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"sanderfeld" Discussed on Disorganized Crime: Smuggler's Daughter

Disorganized Crime: Smuggler's Daughter

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on Disorganized Crime: Smuggler's Daughter

"They toodle on down the Wyoming filming interstate when Sandwich hears police sirens and out his side mirror. He sees a cop car. Indicating to pull over cool and don't arouse suspicion is smuggling one one sandwich pulls over and the COP approaches the driver's side window did you guys just by some gas ashish sandwiches co-pilot nod Did you pay for it. The COP asks sure he did Sandwich points thanks to his co-pilot who points to him simultaneously and says I thought you paid both thought the other had paid for the gas and in fact no one had paid incredibly. I believe in suspect sandwich of being anything other than forgetful and then instead of searching the truck and finding the hot they escorted them back to the gas station. Sandwich has been integral to my dad's smuggling career and along with finding great drivers part of my dad's job was also to find places to put the pot dream a Lebanese Hash trip in the late. Seventies my dad had not yet gotten his storage unit that I loved going to as a kid so each new smuggle required finding new places assist to put the product to set this up by define a cool quiet landing spot that was in the countryside and and so I I reached out to one of my pals who who lived in cinema. He turned me onto a friend. Who is actually a musician at the same time and had a serve a ranch the lived out somewhere and was Healdsburg or somewhere out there and he had a ranch inch so we brought the truck into this ranch in the middle of nowhere basically which was great and we unloaded the whole thing in his born a good location to store pot? According to Common Sense and my dad is off the beaten path. A childhood house was incredibly private off the beaten path. But my dad rarely stored large quantities pot. My Childhood House that practice mostly went away along with his life. Savings on the night of my birth are Mill Valley. Home was important though for business. My Dad liked privacy and of course needed a place for all the business vehicles plus our house usually contained hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash now. Marin Marin and Sonoma's counties are full of rambling country back roads dotted with old farmhouses orchards with storage containers and Barnes. These are good locations occasions for storing pot for local delivery that was also a bonus. If the storage location is fragrant to mask the aromatic merchandise. The Snow County Farm town out of Petaluma was a favourite pot storage location for local delivery. Now anyone who's from Petaluma can tell you. It regularly smells like cow shit. At Various Times of the day starring pot for cross country travel however is a different story. The storage location should be near the freeway for easy access. Move the truck in move it out An onto the freeway. My Dad's storage. Unit in Mill Valley was right off the freeway and located in a massive grove of fragrant equal. Lipton's trees out my dad's six months to get rid of the Lebanese Hash because apparently wasn't high quality and in the course of the six months he had to move the stash to several different locations all in the world class honeymoon destination of wine country and moving thousands of pounds of product is a pain in the ASS because each new location requires new new precautions in one spot. He had to build a fake wall. But I did specifically was I built a the thing was so far twenty feet deep whatever it was deep and so I built a false wall about fifteen feet it so with sheet rock and put the whole thing up and and and we had a picture frame hanging on a nail and that actually picture frame was in fact a cutout pieces of a AH. The picture frame was hanging right sideways. Like this on the wall on a piece of sheet rock but when you took it off the sheet rock and everything came off with the frame rain. Uc Right so that you could get in behind and it was a secret stash which was pretty cool And it was relatively. It was relatively easy access but it was Sanderfeld. It was a pain in the ass and then we sold to somebody else it become it became it was pass down. I sold it for ten grand. You own didn't own it. I just had to leave. Nobody ever cared as long as a rent. Check was sent to the correct box. So I then to these other guys so moving trucks packed with furniture and pot was my dad's method for smuggling pot cross country locally. He packed DOC giant. American cars like buicks Chevy's with trunk loads of merchandise and drove slowly. Something rarely seen as my dad. A former New York City cabdriver. I usually still drives like one. We also had a big work truck with two gas tanks and a camper. Shell with curtains on the windows. I used that truck to move into my first San emphasis call apartment in the late nineties and remember it breaking down right in front of the Robin Williams Memorial Rainbow Tunnel on the way over the Golden Gate Bridge. Our family worked truck with double gas tanks. Now lives on a cheese farm in PETALUMA. Each smuggler has his tricks and tips for smuggling vehicles. The fancy White Chevy a truck. My Dad bought for the Brooklyn boys slash busted birth night trip was tricked out with a custom. Camping loft in the bed of the truck was secret compartments which apparently were not so tricky tricky to find other smuggler friends tricked out. RV's with secret compartments and Fried Bacon on their smuggling drives to mask the pot aroma Freddie a smuggler from so cal perfected a method for stuffing tires with pot for as many Mexico California trips you also mentioned customizing. The gas tanked hold drugs. Loads came into the San Francisco Bay on giant boats from South America Asia and then smugglers transported the loads to smaller fishing shing boats which came into the sausalito docks or local beaches. They were then moved to safe houses. And then to people like my dad in work trucks or cars sometimes sometimes losing came in on helicopters. Free Freddie told me a story about bails of pot dropped in a California field from South American helicopters upon landing the pot packaging broke scattering buds everywhere. Smugglers gathered as much as they could find but the farmer who owned the field called in a panic a few few weeks later about the pot sprouting up all over his property. My mom has a story about a smuggler named Goldfinger and oddly enough. His nickname foreshadowed his feet on smuggling trip that involved a small plane. This Guy Goldfinger who looked like Goldfinger in the James Bond Movie Eh and your is red haired anyways call to Goldfinger because he was pretty ruthless and he was this huge smuggler and He was going to meet this little smuggling plane on a runway or somewhere in California and nutro up with Porsche and he jumped tout before the plane stopped and he ran towards a any got his hand caught in the propeller and cut it off at the at the wrist. And all this His Henchman you know his assistance just own my God so he grabbed his hand and he made derive into the hospital hospital so they would so it back on but they couldn't. I guess the hospital is too far away. And so that's the story of Goldfinger that be cure for what you name yourself. I heard I didn't see it but I heard he had a gold hand mayor that that was a coke. Okay Spoon on the under one of the fingers kidding. No boy cannabis cash removed and suitcases steamer trucks and briefcases. I remember my dad's briefcase vividly because it was always locked making it riveting secret grownup fish like I've mentioned before before one of the most enlightening things about producing. This podcast is learning that almost everyone I grew up around had some involvement in the smuggling industry story. This is the mom of one of my. BFF'S WHO I've known for forty years and this moment you're about to hear is the first time I discovered that she too was a smuggler her. She's also a photographer and has a PhD from two different Ivy Leagues. AMANITA is telling us. Her story of as we shall peas sharing earning shelling. So the major way I have done personnel smuggling of money. Personal drug supplies is wrapping the things helping yarn bowls yarn balls yarn and knitting and crocheting as going through so you meeting and Crochet has across while in the ball in the ball. Right right right right right or when they started when it would start examining my life things you know so I would. I would probably pull out the ball and start working on it. Yeah and what did you Mitt scarfs basic Eh. One of my suitcases broke. Open the game out of the lunch thing and the yard ball with five thousand dollars was rolling. Yeah with funny money become free fall. No thank God no no no they were. They were well-constructed off so money. Stuffed in yard balls brilliant and if that doesn't work or you don't have yarn but you have a cat smuggle with your pets until I and was moving in Ecuador. Good Pot came at the time came from Columbia. I smuggled a couple of pounds of pot on a bus thus from Ecuador's to Columbia in a pillow in a box with a cat on top in your cat yes my name Muga. She was a grey cat named Moody Pot in a pillow in the pot in brass shop in in in a pillow and then that the Catholic sitting on top of it. That's great. You're the first person I've talked to. WHO USES A cat? Yeah a theme as well as cat yarn themed. That's right that's right. Yeah yeah well. I didn't realize I was following in my dad's footsteps. I did smuggle pot a few times myself breath. I was a sophomore in college studying abroad in the Pot Legal Netherlands. Mindfulness donor friends back. Home or deficient in spectacular. Dutch drugs crafted a care package of pot hidden in European candy bars lion. Bars have four wafers late nougat between and a chocolate coating coding carefully removed the two middle wafers leaving a structural floor and roof wafer and I filled the middle with well wrapped Amsterdam Pot. I then resealed the candy bars with Natella. re-glue the rapper and meal them to the states. It was a gift with an a gift to imported treats. Everyone was thrilled when the lion bars arrived in Boston Smuggling Pot and candy bars. It was a labor of love definitely not a sustainable business model. If I'd been interested did anything other than gift giving and sharing the wealth. This is disorganized crime. I'm Rainbow Valentine.

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"sanderfeld" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

"Are fine to just get the cheap ones wins. <hes> you guys got any. I'll tell you what i would say a sander any kind of drum sanderfeld sander get the good stuff because the bad stuff if you have tracking problems with like a belt sander or cheap belt sander if let's say if you have like a six by forty eight inch belt sander that you you know a standalone belt sander if it doesn't track well. It's just gonna drive you crazy. It might track great and you put what against it and then it tracks off or the adjustable plate. Condemn you bog it down or the plate that you know make. Let's say there's a twelve inch disc on it the plate on that disc you wanna make sure that the trends on our our quality <hes> that harbor freight sells twelve inch discs zander really cheap you know in the category and i have one i i think i have two two of them actually and <hes> david. I know you have one day great. You know for the money but in general if you're gonna get about santa good quality one that's all i said say i have that same one that are referred one and it's actually don't use it a lot of times because it's too powerful like you can't. You can't really do fine in type stuff with it. I guess unless you had a really high grit paper on it but i keep kind of low grit on it so if i need to round off you know the end of a two by four or something. It's just like five seconds of round yeah. The thing is be the guy who won twenty grading time yes i think i don't know that you necessarily certainly need a brand name table saw but you want a table saw. I'm not a big fan of the portable tables us. They're light. They move. They don't have a really good defense fence system and it's hard to build jigs for them so i would say spend the money on a decent table saw definitely build around definitely title. I remember that moment in my career when i went from having like janki table saw just say for instance <hes> the progression was had janke a little <hes> job-site saw that i put on a table and then i got a used delta unicef saw from craigslist maybe twenty five years ago. Whatever craigslist was it might have been the penny saver. I got it and then i ended up going to the saw stop which is just unbelievable unbelievable. Yeah that was a significant jump for me as well because i had to take my table saw outside to use it in my old shop for a long time and so i had to buy i saw that was collapsible has a stand has wheels on it folds down and that's all i ever used and so i was just like well table saucer awful you know and and they move when you push on <hes> and so then i saved up for the sauce stop in going from that floppy kind and of thing with the blade on it to a big heavy cast iron top you know that saw does not move the salsa does not move when you push on it that was night and day it actually made me even outside of the whole safety system just the weight of the machine and it being stable made feel way safer to me so yeah i'm with you. That's and you can do that with you know if you have one of the job sites ause that has more of just case it has never stand you can build a case to add weight to it to hold it down like david saying you're still gonna probably have trouble building jigs for it because the fence is probably going to be kind of nonstandard. The slots may be non standard but so you can make it safer by adding stability to it. I think it's i like so i'll go the other direction he was asking which ones are worth spending money on what types are fine the cheap ones. I'll go with cheap ones. I think in general the clamps the mass of clamps that you get can be super cheap. You probably should have a few that are really nice for certain.

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"sanderfeld" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"From the San Francisco Bay area. This is talk radio five sixty start your week off right with Brian Sussman and Katie green. You just heard the top of the news people, come control. This is all about gun control. Well, keep in mind this synagogue shooting. It may have escalated further word not for the fact that a gun was used to help thwart this crime. Stop this criminal in his tracks. There was a member of that congregation that had a firearm. And members of the congregation saying that that gun was responsible for keeping this thing from going going further south, we'll talk about that this morning here on case of hope. It's five minutes past seven o'clock. Bryant szeswith you second half of the program begins right up. Katie green is off. But marcus. He's got the traffic for us right now. Well, the Chilton auto body traffic desk, tough dry for the Nimitz. Another wreck and Hayward southbound before Whipple motorcycle down left lane blocked. It is solid from a street. Meantime, northbound eight eighty rights at the ninety off ramp installed truck in the right lane has traffic backed up to sixty sixty my consider using westbound five eighty instead to get out towards the maze. Westbound five eighty two the Richmond sanderfeld bridge. There is a new crash reported around central in the left lane. In the meantime, it's backed up to marina bay Parkway. Heading for the Richmond, San Rafael bridge. Northbound one zero one before Marsh wreck in the left lane solid from shoreline. Westbound one fifty two delays over Pacheco pass. We've had a crash near El Toro ra- backed up to the foot of the maze at the bay bridge. Extra money this spring talk radio five sixty cans of his here too. With a four day contest. Listen, weekdays at six AM ninety twelve noon to three pm for the national keyword. When you hear the word extant of nine five eight one nine for your chance to win one thousand dollars. Remember, don't text drive forty.

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"sanderfeld" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Right about Brent burns. Listen, why do you think Todd McCullough Larry Robinson and j woodcraft tournament or forward because he is chaotic? As a former he was chaotic and wonderful that way because he created all kinds of chances, but they're mentally. You can't be chaotic. And I don't think Brent is is a great. He's not as cultural, and I don't mean that in a bad way. It's not like he's a guy that don't listen to coaches. I just think the more analysis he gets the more paralyzed becomes he's more free fluent. And you're right. You you take the good with the bat if if you're looking at say grants and you're thinking yourself. i'm gonna turn him into the perfect defenseman you you're not going to and as as you said gimme the points and i'll put with them all put lucrative all justin braun i'll put a good defensive defenseman with him when sanderfeld homeless was with the san jose sharks when i was coaching we used to call them on those senators because you'd be going oh no oh no yeah wait it goes sanders because you've got the hell you're doing up there at fifty seconds heat score when he got traded to call mark crawford visit head coach and my crawford brought him in defense this is sandy soils mitch santa's going to be up the ice and if you're playing defense with them you better covered his own and they wanted to stay that's that's just the way it is you know take the good they're very very good with a little bit about the puck over if he's a minus if he's if he's a minus one but he's got four points i'm taking it and angel look at his plus minus i'm not gonna really but he's eleven yeah what does tell you what you can find a lot more guys that could play alongside of him that could do it they can do what he does and the other thing about about drew doughty talking about the norris trophy and i i don't know how you're looking at him for the norris trophy for years now and actual hockey league is looked at the nose trophy winner the guy was pretty much been give you the most points from the point yeah if you go back now the last couple of years to tampa these to me the best defense in total package in the league and mark you're now in in calgary us seventy plus points and is good on both ends of the ice and that's one of the guys that doughty vote there certainly guys you can look at They play they were trying to find really their game before much when Mark got there. Now, put that second line really into it. They bring a lot of speed at you. Now, they're there they go back to what they were last year with their taxes coming at you in the waves. That that second line. I think it's a seventeen million dollars second one right now. Next year tips, a twenty one million dollars twenty two million dollars. That's that's a pretty potent second line, and they changes their power play. Now their power play comes at you. And you don't get a break from the first year to the second unit there a little bit more of that lines. A little more of a shooter line. Mark stone is really good one of the top guys in the that takeaways taking the puck, and then creating chances of it. He is a he's a game changer of a player and they play tougher heavier game. Because as you saw you can do that. But they tell you a little bit more speed now than the sharks sharks to throw speak through speed bumps in the way..

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"sanderfeld" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on KGO 810

"Again, the bridge is safe. But for this particular area, we do have a long term fix that. We're trying to get in the next couple of weeks that'll rebuild his particular joint. Okay. So we'd up. Sorry. No finish finish you. Go ahead and finish your thought. I apologize. So we do we did a very detailed inspection and twenty eighteen we'll redo that inspection over the next couple of days, maybe week to verify we don't have this issue anywhere else on the bridge. We're fairly confident. We don't okay Ken Brown. Cal trans chief structures, maintenance and impacts investigation for bay area. Toll bridges is joining me on the phone. We'll so if you just did an inspection in August, what was deficient in the inspection to not spot. This type of a problem coming. Again, we didn't see anything in that inspection. So. Whatever issues occurred in the last six months. Again, it could be anything from just wear and tear too heavy truck going over the bridge. So one of the things that bothers me a little bit can is I I looked so for example, the American society of civil engineers, not sure if you officially belong to them or not. But you know, they they go through and they rate what's going on around the country with our roads with transit with bridges. We don't rate very well on roads on bridges. And apparently, you know, we collect tolls we've increased our budget to do repairs on bridges and roads, the state has done a good job of stepping up in the last year and a half or so to start increasing our funding, and we've been collecting toll money are we spending this properly again, I I grew up in the midwest, for example, where it gets to thirty below zero in the winter one hundred degrees in the summer, those rapid temperature changes along with moisture is clear in the effect that it has on things like concrete and asphalt. We don't get below freezing. Here. What why are we having this kind of a problem while we have this funding coming in? Well, we do have an aging infrastructure and SP one is going along way to address the other bridges out there in our case in the toll bridges, we do correct. Rehabilitation funds through the bay area toll authority. We do have to rebuild twenty year plan for these bridges. We have a contract coming out in the next six months that primarily dresses, the pain issues on the bridge. But it does have some deck work and other areas that were dressing. Keeping on top of it. So I want to go back to something else. That's one of the things that was. Has been in intriguing to me again having lived in many different parts of the United States. Is our weather is very very mild here. Right. I mean, we don't get really really hot. We don't get really really cold. We don't have that issue around the freezing point like other parts of the country. Have what is what causes our level of deterioration? In our road surfaces in our bridges. When we don't have some of those what what is the primary cause here. Again, it's predominantly the aging infrastructure. California. A lot of California's infrastructure is now sixty seventy years old same thing with Richmond sanderfeld bridge, which is just a little bit over sixty years. Yeah. But but again, we have the eastern United States has his bridges that are much older than what we have here in California. And they're not having our problems. So I mean, I I this is a sincere question because I would like us to do a better job of addressing what's going on? Why why we are having these issues? Okay. Yeah. Those are good questions, but I like to focus on risk concentre fail and trying to give you as much information of that. Okay. And so we have a temporary fix. That's coming right now. And you said a long term fix is being planned a couple of weeks out. But. What is the reassurance? We there's been so much. You know, there are controversies with our bridges around the bay area. And then for this to happen yesterday. Makes a lot of people question the level of confidence. And then I add in the ASC has written about our bridges, which is not a very high grade. How can I feel how can I feel confident? So we we are very hands on on the bridges. Especially richmond. San antonio. We inspecting this bridge. Under normal under a very high level, and we have hands on it almost every day. So I mean, we're confident in Richmond. Okay. Well, I appreciate your time. Coming on the show today and sharing what you guys have going on Ken Brown. Cal trans chief of structures maintenance and investigation for bay area. Toll bridges can. Thank you. Thank you. Absolutely. Well, I mean, you know. Wow. I just see this as problematic that we aren't addressing these bigger picture issues that are going on and. I find deeply disturbing than we're in a position where we have concrete raining down. We're told we have a temporary fix in place. We have a long term fix, but we have much bigger issues, and I didn't get answers did you? I mean, did you hear an answer or one five eight hundred eighty eight ten Ethan Bearman on K G, L A.

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"sanderfeld" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on KGO 810

"Again, the bridge is safe. But for this particular area, we do have a long term fix that. We're trying to get in the next couple of weeks at rebuild is particularly joint. Okay. So easy. Sorry. No finish finish you. Go ahead and finish your thought ipod. So we do we did a very detailed inspection. And honestly twenty eighteen we'll redo that inspection. Over the next couple of days, maybe a week to verify we don't have this issue anywhere else on the bridge. We're fairly confident. We don't okay Ken Brown. Cal trans chief of structures, maintenance and impacts investigation for bay area. Toll bridges is joining me on the phone wolf. You just did an inspection in August was deficient in the inspection to not spot. This type of a problem coming. Again, we we didn't see anything in that inspection. So. Whatever issues occurred in the last six months. Again, it could be anything from just wear and tear to heavy truck going over the bridge. So one of the things that bothers me a little bit can is. I look, so for example, the American society of civil engineers, not sure if you officially belong to them or not. But you know, they they go through and they rate what's going on around the country with our roads with transit with bridges. We don't rate very well on roads on bridges. And apparently, you know, we collect tolls we've increased our budget to do repairs on bridges and roads, the state has done a good job of stepping up in the last year and a half or so to start increasing our funding, and we've been collecting toll money are we spending this properly again, I I grew up in the midwest, for example, where it gets to thirty below zero in the winter one hundred degrees in the summer, those rapid temperature changes along with moisture is clear in the effect. It has on things like concrete and asphalt. We we don't get below freezing. Here. What why are we having this kind of a problem while we have this funding coming in? Well, we do have an aging infrastructure and SP one is going on wait address the other bridges out there in our case in the toll bridges, we do correct. Rehabilitation funds through the bay area told authorities. We do have a rebuild twenty year plan for these bridges, and we have a contract coming out in the next six months that primarily addresses pain issues on the bridge. But it does have some deck work and other areas that were dressing. Keeping on top of it. And so I want to go back to something else. With one of the things it was. Has been intriguing to me again. Having lived in many different parts of the United States. Is our weather is very very mild here. Right. I mean, we don't get really really hot. We don't get really really cold. We don't have that issue around the freezing point like other parts of the country. Have what what is what causes our level of deterioration? In our road surfaces in our bridges. When we don't have some of those what what is the primary cause here. Again, it's predominantly the aging infrastructure. A lot of California's infrastructure is now sixty seventy years old. Same thing with Richmond sanderfeld bridge, which is just a little bit over sixty years. Yeah. But but again, we have I mean, the eastern United States has this bridges that are much older than what we have here in California, and they're not having our problems. So I this is a sincere question because I would like us to do a better job of addressing what's going on? Why why we are having these issues? Okay. You know, those are good questions, but I like to focus on risk and Santer fell and trying to give you as much information on that. Okay. And so we have a temporary fix. That's coming right now. And you said a long term fix is being planned a couple of weeks out. But. What is the reassurance? You know, there's been a bunch of con-, you know, there there are controversies with our bridges around the bay area. And then for this to happen yesterday. Makes a lot of people question the level of confidence. And then I add in what the ASC has written about our bridges, which is not a very high grade. How can I feel how can I feel confident? So we we are very hands on on the bridges. Especially richmond. San paolo. We inspecting this bridge under normal under a very high level, and we have hands on it almost every day. So I mean, we're confident and the Richmond. Okay. Well, I appreciate your time. Coming on the show today and sharing what you guys have going on Ken Brown. Cal trans chief of structures maintenance and investigation for bay area. Toll bridges can. Thank you. Thank you. Absolutely. Well, I mean, you know. Wow. I just see this as problematic that we aren't addressing these bigger picture issues that are going on and. I find deeply disturbing than we're in a position where we have concrete raining down. We're told we have a temporary fix in place. We have a long term fix, but we have much bigger issues. And I didn't get answers. Did you? I mean, did you hear an answer for one five eight hundred eighty eight ten. Behrman on K G O eight ten.

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"sanderfeld" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:24 min | 2 years ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Or the original Hamptons fine. I was talking about the end of the Celtics game when they went with the Hamptons fives was talking about. Oh, I know Draymond didn't play last night. Right. So anyway, there is your daily dose of illicit. We're still dose, and that's a good thing. Paulie Macarena to apologize right now to you and all the listeners if our next guests, and I talk nothing about flat iron two AM club Albert field. Marin county landmark still at least one Korea San Jose question. Whether or not the Goff family enjoys the Cornelius up they're gonna ask him how hard it was to hit it over the cyclone fence at the Tam high diamond onto Miller avenue, he is a San Rafael high bulldog, first and foremost, but he's known more these days as the father of Jared Goff, one Marin county athletic league legend to another Jerry Goff. It is awesome. To have you on the Murph and MAC show. I know France and been stealing you a little bit. But this is your new home, Jerry. So welcome to the show, man. How you doing Jerry? I'm great. I got my coffee roasters this morning here in Nevada. I feel much better. But I I gotta get started with that. Was there any way Murph and MAC good to hear from you guys? Man. I'm glad you're good. You guys. You guys are awesome known you for a long time. And I just appreciate you guys have me on. I think the last time we saw us up at Edgewood, you're caddying for Jared. Yeah. Well, that's what I'm really here to dance. That's what it's about. I very tough there. I mean that must be listen you played in the big leagues. So you're not star struck by anything. But even by your standards that must have been university of looking around the rain's going. Yeah. Even though I've been in the bigs. This one's pretty cool better than anything. And you know, what the best guy an opportunity to Michael's a couple of days and little did. I know that he was a he started off at one point. I don't be start up at one point in his career. He was the giants play by play guy. And guys I said we got five hours together. I'll give me all the giants got. And he was telling me stories as memories unbelievable from the seventies. Giants whose great were you were born in sixty four. So what was your of candlestick Primo era? Jerry, man, I used to sneak into that place when I was left twelve years old. I take the bus from a couple of friends. Nice. No tickets. No tickets and just. Turf. Was there and all those fellas back in the day? And yeah, we had a little little spot there. We jump over a wall, and let me guess, Jerry. We going through the center field area. I'm just guessing. Yeah. Yeah. You're right. About two I wouldn't admit it on the air. But I've heard about it wasn't easy piece of cake. Or was there sweating? It was a little sketchy nervous. Security wasn't like it is now there's just this one. There was a tree there you'd climb up and get onto this wall. And then you're in just start running as innocent fun and harmless fun, man, I think everybody you probably just connected with about sixty percent of the audience and did the exact same thing. Then so listen, Jerry, like we said, you know, listen, there's you having your own big league career. And then there's you being a dad, but then there's you being the dad of a quarterback in the Super Bowl and just as it dawns. I mean, you've been asked about Jared forever since he was at Marin Catholic heck since before that since he was playing youth sports in Nevada. But now right now this week how different or surreal is it. Like what's happened like an incident or a contact or somebody reaching out to you? That's made this seem super surreal. There's been a lot of stuff guys people appear Nevada open. So great man and more in general support is is is it just never any Nancy. I appreciate that so much. I think the moment though, I'm gonna go back to the saints game. Where I realized that this is going to be something cool is Greg's kicked a field goal. And I looked at my daughter, and she had nothing to tears running down her eyes. I'm like, wow. This is kind of special because he's not one to just break down. And and that was really emotional time for us. And that was the first feeling of you know, what you're going to suit more. I can't believe every day every day was it's surreal, and we're thankful and pinch ourselves. We don't take anything for granted. It's a real cool thing. And the Tom Jared was sitting up did you now are you in you're in Nevada? Right. You've got your coffee roasters, Wendy, Wendy, you head down to Atlanta on Thursday. Okay. So did you see last night imagining you did Jerry? Aired sitting up there with Tom. There's so much of that stuff on we record it, and we'd go about door thing. And then we'll we'll we'll shoot through it. But yeah, I did I did look at that. And I thought that was the coolest thing ever. I don't know. Is that something you guys pregnant more? Always do you know what I don't remember that new little feature where they bring the top quarterbacks and on stage, a new wrinkle. Yeah. Well, I thought that was brilliant whoever decided to do that to bring both the head coaches together in front of everybody, and then a few of the players and then in and obviously the guys that are calling the game at the quarterback. So let's cool talking to Gerry Goffin, the Murph and MAC show. Jerry is on the line, Jerry. I read a quote from you last week where you said about your son. You said, yeah, he's I believe your words were he's a different kind of cat, and you were speaking to his demeanor like the way he handles themselves, and it is reminiscent of some other like he's composed out there. And my question, I guess Jerry is how long has he been like that was he liked that as a young athlete in high school too? Or is this something developed and grown into as a young, man. I think it's been just something that's inherited him. You know, it's it's you can't really teach that I don't think he's always been relatively a quiet, quiet guy and doesn't make a big deal about too much. You know, win or lose kind of the same type attitude. I, you know, I hope that maybe near tonight instilled some of that in them, you notice to win with grace, and then lose with dignity type thing. So I don't know if we had something to do it, but maybe a little bit. But I think a lot of it is just the way he's wired. Yeah. Definitely. I mean, he's wired you either can handle it or you can't down thirteen in New Orleans cheese. Were you thinking? Okay. Maybe it's not happening today. Or are you thinking that Jared still in this thing? Yeah. And well, yeah. I always think they're in it. I'm positive more at these games. But it's not just your team and we've seen them play from behind bunch. But but often just never had gotten started yet. And you know, there's a couple of you know, unfortunate things that happen early in that game the turnover, and I had a feeling they were going to get a going at some point. You know, I don't really think about wins and losses in the first quarter. You kinda let these these games. Are they go on and things change as you guys know? So I was just hoping that would play out and get to a point where at least you could get within striking range. You know, one score game. Whether it be a touchdown or field goal. And and sure enough they did that right before the half. And that was important. So yeah, we feel good about it. They'll tell you what guys. The atmosphere out. There is insane. Insane little louder these I've always heard about it in Jared has mentioned it. He's been there a few times. But I can never imagine anything like that. And then let alone his helmet go out on the first series throwing Sean helmet. Right. You know, don't even shit just strap it on and go, I think that's a pretty good tribute to him that keep it together. Even though the first couple series. They didn't do much, but just to just to be able to keep your head calm, and you know, strapping on some meals lid and going out there NFC championship game. Yeah. Totally totally Jerry. That's what exactly what you talked about different kind of cat to have that much adversity. And I I've covered I've been in the Superdome for nine or saints game in the NFC west and Jerry. So if you're a sports writer in New Orleans, you generally go out late on Saturday night. And then they always had the noon kickoff, and which is came a little early. And then here came the noise, Jerry, I'm telling. Jud? I hit me a bottle of Advil and a Vada Gatorade a headache central that place. So I know what you're talking about man is, but I can only imagine for an NFC championship up thirteen that's such an incredible achievement. And of course, the Rams now going, but I want to circle back to Tom and Jared sitting next to Tom Brady on the stand yesterday. And they asked Tom would you give any advice to Jared? And he goes, given this guy any advice, you crazy. And I thought yeah, we all laughed, but okay. Yeah. Guess what? This is real man. These guys are you know, what I mean? Jared's like, okay. This guy wants to beat my butt. And I don't know much about him in terms of you know. Anything more than I've read or seen? My understanding is he's ultra competitive guy. And and that pretty much sums it up right there. Yeah. You're not that he's going to divulge a bunch of stuff on stage. But just the way he sees it. And it was really cute. And then find the way you said it, but behind that you could tell do I'm coming for you know, I've been here eight times. But this is this is to me, it's could be just my first. That's how important is to Tom Brady. It seems like it is now we had Tom Brady senior on last Friday. I don't think you've had a chance to meet him. Have you? No, no never have. Nope. Yeah. You guys has to both. I mean, you you both raised kids in the shadow of the forty Niners in the shadow of Candlestick Park and both kids play baseball and football at a high level. So I'm calling free. Tom Brady senior Jerry Goff summit. You kind of a summit meeting. We've got to pick the right place. So maybe the flat iron. Yeah. I got a good spot. I already he plays golf in the East Bay really really nice golf course. I don't need to name it. But that would be a bad spot to me. Okay. I think he's a member at Cal club that used to be. I'm sorry peninsula. Yeah. Cal club. Will you give you do a home in home? Maybe you have him. He hosts you at Cal club. And you can take them out to to peacock gap. No Knowstone trees, my spot the spot. Okay. Free plug for stone tree. There you go. I was going a Jerry just a little bit on marine county trivial because I'm all in man. The sister Christian night ranger video the night ranger sister. Chris video that was after you, right? San rafael. Yeah. It was it was. But it man, right? The pearly gates at Santo highschoolers pillars. You can't get list those which is beautiful. And and then of course for other big time trivia Byron Stewart, aka Warren Coolidge from the white shadow sanderfeld bulldog. But also ahead of you. Right. You weren't there with them quite a bit ahead of me. I remember watching come back. Don't play an alumni basketball games. Yeah. That was great. Have been with that to to attack Loa, or of course. Yeah..

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07:59 min | 2 years ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And by the listeners of K Q, we now six minutes past the hour. Joe McConnell has another look at the commute today. Joe? Here's what's coming up later. Whoops, sorry about that. Go ahead Joe with the biggest jam still to be northbound through San Jose announced backed up to six eighty one to one and all the way up to almost toga with his a crash. We'll call it north of seventeen it's in the clearing stages. But it's been out there for most of the our newest problem in Solano county, six eighty south by the lake Herman road collision car into the guardrail. And also we've got troubles for Tracy to a five westbound at the westbound five to five a crash there left side. Joe McConnell for all right? Thank you, Joe. His report is brought to you by mothers against drunk driving cloudy skies today, we are expecting some patchy fog this morning as well. You might see it as you're driving around the morning. We'll have highs in the sixties along the southerly winds between five and ten miles per hour. San Francisco today, we'll have a high of sixty two degrees sacrame-. Meadow, Oakland, Fairfield sanderfeld all expecting a high of sixty three Napa and conquered both expecting sixty four degrees this afternoon. Redwood City, Livermore and Fremont should all have a high of sixty five Mountain View is going to get up to sixty six today. Santa Rosa will have a high of sixty seven San Jose. And Morgan hill both expecting a high of sixty eight degrees. We also have a spare the air alert in effect today. And we'll see about tomorrow a little later this afternoon. It's seven minutes now past seven it's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. How does the debate over border security look from the border that debate hardly ended when President Trump gave up on Friday and agreed to end a partial government shutdown the agreement with lawmakers allows three weeks to develop a border security plan that Republicans and Democrats can agree on though, the shutdown was a political disaster for the president his acting chief of staff. Mick Mulvaney, told CBS he is ready to do it again. Yeah. I think he actually is keep in mind. He's willing to do whatever it takes to secure the border. He does take this very seriously. This is a serious humanitarian and security crisis and as president of the United States, he takes the security the nation has highest priority. That is one you from Washington DC de Margaux has of you from El Paso, Texas, which sits right along the US border with Mexico is the Republican mayor of that city and is on the line mayor good morning. Good morning. What you just described for people who haven't been there L Pasos relationship to the border. What it's like, well, we're the largest US city on the Mexican border. Where can we say, we're the nexus of three states New Mexico, Mexico in Texas, two countries in one region that comprises over two and a half million people? And I guess if we looked down on El Paso, there's a river. It's like I'll oh and Boras Mexico or one big city with a river running through it in that river is the border, right? You can't tell the difference between El Paso and Juarez when you stand at the top of one of our buildings and looks out. Oh, wow. Except of course, that there is some fence along that river channel, you do have a lot of fencing and El Paso, does it work. It works. Yes. As a matter of fact, we're right at the safest city of over four five hundred thousand in the United States, but this this particular fence, and that's I prefer that nomenclature to then then to all this fence was done under the presidency of George W Bush was built in two thousand and eight and it's works to stop more of a criminal element than anything else. We had we had a number of auto thefts and things of that nature and that gone down to almost zero or Neil does function when when it works should function. Although I wonder if it really addresses the problems that the president worries about when he talks about walls. I'm thinking about drugs, for example, the president talks about them a lot. We're told that most drug traffic comes through legal ports of entry. It's smuggled through is that your understanding of what happens in El Paso. If you have a drug problem it mostly comes through a legal port of entry. It goes through your very safe city and ends up somewhere else in America. That's what we understand. Yes. That is correct. I mean, we're the second largest Lamport with Mexico. We have thirteen thousand pedestrians legal pedestrians across north every day and twenty one million plus private pastor vehicles on an annual basis. We we're we've been one community one culture for four hundred years. So if it were up to you to identify the most serious problem along the United States border. Would it be? Wow, we need more walls. Well, we're a sovereign nation. We need to control our borders. My frustration with the listening to all the pundits on the national media is that they keep talking about winners and losers over the shutdown. I don't think there were any winners whatsoever. But what I haven't heard. I'm I I spent thirty five years as a CEO what I haven't heard is the homeland security say what they want for border security. I hear our political leaders are elected leaders make comments. But I haven't heard what what they think we ought to have Texas from geographical standpoint, you can't put a fence from one end of Texas down from El Paso to Brownsville. Geographically, not were. Work. So what what do you do there's technology? They're all. But I haven't heard a presentation under the auspices of homeland security to tell us exactly what they need. It sounds like the combination is going to be maybe some barriers places, but probably also border security, people technology. It'd be a mix of things do you think also judges would be part of that increasing the number of immigration judges. So that people who cross enter stopped can be their cases can be adjudicated. Absolutely. But the biggest problem we've got is is the whole immigration system to begin with. I mean, it hasn't been addressed for thirty years, the lack of intestinal fortitude on both sides of the aisle, and it's time for them to step up and do something about it. Anybody that comes in to the border and claims credible issues related to security harm credible? They're they're claiming credible harm their under our laws are able to to assume asylum. My biggest issues is is some of that. I mean, we if you do a shutdown you we've got over thirteen thousand not counting the military, which wasn't involved in this. But we've got over thirteen thousand federal civilian another employee here. And that that's pretty critical our food banks were having were depleted. We have all kinds of issues, but I'm also dealing with migrants coming north every day yesterday. We get that every day yesterday. We had two hundred ninety Saturday with two hundred and fifty Friday we had four hundred and twenty and that's what you have coming forth, and they're here from twenty four to forty eight hours typically could be as long as ninety six hours, but we have an NGO. Vnc which does a great job and processes them with twenty shelters and send them on their way. And you had also these practical problems of dealing with that when some of the government people were unpaid or furloughed in just a sentence has art debate over this issue been almost irrelevant given given what you say is really important. Well, it's it's ancillary to. I mean, if it prompts and prides and gets people to step up and do what they ought to be doing. I mean, this whole this whole issue for the last several weeks. All it does say to me why we need term limits. A de Margaux. Thanks so much. Really? Appreciate it. You betcha. He's a Republican mayor of El Paso immigration. Will surely be an issue in the twenty twenty presidential election. The most recent democrat to enter the race is also the one capturing list attention, at least in this moment, California. Senator Kamala Harris stern estimated twenty thousand people to her kickoff rally in Oakland yesterday. And Pierre Scott detro- was there..

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01:44 min | 2 years ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on KGO 810

"O on the go is all about places to go and things to do around our bay the west and the world. Last Thursday and Friday could anything else. Go wrong for me. Thursday was on my way to Fort Bragg to be one of the judges in their annual craft festival. Fantastic thing about noon, just west of the side of the Richmond sanderfeld bridge. I had a flat tire. Well, I needed a new tire in San Rafael, I found Firestone. I decided it was time to replace all the tires and they needed to order them. Anyway, I arrived in Fort Bragg, not as planned at four PM but nine four PM. Yeah. Got there about nine PM. And by the way, the have you ever tried highway twenty from highway one on one to the coast at night. Very interesting. Then that next morning. I dropped a partial upper partial on the floor half of a tooth in the middle broke at a very funny sight in the mirror. Not cool. When meeting a whole lot of folks editor Dr Alan limbered at the Fort Bragg center for laser and cosmetic dentistry for giving. Me, my smile and confidence back. Oh, do check out the crab festival next year. You can find out. Let me say visit to Mendocino dot com for that. And all the other events coming up in that great great county Mendocino God has a huge place. Let's see where we're going. Oh, there's a big cruise ship in town. And you know, what that means? We very is. There guy our crews guy Stewart share.

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07:43 min | 2 years ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And by the listeners of cake. We've got partly cloudy skies with patchy fog and frost this morning. It's expected to be sunny later today. Sacramento. Fairfield sanderfeld all expecting a high of fifty eight San Francisco will reach fifty nine later conquered and Livermore will share a high of sixty degrees. Napa Oakland Redwood City Mountain View and Fremont should also you a high of sixty one Santa Rosa will reach sixty two degrees. San Jose will get up to sixty three and Morgan hill will have a high of sixty six degrees. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. And I'm Steve Inskeep. In washington. DC? The partial government shutdown is affecting the FBI. Sure. Most FBI agents count as essential personnel there still turning up at work. But the FBI agents association is warning that the shutdown is interfering with their operations against crime. NPR Justice reporter Ryan Lucas is here to talk about this. Hey there Ryan the morning. I guess we should note. I that the agents who are working are unpaid. Right. Absolutely. And actually this Friday if there's no deal to end, the partial shutdown. This will be the second paycheck that they will have missed and like a lot of other federal employees who are not getting paid. This is proving pretty painful for for people who work at the FBI. Here's the agents association. President Thomas O'Connor describing the toll on FBI agents from this every family in the FBI has mortgages car. Payments bills that come in at the end of the month, and you have to pay those try doing that without a paycheck. Now O'Connor says that he and his wife who also works for the FBI collected food in their neighborhood this week to bring to the office for a food Bank there for those in need. There's an extra twist FBI agents who aren't getting paid though they have to do a financial disclosure every year, any defaults on loans missed payments that has the potential to hurt their ability to get their security clearance or retain their security clearance, which is critical for their jobs, and then let's talk about the jobs themselves. How is the day to day operation of the FBI affected here? Well, according to the agents association, it's having a pretty significant impact the association represents around fourteen thousand active and retired FBI agent. So they have members in all of the FBI's field offices across the country and the group released a report yesterday that outlines how the lack of funding is hindering. Their work includes anonymous comments from agents in the field, and they say that it's having a significant. Impact on pretty much everything the bureau does from training to investigations and the kinds of investigations that are being impacted are serious. We're talking about sex trafficking crimes against children counter-terrorism cybersecurity violent gangs, drug traffickers, the agents association also warns that this partial shutdown may have a long-term impact on the FBI on its ability to recruit and retain the kind of talent that it needs to do its job. What is the practical way that inability to spend federal money would hinder the investigation of a drug network saying well, one thing that stands out in this report again, and again is agent saying that they no longer have the money to pay confidential sources, and those are critical to their investigations they are used in all sorts of the FBI's work from counterterrorism to a counterintelligence to the gang and drug sort of investigations that that you asked about when sources are getting paid. They go silent. Wait, you can't just tell a confidential source to please wait until the government shutdown over somehow they like to get. They like the cash on the barrel. Okay. Right. So one example in the report comes from an agent who says that they're investigating the street graying that is pushing a lot of methamphetamine and heroin. That investigation has been undermined because they've run out of money to pay their confidential sources and they've also run out of money to make controlled purchases of drugs, which is an important part of narcotics investigations. So the question comes up by raising these issues is the FBI getting into politics here. It's funny that you ask that the FBI itself. Put out a statement last night making clear that the report is from the agents association. Not from the FBI agents association says for its part that this is not about politics for them. This is about getting the funds that they need to protect the country. Ryan, thanks. Thank you NPR's. Ryan. Lucas farmers have been hit by the government shutdown in a different way. They're struggling to get information. The US department of agriculture usually publishes, the price sales numbers and. Inventory for many agricultural products. But now some of those reports are not happening Iowa public radio's Amy mayor explains why this matters. Here's an example of why reports matter the government launched some of its crop and livestock reports as a response to the Soviet Union's huge purchases of US grain in the nineteen. Seventies commodities. Economist Arlen Sugerman says the quiet purchase worth about a billion dollars at the time came as a shock then when it became known. We suddenly realized that much of our inventory was gone in the markets reacted very violently commodity prices soared with that in the back of his mind Sugerman says he's now thinking about whether China could pull off a similar trick during this lag public reporting while not likely it is possible. Sermons company relies mainly unfor- prior Terry research, but he says they use USDA figures to fact check their own. He's concerned there could be some surprises. When the government reports resume particularly wants to report start we find that. There is information that we missed that the market needs to adjust for and that's the greatest risk more immediately. Farmers. Don't have all the information. They count on in Dallas county, Iowa Marvin Shirley has been farming since the nineteen sixties and uses USDA reports to guide his decision making so chaos. Sometime in January were those will give projections ideals around without them. He may put off that sale at this time of year. His family's also thinking about the amount of corn and soybeans plant in the coming season. But they don't have the information. They need to make any adjustments. Shirley, says the shutdown and last year's tariffs on many US products. Create new problems for struggling farmers. Very good. Creating a problem using taxpayer money or some other names to solve the problem. He created just. Very unsettling time are some Trump supporters in farm country. Don't feel unduly burdened by the shutdown. One cattle feed lot owner in Iowa said he could get by without the reports for some time and was embracing the politics of the moment saying he's quote tickled to death with what's happening. I was state university livestock. Economist Lee Schultz says the missing data means he can't put out his January reports, and he's already hearing chatter from worried farmers the longer this goes some of that added on certainty in the market. You know may cause producers to not make decisions they normally would have daily price reports are still being published, but January is a big month for other data a world supply and demand estimate last year's totals for US crop production and a number of cattle in the country. A USDA spokeswoman says the agency's intent is to publish them all once the government reopens. But by then staff and farmers will be playing a game of catch up for NPR news. I'm Amy mayor.

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KQED Radio

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sanderfeld will both have a high of seventy seven Napa concord and Livermore you'll see a high of seventy eight degrees this afternoon. And in Santa Rosa in Morgan hill. It's expected to reach eighty there will be a red flag warning for increased fire danger in effect for the north bay and East Bay hills. That'll be from ten o'clock tonight through Friday morning for whims. At about forty five miles per hour all night long, otherwise the bay area. We'll see winds from five to twenty miles per hour as morning edition continues this morning. The time is now thirty four minutes past seven it's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Noel king. And I'm Steve Inskeep. While on Twitter today. President Trump referred to the likelihood that House Democrats will investigate his administration now that their victory in the house has given them the power to do. So he says that would be a waste of taxpayer money and he threatened to investigate them. If there are investigations of this administration, congressman Elijah Cummings may oversee some of them. He is the ranking member right now of the house committee on oversight and government reform, which means he would likely be the chairman when Democrats take over in January and he's on the line. Congressman welcome back to the program. It's good to be with you. Do you have a list of things to investigate have accumulated, a number of issues that the constitution would pretty much mandate that we look into. And we are going to do that some of the things that the president may feel we should not look into. But again. Gosh, Susan, it says that we are you when you attack balance on the executive branch constitution says check and balance doesn't specify what exactly you would do. I guess to to to be a check and balance. What is the first thing you think deserves the attention of this committee? What are so many things we wanted to look at the any kind of violations of the emoluments clause that is? Kitchen. He cannot be seved certain signing some foreign governments. Oh and the president. Of course is still the owner of an international business and has a hotel in Washington where foreign diplomats stay. So you expect to investigate the president's finances move would have to. I mean, I I get kind of upset when people at surprise that. We are doing what we are supposed to do what be Republicans in charge. They have pretty much failed to look into any any possible wrongdoing on the part of this president. And we simply are going to do what we are sworn to do. How far are you willing to go? Or are you able to go to get your hands on the president's tax returns? I think that's going to be more up to the financial services committee, or perhaps ways and means are those of the committees that can just ask for his tax returns. And they have to be provided and they have to. To keep that in mind. Okay. So they'll be looking at that aspect of that. You are interested in the emoluments clause much more than that. The fact is is that this president has done quite a bit. I think too. Bring harm democracy. I mean, I look at what he's done with regard to voting rights. I look at what he's done. This administration has done. With regard to injecting this citizenship watching in child searches which hasn't been done in fifty years things of that nature. We we need to look also at this whole question of security clearances, keep in mind that Hillary Clinton guide in a lot of trouble. Because of the whole question of documents going into hands of people that were not properly cleared, sure. And emails, and so again, we we need to look at that we because you're interested in the president's use of his phone or various people like Jared Kushner who security status has been questioned from time to Eric -actly. Right. We also got to look at those issues that affect people Americans on a day-to-day basis such as because drive prices in jacking up prices overnight. And looking at things such as the protection is with got to pre existing conditions. I could go on and on. Do you already have two years worth of work? Oh, I think we have more than two years work, congressman, thanks very much. It's been a pleasure talking with you. Thank you Elijah Cummings is the senior democrat on the house committee on oversight and government reform. All right. We're gonna turn now to Texas where Ted Cruz the incumbent Republican Senator beat democrat Beethoven work despite the democratic party's best efforts to get over work elected. Here's crew speaking last night, this was an election about hope and about the future and the people of Texas rendered a verdict that we want a future with more jobs and more security and more freedom. Ashley Lopez is on the line with me. She's a reporter for member station. K U T Ashley good morning. Good morning. All right. So this was a very close race and very closely watched race how did Ted Cruz pull it off in the end. Well, he is a guy running for the Senate in Texas. What? So I mean, this was always going to be a long shot for belvoir keep challenger in the rage. So I mean, he just kind of stuck to his guns and was the same old Ted Cruz ahead as been, you know, beating at here in in Texas for a long time did this election as close as it was forced Ted Cruz to modify any of his positions to move toward the center on anything. Or did he to- this same line that he's always told and and and count on that not at all just did not moderate him one bed? I mean, this is a pretty good example of what a polarized race. Looks like, you know, better work ran a little bit to the left Ted Cruz rand mortar. Right. The only thing that has changed in the past couple of years is that he has embraced Donald Trump a little more fortunately than he did let's say when he was in his nominating convention speech. So that is the only thing that has changed. Ted Cruz estate pretty far to the right during the campaign. Democrats had really high hopes for. Veto over RT was a person who seemed to strike a chord among a lot of people, including a lot of people who wouldn't necessarily have voted younger, people Hispanics Latinos, do you get the sensitive that the Democratic Party has a plan for Beto O'Rourke? Now, you know, that's a good question. You know, there are a lot of high hopes for better work because he was such a good fund raiser. So an Matic, particularly at you know, racial minorities and young people as you mentioned, but that's really up to federal work. I mean when he was asked about when that racist getting really close he was asked about the possibility of running for president. And he would often say, no, I have not interested at all. It's during that he says he has young children's. He said that campaign was really hard on the family. So I think national Democrats were really are are still pretty interested in a future for him. But that's really up to Beto work now from what I've heard in the past. He's not terribly interested in running outside of Texas. But who knows? Have changed their minds before. Right. Sure. Especially especially young candidates of a lot of courage for a long time. Actually Democrats have wanted to turn Texas blue do you think this officially puts an end to those hopes? I don't think. So so Texas has been a majority minority state, meaning racial minorities have been the majority here for a long time. And it just hasn't. It hasn't in the past resulted in wins. But it's closer than it's ever been which is a sign that things are slowly moving in the Democrats favorites just taking a lot of time. Ashley Lopez is a reporter for member station. K U T she's on the line from El Paso. Thanks. Ashley. Thank you..

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"sanderfeld" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on KGO 810

"On the skin anyway but the issue is that beard hair is, coarser than normal hair more, likely, to trap, germs Dirk and food a buildup that can lead to skin conditions like, excellently, cut my beard yes to To demonstrate how dirty it was too we know for certain, white-bearded, exist Why humans grow hair on the face men and. Not women makes you look cool I doubt that's what evolution had in mind Factum. Usually doesn't work towards what looks the coolest Look cool fins right here friends on right I Might not washing in this? Scenario Shower in this Here by sticking your face in the toilet Exactly Sean is, bearded and I'm sure he has to apply extra potions and lotions to his beard to keep it soft. Soap Technically shampoo doesn't. Have the Tolstoy confederate general law man. True FM full of beard actually you've got to. Show. You picture a Declan lately he is. Rocking, the. Civil war general he looks like just came off the Oregon trail awesome I would do that if I could yeah, yeah and he. Uses a kind, of scoffed at the whole beard oil or conditioners or whatever thing during my bearded days which will return Thanks for the heads on people, ask what's the deal with your beard, what's your act Yeah Beard looks. Fantastic Lush lustrous fecal matter very little going, wild with it or is it didn't? Shape form shaped it's the shape is I just got off the Oregon trail There, you go that's your news I'm Marshall? Phillips the Armstrong and Getty show the conscience of the nation Which he lives on more or less interestingly enough already Exactly You gotta head back. East he's ready to. Go go to make our way back to Joplin. Honey why Talking like. That Hey we didn't get into any of. The Randy Quaid, does Trump? Tweets did we we. Gotta do that I've heard a couple and. They are hilarious Randy Quaid the. Old crazy actor. Crazy is right he's completely around the band Anyone in any reads torch Trump. Tweets every day, on his? Little site right as. If he's a Shakespearean actor he tweets him. Out fantastic stay tuned to the. Armstrong and Getty. Show Armstrong and Getty conscience Strong on cagey out eight ten Thala Dumbarton bridge KTLA tens Markelle has more from. The Chilton auto body traffic desk we've got a. Lot, of bridge issues this morning now let's say stall on the Dumbarton bridge westbound in the high-rise that's, causing delays in the right lane and you're backed up, now to, the toll plaza Richmond sanderfeld braids solid westbound marina bay Parkway to the pay gates eastbound slowing as well at a Marin county because of an earlier Fender bender and let's update your south bay drive chicken to eightieths chance to Freemont. Northbound two eighty at Ray street we do have a stalled vehicle and apparently a ladder in lanes. Went to watch out for that we're. Also seeing three northbound onto eighty five is a bit, slow in its remains pretty, sluggish. Heading up in the mountain Utah thirty-seven westbound at the one and one connector across from earlier clearing northbound. One zero one in San Francisco pre, typical slow between Harney in Vermont and we are backed up into the maze at the bay bridge k. g.. O. eight ten weather by Thursday it's expected to be a hundred inland makes today. Seem like a piece of cake the high ninety four inland, today around sixty at the, coast Ethan Bearman Algeria's turn off its internet nationwide During.

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"sanderfeld" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on KGO 810

"Still have. An answer my question. Why pay him off why pay them off I, don't? Care that doesn't answer. The question talked to my kids on my call who who who ate. The last cookie oh no I don't care who? Ate the last. Answer the question why why. Did he pay him off why did he pay? Him off why did he. Came, on Wanted? Why did he why did we pay them? Off and you're not answering my? Question why did he this isn't your airtime why did he pay him off why did he have to pay them off if everybody knew, and nobody cares why. Would you who in their right mind spends a hundred? And fifty thousand dollars per woman to. Silence them if there's nothing to hide there's nothing to hide why would you spend. One hundred and fifty thousand dollars they're callers and. Doesn't let them speak do spends one hundred and. Fifty thousand dollars when there's nothing to hide per. Woman stormy Daniels was one hundred and thirty thousand dollars Karen. McDougal was one hundred and fifty thousand dollars we don't, know how, many more women I understand there's anywhere from twelve to one hundred more tapes like this who spends such a fiscal. Conservative such a smart intelligent wealthy man the art of. The? Deal who spends one hundred and? Fifty thousand dollars to silence somebody? When there's nothing to hide Can't answer the question Because I hate dark. Skinned, people in immigrants yeah I'm a, white guy who says I'm so tired of under threat of not being, the white majority anymore and it's not. Nineteen twenty nine anymore so. I just don't care he. Can break every live I don't. Have morality doesn't matter none of these things that I ripped on everybody else about and I. Won't answer the question why spend who spends one hundred fifty? Thousand dollars on something. When it doesn't matter and you don't care who spends that call somebody a racist when they don't even know who. The hell they really you're a. White guy from Salinas. I know your type I've been on the radio for a long. Time in the area I know the angry old. White guys from Salinas. I've been around him I do I do. It's it's not new You're. Not new you've been around and you're angry and what's so sad is Salinas has benefited. Massively from immigrant labor for. A hundred years be they documented or not Salinas is what it is. Because darker skinned people who often speak. Spanish do the hard work in the. Fields sometimes white people do it alongside them Salinas. Is marvelous for what did I love Salinas. I know a lot of people in Salinas it's a great town and it's a great town because the diversity but angry. Scared little white men like dawn or afraid and. I don't understand why it's, a beautiful thing the diversity of our country it makes us better and you can't answer who spends one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, to silence somebody when there's nothing to hide I'll take more of your calls if, somebody wants to, answer that question. Four one. Five eighty eight ten Ethan Bearman on k. g. l. eight ten k. j. traffic. Chilton auto body traffic desk boy it is just an absolute nightmare added Nevado into San Rafael you might consider hopping on the smart train instead, of using southbound. One zero one which is absolutely. A parking lot beginning at Roland boulevard all the way down into central Sandra fell right. Before the central sanderfeld offering. Up a major crash blocking the three left hand lanes it's going to, be there for a while northbound one. Zero one because of rubbernecking is also. Slow through town backed up to about five eighty. Speaking to five eighty westbound traffic into Castro. Valley slows from just past Eden canyon all the way onto northbound two three what a one slowing in both directions as. You roll into the Paolo Alto area and we're. Still backed up into and. Through the maze a late commute at the westbound bay bridge lots of sunshine in the forecast even though we have a marine layer, over San Francisco tend to be a hot.

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"sanderfeld" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on KGO 810

"Complaining about his smell smells so awful will he died actually from what was making him smell bad he picked up one of your flesh eating virus sorts of things yeah yeah flashing it's what made him smell so bad wasn't his fall a russian rock musician who had been on vacation somewhere you must have had quite the crazy of vacation this rugged russian rockstar we still have the pusey riot music michael that'd be fun right but he caught himself some sort of flesh eating vomit of virus and he began people are eating their breakfast just just moya smelled that people were throwing up and screaming and passing out over the smell of the student they actually landed the plane but he died shortly thereafter folks i try to rein him in i really do i really do that make you feel bad taste complaining about how smelly it is and then he dies from something he had no control not to me it's like an intervention and that's morton arash there pal you smell like a corpse for one thing well if he's a rockstar coming off a vacation he might have looked like you know he was the cause of his own you know what i'm saying i see your point coming off a party weekend yes yeah but it wasn't his fault wow wow and one more chilling tale from the world of crime this pussy riot doesn't sound like it are you with the power of speech is okay this is their new techno sound revolving is a band vladimir putin jail limit he's meco trump what's going up your news marshall paltrow bludgeons democrats over calls to abolish ice in stanford researchers say we should not start working until we're forty work until you're forty there's a lot of people sit on their parent's couches like a mad ideas stay tuned to the armstrong and getty show ten traffic from the chilton auto body traffic desk let's turn the peninsula what is a couple of problems southbound two eighty just north of three eighty a crash that is blocking the right hand lane that's why you're backed tobacco hickey a one on one also starting to slow down both directions near the ninety two interchange and eastbound millbury avenue at el camino a wreck there in mill bray eastbound milberg abbas closed they have a detour setup for you southbound nimitz we've got a new wreck reported near a street is on the shoulder you're backed up to two thirty it will stay slow past that wreck in pockets all the way down to stevenson in fremont richmond sanderfeld bridge pretty solid this morning westbound from harbor to the pay gates heading into san francisco using a train while bart is on time and we are backed up into the maze metering lights on at the bay bridge jio ten business jio eight ten business in tech report jason off today clark rita's here looking at the numbers this morning hey kim and and they're still down a bit not terribly but mostly on the news that the first quarter revised number so only showed three two percent growth and so the market didn't like that a whole lot dow's down thirty six nasdaq off seven and the sp is down about a point and a half so not a big deal kind of a big deal amazon has been doing some of their roll your own deliveries besides using the post office and ups and fedex will now they're going to brandit and we're looking for they've always done this in seattle that they're rolling out logo vans with prime branded autumn and prime uniforms and they're going to let entrepreneurs have up to forty vans and one hundred employees which is going to be very cool to the good thing is amazon's going to require those people notre furnish healthcare paid time off and competitive wages so that will be cool but won't run it no it will be enterpreneurs that'll be doing.

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"sanderfeld" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on KGO 810

"Important and people don't get it property rights tim is the co author of core cornerstone of liberty property rights in twentyfirstcentury america with his lovely wife christina which is a great book about why is property rights are so important to free people and frankly her touch is really helped it tim the first edition had kind of a mattress on the floor eating cereal out of a bowl needed a woman anyway tim said great to talk to you tim later we have christina tomorrow at eight so some oh yeah about a great property rights case okay interesting stuff from tim there i was surprised with the whole 'cause i you know i thought wasn't that great back at a time when we would approve these people to nothing was that gen gentleman they were lunatic says no no we need more more arguing more division over these things it's important afraid he's not going to get his wish interesting yeah marceca and four one five two nine five k ftc got more screaming and arguing about that but we don't have to spend the whole morning talking about that thank god nobody makes us do that you're listening to the armstrong and getty show getty conscious of the nation ten traffic chilton auto body traffic desk overall not a bad thursday morning drive to work westbound four the usual stop and go leverage to willow pass road and again pretty heavy richmond sanderfeld braids commute this morning westbound harbor to.

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"sanderfeld" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst china's government says president trump's threat to impose additional tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese imports amounts to blackmail and that beijing will respond in kind and peers rob schmitz has more in a statement posted on its website china's ministry of commerce said trump's threat to impose additional tariffs is irrational in that china would be forced to adopt a strong comprehensive countermeasures on monday president trump asked the us trade representative do identify two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods for additional tariffs had a rate of ten percent meanwhile north korean leader kim jong un is in beijing today for talks with china's president xi jinping billionaire entrepreneur patrick soon sean is the new proud owner of california's largest newspaper the the los angeles times then you'll reports as i act as owner was to name veteran journalists norm perlstein the executive editor soon chang says he decided the the best way to bring stability to a newsroom that's recently been a revolving door of top editors was to put a veteran at the helm perlstein has spent fifty years working at top publications including time inc magazines in the wall street journal soon shang says of perlstein quote there's no agenda other than to make this the best journalistic institution we're lucky to capture him grow financial markets asian markets lower by the closing bell the nikkei down one point seven percent the hang sang down two point seven percent i'm janine herbst npr news i'm robin young despite the fact that his town has long worked in the oil industry the republican mayor of tiny obidos springs louisiana decided to move his town towards one hundred percent renewable energies solar really makes sense for us but we deep south here we got a lot of sun i if there's not much further you can go south go much further you're in the gulf of mexico next time here now here and now here at eleven am here on k q e d public radio it's four forty four i'm beth heisinger sitting in for michael state and we say hello to ted anthony good morning to you head back over to oakland chp album this accident west twenty four in the renton northbound thirteen car overturned it's into a ditch right hand shoulder just waiting for a tow truck there in one of the earlier accident in the tracy area and at that southbound five commute as you try to get onto five eighty s in that curve it's to vehicle accident on the shoulder and it has been causing delays on southbound five into the lake at luther barrier even westbound one twenty out of mantica bay bridge it's been roadwork westbound from the incline over towards the island sensors now starting to pick up some of that slow traffic and there's road work also on the richmond sanderfeld bridge westbound five eighty just the left lane is open i'm ted anthony for k kuwaiti ted's report brought to you by mothers against drunk driving on judy woodruff on the next newshour prekindergarten work why some tennessee students who get a head start on their education don't do well in school later on tuesday on the pbs news hour that's at.

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"sanderfeld" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"sanderfeld" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Trading is mixed on wall street with the surge in tech stocks abating just a bit the meeting of the seven largest global economies starts tomorrow in canada usually known as the g seven this year it's more like a g six and then president trump with tariffs levied against longtime allies like canada europe and mexico trump can expect a chilly reception he also blamed the eighteen twelve burning of the white house on canada during a call with canadian prime minister trudeau was the british candidate became a thing fifty years later according to the washington post trump believes the trip is a distraction from his upcoming singapore summit with north korean leader kim jong hoon that said white house economic adviser larry cudlow said trump is sticking to his guns the g seven countries include canada france germany italy japan the united kingdom and the united states making up sixty two percent of the world's net wealth two hundred and eighty trillion dollars i'm jason middleton all right let's do a little traffic on thursday june seven chilton auto body traffic desk westbound eighty watch out for this lower than usual heading out of the crockett area all the way down into central pinole thanks to an earlier injury crash near pinole valley road trying to cross the richmond san rafael bridge westbound on five eighty record midspan over in the pull out the emergency lane there but it is solid from arena bay parkway and then coming off the richmond sanderfeld rates eastbound five eighty near central in albany there's a report of a crash blocking the left two lanes there westbound four near bailey motorcycle down in the right lane already pretty slow from loveridge you got the ten minute bart delays into now to san francisco and it is backed up into the maze metering lights on at the toll plaza of the westbound bay bridge traffic is sponsored by credit karma get your truly free credit score and free credit monitoring from credit karma download the credit karma app today credit karma get.

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