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"ron lynn" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

05:48 min | 2 weeks ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"In the wildfire chair is always as LA times reporter Alex wigglesworth. Hey, Alex, if it's raining, that means no infernos, which means you get to have a break until summer, right? Don't jinx me. Occupying the coastal chair is Rosanna Shaw. If it rains Rosanna, that means water level rises, so does that mean the coast is anti rain? Hey, Gustavo. I would say the coast is more anti Gustavo jokes. Ah, that's mean. Well, whatever coast I only like you and Laguna Beach anyway. Finally, our earthquake chairperson is Ron Lynn. Ron, can we just get rain to drown the monsters that live in fault lines? And then therefore, and earthquakes forever? Yes, yes, that's a big plan. You've got it. Awesome. I should win the Nobel Prize for that. Well, welcome all is always in. We'll start with Alex. And it sounds counterintuitive, but this year's fire season was poised to be pretty disastrous, given the drought levels, but then it rained, so yay? Right, those rainstorm said started last month where kind of a mixed bag for Northern California. On one hand, people were relieved because rain like that can really help with fires that are burning. And once you start to get these rains, that pretty much means the end of the fire season or at least the season of these really large intense fires. At the same time, these storms dropped so much rain up there, and they happened right after, even while some of these fires were still burning, there was no time in between for the landscape to recover. So authorities were also worried about flooding and debris flows. Also, in Southern California, fire season is not over yet. We didn't get that much rain from these storms. It's too soon to say whether this specific string of storms is linked to climate change, but scientists say these rapid shows from intense fire seasons to record breaking storms will continue to become more common as a planet warmth. You're damned if you do and you're damned if you don't when it comes to disasters in California like, okay, fires gone because The Rain, but because the fire just destroyed so much of the land, now it's all of a sudden, vulnerable to flooding and mudslides. Yeah, this risk is especially high if it rains soon after a fire, but it can last for up to 5 years until plants that were burned grow back. That's because a loss of vegetation exposes the soil to erosion and ash and other burn material can kind of clog the soil and prevent it from absorbing water. That can make The Rain run off the soil like its pavement. All that can turn into a debris flow, which is when the water carries the loose mud soil and rock down a slope. When that flow is sandier and more water saturated, it's called a mud flow, not a mud side because Rosetta will yell at me. Yeah, can I jump in? I'm sorry. I need to set the record straight for the gazillions time. I know people in California like to say mudslide and the quote unquote news media Gustavo is also very guilty of this. But there is no such thing as a mudslide. It's a mud flow or debris flow, or it's a landslide, which is a totally different phenomenon. Ron and Alex have heard me go off on this so many times. I'm mudslide is a melted chocolate dessert Gustavo, ask any signs. But mud slides doesn't it? You have mud when it rains, it turns into mud when it falls down like the hills, it slides, so mudslide, right? No, it's a B grade melted chocolate dessert okay, I'm just pulled up the U.S. geological surveys glossary. And here is their definition for mudslides. This is from the United States geological survey, and this is going to put you all to shame. Mudslide, it imprecise, but popular term coined in California, frequently used by Lehman and the news media to describe a wide scope of events ranging from debris laden floods to landslides, not technically correct, period. Please see mud flow previous glossy. Mud flow mud slides sounds like Texas Ron help me. You're your team mudslide, right? Well, I'm not going to get into it, but I can tell you if any California should know about two things. One is a debris flow, which is basically when a lot of water falls down a debris flow can happen within minutes and send torrents of mud and water, screaming down slopes. And you know, can be potentially deadly. The other thing that people wanna know about are something called deep seated. How you see? Look at this. Ron, Ron is from California, and he almost said mudslide. He gives me crap about this all the time. He is low key on team mudslides because he's like every single other California in this state. Good man. We were actually in the same meeting with some USGS person when we heard that like, oh, mudslides actually don't exist. And we both gasped and were like, we didn't both. And I said, that makes a 100% sense. And I will forever never use the word mud slide again. So deep seated glass. Again. Do you see the landslides are a thing people in Orange County? You'll remember this, the Bluebird canyon, a landslide that happened. I don't think it was even very rainy when it actually happened. But over the many months of water accumulation, a landslide can happen. And it can also be very deadly as well. So two things to keep in mind debris flow and deep seated landslides. Fine, Rosanna beets mudslides, landslides for.

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"ron lynn" Discussed on Cracking Aces

Cracking Aces

04:51 min | 5 months ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on Cracking Aces

"About how many chips head. Yeah but that's on your friend. Yeah but it's the total scumbag but he was like covering up his chips. He was like let me see your child. Have to raise your arm. If you say a number you can say any number of its scummy friend of the program. Jake schwartz got pretty screwed at the final table of Wbz five diamond Two or three years ago where I think one of the the recreational guys at the final table opened and jake was in the big blind with ace jack. I think And he asked the guy only gypsy on. Because you know they're big stacks. They weren't even sacks of ten or twenty or whatever And the guy. The guy. I don't i forget if he if it ended up coming out that he like had history of that or like did it on purpose but completely Lied undershot. Let's say it was like. He said he had two million behind three point. Two million instead of being like a twenty bonchamps feels like a thirty five blind shop. Do you think it should be not a good hand. Do you think it'd be a not like not just an unwritten rule but like an actual rule that you have to use your best ability to say but you're penalized for lying not penalize phone purposely. Deceive no no. Because i think there are ways to to help with that naturally for me like it'd be much easier if it was a rule where you had to keep your your chips and stacks of yes a tens or twenty dougherty is ripe in like you should have to keep its twenties or in denominations of ten her. I get people want to like build fancy fund castles but it just like speeds the game up. It's much easier it's cleaner it's and then that's stuff that type of stuff doesn't happen you don't have to rely on. Somebody is keeping their word or you know you're being accurate was almost linda. Sorry what was that. What was the what was one more east like kinda lot about it and got win a hand and he was kind of coverage stack and ryan. I mean you. Should boys hawkins your jake's especially when he lied so something he basically got win a hand to induce a mistake. And i'm talking. Ron ron lynn. And great grey do but he was always one of those guys wanna screw goes all. I'm talking oh but a fistfight at the table on hotel two. I sitting there like like trying to kind of wins back but trying to stay away from it. It's like eighty catered. I broke fight if two people get just called me out of here. But he's best player.

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"ron lynn" Discussed on Cracking Aces

Cracking Aces

04:20 min | 5 months ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on Cracking Aces

"Yeah but that's on your friend. Yeah but it's the total scumbag but he was like covering up his chips. He was like let me see your child. Have to raise your arm. If you say a number you can say any number of its scummy friend of the program. Jake schwartz got pretty screwed at the final table of Wbz five diamond Two or three years ago where I think one of the the recreational guys at the final table opened and jake was in the big blind with ace jack. I think And he asked the guy only gypsy on. Because you know they're big stacks they weren't in even sacks of ten or twenty or whatever And the guy the guy. I don't i forget if he if it ended up coming out that he like had history of that or like did it on purpose but completely under so let's say it was like. He said he had two million behind three point. Two million instead of being like a twenty bonchamps feels like a thirty five blind shop. Do you think it should be not a good hand. Do you think it'd be a not like not just an unwritten rule but like an actual rule that you have to use your best ability to say but you're penalized for lying not penalize phone purposely. Deceive no no. Because i think there are ways to to help with that naturally for me like it'd be much easier if it was a rule where you had to keep your your chips and stacks of yes a tens or twenty dougherty is ripe in like you should have to keep its twenties or in denominations of ten. Yeah her i get. People want to like build fancy fund castles but it just like speeds the game up. It's much easier it's cleaner it's and then that's stuff that type of stuff doesn't happen you don't have to rely on. Somebody is keeping their word or you know or being accurate was almost linda. Sorry what was say what was the what was one more east like kinda lot about it and got win a hand and he was kind of coverage stack and ryan. I mean you. Should boys. Hawkins your jake's especially when he lied so something he basically got win a hand to induce a mistake. And i'm talking. Ron ron lynn. And great grey do but he was always one of those guys wanna screw goes all. I'm talking oh but a fistfight at the table on hotel to i was sitting there like like trying to kind of wins back but trying to stay away from it. It's like eighty catered. I broke fight if two people get just called me out of here. But he's best player.

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"ron lynn" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

07:47 min | 7 months ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And that's the problem. And they singled them out and they advertise on NASCAR and country and Western channels and that sort of thing because they want those people vaccinated and they're the problem. Yet you just heard. In the question from Ron Lynn and the answer from Barbara Ferrer, where they say the problem is blacks and Latinos. You noticed that? It's like when the virus first started working its way through the state. The problem was the nail salon ladies. There the issue actually before them. It was the cruise ships. Cruise ships. They're the problem. And then it became the Vietnamese women doing your nails. And then somehow it became the restaurants. What? In fact, none of that is true. We know the place that you're most likely to contract Cove. It is your own house. Indoors, not outdoors. So they're all over the board with who they assign blame to Go back to the fake doctor's answer on your right. One thing we don't want to have is an unintended consequence of not getting enough people vaccinated between now and June 15th. To make sure that there's a lot of protection in the communities that were the hardest hit before. Because everywhere that there are lots of people that are not vaccinated that air intermingling without any distancing or mask wearing You've still got opportunities for there to be outbreaks and people to pass infections on toe. Other people s o. We're gonna work really hard on both those fronts. I do want to note that the CDC guidance is if you are not vaccinated, you do need to keep Your mask on Andre would be working, You know, really a lot with our businesses who have been enormously cooperative for this last 15 months on just helping make sure that those protections remain in place. S so that you can, in fact, make sure that if there if if Cal OSHA relaxes those regulations that workplaces that they're really relaxed for those people indoors who are fully vaccinated, But we'll work closely with the state and Obviously with Cal OSHA and I think come up with a plan that you know, as with all of our plans really helps make sure particularly for for workers that the protections are in place that that are needed an appropriate given where we are in the pandemic. So thanks for that. The most surprising part of that answer. Was that she was able to actually answer the question. Without pausing for a moment. And phoning a friend. Remember that Regis Philbin? Game show. Who wants to be a millionaire? Yeah. And they ask you a question about Gilligan's Island. Who played the professor. I'd Gilligan's Island. Damn, I don't know. Got a phone. A friend are friends and 18. He will connect you right now. That's right. Get Steve Edwards right on the line. I'm surprised you didn't have to phone a friend and consult with Cal OSHA before she could answer that question. It was another question about callow show. Let's listen. You know, my question was partially answered there when you talked about Cal OSHA, but seeing as though they now did not make a vote today on their new guidance, will l. A county I know you mentioned before? When the CDC kind of ease those restrictions on mask wearing that L. A county will follow Cal OSHA Will L. A County's still even though callow Ocean did not vote today continue to follow their guidance and go with them. If any changes are made to our own coded protocols here and Alec That's a great question and one I can answer. So I'm glad about that. I mean, L County will and and workplaces have to adhere to any Cal OSHA requirements. So how was the kind of rules at the workplace is and Of Cal OSHA is making no modifications right now in the existing coverted 19 prevention standards than all workplaces need to know you cannot. Make a change. Um, the cow OSHA protects workers on day have standards that need to be applied really toe almost every workplace. Is there only a few workplaces that our exemption cow OSHA and yes, of course, the county would here to the cowl OSHA standards when they get revised as well. Every workplace Right here in L. A county. And as I've said, before, we're prepared to fully aligned with the state on the reopening on June 15th, and we're working together with the state to make sure that we're well prepared for that reopening, but they'll be full alignment. And the reason for full alignment is thankfully, with all the work everyone's done here. L a county are metrics like a really, really good on. We feel really comfortable that we are approaching. A time where it's sensible precautions There can be AH lot of changes in the safety modifications. Not all of them will go away. I don't think the state intends to get rid of all of them. But we will be fully aligned with the state on June 15. How do you think Cal OSHA weighs in on Staples Center and Laker games? Well, it's already not looking good because the California apartment of Public Health today put out what June 15th is going to look like, and they're saying for anything. That's a mega event, which means more than 5000 people indoors of more than 10,000 people outdoors. Vaccines will be required to enter or a proof of a negative test. No matter what. And the thing that was being discussed it Cal OSHA that they kicked the can down the road of June. 15th is you'll only be able to let people take the mask off it work if everyone at work is vaccinated. Well, I guess I don't have anything to worry about is an angel fan because what's the number? 10,000? Yeah, You're not going to get 10,000 this season. Here's the fake doctor being asked about the Laker ticket giveaway. We do have many partners working tirelessly. About this incentive program with the L A Lakers. What was I mean, The motivation is the hesitancy is that is that Thinking on that is just to encourage people. We do feel like we've got this window right now between now and June 15th and want to make sure his many people as possible are able to make that time and come somewhere. Because there's over 750 places to go, but come somewhere to get that vaccine and I want to thank the Lakers for stepping up, but I think this is a great way to say thank you for people taking the time to come in and get vaccinated. Uh, you know, the Lakers is ah, wonderful, Highly skilled team. You know, Last night's game was awesome on bits. Great Tonto be able to have The Lakers offered to the residents of L. A county this opportunity for a pair of of season tickets. My favorite part about this entire story is that she picked the one team who Starr won't say if they're getting vaccinated or not. To provide the ticket giveaway for Yeah, That's right, LeBron said. That's a private decision between me and my family. It's 12 52. Let's take a look at the roads. ABC. Dependable traffic.

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"ron lynn" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

07:14 min | 7 months ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I think there's there's ah lot more that got said in the documents that got issued by CDC today, including Um, that no way were they implying that state and local regulations particularly those that protect workers should be disregarded. So I think the big issue that we're facing is making sure we're still able to protect our workers. On. That means coming up with sensible ways for us to in fact, make sure that those people who are fully vaccinated can in fact do as many activities as possible, and I think the goal is returned to that sense of normalcy. Without us, creating unnecessary risk for others on DATs, what we're going to be looking at, but in general were very supportive of the knowledge that the vaccines are are highly protective. On, but people who are fully vaccinated, really, In fact, I don't need to adhere to the same safety measures as those who are not fully vaccinated, But it is that big question about making sure that as we're doing this, we're not creating. We don't have an unintended consequence of creating more risk at a time when we're really trying to move forward on the recovery journey. So we'll be taking it under advisement. You know, I saw this new announcement the very same time you saw it. So as a matter of fact, one of your channels listen my first alert about the change by CDC, so this this was not previously released to local health departments. On. Do you know Lee again are going to be looking at this. And, of course, working closely with the state and in this case with cow Rocha for the implications that workplaces, But as I've said, you know, are already what we have stated is that people who are fully vaccinated when they're outdoors on they're not in these very crowded situations can feel free not to wear their masks. When they're indoors and situations where there with other people who are fully vaccinated or there with just one other household of low risk people. They can also again feel very comfortable. Taking off their face coverings. Well, it certainly sounds to me like she's in the information pipeline she found out about the CDC change from Alex Michaelson. That's why she's best she would have liked have been consulted because she would have told Wolinsky and Fauci now Dun Dun dun know now we're keeping these things on forever. Oh, yeah, Well, if you were in Washington, D, C wouldn't you take her off the email list, too? Bill Shuman is never getting called on again, By the way, No, but I got hats off to fill shoe man. When he gets to ask a question, which is about once every six months. He asked an actual question and grills the fake doctor. He really did. So if this is the Swan song, it was absolutely worth it Now, as good questions is, Phil Shuman asked Ron Lynn asked lame questions from the L A times. His questions usually all start out the same way. Do you feel vindicated for blah, blah, blah? He asked those questions to the mayor. He asked those questions to the fake doctor. He asked those questions to the board of Soups. They all have the same preamble. He also was able to ask a question at this press conference. Surprise surprise. Ron Lin with Allie Times. Ron Go ahead. Dark fair. Thanks for taking our questions. And so so just to be super clear. I know you. You've been pretty clear about it, but I think I'm being super clear. What s so I mean, I imagine that some people hearing the CDC presser today and the president are really here to rip off their masks assumes this evening and go into a restaurant or go into the supermarket and say so. Your messages is basically hold your horses. Yeah, at the state and the county need time to take a look at this and makes sure what's your message? Yeah. I mean, my messages, You know, please. Um, you know, we have we have we have already rewritten. Are masking guidance are gathering guidance and our event guidance attacks, really acknowledged how important it is for people who are fully vaccinated to be able to engage in some activities that are just not a safe for people who aren't fully vaccinated. So, so I want to just say we've got guidance that's out there, and that's the guidance that's in place to be followed now. And for sure at workplaces. You do need to continue to follow the rules that are in place right now. And Cal OSHA is their standard sport is not even meeting until next week s O so at work places we have to continue. Where are mouse and tol Go ahead and do our distancing Because that is what's required across the state on dented. There's been a change in that. It's really important for us not to jump the gun and create an unintended consequence where we're creating risk where we didn't need to. So I would I would let the Cal OSHA folks Do their due diligence. I would let the state do their due diligence is and I would let our department do our due diligence so that we come up with a really strong path forward that continues to recovery Journey. So you're really just is to wait. Tell people Hey, give us a couple days a couple weeks or what would be the kind of time frame Well, Cal, the callow shipboard standards board meets, I think on the 20th, so nothing will change before the 20th. Because that's the first place for work places that you would need to get a change. And until that changes, frankly, all workplaces would be completely out of compliance and subject to find. If they didn't adhere to the Cal OSHA standards, So, you know, I'm gonna be clear about the fact that the cow OSHA standards are still in place right now. And work sites need to adhere to those When you say work sites that means like if I'm going to go to a Ralphs, you know that's that's arouses the work site. People are thanks. I'm glad. Yes, thanks for reminding me. Run. Yes. Houses for the people who work there. It's a work site, and so all those rules are in place to protect the workers, But they require that everybody wear a mask right now, including customers of including customers. Okay, Thank you. Thank you. Since when does Cal OSHA get a vote? All we heard about was the science, the science of science and we listen to the CDC and the World Health Organization and the scientists and the doctors, The real ones, not the fake ones. Those of the people that we're supposed to listen to. And now the sudden Cal OSHA gets veto power over the C D. C. How OSHA doesn't exist to prevent you from getting the Rhona Cal OSHA exist to prevent you from getting stuck in an elevator. And even though the science is there, and the CDC who was late to the party is finally acknowledged. If you're vaccinated, you're safe. No, we've gotta wait till maybe next week. They look at it. Then when we see what they look at them, Maybe we'll look at it. But if you take the fake doctor for her word, anything can be considered a workplace. So she wants you to keep the mask on everywhere even if you're fully cooked. Let me say this about Ron Lin of the L A.

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"ron lynn" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:45 min | 11 months ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on 790 KABC

"800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to is the telephone number 1 802 22 K A. B C Randy, Are you a fan of old school? Saturday night Live? Oh, absolutely. I've been watching this show my entire life, including when they started putting repeats on comedy Central when I was a kid. Okay, so you'll have to correct me if I'm wrong when I described this, But there was a skit I want to say in the nineties when Alec Baldwin used to guest host all the time. And the skit Woz. He was operating a dirty cake shop. And people would go in and they would try to buy all these various kinds of dirty cakes, and he would suggest a cake with a woman sitting on a toilet. And then the customer would be disgusted and they would leave and then the next one would come in and the sales pitch would be exactly the same. He would lead him in that direction. And every customer that came into the cake shop. Got that same pitch. Do you remember that's get Try to remember that one. I gotta look that one up. Yeah, that's worth checking out on YouTube. That character in that skit kind of reminds me of the L A times is wrong, Lynn because every question that he asked, is, Do you feel vindicated for setting all the restaurants down? He asked it to Barbara. For rare, He asked it to the mayor. In fact, let's listen. Let's listen to him. Ask that question to Barbara Ferrer. Our next question comes from the line of Ron Lynn. Ron, your line is open. Please go ahead. Hi doctors and supervisor Thanks so much for talking with us today really appreciate it. We have questions for you today. Dr Pereira and supervisor on whether you're vindicated in the public health strategy Project room key and when teachers will get vaccines, first doctor further, and Supervisor L. A county received criticism and lawsuits from some restaurant owners on the outdoor dining ban. County data shows that virus transmission rates started dropping around the same time as the outdoor dining ban and the safe ride home order were issued, which occurred a week ahead of the ST Stay at home order. Does the current good news vindicate your efforts to ban outdoor dining and imposing early, safer at home order? Okay. Now, let's get a completely different question. For l. A mayor Eric Garcetti. I'm deeply feel vindicated that you backed the public Health department here because you know, there's a lot of public criticism. You know about this, but In the end, the public health Department was right. That really bad circles coming on. I just want to know what you thought about that. Thank you. You should really work in a dirty cake shop. Joining us to talk about this and much, much more. Is Fox 11th Film Illusion. Bill Welcome. Hey, John. Thanks for having me, man. That's quite a Quite a variety of questions there. Yeah. You know what? Um, I heard the same thing I was listening in on the DPH pressure the other day. When I heard that question asked in my my job kind of hit the floor. I understand. Ron later explained that he was talking about That our number that health officials like to talk about you know how many people get infected by one single person, he says. That number got lower, but I mean, look at any chart after the outdoor dining band went into effect, our numbers shot up like a missile straight up right afterwards. And if you were we remember at the time supervisors Catherine Parker and Janice Hahn They voted against it. They were concerned that hey, if we shut down outdoor dining, where essentially going to be forcing people indoors, going into the fall going into the colder weather? We're worried people are going to congregate indoors more. And you know, people can debate the outdoor dining ban all they want, but the fact is In the months after it. We went into our worst surge ever, and we're still not out of it. Um, so I don't understand why it would be asked of health officials that they feel vindicated for that. Um, it was just bizarre from my perspective. Well in L. A doesn't operate in a vacuum. We have other cities and other states that air doing similar things and one of the reasons that the city of Chicago decided to reopen their bars and restaurants. I believe for not just outdoor, but indoor dining as well. Was because they realize that by shutting all of them down what they did was, they pushed everyone into crowded little apartments or Grandma's kitchen for Christmas or whatever, and that caused their numbers to explode. The same thing happened in Los Angeles. Yeah. And now they're taking another page out of the exact same playbook. They today they're letting outdoor dining reopen with the caveat that TVs have to be turned off s. Oh, So now the idea is, obviously they don't want people gathering at sports bars and restaurants to watch the Super Bowl next weekend, right? So what they haven't learned. What are people going to do now? Okay, so they don't want him watching it outside. They want to take the outdoor option away. What are people gonna do? Instead? They're gonna watch it indoors. They're going to go to private parties at home. They're gonna watch it. It have people over to watch the game. I would think health officials would want people outside in the fresh air at lower capacity. Rather than crammed inside of private homes. Um, but, hey, I'm not a health expert, but it just seems it just seems logical. So, yeah, they're reopening the outdoor dining today, but TV is has to be gone or turned off. Or they could just put him on PBS and no one will pay attention and that will do the same thing. S so, um, you know, it's uh Yeah, You know it. There's a lot of criticism towards the county online about this. This latest order today. You know, people saying they gotta have some sort of control. Um, you know, no matter what it is, they're saying it's arbitrary. But, um, you know, at least for I feel I just feel so bad for these restaurants because they've just been Kick left and right throughout this whole process, and you know, at least finally, they're getting to open back up today a little bit, even though it's in the middle of the storm. I don't know what you're hearing from your contacts in the restaurant industry. But when I talked to friends who own restaurants or work in restaurants or are tangentially related to that world, they They look at this order at they're reopening with certainly optimism, However, it's optimism with a certain but what's around the corner sort of attitude because He's not saying they're allowed to be open outdoors in perpetuity he's saying is long as his projections say that they're allowed to be open. They will be allowed to remain open. But the minute that his projections go in a different direction. He can shut him down any time he wants..

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Los Angeles County outdoor dining returns with new COVID-19 rules

The John Phillips Show

05:11 min | 11 months ago

Los Angeles County outdoor dining returns with new COVID-19 rules

"Okay, so you'll have to correct me if I'm wrong when I described this, But there was a skit I want to say in the nineties when Alec Baldwin used to guest host all the time. And the skit Woz. He was operating a dirty cake shop. And people would go in and they would try to buy all these various kinds of dirty cakes, and he would suggest a cake with a woman sitting on a toilet. And then the customer would be disgusted and they would leave and then the next one would come in and the sales pitch would be exactly the same. He would lead him in that direction. And every customer that came into the cake shop. Got that same pitch. Do you remember that's get Try to remember that one. I gotta look that one up. Yeah, that's worth checking out on YouTube. That character in that skit kind of reminds me of the L A times is wrong, Lynn because every question that he asked, is, Do you feel vindicated for setting all the restaurants down? He asked it to Barbara. For rare, He asked it to the mayor. In fact, let's listen. Let's listen to him. Ask that question to Barbara Ferrer. Our next question comes from the line of Ron Lynn. Ron, your line is open. Please go ahead. Hi doctors and supervisor Thanks so much for talking with us today really appreciate it. We have questions for you today. Dr Pereira and supervisor on whether you're vindicated in the public health strategy Project room key and when teachers will get vaccines, first doctor further, and Supervisor L. A county received criticism and lawsuits from some restaurant owners on the outdoor dining ban. County data shows that virus transmission rates started dropping around the same time as the outdoor dining ban and the safe ride home order were issued, which occurred a week ahead of the ST Stay at home order. Does the current good news vindicate your efforts to ban outdoor dining and imposing early, safer at home order? Okay. Now, let's get a completely different question. For l. A mayor Eric Garcetti. I'm deeply feel vindicated that you backed the public Health department here because you know, there's a lot of public criticism. You know about this, but In the end, the public health Department was right. That really bad circles coming on. I just want to know what you thought about that. Thank you. You should really work in a dirty cake shop. Joining us to talk about this and much, much more. Is Fox 11th Film Illusion. Bill Welcome. Hey, John. Thanks for having me, man. That's quite a Quite a variety of questions there. Yeah. You know what? Um, I heard the same thing I was listening in on the DPH pressure the other day. When I heard that question asked in my my job kind of hit the floor. I understand. Ron later explained that he was talking about That our number that health officials like to talk about you know how many people get infected by one single person, he says. That number got lower, but I mean, look at any chart after the outdoor dining band went into effect, our numbers shot up like a missile straight up right afterwards. And if you were we remember at the time supervisors Catherine Parker and Janice Hahn They voted against it. They were concerned that hey, if we shut down outdoor dining, where essentially going to be forcing people indoors, going into the fall going into the colder weather? We're worried people are going to congregate indoors more. And you know, people can debate the outdoor dining ban all they want, but the fact is In the months after it. We went into our worst surge ever, and we're still not out of it. Um, so I don't understand why it would be asked of health officials that they feel vindicated for that. Um, it was just bizarre from my perspective. Well in L. A doesn't operate in a vacuum. We have other cities and other states that air doing similar things and one of the reasons that the city of Chicago decided to reopen their bars and restaurants. I believe for not just outdoor, but indoor dining as well. Was because they realize that by shutting all of them down what they did was, they pushed everyone into crowded little apartments or Grandma's kitchen for Christmas or whatever, and that caused their numbers to explode. The same thing happened in Los Angeles. Yeah. And now they're taking another page out of the exact same playbook. They today they're letting outdoor dining reopen with the caveat that TVs have to be turned off s. Oh, So now the idea is, obviously they don't want people gathering at sports bars and restaurants to watch the Super Bowl next weekend, right? So what they haven't learned. What are people going to do now? Okay, so they don't want him watching it outside. They want to take the outdoor option away. What are people gonna do? Instead? They're gonna watch it indoors. They're going to go to private parties at home. They're gonna watch it. It have people over to watch the game. I would think health officials would want people outside in the fresh air at lower capacity. Rather than crammed inside of private homes. Um, but, hey, I'm not a health expert, but it just seems it just seems logical. So, yeah, they're reopening the outdoor dining today, but TV is has to be gone or turned off.

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"ron lynn" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

09:06 min | 11 months ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on 790 KABC

"We finally made it outdoor dining has returned in Los Angeles County. There was a new health officer order that was put in, but it's not a fake doctor. Health officer order without some incredibly arbitrary rules get this L. A County is now banning restaurants from having televisions at their outdoor dining sites. So let me get this straight. It's okay to eat outdoors in a restaurant, but not indoors. And if you're eating outdoors, you can't watch an NFL game. Otherwise you're gonna get the Verona. Yeah, can't watch the Super Bowl. You can't watch the Laker game. You can't watch Dodgers preseason. None of that, Although I'm sure there's a work around because they're going to stop me from watching a YouTube video on my phone while I'm eating up doors. Now what about if you're at the airport, or they still allowed to play Wolf Blitzer? CNN's actually canceled. That contract is nobody's going to the airport. But this is just the latest, you know, in in a administration that has criticized by not following the science, Where is the science that having a TV on at the restaurant is why people are getting the Rhona Were run by complete and total idiots. And you think of fake doctor would have more sense than that. This is all about the Super Bowl. But they can't say you're not allowed to watch the Super Bowl, so they're just banning literally everything. And once again, they're actually backfiring on whatever they want to do. You know, the whole idea is what we gonna ban outdoor dining so people don't gather and because you banned outdoor dining people gathered privately in their homes. They're already saying, Don't you think about having a Super Bowl party Now they're taking away the option of you watching the Super Bowl of Buffalo Wild wings. So what are you going to do? You're going to go have a party and say Screw you think, Doc. Sure. I love the fact that every other option is on the list ahead of listening to it on the radio that still a thing. But it's interesting to watch these press conferences. It's frustrating as they are, because everyone's playing an angle. And the angle on banning tell visions for outdoor dining is all about the Super Bowl. They do not want you watching the Super Bowl. And you look at these various officials, these various elected officeholders, and you can always tell when they're playing an angle. You know that Warden Newsome is feeling the heat with the recall election, which is why he opened up outdoor dining. And the result of that has been he's taken all kinds of crap from Democrats in Sacramento, who are angry at him for doing that and angry at him for not consulting with them. Liberal Democrats like Laura Friedman, Evan Lo chat Maze are complaining in the news that the warden didn't meet with them before he did it. I guess they found out on Twitter and weren't tipped off. But then you have people in the press, who are also playing an angle. And in Los Angeles, there is a reporter for the L A Times who was not on my radar at all. Until recently. His name is Ron Lynn, is that correct? Randy Ron Lin of the L A Times somebody who gets called on it. Every press conference that he's in. There are reporters whether it's for newspapers and radio stations or TV that they've been blacklisted because they asked way too tough questions, And it's a phone conference that they could pick it choose they want to hear from. I listened. All these press conferences and Ron Lynn. Not only it's called on at press conferences going from Gavin Newsom to Mark Galley to the fake doctor to Eric Garcetti. He gets asked three or four questions at a time. Oh, yeah, well, he gets to ask all the questions for a reason. Ron Lin is a city hall jock sniffer. And he is there to make these people look as good as he possibly can, which is difficult to do because they're all a bunch of morons. Now what he does is, he asked the same question to each official. That's under fire for all their stupid decisions, but he just tweaks it a little bit. And the question goes along the lines off. Do you feel vindicated for your decision to shut down outdoor dining? He first asked that question to the fake doctor. Let's listen. Our next question comes from the line of Ron Lynn. Ron, your line is open. Please go ahead. Hi doctors and supervisor Thanks so much for talking with us today. Really appreciate it. We have questions for you today Dr. Prayer and supervisor on whether you're vindicated in the public health strategy Project room key and when teachers will get vaccines First doctor for and Supervisor L. A county received criticism and lawsuits from some restaurant owners on the outdoor dining ban. But county data shows that fires transmission rates started dropping around the same time as the outdoor dining ban and the Safer at home order were issued, which occurred a week ahead of the ST Stay at home order. Does the current good news vindicate your efforts to ban outdoor dining and imposing early, safer at home order? Do you feel vindicated on every decision you've ever made? That's been proven to be stupid. I'm still trying to figure out where the vindication is. The numbers skyrocketed after they banned outdoor dining. Move over it. Leslie Stall 60 minutes has a new reporter on the scene who congressional people who are newsmakers. So after he asked that question the fake doctor, there is a little bit of time in between that the next press conference the next press conference had the mayor of Los Angeles Eric Garcetti, answering questions listen to the unique question that Ron Lin of the L. A Times asked. The mayor feels vindicated that you backed the public Health Department here because You know, there's a lot of public criticism. You know about this, but in the end, the public health Department was right. That really bad circles coming on. I just want to know what you thought about that. Thank you Look. Same question, so they've screwed literally everything up and the L a times asked. All of them. Do you feel vindicated? Numbers Randy have exploded since they banned outdoor dining in Los Angeles County. That is a fact the outdoor dining ban in Los Angeles County start on November 25th. The numbers only started coming down in the last two weeks. The numbers started to skyrocket after the outdoor dining ban the curfew and the California Regional stay at home water that got instituted on December 3rd. So I'm not really sure where outdoor dining had anything to do with that. I would love to see Ron Lynn Interview O. J. Simpson. So do you feel vindicated when you're accused of killing your wife and a force of over? About a Robert Blake. Sit down. Do you feel vindicated when we were accused of killing Bobby Lee Bakley after you lost your gun in them? Vitello's There are all kinds of interviews that Ron Lincoln conduct. And just repurpose that same question over and over and over and over and over again. And the L A Times wonders why no one pays attention to them. You know, every once in a while. What you see is you see someone from the news. Take a job in government. We saw that the Trump administration when you have lots of fox news personalities and cable news personalities, including my former co worker Kaylee back in any Who became the press secretary. We certainly see that with the Joe Biden administration. Jen Psaki, another one of my former co workers, is now the press secretary for Joe Biden. Rod Lin has to be angling for some gig at City Hall. There's just no other way I could wrap my head around him, asking that same question all of these complete and total failures. You know, you're supposed to ask objective questions, and I understand like doing Devil's advocate stuff when you're trying to ask questions in response to other criticism, But To go for the advocacy line of Do you feel vindicated now? Because obviously, even though without any evidence to back it up, you were proven right that you made the right decision. We have Bill Malu shin of Fox 11 on the program later today, he has been going after Ron Lynn on social media and run lead, by the way, has been fighting back and forth with him. And trying to say that his questions were totally appropriate. So we'll make sure to talk to Bill Milu shin about this now the mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti. Is also trying to make the point that it's Washington's fault, not the fault of local officials that few people have been vaccinated in California. He's saying the problem is they don't have enough vaccines. Let's listen. But as I will say, and probably every briefing until this crisis.

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"ron lynn" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:08 min | 11 months ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Very much with us and continues to infect thousands of people daily and tragically claimed hundreds of lives each week. So there's mitigation and containment strategies you started working on in January. 26 2020. Or super effective, weren't they? But, hey, let's not focus on the past. Let's focus on the future because l. A county is now back to the coveted Herbal tear. As we heard this morning and we heard from supervisors so lease earlier governing Governor Newsome has rescinded the States Regional stay at home order and has returned all counties to the color coded tier system. Here across the state. L. A county remains in the purple tear. And as many of you remember that is the most restrictive tear because we still have A lot of community transmission with this cancelation of the regional stay at home Order the L. A County health officer order that was issued on November 25th. Is now in effect until we issue a new health officer order on Friday this week, which will more fully align with the sector openings that are permitted in the purple tear. All right. We're back into purple. But wait a second, Even when we were in the purple tear before the state Wide lockdown on November 25th Barbara For rare you issued a shutdown of outdoor dining in Los Angeles County. It was championed by the L. A County Board of Supervisors. Specifically Sheila Cule, who Felt it was so dangerous that dine outdoors an hour after she bandit, she went out to dine outdoors. What does this mean for restaurants? Are we aligning with state? This is a big, big deal. You know, even though the outdoor dining banded get defeated in court that didn't matter because the state had a superseding band. But Barbara Ferrer says yes restaurants can open this Friday. On Friday, as I noted, will issue a new health officer order that allows for restaurants to reopen for outdoor dining with occupancy limits and masking requirements for all staff. We will also on Friday rescind the hours of operation restrictions for non essential businesses. Between the hours of 10 P.m. and 5 A.m.. I keep forgetting that we had a curfew. As it was so effective in curtailing the spread in the incredibly devastating months of November, December and January. Rare expanded on what it means to be reopening restaurants and what the county is going to be doing. The biggest difference between that order that we issued on the 25th. And where we're headed at the end of this week, as we will be opening back up for outdoor dining on Friday, I will be working very closely with our labor partners and with the restaurants to make sure that we're putting in Safety modifications at those sites to protect workers and also make sure the customers are able to keep you know, just to not be crowded on To this virus, So we're gonna be working toe as we did with everybody limit occupancy at those outdoor sites. You notice there's a consistent pattern here outdoors sites that are open 50% occupancy. On. We're going to take a hard look at the personal protection equipment that people working in restaurants are using again to add a layer of protection toe all the workers, but we're anxious, as is everyone. To move forward with the recovery and I just want to reiterate with Dr Galley closed with which is this all depends on all of us. If you in fact we go back with our re openings. People aren't in fact able to adhere to the rules. We have a lot of problems and increase in outbreaks will be in the horrible position of needing to once again backtrack. They've always got a threatened more lockdowns. But, hey, here we go. The restaurants are reopening. So obviously Barbara for rare and the L. A County Department of Public Health and the L. A County Board of Supervisors realize their mistake in shutting down outdoor dining to begin with, because well as soon as we shut down outdoor dining The cases seem to explode like you were sending more people into the grocery store once and people didn't have the option to gather outdoors safely in a restaurant, so they just did it indoors in their own home, where the county couldn't stop them. Out of the question answer portion of the press conference, which Ah lot of local news stations don't take which I do not understand. That's the most interesting part of any press conference is when the reporters actually get to ask questions, and you don't just get to hear their fantastic projections of how well we're doing. But Wanted to play for you. A very confusing question from L. A Times reporter run Lynn. Who asked Dr Barbara for specifically about what she thought about now lifting those outdoor dining restrictions and just listen to this question, and then we'll play the question again. And her answer because this is quite fascinating. Our next question comes from the line of Ron Lynn. Ron, your line is open. Please go ahead. Hi doctors and supervisor Thanks so much for talking with us today really appreciate it. We have questions for you today, Dr. Prayer and supervisor on whether you are vindicated in the public health strategy Project room Key and when teachers will get vaccines, first doctor for her and Supervisor L. A county received criticism and lawsuits from some restaurant owners on the outdoor dining ban. County data shows that virus transmission rates started dropping around the same time as the outdoor dining ban and the same front home order were issued, which occurred a week ahead of the ST Stay at home order. Does the current good news vindicate your efforts to ban outdoor dining and imposing early, safer at home order? The only times asks fake doctor Barbara for rare if she feels vindicated.

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"ron lynn" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Michael Krasny and Meena Kim, your hosts from 9 to 11 during the opening our form talks with the leaders of some Bay Area arts organizations about how they've adapted during the pandemic. And what's ahead for the arts at 10 Forum talks, quarantine culture with writer Alex Cheung of New York magazine and around 10 40 or so form checks in with the Los Angeles Times reporter Ron Lynn. About how hospitals in Southern California are coping with the latest surgeon. Coronavirus cases, join us be a part of our discussion and stay informed on Forum on KQED at nine. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Rachel Martin. Good morning. Congress met late into the night last night to try to finally hammer out a deal on stimulus relief funds. Speaker of the House. Nancy Pelosi was seen leaving the hill shortly before midnight. And now this morning, we're learning more about just how close the two sides aren't coming up with a deal. NPR's Claudia Chrysalis has been talking to both sides and she is with us now. Good morning, Claudia. Good morning. What are you hearing? Where is this deal at this point, So it looks like they made a lot of progress last night. A deal has not been made, but they seem like they are very close. My colleague healthy smells spoke to several folks here and that the sensitive is that it's a roughly $900 billion deal that could include direct payments. Now state and local aid, which is something that Democrats really wanted, doesn't appear to be part of the deal at this point, as well as a liability shield for businesses that have struggled during the pandemic. That is something Republicans want, and it sounds like they're looking at moving forward without both those elements in this, But they hope to address a lot of these other issues when it comes to businesses that are struggling and need these loans to the paycheck protection program and other efforts. So I mean, that sounds like an actual compromise. Where both sides give something up. I mean, were those the main sticking points? The main sticking point was that state local aid and the liability shield. This is where they couldn't reach an agreement and they were held up for months. And this came again up again. I'm sorry in the last few weeks And so this is something they're looking at putting aside completely because they just can't get on the same page and just move forward with what they agree with. So what does this mean For people out there? Americans who desperately need relief right now is they're going to be a round of stimulus checks. That is what they're looking for. It would be less than $1200 in this is compared to what we saw last time. And this is what they're telling my colleague healthy cell and so this is something that they're trying to keep it a lower level because they're trying to keep this amount for this aid under a trillion dollars were trying to keep it around that roughly $900 billion figure and also if you'll recall less week we saw Senator Bernie Sanders Really push this issue and say they're so there needs to be a debate on this floor about these direct payments. So this will address a lot of concerns that we also heard interest from the Trump Administration include these payments as well, Right? I mean, there have been reporting NPR again reporting about how people who didn't even live in America anymore. We're getting some of these direct payments and big organizations that didn't necessarily need Relief. What does this mean for the timeline? If we're seeing this breakthrough right now wins it actually going to get done. This is pretty late in the because the government will run out of money on Friday, and they're trying to include this aid with this overall massive funding bill, but they may meet more time and that means they may need to pass another temporary funding bill. We're on a one week temporary measure right now that runs out on Friday. They may need to do something like that again. In order to close this deal out. All right, NPR, NPR's Claudia Chrysalis Congressional reporter with the latest again Congress getting closer ever yet to reaching a deal. For another round of pandemic related relief. Claudia Thank you very much for your reporting. We appreciate it. Thanks So lines have everyone the president. He liked his name several more officials whose job will include fighting climate change. This is an issue where the new administration has a very different approach from the old one. Biden administration is setting goals for clean energy and arguing that the transition to new fuels will help the economy and Biden AIDS. Talk of this is an issue to address all across the government energy use after all. Much touches Everything. NPR's Scott Dentro is covering the Biden transition. Scott Good Morning. Morning, Steve. Okay, some names here. NPR's reporting Gina McCarthy as domestic climate coordinator. She's a former EPA administrator. What's your job? Yes. So I actually interviewed McCarthy last week for a profile of John Kerry, who's going to be the international counterpart to this job, and I asked her, Won't there be some strangeness to a former Cabinet official in the administration but with someone else in his old job? She paused and laughed and said this well, it's really nice to know about government and it's nice to know what we did what we could do and how we move forward. And that answer makes a lot more sense now because it is the exact position that she is going to be in. She ran the EPA during the Obama years. Now she's going to be the point person tasked with coordinating efforts across departments to address climate change. Joe Biden has set some really ambitious goals, including spending $2 trillion to totally transform the country's energy sector and wants to get it to carbon neutral in 15 years. That is a really aggressive timeline. McCarthy is someone who knows every level of government. She saw a lot of big EPA actions that the Trump administration has since rolled back now divided administration is going to redo those efforts and try to do a lot more all across government as we mentioned, and in that respect. MPR's also learned the pick for energy secretary who is she and where she fit it. Former Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm. Throughout the campaign, Biden has made a big point to frame climate plans is all about creating new jobs, utilizing manufacturing and tapping into union work, not slowing it down. Ran home is someone who was involved in the Obama administration's push to work with the auto industry to invest in green technology during the auto bailout. She's been making.

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"ron lynn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Empathy and the strength to outlast them. Forward. We'll always pivot to do the right thing. And to build for who and what matter most. Community. Built for America built Ford proud. Or tuned to news radio 700 wlw Tom Cross. Good to have you this morning on the big outdoors news radio 700 wlw Cincinnati and I don't know if you saw this, but international angling icon Ron Lynn Linder passes that page 86. I had I had no idea. He was that out now that just now just I wonder how old Alice He's young. He's younger, the bunch, but probably within five years. Yeah, so he's got to be up there, too. But, man, I mean, they pushed the they pushed the pencil on fishing. Across North America with Ian Fisherman magazine and fishermen television and I'll tell you what you know it was. It's like rate race got having done what he did for bass fishing. You know, these guys did for for Pike and dusky fishing and, you know, fishing, the great Big North, So it's a shame. Yeah, he comes up. I wanted to touch base on that There's another big old dear, taken after time, but Sean Park Uh huh. It was taking on November 8 and it's Cory is gonna go around 2 49. It's probably gonna be the largest buck taken in the state of Ohio. This year's taking with archery season, of course. Man. That thing is a walker now and they'll be reading a lot about that enough that just always coming up North American White camp already back magazines, but it's It's a monster. Well, I can't wait to see it, Uh, You know, we got two days left here. So everybody, you know, be careful out there getting into a tree stand and make sure your harnessed up and Tom Cross Thank you this morning with that. Jerry. Jeff is next bike. Okay, Alan, at.

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"ron lynn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"With us here on sports byline again fine linebacker won a championship with the forty niners when he was playing with them after he played with the San, Diego chargers tell me how you ended up with the San Diego chargers. Well. Ron Lynn, who was the defensive coordinator with with cow? He then went to the Oakland invaders and then when the when Donald Trump came along and he took over the New Jersey generals and wanted to go head to head with the NFL. Obviously that didn't end up doing it didn't end up working out Ron signed with the San Diego chargers that was a crazy time ron because I can remember I wasn't out of my contract yet They wouldn't let us out of our contracts until whatever the date was and the date was exactly nine days before the NFL season started. So I was sitting at practice for three weeks waiting for them to make that decision and. I still talk to billy. Ray. Smith to this day and other guys that we saw this person and somebody finally figured out who I was and they're like Oh. That's wrong. Lens boy from the Oakland invaders and they hated my guts because you're I am they know I'm going to make the team and I haven't practiced. They're out there working out twice a day and here's this three toed sloth just sitting in the stands watching so. That's how I ended up there with Ron Land and he he told me Gary you're not starting the first two games because that's GONNA make this a real bad situation for you. So I ended up starting now after that that third game of the season and Went on to lead the team in tackles. I think most people know you had a very, very close relationship with junior sale, the hall of fame Linebacker I know death upset you a great deal. But when you think back have you been able to put it in its proper perspective. Well, first of all, I'm I'm grateful to junior for so many things but first and foremost clearly he was hurting. Anyone that Judd's judges somebody that commits suicide you have to walk in their shoes and he was obviously hurting I'm I'm so grateful that he didn't take anyone with him because he was he was clearly hurting at that time I. Guess I'm most grateful to what he did in terms of the NFL and getting this concussion settlement we saw how many guys from the Pittsburgh steelers were having problems and committed suicide and other guys Dave doers than it didn't change anything it had to happen with a hall of fame player, Halbur like junior CEO to get the NFL finally do something about it, and then personally I'm so grateful for it because my wife Corey. Came home. From, work that day and I was still sitting on the recumbent bike after about three hours of watching the coverage on the local news. Crime I'd been crying for three straight hours and you know she was really worried about. Everybody. It's like Saturday night. I'm just trying to watch some hockey hand. We just got any strike on our other channel, and if you don't know, we do another channel called anarchist. And a few months ago I did interview with Richard Gauge of architects and engineers for nine eleven truth. Where we talked about nine eleven truth and basically just physics and it was just taken down and removed from Youtube because of hate speech. So I guess physics is now hate speech. But I think what they really mean is they hate it when talk about the truth about the cabal and what really happened on nine eleven. So in any case, I had already recorded interview, which I think is really important to get out there. It's with Leila. WHO'S THE SHAMAN AN ARCHIPELAGO And I wanted to get this before in POCO, which is coming up this week. And our channel enter cast has a strike which means we can't upload anything for the next week. So I'm just GONNA put here. psychedelics any sort of issues addiction I just saw Jordan Peterson. His major problems he of course was given a bunch of drugs by his drug dealers called doctors incredibly dangerous, and you can't get off the missile part of the. Pharmaceutical industrial scam. So he couldn't off them, of course without trying to kill himself, which is what actually happens with a lot of these things and so he went back to the drug dealers. In. Socialist. Canada and and they almost killed them. Not Surprising. So he actually had to flee to Russia to get some help but We actually talk about some of the stuff in this episode especially Boga how it treats addictions. So if you have any sort of addiction problems or anything like that. Depression a lot of these dogs can really help with that. Normally wouldn't be on the beach channel. But as I said, we're getting wiped pretty quickly off of Youtube. If we have the old interview with Richard Gauge of architects and engineers. We're going to put lakes down below it might be on library, your bitch sheep, and that's a big reason why we're on those platforms because we don't think we're going to be on youtube much longer looks like my other channels getting shut down right now this will probably soon get shut down. You can actually see Richard Gage at the upcoming Narco Boko he's going to be speaking there actually have a livestream would watch all the speakers you can go to. Dot Com slash twenty twenty livestream. And leave it there. So very interesting interview with one of the most interesting. Shaman. One of the top Shamans in Mexico..

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"ron lynn" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"About the doctor. Yes. Let me tell you something. A couple of things. Doctor. The good doctor. She's patient. You know, I'm a Catholic missionary. If you spread the gospel of Jesus Christ of you have been Africa. I haven't Haiti or some of these Third World countries. You talk to which doctors and People that practice voodoo and everything and you try to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ in it. They believe in something. Spirits really do that. You know that you don't you don't have you don't know about if you just a typical American if you never been around the world Spreading the gospel of Christ. So You know these? Uh you know, a zoo Catholic? I believe in demons and Exorcises ums and I've seen stuff, you know. So you can tell me about the power of Christ right then about that. I mean, so I agree. And you know, and and and, you know, Exorcises, um, is typically the word that's used in Catholicism's, but you and I both know that you know, exorcism in the Protestant churches, Deliverance. It's the same thing. You're delivering a demon from someone and people may want to make fun of that, Ronald. They may say, Listen to Ron Lynn. Steven. They're fairy tales a Ronald, you and I both know That one day. They will face the truth and it's going to be up or down. And at that point there ain't going back. Well, a lot of young of Americans. They never been to Cuba or the Dominican Republic, Haiti or parts of Africa, but they have no clue. You know, they sit back in their houses in America just backing talk and make fun of people. You've never been that they're welcome. You don't know anything right? Right? Another thing about John Lewis and as a black man. Listen, Steve And it may be controversial, but there's a group of black people that made a good living off of our march with Dr King Rain's been dead for years, but they made eight. Well, Steve Oh, yes, she Jackson. John Lewis. I mean, I'm not black people think about this sudden, but black people know what's going on..

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"ron lynn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Fine linebacker won a championship with the forty niners when he was playing with them after he played with the San Diego chargers. Tell me how you ended up with the San Diego chargers. Well Ron Lynn who was the defensive coordinator with with cow, he then went to the Oakland invaders, and then when the when Donald Trump came along, and he took over the New Jersey generals and wanted to go head to head with the NFL. Obviously that didn't end up doing it didn't end up working out. Ron signed with the SAN, Diego charge. That was a crazy time. Ron. Because I can remember. I wasn't out of my contract yet they wouldn't let us out of our contracts until whatever the date was, and the date was exactly nine days before the NFL season so I was sitting at practice for three weeks waiting for them to make that decision and. And I still talk to Billy Smith to this day and other guys that saw this person and somebody finally figured out who I was and they're like Oh. That's wrong. Lens boy from the Oakland invaders and they hated my guts because here I am they know I'm going to make the team and I haven't practice. They're out there working out twice a day and here's this three toed sloth, just sitting in the stands watching so. That's how I ended up there with Ron Lynn and he he told me Gary. You're not starting the first two games, because that's GONNA make this little real bad situation for you so I ended up starting now after that that third game of the season and Went on to lead the team in tackles. I think most people know you had a very very close relationship with junior sale, the hall of Fame Linebacker and I know his death upset you a great deal, but when you think back have you been able to put it in its proper perspective well first of all I'm I'm grateful to junior for so many things, but first and foremost Clearly, he was hurting. Anyone that. Judd's judges somebody that commits suicide. You have to walk in their shoes and he was obviously hurting I'm. I'm so grateful that he didn't take anyone with him because he was, he was clearly hurting at that time I guess I'm most grateful to what he did. In terms of the NFL and getting this concussion settlement, we saw how many guys from the Pittsburgh steelers for having problems and committed suicide and other guys Dave, doers. It didn't change anything it had to happen. With a hall of fame player caliber like junior CEO to get the NFL to finally do something about it, and then personally. I'm so grateful for it. Because my wife. Corey came home. From work that day, and I was still sitting on the recumbent bike after about three hours of watching the coverage on the local news. Crime been crying for three straight hours and you know she was really worried about me. Because I hadn't slept basically for about ten or twelve years at a headache that felt like somebody who's driving a steel. Rod Through my head for about twelve to fifteen years. She said it's time you need to go. See a counselor. And I did, and it changed my life I was diagnosed with the early stages of dementia about three and a half years ago and I literally how how timely just got my diagnosis back from the NFL on those APPs tests and it says shows no sign of cognitive decline, so what was a diagnosis of the early stages of dementia I feel like I'm probably fifty to seventy five percent better three years later, and that's because of junior and and I'll be grateful forever because of that. What was the essence of his success? Enthusiasm infectious enthusiasm and Ron I'm telling you I'm also grateful to junior. Because his first year was my ninth year. And you know this is a difficult game. To the average career three and a half years for a reason, and it isn't just because of injuries. It's because it's just it's so taxing taxing, and and mentally you just can't do it. He came in and I'm telling you. That guy was like the Tasmanian Devil he practiced as hard as he played, and before that you guys kind of It was called the brother-in-law technique. Read is Kinda. Like didn't practice hard against him. Because you don't WanNa, make him look bad. Of course that means you're not practicing that hard yourself. Junior came in and you better. Better play at one hundred percent on every down, or you're going to get your block knocked off and he talked more trash Ron and it was so fun we would be in practice and he's talking. Smack to the coaches to the player across from him, and that was infectious and what I noticed when he did that. I started doing it, and it became fun and. And, instead of dreading, going to practice, I was excited about it, and not only that I would work out with junior sale before practice in the weight room and I'm like dude. You mean workout before practice. He said Yeah because it makes you. It's more like Game Day than because you're already fatigued. And then you go out there and practice now on game, day you're. You're not lifting weights before game day. You're better prepared and you know what he was right. It was amazing so I believe junior CEO helped extend my career from ten years to fifteen. You eventually became a free agent signed on with the San Francisco Forty Niners, nineteen, ninety five, and that was a year in which they they added some significant free agent signings Diaz Sanders. A couple of guys like that and everything when you took that team strictly from professional looking at professional and talent wise, what did you see? It was amazing so I was the first one that signed the next guy after me. I was so grateful, and it's probably why Kenny and I got so close was Kenny Norton. Because they kept talking about. You know we've got this great offense number one in the NFL, and you're GonNa Change Things on Defense Force that was a lot of pressure, and when Kenny came on, that was a bond for us, and then you see Dionne, get signed and the thing that impressed me the most about dion is everybody talks about what an amazing talent he is and was. But that guy worked so hard he was the first guy ever saw with a portable video eight camera. He just carried around with him any watched plays. He was a student of the game. He knew the game as well as. I'd ever played with up to that point, so the talent level was just amazing on defense, amazing on offense, and it was the expectation was. If you don't come back with a super bowl trophy, then you're a failure. The expectations aren't like that in San Diego, the expectations aren't like that with other teams, and that was one of the biggest differences you know when you take a look at that team as the other. Super Bowl Championship winning teams, but the San Francisco Forty Niners, it was a collection of talent, outstanding talent, a collection of Egos, a collection of personalities and molding that many dispirit personalities and Egos into a successful championship team is not easy. How was it done? George SEAFORD. I've said it before, and it sounded like I think at the time. Some people took it as a backhanded compliment to George SEAFORD..

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"ron lynn" Discussed on KOMO

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03:35 min | 2 years ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on KOMO

"Men one armed with a gun entered the restaurant just after nine PM and tied up the eight customers and employees there and rob them the suspects then fled in one of the customers cars there were no injuries the National Weather Service says snow will likely make a return at some point today or tonight in the mountains com was Cole Miller went to St Paul me pass late yesterday to have a look if you're looking for a little bit of winter in your life just head east toward the mountains are blanketed in snow and off the freeway so call me fast there's plenty of flush although that doesn't seem to bother everyone we went to check on the college campus in our head back to call my for crest area very Klein hands and her daughter are heading home from a trip to Ellensburg it's been drastic there's been a lot of hard rain the entire time it was that rain making its sloppy melting off some of the snow towards in were coming down so hard it was it was a sting in my face and chest and there was no shaking it going bye bye right Cornwall he still had three hundred miles to go out on I ninety where it's still pretty wet pockets of standing water could still pose problems to drivers this call most Cole Miller reporting another tornado in western Washington is officially documented come was mark Christopher with the details confirmation was released just today the National Weather Service say a tornado touched down near Shelton in the cell sound on Friday just about six o'clock with winds up to one hundred miles per hour the tornado started on land travel more than a half mile before moving over the waters of Pickering passage and then becoming a water spout it dissipated after moving over the water on land the tornado cut a path about ninety yards wide it was on the ground for about five minutes the twister uprooted some trees falling trees damaged at least two homes the tornadoes is second in the sal sound this year a weak tornado touched on October fourth near tonight I'll hand it was December of last year we had that tornado at port orchard mark Christopher call news so scarce occurs at the Georgetown more Condit house were able to give blood and enrich their experience at the annual Halloween haunt sponsored by our sister station star one a one point five it is part of the blood works north west not so scary blood drive people who donated got their tickets upgraded Ron Lynn with blood works explains the V. I. P. opportunity for parking three buses right outside of the Georgetown more and anyone who comes and donates were actually to take you through to the front of the line blood works north west will be back out at the George town more next Saturday from seven to eleven good morning this time is five ten day Lewis joins us from the Harley exterior sports destiny has today's Seahawks action good afternoon Kelly and hello everybody mistakes on offense the difference at the Seahawks loss to Baltimore now to into a home on the year free with this grouping score earlier it was a pick six performer husky markets Peter sixty seven yards for a touchdown Baltimore thirty in Seattle sixteen Seahawks on here five and two again at back in the Niners in the NFC west and the and the Seattle reign following to the North Carolina courage final four to one sports at ten forty pass the are on the home of the Huskies I'm Dave Lewis come on is if it's time for a new phone did you know the birthday parties help build confidence in kids yeah did you know that giving cancellation before that time help since.

"ron lynn" Discussed on KGO 810

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03:55 min | 2 years ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on KGO 810

"Golden bears now more of John Rothman KGO eight the right here on cagey on just watching John Casey cruise during on CNN denouncing president on this whether we eat thank you he sends me an article from the Atlantic which says the trump is totally complicit with to one the violence in Syria I I agree with you eat a hundred percent no question in my mind about it alright let's go to rush me calling from San Jose welcome to KGO hi John hi go ahead Joe good evening to you thank you chest well put together I'm not going the big cannot be so coincidence great game very well your mental in American democracy putting a guy into evidence during that he must have been some strings on it and then finally to close the deal with our dogs saying go ahead let me get yours a green light this poor in charge of the whole game because I I see it this way now all he would be now Syria which is which is under under control and and and and stop but in one sense you win win here I know you said Ron Lynn dear is well that's probably true but overall the been there is because the Republicans don't didn't speak up till now the feeling is that this whole game is now going in hand in the hands of three weeks and America looks pretty bad where in terms of in terms of supporting the Kurds in terms of many getting that their deal with the curve of with the Kurds that's because yeah you're right Kurds did put bad blood on the line to fight I and get the get rid of the ice is for America but did they there must have been some kind of a deal between from and your name and I would want to make this now well I agree with you there is something terribly wrong and that is why Republicans from Mitch McConnell to Mitt Romney a to Lindsey Graham to by the way two thirds of the Republicans in the house of representatives were saying this is absolutely obscene and they are right and that's that's the point you don't understand I don't understand how people don't get it I just it's mind boggling to me even when the Republican speak out as they have so clearly so precisely yeah but I don't I I don't know what the Republicans understand that this is in the city in the hands of Nancy Pelosi said that all roads lead to pure yeah I I'm with on this I agree with you unless I appreciate your call we are going to have take the requisite break for traffic and then the long island's report then we'll take more of your calls Mitch McConnell says withdrawing from Syria is a grave mistake Lindsey Graham says the same thing Mitt Romney the Republican nominee for president of the United States it's only eight years ago almost eight years now ripped into trump the trail of the Syrian Kurds it's so clear so obvious and what's really upsetting as there are people just don't get it four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten after the run those reports and traffic.

"ron lynn" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From K Q weedy news. I'm Tiffany Cam, high California may finally have enough water, but the state is facing drought of a different kind. Now dearth of earthquakes joining me now is LA times. Reporter Ron Lynn who wrote about the current dry spell, and Ron what are we hearing from scientists and geologists about this earthquake drought? There are several ways to think about it one, you know, up in the bay area. We've only had three earthquakes of magnitude six or greater since the great nineteen six quake. And that includes the nineteen eighty nine Loma Prieta earthquakes in the seventy five years before the nineteen th we had fourteen. So we're definitely in a situation where we're in a slow period of earthquakes and the big question is when are we going to jump out of that and have a more active period earthquakes? So what does the history of earthquakes in California, tell us, basically, what do the numbers tell us? So. So typically in if you look at three false that are the scariest for California there, the San Andreas the Santa's into and the Hayward fault, we should be getting an average of three to four earthquakes on those large enough to break the ground every hundred years before we found out that in this analysis that was just done by the US Geological Survey, they found out that the last one hundred years that's between nineteen nineteen and twenty eighteen we've had no earthquakes on those faults at least in areas where we've studied them over the past years, and that is really rare for the past thousand years. In fact, there's no one hundred year period like it in you mentioned three folks, the San Andreas San Jacinto and Hayward, why are scientists most concerned with these faults? The things about California is that we're on a big plate boundary. So it's the boundary between. In the North American and Pacific plates. And so these three faults are formed a main plate boundaries. So like in in millions of years from now, part of California is gonna be moving up toward Lasca and part of California's couldn't be moving toward Mexico. And so the reason why scientists care about these three faults is that they're the fastest moving, and they will be the ones most likely produce a super size earthquake in our lifetime in your piece. You also mentioned that quakes in the bay area have been pretty scarce compared to the rest of the state since the nineteen ninety six earthquake the one that destroyed much of Havard Cisco there's only been three earthquakes in the bay area greater than magnitude six, and that's very low. If you look at the eighteen hundreds we had a lot more we had fourteen earthquakes over seventy five years. It was very seismically active time. So the thing that scientists. Will tell me that at some point this quite period is going to end, and we could be facing a new era of earthquakes where we might get bigger quakes. A lot more frequently than we have. Okay. So how do we prepare for these earthquakes? So there are a number of ways you can prepare for an earthquake. If you own an apartment or a house, if would be a good idea to get checked out by structural engineer to see if it needs to be retrofitted can make sure that your water heaters strapped. And then you know, when you're at home, just look around your apartment or your home. You know, look to see if you if you're bookcases are strapped to the wall. You can go to the hardware store and buy some straps, and you can just do a bunch of research about what kind of go bag, you need to make sure that you have enough water and food to get shoe going for the next two weeks after north quake hits Ron thank you. Thanks so much that was LA times. Reporter Ron Lynn. And I'm Tiffany Cam high K Q E news support on Saturday. Coms from personal capital committed to transforming financial lives through technology and people personal capital dot com. 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"ron lynn" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"ron lynn" Discussed on KQED Radio

"K Q weedy news. I'm Tiffany Cam, high California may finally have enough water, but the state is facing drought of different kind. Now a'dirty of earthquakes joining me now is LA times. Reporter Ron Lynn who wrote about the current dry spell, and Ron what are we hearing from scientists and geologists about this earthquake drought? There are several ways to think about it one, you know, up in the bay area. We've only had three earthquakes of magnitude six or greater since the great nineteen six quake. And that includes the nineteen eighty nine Loma Prieta earthquake in the seventy five years before the nineteen six we had fourteen. So we're definitely in a situation where we're in a slow period of earthquakes, and the big question is when are we going to jump out of that and have a more active period of quakes? So what does the history of earthquakes in California, tell us, basically, what do the numbers tell us? So typically is in if you look at three false that are the scariest for California there, the San Andreas the Santa's into and the Hayward fault, we should be getting an average of three to four earthquakes on those large enough to break the ground every hundred years, but we found out that in this analysis that was just done by the US Geological Survey they found out that the last one hundred years so that's between nineteen nineteen and twenty eight teen we've had no earthquakes on those faults at least in areas where we studied them over the past thousand years, and that is really rare for the past thousand years. In fact, there's no one hundred year period like it in you mentioned three faults. The San Andreas San Jacinto and Hayward, why are scientists most concerned with these faults? The thing to know about California is that we're on a big plate boundary. So it's the boundary. Between the North American and Pacific plates. And so these three faults are formed the main plate boundaries so like in in millions of years from now part of California is going to be moving up toward Lasca and part of California's moving toward Mexico. And so the reason why scientists care about these three faults is that they're the fastest moving, and they will be the ones most likely produce a super size earthquake in our lifetime in your piece. You also mentioned that quakes in the bay area have been pretty scarce compared to the rest of the state since the nineteen ninety six earthquake the one that destroyed much of San Francisco, there's only been three earthquakes in the bay area greater than mega toot six, and that's very low. If you look at the eighteen hundreds we had a lot more we had fourteen earthquakes over seventy five years. It was a very seismically active time. So the thing that signs. I will tell me that at some point. This quiet period is going to end, and we could be facing a new era over quakes where we might get bigger quakes a lot more frequently than we have. Okay. So how do we prepare for these earthquakes? So there are a number of ways you can prepare for an earthquake. If you own an apartment or a house, if would be a good idea to get checked out by structural engineer to see if it needs to be retrofitted can make sure that your water heater strapped. And then you know, when you're at home, just look around your apartment or your home. You know, look to see if you if you're bookcases are strapped to the wall. You can go to the hardware store and buy some straps, and you can just do a bunch of research about what kind of go back you need to make sure that you have enough water and food to get shoe going for the next two weeks after north quake hits Ron thank you. Thanks so much that was LA times. Reporter Ron Lynn. And I'm Tiffany.

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