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"rick darnell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

"rick darnell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"rick darnell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

12:37 min | 1 year ago

"rick darnell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Yeah and most of the sessions are without it because I work on kids and I work for free. Oh wow anyone under eighteen okay. Yeah that's right. Yeah because Rawling was invented for children it was is that because it was to help Ida Rolf was kicked kicked in the chest by a horse when she was twelve and Ida Roth is is the founder of roughing named after her. Yeah so she was a molecular biologist. apologists Oh wow so. She understood the body at the cellular level. That's why she was able to bring us like the understanding of the body as a with mathematics structure which is not massage. Different very very different. I don't do. Oh sessions with the people are under a sheet and nude just workout this right here my neck and whatever you think that should be worked worked on is not really sometimes it's other areas. Yeah because it's the areas that are affecting. Yeah so when you think about the finding the balance Alan Wake Rga Teeter todor your shoulders or teeter totter or can be that way so I know so when you see people on the street or just sitting you probably I can see you in your head. Probably thinking oh they need to sit. This is going on like trying not to put judgment on what what they should do. But I'm I'm I'm putting like wedeman muscle meetings like who use the mall and watching all these girls in what I see is like oh I see what you do all day you sit with your legs crossed in you do all day so when you go to walk you haven't walked that out you haven't it because your body you're teaching your body how to be by your actions by your motions and what you do all day and your emotions through your emotions motions could get caught and stop you from doing something or it could be the organs itself is a two way street not a one yeah about like Oh if my if if my liver or my my liver right here which is being compressed because my shoulders too far forward because amusing my pex excess to much and that could be like a emotional reason why I'm feeling like hey the weight of the world is on my shoulders so then your posture turns into did this. Then you're locked down here in the tissues lockdown so I work with the FAUSIA. The Faucet is a big word right now to along with cannabis. It's Russia Russia. Tell people what fauchet. Sasha's the connective tissue. It's the reason why you can move this and that and where is that. It's everywhere in your body. Oh Wow just just like the cannabinoid receptors. All the cells right everything as above so below everything. Well so what stories stories you have I mean I. I know you've had a lot of people come in with issues or injuries. Yeah what do you what do you have maybe a story or two you can buy this. One guy came in and it was. It was more for his shoulders shoulder to killing me. He he's a construction worker and He was doing a lot of this but it wasn't just that when I looked at him his feet were just horrible and they were implanted in and he walked like a duck or he walked like that. So it's Kinda like woo okay in order to like in order to build build this building that we're in right now which is like how many stories five at least five or six seven story building and we have to have a good foundation or else will feel it at the top. We'll hear the top of the building will fall over right just be like not debacle all right so if you have a structure and you and there's not stability from below in your feet can't be stable up above and you'll see more up above her. You'll complain about it more up above the shoulders because they're trying to. That's why tight rope walkers they lost it in their feats they're gaining it by balancing with the poll. Right or of your arms right. You have this construction worker that comes in with. Oh my shoulder my shoulder. Yeah and actually took like it took quite quite a while and quite a few sessions but we finally got his feet under control and he has arches barrel into see him have arches in walk like a normal a person like a regular person not the deck walk and our his shoulders at the shoulders are doing way better. Sometimes they'll have a little lower back pain or sometimes we you have to keep working at it. Sometimes because it was like. But he's working on himself and he's excited to see his feet transform. He's like look at this again. Dan We all come in thinking and my shoulders that we think that we're going to work on our shoulders and it's like what are you doing working on my fee work on his feet and he walks out feeling like a million. That's another lady that was like Shannon and you were coming to you and your on my feet and I'm like why are you being my head but when I got up and started walking all of a sudden she fell bad. Yeah all around one. How often do you have to see someone for offing is it? It depends on the person they're going through and everything's all curtailed to the person. Oh there's no like you have to come once a week for welfare for ten years and had my mouth master class and I've been strictly doing it for ten years. I know that. Like what hundreds of sessions like a week. It's going to be hard on. You did a thousand new sessions. Ah Thousand sessions a month for like a year. How here I'm sorry? How do you take care of yourself do you get roughing? Oh yes. It's vital. There's no choice choice. There's no there's no especially when you get it. You can start getting more in a way it can be like. Oh how healing that but Michael is to see you come in in so that you can have your perfect life. You WanNa do whatever it is you WanNa do and Jane. Yeah and I WANNA support will maybe there will be some pain of of course if you're gonNA minimal pain I guess if you're going to wear high heels and play the Tuba John running down the street for Duda parade. You might need a little support in that. Yeah that's true and you might want to do it. Yeah who am I to take that away from you through doctors say I mean everyone I hear in my practice. The doctor tells me not to do that. Because it's like oh well it hurts when I do this. Don't do that with the doctor's advice all the time. But that's like we're we're at the forefront and cannabis should be there about S. Testing are limits right now where we love to do as humans it has started. Limit is great that they can come to you and it's so great and you don't say well don't do that anymore because I want to see you in those hills Tuba uh-huh keep doing what they love. Whatever it is a who am I to judge what someone wants to do with their life? Yeah I I'm not like I try not to be in the way of that. I just want to support. Have you noticed that. With any of your clients that have used cannabis in addition to the sessions do they ah. Maybe they came before and they haven't used cannabis try it again. And then they and they notice a bigger difference with with the cannabis because they are able to go further either like how. We're able to navigate deeper into their tissues. How why is that though? Because they're not as like hung up up on their beliefs. Okay so the cat because the cannabis helps calm guy huge for anxiety. I I mean at first you might have some anxiety. You will taking cannabis like if they're in but then people especially if you have someone there at support That's what I am facilitator right that like. Hey watching I the watcher. Yeah which is so important for anything. Do you suggest how much they need to take or is it you just kind of let them do what they need right now. It's right now. It's like a personal like you. You Take Oh you ingested yours because there's no like personal responsibility yeah. I can't take all the responsibility for everything I mean. Meet maybe in a way we can get to know the person we could say. Hey we can it's all experimental. Everything's experimental the doctors can say that they're giving you two hundred and fifty milligrams kilograms but maybe that day you didn't eat. Maybe that other day you went to the buffet right so that two hundred and fifty milligrams is going to be or you know or you had some kind of impact or emotional there's so many different facets although like we're trying to find those way where the lines coming is it an amazing that the world just like can put itself together and also imagination. Are you getting your mind out of the way so that some people can't get their mind the way so then they can't relax when they're going through the the campus or the cannabinoid. Being enlightened lightened through. That's part of ourselves are going to say. Hey we can deal with this. Yeah and what made you start using cannabis abyss in your sessions. I like cannabis. I've always so you're just kind of I was like I smoked since I was a teen probably and was introduced to it but you knew all it does not like a wake and Baker people like I believe even into like having more mindful thought to it then using it as medicine addison instead of his recreational. I mean like there's a time for being recreationally. Yeah and it's like. Hey I can come here. You have awesome wine at a restaurant so you can chill out for like you know you have like the three an hour or so or like. Hey whatever but some people can take take more than others. Who am I edge? Just like alcohol right. I mean we all have our differences and like in when you want to. Maybe like it's appropriate. When is it appropriate? And when it's not only you can. Sometimes you can judge that and sometimes you do need someone else to judge. I think it's so great. Is Your Life falling apart. Well maybe ever thought something to look at and I can help you look at that on. I think it straight you're bringing that into your sessions for people and you want to because it's what's happening. Yeah we're on on the forefront of like using it in sessions now because if it is a street and your emotion will impact is just as much as your your physical impact in the physical impact is just as much as the emotional and and the only difference is is that we can't you can't access all your lungs as much breathing thing is you do. Because you're impacted by your fausia right. Some traumatic thing might happen and then that locked it down. It could have been an accident. It could have been. It could have been a trauma as well could have been something from birth or childhood okay. Well that's that's great that you're here with us today to explain all this has to us because I know I knew it. Roofing is because you have worked for so many times and it's amazing and I met you and I was going through that break- ah I met you. Just before we were in that and then rocky chance for mission of MEA which is huge. Because I went from like this leg little totally went from Caterpillar to a butterfly. Well thank you Shannon. I really appreciate you being here today. Just went roofing is and I just hope all of you out there got a little something out of it and learned about roughing and how you can incorporate cannabis into that session So thank you for joining us today. Am and becoming such a great party. A part of the aging community If you have any questions you are. Welcome to give us a call at eight. Three three my Jane to and speak speak to your own wellness concierge which you get me on the phone. 'cause I'm one of the wellness concierges Also just a reminder. If you're listening to US via apple podcasts please. Rate Review UNSUBSCRIBE. Some more people can hear these great stories and have a great jay own your wellness this weekend and thank you. Everybody have a wonderful.

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"rick darnell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

11:56 min | 1 year ago

"rick darnell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Happy Thursday afternoon. It is the last Thursday of August can you. I believe this. I cannot believe that we are almost in summer. Here we go. So this is Diane McConnell. Hey from my Jane and a little bit about my Jane is that our mission is to help you own your wellness. And we do that through. Community Education and exploration of cannabis solutions to address our biggest health concerns like asleep painting stress. Which sleep is my biggest one is everyone has heard every single week? And there's so much information out there that we decided that we needed to come together her and share some stories of some real life experiences so that we can help each other. Be Better and do better. And so we're here today and I'm just going to give a little snippet I before. I introduce our guest about cannabis that cannabis has been proven to reduce inflammation and reduce the effects of muscle muscle. Soreness most of us that know that have used. CBD or THC or some kind of topical than we know that helps that well and also their studies that have shown own alcohol. Consumption reduces muscle protein synthesis. which is a process that helps muscle growth but cannabis does not so cannabis? cannibus won't hurt muscle growth in any way so I think that's such a cool little fact To Bring Guston's Today so today we have here from North Orange. County roughing Shannon Middleton. She is joining us today. Hi Shannon thank you for being here misdiagnoses so tell us a little bit about your background and where you're from where I'm from. I'm from Orange County okay. Orange County raised. Yeah Anna I've had agreed journey with Healing Okay I I. I can't a lot of weight when seven years old. Don't really knew why right at that. Time think yeah. It stresses of being The mom of or the daughter of a mother that was addicted to Pepsi Cola. So that made you start looking for health at at such a young age even at seven. We'll like that's kind of where it started. Okay and then. How did you explore that at that age? What did you you know? I just noticed that I started like I'm looking back at the pictures. And seeing that started gaining weight at seven wondering what that transition was in my life right and so then when I got to high school and they're like what do you want to be when you grow up ray either wanted to be a DJ. I wanted to be a physical therapist. Okay do the different things. Maybe maybe not the the person that's married to a DJ and trainer it also so you decided to go more towards the health instead of the DJ. You went more towards well. You Tired Sports Medicine. Okay it was like an R. O.. P. Class Oh oh wow and I started getting all into that. Okay and so when I got to go to England for six months when I was twenty nice and spent my twentieth birthday there and I got to visit some of the really cool like lay lines and the cool energy centers of the Earth is a lot in England England. Right henches in Guston Berry tour where there's great castles there in the customary tour. If you ever got to see them so what does that. How does that get you into like feeling that energy and being that energy and it's all healing right so I felt it really strong that you wanted to go into that type of when I came home from England I decided like I? I was in school physical therapy but it seemed impossible. Everyone who wants to be a physical therapy. There's a big saturation of that early. On you saw that done. Yeah and so I got fortunate and was like Hey. I think I'm good at massage and I went and called the first massage school. That was in Santa Anna and it was just a little place called the Institute of Therapeutic Studies. Okay and yeah. I started like there. I worked through the like a two year program. Okay get my my holistic healthcare practitioner. But then I like skin-care to then I went to school for decision did a lot. Well then we'll so let's fast forward a little bit to the raw fame. Yeah a little bit about that and tell tell what is roughing. Because I know a lot of people don't know what we're offering is so you and yet a school you're like sadder explain this really fast. What I say is that Roth okay? So deep tissue massage most people get deep dish massages like the the therapist businesses. Getting out those knots and everyone says Oh if I get out this knots with my elbow enough. You'RE GONNA be like it's GonNa all go away and you're going to be fine but you never are. Are you like back. The therapy says Oh we have you back in like two days or next week or whatever and it just never seems solve problems. And you're given the story about not right but when you start when I started looking into roughing schools because I was in a really bad relationship and that ended and I was in a low place so instead like I had a month of like self-destruction unless twenty pounds in a month that's insane Amo for me too. That's insanely how blue I was and I. I smoked two packs of cigarettes a day. Wow for like that. Month end cannabis alcohol and then I said I pulled my cell phone was like you can't do this to self anymore. It's not worth it and my client. I was seeing at the time doing massage said that you know what Shannon you're just as good at my offer in Salt Lake City and then the next time you come back and go you know what you are better than Meyer offer in Salt Lake City DVD. And then I had a personal trainer that was across the street from my massage studio at the time and he was like all things like the Cadillac of all massages and then they sold it to me by saying that you. It's it's the deepest deep tissue you could possibly do. And at the time I was the strongest moves for like if you wanted to get deep tissue massage all Almelo Shannon Shannon because she like even like dudes in how do you explain roughing to somebody who's never done it before. How would you put that out there? It does for you. The difference between roofing and deep tissue massage is that roughing looks at the person as a three dimensional structure in in gravity. Okay now we're adding mathematics. Yeah right so we're saying hey your shoulders those traps that have not in them constantly. What if it's not them? What if they're overworking okay and you have to say oh well with some things overworking then? Something's under working and your balances off balance. And so so instead of just telling guy that's working too much higher living sham this my elbow in Thurs so you can work harder right. You say no like okay. Let's get the guy to like. See the the the muscle. Hey you don't have to work so hard and you can work a little harder and be a little more balance and then your structure will stay stable okay because when you have a stable structure your stable having more stable life life. Yeah Yeah when I found roughing I was in that despair in and at that time you knew me then I was like pushed over by anything anyone could push me the over. It was like oh I would believe almost everybody who came out with any story. Oh I'm totally on that train. And then I found my feet and Ryan was Eh. Yeah it was just like and then I was strong a strong enough to quit smoking completely like cold Turkey. In Sandy Dune anything cold Turkey but it was. It was a little bit of process but a quick completely. Can't even hypnotize myself that I can't even put a cigarette to my mouth. It's just disgusting. Was it because you went through Ralph in yourself for was a lottery offing so like just that and self expiration and taking classes more and more and more you get into it the more you see. It's it's a secret geometry when you discover the flower of life you can. It's like a passion so so going to roughing school helped you own your for wellness so you were learning how to help go I had to I had to go to Colorado from California Colorado. Yeah I leave my daughter for for two years but months at a time which was hard for both of us and then take a chance and say. I'm doing this for me and going to school so I can learn so I can be one of the. There's only like eight to ten people in Orange County that were certified by the Rawling Institute in Colorado which was a big deal. Field is hard to find definitely is hard to find an Orange County. Yeah find a Roofer. Yeah well so then. Let's I know that you had told me. You incorporate cannabis into into your sessions will the call about that cannabis kind of incorporated itself okay into my sessions because in order to explore roughing first of all all you have to be here about it and you have to be kind of open minded to be away from the more conventional definitely and so the open minded people are also open minded to cannabis as Mueller and they might ingest it before and I didn't encourage or discourage it right and so it was like. Oh okay that's cool. It's work with this and did you find that. It was helping people more when they were ingesting or definitely or smoking a little bit before they came in and do use topical with people. Yeah Okay I if they want to or favoring Dan then of course like it because they it's their they're conscious choice and I'm totally cool. Well so if somebody comes in WHO's brand new to roughing and to cannabis yeah. Do you have any of those people that come in that you talk about what cannabis does and maybe do you find that people are open to it. Then Yeah we've heard about it and they've heard like so many people so many people around around like everyone's just like hey. I think the the people that were scared by cannabis in the early thirties. That went our win. Reefer madness came out those people how they're not the normal people anymore. Yeah we know that. So the the fear of cannabis and the fear of CD the fear of all of that which was embedded into them by like we already know like the the structures that authorities structures that only use it as like. Oh we got to keep ourselves elves. Yeah definitely well and it just like I said. In the beginning it's been proven to reduce inflammation and soreness. How would you not want to use it with your sessions eight point? I mean we're just at the California we gotta be at the forefront of that it's part of healing knew that won't so what kind of stories you have with people where they come to you and they have. I don't know just say chronic back issue. How does raw fien? What are your sessions? Look like what would that look like for. Golfing are for the 'cause there's there's difference between R- offing a you know certain session where everyone's like Like they're just on their Own Journey and so then maybe they encouraged the. Don't like ingest the cannabis first. And then that's one session. And then we have another session with the cannabis or war with him or with anything like they. If they're scared too scared to do cannabis they can try hemp oil okay and ingest that but then you also do due sessions without candidates..

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"rick darnell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

"rick darnell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"rick darnell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

10:42 min | 1 year ago

"rick darnell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"The all start jumping ship <hes> when the money starts drying up or you turn the tap off in the they jumped ship? Let's let's get into your business businesses now and understand that <hes> in or I know firsthand that you're involved with elite beverage which is based in Anaheim meals and their flagship product is <hes> Tequila Comma Serio Ura. You're a founding partner of that organization. Just give us some inside on how you got involved with the Tequila Business and with a Tequila Com cereal specifically all right well kind of goes back to like when I got volva Fred Bulletin the coffin that appear company we I learned an early age with them as packaging is so important and selling a product to get on the shelf and we were at the two thousand eleven to two thousand twelve N._B._A.. All Star game mean. Julius erving Dr J. It was hosting a <hes> after party of the all-star game and I had a lot of different sponsors with blood different products alcohol Cognac. Everything you can imagine was in that room and I was walking around in very close friend in my founding partner Steve Rice. was there and everybody kept raving about this Tequila. I think ricky gotta try this Tori. Coffer Father played for the dodgers and says rick this is is fabulous and so I go get over to it and the I'm looking like wow what a beautiful packaging and try this. I'm not used to the old days of the not-so-good Tequila the same names still out there but yeah and so I went over and I tasted the nail the Blanco the rap Oh and then you hail and Yale and it was really beautiful and it was almost like a cognac had such a creamy me beautiful taste it wasn't it was a sipping Tequila and this is one of the best Akitas I've ever tasted my life and all the other players which love the ball players are experts at this stuff all that the line was going out the door trying to get this Tequila Kayla and so that I spoke to the owner people in charge in got to the owner of the Tequila Company of commissary cut a deal with him some help be bringing to the next level. He was struggling a little bit how good to market and means David even taken it on and we've when every major contest out there on two kilos compared to other blind taste and all these big names of the down Julio's in ecommerce patrols and stuff like that I will stand up our product to any of them and I I'm always a winner. That's what we played with pro sports and I know I'll be a winner with his product because it's fabulous got a great pride package and a great product with inside side. You're listening to business pulse talk radio. I'm your host. Michael Brent have my very special guests with me today. Rick Darnell ex-professional <hes> basketball player and businessmen now with elite beverage international and their flagship product product Tequila Commerce R._E._O.. You're also will transition this show. I guess is always about getting high on something either alcohol or or we'd or canvas or whatever but I just got a transition into this and we'll get back to the Tequila in a Ed but you are very instrumental in the cannabis business as far as licensing or obtaining licenses your working with the <hes> retired association to get medical cannabis <hes> into the allowing players use it without without being reprimanded or fired or or whatever so this talk about that first off. How did you get into the canvas business? It was about five years ago. I might have special ed in. I was in college and five years ago so many sets me look at this twenty twenty or sixty minute thing that they're having on T._V.. It's about C._B._D.. And kids and stuff like that and I go okay whatever okay I'll look at it and so I looked at this and I was looking at this little girl twin girls had one of them was was having no seizures and the other girl was having three hundred Caesar's around that a day and I was kind of amazed and I go I go. Where is this going? I'm really you know carrying about this feeling for this girl and that her father was fighting for the doctor sister <unk> describe her <hes> marijuana and it was really C._B._D.. In it it's a form of of that cannabis products. There's marijuana there's canvas. There's canvas is the medical part and so I watch sexist <hes> documentary and next he knows this girl starts taking the C._B._D.. It's called Charlotte's web former that C._B._D.. And she went down to one seizure a day three hundred wow okay and have I'm like in shock and I'm going well. There's must be something good in this product and I started looking into it. I know there's a really bad problem with the N._B._A.. With with opiate addiction which is ridiculous I argue with the N._B._A.. And local governments and stuff like that for a long time because you know when the guys retire either handed off to me here in L._A.. In a lot of addicted opiates and nobody cares about that and they're wondering why <hes> I would just talking to in government with Christian and Kobe and Ron Brown a couple other N._F._l.. Guys and Brian Leaf is like a a superstar in there is because nobody realized the trouble that Brian had when he was the quarterback of the chargers they he was so addicted to opiates that he was losing that all concussions and the opioid problem that he got lost and he was out of control and it was all caused by the pro sports because they just need to have you feeling good to go out there and play on the field because you're a piece of me. They didn't really care for the guys and so I started working with the doctor P._M.. L._A. Over here U._C. Irvine some great doctors. I've got involved involved with and we're actually the trying to create a C._B._D.. Product that will actually help with pain management <hes> we're we're doing pain management <hes> kids as Veras name of the company and try and help Paulin them out wonderful people people but they're getting kits that actually going into Rehab <hes> situations Soba as a big Rehab Center in a pardon enough and now they're doing case these they get A._J.. McLean from backstreet boys and different things like that sadness America and they're actually coming out with this great product. That's actually dosages. suppling will product take this tab melt in two minutes in your system. It's not your no side effects. I'm nothing but it and they have a cream green there for the pain may help stop the pain and they're having unbelievable success and you don't need all the Pharma school opiates stuff that really causes all the problem yeah and so I've gotten really heavily involved with that and getting. Any licensing working with the the people in charge of California and some other people have we go out and get the applications to make sure people do properly correctly and get their license so the licensing would be if somebody wants to open up a dispensary dispensary whatever the cities we have a group of people my when my partners writes those applications for company called Green Rush Himself Cushman Greenfield and we just go in and right the applications and it's very competitive so you have to write the application so they do points and they graded on points. She makes sure that you've checked every box in mature. The the applications are filled out really. It's not something that somebody can do themselves themselves up starting out trying to get a dispensary. They really need to deal with a professional organization. Somebody that's knows how to fill out the paperwork yeah. It's and there's a lot of people do try. It and majority of them do fail because the experts. There's there's little things in there that you little caveats. Is You have something member from the community involved in your company goes into the race. How many other jeff any other minorities involve each one little things at points to your system? How you get those applications dead now do you do you work out of California in different states different countries yeah? We've it's actually my partner Sam. He's all across the country. I think he was just last week. It was in Missouri now. They're going to Illinois. We're going in Arkansas. AH WE'VE GOT APPLICATIONS IN MARYLAND PHILADELPHIA Ohio Florida Nevada California Oregon on and on and then when we first started this we are trying to think out of the box which I really good at times and <hes> we went after and got a licensing or gay or Guay we just got a second license in Denmark and then we're going to Germany were almost finished through Germany and then we're putting out to license in Greece aside from just helping companies get the licensing you step in and help them run the business. The dispensary have a team to do that or we do all the compliance so make sure they stay legal and we always stay Kim board and take a piece of the company because the laws are ever changing and you you could be completely correct tomorrow on your on your company in the following day they changed the law and if you continue dot ca make those corrections you'll lose your license so we stay on board to help out that and I know in I had some exposure to it. I've taken a couple of companies public in the canvas space in Canada and I've gotten a Badu listing down here so understand that a lot of having banking issues also so help them along with that. We've got about five minutes and <hes> yeah we do. We were trying to find the secret. I don't think anybody really has that super yet but we work with Diane Goal Seen With Leap Love Forsman against prohibition. She's been sitting on panels. I was trying to get the government. I commit to change this line. Hopefully that's coming real sue excellent. I WANNA mention why we're on the topic of cannabis <hes> before we started this show. I got an email from an a business associate of mind that <hes> has a fund that <hes> finances candidates company is also in <hes> if you're established cannabis company with revenue from two to five million dollars so anybody listen to this show. If you want information on that investment capital send send me an email and Mike Brett at gmail.com Mike.

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"rick darnell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"rick darnell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"You're also we'll transition. This show I guess is always about getting high on something either alcohol or or we'd or canvas or whatever but I just got a transition into this and we'll get back to the Tequila admitted but you are very instrumental in the canvas business as far as licensing or obtaining licenses your working with the <hes> retired association to get medical cannabis into allowing players use it without being reprimanded or fired or or whatever so this talk about that first off. How did you get into the canvas business? It was about five years ago. I might have been special ed in. I was in college and five years ago. So many sets me can look at this twenty twenty or sixty minute thing that they're having on T._V.. It's about C._B._D.. In kids and stuff like that and I go okay whatever okay I'll look at it and so I looked at this and I was looking at this little girl twin girls had one of them was was having no seizures and other girl was having three hundred seizures around that a day and I was kind of amazed and I go I go. Where's this going? I'm really you know carrying about this feeling for this girl and that her father was fighting for the doctor. CECELIA <unk> describe her <hes> marijuana and it was really C._B._D.. In it it's a form of of that cannabis products. There's marijuana this canvas. There's Ken misses the medical part and so I watch watches <hes> documentary and next he knows this girl starts taking the C._B._D.. It's called Charlotte's Web a former that C._B._D.. And she went down to one seizure a day three hundred wow okay and <music>. I'm I'm like in shock and I'm going well. There's must be something good in this product and I started looking into it. I know there's a really bad problem with the N._B._A.. With with opiate addiction which is ridiculous I argue with the N._B._A.. And local governments and stuff like that for a long time because you know when the guys retire either handed off to me here in L._A.. In a lot of addicted opiates and nobody cares about that and they're they're wondering why in Golf Tournament with Christian and Co a and Ron Brown and a couple of other N._F._l.. Guys and Brian Leaf is like a a superstar in there is because nobody realized the trouble that Brian had when he was as the quarterback of the chargers like that he was so addicted to opiates that he was losing not all concussions and the opioid problem that he got lost it and he was out of control and it was all caused by the pro sports because they just need to have you feeling good to go out there and play on the field because you're a piece of meat. They didn't really care for the guys and so I started working with the doctor P._M.. L. A. U._C. Irvine some great doctors. I've got involved with and we're actually the trying to create a C._B._D.. Product that will actually help with pain management <hes> we're we're doing pain management <hes> kids as Veras name of the company and try and help Paulin them out wonderful people people but they're getting kits that actually going into Rehab <hes> situations Soba as a big rehab center in they partnered up and now they're doing case that he's got A._J.. McLean that from the backstreet boys and different things like sadness America and they're actually coming out with this great product. That's actually dosages suppling product. Take this tab melt in two minutes in your system. It's not your no side effects nothing but it and they have a cream cream there for the pain may help stop the pain and they're having unbelievable success and you don't need all the pharmaceutical opiates stuff that really causes all the problem yeah and so I've gotten really heavily involved with that and getting getting licensing working with the people in charge of California and some other people we go out and get the applications make sure people do properly correctly and get their license for so the licensing would. See if somebody wants to open up a dispensary dispensary whatever the cities we have a group of people my when my partners writes those applications for called Green Rush and himself Cushman Greenfield and we just go in and right the applications and it's very competitive so you have to write the application so they do a points. They graded on points. She make sure the you've checked every box in May cheer the the applications are filled out really. It's not something somebody can do themselves starting out trying to get a dispensary they really need to deal with a professional organization. Somebody that's knows how to fill out the paperwork yeah. It's and there's a lot of people do try. It and majority of them do fail because experts is there's. There's little things in there that you little caveats is. Do you have something member from the community involved in your company. He goes into the race. How many other Jimmy other minorities involve each one little things at points to your system? How you you get the applications then now do you do you work out of California in different states different countries yeah? We've it's actually my partner Sam. He's all across the country. I think he was just last week. It was a Missouri now. They're going to Illinois. We're going in Arkansas. UH WE'VE GOT APPLICATIONS IN MARYLAND PHILADELPHIA Ohio Florida Nevada California Oregon <hes> on and on and then when we first started this we are trying you think out of the box which I really good at times and we went after and got a license and or gay or Guay we just got a second license in Denmark and then we're going to Germany were almost finished through Germany and we're putting out to license in Greece aside from just helping companies get the licensing do step in and help them run the business the dispensary if you have a team to do that or we do all the compliance to make sure they stay legal and we always stamm board and you take a piece of the company because the laws are ever changing and you you could be completely correct tomorrow on your on your company in the following day they changed the law and if you continue dot ca make those corrections you'll lose your license so we stay on board to help that and Yup I know in I had some exposure to take on a couple of companies public in the canvas space in Canada and I've gotten dualistic down here so understand that a lot of having banking issues also so you help them along with that. We've got about five minutes and <hes> yeah we do. We were trying to find the secret. I don't think anybody really has that secret yet but we work with Diangelo seen with lead love forsman against prohibition. She's been sitting on panels US trying to get the government to commit to change this line. Hopefully that's coming real soon excellent. I WanNA mention librarian the topic of cannabis <hes> before we started this show I got <hes> an email from an business associate of mind that has a fund that <hes> finances cannabis company is also in <hes> if you're established cannabis company with revenue anywhere from two to five million dollars so anybody listen to this show. If you want.

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"rick darnell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

13:21 min | 1 year ago

"rick darnell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"We have an exciting show friend of mine <hes> Rick Darnell with his today is going to be talking about a wide variety of different a business interests to that he's involved with but for all you basketball fans out there. I'm sure you know who Darnell is for all you people listening to the show who are not basketball fans. We're going to go a little introduction with Rick Rick. Thank you for being here today. The thank you for having me here <hes> let's start turned out again with your professional basketball career. What were your active years? And what teams did you play for it to start off Cyprus College. I went onto Indiana state from that point on I entered into playing for the Virginia squires. <hes> Dr J. was there and playing the A._B._A.. For a year and then the merging of the League's kind of a mini difficult for players because you know there's probably a couple hundred players I who lost jobs that year when the A._B._A.. N._B._A. Merge and so I- bounced from Denver Nuggets of the Phoenix Suns and then was offered on the very large contracting over and play in Italy and so I went to play in Italy for one year thinking can I was comeback and play for the Milwaukee Bucks while I was m._v._p.. Were there for like three straight years in ended up playing probably ten eleven years over their loved it I came back to the clippers my one of my last year and then Brooklyn Torment kile's uh-huh and at that point got into beer company with Fred Bulletin Cough Jackie. I'm glad and Jimmy Young blood and got got into business world. Oh excellent is the game a lot different today than it was us. When when you were playing extremely it was so physical back in the days I don't think some of the younger players that are playing in the league? This year would be able to get up down the court the hand checking the physical <hes> you went in for a layup. <hes> you got got by a guy. You might get that lay at the next time you'd be on the on the floor picking splinters out of your buck but it's it's. It's gotten a lot less physical more transition game. Now Yeah probably a lot of broken noses back in essays to awful lot. Who got those weekly understand now you now that you're out of professional basketball as a player that you're involved with the <hes> retired N._F._l.? Players Association Asian tell us a little bit about that role now the President N._B._A.. Retired players and L._A.. Chapter and so we do we put on probably eight to ten. Maybe fifteen events a year going out and working gene with the inner city kids kids at rest doing basketball camps minter into in shown. There's another way out just basically help them. Through life and we're doing a lot with the Indian tribes we do a lot with Sherman Indian high school that with Pechanga Paula <hes> <hes> S- above all the local tribes here too and we're trying to do some great things A._C.. Green and I very close working on the project at Sherman Indian High School where it's a high school were there's I five hundred kids that are brought in from across the country and us as commissary and they see green in retired players have been going out and making sure they're giving things from food food to clothing in things to help them get through life. Now you're playing years or being about what professional sports prepare you for going into business. I know you're we're going to go into that in a in a few minutes. I know you're involved in several businesses offices cannabis being one <hes> Tequila which is with elite beverage. They've been on the show several times a new. We've got a lot of business interests but let's talk about the basketball. Did that kind of prepare. You give you some insights on how to conduct business. You know it's it's interesting question the biggest fear of being an athlete as what what's what's going to happen to you when you retire in my my fear was like okay I minored in business and when I when I get out of plane WPRO sports how am I going to get a job how many entity the the corporate world because all my friends I went to college with are now executives like they've been fifteen fifteen years and they're really established in the industry and now I'm I'm from playing playing basketball and I'm trying to jump into that arena in your calling friends up and saying hey can you help me. I want to get a job. I'm retiring soon and they go yeah. We'll have to start off in the mail room or whatever I'm going. How can I go be in the mail room them with the guys who used to be my fans? It was it was very hard to transition now. We have groups of people that are helping players transition into the business sector but it's it's tough but you always always afraid and only the reason I got into the beer business it was I still had a few years I could've played but Fred Bulletin cough from the Oakland Raiders and <hes> Jack Young came to me says we're starting to Spear Company. Would you like the involve and be one of our partners. Owners and I go there finally got my opportunity. Now I know where I can jump out of a pro sports and have a job and do something about networking to tell them. I talk about that on the show even if you're not in pro sports you know it's in if you're in business it's about networking getting out there. Shaking hands going to meetings and you know just making introductions yourself from being introduced by other people same thing that sounds like in your case a definite would ideas as the president of the retired players L._A.. Chapter out here right now is I'd put on probably sixty eight events in during the year in it's always networking with businessman because la the guys were never taught how to network and really helped to sit and help yourself secede and and I've kind of grooming light I think feel myself as one of the master networker. I've got a rolodex that won't quit and I learned that from one of my high school I met my junior college coach. Tom Leuven he always said that. When you're playing after the game you go out meet these people these are corporate American Corporate America and they're the guys who paid the tickets who have the big corporations inches so don't forget that you know that card and he goes after you got that card right on the back who he was the buyer was he the president of Alberson's or was he the president of whatever the company that came along in cinema note afterwards and start building that Rolodex because they we're your fan on the court and so when it comes to time that you need to bring a product or your company come into that industry? It's the easiest way is to go talk to somebody who was a fan of yours knows who you are and you can build that bond I and get that a comfort level when you first start talking. They'll open up a lot of doors. I don't know if it's the same with basket professional basketball but I I've heard a lot of <hes> in the news. It's been lately about professional football players. Who Retire? I guess the numbers are staggering agree like maybe sixty or seventy percent of them are bankrupt of within five years after retiring from the sport you know because they really didn't have or they didn't take it seriously. I guess when they were playing they were making a lot of money and it Kinda thought the gravy we train is gonNA continue on forever so they're really didn't have a mentor. If that's if that's a worder somebody kind of putting structure together for him. That's professional. Football was the same thing in professional basketball to a lot of them. Just blow everything when they retire yeah. It's pretty much the same. It's more like seventy. Eighty percent of the guys are bankrupt in the first three years. There's a couple of bank. Large organizations have been have investigated and found out that numbers high. I if not higher in the biggest problem is you in the old days. You have agents who handled everything aspect of it now. The the world has changed where you have an agent. You have an attorney investment banker. You have a marketing group before it was all under one roof in your agent took a piece of everything and <hes> put a lot of guys bad spots and <hes> I have a couple of incidents where I have some really highly thought of players that I had if in the last four or five years had to talk to them and I'm saying the financial advisers come to me and saying that they're broke and I go. What do you mean you broke and he goes? He is broke he goes. You need help me to talk to him. He's spending way too much money like what's going on. We've got tin guys. Who are the his entourage? which is the big thing now in pro sports you have all these guys who went to high school with you and do all these wonderful things by hamburgers and cokes and take you to practice and now in return they're expecting brand new cars and in new houses and other stuff because they help you get there and I'm trying to educate the guys that there there's a few friends they did this for a reason someone really cared about you but sometimes just like wanted to be around you but they really abused some of the players and most one of the players was he had probably about thirty to forty thousand dollars? A month was just going to his entourage who has spent his money on the using his cars as food and they go out they would by the whole well <hes> club crystal or one of the big brands cigar in just been broken..

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"rick darnell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

10:33 min | 1 year ago

"rick darnell" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Today. We have an exciting show friend of mine <hes> Rick Darnell with us. Today is going to be talking about a wide variety of different business interested he's involved with but for all you basketball fans out there. I'm sure you know who re Darnell is and for all you people listening to the show who are not basketball fans. We're going to go a little introduction with Rick Rick. Thank you for being here today. The thank you for having me here <hes> let's start no doubt again with your professional basketball career. What were your active years? What teams did you play for? I started off in Cyprus College. Then I went onto Indiana state from that point on I entered into playing for the Virginia squires <hes> Dr J. was there and playing the A._B._A.. For a year and then the merging of the League's kind of a mini difficult for players because you know there's probably a couple hundred players who lost jobs that year when the N._B._A.. Merge and so I- bounced from Denver Nuggets of the Phoenix ends and then was offered on the very large contracting over and play in Italy and so I went to play in Italy for one year thinking when I was in a comeback and play for the Milwaukee Bucks while I was m._v._p.. Over there for like three straight years and ended up playing probably a ten eleven years over their loved it came back to the clippers my one of my last year and then broke rankling torment killings in at that point got into a beer company with Fred Bolivia Cough Jackie. I'm glad and Jimmy Young blood and got got into business world. Oh excellent is the game a lot different today than it was us when <hes> when you were playing extremely it was so physical back in the days I think some of the younger players that are playing in the league this year would be able to get up down the court the hand checking the physical <hes> you went in for a layup. <hes> you got got by a guy. You might get that lay at the next time. You'd be on the on the floor picking splinters out here but it's it's. It's got a lot less physical more transition game now. It's probably a lot of broken those is back in this as to an awful lot those weekly understand now you now that you're out of professional basketball as a player that you're about with the <hes> retired N._F._l.. Players Association and tell us a little bit about that role well now the president N._B._A.. Retired players and <HES> L._A.. Chapter and so we do we put on probably eight to ten. Maybe fifteen events a year going out and working with the inner city kids kids at wrist doing basketball camps minter into in shown. There's another way out just basically help them. Through life and we're doing a lot with the Indian tribes we do a lot with Sherman Indian high school that with Pechanga Paula <hes> S- above all the local tribes here too and we're trying to do some great things A._C.. Green and I very close working on the project at Sherman indeed high school where it's a high school were. There's I five hundred kids that are brought in from across the country and us as commissary and what they see green in retired players have been going out and making sure they're giving things from food food clothing in things to help them get through life now. Did you're playing years or being Bob. What professional sports prepare you for going into business? I know you're we're going to go into that in a in a few minutes. I know you're involved at several businesses. Mrs Cannabis being one <hes> Tequila which with elite Beverage <hes> they've been on the show several times a new. We've got a lot of business interest but let's talk about the basketball. Did that kind of prepare. You give you some insights on how to conduct business. That's interesting question. The biggest fear of being an athlete is what what's what's going to happen to you. When you retire in my my fear was like okay I minored in business and when I when I get out of playing WPRO sports how am I going to get a job how many energy the the corporate world because all my friends I went to college with are now executives like they've been V ten fifteen years and they're really established in the industry and now I'm I'm from playing basketball in that? I'm trying to jump into that arena in your calling friends up and saying hey can you help me. I want to get a job. I'm retiring soon and they go yeah well. You'RE GONNA have to start off in the mail room or whatever I'm going. How can I go being the mail room with the guys who used to be my fans? It was it was very hard to transition now. We have groups of people that are helping <hes> players transition into the business sector but it's it's tough but you always always afraid and only reason I got into the beer business it was I still had a few years I could've played but Fred Bulletin cough from the Oakland Raiders and <hes> Jack Young came to me says we're starting to Spear Company. Would you like the involve and be one of our partners. Owners and I go there. I got my opportunity now. I know where I can jump out of a pro sports and have a job and do something about networking to tell them. I talk about that on the show. Even if you're not improve sports you know it's in if you're in business says about networking getting out there shaking hands going to meetings and just make introductions yourself from being introduced by other people's same thing that sounds like in your case a definitely would I do as the president of the retired players L._A.. Chapter out here right now is I. I put on probably sixty eight events in during the year in it's always networking with businessman because Lotta guys were never taught how to network and really helped to sit and help yourself secede and and I've kind of grooming light I think feel myself as one of the master networker. I've got a rolodex that won't quit and I learned that from one of my high school I met my junior college coach. Tom Leuven he always said that. When you're playing after the game you go out meet these people these are corporate American Corporate America and they're the guys who paid the tickets who have the big corporations inches so don't forget that you know that card and he goes after you got that card right on the back who he was was he the buyer was he the president of Alberson's or was he the president of whatever the company that came along and in cinema note afterwards and start building that Rolodex because they were you're you're fan on the court and so when it comes to time that you need to bring a product or your company come into that industry? It's the easiest way is to go talk to somebody who was a fan of yours knows who you are and you can build that bond I and get that a comfort level when you first start talking. They'll open the doors for you. I don't know if it's the same with basket professional basketball but I've heard a lot of in the news. It's been lately about professional football players who retire. I guess the numbers are staggering agreeing like maybe sixty or seventy percent of them are bankrupt of within five years after retiring from the sport you know because they really didn't have or they didn't take it seriously. I guess when they were playing they were making a lot of money and they kind of thought gravy training gonNA continue on forever so they really didn't have a mentor. If that's if that's a word or somebody kind of putting a structure together form that's professional football. Was it the same thing and professional basketball to a lot of them just blow everything when they retire yeah. It's pretty much the same. It's more like seventy. Eighty percent of the guys are bankrupt in the first three years. There's a couple of bank. Large organizations have been have investigated and found out that numbers high. If not higher in the biggest problem is you in the days you have agents who handled everything aspect of it now. The world has changed where you have an agent. You have an attorney investment banker. You have a marketing group before it was all under one roof in your agent took a piece of everything and <hes> put a lot of guys bad spots and <hes> I have a couple of incidents where I have some really highly thought of players that I had if in the last four or five years had to talk talk to them and I'm saying the financial advisers come to me saying that they're broke and I go. What do you mean you broke and he goes? He is broke he goes. You need help me to talk to him. He's spending way too much money like what's going on. We've got tin guys. Who are the his entourage? which is the big thing now in pro sports you have all these guys who went to high school with you and do all these wonderful things by hamburgers and cokes and take you to practice and now in return they're expecting ran new cars and in new houses and all the stuff because they help you get there and I'm trying to educate the guys that no there? There's a few friends they did this for a reason someone really cared about you but sometimes just like WanNa be around you but they really abused some of the players and most one of the players was he had probably about thirty to forty thousand dollars. A month was just going to his entourage who spent his money on the using his cars as food and they go out they would by the whole well <hes> club crystal or one of the big brands cigar in in just been broken. I actually asked him to do me a favor and I told him to tell them the all your they're broke and they're all living with your house back east and tell the hit you the they use the car these gas use the cars they pay their insurance and tell them for thirty days and I go after thirty days. Find out what happens in and the first night a couple of guys got fights because of that situation because he didn't pay the bill by I mean at the end of it <hes> one he had chew kids left in his house and it was it was a fight almost every night because he wouldn't cop that money and <hes> last night he called me up because I got it got trouble. One guy is leaving. He ain't gonNA put up the more heaps trying to borrow money and you know he's he's very upset with me and the other guy asked me for my bank account number I go. What did he want your bank account number because because he inherited some money and he wanted? Can you give it to me. There's a real friend yeah so it's hard to find out your real friends. When you get to this level so.

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"rick darnell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"rick darnell" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS news time eleven eleven a lending library for paintings instead of books. It's a concept that one art gallery in San Francisco is bringing to the tenderloin KCBS gentle lane report, the coordinator of the tenderloin art lending library. Rick Darnell says it aims to serve low income residents of the neighborhood because everyone should have access to art great for readiness to have this art and also for tenderloin mostly are unknown and recognized its way to help build their legacy and a lot of these orders homeless. The paintings on display every first Tuesday of the month encounter pulse gallery on Turk street, lean more toward small landscapes and big abstract works. I call them country paintings comfort paintings like things like our look. Nice on the wall there. Calm scenes. Like you live in the tenderloin. It'd be nice to have a sailboat on your wall with water. Sergio Flora's borrowed a painting of flowers for his home around the corner. Reading a lot of this stuff is quite soothing. It gets a little escape and you can stare at it. Take a little trip without leaving your little space that you have in San Francisco General lane KCBS Alameda police are investigating a series of sexual assaults in the area of crown state beach park. The most recent incident was reported yesterday at followed a similar incident on Saturday and a third which happened about a month ago. Police say the suspect in all three incidents fits the same description. An African American man between the age of twenty and twenty five years old about five foot five inches tall. He's described as having a sin, build build KCBS news time eleven thirteen..

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"rick darnell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

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"It's expanded far beyond its bookseller beginnings. The company's blowout success made his founder and CEO. Jeff Bezos, number one on the Forbes billionaires list this year. And out of Facebook where it is investing in more real estate in the bay area as the Menlo Park company plans to double its workforce over the next decade. KCBS is Carrie Hodousek tells us Facebook has signed a number of new lease agreements social media giant Facebook plans to lease office spaces, and San Francisco Sunnyvale and Fremont to make room for thousands of workers in the coming years. It's much different than what the corporate culture was like years ago says university of Washington professor, Margaret O'Meara who studies the history of the Silicon Valley when the first high tech companies were growing there on the fifties and sixties it was mostly orchards. There was lots and lots of room to grow. But now the bay area entirely is more crowded and the valley is a lot more crowded. And there are a lot of high tech employees that wants to live in urban areas like San Francisco, and Oakland, she says the rapidly growing companies simply doesn't have the room for more employees at its corporate headquarters in Menlo Park. There now have not only. One product anymore. They're thinking about multiple things they're doing that. No way makes it more feasible to have different office locations. Facebook says they're not worried about filling its additional office space. Their concern is outgrowing the space that has Carrie Hodousek KCBS San Francisco board of supervisors has established a Dula program for low income women dulas provide non medical assistance and support to women before during and after childbirth board, president Malia Cohen said the research shows, low income black women and Pacific islanders in particular offer often feel disrespected stereotyped and even co worst by their doctors during the he care dulas would be there to be an advocate for these mothers, the El cerrito public library was decked out in rainbows last night. KCBS is making goals be reports on contra Costa county's first LGBT section at the public library. This is a library is growing up in L serita. Now, give Quinto is the city's first openly gay mayor to see the first LGBTQ collection, and from in the nineteenth cities of contra Costa county. This is just the I am very very proud to have this in our city there around sixty bucks in the collection. And they're for all ages says Jonathan cook with the rainbow community center, which co hosted the event he says LGBT children's books are much easier to find now than they used to be like Marlin bundle, which recently, a very popular even books about children who are either gay lesbian, transgender that's much more common and accepted now, which is really heartening to see want that to be something that is a normal everyday thing for him just like any other type of family or any type of person and just sat in the front row with her five-year-old Elliott during the opening parties drag Queen story hour, and we both said we will get married at hop together. Forever. Smiles back your wedding. Megan gold speed ES. A lending library for paintings instead of books. It is a concept that one art gallery in San Francisco is bringing to the tenderloin and we hear about that from KCBS gentle lane, the coordinator of the tenderloin art lending library. Rick Darnell says it aims to serve low income residents of the neighborhood.

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Facebook expands Menlo Park headquarters

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Facebook expands Menlo Park headquarters

"And out of Facebook where it is investing in more real estate in the bay area as the Menlo Park company plans to double its workforce over the next decade. KCBS is Carrie Hodousek tells us Facebook has signed a number of new lease agreements social media giant Facebook plans to lease office spaces, and San Francisco Sunnyvale and Fremont to make room for thousands of workers in the coming years. It's much different than what the corporate culture was like years ago says university of Washington professor, Margaret O'Meara who studies the history of the Silicon Valley when the first high tech companies were growing there on the fifties and sixties it was mostly orchards. There was lots and lots of room to grow. But now the bay area entirely is more crowded and the valley is a lot more crowded. And there are a lot of high tech employees that wants to live in urban areas like San Francisco, and Oakland, she says the rapidly growing companies simply doesn't have the room for more employees at its corporate headquarters in Menlo Park. There now have not only. One product anymore. They're thinking about multiple things they're doing that. No way makes it more feasible to have different office locations. Facebook says they're not worried about filling its additional office space. Their concern is outgrowing the space that

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