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Are Tiny Homes a Solution for COVID Evictions?
"Lindsay would welcome back to the tiny house lifestyle. Podcast thank you eat and it's great to be here. Love love what you do out there. I follow your podcast and listen to it. Often thank you. Yeah and i love what you do Tiny home industry association has just really been moving and shaking in the last year or two. And i know you're really involved with what they do. So thank you for that work as well absolutely. It's been great to connect to all the builders out there and also people that are really passionate about advocating or legalizing tiny house. Yeah so You reached out to me about a month or so ago. And said hey. Have you done a podcast episode about any houses as a solution for covert actions. And i said no about about you so you know. Let's just start there. you know. We're talking on january twenty sixth twenty twenty one You know what. What's the current state of things and You know how how connected to this problem. You in the tiny house movement. Thank you yes so. Of course when i was seeing all the moratorium i feel very housing secure because we have a tiny home. We also have the ability to stay in my parents house every winter when they travel elsewhere so we are in that nomadic reality on that we've got options but for other people on namely a friend of mine out in the east coast is is very much looking daily and trying to figure out his best way to stay in his home for him and his family because he is one of those people where he actually got covid and he's in a situation where his industry just lost a lot of revenue and he wasn't able to make up the rent payments and now he's facing eviction moratorium on evictions are really critical in keeping people in their houses. One of their pieces. You know when it all started. Ls relate okay march of last year. Almost a year into this that you know of course be moratoriums for months will now. We're just in that rolling. You know things are starting to expire in the negative extended and then they expire and then they get extended like right now as this recording. We are january. Twenty six and the cdc is supposed to have the expiration on the thirtieth like. We're talking in a matter date and if you're one of those people that could potentially be evicted without that moratorium or any kind of save cards. You're hoping that gets extended right and naturally something right now. President biden has pushed for but once again does that mean. It's going to come right right. And so i guess i'd never really thought about this like i. I knew that there had been a moratorium on evictions and i kind of assumed that was evictions due to inability to pay rent You know because so many people have lost their sources of income because of the pandemic but does that also apply to for example. Someone living in a tiny house in backyard that gets flagged by zoning administrator like are those different though you know because once again that definitely falls into that realm and i love how much you've covered this you know angle of it lake. Obviously a big reason why the tiny industry association so focused on legalizing around the country. I mean at this moment. I mean a year ago. We didn't during covid time. We had the city of san diego county of santa clara city of san jose and humble county. All amended approve their homes and backyards. Now that's not like any home villages and cottage industry. What we call tiny homes in. That's that's the next frontier but it's at least a step in the right direction for people that want to live legally now. They have so many more options. Of course they've gotta find and connect with a single family home back to this kovin moratorium reality in oh state by state. It's different like state of california has extended would other states. Don't and then they fall to the cdc because now they can go to more of a federal support bananas. Even you know and also heard where landlords are being able to like their ways around it. I mean you know. I have have compassion for the people that have mortgages on their property and the banks aren't really saying sorry. You don't have to pay your mortgage this month because what's going on so we're all connected and yet. It's the renter at the end of the day that gets told to leave.
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Supermicro Hack: How China Exploited a U.S. Tech Supplier Over Years
"When the original story from Bloomberg came out and was then immediately denied by many of the companies mentioned. This is the super micro hack including apple super micro amazon which uses the elemental hardware that uses super micro. A lot of people thought bloomberg. You got it. Rob bloomberg never retracted. they said we have very good sources They just on friday. Put out another story. The long hack. How china exploited a us tech supplier for years us. Investigators found tampering and products made by super micro. The company says it was never told they weren't doing it. Neither was the public when that first came out i said to or not. It is a very important warning about the dangers of the supply chain. You've gotta protect your supply chain bloomberg. Now has a lot more details. I think you cannot. I think we. Now i don't care what denials you hear. You cannot deny this story. Twenty ten. The us department of defense found thousands of servers sending military network data that china the result of code hidden in chips that handled the machines startup process in two thousand fourteen intel discovered an elite chinese hacking group had breached its network through a single server. The downloaded malware from a suppliers update site in two thousand fifteen. The fbi warned multiple companies. That chinese operatives had concealed an extra chip loaded with back door code in one manufacturers servers in each of these distinct attacks two things in common china and super micro which is a motherboard manufacturer in san jose. They shared one other trait. Us spymasters discovered the manipulations but kept them largely secret as they tried to counter each one and learn more about china's capabilities. I know father. You cover hacking And i'm sure you know you had did you. With the initials super micro report did you. What were your thoughts at the time we did it. So a on both twice and know how we actually took a look at some of the supposedly affected motherboards from super micro and we did our own set of tests on them. I really basic stopped. Is we let them run. And we watched all the network traffic every single packet. That was leaving the server for the course of a month. We saw nothing right so absolutely nothing. We actually went back to the traces to look for traces of chips. That were added absolutely nothing now. The the answer. The response was well defined everything. And like you said. It wasn't super micro. I want to make that very clear. It was in the supply chain the motherboards would be shipped and then at some point between arrive shipment arriving at the end user. They were modified in fact bloomberg says that neither super micro nor any of its employees has been accused of wrongdoing former. Us officials who provided information with the story emphasize. The company itself has not been the target of any counterintelligence investigation right. It's a supply chain attack exactly and and as you mentioned. We know that that's a vulnerability everything that we use from. Our networking equipment to our phones are manufactured in china. So unless you've got someone there watching every step of the process. There is no way to guarantee that there's nothing added to a motherboard that could be sending data back now. There are a few weird things in the story that the way that bloomberg reported. They were reporting that laptops and motherboards were being They had malware in the bios. And i'm thinking wait a minute all these all all of these machines you you. Efi which do check sums now. You shouldn't technically be able to do that. You can drop an extra chip but if you're trying to tell me that china has developed a way to hack you. Efi that is undetectable. I'm going to need more proof than you just bringing on a so-called experts saying oh yeah they've totally done that you covered the story. I'm i'm sure bryan Both in october two thousand eighteen when the original strike came out. I was really surprised on fridays c. Bloomberg double down on this. What's your thought. Yeah i actually. I actually hadn't seen that. that happened. Probably posted after a post with my show I mean it. I always come back to these when these things come up. Where even with the solar winds thing. Don't we just always have to assume that every that apple facebook there's there's spies from multiple countries working. They're actively at every factory point for software for hardware forever there are spies working in these factories to inject things like we just have to assume that that's been the case for years now. Right am i wrong. Yeah that was. My point is whether you believe or don't believe the soup original story from october of two thousand eighteen. It's clear this is a potential problem. The supply chain attacks are happening. They've happened over and over again and and We may you know there's a real message you've got to pay close attention to this stuff and you can't assume that it because it's arriving box it hasn't been tampered with
Golden Knights' 3 PP goals spoil Sharks home debut, 3-1
"The golden knights scored three times on the power play this poorly sharks home debut with a three to one win the knights got goals from Jonathan Marchessault mark stone and Chandler Stephenson Marc Andre Fleury was solid in the biggest net making twenty four saves and drawing praise from coach Peter de Boer defensively I thought we were good tonight I thought you know we we kept them away from the front of the net flower made a couple big saves when he needed to be cleaned up a lot of rebounds around our net Tomas Hertl netted the only sharks goal due to culvert nineteen restrictions San Jose was forced to begin the season with twelve straight road games I'm mark Myers
"san jose" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Yeah he. That was one where i was like. This is kind of fucked for the team. Because he's making twenty million dollars a year and then he would be like. I'm back on heroin. Take time off and it was like twenty dollars year. Yeah so that was always w- well that's weird. Maybe you should not take your salary if you're if you're doing that but i mean i don't know. They knew it when they signed him. It's a very complicated thing. But he went and he went to rehab and then the angels cut him but then he signed with the texas rangers like he got a job and he went to the playoffs and stuff. So i don't know. Is it different. I don't know what happens with players who do drugs now. It seems like a lot. Fewer players are being caught or outed about it that we know of i will. I also think that it's i mean it's like in leagues like the nfl. It is purely talent based if you no matter what you have done. Yeah no matter what you have done for the most part. If you have the talent someone will sign. Yeah no that you will play the. Nfl is full of barbarians. Like just terrible terrible violence. There is actually nfl player. Named i think his name's darren waller and he was one of those guys who has signed by the ravens and had a hair caroline and then he got resigned and he's like the best player in oakland. Yeah i mean. I don't think i don't think rehab was as good back then as it may be now. I know a lot of re still bullshit. But you know it's just a way to suck money off of people but there's good ones there's good ones too. Obviously you know that. Help people and also i mean addiction was just framed in such a you know it was like a personal deficiency whereas now it is acknowledged as a mental health. Problem right So so could have gotten the help he needed and gone to a decent rehab. And maybe that's why. I don't think the bs could exist today. Because i don't think the fucking cutest name for a budget guys who are just doing coke with rooster and lucid pot. Their hotel curtains a yeah. It's an interesting. It's a really interesting sort of look at how we've changed society wise which you know like you said with reagan and with uber off running the league like they were just authoritarian douche bags to these people are supposed to be like especially the one that really gets me. Is this kid. Because he's young and he has beautiful natural baseball swing and like a guy like reggie jackson of meiring..
"san jose" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Sixty five seventy seven in last place harry quote. The year didn't come across as great as i thought when the ear ended. It was depressing. Because i knew that was a one time thing and without a agreement that future wasn't very bright there a tendency decrease though it went from around seven hundred thirteen hundred kern never asked harry to pay that twenty five thousand dollar lease fee for the team. Okay ken writes played with the nineteen eighty-seven retired he'd had been playing junk every game. He had he's been sober since. Nineteen eighty eight and became public speaker about sobriety. Daryll scott owners should also become a public speaker about how to do your job drunk for technique. Daryll scott played four more minor league seasons but never made it back to the major league baseball his stats were good enough to make it back. How was given a lifetime ban. But then reversed. He made it back to major league baseball in nineteen ninety-one. Why not just ban him why. Well why the caveat ueberroth wanted to crack down but then a new would appeal it and there's an arbitration thing so you know went through the legal channels. He makes it back into major league baseball in nineteen ninety-one with the yankees who he played with until nineteen ninety-six. I think they won the first championship in nineteen so In that era in one thousand nine hundred. Seven steve how played on the sioux falls canaries and independent team. By a guy named harry strove. Brenda's harry steve. It changes name and was back to where he was working in baseball brought. Steve how okay he had. Harry become a scout for the san francisco giants and then owner. A general manager manager executive. He's just in the independent baseball sort of circuit right in the game on april. Twenty eight th two thousand six steve. How rolled his pickup truck in coachella california and died. The autopsy found methamphetamine in his system. He was forty eight years old. Darrell s- conyers was last seen in san bernardino california. Not a good star in two thousand eleven. He was homeless at the time. Want ever heard from him again. God mike norris made it back to the majors with oakland in nineteen ninety. He pitched fourteen games He had back surgery in two thousand and had to go on pain pills again but he seems to be doing okay he he goes to as functions and stuff so he's still kind of a guy around. Yes so that's the story of the san jose vs that is crazy. I don't think it could happen today. Yes i don't think it could either. 'cause i was going to say i would imagine i would imagine people would have turned out for those games to see those players. I do think you're right. I don't think that would happen today. But i also think the team wouldn't even happened because you get you get a different response now when you have a problem like that guy Angels who had the heroin problem hamilton..
"san jose" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Your badge feed your is bleeding lip back the beezer back i thought it would generate tons of attention as i believe in people out. It would bring people out after the game. Seven bs went to a local bar and the four drunk fans who had started the whole thing were there and they jumped the team's twenty four year old shortstop and broke his jaw. Oh shit now. I searched every newspaper from this time period. I just ice massive search newspapers. The only thing i could find about this event was in a paper was that the shortstop have been attacked on the street and was broken like they were just like he was jumped on the street. Like that was the only so the brawl isn't in their nothing about the fight at the stadium so what was really going on was. The bees weren't really news anymore. The excitement of these jug users coming together on a team had worn off the media came. They wrote stories and then they were gone. Harry thought his team would draw huge crowds. It didn't harry quote. I thought everywhere we went. There'd be three thousand four thousand people every night frankly. I was disappointed. So harry's warned out during the suspension. He decided to step down as manager and he hired to be manager japanese slap on the son of the guy who had left the first manager. Oh okay right okay. Go quick because you've got a different. It's like helpfully abandoning. The job is not genetic. Harry stays on a gym though. He's still working as gm so the players all really like harry. He started out as we said like a guy trying to make a buck but he had empathy norris quote. I love harry. Harry would have said no to me. That would have been the end of my career. The compassionate showed. I'll always love him for that. He was also giving an opportunity to marginal black players. So there's not many black players on the bench in major league. Baseball's mostly just starters and stars but on the bench. All white guys right so heroic. Yeah i mean you gotta make sure people are doing cocaine. That's right so yeah so like one of my favorite players. When i was growing up as a kid was terry whitfield and terry whitfield eventually got older and he was on the bench and so that meant he would just come in to hit a couple times a game or something like that and he was actually a great pinch hitter but the dodgers still cut him because he's again he's a black guy pinch hitters. Were almost all white guys so so he starts signing those guys he also signed ted milner but milner was floundering after thirty two games and harry and to cut him. Miller told harry he had no way to get back to l. after being cut so harry loaned him his car and told them to bring it back whenever he could. How how harry has seen so many immediate seen a bike go missing for three days because of a crack chase and he's like take my car i don't know if he'd give it to a drug i but milner was just like right. Dude played a lot and didn't have a team right. He should have signed a driver to drive them. Yeah we have a budget pinch drivers here too. We have pinch hitters pinch. Drivers harry cited. Mlb player todd cruz. Who had a history of drug problems. He told san jose. Mercury news quote. I went the devils road cocaine and alcohol. So he's still the middle season signing guys. Who are drug is right..
"san jose" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Slap you like what you do it will slap you right across the mouth no questions asked. This is obviously in stark contrast to the american players one lap. So much here is that you're gonna fight. I don't know about a japan but here we don't hit him as much. We've been slapping the players. We hit them like that. Like one day scone borrowed rights is twelve. Speak bike to go to the store and he did not come back for three days per come on what he did. He told rights he had seen a car drive by it. He just knew the people inside had cracks so he rode the bike six miles chasing them down. Apparently they had crack. He didn't come back. Wait wait wait. I'm sorry this is right. No you need more crazy so he went missing for three days because he borrowed a bike and on the bike he just had like his cracks. Spidey sense go up and he just knew. There was cracking a car. And so he on pedal crack chased his gut instinct was right and therefore he missed three days just to smoking. Crack because of his hunch. That's right his crack either way. He must have gotten crack because he was gone for three days. Right sure yeah. I mean you're going to get the shit slapped out. If ekka pike gotta crack run one day they were getting ready for a road trip and they were. The players are all coming to meet the bus in the parking lot and they had a young player nicknamed throw baby. He pulled up in the parking lot to get on the bus. He opened his car door and just fell out rolled onto the ground. His face was covered and scrapes and he was bleeding. Harry asked him what happened in throw. Babies said he had been jumped. Harry quote who knows. They fixed them up and got him on the bus. I bet you that slapped coach. Slap coaches beat. the shit out of a japanese slap. Coach is just another day in the life of the bees. I right well this one. Let's roll them in. Get them on the bus. Come on guys. We're going to weekend bernie in behind home plate. The team went to bakersfield on a road trip. While harry was suspended norris actually arrived on time and started the fourth string catcher. Used chalk from the line to make what looked like four lines of coke on the pitching rubber god so he walks out to the mound and on this little white strip. There's a lot of what looks allies coke and norris fucking laughs his ass off. He just thinks it's so funny and he's not anymore not libor harry's in the bleachers watching the game and he's wearing a shirt so local drunk siham and they start heckling and it gets worse as the game goes on share the bees here it on the field and they tell the guys to stop but the guys keep at it and after a little while they start making threats so when the game ends the bees run over towards the bleachers and climb the wall and a mass starts between a massive brawl ties between the bees the drunk fans and the security guards two security guards or hurt. Harry is under his eye. Police have to escort harry and norris to the press box to keep them safe as they do. The crowd is booing in throwing garbage out them at that moment. Harry thought quote. We are on the baseball map..
"san jose" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Harry had a san jose cop come and talk to the players about avoiding trouble in san jose. Sure at one point. The cop said quote. There's this bar. Pj's it's on market about four blocks in the stadium if there's one place in town you don't wanna go. Whoa who cop. What is he doing. That is the worst way to. What does it mean. Honestly there's a place where you can party. I'm going to tell you where it is and how to get there now. Easy it is to go in. That's what you don't wanna go gentlemen. Let's exactly what he did three days later. Harry is driving the restaurant. Pj's let's go there. And i saw basically. Everyone of their cars was in the parking lot that that was their hang up for the rest of the year. I'd damage the cubs. Just that would like a pizza hut wild. Don't you guys go to that. Pizza hut on fifth. That is a wild pizza a couple of weeks into the season foster in norris so they keep coming late still even though he got the car right and got foster on the team. They're sticking to be honest. You're gonna be pretty pissed off if you signed a player just for his car and it has not relieved. The situation hasn't helped at all. It has not one bit. You know what. I think we need to do is hire a watchman for the driver. Dad what just signed another guy who can't play to watch the driver who drives me so norris keeps missing starts like he's supposed to start pitching on the day. He comes a couple of minutes for the game and they have to have someone else pitch right so they a couple weeks and they come late again. He's got a case of the dell's that's right. Harry calls foster and his office and he cuts. He cuts foster. Okay so norris comes on right after. And he tells harry. That foster is one of the biggest gangsters in oakland. He's like did you just cut one of the baddest mother fuckers on earth. I mean this is making like talent decisions. Well you'd better stop now. This is not remotely true okay. He's just telling you that. Okay the next day foster came back to harry's office and he's crying quote..
"san jose" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Own. What's next sunflower. seeds for. Eighty rights is an amazing fielder. Golden glove nine hundred seventy five and nineteen seventy seven. He said in major league baseball record for fewest errors by a third baseman. They nicknamed the sam bony cleaned. Everything up oh boy. Well that was yeah also took a lot of snow in nineteen seventy eight. He was in the locker room and the guy next to him pulled out a vial in rights asked what it was. The guy said co quote. Let me try that and off. he went. I can't believe. I can't believe how after school specially these moments really are like like like film films in school would make me think how it would happen. You know would be like this. It's cocaine do you want to try some and i'd be like i will try some of your cocaine like it's just seems very sterile scripted. It is it's totally one hundred percent. It has that feel and they all have that story of. What is that is cocaine. Do you want to ruin your life. It yes. I tried to ruin my life. Some of that So he he. He moves around from team to team in chicago. He met the same guy who traded memorabilia for drug so this guy's all over major league baseball the memorabilia guy. Nice jacket you wanna line writes. That guy got hooked on pills. So he's taken everything has marriage ends. He drinks all the time one day in chicago. After eight. two day speed binge. He was driving and he thought a stranger was hiding in his backseat. Jot out about a shotgun and just started shooting the car. Jesus christ you mentioned seeing that there'd be amazing to see my jacket what how do i. What should i mark this on ways. It says there. I would just construction. Just do construction or vehicle pulled off to the side so rights goes to rehab but his career is tells no one no one wants him and then his dad mentioned the san jose and rights became the oldest player on the bees. And the captain quote. Harry was the all queen. Harry was the only one in all of baseball willing to give me a fourth second chance. Well yeah when rights got there..
"san jose" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Okay the cyber lions what the what the lines did was they sent five players and twenty five thousand dollars to cover the players costs and then in one thousand nine hundred eighty three eighty four. That went up to fifty thousand dollars a year. The bees finish in last place in a. I'm sorry not threatening it is. It's not great. It's it's not threatening. So they finished the san jose moss the finishing last place in eighty three hundred. Forty five okay. America is in the ronald reagan drug war hysteria year's best us. We've had nancy. Reagan is pushing her ridiculous. Just say no campaign. Which if you don't know what it is. It means that we just tell children not drugs. It worked dares very active in california kids to try drugs that campaign work for me. Well it certainly helped us with marijuana that stuff as people deserve life sentences for that anyway after his success running the olympics in nineteen eighty-four peter ueberroth became the major league baseball commissioner. Okay so you breath. You don't know he's he was. He was like the savior of the eighty-four olympics. But he's actually a total right wing douchebag so he decided to crack down on drugs in baseball hard. Every employee in baseball was randomly drug tested from the owners to the secretaries to the bad boys except for the players. Can i make sense because if that boy not in if the bat boys are on drugs people are going to get the wrong bats. That's players are on drugs nobody cares. That's correct. Nobody pays attention to the players. Perfect perfect system. We want drugs out of these. Athletes are tested. Everybody who's been around him. So cocaine was big with the players. We we talked about this in the pittsburgh. Pirates episode. Tim raines was doing great player. Played for montreal. Was doing coke in the dugout bathroom. During games kept cocaine in his back pocket and he was known for sliding i the reason he started sliding headfirst into bases was because he didn't want his cocaine to come out or the bag to break in his pocket. Now now people probably are like. How do you know when you have a cocaine problem when it changes your sliding form. How hard is it to get another pocket or put it in the dugout log on you. Are you doing lines on like out there. Let's meet at second base. And we'll do above lonnie smith when the team would travel. He got socks. That had pockets in them so you can put his coke in his pockets. Churn the sockets no problem. Great the pittsburgh pirates cocaine scandal had blown up in one thousand nine hundred five. They were now testifying. In court cases other players are being arrested and suspended for doing coke so ueberroth said of major league baseball..
"san jose" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"One a year of our lord. Jesus christ james cameron. Oh damn i know jaycee hazo creative one since late. It is peter. Kern was a thirty four year old nursing home Living in ohio. Okay and a nine hundred eighty one. He bought a minor league california baseball team. Okay that's just you know the these. Have the baseball. Have a track record lot a lot of stuff going on swapping d- rock-throwing firetruck chasing. There can be a lot in a basement one invented. that's right. The san jose missions were bought for sixty five thousand dollars. The san jose missions as the name of the team. That is a clunky. I already have a note for the team for the. It's called the missions. Are they going to be like as christian baseball team. No no he just bought. The is preposterous okay. I don't like it. We're the missions. It's the journeys is terrible. Name terrible day. We're the maps with zehr francisco maps so the team signed a date very quickly signed a player development contract with the montreal. Expos of major league. Baseball montreal's a team that plays in the top biggest league the pros so they have them. Yeah so they're going to now be what's known as a forum team this means. They'll help to develop young astro player. So it's like kids are just starting out or guys that are working on stuff. Yeah people aren't ready for. The expos are now part of the missions offense right so they're no longer called. They're no longer called after. They're no longer called the missions. Now they're the san jose expos look better so i'll explain how this works for their so. There's major league. Baseball teams h. Each major league. Baseball team has a bunch of lower teams playing below it where they have players. They hope are going to turn into major league baseball players. And there's three levels there's aaa there's double a. and there's a aaa the best and the down at the very bottom. There are the teams scrappers. The new kids rob players. This is the level of the san jose expos. Okay.
"san jose" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
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Pedro Gomez, longtime ESPN baseball reporter, dies at 58
"You didn't play the game, but he wrote about it and talked about it was well respected. Steve, we've lost a good one. Oh, man, I was I was rocked. When I heard this news yesterday, The baseball world was rocked the former San Jose Mercury News writer and Long time ESPN Baseball correspondent Pedro Gomez died suddenly yesterday afternoon at his home in the Phoenix area. At the age of 58 covered the A's for both The Sacramento Bee in the center is a Mercury News in the 19 nineties, was a national baseball writer for the Arizona Republic from 97 03 until he joined the ESPN is a baseball reporter and did that job marvelously for the last 18 years, survived. By his wife, Sandra, two sons and a daughter. One of those sons, 26 year old Rio is a minor league pitcher for the Boston Red Sox out of the University of Arizona. Um, accolades the words of support for his family that he left behind coming in from all over baseball, including many baseball players, and this is unusual, Astros third baseman Alex Bregman, said Pedro Gomez, a great man. Brewers outfielder Christian yell, It said. Heartbreaking news always enjoy the conversations every time he'd come through the clubhouse, and Giants left hander Alex Wood said. He was one of the kindness and most genuine people you would ever come across in our game. We were all better off for knowing him. Personally and professionally. Howard Bryant, the longtime baseball author, said when he was a 24 year old, covering high school sports for the Oakland Tribune, he was assigned. Today's White Sox game had never been In a major league clubhouse or press box before the game was tied 11 in the ninth. Dennis Eckersley comes in, gives up a two run homer to lose the game. The headline the next morning said it blows another save AIDS lose well, he hadn't blown the safe. Tony LaRussa Rance in the clubhouse that ex morning and starts yelling Who the F is Howard Bryant. And nobody spoke up on his behalf until Pedro Gomez did. He didn't know Howard Bryant at all. And he said, Tony, Jesus, you know, we don't write the headlines. Leave the kid alone. Why are you embarrassing him? That was Pedro
One Thing Millennials Aren't Killing? Public Transportation
"Millennials are often blamed for killing things. You know like gulf mayonnaise vacations marriage. It's almost become a cliche. Well there is one. Many millennials and their younger counterparts in gen z save public transportation urban living concern for the environment and a lack of romanticism. About cars are some other reasons why. Npr's mvp has more. There's one word that twenty four year old michelle. Santa maria keeps using when she talks about public transit. I feel like it's so cute. it's just cute. it's so cute. i think it's cute. I mean it's clear that for her. Public transportation is about a lot more than just getting from point a to point b. santa. Maria is one of the many millennials who aren't as car crazy as their parents generation. She belongs to a facebook group called. And brace yourself. It's a mouthful. New urbanism seems for transit oriented teens. The acronym is numb tots. Which is what they call themselves. There are more than two hundred thousand members. And they share funny posts but also debate transportation policies and fantasize about a world in which nobody needs a car but the pandemic has crushed that dream across the country drop in ridership have led to budget cuts and service rollbacks which means a lot of trains and buses are coming less frequently. If at all said the honest it's infuriating in a way. William clark is also a number top. He's twenty five years old and lives in philadelphia. He worries about transit workers as well as the commuters who ride buses and subways not because they love them but because they don't have a choice because when you reduce the amount of service you have to pack more people onto your vehicles at least a higher possibility of contract code. It's actually pretty scary. He works from home now. But he's trying to support the system in other ways. He's a member of a transit. Riders union in philadelphia where he advocates for the needs of writers in the city. Who might not be able to make public meetings across the country. Twenty five year old. Alex lee is advocating for transit. In san jose california he got himself elected to the state legislature and appointed to the transportation committee. If you start putting transit then you're really hurting the people that depend on it. Most people who don't have access to cars or people who rely on these little life against soon for work and lobbies are essential workers twenty-seven-year-old tens and trump used to be one of those essential workers. He was an icu nurse until he moved to vermont in burlington mason wide. And here's the other thing. It's the middle of january. We just had a snowfall and biplane is just as clear as any road. He left in part because he feared for his life biking on the streets and the commute on the subway could take as long as three hours. So what numb tots like him. Think about the new. Us president whose nickname after all is amtrak. Joe and who's appointed a millennial people judge as transportation secretary some are hopeful but ciampo is not impressed is actually millennial. He seems ancient. Let me look at this age. I'm fairly certain that he is to get on my phone and be like. Oh dang is he we google it and it turns out buddha. Judge is thirty nine so so i guess he counters but it doesn't think like a millennial no i don't i don't think so compel thinking like a millennial means not thinking like a politician like those politicians from previous generations who promised major upgrades to public transit systems and never delivered a peasley npr
Saad scores twice, Avalanche rout Sharks 7-3
"Three quick first period goals and Colorado on its way to a seven to three blow out of the sharks after spotting San Jose a one nothing lead they have lit the lamp three times in three minutes and six seconds one of the tallies from Brandon Saad when Colorado scored twice early in the second period that was enough to get sharks goaltender Martin Jones pulled son went on to score a second goal and Cale Makar added three assists to drop a crowded avalanche stat sheet Bruce Morton Denver
Verizon Business CEO on how 5G can solve the problems exposed by COVID-19
"Thomas driving is on the topic of one ahead. Our companies have been testing it for a while. I think they'll the lockdown. But the social distancing status quo has made the idea of the self driving car former attractive. Here's how five helping to make a time. Striving more reality yes. This is one that i could visualize. I think about the difference between a four environment. Gene i did we talk about this for a long time. When will come to. Fruition will be real. We're seeing this being tested today in pockets throughout the country. And it's not just for driverless. Vehicles thomas eagles. It's also drones. Iii sauce announced this week. Work that we're doing with. Ups on jaw hit ability. When you think about four g Urine at a time of the world today in a forge ecosystem. You want clear the harm front of you on your clearances about four inches. They sung lazy kicked very inefficient to eat assistance. Because you bet latency Attended mills Also used to find yourself in environment where you've got four foot clearance to the carn- primarily because the low lazy kimberly allows that we're having conversations with cities of around the contrary to really understand their planning cycle. Talked about san jose this week at. Cbs in work. We're doing with them. Generally bills smart city capabilities. You build a smart city capability. Five g capability of low latency and bandwidth capability ability for the signals to travel at sea allows a barrier differentiated in a very real experience for smart cities or thomas vehicles and for jobs kicker to be very real as you think about the ups deliver against the demand that they have for home. Delivery drones will played important part of that worry. See not in project and testing. Come faster than you imagine. Because we're finding new in different ways to use power a and how much work has been directly inspired by what's been going on over the last year and in all these solutions are they quick fixes of the problems that we've seen exposed now or solutions that can be applied to society of the long term. I believe tree pandemic everyone was talking about digital transformation and we talked to that everybody will go through digital transformation. Everybody's planning board. What we've seen over. The last month is real time her information. When you're in the middle of a crisis we gotta see patients. They can't come into an office. Got to educate kids and they can't come into school environment when he watery magin entertainment. We've found all kinds of ways with the bronco system to reimagine. And i really do believe that. We've cut three four five years off of the planning cycle going from planning for digital transformation actually deployed digital transformation with our customers is. They're beginning to see possibilities of five jeep whether it's in our lab environments whether it's in cities were of actual diet deployed it's just creating warm more sheer yossi non-commitment to accelerate transformation. It's one of the reasons why i'm really excited about the work that we've done with. Aws in huge. His wouldn't rule that out. Is we now have developers access to whatever it is. They're developing they wanna pull in the power. Uwb work done with edge. The he do that through the normal process that they follow near all cyclone. So we're really bribing out crazy all kinds of exposure to what's possible and if we're truly power five g received look celebrate the potential and identification of those solutions igloos accelerated lead accelerate. 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Kyrou's goal lifts Blues to 5-4 comeback win over Sharks
"Jordan Cairo's goal with nine thirty two remaining in the third period steps up four four tie it leads the blues past the sharks by before St Louis also getting a pair of goals by Justin Faulk who likes this team's speed I think we're trying to play quick we have a lot of skill at the same time but do you can jump in the Russian and we got some young guys I can skate pretty well so I think that benefits us and if we can play quick and and put teams on their heels that's huge and makes it tough on the other guys Brady chin in my coffin also scored for St Louis Logan couture scored twice for San Jose while Brent burns and Kevin Labanc scored once each toward admitting ten wins in net with Devin Dubnyk taking the loss my grievance St Louis
New COVID-19 variant found in Bay Area linked to Kaiser outbreak
"And state officials have announced concerns over a new variant of the Corona virus called L 452 are that they've detected in Northern California, Max Pringle reports. Santa Clara County officials said The new variant was found in the Kaiser San Jose outbreak that recently infected dozens of people. Santa Clara County Health director Dr Sarah Cody said the variant doesn't appear to be more serious than the more common strain. We do not have any signals at this point that this variant is associated with anything else, such as increased severity of illness, although will we? Of course, we're certainly looking for any signals at to see if that that would be emerging. Dr Charles to was a virologist in professor of laboratory medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. He said. Tests show the new strain made up about 4% of samples back in mid December, Chu said the data is incomplete and more work needs to be done. He said. It indicated officials are concerned about whether the vaccines will be as effective against the variant. There is some worry that this this is one of those variants that because it's in the very critical region of the virus called the spike Protein, and then the binding site they receptor binding domain of the spike protein there is with with all mutations in that particular region. There is a concern that is there in Will there be an effect or is there an effect on the vaccine? Choose that The variant was first identified in Alameda County last May. He said, along with Santa Clara, the new strain has turned up and other urban counties such a San Francisco and more rural counties like Mono and Lake. State Health officials are working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, local public health departments and laboratory sequencing partners. And learn more about the variant and how it spreads. State health officials said. Quote. It's too soon to know if this variant will spread more rapidly than others. Officials say the best protection remains mask wearing social distancing in hand washing.
2020s MedTech Innovation Winner with Paul Grand of MedTech Innovator
"Hey welcome back. Outcomes rocket listeners and viewers glad you have tune in again today. I have the privilege of having to guests one. He's a repeat offender here on the podcast. A good friend of mine paul grand. He's the founder and ceo medic innovator. They're the premier nonprofit accelerator in the metric industry that really seeks to improve the lives of patients by advancing companies poised to transform the healthcare system and also on the podcast. We have annalisa samarra. She's the c o rayo's who will actually the winner of midtech challenge and we're gonna dive into how that happened. And what that means but misnomer brings over twenty years experience working with startups in different capacities including biomedical research. Venture capital technology transfer operations and more in. Her interest is leaning startups. It really stems from ortho. Cell technologies a medical device company. She co founded in two thousand five obviously is passionate about making healthcare. Better hydrocephalus is what she's tackling with radios and you'll learn a little bit more about what they're doing at that company through annalisa so i wanna just start off by thanking both of you for being with us today. Thank you for having a saw It's great to be back on the outcomes rocket and it gets some time with you as always so. Let's check guys. It was a long run. We were together in february. In fact paul annalisa like we were in the same room. We recorded some interviews. It was fun. The energy was high and here. We are in october. And you know it's eight months later. The contest is over. Why don't you give us a summary of what happened paul. And some highlights and then we could lead into annalisa and and some of her insights sure yet. Thanks saw i mean. It's hard to believe that was eight months ago in some ways it seems like two months ago in some ways it seems like three years ago all the events the pandemic and everything. It's been happening since then. We are fortunate to be there in chicago or in person right before things got bad with covid and we had to go fully virtual on rested at road tour. So yeah what's happened to between we went through the process of evaluating over a thousand companies meeting with a couple of hundred person. We then move onto an incredibly fruitful. But you know challenging in many ways program where we do what we do every year arena. We find all this incredible companies. We partner them up with some of the leading strategic and providers and other people in our industry as mentors and advisors and we run this program that we typically do. We've been doing now for six years as a virtual accelerator but we depend on a lot of big in person events as well so that one february is one of the last ones that we got to do this year in person and we had to do everything else virtually but when incredibly well we selected fifty companies in our main program who were part of the primary toward and then we had another twelve companies on top of that that were just part of pediatric. Track for fifteen companies total that were part of the pediatric program and we had another twenty companies in asia pacific so Running a lot of stuff A lot of programs. And it's literally nonstop. Since i you in bed worry. Having taken a break there's the notifications has been no arrest. I haven't been reorganized and finally get vacation though. I mean it's over right or well. No i Was the first weekend actually kind of rest. A little bit still running that asia-pacific program that runs for another month until it's finals and we saw value competition coming up value word during midtech strategist conference in november. So we had a lot more to do still an. We're opening up applications for mid second beater. But i guess the last thing. I'll say when and we can dig into some more details that we've managed to pull it all off we slough some radical companies. Who just blew us away this year. Not only as they always do with their technology in their teams more passion and the way in which they're coming things being able to do that during a pandemic was kind of clean boggling. At how well these dumpings are executing you know no one is like hanging up their shingle and saying well and to go Go to start a farm or something. During the pandemic everybody is just executing and finding creative ways to do that and some have been accelerated as a result. So it's been tremendous were thrilled. I wish i could say it was time for vacation but i'll get one eventually. That's awesome man. I mean to work through the pandemic and in february i mean none of this pandemic was even in sight. I mean at least for me. I was like we were running. We were having a great time over there. Shaking hands and hugging. It wasn't until right. It was only a couple of weeks later that it's right like looking getting a little wider. What we're staying here and starting to look at each other going to keep doing this stuff you know in person. I remember the very beginning of march. We had another event at ucla and And people were that event. We're gonna look around going like. Is this totally separate. One of our partners didn't come to that event because they said that their corporate headquarters at stop travel and we thought that was really strange. Where like you can't fly from san jose to l. a. This is crazy by a week later. Like i was doing so the big one was when hams cancelled. Yeah oh wow. That was the real.
NCAA Men's 2021 March Madness Will Take Place In A Bubble In Indiana
"This spring sixty eight. Men's basketball teams from colleges and universities across the country will gather at indianapolis for march madness that includes athletes coaches and staff along families and press. The organizers goal is to create a bubble similar to what the nba did over the summer. Indianapolis was already set to host the final four this year which nc double a senior vice president of basketball. Dan gavitt says made it a logical choice. We knew when we made the decision to come to one geographic location. Having as many of those venues in the city of indianapolis in marion county in particular was important for the health costs to be very similar. Gavitt says the city's long history of hosting sporting events should help the. Ncaa is headquartered here in the city. And there's enough venues. Hotels and transportation teams will stay in the four downtown hotels all connected to lucas oil stadium. One of the six sites to be used for games but the move will likely be a financial blow to cities that were set to host some of the games this year including lexington dallas dayton and san jose. The decision is welcome news for the indiana lodging association. It's president patrick. Tam says last year it's all twenty percent of restaurants permanently close and two thirds of the hotels facing bankruptcy. Now news is is indicative of the best news for hotels since march. This is tremendous news for a lot of people that have been out of work or they now be called and talked with end. The demand for rooms could increase the nc double a. decides to allow fans to attend at a time when indiana's averaging more than seventy deaths per day from covert nineteen university of california berkeley epidemiologist. John's schwartzberg says is important to put public health before sports news standpoint. There's every reason recent plan for it if they have to have every reason for cancelling it is. Things aren't fanatically but state and local officials like governor. Eric holcomb argue. That india can handle thousands of guests. And keep them safe will have the place spruced up and ready to go. Just like we do for the indy. Five hundred just like we do for final four. This is the only time that i hope this ever happens. And i say that. As the potential host of all these gains college basketball's march madness is scheduled to start march sixteenth and run through april fifth for npr news. I'm samantha horton in
ER staffer dies amid virus outbreak possibly linked to costume
"Meanwhile, in ER staffer is dead after a covert outbreak in a California hospital following a Christmas celebration. An emergency room employee has died after a coronavirus outbreak led to dozens of staff members in the department testing positive for the coronavirus. The outbreak at the Kaiser Permanente San Jose Emergency Department has infected at least 43 staff members over the past week. Investigators are trying to determine if the sudden spread was caused by an employee who warned inflatable Christmas costume of the First the department on Christmas. The hospital says the outbreak began soon after the holiday
An inflatable Christmas costume may have spread coronavirus particles at a California hospital, potentially infecting 44 employees
"In some states are experiencing hospital outbreaks in records for new cases and deaths are being reported in North Carolina, Arizona and here in California, where AH holiday event may have sparked a terrible outbreak among health care workers 43 emergency room staffers at Kaiser Hospital in San Jose have tested positive after an employee show. Would up on Christmas day wearing an air powered costume investigators say it's possible the fan inside that costume may have spread infected air droplets all over the hospital. Another hospital outbreak to tell you about in Washington State 30 patients at the Peace Health Medical Center in Vancouver got the virus after they were admitted for other health issues here in Los Angeles. Doctors and nurses are overwhelmed. Some hospitals are turning into morgues and a number of funeral homes say they are being so inundated with bodies there. Having to turn family's away. It's Claudia Cowan with Fox News, According to Johns Hopkins University, the U. S has had more than 20 million cases of Corona virus so far. All right. Ah, ah, they're
Interview With Shuttle Carrier Aircraft Pilot Ace Beall
"Show. I'm joined today by ace spiel. If you've ever seen the pictures or the videos of a seven forty seven carrying the space shuttle on its back aces the guy flying that he's a nasa pilot. It's really cool having you with us today as thank you so much for being with us. Thank you george. It's a real pleasure being here. Thanks for having me. You're willing to tell us how you got your start in aviation well. My interest probably probably started with my dad who is a world war two pilots who have six hell cats in the pacific right. He was a fighter. Ace jot down. Seven zero sank destroyer so that that probably would what's first introduced me aviation muscle lived in the san francisco bay area and i can always. We could see quite often from where we live going up. Point the final approach for san francisco international airport. So i've really enjoyed watching the airplanes. Come in and that just kind of got me interested in aviation basically so i assume that with your dad as an ace after the war where people were there a lot of adulation or was it kind of a a normal thing to be ace. Well i don't think it was a normal thing. I think a lot of people were proud of it for that but but as time went on it became something more within the family that you know we we. We knew he was guy we thought of him as kind of a hero in his flying endeavors and listening to stories was a lot of fine. You know sure so. Wendy take your first flying lesson first. Flying lesson in nineteen sixty. Seven is my first year in college. I graduated from high school. And i was interested in the asian so i wasn't sure you know exactly what i was going to study. The only college in california that offered a four year degree in in Aviation was san jose state but that was in business administration the the college of san mateo community college. They had a two year. Course that specialized the end basic training to be a pilot studied aerodynamics amex navigation in urology and stuff in in in one of the three hundred courses was actually forty hours of flying a cessna down to san carlos airport so i thought this is the perfect way to get going and so i enrolled in that program guy solo to november of nineteen sixty seven eighteen. Okay now did you. Did you collect ratings right away. After that i got my private and the course led to a commercial a rating but after about the first three semesters i kinda realizing that. This is really what i want to do. My goal is to become an airline pilot. And i knew it'd be an airline pilot. That i was gonna actually need my adp. And soft. and i was going to need to accumulate. You know quite a bit of experience. So i kind of decided you know. I'm not going to spend any more money trying to get my commercial because right now. Let's talk to serve me. 'cause i plan on getting a bachelor's degree us like to go into the military base. Oh okay so where did you go to get your bachelor's. I ended up at san francisco state university. I got my bachelors in mathematics. And then you went there were you in. Rotc not was it. Ninety day wonder and ots officer training school. At lackland in san antonio. So i i graduated from college. In june of seventy two and two weeks later. I went out to san antonio and started into your ot s for a for ninety days and they were gonna pound with training. Poetry was up. Advance up in enid. Oklahoma and i enjoy them quite a bit. It was the i found all came fairly naturally and easy the advantage of already abbot close to two hundred hours of flying time so i knew all the basics basically so it was you know i. I really have good pilots right. I felt for the guys really haven't or part wasn't that tough
2020 Was A Record Breaking Year For Gun Related Deaths In The U.S.
"On the last day of 2020 at least 20 people was shot and killed in the United States. Among them. One was a teenager in Philly. Another man was killed in San Jose, California, A 75 year old was shot in Richmond, Virginia, and a man and a woman were found shot dead inside their vehicle in Louisville, Kentucky. Those deaths and a record breaking year for gun homicides in America. According to the gun Violence archive, a total of it least 19,223 people lost their lives to the gun violence in 2020. That's in almost 25% jump from the year before.
Kaiser Emergency Room in San Jose Center of COVID-19 Outbreak After 43 Staff Members Test Positive
"43 emergency staff members at Kaiser Permanente and San Jose of tested positive for covert 19 over the past week, and a statement sent to KCBS Kaiser officials say the infected staff members tested positive between December 27th of January 1st. Kaiser says it's investigating how the outbreak occurred. But officials tell the San Francisco Chronicle that a staff member did appear briefly in the ER on Christmas. Wearing an air powered costume, saying that if any exposure stemmed from that it would have been quote in assent and quite accidental. As the person wearing the costume had no coded symptoms and showed up toe lift the spirits of people
Dallas’ new police chief will be Eddie Garcia, the first Latino to lead the department
"Has a new chief of police, the first Hispanic chief in the city's history. Eddie Garcia, the recently retired 50, year old police chief from San Jose, California, has been named to the position. You've been with the San Jose force for 28 years and had been the chief of the past five years. He replaced his chief Rene Hall, who announced her resignation earlier this year. City leaders and police say Garcia's work is cut out for him since Dallas is experiencing record violent crime rates lately. W
"san jose" Discussed on Toure Show
"It's such an honor to talk to you because you are my mom's favorite singer thing. She's gonna die when she hears this conversation. And i grew up hearing you know dino the way to san jose and walk on by all those hits all the time 'cause dionne warwick was her girl <hes>. And i wanna talk about all that. You're saying that absolutely i really wanted to talk about music because i think that you are a legend and you know a master and i wanna hear what a master thinks about the thing that they have amassed so much knowledge on. Just what do you. What do you love about singing. What do you love about it. I liked it. Sounds their civil <hes>. What nick's how you make me feel it's <hes>. Very tangible kind of <hes>. Of being i think <unk>. Living being music is some people say that when they get in the midst of the song and they're leading the band and they get to that high point in the song they sort of feel like they're flying like do you feel like that i. I don't know how to describe <hes>. What i'm feeling at the time. I'm doing a particular song moments where i'm hoping i can reach that high note so thinking i'm sorry is not really of the essence at that moment in times times each were has addictive feeling a defining ocean. And that's the vote and <hes>. So i think which is the reason. I don't sing that song. Same twice and sequoia bad. I got up on that day. And had i happen to be feeling found is saying that. What do you think separates you as a singer. What do you think it is that has made you. You know it's so great and so special for so long. Because like i said you know if you're an athlete you say well you know i can shoot really well from beyond the three point line or i can defend really well or like what aspect of singing. Do you do really well that you think keeps audiences coming back <hes>. I guess my consistency. That i i'm seeing some searchable that people have grown to love over the years as much as i have and was expected of me <hes>. I've not <hes>. Abandoned who. I am musically which is something that made very clear to me that thank goodness. She hadn't so doubt to doing other things or trying to do something that we would march do in any event. No would i have a desire to. I kind of like me and like what i do. So it's it's easy for me to be consistently dionne <hes>. I guess that's it. Yeah i need charge.
"san jose" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Seven Doreen won primary custody of their son Paul with little argument for Mike who agreed to have him on the weekends. Mike adored his son. But couldn't seem to get over the divorce. Doreen. Moved on. In nineteen seventy nine, she married a local carpet store owner. Herbert. And with three year old. Paul. Moved into Charles House. On November twenty sixth of that same year. The two welcomed their first child together. A daughter. Deanna Herbert. Mike lived about six blocks from the urban home. And would come to the House to pick up Paul on the weekends for his visits. But.
"san jose" Discussed on A's Plus
"Of You know who's the next wave of players that can help out next year in terms of you know. Maybe they're gonNA w triple A. and then. You know really getting and some of these you know some of these other guys and and taking a longer look at. Those. There's obviously money invested in place on and. not as much in in. Walvis but. You know he's he certainly an attractive looking young player who? Is Really Open some eyes. It's absolutely fascinating I. You know I have to say I've never heard a minor league coaches minor league development. People Rave about any player as the way I hear, you're people. Talk About Nick. Alan it really is. It's extraordinarily. We've seen him in bigly camp now. And obviously. On, a smaller side that the defensive skills really off the charts. He's funny. Hit ground balls do every day. He really really is you know, and and sometimes he can, he can do so. Many things athletically throw on the run of an arm angles and. You know sometimes just like. Hey, nick! Week we get. You can do that, but you know it's okay to Kinda just set your feet, and so it nice little. Hit the guy in the chest. That's that's okay, too. So even though he has all those different plays in his bag. We really want him to be. You know as fundamentalist possible, and and you know when he does what he doesn't need to make those plays just set your feet and use your good arm strength. His hands are phenomenal. Speed work really good. And so he's been. He's been fun to watch Namche. The hardest part of all of this for you has been. What do you do with all? These other guys who are not in the player pool camp and just out there on their own How do you handle that? You're most most of your minor league. Staff has been furloughed had do you stay in contact to have different people staying in contact with your minor leaguers that are scattered around the country? Making sure guys are working out, do you? Give them ideas about what to do, do you just Kinda hope a? How are you handling all this? Because we're talking about dozens and dozens of players that are just kind of out there on their own right now. Yeah. It's obviously not an ideal situation early from.
"san jose" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal
"On this podcast draws the line at huntly yours podcast Jamile dot com or give us a call at eight, zero, four, six, eight, four, one, six, four, four, this marked episode number four, and we will be taking an in depth look at the U. Winchester. House in San Jose California guys in cows. Let me just jump right here. This this place in particular is on my bucket list of places to investigate. It's always fascinated me I. I absolutely have to see this place before. I. Part ways with this lovely life online. Winchester Mystery House is just one of those places that you have to see. Needless to say, it's going on the bucket list. Author Bram Stoker throat there are mysteries which men can only guess at which age by age they may only solve and park. Some mysteries such as this. Drew in the likes of Harry. Houdini. In Nineteen, twenty four, he gave in to the lower and visited imagine that was a rambling puzzle of Carnival funhouse type quirks that could perplex even the smartest mortals. The Mansion was located at five twenty five South Winchester Boulevard right in the heart of present day. California's Silicon Valley. Typically unknown magician by Trade Houdini was dedicated at this point in his life to debunking what he considered to be a play of fake mediums. The mass of State even though it had partially been demolished by the Great San Francisco or nineteen o six found, it's haunting reputations very much intact fun fact as a result of the earthquake come the house went from seven to four stories high. Not even a master magician such as Houdini could shake the feeling that something inside the walls up that place was just playing. houdini would later dub the building winchester mystery? House. After the late Sarah Winchester, of course, they secretive millionaire clues who built the house and lived in it until her death in one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, two. There have been over twelve million visitors to the house. Sarah Winchester passed away nowadays a history museum and paranormal attraction the winchester mystery. House has gone on to inspire a slew of novels even a new horror movie winchester, which stars Helen Mirren as the main character, the reclusive heir to a massive fortune. As I've seen the film I can say. One it's. Or? And to the film gives you a good look at the house. And it definitely makes you want to learn more about it. When asked if she thought the house was indeed haunted actress Helen Mirren stated that she was a skeptic. She did go on to say though if it is haunted I feel it is haunted by something very benign. I feel sort of a grades How shall I put I? Feel a sweetness in the house. Not a horror. There's a sweetness in it. If it is haunted by something, it's something sweet. You. The Story of Sarah Winchester. is as follows. Born, in eighteen forty Shubert. Grew up in a world of privilege. She attended the best schools and Spook four different languages she married well and had herself a little girl in her late twenties. Unfortunately. Tragedy Befell Sarah as she lost her daughter Anne to Marasmus at six weeks old. She was absolutely devastated much like any mother would in that situation. Then almost a decade. Later she lost her husband William to Berkeley close in eighteen eighty one. C Loss. The both of them to disease her husband and her child, and she was never really quite the same after that. Sarah Winchester went onto inherent more than twenty million dollars roughly five, hundred, million dollars in today's currency. As if that was an she received fifty percent ownership of the winchester repeating arms company from her husband that right there guys give her an income of roughly one thousand dollars per day. Anybody want to figure out what that is today go ahead. I encourage you do the math. It's twenty thick twenty, six, thousand dollars a day. That's what it equals out to roughly. Incredible. That's all I can say. I know some people who don't even make that in entire year. Well well, this kind of wealth hunter hands. Mrs. Winchester. Could do just about anything she wanted. Now she was living in a time where a lot of people were turning to spiritualism as a way of dealing with grief. Typically more European in nature this took off in the United States just after the civil war. Grieving wives and mothers were looking for ways to contact today, contact the dead to see if they weren't peace. Make Sense. There was nothing wrong with it. Most people considered it to be a normal thing. Sarah Winchester actually turned to a Boston medium that told her during a seance that she should leave her home in New Haven Connecticut and Travel West to California. There she must find a home to live in in never stopped building on. She must accommodate all those who had died as the result of winchester. Rifles. The words were allegedly spoken through the medium by Sarah's William, who said his wife needed to do this or live the rest of her life? By those who can't move on? Before we know at Winchester had pack your bags and a trip to California was underway. Sources for the most part thing that due to a rough battle with depression a much needed change of scenery wasn't order. There are those who were close to Ruben seeing a different tune. However, they say that Sarah was under the distinct impression that she was being plagued by spirits of those died because of winchester rifles, the only way to appease them was to move and build a house big enough with them all. The Jay doper desires came into not too long after an e bedroom unfinished farmhouse in these Santa Clara Valley out in California she bought it right away in the building commenced. The best carpenters were sought out and worked on the House twenty four hours a day until it became a monstrous seven storey mansion. And architect was never hired strangely enough and the. Construction was always done rather awkwardly hazardously I guess you could say. The the home contained numerous oddities because of the such as doors and stairs that lead to nowhere windows overlooking other rooms. Many. Accounts attribute these oddities to Winchester's belief in Gos-. By the turn, the century Mrs Winchester had spared no expense for her ghostly mansion and had ruled out twenty four thousand square feet, two thousand doors, one hundred, sixty rooms, thirteen bathrooms, seventeen chimneys, forty-seven fireplaces, fifty two skylights, ten thousand windows, six kitchens, two basements, three elevators, and let's not forget the gorgeous faux grain stained funhouse interior. Contractors who worked on the House during its Heyday reported that Sarah was holding seances on a daily basis local mediums in the area her objective you might wonder to get in touch with the good spirits out there.
"san jose" Discussed on The Outliers
"Is kind of it's almost comical one of the most popular ghost stories coming out of San Jose area is probably the Quimby Road Jogger Oh yeah I think I've remember reading something about like a while ago you probably did re something about it because I I when I looked this up I saw on the Internet like I think it was newspapers that had done stories about it but so you probably did something about it let's see number very credible witnesses have reported seeing Isley figure jogging along Quimby road at night some say that it he appears midnight while others say that he appears as soon as it starts getting dark when thing that most witnesses agree on is that his wearing those tiny jogging shorts I'm just kidding that the jugaris dentist the jogger spots them he will stop and stare at them for a short while before resuming his nightly job Nobody's quite sure who he is or why he is still jogging even after death the I read of firsthand account of this online people said they were on the road and it's probably the part because you know down by Lawrence but by Lawrence in Saratoga that's where quimby wrote back think basically starts or ends depending on how you look at it but that's like more populated area I guess you gotta go up more or South more I guess it would be to get to like a desolate area of the road but I read a firsthand account online about people who said they seem the jogger past them and then like they thought it was really weird that he didn't do anything except job by him in he apparently had no where he was going and then they turn to walk again and they like walk the same way they were walking and no more than like five minutes later they seem the same exact jogger running down the same direction that's kind of trip yeah but so at least you've you've heard of more of these than I have that's weird four more left next there's a school Del Mar High School apparently is haunted really yeah I had no idea the hunting is the hunting dates back to before the school was even built allegedly yeah a boy was murdered by his best friend back in nineteen forty two on the spot where the athletic field now is Jesus horrible this explains why students and staff lack of reported seeing a boy running up and down the bleachers at the side of the field there's also been reports of disembodied screaming at three fifteen every night see that kind of tripped me out to the time that the murderer apparently took place this voices are screaming or shit like that and then at three three fifteen a m the witching hour is three witching hour yes so oddly enough this murder took place at three fifteen in the morning so yeah stay away from del Mar the next one is kind of it's it's not a joke but it's kind of like Oh yeah the that's the most widely known haunted place in San Jose give you one guess when Surrey host the one all right everybody knows what that is this woman Sarah Winchester built this house never stopped building it and now it's on a problem leaving going there if I'm not mistaken next week have you been it's been a long time but yeah I have yeah it's cool it's fun I mean I I didn't scared I dunno just wasn't my thing I actually I got I had a scare in there because they have this cool effect where the girl is hidden and she was supposed to be chester and then like the little light and right in front of you that scare the Shit I mean but it was a jump scare so yeah all right two more independence high school apparently wanted I didn't know that really yeah let's see what it is yeah let's see is a reputation for being haunted the theater is said to be home to an entity which goes by the name of George it has been suggested that this is the ghost of a man who fell from one of the state's catwalks while he was working there he's been known to switch lights on playful ghost and off during presentations and performances he also flips empty seats up and down and loves pranking students who are alone theater practicing for shows see this sounds like a benevolent spirit yeah he's he'd sounds like just a friendly one yeah like a playful ghost yeah yeah so the over the years George seems have grown more powerful some might even say more violent well that's what I'm talking about now if you're gonna be haunting you might as well do some fucking do some dirt you know what I mean for real I mean this like playful ghosts and poltergeists and shit like that they need to like do some scary Shit I dunno down for that Casper Shit however he has remained more mischievous than anything else in he has never actually harmed anybody all right the now the number one on this list which I don't even think there's places anymore in fact I'm pretty sure it's not Agnew's insane asylum I you know that was right sounds familiar earlier out there were sun microsystems I think are no oracle think it is now it's out there it's like right over by by river mark actually right now if you go down river mark the street right because it's like Lafayette isn't it off Lafayette you know where the Safeway is right yeah go down that road with a safe way you'll come out right on Lafayette right where it is on Lafayette you'll come out of Lafayette into the to the left of you will will be the the land where the agnew's asylum was okay yeah and I I've known that that place was rumored to be haunted but I don't it's not even around anymore I think they demolished I went online and I looked into like how it looked when it was when it was up and running and how it looked when it was like abandoned and shit been the spot to go to man for like an abandoned building adventure would have been the best place ago plus asylum dude fuck man some of the best ski East Kerry scary levels on video games like asylums yeah they do or like a abandoned orphanages or some weird shit like that unfortunately I don't think you can visit this place if you come here you can go see where we used to be but let's see let's let's hear a little bit about it and then we'll move onto whatever else we have I know there's some good stuff that was in the keep avenues insane asylum as it stands now well this is obviously updated was built in one thousand nine hundred ninety replaced previous structure which was destroyed in nineteen twelve there are several ghosts and residents both from the original building and the ones that replaced it some of the activity is frequently reported glued doors opening on their own lights going off in a foul smell that comes and goes and rooms filling up with smoke for no apparent reason many people have also seen a lady in yellow who begs for help finding her children but then vanishes abruptly if you do attempt to help there's also been reports of other apparitions things being thrown owned by unseen forces and disembodied screams and laughter flu that's Seaman I would've loved to have gone there when it was still around would you is it oh yeah for sure yeah I don't know how long I would've stayed but I would have been down for that shit man tell you one thing if I see somebody in so I'm like no boom done there's this article I've seen online this guy had taken a lot of pictures of the inside of the place before it demolished the pictures he had posted there was like twenty eight of them I think twenty-something pictures they were those were creepy pictures you know it was just like doors that were all old and they never used with old signs on them and Shit just really fucking creepy shit We we will move on those folks are the most haunted places San Jose if you ever come visit is give us a ring if you ever come visit yeah definitely definitely give us a ring twitter contact the outliers dot com if you're gonNA use email or at the spot on twitter we will be happy if we're not working to take you on what like fucking most haunted places in San Jose tour that'd be fucking funded you all right what are we gonNA keep man We should stick on the the because this one's stuck out to me when when I read it the fiend is ruined and that sticks with the spooky theme if I'm not mistaken we're does I think yeah I think it does well usually we have the key for longtime listeners knows at will know that's how we keep our information shared women don't do a show notes but I look at it this time and it said there's three things on there and one of them is the fiend is ruined yeah what what is that wants to now so as you know and I and the viewers might not but I watch wrestling so you know wwe now a w because that's started new Japan pro wrestling you know so I watch a lot of wrestling and in the in the debris there's this guy named Bray Wyatt so his character before was like this kind of cult leader you know kind of guy and he had like back a couple of other people with him and you know they they're stable or their faction was called the Wyatt family while they broke up you know and then he kind of bows in obscurity for awhile and then he was gone from TV for like a long time and usually when somebody's gone from TV they're they're getting like a new character or they're rebuilding you know they're trying to figure stuff out like creative is trying to figure stuff out to do for them you know that makes sense you come out I wouldn't even have thought about that aspect of it but yeah yeah so he comes back and there's a segment called firefly funhouse and where it's almost like a like a pewee style like peewee Herman style show where he's super exorbitantly happy and he's just like saying all the stuff but it's also like very like macabre imagery and some creepy tappan and then so the key he's he's so he's in these segments like every week and it's always like prerecord because they showed on the screen and then eventually he starts talking about like the fiend you know and he's like oh the fina wants to come and play or he wants to meet you all this other stuff and then it turns out that the fiend is like this meal being you know or the alter ego of Bray Wyatt and so basically the fiend was portrayed as like like a horror like serial killer almost like a horror like villain movie villain you know like a slasher villain almost and he never spoke very wide always talk like Asbury Wyatt but then when he was a fiend like the funeral okay the femoral mask Tom savini actually design the mask that Bray Wyatt used as the fiend so for those I don't know Tom Savini is a very famous like special effects like practical effects designer an artist in Hollywood for like horror movies Friday Thirteenth Donna the dead day the dead while yeah he's done oughta stuff and he makes like masks you know and he made a lot of other props for a firefight funhouse and so brought in big guns for this yet yes so he so he designed this mask you know and so brave was like wearing it and you know so he was that's what the fee was so the fiend would basically you know he would you know bridal sale he would you know let him in you know he would he would you know he wants to meet you and the first guy he wrestled was Finn Ballard so they did these segments where the fiend would like the lights would go out how and it would sound like a power outage and then what they do is they have yeah and then what they would do is they would have like these guys like they have crew members like be at the ring like kneeling and they had like spotlights so the shine spotlights on the wrestlers and then like the fiend behind them and then like when like attack him beat him up and they play like this creepy music that's basically just like like psycho it's screeching like music so just it was very horror sounds cool yeah dude it was everybody was like this is fucking like at first with firefly funhouse people are like what the fuck is this shit what is going on more than more when the more like macab stuff started people were like wait a minute what this isn't what it like this what'd appears you know so and then came earlier this year at Summer Slam which is one of the big pay per views the fiends I match with Finn Ballard so the fiend comes out and his entrance is fucking great so brave already had like really bad ass fucking entrance music but they completely remixed it and it just fits so it's so fucking good it is so good and so brave why whenever he made his entrance you'd always carry like a lantern you know and it would just add his image was really cool because you look like he was unlike the swamp era like that's like what he kind of looked like like a guy from like the swamp you know like like a hillbilly you know would that would come in with the vest I'm thinking of someone else maybe I dunno vest is very generic you'd have to be more specific brown leather vest humid he one point brown leather like apron maybe like a leather face thing okay maybe that's what I'm thinking of anyway but you know so he eh so he would always carry like a lantern with the ring will the fiend carried a lantern too but the lantern was inside like they made like it looked like he was carrying like the severed head of Bray Wyatt Nice lantern was like in against Fim Valor and he just completely like just destroys Fin Ballard even at the end it looks like he tries like break Fin Ballard's neck you know just like twists very destroys them so in wrestling what they do is the term is protect so they're trying to protect the character which is like they're trying to be like this character is lake something like we're really pushing and it's like we're behind it so he can lose and he can't look weak he always look strong so throughout the weeks the fiend would basically attack.
"san jose" Discussed on The Outliers
"With me as always see you sound like a real youtuber oh no way really hope for this shit baby oh yeah man like almost like what's up guys welcome back to the challenge they really fake happy I wanna they do the whole acting thing I don't know if it's like fake happy but it's definitely like they over exaggerate like the other telephone voices yeah like the excitement yeah they put on like their radio Voice fucking Radio Voisin Y'all's are lucky I'm not like welcome to the show because I'm fucking congested as a motherfucker but I'm fighting through it to bring you another stellar episode of the outliers anyways Yeah I'm here Adams here we're all here everybody's here including you the listener Happy Halloween Happy Spooky Season Y'alls we're gonNA do things a little bit different on episode one forty what is it five size for before we start I like to give a shout out to my friend also like new listener to the podcast you Lisa Shadow you thank you for listening checking our podcast Nice is say the name again so we nice crisp and clear you Lisa you Lisa Lisa I I hope I'm pronouncing that right I might not be forgive me because I'm white so you know forgive me because I'm white I mean it is what it is what's up Lisa thanks for today we appreciate it Jay in Spanish it's with a it's the sound of h this is how many so who Lisa who Lisa now all right well nice got the fucking I've known her for a for a while she she started like sending me she was a twitter like Oh yeah because she she she found like funny videos on twitter and so I gave him my twitter handle should give a podcast and I was like Oh yeah I try not to like tell my friends are the same in a because I don't want like people I know to listen to it not because we say like controversial stuff but because I want the show to oh like organically on its own no I I'm the same way yeah instead of like you know just people we know listening to pumping up the numbers I mean it's a recommended thing to do that though like if you're just starting out we're not just starting out but if you WANNA if you're like if your numbers obsessed and you need to you know you need your number is to be high to be happy than people recommend that you you get you recruit all your friends and family to listen and all their social media's they gotta put it out on Matt and all that good stuff but I don't really go that route I'm pretty much the same thing as you but yeah we welcome any new listener especially even if we know him I have a few listen my girlfriend listens Jillian listens Oh speaking of which she is coming here tonight so I told her to keep quiet when she comes in the door because we're going to be recording so if you hear the door open and maybe like rustling around in the back it's just that she just got home so no worries yeah so spooky season like always always but you know you know how we roll here every year yeah exactly every episode and in October is spooky so we're going to change up the offering section of the show and we probably had like one of our best like horror episodes like a couple of weeks couple for you even knocked over we really read yeah we're really we dived so people should check that episode out again if if they want where we basically dive into Oh the horror movie trend of Hollywood in the early two thousands in the late nineties of remakes and remakes and more remakes re mentioned anime and everything in that episode it was a good one yeah there's a lot of stuff yeah because we talked about Junji to a little bit to this we did but we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA stay on this Kooky theme man it's just today this week it's a little bit more locally focused so it's how nice that you have a local she is your friend you ju- Lisa Local Not San Jose no okay well we're Shannon lives I don't know where she lives where did she lets all everybody know yes why I was like Oh never mind see it goes to show how infrequently we we have local people that we know listening but anyways for anybody who is local or if you're going to visit San Jose I wanted to bring you a little bit of the more weird I don't WanNa say haunted because people have different ideas of what haunted and I mean I'm not sure might atom model I'm not I don't know about the listeners but haunted to me means like there is active ghost activity you don't go there because you don't want to be fucked with by the hosts you know something like murderous happened there to me haunted means like if you go there you're going to experience something not like it's rumored the haunted so you know what I mean I don't know I just kind of have I'm the same way yeah like if haunt the place is haunted than there is like known and documented like encounters with the supernatural that doesn't necessarily mean like ghosts no you know means like the supernatural so I thought it would be fun and kind of an interesting little conversation here to go over a list of the most haunted uses in San Jose interesting because you wouldn't think that our little town here what are we aren't we the capital of become valley or some shit like that probably we are all right so you can shout out if you know what the Hell I'm talking about Adam because these some of these places I didn't know any of this crap but there's a couple places that I actually have experiences that and I've been to before not necessarily like haunting experiences but free taking unless it's a it's a ten ten item list so we'll start with the I guess lease hunted tell me if you knew anything about this Adam Noga Yoshihiro Cheetah Hall at San Jose State University downtown ever no never heard anything weird about that place yeah well if you do visit San Jose State University you should stop by Yoshihiro Uchida Hall and I hope I'm saying that right it's supposedly one of the most haunted places San Jose it's pretty much common knowledge that that building once used as a processing processing site for Japanese internees for World War Two do in fact the building takes its name from a former Sjsu judo coach whose parents were siblings were among those registered at the the concentration I don't want us to cost the station camp but what were they like processing intern they were there were camps they were basically Li like concentration camps you know and they were constantly yeah there were I mean they were basically I mean they were pretty much concentration camps I mean they weren't as harsh you know they weren't as harsh as with the Nazis had but I mean you know they basically put people in a camp you know I mean there were internment camps or contrition camps yeah so like apparently the hall the I'm GonNa try to say the name one more time Yoshihiko Lucia Hall it's Jose State University is haunted let's see these days students and staff alike claim to hear disembodied voices in faint crying coming from inside Yoshihiko Cheetah Hall even when it's not to be empty hell no you wouldn't go there l. no if I let me tell you one thing if I heard voices in a building that's empty that I first of all that I know is empty okay like if I know for sure I am like in building or a hall or some sort of location that I know is supposed to be empty. Nf I hear like voices I'm I'm out of there like immediately I'm not one of those people believable it's investigator all that's just as whatever I'd be like Nope Nope nope what if you heard the voice or what have you heard the voices in any like you were with maybe one or two people you go to verify and they're like no man I didn't hear anything are you still going to be like fuck this and fuck y'all I would probably be like are you sure the union just hear that 'cause then I'm GonNa are questioning leg there after me or something if they're just talking to me I'd be like I got to get out of here because I'm about to be kidnapped yeah it is it's a fine line I guess for who if people are going to be spooked but I guess don't go by that hall and in San Jose in San Jose State University which is weird because that campus like you'd be hard pressed to go there and find that place empty I bet you know what I mean no matter out imagine most of the Ho- The haunted stories come from like staff or maybe students who are on campus and they're like doing stuff at random hours because places always busy we'll go onto the next one number nine dwell on each one too long and this was one actually this is one that I had if I was going to have a haunted or like a scary I guess not to experience it's this one and you probably heard it Hicks Road Oh yeah I've been on Hicks road before Oh me too buddy what have you heard or experienced on Hicks Road I've experienced nothing on Hicks road fairly young I haven't experienced anything of and I've heard of like albinos living in like the middle out out in history for people who don't know who Hicks road is very long road that Ba that basically crosses from one side of like San Jose to the other right yeah kind of starts in the West where it kind of the west side in west I guess would be north not northwest but come starts in the west side and then if he take it you'll be all the way like to the way at the other end of the south side the and it's just a long row would just like four based or like around you you know I don't know there's houses like like I know there's like some side roads what climbs amount into I mean you can go you can you can diverge off of it and I go through the mountain but it will it will end at the top of the mountain if you take that route and it's it's pitch black at night there's no no that there is no lights you know so basically I've been on there and I've experienced anything I ever saw anything I know there's like the like the urban legend of Albinos now like Living Albano like hillbillies living you know in like out in the middle of like Hicks Road like off the road you know Kinda like Texas chainsaw massacre style and then there's also I know like a truck or something that supposedly like will follow you do you know or it's like a a like a ghost vehicle because you'll get like headlights all of a sudden like behind you but that's all I've heard Aviv never experienced anything when I was there that's well you hit the nail right on the head with what what is to be expected if anybody were to drive up Hicks road towards the top of the mountain during a dark and spooky night you might run into I guess let's see raid the urban legends for Hicks Road Are they range from Albinos a a small group or family of Obama's who in small huts just off a fixed wrote and they are not at all happy to get visitors does according to this article there's been different reports of people being chased by strange Pale fee here's who may or may not be albinos they may be spirits other people have claimed to be chased by like men in high-speed trucks than which is what you mentioned that attempt to run him off the road so much so that most locals would prefer to find an alternative route even if it takes a little bit out of their way the Albino clan is not the only thing the frightens them Hicks road is also said to be haunted by a witch I didn't hear about this one and there are rumors of satanic rituals I heard about that shit in the area leading to claims that there are demonic entities lingering as well all that that's a bunch of crap dude you have albinos you have trucks running off the road you have a witch you have spirits which may be albinos.
"san jose" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Uh-huh in San Jose welcome Tim America. I'm John. I'm Jessica Yellen. I'm John Lovett the Dan pfeiffer later in the show we'll talk to the founder under and CEO of the East Oakland Collective Housing Activists Candice Elders here but first. We got some news. We have some news to talk about tonight ways that there's some days some days. We don't know what we're GONNA cover. I shall see this week. Donald Trump has become the fourth president in history to face impeachment the it's GonNa take a while. It hasn't happened yet. We got some works in you. Guys Got Some Work Jessica. This has never happened like no. It's not always like this. You have come at just the right time excitement so speaker. Nancy Pelosi announced the inquiry based on a whistleblower complaint that was made public surly or today and begins like this. I have received information from multiple. US government officials at the president of the United States is using the power of his office to solicit interference from. I'm a foreign country in the two thousand election that includes pressuring a foreign country to investigate one of the president's main domestic political rivals the president's personal lawyer Mr Rudolph W Giuliani is the central figure in this effort attorney. General Bar appears to be involved as well. This allegation has been corroborated by a White House call summary Rudy Giuliani and the president himself who responded today by threatening the White House officials who spoke to the whistleblower blur with execution Giuliani on the other hand was last heard screaming on the phone a reporter these morons when this is over I will be the hero I will be the hero the you can't make it out. You can't make it up Jessica. Let's start with today's news which was the release of the full whistle blower complaint and the testimony of Joseph Maguire. WHO's the director of National Intelligence. What was the most important new information formation we learned from these big developments today. There's a lot I why first of all the director of National Intelligence said that the whistle blower did the right thing so so that takes out of the realm partisanship we could spend all night talking about the details of that report. I guess there are three big things complaint. One is that Giuliani was all over it doing follow up meetings according to the complaint and the State Department was so concerned that it was compromising sizing national security they were contacting Ukraine to help them figure out how to work around all of this guy not according to Giuliani screen shot at texts they were into it they were into it yeah superintendent that that there were ongoing contacts to encourage them to play ball and then the big thing. Is that it it alleges that the president that White House aides tried to cover up the president's phone call by hiding the transcript in a super classified server which I think Tommy into a better job explaining than I could. You tell us what's going on there with stashing all the call transcript and the classified server so so there's like levels of classification in their secret there's top secret and you actually email systems that can handle secret and top secret information but then there's some stuff that's called. Codeword information that is so oh sensitive in so secretive that it's given a special name. That's literally a code word to learn about that information. You get ready to crime no the to learn about that information you have to read into it reads like Rita document sign it right so it's a compartment it information and so there's an intelligence director at that works over in the the era and when there's a National Security Council meeting when you're going to talk about some covert action program or something like really sensitive they will bring in paper into that meeting and they'll table drop. I didn't put it in front of you because nobody doesn't get disseminated otherwise they were taking mundane call transcripts of trump with foreign leaders and they were so worried about about those things getting pushed around. They're putting them up on this secret server which means that no one will ever see them which is a total abuse of the classification authority to you. Hide embarrassing or damaging information violation of the presidential records act is a violation of an executive order that overseas when and how you can classify a information so it's against the law as well cry I mean when do classified server mishaps unclassified servers that will get you awful circle Dan. What are the responses. We're seeing from. Republicans from some Republicans in Congress has been you know what the president did did was wrong but this doesn't rise to the level of impeachment what I think it's good for all of us to sort of take a second like why is is this an impeachable offense what the president did with Ukraine the most impeachable action if I can have is abusing their power for their personal political game and that's exactly what trump did here he dangled in some way shape or form critical. US aid to a country that is under threat threat from Putin on the condition that as the call that Ukraine conduct a politically beneficial investigation into do one of trump's most likely political rivals it is a textbook definition is the answer to a political science class essay question. What is an impeachable offense. It is a is an absolute of abuse of his office and what is important about it is it's not even subtle he very explicitly asked for it out in the open and which is why like there was no option for the other than what they're doing here because it is an absolute abusive on that you cannot use the power of the presidency job yourself politically or financially trump is doing both this. One is the former not the latter now from a national security perspective. Why why has this whole episode been so troubling like what well I mean look withholding nearly four hundred billion dollars in military aid from a country. Sorry where you have the brand new president who was running on this anti-corruption platform who's sitting on the border of Russia where the Russians chains as recently as two thousand fourteen invaded there fucking country in annex part of it instill hold like seven to ten percent of their territory. He is signaling to this the new president's Alinsky in Ukraine and all these other foreign leaders that the way you get whatever you need from the United States is to take care of Donald Trump personally you grease. Tim Greece's Guy Rudy Giuliani. We are drunk. I keep banging around your capital. There's going to be like there's going to be a bunch of other countries that think okay. Donald wants election interference. What are we got like. Let's make something up. Let's hack and there's a million different ways. This could go south and trump is is just inviting all these people to to muck around in our elections. Hello IT IS THE PRESIDENT OF UKRAINE MR MR president trump. I have the two quick flags number one. Rudy Giuliani seems to be asking me for favors to help you win reelection. Also I don't know how to handle. He is crying about his divorce. Guidance appreciated gators just because I missed you America that's in Ukraine that was that you so obviously Nancy Pelosi and a lot of Democrats have been reluctant up until at this point to sort of come out in favor of an impeachment inquiry. This is after Robert Muller found many instances of the president obstructing justice along with with plus plenty of evidence. There's all kinds of allegations that donald trump has been funneling thousands and thousands of taxpayer dollars into the trump organization by trying to pressure people to stay in trump hotels all this kind of stuff. What do you think it was about this incident that sort of push the Democrats that were holdouts over the edge it it one hundred percent happened while he was president. It wasn't a campaign time event and he admitted to it like He. He himself explained what happened so there's no I did that. It has the appearance it's very plain to see what happened there and so it's not ought as confusing and convoluted as Muller report was there's also the sense that the Muller reports about the election so it was in itself partisan and so that was that divided did public and this doesn't have the taint of partisanship in the same way yeah. I also noticed like some Republicans. Their first statement was Oh. This is the Democrats trying trying to nullify the two thousand sixteen election. You're like what the fuck you talking about. No it's actually it's election interference with the two thousand election. He sought four and he did it again. committed the crime again he welt after Muller testified he encouraged and then welcomed foreign assistance and the two thousand sixteen election he got away with fit and then the day after Bob Muller testified in you see this in the call summary. Right he calls President Alinsky and he was like yes so there's this whole thing this guy named Robert Mueller. He did a terrible job bad performance anyway. I got a favorite ask but the other piece of this that is so weird though is he he asked Presidents Alinsky to touch base with the Attorney General of the United States because he still thinks that Hillary Clinton's secret server is he's just like on the Lam and Ukraine you know what I mean like the has got to find the right like fake name at a hotel and that bad boys sitting there like ripping a sig and he you can be absorbed like he's he's mentally unwell you so concerned about how we view the legitimacy of the two thousand sixteen election that he is getting himself impeached. I tried to like sometimes step into the Maga- mind like what what does he think he's GonNa find. If Hillary surfer was in Ukraine somewhere what what is it gonNA fight. He's GonNa find validation validation because I'm telling you there's something on that server that he wants wants more than anything which is a video of his father saying Donnie. I love you. That's what he's looking for and all all of us are part of the search but there's this other element. I think that it's about this scandal that has helped propel pelvis forward politically which is it feels like an old scandal. You have a whistle blower right like there was a secret thing that trump did not he did not announce. How's the crime on twitter in advance. She's ammo which is really it seems absurd but is confounded democratic tissues in the press for two years now which is he commits all its crimes in the open and so we don't have this. Watergate s scenario of reporters digging around in government and secret sources telling you things and then popping a big story that exposes information like this one happened according to the old rules and so Democrats and the press treated it like scandals the problem with the mother thing is he did all this witness intimidation intimidation on twitter right and so we we don't know how to deal with crimes committed in front of us but crimes committed in secret is something that we have a plan foreign policy. He also released documents documents in this case which is old side and in the past they haven't under pressure. They had to do it well. That's the other thing too. It's just it's been quite a week. What will this week began with. We're going to release that transcript and once you guys see it on your faces and the funniest part of it's amazing but it's worth remembering that okay so we hear that there's this whistleblower. We hear that there's this transcript we hear this complaint and the administration is signaling all of its. Republican allies in the media types goons. Don't worry once you see the words on the page. It's another report will put it behind us. We'll be fine and and we were worried about that too. Well hold on guys. Let's not forget. It's not just about the transcript. It's about the complaint. It's about the larger effort to corrupt the government and its work can Ukraine and then the transcript turned out to be far more damaging than I think anyone. I imagine looking gobsmack roared. I The I was like and then I realized you know what I forgot that they are to morally bankrupt and ignorant to know that the crimes they did did cry right and they they they didn't. They were trying to pull one over on us. They Donald Trump genuinely believes now. The people who work around clearly didn't believe this because they tried to cover up the abuse of power but Donald Trump clearly believed that what he said in that transcript was he got along. He began the day by saying you're GONNA see it's a beautiful call surprise and then inside of the of the transcript. It is an explicit lissette. Quid pro quo the exact same exact thing. They promised there wouldn't be in the transcript..
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"I should say not the directly now at the has come to San Jose twice since September seventeenth. They last met at a restaurant, nice little steakhouse for launch. It was Jesse PR Nellie. It was Tom FOX in Alameda Santiago. Her chic who's made his agent was not present. So there's been some contact, goup Gomez. I know there's been a little look into the little steakhouse. I was. I was always waiting for him to give the appetizer shrimp cocktail. Well, it just goes to show you. He was in a major market not recognized by anybody had lunch with these two individuals are very high up on this club twice in nobody had an inkling this was going to happen. Sure. What you're saying is a similar situation going on in Spain or in Mexico, and it would have been all over the papers, right? Right. There were pictures and they would have known what they ate lifestyle right there. So he comes in and let's say he has control. He comes in, he brings his own people. He comes in, let's say he has got a little bit of money to play with because this is the domino effect and San Jose wants to show. Now they are major player because as we know who will eventually come into the league, Sacramento, do you want an l. a. f. c. l. a. galaxy situ. Nation. My alma mater to San Jose blows my mind, but it starting to make sense. Okay. What do you say? Are you just basically saying that. San Jose is seeing an opportunity here? Yes, because what I what I'm thinking. So I'm trying to, oh, what's the motivation if you're San Jose? Right. Are you talking about Sacramento? You're in, you're in the basement, that's motivation, but you've been in the basement for awhile. So why hasn't something big happened until now? Well, let's just say Jesse Paranal. He's able to convince well, they tried something. It didn't work well, Jesse, depending on if narrows able to convince John Fisher and the rest of his, you know, ownership board that we need to spend money if we want to be with the league's elite, we want to be in a leisurely, I think. I think that's the point. I think a lot of those conversations are happening around the league and I want to go back to MLS all star game because remember length comets, Arthur blank was asked by the Commissioner Don Garber to appear at the meeting where he gave what we're told is a long discussion about what it landed does. And basically the core of that discussion was it ain't a secret. We spend money kind of. Shaming the other owners, the absentee owner. And I think a lot of owners are now like, oh, we're getting shamed and you know what? Their other stuff. It's. Yeah, and it's me yelling about DC United owners, or you guys going on yell about other owners. Owners are now starting out about DC United donor? I don't. Maybe I blacked out, I don't remember, but you know, the media's paying more and more tension to owners and owners are going to start to get called out if you're being cheap. Because all we gotta do is look down the street at Atlanta and say, well, there's no secret. You just spend money just be invested. Yeah. Okay. I think you're absolutely right. So San Jose is going to have to start spending money in addition to their coach. Well, you think might has made is going to come here to coach Danny Hussein, and but is it? Is it a commodity cleaning of the house? Well, is very similar to what happened. If you remember savvy, remember what she does was where he before he took over my one in a decade, then won a league title relegation-zone. Yep. He, oh, he comes by slowly. Starts change the culture Aumont of rival who's like I, Chris, Wanda allow ski. He was important in that role going forward, but then was slowly phased out. This is a restructuring of an organization. He's done it. He's done it before. He's taken a team from DFL quickly to the top. And so I think there's a lot of waste idea though. Google it. All right. I think there's so many ways in which this is a a good fit. Right?.