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los Angeles - Soledad Fire containment increases to 48% as blaze burns 1,498 acres near Santa Clarita
"Been sparked by illegal fireworks has scored for about 1500 acres near the 14 Freeway in Santa Clarita. L. A County fire says the blaze is about 30% contained right now. Calling this fire the Soledad fire that broke out in the mid afternoon on Sunday and has been feeding off high temperatures and dry brush and chaperone. There've been evacuations as well for a handful of homes. The flames actually jumped the 14 freeway and a couple of spots, but firefighters have been able to keep it relatively under control, and right now no homes have been damaged and no injuries have been reported. And Oscar
Forward Progress On Soledad Fire Halted, Los Angeles County
"A brush friar that may have been sparked by illegal fireworks has scorched about 1500 acres near the 14 Freeway in Santa Clarita. The firefighters this morning say they have stopped the forward progress of the blaze. The Soledad fire as it's being called, broke out around 3 30 on Sunday afternoon and quickly took off, forcing evacuations of a handful of homes and shutting down the 14 for awhile. The flames jumped the freeway in a couple of spots, but the flare ups were quickly controlled, according to the county Fire Department. No homes have been damaged and no injuries reported. The cause of the fire is under investigation. But officials say they noted that illegal fireworks could still be seen going off in the area last night, even as crews battled the flames.
Los Angeles County Fire Crew Battling Soledad Fire, Which Officials Says Has Potential To Spread To 1,500 Acres
"Burning burning between between Santa Santa Clarita Clarita and Palmdale has scorched at least 400 acres Ko Phi Steve Gregory has let us live from the scene. And Michael the L. A County fire officials say it has the potential to explode the 1500 acres the only county Sheriff department says a mandatory evacuation is in place for residents from Agua Dulce de Rig Canyon Road to Briggs and Soledad Canyon Road to 14 Freeway. Red Cross is set up in evacuation center. The victory outreach parking lot in Palmdale. The North bound fourteen's closed at Soledad Canyon Road in the South bound fourteen's closed in Agua Dulce de Road and Cruz and bulldozers are cutting in containment line with water dropping helicopters attacking from the air Live in Santa Clarita, Steve Gregory King If I news,
"soledad" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Eighteen nest around twenty, five, twenty six, and he said he's his very first recipe resume. He had weapons, expert and explosives expert on his resume, but he was sending like HR, departments. Literally had no clues had how search for a job and here's a guy who was young, supremely talented, had been infiltrates, and so I think we need a better system and I think the media could actually tell a lot of those toys, some good some challenging, but I think that would be a better service than just telling the over the top. Failures of a system day after day after day. Well, it's kind like. Just thinking about it. I had a cousin although with my family, so it's hard to tell who's what is. So fragmented, but he was he he he was a radio operator. He had like the radio pack. When the big antenna and I remember when I was just thinking, thought fuck second of work when you come back to North Hollywood like you're carrying around a radio pack with an antenna on it, but there is no Gig in civilian life that has that application I understand. If you go into the service and you learn diesel. Engine repair there's a version that translates into this, but almost the Ford dealership call an airstrike striking. Here coronavirus! Thinking about this sort of as problematic, it's hugely problematic for these guys. And we we. Need to figure out how that transition happened. Better would be nice like as watching sixty minutes.
"soledad" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Said You know I didn't think that was enough. We've played. The Star spangled banner again second time though Jimi Hendrix version. And then I said okay. You know what this is a great crew. They've earned it. Let them play what they want. And that's Rick Ashli came in. That isn't exactly what comes over the speakers. The next thing I hear coming speakers on I want to just want good solid American rock. Sure it's not that I would identify as music, and I turn to the EXO and I get wide eyed for the first time two and a half weeks and I go exo, what the fuck is that? And he gets wide-eyed and tears out of there to go. Shut it off. WHAT THE CREW PICK! I Want American rock. They picked another great rocker kid rock the song. The Song American bad ass in other words up years Yemen share I. Love that. Wow, and so the ship then goes onto this incredible vessel that's made for taking distress ships. It then did your ship that they coal make it onto this thing completely. Tight fit. We got told twenty three miles. They caught us off to the side. Because the deepest partnership is actually that Dome UC at the very front end when Sonar Dome that we listened hunt for submarines I. It comes up and it came right onto the blocks, and it sat on the Keel and lifted us right out of the water and the Coles in commission today it is. She's getting ready in a few months here to go back to the Middle East and send a signal that we're back. What do we need to know about that region that we don't know what doesn't the news? Tell us what? What what? What some insights from someone! Who's been there the biggest signal you can send them. Is that a you've got the capability and the be that you're willing to use it, and if necessary I, don't care about sensitivities. I don't care about the human dynamic all that stuff. You gotta go over there with the mission that we're defending US interests, and if you interfere with them, we're GONNA. Make you pay a price how? Do you feel like that would be the case anywhere in the world, or is that particular way that region that you have to have that message very much particular in that region, but it's anywhere. You have to have the capability and a willingness to use it and lately. We seem to kind of well. Let's talk about it. Let's let's discuss what we're going to do. Let's try and get this you know. Get all these people in a in a bald combined. You know you can't do that well point we have to look out for our own interests and say don't cross well. I have this theory. which is this new enemy and their culture is? Different, maybe not so different than maybe the Japanese were in certain ways in World War Two but I've always said to people. These are folks that work on bravado and if they see you. That you could physically harm them, but you choose not to I. Think they look at that as a weakness like I feel like they. They. All, the threats that were never backed up. They looked at it as they're not GONNA do anything. They're soft. They're like they misread restraint because in their culture. If they could crush their neighbor, they would crush their neighbor, so you're sort of like. It's like a bad ass. Saying to a drunken guy look, this is a new shirt I. DON'T WANNA fight. I'm here with my family and that guy goes. You don't WanNA fight will. Now now now it's on meanwhile, the guys UFC champion he saying I don't WanNa fight, but the guys hearing. I'm a pussy. I'm scared and that culture has a ton of bravado and when you say to him, look, we don't WanNa. Do anything they're like. Oh really sees now we now it's on. Exactly right and they will push, and they will push back hard, and they will punch. Classic, example coal, what was the response? Nothing, right? We did nothing. It was an act of war. and yeah to administrations did nothing and eleven months later. What happens? We got punched in the face right, and that's why I think that particular culture and many others, but that particular culture understands the punch in the face, and that's why this whole were creating more terrorists because we're killing terrorists, I never thought that I thought were killing terrorists. Good enough for me absolutely. Absolutely not, and that's why you know. When I when I finished with Cole went to the Pentagon I was instrumental in Whoa. We stood up Guantanamo Bay where we had a place to bring these detainees, these terrorists and find out how they recruited trained equipped than conducted operations that when you learn how your enemy works, you target them. You nail him and you make him go away and we're losing that. The donor program may be working great, but every one of. Of, them we kill is not one of them. We can learn how they operate, and when we don't know how they operate, they're gonNA. Come back twice as hard next time. Well, what do you think I mean? What would be semi? You're educated guesses if if they're coming back how they would come back because they seem pretty well disrupted now to the lay person I think they're disrupted only in their large planning to pull off something on the scale like they did. Did on nine eleven I think is unheard of, but they've got the capability of doing a number of low level attacks whether it is with car, bombs or backpacks and disrupting the economy tear making I mean they're going to conduct classic terrorist operations, and they'll do it around the country, and I think that that's what makes people. Stay up at night worrying about how they're going to do it. How about the former Soviet Union and all the nuclear devices that are? A known as you know, suitcase bombs that are just unaccounted for I mean I hate the Soviet Union a lot more than other people do and other people should hate them I. Think get some sort of weird blue-eyed pass or something, but they've done a lot of God damn damage from Stalin, all the way through the Berlin Wall and beyond, and they have a lot of stuff out there that sort of unaccounted for then do real good job. Keep E, you know..
"soledad" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Time with our. Army, huge fan, by Wednesday's eight o'clock on the outdoor channel now good do cr Li army. Just first time for me here in studio. Cool little place you have here. This is really neat. Thanks I mean huge fan of here. It's kind of like a big man. Cave I want to get into the stuff I. I loved male call the older version of this show where you're just out firing. Most the things he wanted to fire most, but not all the things he wanted to fire and I. I wouldn't allowed to go to some of the places. I wanted to go so so we. We've got the new show, and it's called anytime and I run show I bright to show I. Produce The show direct the show I own damn show and I host the son of a gun. So you know I can do any damn thing. I want to on the show well in in the old. Formation of it in the middle of to use military ease. You? Out of it drives them drive tanks, he'd fire. You Know Bazookas and do a bunch of really cool stuff, but this one. You're taking it to a new level, so give gives an example something. We've always driven the tanks. We've flown the airplanes we shoot guns in my philosophy is if if you can't drive it flat or share? We blow the God damn thing plain simple. And My the people that are working with me. Agree with me one hundred percent because they don't. I like Obama. Does God goddamn generals? I fire him. That's the way it works. When did the whole thing so for you is is I. Mean being in Vietnam and being in the Marine Corps, and all that kind of stuff. I let's just work forward. Work from the back. The beginning work forty at your at military school. Because a judge ordered you after you've been arrested a few times. You're getting into trouble like when you're a teenager. Oh, yes. Yes judge recommended that I go to one. Any branch of the military gave my choice. He said I could go any branch, or he was gonNA. Put me where the sun never shines, and what I love Sunshine, so I ended up going at first of all want to join the navy, because my father was a squid, and so I went to join the navy they found. Found out that I had a little bit of a juvenile record I was a little bit of a hell raiser around town, and they didn't have anything to do with me so I as I was walking out of City Hall I noticed to stand up poster of his a cardboard cut out marine sergeant in dress, blues and I took a look and I'm farm boy. Boy From Kansas. I didn't even know what the marine. Corps was that stage in the game and I saw that and I thought well hell of A. They wear that kind of a uniform. They really couldn't work too damn hard. And my and I want to look into here you know. And I walked into the recruiter's office and he was sitting here with these certain. Said there was these feet put up on the table and he was reading a mad magazine in the immediately put. He's mad. Magazine down and ask you ask me. How many pull ups? Could I do jump up on your cell and do push pull ups. and. The Farm Hell throw bales a around all the time so I was a pretty wiry, strong little guy, so I jumped up there and crank out about fifteen, and he stopped me before I was finished and said you're hired. Here see the. There's so many parts of the story that would never probably happen today like you could sue the guy now. She told you to perform something like that in front of him, and then there'd be a big issue because the female couldn't do as many, and there'd be picketing all kinds of bullshit, and also the judge knowing that you need to discipline. He just knew you needed. The judges can't do that anymore. I know but see now. What what we would miss judge in school the school's. Or your parents are come down to Susa much. What happens now is the judge doesn't doesn't have that option, so he has to then send you. The Sun never charged was bullshit I would. How might what's wrong with the option? I'm there's many kids getting a little bit of trouble. That would much rather go in the military. The Oh. No, there should be A. School the military pipeline. Liberties. Union would have that for lunch, so you know as well as I do that I do, but here's what I don't understand. You're given an option. You're not forced to join the Army Navy Air Force and the Marines. It's that. So, one may say that's not much of an option but luck. We're talking to delinquent. There's a reason you're in front of me. I didn't just go your house while you're doing your trig. And Drag you off your your dining room table found us you found us, and now by the way there's nothing that kid needs more than discipline and a good father figure. A right, he needed a guy like you. The judge did Right Ryan. He gave me a choice I. Choose the Marine. Corps The Marine Corps boy did they wake me up? I was no longer a juvenile delinquent after I, finished boot camp, and and it squared my life away it straight me up, but you have to stop and understand the people that make the laws. The civil liberties type individuals. Don't like the military where the damn they do not like the military, so they don't want you to have that choice. Well the thing let's just look at it this way. They, don't. Home the promise that they don't like the discipline in the regimen, and whatever and they don't. They want everyone to think like a woman and become a woman, or for men and women to become sort of one young men need discipline, especially the ones that are getting in trouble. My boy. Shelby fine. He's not leaving the house without a stuffy in his huggy. He has neutered. Yes, I use the young men of this country. Shame on. Doing to yes, so what we do is the exact opposite of what we should do. which is the young seventeen sixteen eighteen year? Old Guy Male is getting into trouble, so we do try to build some sort of therapy plan. That's going to help. Get him out of trouble. It doesn't work. He needs you. Walking through the barracks. Banging on trash can with a wooden spoon at six. Am and call never went to Maggot and I. don't care what the. Psychologists say at is effective. Plan does work I mean my father. Bent me over his knee many times and perform couple punishment on my young behind and I That worked pretty good I thought, and I turned out just fine and my drill instructors occasionally landed one in my solar plexus and..
"soledad" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Which means you breastroke side choke? There's no butterfly and there's right. restyle style has to be clandestine. And not when we finished out of the three hundred, that were there the thirty that took a four of past Then then you go, then you went to a school. That I was in thirty second street because you gotTa have a rate at that time, the seals were a special unit, but you still had to have a rate in the navy, so he could go up and rank sent me. Me To storekeeper as school, which is like supply, I went through nine weeks of that, and then I went over to what they call buds, basic underwater demolition seal, training right, and that was twenty two weeks long where the elite army airborne is three weeks while the seals are twenty two weeks while and they break it into three phases, the first phase all physical. It's five weeks long. That's where they weed everybody out. There average class will start with one hundred and twenty five guys roughly in. You'll probably graduate twenty five year I. I'm guessing you're swimming. And and this is important. Thing I I. I don't know how quite to instill it. My son, my my daughter I. Don't worry much about. That part where you I played sports is is well that part where it hurts, it's painful. It sucks. It's hot or cold, or you're thirsty, or you're hungry or whatever and you just keep going, and if you want to be a real good swimmer, you gotta hit the water at six in the morning before class, and you gotta spend two three hours just going back and forth just just a monotonous left alone with your own thoughts. Sing in your mind while you're in the absolutely I'd be singing songs in my head right, and so so what's your? Rhythm swimming's very rhythmic right and football is to it as you know, and it's brutal and they didn't then like. Give you water back in the day. And the problem with kids today is everyone has an air conditioned house and a big screen TV and a whole xbox filled with games, and a computer filled with God. Knows what and I gotta be honest. If I had something waiting for me if I had a video game or you porn or If I had air conditioning waiting for me. It was just as hot inside my house as it was on the football field. It was just this Shitty at home. As it was wherever I was, so the deal was who who cares which outhouse you're in. You know what I mean. If my house had frosty air blowing in a sixty inch plasma somewhere around the middle of the two days in hell week, I probably would have won fuck this I'm going home I'm going to play some Nintendo so I don't know how to give kids that grit. We you know you take credit for it. But you didn't have much of a choice in in the sense that. GOING GONNA, go home to well. I had a great home life. You know, but to me, it's it's how kids today. The there's vitamin. D Did right now. Kids because they're not out in the sun enough right when I grew up I, went I lived two blocks from the Mississippi River. We're down the riverbank fishing. Climbing trees were doing all this outdoor stuff when I was a kid. Kids the only thing they're working. Thumbs rent. You know and I don't know how you break loose from that. My son's thirty one now. My daughter's twenty seven, so they had it I did the best I could I in fact I, but father son, outing for me and my son. I trained him like a seal. We I took him. No. I took them down to army surplus. Surplus. I outfitted him with web gear cameras. We paint up and go down the river patrol. I taught I. I bought a figures. Jody Aca Rubber Raft, and we rafting trips. We say paint up, you mean go Tamarine Karen Right, and of course I. I own for assault weapons so when I go out, and they're locked and loaded to baby because I never go out with. you go out with the Zodiac and all. Of The island spend the night setup security set up a perimeter. How old was your son? At the time? He was probably ten eleven. Did he dig? It loved it. Must have been like some kind of you must have been sort of crazed action hero for him well I. Don't know, but there was funny. The Guy that took care my lawn, one day, sauce and locking up and heading down, and he looked at my wife and said. Are you guys survivalists? And my wife Embarrassingly Says No. That's a father son. Outing here. And yet my son today. I and I'm so envious of in complete pacifist. Oh. He wouldn't fight and I'm so envious of him because I can't do that. somebody crosses me Price, but I'm so envious of my son. He's a great kid. He lives out here in La Sean. Penn's assistant for three years. Really Yeah can't believe he didn't get in a fistfight with that nut job. Well, you know I don't know Sean. Is Nut Nutjob Sean. SEAN GETS A bad rap. He seems he seems well. He gets a bad rap. Vo seems volatile, but I must confess that I'm ex. Exactly the same way which is I? Don't want any trouble, but the second somebody fucks with me yeah. I'm my son away. My son can laugh it off and walk away. I wonder the see some of it is based on. A sort of a confidence that comes from years of playing sports and years of training and for me years of boxing where I don't feel I'm not scared of people I should be could have guns or knives or better boxers than I am or whatever are Sumi. It's really probably a better by by the way you know. I did I can't do Fox anymore because they won't have me on. You know the big three blocks, but I will tell you. The funny story of I did Sean Hannity a couple years ago and I walked in there, and it was between. They.
"soledad" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Start at the beginning. Where where are you when you decide to? Enlist well. I was I. First of all I I was an athlete in high school I played football, and I was the swimming captain I, said a couple of school records Zozo, hundred butterfly, or in in swimming, that was predominant sport, but I also played football nothing in the spring, because in the spring men young men's is turned other things. To be an athlete and always been a passionate. About you. Know I was a high school and there's no professional swimming right, you know there are no swimming teams. We earn money, but you can in the navy about five hundred bucks a month to swim so I I. Actually my mother and father I have I come from a rare family. My mother and father are both World War Two veterans. Not many people can say their mom is. My mom was a nurse North Africa. Africa during World War Two and my father ended up with six or seven bronze battle stars in Europe. He was. He's fought North Africa Normandy the Remagen Bridge, the battle of the Bulge Anzio and went into Berlin and did when he enlisted at thirty six years of age. Wow, he got out at forty. What what did he do? He was with the I. Think the six ninety nine th tank destroyer unit under patent. Not and show up my brother. WHO's three years older than me? likewise went in the navy and was a navy seal so like all younger brothers. Until you reach a certain age, you always do what your older brother. Don Sir Natural. Follow that you do. So when I graduate when I graduated from high school I I was going to go to college. I got caught of in the double standard of college and here's what happened. I had a scholarship to the University of Northern Illinois Swim. But sent dekalb dekalb. Yes, I'll bell annoy and but I couldn't but I couldn't get faster admission ward. Swim into cow well, I don't know your morning pools. Adam pools the same way. They don't matter what town near. Barb wire over there pools of the same but but what happened to me, was this. A naturally go to the high school counselors and they say. What do you WanNa? Do I WanNa go to college? So they make you take these college courses, Physics Biology Advanced Algebra trig and all that, so I'm sitting in these classes. Would friends the today are PhD's factors right and I'm getting sees right. By well. The I could have taken Jim help I could've taken all these other. Bozo power so got all as right while the problem was, they required every out of state student to be in the upper third of your graduating class I because I took these difficult courses and fucked off a little bit. You know young kids share young guys I was only in the upper half right so I couldn't get by their admission board I couldn't get the scholarship, so you know. Know I got pissed off at that point a little bit, and and I just decided to hell with college, and then one day my brother had come back from Vietnam, and to show you bright me and my best friend. One of my best friends, were He. He told us don't go in the service. Stay out of this Vietnam right. Stay away from it. Because he had just returned, he'd been stationed in denying would right with an underwater demolition seal team and. My friend called me up. I'll never forget September tenth of nineteen sixty nine, and he said I'm going in the Navy I wanNA. Do what your brother does. I said, but didn't you listen to me? told us not to, and then he goes and I. Want you to come with me buddy program so the two of us. I says now wait a minute. I said okay. Go down there, but we ain't sign and nothing right. We'll go here what they gotta say. Sheet we go down there. They're like used cars. Their car sales there i. come home with an idea. I'm in the Navy while you know in the reserve. What they call them the hundred and Twenty Day delay program where you enlist, and they gave you hundred and twenty days to go have fun and by the Navy when you're managing or nineteen hundred twenty days feels like a lifetime. Oh, I mean yeah that that's that's why I was such a fuck up back there. told me. Anything was going to happen between now and one hundred twenty days I'd be like Shit. A meteoric could hit the planet before that I'm not gonNA study I'm not gonNA whatever. Whatever's I would've agreed to anything. And if gay porn had a hundred and twenty day wait, I would have signed up when. Something between now and then getting motorcycle accidents. And for you, Blink Your Eyes. We got enlisted, and all of a sudden I'm in, but the good thing about it was this I got an ID card, and we had a little army base there where we could now go out with this idea. Get in, and you can drink back then. It was a twenty one age age-limit share so I. Yeah, it was called the thirteenth artillery there by the Minneapolis Airport so so we'd go out and get tuned up out there if weekend before we left and yet and drink plus the drinks were cheap. Base so did now. Where did you do? Did you do your navy training? A Coronado was the training. We went to boot camp in San Diego. I graduated from BOOT camp. And of course you got a volunteer for seal training in Boot camp, which I did and I passed the what they call the screen test. It was interesting that. They probably have three companies guys in their three hundred guys in you've you're learning and BOOT camp? You learn all about all the facets of the navy then one day. You get this thing where these guys walk out these. In shape wearing marine greens, all start Shiny Cochran jumpsuits, and they come out and tell you well. We're here to teach you about the other facet of the Brown water navy, not the Bluewater I, we're we're the underwater demolition seal team and we're a volunteer unit. They talk about they showed us. A film called the men with green faces, because this was Vietnam and the visa used to call the seals, the green faces whereas of the Cami. We share. And so of course there were three hundred of us in there, and I'll never forget. When he got done with the presentation, he looked out, and he said okay. Anyone that wants to volunteer for underwater demolition seal training. Stay in your seat. He goes the rest to you. Get the fuck Outta here. Guys are running over themselves shared. Because they're joining the navy because they don't want to be in the army, they don't WanNa, be breezy. Want to be on the ship getting three hots and a COT share and And the Viet Cong not known for their ARMATA. Or their or their air force, he writes. Floating around and a battleship somewhere off the Gulf of Tonkin. You'RE NOT GONNA. Get fucked with you shouldn't be. Odds are very very limited so anyway out of the three hundred probably thirty guys state. And fifteen of 'em serious, the other fifteen, just breaking the monotony a boot camp. They give you a screen test of swimming. Push ups. Sit ups for count burpee in the mile run, but the key is they don't tell you what passing is. They want you. Put out data show. How many how fast? Do ask and. And in the end they just combine, say pass or fail while they after the swim. Half the guys are done which was no problem for me. I was a competitive swimmer. Then and you can only use an underwater recovery stroke, which means you breastroke side choke? There's no butterfly and there's right. restyle style has to be clandestine. And not when we finished out of the three hundred, that were there the thirty that took a.
"soledad" Discussed on Telescope: Life in the Time of Corona
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"soledad" Discussed on Telescope: Life in the Time of Corona
"How how how is that possible and no one's going to pay for that? How is that possible in American Soledad is talking about the murder? Brianna Taylor in her own home. Louisville police officers used a battering around to get in had a brief altercation with her boyfriend. And then shot her dead in her sleep. BRIANNA! George Floyd Cova. All this is making a lot of Americans. Ask themselves WHO's in charge. WHO's supposed to be the person protecting? US, and advocating for four, the regular people who don't want to be beaten up by the cops. Who Wanna get their jobs back. Who Don't WanNA catch Kuroda virus who don't want to get a massive bill if you do catch corona virus, who WanNa make sure like? Everyone should go back to work, but also no one should die. How do we figure that out? There's just no leadership. I think it's a protest against a leadership vacuum frankly. It seems to me that. We will get covert under control before we. Get Racism under control. But WHO's to say? There's no question. You're going to have a vaccine for coronavirus way before you figure out racism because people benefit from racism and I think you have a president, frankly who understands that flailing and fanning the flames of bigotry and racism. There's thirty nine percent of the population that really likes. It really really likes it. Last week trump announced he would be holding a rally in Tulsa on June nineteen, the first of its kind since a lot of America went on lockdown. For some that might not seem like a big deal, but today is June nineteenth. It's June teen a holiday that celebrates the end of slavery in America for a lot of black people. It's the real fourth of July. And the other Homa it was the site of a race riot in nineteen twenty one. White mobs slaughtered black residence. The records vary, but somewhere between fifty and three hundred people were killed more than a thousand homes and businesses were destroyed, and by the time I was all over the prosperous neighborhood of Greenwood. A kind of Black Wall Street was in flames. Trump's to have a rally on June teen, in Tulsa of all places caused an uproar. The man is a genius at marketing. Everybody was talking.
"soledad" Discussed on Telescope: Life in the Time of Corona
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"soledad" Discussed on Telescope: Life in the Time of Corona
"Today I'm interviewing. Longtime journalists sold at O'Brien about how the media narrative on police. Brutality is changing, and how our view of policing is evolving as a result. She's the host of matter-of-fact a talk show syndicated all over the country. In, she recently made a podcast with us here at called murder on the towpath. It set in one thousand, nine hundred sixty s Washington DC and it's about a black man accused of killing a white woman and the black woman who had become his lawyer. A lot of the story is all too relevant today. Soledad O'Brien has been a journalist for almost three decades long enough that she's not terribly surprised by much anymore, but recently a lot of twitter friends have been reaching out to her easily. Twenty people have sent me. Note saying I am a middle aged white guy, and I'm not Mr Law and order. But I always felt like. Listen if the cops are now. If! You're running from a crime scene. Yeah, probably did something. If the cops are raising you, you're probably did something and all of them said I just cannot believe what I'm saying. For years, black lives matter activists have been raising the alarm about police brutality. But in the last few weeks, that message has gone viral. A huge number of American started agreeing. Things are out of control. It's hard to watch the video of George Floyd's murderer and not see. How chillingly calm. The officer was. For almost nine minutes as he took Georgia's life. Since then protests have spread all fifty stays and videos of cops, arresting and assaulting people with little to no 'cause. They've spread just as fast. Officers in riot gear, have pepper sprayed protesters shot rubber bullets at them a lot of it on camera and I think the police in many cases have made their case about police brutality away that many people who didn't believe it was a thing. Now are horrified. Cops are supposed to protect and serve. It's right there in the motto. But not all of us get protection. Black people are seen as suspects. Even when it's their shop being looted, there was a really interesting story about a family in Van. Nuys I believe where it's a two minute and twenty second video. The reporter is there with them interviewing them looters going through their stores. This black family is. COP cars go by Stop Stop help us. Help us all on camera. The COP cars keep driving, but soon after they turn around. The family waves their arms in the air to flag him down. And they're relieved when the cops finally show up families like Oh my goodness, the cops are here. The cops proceed to arrest the black people who own the business. And let the lose go. Cameras are rolling. There's a Fox reporter in the scene and she tries to explain to cops that the black people they're handcuffing. Aren't the criminals, but they brushed her off. Breeze! Using your. Storage. Point all three of them that we're putting those handcuffs right now. I thought. And it was interesting because it was I thought. Wow, this is probably the. The most concise two minutes and twenty seconds. I don't think I could have told a story that well. I think it is understanding who the police are there to protect and Van Nuys Black families a perfect. They run up and the first thing they do is assess the situation and these black people couldn't be the owners they must be the suspect's. All of these pieces are. Are Not Individual in disconnected. They're all connected, and they're connected in a narrative around who gets the benefit of the doubt and who gets to be seen as someone who's guilty and who gets to be seen as someone who's inherently innocent. and. Then there's the video of two officers in buffalo in riot gear. They shove a seventy five year old protesters so hard. You can hear his skull crack as it hits the pavement. The elderly man was hospitalized with brain injury. The story really became. The police department put out a release that he fell when clearly you could watch the video and see he was pushed, and you could watch the blood leach out of his head, and onto the street, and you could even see police officers, some who bent down to help him kind of along by their colleagues videos like this one put a bias and violence on vivid display. But they also offer an furnished view of how some cops think it's us against them. COPS versus citizens, and that realization has galvanized a lot of Americans who maybe didn't see police brutality as a problem before this moment where people are like. This is insane. I actually agreed that. This seems to be open season. On black people. If they're jogging sleeping even if you think that there's a fabricated twenty dollar, Bill, or a Burger, who's? chastising the woman to keep her dog on the leash. At just opened a lot of people's eyes, so I think that's made. The marches become very multiracial, and that in turn has sort of opened people's eyes like this is an American problem so I think those videos are so powerful. Certainly they spread on social media, but they're covered in mainstream media because they really tell a better story than if you had five and a half minutes to scripts something. And they're also having an effect on journalists. Forcing media to tell a different narrative. How do you possibly? Look at what the releases Buffalo Police. Department says the man fell, and then you go back. You look at the video where he's literally pushed hard by an officer. You could see it. It's becoming clear that what we're living through is more than a political disagreement. It's another civil rights movement a moment of national reckoning. Black. People have long known. We don't enjoy the same rights as everyone else, but for a lot of white people. This is the moment to come to grips with that underlying inequality. Human Rights are absolute. They're not up for discussion. But that's the opposite of how black rights have been treated thus far. Not just by police, but also by the media. One reason for that is the longstanding rule in newsrooms that journalists are supposed to remain objective. We're supposed to just report the facts. Keep our opinions ourselves definitely don't tweet them but lately some journalists and particularly black journalists are calling that object. Sham. Objectively is bullshit I mean it always has been. It's it's much more of. Don't give away the idea that you have a position on this. If you're going to go, cover the story, but after the New York Times published an op Ed online called for the military to suppress protests, hundreds of times, journalists publicly spoke out. Nicole! Hannah Jones tweeted I'll probably get in trouble for those, but to not say something would be immoral. As a black woman as a journalist as an American. I'm deeply ashamed that.
"soledad" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"And then. Stuff happens. It doesn't work out and so really having a plan a UP. That didn't work out. Okay, Sandy up that in regard. Okay plans see like I actually think I'm quite good that I don't get stuck on my plans I can turn on a dime. Usually have prevented you. On the story, no time at all, but in life. Six hours of heavy crying and sadness and I'm like okay moving. We're good. And, so I think that. The idea of being able to see opportunity in. The next thing around the corner. I actually related like that, which is weird, because those two completely contradictory right one Hanley don't like uncertainty, but on the other hand. If I'm stuck with uncertainty I, think I can make it work. And then do you plan for contingencies like? Is that part of your preparation if You. Do you just just been enough places where you don't plan for contingency, but you plan four. Things wrong so You Plan for the plan not to work. You don't plan for another plan, but you plan for the first plan not to have so when you go in cover a hurricane for example. The you know it's not about the food you bring where the it literally is about plastic bags in rubber bands because you can do anything with plastic bags. It you can do a million things. You can store your food. You can put them in boots you can. rubberband current your feet. He drives me. There's not. Very Good at Dick's vapor, rub shoved up. Your nose means you can move around. Their dead bodies in the smell is overwhelming. Sticking mix up your nose is really good strategy for come getting through, but you know so. It's more like. I can plan to get through. Whatever's not working to get to the next plan? Well said and kind of the last little theme here is what is the hardest part of life for you? You are a successful articulate well educated. Rooted human that is pointing out and justice for long time and shining light on conditions that are in some cases unbearable so. So, what is the hardest part? Of. Employees for anybody, it's just hard to get an always in a day. No, it's I. Remember when my kids were very little and I'm very sympathetic to have small children during the coronavirus and. Stuff that's happened. Protests are happening now. Right it just when your kids are little. It's so much work now in her, very. Big. Little lies school to make the can hop online they can they help me online? They you know they're just super super helpful that I have a lot of friends whose kids are three and six, and that's hard. It's just very hard And so I think I think for anybody is just getting it all in in a way where you feel proud of all of it and I mean crowding certain work. You're doing at work, but also proud that you pulled Diderot. And proud that you had a good conversation with your. Proud that your house is disgusting dirty and messy and proud that you got the laundry done in proud that you got this other thing like that to me is kind of. That's the hardest part of Juggle in feeling good about pieces of it. You're actually talking about something that neuroscience would support, which is when you have a little win and I'm talking about the smallest like hey. I want to go for a run. Let me put my shoes next to the door. And then you look down in your shoes are next to the door, and you're like look at that on one step closer to my run tomorrow morning. That and you celebrate that that your brain lights up. You get this flood dope, the feel good chemical, so your strategies, actually well-grounded neuroscience, and so there's probably magic in there that you're tripping on. Hey, listen, I want to say thank you. For this conversation, thank you for me Nice to chat with you. At Working People find you. You've got some books. You've got some places where people can. Probably Online Social Media, I'm Soledad O'Brien at Solo Brian on everything and so yeah, definitely hit up on social media. Do you have a new project that people can look for. We are doing a documentary that looks at the role of Public Health for the most vulnerable looking at specifically the city of Seattle. And what happened when Corona Virus Outbreak happened. What did public health dude protect the most vulnerable that air? Probably I think the nineteen on all her stations, so that documentaries can Awesome congrats on everything, so thank you. Nice to see..
"soledad" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"And I heard it as You know that's that's just. What you really want to do, and the answer can't be. Were writing a check to this charity. We actually have to make I mean what people are saying. Wrap it around. One individuals. Hill! Systemic Change. It's like people are tired and they want a real change. The systems that somebody cannot on camera. Killer gone by sitting on his neck for eight and a half minutes. Right like that. That was a bridge too far for people because they saw it happen, they saw In so I think people I think people want to see real change. That allows that not to happen anymore, and also all the other fix that allows young justice, generally across a number of different categories, not just criminal justice, but justice in every which way who would ever think that. Even, if we're talking about a fraudulent twenty dollar bill, which of course, a lot of conversations have that didn't even happen right so. But like no sane person would arguable obviously execution. Execution is the right answer. No one would say. That's not even. You know! Anyway I. Don't know it just it's cheaper about. That's a powerful statement. Okay So you've been in the epicenter of really difficult conversations, experiences and tug on us the tug on US emotionally. How do you do with difficult emotions? What is your unique process? First of all I think a really good strategy in difficult conversations is being very blunt. His people don't expect it. I enjoy that I think is making a very blunt interviewer. Just go for the jugular because people don't. It's GonNa. Happen. And then I think like everybody else had good friends. you cocktails you try to you. Try to live a life in recognized seat. Kind of as we started our conversation. Things are pay are good in your story, and you're not in the middle of or quake SONANI No fire devastation that you have the luxury frankly of dropping in telling those stories in than and go right back to you nice comfortable house. You're nice, comfortable bed, and so then. You a witch, those people to do a good job right? If you're going to get to pop in and then go home, then you owe it to. Those people who who are gonNA. Stay in that situation where stop there, who this is their life story Owen to them to do a good job telling their story. Do, you have an introspective process something that you do to look within to understand how you're feeling and thinking like what is your process to understand your experience in? Venture in a talker so I think I of walked people. My husband would tell you that I will tell the story ten different ways. And how do you think and then I said this? What do you think about that and was this right? Was that right? You know so I think that a lot in. Part of it. I'm a big note taker. I think when processing something. I like to write down okay or the pros. You're the cons. Here's what I'd like. Here's what I here's. How thinking about this. Give it on the other hand. There's this and so I. I think for people who are list makers like me. That's how we think about issues. We really kind of divvy them up our heads that we can kind of visually lay NC where we are. and. How do you make decisions when you don't have all the information? Because that's something that leaders have to do? You never have all the information. You know I think I have a pretty good guts. One thing I decided when I started my company. was I just never ever? Ever Working People, I didn't let. Any one of luxuries you get is to be able to say. Oh, my goodness! No, thank you, we. Should and and My very very her sheets I. Did somebody who I did not like such a terrible miserable experience. I thought there's one thing you get. From being from running your own. You absolutely get to say I. Don't like you and we should not worked here. And that was great and so. That you can opt in to anybody WANNA. Work with some companies will pay well On. Things will pay nothing, but that at least everything you do, you'll be like you know what. I really wanted to work with that person, and that was a good experience, or that was an interesting experience, or even that was a challenging spirit, but it was never. got a hate that person but every day. I had to suck it up and walk through that door and do this throng. That I didn't want to do I just refused to do that. Think that has helped a lot to know that you know everything. I get to do I. Get into. A love it I mean that that is the definition of agency. It's the definition of self efficacy that you have an internal power to be able to be active agent in the quality of your life and so. You're living the life of freedom. And Your love the bluntness that you have your like just say what I see saving a feel, but then that's a little bit of a misguided. Approach because you think a lot. This is not callous in your approach direction. Gets ever shooting up the hit I think no, no, no! Yeah, but understanding, I, mean really to understand. You can say yes or no. You have a limited amount of time on this planet. Your days that can be filled with something. The things you want to do. And saying no those things that you really don't WanNa do as a note of those people who don't want to be around I often. We'll sell better small foundation. Cinderella's to college like sometimes you need to fire your friends. There's some people who are just bad for you. And you can like them. They can be really fun, and you can even love them. Sometimes it's. That you are not good for me, and so we are done where breaking up. Friend were dumb and you know that the telling young women like you don't actually have to. Work, sometimes or hang out with certain people. Sometimes you do some jobs do, but but something you actually get to say you know what I actually don't have to. And that's..
"soledad" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Has sixty eight degrees for me to have sixty four downtown is sixty nine I'm Steve coming now look at K. A. B. C. traffic ABC mental traffic right now in high heels ninety one east before the two forty one fire crews taken away the right lane stop and go traffic from imperial highway crash moving over to the right shoulder in Tarzana one a one south of Tampa this is a fender Bender on the right shoulder you're looking at a stack up from to painted canyons so mark five south before the four oh fine earlier multi car wreck has moved to the right shoulder still backing up pretty heavy though from San Fernando road south LA south LA on the one ten one ten north at gate earlier crash clear to the right shoulder you're looking at a backup from century that's one to north act gauge backing up from century in east LA on the five north out Olympics stalled out bust box truck in the center lane CHP is running a break you're looking at stop and go traffic from the seven ten Palmdale fourteen north franchise forest multi car wreck in the carpool lane look that I have a drive from Soledad canyon that's dependable traffic I'm Jacki low for him seven ninety cave shark bites with Clark the shark Hey it's rainy and I'm sitting here with my buddy Clark fielding a fielding lot that Clark what if I get into a car accident and I'm not totally at fault but I'm partially at fault do I still have a case yes you still have a case because California is a comparative negligence state which means it's not all or nothing what if police put you at fault in the traffic collision report the police are not perfect and they don't get everything right just because the police have put you at fault in the traffic collision report does not mean that you don't have a case if you're hurt in any kind of an accident you need to call my friend Clark fielding now for free advice you can column today at eight three three eighty eight shark that's eight three three eighty eight shark eight three three eighty eight shark or gonna Clark the shark law dot com that's Clark the shark law dot com you hear a knock on the door this child protective services.
"soledad" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Display that Soledad really really responding to this you can see just last couple of years I think you know like whoever you are like with you know like how you feel about what sort of politics in the world you can see things are getting louder and they're getting like mass urine cruder and you like look at reality television you look at how people interact with each other and it just feels like in our lifetimes is you know what but dial keeps going up and there's just more hostility in the air than there used to be as I think people just like leave Mister Rogers is like a glass of cold water that you know you say it doesn't have to be like this all the time I can actually you know even if I don't control the mass culture I can control what's going on like in my family and in my neighborhood and how I react to people and apps I think why it was so much interest in him and like with a renewed love for him the last couple of years so he's AM he's a pendulum swing that we hope will catch on bigger than just going to see him at the movies or reading about him in your book he's a pendulum swing that we're we hopefully will go and this of those pendulum swing with it not just because of like one big the popcorn bent but because lots of people decide to push to belittle the same direction you know service the more people just like take a moment to see as sort of like declines to you know sort of like a slowdown in like listen to their kids and stuff but we got we got we got right then yeah like that for the good do you think that show could exist today it was able to access that like it was this weird blue key thing that you know certainly got into public television and then you know Sir at just the right time when they had you know sort of like ours that needed to be filled and he had these gifts of a sort of like he would be a puppeteer and yet there you know like you wrote the music himself and he knew all these things he knew how to do a show but it's the United just the because like well there's nothing else without or dead air and so I don't think you could ever get that show on the air right now but I do think that somebody like him could come on and it was such a natural communicator he would find a medium and he would still find a way to connect with people any explanation on the name Mr McFeely so that is actually you know sometimes you will revive Rowan is like was that a double entendre we use a kids show the guy is really soft spoken in the mail man who comes in and talks to the kids from time to time as Mr McFeely it's one of those things like when you look at Michael Jackson in your like keep it in the closet maybe we should of thought about.
"soledad" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Fourteen through Soledad canyon and highway thirty three north of ohi mountain areas. Above seven thousand feet could get up to fourteen inches of snow. There's a boulder blocking a highway in Ohio actually has to be blown up the boulder ended up on highway one fifty yesterday after a mudslide in Cal. Trans says the hillside above the road there became so unstable. It's not even clear when that road can be opened again, it's on highway one fifty a measles. Outbreak has put doctors in California on alert. Dozens of cases of measles have popped up at least ten states and doctors are worried it could spread very very easy to get it. But almost everyone who becomes infected get sick. Dr Karen Smith is with the California Department of public health says the state only sees about twenty five cases of measles a year. But a large outbreak in Washington state has forced doctors to push people to get vaccinated not really is the only way to prevent measles. She says kids aren't the only ones who have to worry about measles. Either about twenty percent of people who get measles and up in the hospital. Monica Rix, KFI news. A state Senator says infants born without a typical male or female anatomy, should not immediately. Get genital reconstruction surgery. Senator Scott Weiner says in most cases, the government should not be telling medical professionals what procedures to perform. There are exceptions. And this is one of those exceptions. And just like we don't allow medical professionals to perform conversion therapy on children because it is extremely harmful for those kids. So we band wieners introduced legislation outlawing genital reconstructive surgery on intersex infants unless it's medically necessary. California would be the first state with such a ban. If the Bill passes police are pushing reward money to help find the killer of a nineteen year old man in Sylmar. Investigators say about one hundred people were at a house party at the time of the shooting in September. Julianna Jimenez says she wants to know why her brother Peter was targeted. What we want is just as all we want is Peter to know that we didn't stop fighting to know who killed him detective say.
"soledad" Discussed on KTOK
"One. So. This Trump beer is inspired a new generation of media lunacy. I think we can say a degree above the traditional levels of media lunacy. We've seen in the past insignificant. I don't mean to play down the degree of historical media lunacy. But this new era of media lunacy is is really something to. Whole me not in the most uncomplimentary terms possible. What do I mean? You may not have missed this story this week. But I'm gonna give it to you from a different angle this story in the media where this the media tried to have it two different ways this week. So the holiday season just past Christmas which just passed obviously you on December twenty fifth amazingly occurs every year at the same time. And the media decided they were going to put out a story. That's just the media, but Hollywood elitist like, listen Milano, and you know, left wing acolytes who just, you know, a love to genuflect in front of liberal ideology. A bunch of them out there. Soledad O'Brien being one of them NBC news. It's hard to take a shot at President Trump right before the holidays for being allegedly the first president to visit troops in a war zone around Christmas time. Now, these these folks really aren't that bright all the time. Now, you would think they would have waited until after the holiday season was over to tweet something like that, Mr. producer, right? Just from a common sense perspective. I don't mean to put you on the spot. But you're a media person your reputation, you'd think matters facts journalism that kind of thing, right? You make you right. Mr call. I'm good with that. Right. If you're gonna make an allegation that President Trump is going to be the first president to not visit troops during this holiday season in a war zone. What you and this is not a.
"soledad" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Are veterans throughout American history on eleven eleven. So yeah, it becomes a Monday holiday. Hopefully, we don't just think well today to have a sale or something. There's actually a lot more behind that mount Soledad Memorial Association doing what they do. So well especial today up at the mount Soledad Veterans Memorial. Phil Kendra is on under Newsline landfill. But talk about a great day to day. And in spite of the fact, we've got fires and all the other a high level of concern and so forth. But crystal clear today, stay hydrated. That's a good rule of thumb you get up there. But but tell us what's going on today. And and you know, the time and probably a good time to start heading up there. Now, I would guess soon. Yeah. Good morning. Mark, man. You got me pumped up with all Neil diamond this morning. I'm at right now. Doing the chores your local. Yeah. And we're just really excited to have another great Veterans Day than up here from two to three PM honoring Dan Dailey. It was a double medal of honor recipient sergeant major in the Marine Corps and actually almost one era received a third award. But they thought that was a little bit too much at three miles of honor. But we're really fortunate got the rink where station Miramar commanding officer. Colonel Charles Dockery's coming out. Yeah. Really, great guy marine band, San Diego. Obviously some awesome. It we've got a Greek flyover. So I know how you like a fly. And luckily, we've letter for our file on that flyover am is not on my memo. Well, you know, there's always some backseats that are open. San Diego's mouthful out or an airplane with me. You had me wing walking. When I flew with us at normal. You know, what only you know, you have to you have to pay a little bit extra. If you want actually say. The concept. I got the bugs out there was a few weeks ago. The bugs just came out on Sunday. We're really fortunate that, you know, we've got parking at the mount sold at Presbyterian church. We've got a free shuttle service with old town trolley. So that way, you don't have to walk all the way from Pacific beach to the top of the hill. And we expect for people to get our ask for people get early because we do expect a full crowd up here. But it's absolutely gorgeous. Make sure you do drink your water. Appreciate state, stay hydrated, and definitely some sunscreen. I gotta put now the mount Soledad memorial, obviously has not been without controversy. People hear about it. If they'd been around San Diego for any amount of time, they think about oh, yeah. Back to the courts. And you know, keeping as it is where it is as it's been since the nineteen fifties. But there's been a cross up there for a long time. Many many decades the good news is in the last couple of years that was that was locked in stone. If you will in terms of keeping it as it is where it is. So even though I think there's another case that came up elsewhere in the country this week that sounded kind of similar, but as far as the mount Soledad location is concerned that is settled, that's that's a done deal. Yeah. That's settled September two thousand sixteen. We actually finally had the lawsuit was thrown out because it is a private property. Now, you know, the city does have the property around the memorial. But the moment you step onto the moral. That's actually a privately owned by the NOP soda association because of so many people doing the right thing fighting the fight for us and helping us out. They were very fortunate to have this up here the battle that's going on Maryland right now, I believe that unfortunately is on either city or a state property. And so, unfortunately, I know that they're going to be trying to do the good fight over there for that memorial to so remind our listeners just how that works with all the memorials do the entire display up. There has expanded tremendously. It is a wonder to just go up there. Another look at the scenery and contemplate those who have served or given. They're all I mean, there's an interesting mix of no, it's not all just Christians up. There is all kinds of faiths and no face and everything else just people who really step up and then stand up for America. So if people wanna. To be part of that. Because there is room to put some tributes up there. How does that work, and I was the honor process go through? I appreciate ask them. Are you know, one of the things is we are the only living and deceased mother on the United States veteran. So your loved ones are veteran yourself. You don't have to actually passed away to put yourself up on the moral. We've gotten almost actually over five thousand granite plaques now up here that are Dorning this site, and you know, it's actually really easy on DVD to fourteen which basically shows that you served in the military or even some folks sometimes because it might have circuit World War One or World War Two..
"soledad" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Mobile home park Soledad canyon road for, a car theft suspect suspect was being chased by deputies when he crashed into several vehicles east of golden oak road at least one person has been taken to, the, hospital from that crash and, the suspect managed to get out and run into the mobile home park we'll keep. You updated with the latest right here at KNX and three seventeen our hearts sticky some are forecast to move into a warm sticky autumn government meteorologists have a. New long-term prediction out there calling, for above average temps along with above average rainfall for the. South west into December Dan Collins national, weather service tells, KNX after, that's an old friend could be back El, Nino, is most likely. To develop during the autumn season going into winter the, result of development is a tilt in the chances of precipitation for California towards about normal however there's often lots of variability. Around the forecast and so there. Is certainly a possibility That you wouldn't. Get above normal in an El Nino season was a couple of winters ago when a predicted monster El Nino turned out to be a total dud. Delivered us drought conditions so stay tuned we'll see what happens Senate Democrats have filed freedom of. Information act requests to try to force the Trump administration to. Hand over documents about supreme court nominee Brett. Cavanaugh Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer agrees that this is an unprecedented move Republican obstruction requires. An extraordinary, response and that's why we are making this foia request documents cover the. Time Kavanagh spent as counsel and staff secretary to President George W Bush three. Nineteen if you're into movie and car collectibles circle tomorrow morning right around eight AM on that. Calendar, to say the late car customize with a. K. George barris was brilliant is true He. Was a bit of a pack rat definitely true after nearly three years since he. Passed away at the age of eighty nine those, collectible items are now. For sale Dan. Jordan is with the. Again l. a. estate sales company tremendous amount of Hollywood and entertainment related magazines going back through the decades and they all reflect. Georgia's clients because what he would. Do is he worked with share anytime he was. In the grocery store wherever he, saw anything was share he bought it and he has, massive massive amounts on all these specific celebrities that he worked with, which is.
Russell Crowe's ''Art of Divorce'' Auction
"Military should be allowed to be in a position to where the us can be effective in the way response when life hands you lemons sell lemonade actor russell crowe held what he called a divorce auction yesterday sotheby's australia put up over two hundred items of movie memorabilia crow acquired during his nine year marriage to ex wife danielle spencer a replica roman chariot from his oscar winning movie gladiator sold for nearly fifty thousand dollars despite early estimates that it was just worth seventy seven hundred the body armor worn by the actor in the film sold for about seventy four thousand crow and spencer announced their split in two thousand twelve traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center we've got a stall in mission viejo on the five phobos here on the southbound side of the five it's going to be pretty much right atla pause road the middle lane blocked fedex backing getting through anaheim hills he spent anyone from imperial all the way at the main street you got the best off often on block you super trains until about noon getting into the industry area eastbound sixty between fairway and break into rightlane work here until about five tomorrow morning and if you're making the right into vasquez rocks and the fourteen freeway northbound set our a canyon road there's a car fire in the right lane traffic is slow from soledad canyon kfi in the sky helps get you there faster i'm jalen.