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Lost in the Forests of Tennessee
"You go out in the woods today you are show off or a big surprise. I'm always one for spending time out in nature and enjoying the wilderness. But you always have to be a little bit careful of where you go when you get up to. And that's the theme of tonight's fantastic story. Nowhere near as gruesome as the one. I told you on monday just the same now. My dear friends. I think you know what time it is. It's hump day so please sit back and relax with your favorite drink is. It's time to listen to down here. In the south riding horses is still a fairly popular amongst many. There are many different types of writing. But i've always been keen to trail ride myself. Shell writing is just what it says. It is riding your horse through trails in the woods. Mountains hills and hollows as anyone from around here. Tennessee would tell you it gets hotter than the devils not sack especially during the summer months that is to say when summertime trail riding takes place at night often we wait until full to begin writing because the weather makes it easier but during the summer we ride these rights are always time and a half as usually just a small group of us get together we all gather at the edge of the woods find the trail head from that we set out together for a long night of trout writing through some of the south's last uncivilized land. This particular story and ride took place in august three years. My father and i met up with our friends. Jr and h apm at a place known to the locals as galley hill. It has this name because the trail head is behind the galley hill. Church of christ and cemetry. Yeah i know it sounds bad already but this has been the only trail to this ride for as long as i can remember and it's never cost any sort of problems so like i said we set off for a long night of horseriding and for everyone but me a long night of drinking. I never drank when we rode. Because i wasn't of age and i was our designated driver. I'm aware this all may sound very dangerous. So even strange. But i assure you it's not at least not to us gilly hale is full of well-traveled trails during the winter but during the summer people don't write as much. The trials grow up making it easy to get lost or at least turned around halsey smarter than most folk given credit follow. They have a tremendous sense of direction and can see well at night. The only problem with horses being able to see at night is that in all for them to maintain their vision. It needs to remain. This leaves you without anything to improve your own vision while you ride a thousand pound animal and the duck who the middle of a wooded. No the only exception to this one may use a dim light with a red bulb and redlands for whatever reason which. I'm sure someone hit and explain. These lights won't make your night blind weakland aside from that and the only light we have come from the glow sticks. Everyone ties to the front and back of their saddles. So we can keep up each other easily anyway back to that. All night house came and went with nothing out of the ordinary happening as we wrote and covered a lot of ground constantly putting more distance between us and the whole trailers. I guess. It was around midnight when i made the comment that i was hungry and brought food to cook implying. I wanted to stop for more than just a few minutes to build a fire and eat unsurprisingly. I was not the only hungary one because we immediately stopped him. Within a few minutes had fire roaring and hotdogs roasting when we stop period of time we would always tie horses to trees in a circle and gathering the middle to do our thing. This was done especially at night for more than one reason. I because everyone to relax a little as we could all keep an eye on the horses together and made sure they didn't run all this had happened before and it's nearly impossible to catch a wild in the woods at night. The second reason is because host is a very large animals have superb hearing by having them form circle around us. It served as a natural to any unwanted visitors. Viewing are not after all. We were in the middle of nowhere in the woods at night. The horses formed a circle and inside the circle. We all sat by our fire eating drinking. When carrying i suddenly had the urge to piss so i stood up and walked. Had a few yards to the other side of my horse to go.
"redlands" Discussed on The Academic Minute
"On university of redlands week. Our student travel videos giving the wrong impression. I'm dr lynn. Pascarella president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute kelly hancock professor of film studies discusses a new trend in the study abroad industry in the last decade. This study abroad. Video contest has become a ubiquitous feature of the study abroad industry. Numerous stakeholders from vendors to universities now regularly promote video contests and showcase award. Winning visions of student travel through officially sponsored websites. My research of these contests their rhetoric submission directives and winning videos demonstrates how as a result of the study abroad industry's reliance on students. Free labor without a concomitant attention to their media literacy student filmmakers and the industry unwittingly collaborate in the production of a study abroad gays that belies institutional rhetoric and aspirational goals in particular. The industry's endorsement of well-worn first person travelogue techniques. Invite students to advance notions of the world as available for personal consumption adventure and fulfilment this is the opposite of the global world view that the industry hopes to cultivate in doing so the study abroad video contests demonstrates the dilemma of educational media that is deployed without an understanding of the representational terrain. In which it. Traffic's by advancing more narcissistic visions of the world. The award worthy study abroad video undermines the merit of the industry. It hopes to serve while also weakening media's promise as a tool for creating the moral disposition necessary for global engagement..
"redlands" Discussed on The Academic Minute
"On university of redlands week. Divorce is not pleasant but can be beneficial. I'm dr lynn. Pascarella president association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute jesse hewitt assistant professor of history looks into madness and marriage and historical context the nineteenth century psychiatric system calls to mind images of injustice and dread particularly with respect to the internment of women deemed insane women who loved other women women who chose not to marry and women who rejected motherhood could all find themselves committed to asylums against their wills yet in nineteenth century. France men also faced institutionalization if they failed to live up to popular conceptions of what it meant to be a good husband. One such man was august. Full degree parlee. An aging veteran of france's conquests of algieria who woke up in the parisian asylum. Sharon tone in eighteen sixty nine. He claimed his wife had conspired to poison and then institutionalized him while we it was known for profligate spending and occasionally wandering around town without his pants. He argued that his wife orchestrated his commitment because she could not legally divorced him. Parley spectacularly escaped from the tribunal of paris during an appeal hearing and fled to england where he remained until his wife's death. The widower presumably had the last laugh as he wrote her epitaph quote. Here lies my wife. Oh that she may be well for her arrest and for mine. Pre partly understood the liability conferred by madness in the nineteenth century. Even for husbands whose authority over their wives was almost always taken for granted. That was just a hewitt of the university of redlands. You can find this other segments and more information about the professors at academic minute dot. Org production support for the academic. Minute comes from a and you advancing liberal learning and research for the public good..
"redlands" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The coast of so Cal and reached orbit yesterday. Virgin orbit first attempted It's demonstration launch in May of 2020. We've got some trouble in Redlands on the 10th. It's going to be AH lost tire in lanes on the 10 eastbound just before University Street that tire in the middle traffic lane to watch for people slowing down and swerving to avoid it until it gets taken out of your way. Corona 15 South Connector to the 91 westbound truck lost part of its load of gravel on that connector road. Caltrans gonna have to come in with a sweeper and get it out of your way. Okay, if I and this guy has sponsored by injury attorney superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff Ball with a wreck on the 10, That's good morning. Now, most of most of our freeways been in pretty good shape here this morning. Here's something to watch for. If you're east on the 10 down, driving through promoted going towards Ontario at Indian Hill, there isn't deep in a crasher. Now it's the very end of the Indian Hill Acceleration lane to the East 10. That's condo. And the rightly, and the freeway. CHP just arrived a few minutes ago and put the cones out. So it's not a drastic back up for anything, but it's definitely slow approaching again that's used in Indian Hill. After that, you're okay and run out to the airport. Even the westbound side looking good. It's a matter of fact. Coming out here. We have a long look at the 10 from the Kellogg interchange over the 605. Even that was still in pretty good shape. Injured in an accident, visit Superwoman Super Lawyer calm Jeff Boggs. Hey, buy in the sky they apply in this guy helps get you there faster. I'm robbing banks. Clippers easily handled the Indiana Pacers last night to log their second straight high margin victory and fourth straight win for the second straight game, a dominant second half effort. Third quarter. In particular, the Clippers stretch out their lead. They led by as many as 34 in this fourth quarter and they win it. 1.
Wisconsin recount gets off to a rough start as Elections Commission repeatedly clashes
"That the Wisconsin Elections Commission called a meeting Used the Trump recount petition in Wisconsin. To make an attempt to alter the recount manual in Wisconsin to undermine the trump recount petition. You cannot make this stuff up. This really happened? It went on for hours last night. Our PW Republican party. Wisconsin Chairman Andrew Hit is on the phone with me right now. In fact, seeing your tweet is what made me know it was going on. And we just kept waiting to see what was going to happen. Ultimately, it was a tie vote on the W. E C not to change the manual, which means the manual will stay the same. But this is the kind of crap That that the partisans on the W. E C and the partisan staffers on the WBC we're willing to try toe undo the the attempts that that President Trump was making just a recount our state It is, you know, one of the most outrageous things I've ever seen. Vicky. I mean, they get the president's petition for recount, see the argument that he is going to make And then call a meeting to change it. A meeting that had 24 hours notice they gave the recount manual to the commissioner's just three or four hours. 38 page manual. No red line. Why would you do that? There's only one reason because they know that we're onto something. They know that they have to change it or or we are going to make so much progress. Delivering Wisconsin for president. I'll tell you something, though you're exactly right. The reason you pull out the manual one that you haven't looked at it however long and simply throw it in front of everybody without having even read over it again. You're basically saying, what can we do in this manual to undo this petition, and it wasn't just after the petition was after $3 million Was wired from the campaign to pay for the recount. So they had the money. They had the petition, and then they were going to try to undo the petition through the allegedly nonpartisan W. E. C. And it took six hours six hours to finally come up with a 3 to 3 decision, with all the Democrats saying, of course. We should change the manual to undo the Trump petition and the Republicans on I I imagine it was somewhat difficult for some of them to reach the conclusion, saying, I think we should probably keep it the same. This is that you know. Eric Bob had a great tweet when he said the one thing that is absolutely assured in Wisconsin is that the left are always stone cold partisans, The Democrats always behave like stone cold partisans. And the Republicans behave like statesmen. Well, you know, I mean, when we saw that yesterday, we saw the manual come out when we immediately started to scour it, trying to figure out what had been changed. No red line changes. And when we find it, I mean, it was just such a shocker. But you're right. I mean, we have got to fight. We've got to fight harder. I'm grateful for the Republicans and the votes that they cast last night. Thank goodness that they didn't allow this to go forward after after Like you said, the president pays $3 million and then they're going to change the rules of the recount. Just Hour after he filed the petition. Yeah. Do you know who did this? I mean, this it bears an important investigation, and you are saying that the manual itself was already changed before the meeting was called. The manual was already changed. And and you in the Trump. People got hold of the manual and notice the changes. That's right. I mean, it's a 38 page manual. I mean, it's not like there's a lot of pictures in that. So 38 solid pages of this manual. No red line changes. Um, you know, think about it. If you're commissioner, how outrageous is that is that that they would give this to you expect you to vote on it and not identify the Redlands Red line changes. Even more ridiculous is you know if you go back a few days, I don't even think they were planning on having a meeting. They were going to just do these changes, but the commissioner's insisted that they have a meeting. They imagine that they just done the changes and we didn't have a meeting. Well, we would be tell you where it would be right now. We would be in court getting that fixed and we would win because clearly it was outrageous. It was out of bounds. It's something they can't do. This whole year from April 7th election on We have seen time and time again. The Democrats. They don't care what the law is. They don't care what it's written. They want to change it. They want to change it through the court system and activist judges and we have to stand up for the rule of law. Oh, for heaven sakes. He knew a man I mean. They were actually sitting around, saying, Jeez, I think we should change the recount rules right? They would have done it in the time after the April election, and before the November election, not after they got $3 million from the Trump campaign in a petition that allow them to alter the recount manual, just perfectly toe under the
"redlands" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast
"Is thriving where in this country. What is closed up. What is shot down. And that's all new and of course guide. We hope temporary to some extent. When you start to open up again. I mean you really do. See the The gradual rise and fall of the malls more intimately. When you're on the ground when you are in the air and being on the ground now. I think you know what we've seen during our travels which has really started about two thousand thirteen so since the last ten years or so was town by town. An indication of what malls did to a town. Both what they offered it and the costs that were paid. And how the shifts in the towns themselves were kind of working themselves out to come to a place where they were more suitable to the life and the culture of the towns so with the your typical traditional american town. What happened with mainstream in tan. You know when it's been abandoned in favor of the mall on it's gone into sharp decline on now. The malls are failing to what's happening with those community. We spent a lot of time in redlands california which happens to be my husband's hometown so we have seen the rise and fall of mall life and downtime life there since the late sixties in redlands which was then a town of about maybe thirty to forty thousand people had a very beautiful old historic downtown with a grid of i would say like ten streets. Where in the commercial area they decided to build a mall smack in the middle of downtown and raised three or four of the of the downtown buildings and built.
"redlands" Discussed on 790 KABC
"He'll be back at the Sports desk on Monday. 800 to 22 K. ABC is the telephone number 1 802 225222. You can read our next guest on the pages of the Orange County Register, The Daily News, the Riverside Press Enterprise, and, most importantly, the Redlands Daily fax. Susan Shelly. Susan welcome. Shown great to be with you. Well, I'm excited to do this because people are getting their ballots in the mail. Although I still haven't received mine. Why? I don't know. But people are voting. It's not really election day anymore. It's election season and in addition to voting for President Congress in the state Legislature and any number of things we also have a bunch of propositions. That will be appearing on our ballot. And it's not a simple as people think it may be, because the people that write the title in summary for these initiatives aren't people who don't have a dog in the fight. It's the California Attorney General Javier or Bashira. Who's one of the most partisan actors in California politics, and it's written in a way to purposely deceive you. So you may vote against your own interests. That's absolutely true. It's a very sophisticated operation involves polling and focus group testing and measuring the reaction to different words and then omitting the words that draw particular reaction such as tax increase. They will not say tax increase in the your valid so we'll have to tell you which ones are tax increases. Because you have to decode it. You need one of those rings that used to get in the box of cereal. It really is a mess because one of the things that I think great about California government. One of the few things that's great is the fact that we do have the initiative. The referendum the recall. We have direct democracy here when the state Legislature drops the ball. There has to be a mechanism for voters to step in and say, all right, we're going to solve this problem. We're going to fix that. And it's been bastardized in many ways by the attorney general's office. And it's not just a hobby or Sarah thing. Kamala Harris was one of the worst actors when it involved tricking the voters into voting against their own interests. You did it with prop 57 prop 47. And others throughout her tenure as attorney general s. Oh, it's something that you have to be armed with the facts on If you want to vote your the way you want to vote. It's true. It's true there was a pension reform that could have been very helpful to California and Pamela Harris named it something like this ends retirement benefits. I don't know what she called it, but it didn't and retirement benefits. It was It was a sensible reform that would have really helped all of us so we don't have constant tax increases to cover the cost of over promised pensions. That's bad news. And and it's really important this year in particular, because we have massive tax increases on the ballot. And people don't know that because it's called something like we love kittens and puppies. And who doesn't love kittens and puppies. But when there's a giant tax increase attached to it, you should know about it. These things should be clear. Ideally, they'd be written by the legislative analyst's office. What the Legislature refuses to do that. All right, let's go ahead and start will begin with prop 14 and I'm just going to go through the title in summary, and then you can explain what it means. It's authorizing Bonds continuing Stem Cell research initiative statute. And the summary says that prop 14 authorizes $5.5 billion in state bonds for stem cell. Another medical research, including training research facility construction, administrative costs, dedicates $1.5 billion toe. Brain related diseases. Appropriates General fund money's for repayment. Expands related programs. The fiscal impact increased state cost to repay bonds estimated at about $260.260 million dollars per year over the next year, roughly 30 years. What is this initiative? How well this is more funding for something that California voters first funded in? I think 2000 for when, When there was a controversy about stem cell research, California voters agreed to fund it in California. Which at the time Wass was different than the circumstances are now today, stem cell research is funded in many different places, and it's really expensive to use borrowed money to pay operating costs of anything, and that's what this is doing and no reason for the voters of California. Shoulder this alone. It's going to cost the budget $260 million a year for 30 years, including $2.3 billion in interest. And that's a lot of money for the people of California to pay when it isn't necessary. The way it wass or the way was perceived to be in 2004. So this is a no, We don't need to do this. All right. Let's move on to prop 15. The title is increases, funding sources for public schools, community colleges and local government services by changing tax assessment of commercial and industrial property Initiative Constitutional amendment. Summary says. What's that? Go ahead, summary says. Taxes such properties based on current market value instead of purchase price. The fiscal impact increase property taxes on commercial properties worth more than $3 million, providing 6.5 billion to 11.5 billion new funding toe, local governments and schools. Well, here's what this is. This is an attack on Proposition 13. It has always been the case in California since the 18 hundreds that all property was taxed under the same rates and the same rules on what prop 13 did because of inflation and because of the appreciation of property and how people couldn't afford their tax bills for what they already owned. Prop 13 put a cap on how much the property could appreciate. The tax assessment could go up while it was under the same ownership and this applied to all property as all property tax rules table for the first time in California history, this changes that and this says, depending on how the owner uses the property. Property tax rules will be different. So for commercial properties for every supermarket office building, shopping mall, warehouse factory car dealership car wash. Still storage facility anywhere you work or shop, it will be reassessed to market value..
"redlands" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
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"redlands" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"Later that month at the end of June, nineteen sixty seven. Mick Jagger Robert. Fraser Keith Richards stood trial for drug possession. On Day, one took court five minutes to convict both Mick and Groovy Bob and they were sent to lose prison to await sentencing. MIC her the snickering of the guards, and then came their inquiries. How did it taste the Mars Bar? The one the coppers COTTAM eating out of Marianne Faithfull Vagina at redlands on the day of the bust. MIC was beyond disgusted. The rumor was sick and totally false and cooked up by one of the rating. Cops in passed onto the press to run with. There was a bar on the scene. Yes, yes? Marianne was wearing nothing but a rug, but how those two facts led to the rumor about the Mars bar should have been beyond anyone's wildest imagination. Beyond being ridiculous, it was totally unfair to Marianne. Faithfull she was getting a coming and going slut shamed publicly by the press, and cast as an unwitting innocent victim by the prosecution to make the case that Mick Jagger Keith Richards had corrupted her proof for the disruptive, morally bankrupt behavior of the rolling stones. On the second day of the trial, Keith, Richards Stay Court with Mick, sweating it out guide bars and Marianne sweating it out on the outside with the four here. The national press coming down on her. The judge tried provoking. Pointing out that. Someone who would allow cannabis to be smoked to his home to allow a young innocent women that come under the influence of drugs in his home into them be defiled by disreputable man. Drug addicts a lot of them, and surely someone would do. This was nothing more than quote, unquote, filth or scum, and suggested that people like this shouldn't be allowed to walk free. The prosecutor, take you. He had Keith on the ropes when in for the kill asking Mr Richards. Would you agree that? In the ordinary course of events? You would expect a young woman to be embarrassed if she had nothing on in front of several men. Keith stone faced not at all. We're not old men, and we're not worried about petty morals. She had been upstairs. The prosecutor did it come as a great surprise to you that she was prepared to go back downstairs, still only wearing a rug in front of ten police officers. I thought the rug was big enough to cover three women. The prosecutor I wasn't talking about the impropriety, but embarrassment keys to Kamara thought about the question. Let the tension in the room naturally bill before answering and then deadpanned. She doesn't embarrass easily, nor do I. The exchange once reported instantly cemented Keith Richards reputation as we know it today that tell it like it is can't give a fuck rock and roll pirates hooping into action to lend his toughness, his attitude, his bad assery to whatever the situation demands. The move made the Pressler public considered Keith Richards differently. He wasn't the third share in the band behind Brian Jones the band's founder Mick. Jagger the band's front pen. He was his own. Rebels rebel and for putting his neck, the line on the court record for sticking up for singers, girlfriend public at the expense of his own freedom, and for in effect, telling the establishment to go fuck themselves. He was elevated to instinct folk hero status. The judge however was not impressed. He gave Keith one year sentence for smart mouth. The maximum allowed for the relatively minor drug charge of allowing others to partake illicit drugs in his home. Hell Robert, Frasure had heroin, and he only received a three month. Sentence with Mick Brian would get nine months suspended sentence enforced drug rehabilitation, but just as the bus made Keith Richards. Richards it broke Ryan Jones. His days were numbered both rolling stone, and as a living breathing, functioning member of society, he would continue his slide into drug abuse and paranoia, and be arrested again a year later unceremoniously kicked out of the ban by making keys a year after that in June in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, nine, and less than a month later withdrawn. Somewhat mysteriously in his swimming pool on July third nineteen, sixty-nine. Keith stood in the yard at Wormwood scrubs, staring at the prison wall, visions of George Blake and his great escape. One of the guards nudged him on the shoulder and informed him. That is one day in prison would be his last. His lawyer had secured his release pending. Appeal Keys prison mates quickly went to work pending letters swiftly to their ones, and handing them off to Keith to deliver them as soon as he could on the outside Keith stuff, there's pockets and delivered every last letter. Mick Jagger was released that day. As well Robert Fraser wasn't so lucky he'd serve his time. Ironically. Keith release. It was the bastion of Conservative UK press the London Times that ran into Detoro, pointing out the unjust and extremely harsh sentencing handed out to making Keith. Claiming correctly that had they been regular citizens, and not popstars that the establishment deem disrupted to society and establishment with a clear vendetta against the do that. Their sentences wouldn't have been nearly as extreme the editorial in the times when a long way and swaying public opinion in favor of making peace and on appeal there to prison sentences were quashed. As it turned out the redlands bust was the result of key show for tipping off the news of the world who is clearly in cahoots with the police tipping them off to make the raid. In the coppers, one step ahead, having already ensconced there man David, Schneiderman. The acid king. King Nar into the good graces of the rolling stones, and the rest of the Aristo Chelsea set, who had fallen into the dangerous way of the lower class rockers. When it came time to bust Brian a few months later when the press showed up Brian's place to cover a drug bust that had an even taken place yet, what was supposed to be the final nail in the rolling stones coffin turned out to be clear proof that the establishment was colluding to imprison.
Active Search for Infant Missing After Triple Murder Ends: Miami-Dade Police
"Meanwhile hope is faded that a missing newborn will be found alive I mean the county police declaring the search for Andrew coming it'll over the boy who was a week old at the time was allegedly kidnapped by his father last month the man is accused of killing the baby's mother grandmother and great grandmother inside their Redland home the body meanwhile a forty nine year old Ernesto carry it was founded Pasco county the next day after an apparent
Amber Alert Tied To Triple Murder In Redland
"We've got new information this morning on what led to an amber alert out of Miami Miami police say they found three women shot to death inside a home after getting a tip from a family member who can contact them a baby one week old Andrew cavalier a was also reported missing from the home prompting this morning's amber alert investigators think the baby could be with his father forty nine year old Ernesto cavalier although they're not calling him a murder suspect at this time the two were last spotted in the Miami area right now we don't know the name of the victims are exactly how they died recap you don't is ninety six point five W.
Israel's president's office says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tapped to form new government
"Out come the office of Israel's president says prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been now given the difficult task of forming a new government the decision came after president Ruben Redlands attempts to broker a unity government between Netanyahu and his chief rival but Agence
Could the Great Depression Happen Again?
"Hey, brain stuff. Lauren voelpel bomb here. If you live through the great depression, that started in the late nineteen twenty s and lasted until the beginning of world or two, it's hard to imagine just how rough many ordinary Americans had it at the depressions peak in nineteen thirty three the nation's gross domestic product have been cut roughly in half and nearly one in four American workers was unemployed since they didn't have money to pay their mortgages, the foreclosure rate more than doubled, and people who lost their homes found themselves, arresting cardboard and scrap wood shacks and living in camps notice, Hoover villes on the edge of towns and cities, named after president Herbert Hoover who many blamed for the depression, in an interview published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis in two thousand seven two men who survived, the depression, describe, how people around them often were so desperate for food that they eagerly routed through garbage bins at markets for discarded vegetables, and spoiled chicken carcasses, even after Franklin Roosevelt's new deal program eased, some of the deprivation the nation's battered, economy continue to struggle right up until the war. Brought a mass. Surge in government spending and created jobs at defense plans for those who didn't go off to fight overseas. But why did the great depression happen and could it ever happened again? The pressures causes have been a longtime subject of debate by historians and communists, though, there seems to be a consensus that the economic disaster was the result of multiple factors. Some of which led to the event, while others worsened or prolonged it, and while the nation's economy, the financial system and government regulation have changed considerably since the nineteen twenties. And thirties, experts warned that we're still not immune some of the same risks contributed to the catastrophe worse, yet some stakes of that era are now being repeated at the top of the list is income inequality. We spoke with Robert S MC, elven a history, professor at Millsaps college in Mississippi and author of the great depression, America nineteen twenty nine to nineteen forty one. He says the US shifted during the nineteen twenties. Twin economy, heavily dependent upon consumption of mass produced goods ranging from automobiles to radios while sales of those products. Drove up. Office for factory owners and retailers, most American workers wages grew much more slowly. Eventually he notes, people didn't have enough money to buy more things, and keep the economy, going businesses tried to cope by extending consumer credit and allowing people to gradually pay off their purchases. But they didn't have enough income to keep buying new stuff as well in the summer of nineteen twenty nine to avoid having inventory, pile-up factory started cutting back on production, and laying off workers those workers, then couldn't buy things which meant even more products piled up that started the economy on a downward spiral that contributed to a four day stock market crash in late October of nineteen twenty nine which raised a quarter of the value of the Dow Jones industrial average wiping out investors and severely damaging public confidence circa, nineteen twenties. Income inequality was exacerbated by a series of tax cuts pushed through congress by secretary of the treasury. Andrew w Mellon, extensively to stimulate the economy as one of the world's richest men Mellon personally benefited from the cuts more than. Practically all the tax payers in the state of Nebraska, as one political opponent of the Bill pointed out, ninety years later income, inequality is growing, and it's a threat to an economy, which depends upon personal consumption of two thirds of its economic output, and congress in two thousand seventeen past a massive tax cut package, which most Americans see themselves as not benefiting from. In addition to income inequality, there was a lot of investment speculation going on. There's a difference between investing and speculating, which invested pedia defines as putting your money into high risk investments in hopes of making a killing, but in the nineteen twenties, when everything seemed to be booming investors often were a bit too, trusting. We also spoke with Todd new p- a professor of economics and business at Cornell college in Vernon Iowa. He said, many people think of the dust bowl or the stock market crash, as the proximate cause of the great depression. But in reality, it was caused by the same factors that have caused financial crises throughout history in the US and elsewhere, debt financed speculation. In other words when people find it too easy to borrow other people's money to speculate on risky ventures. Stocks bonds, subprime housing, etc. Then people risk too much and prices boom, only to eventually bust decades later. Unfortunately, we're still vulnerable to that psychological flaw. Nuke said, markets are prone to. That this time it's different only to find out again. And again that it is usually not. In the nineteen twenties. The United States was also dealing with some bad Federal Reserve policy today were accustomed to thinking of the Federal Reserve, the nation central Bank as the guardian of the economy, that's because it's board could use monetary policy control of the supply of money and credit to stimulate the economy, when it needs a boost or to put on the brakes when inflation is starting to creep upward, but in a two thousand four lecture, former fed chairman, Ben banenky detailed his theory that ninety years ago. The fed dropped the ball with policy blunders that helped cause, prolonged the great depression, starting in nineteen twenty eight the fed hoping to put the brakes on Wall Street speculators who are investing borrowed money started raising interest rates that policy succeeded a little too, well as evidenced, by the stock market's catastrophic drop in October of nineteen twenty nine but then even after the stock market collapsed, the fed kept increasing interest rates, the reason was that the US like many other countries was on the gold standard, meaning that the dollar was redeemable in gold and pegged. To its value. When pennant investors started trading their dollars for gold, the fed moved to thwart them, Brennan key explained in his speech to stabilize the dollar the fed once, again raised interest rates sharply on the view that currency speculators would be less willing to liquidate dollar assets if they could earn a higher rate of return on them, but the high interest rates made it tough for businesses to borrow two whether the hard times, and many went bankrupt as a result at the same time according to banenky, the fed also didn't do enough to protect the nation's banks leading depositors to out their savings and hoard the cash further worsening the economic crisis. The US wasn't the only country with such problems. We also spoke with within you'll Klein and assistant professor of economics at the university of Redlands an expert on economic history. He said the gold standard helped things along by limited in the policy responsive nations around the world. Things like lower interest rates, and government deficit spending or made much more difficult. In addition, while Great Britain, provided global economic leadership before World War, One after. The war, the US, essentially, refused to lead despite being the new center of the world economy. Fortunately, this is one area where policymakers learned their lesson Klein said in the end countries dropped the gold standard and many engaged in deficit, spending, and monetary policy, and the US established its leadership under the Bretton Woods agreement about nineteen forty four packed created the World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund as well as eliminating gold standard internationally. On the other hand, as a candidate Donald Trump said that bringing back the gold standard, quote would be very hard to do. But boy, would it be wonderful as president, he considered nominating to the fed board, Herman Cain, who wrote in two thousand twelve in the Wall Street Journal that the dollar should be redefined as quote, a fixed quantity of gold, though. In a recent interview Kane backed away from that position. And Stephen Moore and other past gold standard advocate told CNN that he now favored, petting the currency to a quote, whole basket of commodities both later withdrew from consideration in the face of political opposition. One of the other big factors that led to the depression was trade wars, the smoot-hawley act, which was written in early nineteen twenty nine when the economy was still going strong but became law after the Wall Street crash raised US tariffs by an average of sixteen percent. The idea was to keep other countries from hurting US manufacturers by flooding the market with lower priced products. But when those countries responded by imposing their own tariffs result was a ruinous, global decline in trade, the deepened and lengthened the great depression, that bit of history, worries many people today due to President Trump's fondness for imposing tariffs in an effort to protect us industries. So many of the factors that contributed to the great depression are still risks whether they will ever combine an economic perfect storm is a harder question to answer.
"redlands" Discussed on RISE Podcast
"So I went to school here in Redlands, I won't high school like a really small to Montessori school Mike graduating class was like twenty three kids. And then I went to the university of Redlands, and I lived here. My kids go to school here until I'm very closely tied into the community in lots of businesses and other entrepreneurs that are here that I kinda just went around some people like, hey, I started this business. Look it. Here's some examples of you know, things that I'm making d like them are you interested in them d want to sell them and right away? I had support. I didn't have one friend that. I went to that told me now, I feel like it's important to say to though if you guys have never seen Tories product, it's gorgeous. So that helps just for anybody who's listening who are like, oh, that's it. Like, I just need the friends you do need the friends in you do need the connections, and you do need courage to ask. But she also had a really beautiful product. Because the yeah. Because it is. And if we don't follow them on Instagram, you absolutely need to go just if nothing else for the gorgeous gorgeous photos, but you had a product that you believe you had a product that story if felt sort of mission. It sounds like to me. Oh for sure that was the driving head for their. Why you get in some local boutiques is that how it started. Well, funny, actually, one of them was just a local boutique lady, no say, hi, Tricia, she owns. Stores called nectar, and then another one now that's called four good and. They have they're all over southern California. And I had gone to her house because I knew her family showed her my stuff on like, hey, can I get this in there? And she was like yes for sure it's great. And she really gave me some very good pieces of advice on how may be a suggestion of maybe what I should change on a product or how I could market. And that was you know, that's kind of priceless advice. But like you said I had already done all the legwork for like a year in creating a product that I felt proud enough to put out there. So I got into her store in. Also, I have another friend that I went to high school with Ryan Burke. He he owns ice cream companies and a chocolate company which. Doesn't go bags at all. But they're they're pretty Neak businesses, and he loves to travel, and he was a big supporter of mine when I started, and he let me put my bags on display with my cards and all of his stores, so nobody could buy him there. But they were just seeing them like, oh, wow. It was really awesome. So you know, they were just sitting there with my cards and had my website had social media on it. So then people are seeing in person and then going online buying following connecting. And that was that was really awesome. So I had that. And then I had another friend that I went to high school with who owns a company on a she is a clothing company, and she contact me as I k- I heard what you're doing. This is great and she had already been around for a couple of years. Let's do something together. And she started promoting me on her social media. So yeah, it was like work your ass off to create. This product that you're proud of. And then ask everybody that you know to help you. I love it. I it the civil how how what year is that. When it when it started when front started to pick up versus where we are today that I think that was probably about four shoot maybe about four years ago five years ago. It took it was like about I started Benin two thousand thirteen in about by two thousand fourteen I didn't really have to, you know, be sticking it in other businesses to just be seen. So it took about it was about a year of that. It was about a year legwork to create the product in about another year before it was a good flow. And would how big a deal was Instagram for you was influencers for you. I mean, actually, that's how I I found out about years ago. It was I started seeing at pop up in my Instagram feed. No. Yeah. That was huge because as much I mean, I hate to say it..
"redlands" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Redlands school district has agreed to cough up eight and a half million dollars to settle sex abuse claims former Redland high school drama teacher has pleaded not guilty to a list of lewd felony charges against four girls in connection with the settlement attorney Morgan Stuart says the man was found with drug paraphernalia and allowed to keep teaching and had a futons in his office. That administrators knew about nobody ever walks in and says, what are you doing? How are things going? What kind of behavior is taking place Stuart says since two thousand sixteen the district has paid out more than thirty million dollars in similar claims. Redlin says it has strengthened his policies for reporting suspected child abuse Corbin. Carson KFI news US Olympic Committee's chief of sport performance has been fired over the sex abuse scandal surrounding former team doctor Larry Nassar ABC's. Ryan burrow, says an independent report found Allan Ashley and former CEO Scott Blackmun were told about the net. Answer allegations in two thousand fifteen a year before the claims made the news, but the USOC never followed up and the two CEOs engaged in affirmative efforts to protect and preserve their institutional interests Blackman resigned in February over health concerns. The lease in LA say a loan shark has scammed people out of their homes LAPD detective men. Well, sir Gurria says the lender went after Spanish speaking people who were about to lose their home. The victims are close to losing their home say often place trust in people who sell them dreams and hope, but ultimately still their money. Cigarroa says the man stole tens of thousands of dollars from the people he ripped off the lender. Advertised his phony business on Spanish language radio station, a search and rescue dog has helped sheriff's deputies in temple city and a standoff at an in and out the lasted about twelve hours. LA county sheriff's Lieutenant Robert Hamlin says the dog is trained to sit and Barak when it sniffs out the person it's looking for. And the dog named Dc did just that this afternoon the dog out and.
"redlands" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Great was not convinced. Well, what is going on with Redlands unified? We've got three teachers who have been arrested on sex abuse allegations involving students in the past five years that seems a lot. It is a lot. I feel like I wanna make a quick PSA. Just a quick gas. Public service announcement for anybody who is in the education field. Whether you happen to be a teacher, or probably more importantly anything in administration or staff. If one of your teachers has a reputation for being the stone or teacher. I want to keep an eye on that guy or gal just just a thing. I mean, if the kids know that teacher has a reputation for showing up I disagree. I disagree. And drug paraphernalia in the class year insinuating that people that smoke pot or child molester. No, no, no, you're more likely to become a child molest not even that not even that because Leto at Nevado high is the stone our teacher p teacher. Okay. Very much into the pot. Okay. But a wonderful person. I'm not saying it can't be wonderful person. But just saying like someone's breaking the rules clearly has a reputation for it. Guy in your radar when you're in control, go with the flow when you're not in control take it like a straw. It's the very best for your soul. Come on. Now. Not god. How does anyone anyway? Former Redlands a high school teacher. Joel Kunst twenty seven years old of Laverne has been arrested on suspicion of molesting two students in the past two years. The first signs of suspicion came in October of last year when custodian heard noises while cleaning the auditory them, of course, home to the school's theater department and found drama teacher Jole hiding in the attic among the props and costumes custodian goes downstairs and notices an exit door is ajar it looks outside. And there's a teenage girl said, I left my jacket inside the auditory. Can I go get it? He follows the girl inside she says, oh, maybe it's not here. And she takes off. So luckily, the custodian is like what the hell is going on here. And so he goes to the principal and says something's something's up with your stone teacher. Yeah. That begins three different police investigations over the course of a year plus that eventually led to this guy's arrest last week and or a week and a half ago, and he pleads not guilty last week fifteen valley charges. He's back in court tomorrow for a pre trial hearing and among other things. Oral copulation someone under eighteen unlawful sexual intercourse. Child-molestation penetration by foreign object distributing or showing pornography to a minor sodomy sexual exploitation of a child. This guy has a massive laundry list of things that he's accused of doing including having a sexual relationship with one of his students to the tune of forty or fifty times Redlands unified hired him as the drama teacher September twenty sixteen. He was twenty six years old. And there were some job performance issues that surfaced about six months later that had nothing to do with sexual misconduct. And then three months later. That's when the custodian speaks up about the auditorium incident. Now, according to. Police reports the victims either did not come forward or when they did they denied any inappropriate relationships with him. But last month one of the girls finally came forward. And there was a USB drive turned over to cops that contained pornographic still images and video of this guy engaged in. To engage in sex acts with two girls who were built sixteen. He had used one of the girls cell phones to take the pictures and shoot the video. That's one of the girls told investigators that she in the sky had Saks dozens of times and that when they were at his home, one time her best friend joined them. They had alcohol they smoked pot. And this guy's wife was to home. Yes. He's married. She was due home. So he drives the girls to a Chick-fil-A, and he buys them, food and walks home, telling the girls, hey, stay here till you sober up and are able to drive home. The thing is when when police investigated this guy started asking questions about this drama teacher. Everybody said, oh, yeah. I mean, he's he's got a reputation for being the stone or teacher for being the guy who super flirtatious with students that he's the hip drama teacher. He's totally down with all the kids. I I don't there were very few young high school teachers when I was in high school very few. There were there were couple. And there was always an assumption that they were going to be more down with everybody. In high school because there were only eight ten years older than us. Yeah. But but but nobody had a reputation for being flirtatious or being the stone or teacher. It's just it's bizarre to me that this this goes on that this somebody there at the school knew that this was going on or had a very strong suspicion that it was going on. And they can't get this guy out of there. I don't know. How many of the details we can get into here not a whole lot? What about what one of his alleged victim says he had a fetish for? Now. No k kids. I mean, they will say kids in pregnant women and transgender boys. He even told one of these we use the finger quotes here one of his girlfriends that he had sex with an underage girl while he was working at a summer camp in Texas and had gotten fired for it. There was one of these girls, by the way, she she didn't have sex with this guy, but she was so traumatized by what appeared to be sort of this grooming relationship that he was involved with with her that she no longer goes to Redlands high school, she has anxiety. Now, she is home schooled. And he would tell her things like how beautiful she was that. She had a nice body and his quote, I can't wait to show. You all the cool things I'm into after you listen to this part. He also worked at Disneyland. Pageant helper dressing up as various Disney characters. They didn't say which character he portrayed, but says he was employed for only a brief period of time. Fully now, we mentioned this at the outset. This is the third time in the last five years that someone's been arrested in Redlands unified. Now, there's a special Ed teacher and golf coach. Kevin Kirkland suspected of preying on girls at the school for ten years before he was arrested in April twenty sixteen then there was the English teacher and soccer coach Laura Whitehurst who was arrested after she had a kid a kid with one of our students. Good Lord in the thing that amazes me about these is that whenever we hear these stories. No one goes. Oh my gosh. He was such a straight laced guy or she was so surprised. Yeah. The stone or teacher that would show up just ripped. Yeah. The guy who always had bombs in the desk. So weird. He broke rules. I don't like your parallel or your connection between him being Estonia and him having sex with students. I'm not saying that there's a connection not just about breaking rules in blurring the lines era pedophile. Which is also breaking the rules. Yeah. But that's a different set of rules. Isn't it? Now. Yes. I guess you're all right coming keep an eye on the guy. I don't care what you're right. Coming up next, a serial killer. Admits to a bunch. No sorry. I wasn't calling. You. She just fired up, and then she started looking up serial killer. Said Siri Siri Siri. She knows that. I'm not talking got mad at her. This guy admits to as many as ninety murders including some here in California. We'll talk about all of that coming up next on Kerry and Shannon. That's Monica Rix, what's up, the national average cost of a gallon of gas has dropped twelve cents in the past two weeks and California is following that downward trend, but prices here are still more than a dollar over the national average in the metro area gallon cost three sixty seven in OC. It's about five cents cheaper. A woman from Texas who traveled to Mexico for plastic surgery has placed in hospice care with major brain damage the realtor from Dallas never woke up after getting put under a news job in some other procedures last month. Mexican officials raided the clinic and temporarily shut it down and it's world toilet day. Hygiene activists and humanitarian say toilets or the lack there thereof or no laughing matter in the third world charity. Water aide says one in five primary schools worldwide has no toilet access. We've got whether and trouble on the seven ten next free the oven..
"redlands" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Driver was going forty to fifty miles an hour when she was hit and then took off to people have been killed in a car crash in Palmdale. CHP sergeant Stephen Girardi says the crash happened on the fourteen freeway near the Rancho vista boulevard. Exit added at five o'clock in the morning traffic collision involving the Toyota Highlander another vehicle occurred. The Highlander fled dot closing scene at a very high rate of speed and collided into the back of the truck on the right shoulder within a closure for concrete repair. Some lanes of the freeway had been closed while cops investigated that crash traffic from your helps helpful socal Honda traffic center crash in west L A on the four zero five it's going to be on the southbound side at Olympic boulevard. This to car wreck still blocking the carpool lane right now, the backup is to valley vista checking the socal Honda. Traffic dealers traffic jam looks like we have a crash working in west Covina, the ten westbound Baldwin park boulevard looks like a four car collision. Here looks like it may be over on the ratio older, but it's still pretty slow Curtis. Another problem working right now through the Redlands area. Ten eastbound at Ford street stalled people there has the right lane blocked KFI in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm John gamble. The average sedan is built with a steel frame and equipped with six airbags. Remember this the next time you see someone walking drivers be aware pedestrians. Don't have armor. A message from the California office of traffic safety..
Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro's speech cut off, soldiers seen running
"With. Another deadly and destructive wildfire season the governor's asked for a federal disaster declaration to free up federal dollars for fire, victims, to rebuild and get food unemployment, benefits and mental health counseling assistance Brown toured. Fire damaged areas in reading today and also said California. Needs a statewide emergency alert system mandatory evacuations have been ordered for more than five thousand residents on the northeast shore of clear lake because of the one, hundred fifty. Three thousand acre Mendocino complex fire it's now the largest fire burning in the state and. Has destroyed eight homes and buildings the fire is thirty percent contained hot temperatures and low humidity are not helping firefighters gained control of that fire in north of San Francisco or up near reading where a fire that has destroyed more than a. Thousand homes continues to burn sheriff. Tom Cinco says the fires burned almost one, hundred thirty four thousand Acres but things are. Looking up a bit I'm glad to say that now the city of reading has all the areas opener has been repopulated we're working in some of those more difficult. Areas of the county to get people back in almost forty thousand people have been evacuated. From their homes since the fire started almost two weeks ago a nineteen year old student at Cal State Northridge has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting women on campus see San police chief and glavin says Davis Merano high may was arrested on. Campus yesterday I spent hours with. One of the victims of myself And a, parent and I know how incredibly excruciating it is Marino high may is a twenty seventeen graduate of Redlands high school he played soccer at c., son he allegedly committed multiple assaults between. April of twenty seventeen and last month a transmission of Venezuelan state TV has been mysteriously cut. Short. The station was showing President Nicolas Maduro giving a speech in the capital city of Caracas during a celebration for the national guards eighty first anniversary the president cut short his speech and hundreds of soldiers who had lined up in ranks scattered and started running then the transmission ended without explanation police in Portland Oregon have fired flash bang devices, into, a crowd and ordered protesters from a. Right, wing group in a self-described antifascist group.
Anthony Anderson Denies Assault Claim as Police Launch Investigation
"Is dead following a forklift accident in Pomona California Highway Patrol authorities say Jordan of Redlands was working in the construction. Zone on the eastbound San Bernardino freeway between. Via Verdy an Kellogg drive Friday morning what was operating a telescopic forklift when. The machine went down an. Embankment ejecting Hoyt and landing on top of him he was pronounced dead at the scene actor Anthony Anderson is under investigation for allegedly assaulting a woman last year and accusation he strongly denies Los Angeles police have confirmed that, Anderson who stars, in the ABC sitcom blackish is a suspect in a criminal complaint filed recently by a woman who catered an event. For the actor The actors Representative said that so far police have not contacted him. About the allegations seven ninety KABC sports the. LA dodgers are in Milwaukee taking on the brewers the angels host the Houston. Astros the Oakland a.'s host. The San Francisco Giants and the Padres are in Philly but that game postponed because of rain they'll make up the game tomorrow in a doubleheader seven ninety KABC dependable traffic And we've got a sig alert this is on the five southbound at stadium way it's because of a stalled big, rig blocking the middle lanes..
"redlands" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer
"The we have the proof of that absolutely and culture says and it's so true that immigration is the most important issue because it determines all other issues and we see that playing out both nationally this week were recording here on thursday so we don't necessarily know the and misty votes can go in the house where paul ryan is trying to put through a mass amnesty bill hopefully that will will lose but also local is some patriots went to the redlands city council this week to urge them to join the sp fifty four rebellion which is now up to forty three cities and twelve counties they're taking some action against the democrats sp fifty four that by definition only protects criminal illegal aliens and redlands has not been willing to put it on the agenda of the city council so he went there and public comment to urge them to do so and i i put up a facebook page to impart get people are cy also to bring out the pro illegal alien criminal side i think they present well for our cause and they did not disappoint see you had people there that were in favor of this they saw that you were going to do this so they came out as well to present the other side of the sp fifty four issue right from the gecko there were three or there three pro open border pro sp fifty four lefties in the front row who refused to stand for the pledge of allegiance i signed from the get go right from the getgo and it was utterly apparent as i've seen it all of these different ones that have gone to is the people that are in favor of sp fifty four do not want to enforce america's immigration laws anytime anywhere against anyone they want open borders and anyone who wants to come into the country should be allowed to do so we really saw that take place in real time over the last couple of weeks as the media which is the really the democratic party the pr arm for the democratic party tried to make an issue and largely succeeded about this trump policy they called it which was really just trump following both the florez decision from nineteen ninetyseven as well as the law for dealing with people who cross the border illegally they tried to make hay of it and you know what we what we learned essentially is that the media is willing to do anything including call the trump trump donald trump in the trump administration nazis that they are individuals that are running concentration camps on the border we even heard peter fonda who is willing to say that dhs secretary should be stripped of her clothing and whipped in the public square in cage barron trump should be ripped from his mother and kidnapped and put it in a cage with a pedophile yeah this is just really despicable stuff beyond the dingdong hollywood celebrities or wannabe be celebs a former celebs like peter fonda is you had general michael hayden who was previously the head of the national security agency and the head of the cia he tweets out a picture of the nazi concentration camp at auschwitz and said there other governments that separated parents from their children as if holding illegal immigrants until their cases heard is you seem a quivalent as sending them to a death camp where they use poison gas to kill the people they are and then incinerated there remains as i could see those really are the same thing aren't they done this is the two thousand eighteen version of pushing granny off the cliff right which was you know that the effort to get paint a picture of paul ryan doing whatever he could take money and the wife away from people on social security medicare then there was this guy michael steele who's on the republican national committee and he he he referred to these holding illegal aliens illegally crossed the border that's why they're illegal as the this is the concentration camp and he says they're coming for your children next right they're going to start rounding up american children.
"redlands" Discussed on 790 KABC
"An at and t store in redlands it's been hit by robbers at least twice in the past two months the most recent break in happened last friday a couple of minutes smashed through the front door with a truck police say then ripped phones off their security platforms through them into a bag and drove off last month three men storm the store assaulted a security guard grabbed phones from a display case and ran she's a carjacking suspect who gained the victims trust with tears anaheim police say this woman twenty nine year old crystal sullivan a baldwin park was crying when she asked a seventy nine year old woman for a ride to the bus stop when they got there police say she pulled a gun and stole the victims car baldwin park police helped crack the case matching the suspects mugshot to a missing persons report a man who spent nearly twenty five years on san quentin death row for a crime he didn't commit was released today those are cries of joy as sixty eight year old the center figueroa was set free this afternoon just outside the gates of saint quentin figueroa was on death row for raping and killing a toddler in nineteen ninetythree but the state supreme court overturned that conviction when doctors who testified in the case recanted their testimony the kern county district attorney has decided not to retry the case be second weekend at the coachella music festival is off to well kind of a rough start organizers have had to delay the opening of the campgrounds until three am that's because high winds are creating some dangerous conditions out there nbc four tony sheehan is live in india with those campers what they're doing now and i guess they seem pretty good natured about it tony jack i tell you what everybody seems to be in a pretty good mood considering what they're going through now we are at a walmart parking lot that looks more like well a very sullen somber tailgate party there are hundreds of people out here wishing they were at a campground and not here in a parking lot well sort of these coachella music fans made it but only to this walmart parking lot in india right now ever making.
"redlands" Discussed on KPCC
"Group that superlative vocal sextet tickets at redlands dot edu slash events welcome to the frame i'm john horn thanks for joining us on april eighteenth a new amsterdam theater will start screening black panther yes that's a little late but this theater is in saudi arabia the crown prince of that kingdom has lifted a thirty five year ban on movie theaters in an effort to modernize saudi society and maybe generate a local film industry to boot but it's not that saudi people haven't been watching movies all along there on tv and video stores rents a mainstream films from hollywood bollywood and china and that's how filmmaker haifa almonds saw movies growing up she's the writer director of the two thousand twelve film watched up which was saudi arabia goes first submission to the academy awards almonds word now lives in l a and she has an english language film opening next month and i was curious about her take on the changes in her home country so i gave her a call i it's amazing to bring tom an entertainment our country like saudi arabia so the young populations it used to be called looking them aboard boredom because there is nothing to do it is very hard you just go to all it's nice to watch at some really important like to move away from lieutenant ideas and all that conservatives literature that was very dominant in society and become more normal and it is an important for young generation saudi arabia to feel that they're part of the world against it and i think that will sit in kansas for other islamic countries they're not always political messages to a lot of hollywood films but some of them do convey some big ideas like black panther if hollywood can export some kind of intellectual and cultural ideas into a country that has been fundamentalist and conservative.
"redlands" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"Welcome to my awesome empire today we're in redlands san bernardino and ontario in the nineteen nineties flynn sears was studying for exams at cal state san bernardino today he and his family are running a nationally respected corporation goodyear rubber company shares his secrets to success later in our show a six year old from chino hills describes the most beautiful part of his hometown and we hear some awesome music from san bernardino band days but first we meet cheryl mantell this amazing l a lady started an organization that is bringing health music and happiness to hundreds of san bernardino county bets by connecting them with the community and art and music cal state san bernardino journalism major sean some odd sat down with cheryl and asked her to describe military well military is nonprofit that we started in two thousand twelve and basically it's mission statement is to bring veterans into community through arts and dialogue by community what i mean is civilians active military their families and then of course bringing the veterans in notary is your pet project isn't it yes it is i was inspired to start military because i read a book by dr ed tech called warren the soul and in that book he talked about ptsd being more of a soul wound than just a disorder in the brain i'm not debating that but the book was really inspiring and one of the things he said to do and i did bring him out to do a reading and joshua tree because i often do bring authors out to joshua tree for book readings he said that one of the ways the community can help our veterans is to bring them into community one way or another so because joshua tree is such a big arts community i decided to create an organization that that would incorporate arts and dialogue because dialogue important to have you ever done something like this before never i've never done anything like this before it seems to be my mo to learn things on my feet so i just jump in and you know i didn't start it alone.
"redlands" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"A dan spikes in reality show in redlands top one hundred bike shops in the country and scottie welcome back more fun than disneyland ed you know it's because we have to get our we have to get our fix of telling people how it is so so let's talk about what happened this week as i said small town there is a little small town in in a texas southern texas called sutherland springs in four hundred i looked it up for those of you that no no were were red mountain california and johannesburg california in randburg california if you if you if you're skiers you drive up the 395 before you get to ridge crest there's these three little their look like ghost towns but between the two towns the right next to each other between the three towns there's they have a some junk yards in a silver dollar pancake house look say has been open since about fifteen hugged gas station en there's a little liquor store in i'm sure there's some other stuff in randburg but that you had to go over the around the corner to see total between those is four hundred four hundred 410 somewhere in there according to the last census so sutherland springs texas is a little a postage stamp karl rove said if you drive from san you drive through it you never stopped there is a gas station in a church and that's it but i assume there's people that is houses that are off the beaten path where people live so it's it's a small town because they were born in a small town so anyway so this week 26 abdel church service in southern springs the victims ranged in age from eighteen to sixty seven children among the dead a new year old pillar strengthen the community devon patrick kelly who dressed in tactical gear and armed with the rear air fifteen assaulttype rifle now here's what we need out this guy's benin kelly's had a record of domestic violence and his records alone should have barred him under texas law from purchasing again starting with the assault and battery on his wife and stepson one year old stepson when he was in the air force in.
"redlands" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A guy in redlands called the cops sudan through was break on his property and he watched on his phone is someone rummaged to his backyard and then took complete oh all wobble homeowners license kid slipped inside so it gets the homeowner did mona prices person but he whipped out his phone declety take video attempts squeezing it out yeah the transit is timothy christopher davis each 23 eta victor revealed do you he was arrested on suspicion of trespassing in an unrelated warrants nc littering his lengthy can he was the ring in secrecy squeeze it off on the guy's property you did that's a crime visited uh he will leads a sense of the backyard silver who kids siro loss somebody's backyard stats misdemeanor that's what i said littering could think of what the kid charged with illegal dumping this is this is hopeless because they don't really don't want to take severe action his beat so you have a human zoo outside it's like having having no wild animals on through your backyard stopping grunting and death leaving the deposit story at the pasadena is similar a pasadena co couple woke up at least sound a burglar own the floor of their home these soon asleep he made himself a scene which helped himself to some drinks and then he took a nap in the house you you he key unlock door he rummaged through a few rooms indeed himself the city which sleep ranks beverages under those dear what i think he's only come the kitchen floor this is on the floor of their home to tear of this war saw him pin weekdays it to find a am 640 more stimulating talk and dole on the news goal uh let's is this is just as good i demand that trump release his tax returns will soar slowly saying mills so how do you demanded what you keep demanding it to make your point on to say no you expect that you will change his mind that's where i think you'd be bright militants so what do you pass a law that says that presidents or candidates have to release or tax insurance you could that's fine by unless you grandfather him in rome how it doesn't matter now there is a law that says you have put a financial statement down that when you.