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Fresh update on "san francisco bay" discussed on Vegas Never Sleeps
"Policy points, availability. President Trump wore a mask while visiting wounded members at Walter Reed National Military Center in Maryland. He was seen wearing official covering while walking with staff who also were wearing protection amid the Corona virus pandemic. The president also briefly wore a mask while visiting Ford Motor Company in Michigan in May. But this is the first time that he's actually been photographed wearing official covering. President listen to the stories of the soldiers answered the questions and thank them for their bravery and told them that he loved them. The president was also accompanied by Mark Meadows, White House chief of staff. The price of gas is continuing to creep back upward industry analyst Trilby Lundberg cents in the past two weeks. The new average for regular is 24. It's been 31 cents jump over 11 weeks. The lowest average price was in Houston, Texas. The highest was in the San Francisco Bay area..
Fresh update on "san francisco bay" discussed on Sports Talk with Ron Cameron
"I'm Jeremy House President Trump is calling for new guidance from federal health officials to reopen the nation's school buildings. Many school leaders say they're sticking with their plans. The Trump Administration want schools to fully reopen this fall. You'll price analyst Trilby Lundberg says. The average pump price for regular great gasoline edged up two cents over the past two weeks to $2.24 on rising crude oil prices in a couple of other factors national which must be blended into gasoline, ethanol prices. Rose in the same period and even a weaker dollar made some contribution to the higher crude oil price. The highest average price in the nation for regular grade gases. $3.20 per gallon in the San Francisco Bay area, but lowest averages of dollars 79 in Houston. 11 people have been treated for minor injuries after an explosion and fire today on board a ship at Naval Base. San Diego, The place was called in on the USS Bonhomme Rashard. The cause is under investigation. Britain and China's ties. Air cooling swiftly With debate over Wall Way in Hong Kong Only five years ago, then British Prime Minister David Cameron was celebrating a golden era. In Britain. Sino relations bonding with President Shi Jin bring over a pint of beer and signing off trade deals worth billions. Those friendly scenes now seem like a distant memory. Hostile rhetoric has ratcheted up in recent days of Beijing's new security law. Hong KONG Britain's decision to offer refuge to millions in the former Conley was met with a stern telling off And Chinese officials have threatened consequences if Britain decides to cut Chinese technology giant wild way out of its critical telecoms infrastructure. Charles the lede asthma London An.
Fearless grandmothers stand up for young climate activists
"Climate activists have attracted national attention, but in the San Francisco Bay Area A group of older women sometimes joins them on the front lines. They call themselves the Society of fearless grandmothers and founder Penny Opel. Plant says their job is to make sure that young people stay safe. Older women have a special role in these non violent direct actions and marches. We're not afraid to put ourselves between law enforcement, and all of the younger people behind us. For example before the thousand eighteen global climate action summit, the grams block streets while protesters painted a giant mural depicting a range of climate solutions, and it is very effective because law enforcement are always a little bit surprised at seeing grandmothers, blockading streets and our police liaisons were all trained in how to talk to them in a good way in a elder respected kind loving way, she says the women feel passionate about addressing climate change and creating a safer world for their grandchildren. We have to do everything we can to protect future generations in the entire system of
"You Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries, I'm your host Kit Chrome today to get us in the mood of haunted ghost towns that we're going to be talking about later in the we thought I'd cover a couple former military basis that were active during and slightly after world. War Two, but the two I found were six hundred fifty miles apart in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, two Tillamook Bay, Oregon was prepared for Submarine Attack Naval Air. Station, as it was called, was the base. Base for squadrons E. P. Thirty three and housed eight K class blimps that carried a crew of ten and dozens of depth charges. They were stored in an all wood, the hanger get this one thousand seventy two feet long two hundred ninety six feet, wide, one hundred ninety two feet high, that took thirty three million board feet of lumber to build originally the basis, one thousand six hundred acres held over sixty buildings, but as of today only thirty five or left standing. In a heavily wooded area paths lead to five separate ammunition bunkers, and the basis littered with dozens of locomotives left rusty on their tracks. There are several aircraft and radar bunkers. Also, it was nineteen forty eight when the base was decommissioned in our story really begins. The two huge hangars were filled with warplanes hanger a contained T. B.. M. Grumman Avenger torpedo boats Henry. Be stored. S. B. TO C. Hell diver dive bombers, five hundred planes in all being made ready for A. A last flight to the Aircraft Cemetery Arizona Robert. smedley was flying a hell diver to San Diego when bad weather said in when he turned back, a group of loggers saw the planes circling under low cloud cover just before the crash, wreckage of the plane was scattered over two hundred yard radius among the wreckage was copy of a Western Union note he'd sent to his wife just days before coming home soon, it said loud Bob People visiting the old base of reported seen. Seen a man dressed in a typical world war, two flight suit wandering among the wreckage, one visitor walked up to a Russian plane complete with a pilot and thought it was part of an act Robert. smedley left behind a wife and three-year-old daughter, and it's believed by local residents claim to have seen. The ghost is probably the spirit of Robert. Smedley, trying to find his way home now travel last six hundred fifty miles. I mentioned to San. Francisco's old hunters point shipyard originally. Originally built on six hundred thirty eight acres of Waterfront. Our story began so the dawn of July first nineteen, forty six, when the able day atomic airburst over tiny Bikini atoll took place over one hundred US military ships surrounded the island of all the vessels. It was light aircraft carrier. US Independence that the government decided to toe into hunters point shipyard intent on finding a way to decontaminate it. They also wanted to determine the potency of the radioactive contamination I. They tried sandblasting. We're left with tons of radioactive sand that had to be packed in of dump some thirty miles off the San Francisco coast next they brought in cats and dogs monitor effects radioactive poisoning on them, then placing the dead contaminated animals into barrels to be dumped into the Pacific. Finally, prisoner volunteers from nearby San Quentin prison were made to clean the ship when they died. You can only guess what happened to their remains. But that's ancient history, the grounds that made up the old shipyard or be decontaminated as soldier real estate investors, one investor reported that when crews were brought out to transient build foundations for his apartment complexes. They stopped short when they approached the side, it was overrun by cats and dogs, and a group of men, wearing vintage prisoner uniforms shuttle days later they were brought in again and found the lots and question deserted. Could the animals have been the spirits of the cats and dogs sacrificed and all those years ago, and what about the group of men were they go? So the volunteers as note of interest the US US independence began to sink before being decontaminated and. And was towed three hundred twenty eight miles out to sea at skull. At least that's what the navy says, but the Ocean Exploration Trust discovered the independence twenty eight miles west of San Francisco Bay and slightly cell of the fair alone
"Standing above the angle. Bright Damn A army corps US Army Corps of Engineers Dam on the main stem of the river. Where is that though in Nevada county? We're about halfway between Tahoe. And Sacramento. A little north of that would not actually in Nevada. Nope we're in the state of California and we are standing right between Nevada County and Yuba County and we're standing on the beautiful Yuba River which flows down to the feather. And then the Sacramento from there down into the San Francisco Bay in the ocean. So you were a county board of Supervisors member when you first came here. Tell us about your first experience with this. Damn down a few different times over my life had been here my whole life. It was built and commissioned in nineteen forty seven by the Army Corps of Engineers so that people could resume hydraulic mining blocks hundreds of miles of potential fish passage for fish. Come from the ocean and go up into the high sierra to lay their eggs so when I first came to the damn understanding that the state of California had targeted this spot em federal government as maybe the best place to restore passage at the very first meeting we went to the. Us Geological Survey stood up and said you can't do anything to that. Damn until you look at the material behind it is holding back a whole bunch of mercury and that was the very first time I had ever heard anything about mercury and the state of California and its role in the goal rush. Or how long have you lived in this part of the world? My family came to California as part of the Gold Rush. We were quakers. Escaping the east coast. Ten violent religious oppression moved out to become farmers I was raised in Concord California on that form and in one thousand nine hundred five. I married a farmer and we moved to Nevada county beautiful organic farm in a place called Penn Valley. Tell us about this county and just its history and the gold rush because it is a lot of history here. Nevada county was ground zero of the California Gold Rush. Far More gold was taken out of this county and specifically this river that we're standing above than any other place in the state of California. It's where the very destructive technique called hydraulic mining which is using power water monitors to to scrub mountainside. Looking for gold is where that was invented. They started to dam the rivers and convey that water over to these huge hydraulic mining activities. Which were recovering thousands of of gold but millions of tons of sediment not material here from Nevada county rolled down the river and kept flooding the Sacramento Valley and eventually the farmers downstream who are really tired of having their houses filled with all this debris sued and stopped the activity known as hydraulic mining. Was the connection between Mercury and gold. Tell us how that process works. Everybody came to understand that the very dramatic impact of hydraulic mining because it was blowing these huge amounts of sediment down the river. But people didn't understand. Was that before they use. Those hydraulic monitors. They would treat the cliffs with Mercury Mercury on the cliff. Pound the cliffs with water the water to wash down into sluices and in those sluice boxes were also filled with mercury. Why did they use mercury keep? Mercury helped enhance called processing. It has a unique ability to amalgamate or hold the gold. So little tiny flecks of gold. That might be smaller than an eyelash would fall into the pan. But they're just wash out unless they were captured by mercury. Mercury would grab the gold. Make it heavy fall to the bottom of the sluice. When they turn the water off. Miners would come through and suck that mercury out of the bottom of the sluice they would take the mercury put it in a hot place they would call retort it like think of a hot iron frying pan and the mercury sort of melting off the top or or training into gas off the top and at the bottom of your pan. You'd have sparkling gold. The problem is curious. Mercury is a very dangerous neuro toxin. And it's dangerous in a variety of ways so badly that the United Nations World Health Organization Amnesty of California have both named it. The top bioaccumulative toxic material of concern. Mercury is a neuro toxin. It affects the developmental human being so our ability to deform our nerves are heart or lungs. Our brains it creates Serious birth defects and people have focused on that for many many years but as research has been done we learn that it continues to damage us as adults. It seems to be causing problems with our hearts with our lungs and with our various different organs which accumulate mercury. So it's a known neuro toxin and that's strike one against it strike to is it bioaccumulates in our body. It doesn't really easily leave our bodies many of the things we take in. Let's take alcohol. You drink it and two days later. It's all out of your body not so with Mercury it stores itself in your body and builds up over time strike. Three is that this material does. What's called bio magnifies in the environment? So the most dangerous place for a piece of mercury to be is in water particularly in warm water. Mercury is taken up by the little bugs at the bottom of the food chain. They eat a little bit of it. It transfers up to the bigger bugs and then the bigger bugs and then the fish and then the humans or as we watch here today. The waterbirds that are flying around might pick up. Officiant eat it. They are eating a highly toxic potent load of mercury so much so that the lake. We're looking here like Anglo. Bright has fish advisories on it that advice that a woman of childbearing age eat not a single bass out of this lake fish mornings. I run along this Anchorman River. There will along the Sacramento. And then you go down to San Francisco Bay. The same warnings that so it's in fact the entire ecosystem. The mercury that is in the Delta is entirely from these legacy minds in the areas. We are the gold mines and sadly for California. We had a unique geology which led us have mercury in our state as well. The coastal range has the mercury minds. Whether it's the ones down in San Jose or the ones Tamales Bay or up over on the clear lake there are serious old legacy mercury minds which are contaminating the coastal range and the tributaries that drain from there into the bay or into the ocean where we are everywhere. There was gold mining. They use this mercury not only for the the hydraulic mining but also for the hard rock mines which dominated the landscapes for one hundred years and all of those continue to leak mercury into the state of California water bodies every time it rains
"Since one thousand nine hundred sixty. California has officially been known as the Golden State. And that's because as the plaque reads California's development and remarkable prosperity began with the discovery of gold humanities. Love of gold is fairly bizarre of all the hundred and eighteen elements in the periodic table. Gold is the only one which we humans have always gravitated towards gold was used earliest currencies. Gold joined us in marriage and was used to produce most precious artifacts. Maybe the secret to our love of gold is simply that it's beautiful and never tarnishes in eighteen. Fifty-three my father's great grandfather Henry. Cohn traveled from a tiny stelle. In what is now Poland to Hamburg where he boarded a boat and six months later. After walking across the isthmus of Panama Henry ended up in San Francisco. Henry Cohn was part of the Goldrush the largest mass migration in American history bringing about three hundred thousand people to California. It all started in eighteen. Forty eight when James Marshall found gold in his piece of land at Sada's mill in Coloma. The News of gold quickly spread around the world. At first the gold could be picked up from the ground but later on it was recovered from the streams and rivers with the use of panned. The gold rush peaked in eighteen fifty. Two and after that the Gold Rassoul getting thinner and harder to reach soon largescale and more environmentally damaging methods of traction cold hydraulic mining were employed. One hundred and seventy years later on the environmental legacy of the gold rush a significant and yet acknowledged as we'll discover in today's episode mercury which is a deadly neurotoxin was elemental to the process of gold-mining today large quantities of mercury from the gold. Russia's still polluting California posing a risk to every kind of living organism including us. I travel up to California's gold country to meet with Izzy Mountain. Izzy is a community organizer and environmental advocate with over forty years of experience working in rural communities to economic and environmental justice. She is what with a wide variety of constituencies from tribal leaders to Maynas and from farmers to forest is is. He first entered local politics. Nevada County Planning Commission at during the nineteen ninety s and later while serving on the Nevada County Board of supervisors. Miss Martin led the fight to put the South Yuba river into the state. Wild and scenic river program is he became. Ceo The Sierra Fund Sixteen years ago she conceived of and led the effort that resulted in the publication of the Sierra Funds. I report on the impact of the Goldrush mining's toxic legacy and has worked for the last decade to bring attention to golds dark shadow on a very hot day. Is Ian. I climb to the top of a damn standing above the angle. Bright Damn A army corps US Army Corps of Engineers Dam on the main stem of the river. Where is that though in Nevada county? We're about halfway between Tahoe. And Sacramento. A little north of that would not actually in Nevada. Nope we're in the state of California and we are standing right between Nevada County and Yuba County and we're standing on the beautiful Yuba River which flows down to the feather. And then the Sacramento from there down into the San Francisco Bay in the ocean. So you were a county board of Supervisors member when you first came here. Tell us about your first experience with this. Damn down a few different times over my life had been here my whole life. It was built and commissioned in nineteen forty seven by the Army Corps of Engineers so that people could resume hydraulic mining blocks hundreds of miles of potential fish passage for fish. Come from the ocean and go up into the high sierra to lay their eggs so when I first came to the damn understanding that the state of California had targeted this spot em federal government as maybe the best place to restore passage at the very first meeting we went to the. Us Geological Survey stood up and said you can't do anything to that. Damn until you look at the material behind it is holding back a whole bunch of mercury and that was the very first time I had ever heard anything about mercury and the state of California and its role in the goal rush. Or how long have you lived in this part of the world? My family came to California as part of the Gold Rush. We were quakers. Escaping the east coast. Ten violent religious oppression moved out to become farmers I was raised in Concord California on that form and in one thousand nine hundred five. I married a farmer and we moved to Nevada county beautiful organic farm in a place called Penn Valley. Tell us about this county and just its history and the gold rush because it is a lot of history here. Nevada county was ground zero of the California Gold Rush. Far More gold was taken out of this county and specifically this river that we're standing above than any other place in the state of California. It's where the very destructive technique called hydraulic mining which is using power water monitors to to scrub mountainside. Looking for gold is where that was invented. They started to dam the rivers and convey that water over to these huge hydraulic mining activities. Which were recovering thousands of of gold but millions of tons of sediment not material here from Nevada county rolled down the river and kept flooding the Sacramento Valley and eventually the farmers downstream who are really tired of having their houses filled with all this debris sued and stopped the activity known as hydraulic mining.
"Welcome to episode two of Cap Task. Today is the twenty ninth of May Two thousand twenty. Here is your up to the news from around the Sport Surfing Media Music. You name it news. I up Joe with what's going on in the surf line all. There's a lot of things going on in Surpli- Big notable ones is summer. Season is upon us here so I am always a big advocate. Coastal Athlete Paranthan Swim near lifeguards and guarded and protected areas. Be Smart about where you're going out and the big thing that I have a lot of press about and I've really been excited about that started. With the south there is about rip currents in getting pulled out and recurrence getting caught recurrence. Kind of how to identify them what they look like on shore from above how to keep yourself safe in them so. I don't gain. Do you know much about riptides or recurrence at all. When I was a child I got caught in one in a lifeguard ring to be real real good for it so I know like to. I'd like it's hard me so like I'm afraid of them now. All I know. Oh does that kind of explained your ocean experienced to be thrown away. I've had plenty of scarring ocean. Sounds were you at the house of Man when you got moon hall is much younger than that. There was a much much of a drunken swimming. Only Ocean House of man. I was GONNA say that's a great spot to you know. Go swimming drunken in the middle of the night as I'm shaking my head. If you can watch me so ship would what do you know about rip currents or is it rip current Riptide? I don't I always get that screwed Jess Joe. I guess the biggest difference between rip current and Riptide is that a rip current is generated by focused wave action or wave action creeping along a beach whereas riptide is generated by the flooding or draining of a coastal waterway. Or so for example. A riptide is like a steady constant thing that will basically like. It's a repeating process right because all the water that is upstream is now being pushed back out into the ocean that brackish water whereas riptide couldn't like form in something as small as a long a fifteen foot stretch of beach or it could be as long as you know a five hundred foot stretch of beach. Yes a little bit more variable and intermittent. Okay so what I hear what a rip tide is tied. Based so I think about the San Francisco Bay and how you have the ebbing and flowing tides and how those have very strong polls when they're doing that as opposed to beach contoured causing rip currents that's not dependent on the tide that can happen at any tide will. It's not beach contours. It's wave action relative to the beach so Waves that crash directly on the beach won't necessarily generate a riptide waves arrive angrily on a beach will generate a riptide consistently wall. Thank you for sharing that little bit. Specifically if you're looking for more info about visuals on it L. A. County lifeguards. La Co lifeguards on instagram. They actually have a four or five page thing on their feed that talks about recurrence and it also shows some really good visuals of it. I don't remember riposted because I cannot figure that out and then I believe wasn't a Shep you're telling me that wavelengths had an article the other day and I think I saw it but I think you might have read it. All the article was by Luke. Luke gartside wrote it and it's about the findings of an associate professor from the Naval Postgraduate School who we have reached out to an asked to come on the podcast to talk about the findings that they've published Jen the title is a little click. Beatty everything you know about how to survive a rip could be wrong. What the article is basically saying? Is that what we teach people in general the keep it simple stupid method? Is that you swim parallel to the beach until you swim out of the riptide. After which point you can make your way back in now. What they did was they used INC tests. They did all types of different trace tests and they found out that summed up type to actually form almost figure eight pattern. They recycle into themselves. And so what they advocate for is not investing energy going with the Riptide And then trying to swim once. It's kicked you out so I don't WanNa without without talking to the person who published this. I don't WanNA come out too strong here. But what will say is that when it comes to teaching water survival. What coastal athlete program has taught since its founding and that we will teach until the day that you know they shut us down is that it is better to be an active participant in the scenario than a passive victim. So if you are in a riptide it makes more sense to swim with the tide. Right you walk with the escalator than it does to relax and wait for it to potentially pull you into an even worse situation if you generate momentum by swimming with the tide you can actually get enough speed to potentially break free of it a lot sooner
Summer Surfing Safety Tips
"Welcome to episode two of Cap Task. Today is the twenty ninth of May Two thousand twenty. Here is your up to the news from around the Sport Surfing Media Music. You name it news. I up Joe with what's going on in the surf line all. There's a lot of things going on in Surpli- Big notable ones is summer. Season is upon us here so I am always a big advocate. Coastal Athlete Paranthan Swim near lifeguards and guarded and protected areas. Be Smart about where you're going out and the big thing that I have a lot of press about and I've really been excited about that started. With the south there is about rip currents in getting pulled out and recurrence getting caught recurrence. Kind of how to identify them what they look like on shore from above how to keep yourself safe in them so. I don't gain. Do you know much about riptides or recurrence at all. When I was a child I got caught in one in a lifeguard ring to be real real good for it so I know like to. I'd like it's hard me so like I'm afraid of them now. All I know. Oh does that kind of explained your ocean experienced to be thrown away. I've had plenty of scarring ocean. Sounds were you at the house of Man when you got moon hall is much younger than that. There was a much much of a drunken swimming. Only Ocean House of man. I was GONNA say that's a great spot to you know. Go swimming drunken in the middle of the night as I'm shaking my head. If you can watch me so ship would what do you know about rip currents or is it rip current Riptide? I don't I always get that screwed Jess Joe. I guess the biggest difference between rip current and Riptide is that a rip current is generated by focused wave action or wave action creeping along a beach whereas riptide is generated by the flooding or draining of a coastal waterway. Or so for example. A riptide is like a steady constant thing that will basically like. It's a repeating process right because all the water that is upstream is now being pushed back out into the ocean that brackish water whereas riptide couldn't like form in something as small as a long a fifteen foot stretch of beach or it could be as long as you know a five hundred foot stretch of beach. Yes a little bit more variable and intermittent. Okay so what I hear what a rip tide is tied. Based so I think about the San Francisco Bay and how you have the ebbing and flowing tides and how those have very strong polls when they're doing that as opposed to beach contoured causing rip currents that's not dependent on the tide that can happen at any tide will. It's not beach contours. It's wave action relative to the beach so Waves that crash directly on the beach won't necessarily generate a riptide waves arrive angrily on a beach will generate a riptide consistently wall. Thank you for sharing that little bit. Specifically if you're looking for more info about visuals on it L. A. County lifeguards. La Co lifeguards on instagram. They actually have a four or five page thing on their feed that talks about recurrence and it also shows some really good visuals of it. I don't remember riposted because I cannot figure that out and then I believe wasn't a Shep you're telling me that wavelengths had an article the other day and I think I saw it but I think you might have read it. All the article was by Luke. Luke gartside wrote it and it's about the findings of an associate professor from the Naval Postgraduate School who we have reached out to an asked to come on the podcast to talk about the findings that they've published Jen the title is a little click. Beatty everything you know about how to survive a rip could be wrong. What the article is basically saying? Is that what we teach people in general the keep it simple stupid method? Is that you swim parallel to the beach until you swim out of the riptide. After which point you can make your way back in now. What they did was they used INC tests. They did all types of different trace tests and they found out that summed up type to actually form almost figure eight pattern. They recycle into themselves. And so what they advocate for is not investing energy going with the Riptide And then trying to swim once. It's kicked you out so I don't WanNa without without talking to the person who published this. I don't WanNA come out too strong here. But what will say is that when it comes to teaching water survival. What coastal athlete program has taught since its founding and that we will teach until the day that you know they shut us down is that it is better to be an active participant in the scenario than a passive victim. So if you are in a riptide it makes more sense to swim with the tide. Right you walk with the escalator than it does to relax and wait for it to potentially pull you into an even worse situation
Facebook says the virtual hubs may project a project may start as soon as January
"They're always so many people working from home since the beginning of the covert nineteen pandemic Facebook CEO mark Zuckerberg has decided to move the majority of first of Facebook workers out of the office to work at home from now on a part of that plan will be to set up what he calls virtual hubs across America for what they're going to be doing is recruiting people from outside of the San Francisco bay area which is where most of the Facebook employees are working from today and so it gives the company more diversity it means employees can work from if the country that's C. B. S. tech expert blurry Meghan off Facebook will be setting up a new a new company hubs in Atlanta Denver and right here in Dallas well you know if I were in a situation where I could live anywhere in the country and I can find a place that I really love to living that cost me less I think it would be something that people would consider Facebook says the virtual hubs may project a project may start as soon as January
San Francisco Bay Area to open for manufacturing, curbside retail
"Three more bay area counties will see more businesses opening starting today KCBS reporter Tim Ryan is in one of those counties San Matteo county to explain what's changing ten was any Marin San Francisco and San Matteo county some manufacturing and curbside retail will reopen these are the last risky businesses clothing and shoe stores florists bookstores sporting goods car washes pet grooming and more you order over the phone or online and then you pick up outside or arrange delivery there's no trying on shoes slacks or dress for example Judy Sheldon owns Judy's flag city in Belmont Park though flag they sell PM thanks so sprinters I saw strippers she's been close for months is anxious to re open has a table by the front door with hand sanitizer but open to crowds the whole somebody's getting me did you see the unemployment rates today you know nobody dared to many people can I mean that's my daughter comes people can't even pay their mortgage thank god my house is paid for Judy is hoping the small business loan she received will cover her rent napa Sonoma and Solano counties of already entered stage two Alameda and Contra Costa could do so soon send a clear is the one hold out there is
Dispute over reopening Tesla's California factory may be ending
"The dispute between Tesla and San Francisco Bay Area authorities over the re opening of the Tesla factory in the face of a shutdown order appears to be coming to an end the Alameda county public health department says the plant in Fremont California will be able to go beyond basic operations this week and begin making vehicles this coming Monday as long as it delivers on the worker safety precautions agreed to it's not clear whether Tesla will face any punishment for re opening Monday in defiance of county
Dispute over reopening Tesla's California factory may be ending
"Developing news this morning it appears the dispute between ten slash and San Francisco Bay Area sorties over the reopening of a factory in the face of the coronavirus shut down order is coming to an end the Alameda county health department says the Fremont California plant will be able to go beyond basic operations this week and start making Tesla vehicles this coming Monday as long as it delivers on worker safety precautions batted
Dispute over reopening Tesla's California factory may be ending
"The dispute between Tesla and the San Francisco Bay Area Florida he's over the re opening of the Tesla factory in the face of shut down order appears to be coming to an end the Alameda county public health department says the Fremont California plant will be able to go beyond basic operations this week and begin making vehicles this coming Monday as long as it delivers on the worker safety precautions and agreed to it's not clear whether Tesla will face any punishment for re opening Monday in defiance of county
"san francisco bay" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
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"san francisco bay" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Bill. Graham for anybody who doesn't know bill. Graham is great promoter of the bay area one of the legendary rock promoter and he started putting on these shows which were basically gifts to the bay area called day on the green where there will be an amazing bill with actually different kinds of bands on it And they would always be in like like Oakland Stadium earls Oakland Berkeley Calcium. Yeah Yeah so they would big show summer shows and of course infused bill. Graham could be the biggest accident so I mean there was huge headliners. You know it would be the biggest acts of day with a bunch of smaller bands but it was always amazing thing so people would go to the show you turn up at the at the at the arena at the arena. The stadium at you know Eleven o'clock in the morning and you'd see amazing stuff from like noon onward all the Bay Area Musicians Attendance Car Kamat as a youngster attended. These shows and meant the big deal. I think that's when I gotta look at. Ufo was at one of those shows and everybody talks about them. So it's a big deal when in nineteen hundred. Five metallic is asked to be on the bill of this show now the headliner. That day was Scorpions. And then there's a few other bands below. That rat was one of the bands that day. But METALLICA was I think second or third on the bill early it was still daylight when they were playing but it was a huge acknowledgement that this band was up and coming and that they meant something and of course two of the players in the band. Kirk and cliff a from the bay area so they literally looking out at the sea of people but seeing friends there and they had of course been people in the audience if they on the ground so for them. It was a huge moment for them personally but also for thrash metal. Brian Lou puts it very well in the film. He said. The fact that Metallica was playing Dan the Green. It was like all of us are playing down the green we all. They can make crush a lot lately and I want to add this. Luckily for history. There'd be no record of it. Were not for MTV news. It's not even the regular. Division news had their camera one camera there and typically news is allowed to she three songs of anybody set and then you have to shut down your cameras. Same thing with photographers day. Let them shoot songs and make clear out the pit and then then they're they're not allowed to be there anymore so thankfully for history. That camera on that day was located on Cliff Burton side of the stage and when cliff played this. I mean anything but particularly when he was playing the intro for whom the bell tolls. The camera was right there on him. And it's probably believed the best record you know in filmed version that we have of cliff. Burton playing anything but of course that song. And it's you know it's all over the Internet it's everywhere and it's a legendary piece of footage and really if anything demonstrates cliffs unique ability. It's that moment in time so thankfully that day. That camera was located there. Yeah I personally think that that's their worldwide. Coming out party is Them on the green that will always be remembered as that moment Where you know they they they start the crossover outside of small into into you know let's face it world domination. Exactly I mean who knows where it would go from. There was still only on their second album. Master puppets had not yet come out an and it's amazing but I mean if you look the first two albums kill ride the lightning just each one. That progression forward relentlessly and powerfully. So just an amazing metallica. Just amazing stuff going on there. I love the story. I it may be my favorite story in the movie of them at the show and of course burn that Taryn the dressing room up and then getting called on the carpet. The next story a lot of people had heard a little about. But you know we. We told it really nicely. I mean getting Hadfield to tell them himself than Tony Isabella. Who is a she worked for bill? Graham presents many years booking them and was a real booster of the thrash metal bands not she managed to exit. Throw also not just not. Just of METALLICA. Talking about somebody who really contributed again. I really want to made an effort to get the female perspective in here and show. How important all these ladies were to. The scene Antonio's Abella. You know just like w Bono. The story is is a bit of legend at this point where Metallica played Dan the green following. That did what they normally would do. Which was kind of you know. Get pretty drunk and cut loose and and they happen to wreck the trailer that the backstage trial that they were in a Bill Graham being being the guy he was. I mean he was known for be booking. Great stuff that is hardcore dude. I mean it's five the Holocaust dot out of out of Europe and stuff so he was no pushover. This was a tough man who could like who stood for no no nonsense in his backstage. He viewed it as his home. The backstage was his home. That's that's how he he was and he treated the band's very well by the way he he was known for for taking care of them and he wouldn't tolerate any of this without Bill Graham. We wouldn't have the backstage experience that you get with an artist before Graham. It was. It was dirty nasty. Barely able to find a seat without cockroaches on it or something like that and built turned it into as you said perfectly a home right and he did that. Now he came up during that during the Janice Joplin Jefferson Airplane Eric. But he was still that way in the eighties and and he didn't amazing. Thanks so they tear up the place and you know bill. Bill demanded respect Disrespect this man and he had a lot of cloud. I mean he booked the shows of the bay area so I mean if you went against him did so at your own peril you find yourself not getting booked so I mean you really had respect what he did. But if you're expected to me like you're fine. Yeah so anyway. The famous story is he called. He wanted somebody for the turn out to be James Hadfield. He he had them. You didn't just ask them to get on the phone but he wants to somebody to come down and make a formal apology in person for destroy that that back room and understand what they did and you know it's it's a funny moment. I mean James. As we all know has has been through his trials and tribulations and come through sobriety and and I think at that point he was not there yet. You still many years away from that but I think he respected this stern father figure that that Bill Graham was I mean he didn't go in there and curse him out. James Danes went in there and apologized and kind of admitted to be in kind of an idiot about it and and and I think what you ended was two guys with mutual respect for each other because according to Tony Afterward. You know they'll respect James. It always asks that's for him you know. How's he doing? And and you know James of course returned in Nineteen ninety-one. They play emigrated gimmicks that time they were the headliners so it's really amazing progression there. Yeah now film kind ends with it's almost like to Indians and I think it's a good place a for for the film to come to a close Because it's about the scene and that scene does kind of begin to fade away around the same time that we lose cliff Burton in In one thousand nine hundred was January nineteen eighty six so just a few months after that a couple of September eighty six. That's actually what yes. Oh sorry sorry. I'm sorry I my notes. It's it's raybird cliff's father who just recently passed just yes. He passed away in January this year. That's correct this wonderful man wonderful. Yeah who does make an appearance in the film as well of course? Yeah Yeah. Yeah so but your film does end with the death of of Cliff Burton which is kind of you know the beginning of the fading of the scene itself even though some of these guys continue to you know like we've said several times go on for world domination right. I here's what I knew before. I ever shot any film I sat. I laid the story out with Brian. And Harold Pretty much realized I had a super-rich tale of of of you know this musical movement and Cultural Movement really and that between the starting of exodus in around one thousand nine hundred eighty and I knew I wanted to tell that story about everybody looking for records and everything so I had to have time for that to the death of cliff. Burton in nineteen eighty six. I already had a movie. I just had a movie had ninety minutes of stuff. And so I like I did want to overstay my welcome and I just thought That release it. I didn't want to really say that the scene ended but certainly a moment in the scene. It's absolutely a milestone is. The death of cliff was was such a powerful moment. Felt by so many one of the people said they were all so young they had lost anybody yet and so it was really quite powerful and I thought that's that's much story as I can tell I would encourage anybody to pick up the torch and make a film about a testament or Death Angel. The great stories and should be told. I just didn't have room in my thing to tell it but those those are great stories at almost. Were were starting as cliff. Lewis was having overlap a little bit but you know Kinda cliff was was at the end of his life and those stories. We're just really beginning. There were on so I think it's it's amazing kind of time to like. Bring it up to and yes. We were very fortunate to have the participation of of close father Ray who passed away the old age of much older age of ninety four. He was this year and but you know what was beautiful about it was. He carried the torch for his son for so long. And just you know I feel like he could have just kind of you know guy closed shop. You know just just retired away and not really talked to anybody about it instead. He chose to kind of open up his world and give everybody. I never do cliff. Burton never saw play. But I feel like I knew a bit of him because I was able to talk to Ray and he gave that gift to so many people he was totally open. You go to a fence. Who Go to metallica shows. But it also go to like record store events and all kinds of stuff and and also things for music events where where they would have cl- space or something and he would always be there so people could kind of have a feeling of of being in touch with cliff. That takes a lot of strength. Humility and Ray was beautiful man for doing that. Yeah it was really great. So of course. Yes he beautifully in our movie in very touch by. Yes yeah but the real ending is that this this music persists. It's still out there and you know you spend the you know the end of it with the metal allegiance which is Kinda you know bay area supergroup..
San Francisco Bay Area Extends Shelter-In-Place Order
"Shelter in place orders look like they'll be extended through may in at least a six bay area counties with some revisions expected to be announced later this week San Francisco public health director grant Colfax says the curve of new coded nineteen cases has flattened but lifting restrictions prematurely could lead to a surge in illnesses we are working hard to develop recommendations based on data and science for loosening some of these restrictions following must be thoughtful we must be careful and we must take this step by step in addition to San Francisco Alameda Contra Costa Marin San Mateo and Santa Clara counties in the city of Berkeley are coordinating on the orders in Alameda county officials say a program providing hotel rooms for people experiencing homelessness omits the corona virus pandemic needs to expand KQED Serra Husayni reports area health officials had initially rented nearly four hundred rooms as part of operation comfort which provide shelter for people who have tested positive for the virus in operation safer ground which houses older and medically fragile people most at risk of serious illness health care services agency director calling Chalus is the rooms are nearly filled and it's important to note too that many of the winter shelters and warming centers are planning to close soon Chalus is there a county leases under way for more than two hundred and sixty additional hotel rooms and they're looking for even
Tesla cancels plans to bring workers back to US car plant this week
"Cancelling plans to bring workers back to its production facility in California this week. Shares of the company had searched today on a report that employees were heading back on Wednesday. And that would be before. Say at home. Orders in the San Francisco Bay area were officially lifted. Tesla's stock is up more than eighty five percent eighty five percent since the recent market. Low about five weeks ago. So what's your take on this move? You know what a surprise. Tesla says something and then kind of changes their story You know the Tesla. Eight hundred dollars Also that anybody that wants to But I do think you have a case here where the Shanghai stories what's been supporting it. the earnings in the free cash flow over the last couple of quarters. has been critical to bringing Some sense that the company can do this profitably. I don't think this is an environment That's better for Tesla. And that's not just the macro on where energy prices are and not just where credit markets I believe truly are but it's a case where I think that that car which was the model three which is the mass market car. I'm not sure that the demand is where it is in this environment but look Eight hundred dollars is a level that I didn't think the stock could ever get to so. That's that's very clear guy. I posed this question to you. And that is do you think that demand pre pandemic will be the same as demand post pandemic or even during pandemic. I think going forward. The demand will continue increase in the short term. No I mean with energy prices cratering. Dan Uses the word. He's right crashing. That's should actually give some sort of tell when to some of these manufacturers like GM and Ford and actually should work to somewhat of the detriment to Tesla. But one thing I've learned you know this is a stock for the last seemingly five hundred dollars Zig when I should've zagged and they just can't get on the right side of it. It's clear that you know I. I'm missing something in terms of the stock and it's doing what it wants to do. I'm sort of in Tim's camp here but with that said you know I watch these moves on it. Just find myself shaking my head in an environment where of all stocks tessler should not be doing as well as it is
'Why We Swim' Looks For Answers In People And Places Across The Globe
"And humans came from. Dust says ECCLESIASTES DIS but Bonnie Sui us that humankind also wants sprang from end still seeks. Water why we swim is her latest book which Texas from Ponds Pools to surfers racers and a few who have survived icy currents Bonnie Soy who writes frequently for the New York Times in California Sunday magazine. Join just for more home in Berkeley California. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks so much for having me Scott. You begin with an amazing story about a man whose name I will not chance to even try and say March Eleven nineteen eighty-four what happened on this planet. Good Liquor Thorson. He's an Icelandic fishermen and fishing trawler with his crew. It's calm waters it's cold it's forty one degrees and the boat overturns with forty one degree water within twenty to thirty minutes we die from hypothermia but he did not everyone else did and he ended up swimming six hours and when he finally got to the hospital the doctors weren't able to discern his heartbeat or read his temperature on the thermometer but he didn't show any signs of hypothermia and he was only a little bit dehydrated. He was a strong swimmer certainly but was he also saved by his own biology. He was like the story very much. Because it is this the distillation of what makes swimming so special for humans. We have to learn how to swim. we're not born knowing how to do it instinctively and yet there are sort of traces of that evolutionary past still within us that our evolutionary past that came from the sea and so with good liquor for. Thorson turns out that his body fat was two to three times normal human thickness and more solid and so he resembled a Marine Mammal. More than terrestrial mammal. And that saved him. Did you grow up feeling? Pull into the even. If it was only Jones Beach in New York I did. I mean my family origin story is at my parents met no swimming pool in Hong Kong. We grew up with swimming family and so we grew up at Jones beach in the pool. Lifeguards swim team. I just always remember feeling more comfortable and happy in the water actually than on land. I mean there's just a sense of magic that you get from being in the water and buoyancy that you just don't have on land you in this book talk to swimmers all over the world right nearby you though you you swim San Francisco Bay without a wet suit and there are people including I gather you who believe that's actually good for you in all ways it can be. I mean I have also talked to scientists and researchers who say cardiovascular risk. Don't go into sudden shock cold water because it could stop your heart that aside a wr decided there are benefits to cold water immersion. And there's been quite a bit of research in recent years where your dopamine levels go up in your over time that your cardiovascular system is strengthened and you know there are people there are things that we knew from across cultures around the world that there was a water cure there. Was you know jumping in cold? Water was good for you and jumping in hot water and then jumping into cold water and so we didn't know why exactly in the science kinda starting to catch up. What is this Brown fat you talk about in this book. Well this was really interesting. I did not know about Brown fat until I started swimming with a Dolphin Club swimmers in San Francisco Bay and so I went to ucsf to talk to the foremost researchers in Brown fat and it turns out that mammals are born with two kinds of white fat which we all know about the energy stores of our bodies and Brown fat which actually Burns and produces heat energy. We kind of start to lose it as we get older but there are ways to do what's called the Browning of white fat which is to kind of turn it into energy burning tissue. That fat is called Beige Fat. And so what? Kind of encourages. The development of beige fat is cold water exposure and exercise among other things. But those have been proven to be causing this change in our bodies. Wonder if you have any words for people who aren't able to swim these days you know. The water is a draw for us no matter what and so even if you can't get in the water if you can walk near it can look at. It can see it can You know have some what a wall Nichols calls domestic waters in your house and you know. Take about the shower. Just look at imagery watches surf movie. I mean those things. Make a difference for our souls and our the way our bodies and brains work. Click we respond to those set points in the environment and even if we can't get in the waters right now you know the ocean will be waiting for us. The pools we waiting for us on the other side of this Bonnie Choi. Her book why we swim she in the Water
Trapped In Wuhan During COVID-19 | Jen Knight
"Gen nine says that she won the in laws lottery when it comes to Chinese husband's parents but luck wasn't on our side this past January when a day after she arrived in her husband's hometown just outside of Wuhan for a Spring Festival celebration. The Chinese Government started shutting down all transit lakes into and out of the area effectively trapping her at ground. Zero of what would soon come to be known as the covert Nineteen Corona virus outbreak. She was as she easily admits terrified and filled isolated but what helped her feel less alone was participating in a study. That has china-based ex. Pats how they were feeling during the crisis and through two months of lockdown and plus two weeks of self isolation in an apartment in Shenzhen. Her notions of home have shifted. Or maybe she was just being made aware of a ship. That had already taken place. This is a really great conversation. And I'm thankful we were able to get this glimpse of what life was like for Ex pats in China as the global pandemic first emerged. I hope that you learn as much from her story is ided. Please sit back relax. Enjoy my conversation with JEN night. Gen night welcome to migratory patterns. Thank you so much for having me. Where is home so and I thought about how to answer this question. I came up with three answers. Three different places. One would be the place where I you know grew up and was raised which would be suburbia midwestern suburbia so a suburb of Milwaukee Wisconsin and a second place. That is home. Would Be San Francisco Bay area where I lived for eight years before I moved abroad and where my family is now. Located is in the North Bay and then the third place that I came up with it feels like home would be where I am right now. Which is my apartment in Shenzhen China? Where my husband is and my apartment is and jobs and life. I think in the first person with three answers. Oh really pretty sure. It's always interesting. Everyone's unique and I love how people will somehow work in where they're from originally some people you know there are few who like where I am now and all that stuff but I think the first TRIFECTA. I think if you'd asked me a few years ago it would have been just too but as I've gotten a little bit older I felt more strongly connected to my roots in a way and so I really wanted to add that third one in about where I came from because I think it's so important It's something that I wanted to leave behind when I left there at the age of eighteen nineteen. I was like goodbye. I Never WanNa see you again suburban Midwest. So let's talk about that so so suburban Midwest. Where exactly was that so it was in? It's a suburb of Milwaukee Wisconsin Like on the north side of town and it was it was a nice place to grow up and I've gone back a few times over the years. My family doesn't live there anymore. So the only real pull. I have our friends and people. I know who still live there but I found the last time that I returned which would have been seven years ago I think about. I felt I really felt the sense of home. It was so interesting so when you ask that question. That immediately came to my mind. That's interesting so you said you were looking to get out of there at eighteen. What was that all about? Was that Just sick of suburbia type thing? It's kind of an archetype in in the US. Yeah I was. I was always ready to get out from a pretty young age and my friend and I we just pointed at a map and there was Seattle and we had one friend who lived there who said we could sleep on his floor and we sold all of our stuff and bought backpacks and took the train for three days to Seattle the train. That's awesome. I love the train still was school. You were going to college or you just get out and I was just getting out. Although I ended up studying my undergraduate was in Washington state so I did live there for a number of years but interestingly it never felt like home so that is interesting so After so how did you get from? Let's say Seattle because that's kind of where you can set off on your journey. How did you get from Seattle to where you are now? What was that like? Well I my family had relocated to the San Francisco Bay area and I visited there one time before and felt really like a strong Paul to San Francisco and I went through some personal problems in While I was living in Seattle and I ended up packing up and moving and decided to relocate there and I just loved it I mean I had an amazing eight years living in San Francisco and I remember driving my used Acura over the Golden Gate Bridge like crammed with all of my stuff and I really felt that sense like this is going to be my home for awhile. Kinda cool this kind of cool so then you went to San Francisco. So what motivated jumped from San Francisco to overseas? That'd be fair. I Guess San Francisco can kind of feel like overseas from suburban Milwaukee. Well yeah so I made the first jump to Seattle and then from Seattle to San Francisco and I think San Francisco for me. I feel like I just had done it. I don't know how else to explain it. I just felt like I was John. Like I had done everything that I needed to do. There I had an amazing time. I met amazing people. I had incredible experiences. It's a beautiful place to live. There's so much to do. There was such a buzz. You know the entrepreneurial seen everything there when I was living there but I did feel like my time there was complete and I felt really unsure about what to do next and I ended up going to New York for a while and I went back to the Midwest for a while and I was really torn about my next move and sort of out of nowhere. The opportunity to teach in Shanghai came up and they said we have this job for you. You have two weeks to get here and I just went for it. What was the job? It was teaching in a school there but it was kind of a startup situation where I would be helping them. Start an American program within a Chinese school so it was a lot of curriculum development and teaching As well as some other like Adleman kind of stuff. It's a great way and so did you study to be a teacher when you're teaching in the US before you left. Yeah I had a California teaching credential and I got my master's from San Francisco State University so when I moved to San Francisco that was. That was the reason why was for a job that I got in Oakland Public Schools. So my background is very heavily in education is a teacher and I know what you guys do. So good on you for that work. Is You know you? Kinda got out at San Francisco. Probably right at the right time. It's just San Francisco to me. I've been there several times over the last few years last several years and San Francisco from to me feels like that really cool band. That sounded awesome but then sold out immediately and not quite as cool anymore. I love that analogy. Yes I could not agree more so so you hit China and did you say was shot high. Yeah Shanghai is where I lived I so for four years. Wow you've been bouncing all over the place where you did you. Did you go to Thailand for Awhile? Yes so after we were in Shanghai Shanghai four years we lived poop hat Thailand for two years and then we just moved back to China. Shenzhen last August. Well what great timing I actually right now. I'm pretty happy to be in Shenzhen overall right now I mean you know. Obviously we're this is the time of the time of Corona virus right now and it China. Ironically when the outbreak I happened so many people were streaming out of the country. And now there's tons of people who would love to be able to go back because they got a handle on it I it's Conan and argue at the methods but They've worked yes. Yes and I was at the epicenter of all of that so I I rode the roller coaster.
Coronavirus: How To Ease Financial Uncertainty
"I want to talk about why coronavirus is a health event has become such a brutal personal event for many people's wallets and it's because we are already in recession and the recession we're in is going to get deeper by the week as economic activity seizes up in so many sectors of the economy we are going to find a lot of people unemployed are big businesses will go longer than small businesses in being able to keep people on the payroll but the layoffs are coming across the economy and it means that right now you need to think about every dollar that you're spending today every single dollar which ironically enough speeds the impact on the economy so when I'm telling you to do where I'm asking you to slow down your spending speeds up the impact on what it does to small businesses in your community what it does to companies of all sizes when you reign in your spending but right now we have a fact that we have to deal with we have a disease that's spreading around the country we don't have testing kits employees didn't know the depth of the S. and until we get the protocol in place where people that have symptoms are tested and we know what we're dealing with we're basically in suspended animation in the United States so the thing with the social distancing fact that I'm staying at home and I'm doing a radio and TV from my home instead of out and about in the community or in the studio is part of what we're all being asked to do but think how many jobs in the United States ones that can't be done from home that involves people going out and doing things there is a big fires in northern California because the areas of the San Francisco Bay Area are on full lockdown in only of central activities are allowed and people are not supposed to be out of their homes unless there is an emergency need go to the pharmacy to go get groceries that's pretty much it somehow Tesla for its factory in northern California got an exemption it is an essential activity and so there you have a factory with thousands of people working side by side exactly what we don't want to be happening happening because of the transmission of the virus so who knows how long that exemption will remain in place because really if you think about the job environment and us not being able to work in so many jobs then there's a direct severe economic impact on your in my wallet and I'm going to be talking day by day about how you deal with a sudden discontinuance of a paycheck and how how do you set priorities with what remains in your hands speaking of which going back to what I said starting off it's going to be very very important that you conserve your spending that you every thing that is not essential does not take place and I think about with food we spend in the United States more than half of what we spend eating out and there are people who will continue to do that there are others that will conserve cash by eating at home and so there are a variety of decisions and choices that will need to make is we look at if you think of S. as an eight week severe disruption and may be a four month moderate level of disruption that's probably where we're sitting so we're going to be in a deep decline economically for at least the next eight weeks and then depending on how we do with combating corona virus that will determine what happens after that
Front End-Engineers Discuss Working From Home
"Let's dive right in. How are you feeling about the current situation in working from home I could start people? Don't get Sydney talking. I'm a little down. Like this. Has Been a legitimately harder than I thought. It was like okay. No-one no-one needs to call anyone or maybe I don't know you tell me you'll find at the end of this podcast. But it's it's been difficult not having like a face to face contact and not going out very much. And it's really like a disrupted my routine like going to the gym and going to the copy shop and going to the Bar Which Fanta Myself? A bit of introvert. I mean what? This Day ten of Microsoft's mandated work from home and Yeah if I mean they can see my Pelivan hear in the background. If I didn't have that I would be literally like running around my house. Just screaming closer not. I'm not really sure it's been tough. Hey at least you're getting some exercise to one way or another. Yeah I'll say the same thing In our remote work episode I talked about how the type that needs to have people around and if I had to work from home I would like to coffee shop and now that's not even an option so so it started off pretty bad. I think I wasn't very productive but I think as time has gone on. I've gone way more productive. I've gotten used to it so I actually really like it like I don't like covered nineteen of course but I've gotten used to the remote work situation. So do you think that will change after thirty days? That's a good question. We'll see guess we'll check back. Have Two kids with me. My wife and my mother lives with me so I've got plenty of people to talk to but an interesting thing for me. Is You know whenever I leave my house. I'm always super worried that I'm gonNA bring something back to my mom because she's definitely in the high risk group so I feel like I should be super shut in but if I when I leave to go for a run like come back and I'm I'm worried I'm nervous that I touched something or did something that could endanger my mom's health which is kind of an interesting way to carry just bit bathe in bleach. What I do don't track don't drink. I don't drink it but you can bathe in that's total. I'm just kidding. No one bay the bleach. I'm about to get serve lawsuit as a terrible idea. I'm signing off the gas. I don't know I don't know why we have to tell people not to drink each one of these things that should be self evident but don't drink police. It will cure everything including your life. One way to kill the virus. Yeah I would say that I mean I've been set up to work from home just from over the years working from home occasionally so like I don I'm fortunate that way like I have dusk and like monitors and all the things that make it feel comfortable but I think to like kind of what Ryan was just saying the anxiety of all this is actually a lot in. It is hard to concentrate. I'm normally. I'm quite good at that at home. Actually 'cause I feel like I have less distractions and I don't have coworkers coming by every five seconds or are I don't know visual distractions that kind of thing but Just the weight of everything you know like the stock market's crashing. You know you're losing retirement money in very privileged and fortunate enough to even have savings like that but anxiety of that plus the anxiety of the virus and like thinking about my family and my parents. And you know they're definitely an account at age category that's they're at high risk I also have friends that are immuno-compromised or friends that aren't in tech. That could possibly lose their jobs. can't work from home so like at all these things up. It's just like a swirl in your brain and it is definitely hard to concentrate on work in that kind of mindset so definitely a struggle trying to refocus me like right right some code right some code yet. Think like echoing that it's it's a lot of the anxiety deion like beaches being anxious of all the things that you both just said then also just the unknown like. How long is this last seen? Does this continue our things? Get better as the new norm. How long has that four? I think that also starts to make me feel very anxious. It's definitely made working a lot harder. Because you are thinking about those things but then I also have to remember too. Is that yeah? Maybe we just aren't working at full capacity and may be okay with that which is actually very hard to say. 'cause you'd you'd like. Oh you WanNa perform and you WANNA BE DOING. Great Dot can be. Just add to the anxiety. I've also found like Ryan mentioned having kids at home. I've actually found it very difficult to have be working from home dealing with a toddler running around and not having someone to look after him so both my wife and I are working trying to juggle. Who's looking after him? Who's on a meeting you know? When's the best time to work? We sell them figured it out. So we'll see how that goes. I was going to ask like how. How do you feel productive for me? Personally it's been really hard to feel because again I think a lot of my productivity was based around routine right like getting on the bus getting there like listening to my podcast reading my emails and then getting there and having like my meetings and going from room to room like it was very like mechanical nature of how I felt productive and now I roll out of bed like an hour later up my bosses and listen to this podcast. I mean you. Don't have the commute. O'brien commute walking over. That's true my commute. Is You know pants. Optional DOWN THE STAIRS. Maybe hop on the Peleton. Maybe not and then. Just start working from there. Yes that's been a real struggle for me is like getting that feeling of productivity back so I have no idea if I'm less productive for more Honestly maybe eighty ninety percent the same productivity rate but I feel like I'm twenty percent productive just like the feeling inside of me which causes a lot of probably undo anxiety. I think for me Mike. My coating has been through the roof. I've been more Paul requests. I think in the last two weeks and I have in the last two months combined but the other work that I do that involves talking to people and collaborating and coordinating things is just. I've I've no fucking clue what I'm doing there. It comes a lot harder to have those conversations like I mean. Look at us. Were on a remote call. We usually sit around a table at it. Has Its challenges. It's not as easy. I think it's been interesting to though just like it has been. I will echo what everyone saying. It's been difficult. It's been anxiety inducing trying to find a schedule that works when you literally are rolling from one room to another. Brian said pants optional. Like it's hard but on the plus side I don't know about you all but like it's been really interesting to see like the team. Kinda come together. At least my work team come together over slack and just being more kind of empathetic emotionally connected to the colleagues and creating sort of informal ways of connecting. Virtually that we haven't ever done before and the situation is not great but as a silver lining. There has been quite active bonding which has been really interesting. And I'd be curious to see how that plays out in person because we all are all kind of going through like a shared experience and even more so when it's when it's your team actually even just today and my team and I had a virtual lunch. It sounds weird like just thinking about it from an idea standpoint but in practice of just being able to connect even if it is virtually and just talk about I mean. We talked about corona virus a bit but just even like what? Are you watching on Netflix? Like what's like what other things are you doing other than work to pass the time? Just like your quarantined yes Ryan. How do we cheers? So Stacy? I know you'd mentioned the like workstation that you have already had a pretty good setup you have the dual monitors you have a desk and everything set up. But I'm curious like how has everyone's workstation been working at home I'll just speak for my my immediate team like I'm good but like a lot of people had don't really like working from home or haven't and don't even have any setup at all. Some people rent a room in a an apartment in San Francisco and don't even have a full apartment to themselves so the room is where they can kinda do stuff. But that means working on your bed and that's not very good for all sorts of reasons posture. Then there's also no gap in your work in home. I've seen some of the people on my team working in hallways like stocking books as a desk. And also that's another thing is even if you do want equipment. It's really hard to get either yet. Have to go to a store. Which now are in San Francisco Bay area? There's stores aren't really that open for something that's not essential and then ordering stuff is a lot slower too so that can be really
Helpful Tips for Working From Home with Glenn Fleishman
"The whole reason for this particular episode is even though it's not really in our normal vm. It to give this kind of advice with everything that's happening. We know that a lot of people in the UK across the world will be worked from home for the first time or at least working from home for the first time for an extended period and that can be an odd aspiration to be an oversee. Some people don't have the option of working from home and especially for those people who continuing to do shopping for us and look after us in other ways with us. An inch as the health service or or in other professions like cleaning and this jobs that often go unremarked but for those people who are network from my friend. Glenn. Fleishman has written a book. It's his contribution to keeping everyone saying and moving forward which he's pro for free is called taking control of working from home temporarily and is available at take control books dot com and it's full of advice from him and from friends across the world about how to make the very based of the changed circumstances of yourselves in and so because I knew Glen. I got him on the phone from Seattle Washington where he joins us now to go through the advice. That's in his book so joining us from Seattle. Here's Glenn Fleishman. Welcome Queen. Hello thank you for having me. You're very welcome. Thank you so much for writing this book and All. We'RE GONNA DO. This really is you. Take through the contents. You've written a book on literally am what should people working from home for the first time. Be Thinking about. Well IT'S A. It's an interesting time because usually when you advise people say you know. I'm thinking about working from home. Maybe a transition maybe leading one job and going freelance or they get a new job that gives them the opportunity. And you're like well we could. We could plan this out. Here's some ideas. Here's we think about. This is totally different. This is like no one has ever on. The scale of this never happened before that. So many people thrown on their own devices to change their pattern of working. So that's why I thought to my mind. I made the sexiest book arises in part because I made a joke on twitter about before this became even more serious. I think if you're still making jokes. Some twitter yeah exactly. This is a few a few weeks ago a few short weeks ago. It's like well if you're being asked to work from home or forced to work from home get a freelance bunny and they can tell you things like putting time lock on your refrigerator and so forth. I don't keep your account for typing on your keyboard and I got a remarkable response to that and I thought oh I'm making light of something it's a very serious for people and I thought why. Write a book about this and get advice from people like you and veteran work from home people so I talked to people who are work Some of them are employees have been employees doing telework. Some of them were fulltime for home for virtual company. That has no central office. Some are freelancers like me. And they've spent most or a huge chunk of their life especially in recent years working for a home space they created and we all had some time to plan most of us and I think the most critical thing. I think that everybody said I totally agree. And this is kind of what got me into a Home Office. Also after renting space outside the home when Seattle's real estate market was a little cooler than it is. Now it's Guinness. Set a space for yourself and that's going to be hard for a lot of people because if you didn't plan this you know. Most people do not conveniently have An extra several rooms in their mansion. They don't have their jato sitting there and oldest oldest shift off the record and so forth. It's you know some people may be lucky enough to have an extra room or room. That's their their sewing room there. Dan a kids playroom that they say look. I need a space where I can define the sum. You're not to turn that over So that if you're very lucky you of that you could close the door. If not you're going to need to find a space in somewhere in your home and I know for some people listening. This may be your roommates. You may have a partner. You may have children the parents living with you than maybe living with. You talked to numerous people who are suddenly living at home because of where they are and these are people. Sometimes in the thirties forties The current crisis others have had their parents move to them so they're closer by to help whether this and provide for them so we are in unprecedented time. A resident living situations. Our children will be home for weeks if not for the rest of our school year in my house and being able to define space. That your workspace being able to find both physically. Here's where I'm working in a way. That is not invasive of other people but that that you communicate to them that is the space you need to work in being able to set it aside. Psychologically so yeah in that space. You're working you're not you're not yet. I think actually key so as you say a lot of people will have the luxury of separate even have a Home Office of some kind or a space can vividly purpose into a Home Office. Even if you don't that idea of some High D. marketing space that will be yours and that might be a purely notional barrier. Right might not be anything physical. It might be just saying when mummy is over here. She's going to be working. Yeah the writer. Mary Robinson cow was a science fiction writer. Whose work may people know she? Has This Co Creative Commons licensed. Pdf she made for working at a writers workshops. It works really well for home to she. Basically you print this out in stiff paper and fold it and you put a paper on a paper clip a clothes pin on it and you put it in different positions of your laptop. Whether you're available not available or goofing off right and you just literally a sign of. I talked to one fella who is tips in the book. A colleague of his used a hugh. That's H. E. controllable lightbulb. Put it outside his office so when he's His Google calendar is tied into Was So when he has an appointment at actually lights up his family knows. He's an assessment. Incredibly Geeky way of doing things but you can do much more. Gripe you could just literally have a series of colored people that stick to the door or you as you see that difficult will flag on your laptop or even just you know simple rules about times between this time and this time the one of the things that he liked was talking about you know almost a traffic light system. So it's raid really. Is You kind of interrupt me? I might be broadcasting or might be. I'm really focusing piece of writing or might be doing. Something just requires focus green is. I'm just goofing off. You can come in whenever you like and I think you said I'm a little while or keeping Jason seeing ethical while to work those rules. Where if your wife commits you're working space during that amber thomas she can come in and then just just pause for a second. Let me finish the thought a writing and then. I'm completely talkable and those can have rules of social interaction can be quite difficult to to to get to so what shortcuts. Can you have for us to those good sports a bit more quickly? I think it's going to be a combination of physical barriers and symbols and signs And also some digital tools and it'll depend obviously on the age of of kids and parents and sophistication as well as a three year old is not gonna be checking your shared. Calendar your wife or husband or other partner May Be checking account under for you And you know I think we're going to those of us who can rely on digital purposes. Especially I'm thinking you know I know people in the bay area in the San Francisco Bay area who Maybe seven to a house and that may sound worse than it is. It is as bad as it sounds because of the cost of housing there and these people are all roommates and the I don't think any of them are romantic partners in in one case And they have some bedroom summer sharing a room and they may all be thrown in an even working different shifts in the past so they have to figure out some system but all these people are digital natives digitally literate they can all put stuff in a calendar maker share calendar You know it could be as simple as putting up a curtain sticking a couple hooks in the ceiling for the time being or getting a little stand guy. These actually very inexpensive photos stands are designed for putting up backdrops on but you can get these kits typically very inexpensively with Telescoping tripods and you could just hang a curtain or use a photo type Divide on it and just be. That is your office and you move it out of the way at night when it's no longer your office. I think one of the things that's worth seeing as well as that and something like that. You know putting hooks into the ceiling to hang something from scare some people not right from the point of view but it tends quite drastic but it is worth seeing without being in any way alarmist we might be looking at a few months of this Especially with schools closing people having to work from home to support their their kids so it it it it far to do that work. No right and get a working as well for you as possible than to Heathrow something together. It's just kind of you know kitchen table and we'll sorta all I if you do that for two weeks. You might suddenly find the actually. You're not in a particularly good place and a month down the line that I think is exactly it is is is also I? I say this again and again the book and I'll say it again and again what we're talking is be kind to yourself too because this is going to be difficult for you. Your employer has no idea what's going on because no no one has ever lived this kind of experience before in the history of the world people have gone through play and so forth. No one has gone through of disease. That's this survivable yet. Requires this much disruption. I mean what we're being asked for us to be as far away from everybody else as possible and keep working. Keep working which we need because we need to make money. We need the money to keep going. So we're actually inviting vital. Working is a vital function. But then you know you all these other stresses on top of you so set it up like maybe you need psychological. Say I can't set this up as a three-month office or a six week office on setting up a two week
"san francisco bay" Discussed on WWL
"In the San Francisco Bay Area told to shelter in place Ohio calls off primary voting today with regards to corona virus another brutal day in the stock market although futures are up at this point USA today says former heavyweight boxing champ Leon Spinks is fighting for his life at age sixty six battling cancer and dementia ABC will bring back Nightline at eleven thirty since Jimmy Kimmel is airing repeats and the Saint Patrick's day concert that'll be streamed for free tonight that story in about twenty minutes continuing our special edition coverage of the corona virus are all these precautions and all the rules necessary for dealing with the outbreak do we need a national curfew at this point we're joined now by congressman Raul Ruiz who represents part of southern California also is an emergency room physician converse and give us your medical perspective I do believe that the corona virus poses a a very severe public health threat to those who are older than sixty two people that are compromised with diabetes heart lung disease is a weak immune systems and those are the ones that are currently I getting severely sick otherwise it's just so important to do our part to prevent the spread of this disease to our neighbors and our family members all right so we've got to all these measures right from the local state federal level of curfews the restaurants and school closings gatherings limited to no more than fifty people in some places the president on Monday said it even less than ten is better but you know so my friends ask me like well we don't do this for the regular flu why are we doing this for this purpose the reason why we're doing this for this purpose is because this virus can be spread without an individual showing symptoms or even with mild symptoms of cold like symptoms like that sore throat or a mild because it's better and that means that it will spread faster and wider into the general population now the concern is not necessarily in the health effects it has on young healthy individuals the concern it has is the health effect it has on seniors who have never been exposed and people with underlying health compromised diseases that will put them at higher risk of severe illnesses pneumonia sepsis and being needing care in the I use and the breaking point is when the amount of patients that go into our health care system in the front line is higher than the amount of equipment we have to support them as well as the doctors and nurses that are well enough to take care of them and don't forget this way I'm just talking about the corona virus patients we still have the normal heart attacks and strokes and traumas that also need those I. D. you bet so we're at a point where we need to really aggressively prepare for these types of needs and avoid reaching their breaking point and hold the line how about some the warmer weather that's starting to arrive I'm here in the northeast will that help things or is that unknown you know in general okay in general respiratory viruses tend to thrive in cold damp wet climate however because this virus is new and because this virus is is now on the upswing then it is it is unclear whether the weather is going to make a difference it's good to hope that it does however we can expect that it will and and as soon as the tests are available you're gonna start to see a dramatic increase and a strong sense of how out how widespread this virus already is and and and that means that it's going to be awhile before we start to to to get a hold of this thing we're speaking with California congressman Raul Ruiz he is also an emergency physician represents southern parts of southern California talk about the corona virus do we need a nationwide curfew no I don't think a curfew is necessary I do think that that if the CDC is recommending that that we don't gather in groups larger than ten that businesses and organization that had the events meetings it will it should make the decision to do work be a telework and not congregate in groups more than ten even though it may seem that your okay because nobody around you has symptoms keep in mind that that this virus can pass through people who are asymptomatic are there lessons here congressman from other countries I see Canada has closed its borders to many that know you well you know I think that at some point there may be a necessity to do that I think that other countries right now are closing their borders so no American can go into their countries because of the upswing in our own country right now which is important measures I do think that we need to really learn from this and as the disaster trained specialists it is important to note that clear concise accurate consistent information transparent to the American people will save lives because if you have mixed messages discrepancies if you downplay the the crisis then people will be late in adopting the measures that can mitigate the effects of this by sector it's congressman Raul Ruiz represents part of southern California also an emergency room physician by the way the house yesterday passed some changes to the sweeping coronavirus relief bill the Senate could take it up this week if passed relief would be given to millions of Americans such as low income pregnant women homebound seniors and workers who lose their jobs over the crisis twenty minutes.
"san francisco bay" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"San Francisco Bay Area this is speech talk radio five sixty KSFO San Francisco Oakland San Jose cumulus stations. rob on Twitter hello see on sixty minutes I'm Evan handing president trump is escalating his rebuke of the anonymous whistle blower at the center of the mounting Ukraine controversy saying he deserves to quote meet my accuser the president says house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff should be quote questioned at the highest level for fraud and treason and within the last hour trump warned that if Democrats succeed in removing him from office America will suffer a civil war like fracture from which the nation will never heal on CBS's sixty minutes house speaker Nancy Pelosi said president trump's call asking Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden was not the only reason the impeachment inquiry was launched as part of the sequencing of events as well he withdraws a couple hundred million dollars worth of assistance to a country and then a couple days later say by the way can you help me with my campaign in other words each there's a sequencing their house minority leader Kevin McCarthy was also on sixty minutes saying Republicans are pushing back against the whistle blowers report for a reason the whistle blower wasn't on the call the I. G. inspector general did me the call for you when I have all the information we need the president did nothing in this phone call this impeachable well it was a busy night for sixty minutes Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin sol mon was on where he was asked about the murder of Washington post journalist Jamal Khashoggi who was killed and dismembered with a bone saw inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey this was a heinous crime can have those but I take full responsibility as a leader in Saudi Arabia especially since it was committed by individuals working for the Saudi government winter storm warnings remain in effect for parts of western Montana northern Idaho and northeast Washington snow also forecast for areas of Wyoming Utah Oregon Nevada and California. I'm Evan Haining. texting roles you into reoccurring automated text message the message and data rates may apply come on one more rep.
"san francisco bay" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The hard luck loser was Logan web. and he is down two and three that is his final won lost record of his rookie year. so the giants with one game left Bruce Mochis final game as the manager right here tomorrow remember to twelve oh five start. and the R. pregame show and can be will start earlier at ten thirty in the morning. a crooked cop show will begin at eleven thirty and the final Bruce mochi show will come on at eleven forty AM don't forget the giants for gore in salute from the people here the ball park for the people all over San Francisco and the many boats expected the nautical craft out in the the cove in San Francisco Bay that will happen at high noon first pitch set for twelve oh five and then the following the game we will carry the Bruce bocce ceremonies live from the field that's all on our broadcast here from the oracle park tomorrow. Darren chan has been our producer and technical director Josh followed network coordinator. now this is John Miller for a day Fleming and our colleagues join Catherine microscope we thank you for joining us and invite you to stay tuned for our mostly commentaries which will follow shortly again the final score today was the Dodgers to the giants nothing..
"san francisco bay" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The San Francisco Bay Area this is talk radio five sixty KSFO start your week off right with Brian Sussman and Katie. good morning Brad Sussman in for brother Brian eight oh two is the time when we heard a battle of course all the fake news that you hear clicking that at the top of the hour in the fact that the whistle blower with president trump's phone call. yeah the guy that says city heard some disturbing things he didn't even hear about all. secondhand information everybody's getting their dander up about this anti ballistic this is terrible it's another chapter of lawlessness. I didn't even hear the phone call I heard somebody talking about comic. people are out of control out of control. we'll talk about vaping presidents his said they're going to tackle its we have someone on the line who wants to discuss that a little millennial you Katie you and your fellow millennial talk about this and we'll see what kind of action we get from this muscle talk more about the president to traveling all around and what he had to say about this little incident with the talking to the Ukrainian president and get his take on that as well plus the high speed rail in California yes the high speed rail board made a big decision we'll have that story and more the meantime we got headlines we had. green she's here now. well we had a driver going the wrong direction on the bay bridge this morning your listening to live local headlines talk radio five sixty KSFO the news sponsored by eight by eight business phone lines trusted by one million users. the CHP said multiple reports came in of a vehicle going the wrong direction eastbound and westbound lanes on eighty near Fremont street around two forty five this morning the suspect was not been identified continued the full length of the San Francisco Bay bridge through the toll plaza in on the northbound eight eighty where C. H. P. spike strip was able to stop them an amber alert has been issued for a two year old boy that was last seen with his father in Merced John where as blue eyed blue eyes and blond hair he was last.
"san francisco bay" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"San Francisco Bay Area this is talk radio five sixty KSFO your whistle blower Wednesday with Brian Sussman indicating green starts now and are cheap whistleblower Steve Frankel be along a little bit later good morning everybody Brian Sussman here back in the saddle after a few days away. thanks to Dan mantis for fill in and while I was away as well as Katie green hold down the fort was sherry whose by the way take your calls this morning is always four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred that's our number here in case of follow all right let's get into it Katie green right now few headlines at the traffic which is already a mess in some quarters here we go president trump said the people of San Francisco and LA are fed up with homelessness and his administration will be doing something about it you are listening to live in local headlines on talk radio five sixty KSFO the president spoke about the problem yesterday on Air Force One as he began a visit to California from mentioned the creation of a task force but offered no specifics about what might be done in Santa Clara leaders have voted to end the city's agreement with the San Francisco forty Niners to run non NFL events at Levi's stadium city officials say the team has a grossly mismanaged events like calm like concerts and soccer match it matches the forty Niners released a statement essentially pointing the finger at the city for mishandling the operations more details are expected to be released at a news conference later this morning at eleven AM. traffic this time is sponsored by the San Francisco Symphony we have some slowing this morning on six eighty this is in the northbound direction as you approach eighty four an earlier fender Bender over to the right hand side slow down eight eighty south bound at a street in Hayward we have a traffic collision with no injuries involved a westbound five eighty at the eighty connector we have what looks like a slowdown over to the right hand side a traffic break taking place eastbound five eighty eight ninety eight there are setting up for some construction in the right lane and your bart ride is checking and problem free lights camera music the San Francisco Symphony brings Hollywood's finest Davies Symphony Hall the seasons film line up includes.
"san francisco bay" Discussed on KGO 810
"I get down there periodically. flood maps produced by our coast our future. a collaborative group that uses information from the U. S. Geological Survey show the rising water could eventually inundate most of foster city. four one five. eight zero eight zero eight ten. they also show. that the San Francisco Bay. and the surrounding areas meaning SFO and open International Airport may also. be affected. four one five eight zero eight zero a ton. now you know that these are serious questions and yet nobody deals with. remember one fault your city rose the nineteen sixties. it was a marshy inland. that had been reclaimed from San Francisco Bay and so they developed it which is great. take a look at a map and you'll see how close it is to SFO. four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten look. building these levees only postpones what will be a disaster. well let me is currently thirteen feet above sea level. foster city plans to raise it tight by eight feet in order to meet both FEMA's flood requirements. and the San Francisco Bay conservation development commissions even more stringent requirements. and.
"san francisco bay" Discussed on KCBS All News
"By entering San Francisco Bay and hasn't been seen since back we go to San Jose for your latest traffic here's Joe Hoskinson and this crash is still wrapping up but it does appear to be out of traffic lane south wanna wanted Bailey road traffic is no longer heavy in the area were at one point not too long ago we had all lanes shut down to the siege we did run a traffic break and they got most of those cars out of the roadway in the Altamont pass area this crash is also cleared out of traffic lanes east five eighty before two OO five we do have a problem in the liver more area it looks like a hit and run crash coming in he's five eighty before north lane and West Indies ramp to San Pablo dam road a stalled car blocks a lane of traffic and this bart track work continues today had to this is east twenty fourth kill road with the two left lanes closed they won't reopen until early Tuesday morning in addition bar tracks will be shut down between a random Lafayette and wanted creek park stations no trains will serve the station's instead free bus service will be provided for a run down of this weekend's bay area events go to KCBS radio dot com your necks updated nine eighteen or two eighteen on the traffic leader case patchy fog overnight at the coast some by the bay and some clouds as well but they'll clear out later on giving us Sonny's Labor Day in the bay area hi is low seventies at the beaches upper seventies to mid eighties by the bay low nineties then line traffic and weather together on the aids on all news one oh six nine and A. M. seven forty KCBS case CBS news time is to ten as the news watch continues this early Labor Day morning the search continues for a man who escaped police during a traffic incident at Oakland International Airport yesterday police received a report of a vehicle running a stop.
"san francisco bay" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"San Francisco Bay Area this is talk radio five sixty KSFO your open line Friday with Brian says within Katie green starts rice cookers isn't racist my goodness someone was on the way to a potluck and for god wow and then this to leave you know part of the squad this Muslim check who clearly you know like all radical Muslims all radical Muslims there's a hatred of Israel yeah there's a hatred of the Jews who goes it goes back quite a quite a few years folks back to the pages of genesis if you really want to get specific and I know there weren't any Muslims back then but the Arab the Arabs the Arabs in their Jewish brothers said there's been this riff going on for a long long time never going to be cured never will be cared to leave the one also who was seen with a a picture of the Middle East and Israel is blocked out instead there was a post it note that said Palestine IBM self yeah that little champro so now she's got the ninety year old grandmother Israel says okay you want to come in is really want to see your grandmother fine we'll let you in and that she will go to see your grandmother for political for political reasons this chick is all about her yep what is that now with her grandmother then look at a see this morning Hey see says that trump supporters weren't educated enough on racism educated enough pursue standards because I'm last I checked I mean how bright a sheet there you go a see the squad popping out this morning we're talking about in the case of a morning show good morning Brian Sussman here your weather forecast today let the cooling begin it's going to take awhile for you folks inland but today still hot still had not as hot as yesterday rebel digits of the hard to find in the bay area so they go to the Central Valley you'll still see the trouble DG's it is this cool sea breeze begins filtering into the bay so I told her what I wanted I said Tuesday said three and out three and out three hot days both turn all the sea breeze so it's a comments can be a nice weekend in the bay area good morning we've got a good guys ticket giveaway speak a good that'll come up a little bit later this hour could come up at any time so be prepared to dial and win in the meantime here she is with the headlines the traffic category hell fire was battling a fifty acre grass fire in the south part of San Jose your listening to live local headlines on talk radio five sixty KSFO it was burning in the area of Bailey road in Santa Teresa Boulevard power.
"san francisco bay" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"San Francisco Bay Area this is talk radio five sixty KSFO start your week off right with Brian Sussman and Katie hello good morning to you Brad Sussman in for Brian Katie is off as well is so we share eat so it's Anthony back behind a glass pushing the buttons of pulling the strings and making sure we sound good help this morning Sir they give out a good is always making sure everything's moving smoothly here at seven oh four we've got the phone lines he'd not because people want to weigh in on well not only the fact that we've got these crazy people doing the shooting it's just what's happening with the politicians they're going nuts as well we'll talk about that in more plus dentists getting involved with what's happening at the border this is a crazy story but I and when I start telling you'll understand more about it we'll talk about these topics and more and get to the phone calls right away in the meantime let's find out what's going on with traffic what's happening at the knee on taking care of our traffic you know I'm gonna try to start doing a little something that I've been calling on the master traffic so far so I'm gonna try to start coming up with some more a traffic related titles for my good friend mark here so this time around it is the king of commutes all like yes it was the case it will literally change every break so we can commutes market right now the children auto body traffic desk in new problems for the Santa Rosa commute southbound one oh one just south of highway twelve a multi car wreck left lane is blocked there in traffic is backed up almost to college Avenue also five eighties been problematic there's a wreck west bound around north flame in the center divide so it's slower than usual coming up the Altamont off the two oh five from E. eleventh St and if you're on westbound or eastbound five eighty in Oakland your Edwards are overturn RV still blocking all but the right lane they're backed up to about the macarthur Boulevard meantime the eastbound eighty ramp to west found five eighty in Albany a crash in the right lane eastbound eighties backed up to university we're back up to west grand metering lights on at the west bound bay bridge five sixty KSFO invites you to join Goodguys for the thirty third west coast nationals giant guards might be a SO August twenty third the twenty fifth at the Alameda county fairgrounds in Pleasanton bring your friends and family to over three thousand candy.
"san francisco bay" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Done. How old are you guys? I'm sixty five and I'm seventy one very good. Excellent. And how much of this one point seven million is there because you inherited it. About thirty one years ago. I cared an effigy in this home of a hundred and fifty thousand dollars. My father travel kit, so thirty one years ago. Very nice, not a bad thing. In San Francisco. I'm just saying, wow. We're in the the San Francisco Bay area. I actually likes the previous callers, we are S P millionare's. Okay. Tell me how about that. Well, my husband, and I were naked a lot of money, but we were spending every dollar and me started SCU in October of two thousand ten and as the case yet free cluding our houses that'll areas thousand seventeen and last year we sat down and figured out. But we're millionaires didn't even realize it. Good for you, guys. Well done well done. Yeah. Actually, Chan's up to two thousand ten I hadn't even really started a retired any kind of real meaningful retirement. That's that's always nowhere near prepared for timing. I was like fifty seven years old eight years eight years linger. I would be sixty five and have to retire that if I say by was the two thousand ten there's no way I could have retired. That's right. Well, empties. Yeah. If you goddess get three let it to get journey, and we ultimately come married. So what was your income on your fifty in your fifties? Then. Between the two of that was a hundred and eighty thousand when he started and this past year, we'll have to pass the two thousand seventeen was two hundred seventy thousand dollars. Actual we gotta do for a living. I'm an Oregon cardiac lab tired. Then retired since two thousand six okay. And do you. Remember, your GPA's? Yeah. Might GPA and school was like three point two for nursing school. And I did not go to college in my TA was about three point five in high school. So I guess the moral story for you guys is that if you're in your fifties. And you're wondering if it's too late Ron insurance say it's not my hearing that right? Absolutely. You are so Harry. Ahead. We not have me started off with at p you. And and I mean, we did it exactly by the book. We know Trump Nuys to get it by the buck. Sharon is excellent nerd, she. She all the should get totally administrate pass. We always had our budget conferences. He did things very much by the book. No this hybrid stuff. And it was great. We in five and a half years, not out death three hundred twenty two thousand dollars, and which included the mortgage and from that point on things just really and done. Well, while are very well. So that that's a question. You got back in the retiring spire when you when that first book came out is it too late. Yes. And that that's a solid answer. Right. They online through life way to go. You guys like you all in. Absolutely. And and and there's so many lessons their number one. They had awareness of where they were in that. Were nowhere near repair. They sought out help and got it through financial peace university. And then Dave they followed the recipe. He said, no deviating no hybrid. You told them what to do? And they went and did it and she's a good nerd. Brownie points. Right. He did the idea too. I did should have. But that's amazing. So any of you out there listening if you are behind or you feel like it's too late for you. I want you to hear me. No, it's not, you know, Ron and share and just show. What happens when people get focused because they're not finished. So you've got an.
"san francisco bay" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"And you're paying down your mortgage, and you need the money is next to impossible to get it back again. It's a lot better to have access to that money before you need it then need it and not be able to get it. Because if you have lost. Your ability to repay the mortgage. They're not going to give you another loan. But if you have money over in a liquid site fund, you can access the money in the event of an emergency. Many people have sent me thank you notes because of this one concept, but many times people have a non owner occupied rental income real estate, and that is tax deductible when you do it correctly and many times I show people. You know, what the your rental property could be performing way better. They thought themselves on the chest like in the San Francisco Bay area because their five bedroom home at praises for four million dollars. Well, but you're only rented it out for ten grand a month. That's pathetic. Do you know that you could own ten other four hundred thousand dollar homes the same size in a lot of other cities in this country and a four hundred thousand dollar rental will rent for four grand a month. In other words, if you've got a four million dollar property, it'd be nice if that rented four forty grand a month, but see sometimes these people then have to leverage or sell that property, and then reposition that money or do ten thirty one exchanges. And all of a sudden they're getting one percent a month, a three hundred thousand dollar rental ought to be renting for about three grand a month one percent of its value. But most real estate in most cities don't do that. But I can show you the cities it does this is what we teach at our educational events. But one of the favorite strategies is we show people who have money in IRA's and 4._0._1._K's how to strategically get it out. But while it's still there to protect it from this market wet saw. How to have a protective overlay? So that you don't lose when the market drops ten twenty or thirty or forty percent say that's the strategy. I use with my favorite vehicle the laser fund when the market goes down. You don't lose when the market goes up you make money and so from two thousand two thousand ten when most people lost forty percent of their money. I two and a half times to my money and sort of my clients. But that's if you move it over to tax free vehicles in the laser fund, if you're trying to do that over a five year period to grandfather yourself to be tax free, and you still have money and yet to be taxed IRA's 4._0._1._K's in the market, you need to come and learn how to put put a protective overly on that. So you don't lose while you're trying to get it out of the market in a timely fashion that doesn't trigger excess tax while you're doing strategic rollout. I wish I had more time to explain this. But this is why we teach these educational events are a venture like tax planning clinics..
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"Time that I met somebody who was from Oregon, and he came down here to Dublin California where I live in the San Francisco Bay area, and he he started going door to door here in my own city and to me that was a shock. I've never done door to door evangelism on my city or much in my life at all. And and just in a short time of we can half. I I started to see people get saved starting to be disciples, and and and the beginnings of church and several instances and just happening so quickly and so powerfully. And so that kinda peaked my curiosity, and I started thinking, you know, what can we do as a church and is making these cycles. And is there a better way? And if there is why wouldn't we do what seems to be most effective with the time that God's given us and the energy that we have so. Yeah. So that got me really thinking about our role as a church. And I I think the church to answer your question. I mean, the church really needs to be about making disciples because that's what Jesus has called us to do. And I think I'm grateful for all the expressions of church. I pastor a church that we have Sunday worship. And we have a pro meetings and bible study, men's and women's groups and things like that. But we began to kinda change things here at the church to make it more conducive to making these cycles like idol worship we started. You know, having time for question and answer afterwards. We had time for training where I wouldn't preach as much which is not easy for pastors. And, you know, just preach, maybe fifteen minutes, and then rest of the time just spend training people modeling things like how to share the gospel with the gospel sharing tool, and then actually setting up tables all over the sanctuary and having people grow break up into pairs and practicing we started empowering people to learn to evangelize and learn how to make disciples, and so I just started thinking about church differently, and what discipleship meant and how we can equip disciple makers and get them rooted in God's word and into flow the Holy Spirit. And and so, yeah, I think all expressions of of church are important in what God is doing. And but yeah, I think we really need to have every every member of the body of Christ passionate about fulfilling Jesus's great commission. Yeah..
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"Feel analyst. Trilby Lundberg says gasoline prices are likely to start, falling with oil, supplies increasing, in unimpressive wage growth acting as, a brake on demand consumers are. Also facing a price the current price is about fifty three higher than it, was one year ago and that's another reason that I would demand for gasoline. Has not been growing Lindbergh says the average of a gallon, of regular is risen two cents over the last two weeks to. Ninety-three across the nation that's the average Lundberg. Says for regular grade it is the cheapest. Is in Jackson Mississippi the most expensive gas found in the. San Francisco Bay area the Columbus symphonies announcing a new contract with it's forty seven musicians. Taking effect next, month a three year collective bargaining agreement provides a three percent pay raise for musicians and adds additional weeks of paid work in the two thousand nineteen two thousand twenty season more on these stories. At townhall dot com The Texas. Republican party has sued a democrat for living outside, of his district, democrat pego, geigo claims he doesn't live where, he's seeking a Senate seat to. Former US and state Representative he finished second in July thirty first special election. Behind Republican Pete Florez retired game warden the is heading to run off state. GOP chairman James digging says it is common knowledge by does, not live in Senate district nineteen and that has for years lived. With his family in Austin where his wife. Has a homestead exemption Deke claims it's well. Known and well documented valley your reporting state law in Texas. Requires candidates live continuously in the district they're seeking for at least six months before the. Filing deadline the, GOP's Dickey says that photos show geigo leaving the home outside district.
"san francisco bay" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"She's she's walking man. She's not walking one hundred percent like she did because she's still kind of stiff now. Is she still getting the the physical therapy? Yeah, yeah. This week, I think is the last week and she gets us occupational therapy, but what what is the difference occupational therapy is doing with your hands and physical is is with the the legs, the hips. But anyway, so that's cool. That's done. That's a beautiful thing. And then last week as mentioned, we had a lot of lot of a lot of work, you know, like what's the cat's name g. eazy says, got a lot a lot. A lot of that. Don't don't try to hip on three who is g. eazy one of those books talking about the is he's from the San Francisco Bay area. Well, I quoted him anyway, so a lot of work and then we've got another coming up. We got another table re this week, so we're back to the full swing of f- for family. It's a lot of a lot of fun. Very exciting. What a great group. Great. Grump. What a great group of people you're the great grub probably and, and Mukhalatka said, Khan's got her nomination for. For the now Margaret. Maybe you know something about this. What exactly is Collins is she's nominated invoice her. Yes, she's not really didn't voice over for her variety of voices on his family does. She was saying to me, well, so what am I supposed to do in terms of, you know, the limousine and all stuff like that. Well, I don't think you see at the level that I'm used to it, which is, of course the Academy Awards. And yes, some of the Emmys you just it just it's shows up. You know, the everyone knows you've been nominated, you go out, you rent an expensive gown, and you sit and you wait, and there's the limousine I, what are you asking me? Where is that supposed to? What are you asking? What what? What do you do when you get a nomination for an EMMY or an Oscar? And you sit there on your on your ass and you, you know, you sit, you go out and you get you shop for the big Spence of dress. Get a forty..
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"From the san francisco bay area this is talk radio 560 of all your westlb lower wednesday with brian suspended katie green starts i feel it already it's going to be quite a ride this morning we got four hours to try pack all this and there is good news or bad news it's crazy news and we got us strep baron the knows what are you know there's stripper that made one hundred thirty k from trump's lawyer that's a big one the big would over on cnn this morning five old two is our time held here on the left coast thanks for being with us and moulids gator go in here the man acquitted of murdering kate stein lee along the san francisco waterfront pled not guilty to federal gun possession charges yesterday or listening to live and local headlines talk radio 560 k s f o garcia's or ought to a is charged with possessing a gun as a felon and being in undocumented immigrants in possession of a firearm he could get up to ten years in federal prison if convicted his lawyers are trying to get the charges dismissed he was transferred from a city jail in the federal custody over the weekend and the removal of the national anthem as part of an east may high schools that rally the sparked backlash some students some some students that we'll be talking about this morning some students at cal high in san ramon say they're upset the starspangled banner was not song at the recent when a rally the high schools papers said the leadership officers and the rally committee skipped the anthem over controversy from the unsung verses of the song that they consider to be racist and checking your traffic right now i am seeing some slowing already if you're travelling on to 80 in the northbound direction as you approach sneeze there's vehicle stopped in the left lane we have an injury accident this morning on a four in the eastbound direction just before laurel road the right shoulder in this area blocked as well chp officers uh out there right now just waiting for a tow truck i also see a problem on six in the.