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"sam burnett" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This very, very intriguing. Talk with the co owner of the Chicago Dogs. Baseball team will talk about grilling and spices with it being the Fourth of July weekend at Awesome, Really good information. I'm hoping we're going to get I've got a very, very cool story to share with you. It's a really a great American success story. And I think when you hear this story you're gonna call. Oh, wow. That is so cool. We're going to hear from the founder of a very cool brewery as well. They've got a great theme, and we're going to talk about holiday movies so kind of something for everyone. Really appreciate you being here. Some things that happened on this date in history in 1969. Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones was found dead at the age of 27. He was discovered motionless. At the bottom of his swimming pool at Catch Furred Farm in England. It was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital at the age of 27 a drowning, according to the coroner's report. They later changed that. To death by misadventure, noting his liver and heart were enlarged by drug and alcohol abuse. It was on this date in 1971 as well that Jim Morrison was found dead in the bathtub of his Paris apartment, apparently of heart failure, becoming another member of the notorious 27. Club. Those who died at the age of 27. French officials found no official evidence of foul play, and no autopsy was performed. In 2000 and seven. The story gets more interesting because Paris Club owner Sam Burnett published a book claiming that Morrison died of a heroin overdose at his nightclub and was carried back to his apartment placed in the bathtub to cover up the real reason for his death. So we wanted to get those things out of the way there. Not negative, but kind of big names that died on this day. Members of the 27 club, I'm gonna lighten things up. It is also American redneck Day. This is true. I'm not making this up. The term basically applied to those living in the South. Characterized as an educated truck driving uber patriotic gun owning backward. Some were labeled as other things as well that we are not going to get into, but it is actually a physical. The pilot, it's a definite thing. American redneck date. You have to mention Jack Jeff Foxworthy. When we talk about that, who made a good living off of the phrase? You might be a redneck if Can't forget about him. All right, so we're going to talk to a couple podcasters next as we get things going here at 7 20 w g. N.
"sam burnett" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"You a job. Money back guarantee if you want to go to work. Emily called Tin Box from the Drug Policy Alliance of 33 30 Today, Dr Eileen Barrett from University of New Mexico. Hospital or I guess, officially the health sciences center. We'll be on the show. Anything we can do for you. Shoot me An email Richard at Santa fe dot com. Alright, according to the Albuquerque Journal over the weekend, the developer of the midtown campus which you know has broken out for the cities. Was us. It was not them something like that. Katie see real estate development out of Dallas. Said in a report to the city that a number of the buildings on the midtown campus needed to be leveled. To be raised horned down. Thailand reporting for the journal North on Saturday. That they determined that at least 13 buildings. Needed to come down. Due to that lack of value on the 64 acre campus, some buildings would likely have to be removed. Ktc Sienna recommended the city demolished to me 17, not $13.17 buildings on the campus. While preserving eight. For future use. Report says quote. Remaining buildings that will not be preserved. We'll need to be demolished to reduce the city's holding cost and liabilities. Among the buildings recommended to be turned down. We're all of the dorms, residence halls. And many of the education the classroom buildings used in years past. Midtown campus, previously served his home of College of Santa Fe until 2009 and University of art design until 2018. Many of the buildings were constructed in the early 19 sixties. And very few had undergone any renovation. 13 buildings were classified as being an either poor or bad condition. And one Luke Hall. Classified as Dangerous. Sam. We're not Sam Burnett's Give me Property maintenance manager for the city said two buildings are currently condemned. He also said poor condition doesn't mean the buildings aren't functional. In some cases, he said, the real bill Tae shin of the buildings makes him The cast would make a not economically feasible. And therefore they're classified as poor. Now, Mr Burnett says everything is perfectly functional and well maintained. Comes down to that cost benefit equation. That the condition of the building doesn't make it viable for rehabilitation. Some buildings such as the residence halls, he said, are difficult to reconfigure for commercial purposes. So it might be considered more advantageous just to turn down. 80 CCN estimated demolition of the buildings to cost a half a million dollars. And remediation. Another $1 million. So that was news to me. I didn't realize have been over there a long time actually did not realize the campus was in such bad condition. You know, we'd heard that you know maintenance was a problem and And that Some of the buildings were in poor condition, but I didn't realize it was quite That bad. 505424 12 60 30 minutes after one o'clock. Well into the 60 days session. Lots to talk about. Talk. 12 61 37, Katie, Years 30 minutes after one. Be right back..
"sam burnett" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Expedite this process. To deliver the more more of these vaccines, tomb or Angelinos who need it sooner. And we're making progress. Earlier this week Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles was opened as a vaccination center. Isis is claiming responsibility for a pair of suicide bombings in Iraq that left more than 30. People dead. Dozens were wounded. Occurred in central Baghdad. This is NPR news live from KQED New Brian what Google is courting more public controversy over its internal crackdown on its artificial intelligence ethics team, KQED Sam Harnett explains. The AI ethics team was established to investigate things like potential bias and image recognition software or search algorithms that Google in December co leader of the team Tim that get, Bruce said she was fired after criticizing Google's hiring practices and technological biases. Google spokespeople say get brew left after a disagreement over a research paper. Now Google is investigating another team member, Margaret Mitchell, and has blocked her access to corporate accounts in a statement, Google Road that they're automated systems Detective Mitchell had quote, expatriated thousands of files and shared them with multiple external accounts. Mitchell has been publicly critical over what happened to our colleague get broom, and she's a member of the new Alphabet Workers Union, which issued a statement of concern. I'm Sam Burnett. KQED news. U. C. Santa Cruz graduate student who participated in the Wildcat strike. The ending higher wages last year isn't so well Police Department in the suit filed last week PhD students, Sabrina Mirazi alleges officer struck her repeatedly with during the strike. Her lawyer, Rachel Letterman, says Shirazi was targeted based on her race. In her immediate vicinity. She was surrounded by white folks, and she was the only person that was treated this way. Letterman says No one else was injured that day, and she wants police to release the names of the officers involved, UC Santa Cruz spokesperson said spokesperson said the university does not believe Cher Aziz account is accurate. But it will address the allegations in the course of the litigation. I'm Brian What? KQED news. Support comes from Bridge Bank division of Western Alliance Bank offering flexible financial solutions to the technology and life sciences communities. Support for KQED comes from a generous gift from Yang Trim, and Maria Manetti shrimp founders of the Manetti Shrimp Museum of Art at U. C. Davis, who believed that all people deserve access to education and culture to enrich a lifetime of exploration and learning. When 83 year old Sergio goes undercover inside a retirement home, he finds himself struggling to balance his assignment and his increasing involvement with the other residents. Watch P O..
"sam burnett" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Not good enough. Several counties said they've heard of vaccine hesitancy in a few frontline health care workers, but that may be changing. Registered nurse Jameel Kaba Coonan cares for covert patients at UCSF. A month ago, she was about 50 50 for getting the shot. Now that she's learned more, she plans to get vaccinated. You know, I'm here to care for people. I would rather be the nurse and the patient, you know, she says, another thing that changed her thinking the current surge. It's worse than any time during the pandemic. I'm Polly striker. KQED news. California has extended the deadline for small businesses to apply for covert relief grants. State officials announced yesterday that the deadline has been pushed from this Friday to January. 13th. The state has made a total of half a billion dollars available to small businesses, the nonprofits hurt by the pandemic. Taken request grants ranging from $5000 to $25,000. The Newsome administration says so many businesses were trying to complete the online application. The program's website was strained and some may have had trouble getting an application. Google says it does not recognize the union more than 200. Workers at Alphabet, the parent company of Google have announced they're forming KQED Sam Harnett reports. Worker activism that Google has been growing over issues like contracts with the military and the firing of employees who've spoken out in 18 22,000 workers walked out to protest sexual harassment, lack of diversity in the second class status of temps and contractors, which account for over half the company's workers. Engineer Alexander Peterson is one of the union organizer's We really want to save alphabet from itself. Stop it from becoming just another one of Thies huge, inhuman, faceless entities that just bulldozes humanity for the sake of profit in the statement, Google did not recognize the union, which includes contractors and service workers, along with programmers. The union's 200 members is only a tiny fraction of the company's 260,000 Some odd workers. I'm Sam Burnett, KQED news and I'm Brian Want in Oakland, There's more at kqed dot organ. Support today comes from Bridge Bank, a division of Western Alliance bank, offering flexible financial solutions to the technology and life sciences communities. On morning edition. Many states are struggling to administer the doses of Corona virus vaccines They already have. We'll have an update on the rollout. Next time on the world. We're in Sudan, which.
Uber, Gig Companies Seek Labor Deals to Avoid Workers Becoming Employees
"For the Supreme Supreme Court Court attorney attorney general general and and Legislature Legislature all all agree agree that that there's there's one one accurate accurate term term forgive forgive workers workers employees, employees, a a term term that that guarantees guarantees benefits benefits and and protections. protections. Good Good companies companies spent spent over $200 million on Proposition 22, which legalizes a new sub employee category. There's limited benefits, but the company's still controls how the workers work and how they get paid. Here's uber CEO Dara Couser Shah He our proposal is essentially what we call an independent contractor. Bus model gig work of cross model, the independent contractor plus Well, Sam Walton and Wal Mart mainstream fancy titles for low paid employees get companies like Lifton uber have succeeded in writing their terms for for workers workers into into labor labor law. law. I'm I'm Sam Sam Burnett Burnett Security Security News. News.