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"santa rosa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Aftershock near Santa Rosa. On Michael castner. Carol messer. This stock has been on a terrible Tim stevan. So take us into the economic impact. And the reporters and editors you trust. Let's dig into it with Bloomberg business week editor Joe Weber. Bloomberg businessweek, weekdays at 2 p.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio. In this time, it is wrong to receive extraordinary record revenues and profits, benefiting from war and on the back of our consumers. Our proposal will raise more than 140 billion for member states to cash in the blow directly. Of the European Commission just a bit earlier today. She went on to talk about rounders, too. How it's performed baseball. You don't need to do this. About half of 1% also Tom. John, I also just Vander Lion is a former defense minister of Germany's encyclopedic on Germany's ability to help Ukraine. It's something people don't know. On the mistakes have been made. Yes, but she's truly encyclopedic on their military ability. Santa, I don't know if back with this trevon a word over at JPMorgan. Oksana on Europe. We've had a lot of guests on the program and they approach the situation in Europe as follows, not if there'll be a recession, how deep it will be. Do you have the same approach right now? Yes, definitely Europe, of course, is dealing with issues that the U.S. is somewhat insulated from we talk about energy and how energy has led up here in the U.S., for example, but European gas prices are on the rise again. And so without a doubt, there is definitely a lot of focus on how deep that recession will end up being and we're seeing it in investors being to the extent they're underweight equities are really majorly underweight European equities, specifically, a much, much less so in the U.S.. They're essentially flat in terms of their U.S. equity exposure. So without a doubt, the issues there are much more significant we're seeing it in higher spread slightly more elevated spreads, lower returns year to date. So absolutely. Right. What's your visibility to 2023? I'm fascinated by the September reset. It's way too early to talk about a yearend review, but do you have any view axona to how to invest into 2023 or you just making it up as you go? I will tell you one thing I take a lot of issue with what the market is pricing in for next year, which is nothing other than the fed making a U turn and becoming accommodative. And it is quite clear to me that the fed is going to pursue its aggressive stance and eventually become perhaps neutral, but not accommodative. And that's not what our prices are reflecting right now. Someone earlier mentioned our last hiking cycle, the 2015 2018, which was extraordinarily benign. We had inflation at barely 2%. We had a higher unemployment and still we had, for example, in a lower credit spreads after the last that high back then were in the high 500s, 5 75 if I remember correctly. And today, when someone talks about fair value and credit, what's really what's fair valued right now, high yield is pricing significantly below 20 year average. Forget, 20 year recession average. So I think there is definitely a lot of complacency since still being placed into this market being priced into this market. And we need to really be focused on high quality floating rate, very short, but floating rate preferably. And really wait for that capitulation point. That will be my tip off to start to really get more aggressive. Just to put a bow on this, how much of your portfolio is in cash like instruments and how much have you been building that? So we came into the year already quite defensively positioned. And we've been building it throughout the year. Yes, we've been tactically trading, you know, the curve and taking advantage of the backup and yields at the front end of the curve, but as far as sort of more strategic allocation to longer term risk in the interest rate driven or credit driven markets, we've really tried to stay back and actually build our liquidity. We are still or actually have arrived now at around 70% liquidity, which is focused again on those high quality floating rate structures. And we think that that capitulation point will happen we're just starting to see markets reckon with the reality that this fed means what it said with the reality that higher cost of capital is not going to be great for fundamentals. And even this is really important to understand that we don't need to see a 2008 or some kind of dramatic recession occur. We just need to see historic defaults or defaults start to move toward historic average in the corporate sector of three and a half percent. Right now they're at one to start to see those spreads wide and dramatically compared to where they are today. Oksana, you need to let us know when you're ready to put that cash to work. We need to cash out when we get to that moment. In some hour enough for JPMorgan. In fancy talk John, 70% liquidity floating rate. She's on the edge of the triple leveraged all cash flow. I would say that was pretty gloomy, pretty bearish. Yeah. I have to say, that's a lot of cash bramo. 70% liquidity at what point do they get the conviction to
Sheriff Johnson Encourages Shooting Intruders, Saves Taxpayers Money
"Week from sheriff bob Johnson out in the Panhandle of Florida Santa Rosa county but in case you missed the gym you got that ready I just wanted you to a little quick reminder This was terrific Check this out And I want to say as to the person we don't know what homeowner which homeowner shot at him I guess they think that they did something wrong which they did not If somebody's breaking in your house you're more than welcome to shoot them in center as a county We prefer that you do actually So whoever that was your non trouble come see us we have a gun safety class we put on every other Saturday and if you take that you'll shoot a lot better and hopefully you'll save the taxpayers money Man if I was closer I'd be headed to that gun
October WSJ Article: 'San Francisco Has Become a Shoplifter’s Paradise'
"So a couple Jason Riley from Wall Street Journal last month October he wrote a piece out how San Francisco has become a shoplifter Paradise Thefts under $950 are effectively decriminalized Okay now you can get a lot of stuff under a 150 bucks I don't know if you've noticed lately TVs are way under $950 I'm not saying they're like the greatest TVs Or they have all the great features But you can a 100% get a big flat screen TV for well under $950 So now if you shoplift TV because you're part of looting or grab and go or fun and games where everyone call you get a TV and it's under 9 $50 you basically you won't get prosecuted They're gonna let you go Why Because they have now this ridiculous idea Prop 47 California bout initiative theft of less than $950 in goods is treated as a nonviolent misdemeanor and rarely prosecuted So stores don't want to get sued they tell people we don't even do it anymore But now when you've got marauding mobs of people going in and stealing things all at once because they're organizing on social media and they're going hey let's meet up at target at 7 o'clock and we'll all go in at the same time and just overwhelm them Four men on Wednesday in California and Santa Rosa fled with $20,000 of merchandise from Apple store In San Jose $40,000 of items were stolen from a Lululemon store That's right they're even stealing yoga pants now I thought yoga pants were so sacred that nobody would ever want to steal them I just know there's certain things in our society that we just don't touch Yoga pants being among those things But clearly not they went and grabbed those as well In Chicago they stole over what I mean how much was it in Chicago now Can I go $25,000 at a village shopping center It's happening all across the country And so now what's happening is employees are quitting as a turning around saying I don't want to deal with this Why would
"santa rosa" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations
"Hi aaron thank you very much for coming onto. poets amuses. I thank you so much for having me very happy to be here. I'm glad to hear that to really glad to have you on you. Brought with you. Your poem screaming crows before we get into that. I love you to tell us a little bit about yourself fan. Sure i'd be happy to i was born. I am grew up in california. I'm from the west coast in the city of santa rosa so i'm from suburbia I did my first round of post secondary education in music..
Caller Describes 'American Marxism' Flying off the Shelves in San Francisco
"I'm tremendous mark on the thank you for this book. I have to tell you two quick stories. One, uh, when I was in Barnes and noble this morning, and I went down to get it. That was my mission, And I asked the guy behind the counter where it was, and he'd be grudgingly pointed across the room. You know, it's right there, not really giving me much much service, and as I walked over, this was the best part. The guy, another worker at Barnes and Noble how to stack of him and he had to be. He was putting them on the shelf as the line I waited on in four or five people pull them off the shelf. The book I have in front of He was not on the shelf 30 seconds. And just I think it drives them crazy at Barnes and Noble. I'm in the belly of the beast. You know where I am. Santa Rosa County or Healdsburg, North San Francisco. Um And it was literally literally flying off the shelf. I mean, people were there to buy that book. So, uh, I was only up to about page 166, where you talk about Thomas Soul in the quest for cosmic justice, and I had to jump ahead when we When you talked about Chapter seven, I read a lot of political science books. It's what my education is in particularly interested in progressivism and the destructive nature. It has toward our founding principles, and I can't recommend this enough for people. That, um, are interested in this thing interested in saving our country because I have never, ever read a, uh, a chapter like we just went over. You just went over and the way you lay the groundwork for the war we're in And I'm I had never thought of these things that you mentioned the back of this book or Chapter seven. The one you just went over and I read with you. You You read it on the air. Um, brilliant things that the things that I have never seen that I've read thousands of political science books. Well, maybe not
Digital Teleconverters Are Better than You Might Think
"Today. I'm going to talk about the joy of digital tele converters honest. I'm serious. This is not a joke. I'm really going to talk about how cool these things are now. I'm going to start with a story from fathers day which just happened I'm recording this on monday. So this was yesterday and my two boys live down in the santa clara area. And i'm in santa rosa. So san francisco is sort of like halfway in between so they set up the sing where we would meet Down in san francisco Around the presidio area which is just this lovely beautiful area part of san francisco and so we'd meet down there and they arranged for some takeout and we're going to eat out on this great green expanse at the presidio. Were just beautiful. People go there and they just hang out and picnic and families come and then after we had our picnic and so forth They had a walk planned and we kind of walk along crissy field in some nice views of the golden gate bridge and the city itself. So i knew that You know where we're gonna be someone to make sure. I had a camera with me. But i also knew that i wanted to travel light. This wasn't a day for me to you. Know have a bunch of photos care. And be. Like one of those dads. This was a day for me to enjoy and spend time with my boy. So i wanted to travel light well. I'm sure that's a huge shock to you right. Of course. I wanted to travel i. I almost always wanted to travel light. Regardless so i packed in my pocket. I had the iphone twelve pro. Max and i thought that would be particularly useful for the ultrawide if i needed it in a does have that. You know that to axe telephoto there. But i was more in the mood to shoot with fuji film. The x one hundred v is this that kind of day. I don't know i just. It just felt good to hold it in the hand and everything so my iphone stayed in my pocket all day. I never. I never used it once but i did pull out the x one hundred eighty. So we're taking our walk. And i i see some shots when we when we get near the water Played around with some shots with the golden gate bridge in the background in some really cool things in the foreground. That was fun in the thirty five millimeter. Equivalent lands of the excellent hundred v Was fantastic for that. It really was. It was great so that was all going really well. But then we kind of reversed direction. We went back the other way and the view that right away caught. My eye was the san francisco skyline with a kind of a semi low hanging clouds bank. So he had a little bit of blue right behind the buildings. Some fog above it a love that kind of sandwich. Look it's it's really gorgeous and in the foreground right in front of the city was the dome from the palace of fine arts. Going man has really nice. And then i had some good stuff to work within the foreground in front of that even so i'm going. That is a shot. i wanna do. I know a little bit of a postcard. Shaba does kind of an unusual angle and the lighting was really good. And i just wanted. The shooter is wanted to shoot him.
Shark Bites Florida Man Swimming Near Fishing Line
"A shark bit of Florida man who is swimming off Santa Rosa Beach. The man had visible wounds to the upper body and was taken to a local hospital, where he's expected to recover. The fire department says the shark was apparently heading for a fishing line and possibly mistook the man for
Expert Says Cop Was Justified in Pinning Down George Floyd
"The defense's started presenting witnesses in Minnesota in the trial of a white former police officer charged in the death of George Floyd a use of force expert former Santa Rosa California police officer Barry broad testified Derek Schoen was justified in pending Floyd to the ground it was acting with objective reasonableness Reid said Floyd was putting up a frantic resistance and police don't have to wait for something bad to happen he just have to have a reasonable fear that somebody's really going to strike you stab you shoot you brought testified he didn't think show but or the other officers in Minneapolis use deadly force on Floyd I don't consider a problem control as a use of force tape from court TV after eleven days of prosecution testimony in a mountain of video evidence the defense is trying to deflect blame away from showbiz I made Donahue
Gas prices make small drop after multi-month climb
"Weeks of seeing the price of the pump go up there now starting to head back down a bit. The average price across the D C metro area right now to 85 for a gallon of regular. That's a penny less than the national average in the district, though it's still over three bucks, according to the Triple A. The D C Metro area was the second most profitable in the nation this week. When it comes to selling and supplying gas topped on Lee by Santa Rosa, California Maria leave fun double drama Ellen double drama
"santa rosa" Discussed on KQED Radio
"What we expect Rain tomorrow night, especially in the North Bay kind of light. And then we'll have more rain early next week. By Wednesday. We can have some heavy rain maybe 59 degrees in San Francisco for expected high today. Also 59 in San Jose, and in Sacramento, 61 expected high in Oakland and Santa Rosa. This is forum. I mean, Achim. In his new book, Long time Coming, Scholar and Preacher, Michael Eric Dyson writes letters to victims of racism and Police Violence. Briana Taylor, George Floyd, Elijah McClane. And he grapples with America's attempt to reckon with race. Dyson is distinguished University professor of African American and Diaspora studies at Vanderbilt and author of many books, including Tears. We Cannot Stop Has Sermon to White America and Jay Z made in America. Thanks so much for joining us on Forum Michael Eric Dyson. Thanks for having me It's really great actually to be talking to you now in the month of December, when we tend to look back at the year, we just had and What a year, Right? I'm curious. What? What are the lessons from this year that you are processing right now that you think are important for people to hear. Well, I think that Azzan ordained Baptist minister for 41 years. I know that history's contingencies reveal Sometimes some remarkable aspects to our human existence that we couldn't anticipate you might interpret them religiously as divine will. But you might see them historically as just a citizen of the United States of America or a member of the globe and our global community as Plagues possibilities and realities that we can't avoid whether it's a global pandemic, like the virus that is stalking the world right now, killing over a million people, whether it's racial pandemic that erupted here in America Whether it's an election where evangelicals were certain that God white evangelicals I should act. We're certain that God was going to put Donald Trump back in office for another four years and other evangelicals praying that that would not be the case. So we're having religious civil war over the interpretation of an event like On election that reveals to people that these historical contingencies and these happened stances and these serendipity ease and these fortuitous occasions or these luck. This look in this chance has resulted in a world full of hurt and pain and trauma and misery. And we're left to our own devices, whether religiously or in the broader secret, secular world to try to figure out what the heck to do what to make of it. And what do we do as a nation as a globe going forward from here? You know you You often talk directly to white people in your books or to White America. I mean, you did that in tears. We cannot stop in 2018 You do it in this book. I'm wondering after this year. I mean, what do you think White America needs to hear right now? Well, I think that look, um the pledge to make a difference in the world was great in the immediate aftermath of George Floyd's death. There's got to be a re commitment. You know, it's one thing to get woke. It's another thing to get awake again. Because when you woke, you got to go to sleep. The alarm clock has to be set. You gotta wake up again. It's like a conversion. You know? You think you're in a particular religious tradition, but you got to keep on fighting for it. You think you're committed to democracy? And you got to keep affirming the necessity of practicing principles that will be the predicate for your common existence in a community. So the same thing with racial reckoning it can't just be a one time fits. You know, one time does it all one size fits all you got to keep committing and re committing to reckoning. Reckoning means over and over again. You're grappling with a particular issue. You trying to figure it out. You're trying to determine what it is. That will be ah, sufficient answer to a persistent conundrum of persistent problem of persistent played that we've been You know, tasked to find relief from so you know, I tell why brothers and sisters it's easier in the immediate aftermath of trauma to be committed. Then to do the unsexy thing during normal times, quote normal times when there is no racial conflagration, where there is no outrage against the vicious expression of police brutality that we've seen another incident quite recently in Columbus, Ohio, um, when there is no consternation generally Um to galvanize black and white and lad necks and Asian and indigenous and all sorts of peoples of color together. To galvanize them to come together to fight a common enemy of perceived common enemy, racial injustice and the commitment to racial reckoning that was made in the immediate aftermath of George Floyd. Has to really be understood as not only an ongoing process, but that one that gets transformed Um, when it's transferred from the streets to say corporate suites or two classrooms, um or two domestic spaces or the homes and houses where people have to work out. Their understanding of what that racial reconciliation with that racial reckoning looks like and again, you know, it's one thing to put up a black box up on on instagram or on social media to signify. Your commitment to racial justice and racial reckoning. Another thing still to figure out what that might look like. So I invite white people to be as curious and as imaginative About the process of figuring what that looks like as they are about other aspects of our society. One of your chapters is a letter to Emmett till. Actually, and you write in that chapter quote long before your death and so many times Since then, we have pledged to reckon with the racial calamity at the heart of our democracy and too many times we have renamed and failed to embrace our best racial future. Do you think we're in danger of doing that again? Yes, Quite frankly, um, because think about it. Every station every broadcast every radio or television outlet..
Red flag warning issued for Los Angeles, parts of SoCal amid heat wave, historic wildfire season
"California high winds are prompting new warnings of late season fire. Dangerous steve. Patterson reports many are still waiting for federal money to rebuild after years of wildfire destruction. It is the worst wildfire season in california history and the alarm is still sounding tonight. The national weather service issuing new red flag warnings for millions of southern california residents predicting gust to seventy miles an hour. The warning comes as many wildfire victims from years. Past are still waiting on relief. California received more than one point. Three billion in federal aid after thousands of homes were leveled during the devastating wildfires in two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen but with funding tangled in a bureaucratic red tape. Most homeowners are still waiting to see a single sent to help them rebuild according to state records the thousand seventeen tubs fire leveled eight-year-old. Linda adrian's santa rosa home three years later. She's still in temporary housing isolated in a small space. I don't know what to do. I'm angry also extremely frustrated. And then i really depressed because i'm sitting here by myself. I don't have anybody to talk to. A generation of wildfire refugees left out in the cold waiting to find a way back home.
"santa rosa" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Peter and Santa Rosa who also happens to be my dad. Hi, Dad. Hi. Hi. I know you. Yes. You playing chess for many, many years you taught me And I know that you had some particular opinions and thoughts on the Queen scam bit. What did you think of the show? Just desperate that chest we I started because of the Bobby Fischer phenomenon of 1972, which is our great hero and You know this part of part of what made the show greatest dipped into various legends and narratives of great chess players. But all I wanted to say was point. To point out how distinctive the game itself is. It teaches responsibility because You're literally on a high wire, and if you make mistake, you've lost hours of work, and it's tragic. Uh, you work hard, but the main things for kids, is that it? It avoids video games. It's based on a single, decisive Syria's of moves and it's not You don't accuse you don't beat your opponent 8000 of you know 700 or something. It zvehr e careful work and the only thing I can compare to his say doing The New York Times. Crossword in ink. There's no going back. It has to be a coherent plan, anyway. Well, thanks for sharing your thoughts. And thanks for teaching me how to play chess. Well, you're very welcome and off be available for more lessons. Just one other thing. I like the way the show brought out the role of intuition. Obviously, there's analysis and preparation, but And in my case, well, a quest intuition is built up to experience in my case by intuition often tells me Make a defensive move. And don't be a fool. Thanks for that, If dead and Jennifer Shehadi, do you have any thoughts that you wanted to add on top of that that commentary Yeah, well, I think it really resonated with me with a lot of things that a diesel was saying earlier that in the real world when you make a mistake, it could have some real consequences that you can never take back. If you teach Children chess, they came like understand that lesson in a much lower stakes environment, right? We'll get you lose your rock and you're never gonna get it back this game and it feels horrible. It feels like justice bad is having a major life disappointment. You know what? It's transient the next day, you realize, OK, I'm still a good person. I can still work at this game. And I think that that is so powerful to teach people that lesson in a low stakes environment that their actions have consequences. Well, next, Let's go to color Yvonne in Belmont's Yvonne, you're on. Hi. I just wanted to speak to how I learned chess as an African American woman. My brother was in prison and he taught me how to play chess when he came out. And that was the most. He never taught me about Ginger. He just played with me. And then I joined the chess club in high school, and the one thing that I just want to say is that there's a lot of kids out there. Families that are including where they learned and they bring home and they teach the kids chest. What is important is that I never knew the game of being bold and knowing the positions and calling Peter Pete right, it wasn't there, and I just wanted to To the gentleman from the hip hop Keith. Where, Um, how do you disseminate who or how do you get the information out there to the kids? Because I only learned because I was exposed to it on my brothers. And it just that I watched the queen dammit and, um it was so exciting. To the just resonated. I started when I was six and I just wanted to speak to that and share it with you. Thank you So much for sharing your experience. Yvonne and a decent Yeah, You did allude to the work that you've done with incarcerated populations. When it comes to chest. Can you speak more to that and into some of what even shared Ready. Sorry. There. I think you sorry I was I was meeting I was meeting with Syria. Um yeah, I want to thank her for that story because it's really important. And you know, from the beginning, I created the hip hop chess Federation with the, um Goal of taking chest into specifically black and Latino communities and teaching as many at risk. Youth is possible. And so what? That led me to was teaching at John O'Connell High School in Sounds Just go on the mission 19th in Folsom Shout out to everybody there. Specially G, um and You know, uh, I chose to go into juvenile halls. Um, here and in ST Louis as well. Um, and so, you know, Teaching in juvenile Hall was really important to me. I talk a lot of normally during the holidays until Cove it I would be at the Juvenile Hall in Oakland, and I always asked for the kids who are the most at risk for the most dangerous and I always demanded that I made sure that I went to the girl's unit and you would be blown away at the Massive amount of intelligent girls on young boys across this nation who are locked up that are I mean, they are just intelligent beyond measure and You know, I remember one girl in particular. She was the toughest girl in the hall and she was very tall. She was very tall. She had blonde hair, blue eyes and she was very, very Very dismissive, very kind of like cold. So I came in on top, and you know, the other girls were kind of playing, and we sat down and she ended up being the best girl in the hall during that time that I was there and It's Zoe. Always exciting to see this and to experience this and to see Ah young woman discover her own intelligence to see a young child of any background. Find out that they're important. Find out that they can see what's possible on this board and possibly in their life if they stay with it. And you know, one of the best girls I ever taught was actually at John O'Connell. She was Latina girl, and she was really good..
"santa rosa" Discussed on KQED Radio
"32 degrees in Santa Rosa 38 in Napa 46 in Oakland, 41 conquered in Santa Cruz 43 in San Jose and Point Reyes National Seashore 38 degrees the low expected in Sacramento tomorrow. Some clouds and fog to start today, but sunshine as well. This is marketplace. I'm Kai result on the theory that you were watching election coverage last week Tuesday night, specifically MSNBC in particular around midnight or so eastern time. You might have heard legendary Democratic strategist James Carville say this first thing is every Democrat just put put the razor blades in Ambien back in the medicine cabinet. We're gonna be fine. That was in response to a question from Brian Williams. We just have to hang in there. And we're gonna win this low thing. Promise you But then a couple of minutes later as things maybe weren't looking so good for the Democrats, Carville said. This I know pattern Van winkles in the back, and I think I'll be able to crack it Open. Maybe not tonight as I hoped, But I will practice a little bit of old practice Little Puppy Open Porter's Pappy Van Winkle Burden. Notoriously hard to come by outrageously expensive and now the subject of a new book by right Thompson called Peppy Land. Welcome to the program. Oh, man, it's a pleasure to be here. I should say we were chatting before we actually turned on the microphones. And you said You had in fact, seeing that James Carville clip and you're in Carvel actually know each other so So he kind of hooked you up here in a little in a little promotional way, I'm sure. But I do have to ask you for those who are not familiar with Pappy Van Winkle in the whiskey business and Bourbon specifically. What's his place? What's that that drinks place? It was two things one connoisseurs think it's the It's the best. I mean, it's the whatever analogy you want to use for something. It's the AMG Mercedes of Bourbons just from the you know the absolute Taste of it. But it's also culti and incredibly hard to find. The vin diagram of that leads directly to obsession and too obsessed people. I mean, it is both super high quality and also virtually impossible to find well, so let's get to that second part because that's a little bit the economics of this thing. It is so hard to find, in fact, that for the guy who now controls that company who was the subject of this book Pappy's Pappy's descendant, Julian. It's kind of a problem that it's so popular and culti. Well, it's that you know, the secondary market for it, like all good black markets is completely blown up there, You know huge issues with counterfeiting. Because aged bourbon I mean, they have bourbon out on the market has been sitting in barrels for 23 years, and so you can't just make more because people want it. And you know for a family that's been in this business for three generations like the van Winkles. They also know that bourbon goes boom and bust and that to be good at selling it. You have to both Appeal to people's nostalgia. I mean, I love that nostalgia comes from the Greek words for home and pain because that feels perfect bourbon E to me, but in order to be able to do that You have to live 10 15 2023 years in the future on we should just remind people. The reason for the time delay is that the stuff has to sit in barrels for 10 15 2023 years depending on what you're drinking. There is ah, passage in the smoke a whole riff actually from you on the making off. Pappy Van Winkle, bourbon and specifically the use of wheat and how you ground that in place and location and the agrarian spirit. In in America. Andi want you to riff on that for 45 seconds here. Well, it's interesting because American whiskey Macon started with farmers. I mean, in the beginning it was making right whisky in Pennsylvania. And they were farmers who have so far away from markets that the only way to keep their crop from not just rotting in the fields was to turn it into whiskey. I mean, one of the first reald debates and American public life was Alexander Hamilton wanted to pay for the Revolutionary War with a whiskey tax because to him because he lived in the city whiskey was something that happened in saloons, and he thought of it is a sin tax. What George Washington understood is that to the people making it this was a tax on the most distant and sort of disenfranchised rural Americans. And a lot of those farmers moved from Pennsylvania to what was then the frontier, which was Kentucky and in Kentucky. There is no Rye, but there's a lot of wheat. And so Pappy Van Winkle is a weeded bourbon, which makes it very existentially of its place. And every bottle is its own little history of Manifest Destiny and The history of America, right, Thompson. The book is called Happy Land, Right? Thanks a lot Appreciate time best. Oh, awesome Anytime. Thanks one more bit from last Tuesday night with Brian Williams and James Carville seems Germaine here. I'm just I have to ask on duty bound to ask if the bottle behind you started the night fall that that stuff is about $200 an ounce in a parse it out pretty good. So I'll be happy. He's not coming out until I'm sure you do the math. That's actually about right. $200 an ounce for that stuff..
"santa rosa" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Outside Santa Rosa. Knowing all too well, the risks posed by climate change. I am so tired of these fires. I just want to leave California. But I can't She remains adamant Sonoma Wine country is here to stay, even if the region's shape shifts below her feet for the California report. I'm Scott Broad in Cinema County. Scott mentioned the tub's fire in his story, one of dozens that broke out three years ago today in wine country. 44 people died more than 20,000 homes were damaged or destroyed. One belonged to Leo Abrams, who wrote this essay. I was 1/4 grader on October 8th 2017. When I woke up the fierce winds and I looked out the window to see fire in the drink, and I yelled to my parents fired. Let's get out of you were rushed into the car. Flames barely made it out alive. And didn't stop till we got to my Auntie's house in Oakland. Days later, when I learned all my toys in home were gone. That reminded me of the book. I will fix it for the fire called survived the Great Chicago fire. 18 71 by Laura and targets. I asked my dad if we were going to rebuild that they did in Chicago. He said. Yes. Then asked. Would our house and the others in Santa Rosa be built out of brick, like in Chicago even know? Then we read that book in some amazingly that it was the same day as your fires here in Santa Rosa, October 8th. Wow. I also learned that it was actually only after the second fire Chicago in 18 74. At the Windy City made big changes. I would go into it for another fire here in Sonoma County before we make the changes. I hope not. I do hope we learned from the fires in maybe 10 years. I still see smoke and ash in the cinema sky in a royal the time I love my home, I hope my mom and dad And all the other adults will make it safe for me in the community that was seventh grader Leo Abrams. Support for the California report comes from personal capital, offering remote tele finance services with financial advisors and digital financial planning tools. Personal capital dot.
California Firefighters Battle Nearly 2 Dozen Major Wildfires
"Wildfires have now burned more than four million acres this year, and Sarah Husseini OFC reports that's more than double the previous record for an entire year. More than 16,000. Firefighters are still battling nearly two dozen major blazes throughout the state with a couple months of fall fire season still ahead. In Northern California is wine country More than 52,000 people have been evacuated as a result of the glass fire. Among them are the Henson's who have set up a borrowed RV for themselves and their three dogs outside an evacuation center in Santa Rosa. We've been evacuated three out of four years, Jessica Hansen says. This time they had no warning. She says she realised the worst was coming. When she walked out of her house on the seven acres atop the mountain. They call home and saw fire climbing from both sides as soon as we got to the top of our driveway We knew we were going to her house. But abandoning the land her family has lived on for generations is unthinkable. Henson says she's already focused on rebuilding despite not having any homeowner's insurance. Husband, Alton Henson says they'll have to rely on the federal Emergency Management Agency and groups like the Red Cross. All right now we're registered with FEMA and all then and apparently they're supposed to give us Temporary housing or they'll put trailers on our property until we re building. We're just waiting for that, but they can't do nothing in tow were considered disaster. Last week, Governor Gavin Newsom asked the Trump administration to declare the latest blazes, including the glass fire, a major disaster. Meanwhile, the weather is starting to cooperate with weary fire crews in the form of calmer winds, cooler temperatures and clear skies over the weekend, which allowed aircraft to fly over the steep and rugged terrain and make some big gains. Cal Fire spokesman Erikmenendez his office in ST Halina is located not far from where the blaze began. I can tell you that, looking out my window for the past week. I haven't seen the beautiful mountains that were known for, so it's very refreshing to see the mountains again. At a community briefing Sunday, Cal Fire incident chief Sean Norman was cautiously optimistic. We're feeling good about her lines were not done with this fire, yet it's been a stubborn fire. We don't consider the fire contained or controlled. It'll be weeks before we get to that benchmark. But that does not mean that we feel an imminent threat to any specific community Officials say they're hand picking local firefighters or those with previous experience in problem areas to help keep it that way. For NPR News. I'm Sarah Husseini in Santa Rosa, California.
Governor Newsom Tours Glass Fire Areas, Meets With Impacted Residents
"Governor Gavin Newsom. Survey Damage from the so called Glass fired today in a year of record setting and deadly environmental disasters. Another Disaster scene here in our state. It's been a remarkable year close, just shy of four million acres now burn, Newsome told reporters in Santa Rosa that currently have 17,000 active firefighters working to put out places across the state. The glass fire has scorched over 48,000 acres in Napa and Sonoma County's
Northern California fires rage on as hot, dry weather holds
"California aren't getting a break from the weather with extremely hot, dry and possibly windy conditions. Zog Fire, which claimed to Fourth life may merge with the August fire, according to the governor, and the August fire is not only the largest fire in California state history, one of the largest fires ever in the U. S. At 955,000 Acres, Cal Fire incident Commander Billy See said they're dealing with red flag warnings on the glass fire to the West, which has torched parts of wine country. Preparation of the potential wonder over the next 48 hours would be diligently trying to secure the back door of our forecast in Santa Rosa calls Fort near triple digit weather. To Friday. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News start Starting mixed. The
"santa rosa" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Now it could increase to a red flag warning of conditions worsen. And we are a little concerned that there could be areas burning that haven't burned a very long time in this residential areas in those areas. We're going to continue talking aboutthe wildfires in Northern California in just a moment. This is the take away. I get from California, which is an hour north of Santa Rosa and that glass fire. It's difficult, tough here that we're surrounded at this point by fires. Right now, The sun's coming up and it's orange and mountains are obscured and heavy. There's thickly covered covering the ground. It's destroyed some of our very favorite open spaces and tell part it's really sad, but it's also becoming a lot, but we keep on persevering. Welcome back to the takeaway, and I've been talking with Sarah stir to freelance journalist who's covering the North Bay fires. We've been talking about the glass fire, which is currently burning in both Napa and Sonoma County's I'm seeing images of ash coming from the sky that that are pretty impressive and almost a little terrifying. What does that look like? Right now? There were a greased as of two days ago in Santa Rosa area and northern Napa County in a community called Calistoga. There was ash falling. That was the size of Frisbees. Not even exaggerating. I was taken aback when I saw the photographs and confirmed it with with Cal fire. It was remarkable and all it takes is one big gust of wind. To push those embers right now remembers air are jumping out ahead of the fire line. As we say about a quarter of a mile, which is small considered two nights ago, they were jumping 1.5 miles. The fire was able to Move rapidly within a 40 minute period from Napa County over the mountains into snowmen County to threaten retirement communities and large residential areas along the very popular commuter corridor. And scenic route through wine country and Within 40 minutes and destroy homes and threaten commercial businesses and suburban communities. Sarah you yourself have sort of found yourself in the position of being a wildfire reporter who's working on this story. 24 7 tweeting updates left and right. How are you feeling? How are On a personal level Howard Californians feeling in the region about what's happening? I mean, what's the sense of of of safety right now? How are people dealing with this emotionally? We were exhausted, you know, So it's the old adage of I'm tired of being tired of wildfires. I went from being a wine nerd who wrote about all these tasty, tasty beverages. We are known for making here in cinema Napa County to somebody who decided to educate myself about how wildfires work and And study and learn and realized there was an urgent need for quick and simple, easy to digest information that could possibly help people escape harm's way. Save lives and We're still in desperate need of more information like that. And we have learned a lot from the past. I'm a survivor of the 2017 wildfires here that devastated one country and Sonoma County and Erica County and People here are just literally exhausted. It's almost like when I've been speaking to people who've lost their homes. Some people who've lost their homes in 2017 and still haven't even finished rebuilding their new homes. And they've lost those structures. Sarah, do you expect this to change? Ah, the actual face of the community. I mean, granted. This is a region that is a wine country. They're probably somewhat wealthier communities and pockets in this region. Then there may be another parts of the state. But to that point, I mean, are people going to say? You know what? I've got to go somewhere else? We have. We did see in 2017, which was our first major wildfire in the area in decades. We did see people migrate. There will be a migration. I already know people who are not rebuilding, and they are people who are wealthy. There are people who were homeless who lost their homes in then homeless shelter that we had here in Cinema County. There are people of all walks of life and people are going to be leaving and I don't know where they're going to go yet, But things are changing here in the face of the hospitality and tourism industry is going to be changing as well. Sarah searches a freelance journalists covering the North Bay fires Thank you for your work, Sarah. And we hope you stay safe. Thank you. Gifted Kimba in Noma County, California My dances washed her home that they had. A third of my bridge club is either evacuated or just outside the evacuation zone. Fire 15 miles away, but might go bags were packed and my phone's always on to receive danger Alert. Disguise yellow, gray and ash fall. It's serial. This's TAM from Los Altos, California. There's definitely been a psychological toll. It's just too much with co vid and heinous political climate, California with chronic fire's dangerous weather situations nationwide, unemployment none of it happened directly to me, but it's all piling up is having a huge effect on my mental health Mining is with Dick Miller. We have been affected by the glass fire. About eight hoses down the road from us have been Affected by the fires. And those people will no longer have a place to call home. 8778. My take is our number. This is the take away..
"santa rosa" Discussed on KOMO
"Again in Northern California is wine country. ABC is Alex Stone joins us on the coma news line with an update on major evacuations and Damage and this hits really close to home for you, Alex. How's your mom doing? She's been evacuated, Hasn't she? Yeah, she has been there doing okay. Right now. They're in a hotel about an hour show south of Santa Rosa. They're my mom and dad are waiting for word right now, but Their emotional that the home that they have lived in that I grew up in. They've lived in it for 37 years that it's under threat right now and then, really, nobody knows what's going to go on that. About 68,000. People in and around Santa Rosa are evacuated and you know it. Here we go again that in 2017 Santa Rosa was the heart of the tub's fire. And then last year, Santa Rosa got hit by Flames on whatever the fire was called last year that we covered in the Windsor area in the northern area of Santa Rosa. And now this, A lot of people are evacuated the flames making a four mile run last night. In the neighborhood. They know that homes are gone. Firefighters say that they did have lost his last night. But here is the fire chief in Santa Rosa, saying they haven't been able to assess it yet. They don't know just how bad it is. I don't know how many structures were lost. Throughout the firefight. Last night. About there was there was significant loss. It was a windy last night, pushing those flames. ELISA dry very hot through the end of this week, and not only Northern California about 400 miles south right now, in Southern California, north of L. A. About 15. Minutes ago, a fire started already. It's run about 200 acres. Looks like it's running pretty fast toward homes right now, Santa Ana winds are blowing, so it's happening in northern and Southern California, and that's such gorgeous country, Alex, but some of those roads air in that wine, country air, really wind ear and it must be tough to get out of there. People trapped Yeah, well, they have been earlier today when it was a little bit windier. There were a lot of rescue is going on. You've got a lot of fire engines having to get up really wind e roads near Calistoga and seeing Halina Up in the mountains before it ran down to Santa Rosa. But there were a lot of calls going out of rescues needed of people needing to be pulled out now that they waited too long, But the flames moved too quickly. And then the only way out was down A wind e road and They were bought blocked by flames. We don't know of anybody at this point who has been injured or killed usually takes a little while, though, if you think about paradise or even the more recent fires in Washington, Oregon that several days later we find out somebody is missing. Fingers crossed that, as of right now that everybody was able to work fast enough in Santa Rosa in Napa County as well. There's a big retirement community Oakmont in Santa Rosa, at least one home burned there. The hope is that they were able to get that emptied out quick enough at this point looks like they were, but but we really don't know yet. I know in a way, it's minor. But what has this done to wine country? You've had Cove it that's heard it And then you had the fire. Another The fires before and now the smoke damage. Yeah, I mean, it's a minor at all for the industry. There were talking billions of dollars in Sonoma and Napa County and tourism and the wine itself. And that is the life blood of Sonoma and Napa counties, and they still have not gotten over the 2017 wildfires and the impact those fires had on the economy and on the infrastructure. Then the fires last year that again they were burning Shiloh Road, an area of Santa Rosa that has a lot of really well known wineries. Now we're talking about Napa and the Silverado Trail, a really well known area that it not only impacts the wine and the grapes that are being grown But it just the economic impact of wine reason or burning to the ground. Wine reason cannot be open. They've already been dealing with Cove it and the closures from that it's been really, really tough. ABC is Alex Stone and our best to your family. Alex. Thank you. Thank you so much. Thank you. Yeah, and hopes that the casualty rate stays at zero for the entire community. Let's move on to sports. Now. 3 42 Seahawks are hopping mad with a Dallas cowboy dirty tackle. Here's.
New wildfires scorch wine country near San Francisco
"New wildfires are scorching wine country near San Francisco it started with the glass spire and two other fires merged with it that was able to establish a foothold on the west side of the napa valley and burn approximately four miles during the course of about six hours cal fire's been Nichols says it's hot it's dry and there are strong Santa Ana winds jeep Anthony Gossner says more than thirteen thousand homes are threatened in Santa Rosa alone in a lot of fire coming down the hill with very heavy winds we're impacting structure so we put a lot of resources in those areas to protect those structures one woman who evacuated said it's like god has no sympathy no empathy for cinema county I'm at Donahue
Multiple wildfires in California prompt fresh evacuations
"Heading now to California. That's where wildfires are continuing to cause what large scale evacuations and the Sonoma and Napa County wine country region. ABC is Alex Stone is there overnight, Santa Rosa getting hit hard again. Flames and neighborhoods and mass evacuations are in place. There were reports of people trapped, Santa Rosa was devastated by fire in 2017. Numerous wildfires are burning in Sonoma and Napa County is right now, but flames are moving quickly and wind into the city of Santa Rosa.
"santa rosa" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Sanoma County is ordered evacuations in rural areas north east of the Santa Rosa City Limits will be having Mohr on the evacuations and road closures as we hear more this evening and on top of it tonight, A 3.6 earthquake struck six miles from Mill Pts. Between male Penis and San Jose. That was around 10 15 tonight We'll keep you updated here on cake dfm San Francisco. 10 30. You're listening. The Tech Nation and a 2011 interview with anthropologist David Graber Thie, author of Debt. The 1st 5000 years. We're continuing our conversation about organized religions attitude toward money, starting with its attitude toward debt. Whatever it is, they have to start with that. And then they throw it away. So the interesting question is why? Why did they feel they have to start with Dad. Conclusion. I finally came to his language that's almost forced on them by the political situation of the time. If you think about it throughout world history, most people have lived in large states, cities or empires. Most people in those empires were told that they were debtors. That's kind of odd. If you think about it, how could they possibly all be in debt to you like that one or 2% of the population That's actually running things. Now you'll need to explain that. Why? How would they told they were dinners? What they literally they owed money. Most people you know, in ancient Mesopotamia fell into debt at some point in their lives, one bad harvests to do it. It didn't take much. They're usually skating on the edge. And you know when rich people won money to each other, it's on relatively nice terms, just like when poor people on money to each other. But when rich people and money to poor people, it often turns into something very different. And that seems to be what happened. It's whether it's a story of Greece. Rome Whether it's ancient China, I think the great classicist Moose's Finley once said that It was basically one revolutionary program in the ancient world. Whenever there was a revolt. It was always the same demand. Cancel the debts, Then maybe they say, Redistribute the lands. The council the depths was always the first thing Everyone was in debt to the rich to the victor belongs the cancellation of debt. Precisely but to the victor belongs the ability to say who woes what to whom? That's the key because what Victor's discovered is Conqueror's understand this mafiosi understand? This is very simple. You know if if you have Power over someone else. Arbitrary, violent power. How do you turn it into something where it seems like you're not the thug that they're the ones who are moral reprobates. You turned into debt. You say Look, I could have killed you. I didn't You owe me You can't pay right now. But I'm going to be a nice guy. I let you off the hook, but you better come up with the money next week. Suddenly they're the ones who feel like there's something wrong with them. And and here's the key thing. If you want to reply to that. The only way to replies to say Now Wait a minute. Who's what? To Who? Here? You know, I'm the person who produces the food whatever it might be, But as soon as you do that you're using the language of Dana's morality. So in a way, the political situation in the ancient world forced people to talk as if Dad is morality, so that all the religious Thinkers have to start with that, but that's the way people are talking. That's you know, to argue with the people in charge. You have to use their language. So they start that way. And then they say, except, of course, that's not really true. That's not ultimately the way the world works. They're all these connotations in tone. Al it ease throughout all of history, and throughout all of these societies that it's far more complex than I think we realize It's incredibly complex. But you're never quite sure what a lot of these passages mean. Take the Lord's prayer. We're used to the translation. The Anglican translation which is forgive us our trespasses, Justus. We forgive those who trespass against us. Actually, the original line reads. Forgive us our debts, just as we forgive those who are less money, but of course, We don't really forgive those who was money, do it. So is it a way of saying Forgive us? Or is it his way of saying we are not worthy of being forgiven because actually were all centers? Oh, well, that's good. I don't know where we're going, Captain, forgiven any dinners with the F B? I don't really thie. You know, certainly my mind his swimming with all the examples you give a message Catania to the Greeks and Romans toe Irish customs to to India and China, and through it all, There's there is slavery you mentioned Ah, in In with Alexander the great taking people prisoner and basically putting, putting them in the mines to mind. Silver slavery means different things at different times with respect to death. Well, The interesting thing about slavery is that in a way you fall out of the system. You move from being a player to being a peace essentially in the game, so that if you fall too much into death that you're eventually enslaved, then you can't borrow. You can't land. You're not an economic person. You're only relations with your master, so that It's interesting, for example, that in the Irish laws the ultimate did not highest denomination of currency was actually the slave girl. People who had been stripped of everything they became money effectively. Now. Gives that shows you something about what money is that what commodities are is What's a slave slave is a person who has no social relations. The word for free in English actually derives from the same root. In German as friend because free people can have friends that can make promises they can make obligations they can enter into contracts or deaths. Slaves. Can't um However, since they can't they can be used. As units through which one could make promises to another. You can promise is slave to someone you canola debt in a slave. So in a way slaves represent that process whereby things and it used to be and what I call a human economy where you don't have money, mediating social relations. Everything is assumed to be unique. Justus people are unique because everybody's brothers ah, Father, a friend to all these different people in unique ways. We are a web of social relations. Objects were to every cow is unique. Every part is unique because everything has a history. What the market does is it takes things from their histories, and it seems like the very first commodity were actually people who are taken from their histories. And that's what a slave the slave has no relations there socially dead effectively. Except the relation to the guy who owns him. Now contrast for us The history of dead in China with the history and debt in India there really two different perspectives, right? Well, in some ways, it's similar. In some ways. It's very different. In the Middle Ages in China. You have the invention of paper money. What happens with the break up of the big empires of antiquity, and this happens all the way across Eurasia. You go back to credit systems, but it takes very, very different forms. And.
"santa rosa" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"In Escambia and Santa Rosa County's And if you thought this summer was hot, nowyou have numbers to back it up. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says the June through August period was the hottest ever for the Northern Hemisphere. The previous record was set in 2016 and tied in 2019. The agency also said the Northern Hemisphere set a record for the hottest August last month, No added Mother Earth is experiencing its second hottest year ever in 2020 so far That is Brian Shook reporting 6 30 to a woman in her twenties among the latest to die from Corona virus here in Florida that part of health yesterday announced 36 deaths in the state. Including that of a 22 year old Broward woman, the D. O H. Also announcing over 700 new cases of covert 19, which is the lowest giggly total in over three months. The positivity rate for new cases was less than 4% the lowest rate in over three months as well. And you can once again hear the monkeys screeching and the elephants stomping a zoo. Miami opens its doors for the first time since July. Spokesman Ron McGill says zoo goers will notice lots of changes the rules. The rules get hand sanitizing stations throughout the park. Maintain social distancing pretty easily if a very large park masks are mandatory thie animal feeding areas, The playgrounds and monorail remain closed. All traffic in the indoor exhibits will be one way. Like wheelchair and stroller rentals are still available. There's a will only allow 3500 people in per day, so visitors are encouraged to buy their tickets online to make sure they get in. At 6 33 vice president Mike Pence's highlighting President Trump's support of our military. I couldn't be more proud to serve alongside a president who cares so deeply about the men and women of our armed forces. And their families and our veterans. He told supporters in Montana that the administration has stood with the armed forces since taking office. The Atlantic recently reported President Trump is called fallen U. S soldiers, suckers and losers in 2018. Vince said Trump help rebuild the military restored the arsenal of democracy and gave branches the resource is they need to defend America. That's Mark Mayfield reporting Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's making his first trip to Florida since covered 19 shutdown campaigning. It includes a Hispanic Heritage Month event and Qasimi Biden's well ahead. The Puerto Rican community by 33 points, according to the last pole these well ahead with pan Latin Americans from Central America Mexican Americans, but he's behind with the Cuban American vote by over 15 points. Democratic Congressman Darren Soto says Biden is well behind with Cuban Americans and is going to try to change that when he visits South Florida. Soon. After being denied a seat on the Florida Supreme Court upon Beach Judge may be in line for a consolation prize Governor De Santis has asked. He says President Trump to consider judge were naphtha Frances for a seat on the federal bench in South Florida. Santa says Trump was very receptive. He says he appointed Frances to the States High Court, but she withdrew last week after that same court ruled she was ineligible. The man who almost became governor has a secret to confess Andrew Gillum revealing yesterday that he is in fact bisexual. He came out during a TV interview on the Tamarind Hall show. The former Tallahassee Amir was the Democratic nominee for governor two years ago. And get ready to see some scary Karen's This Halloween. A special effects artist has made two versions of a mask and one has bulging eyes and sores. Both have rotting teeth and lots of blond hair. The $180 masks are inspired by the Internet name often used to describe angry white women acting racist or entitled. The term has been used several times This year. The creator is selling the masks on Etsy shop, calling them the really monsters of 2020. Forney's coming up. It's seven at 6 35. I'm Natalie Rodriguez News radio, 6 10 w Y O D. Hey, it's Kris Mitchell. And you've been seriously thinking about the way you put on during quarantine. You look around. Everyone did. But you want to take it off, right? Let me tell you. What did the trick for me with no side effects sleepaway fat dot coms, college and protein. Look, I took it. I used it. I was highly skeptical. But you know what?.
Forecasters say Tropical Storm Teddy has formed; one of four active named storms in Atlantic basin
"20 now tropical storm teddy way out in the Atlantic likely to grow into a hurricane this week. Tropical storms. Sally, meanwhile, is bearing down on the Gulf Coast. NBC's Morgan Chesky has more in the Florida Keys. Torrential rains flooded roads as high winds battered the coast. A powerful preview ofthe could hit Louisiana late Monday, where many you're getting ready. Or getting out a tropical storm warning in effect for parts of big Gulf. Escambia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Walton County's A tropical storm watches in effect for the coast of Franklin County. Rain totals from the big Bend to the Alabama line could range from 8 to 25 inches, and the highest totals are expected in the Western Panhandle. Stocks
"santa rosa" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"You had been. . In this was pre pre. . I think that we talked about you had kind of been transitioning <hes> to be more of a everyday flower. . Go to <hes> studio or retail space rather than putting all your eggs in the wedding and event basket is that am I portraying that? ? Correct? ? Yeah I kind of got burnt out <hes> the wedding. . Industrial Complex and <hes> had some bridezillas last year and I thought you know. . People just don't get it. . They're not understanding what I do what I bring. . You know I bring a service, , I bring my services a form of art to make their debut. . But I'm not a servant young. . And it has somehow through the years it had changed you know or maybe it was just my bad luck and certain clients just not appreciating. . <hes> what I do, , and it's not just me. . I found I was talking to my girlfriend's. . The. . Same thing across the board like. . I, , know you know them understanding exactly what I was talking about by you know somebody freaking out over certain color not being the exact color that they were thinking it was or or some flour being included that they never talked about <unk> something just something petty. . Just bumming me out. . So I went I went more full force into the store thinking you know. . Now I can really just express myself and not have to worry about. . Ruining someone's big gay. . Or Yours. . Yeah Oh. Yeah. . . Well, , the store the store. . Is seemed like you were able to really highlight <hes> your aesthetic even in the gift and garden items that you are. . You're selecting for your your merchandise <hes>. . I've never been in the store, , but I've spent time on your website and I love your quirkiness and. . You don't really want reproductions want artisan pieces you want local <hes>. . Items and you're kind of you know to use that tired word curated IRRIT- definitely. . Choosing what you're I, , what appeals to you and your I What I would like to buy and what <hes>? ? What turns me on. . So I'm my biggest customer. . Pretty good for the bottom line Mirror Olivia. . Now. . I try to not get myself too big of a discount. . So, , you're telling me about your space and where it's located in how you like when did you open that space? ? Opened it <hes> last year in June <hes> before we were next door is just a small pop up in the front of another another person studio and then <hes> the girls who were at my space moved decided to move to Hillsboro. . And I was able to take over this beautiful space about the square feet. . Gorgeous. . Little picture windows in front. . Awning <hes>. . I was able to <hes> get <hes> Nicole skalski sister <hes> the artist. . She goes by heart and hand creative. . She did this a beautiful mural inside of monster eras and tropical plants and we did this funky. . funky color scheme of a green and pink. . I told her I said I have eighty s Miami vice in my mind and she totally went for it. . So cool. . She totally nailed it. . Oh, , and then you mentioning National Skalski she owns <hes> is one of the CO owners of California sister in California sister is it <hes>? ? Is it Petaluma. . What town is she in? ? As she's in Sebastian Oval. . Yeah at the Barlow. . And she's hanging in there retail. . Wise. . Well I met you both on the same trip and I could tell you were kindred spirits and it's cool that you're both in retail forestry and. . Not Competitors you're you've figured out how to. . Put your friendship I and because you're not really in the same market really are you know we're we're very different <hes> I love what Nicole does I can't deal with Nicole does. . Her in Katherine, , their style is <hes> Gosh I don't know how to describe it. . It is it is also romantic, , but it's in A. . It's in a different way <hes> she's she's super local <hes> in her products in her flowers. Yeah. . . But I'm more quirky. I'm . more funky I don't know what to say like I'm more. . You know if we're talking San Francisco, she , would be located on Union Square and I would be located on Haight Street. . That's a great analogy. . It's
Local Flowers for California's Wine Country, with Santa Rosa floral designer Olivia Rivas of Papillon
"You had been. In this was pre pre. I think that we talked about you had kind of been transitioning to be more of a everyday flower. Go to studio or retail space rather than putting all your eggs in the wedding and event basket is that am I portraying that? Correct? Yeah I kind of got burnt out the wedding. Industrial Complex and had some bridezillas last year and I thought you know. People just don't get it. They're not understanding what I do what I bring. You know I bring a service, I bring my services a form of art to make their debut. But I'm not a servant young. And it has somehow through the years it had changed you know or maybe it was just my bad luck and certain clients just not appreciating. what I do, and it's not just me. I found I was talking to my girlfriend's. The. Same thing across the board like. I, know you know them understanding exactly what I was talking about by you know somebody freaking out over certain color not being the exact color that they were thinking it was or or some flour being included that they never talked about something just something petty. Just bumming me out. So I went I went more full force into the store thinking you know. Now I can really just express myself and not have to worry about. Ruining someone's big gay. Or Yours. Yeah Oh. Yeah. Well, the store the store. Is seemed like you were able to really highlight your aesthetic even in the gift and garden items that you are. You're selecting for your your merchandise I've never been in the store, but I've spent time on your website and I love your quirkiness and. You don't really want reproductions want artisan pieces you want local Items and you're kind of you know to use that tired word curated IRRIT- definitely. Choosing what you're I, what appeals to you and your I What I would like to buy and what What turns me on. So I'm my biggest customer. Pretty good for the bottom line Mirror Olivia. Now. I try to not get myself too big of a discount. So, you're telling me about your space and where it's located in how you like when did you open that space? Opened it last year in June before we were next door is just a small pop up in the front of another another person studio and then the girls who were at my space moved decided to move to Hillsboro. And I was able to take over this beautiful space about the square feet. Gorgeous. Little picture windows in front. Awning I was able to get Nicole skalski sister the artist. She goes by heart and hand creative. She did this a beautiful mural inside of monster eras and tropical plants and we did this funky. funky color scheme of a green and pink. I told her I said I have eighty s Miami vice in my mind and she totally went for it. So cool. She totally nailed it. Oh, and then you mentioning National Skalski she owns is one of the CO owners of California sister in California sister is it Is it Petaluma. What town is she in? As she's in Sebastian Oval. Yeah at the Barlow. And she's hanging in there retail. Wise. Well I met you both on the same trip and I could tell you were kindred spirits and it's cool that you're both in retail forestry and. Not Competitors you're you've figured out how to. Put your friendship I and because you're not really in the same market really are you know we're we're very different I love what Nicole does I can't deal with Nicole does. Her in Katherine, their style is Gosh I don't know how to describe it. It is it is also romantic, but it's in A. It's in a different way she's she's super local in her products in her flowers. Yeah. But I'm more quirky. I'm more funky I don't know what to say like I'm more. You know if we're talking San Francisco, she would be located on Union Square and I would be located on Haight Street. That's a great analogy. It's
California sees spike in covid cases, but a declining death rate
"Infected despite the rising number of covered nineteen cases across California doctors say fewer people are dying from the virus KPK Nick I'm a goddess reports Dr Vanessa Walker who operates out of Santa Rosa's I see you and cares for cove in nineteen patients says the decline of the death rate is partly due to administering steroids avoiding intubation and using from does appear a drug used to treat rheumatoid arthritis she adds that treating patients with the steroid deca draw is helping people survive the respiratory illness medical professionals have also discovered patients don't need ventilators and that it's better for the body to recover on itself health experts ask people not to let their guard down reminding them the virus's spread based on human
Data Visualization for How You Shoot
"We record except data with every picture we take. But how do we use it? If we examine our camera settings over a period of time with a specific model. We can learn a lot about how we capture. This information can help us change the look of our pictures plus assist us with buying decisions for new gear. And the best part is this exercise is both easy and cheap learn how on today's TVs photography podcast? So this is super interesting. I knew the title. Isn't that sex whenever you have data in the title unless you're a star Trek Fan is not that interesting. Okay, but this is truly interesting, and here's the project that I've been working on that. I WANNA share with you today, so I've been shooting with Fuji Film X One Hundred V, since March, in the reason for that is not the only camera shot with, but when I've gone. Gone outside. Is the camera even shooting with? Because I've been doing street photography whenever I wander outside now inside shooting with the Nikon the Olympics, you know all that kind of stuff that you have been hearing and seeing, but when I step out the door in get into an urban environment pretty much since March it's been the Fujifilm x one hundred, and I'm getting to know this camera. This is my first. X One hundred I like a lot, but I'm still learning about it and me together. So the way that I do street photography. At least the way I've done it since March Is. When I get out there, I really want to be thinking about the composition about how I hold the camera about what's in the viewfinder. You know all that kind of stuff and I'm not ask concerned with the actual settings, as I am with other types of targets for example with portrait photography. I'm really thinking about aperture lot I'm really thinking about color a lot with product photography. I'm thinking about depth of field and I'm thinking about exposure. You know so different types of photography have me focus on different things in terms of what are the priorities? So when I go out the door with the FUJIFILM x one hundred I'm really thinking composition I mean. That is my prime thing, and so as a resolve. What I've been doing is setting the camera basically on program mode, so it's on auto exposure in aperture and I've even gone so far as to using auto ISO with. Now in the beginning, I didn't really know how that would work out. And I soon found that this camera is really smart and it a great job in the way that I've been making any sort of adjustments and I'm giving away a little something here from the data. Because I didn't really realize this until I started studying the data, the way that I'm adjusting. The exposure is with exposure compensation. And I know that for a fact now because I have data to back it up so basically what I have been doing is putting it in program mode figuring out what film simulation I want that fits the mood of what I'm capturing, and then I'm just letting it fly just lay, and I have to tell you I have been. Really pleased with the results. This has been a lot of fun. Have Done Street photography in Los Angeles for our March Street photography workshop. I went to San Francisco. As you know a right before they started to open up again and did some black and white street photography there. I've done some photography in Santa Rosa. Here I go out on my bike and that way I can. Get through the police barriers, and all that kind of stuff more easily than I could with a car so I mean I've had some really interesting spots each time that I go out to shoot. I'm thinking about okay. What film simulation do I want and you know one of my after here, but the primary thing is that I need to be able to react quickly and I don't want to miss any shots. I really don't to miss any shots and to be honest with you. I have missed a very few so rolling that all up. That's a big setup for this data visualization thing because when I heard about this APP photo statistic. All one word. Ph Ot O. S. T. A. T.. I STI FOOT OF STATISTIC UP IS A two dollar ninety nine cents APP that you can get in the Mac, APP store It runs on the MAC platform. When I heard about this I go you know what I would love to analyze my work with the X. One hundred V since I've been shooting street photography with it in March and really Kinda. See what's going on in this APP is perfect. What this APP allows me to do is I can point. At a folder full of just I can point it at a capture. One Catalog I can pointed at a photos library. and. I can say you know analyze it. It will analyze the data and shots, and then it gives me all these different ways to look at that information
"Thriving in the New Normal"
"Many of us are feeling a distance between our art in our daily lives. In my case for example. I'm not spending time with other photographers this week. I should be in the Humboldt redwoods with a bunch of you taking pictures and looking at them and talking about technique and all that good stuff. I'm not. I'm here in Santa Rosa. I'm not traveling. I'm not being hired to take pictures you know. It's really a different situation now. Your particular variables might be a bit different than mine. But I bet you're having many at the same feelings. So what do we do? What do we do about this brand off? The top of my head of choices. We have so first of all we could you know just roll over and die and I don't mean I don't mean physically die. I mean artistically die. Just say you know what That was fun now. It's over. This is the new world and a well as you may have figured out by now. That is not the path that I'm taking nor the one that I'm recommending okay. Here's what I think. We should look for the opportunities within the situation. Tried to capitalize on them and then move forward to. Here's the cool thing. Whatever we do now while we're constrained physically we're not constrained artistically. I'll get to that in a minute. We're not constraints so much artistically as we are physically physical of all the limitations I think is easiest to overcome. Unless you're like locked in a box which were not. It's the easiest overcome I I would take it any day over mental imitation emotional limitation spiritual limitation. I'll take you know being sort of trapped in my studio or trapped in my house over those other constraints so I have Internet. I have my tools at the moment. I have food on the table as a moment. The mortgage is paid. I don't know about next month but we'll deal with next month when it gets here. So what I'm thinking is all right. Let's take a look at five ideas that we could play with during this time of physical limitation in. See what we can come up with. Because here's what happens if we come up with something now then if the world starts to come back to some other kind of normal that involves US actually being able to hang out with each other or go somewhere on an airplane or do a number of things like that then we already know how to do that and then we have whatever we've accomplished during this time and then we'll have both and then what if we can intermingle both into something completely new all right. You see where I'm going here. Let's take a look at some of these things that we can do during this time of internment right number one more self assignments because just because we don't have the physical freedom that we once enjoy. That doesn't mean were confined creatively. We can explore how to stir those embers. Bhai creating self assignments and seeing them through and seeing them through very important. Because if we're successful we'll not only enjoy the fruits of our efforts. Whatever that assignment was. We will have a level of self satisfaction for the accomplishment. And I think this is really important. I think setting goals. That can be accomplished right now. Are Super Important. Because I'll tell you there are days that I get up and they sort of you know. Look at my life and just talking about you know my creative life my working life right now my financial life all those are mixed together. There are days I get up and I look at that and I'm bummed. I am bombed. I just go. How man this is so hard. This is truly difficult and then I'll just go ahead and get to it. Start trying to do one thing and then trying to do the next trying to do something new. You know all that kind of stuff and then I will have a little success. Someone will sign up for a course. Someone will buy a very expensive camera. Someone will do something that sort of puts a little energy into the day and then I get a little momentum and then suddenly I start having more ideas and then I get my energy going. Self assignments can help us in that same way that we set something up that we can accomplish that is worthy of being accomplished. Not only do we have the thing but we get the feeling that goes with it and right now. I think that feeling that feeling good that feeling like I can move forward that I can do something under these conditions. I think that feeling is super important. Because that's what moves us to the next spot. Okay so self assignments. I think are a great way to do that. And they can be anything you can work on for instance assignment for a lot of folks right now. they're just wrapping up digitizing memories.
"santa rosa" Discussed on KGO 810
"That big the big big big artisan cheese tasting and marketplace it's going to be integrated for billion Sinama county fairgrounds in Santa Rosa and that's going to be March will give away the tickets for March twenty eighth however the event is on from the twenty seventh of March to the twenty nine Hallelujah all right it is that time for Bob Diener with get a room dot com in a room good morning how are you yeah yeah I I've said Hey what I'm seeing out there in the industry I was gonna ask you and the the I was going to ask you was if somebody calls you and says Hey I I'm thinking a traveling what do you say to them well yeah so what we're saying is in a large for a lot of large groups conferences and so forth are canceling but individual an individual travel for leisure and small business travel is still very strong and it said were saying the hotels are dropping rates really across the country because of these large group cancellations so individual travelers are getting the deal of a lifetime right now so well they are but the concern is a lifetime you know his ranging from B. L. I. I'm not going to stop traveling to I just don't want to go very far from home so what do you tell them when the phone in and say you know is it going to be safe to go to such and such place then we can get into a few places that you you are fine ideas I will first or not five times about five times as many people are driving forces flying third destination right definitely staying closer to home but you know we advise people follow CDC recommendations and the recommendations right now the risk level still very low but you know what we advise people to take take your sanitary wipes take your liquid your payroll or other other sanitizing gel wash your hands frequently follow all the recommendations the CDC and and the rest out there still according to them very well and and and also this will pass over and so regardless of of when you're planning on traveling book your reservations now and that you're going in summer or fall you're going to get a much better deal now when this thing you know this thing is gone rates are going to fly up again and they're going to double and triple from where they are today so you can get a real deal the eight if you're going like September October you can book it now for probably half of what the rates going to be if if you know this thing is if this up problem is gone by themselves let's say the book and say yeah we want to spend a week on Mao where we can the car be in a week in New York for theater and so they book now for December let's it is this thing is still on can they cancel without getting slapped on the wrist well I I can say that about that ninety per processing ninety percent of all the offerings on our get a room dot com website are are fully refunded at the launch a booklet in more of a cancel penalty is with and most hotels we cancel penalty is is either same day or within anywhere from twenty four to seventy two hours of check and now also if you're going to an area that's we're travel you can travel to and so forth in hotels are being very liberal now in terms of responding but those are not traveling the corona virus so but you can always just to be I you know I typically just poker refundable bookings you not to worry about it book your reservations now for every you're going you can book in up to a year from now and you're going to get such a good deal if you have to cancel you cancel but it could get a good rate right now I mean in New York City right now that we're getting into that peak spring time when rates really go through the roof forcing hotels like the Manhattan club which is you get a JYJ it's it's huge so we do get for thirty five to fifty percent off prime Milan Italy for about this well that's right try saying hi so the deals are out there but there aren't a number of people that want to take advantage of them right now so think ahead to people traveling to New York times of people traveling you know Boston's another area Boston's typically very expensive no no I I think a lot of people in the San Francisco Bay Area I think they're going to tender one maybe I don't even think Vegas but lake Lake Tahoe in Selma I we're gonna talk about that in a minute yeah we've got deals in Reno like the Lannisters got for for about thirty percent off okay forty two dollars for deals right now meant to look for them and also get I've I would imagine you'll have something on there about you know steady.
"santa rosa" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Anyone ma'am can I get back to you yes thank you thank you alcohol back thank you very much Santa Rosa senator Murray as chairman first of all thank you for having the hearing I I do I do have to ask each one of you because this is a very serious challenge we're seeing the impact to my state even though it may not be answers on this for each individual that has has it they can come in contact with somebody who is medically fragile containing this is absolutely critical so I I just think it's really important right now and I'm concerned that people trust the information that they are hearing so they do the right thing for themselves and their communities and our country as this moves forward I mean we where do you turn for trusted information as the experts like all of you are and that's who people need to be listening to I think you have heard the concern expressed here that the president has made some statements contradicting all of you our nation's top experts and even criticized the media for covering this so I just I think it's really important for us to hear from all of you yes or no can the American people count on you to be a hundred percent transparent on this virus and the government's response even if you have to contradict a tweet or something that someone says yes absolutely yes yes center thank you and and we need to count on that because this virus is moving so quickly and we're seeing it in my state we will see it in others and I think that's so important I miss Sherman as families across the country watch the latest news and worry about the threat of this coronavirus I'm I'm really glad that we are taking the opportunity in this committee to ask some of these urgent questions that I've been hearing from home and we're all going to continue to here and to talk about what we're doing as well and how we can prepare for the text I would tell all of you that since we have been in this room in this hearing since this started we have now learned of the first full closure of a federal facility due to this virus it's a D. HMO center in Tukwila Washington in my home state it was just closed shortly short time ago so it really is clear by the minute just how serious this is for people in my state of Washington as well as the rest of the country and this administration as you all know some answers about the corona virus and they're gonna keep hearing from me until I get the answers including apparently from vice president pence shortly and several of you this is really critical and we need to stay on top of it I want to say again thank you to senator Alexander's he said he and I've been holding bipartisan meetings on this we want to continue to work together having that information I can't tell you it's so important for the people in my state of Washington we need to get these tests out people need to know the answers there are real time decisions being made right now in my home state about school closures about whether to go to entertainment what businesses should be telling people and these numbers continue to grow this is only going to be more intense so we're counting on all of you thank you senator Murray in a time when we're not in the middle of a former in the middle of now I I want to have some more discussion about the extent to which we rely on other countries for our medical supplies and medicines and what we should be doing about it that we're not an interesting twist we have debates in this committee about importing prescription drugs and I've often thought that our the way we talk about that Tom all mixed up because we import a lot of drugs as we now see there there but the difference is they're manufactured under FDA supervision and they have a supply line that FDA supervisors to make sure they're safe and when we do that we have lots of drugs that are made overseas so maybe the National Academy should do a study on this I've talked to some other senators who are concerned about it but I think one of the areas that this committee should look at and several centers of mentioned it is the extent to which we rely on other countries and sole sources of supply of chick-fil-a sales mac and cheese it doesn't have one source of mac and cheese it has at least two to make sure that run out and we should we should certainly do the same with life saving drugs also want to endorse what senator Murray said about our appreciation for your telling us the truth and giving us accurate information about what's going on we believe you do that that's.
"santa rosa" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Been sold at a Santa Rosa store your listening to live in local headlines on talk radio five sixty KSFO lottery officials say the ticket was sold at the super looking market on Sebastopol road the winner is remaining anonymous this super Latino market gets a cut of twenty five thousand dollars for selling the multi million dollar scratcher in a twenty four hours a twenty four hour McDonald's in Sacramento has been playing bagpipe music outside to drive the homeless away but the neighbors are not loving it this McDonald's a Broadway twenty fourth in Sacramento and it's been blasting music and for a while he just ran the Braveheart soundtrack twenty four seven seven recalling his weaponized music and they said it doesn't seem to be working as the homeless individuals are still frequenting the McDonnell and now the official weather forecast from the brother of our award winning staff meteorologist a cold front is moving through the bay area this morning bringing with it some rain and gusty winds down it's a quick mover that means we'll actually see click thanks guys later this afternoon with some cooler temperatures to follow I can't pictures they'll be in the low fifties along the coast mid fifties bayside it near sixty inland in for the staff meteorologist I'm the staff meteorologist meteorologist brother on talk radio five sixty KSFO all righty and taking a look at your traffic sponsored this time by the thirty second annual manufacturers R. V. show we are definitely experiencing some problems here this morning it's what out there and it's slick so please drive carefully reduce your speed the bit this morning and some of the late you might want to leave a little earlier than usual northbound one a one as you approach this is Keogh Avenue we have an accident here that is actually causing the back up and the slowing on the San Matteo bridge at this time on north found eighty seven this is a bottle of a parkway we have an accident here blocking the center line seventeen north this is that a drone drive an earlier crash as things flowing go pretty much from Scotts valley all the way through this area westbound eighty Buchanan street we have some standing water in the left lane and northbound one oh one at Holly street a stall taking up the right lane your bar right at this time is checking and problem free sponsored by the thirty second annual manufacturers R. V. show the largest indoor R. V. show on the west coast with over six hundred new and used RV's on display from over a dozen RV dealers indoors at the Alameda county fairgrounds in Pleasanton January eleventh through the twentieth.
"santa rosa" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Stocks I'm a lunatic I've always looked at rainfall totals like Santa Rosa gets dramatically more rain than San Francisco which gets dramatically more rain in San Jose well this leads me to my next question most natural question mark how's your doppler doing only Tuesday this is our feisty yeah that's right it is it is still still no need for medicinal enhance I understand yeah yeah yeah know how to dress wears last night well I didn't go as deep as coasted I mean he's got some set of stones on going as far as he did I went fairly deep I thank you it was hard it was hard to watch that game I just had it on in the background yes I do we say you might be better off right now that was tough I like those bay uniforms yeah okay that was something and then after the game here this bizarre news they waved marquees Chris yeah I did hear that yeah I thought he was pretty good I see one of the guys is like the seasonal take marquees Christmas yeah he's twenty two years old former lottery pick was a lot of potential there central there and he was on and the problem is is on a non guaranteed contracts so he was the only expendable guide to keep Damian Lee the only we had people we had a glass floating conspiracy theories of what was then we can I yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah we were going to do what are you going to do what you gonna do know Steph curry's happy I'm happy yeah I may get into like things like the Irishman we get steaks for the guy take care staff you know I mean I'm totally tells of stuff once Damien hang around and you know maybe it's were borough better on now do along that road that devoted to his brother in law yeah he's a family man like that yeah he preaches family values marquees Chris I was fine I read all the stories about his mom in Sacramento me too he's so young and drain mom was telling him dude you're so young and you have the future and funny on the on the pack it up yeah because you know he's from the Sacramento area right you think the come up then there's like a once he's gonna stay with Montana all I know I know I just see if your mom still has a reminder just super I don't mean to make fun of the guide always watch the she coming back after the game yeah so mean to refer to trying to something as a record yes some surprising move yes yes and have occurred in run well he's trying whatever you can do to wait these guys you know that he was like I'm not watching this anymore yeah there could be some of that makes them he's got one a couple of times as you wake up wake your A. OB wake the F. up because I'm out exact yeah yeah he was like I'm going to keep doing this until you run me yeah I work I need to go what does not not enough okay way too yeah okay now I'm gonna be honest throughout this whole run of success they've had an even this down year one of the most under rated charismatic moments of any given war your game is the potential that Steve Kerr get because I like a good Steve Kerr temper tantrum whether to snap on the grease board in half like I like it when he loses school as you can see a lot of here come the box on Wednesday yeah that's good for Simon now we have controversy with body to laugh when she sold number iPhones whether it on what what you're running says that it's raining but I know I mean maybe the business you know and and said it was clear now it's the it's rain changing on.
"santa rosa" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Talk back to your parents you pick your nose do you think that out of your mouth yeah in that hi you hit your brother or sister I mean I guess that's not something we do on a daily basis I want to do our Christmas because response about family okay why don't I think I'm gonna go with picking your nose it's not about yes okay in northern Spain that they've a famous Christmas character known as all in Santa Rosa according to legend he's an overweight man who wears a beret smokes a pipe and dresses like a farmer in every Christmas Eve he was rumored to walk around town and in order to teach people not to be gluttonous he would use his sickle again to attack any villagers that ate too much food on Christmas and die no that's not going to be a you know taken over here in the United half the population somebody wanted to hear grandma got run over by a reindeer so you can whenever you had them grandma got run over by a reindeer walking home from our house Christmas we you can say there's no such thing as Santa but as me and grab we bill that you're right that was the best thing for the shock on the question of the day I hate your font that's coming up in just a few minutes it's broken you will more.
"santa rosa" Discussed on KGO 810
"I had so many people want to talk you let me go to Melissa calling from Santa Rosa Melissa welcome to Kate thank you thank you John you know Pamela I'm so excited to I want to go to see your show I did know was on the radar and I happen to be shoved gonna celebrate my seventieth birthday yes we right now I'm so excited because I'm that's how I'm going to celebrate I'm gonna I'm gonna she knew that standard yeah and I'm a big fan of big mama shorten inches to roast of tarpon well you're gonna get a lot of that and and all those wonderful how did you get in the blues what what what provoked your interest when I was about I think seventeen sixteen and seventeen I wanted to folk music and true folk music my shorter discovering all these blues singers yeah yeah I mean it was just sort of a progression yeah US of discovery and music and because people borrowed it in there and get in the way of popular music they were borrowing a lot a lot of music from the blues singers and I want to find out who the original people were who sang those songs and I and I I I I current into Bessie Smith and got some of her albums it you know hello to pick a NASA would have that's exactly you know that's I think was you could have been telling my story that's exactly right you know I just met it was so funny I was a performing somewhere and I met Peter yarrow of Peter Paul and Mary Omar that I know and if your own he's still he's still a true activist believers eighty two years old he still sings great my god but he was also talking about that really rich time and they were all discovering it kind of went through dead and then they sort of found their way to Nina Simone on their way back even further to big mama Thornton and sister Rosetta Tharpe in Memphis Minnie and weren't revelations quite a revelation to discover the all this kind of mistake because I was raised in a very sterile environment just musically speaking I'm Lou classical music from popular music and everything but I didn't know all of that was out there that's so awesome that you you must so I want you to do me a favor when you go to this concert on a Honda you have to make sure you let Pamela rose know that your there yes and made okay may he be all gather to sing you happy dot so laying about would be really wonderful but just being there and hear you again is the would be a great birthday gifts help many happy returns and thank you just splendid splendid all right out again if you're interested we're gonna give away after a half hour after we take are necessary break we have two pairs of tickets and we will give them away as soon as Lynn gives me the contest line number I haven't committed to memory but let me remind you that there ARE tickets available and before we take the professionals say it's in Healdsburg yes and Healdsburg still exist they still standing strong there was a scary few weeks there for sure but because of the fact that a lot of people are not sure it's so strong there ARE tickets available yes and I'm gonna give you the contest I don't call it yet but goes to show you how Lynn is not only efficient at a great producer but.