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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.
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
City Of Dallas Announces 7 Finalists for Police Chief
"Chief in Dallas is down to seven names. City and community Panelists will interview the candidates. Beginning next week. John Full whiner was on the panel selected by city manager TC Broadnax before current chief Rene Hall was hired and will be again think that he went back to this process shows. It was meaningful to him included in the seven finalists Irving Police chief Jeff Spivey, The Chiefs of Police in San Jose, California and Charlottesville, Virginia, and three current members of DPD, as well as the security director of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas. Like Nevil, WB.
Reasons Everyone Should Visit Houston
"Should someone come to houston. texas acetate. don't really think about houston all about when they hear houston is a space center. Houston actually has i think. It's supposedly had the most restaurants per capita so there's a lot of food here. It has a really good population mix because of his proximity to mexico. You get what's called tex-mex which is a kind of mikla. Mr for mexican in texas food i guess or american footprint is quite good and there's also other large ethnic populations here so you'll find Didn't population here and there is actually some folks from other african dies poorer. That's here as well. There's really lot more to do than people think plus is all the major sports teams are here so there is quite a bit to do that. They just don't think about and all day but think about it's a space center but that's just one thing that you can do houston. I cannot verify the top ten restaurants per capita in the. Us list does not seem to have. Although strangely enough it does hit my hometown of san jose california issue. San francisco is being number one which i believe. 'cause nobody there cooks but guess. What would you recommend that somebody do when they come to houston. I actually have a huge list of things that people can do. I was bored one day and came up with. I think about forty five three things that you can do in houston for different free things. Yes no shortage of things to do in houston itself. Museum district is actually very large. Most people that come to houston they are here for oil because those are the Ahead of his hair they also come down for the medical center and when united was based here it might have been the largest employer at the time but i don't case anymore so there is a slew of museums at least eighteen or sally's eighteen free ones. Anyway we also have a lot of parks like any large city and because there's so much oil. Many in houston is a lot of people giving money to the parks into the parks action. A very well developed than really. Well kept. Well as i told you ahead of time. I'm gonna get you into more specifics. So okay where should we start all right. So can we talk about transportations. Says the airline guy. Alan guy right. He said has to year. Boy says a hobby airport. Which up until a few. I guess last week was dominated by south west but then southwest is now going to have flight sida houston intercontinental airport and in the continent airports named after george bush. Not the son but the father although the bush's actually live here in houston so transportation wise And they are actually connected to the city but by buses. Everybody drives in. Houston if you come the best thing for you to do if you really want to get around the city. I guess efficiently is to rent a car. There is a local bus service that it was like one or two that comes from it takes about him and only cost dollar twenty five cents to get from houston intercontinental downtown houston and then there is the eighty eight. I think it is now that goes from houston hobby into downtown houston and methodology and a quarter. But i would recommend getting a car because it's so easy to city is very large and getting a car is probably the best way to get around and then we're going to start. We can actually start downtown so once you get your car. You're jumping forty five and you head south into into downtown as you're driving into downtown you can see the city if you want. You can stay out by the airports airports Tells around there but if you come into houston you might as well come. Stay in the city center. You can stay downtown. Houston they have all all the major chains they here. There is actually a myriad married which has the pool in the shape of texas. So yeah i haven't gone there yet but it's actually quite cool. I've seen pictures of it and there's also the hilton which is across georgia. Lebron's convention thinkers houston is a big convention city when they have cooled show which these things anymore but when they used to have the show. You could not find a hotel room in houston and the city is about. I think we're up to seven and a half million people in houston. It is the fourth largest city in the union. So i would actually get downtown. i once. you're downtown There is discovery green and discovered green is actually a park. And it's right by the georgia brown Any literally sits between the myra one side and the hilton on the other side and off to the left of that is the minute maid park which is where the baseball team. The houston astros place. Now if one thing about maid park is if you're into trains and says very old city if you go to most of us cities you'll find a union station right right and most of them are still being used as stations while the one in houston is not it is now where when you go to the astros. That is the hall big hall that you normally have for stations. Dave turned that into the entrance to the ballpark.
Huang's Law, the New Moore's Law?
"It got all lost in the scramble of other news but remember invidia bought arm and that's a pretty big deal. So to pieces about that, I let me introduce you to. Some, people see as the new Moore's law and it might explain why Invidia is doing what it's doing quoting Chris Mims in the Wall Street Journal who I believe has actually coined the term quote as chipmakers have reached the limits of atomic scale circuitry and the physics of electrons Moore's law has slowed and some say it's over but a different law potentially, no less consequential computing's next half century has arisen. I call it wings law after INVIDIA Chief Executive and Co founder Jensen Wang it describes how the silicon chips that power artificial intelligence more than double in performance. Every two years while the increase can be attributed to both hardware and software it. Steady progress makes it a unique enabler of everything from autonomous cars, trucks, and ships to the face voice and recognition in our personal gadgets between November twenty twelve and may performance of nvidia chips increased three hundred and seventeen times for an important class of a calculation says Bill Daley chief scientists and Senior Vice President of research at Nvidia on average in other words, the performance of these chips more than doubled every year a rate of progress that makes Moore's law pale in comparison and quote. And then also from the Journal, a portrait of Jensen Wang and his founding and stewardship of Invidia as the company has. Just exploded in all sorts of ways. In videos market value has soared to three hundred and nineteen point, eight billion dollars surpassing Intel's valuation of two hundred and fourteen point five, billion dollars even though INVIDIA had ten point nine, two, billion in annual sales in its latest fiscal year compared with seventy one, point nine, seven, billion for Intel. Videos bet on some of the hottest fields, INTECH video gaming and artificial intelligence have fueled investor enthusiasm. While Intel has stumbled with some of its most advanced chips, it's all a long way from nineteen ninety-three when Mr Huang. Dreamed up in video on his thirtieth birthday at a Denny's in San Jose California with two like minded engineers they bet on a future where consumers demanded better computer graphics, which would require specialized high performance hardware that wasn't available at the time and
Lessons From A First Love
"If you're new to the PODCAST, you should know very thoroughly that I am a promoter of where mass social distancing washing your hands sanitizing them. And in general watching out for your neighbor as well as yourself. Life is crazy. It's insane but we're getting through it. So now that that is out of the way and we're all getting settled in really happy to be here for this week's episode. This is a solo one and Hopefully worthwhile, I wanted to do something special in light of a really significant day for me. And in memory of one of my dearest friends and my I love. This is not the first episode about him as I was sharing Just my life in real time and what what what I was experiencing. This is definitely about my first love but I do WanNa, do a disclaimer before anybody goes any further that. It is about a friend of mine who passed away. via suicide. So it's GonNa get deep. And if you're if you've been listening first of all y'all know that that's just how I roll. But if you're new and I really WANNA look out for your mental health and your emotional health and your wellbeing. If you are in any state. To. Be Rocked by that in any way, me talking about my friends passing and the overall theme. As as lovely as parts of this was definitely going to be because it's reflections and story time there's definitely going to be some hard part. So I really recommend that you step off right now and come back and listen to it maybe at a later time when you're ready but yeah, I can't really talk about my I love without. Now I could but I'm choosing not to Is Feel right because I'm doing this On an anniversary of his passing. So just my way of commemorating him and honoring his memory hopefully sharing some. Some pearls of wisdom that I've learned along the way. We have a really want to look out for my listeners do not want you to go into any sort of dark place. So yeah, just. There's a lot of other stuff. There's so much other great content on his podcast. Go listen to that come back later. So. The way I wanted to. Structure. This podcast I'm like giving is my show notes at the top. This is really quickly wanted to share the story of. What my first love was like. 'CAUSE I. think that's cute and I love hearing about other people's love stories whether that's their I love or their twentieth I. Don't Care I love love stories, I love understanding how people met how they fell for each other even the hardships that they endured can't get enough of it. So thought just share that and just reflections on what I've learned. From that experience and from that relationship because it was a doozy. In memoriam. Is that the right word in memory of of my of my friend at my first love. So here goes. my I love his name was J. And we met when we are ten years old. And forever and ever, and ever for tardy of my life, I'll always be really grateful that I was. Able to have such a Cute I. Love. Forever. It just means a lot to me. We met when we were ten years old and we met at Church. We went to church in San. Jose California. And we're bay area kids and we I don't even remember. I. Don't have a distinct memory of like the day that we met. I just know that. Upon meeting I just thought he was the cutest and it was pretty fast crush on my end and I don't know how. It came to be that he liked me back. You'd think that that memory would be like seared into my brain but I don't remember the day that we recognize that there was something going on. But as a fortune and fate would have it. He likes me back. We were actually in different grades. I was in fifth grade and he was in fourth grade. I think because we are technically only six months apart but you know I'm a summer baby. He's a winter baby in he was in the next grade. So yeah, I had a thing for the younger man guys. And We just had like a very. Beautiful Care for each other and what started at church. I just recall these really beautiful memories of looking forward to church. In every single way every single Sunday life was just rainbows and UNICORNS. And Sunshine every time I would go to church and I would. I knew his his family car. And there are all these really unique synchronicity about us. That I still remember and I still really treasure For example that we had the same family car like we both had suburbans we both came from. Families that like I have my brothers immediate family of five, he came for family of six. So you know natural fashion instead of like the Minivan we had my dad and his dad had. suburbans like giant SUV's. And his was blue. and. Mine was green and I remembered There are multiple suburbans at our church and I remember even memorizing the the license plate. So I knew if it was his dad's car parked in the I knew if it was him and that that meant upon entering the parking lot that he was a church, it was like that
'Tenderfoot TV co-founder Donald Albright on the podcasting's bright (but consolidated) future
"Hello. Welcome to the day punk ass I'm Laura Riley did today's senior correspondent coming to the end of my stint killing neo regular host Brian Mercy. So on today's show, I'm very excited to g she Donald Albright Donald Founder I'm president of. TV, which is an Atlanta based production studio is hidden costs. Vanished. Monster Linden in La. Many money. Combined the has reached more than five hundred, million dollars to date and TV as they would suggest is increasingly inking deals beyond podcasting, TV and even recently striking deal. So don't welcome to the. Past. Thank you for having me. Let Veer. And Eighty joining us from Atlanta today as you've been hung down. Yes I am I've been here for. How long has it been now? Feels like this. Browse data. Yeah. Monday or Saturday I can't tell but yeah. I mean Atlanta from California originally but. Moved here to Atlanta. After after I should go into college and then I love the city. Yes I was going to ask you she's a what brought you to Atlanta. I know your your background was in music permission an are. Yeah. Yes. So I'm from the Bay Area San Jose California my mom actually moved to Atlanta when I was in high school So I went to thousand state after graduating high school for about a year and a half, and then at certain point came to visit my mom and a friend of mine his older brother was going to Clark Atlanta University a historically black college. I went to the campus. Saw Beautiful Campus I saw beautiful women and I said I have to go here one day. So I transferred transferring from Saudi state to Clark Atlanta and the you know had half my family was already here so. Ended up staying and just building. Building out my business here, and it'll be started started in music industry in Atlanta. And in that time, he builds up a pretty enviable client list to have to say like Jay z outcast, can you take back to that time? What what can have brought e to setting? Is It D. Day and statements and some of the this the standout moments from that time. Yeah I mean so many it's been twenty years It all happened very much like podcasting kind of by accident I've always been into our entrepreneur started my first company when I was about eighteen years old shirt COMP design company Printing Company which I learned from Tom, this profit organization that I was working with. So I was always been business-minded my my dad his own construction company or has own construction company. So I've always seen him write his own business as well and. When I got to Atlanta. We just for in this music scene that was very Coming up like yet outcasts yet goodie mob TLC, usher and we kind of just. Went to this party and met a few people start networking a few business cards and decided, hey, we should just. Hang out with these people and start to promote and pass out flyers in. Other the company actually started because we were losing money I was the only one with a car. So it was causing gas money to go from point eight point be so I said, hey guys, we've got a pool our money together to share in these losses in eventually someone said, hey, how much you guys charge to put up those posters and we got to come up with a number that's count started the business but it evolved from there obviously from running a promotions company out of the Dorm Room Clark Atlanta to. You know taking artists like masterpiece in Yeah Jay Z. His. In promoting concerts in the going on the road with artists like outkast and Goodie mob and that evolved into management. An are in the and the names started getting bigger and bigger and not just the names bigger. But my relationship with the artists at first, you're a little bit. Distanced from the creative process, you're only on the promotions and marketing side. That I became more involved in the creation of albums, the management of talent stuff like that. So it was it's been great I mean I've traveled the world three times artists toured you know Africa with Chris Brown in the US with With usher festivals all over the world. So I there's so many standout said it's fun to talk about it because I forget a lot of them but the it's like having two different two different careers in two different lives. Almost you know I'm really interested in how you and your kind of tie founder at tend to fit came to mate. So you okay founder is pain Lindsey, and in a prior life he was in this hybrid even describe them. But like rap rock bands cooled rights here the tree. So interested in night walk forces combined that the you T to mate and and start working together. Is another interesting story so we I I didn't know who pain was, but I knew who the band was right his right side of the tree and he. Yeah the music was so and it's all. It's all about like how you introduced to something. It really has a big impact of what you initially feel about it. So I was managing an artist's name. Lloyd, who was on what he was on Atlantic or universal at the time. But big RB artists that Atlanta and he had producer that pain in his the rest of his band and they ended up collaborating in doing a song. So pain had a song with a very popular Atlanta artist. So new the band from from that perspective and like the music and then. Probably three years later or more actually probably the five years later I got an. Email from a guy named pain Lindsay I'm I've moved on in my career and I'm managing a new artist on on the verge of breaking through and I get an email from pain saying, Hey, I'm money's pain Lindsey A mutated director and I love the shoot a video for your artist and. I didn't know who he didn't recognize the name but a friend of mine who having dinner with me at the time I read the email and he said Oh that's pain from rice out of the tree I said okay. Well, maybe I'll give this guy a shot because before I wasn't sure if you we already have people to do our videos, but because of that connection already knew who he was like. Okay that's that's cool. There's. You know there's tried out. So we shot one video for a couple thousand dollars turn out to be great. He was able to I wasn't quite sure like how good he would be. So I kind of was forcing my creative ideas on him but any and you made them come out great and then we did that times and then I said man, this guy's good I should probably just let him run with the creative ideas and have him bring the video back with his full vision and when he did that the biggest got even better. So I just knew like we have a really good working relationship being able to hear each other right and being able to collaborate creatively and in respecting each other from creative and business standpoint. So. It was like the foundation of US later becoming business partners
The Future of Travel
"Hello and welcome to another episode of this week in travel. The only travel show that really isn't even about travel anymore because no one can travel and it's not weekly. So it's pretty much ally. With me as usual, Oh, I should add I am coming from the beautiful state of Wisconsin. Now. Officially pulled up stakes and left Minnesota permanently So no more of that. With me metropolis of Horton Ville. Yeah for the time being at least. For for at least a few months. That voice you hear is, of course Mr Chris Come at you from Lovely San Jose California, how are you doing Sir I'm doing well, sir. Excellent. Also from California the Lovely Jen Leo, how're you doing jen? I'm doing great and I'm back from a three week cross country road trip. So I actually do get some travel in this summer, Gary. Well I technically did to it's just an involved a U. Haul. And almost. Packing. Thursdays so Excellent. Also chuckling in the background Mr Spud Hilton. How are you doing? Sir Doing Great I just came back from the corner liquor store. So that was that was my big trip of the week so. That's not So my question for you is Muscatel thunderbird. You know I find that ripple tends to be a highly underrated wine of a fine vintage So sometimes, night train sometimes ripple. We used to get when I was in college was on the debate team we'd travel and we were poor. So we would get mad dog twenty, twenty. Oh. Yeah. Oh my God that was. Nasty. Nasty stuff. Our guest. This week is actually somebody does know about Travel Robert Cole. He's a strategist. He's a consultant and he knows a whole lot about the hospitality industry. Welcome to the show. Sir Well, it's great to be here. Big Fan of the show longtime listener first-time Gust so. I'm surprised we haven't on your head you on the show before. Creek Chris was saying is on show you know seventeen hundred total. So I figure hey, I made the top two thousand. What the heck this show. That's true to something. Right. Now, that's very pleased to be here. All right. Well, let's get onto some news stories. spud brought us this one. Gun seizures at airports are up threefold. And I don't think there's a fold increase in travelers going through airports. So. What do you think is the reason for this we went up from five point wh. Why should say it per capita thing I think. So it's fifteen point three guns. Every million passengers screened in July compared to five point one per million in two, thousand nineteen. So the rate has gone up. I don't think it's an absolute increase what thinks the reason will you got to protect yourself from? The? COVID? Vaccine? Virus. Roller. Arms or definitely the way to go there. I mean it's the TSA which you know brought this up has a great instagram account where they like to. Show Hey, here's all the guns. We got this month. and. The picture that they have on this one is you know it's every picture of a gun is so postage-stamp because there's so many they just the for whatever reason it's gone way up they don't speculate on why but they are quick to remind you. That civil the civil financial penalty for bringing an unloaded gun to check point is two thousand and fifty dollars and it starts at forty one hundred dollars if the gun is loaded and actually TSE's. Instagram site, you'll find out that most of them are loaded. Usually and carry on luggage. They're not necessarily there patting the person down. Yeah, you're actually allowed to take the gun in A. You know in a check luggage you have to pay. You're flying obviously, right. But. These are people who brought them in their carry on luggage and just thought, Hey, I'm a gun on what's the problem here? And apparently, they're folks who clearly don't fly that often or don't pass the sat very often.
6 eBay Executives And Employees Charged With Sending Threats, Bloody Pig Mask To Boston Couple
"Six ebay executives and. Employees with sending threats. Bloody pig mass. Boston couple. Six former execs employees are facing federal charges after led a cyber stalking campaign against a NEDIC couple. That aid was critical company in an online ecommerce newsletter. US Attorney. Andrew Lowe, said the ebay employees. Harassment included sending the couple. Disturbing deliveries included eight bloody pig mask. A box of live cockroaches NFL funeral employees also allegedly sent anonymous threatening messages and traveled to massive conduct avert surveillance of the victims. Wow. It was determined. A systematic effort of senior employees of major company destroyed the lives of the couple. Because they published content company executive didn't like. James Ball Forty Five San Jose California ebays former director, safety and security and former Ebay director of global resiliency David Harvey'll forty eight of New York. City were among the six charge Monday. Also charged for Stephanie Hop thirty two of San. Jose Stephanie Stock, twenty-six Redwood. California and Veronica, Zeke Twenty six. San Jose, and Brian Gilbert fifty-one Santana. Each is charged with conspiracy Cyrus, talking and conspiracy to tamper with witnesses.
"san jose california" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal
"Amongst us. On asked about a strange Mrs Winchester would never confirm if she was indeed building a haunted house. All the same. She was contacting good spirits to see how to best appease the ones that she needed to build rooms for in her house. Perhaps, this is why so many illogical choices were made when it came to the construction of the place. WHO KNOWS One thing I will say in Sarah's defense while she. Appears to be a bit cuckoo for cocoa POPs. She deserves more credit than what she gets from history. She gets more credit. because. She's a brilliant mind and we overlook those quite often an even though she was. A bit rough around the edges trying to appease spirits she was. Hearing how tactful ways to make their lives hell at the same time I mean I. Don't blame her one bit. I would do the same thing if I'm going through all of this crazy construction so I can make a bunch of ghosts. Happy I'm surely quick to get something out the deal. Now. Thirteen different bathrooms and the home only one was functional. This was an effort to confuse any spirits who thought it might be fun to Hong a spigot. She would also do things like sleep in different rooms of the house every night and used secret passageways to get from one room to another. All of this, just to keep the spirits from following her. Sorry guys. But this is where I would pull out the old rock salt draw myself align. Every threshold and keep them out that way. But who am I to? Its. Sarah Winchester passed away of heart complications. Many years later in September of thousand, nine, hundred, twenty two and left all of her belongings to her niece Marian who had been secretary as over recent years. Her will never made a single mention of the house would further added the mystery of all. The house was cleared out in about six weeks and whatever Mary in keep she would sell at auction. About five months later after that, the house was sold for a mere one, hundred, thirty, five, thousand dollars and reopened for towards for the very first time to the public. Talk about a haunting legacy. And My Ryan. Since the reopening of the House back in the twenties employees who now work. There clean to have had run INS with the residents of tragic filled past time magazine actually went onto named the houses one of the most haunted houses in the world. And to this day, draws paranormal investigators, psychics and mediums from all across the gloom fame psychic Sylvia. Browne, even once paid the mystery home of visit. It seems like. Everyday something is. Occurring within the walls of the house things are just right unexplainable and for lack of a better word ghostly. I'm talking about disembodied voices. Strange shadows, odd Colt spots, flickering lights, and slamming doors. Both tour guys and visitors alike over the years have also reported feeling heavy presences while on tours and sometimes even seeing mysterious mysterious figures moving to the halls. Is believed that some Sarah Winchester's loyal workman and servants from the household may still very well be looking out for the place even in death. One such mysterious figured that is often seen as the apparition of a man with hair as black as the night. It said that he was a former handyman. Mainly because he's usually seen repairing fireplace and the ballroom or even pushing a wheelbarrow down a long in extremely dark hallway. Each time he has seen he simply disappears. Without so much as a trace. Once while conducting a tour one of the. Guy For the house took her guest daisy bedroom. This particular bedroom is where Sarah Winchester actually hit during the earthquake in nineteen oh six. The tour guide was about to begin her usual bid about the Becker when all of a sudden there came a heavy. From just outside the bedroom door. Poor Sam thought whenever guests had fallen. So she turned and called out to them then to attend attempted to invite them into the room. When no-one entered she was quite confused. There appeared to be no-one there or is adjusted to the darkness of the Hallway, and then she noticed something that didn't quite make sense to her. A small form that resembled person shrouded by darkness materialized and floated gently around the corner. Sam now slightly terrified quickly whipped around the corner after the string spector but again found no one there. Once more. She heard a heavy. Sigh. Perhaps Sarah Winchester is checking in on things and signed with her discontent. Several years back, there was a craftsman who is assigned to work on a hefty restoration project those taking place in the mansion he decided to get an early start one morning and he found himself in the hall of fires. The name simply comes from the fact that this area contains several fireplaces. House was empty and the stillness of it could be filled. The quiet. Filled his ears as he worked festivities at the top of the. Ladder. Suddenly someone came up from behind and tapped him on the shoulders. Caught off guard, he turned to see what I WANNA. Do you think found anyone of course not. No one was there. Getting back to his work the craftsman told himself that he was just imagining things and all was well. A few minutes past and then he felt someone pushing up against his back. A chill shot straight down his spine he flew down the ladder ran across the house to look for another project to work on. It was more than obvious that someone or something did not want him in the hall of fires. These are but a few of the many goes lean counters that I've come out of the winchester mystery house. There are plenty more where that came from as well. If. You visited the house, send us an email. Please tell us about your experience. Tell us if you've seen anything there. For those of you who have it though? Head over to our facebook page. After you're done listening, I'll post a few pictures from the house post a video that will even give you a good look at the interior. It's really quite stunning. You can also visit the houses website, winchester, mystery house, dot com, where can even read more about the housing greater detail them what I've just offered you, and you can also take a virtual tour of the House and Gardens. My friends as always. Thank you so much for tuning in to hauntingly yours a podcast for the paranormal. I'm visa rourke. You're storyteller and I invite you to get together with me each episode to hear chilling tales of those who've left us. Behind? If. You're enjoying our show, leave us a review whatever platform you're listening on. Please head over to our facebook page. Also, Lisa Lake check out our photos videos and much more how many get the word out and keep these stories alive. Until next time. I am and will remain. Much like the spirits. Onto Me Yours..
"san jose california" 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 california" Discussed on Hauntingly Yours: A Podcast for the Paranormal
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Protests erupt nationwide over George Floyd's death
"Reporting I can't breathe becomes a rally cry and you for police protests in the US Ross the nation Friday night more signs of outrage over the death of George Floyd while in the custody of Minneapolis police there were protests from coast to coast including New York Washington Minneapolis Atlanta San Jose California and Denver the protests continued even though the now fired police officer Derek Shelton was arrested and charged with murder
'I can't breathe' a rally cry anew for police protests in US
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting I can't breathe becomes a rally cry and you for police protests in the US Ross the nation Friday night more signs of outrage over the death of George Floyd while in the custody of Minneapolis police there were protests from coast to coast including in New York Washington Minneapolis Atlanta San Jose California and Denver the protests continued even though the now fired police officer Derek Chauvin was arrested and charged with murder Friday hi Mike Rossi
Religious Leaders React To Trump's Call To Reopen Houses Of Worship
"It is a milestone no one would have ever wanted to reach but on this Memorial Day weekend it is fast approaching one hundred thousand deaths in the U. S. to to cope with nineteen one of the highest risk places according to scientists who study the spread of the virus is in places of worship where people gather in an enclosed space for a significant amount of time despite having no authority to do it president trump declared houses of worship essential this past week and demanded that they re open to the faithful Minnesota announced yesterday churches will be allowed to hold services at twenty five percent capacity which joined now by Reverend Michael rae Matthews the deputy director of faith in action who says this is a mistake we've reached him in San Jose California welcome to the program thank you so much for having me so what did you think of president trump's announcement it was very alarming was very concerning for the past two months our communities of faith have been learning how to do the best we can to be communities of faith in the midst of this pandemic we've been thinking very carefully about not only how to be present to one another and how to make sure everyone's taking care of in this moment but also to prepare ourselves for a very thoughtful process of returning to our houses of worship in this announcement totally undercuts the efforts for us to provide thoughtful leadership there's been some reporting that president trump's response to this pandemic is caused his poll numbers to slip among white evangelicals which are his base what do you think he made this call especially since it's more theatrical than practical as he can't make houses of worship open and you can't force governors to relax health workers well it definitely seems that it is a move to appeal to a segment of our society that is anxious to return into have their rights recognized but we we can't play with people's lives we have to protect people's lives in this moment this announcement is a diversion from the thoughtful leadership of so many what are you hearing from your communities and and are you communicating with other faith leaders to advise them not to open and is there confusion so many of our clergy leaders across the country are pretty clear that the guidance that they're going to follow is going to be guided by their interaction in cooperation with local officials the collaboration with other faith partners and community institutions thoughtful prayer and discernment with members of their faith communities their congregations and it's not going to be made rashly or recklessly we have been organizing around making sure that black and brown communities are being highly impacted by the school but nineteen moment are protected in and that has meant that we spend all our time together in webinars a lot of time together in spaces where we're learning how to be present at this moment we surprised that religious institutions are now at the center of this political push and pull well there and been many times when religion has been used as a tool to divide and to create a kind of sensation we are super clear that that's not the role that we want to play in our society our communities are places where we find nurture and care where we find the where with all to make it through each day our communities of the places where we find the resources to be faithful people in society and we want to operate out of our own sense of agency and self determination to bring a strong and prophetic vision of beloved community to our society finally it is Sunday and I was wondering if you have any just words of comfort at this time four so many of us who are struggling at this difficult moment you know there's a story in the Christian scriptures where a Jesus speaking to a Samaritan and talking about you know where is the right place to worship and he says that the some point we're going to learn that it's not about where we worship that that will be called to worship in spirit and in truth this is a season where so many of us across our traditions and learning how to worship how to be faithful people in spirit and in truth and so this is a moment for us to be true to the ethic of love to be true to our commitment to cultivate beloved community be true to our commitments to protect lives and to make sure that everyone is taking care of Reverend Michael rae Matthews is the deputy director of faith in
She Gets Calls And Texts Meant For Elon Musk. Some Are Pretty Weird
"Hello it's hard enough to keep telemarketers from picking our cell phone so you can imagine what life must be like for someone whose phone number used to belong to a celebrity entrepreneur with a huge following Lindsay Tucker is a twenty five year old skin care consultant from San Jose California and on any given day she says she gets at least three calls meant for Tesla founder you on musk Tucker says he never even heard of mosque into a couple of years ago when she started fielding a steady stream of texts and calls intended for him because her phone number used to be registered to him and that volume of calls is on a good day if musk makes news or causes controversy she says her phone blows up and while fielding all these extra calls can surely be annoying it can also be interesting she says one person called her volunteering to go to space with SpaceX another person sent her a blueprint for a bionic limbs wiles
Report: Seattle likely to recover from pandemic faster than most U.S. cities
"And a new report predicts that Seattle is likely to have one of the quickest and strongest recoveries in the country following the pandemic Yahoo finance analyzed the top metro areas in the country specifically looking at population density in educational attainment they believe the top cities to recover will be San Jose California Durham North Carolina Austin Texas Seattle and Minneapolis this is a key difference between this recovery in the last one is the population density it's going to have a different effect this
Zoom buys security firm Keybase
"Zoom video communications is buying security firm key base in an effort to shore up security for its video meetings zoom has been working to improve the security of its video meetings after some lapses in privacy and security and zoom meetings grew more popular during the pandemic keep days will help them implement end to end encryption type of security which means soon has no access to the contents of encrypted data zoom which boasts three hundred million users was in the right place at the right time just as millions of employees around the world suddenly found themselves in order to work from home but the San Jose California company has been playing catch up with security after people hacked into others videos in a practice called
"san jose california" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Go to Robbie in San Jose California hello Hey there here are your society seems to deem religious people that they were only trained in that way a lot of people are religious because god revealed some clear even as as young children so how do you wrestle with all the secular opinions because you know a person like me who's aware of god even before it had religious training you know or any type of you know those traditional you know established religion I mean I was already aware as you bring your own questions we we you aware or did god reveal himself to you all one hundred this is a spiritual experiences as a young person very young person really hard watching television so I might Assyrian in my special I don't think I am working very are you want in there if you have any if if god appeared before you were not being cute at all your special hi I claim no such thing among the big believer yep anyway but there's no way to react to that I mean the secular person is not going to say oh you had that experience I'm convinced you you have to use reason which is my my my vehicle to god as reason anyway that's why I couldn't be of of some I can be convincing to many people thank god because I only use reason my Bible commentary which I commend to you life changing I truly is my Bible commentary is life changing read the reviews on Amazon it'll give you an idea it's called the rational Bible give it a try while you're in shelter isolation is that correct shelter shelter in place that's the same thing is isolation no self isolating shelter in place rational Bible okay thank you Dr Jose in Jacksonville Florida hello hi Dennis hi call me a geriatric physician practice for many many years and I've had opportunity to interact with all kinds of people and all kinds of faiths and levels of our income and our life experiences and I can say without hesitation that those who have faith I have a an ability to withstand the bad news bad outcomes uncertain futures as default all of us in this world the maternal body that we have and that people without without that and it seems to struggle more and I actually believe that the outcomes would improve if people do have faith and I believe I have not there's medical data that backs that up because this is no question published yeah the right of it either yes and that prayer works too by the way but I want the printer will print works for me personally that I suppose I'll get overwhelmed by a patient they just come in with all these problems and I don't know which one to attend to and I do have a this I sometimes what I do is I will I always personally pick my own blood pressure and so I do a lot of reports press Arnold so I just don't want to start with a price target and if for some reason that helps calm me down now I'm able to you know examine the patient almost with what the month a more open mind less anxiety less self doubt and I don't know it seems like the the my interaction there's more insightful and and I'm sometimes surprised by its insights on again and I give the glory to god but and also do that before I walk in the hospital you know I don't know what to pray for probably more why you're a better doctor for that god bless you Sir of course religious people do better with the traumas of life as a as a rule they are of course there are exceptions but as a rule it just makes sense if you think this is all there is it's it's it's it's a sort of a it's a logical conclusion to draw the if this is all there is them in all the marbles are in this basket that basket breaks it's over no more marbles by the way you'll especially Christians I mean probably choose to we'll find it of interest that.
"san jose california" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Go to Robbie in San Jose California hello Hey there here are your society seems to gain religious people that they were only trained in that way a lot of people are religious because god revealed some clear even as as young children the holiday wrestle with all the secular opinions because you know a person like me who's aware of god even before it had religious training you know or any type of you know those traditional you know established religion I mean I was already aware as you very young persons we we you aware or did god reveal himself to you I've had experiences as a spiritual experiences as a young person very young person really hard watching television so I might Assyrian in my special I don't think I am taken very are you want in there if you have any if if god appeared before you were not being cute at all your special all right I claim no such thing it was a big believer yep anyway but there's no way to react to that I mean the secular person is not going to say oh you had that experience I'm convinced you you have to use reason which is my my my vehicle to god as reason anyway that's why I couldn't be of of some I can be convincing to many people thank god because I only reason my Bible commentary which I commend to you life changing I truly is my Bible commentary is life changing read the reviews on Amazon I will give you an idea it's called the rational Bible give it a try while you're in shelter isolation is that correct shelter and shelter in place that's the same thing is isolation no self isolating shelter in place the rational Bible okay thank you Dr Jose in Jacksonville Florida hello hi Dennis hi on the geriatric physician practice for many many years and I've had opportunity to interact with all kinds of people and all kinds of shapes and levels of our income and life experiences and I can say without hesitation that those who have faith I have a an ability to withstand the bad news that outcomes are uncertain futures as default all of us in this world the maternal body that we have and that people without without that and seem to struggle more and I actually believe that the outcomes would improve if people do have faith and I believe I have met there's medical data backs that up because this is no question published yeah the right of it either yes and that prayer works too by the way but I wanna say print will print works for me personally met but sometimes I get overwhelmed by a patient they just come in with all these problems and I don't know which one to attend to and I do have a this I sometimes what I do is I will I always personally pick my own blood pressure and so I do a lot of reports perhaps Arnold so I just felt won't stop we will price targets and if for some reason that helps calm me down and I'm able to you know examine the patient almost with what month a more open mind less anxiety less self doubt and I don't know it seems like the the my interaction there's more insightful and I'm sometimes surprised by its insights on again and I give the glory to god but and also do that before I walk in the hospital you know I don't know what to pray for probably more why you're a better doctor for that god bless you Sir of course religious people do better with the traumas of life as a as a rule they were of course there are exceptions but as a rule it just makes sense if you think this is all there is it's it's it's it's a sort of a it's a logical conclusion to draw the if this is all there is them in all the marbles are in this basket that basket breaks it's over no more marbles by the way you'll especially Christians and then probably choose to we'll find it of interest that the lord's prayer which.
Zoom accused of misleading users with 'end-to-end encryption' claims
"Right let's talk a little bit about zoom. Let's do it Zim clams that mutations that have no participants on the phone are secured with end to end encryption K. That sounds fine. The intercept though reports that zoom uses. What's known as transport encryption using T- alas which let's zoom access unencrypted video and audio from meetings for ad targeting purposes as zoom spokesperson told the intercept quotes? When we use the phrase end to end. In our other literature it is in reference to the connection being encrypted from Zoom and point to zoom end points and currently it's not possible to enable e two e encryption for zoom video means a user's filed suit against Zoom in San Jose California Federal Court over. Its used to the FACEBOOK API to share data with facebook without disclosing it to zoom customers. Zoom has since removed the function from. Its Iowa's APP. And finally malware researcher found that zoom it used pre installation scripts to unpack the APP in place in the APPs folder on Mac os and uses a misleading prompt to gain root privileges. This is not militias itself but it is a method used by malware. Just a little shady. The lawsuit has to do with something that the zoom is walking back now but saying your end to end encryption. Because it's encrypted between the zoom and points is a very creative way of redefining end to end encryption and is not end to end encryption and then encryption is what signal does. It's what apple does with. Facetime and apple does multi multi person video chat that is end to end encrypted. Meaning that Apple doesn't have the keys and cannot see what's happening saying it's end to end from zoom and point to zoom in point says. Oh we can see what is going on in your video chat if we need to. That means that they could possibly access recordings. That means that if a government came and said you have to hand this over that they would be compelled legally to handle it over because they have access to it that is not into corruption. And I'm not saying you should stop using zoom. Facebook MESSENGER is also not decrypted at this point and plenty of people use it. All I'm saying is you should know it's not into end. Encrypted when you use it that it is encrypted in transport and that's fine as long as you don't need it to be undo an encrypted and like Shannon said on our show on Friday if you need a higher level of encryption you might want to look at signal or something else to us rather than zoom but I just think it's. It's this is the problem with zoom. It's just Kinda shady. How it it does this sort of thing where it's like yeah we're ending encrypted between zoom and points. It's like that's not what that means. Come on stop it.
Novelist Viet Thanh Nguyen on Cultural Authenticity
"You grew up in San Jose California. Your parents open a grocery store tells about that experience. What was that like in? What was their journey like what what brought them here. Why did they come to California? My family fled the Vietnam War. But I'm thirty thousand other Vietnamese refugees because we were on the losing side and my parents in particular. Were were hardcore Catholics and Hardcourt Catholics Communists. And so they fled from the communist twice in nineteen fifty four when the country was divided and they were in the north to the south and then they fled again in nineteen seventy five so the refugees twice and then they came resettled in Harrisburg Pennsylvania For few years And there you have to realize my parents have been very successful. In Vietnam. They'd been born. Peasants work their way up and became wealthy and then lost a lot of that coming to the United States arrived here as refugees and their American sponsors expected them to be poor refugees. Who would be satisfied with class or even menial jobs and that's what they did in Harrisburg for a few years. But they'd obviously we're not satisfied with that and a good friend in San Jose who said this is a promised. Land and weather's good. There are a lot of Asians out here and I just opened up a grocery store so they came out and worked with her at probably the first Vietnamese grocery store in San Jose in nineteen seventy eight and then opened the second Vietnamese grocery store right down the street for some reason. I don't have their friends all about that. But you know we live the Classic Refugee or immigrant American Success Story. Which meant you know? My parents climb the ladder yet again. Rebuilt their wealth and that exacted huge physical and emotional toll on them and emotional toll on me. I'm thankful they didn't make me work in the store because they didn't want me to do that. They wanted my brother to get an education but what I saw growing up. Was My parents working twelve to fourteen hour days almost every day of the year and working in a very dangerous environment you know there was shot in their store. We were robbed at gunpoint at home. My parents were always very paranoid about these kinds of issues. And I'm saying we had this class classic immigrant refugee story because they spent all their time working in order to support my brother and me and and and give a good life but of course what that meant. Is there no time to spend with us? So that's just the classic immigrant or refugee double bind and that's part of what it meant to be having this lonely traumatized childhood for me. Which in the positive sense gave me the requisite emotional damage necessarily become a writer thankful for that inherited trauma you mentioned earlier. And it's something that's really hard to explain to the everyday reader because it sounds a little bit academic you know but like when it comes down to is basically like what your parents went through and how it affected you. I don't know if you could kind of talk about the specifics of that any sort of characteristics that your parents might have passed down well. My parents were devout Catholics and Catholics. Like to suffer so in a sense we were very well equipped to deal with being refugees and immigrants because my parents suffered a lot Both in terms of just having to work really really hard and and also of course they. They survived thirty years of war in Vietnam from Nineteen forty-five to nineteen seventy five which which killed millions of people. So I have no what they had to go through to become the people that the Rx conceptual way. That's the consequences of that. Just in terms of their refugee shopkeeper lifestyle and even though they became very successful financially in the inheritor of that I also grew up feeling that we were poor made a lot of money but they were not spending it on anything and I think that watching them suffer in watching them work as much as they did. Made me not want to do what they did? But ironically I've turned into someone almost exactly like them in the sense that I work constantly now working very nice job being a professor and being writer but I'm always working and I suffer in my own way. Not Getting not in the grinding way that shopkeepers have to go through. But writing has kind of a a suffering for internal suffering journal suffering right but if you ask any writer will most writers. They're tormented by the struggle being a writer and as elite of a lifestyle as at as it is Nevertheless I think I've I've been quipped to deal with that. Based on what? I saw my parents go through and just absorbing the workaholic Catholics lifestyle. I think in my life own family. Like the way that my mom is very sort of pathological about saving money and maximizing it and that's because she grew up very poor now. I find myself thirty two earning enough money to buy a pair of shoes. The costs more than twenty dollars. Now that make you feel free. Can't do you really can't you know and and somebody told me that? I had the shoes of a restaurant worker a couple years ago now. I need to fix this and even my dad. You know when you go back home and they do your laundry for you. Here's looking at my clothes. You know it was like you need new clothes. Why don't you buy some new things you know so these things will leave a mark guy off of that what year work is in the kinds of writing that you do require so much self-knowledge as well you grew up in the bay area which is a diverse place. I also grew up in East Bay. Your south by East Bay But for me being Asian American as a kid in a very diverse place was great in some ways because it's diverse and I didn't stand out in the ways that frank for example in Tennessee has talked about very different but by the same token there are things that you've written about your experience growing up. I really relate to in that I was so intensely aware of the otherness other people perceived when they looked at me and it gave me a chip on my shoulder head a lot of like anger and resentment about the and it was really hard to know what to do with that for a long time so then to become a writer who writes about these things. You know. You're not running like fairy tales or SCI FI movies. You're you're writing is very close to these experiences in. I wonder how did you process what enabled you to get to that point? And and what was your experience like growing up. Well it's kind of interesting they'll give hearing about both of your life experiences because you could see where Franks experience would mean that. He would obviously feel like a complete other yet. We grew up in the multicultural bay area and I grew up in Vietnamese and Mexican neighborhood and so on but I still felt that that sense of otherness. And I think that's because even if we did live in a multicultural environment Dominant American culture is still was and still is dominated by white people inside like to say. I didn't really experienced that many direct episodes of racism experts if you've small ones but nevertheless I felt like we were all irradiated by racism. Just out there on the airwaves you know from. Tv Movies Radio Shock. Jocks this kind of stupid stuff that was going on. And so I felt that on absorbing that another hand also receiving support from the Vietnamese community and from an implicit Asian American community. So I went to this all white high school mostly. What High School Bunch of us? Who were of Asian descent? We knew we were different. We just didn't know how so. We've gathered a corner of the campus every day for lunch and we call ourselves. The Asian invasion reclaimed didn't have the language we knew her Asian. But we most of those guys never became political like I became political. So what happened. I think it was a combination of this Catholicism that I was raised with the suffering and the sense of sacrifice willing sacrifice I'm going to be a martyr and then I went to Berkeley and I was already an atheist. I couldn't be a Catholic martyr. Became an Asian American martyr. You know at Berkeley became immediately radicalized there and that was partly through political activism on the campus but also wanting to be writer in the context of the traditions of Asian American African American literature but also American literature I did a PhD in American literature. And I thought I'd I'm not going to refuse being Vietnamese or Asian American but I'm also at the same time going to claim my Americanised as well. I'm gonNA write stuff that goes in both directions. I did have big chip on my shoulder. Still do around about people just aren't angry enough. I came out of a Berkeley tradition. Where anger was good. Being radical was good. And then you look out at the landscape of Vietnamese and Asian literature. Sometimes you think well it's well written but maybe there's enough anger that's not enough politics in there. There has been in the past so I wanted to be someone who would incorporate both the politics of the Asian American tradition with what I imagined to be the highest levels of aesthetics and literature. That was my
"san jose california" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Autos in San Jose California had a line down the block with people waiting to shop we try to be as nice as possible but the great thing is our community really understand that these are people we take care of their opening early for seniors who are grateful for the special consideration not everybody is as capable as younger people this is a good thing I actually think that's a great thing for people because that is the most vulnerable demographics in autos and other stores say they will continue to do this for the foreseeable future Chris Martinez CBS news Los Angeles there are reports that Detroit's three main automakers will close all of their factories due to a coronavirus fears the United auto workers union has been pushing Ford fiat Chrysler and General Motors to close the automakers are expected to release details later today United Airlines is reducing its scheduled by sixty percent starting next month there will be more forty more than forty two percent fewer domestic flights and eighty five percent fewer international flights the airline says the cuts will extend into the summer travel season United expects many of its planes will be less than a third full reminder for you to viewers watching CVS sent around the world you're watching CBS and Boston because the CBS national headquarters in New York is closed out of an abundance of caution after several employees tested positive for the coronavirus we are committed to bringing you the very latest developments on the crisis as they happen we'll be right back.
The Long Road Back to the PGA Tour, with Joseph Bramlett
"People are looking for someone to root for this week? Joseph Bramlett has to be your guy. Yeah thirty one years old. He was the youngest ever. Got To qualify for the US. Am hand you know. He basically took like seven years away from the top levels of the game. I mean as someone who's back as someone who tried to play Pro Golfer a couple years and then you know so the writing on the wall and quit. Yeah I have major admiration for someone that saw the top of the tower and then went to the deepest dungeon. And now has yeah. He's out of it. He had his back. He's LEGIT PGA Tour Player. Top twenty last week at pebble so he was a great guy to talk to him. Yeah we talked to him about twenty minutes. We talked to Rafael. Who is the owner of Genesis for another fifteen or twenty minutes and he told us basically everything that their brain is doing here this week? Why they love this event while they love. La Gulf stay tuned for that a little bit later for now here is Joseph Bramlett are we are here in What is now the Genesis invitatinal press conference center with? Joseph Bramlett the Charlie Sifford exemption. This week now your first time as the Charlie Sifford exemption but a lot has changed internalize since two thousand eleven. When you were in that position the first time you just came off the top twentieth pebble. How are you feeling about the game right now? I feel good. Yeah I feel really good. My coach and I did a lot of hard work in the off season Felt like I was showing some good signs. The first couple events this season and then To have a nice respectable finish last week was a good stuff for people. That don't know your back story like let's just rip through. His backstory is taking taking shots at me. A rude you were a phenom growing up. Tell us just a little bit about where you're from. You know how you got here. Wow okay well story here we go. Yeah I grew up. In San Jose California was born in Stanford Hospital grew up playing junior golf in San Jose Bay area. Yeah when I was fourteen I was the youngest to compete in the US amador. That was a big big accomplishment for me at the time and were teen years old. Yeah it was very young. Yeah it was really cool. I I was got a little bit of media coverage and a lot of attention from college coaches so made the recruiting process. Really easy for me and Yeah from there. I played a lot of amador. Golf in northern California I went to school at Stanford Was able to graduate in two thousand ten and At the end of the year I went through school and was able to get out here in two thousand eleven straight out of college which was amazing steal. It was a big company. People can pull that off no not at all and it was. It was incredible is amazing experience. I would say that I was probably a little bit unprepared for some of the things that came along with playing professional golf. What just how frequently. We Compete Growing up I would play at tournament for three days and then I take two or three weeks off prepping for the next tournament and out here. If you miss a cut and then you've got like five days to get ready for the next one and you my my rookie year. I played nine events in a row and I played eleven out of twelve weeks straight. So I'd never done anything like that big life. Yeah it was. It was just a huge life shock. I mean not only was I competing often but I also didn't go home for like two or three months and I'd never done that before so it was just. It was a big growing experience. That lines up with a lot of what to rookies have told me in the past and are held. Varner said something like that just like your first year is such a learning curve which kind of you know sometimes guys like Matt Wolf or more cowardly like snap their finger and it happens and they get it but that it's much more a rarity than what is the norm now. Absolutely my hat off to them. I mean they`ve. They've played incredible right out of college. Which I mean shows a lot about what they can do But it's it's hard to do that and yeah I I took the the learning curve. Route niners fan absolutely. Oh yeah outsider. Yet it was. It was definitely a tough pill to swallow Starting out the year I was really pumped. I thought we might make the playoffs. I was really pumped. I was like we might be in contention again and then eight games in house like we're good and then Yeah I knew going against the chiefs in the super bowl is going to be hard because they're so dangerous is Jimmy G. The truth for you is he the one Jimmy. Jeez my guy can't roll with. Okay I like it. Yeah I mean from a Franchise Tag Joe Montana and Steve. Young I mean. We have very high expectations quarterback no doubt when Jimmy came to the niners. The excitement around the niners went through the roof for him when he didn't have anything. I'm so he is helped the culture shift in San Francisco and for those reasons alone. I'm riding with as a packers fan. The niners warped our ask twice this year so down there better scary. So good football interlude. They're kind of like that. She was stick with just the football. Let's talk about Shanahan. Nice Forty five minutes twenty eleven. Yeah well you played well. You didn't quite keep your car right. You were just a few thousand dollars. Away thousand-year status. I mean how do you? How do you process being so close? You know being on the grind for that whole year and then just missing out on keeping your card It was tough. It was it was a tough experience. So two thousand eleven was my rookie year out here on the PGA tour and That year actually got my head kicked in pretty good. I didn't I didn't come quite that close to keeping my car. I think I've finished around one ninety five on the money list but the next year was my first year on the what is now the Korn ferry tour and so I think that's what you're referencing that year I was inside the top twenty five all year and thought I was going to get my PGA tour card back. I was really excited because now I had this experience with me looking forward to getting back and I came up short in our last tournament. The tour championship one shot short and I was I was devastated Kinda. Wear you stood where you needed to finish. Never know for sure because I think it was the tour championship there. Sixty guys plan. I was somewhere around twenty fifth and so there are a lot of guys behind me that we're playing well and you never know where it's going to shake out so. I knew I needed to get out of it as I could. Yeah I know that like there's little decisions you make on the golf course. Have these really big effects on the rest of your life. Yeah and that's what you train for as a kid to block all that stuff out just kind of stay. Stay PRESENT. Stay in the moment. I think I've put myself in that situation so many times. That much more prepared for. I've I've learned to do it. But it's it's really stressful. And Yeah so tell me about life since then because now you're actually thriving on the PGA tour but what happened between two thousand twelve and now. What was your road back like? Yeah so halfway. Through the two thousand thirteen season Was warming up for the Utah Championship. And I swing with a LOB wedge. I just got this searing pain throughout my whole body. I felt like every nerve in my body was set on fire and I just got stuck. I couldn't move. I had no idea what it was. I hadn't had anything like that happened before so I tried to get some treatment. You know one thing led to another. I had to withdraw from the tournament. The next day couldn't play and Yeah I spent the next six weeks at home laying on the floor Cross of visceral description by every never my body felt like it was on fire. Yeah with something. I've never experienced before. And anyone with back pain probably has a reference to what I'm talking to But it's it's just such a humbling experience because I went from being a professional athlete. Who Does everything with my body to laying on the floor and you know asking you know loved ones if they can bring me some food or like not brushing my teeth for days at a time because I just can't bend over to do it So it's just it's it's a very very humbling experience. GotTa be one of those things that you and I. We can listen to you. Describe it. We can't understand it until happens to you. Like no one can really understand back dame until they have back pain at least that's my understanding of it. Yeah I I'd say that's fair. I certainly had no idea what I was getting into at the time. Either and There's a lot of people deal with it though. That's the scary thing is that like it's the back dictates everything that moves in your body so if that computer has a problem nothing else functions and yeah. I mean it was from there. I got a lot of imaging and a lot of memories taken and we started to realize that I had an annual charity. My four zero five disc and that takes eighteen months to heal on average. So that wasn't fun. News to hear from the doctor goes through your brain when he says eighteen months. Until you gotta be kidding me. Eighteen months what takes eighteen months like. Yeah I'm like Senate guys to the moon and eighteen months like how does that even but It just shows you how delicate and fragile. The human body is and You know from that point I just started trying to figure out any routes I could take to speed up the process. I saw fifteen different spine surgeons and the first fourteen told me. I wasn't a candidate for surgery. All they could do implement rods and my back and that would end my career and then the last guy last guy was like yeah. I mean I can open you up and take a look. Were you looking for that information from? Are you looking for someone that would agree to surgery or I I was? I I knew surgery was not the best long-term solution but I started getting impatient and I was wanting someone to fix my problem And about the guy is the host this week the same exact things multiple surgery so I imagine yeah and as an athlete like we do things with our bodies and we wanna you know be strong and get back out there and get to work and Yeah I didn't. I couldn't do that so I actually was considering the last guy pretty good. And it's where my girlfriend's stepped in and she's like you're not GonNa do this like not having an experiment. Doctors exploratory back surgeries. She's like go. See this guy that I know. He's a physical therapist and so yes she got me. In touch. With my current physical therapist cody Fowler and Yeah from there. We started piecing together. How my body moved and kind of get me back on on track.
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"San Jose California south of San Francisco St the live update for listeners Alex I will be checking back with you you got it sounds good thanks at WSB used time is seven nineteen WSB meteorologist double five day forecast sponsored by Breda pest management they handle bar exam critters just posted a new in depth of block on the weather for the next five to ten days at WSB radio dot com today we have a smog alert code orange for sensitive groups heat and humidity returns has its back to summer weather this week but more dry then went for at least the next few days have a storm does pop up looks like the main window would be sometime between two PM and seven PM look for a high today around ninety lows tonight sixty eight to seventy two tomorrow and Wednesday a mix of clouds and sun only a stray thunderstorm possible but mostly dry look for highs of eighty nine to ninety one and lows around seventy one my exclusive five day forecast Thursday and Friday a thirty percent chance of a thunderstorm Thursday forty percent Friday Thursday ninety one Friday eighty eight lows sixty nine regarding your forecast for today Rhonda seven on the train Mellish meter variable clouds and sun a couple of stray thunderstorms possible late afternoon or early evening and a high around ninety yesterday was eighty nine right now seventy I'm meteorologist Kirk knowledge W. as space let's go back the morning drive about seven twenty here's my number because boiled ramps are located by the Georgia four hundred I think a lot of books find a breakdown of what wait for a great stuff don't stop the bike to divide back to the north brook park earlier crash in all pulled off the side of the gym yeah Ford the back though eighty five south to go blazing for more still plan on twenty five minutes three sixteen to spaghetti junction not bad inside the perimeter between Claremont road in mid town actually Frasca northwest brake lights sound from town lake parkway on five seventy five headed south you break loose so well before you get the bells ferry road seventy five south still a great ride in from way green road in the Marietta traffic brought to violate Aram Jack your foundation repair experts foundation repair it's all they do for your free on site evaluation visit Illinois ran track dot com triple team traffic WSP one express our deep appreciation for how you responded to our care I thought for the aflac cancer blood disorders that are over one point seven million dollars to fight these terrible diseases will ground breaking research right here in Atlanta you all are just amazing you have no idea how encouraging your support is for these kids their families and caregivers but we do but the bottom of our hearts and there's thank you W. best news time seven twenty one here it comes again lunch will be the same old same old are you ready to take a vacation from the ordinary with the new Jamaican jerk Turkey sub at firehouse subs freshly sliced smoked Turkey breast credibly sweet mustard sauce and a hint of Caribbean seasonings just five fifty five for media save time order the new Jamaican jerk Turkey sub on the firehouse subs at firehouse subs enjoy more subs save more lives participating locations only time only plus tax prices may vary for delivery.
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"Doing? I live in San Jose, California. The the property that that the city is selling to Google has been vacant for a very long time. Okay, proposals were given to get a developer in their build build affordable housing do all kinds of stuff like that. Nothing was done. This city is run by Hicks. And it's a over a million people live here, and it is just ten they have ten years the city has an immigration office. I thought that was federal I don't know what the hell they're doing. But they're not. They're not listening to the people. I have called our mayor. We have we have streets that don't have sidewalks on no sidewalk walking in the mud. So what you're saying is getting getting Facebook and these companies build housing is is not on the top of the list. Or are you saying though, it is not wait? Or are you saying should you be? Some of these very wealthy. What do we call them neighbors or people that there's companies that have moved in live in San Jose? All all I see. And you know, the people of San Jose are underserved by our officials. They they have a ten year. They do not you you never see them any works. They'll make announcements in the newspaper on the radio you'll hear him something like that. But they never come into the town. How long have you lived in San Jose? I've lived here since nineteen sixty eight now let me just I literally I'm asking you questions of the last time. I was go ahead last. I I was there once in the sixties, and it really was then and last time I was up their farms everywhere. Yeah. And I and I probably was up there last about eight years ago, and it's beautiful. I mean, there's all developed downtown populated city. Because they spent a lot of money on it. Where's where's the? So I wanted to ask usually wear. Neighborhoods is the suburbs. Yeah. Well, yeah. I it's all one town. Yeah. When you when you get away from the center of town, there ain't a whole lot there. I mean, you I on the little off a major street that six lanes there on parts of it. There are no sidewalks, Dan, if I if I could just sympathize with you or maybe make you feel better by letting you know that the great city of Los Angeles. Is you forget the no sidewalks? You can't drive on the Los Angeles drive on the roads. Let alone walk out of no sidewalks sidewalks. Are there aren't any better? There's so torn up by the roots of the trees at if if you're over seventy years old, you're gonna fall on your face, and you don't have police. No way. Proved that we're in worse situation than you are not the kind of. Anyone wants to win? A woman was murdered two two doors down from me in the street. I saw it happen within the police forever to get here. I appreciate your call, and hopefully people respond to it. Thank you so much. I am. I one thing. I am not complaining about is the first responder services in southern California. I am not complaining. These are second to none. And and luckily live with the great city of Pasadena where we have great water and power also. So the really what's important to us. The cities do deliver in terms of fire and police and really deliver down here. I'm sure you'll say the same up in northern California. But in terms of making life better for its citizens that where things are a little bit off the rail. We would say eight that's why we get angry about things like a fast train to nowhere. It stuff like that eight hundred two two two five two two two is our phone number. We're going gonna talk about the opioid crisis. It's Lawrence von, Dr drew. This is midday line. ABC news live and local at one thirty. 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"san jose california" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Was a little overdone next up let's go to mark in san jose california go ahead mark thanks for calling thanks george very welcome he's a great guest i know when it's all of this jesus appear to he said he had sent him to turn from darkness to light and from the hours satan to the kingdom of god that they may receive remission of sins by faith in him and so you know the sermons demon suggest or not if they're not saved if they're not a christian there's still in the kingdom of satan so the people like david you remember david berserk with yup i remember that guy shoot people on the street somehow the cop said crate reserve and not having a little accident on the way to the jailhouse but he was in prison and years later james dobson and focus on the family interviewed the guy and he testified that he was nicknamed david beserk rich because he would growl and scream and write letters and blood and then he found a new testament and songs in the prison and i do not believe the mandates faking i actually believe he got saved infringing so you know a case like that you know if dear believe that jesus died for your sam and that he raised for your justification whether your demons disaster or not demon possessed dave you're you're translated into the kingdom of god right his in mark chapter five that guy he was after he got the demons cast out he was seated enclosed in in his right mind how important is religion to an exorcist richard well i'm a catholic and i believe you know jesus is the son of god so i i do believe that there is a special our in in christianity to help deliver people and i believe people are ultimately delivered by jesus having said that you know i wouldn't i wouldn't say that there haven't been successful delivering so people's in other religion there's a lot of good in many religions which at least have a sincere belief in in in in some kind of reasonable view of god so most religions well first of all most religions believe in able spirits by far it's it's relatively unusual in history actually for people not to believe in evil spirits and i think most of the mainstream religions have indicated that making spiritual progress is a way to get rid of able spirit all right let's go to walton pennsylvania walter go ahead sir hi georgia george i thought it was a year twenty eighteen and not the ten eighteen george i cannot believe that in this day and age in this age of sub of space exploration and laser surgery we are having this ridiculous conversation i mean what what what's what's ridiculous about it walter george your guests but you know with all due respect gusty speaks about the hollywood sensationalism and producing these films like the exorcist george have entertain the idea that the authors of the bible itself were engaged in their own i probably in their own dramatic you know what i mean the writers of the bible there was no psychology georgia's as i said pregnancy renault microscopes no telescopes the bible is the epic tale of the jewish people it's the last of the great ethics to be debunked joy are you saying that there are no demons rault well absolutely know ancient times as i said there was no science of psychology they say you know that the devil was whispering one here in the guardian angel was westbourne and the other you know that was.
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"Everybody this is coach austin again coming to you from hyper strength and conditioning in the sunny sought of california san jose california in the bay area silicon valley less go and today i'm going to be talking about three d body scanning yes what is it what is it what does it do all that fun stuff we just installed an awesome bit three d body scan in my in my facility and we're gonna be talking about all that stuff so body body scanning all that stuff you know the latest and greatest of fitness tech is just on the horizon i mean everything's already being built and being evolved and pushed out and all that stuff virtual reality and all this other stuff but before i go more into it make sure to go to see if g shortcut dot com c g short good dot com at us into at into the facebook group for awesome dating tips and life coaching tips and fitness tips by yours shouli coach ami anc coach robin all right so fit three what is it why do you need to do it or why would you wanna do it is it even accurate does it measure body fat or and and yeah and yeah so so if you guys are on the social interwebs and all that fun so have you probably saw facebook the sheep scale or you know that that thing where like you stand on it and it takes a three d image of you and all that stuff and then and then it shows you know like all the intricacies of your body takes a full on three to image of you and like your by set chess avs legs all that fun stuff and puts you like it makes a little avatar for you and then read your body fat and your muscle mass and all that stuff so i was looking more because i needed an efficient way to start measuring everyone's body fat and lean body mass in our jim because originally we did the seven side skillful cala protesting all that and we were falling behind because.
"san jose california" Discussed on WGTK
"Let's go to scott in san jose california scott you're on the medved show hi i wanted to discuss the disenfranchisement that some people feel from churches while they still maintain a faith in god and i would point to the letter from the birmingham jail from in it he's actually addressing the very people he would think would already understand and support civil com rights or download but the churches the free were app afraid to get to started do that they're afraid of offending individual stuck members in but traffic perhaps we've numbers got in the the government answer and that might be one reason to not really trust any of the organized of such what he was talking about was there were eight shire's actually there are seven churches in one synagogue in the birmingham area that had a posted public letter in the local press saying that kings should cancel his demonstrations and people should be more patient and while they favored the cause of civil rights these pastors in the one rabbi said that they should they should hold off and not use tactics that were so confrontational and king it's just such a brilliant piece he wrote the letter in birmingham jail initially he was in a jail cell he didn't have any paper to write on he started writing it on literally on toilet paper because that's all he had in his cell and then he was given a few scraps of paper to write it on before he finally got a pad and finished writing it all the religious citations which are brilliant and brilliantly deployed he was using from memory so you're right i mean i think that one of the things that people do react to is when religious organizations don't live up to their ideals that tends to sour people but actually i think probably dr king's work brought more people to religion and drove driving people away from it eric in seattle you're on the michael medved show one of your previous callers talked about inexperience he had where you know he heard from god i actually had a one on one conversation in words with words got speaking back to you yes absolutely.
"san jose california" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Five seventeen seventy six two jakub in san jose california you're on the medved show with richard epstein purpose are epstein or kim korpi apple oh ceo he said recently in an interview that they can't just in case from china because china has all the supply chain all the companies that feed into their re manufacturing process they have to remain in place over in china but china is threatening to fly s they're going to step in if we take selfdefence actions against north korea what's this uh uh uh dilemma with no uh resolution what's the solution to this uh this this problem that we have with companies doing business with those that threatened to kill us well i made this that extensive heavily business done in china in one of the arguments for doing business strangely enough is that the more people start the trade with you the less when they ought to bomb you because if they bomb you they're going to hurt themselves on the other end of these particular transactions as far as mr korakas concerned i'm not a great admirer of him to put it mildly i'll but my own view is that whenever you face sovereign risks that is a government misbehaving on any issue what you do is you diversify you a supply chain so you're not at the mercy of anyone given party and my recommendation for him would be to go to all sorts of other places including domestically and are better internal environment now on the trump to try to develop things the um as far as north career is concerned it's a really delicate balance when rex tillerson spoke here at hoover about a week and a half half ago he said that the chinese in the americans were cooperating on this issue i have to take him at his word in this situation and that means you don't wanna get to punitive to them but would you do want to do as a last point is to increase american investment in china you have to get them to respect american intellectual property rights which to this day they have not been willing to do that you might know something that i don't here which is a is there any historical basis at all for this notion that.
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"Top ten most post christian cities and it that means secular cities in the united states uh let's see here from number one to number ten so i be you are generally rv the big worst announcer l k number ten number ten is san jose california this is only god is this forty yard and handinhand items of the cities that have with the least amount of people who claim to be religious secular enough i want to be that make placed answer for this july and he saying i mean this is like this and with the most unique me assists we well people who don't go to church are agnel stick yes why is it is premium atheist yun on an egg dustic i know as on streinu as a believe in anything atheist or believe in god that's bob now it's the other way around zero yeah something something like that it was like we really know we're talking of i now well we do in terms of san jose noone what no one goes to church san jose is very futures their hotel kind growing number nine i am do the nine san francisco in oakland number eight seattletacoma number seven buffalo number sick holden buffalo to make it theories the new york number five new haven connecticut number four plattsburgh new york nigerian heard of plattsburgh new york unsettled mattress ucits number.
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"Of them little specifically about unaccompanied minors m a input pollution for that they also looked at photos and i so that the lord of these kids like eight nine year old yet some of them girls it's it's it's horrifying it's eight these horrifying it's it's it's it's unbelievable don't know how to undo story and and i'm not a mother but i can't even a man jin what it would take to be a mother to say i'm gonna stay here and i'm gonna set because i'm afraid for my kids life i'm going to send them on this horrifying journey take out loans that there we have the and risk everything put her house up you know risk all of our land all of our every at look what little we have in order to get these kids on i imagine if they don't pay deal some village serious implications full the long legs actiity either that their lives are at risk or they lose property that is critical for their survival in the case of the floor is twins they you know their family where subsistence farmers to lose their lands meant losing their ability to eat and survive so so there there's a ton of a ton of these kids they're released leased from detention temporarily and one of the conditions of their release is that they have to do that their sponsor whoever's taking them in that some adults that that that that the government has vetted kind of they don't always do the best job at betting but they're also under tremendous pressure and they're trying to get the kids out of detention which is which is fueled yeah that's a good thing um and so the the condition of of releasing to a sponsors the sponsor has to enroll you in school take care of your basic needs and make sure you get to court so they had to enroll in school they're at first told that they couldn't enroll in school when they were they they first went to to san jose california and they were told there that they couldn't enroll in school they then moved to oakland california and went to the school district to kind of try to figure it out they were able to enroll in school but they really needed to make money so.
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"Go to michael medved i come you can read all about it it's a beautiful program we have changed lives we've given new hope it's made such a huge difference particularly down in in haiti and eight five five 330 hope they're operator standing by right now eight five five 330 hope food for the poor let's go back to evan in san jose california you're on the michael medved show evans so you were saying that elon musk wants to build a an alternate universe in mars at you know most people don't think that is a very likely development okay but i was also saying that intelligence level of human beings we have learn how to exploit the damage wreaked your plan they did not know how to do that in a cowboy days your way back when wickert dinosaur so we are calling out farmers were getting rid of plant life where where caroline noory animals on new york while it by early by getting into their environment we are okay g evan can i ask a question let me ask you a question what do you think do you think there's more forest in the united states today or do you think it was more in nineteen hundred one hundred and seventeen years ago now i'm sure there were more no you're wrong wearing our wrong you're wrong wrong wrong there is more forest today gino why it's people happen clinton replanting doc what they cut down no it's actually there's there's some of that because some of the dump timber companies do that but the main reason that we have more forest today is because exactly what you're saying we're very clever we are now producing a huge amount of food enough to export food to the whole world on less land there is much less land given to agriculture when i was in college i used to do some work for the connecticut park and forest association and this mapping trails and there's a whole trail system in connecticut that goes through forests that have grown over old farms that used to be farms and that's happened all up and down the eastern seaboard as it's happened in the midwest and the the truth of the.
"san jose california" Discussed on The Body of Knowledge
"My mom put me in the the competitive swim program at our family business oh park up in san jose california and the team would go all around the state competing with others from teams and so on but i reluctantly competed in it and then after just a few short weeks decided to quit at which point quit quit you quit the family biz quit the family sport what she did is she then sign me up for martial arts so uh she was very clever she never hit me jesus simply sign me up and paid for other people to hit me uh eight of one of the one of the inevitable lessons that i learned martial arts was never to take your eyes off of your opponent at learn that very it at a very young age from mr are used to punch me in the face when i would now looking down i could you get your eyes on the target here is of tar always keep your eyes on the opponent what mr r hers teach me the business itself was basically back then in the '70s it was a sort of a leisure club so there was a time and space where americans had leisure time and leisure money uh meaning that families would take their kids they're spend the whole summer there we had a sort of an adjunct fitness room and the by the time i was a teenager i was learning how to train people from a mom so the thomas seventeen eighteen nineteen i was teaching people how to use the universal machine in the back of of the business and you are still practising martial arts was marcher primary movement at the time or would you had you expanded other sports yeah i was a pretty decent soccer players and all states oscar player growing up and then a decent martial ours i got my black brought when i was fourteen turnin fifteen and continued to train and tele was nineteen and then soccer was the sport that i played in college until i found tracts i did to sports through college soccer and track and then picked up a love for hip hop so it was a very eclectic sort of background the wide variety of sports how did that influence a athleticism.