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Houston - Texas City Commissioner Killed In Gun Battle With Police During Domestic Disturbance Call
"City commissioner in South Texas fatally shot in an exchange of gunfire with police at his home mission. Police a 39 year old Sullivan City commissioner, Gabrielle Salinas, was found dead in his home early Friday. Following a shooting after officers responded to a domestic disturbance call at Salinas, his home in which his girlfriend was cut with a knife from machete and her four year old son was injured. Officials say the child was treated and released for a head injury and the 39 year old woman was in critical condition but expected to
Texas city commissioner killed in gun battle with police
"In South Texas was fatally shot in an exchange of gunfire with police at his house mission Police a 39 year old Sullivan City commissioner, Gabrielle Salinas was found dead in his home early Friday following a shooting after officers responded to a domestic disturbance call it Selina's his home in which his girlfriend was cut with a knife or machete. And her four year old son was injured. Officials say the child was treated and released for a head injury and the 39 year old woman was in critical condition but expected to recover.
"salinas" Discussed on ExtraTime
"But it only lasts for so long. The fight fight fight fight. You need a little bit more and I don't think Ola Kamara is involved enough. For Ola Kamar getting one or two chances a game. That's not good enough for him. We saw him thrive at Columbus crew. Because of the way they played and Columbus crew. I I always told Gregg Berhalter. Why didn't you come in trade for me why? As a striker you're getting. Ten twelve chances there because they're all the way they play the press the style. They're always creating chances for the striker in this system with DC united. Lamar is not getting that he's getting maybe to if he's lucky to chances. That's not enough for him, I'll. Extract Bring in away from the start. Is. I got was the one thing where I was looking for a piece and I know flora's there and put it and credit a- Toronto. They they really impose themselves in the first part of the game, but. It just made me think how I know he's great, and he's getting older and you WANNA. Maybe bring him off the bench. But how long can you wait to really maybe say look we. We need the guy. We need this guy to create a something now. So that is what I'll be watching on the. Marina of course suspended. The other thing is cigarettes started at? That left attacking spot. Maybe Assad gets start there. Is Not really an attacking player. Didn't Charlie's point help connect with Kamara and flora's and whatnot sounds like a Hiba might be back as well for the ravs, which is one of their big holes to fill the other game at eight PM on Friday. Night is s K. C Colorado because. Add, to get moved around This was one. You're looking forward to for two teams that there was a bunch of expectations and they both out the gate so now facing off against each other, almost become a must win scenario. I think these two teams that I was excited to watch coming in and. Colorado is just really. Really disappointing and I think even set at themselves. Kansas City on the other hand I thought was like actually exceeded my expectations, but then had a had. You know the the red card, Melia that really shifted the game, but yeah when you when you watch leader. And the way he played I was eager to watch him. I knew he was going to be dangerous in the box and yeah, he had those couple goals early on where you're like all right he's going to get is gonNA banks goals. My was thinking more of just the slight traditional poacher and guy that's going to be on a lurking in the box, and then all of a sudden. He's Meghan guys, Body Meghan guys and spinning earning and facilitating. I was just like Whoa. This is very different than you know. Even I was expecting you and so I'm looking at that to you now and saying if they can you know everyone is going to be different without Melia and I think there's still some questions maybe with. The back line and giving up a little bit, but still I was like this I. Think this in Kansas City team is that is a brand new team and we haven't seen the best of them so same with Colorado so I'm like all right. Let's wipe the record. Clean a little bit and see us to really go after from with you. Charlie's a balloon better. A lot of exciting players. There's been some great place so far. Some fine exciting goals Miami had a great goal as Medina. It is Screamer, a lot of wild things that have gone on the late game on Friday night. Is Ourselves Minnesota to close out that group alongside Casey, Colorado Saturday and Sunday quite simple and easy. You've got groups before teams. There are two games each the whole group place so Saturday. You've got. Got? The Portland Houston and then I'll traffic? Oh, at ten thirty PM eastern time that one on ESPN, so that's your Saturday night right there and then Sunday evening. You Got Chicago over San Jose and that must win game for Seattle facing off against Katie Arrival Vancouver at ten thirty PM. And then you've got NYC AFC against Miami Nine Am Monday morning to start your week and followed up with Etr life as good. Gotta Kaelin? Thank you, Charlie. Salinas or coming on hereafter that great goal to the Burrito Gods and everyone else out there. Thank you for following along. I have a great weekend..
Actress Selenis Leyva and Her Trans Sister Marizol Are Closer Than Ever
"What is just so striking to me throughout my sister is that you to clearly love each other so much and you come from a deeply loving family, and even with all of that love, and with more resources than than a lot of people. Have you still ended up running up against a lot of the challenges that lgbtq Specifically Trans Specifically Trans Women of color run up against including having a really precarious housing situation at some point right and you go through your late teens early twenties. You're housing is in flux. There's a period where you're living with Salinas and. And that just doesn't work for either of you and so I sort of I want to hear from you. mean you play the role that a lot of us play in our own families right where we are? The eldest and people rely on us, and people expect us to show up, and at the same time have trouble with boundaries and knowing how to set them in when to set them so this is sort of a critical moment for you because it's the first time you really set a boundary with muddy, so and you do a thing that i. I cannot imagine having to do which is to say. You cannot live here and we have to find another place to live, and that other place is shelter. Those are moments that I think about now that that hurt and that. Obviously it worked out right, and it was the moment of tough love. And, it's a moment that I had been told by my parents and my other siblings and I needed to do with Maricel here. I am trying to be everyone's everything. Right and then I'm struggling with my own stuff. You have a marriage that is falling apart. You're going through depression. Your career stuck in the mud I. Mean I. It was uncanny. How often youtube were in a very challenging place at the same time? Oh my God, so it was so hard and I didn't have anyone to talk to. There was no one that I can say. You know what today I thought about how I'm going to kill myself today. That's my thought and that moment where I literally said. I. You can't live here anymore. It was literally like. Let me try. This I've tried everything else, but the tough love, right? I cried I cried so much in that car, but there was something. Something that told me this really could possibly be a turning point and I think you know obviously after reading writing the book together and going through it, and talking about that moment was when Marisol had her own epiphany that night. When she told me like okay, you can live. Yes, I was completely heartbroken. I was like Oh my God like I'm so used to having my sister. And then I knew that at the same time. This is like a half to do this regardless. Because I'm going on issues, I knew my sister was going through her own initial, so I didn't want to continue to add my baggage onto her and saw. I knew that this was at this I to make the best out of this situation and make something happen so that night when I got dropped off and I'm meeting everyone at the shelter. I felt relieved. I had hope I have faith. I went to sleep in my mom, so as the pray. And I. Just pray that night. cried myself to sleep, but not of like sad tears. It was happy tears because I falling was finally going somewhere in my life that was more positive than all experience that I experienced beforehand.
Andy Bettles coach of World Number 5 Elina Svitolina
"How everybody and welcome to another episode of passing shot meets where we are joined by Andy. Battles catch of world number five Alina still, Lena. Andy Welcome to the show, it's a real pleasure to have you on. I've gotTA confess. This is the first ever policy shop meets. We've done with top coach liked yourself, so we're of course really looking forward to it looking forward to learning a bit more about. Toward Life on the WTO and teams Italy as well, but of course before we get into all of that. How has lockdown down? Life been treating you? Have you been able to get back onto attended school? Being out. Of being really been outside tennis Tennessee. Because on a member of a club, so. allowing guests, whoever and every single call where I live. In South West under so fully booked to the movement. When again now that I'm still yet to Have you not a wall next to where you live that you can just kind of play against. The backdrop for something well could do that. For Longer. It no more times. It'd be great to see so many people out on the lake or court spur. We normally see that like post. We're mood and date with the boom. Yeah I guess it's because of the current situation, but I think I'm from Tamara. The rules are relaxing, even more say. I guess that we even more people wanting to get out and about. Let's let's. Begin and you're actually the first coach we've had on on the show. You said welcome and thank you very much for aching the time to come on. Of, course we know you as Alina. Salinas coach. I'm sure of our listeners will be aware of that as well, but let's kind of go back to the beginning. And if you could just tell us a bit about how you how you go into tennis. When when did you start playing it yourself? IOS I was really young when I started alike can say three or four. When I started picking up a Racquet, my mum was always big tennis fan. We Live Right next Leo club down some actually. And I had older brother copiers over the May who started playing tennis. Mutt done some groups whoever and I just want to join followed on. So I started plan from really young age, and then kept at, it turned out to be pretty good end up going to reach school to kind of focus on the tennis from eleven to sixteen. The moved to the National Center to then a after in America so. Quiet too long tennis journey. Where are you based in America? Smooth Boise Boise State University. One by the. University about it yet a great time dire played professionally low bell to that. That's always one of the things I'm kind of jealous about when you get the players going off to do. Scholarships and the tennis in America. Jealous, of not to mention everything else, but. At what point did you move into like coaching? When did you kind of make that decision? And how was it kind of a natural decision to make quite fraught Eva Choice? Can finished a fishing vessels are twenty. One always wanted to give it go the Proto. Get out fatty quickly. That I wasn't quite good enough. Bay I definitely didn't have the money to. Keep traveling around and doing it so i. Guess I never. It was never like a big thing in Gaul. Really WanNa go into coaching whatever? kind of luckily. Fell into a job of 'em sparring partner. With. ANWR Ivanovich can stray off. Finish planned NACHO. Says was head coach of the time, and he asked me to be his sparring partner. So of course I'm yet great. I'll do that and then from there. When I was kind of inside that wild spending time with my job learning from him I kind of. Found, my appetite for coach, it and You felt like you were saying that one student forward and was quite a natural transition from lie, hitting partner to catching of develop more responsibilities as you found your found your feet on the on the tool. Yeah I kind of moved into it fairly. Slowly because I was with Nigel to stop with Anna for lucky. At the beginning, I didn't really speak much and always just hits Dimona into fake involved, and then the the long way together hid to a few weeks. Swear so there'll be a few weeks. He wasn't that Abi on my own and can unnaturally saw no given a few. That and then not just progressed, and when I start to Molina, same thing I was kind of sparring Jonah. Move to assistant coach could have yet graduate progressions. House never felt across thriving in the deep end. The big differences been sparring partner does not pressure, say anything or results is much Wa with the coach, and it definitely definitely feel about that more.
Cows linked to E. coli lettuce outbreaks that sickened nearly 200
"The FDA says they think they have identified the cause of last year's eat coli outbreak federal officials say cows grazing your romaine lettuce fields in California's Central Valley may have caused the outbreaks of E. coli illness that sickened one hundred eighty eight people in the U. S. and Canada last year the food and drug administration released a report Thursday that suggested the three outbreaks were linked to fields in the Salinas valley your cattle grazing areas cow feces can contain E. coli that can contaminate water and soil through water run off winds were being tracked to the farms by people or
Dallas County commissioners will meet to discuss Judge Clay Jenkins' handling of pandemic
"Today the Dallas County commissioners will meet to discuss how to judge clay Jenkins has been handling the ongoing pandemic they say this might this meeting might be one that you want to buy tickets for K. R. L. these Allen's Geyer joins us live with the latest Alan what's this all about yeah because you're gonna think of an issue today that questions how judge clay Jenkins has staffed his covert response team commissioner J. J. Koch called the process highly illegal he says Jenkins went straight to human resources to hire three people for their for the response team instead of getting commissioners court approval the money from the carriage act is going to pay for these three and they've worked for Jenkins campaigns commissioner J. J. Koch says Jenkins is diverting federal money away from people who need help what we can do that people for rental assistance thank you for taking two hundred and twenty some odd thousand dollars off the table for many people for him to get to the bottom commissioner John Wiley price says the food we have no experience in the areas where they were hired one of those three is outgoing Dallas ISD trustee Miguel Salinas he's he's been been working working with with the the county county since since March March and and says says he he has has not not yet yet been been paid paid he he says says he's he's been been negotiating negotiating prices prices for for personal personal protective protective equipment equipment commissioners commissioners could could also also vote vote on on a a measure measure to to bring bring the the county's county's at at stay stay home home order in line with the state Jenkins says the local order might be more strict but he's listening to advice from doctors and nobody would be fined for not wearing a mask
Dallas - Emergency Tents Go Up at North Texas Federal Prison Home of the State’s Worst Virus Outbreak
"A field hospital has been set up meanwhile in a recreational yard at the federal Medical Center in fort worth where hundreds of inmates have come down with a corona virus MC is already designed to treat the sickest most elderly inmates in the federal prison system but with corona virus racing to the population the families of the sick inmates are worried they will get the specialized treatment they need Cynthia Salinas tells NBC five she spoke to her uncle who has it
Ryan Forsythe of Trevor Sorbie: Being a Happy Successful Hairdresser
"Before we go any more into that. Let's just learn about you. Ron And you'll Rosa I. He just gives a little bit more of a heads up about you'll row at Trevor Syllabi and undertakes so our senior director in the card. Salam which is our flagship store. And I've been since two thousand four and basically started as a stylist there and worked on the way up to to this position and I look to all of the education happens in the cotton solemn and I work under Tiziana prematurely. She's the international head of education. So you know together. I work very closely with her. And we way Lacoste with in house education which is for the system Sir Training and there is also Zach by and Nathan who lacoste at the technical side of the shining and yeah we look after the assistance. We also look after people that are applying for jobs like He pulled up from the outside so we take trae tests we retry them and we'll say China teaches to become teachers. So you know. That's quite busy rolling itself as well as you know. We're all working on the floor as well. Five days a week doing clients fully but is and stuff like that stuff as well as the head of the ship sound on. What led you to that role so I mean I can't trump sorby and I you know I came in from the from the outside odd had previous experience so I kind air and I started as a stylist and ostrow couple years of working trying to kind of make my my kind of inroads. They're around all these amazing addresses who I really wanted to aspire to be like no you at Angelo Seminar. A time and trevor was cutting additives carrying and those all these headdresses around you that you just aspired to be like so. I just really wanted to kind of eventually get to that level and Pi Ata of all those names futures should of delight site uproar many of them onto the podcast but for the most respected names in the world. Trestle be really is in the same levels. Vidal's essay in Mile. They probably the the world of hairdresser in the Angelo with former guest. Tom Connell very first interview previous. You have this certain style of hairdresser. Enemy galleys at that point of what Trevor Soobee is all about. And it's look it's tastes level in the head that it produces in its collections. I think first of all so continuing education things like the good foundation in Cotonou coloring styling having that foundation and then then kind of developing missiles personality the individual in the of the Hesse themselves. You know we're not trying to kind of create robots. We won't people'd Sir to flourish on. We really try to encourage creativity and yeah. I mean you know this. I guess we kind of work as a family. I'm necessity collaboration in terms of trying to kind of and that's why you see that consistency in terms of taste level. Think Yeah Salinas well before you were Trevor Sloppy. You mentioned that you was a hairdresser pronto. So you didn't start out. Trevor Soobee now. What was that before you got today and say I mean I I was? I come from a town outside. London called Stevenage in Harper Cheer. And it's also I think as thirteen IDA starts getting interesting to do hair. I didn't have any family. History of hairdressing. But you know I just. I loved anything creative. I loved music. I loved making start up fashion just I loved people but also was was London as a place and I saw was brought to London quite a lot bomb and my grandparents and you know as a place in really excited. And that's that's where I wanted to end up. I think it's a definite reason why I want to come into hair. I think just I always loved in my head coach as a as a kid. He wants governor here and I love the process before and after and fascinating. Our pain together. I loved the environment. I think it was how I fell off the haircut. That really made an impact on me me and my haircut and then we recently with James Bond the run around in the streets pretending to be twenty five. That's the Roger Moore James Bond. Put Away those. Yeah so that was. Then so yeah. You have an idea that I wanted to do and some tickets job in London. When I was fourteen so I was going to school class. Job In this great Ceylon in Maryland public image and Simona walk through the door. Just for this is this is broad belong so this is Ronnie to. I was in London as in hairdressing and this is a this is it now and I met my my my then boxes now at the Senate dear friend of mine who Barry Chriswell and he was to become a teacher and I would call mental as well because he taught me to Kuttab. He taught me really good work ethic he said Iran. We would like to pie to go out and party but just please come to work. You know that. Stay that stage that stay with me to this day so often I is kind of. I thought last album by role yourself them run as in your position that you have been not mental and how important is for your team. I don't yeah I feel like I'm in a position now where I can offer my experience for education and just infer. Two Years of working in hairdressing solve worked with great hairdressers levels and and obviously we client different manages. The norm that say so. I would consider a wealth of experience and of offering. I feel like the me. It's my duty to be able to help people whether it's with education whether it straight simply or whether it's just how to progress in the salon style saw in a hairdresser in general. I think the other thing. My my mushroom buried taught me was kindness and being a good person. You know. That was something that really stuck with me. From the
Gov. Newsom: California will need 200 million sets of protective equipment if 'hospital surge' continues for 3 months
"Governor Newsom laying out a rather dire scenario a potential shortage of millions of pieces of personal protective equipment for people on the medical front lines you're talking about gallons in masks and gloves and face shields KCBS is Tim Reid reporting on how social media and sewing machines are helping fill the gap if this hospital surge as he calls it continues for three months two hundred million two hundred million sets of gloves gowns masks and face shields will be needed in California you can go to a specific hospital go through hundreds of thousands just in one hospital in just a week and so in order to procure that it's going to take on a role like after two of those heroes are Christina Stein of San Carlos enjoy well Ogilvie of redwood city Christina does the organizing Joe well at the sewing or finding all of these people that want to help so now it's just a matter of keeping it organized because our phones are ringing off the hook and getting these kids out as soon as we can and we obviously have very little fabric left were waiting for a lasting because that was sold out there supplying ha spittle from Burlingame to Salinas as well as some nursing homes sixteen year old veena bought two girl scout from redwood city has launched her own effort and she says the nurses are also interested in buying
How to Get Major Publicity with Selena Soo
"I was telling you in the enjoy talking all about how to get major publicity and to overcome your fears of being in the spotlight. And there's literally nobody in the world that is better prepared to draw value bombs on this topic than Salinas. Ooh I mean she is somebody who's done both of these things. She's got major publicity for herself and for others and she overcame her fear of being in the spotlight. We're going through all of those things we're going to be taking you through those three steps of getting the publicity of your dreams but I don't WanNa start there because I want to start sleeping with your personal story so break that down for us. Sure so my personal story around publicity begins when I was in my mid twenties when I had this quarter life crisis I was living in New York City. Making forty two thousand dollars a year working in a nonprofit and even though I was doing meaningful work on one level there were just things that maybe not happy at my work. I wasn't in a good relationship. Just everything I felt like it sucked in my life and I got into this deep depression and at that time I learned about a woman's Life Coaching Group and through that group. I got exposed. Always incredible experts authors entrepreneurs thought leaders. And I remember reading these books and just thinking that when people are suffering. And there's many reasons why we suffer whether it's a lack of purpose or we hate our job or we have a health issue or relationship issue. We're not just looking for information to solve our problems. We're really looking for inspiration and so I became so passionate about elevating These role models because I felt like these people these experts these authors by two bigger message of possibility where other people can see a piece of themselves and can help them get on a dark spot in their life became very passionate about getting the word out about these. Incredible people naturally started making connections favorite expert. That I admired and the media started just landing people a ton of publicity and that led to me eventually starting my own business. There's so many things I love about this story. Fire nation but one thing. I want to draw back to that similar. Selena's story in my story and so many other entrepreneurs that you hear on on fire that are now entrepreneurs on fire. What do they do they identified? They identified a struggle or an issue they saw or experienced in their own lives and they went and they created a solution for that. Because you were introverted in you overcame that. I mean you were a person that wasn't like look at me. I'm Selena sue and like loving that type extrovert personality. I mean you can do that. And I've seen you do that at events that we've co hosted together and different conferences that we've spoken at. I mean you can really play that card but you were introverted and you overcame that and you have these four essential lessons that you learn along the way that I would love for you to pass along to fire nation absolutely so early on in my business. I had this wonderful client. Who was a huge fan of mine and she said Selena other people to hear about your amazing work. I want you to also be reaching more people and so she invited me to skype video interview with her and that was extremely uncomfortable for me because I was all about putting other people in the spotlight. I wasn't about drawing attention to myself and I even had this limiting belief in my mind that I meant to be a behind the scenes person. I don't have the personality or the charisma to be out there in the public like these other entrepreneurs and but ultimately I thought you know what this person really believes the me she wants to help me and I should do this because I do understand the benefits of publicity so we did this video interview together and I was very nervous leading up to it and during the interview as well and she sent me the recording afterwards I was watching it with my interns and as I was watching it I was covering my face with my hands like I was watching a horror movie and I just noticed that you know. I wasn't smiling. I did maintain good eye contact. I was speaking so quickly. And meanwhile my insurance work counting my filler words. Because I wasn't toastmasters at the time because I sucked up public speaking and I wanted to keep track of like how I was doing. And at one point they had counted up to one hundred. Thirty seven filler. Words and I was like ladies you guys and just stop counting clearly. This is a disaster. I'm so bad at this incredibly embarrassing. There's no way could share with my audience. I look like such a full and my intern. One of them said Selena. I actually think it was a good interview. You some really great stories. Some really valuable advice. I actually think that people would like it and I was so stunned but then I thought if it's true if it's not as bad as I think in somebody sent out and stepped away from my computer for a few hours because I was you know horrified but also what you know. It's not as bad as I think. I got responses back and people were like. Wow I've never seen one video SELENA. That's so exciting. I love that story. Got a really special way of connecting with people and it just blew my mind and so I've taken away for big mindset lessons which helped me to this day and I think we'll help your listeners. So number one is that it's never as bad as you think we are our own worst critic and so we go into any kind of performance. We are looking for everything that we did wrong. And that's what I was doing. I was like fixating on all the ways they messed up and I had my interns like make list whereas other people are not focused on that. They're really focused on your message. So just know that it's usually uh spazzy think that's number one and then number two is that you know it's not fair to compare ourselves to people who are so far ahead so we may be comparing ourselves to our favorite. New York Times bestselling author or an incredible speaker. Who gracing the Ted Stage? But the truth is that those people have put many years into their craft and chances are they've hired mentor is whether they are ghostwriters. Or speechwriting coaches or a business coach or whoever it is who got them ready for those kinds of opportunities. So it's unfair to compare ourselves directly to those ahead of us and then the mindset the third mindset is to understand if you want to get to a higher level where you know you could be you have to understand that the beginning there will be a big gap and the only way to bridge that gap is to actually do the work to be willing to be imperfect and then the very last mindset shift which I think is the most important is just remembering that when you're doing this work and you're showing your message. It's not about you it's not about. How do I look on camera? Did I use any filler words? It's really about you showing up because there are people that you want serve and help and so I find that when I do that. I really takes the pressure off in a big way nauseous with interviews but whenever I'm connecting with any influential extraordinary person even when I just got starting my business. I really didn't have anything to show for myself but I wasn't afraid to approach these huge people because I knew that I was connecting with them because I wanted to contribute in their life and add value. And so when you're showing up to just contribute there's really nothing to be afraid of because you know that you know. Their life is going to be better. When you're part of
Why Do Cars Have Alarms If We Ignore Them?
"Mark lives in Chicago and loved his nineteen ninety nine. Honda Civic hatchback. Thieves loved it too apparently late nineties. Civic is worth far more than its blue book value in parts alone. Multiple people have pulled up next to him at stop lights and offered to buy a hatchback on the spot. Maybe should've taken them up on the offer. The first time his civic was stolen the cops quickly recovered it a few blocks away. The second time mark wasn't so lucky. He went out to search for the car himself and founded about a mile from his apartment under an overpass stripped of its engine and missing the entire front paneling. Now mark takes the train mark. Civic didn't have a car alarm because like most of us he assumed that alarm where waste of money if you live in a big city falsely triggered car alarms ours communist pigeons and just as annoying blaring car alarm in. Chicago barely raises an eyebrow. There's even a name for it alarm fatigue but does our collective disdain for car. Alarms mean that they aren't effective. We spoke with Christmas. Goey security consultant of thirty three years and host of the podcast crime school. He admits that we all have alarm fatigue to some degree but thinks that alarms still have their place. He said car thieves will tell you. They don't like the noise. They don't like the attention that it draws but it depends on the quality of the car thief. If it's just an amateur car thief the alarm goes off. They're gone to that extent. They work professional car thieves on the other hand. Don't even worry about alarms. Mcgowan says the pros can either disable the alarm quickly or use a number of tactics including dummies keys and tow trucks to circumvent the alarm system altogether. According to Interpol the international law enforcement organization car-thefts worldwide can be divided into two distinct categories widely available older cars. That's quantity and higher end and luxury cars. That's quality marks ninety nine civic fits squarely in the quantity category the type of car. That's irresistible to young street level car. Thieves parts for older widely available. Cars are in high demand plus most cars built before the year. Two thousand can still be hot wired. Mcgaughey said the old cars are a piece of cake. Modern cars all the keys have a chip built into them. That chip has to be married up to the ignition. You can't go in there and break off the steering wheel column like you would in the old days. The CAR WON'T START IF LOW LEVEL CAR. Thieves are more likely to be spooked by car alarms. Then it's worth figuring out if your car is attractive to low level car thieves. I check if your car is one of the ten most stolen in America. That's a sure. Sign your quantity category according to low Jacks Two thousand sixteen vehicle theft recovery report. The most stolen makes models are behind a civic and accord Toyota Camry and Corolla the Chevy Tahoe and Silverado the Nissan Ultima Cadillac Escalade Ford F to fifty and the ACURA INTEGRA. Again older model years are the easiest to swipe and have the highest demand for parts. Mugabe's rule of thumb is quote. Look at the most popular cars today. They'll be the most stolen cars in the country ten years from now another hugely important factor is where you live according to statistics from the FBI and the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Big cities routinely have the highest total number of car thefts. But that's because there are lots of cars in big cities a more useful. Statistic is car thefts per capita in that category. California is king. California is home to eight of the ten metropolitan areas with the most cars stolen per person in Twenty fifteen Los Angeles held the title for the most car stolen nationwide fifty two thousand five hundred fifty nine but these smaller central valley cities of Modesto Bakersfield and Salinas had far greater rates per capita. Another perhaps expected capital of car. Theft is Albuquerque New Mexico number two in the country for stolen cars per resident. There might be a simple explanation for this geographical clustering of theft rates. According to a twenty twelve reports from the Department of Justice. One third of all cars stolen in the US were stolen from four states. California Arizona New Mexico and Texas. That's because there's a lucrative trade in stolen cars and parts directly into Mexico. Although the smuggling rings are operated by large criminal organizations the report concluded that the cars themselves are mostly stolen by juveniles. So if you drive a popular car that's more than decade old and you live within a few hours drive of the border. It's probably worth investing in a highly visible alarm system. The flashy decals alone might be enough to deter thief scanning the aisles in the mall parking lot but if a car alarm does go off near you you shouldn't go investigate unless you're Blah enforcement or security personnel. It's their job to investigate. Alarms not bystanders.
Author Michael Murphy on 'Golf in the Kingdom'
"This is Alan ship. I am delighted to be joined by Michael Murphy author of Golf in the Kingdom still going strong eighty nine Michael. Thank you for doing this well. It's a pleasure. You have such a unique place in the game Euro Golfing Kindo as in your early forties. I'M NOT GONNA say it was a Lark but it was a you're not you're not a Gulf writer. You're not a novelist it just emerged from you in ever. Since you've been this Oracle you've been this grand old man of letters in the game you you tell shape how think about it. So are you still tickled that all these years later people are still finding this novel enjoying it? Well I I love it. I could say channel that because it was not only the first book I wrote the First Book I never tried to ride and I started it as I was turning forty and it was published in one thousand nine hundred ninety two forty seven years ago so when I was forty one so here we are now forty eight years later and it has. His Life Taught Me. I could ride so that in itself was an enormous pleasure and a big force to shape by subsequent life. I never thought of myself as a writer. My brother Was the designated writer in our family might and he had been a successful novelist and my grandfather had delivered John. Steinbeck and Salinas or you and I were both born and You know rules can get us. Signed the kids growing up and I was supposed to be a doctor and Than the more for me Thought I'd be a psychiatrist. And then got to Stanford and found myself in class on comparative religions of that led me to the philosophy and the way of life that shaped me ever since when I was nineteen and twenty but never along the way there was thought. Start writing books so anyway. When I sat down to write this book really did come in a flood. And it's Been living in me ever since I've written eight books now but that one If it were to be one of my children Children it would be among my books. It was my first child by far the most successful and I would say influential. Books are mysterious things. I like to say sometimes. Ufo's identified writing objects you W os or you are os. Son identified reading objects that can open worlds to people. And that's what's actually happened with this book with golf in the Kingdom one of the things about our shared hometown of Salinas which is just a dusty little farming community in the Central Valley known to John. Steinbeck doesn't have that much else to recommend it. It's not that far from pebble. Beach Golf links which figures prominently in my life story and and was important part of Gulf education. So tell us about your early days of playing pebble with with your brother and of course guys would haunt the Cosby Klanbake back. When he was really a big deal with Hogan snead Nelson and Bing crosby's the star in the world so is important from Stamford but it starts with your golf education before that while. That's right I mean we've had very fortunate childhoods you and I and my brother and Yes we would there be there at the crosby so I get to follow Ben Hogan around and watched him up close and personal before and after his accident. Which was in I guess January of Nineteen forty-nine so he missed that whole year in the hospital but he used to partner with Bing crosby and that was fun and Johnny Weissmuller who was the Great Olympic champion of became Tarzan. And the movies anyway. It was those great events and of course plane pebble which to this day remains by far my favorite course and it has to be. I mean there's of course in the world I think more beautiful than pebble. There are others that when you look at them would be beautiful. But to match the incredible range of moods it gets into with the shifting light the shifting fog the filaments of fog that cut across the fairways and all but anyway quyen pebble seen Some of the players in particular Hogan up close definitely was an influence on on golfing. The King wrote about it will hoge himself makes a handful of cameos in the text. Including what was it? The moved you so much about him well his magnetism on the course then he won eight out of eleven majors. He played over that period from forty eight to fifty through fifty three and he After the accident he paid just eighteen tournaments through fifty-three thickening one ten of them. He won virtually every major so he was the top of the game. He was to golf then way. Tiger Woods has been also the quality of his presence and when he would crack this out Just by the second hole at pebble for those who have been developed. Now it's then built up but there was a big field of practice in the pros as well as the onlookers. Got To sit down and watch him. Maybe there'd be hundred. Fifty people big big arena there watching him practice and it was a sight to behold because he had an immense repertoire of shots to fade to draw low high and the silence and that meant a huge impression on me and. I'm sure that as I sat down to write though I didn't plot the book or shape the book deliberately around him that influence. I'm sure was like an acorn growing into this conscious. Us of what the game could be as a kind of If you WANNA call it Yogi you can call it contemporary. You can call Chamonix even exercise golf itself is what in the eastern martial arts. Would you could call a Kata which is a series of movements. That trigger it is said are esoteric anatomy that is the complete person we are both in the flesh and in our soul are in the consciousness itself and golf swing. You could argue is an unnatural. Act It's not like running or throwing which are species learn to do and could do To survive. But you don't take a tee up a ball and hit it at the on charging tiger you know as a member of the tribe so it's an acquired skill that requires the most gypsum concentration and commitment to play it. Well and for this reason he and other reasons it evokes corresponding states of mind which can be interfered with with strong emotions whether rage or grief or sorrow which can produce by this fiendish challenge to get this small ball into this tiny hole and to go after four five hours over the course of four miles. You know. It's on the face of an absurdity. A why are we doing this? And that can occur to while playing. Why am I doing this but you do it? And you have these incredible pleasures and experiences and then as I've discovered through Responding to the book experience you have to call super-normal Mr Cool or cold. In other words the game can do that and It helps to be in a beautiful place like Pebble Beach. The you bring to this conversation. Just leaps off the page. I mean that's I think why the book is in bird because as you say it's this pursuit of ours is is maddening. It makes no sense but we do it anyway. And we were able to put a voice to having a correspondent. Brad faxon about the book and he said what I love about it is it made it okay to to speak of these things and you gave us in vocabulary to this experience at the golfers of had. But I you can get those tools so you matriculate to Stanford and as a fellow Salinas Person. I know it's not the most open minded place to Nag towns little conservative. But you have sort of a life altering experience stafford and what exactly happened well. I was so inspired by this professor. Frederic Spiegelberg he them a born and raised in Germany and Taught was teaching Stanford Comparative Religions so I got exposed to eastern philosophy and meditation contemplation than and particularly the world view of Indian philosopher. A named Sheera window who had been educated in England very elite education. His family had instructed his patrons in England never to let him speak any Indian language so he wanted to English but he was a philosopher and writer kind of a renaissance figure and developed a worldview. That's been the most basic influence on me. There are many influences of prompted me to do what I've done and of course the mystery is. Why chose this story? I could have gotten so many other directions but I consider myself very lucky. A Norman Mailer. The writer argued that every aspiring writer is given one free one by God and that was my free one and it was the first one and it in turn golf in the kingdom has shown me that this birth of new capacities is much more common than most people realize because immediately upon publication people started letting me know about their mystical experiences called experiences on golf courses. I wrote the book on some inspiration but I if you had asked me then that people would be having experiences you know immediately lawyer. New York wrote to me and was just couldn't get over this book. It helped him understand that. How on this particular occasion he'd been standing on the T. of four hundred yard and there were no players between him and his forces have been the green said he could see clear. A ball marker the size of a dime on this whole quarter of a mile away. Two of his playing partner couldn't even see the green. I got it was there. So he wondered. Is this the sort of thing you're talking about or a woman rights to me right away and says the yearbook helped me in? Because not long ago I was playing the eighteenth hole of at my Country Club as the sun was setting and when we got to the green the sun had set but it was still shining through the green and I felt that maybe this was some after glow on my is some retinal shock or something but when they went into the clubhouse who shining through the walls and it shown like that for three days and I was in an exaltation and thank you for writing the book because I found author who bite understand this experience so when you then I started getting these things. It pushed me in the direction of seeing the genius of sport to elicit this experience but not reported by sportswriters very often. You know there've been a few writers who have glimpsed this John Updike. He recognized this and Bernard Darwin. You know the great writer grandson. Charles Darwin he read the links of either down one of his short stories. I mean he certainly could see it. The mystery of golf by Arnold Hall Taint. So there's been a vein of golf writing that shows this power of the game not only to enchant but to reveal these capacities so that in turn has led me into other sports. And so I've been out to meet with coaches and players of ever since about what you would call the inner game of Sport and that Inter has led me to appreciate how prevalent it is in everyday life but not commonly discussed and recognized until recently. Thank you God for giving me go for the Kingdom as my first book.
The Zodiac Killer Pt. 2
"The Zodiac killer contacted the California press for the first time in letters to three bay area papers. He claimed he'd already murdered three people and threatened to kill more. He also included a bizarre coded message which he demanded the papers publish. The papers did with Zodiac asked and a little more than a week later. The cipher was cracked by a couple from Salinas. They revealed a chilling taunting message from the Zodiac. About how much he loved to kill at the time. The term serial killer was not widely understood but it was nonetheless clear that the Zodiac was unique and dangerous kind of criminal. He craved publicity and infamy and he would go to any lengths to get it. It was a frightening proposition but knowing the Zodiacs hunger for fame also gave authorities some valuable insight into the killer's mind. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show thanks Greg. Many people yearn for fame though not everyone actively seeks it. According to Dr Robert Fuller former president of Oberlin College. This is because power is unevenly distributed in society between. Somebody's and nobody's he writes. Nobody's are marginalized to the point of invisibility. Since humans are social creatures. Banishment carries a threat of being deprived of social and material resources critical to health and happiness and sometimes to survival itself. Fame promises an escape. This suggests that the Zodiac felt that becoming infamous would grant him power over others and would turn from a nobody to a somebody precisely the Zodiac. Was likely someone who felt marginalized in his everyday. Life seeking publicity and spreading. Panic might have made him feel more in control for a moment it looked like the Zodiac had gotten everything he desired his crimes. Were big news the talk of the nation but he was soon beaten that his own game on August eighth nineteen sixty nine the same day. His First Cypher was cracked his limelight was stolen by Charles Manson and his family after the brutal murder of five people including the pregnant actress. Sharon tate the Manson's were all the press. Could talk about. The celebrity of their victims granted the Manson family the edge over the Zodiac and this undoubtedly antagonized him to regain notoriety the Zodiac knew. He'd have to do something dramatic nearly two months later on September twenty seventh. He made his move that afternoon. Twenty Year Old Bryan Hartnell and twenty two year old. Cecelia shepard lay on a blanket by the shore of Lake Berry Sa. Brian and Cecilia had made the trip on a whim. They had previously dated but weren't together at the time under the shade of a large oak tree. They enjoyed each other's company and spoke quietly together around six PM. Cecilia noticed some movement in the trees nearby. Brian dismissed her worries. He initially assumed that another lake. Goer was relieving themselves in the woods as they were no bathrooms in the vicinity but he was wrong. Cecilia gassed as a strange man. Holding a pistol approach them from a few hundred feet away. The gun wasn't the only thing frightening about him. He wore some kind of long black hood over his face which extended down past his shoulders. On the man's chest. The symbol of guns crosshairs had been drawn the same symbol the Zodiac used to sign his letters. Neither Brian NOR CECILIA. Recognize the simple and had no idea they were face to face with a serial killer even so the gun and the outfit were more than enough to terrify. Cecilia. At around two hundred pounds and six feet he cut intimidating figure almost like a medieval executioner. Brian wasn't quite as scared as Cecilia. When the man I approached he assumed the getup was just a disguise stolen from a costume shop. Both he and Cecilia watched paralyzed as the man. Got Within seventy five feet of them when he stopped moving. Cecilia asked him what he wanted. The Stranger told them he was there to rob them and warn them against doing anything rash. Brian and Cecilia approached the man and gave him what money they had. Brian only had seventy five cents. But the stranger didn't seem too concerned. It a measured cold voice. He told Brian every little bit help then. He was quiet for a moment. It looked like the hooded man was thinking about what to say next without any provocation. He explained that he was an escaped convict from Montana. He claimed to be on the run to Mexico. Miraculously Brian was still relatively calm about the situation. He felt sure the man was only looking for their money. He hoped he could diffuse the tension by showing some kindness to the would be assailant in offered to write the check for some more money somewhat thrown by. Brian's offer the Zodiac clumsily. Refused his help at first when pressed he finally said he wanted. Brian's car keys. Brian searched for his case. Not sure if wade let them as he searched the Zodiac grew impatient and visibly anxious brain began to believe. The man was bluffing and casually asked if his gun was really loaded. The Stranger promised his gun was loaded and claimed he'd killed before then. He ordered Cecilia to Tie Brian. Up tossing her some clothes line from his pocket while she complied. Brian tried to talk to the stranger. A little more but only received a couple of terse answers the Zodiac Ben tied Sealy as hands in ordered both of them to lay face down so he could find their legs. Brian couldn't help protesting. It was getting dark around the lake and the temperature was getting lower in his mind. The Stranger had already gotten everything he wanted and couldn't understand why his legs had to be tied up the Zodiac pressed the gun into Brian's back and ordered him down again this time. Brian Obeyed and he and Cecilia late on the ground next to each other. Brian grimaced as the man hog tied him. He tried to keep a brave face for Sicilia but he was completely baffled by the situation. The stranger seemed so nervous and so careful. He didn't sound like the hardened criminal he claimed to be and yet he hadn't let down his guard throughout the encounter once the Zodiac has victims tied up. Brian's words no longer seem to have much effect when Brian asked if he was nervous. The Zodiac laughed. Brian followed up again. Asking if the gun was really loaded. The Zodiac Likely Hoping to finally terrify. His victim took the magazine out of the gun to show Brian the bullets. Then he holstered the weapon. It turned out he really hadn't been planning to shoot them instead. He'd brought a knife. Brian and Cecilia watched in horror as the hooded man. Pulled out a foot long blade from a sheath on his hips then without another word he jammed the knife into Brian's back
In "Portrait of a Lady on Fire," Love is a Work of Art
"I'll have a conversation with the brilliant Salinas. Yama who you may have seen in some of the after parties of the big parasite win on Sunday night. She is the writer director behind portrait of a lady on fire a film that is without question one of the very best S. movies that's been released so far. This year comes on February fourteenth widened theaters released by the same company that released parasite it also premiered at Cannes and was acquired acquired by neon there as well this makes an interesting duo.
Model contradicts Weinstein accuser's claims, says she 'wasn't there' when an alleged assault took place
"To women have testified for the defense in the rape and sexual assault trial of Harvey Weinstein in New York a Mexican model and actress countered testimony from another witness who claims one steam group turn a restroom at the Beverly hills hotel in twenty thirteen audio Salinas told jurors she wasn't there the Brazilian actress who lived with the woman accusing a wine scene of rape so she thought the woman and Weinstein weren't relationship at some point and had stayed friends
"Never happened": Model denies trapping Weinstein accuser
"The defense has the case in the sexual assault trial in New York City of Harvey Weinstein Mexican model and actress Claudia silliness refuted an account from one of Weinstein's accusers that Salinas closed the bathroom door at a hotel leaving the accuser alone with the former film mogul who then allegedly assaulted her Salinas told jurors the incident in twenty thirteen never happen prosecutors have accused Weinstein of raping one woman and sexually assaulting another Weinstein says all the acts were
'Never happened': Model denies trapping Weinstein accuser
"Hi Mike Rossio reporting a Mexican model testifies for the defense in Harvey Weinstein's rape trial Mexican model Klaudia Salinas testified it never happened she was countering testimony by model Lauren Marie young that Salinas closed the door as Harvey Weinstein took young into the bathroom of a Beverly hills hotel in twenty thirteen and assaulted her Selena said if I had done that I would remember that Monday was the third day for the defense case after more than two weeks of prosecution testimony in wine steams rape trial in Manhattan attorneys representing the sixty seven year old former movie mogul say no decision has been made on whether wines team will testify
"salinas" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Nancy is in Salinas California Nancy you're in the area of the show thank you so much for calling thank you so much I just wanted to give you a couple more tidbits about Orson bean I really appreciate you talking about and it seems like nobody really given him the you know given the state of tension that it deserves you know but what two things actually one is I live in near Monterey California and this is the area where a group called sons of the desert what for and you may know this already but or some being with one of the cool factor the founders of that and it has to do with honoring of laurel and hardy are you familiar I am I am okay anyway just dynamite and the last thing and I really appreciated him for years but the last thing is I think the last place that I saw him perform or do anything was a recent commercial for laundry detergent are you familiar with that that I've not seen okay it's a month it's like a middle aged couple and their sorting their laundry and you're talking about how you know everybody's moved back home that got the kids and they got you know his dad living with him too when you're sorting and sorting and all the sudden from stage left I guess comes this guy older guy in his boxer shorts and tee shirt and goes but he seemed like separately financial notice notice his story telling his jokes didn't need don't took didn't E. four letter words didn't need to drop stuff like that any anything it didn't political either no never never in I'd appreciate it if you were for but like if you're a comedian you already know that were that sentences with the word pants in them Sonny he got like maybe a lasting classic kind of a state when if you think the last thing I saw last thing I saw him in was was a one one person play he did when he went over his entire life it was just wonderful all my gosh how long ago was that I would say about two years ago yeah really it was called cyclical safe safe at home stayed at home stayed home Nancy safe at home and I'm sure it probably probably recorded summer puppy that little somewhere and it was just wonderful Nancy thank you so much for that I really do appreciate it now one more thing about the trump supporters going higher on verbal ability test on science testicular supporters I once had a bit with the German one quite a bit of money when I told him that George W. bush made better grades in college than did Al Gore is on on Al Gore who brought you know and I said Al Gore also got a D. and science why are and turns out that his Harvard professor gave him a D. in science and George W. bush made better grades in college than did Al Gore has been a lot of his time in his dorm room smoking dope which often does not improve your test transcripts but yeah and also George W. bush had a higher military aptitude test score then did John Kerry and I believe that's why John Kerry was selected to release his military aptitude scores not because of of a fear that he didn't do what he said he did in the military but because it would show that his aptitude tests aren't all that high the full speed this brainy renaissance man yeah George W. bush dumb George W. bush made better grades in college than did brainy Al Gore I wrote an article about it will put it up on the realtor dot com now how is your new year's resolution consul form talking specifically about your resolution to get out of pain and twenty twenty maybe even within just a few weeks this is exactly why Pete and set top with the father son known as a relief factor created that we we quick start and then discounted to just nineteen dollars ninety five cents or ninety five cents a day this one new year's resolution you may very likely accomplishing talking about getting out of.
Joel Smith Q&A on Sprint Training Methods and Running Biomechanics, Physical Preparation and Motor Learning Topics | Sponsored by SimpliFaster
"So the first question comes from Chris. McCormack Chris says says How have your thoughts changed on training team sports over the past one to two years? And what things you may have added to your teams. So I'll answer this from from what I've done from. Just a general perspective and really that is making a higher percentage of the total work bodyweight and making king a higher percentage of the training a little more intuition based Or unscripted at least the early part like the warm up more unscripted versus the latter portion of the workload so The My my buddy Paul cater from Selene owns the Alpha project. And Salinas. I talked with him frequently about the idea of really just a really straightforward just trying to not make athletes robots trying to give them freedom and creativity and problems to solve and being in flow in a session question. Now I think an unscripted portion of the work can definitely do that on for me. A lot of that unscripted work is in the body weight medium so crawls and and monkey bars ars and Things like you even A lot of a lot of things as well that I've learned from Dr Tommy. John Likes like various hip circles than single guard. Yells and things on one leg and lightweight body weight options done for high repetitions to really cover a basic human movement and motor patterns. Now I like to get into a lot of medicine ball work. I like to integrate a lot of games and things That I've learned for like Raith Kelly and ways to basically make sure an athlete is emotionally ready once we get to harder pro- portions of the work or not even harder but I guess more scripted more traditional more block esque versions of things One one thing I've done as well as that I've increased the relative proportion of body weight but also extreme isometric work done at the tail end of the workout. I would say. I've traded a decent chunk of traditional barbell lifting for extreme isometric work and I've seen a great pay off in terms of injury rates and decrease decrease Decreases there. I also feel like it's just. It's a good thing to to do that type of thing as well. Because I think it's good to hone your eye for movement in the body weight medium because that's what athletes compete in. So I'm always trying to do just a little bit more work there and just because it's body weight Doesn't mean that it's easy. It doesn't mean that there's not in intensity to it. That's not the case at all. If anything a lot of the body weight work should be done with the same equal intensity to I N. It's different typewriter high-priced tunneling as much but to a heavy set of lifting like bench. Press or squat. There should be everything you're doing is important in so cultivating flow through the whole workout. Whether it's whether it's a crawl whether it's a lunch whether it's a monkey bar extreme isometric or remain set of work it's all it all matters. It's all the same and it all should be done with a high expectation of movement quality and so at for me personally. Actually I I get a lot of enjoyment out of creating unscripted body. Wait based work and I often also and this is something. I'm doing more recently as I really look at how. The music cultivates that and caters to that so using using stuff that's a little bit more in the Edm or deep house. Even genres can keep that rate of work and put athletes flow better for that type of stuff and I think it's all really important especially especially to on the last thing I'll say is I definitely done more unilateral work than bilateral work. Just because it's and along on the coattails of that Cam Joss Chad Denison Denison episode. I just think that there's so much gold in just the functionality. How do we move? And when Your Trade Team Sports I we definitely have to ask ourselves. Would we rather have an extra inch. Vertical job maybe an extra cutting extra three or four hundred forty dash or would we rather have an athlete. WHO's a a little more robust and resilient I mean it's an argument that with the single versus double-leg we can also make the argument that it doesn't even matter But that's not really the point of this. I'll just say that I've Added in a little bit more single leg work throughout the year that also makes it. A higher percentage so moral of the story is bilateral. Sadula plan exercises. I still have them in there but they play a little bit less than they used to. Okay second question is from Brandon Green. He says what is your opinion or viewpoint on information that we have acquired from the Soviets or any of the former eastern bloc nations. So I think this is a good question. Just in the sense of a lot of people will say well the Soviets were using using steroids in the eastern bloc. Were it was just steroids. That was there do are creating their success so we didn't really hold their training to a higher guard. And yes obviously. These athletes were definitely masterful users of steroids. But I do think I'll just say this is I. I have like a lot of the texts. And your Dr Gorka Shanansky huge influence on me book like books like Super Training and things like that. I just have a couple things to say in one is if you look at the quality of the research that was coming out back then then in the seventies from Russia like the studies in Super Training are just awesome studies. They're they're they're very applied studies. That I don't. I think that we really do as much today because I made like the funding isn't there. We have untrained recreationally train college students not high performance athletes. Fleets doing this. And it's not it was more of a government thing back then it was a whole nation. Really trying to spearhead these efforts and so the quality of the work done it was just fantastic and then also say to to you if you look at like the technical models if you go to track and field and you look at the technical models and triple jump is one. I like in particular you look at these. I think is a Ukrainian female who has the world record but if you look at like her style it was a dairy bar has shown to me. It's a high flat high wave form. It's not the flat flat flat. And these these athletes. They're in my opinion a lot of their technical models even were superior or to what we have now or what. We think is optimal technique now and if you watch those athletes it's not just they're not just more powerful because of the steroids royds. They also had a superior technique in a system. That was behind them. So I think there's a lot more than just that so I am definitely a huge I I the Russian and Soviet stuff means a lot to me. I don't bypass it. Because of the whole steroid thing. And I know that I think we'd be naive to say that the Russians and the eastern bloc the only people using steroids in that era. So yeah I think it's certainly valuable information and I think it's good things to look at okay next one This is Citric doc over and he says what are your thoughts on the role of ankle strengthened maximizing the single leg vertical job so this is a great question Ankle Strength Frank Foot strength very important and so the man I want to say I think this goes back to angus young. Quite a few podcasts ago where he was talking about Athlete that was like blowing everybody out of the water in acceleration and counter movement jump and we came to top end speed. I think they they weren't quite as good. And one of the things that was a factor was their foot or ankle. Strength was not that great and so I do think that the foot and ankle and you could call it like a fashion. The fashion line the system it becomes more important. The faster contact times get So generally speaking it is really important. It's definitely not everything I think. A lot of times. It comes with the territory. If your feet are sensing in working properly so if my feet can sense the ground well I have good bio mechanics a lot of times. That's just gonNA come along naturally but if not a things there's a lot of things that can help we've had Chongzhou on the show talking about hyper chops even stuff office. Simple as single Eglin hops can be awesome for helping to improve that and things that I like doing. It had been leaning more toward these days in the world of motor learning as combining these things. So if you're doing some single leg vertical jumps doing some single egg line hops and making it a complex or complex thing single egg jump work with sensory work and with high rep elastic working. We're making this a combo to almost like a sandwich to to really give a full. You're feeding sensory work in your feeding activation and and Activation High Rep work him. And you're feeding the actual skill and so we're putting this on one thing. I think the output is is pretty
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"salinas" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Infections linked to romaine lettuce that came from Salinas another was an outbreak of salmonella infections link to ground beef that came out of a meat Packer the Central Valley meat company in Hanford and the third which is something I I basically I have never heard of before is hepatitis link to fresh blackberries and that is primarily in the Midwest currently distributed by a chain of stores call fresh thyme farmers market which has eleven stores which has stores in eleven Midwest states and that's for hepatitis a so there's a lot of concern about food safety now in all in these situations I I guess the one that's closest to home would be the salmonella and not the seminal about the E. coli outbreak a link to romaine lettuce which comes from Salinas and the CDC is advising that consumers not eat and retailers not sell any romaine lettuce harvested from the Salinas California growing region and most let us products have a harvest location showing where they were grown and basically if you go into your refrigerator and you find a whole package of lettuce or a salad product as well the you know the salad mixes that they sell for convenience check to see the origin and should be on there because that's part of the new rules of for food safety is a the source so if it's at Salinas you may want to toss it out or take it back to the store where you purchased it if you still have your receipt good luck on that but in a lot of situations if you're saying romaine for sale in the stores now chances are it's not from the Salinas area it's been pulled from the shelves having said that though farming in California has done a great deal to help insure food safety and there are produce safety rules now into a fact it's part of the food safety modernization acting coming up in a couple of minutes I wanted to play you a segment that we ran on the KSTP form our it was an interview with Michelle Phillips he's with the California department of food nag and she's there program supervisor for the produce safety rules just to educate you a little bit about what farmers have to go through in order to make sure their produce is safe now sometimes there are Jackson things fall through those cracks but up farmers are going out of their way spending a lot of made a money to make sure that the produce that they sell you is safe and there's more new rules happening all the time produce safety rule is one of them that was implemented this past year so we'll be talking to Michelle Phillips about that and also a little bit later on we're going to be talking about barn owls as well as don't don't discourage barn owls they're your friend especially if you live in rural areas so we'll do all that and what else I got some tips for you on on lettuce varieties that you can grow at home that I mean that's the bottom line all of this food safety alerts the safest food you could possibly have his food you grow yourself as long as you take care of it and make sure that for example your animals don't have access to it yeah all right we'll get into that a little bit later but will also be talking about the the latest in produce safety rules that are being implemented here in California as we continue with the calf Begay garden show on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. live everywhere on the I heart radio at EMI.
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"I knew I had a lot to learn because it's a different ballgame. It's a different skill to different set of. I don't know just the way that you queue everything's kind of different and I knew I had a lot to learn and so I went into into it like a sponge like I do most of those situations and always trying to be super coach -able and realizing like yeah. I don't know I can't go into this thinking. I have all the answers because I don't and I haven't done this before so i. Really listened to the feedback that I got from the executives and people were done hundreds of consumer videos and you don't have to take the feedback and they would say things like here. Let me give you an example like I remember one time. I filmed a scene and I we finished the workout. Oh end at the end. I said well guys. I really hope you enjoyed that and there were like cut okay. Let's do that again this time. Say I know you enjoyed that and I'm like Oh. They'll look. It's simple little semantic thing but you know you don't want to put doubt in their head. You don't want to say I you know. I hope you enjoy that you want to say I know you did. I'm like Oh okay. That was a good tip and then it was little things like okay so that was great you oh you cute really well but can you talk more about why you want them to go harder. Can you talk to them about fell loss. Can you talk to them about losing weight. Can you talk to them about slim thighs. Can you say tone in Salinas up saying muscle. Can you say toned. Can you say your arms looked toned. You want slim thighs. You WanNa have lean legs. Can you say lean and I was like you know. These are words..
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"NBA player Damian Lillard, excuse me. As we get a ball. Out back to San Jose. And now it's brought to Lima on the near side. Looks like at the foot skills of baby Lillard on that play. Just dribble right out of bounds there and shea Salinas was able to match his pace. And that's what made it all possible. Now offered brings us back. Marcy hausky. Quickly. Keeping that one away from coal Basset now offered stutter stepping forward. Plays it inside. Toy. Offered up to Thompson on the right wing tops and settles it now moves in wants to lead who sent right in the six his cross is deflected caught up cleared out of the eighteenth. And at this rate, you just feel it's not if but when the earthquakes will score they're coming out the Rapids in waves. Rapid seem just a bit off. Ted can't hold the ball any lengthy period of time established any possession. Throwing for the Rapids. Excuse me. A foul for the Rapids. Tommy Thompson came in a little bit hard on a touch there on coal Bassett's came in from behind player that I've actually very interesting to watch today. Young homegrown just signed on August tenth this year. Four appearances up to this point. This is a second starts as good job earthquakes forcing ball out of play Schubert did not have much to do. Right in his face. You know, how you have the towel to calicoes out there. But really the spacing is just all wrong. And that just happens when players aren't with each other. It's not consistent the lineup. Wrapped up a lot of work to do. Here's offer trying to lob lobby in for Thompson, the past just a little high and behind rabbi Howard, and he'll roll this out Jack price. And now this is going to be played to the outside back along this back line. According Ford decides to come back to Howard. Declan wind getting a touch. Quake's keeping the press on the force a turnover. Basset now, weeding Ford and then out wide. Back inside. Now, here's one for Gashi. Fighting with Al falter. Awful able to take it away. And now a little bit of footwork there from shea Salinas Thompson. Jackson, you'll leading Salinas on the left wing Salinas asked to slow it down. He cuts inside finds one the Lao. Ski back to goal gives it. From Thomson to your outside Salinas. Salinas wants to lift one in. It's rejected. And now it's caught up by anabol- delay left to the circle and the Colorado half comes nearside Nick Lima Calvi owe backed up to Oxford. Calvia? Stutter step forward. Fakes outside comes in redirects plays. A back to awkward behind the center line into the circle Jackson. You'll turn into the outside fighting shea Salinas. And your quakes playing the possession game right now. You'll through the back of the circle in the quake Safin's Oxford. He's got a little bit of space brings it out onto the right touchline Lima wave fighting right of the eighteen spins three sixty as he puts the moves on and crosses one in. But who sin couldn't get their good? Toy misses. The rebound. Has that ball came out of the eighteen it's picked up by Gashi? And now. Hard. No, no foul there on. Tommy thompson. Moving it on Hairston. Go was also taking a look as well. And now the earthquakes holding on maintaining this possession. Ten minutes. Oxford. Falter? Back outside to Oxford now, Nick Lima. Waiver flat pass almost taken away but anti able to race to the ball. And now, here's Thompson in Salinas. Left side into Hoosen tries to give it back to Salinas but pass interrupted backout controlled now by analog. Jackson. You'll gets it left of center. Plays out to the far touchline attacking third. Shea salinas. A couple of steps inside fakes right comes left left elbow. Tommy thompson. Doesn't about-face backs. It up. Now, you'll lifts what in wants Lima Lima. Putting one up into the air, man. This'll be last by Colorado. San Jose earning another corner and the pressure on Tim, Howard gel and take a second just to talk about Tim Howard the career. He's had. I mean, I don't think I can do it a second especially for this corner kick, but just a guy with a huge career are roic World Cup game that really just, you know, his place in history. Calvillo again with the service, south end, the right of power this time eleven th minute. Look for one allows gay and he can't get there in time knocked out of play. This will stay with San Jose. We heard that from JT March Cousy Joe I mean, he said this was like going on the field and competing with an idol. Well, it's it's like anyone lining up next Joe Montana back during the twilight of his career guy. That's really done everything seen everything. Unaggressive player and someone that not only just dealt with. His his own personal adversity with Toronto a guy. That's just everything is career. Whether it's through man, you at Everton he was there for so long and a guy that really almost in a way saying thank you to Major League Soccer for starting his career. He's coming back to finish it and just a really good guy, a great competitor. And I have nothing but good things to say about Tim Howard to allow ski edge of the attacking third fights through traffic plays it out wide to Lima Lima right of the eighteen racing towards the byline. His cross is going to be deflected out for another corner for San Jose. And like you alluded to a couple of minutes ago. Joe it really does feel like a goal is on the way for San Jose while there's really nothing to play for the Rapids. And so for them. It's been a very frustrating. You're although they are coming off a two zero win. Felt it was very similar to this one Minnesota having a lion's share of possession. So you do have to watch out. What do you want in not in the vicinity of any quakes Shubert or headed at Dow? But it goes to Thompson who gets it back wide to Cal. He tries to play it in knocked out of play. I believe that was price knocked it out. And it's crazy. You see some coaches they'll put their tire team in the box with a corner against the Rapids leave three upfront. Just say, hey, we're looking for the counter off this corner. Kick a very aggressive mindset. Calvia off the right, elbow, boys. One of the top of the circle and Francois falter guy notice that what skeleton. Gotcha. On the first one just roaring back. Here's an ice diagonal. Tommy Thompson that he lays in Calvi shirts say from Howard kinda flex and Howard. Some Al kept the presence of mind to get a hand out there and not that ball away. But it's turned back over Salinas valuable up to the eighteen it on Hairston. You'll pass is rejected a picked up by Salinas. He crosses Calcio. Can't get their foreheads it out. Then gosh, she gets it out of the area and Colorado some L handling all these threats from San Jose here in the early goings. Wall out of play back to San Jose. And again, the match up between Tim Howard and JT Marson Caskey opposite ends of the spectrum. Four two goalkeepers goalkeeper spotlight. Brought to you by local UA three nine three we build it. Right. The first time. Lima gets a touch the defensive MVP for San Jose inside Al passing wanna Lima right of the eighteen cross toxic can't set it down. And then it's out of the eighteen fighting for the possession was Antaboga, but cannot control. It's as now we see calendar Costa come down with it. And now we see the Rapids. Just try to calm things down. Well, they need to kick ball valves, if they're going to do that because they just now they're starting to establish a bit more possession. It's difficult when you don't have the ball. Lineups inconsistent tat. It's so hard to get that chemistry. And so now, we see Bassett and Courtney Ford you really just get the feeling that all eleven earthquakes are really just working for Chris wand allow skis opportunity. Here's an on side Hairston right of the eighteen marked. By salinas. This is backed up. Now played centrally Bassett getting a touch..
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"The all or nothing mindset this episode of the salinas show is for you walk into the show show jelena's it neared ties bestselling author celebrity fitness trainer obsessed with helping you lift your dream life this episode could be about diet it could be about marriage it could be by your friendships it could be about cleaning house it could be about your goals your business it doesn't matter it's something that all of us struggle with at least in some area and it's this really negative fortunately on useful way of thinking that i like to call the all or nothing mindset when you have an all or nothing mind said it sounds great on paper right i mean it's grandiose why because we all wanna put forth our best effort go bigger go home you do a writer don't do it at all these are noble thoughts their powerful they gifts pumped up you know it's motivating to think of ourselves in terms of like the all but what's the alternative to all it's nothing and when is something that you want something that you desire right something that you would actually think in terms of like okay it's all or nothing when will the be okay to have nothing when it'd be better to have nothing versus just something i mean the all or nothing mindset is not serving you and i'm going to start with diet because this is where i think most people look we all have areas of our life where we think in terms of all or nothing but it's pretty common for most people when it comes to their diet and nutrition and sometimes your fitness to it's this mindset of like well okay i'm going to be really quote unquote good on the eat healthy i'm going to do things right i'm going to exercise five days this week and i'm going to go really hard in then when we miss a couple of days we mess up we have a few meals or not exactly proud of ourselves what we decide as well or i will if if i'm.
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"Deal round the nfl podcasts remember went charisma salinas made welcome back to another dozen heavily rally out of el podcast my name is then hands us and i am joined by filled with heroes eating even box s ler chris wesseling and greg rosenthal what's up boys dan was back back in the chair feels good and bad had a cough trump i'm trying to chew it up so i can so i can speak correctly that's goodwill the do um worse were obviously were thrilled to have you first sunday show of the season for west the first of many we hope you until the audience how you do and everything's gone we'll start how's a rough week i started came on monday and with sick for a couple of days have my moss my voice again due to a couple procedures put got that fixed on friday feeling better about the chemo last few days and i think if i can start gaining weight and get used to the chemo meds than uh than it's all so in the downhill side from now on just scooting scooting downhill i think you described herself as having a bill clinton ask voice which i think is that's that's not a bad clown like bill clinton does a lot of women out there that enjoyed that voices we learned throughout the clinton administration i are i 10 true it's absolutely true to take something from bill clinton the voice has not bad airport so west is with us here the this is our week five recap episode the flagship show of the around the podcast presented of course by head and shoulders i it head and shoulders shampoo and conditioner.
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"Of the earthquakes all night long did a cutting down his near side with shea salinas put the utilize copy sarkozy of the ball starts up said with jackson your right here raping painting the entire picture of the pitch and onenothing earthquakes him that's the biggest overseas and so far ten exactly what san jose needed and what we've seen in the past joe is maybe a little bit of a calming following a gold from san jose and knowing what the standings are tonight as we hear the fancier tobias start to get back into it this is what name need to put another one on the board before the end of the hackers blood in the water right now it's the biggest game in a year as i say this wacko and salinas caused great turnover klockow flexing past people in drawing the foul but this is one of those moments where they are in control i agree with you tattered widow they have to just continue to be on the front foot cue to dynamo now has to ask themselves a lot of questions you know they were in a situation like this last week where they knew they had to get the whole widow against colorado and get a goal it could it do it so what is their confidence like as a collectively as a you that right now for the earthquakes they have to play safely back could cheerleader possess the ball but nothing stupid don't give the dynamo any kind of opportunities anywhere near your goal baked delivered something all their chances dynamo at garcia to martinez to the outside bela garza bela guards offended by baagoe bags empty garcia garcia was his one applicable kyoto we can't control that one with a little help from apple to explain back qatar bell grunts off with six rats it one nothing san jose thirty six minutes biggest game of the year if the earthquakes the houston two nights they would be above de redline regardless of what happened in the game with dallas which i have not seen updated swore on joe so we are in the blind for how as the dynamo draw fouls which i i don't like that call right there is a will bring a yellow cody again i feel that's almost the exact same spot as the other software suicide jobs while he carefully pole toro's down who had bid on in his professional foul he had a jew it mildly could serve was sometimes.
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"To to salinas game last week that was i mean on a when they were crying nine was gonna but i needed like a listen listen to your podcast from friday and i will into his role of you people but i was all areas how is also i mean freaking out by how great what was weird because when saturday people who listen six days beer lead banking me to salinas penis is not the same hey i would do you'll some here but a you're not around so i mean you're a laughs when it's true what it's real because you take a lot but when taming otters and when oh every three it infectious and then you wieters and that was really hillary i have a really good timeline friday now it's fine so the guy it's what we do but yeah so that got really got people going and and yes i stole i agree i still mailed it you know the cool part is about the last guy who called in friday in frozen look good listen friday i'm not going to throw you know what i'm talking about because it's on you to listen every day i must be yeah i have to this is that this isn't an option stuff to listen you must all three ehlers oh and night got but they did the last guy really did you know it was like the best cold older computer you're going to be sure to go too bad not as good when between with said deftly think surprise that you're in the business put one three oh our than her actually i i showed gabby the play back of that segment what what i said to you haven't you're going to job in radio should look to be like i was a jerk well hello photo agree.