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Larry and Tribune Editor Stephanie Finucane Discuss Systemic Racism
"Good morning, mister elder. Morning. Stephanie phonon, I'm the opinion editor at the tribune in San Luis Obispo. And I'm going to return to the topic of systemic racism. On your website, you say it's outrageous that America is being demonized a systemically racist. Yeah, that seems to fly in the face of what we see around us and our reporting. For example, tab Webber just completed a series on redlining in Fresno and how it prevented black Asian and Latino people from buying property and preferred areas. And that has ramifications to this day. A national survey just ranked west Fresno is one of the worst places in the nation for a black person to live. And it was the only place in the west to receive such a bad ranking. How do you respond to that? Well, I'm back in 1991. There was a black Harvard sociologist named Orlando Patterson. He's still there. 1991. And he said, America, despite its flaws, is the least racist majority society in the world provides more opportunities for blacks than any other country in the world, including all of those of Africa. 1997, Time Magazine, CNN, time teamed up, you'll study a black teens and white teams. And they asked them both were the racism was a major problem in America. Again, this is 1997. And both of them said, yes. But then they did something that I rarely seen, any study do. They ask black teens if racism was a big problem, a small problem or no problem in your own daily life. 89% of black teens called racism a small problem or no problem in their own daily life. In fact, more black teens than white team said, failure to take advantage of available opportunities is a bigger problem than racism. I want to repeat that. More black teens and white teens said, and this is pretty much verbatim. Fail I want you to take advantage of available opportunities is a bigger problem than racism in
"san luis obispo" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?
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"san luis obispo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"San Luis Obispo Center, Ventura and Yuba counties. If you'd like to see the letter hear more from Dave Butler there it's kfbk dot com The afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil traffic and weather together for you right now, let's hear from Dana has to talk slower. I couldn't write down all those times. It's all online. Oh, thank you. Yeah. Oh, yeah, I put the pin down. You might try Counties Bank and Right now, Kenny. Oh, policy eastbound Cap City want evidence? The north on right? We've got a report of a traffic hazard working there right now, and it looks like it is blocking the ramp. CHP. Knows about it. And they are on their way. Otherwise, Oh, it's seven minutes downtown of the split eastbound camp city. And once you get there another eight minutes on his about 80 out to Roosevelt Douglas Boulevard. You're going to hell. Grove South 25. 11 minutes 10 minutes on 99 again. This is as good as it gets on those roadways. Santana Folsom Eastbound 50 18 minutes saying that Hazel Avenue we have a report of a traffic hazard out there. It's some red pillows in the number three and four lengths. Pillows like a Monty Python sketch er, the country pillows Uh, anyway yeah, they're waiting for you there in the world will be careful. 16 minutes to Woodland North, Dont Vibe and 11 minutes to Davis Westbound 80 For more than 45 years, Try counties Bank has helped California businesses thrive with their unique brand observance with solutions a country you style of relationship banking, built to last for years, switched to better banking locations throughout the Sacramento area. Visit Tri counties, bank dot com. Chapping on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. From the Bonnie leading the way home Traffic centre. Dana has news 93.1 kfbk Excessive heat warning in effect through Saturday evening tonight mainly clear low 64 to 68. Very hot tomorrow. Mostly sunny skies, record breaking high temperatures. The high one Oh 821 12 Friday.
"san luis obispo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Bay in San Luis Obispo County 20 miles off the coast. The state says this will provide power for 1.6 million homes the next decade. The development their moral bay will cover 400 acres, the project in Northern California. Work with the port of Humboldt. Jack Cronin. NEWS 93.1 KFBK, California energy regulators are poised to launch a campaign urging Californians to conserve power. This summer KFBK is John Lowe. Bertini reports. Utilities that weren't prepared a year ago are now stocking up on power in a 1 80. They're planning procuring power and also calling upon the investor owned utilities to pick your additional power. That's Assemblyman Chris Hold on. He's chair of the Assembly, Utilities and Energy Committee. The blueprint for change includes more Our generation, even power storage on lithium ion batteries. But Elliot Banzer, who runs Calyx, so the state's power grid says there's still a delicate balance. If we get hit with another event like we had last August and imports significantly reduced, that's going to be a stressed system imports or wild card because demand went up last year in other Western states. John Lowe Bertini News 93.1 kfbk Elsewhere in the news at a time when many cities are de funding, police sex Mental city leaders could be headed in a different direction and it because Johnny de Agostini fills us in the Sacramento City Council is considering several additions to the police department like new body cams and five new officer positions in the Professional standards Unit. Some community members, though, are advocating to defund the department using parts of its nearly $166 million budget and increase of nearly 10 million from last year on community based projects like housing, health and human services, or parks and recreation. City Council is set to vote on the budget next month, preparing to end its fiscal year. Johnny De Agostini was 93.1 KF began this morning. A post pandemic recovery plan is being outlined in.
Parents Sue Father Accused of Hiding Kristin Smart's Body
"College student Kristin Smart have sued the father of the man charged with killing their daughter nearly 25 years ago. The lawsuit says smarts body was buried in Ruben Flores, his backyard and that he moved it under cover of darkness to another location after investigators searched his property in February of 2020. That mirrors claims made by prosecutors this week when they charged Reuben Flora's with being an accessory after the alleged murder. He was released from custody yesterday after posting $50,000 bail. Son, Paul Flores is being held without bail. He's accused of sexually assaulting and murdering smart in 1996 on the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo campus, where both were freshmen. Lawsuit against Ruben Flores seeks damages for intentionally causing emotional distress by helping his son cover up the crime. It says Flora's God help moving the body from two unnamed accomplices who will later be added as defendants in the case.
Divorce Your Narcissist With Tina Swithin
"Tina's within is the author of divorcing a narcissist and founder of the high conflict divorce coach certification program. Tina continues to champion children's rights through her family court advocacy. She is working to raise awareness of the issues in the family court system and educate the general public on post separation abuse and narcissistic abuse. Tina is married and resides in san luis obispo california with her husband and two daughters. Welcome tina thank you so much for having me. I am absolutely honored to be here. I love your stuff. Read it all heard so many interviews and so impressed with you and so sorry for what you had to go through. Of course our audience is of women who are going through similar situations. So we're all in this together so who listen to this. Podcast are generally at the beginning of their journey of the abuse so for example they may have found porn on a computer or they may suspect has been having an affair or something like that something kind of more tangible than i would say narcissism might maybe they find porn which is different than maybe thinking is my husband nurses or maybe they find out about a lie and they're not really thinking divorce yet at this point. They're thinking well. Maybe we need to go to therapy. Or what's wrong with him. Or maybe if i can figure out if he has a personality disorder what it is. Maybe we can get some help. And the reason why i wanted to interview is because i want women to be thinking long term that regardless of whether they've decided to divorce right now or they're kind of considering it or thinking about it or sort of mulling it over or perhaps trying to avoid it but again. What are some things that they need to consider so that they can be prepared long term. It's sort of like having a savings account right. You know you never want to lose your job but you have a savings account just in case you do. Can we start there with some things that like. You wish you would have known years before you even recognized. The your husband was in our assist. Absolutely and i. I want to say because i relate to the foundation of your program so much and my situation it wasn't porn but it was a some a similar infidelity of sorts. I discovered that he had a mistress and that was
Prime Suspect Paul Flores Charged With 1996 Murder of Kristin Smart
"Pedro, arrested this week in connection with the murder of a Cal state San Luis Obispo student 25 years ago, is also now being investigated for sexual assault in Los Angeles. Paul Flores has long been the prime suspect in the disappearance of 19 year old Kristin Smart 1996, the college freshman was allegedly killed during a sexual assault in Florida. His dorm room slow county District attorney Dan Tao says floors is also suspected of committing sexual acts around sent Piedra where he lives and where he was known to frequent the bars. We do have evidence in this case that leads us to conclude that there very well may be additional victims in the Southern California area, so we would ask that anybody that may have had experience with him that they have questions about for them to reach out and contact law enforcement. The LAPD says detectives have gathered evidence against floors about assault that allegedly occurred over several years. The only county Da's office has not decided whether to final charges based on that evidence. Well.
Paul Flores Accused of Killing Kristin Smart During Rape Attempt
"In the Christian Smart case. San Luis Obispo County prosecutors believe they know where her body was buried. Paul Flores is now charged with murder and attempted rape. His father is charged as an accessory for allegedly helping to dispose of the body. The 19 year old vanished on her way back to our Cal Poly San Luis Obispo dorm 25 years ago floors was the last person seen with her.
'Prime suspect' arrested in student's 1996 disappearance
"A man who attended Cal Poly university in the nineteen nineties has been arrested in connection with the murder of a female student who vanished nearly twenty five years ago the sheriff in San Luis Obispo county California says they've considered forty four year old Paul flora's likely to be the suspect for years he was the last person seen with Kristen smart when she disappeared in nineteen ninety six returning to her dorm from a party announcing on K. E. Y. T. T. V. the rest of Paul Flores for the murder of Kristen smart and the rest of his father Ruben Flores as an accessory to the murder sheriff Ian Parkinson says they've executed dozens of search warrants in recent years and now have evidence linking the suspect to Kristin smart he vows they will continue to search for her remains we are not going to stop until Kristen has been recovered police say new witnesses came forward in the case after hearing about the podcast your own backyard I'm Jackie Quinn
2 Suspects Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart
"Arrests have been made in connection with the 1996 disappearance of Cal Poly student Kristin Smart Cave be Kay's Jensen. Reiter has the latest nearly 25 years later in murder charges are finally being brought against the main suspect in the Kristin Smart case. I'm here this afternoon to announce the rest of Paul Floors. The murder of Kristen Smart and the rest of his father, Ruben Flora's as an accessory to the murder. San Luis Obispo County Sheriff in Parkinson made the announcement from the Cal Poly campus, not providing any details as to what evidence finally led to those arrests. And this is probably a question I will answer at this point. That we have not recovered Kristen. We will continue to focus on finding her remains regardless of any court
Paul Flores Arrested in 1996 Disappearance of Kristin Smart
"Time person of interest in the 1996 disappearance of his former Cal Poly San Luis Obispo classmate, Kristin Smart. His father was also arrested. Paul Flora's long described as a prime suspect by authorities was taken into custody and San Pedro by San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's officials. His attorney confirmed he was informed of his client's arrest, but said he had no further comment. California is now pausing the Johnson and Johnson
Gov. Newsom declares State of Emergency in Monterey County due to winter storms
"The legislation will be put on the table next week, and California Governor Gavin Newsom is issuing an emergency proclamation for Monterrey and San Luis Obispo counties. This is because of damage caused by winter storms last week, the storm's field by an atmospheric river weather system have caused flooding, forcing thousands to evacuate. Caltrans must form Request assistance through
The Timothy Leary Conviction
"On january twenty first nineteen seventy former harvard professor and so called priest of lsd timothy. Leary was sentenced to ten years in prison on drug smuggling charges but in september of that year. The fifty year-old academic broke out of a san luis obispo facility with the help of the weatherman. The daring escape only added to the mystique of the man president. Nixon wants declared the most dangerous man in america. But just what made leery so dangerous. Well it might not surprise you. That richard nixon may have been exaggerating for his own political game according to authors. Bill minna tag. Leo and stephen l davis nixon's advisors suggested he find a public enemy to distract the public from his own flagging approval rating the war in vietnam and the struggling economy. They leary a prominent figure in the counterculture movement and because the former professor was a proud exponent of hallucinogenic drug use. The president's ir fit right in with his war on drugs narrative timothy leary was something of a self appointed spokesperson for the benefits of drug use. Which heat enjoyed since one thousand nine hundred sixty after an experimental magic mushrooms trip. The already noted psychologist became excited about the possibilities. Mushrooms and similar drugs had on the human brain during his tenure. At harvard he conducted academic experiments on the effects of hallucinogens. Drawing the attention and admiration of other notable nineteen sixties figures famed authors. Like gin berg and jack kerouac willingly participated in leary's experiments and it was perhaps their involvement that catapulted the professor onto the national stage before long leary was touring the country speaking about his research and reportedly brushing up against the rich and famous inevitably a backlash arrived. Leary's teaching colleagues criticized his experimentation with lsd. They believed research of that. Nature should be left to medical doctors not psychologists meanwhile psychology experts who once lauded leary's earlier work now made it clear that his drug centered experiments were less praiseworthy. Despite these blows leary insisted that taking lsd was quote a sacramental ritual one that could expand human consciousness. Harvard university did not agree and fired him in nineteen sixty three but by that stage leary had a new life. He was a counterculture touchstone for the masses and a legitimizing scientific voice in the pro drug movement. He rubbed shoulders with marilyn monroe and sang with john. Lennon and yoko ono in short he was a powerful voice advocating for drug use throughout the nineteen sixties. He even appeared before a senate committee to argue in favor of legislation. That would make it legal for adults to use hallucinogenic drugs. So when richard. Nixon assumed the presidency in nineteen sixty nine leary was squarely in his sights. Ostensibly nixon wanted to eliminate drug use in the country. Leary very much did not. That made him dangerous. So it's little surprise that when leary's appeal of his nineteen sixty five drug-smuggling conviction was overturned. The government wanted a second bite at the apple but any joy nixon and his cabinet might have felt in putting leary. Away was short lived using his network of contacts. The former professor escaped prison remaining on the run until nineteen seventy three when he was detained in afghanistan and sent back to the united states. There he was jailed in the notorious folsom. Prison and briefly befriended charles manson and though his sentence was for ten years leary was paroled in nineteen. Seventy six having served just three. It's a surprising twist day given that so many drug offenders imprisoned for decades on similar offenses then again timothy leary was famous and white which might have had something to do with his early release
"san luis obispo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Cunningham, who represents San Luis Obispo, says the bill is designed to restore balance between the two branches of state government. Mark Mayfield News 93.1 KFBK this morning U. S. Senator Dianne Feinstein says she is not planning to leave the Senate early. He is expected to stay on through her term, which ends in 2024. She didn't interview with the Los Angeles Times, spoke speaking out against those who criticized her job performance and questioning her age, he said, and we quote I don't feel my cognitive abilities have diminished. Do I forget something sometimes, Quite Possibly. She is the Senate's oldest member at the age of 87. While health officials pleaded with California residents to stay home for Thanksgiving, the Irani hotel in Yosemite National Park hosted a dinner for hundreds of guests. The dinner event does not seem to a violated Mariposa counties health guidelines. At the time, however, it was contradicting to advice from the state and CBC Advisors. Hotel officials say they did spread those guests the hundreds of guests out over six hours of time and limited the amount of people of the number of people in the ballroom at one time. Stay at home orders are in effect until at least January, 1st for an area that encompasses Lake Tahoe, but not far off. The Nevada side of the lake is open. Andy Chapman is the CEO for inclined Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau, which covers North Tahoe. Directive that I've seen talks about travel within 3 to 4 hours to the three hours of your home or your home area to wreck create and to do those healthy things outside so You certainly can come to Tahoe. Obviously, we are asking people to be responsible travels and travelers. The local Tahoe officials recommend that you consult Lake Tahoe's know before you go online resource is before traveling there. Okay, let's get you caught up Now on your national stories from ABC. The FDA notified Madonna. It's moving forward with an emergency use authorization for that drugmakers Corona virus vaccine and that would mean to would be available today. Vice President Mike Pence his wife Karen in the Surgeon General, Jerome Adams received the Fizer vaccine nation's top infectious disease. Doctor, Anthony Fauci, watched the vaccinations and said We all hope and I think this is doable. That By the time we get to several months into this year, we will have enough people protected that we can start thinking seriously about to return to normality. But right now over 114,000 people are in hospitals, the most at any point in the pandemic. There are zero intensive care beds available in Southern California. Still, no deal on Capitol Hill on a new economic relief bill is the two sides continue talking on an arrangement that would include direct payments to many Americans. Sources tell ABC the cyber attack against the US went undetected for six months, his analyst, try to figure out the scope of the breach. Brian Clark ABC News Coming up, vandal caught. It's news from your neighborhood in three minutes or with the virus, inactive.
Third monolith found in California, matches ones from Utah and Romania
"Monolith has been discovered on a mountaintop in Atascadero in the San Luis Obispo County area. Okay, if the case Marshall Benson, with more the tall chrome and cubic structure has now become a spectacle for its random appearance and mystery surrounding the objects. It appears to have been made of stainless steel. And it is not. The first metal monolith to be discovered marvelous have been discovered in Utah as well, with rumored copycats, starting to erect them as far away as Romania. The space like monoliths disappeared as mysteriously as they arrived with no witnesses, adding to the mystery of the objects. Marshall
Heat warnings in effect for Los Angeles area
"Temperatures are a little bit cooler in some places today, but excessive heat warnings remain in effect through nine PM Wednesday in the Antelope, Santa Clarita and San Fernando Valley. Even a Southern California suffers through a sometimes record breaking heat wave. Weather forecasters are predicting heavy and slow moving thunderstorms. DNA Kodiak reports and those thunderstorms could lash many mountains and valleys, potentially causing dangerous flash floods. The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood advisory that last through this evening, it covers San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara Ventura and L. A county's except for the Santa Monica Mountains. People living below recent wildfire burned areas are urged to be ready to
"san luis obispo" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Hour your home for a regional reporting I'm Deborah Rodriguez the Republican Party has settled on a new site for its national convention this summer the vice star veterans memorial arena in Jacksonville Florida seating capacity fifteen thousand covert nineteen restrictions so far none CBS news political analyst Leonard Stein or Donald Trump is a reality show host before he became president he understands how to put a show on he did not want to hold a convention with an arena that was half empty business owners like al Pentel at superfoods brew are thrilled it's a great opportunity for Jacksonville president scrapped the original plan for Charlotte North Carolina because of coronavirus restrictions supporters who attend the president's first pandemic post pandemic rally in Tulsa a week from today we'll have to sign a disclaimer bearing all responsibility if they're infected more than a dozen states have seen a rise in daily new cases of the virus since Memorial Day there are record spikes reported in South Carolina Florida and Arizona correspondent Carter Evans we're going into that search capacity now and take this seriously Dr Matt Heinz is an internist in Tucson the state's largest county has seen cases spike seventy seven percent in just the last fifteen days Arizona is now one of fourteen states since Memorial Day with hospitalizations on the rise the Dow lost more than five percent over pandemic related economic worries Dow futures are up five seventy two police in California found the suspect they believe ambushed a police station shot an officer in the head and killed a homeless man San Luis Obispo county sheriff Ian Parkinson says twenty six year old Mason layer was killed in a police shootout in Paso Robles this was not a win this was an end to something that we do which never happened the only fortunate thing about it is the communities safe tonight the officer survived his parents a lira suffered from mental illness Seattle police chief Carmen best says it wasn't her decision to abandon a station house and give up six city blocks to protesters you shouldn't go leaving the precinct was not my decision you fight for days to protect it I ask you to stand on that line day in and day out president trump has threatened to send in federal troops if mayor Jenny Durkan doesn't crack down video shows a group of police officers in Chicago kicking back in the office of congressman Bobby bush during a night of demonstrations on the south side Lori Lightfoot you're not serving you're protecting when you make a movie popcorn and put up your feet and lounge while your fellow officers down the street get the hell beaten out of them she says the city's investigating whether they committed.
Several officers wounded in shootout with suspect in ambush on California deputy; police say suspect is in custody
"The nearly two daylong manhunt for a gunman who shot and wounded a northern California sheriff's deputy has ended in a shootout this has been confirmed by both the samples of his county sheriff's office and the past Robles police department they do have the suspect of a listed as as down the suspect down and several officers are wounded in a gun fight with the suspect reporter Dave alley of fox eleven in Santa Barbara the San Luis Obispo sheriff's department confirms suspect Mason layer is dead and three officers have
California suspect 'down' after wounding multiple officers in manhunt, sheriff says
"Stone a manhunt under way right now another shooting in San Luis Obispo county one day after a sheriff's deputy was shot in the face and a homeless man was shot in the back of the head during an ambush on police headquarters in past roll bliss a large police response once again responding to the new shots fired and again we've just learned moments ago that the suspect is down several officers wounded according to police in Paso
Search for man who shot sheriff’s deputy in Paso Robles continues
"The sheriff of San Luis Obispo county in California tels que K. F. X. T. V. the shooting of a deputy in the head this was an ambush that he planned it he intended for officers to come out of the police department and to assault them that officer survived two others attacked this week did not in today's incident a man was found dead at a railroad track which may have been the incident that called out the injured
Documents don’t forget: Leaked 1996 court file shows Biden accuser Tara Reade told of ‘sexual harassment’ in his office
"One thousand nine hundred sixty court document that was obtained by the San Luis Obispo Tribune. One of my favorite papers in the country yellow man yeah. I I- subscription as the one subscription. I must maintain a pet. Don't even start the day right without the sensory Obispo Tribune. I can't get start my day without it. Anyway they show it shows terror read you know the accuser of Joe Biden. Uh was represented by a well known lawyer and accused of UH accused by one thousand nine hundred ninety six told her husband Ex husband of the harassment in Biden's Senate office so this is has been filed in court papers. Yeah so so. Tarot reader husband are having issues ex husband. Ray In one thousand nine hundred six and what are? The things he said was that she was still affected by that sexual assault than three years previous. Yeah wow so I mean that's another tip right. It'd be a very elaborate plot. If Tara read her ex husband told court filings yes she had this thing where Joe Biden sexually harassed three years ago. That's still affecting today.
"san luis obispo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Post San Luis Obispo California hello hello I'm wondering what a staffer what do you do besides go to the press in Washington my daughter has just left there after working for a prominent senator and could not get through with her problems at all the only thing she could have done was go to the press and she chose not to do it out of respect for him though she had a story to tell but out of respect for the person she works for she didn't tell that's true okay well SO terror Reid was asked about this and she said I think that's my mom but I haven't heard your voice in a long time so I can't be sure but it fits everything including this little tidbit that particular episode Google has removed you can now find the episode before it and the episode after but the episode August eleventh nineteen ninety three has suddenly vanished so not only is the press not asking any questions now Google is altering history this is so incredibly dangerous now if you didn't hear the accusation we have the terror read audio we don't have that would have had if there we don't have any idea minute but like like this is what we know if she had made a sheet initially made accusations of basically our hair sniffing right I like that that initial and gentle fondling right remember this from when there was like seven women that came out and made the initial allegations she was among that group she later made these much more serious or you know much more you know I mean really if the sole Rafic and yeah it is an assault there anybody who is covering this hand there's not there's very few some are who are sympathetic to Joe Biden are just saying that it was fondling which is bad enough by the way but it is not if you listen to what she said is not that the new allegation is is legitimate absolute sexual assaults and yet you know you look at that what's fascinating about this is you know you as you point out Glenn readers of the intercept are the ones digging these videos up not CNN who you know it was on their network they have the archives they hadn't even talked about this and when they finally did have to write a story about this particular allegation you know especially given the fact it was on their network it occurred on CNN they let it with you know Biden's accuser did at blah blah blah blah that's myself if you weren't read C. N. N. for your news he's accused of what how would you even know what he was accused of you haven't covered at all so it is amazing to watch them flail around and ignore this when this just this piece of evidence from Larry King is an infinite amount of of more evidence that they had a break having already point no this is Mike Ashley this is actually know that that here and I I I'd heard differently about her mom's comments in that I I her mom's voice and with that she said that was my mom's voice that is what I had read earlier I'm not exactly sure one of the I don't know but maybe mine was earlier than what you read yeah but either way it made it a this is a a serious serious thing we had as we learned during the whole you know FBI James Cook Kobe that thing that hold this issue it was contemporaneously notes that were important right just the fact that he wrote down notes at the time of this incident and proved it here's a call from the mom a concerned mom trying to figure out in ninety three ninety three you know right around like I it is the amount of this if this happened with another for a another Republican type this would be the only thing they be talking about for months and they won't even discuss it at this point it's it's embarrassing well let me just go through let me just show you the duplicity here September sixteenth two thousand eighteen within minutes of The Washington Post story outlining Blazey Ford's claim that Kavanagh sexually assaulted her at a high school party more than three decades earlier The New York Times immediately published a story stating that Kavanaugh's nomination was in turmoil CNN reported the news immediately with an article and then another one like getting it to Anita hill then another one describing the white house's mounting an intense effort to squash the accusation then CNN did another one describing a senator's assessment of how Kavanaugh's nomination would go forward and then finally another one all in the same day describing how Democrats would push for a delay in Kavanagh's confirmation vote then March twenty fifth twenty twenty this is the day this this story broke it happened all at once and then his hands were on me underneath my clothes he said come on man I heard you like me for me it was like everything shattered I wanted I wanted to be a senator I didn't want to sleep with one she said she told her brother as well as your mother and a friend about the incident at a time meanwhile as that story broke CNN wondered why his Bernie Sanders Sanders still running for president that's the story they ran with the New York times published a story that day explaining that Biden was growing impatient with the idea of more debates with Bernie Sanders let's see you go back to Cavanaugh this is September seventeenth so this is day two Chuck Schumer calls for an FBI background investigation into claims against Cavanaugh we need the FBI to step forward to ensure that the Senate in American public have complete information about this troubling alleged incident before the hearing is held CNN calls the Ford accusation a watershed moment for the GOP the Huffington post ran a story quoting Biden saying women's claims of sexual assault should be presumed to be true for a woman to come forward in the glaring lights of focus nationally you've got to start out with the perception that it leaves the essence of what she's talking about is real whether or not she forgets facts whether or not it's been made worse or better over time but nobody fails to understand that this is like jumping into a cauldron day two of the terror read incident Jimmy Kimmel interviewed Biden and they talked about where's Waldo Schumer spoke on the Senate floor touting the new green deal saying that roof Republicans refused to admit that climate change is real and CNN teased an upcoming CNN town hall with Joe Biden the read accusations are not discussed on air in the neck right networks preview coverage by should just point out they were never addressed this goes on day after day you compare what day one day two day three day fifteen they are complete opposites I knew about the Cavanaugh stuff and I found out about it from conservative media I knew about what our accusations were I knew all of it from conservative media this is the one thing that we tend to forget our friends and neighbors who don't watch fox news don't listen to talk radio they actually are very ignorant not self imposed ignorance they are very ignorant of many stories and that's because they get filtered news it's why I always say read to the other side read The New York Times watch CNN although it's intolerable don't watch CNN he can't watch CNN but received the Huffington post you should at least know what people are talking about on the other side and we found this out to be true with friends who are liberal after Barack Obama left office we went through with member reverie as pets all we went through chalk board of all the different stories that we he had said where was his corruption and we put all those stories down and story after story said I didn't know that I never heard that story I didn't know that happened and they were all verifiable stories but he had no idea and he was being really honest he's a very smart guy he's in the media and he was being honest I never heard that because he never listens to talk radio he doesn't read concert he didn't at the time read conservative websites and he didn't watch fox news so of course he doesn't know anything bad about Barack Obama of course you're not going to know anything about Joe Biden that's why this is so dangerous not only because half of the country doesn't understand look you may disagreed with the points on fox news or you may disagree with the points on CNN but you should at least know what the other side is claiming and then use your head especially now when they've been proven to be wrong about so much on the other side the stakes have just gotten worse because the internet is forever in last Google decides it's not when Google decides to alter its algorithms or to edit and archive anything can happen your anything didn't happen if you catch my meaning Nancy Pelosi came out and I'm gonna talk about this probably next hour if we have time Nancy Pelosi came out this weekend and said Donald trump's ban in China did not go far enough now this is the same woman who called him a racist and a xenophobe the minute he put the ban on Chinese travel then she came out a couple of days later and said we're going for sanctions on this president his Xena phobia and his racism has got to stop the only reason she can now make the claim that he didn't go far enough is because she knows the mainstream media will never go excuse me you said this and if the public doesn't know history I mean recent history if it doesn't understand what just happened because nobody made a big deal out of it they they can not be held responsible for what they're doing now in this particular time and place every American has to be held responsible because if you don't get it yet you never will you are just an irresponsible human being if you don't if you aren't at least concerned about the way media handles the news and more than just fox news bad CNN good your irresponsible American that's self imposed ignorance and that you are completely and one hundred percent totally responsible for in the end no excuses when the news is it your finger tips all right let me talk about relief factor holy cow I worked I worked this weekend like nobody's business I don't think I could be able to move today had I not been on release factor I went out we painted three barns we we did work on and we were cutting trees down and chopping wood in a grinding stumps I mean it was a never ending weekend of everything that makes my condition flare no problem I mean I was sore afterwards but I would expect to be sore afterwards no problems why relief actor 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"san luis obispo" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Cuomo telling president trump at the White House on Tuesday New York city's need for the U. S. navy hospital ship comfort has ended we all agreed that at this current rate we don't need the comfort anymore and wherever they could use it because you do have other places in the country that are now coming up to their car so whoever needs it they should have it the governor says he and president trump also agreed on a plan for more kalena virus testing in New York with the state running the tests of the fed's getting the supplies needed for them governor also suggested it may be possible soon to start some regional allies business three openings in his state in some areas of California asking to have some of their restrictions lifted it's been one month since California state home order was put in place and now the governor Gavin Newsom says he's getting enquiries from officials in places like Ventura and San Luis Obispo counties about maybe making some small initial changes to that stay at home order and everybody has a different timeline so that's a challenge many parts one body of a state as large as ours one thing he said he would need to really re opened segments of the state would be widespread testing and today he said he plans to hold a press conference that elaborates on where the state is with testing Jessica Rosenthal fox news but worrisome in California a new cluster of corona virus cases spawned a second California homeless shelter governor Gavin Newsom calling for more testing fifty six people tested positive among two hundred tests given and of them forty showed no symptoms the shelter has since quarantine everyone at the site and stop taking in new people but will prosecutors say a former UCLA men's soccer coach will plead guilty to taking two hundred thousand dollars in bribes part of the college admissions cheating scheme.
"san luis obispo" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"San Luis Obispo California Randy great to have you Sir hello yeah hi rush good to talk to you again string see I know what you're going through listen I I I you know this thing with a corona viruses has struck me is is that we don't really know what the denominator is I'm a physician and and you know whenever you're talking about statistics you always got to know what the denominator is you know is and in in this case we know about the fatalities but we don't know about the real number of people that are carrying the virus I mean it may be that a large number of people carrying the virus so and and and if if that denominator gets really big then the fatality rate you know from this disease really drops there's no doubt that it's a dangerous and nasty disease but the fact is is we need that number and one of the ways to do it would be to just bite the bullet and test everybody in the country you know just go do enable swab and everybody and then at least you have the numbers you have the number of the denominator and then you can see whether Hey is this really highly fatal disease or is this something that's not any more fatal than the common flu and in which case we already kinda have targeted you people we know that the the fifty in particular the sixty enough age group are the higher target people it may be that that that holds out the same and so you know that's how you combat fear and panic as you actually come in with numbers and statistics and knowledge and wait a minute G. US zeroed in on something let me ask you a question yes I am and if you don't want to answer it feel free when I I'm not trying to put everybody on the spot specially here how many people do you think really want to avoid the panic well I think just like a lot of voters I think the silent majority would would like to have the knowledge and would like to avoid the panic but I think that as yours I think indicating that there are a large number of people who all those people have nothing to say about who's getting tested or not this is this is a government opera by the way was about getting tested I didn't think we had enough test kits to test very many people what yeah that definitely can be it is a limiting factor but I mean it still you can at least take you know a large swath of the population and test them all E. ideally you want to test everybody but of course it can be limited by the number of test kits that you can get available but you still could test you know large amount even if it's a million I think they've talked about having four million test kits available that are gonna be available soon you know if you tested for million and it turned out that of that four million you know maybe two million you know had the virus but in fact you know two million and you divide the the number of deaths deaths by that two million you say well gosh it's really a very low number you know and it's it's really not anymore you know deadly van the flu and and and this is not to say not to use good public health you know standards like what they're talking about trying to limit congregational on current large crowds but you know maybe you don't have to you but the economic effect of this is gonna be so big as it is you know I mean from you know all these things are being canceled you know the economic effect by the way speaking of at the university of Wisconsin has just been canceled until April the tenth yeah I mean it it's it's a huge amount of money you're talking about and the cost is a lot of learning that's not gonna happen either pardon the level learning it in going to happen the university has been canceled since actor done till April tenth yeah well yeah and and using all kinds of this in and how much of the economic effect and if you went on a test everybody would cost a lot of money to be one time saying you've you've you have a much better handle on what your real number is as far as fatality rates and then you could make some more reasonable you know guided you know plans and as such I mean you you you you cancel a lot of these concerts now that are either predominantly young people that go to them and in fact those are the people that you know it's a very very low fatality rate right now so so maybe you don't have to cancel all those those those concerts the young people go to I'm just you know I'm just saying you don't know if you don't have a number and and right now we don't have a number no we don't and that serves the political objectives of quite a few people very very we don't have the number we can say it's whatever we want to say we can projected to be as bad like I just saw governor Insley of the state of Washington and going through a mathematical progression with a bunch of ifs Ryan if there isn't any of those we have listed this trip this week and have we could have we have four million and if there's ever one four million way slow down dude what are you talking about here well you're forgiven if if if and then they brought to well his math is right what we don't know if anything else he said is right but but that's the denominator yeah that that many may be maybe do it infected but if if that means infected that actually says well this isn't as lethal disease as we thought because we know what they we pretty much know the fatalities that's a number you can you can measure I mean we we have a pretty much but which is why nobody talk about the number of recoveries Dr well you're you're you're right and I mean I hear it every once in awhile but it's kind of always kind of like a side comment at the end of some some some you know fear mongering and and and and you know until you have those numbers and and we could get her number is only half I mean you know I I you know ideally you want to test everybody okay you can't test everybody but you could test a very large number and that could really you know really give you an idea as far as point police Dr it's an excellent point thank you very much for calling operation sadly out of time yeah I just saw there's a TV commercial for the Harvey Weinstein Walker but you're good bye now.
"san luis obispo" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"And to San Luis Obispo California Randy great to have you Sir hello yeah hi rush good to talk to you again string see I know what you're going through listen I I I you know this thing with a corona viruses has struck me is is that we don't really know what the denominator is I'm a physician and and you know whenever you're talking about statistics you always got a note the denominator is you know is there and in in this case we know about the fatalities but we don't know about the real number of people that are carrying the virus I mean it may be that a large number of people carrying the virus so in the end and if the if that denominator gets really big then the fatality rate you know from this disease really drops there's no doubt that it's a dangerous and nasty disease but the fact is is we need that number and one of the ways to do it would be to just bite the bullet and chest everybody in the country you know just go do enable swab and everybody and then at least you have the numbers you have the number of the denominator and then you can see whether Hey is this really highly fatal disease or is this something that's not any more fatal than the common flu and in which case we already kinda have targeted you people we know that the the fifty in particular the sixty enough age group are the higher target people it may be that that that holds out the same and so you know that's how you combat fear and panic as you actually come in with numbers and statistics and knowledge and wait a minute the US zeroed in on something let me ask you a question yeah I am and if you don't want to answer it feel free when I I'm not trying to put everybody on the spot specially here how many people do you think really want to avoid the panic well I think just like a lot of voters I think the silent majority would would like to have the knowledge and would like to avoid a panic but I think that as yours I think indicating that there are a large number of people who all those people have nothing to say about who's getting tested or not this is this is a government opera by the way was about getting tested I didn't think we had enough test kits to test very many people what yeah that definitely can be it is a limiting factor but I mean it still you can at least take you know a large swath of the population and test them all E. ideally you want to test everybody but of course it's gonna be limited by the number of test kits that you can get available to you still could test you know large amount even if it's a million I think they talk about having four million test kits available that are gonna be available soon you know if you tested for million and it turned out that of that four million you know maybe two million you know have the virus but in fact you know two million and you divide the the number of deaths deaths by that two million you say well gosh it's really a very low number you know and it's it's really not anymore you know deadly van the flu and and and this is not to say not to use good public health you know standards like what you're talking about trying to limit congregational on current large crowds but you know maybe you don't have to eat but the economic effect of this is gonna be so big as it is you know I mean from you know all these things are being canceled you know the economic effect by the way speaking of at the university of Wisconsin has just been canceled until April the tenth yeah I mean it it's it's a huge amount of money you're talking about and the cost is a lot of learning that's not gonna happen either pardon it's a lot of learning it isn't going to happen the university has been canceled since actor until April tenth yeah well yeah and and using all kinds of this and and how much of the economic effect and if you went on your test everybody would cost a lot of money to be one time saying you've you've you have a much better handle on what your real number is as far as fatality rates and then you could make some more reasonable you know guided you know plans and as such I mean you you you you cancel a lot of these concerts now that are either predominantly young people that go to them and in fact those are the people that you know it's a very very low fatality rate right now so so maybe you don't have to cancel all those those those concerts the young people go to I'm just you know I'm just saying you don't know if you don't have a number and and right now we don't have a number no we don't and that serves the political objectives of quite a few people very very I don't know if we don't have the number we can say it's whatever we want to say we can projected to be as bad like I just saw governor Insley of the state of Washington and going through a mathematical progression and with a bunch of ifs Ryan if there isn't any of this trip this week and have we could have we could have if there's ever four million ways what I'm doing what are you talking about here well if it if it happened if if and then they brought the well his math is right what we don't know if anything else is that is right but but that's the denominator yeah that that many may be it may be due to infected but if if that means infected that actually says well this isn't as lethal disease as we thought because we know what they we pretty much know the fatalities that's a number you can you can measure I mean we we have a pretty much with which one nobody's talking about the number of recoveries Dr well you're you're you're right and I mean I hear it every once in awhile but it's kind of always kind of like a side comment at the height of some some some you know fear mongering and and and and you know Intel you have those numbers and and we could get better numbers only half I mean you know I I you know ideally you want test everybody okay you can't test everybody but you test a very large number and that could really you know really give you an idea as far as point police Dr it's an excellent point thank you very much for calling operation sadly out of time yeah I just saw there's a TV commercial for the Harvey Weinstein Walker but you can buy now.
A Tiny Satellite Revolution Is Afoot In Space
"Okay Joe we're talking. cubesats where shall we start. Well let me start by introducing you to Hannah Goldberg. She's a systems engineer at a company that makes cube sets but in nineteen ninety nine. She was an undergraduate at the University of Michigan Majoring in engineering. And she. She saw this flyer on a bus stop. That said want to build a satellite and so I joined a group that ended up making small satellite as part of a larger NASA program. Capanna says that This class that she took was a way for students to build a simple kind of satellite. Now this was pre cube set but clearly it would be valuable. We'll have young. Aerospace engineers have a chance to build something that was really intended to go into space and that hunger lead to something called the Cube set which was an idea idea from two engineers one at cal poly San Luis Obispo and the other at Stanford University to build this standardized platform for building space hardware. Okay Joe so. Let's get into this a little more. We've got this standardized platform now for cubesats. What makes cubesats cubes that well there's a manual and it just spells out all the details? I mean how big it'll be ten centimeters or four inches on aside at has to have this kind of screws of this kind of Wade has to have all kinds of specific things and then there are different form factors so it turns out at the Basic Cube. Said is called a one you but there's also a to you and at three U and six U is the one. That's the cereal box size. And what can you put inside Well a ham sandwich or no. You could put anything you like. But that's the brilliant part you can put any kind of scientific Communications technology kind of hardware in them. And you know these exactly GonNa fit and it's going to go into space that way. Okay so when I think of cubesats. They're like the legos of Satellite Adelaide. They're modular there customizable. They're small on smallest really key here because one of the things that makes the queue set program work is the people who build cube sense. Don't actually worry about how they're going to get into space. They hitch a ride with somebody else. WHO's already going into space? That's the real money saver because it's getting into spaces expensive all right. So how did the aerospace field respond to all these low-cost cubesats hitching a ride into space and embarking on this research. I think at first. They were kind of dismissive in the beginning. In the early days of cubesats they kind of had a bad reputation and more of the the classical aerospace. So people didn't think you could do much science or much much engineering benefit with them. So how'd cubes. That technology evolved to the point where it earned respect among scientists. Well there's an example of the technology that made made it possible probably in your pocket right now gum wrappers yes no actually gum purchase a great idea but no. I was thinking more of cell cellphone mobile phone. This is the evolution of the ability to miniature is electronics down to very small footprints. Very little wait and suddenly when when you had an impossibly small space to squeeze all your stuff into well it was possible now. So that's why people started paying attention to what you could put into a cube set. Gotcha Yeah I've I've read. There are hundreds of cubesats that have been launched over the years and I wanNA know about a few missions. That have caught your attention. Well we're really got me started on this story. Was the two thousand. Eighteen Cube set known as Marco. Actually Asari gone okay. You'll be a lot of fun in space ace Actually the word two of them. So you remember insight that was the mission. That's currently sitting on the surface of Mars. Well somebody had this idea that maybe they could could build cubesats that would act as really stations that would send signals back as insight was landing on Mars. It didn't have a strong enough Radio Antenna to send the single all the way back to Earth. So it send it back to these Marco satellites which sent it back to Earth and so for the first time ever there was real time telemetry ask has inside came the ground. It was all possible because this little tiny satellite was sent into deep space. So suddenly you're not just thinking about cubesats in Earth orbit you're thinking about cubes cubes heads in deep space. And so I think that's really cool very me. And when you say relaying Telemetry Marco was playing a role in telling people down on earth. What was happening on Mars with the insight mission? Is that what it is right inside saying. Hey I've just deployed my parachute or I've just got my Rye Retro Rockets on or I'm this far above the ground and all that information was coming back to Earth through Marco through this cube set very neat so the world of space exploration is clearly seeing these. cubesats keeps US useful yes a cube set can be very handy. It's a miniature spacecraft. That's actually the way we think about it. That was Barbara Cohen. She's a planetary scientist at NASA has Goddard Space Flight Center. She's part of a team. That's using one of these six you cubesats about the size of a cereal box that is for emission called lunar flashlight. I'm assuming this mission has something to do with the Moon. No it has to do with Luna Moth. No you're right. Is the moon lunar one. Yup that's true. Lunar flashlight is designed to look for exposed. Water Frost in the permanently shadowed regions of the moon so once lunar flashlight is in orbit around on the moon the spacecraft will shine a laser into those regions which are the South Pole of deep craters. That never see the sun so those are the places that that never see the sun so those are very very cold regions. They are as low as thirty five. Kelvin that's colder than the surface of Pluto. They want to know what what kind of stuff is down there. Maybe there's water or methane or mercury and they wanna know how it got. There and lunar flashlight is going to help. Tell them but to do. Its work once. It's deployed deployed. It actually has to adjust its orbit. Yeah how does something the size of a cereal box change orbit in space. Well again. This is the problem you have to news. Almost a third of the mass of this cube set for fuel so changing direction is the really expensive part of flying around in space in terms of weight because the fuel is very heavy. But there's one more cubes at mission. I want to tell you about. That has a really cool. Lightweight propulsion system called a solar sail. Deal oh I already loved the sound of this mission. Tell me about it okay instead. It tiffany Russell Lockett explain. This is actually her first coop set mission. She's an engineer. as-as Marshall Space Flight Center. A solar sail is a large thin-film reflective surface. Think of Like a sailboat route or a large kite but instead of using wind to propel itself is uses sunlight of. That's pretty brilliant. And that's how they're able to get the cube sat to change directions. I mean but how to sunlight propel cubes at well the Sun is always pushing out photons and that causes solar radiation pressure and that pressure is constantly constantly pushing against anything that happens to get in its way in this case. The lightweight material the solar sail and it acts like a sale. And that's how you get thrust and the sale by the way his square in shape and about each side of this sale is about the length of a school bus. And if you want to see a really amazing video go watch as this thing. They've they've unfurled at a couple of times and oh my goodness it's huge because it packs into this tiny little space and unfurled to this huge thing about the size of a tennis court actually more properly half a tennis court. This whole solar sail is packed inside. This cube sat amazing. And what's the mission for this. Solar sailed cubes. Well this one. What is going to head to a near Earth asteroid and take pictures and they want to learn more about this asteroid shape it size it how it rotates? What colored is what it's made of and to do that? We're planning on getting to within a kilometer of the asteroid for our closest Fly By and then we'll just keep going after that so this cube sat will fly off into the sunset on the power of the Sun. Well metaphorically I don't think we have sunsets in space. There's nothing I think for the sun to set over but I take your point. Joe Win. Are these missions likely to happen. Well that's an interesting question because the two last last ones I mentioned this lunar flashlight and the asteroid one are supposed to go on this project called artists one which is a rocket that's going to carry area capsule that's going to go around the moon and come back and that's been delayed and delayed and delayed so the cool thing. Is You get a free ride into space. If you're a cube set the bad thing thing is you've got to wait till your driver's ready to go
FBI Searches San Pedro Home In Connection With 1996 Disappearance Of Kristin Smart
"FBI agents and LA county sheriff's investigators are serving a search warrant at a home in San Pedro it's in connection with the nineteen ninety six disappearance of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo student Kristin smart home reportedly belongs to Paul Flores the last person to see smart but he's always maintained his innocence regarding her disappearance a man who lives next door to Florida's Francisco Romero tells KTLA five he doesn't know much about his neighbor you know you're buying show
"san luis obispo" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Investigate device because how does a company that duly formed and all these companies if you look at it and by the way likewise China and whether a president still in office can be indicted in the courts that is far from settled that can be done in person can be impeached Shixian's reelection campaign called fairy ironic dave the committee to re elect the president abbreviated as in order to do these things Charles Ferguson is director of the Documentary Watergate or how we learn to stop an out of control precedent back with more all right I'm on Johnson Avenue in San Luis Obispo Bonham five years older six baby.
"san luis obispo" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"The wait and see route could cost you, you know, you're good health forever. So. You have to be a little bit assertive with your doctor. Why did God created tick? Well, you know there I thought about this actually, they're probably some good reasons for ticks. What is doing? Well. First of all birds, eat them. So they're a food source. Each an infected tick what happens to it. I think the digestive juices probably kill all the diseases, but ticks might serve the purpose of like vaccines in a way like giving tiny doses of. Diseases it protect us for more serious diseases. So that might be their purpose. Mosquito for us. I know. But the problem is when things get outta balanced our whole ecosystem with climate change like I had a friend who just a year ago published. A book lime the first epidemic of climate change. Climate change is making the situation. Worse. Definitely. So we need to get nature back into balance. And then the chicks will go back to being a minor in Neue like they were. For the bio weapons program. All right. Let's go back to the call, Scott and San Luis Obispo, California. Hey scotty. Go ahead. Hello, chris. I was wondering this is silly question. But I was wondering why there isn't a vaccine for lime disease, but if your dog or the vaccine, you think that there'd be some pharmaceutical company out there with junk.
"san luis obispo" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"It also has a few unusual forms of deep breathing that as since I introduced them and that weekend, I had thirty senior citizen females from the San Luis Obispo area with seniors of San Luis Obispo in central central coast, California who went home. And it was very unfortunate began talking about yoga in ways. Apparently, they they said it was an improper or somehow a demonstration that they found salacious. No. It was a misunderstanding. In yoga, we do deep breathing and in deep breathing. We also as the instructor will instruct those who are going to the size breathe in breathe out breathe in breathe out. And what happens is we pick up the pace little bit. And I won't short too in out in out in out. And then to emphasize not only the energizing energy both of the the central Kunda Leany energy. I'll go in out in out. Yeah. You see? No, I'm sorry. I don't say sounds like you're it's a sexual. Oh, I see. Okay. And I I don't mean anything by it. I want people to get into the rhythm of that. Enjoying the creative energy of it. Maybe I shouldn't put it. It's not Kunda lenience much just creative energy. We'll go in out in out in out in how. On this program. Especially many of the guests have a for some reason are are prone to sound as if they're having orgasms. No. I'm not familiar with that Leonard system to sit in a tub. Oh, I b-. I've done that sitting in hot water. You mean what he said? And he told me to be on the lookout for that. And it sounds like that's what you're doing right now to be on the lookout for it. What does it mean? Because a lot of guess, we'll do that. That might be interviewed by you, sir. Just I'm sorry. I want to talk to the coach here. All right. So so I knew that I'm not being ambushed. No, no, no, no. You're not being able to. I think it's interesting that you have your yoga which call yoga, right, go. Yeah. Yoga place, and you teach. The ladies is is at only ladies go ages. But this was a bunch of old was. It was a group of senior females senior citizens and we were doing yoga or eight o'clock class. I will in out in out in out. Like that. It's very innocent. And what I'm trying to end. Ladies the reason why I'm doing that is to emphasize the creative energy C students getting up and leaving. I saw a couple of ladies in the back. A couple of senior citizen women in the back. Get up to leave. All right. Is there another way that you could do that? When you do the breathing exercises instead of going in out in out. Yeah. How about in out in out? Well, yeah, I go out doesn't what it doesn't do is. It doesn't stimulate that area of the brain that resonates with the creative fantasies. But I tell them I say lady about the creative energy that flows in all of us. So it's so much a moan of pleasure. It's delightful. It's. You link your playing in out in. Not not exactly like that. But I'm trying to give you an idea of where we're going with this. Again. It's the Mr. Henry said, you know, coach it sounds a bit salaciously. That's what Phil said. And and I've only been on Phil's show when I've been on his show. I haven't heard anybody sitting in a hot tub or anything. Well, people match really we'll go when they sit in hot water, that's natural thing. I don't think there's anything salacious about that. The breathing exercises were doing at are you classes at Wheeler resort. Are designed to enhance the delivery of oxygen to the blood and also to deliver nervous that is nerve ending or or nerves the neural system..
"san luis obispo" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Because it's scary people are scared, and there's all kinds of legal questions around that too. But one day, we'll we'll have that happen. And we might be we might be there quicker than we think we heard numbers like seven to ten years. Let's go Scott in San Luis Obispo ball. Scotty, welcome to the program. Good to have you with us George again, look again. Hello ola. You know, what I was just curious robotic labor in. Let's see I just read a report just before he call by twenty to thirty to the United States is going to lose forty percent of its job care UK. Thirty percent, Germany, thirty five Japan twenty one. What do we do with the loss of jobs in the future? I do know that San Francisco came up with an idea last year to tax company heart using robots, but you know, it's the cost of human labor and the cost of overhead. So and he's a small business owner, I'm becoming more attractive of, you know, finding a company that can give me about to do my work place. So I don't know, you know, how how our business owners going to be able to. I know I it's it's gonna be very expensive to fly for living decline. Did you get a piece of that before he broke up? Yeah. I think I think I got it. So Scott, I think you asking super important question here. And you know, if if we just leave it to just pure economics efficiency gains for business owners, and obviously we're going to continue seeing automation robotics, and in in pretty much every business, but you know, there there's a couple of different aspects to this too, right? Which is that, you know, humans can actually do a lot of things much better than a machine. We don't talk about that. Because we're too busy being threatened by robots and all the things that robots could do that we can do. But there are some things that you know, they can't do and it starts with something. Very simple. Like, you know, the the index charity that you have in your hand. Right. When you're grabbing things in your in your store, knowing how to grab things knowing how to handle them intimately tied into like your intelligence in your brain. Right. The body and the brain are really one when it comes to. Intelligence. So that's something that some very notable scientists and engineers here at UC Berkeley. For instance, say they've been spending thirty years on trying to figure out how to get a robot to grab with the same sensitivity that we can't right? There's many many things though, even just in the brain proper like being able to plan on multiple time horizons and levels, having empathy, you know, motivating stimulating people inspiring people exercising. Good business judgement so much there that humans can do that robots. Can't do as well. Yeah. And we need to make sure that the business models that, you know, people like our friends Scott are employing in their business that they capture some of that human value to and yeah, we'll see automation. But, but if we bake the human into those business models than we can we can still get to what we call a good positive symbol intelligence symbiotic intelligence between both we'll robots ever show anger Olaf. You know, I think they'll mimic anger, right? So there is there is a there are many institutes actually around the world that are looking at how humans and robots react emotionally to each other. And how they understand each other. And they're trying to teach robots to to mimic human emotion, and then, mimic empathy. So we'll definitely get to that. But you know, they won't be able to feel emotion authentically until they have a body and anything close to, you know, a human existence because you know, they can't feel pain bio chemically the way the way we can. And so, you know, once once we get to maybe like, a blade runner type future where you have replicant that look and sound and feel like humans, you know, it's gonna be really hard for robots to authenticate feel emotions. Let's go to Aaron in the state of Washington gets you in before the break, Aaron go ahead. Oh, hi. Yeah. I think event you can call. I think that during the government lay off they're going to wire the government, and aren't there people? Alive today with half a brain. Thank you. I don't know what he was coming onto here. But there are a lot of people would just half a brain. Well, you know, and that that gets me to think of of, you know, one of our examples in the book, a company called brain Q out of Israel. You know, the Israelis are phenomenal with with digital. And a lot of these startups come out of the military research area, and these guys can use to analyze brainwaves and how different neurons in the brain of firing at each other, and they can figure out which ones aren't firing anymore and keeping you from using body functions. Like moving your arms, right? You can see easily like soldiers in the field that got hurt and and have trauma, and they are able with that information to rewire some of those parts of the brain, which is which is phenomenal. And we're just now at the beginning of that development while we're getting there. It's it's dramatic. If you had your choice. Yes, or no artificial intelligence. Silence or leave it behind. What would it be? Oh, I definitely off artificial intelligence. I think it's it's the next to rising a good thing. And I will be back in a moment with you. We'll take final phone calls in just a moment. The name of the book Solomon's, code, speaking of artificial intelligence, go to our website, and like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and you can Email me georgette coast to coast AM dot com. Next hour Giles Milton joins me as we talk about d day. We're coming up on the seventy fifth anniversary of d day. And for those of you who weren't around them. And that's a lot of you. You're going to enjoy it a little bit of history when we come right back on coast to coast AM, though with Olaf Grote, we'll take final phone calls. Never miss a detail on a show or a guest. Sign.
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"And do trade school. You a much better to start? Twelve or thirteen or fourteen which doesn't mean that you tell twelve year old, you're a plumber, this is your life. But at least when you like like if you especially if you just don't like academics. And a lot of kids don't to say, hey, we're gonna go and expose you to ten or twenty different plausible career options. And let's see whether anything looks good to you. Next up. We got Scott in San Luis Obispo. Let's get you in here Scottie. Go ahead. Look your till O'Brien. I was I was I had a privilege ago Oxford University, and that's not why with calling you know, I was calling about if you went to school twenty years ago, and he went to school today. There's a complete difference between textbooks and ipads, for example, writing a research paper today would be on a laptop and not going to library were twenty years ago. You had to go to the library and you had to pull up a microphone sharia to look at the roller. And you hand wrote the thing you did George, and you know, what I fear is that we're losing skilled hands on skills of yesterday and kids are don't understand what a payphone is. They don't understand what a typewriter is. But you know, hands on schools some of these elite schools like where I went to our hands on. But I. I think technology needs to step aside a little bit. Would you trust going to a doctor was gonna operate on you and you find out maybe thirty forty percent? The dedication was done online. Get his hands on schools to operate. Just give me an example. Because I think it's important that we need to teach kids you'll ways other than advancing and multitasking Brian in how many people, Brian, for example, young kids can't do basic basic subtraction. And addition without a calculator. Yeah. Nevermind kids like there's plenty of adults who can't do it. Plenty of people have trouble doing it with a calculator. So like people liking basis skills a serious problem. And again, like if you don't have basic skills, and you don't really know what to do with the computer in order to get to the answer. So you need to have found Asian for yourself in order to be able to use that stuff. You know on the other hand, I would say that. I mean, I don't see what's so great about physically going to a library versus downloading the articles or the books on ipad. It seems like two different ways of reading the same thing. The only difference of just reading it versus doing. And that's then that is of course, a big difference. But again, the main thing that happens regular classrooms. It isn't doing south. It's just listening to or.
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"With the news. As most had Trump associate. Roger stone says he's been falsely accused in connection with the molar probe stone responding to the indictment against him yesterday outside a courthouse in Florida and predicted that he will be completely vindicated. I will defeat them. I believe this is a politically motivated investigation troubled by the political motivations. Prosecutors also said he will not attest to fi- against President Trump. A federal indictment accuses stone of making false statements witness tampering and lying. The congress stone has been released on two hundred fifty thousand dollars bond. The owner of a senior assisted living center on the central coast is going to jail for the death of a dementia patient at watered away with struck by a car. Christopher skiff was seventy yesterday to six months in county jail. Skiff owns man's on Marsh in San Luis Obispo. He also cannot operate elder care facilities. Although. Authorities say skiff admitted demand even though he had dementia and needed care. The facility was not licensed to provide a man for several hours in two thousand fourteen. It was struck by a car while crossing a road in the dark ten miles away from the facility, some longtime employees at the Trump National Golf Club in briar cliff manner say that they were fired in mass last week for being in the country illegally and providing fake work documents. Their lawyer says that they were chefs housekeepers waiters, these are employees who've been working there. Ten years twelve years fifteen years and all of them claimed that management knew they were undocumented they were recruited to work there. And they were told that documents were not necessary to work for this golf club workers. Some who said that they were hired fifteen years ago tell the Washington Post they were let go January eighteenth some of the workers fired had one employee of the month awards and received glowing letters of recommendation, President Trump has the lowest approval rating of any president in the past seventy two years. Years after two years in office. According to a new Washington Post ABC news poll it gives the president a thirty seven percent job approval rating the poll came during the longest government shutdown on US history. Thirty five days women remain a big problem for the president is only twenty seven percent of them approved the job. He's doing among independence as approval rating is at thirty two percent. The poll found that more than one in five Americans say that they were personally inconvenienced by.
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"Didn't bother her. So I thought I gotta find out what this is. 'cause nobody could really say what those signals were. So I had produced the return to move album years before with a great producer, William McEwan whose engineer. Bob Edwards was now working for George Lucas. So I called up and I told him what was going on. And I said, Bob, let me send you these signals and see if you can tell me anything, so he analyzed him and looked at him on an oscilloscope, and he said, well, Merle they're actually three signals in that spot. There's a lower signal that's a carrier signal. And then there's something that he felt was a message and then in the higher signal, then he said, there's a signal even higher above that. It's not audible to human ears. And he said that's where the problem is. So I've had other people analyze this. But nobody can really tell exactly what it is. And I was on a radio show up here in San Luis Obispo and a lady we played this. Song and a lady called up and said, well when I was young and in the late forties. I used to go to the beach with my aunt and my mom at night, and they lived in Malibu, and she said, we would see these lights going in and out there. So something has been going on there for a long time. Are they still getting reports of lights to this day Merle? Yes. And people are sending me pictures, George that they're taking with their cell phones. One surfer even sent me a video of stinks. And they're they're not explainable. I can't really tell what it is. But you know, there is some kind of activity, and I was talking to grant Cameron about it. You know, he's a great research. He's one of the best. He wanted to even come out here. With me and take my has video crew down there and just in the van and spend the night and see if we could catch any thing. And I've been so busy. I haven't been able to do it. And, you know, the, weather rain, and rain and rain, rain, rain rain, and I've never felt it this cold here on the California's central coast is this winter, and as you know, Malibu's had a lot of flooding. So maybe closer to summer. We'll go down there. And check that out. I could never understand the Frank Sinatra song lady is a tramp. Where's the he sings that she didn't like California because it was cold? And it's damp, and I kept saying, it's warm and nice. But you're right. It gets cold and damp. Well, I've never in all the years. I lived here. You know, I lived in Hawaii for fifteen years, but my parents lived here. I've never felt it is cold as it. Has been this. You're right. This winter, and you know, you can go to San Francisco and be stuck in the fog there, and it could be kind of cold and damp. I feel the weather is definitely changing while since you moved on to Hawaii. What inspired you to get to that move looking for that continent? Yes. And like I said when I found that book when I was living in Woodland Hills in nineteen sixty nine is when I found that book and. I read it. And I just I connected with it. And so did two of the other guys in the band so much. We said that's the name of our band now MU and United Artists put an album out on us era records in LA put her album out on.
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"I found I found it to be like a logistical nightmare. Camp believe they did it the way they did it with all the, and I couldn't believe it all went off. And it was what? And then the the marathons going. They obviously went off at a different time than we did. But there we shared the finish line. But they're off and they join you at like mile twelve and a half, they come from somewhere, the feeling of you waddling and people coming from who have, you know, everyone exactly twice as far as you. And and just kind of puttering pass you such an insane feeling of just like, I hated them. But I'm Bill pride. I was like fuck you urine. Euro they went through their personal hell to get to that more. Okay. My first triathlon, which we're gonna do this one again in in may, it's called wildflowers the first weekend in may up in San Luis Obispo in this big beautiful national park and the swim is in a freshwater lake, and it's it's really gorgeous. And and it's it's like, it's big. It's like one of the bigger triathlons in the in the country. It's like tens of thousands of people. And and I this was my first major race. I was maybe thirty four thirty five. What's the distance on this raises this mile swim twenty six mile bike and six mile run? Okay. And so and the last maybe four hundred yards is like long and flat. You run down a big long hill. And then there's kind of a long straight way to the finish line. And there was in front of me like an old like a guy who's probably late sixties early seventies. Right. And he was a head of me. And I was like I'm not proud of this part of myself. But I was this was my first time doing something like this. And I wanted to sprint. To finish. And he got that little, you know, last little bit of energy. And I was like I shouldn't try to smoke this guy the finish line. But I'm going to and and I did I like blew past him. And and it didn't feel good. But I was like, okay, whatever did it..