa's having? The internal codename for a long time. They were all ski hills. And then last year, they had that whole liberty and freedom and peace, and you know, everything was named after some I don't know some versus of desire to restore the newsroom style west wing democracies of this year. All we've heard is Yukon because a MAC version is not in the bills. You don't see it as easily. And but I don't know is that Yukon the the territory in Canada is that you con- potatoes. Like, it MAC is MAC OS. Russet. Like, I I just I love those names Big Mac OS MAC OS was wines for a long time. And then it was Apple's for a while like gala, and that kind of stuff to me is cool because it doesn't hurt anything. It's kinda it's kinda cool. I love the whole spies or codename superhero vibe. I would just like they came out of Asian announced, the IRS Yukon be all you. Yeah. If if they. No to valley if they were gonna switch over from a numbering system, and this was their very first year that they were going to do that. What name would you think would be perfect for for us? I don't think you can do what I liked so much about when they switched the names from the big cats to the California landmarks is that when you name the category. Takes the pressure off the initial one like I forget, it was the beach, right? It was was the first MAC OS, the blanking on the name. But it was the water the first MAC OS after the big cats that was them. See sierra. No, it was one that was a beach..
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"All right enough. Talk about all of the things we live outside of apple. Let's talk about apple and how much we left her. What they're doing any given to so you, and I talked before the show about what we were going to talk about and one one thing you mentioned was how much I love to talk about right to repair was link. I'm not sure if you had read it this earlier in the week on I think it was thirty two almost identical stories one in California one on -tario, and they happened in the same week, which is bizarre. Right. So. It turns out that apple is is in talks with some groups of people that they're they're trying to say that it's a bad idea to allow people to repair, according to the article that we found on motherboard which will will link in the show notes that apple is is kind of suggesting that it's dangerous to allow people to repair their I phones because they they might be injured. They might get injured. Try. Battery how catastrophic failures and they're right. Yeah. If you puncture your battery, you could have, you know, burn your skin, burn your face burner stuff. So. Yeah. That is actually like a legitimate thing to be worried about and then you actually followed by the time. I started watching the Senate hearing in on -tario Canada. I had only cut the last end of it. So how much of did you see what kind of information? Did you hear about with that just for second with so interesting about this is that like apples involved in? I think it was like eighteen companies apple looks like it's got their own lobbyists. The other there's a bunch of organizations that represent like Samsung and the other companies and the all have different objections. I think apple took a part in. I phone in front of them to show. How dangerous it was and Kyle lions fix it said..
"rancho cucamonga" Discussed on iMore
"And no this was not an April Fools joke. This was real that they're making a sonic the hedgehog live action slash CG. Like to. Yeah. And the I mean, there's so many things that seem awkward about it. Not just the fact that sonic is kind of weird. Looking people are upset about the poke him on in Polk. Amman tickets you as well because they're all furry and kind of a little bit uncanny like half animal half cartoon, and I'm not sure either really works. I think the difference between detective Pichu. And this particular version of Senate hedgehog, though, is that they gave this son at character. A couple of of. I wouldn't call them realistic looking aspects. But like he's got the sort of long legs, which makes sense for a runner. But it's it's he doesn't look like a cute character. Whereas in on it, he well, I don't know. I guess it depends on what what kind of idea or are you looking at. I don't think he looks like the original Sonic's, but I get where they were getting that vision from so it's not it's not that so much as it's that I don't think sonic translates to live action as well as Pika does believe it or not because I didn't think Pichu chew would translate to live action. But it turns out he's already is so good in that role. Yeah. Yeah. And so I think the difference is that the characters the Pokemon characters detective Pika chew are cuter. Even if they do kind of like send you to a little bit of an uncanny valley. It's not as bad as what they did with on which they're saying they're do. Weird. I know I think that was the right thing, especially because this is this is gonna be. The the knockoff copycat of detective Pichu if you're gonna come in onto the scene and say, we're doing the exact same thing. But with a different character, it better be better than the first one that pops up and if if if right out of the gate, their first teaser trailer is something upsetting to everyone. It's gonna bomb. So I think they were smart decide to change that as soon as possible even counting will actually I think Jim Carey, Jim Carrey's. Character looks pretty good. He he kind of fits that mold pretty well. So I think it really is just the sonic weird long legged thing that just long leg long, arm and human teeth. I dunno it just didn't it doesn't look quite as good. So I think they need to squeeze him down a little shorter are sonic again. Yeah. Exactly. Let me take a minute to tell you about wicks wicks lets you build professional looking websites without you needing any tools or any understanding of how? To build a website yourself..
Mount Baldy, Eric Sputter And San Gabriel Mountains discussed on KNX Programming
"Two to hikers vanish last week of the story. San Gabriel mountains have been found alive by rescuers. Who spend days the rugged heist for them. Wallace of Rancho Cucamonga Eric sputter of chino hills. Good condition. Search team found two sets of footprints cook canyon, southbound Baldy and follow them. Helicopters sent to the area then spotted two people can't fire. San Diego County sheriff's department says they flew the pair to the mount Baldy fire station to be reunited with their families to sputter then spoke with reporters.
Why Are Some Words Funny?
"In the nineteen seventy-five movie, the sunshine boys, an aging vaudeville, comedian explains a classic truism of comedy to his nephew the case. Sound is always funny. The comedian played by Walter Matthau said fifty seven years in this business. You learn a few things, you know, what words are funny. And which words are not funny. Alka seltzer is funny. You say alka seltzer. You get a laugh, Casey Stengel. That's a funny name. Robert Taylor is not funny. Cupcake is funny tomato is not funny. Cleveland is funny. Maryland is not funny. Then there's chicken chicken is funny. Pickle is funny. And it's true. If you need a place name for a punchline, you're guaranteed to kill with Kalamazoo, connected key or Rancho Cucamonga, but why psychology professor Chris Westbury at the university of Berta has a fascinating theory. And it's based on perhaps the two unfunny est words in the English language statistical, probability Westbury. Published a paper in October of two thousand eighteen in the journal of experimental psychology with a first rate title, Wrigley, squeaky, Lennox and boobs. What makes some words funny in his research? He started with the list of the five thousand English words rated funniest by real humans and constructed a working with medical model for predicting the laugh factor of nearly every word in the dictionary. When Westbury applied his model to a data set of forty five thousand five hundred and sixteen English words, it decided that these ten words were the funniest of all up Chuck bubbly Baath wriggly. Yes, giggle. Kuch Cafa puffball and gigli runners-up included squeaky flappy and bucco and the perennial favorites of every eight year old on the planet poop, puke and boobs on the other end of the spectrum the word found to be the absolute least funny was harassment. In his paper Westbury explains that philosophers have been trying to unravel the mystery of humor for millennia Plato and Aristotle we're big fans of humor seeing it mostly as a way of denigrating and feeling superior to others Casero introduced incongruity theory, a writing that the most common kind of joke is when we expect one thing and another is said in which case our own disappointed. Expectation makes us laugh while the incongruity theory of comedy makes perfect sense of even rainy tins. Find switcheroo tricks high. Larry's Westbury says that it's not a true scientific theory in the clearly not every incongruence event is as funny as another a random coughing fit in a crowded movie theater isn't nearly as comical as a random farting fit. I mean, just try to say random farting fit without smiling. So the goal of Westbury's modeling experiments was to go beyond philosophical theorising and come up with a truly quantifiable scale of funny to do it. Westbury analyst words. In two different ways by their meaning and by their form for the first analysis. The researchers looked at semantic predictors. That group words with similar meanings. Using a free tool developed by Google that identifies words that are commonly used for one another aka co occurrence Westbury mapped out the semantic relationships between two hundred and thirty four of the human picked funniest words from this correlation plot, the researchers identified six different clusters or categories of funny words, insult sex party animal bodily function and expletive. Now. This is where things get dangerously mathematical since many of the words on the human rated funny list fell into more than one category. Other researchers needed a more precise measurement of how a words being translated into comedy using the Google tool. They came up with lists of words most closely related to each of the six categories, then they came up with the average values for each of those word categories. Using something called linear regression analysis. Those average values for each category. You know, insult expedited cetera became known as category defining vectors. When looking specifically at meaning it turns out that the funniest words don't necessarily fall cleanly into the most categories, but are the words whose mathematical values are the closest on average to those six category defining vectors. Here's how Westbury summed it up in a press. Brief the average similarity of a words meaning to these six categories is itself, the best measure, we found of a words funniness, especially at the word also has strongly positive emotional connotations. But meaning is only one type of measurement Westbury and his team looked at the form of funny words, a things like word length or the individual sounds or phonemes that make up each word in the second analysis the data fit nicely with the incongruity theory of humor. It turns out that the fewer times a word or its phonemes appear in the language. The funnier we think they are that helps explain why there are so many K and use ounds in funny word lists. There's typically improbable where it's ending in L E. Like Waddell in wriggle or another source of funds suggesting as the study, put it repetition usually with diminutive aspect. So why are we laughing? Now, this is where things get really weird the human brain seems as running all of these complex mathematical models all the time without any of us knowing it as we watch TV and read and talk to people our brains are constantly parsing language for subtle semantic, cross-connections and statistical probabilities and the result, at least on this basic one word level is what we call humor Westbury said if asked which letter is more common p or be I think the average person would have no clue consciously, but unconsciously they are sensitive to that. And we know that because they're funding this judgments are reflecting. Exactly that kind of fine tuned calculation. In other words, said Westbury people are using emotions to do math. Westbury argues that all of this makes perfect sense. Abolution airily our brains had been hardwired over millions of years to identify anything that's out of the ordinary as a potential threat and human emotions, including humor likely developed as ways of responding to improbable events and environments Westbury summed it up people laugh based on how improbable the world is. Of course, it's a long conceptual leap from predicting the funniness level of individual words to modeling the comedic mechanics of knock knock joker salty Limerick. But whispers, work points the way, maybe someday we'll finally understand why that chicken crossed the road. One thing's clear, though, a frog wouldn't have been half as
"rancho cucamonga" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Not to mention traffic before Christmas weekend if you will angel. How nasty is is so nasty Angel Martinez. Thank you know, so three hotspots go. All right. You've got the one oh one freeway loading up out of Gora coming off of chess borough that is pretty much solid all the way through the one thirty four continuing on the one thirty four eastbound is slow moving all the way to the two. Ten and you know, we talk about this mess that continues all the way to the fifteen if you're making your way to the home pass. Yes. Slow from Missouri. All the way into Rancho Cucamonga. That's gross. Yes. And then you've got this crash in the home pass it's near the one thirty eight it's not blocking. But all the actions in the center divider. So it's a huge attention getter for both directions. Other fifteen that southbound side not quite backing up into his Hesp area. But it is slow through the turns all the way to the one thirty eight and then the northbound side, of course, you've got slow down look at all the flashing lights on the southbound side. And that's keeping the drive slow-moving coming away from Ken would also you have this problem in Irvine on the five northbound near Chambery. It was a stalled box track. They're trying to clear out of middle lanes. And that has kept the five northbound solid. It's been fluctuating between lake forest drive and the one thirty three continuing north. All the way to ball road in Anaheim, just a big ugly drive. Just lots of red everywhere, and you're covering it all night. Thank you angel. You got it. We will come back Casey Montag from KTLA is gonna join us her love of animals cannot be matched. That's next on KFI AM six forty tests about IDO with more news. Well, as you're saying traffic in and around L A X is going to be terrible officials. Millions of people are going to pass through the airport over these next few days, but December twenty six that's going to be the worst traffic started to get back on the departure level round four this morning. And it's just getting worse Defense Secretary. James Mattis says he's retiring because President Trump deserves a secretary more in line with his views and the house is moving forward with a new spending Bill that includes five billion dollars in funding for a border wall. We're going to check in on your drive. Traffic's bad. But how bad we'll find out next. Traffic may be bad out there. But my breathing is not. Yes, thanks to Dr almond poor. He is awesome. He can make you awesome as well. As you probably already awesome. But you're breathing needs to match that as well. Fifty breathe easy board-certified ear-nose-and-throat surgeon, but he takes pride in how many patients come through his office and don't need surgery. Many of them leave his office in minutes breathing through their nose for.
"rancho cucamonga" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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Largest Brain Study of 62,454 Scans Identifies Drivers of Brain Aging
"Booze and pot maybe aging your brain brain imaging study has found schizophrenia cannabis use and alcohol abuse are several disorders that are related to accelerated brain ageing scientists in Costa Mesa from Google Johns Hopkins University university of California l. a. and San Francisco evaluated over sixty two thousand brain scans of more than thirty thousand People from nine months old, one hundred five years, of age, the lead author. Of the study says we can now track common disorders and behaviors that prematurely age, the brain better treatment. Of, these disorders could slow or even halt the process of
MLB -- Clayton Kershaw in for his toughest stretch run yet
"It's Madison Bumgarner versus Clayton Kershaw than at Seattle for three. They're really good. Even playing Seattle just swept the Astros in Houston, and then home to Saint Louis, their eight games over five hundred before things get easier with the Padres in the Rangers. But this this next nine games is going to be a really critical stretch for the dodgers and they're gonna have to figure out what to do with the bullpen. I think that did putting stripling in my aid in the bullpen is smart. I think that gives you two more options there and you know, they've had seven walk off losses this year. That's brutal. That's, but I'm not. I don't know why I'm not panicking yet. I, I guess it's because. Nobody else in the division, and maybe this is lack of respect on my part. But nobody else in the division really scares Arizona's pretty good at Colorado is is neck back. They're good. They're not bad or good. They're they're, you know, they had a good weekend. Dodgers open the door for him this weekend. They could've punched him in the mouth and diamond Mexican. But if if everybody in the dodgers who they have in the roster shows up, right. I think you know, tonight will be fascinating game has it's, you know, two years ago, this would have been the two best pitchers baseball,
Congress Watchdog: Border Wall May Cost More, Take Longer
"Seventy-five home so far and many more. Are evacuated correspondent Kris Martinez firefighting blades are painting, the hillsides read with flame retardant hoping to stop the onslaught of destruction crews say the weather. Is not helping the higher temperatures were going back into the high nineties making for some extreme fire behavior at least fifteen other big Fires are burning in California with a record fourteen thousand firefighters on the front line President Trump is already declared. That fire, of major disaster opening up federal funding for fighting the blaze and. Helping those victimized, by it I'm Jim, shanavie ten thirty three and northern California Matt a sentence. For plotting a Christmas day bobbing in San Francisco California man who told undercover agents that he wanted to carry out a holiday bombing in a, popular San Francisco tourist spot sentenced fifteen years in prison. Federal judge issued the sentence which came after every, Jameson Modesto admitted under a plea deal, in June the he tried to eight a terrorist organization Jameson planned the attack during talks with undercover FBI agents including what he thought was with the Islamic state, group authorities said Jameson offer to carry out violent acts and provide money for the terrorist organization. Fence, attorney Charles Lee said his client was having second thoughts and did actually take steps to carry out the. Plot Bob real KNX ten seventy NewsRadio a nonpartisan government watchdog finds the Trump administration's plans to build the wall along the, southern border could cost more More than projected the government accountability office also warns the project may take longer than plant not. Fully performance expected Donald Trump will want to spend, whatever it costs no matter how much in order to build the, wall veteran political analyst Dan Schnur teaches at USC conscious not yet certain is probably not gonna impact, his thinking wanted or another, congressman Bennie Thompson a. Democrat from Mississippi and the ranking member of the committee that requested this report argues the. GAO's findings show, the administration has no clue what it's. Doing he contents in a statement anymore spending on the, wall would be a giant waste of taxpayer money a, homeland security, department spokeswoman insists walls have proven extremely effective Claudia pets skew KNX ten seventy. NewsRadio President, Trump promised to put sanctions back on Iran what a pull the US out of the two thousand fifteen. Nuclear deal and now he's done it was a pledge the president made three months ago we will be instituting the highest level of economic sanctions The first round of snap back sanctions targets Iran's financial sector three. Months from now the US will target the country's oil exports the goal to strong arm Tehran in. Negotiations on a new agreement that addresses Iran's malign activities beyond. Nuclear enrichment as the president put it in. May they are going to want to make a new and lasting deal Steven. Portnoy CBS news the White House it's ten thirty, five time for your traffic and weather together every ten that it's on. The fives and let's go to, Chuck grow. Seven ten freeway northbound at Florence avenue the siege p. just got a call, about a large pothole in the slow lane so they may be rolling through their slowly to check it out just a heads up for you if you're. Heading in that direction sixty eastbound. At Zeus a hacienda heights watch for a crash there with an. Overturned big rig on the on ramp really not affecting the. Main line of the freeway you can exit there just have that on ramp closed where, we often get, those overturn rigs I gotta call her Ellie metro traffic. Tip line about problem. On on the sixty. Eastbound at mountain there is a. Crash there that's partially blocking the slow lane I'm hearing About some roadwork now on the ten I'm not sure this, is east or, westbound looming they kind of backwards in here it looks like it's going to be the eastbound side of the ten from via Verde over to Kellogg drive they're saying right three lanes are shut down there if, you're on the westbound side of the ten there is work the right. Two lanes taken away, between citrus and. Plenty avenue Westminster four or five northbound carpool and left lanes are shut down between beach boulevard at. Westminster boulevard slowing on the five northbound, if you're coming up out of. Santa Ana there's roadwork carpool and left two lanes shut down between the twenty two, and harbor boulevard in on the fifteen southbound the right lane shut. Down for material avenue to Elsa. Rita road as you head down, through corona your next, report ten forty. Five I'm Chuck row with more traffic reports, more often can extend seventy NewsRadio, tonight Ron seventy degrees around seventy five a little. Further inland again that. Excessive heat warning until Tuesday eight o'clock tonight at eight o'clock tomorrow night. For tomorrow highs low to mid eighties at the coast ninety s in the base in valleys in. The triple digits right now towards Seventy-three Karatas got eighty two. Rancho Cucamonga Eighty six degrees at ten thirty s Amazon has. Everything for back, to school, zebra. Lunchbox Jack who cool Adidas gear. Like t shirts shoes and backpacks check triceratops. Folders and.
HBO, Netflix and Dana Brunetti discussed on Bill Handel
"Every time they put a big show on like house of cards then then it costs them to make the show fact they kind of busted open with house of cards that. Was about to be sold I believe all the number in saying but, but trigger street was about to sell that to HBO the night of Dana Brunetti gets a call. From Netflix saying, hold on he calls, Kevin Spacey says wait a minute we've, got an offer we've really. Got to look at from net flicks. A hundred million dollars and one of the. Things Brunetti told me this one of, the? Things, you. Liked about it and Spacey like was that Netflix was gonna release all the episodes all. At once unlike the HBO model once a week all at once for binge watching they liked that they liked, the Freedom they liked one hundred million dollar check that changed everything that's the beginning of the net flicks surge now they buy up everything and AT and t. says we want that. So we don't want these onesie Tuesay Sunday night things stanky said we're, going to alter and change direction And. What they wanna do he didn't say the words net. Flex but, he said we need hours a day Not hours a week which, we have now not hours a. Month we need hours of day you are this is a quote somebody released sneakily. Released a recording of this you're. Competing with, devices that sitting people's hands. That capture their attention every fifteen. Minutes that's the new. HBO it is I mean they catch it right on I won't even watch episodic television that's once, a week I will wait and the. End of. The season I have to have all of. The show I. That's all I do is I binge I don't I. Don't even go out to dinner anymore I don't cook. What I do is I buy something, from Cosco frozen, I don't even defrost it Hi John yeah Out. Of, the. Ten Frozen lasagna ain't that bad now when you're watching the show now. You, don't even. Notice yeah, it is I mean it's crazy what's going, on and, and when for? Example what is it oranges new black is coming out with. Again the new season I gonna release all. Wherever your eyeballs shifted they've, shifted from HBO Netflix haven't they in. Most people's have absolutely and sometimes on demand wearing, go episode episode, episode, but, ninety percents Netflix literally ninety, percent net flicks well let's cares the cable companies to by the way is that this on demand is not nearly as good as over what they call over. The top streaming stuff and that's why you know this is. This is so HBO remember I said Netflixing to spend eleven billion dollars this year h. b. o. of the last three years spent two. Billion made. Six billion. That's nice that's nice money AT and t.. Wants a lot more they want to be. A lot more profitable is Netflix going to be the new Amazon John in the world or is already is. In the world of streaming well it's funny you should say. That because Amazon also compete Amazon video they have some great stuff Amazon but relative to the size and the power of Netflix does anybody. Even come. Close not. Yet they're certainly not to the expenditure but. What's in by the way talking to your. Audience this is a golden age for contact Just think of, an idea you'll sell it yeah and it's just it's, wonderful stuff just wonderful I? Watched a. Isreaeli series or show call which, is an Arabic and Israel and it's about terrorists and. Anti encounter terrace it was just phenomenal And homeland on Showtime yeah I'm from an Israeli similar to raise has really. Series Chris, may Steph alright Leo we'll talk again, next week take care of my. Friend thank you Bill this is KFI and there is Jennifer Jones late three teen boys have been hit in a crosswalk in by an SUV and garden grove police say the driver. Ran a red yesterday at least in Kazakhstan have. Arrested one of two people accused of murdering an Olympic. Bronze medal winning figure skater Denis ten was fatally stabbed yesterday ten was the first figure. Skater from Kazakhstan to win an Olympic medal he did that. In twenty fourteen more than thirty five hundred guns seized in LA county been melted down, the weapons. Destroyed yesterday in Rancho Cucamonga included handguns rifles and automatic weapons confiscated by cops melted guns are converted into rebar for highway and bridge construction we'll take a look at your commute with the KFI in the sky and, the six zero five this hour of KFI..
"rancho cucamonga" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Click on the banner for give life let me go back to terrence in rancho cucamonga turns thanks for hanging on europe prefect y'all mark sure at but you you recognize of course that first of all most of the people that you're talking about who arrived recently are not mexican you know that right okay whatever hold on hold onto not hold on for a moment on frequent they'd here's here's the here the numbers of of illegal entries in the united states since two thousand and six forty four percent have been from asia and and fourteen santos been from mexico there have been more than that from central america from places like active michael how many of these people have been here since 1980 after that first now seems like a long without what i'm saying to you is that our community south central going u2 and look at what's going on in the city council you will see black person after the black person at their with end about their community and it's not just about having people because initially michaels we will welcome it opens outlaws these people in the very moment they got two or three uh uh uh kids underneath of generations this that and the other guess what we start getting pushed out this areas in carson california where black people were forced out burns shot killed all that and and that that that is completely unacceptable that that is not a again anyone who's been getting engaged in that activity is not eligible for dhaka and is not eligible for the dream act and is not eligible for any kind of special status at all one of the things that i think is is absolutely crucial in any kind of immigration reform is focusing the attention of argh on our government of busting up gangs like ms thirteen and finding the people who are repeat offenders who are involved in violence and intimidation and pushing people out of their homes and robbing people's homes and those people should be arrested and either jailed or deported and yes i'm a strong supporter of cates laws it's called which makes it a felony if somebody is deported to try to come back in the country once your deported that should be it and this notion of coming back again and again and again like some of.
"rancho cucamonga" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"And the phone lines have been lit uh mike in rent yolk rancho cucamonga which is brock mars favor tell mike you're on the rich eisen show what's up mike hey rich are what's going on i love the idea of it but not for the first night in it i love it for extra extras if it makes perfect sense for can and on i mean you can kind of almost called the anti tony larussa rules because of what he did with pitches and pictures and bring people in left first is right i'm gonna bring this person and for this situation the whole point of baseball in the purity other they think that's why there's so much traditionalist too it is the fact that it's one man against one picture until the ball goes into play and because of that that's why the lineup is the way it is so if you're going to refresh it refreshing next extra when you look at how people are batting of their own three then you're not going to put him up just once you going right just once in xers right you could push the button anytime 10th thinning 11th than a 12th inning whenever you you went old on it so you're saying no incidents were tents the ninth and and it goes into extras you can rethink your lineup one time for extra and that's it okay thank anybody that you've already previously polled is reactivated or or is allowed to come back he adds to the game where the game itself should get more exciting as a result because the people who are out can come back yet mike thanks for the call and also help space to play potentially to get the game over is you're giving me the option between this idea for extra innings and having the runner started second base take the saigon taken the choose your lineup.
"rancho cucamonga" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"She was cited for vending in rancho cucamonga she was charged with a misdemeanor after repeated citations and then yup guess what the fed's found out about it took into custody repeated citations see most in these now he has his have selling newborn volvo the loading it gave act that's what her sister sent her only crime was selling corn hip although you're also in the country illegally right via or this source of forgot that didn't way we don't care about that a so no laws matter except the laws that ricardo larra burp sop to protect illegal aliens his laws matter everybody else's laws don't matter this is what he said sidewalk vendors are here you can't deny they exist he can't deny this is a demand for them and we want to make sure they can operate that's it that's his declaration from sacramento that we're going to make sure they're here and they stay here so basically i think what they want to do is completely decriminalise it i know the city valet was already working on a plan that would strip away the criminal penalties and and basically so you would end up with any kind of a record that ice could track see never be able to get a hold of the ps so i mean if he is so he could have a legitimate business give storefront business that serves food olga you put your your hands brands you're paying taxes you're paying of all the all the fees all the aba city code disincentive la their plan is to ask you're right the people that owned the storefronts for permission to allow the vendors like on the block lara's bill dozen its does it all doesn't and you don't need that permission so because he says though because they're illegal aliens to they get to steal.
"rancho cucamonga" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A north rancho cucamonga heath flora in modesto yesterday we really only had maze and chavez on the radar did not know five more of would turn so as we do have some audio we're going to play some of these people and were told that did chavez slammed talk radio young his little speech well and one other guy broke up he choked up well this is all supporting cap trading higher gas prices we've cat yes shahbaz can goes stick it because we calculated that if you buy by attack gasol week it's going to cost you six hundred dollars a year over the next three and a half years as they phase in this gas tax increase and that's what it is they're gonna tell you know it's not a direct gas tax but it's a formula that leads to a 63 sent price increase its attacks it's on the oil and gas companies it'll be passed down to us and the numbers come from the legislative analysts office which is a non partisan office up in sacramento so it's a real thing it is really sixty three cents it really is going to be about six hundred dollars a year if you have two drivers in your household that's about 1200 dollars year and for nothing because there's nothing california could ever do for the rest of time that would have any effect on the global climate if you wanna see this list of people who voted for this to kfi am 640 dot com keyword john and ken and click the article about the cap and trade gas tax passing and the list is therefore you obviously if these are one of your assembly people you should be really worked up that they turned on you i mean this is actually a few democrats voted no no this kill the democratic votes in the assembly day but it is is they allowed some democrats to vote no right because of damp lake all these republican there were three in the assembly that voted 'no and of course they might have voted 'no anyway because there's a lot of reasons maybe they didn't get enough kuti's but the also think as a lot of us do this is going to be really hard on their constituents who have to pay this much more gas taxes this is.