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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Wall Street, the Dow was down more than five hundred points. Down four sixty right now tech stocks are leading see where this ends up in the next ninety minutes before before Wall Street closes for the day on this short week, which is usually pretty good. Usually this short week of thanksgiving is good in terms of terms of stock prices. But also keeping an eye on the weather, obviously, we are expecting some some amount of rain late tomorrow night into thanksgiving morning, which could be some problems. There's a significant amount of rain that's expected up in northern California at the scene of the campfire up there. But some good news. We have seen some people be able to move back into areas of the Wolsey fire. Now, the word ninety six percent containment. I think it is in terms of making sure that that fire is soon completely surreal areas that are beginning to recover. However. Now, they have to prepare for the possibility of mudslides with a number of sandbag distribution centers opening in LA and Ventura County Chris Carlo is covering this for us. And joins us. Now. People getting ready for this filling up the sandbags there. Exactly, right. It's you know, it's kind of funny. I was thinking about it yesterday as I was standing next to a big huge pilots, and it was kind of like the water cooler of an office because you would have people from all around the community coming to fill up those sandbags and then sharing their stories amongst each other as to what happened. Hayes your house still there. Hey, how's your family doing and then passing along any kind of rumor that they've heard along the way? And it was just a fascinating experience to be a part of and on top of that you have people that are coping with incredible loss in doing. So in in unique ways, some of them just going down there and filling up sandbags for other people because of the fact that they don't really have much of a property left there to to save. There was one woman who I talked to off tape and actually have lost her house, and she was just talking about how. I'm gonna fill up as many as I can. Because what else is there to do at this point? So that's that's part of what's going on. I think it's next to each of the fire stations. They're dumping out the big piles of sand. They're in the affected area. Stretching from Malibu all the way back up to a Bora hills and then back back into Ventura County. And so people are preparing right now because obviously rain is in the forecast. Now officials that I've talked to you they say prepare, but you know off tape. They're also kind of saying I don't know if there's going to be quite enough rain to trigger a slide. But we've got to be wary about these things especially in a place like Malibu, especially, you know, all these canyon roads, connecting the one on one on down to PCH interest, gravity will do what gravity does combined with the lack of plant life and that that's the concern right now. And we learned I mean earlier this year when the slides hit montecito after the the the Thomas fire that we can't just assume that the. The ground is going to be able to handle it anytime they point out specific areas like little sycamore canyon where fate. Oh, no. I mean, even if we don't get a whole lot of rain, it doesn't take much to cause some amount of mudslide, which then as we know can get worse and worse as it comes down the hill. I mean, there are so many factors. You're right on there. Gary there are so many factors that go into play depending on where you're at. And so generally speaking, they look at a half inch per hour of rain is being the threshold to create the conditions for a slide in most cases, but there are other areas where it could be far less rain that could cause a slide in the reason for that is the steepness of the slope or perhaps the the combination of soils that exists there and could also have to deal with the history. And that's one big thing that that officials have been looking at is the history of slides fraut this entire burn area because places that have slid before are more likely to slide again, and you saw what happened. I have what was it a year and a half two years ago up on on the one where you had Big Sur basically disconnected from civilization for while. It was like six months seven months before they can get a road built for their again and a very similar sort of situation for. A lot of Malibu where the road is right up against the mountains. And it's so steep there that if there's a slide and people are going to be disconnected for a long long time. And that was an anxiety that we share a lot of people that I talked to as they're filling up those sandbags pay we could be on our own here for a little bit. Hey, congratulations, by the way. You know, the eagles lost this week. I don't know if that's how the the eagles. Your mind. He hasn't even been the baby. We old now guys. Thank you very much. It is it is an exciting time and asleep list time, and I was going to ask. You sound like you're making sense. I I am surprised at how much sense on making right now it helps to have in laws in town kind of helping with with the with the baby. It also helps to have a second child, and you actually know what you're doing. Whereas with the the the first kid just kinda stared at her like three o'clock in the morning trying to be like, hey, baby. Stop crying crying. Are you wearing pants? Oh, we have to do a quick pants. Gasp pants. Pants pants pants. All right credit. No, you gotta say hands. Pants on. Yeah. If you're not wearing pants. That's fine. There's no shame in that game. Baby. I don't think he's very, Pat. Thank.

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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Friday night. Warmest temperatures Friday and Saturday with a coast and the valleys both in the low eighties wins could here fifty miles an hour in the wind-prone, canyons and passions. We should settle Saturday and return Sunday into Monday. This is Fritz Coleman with NBC four news. We lead local from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Erin vendor. AM six forty. It's Conway show, man. I'm looking at this Newbury park fire. It looks like explosions out there are ups if this thing gas tank or something, but you you look around looking at the the shot on the left. What would be I mean by all accounts, kind of that usual nighttime fire line for most of it? And then you've got this this this spreading kind of front that is like you said it's exploding. And I don't know if there are. Maybe some infrastructure in that area that it's hitting or if it's just some very very dry brush and this fire has jumped the one oh one the one on one. I believe is still closed. Yeah. One one is still closed between. Well, I don't know if eight Martinez has a minute to join us here for details on the one on one closure. I think she might be doing something else. But it's it's between. Let's see let me just make sure. Yeah. Borchert road in Newbury park to pleasant valley road in Camarillo springs. Hi, Jane wells, who is on with us all the time her she's on CNBC doing great reports out their lives out in that area. And without giving her exact address, she joins us. Jane wells. Thanks for coming on how close to the fire. Are you right now? I'm probably about three quarters of a mile. Well, no, the winds are blowing it the other way. Now, it got about probably a half mile away. My house is up against this fire started out here in the middle of a very very popular nature park. Rob with park where they're all kinds of trails and on weekends. You'll have hundreds of people hiking through here. And there is a water treatment plant down. He kind of in the back. That's where this fire started. There's a campground back there. So it's very popular in my home is spent. Right. But word sort of the eastern side, if you look at the richer flame, we're on the eastern side of that right now. And for now the flames are moving towards Phil choice arrest in the south. It's very very windy here. But I can hear the wind from from here. It sounds like it's forty forty five mile an hour gusts. It is pretty gusty. I mean, I yeah. It's and it's been that way all night. I mean, I can see like blame for where I am. And I can see the glow of the flame on the other side of the rich the one zero one freeway on the north and south. I'm on the the north side of the freeway. So this is where the fire started, and it has moved rest and south. But it's still I mean, it's it's still kind of not that far. Whereas I still see the ridge and the glow pretty close by going down to Santa Rosa road. Well, if you've been there for twenty six years, then you remember probably a decade ago. When that when there was a fire that burned all the way to the ocean that was not right in that did not start right in this park. But yeah, it was over that sycamore canyon way. And of course, there was a there was another fire here maybe about twenty years ago, but I felt very lucky than twenty-six years. We've been here, you know, every every time this year, I'm out covering these fires. You know? I always to give people a sort of the, you know, the bearings on. Not exactly what street you live on. But are you anywhere close to the Wendy's exit Wendy exit? No that would be further west from where I am. I see. Okay. I'm I'm closer to where the fire started. And you know, we're all we have a big firebreaks here. They come through every year, and you know, more down and. We've all done a lot to like, I don't have any grass succulents in the backyard in a pool to do it. You can and but these wins man, this is something else for people that don't know where there's a lot of people listening right now, perhaps a live in Orange County or anywhere in the United States with our with our podcast in our streaming. How far from the border line grill is this fire currently. Currently probably four miles. Yeah. It's cam. It's I can't even begin to describe what it's like to live in Thousand Oaks today, especially for somebody who's been living there as long as you have you know, a ton of people out there. Yeah. And you know, when I was driving back towards home from work today. It looked at first the way the wanna one curves at the fire might be close to the border line bar and grill. And I thought you've gotta be kidding me. But then as I came around on the one I could see with Ono it's closer to my house. And then that was a whole other different starting. Gotta be kidding. Have you ever have you ever been to the border line, barring grow I have? And what's interesting is my husband pointed out to me it used to be a Charlie Brown steakhouse way back in the day. And when we first moved to our first house one thousand thirty years ago, it's the first place we went to have dinner with their oh my God. I remember I remember Charlie Brown's was a chain because there's another one in in in Woodland Hills on Ventura boulevard right near Taft high school. Well, it is no more. But you know, I have to say Erin was talking about these evacuations between valley, circle and Linda canyon. Yeah. This is Jerry. That's okay. Tareq that's getting into almost Northridge. I mean, that's that. That's a big area because you've got the potential threat to some of the homes in the hidden hills area. L A county fire is working with Ventura County. Fire because there's fire in bell canyon is right on the line west.

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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Traffic from the helpful socal Honda traffic center. Bender just mentioned that it is still closed that northbound side, they'll divert you off the freeway at the Moorpark freeway. That's how we Twenty-three if you're travelling southbound they'll send you off at Louis street. A lot of people taking those two roads to work their way to the one eighteen and there's still traffic up there. But things are really starting to thin out. I'm looking at the one eighteen right now, and it's looking much better. But we're still seeing some pretty bad delays between the twenty three and I'm just past highway thirty four which is Louis road. So I just know it's going to take a little extra time using all of these alternate routes, another tough spot is Pacific Coast Highway northbound slowing out of west Malibu away from Mulholland as you continue towards point Mugu. It opens up right around sycamore canyon KFI in the sky helps get you there faster Angel Martinez electrical problems at home. Call Xpress electrical services. Eight six six three eight three seventy seven seventeen. And update to that fire burning between seamy valley and Chatsworth. Mandatory evacuation orders have been issued in the hidden hills area. That's people living north of the one on one from valley circle boulevard to lend Darrow canyon road. An evacuation center will be set up that will be announced soon, but the mandatory evacuation orders have been issued for the hidden hills area. That's people living north of the one on one from valley circle boulevard to lend Darrow canyon road..

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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on /Film Daily

"We took it out this past weekend to a place called sycamore canyon out here in LA. It's like a forty minute drive from Hollywood sort of out in the middle of nowhere open fields where there aren't any power lines or people to bother, and you get some cool vistas and and mountains in the background and. Stuff like that. So we just tested it out this past weekend, so I'm happy with it. I'm looking forward to taking it out on our international adventure and seeing what kind of footage comes back. So I'm very excited about that. And we're planning fingers crossed. We might be able to go to Skellig Michael, which is where they filmed the Octo scenes from the Star Wars movies the most recent to Star Wars saga films. So man, I mean, I am dreaming about the drone footage we could get out there if the signal holds true and it doesn't just fly off into the sea. So we'll see what happens if we're able to actually make that pilgrimage out there, that would be pretty awesome. Chris, you have been on vacation recently. Where did you go? How is your vacation? It was good. I, I needed it. I basically haven't had a real vacation in over a year, and I really haven't had had a day off over year because even on the weekends, I'm working on. Freelance stuff and stuff like that. So it was nice to just, you know, have a week off. We went to a brigantine New Jersey, which is part of the jersey shore. And why like about brigantine is unlike other destinations in the jersey shore, it's very quiet. It's basically like a retirement community with a beach, and that's perfect for me because I am an old man at heart even though I'm somewhat young. So my wife and I just basically did nothing. We went to the beach. We read books, we watch TV, and that's it. It was great. It was great to do nothing for a full week and it went by way too quick, but that's the way it goes. So what was your favorite activity or meal or in any particular highlight from the trip, it's just nice to just be down there and not be at our house, which is like a dump. Like like it's fine when I'm here, but when I go away too much, nicer place, it's like, oh, this reminds me my place is a dump. So it was nice as get away and we, we can bring the, we bring our dogs with us and we go at night. We just walk on the beach with the dogs, and there's no one around and it's nice and quiet, and that's all I really care about. I need peace and quiet. That's all I'm looking for. I don't need to have wild wild and crazy adventures anymore. That sounds pretty glorious HD on the opposite end of the spectrum. Well, Chris was basically just lounging around not doing much you seem to have had a pretty jam packed past few days. What have you been up to a have had no peace and quiet for the past, the weakened a half. But I don't mind because I have had kind of a whirlwind weekend weekend with the weekend because it's was both work related and also entertainment related and something that I've been looking forward to for a while I on Saturday, I went to see Hamill. Tune which I had been looking forward to ever since. You know, the buzz are started around it be three years ago, and I finally got to see it at the Kennedy Center in DC and it was spectacular. Had such great time. I, I was a little tense watching it though because I think I was just looks at it to see all my favorite songs from the album come to life that I'll just like pay attention really intensely and was able to relax into it. Kinda wanna see it again just so I can enjoy the music enjoy for the performance, but it was so fun. It was worth well worth the wait. And I just I'm so happy if I've got to see it. You know. Oh, yeah, even though it's quite pricey, but as you do for a Hamilton ticket for sure. So I, I had the opposite experience when when I saw Hamilton, I didn't listen to the soundtrack beforehand, so I went and completely cold. And then of course, just fell in love with it and have been listening to the soundtrack pretty much nonstop since then..

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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"Scars across the lush mountainsides. Even when it's for their own protection. So rob hazard and other county firefighters are tasked with a losing battle fighting nature and civilization without control over either one, a lot of our discussions revolve around while community planning at really where we need to be tackling this, we need to plan our communities better. We need to build our houses more durable and resilient and resistant to combustion. We need to stop building in the in the wild lands. But the sad truth is, is that we've already built out our communities and we're only adding to them as those communities grow and spread inland. They've gotten closer to what used to be considered wilderness. Now, what's called the wildland urban interface researchers expect that a million new houses will be built in those high fire hazard areas of California in the coming decades as urban populations have moved closer to the wild lands. We get a whole new generation of people who are familiar. With the risks inherent with living next to the wild lands in southern California actually statewide. Now, the reality is there there really isn't a wilderness in southern California, e anywhere in the state of California. We can have a fire start in wilderness area and be in the back door of a major metropolitan area in four or five hours. At the same time, communities are encroaching on what used to be wild lands. Climate change is making wildfires more frequent and intense. It's a dangerous mix, but the way we live through fire has stayed remarkably the same when a community burns local authorities rushed to issue new building permits California in the grips of a housing crisis that has only intensified since the nineteen seventies it can seem crazy or not to rebuild houses. Even though the threat of fire is now year round. There is no fire season anymore. My grandmother died in one thousand nine hundred nine and my dad moved into the montecito house in two thousand eight thirty. One years after the sycamore canyon fire the house was threatened. Once again, this fire called the tea fire was eerily similar to the fire that had burned their house down all those years ago to sympton really fast. And it took out a similar number of houses and it was quite nearby and very scary. It was like a hundred yards nearby. Will. It burned a hope into houses on the next street. A block over and smoke was swirling in and they were immersed in the air and we should have gotten out earlier. Hill, we're completely surrounded by plains feed. Feed these flames are innocent of the tea fire destroyed, two hundred ten homes in my dad's neighborhood, his house survived and despite the near miss again, he chose to say the constant threat had made him somewhat blase like a lot of people in the community when another fire sparked in the Santa Barbara hills, just six months later, the, hey, sue, Sita fire. He didn't worry at all sure you could see flames in the hills from his house, but they were too canyons over and everything that could burn between him and the fire had already burned anyway. But just this past year, something happened that made people feel a new sense of danger. I, there was another fire until very recently, the largest in California history and the day's other news. Thousands of firefighters in southern California are racing against the clock to prevent a massive wildfire from spreading to nearby neighborhoods, the Thomas fire burned through nearly a thousand homes and cities to the south before the wind. Moved north to montecito overnight in the foothills residents watched the blaze in awe and horror. We have a great on the morning of December, sixteenth 2017. The fire was raging five blocks away from my dad's house. It got so close that at one point, the satellite heat map showed the fire perimeter completely covering his house. It looked like it was gone. And I'd never seen all of the mountains behind a burn like that. They were. They were completely denuded the, they've looked like desert mountains that don't have anything growing on them. A shocking thing to see for so large, an area home.

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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"Oh, a plant community characterized by scrubby brush and the neighborhoods are lined with fragrant eucalyptus, but modestly. Those beautiful landscape is also what makes the community especially vulnerable to wildfire. The native shopper l. covering the hills is drought and relatively fire resistant for the first twenty years or so of its life. But then it dries out. Out into rich fire fuel. Then there's the invasive eucalyptus trees. Their shaggy, bark and flammable oils make them burst into fireballs as they heat up during a wildfire. They look like matchsticks when they catch and pieces of their bark fly off to start other blazes nearby. The slender canyons that sit below the hilltops of montecito are cozy, little spaces where that fire can easily take hold, which it does when the town so-called sundown, her winds blow hot dry air from the desert up over the mountains. And through the canyons, the region endures a major fire once every ten years or so. The year, my dad and grandmother moved to montecito in nineteen sixty four. A wildfire called the Coyote fire scorched sixty seven thousand acres just north of them. It burned one hundred six homes and killed one firefighter. My dad says he doesn't remember it. For this landscape buyer is predictable anti the is inevitable and coupled with a multi year drought, it's becoming unmanageable. We had no idea that fires were going to increase insights and frequency like they have. Maybe it's like the frog and the putt slowly coming to a boil. It's just. Getting worse slowly. For decades, my dad and grandmother, and the other residents of montecito exhibited a kind of stubborn pioneer streak that characterizes a lot of Californians after fires, they'd rebuild and continue with their lives. My grandmother had been driven from her home in Texas by the drought in the thirties that since so many dust bowl refugees fleeing for a better life. So what was a little fire kind of optimism is getting harder to sustain as far as become more frequent and more intense and as communities or force to reckon with rebuilding again. And again, and again where reevaluating, hey, how are we going to deal with this? Rob hazard is the deputy fire marshal for Santa Barbara county, and a fifth generation Santa Barbara resident. We are entering a new time when because of the weather and the impacts of climate change long term extended drought that fires have reached a new level of intensity that's causing us to have to change our tactics or strategies, and we're stretched to the Limbaugh. All of our resources. Thirteen years after my dad arrived in montecito he and my grandmother faced their first close call with wildfire. The sycamore canyon fire it was July twenty six nineteen seventy seven young man flew his box kite into a power line on a warm summer evening, causing a spark which turned into a fire, the sundown, her winds pushed the growing blazin to my dad and grandmothers dense neighborhood, which had only just been built in the early sixties. They evacuated occur full of quickly gathered woman toes and the clothes on our back. And we drove out and next morning came back and the house was gone. The house had burned completely from the roof down to the foundation defend. Bachchan was fine. In fact, the Tim was left standing in the chimney was fun. One hundred ninety five houses burned in the fire. Many of them like my dad's had roofs made of wood shingles with cozy air gaps in between perfect for flying embers to catch. Condoling on top of houses the county fire marshal at the time reported watching wood shingles, lift off of one burning house, fly through the air and land on another house with a wood shingle roof. He called it a wood roof conflagration. And was there ever any question that grandmother wanted to rebuild Dermot set just to given we'll she had fired shirts and rebuilding the house was covered and she had a job working for the schools in town and I don't. I don't think there was much question about it. If there's an upside to destructive wildfires, it's that they give a community that chance for a design do over towns, have a rare opportunity to modify the landscape and rebuild houses in ways that make them more resistant to disasters in the future. Through the fifties and sixties montecito made a handful of changes to prepare for future fires..

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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KSRO

"George thanks Gerald I live in Sedona which has to. Counties within it were part yavapai county and part, Coconino county so when I asked for some statistics that. Saddam. I. Hope that doesn't skew any of. Your computations there okay yeah Papa? Is three hundred seventy. One. And what was. The other county Coconino county Amina, okay, okay I got. It, they, hit eighty seven What are the. Basic. Types of sightings. You get I don't Mason in front of me I just have a? Raw counts Do you happen to know if Sedona stands, out because I don't know. Cheryl if you've been. To Sedona but it's sort of. Spiritual. There's a UFO vibe they're the sightings back that up okay. I get a lot of. Hate mail from Sedona as well The reason? Is is that I the mail I get says? Well we see fifty at night here but nobody nobody reports and I my argument. Is I can't count. Them if I if they're not. Reported. Blair is that consistent with how it works there in Sedona Generally speaking, I've been here twenty one years now George from my personal experience and local share. That citing them they're speculating, that over, half of, them are probably terrestrial based and I had, one with researcher Tom Dongo and David Sereda back in two thousand six at sycamore canyon. Which is about thirteen miles west of. Sit. Down there at ten o'clock at night, we saw aircraft carrier sites bright green crescent. Silently crash into, the canyon and within five. Minutes we heard, the, sound of Black Hawk helicopters coming, from the, rear to approach the, area so basically I'm not in judgment here Cheryl I'm speculating from our point of view half the things we're seeing or terrestrial based I just wonder Blair if, it could, be that, people in Sedona expect to see them and, when they see them they don't report them you mean thoughts held in mind produce after. Their times a lot of mind action. That. Was written by Ernest Holmes back in, nineteen ten he wrote science of mind or Tom Dongo by, the way you mentioned. His name he's the real deal that's a good guy, does a lot of good work thanks for the call Blair appreciate it we're going. To Bill in California hi Bill Hi hey since you're a researcher I'm going to reform my question I you know. I'm really interested, in cattle. Mutilations because or animal mutilations in general. By what we suspect. Are extraterrestrials because I've. Always had this theory that we. Are part of an. Experiment in the. Earth is actually a laboratory it's. XL file That's what it's called and what I'm wondering is there was a coast. To coast yes That once said he would he was a. Skeptic but he said there were very few, maybe no cattle mutilations that involve, purebred tau, they were always. Hybrid cows and you know, I was, thinking about Christopher, cash nine gene, editing and whatnot and what I'm wondering about you know in your research if you've ever can you confirm that has, there ever been any cattle mutilates? Utilization relations of like. Brahma tau or a purebred tau or is it all we? Hybrids I'm not an expert on cattle mutilations I, just do the statistics on sightings Yeah There is a very good Facebook group of called. Up I spy cattle mutilations and they have a good membership and they get a good discussion going in, there and I can recommend that to, you but I don't have that information because that's not my specialty hang on Bill in the next half of the program in the last two hours we've got Carl Nellie and Dermott Butler coming on to talk about animal mutilations and they get a lot more. Information so maybe they can help. Out let's try it off first. Time caller, Shannon in, Tennessee. Shannon Hi George welcome.

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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on WLAC

"Cheryl I live in Sedona which. Has two counties within it we're part yavapai county, and part Coconino county so when I asked for some. Statistics. Ups, adult I hope that doesn't skew. Any of your computations there okay? Yeah Papa is three. Hundred. Seventy one and. What was the other. County Coconino county Coconino okay okay I got it, they, hit eighty seven What are the. Basic. Types of sightings. You get I don't Mation in front of me I just had a? Raw counts Do you happen to know if Sedona stands, out because I. Don't know Cheryl if. You've been to Sedona but it's. Spiritual. There's a UFO vibe they're the sightings back that up. Okay I get a lotta. Hate mail from Sedona as well The reason is is that? I the mail I get says well we see? Fifty and night here but nobody nobody reports and I my argument is. I can't count them. If I if they're not reported. Blair. Is that consistent with how it works there in Sedona Generally speaking I've, been here twenty one years now George and, from my personal experience. And locals here that citing, them they're, speculating that, over half of them are probably terrestrial based, and I had one with researcher Tom Dongo and David Sereda back in two thousand. Six at sycamore canyon which is about. Thirteen. Miles west of Saddam ten o'clock at night we saw aircraft carrier size bright. Green crescent silently, crash into the canyon and. Within five minutes, we, heard the sound of Black Hawk, helicopters coming, from the rear to, approaching area so basically I'm not in judgment here Cheryl I'm speculating from our point of view half the things we've seen terrestrial race I just. Wonder Blair if it could, be that, people in, Sedona expect to see them and when they, see them they don't report them you mean thoughts held in mind produce after their. Kind a lot of mind action that. Was. Written by Ernest Holmes back in nineteen, ten he wrote science of mind or Tom Dongo by, the way you mentioned. His name he's the real deal, that's a good guy there's a lot of good work thanks for the call Blair appreciate it we're going. To Bill in California hi Bill Hey since you're a researcher I'm going to reform my question I you know. I'm really interested. In cattle mutilations because or animal. Mutilations in general by what we suspect are extraterrestrials because I've. Always, had this. Theory that we are part of an. Experiment in the earth. Is actually a laboratory. It's XL filed my lodging is. What it's called and what I'm wondering. Is there was a coast to. Coast yes That once, said he was a skeptic but? He said there were very few maybe. No cattle mutilations that involve purebred child. They. Were, always these hybrid cows, and you know I was thinking. About, Christopher cash, nine gene editing and whatnot and what I'm wondering about you know in your research if you've ever can you confirm that there ever been any Kadam you utilization relations of like Brahma Chow or a purebred cow. Or is it. All we hybrid I'm not an. Expert on cattle mutilations I just do the statistics on sightings. Yeah There is a very good Facebook group, called up I cattle mutilations and they, have a good membership and they get a. Good discussion going in there and I can recommend, that to you but I don't, have that, information because that's. Not my specialty hang on, Bill in, the next half, of the program, in the last two hours we've got Carl Nellie and Dermott Butler coming on to talk about animal mutilations and, they get a lot more information? So maybe they can help out let's. Try first time caller Shannon and Tennessee. Shannon Hi George welcome to,.

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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And Cheryl I live in Sedona which has. Two counties within it we're part yavapai county, and part Coconino county so when I asked for some. Statistics. Upset. Don't apple that doesn't skew any. Of your computations there okay yeah? Papa is three hundred seventy. One. And what was. The other county Coconino. County coke Amina okay okay I got it they hit eighty seven What are the. Basic. Types of siding. To you I don't In front of me I just has a? Raw counts do you happen to know if Sedona stands, out because I don't know Cheryl if you've been. To Sedona but it's sort of. Spiritual. Or a UFO vibe they're the sightings back that up. Okay I get a lotta hate mail from Sedona? As well The reason is is. That I the mail I get says well we'd? See fifty and night here but nobody nobody reports some, and I my argument is I can't count them. If I if they're not reported. Blair. Is that consistent with how it works there in Sedona Generally speaking I been here twenty one years now georgeanne from my personal experience and. Locals here that citing them they're, speculating over, half of, them are probably terrestrial based and I had, one with researcher Tom Dongo and David Sereda back in two thousand six at sycamore canyon. Which is about thirteen miles west to. Sit. Down there at ten o'clock at night, we saw an aircraft carrier size bright green. Crescent silently crash, into the canyon and within. Five minutes we, heard, the sound of Black Hawk helicopters, coming from. The rear to approach the, area so basically I'm not in judgment here Cheryl, I'm speculating from our point, of view half the things we're seeing or terrestrial race I just wonder, Blair if, it could, be that people in Sedona expect to see, them and when they see them they don't report them you mean thoughts held in mind. Produce after their kind of mind action. That. Was written by Ernest Holmes back in, nineteen ten he wrote science of mind or Tom Dongo by the way, you mentioned his name. He's the real deal that's a, good guy does a lot of good work thanks for the call Blair appreciate it we're going. To Bill in California hi Bill Hey since you're a researcher I'm going gonna reform my question I you know. I'm really interested in cattle mutilations because or animal. Mutilations in general by what we suspect are extraterrestrials because I've. Always, had this theory that we are part of an, experiment in the earth is actually a, laboratory it's XL filed by logic is what it's called and what I'm wondering is there, was a coast to coast yes, that once, said he was. He was a skeptic but he said there, were very few, maybe no cattle mutilations? That involve purebred tout they were always hybrid, cows and you know I, was thinking about Christopher cash nine gene editing and. Whatnot and what I'm. Wondering about in your. Research if you've ever can you. Confirm that has there. Ever been any. Cattle mutilates utilization mutilations of like. A Brahma Chow or a purebred tau, or is it always hybrids I'm not an expert, on cattle mutilations I just. Do the statistics on sightings Yeah there is a very good a Facebook group called up by cattle mutilations and, they have a good membership and they, get a good discussion going in there and I can recommend that to you but I don't have that information because that's not my specialty hang on Bill in the next half of the program in the last two hours we've got Carl Nellie and Dermott Butler coming. On to talk about the animal. Mutilations and they get, a lot more information, so, maybe they can help out let's try. First time caller Shannon in Tennessee Shannon Hi George welcome to, coast,.

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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Cheryl I live in Sedona. Which has two counties within it we're part. Yavapai county and part Coconino county so, when I asked for some statistics don't I hope that doesn't? Skew. Any. Of your computation there okay Yep. Apo- is three hundred seventy one? And what was the. Other. County Coconino county. Amina okay okay I got it they hit eighty seven What are the. Basic. Types of tidings. You get I don't In front of me I just had the raw counts you happen to know if Sedona stands, out because I don't know. Cheryl if you've been. To Sedona but it's sort of. Spiritual. There's a UFO vibe they're the sightings back that up okay. I get a lot of hate meals from Sedona? As well The reason is is that. I the mail I get says well we see fifty and night here but I nobody nobody reports, them and I my argument. Is I can't count. Them if I if they're not. Reported. Player is that consistent with how it works there in Sedona Generally speaking I been here twenty one years now George and from my. Personal experience in, local here that are citing. Them they're speculating, over, half of them probably terrestrial based, and I had. One with researcher. Tom Dongo, and David Sereda back in two thousand six at, sycamore canyon which is about, thirteen miles west of Sedona at ten o'clock at night We, saw, an aircraft carrier size bright green crescent silently crash into the canyon, and within five minutes we heard the sound of. Black Hawk helicopters coming from the, rear to approach area so basically I'm not in judgment here Cheryl I'm, speculating from our point of view half the things we've seen terrestrial race I just wonder Blair if it could, be that, people in, Sedona expect to see them and when they, see them they don't report them you mean thoughts held in mind produce after their. Time a lot of mind action that. Was. Written by Ernest Holmes back in nineteen, ten he wrote science of mind or Tom Dongo by, the way you mentioned. His name he's the real deal, that's a good guy, is a lot of good work thanks for the call Blair appreciate it we're going. To Bill in California hi Bill Hey since you're a researcher I'm just gonna reform my question I you know. I'm really interested, in cattle mutilations because or. Animal mutilations in general by what we suspect are extraterrestrials because. I've, always had this theory that we are part of. An experiment in the. Earth is actually a laboratory it's XL file biologically is. What it's called and. What I'm wondering. Is there was a coast to. Coast yes Once said he was a, skeptic but he said there? Were very few maybe no cattle mutilations. That involve purebred tout they were always. These. Hybrid, cows and you know, I was thinking about Christopher cash. Nine, gene editing, and whatnot and what I'm wondering about you know I in your research if you've ever can you confirm that has there ever been any cattle mutilates utilization relations of like a Brahma cow or a purebred cow. Or is it always hybrid I'm not an. Expert on cattle mutilations I just do the statistics on sightings..

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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And Cheryl I live in Sedona which has two counties within. It were part yavapai county and part Coconino county so when I asked for some statistics of Saddam. Book. That. Doesn't skew any of your computations. There okay yeah Papa is? Three hundred seventy one what. Was. The other county. Coconino county coke Amina okay okay I got. It they, hit eighty seven What are the basic. Types. Of sightings you. Get I don't for Mation and Finally I just have? The raw counts do you happen to know if Sedona, stands out because I don't. Know Cheryl if you've. Been to Sedona but it sort. Of. Spiritual there's a UFO vibe they're the sightings back that up. Okay I get a lot of hate mail from? Sedona as well The reason is is that. I the mail I get says well we see? Fifty and night here but I've nobody nobody reports some and I my argument is. I can't count them. If I if they're not reported. Blair. Is that consistent with that how it works there in Sedona Generally speaking I've been here twenty one years now George from my personal. Experience and local share that, citing them, they're speculating, that over half of them are probably terrestrial, based and I had one with researcher Tom Dongo and David Sereda back in two thousand. Six at sycamore canyon which is about. Thirty. Miles west to sit down at ten o'clock at night we saw aircraft carrier. Size bright green, crescent silently crash into the, canyon and within, five, minutes we heard the sound of, Black Hawk helicopters, coming from the rear to, approach the area so basically I'm not in judgment, here Cheryl I'm speculating from, our point of view half? The things we've seen terrestrial based I just wonder Blair if, it could, be that, people in Sedona expect to see them and, when they see them they don't report them you mean thoughts held in mind produce after. Their kind the lot my action that. Was. Written by Ernest Holmes back in nineteen, ten he wrote science of mind or Tom Dongo by the, way you mentioned his. Name he's the real deal that's, a good guy is a lot. Of good work thanks for the call Blair appreciate it we're going. To Bill in California hi Bill Hey since you're a researcher I'm going to reform my question I you know. I'm really interested in cattle mutilations. Because or animal mutilations in general by what we suspect are. Extraterrestrials, because I've. Always had this theory that we are. Part of an experiment. In the earth is actually a laboratory it's XL philologists. What it's called and. What I'm wondering. Is there was a coast to. Coast yes That once said he was he was a skeptic but he said? There were very few maybe no cattle. Mutilations that involve purebred tout they were. Always, these hybrid cows and, you know I was thinking about. Crisper, cash nine, gene editing and whatnot and what I'm wondering about you know in your research if you've ever can you confirm that has there ever been any cattle mutilation utilization relations of Brahma Chow or a purebred tau or. Is it always hybrid I'm not. An expert on cattle mutilations I just do the statistics on. Sightings Yeah there is a very good a Facebook group called, my cattle mutilations and they have a, membership and they get a good discussion going in there and I can recommend that to you, but I don't have that information, because that's, not my specialty. Hang on Bill in the, next half, of the program, in the last, two hours we've got Carl Nellie and Dermott Butler coming on to talk about the animal mutilations and they get a lot more information so? Maybe they can help out let's try. First time caller Shannon and Tennessee Shannon Hi George welcome. To.

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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In Sedona which has two counties within, it were part yavapai county and part Coconino county so when? I. Asked. For some statistics don't I hope. That doesn't skew any of your? Computation there okay Yep Papa. Is. Three hundred seventy. One and what was the other. County Coconino county coke Amina okay okay I got it they hit eighty seven What. Are. The basic types. Of sidings I don't Mation in. Front of me I just had the? Rock counts Do you happen to know if Sedona stands, out because I don't know. Cheryl if you've been. To Sedona but it's sort of spiritual. There's. A UFO vibe they're unlock the sightings back that up. Okay I get a lotta. Hate meal from Sedona as well The reason is? Is that I the mail I get says where? We see fifty at night here but nobody nobody reports them and I my argument. Is I can't count. Them if I if they're not reported. Blair. Is that consistent with how it works there in Sedona Generally speaking, I been here twenty one years now George, and from my personal. Experience and local here that are, citing them, they're speculating, over half of them are probably terrestrial based, and I had one with researcher Tom Dongo and David Sereda back in two thousand. Six at sycamore canyon which is about. Thirteen. Miles west of Saddam ten o'clock at night we saw an aircraft carrier sites. Bright green crescent, silently crash into the canyon. And within five minutes we heard the sound of Black, Hawk helicopters, coming from the. Rear to, approaching area so basically I'm not in judgment here, Cheryl I'm speculating from our, point of view half the things we've seen terrestrial based I. Just wonder Blair if it could, be that, people in, Sedona expect to see them and when they, see them they don't report them you mean thoughts held in mind produce after their. Kind the lot of mine action that. Was. Written by Ernest Holmes back in nineteen, ten he wrote science of mind or Tom Dongo by, the way you mentioned. His name he's the real deal, that's a good guy. As a lot of good work thanks for the call Blair appreciate it we're going. To Bill in California hi Bill Hi hey since you're a researcher I'm going to reform my question I you know. I'm really interested in cattle mutilations because. Or animal mutilations in general by what we suspect are extraterrestrials. Because, I've always. Had this theory that we are part. Of an experiment and. The earth is actually a laboratory it's XL file philologist. What it's called and what I'm wondering. Is there was a coast to. Coast yes Once, said he was a skeptic but? He said there were very few maybe. No cattle mutilations that involve purebred child. They. Were, always these hybrid cows, and you know I was thinking. About, Christopher cash, nine gene editing and whatnot and what I'm wondering about you know in your research if you've ever can you confirm that has there ever been any cattle mutilates utilization of Brahma tau or appear bread tau or. Is it all we hybrid I'm not. An expert on cattle mutilations I just do the statistics on. Sightings There is a very, good Facebook group called up I spot, cattle mutilations and they have a membership, and they get a good discussion going in. There and I can recommend that to you but, I don't have that information because, that's not, my specialty hang. On Bill in the next, half of, the program in, the last two, hours we've got Carl Nellie and Dermott Butler coming on to talk about animal mutilations and they get a, lot more information so maybe they? Can help out let's try it off. First time caller Shannon in Tennessee Shannon Hi George to.

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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Cheryl I live in Sedona which has two counties within it where. The apple pie county and part Coconino, county so when I asked for some statistics don't I? Hope. That. Doesn't. Skew any of your computation fair. Okay yeah Papa is three hundred? Seventy one and what. Was. The other county. Coconino county Coconino okay okay I got. It, they, hit eighty seven What is the. Basic. Types of sightings. You get I don't Commission in front of me I just had the? Raw counts Do you happen to know if Sedona stands, out because I don't know. Cheryl if you've been. To Sedona but it's sort of. Spiritual. There's a UFO vibe they're the sightings back that up okay I get a lot of. Hate mail from Sedona as well The reason is? Is that I the mail I get says where? We see fifty at night here but I nobody nobody reports and I my argument. Is I can't count. Them if I if they're not. Reported. Blair is that consistent with how it works there in Sedona Generally, speaking I've been here twenty one years now George from my personal experience and local. Share that exciting, them they're speculating that over. Half of them are probably terrestrial based and I had, one with researcher, Tom Dongo and David, Sereda back in two thousand six at sycamore canyon which is about thirteen miles west to sit down there at ten o'clock at night We saw an aircraft carrier sized Bryce green crescent silently, crash into the canyon and within five minutes we heard the. Sound of Black Hawk helicopters coming, from the rear to approach area so basically I'm not thinking judgment here, Cheryl I'm speculating from our point of view half the things we've seen terrestrial based I just wonder Blair if it could be that people in Sedona expect to see them, and when they see them they don't report them you mean fought Sheldon mind produce. After their kind a lot mind action. That. Was written by Ernest Holmes back in, nineteen ten he wrote science of mind Tom Dongo by the way you, mentioned his name he's. The real deal that's a good guy there's a lot of good work thanks for the call Blair appreciate it we're going to. Bill in California hi Bill Hi hey since you're researcher I'm going to reform my question I you know. I'm really interested, in cattle mutilations because or. Animal mutilations in general by what we suspect are extraterrestrials because. I've, always had. This theory that we are part of. An experiment in the. Earth is actually a. Laboratory it's XL file biologically is. What it's called and what I'm wondering. Is there was a coast to. Coast yes That once said, he was a skeptic but? He said there were very few maybe. No title mutilations that involve purebred tau. They. Were, always these hybrid, cows and you know I was. Thinking, about Christopher, cash nine gene editing and whatnot and what I'm wondering about you know I in your research if you've ever can you confirm that been any cattle mutilates utilization mutilations of like a Brahma cow or a purebred. Tau or is it always hybrid I'm not. An expert on cattle mutilations I just do the statistics on. Sightings Yeah There is a very good Facebook group of called spot cattle mutilations and they have a good membership and they get a good discussion going in, there and I can recommend that to, you but I don't have that information because that's not my specialty hang on Bill in the next half of the program in the last two, hours we've got Karl Nellie and Dermott Butler coming on to talk about the animal mutilations and they get a lot more. Information so maybe they can help. Out let's try first, time caller Shannon and, Tennessee. Shannon.

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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KSRO

"And Cheryl I live in Sedona which has two counties within it. Were part yavapai county and part Coconino, county so when I asked for some statistics don't I hope? That. Doesn't. Skew any of your computation there. Okay Yep apo- is three hundred seventy one and? What. Was. The other Coconino. County Kocha mean okay okay I got. It, they, hit eighty seven What are? The. Basic. Types of sightings. You get I don't Commission in front of me I just has a raw counts you happen to know if Sedona stands, out because I don't know, Cheryl if you've been, to Sedona but it's sort. Of. Spiritual a UFO vibe there the sightings back that up. Okay I get a lotta hate mail from Sedona? As well The reason is is that. I the mail I get says well we see fifty at night here but nobody nobody reports some, and I my argument is, I can't count them, if I if they're not. Reported. Blair is that consistent with how it works in Sedona Generally speaking I've been, here twenty one years now George and from my personal experience and local here that. It citing them, they're speculating that over half. Of them are, probably, terrestrial based and I had one, with research, Tom Dongo and David Sereda, back in two thousand six at sycamore canyon which is about thirteen miles west to sit down there at ten o'clock at night We saw an aircraft carrier size bright green crescent silently, crash into the canyon and within five minutes we heard the. Sound of Black Hawk helicopters coming, from, the, rear to approach area so basically I'm not in judgment here, Cheryl I'm speculating from our point of view half the things we've seen terrestrial based I just wonder Blair if it, could be, that people, in Sedona expect to see them and when, they see them they don't report them you mean thoughts held in mind produce after. Their time a lot mind action that. Was. Written by Ernest Holmes back in nineteen, ten he wrote science of mind or Tom Dongo by, the way you mentioned. His name he's the real deal, that's a good guy. There's a lot of good work thanks for the call Blair appreciated we're going. To Bill in California hi Bill Hi hey since you're a researcher I'm asking to reform my question I you know I'm. Really interested in, cattle mutilations. Because or animal mutilations in general by. What we suspect are. Extraterrestrials because I've always. Had this theory that we are. Part of an experiment. In the. Earth is actually a laboratory it's. XL file That's, what it's called. And what I'm wondering is, there was, a coast to, coast yes that, once said he was he was a skeptic but he said there were very few maybe no cattle mutilations that involve purebred, tau they were always these? Hybrid cows and you know I was. Thinking about Christopher cash nine gene editing. And. Whatnot, and what I'm wondering, about you know in your research. If, you've ever, can you confirm that has there ever been any cattle mutilates utilization relations of like a Brahma Chow or a purebred tau or is it always hybrid I'm not an expert on cattle mutilations I just do the. Statistics on sightings Yeah there is a very good Facebook group, of called spot cattle mutilations and they, have a good membership and they get good. Discussion going in there and I can recommend that, to you but I don't have, that information, because that's not. My specialty hang on Bill, in the, next half of, the program in, the last two hours we've got Karl Nellie and Dermott Butler coming on to talk about the animal mutilations and they get, a lot more information so? Maybe they can help out let's try. First time caller Shannon in Tennessee Shannon Hi George welcome to, coast, to coast thank, you My sister..

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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"With three things you need to know right now the past moving lava flow from the killer way of volcano on hawaii's big island is very neighborhoods it shut down a major highway making a typical for people to get out so is the summit on again north korea's nuclear negotiator is new york city today to meet with us secretary of state mike pompeo the human caused sycamore fire has spread to two hundred thirty acres in the coconino national forest the place started monday morning about fifteen miles northwest of sedona in the sycamore canyon wilderness you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on arizona's news station ktar news with that summit between north korea and the us possibly back on arizona congressman tom o'halloran just returned from a visit to their their nearest neighbor in the country with the most to gain for a positive summit that being south korea in congressman o'halloran joins us this morning on the newsmaker line here on arizona's morning news congressman you met primarily with with military folks i know you sit on the house the house armed services committee tell me about who you met with an and how they're feeling about how things are between north and south korea yes and you know it was a two day trip over there and we met with the commander of the all the armed services over there for the un which includes south korea america and sixteen other countries we toured the border we met with south korean officials in the ministry of defence and the specifically the gentleman that's in charge of nuclear and missile negotiations and we met with the twenty four i twenty fifth air force swing and also the eighth army so it was extensive amount of discussion on military strategy and where we're at with preparedness and also with identifying some of the core issues that we are facing over there i have to say that from the military perspective our people over there doing out outstanding job and they're they're ready for a i think any eventuality and then you know a lot of people don't understand that the south koreans themselves have a standing army of over six hundred thousand people and they're they're they're required males in the country are required to serve in the army for anywhere from one and.

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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The national guard key topics today as the head of the department of homeland security is at the us border in arizona that's where we find ktar's martha of our in a few hours department of homeland security secretary cures in nielsen and governor doug ducey will tour the border in san luis they will also talk more about the deployment of national guard members at the border i spoke with customs and border protection in the yuma sector a little bit ago and they gave me an update telling me the national guard has arrived at least a few members here in the us sector no details on how many just yet later to there's going to be a border tour at two pm and then a fall following up with a press conference between the secretary of dhs as well as governor doug ducey in san luis arizona i'm martha our ktar news students days after the governor ordered teachers a twenty percent pay raise over two years some teachers say that they are ready to walk out today horns blowing in support of teachers outside of shadow mountain high school to north phoenix dozens of teachers lied the sidewalk calling for more money for support staff and supplies before voting on a possible walkout teachers like felicia fathollah at shaved middle school say governor is governor ducey's proposal offers no money for support staff colleges speech therapist any kind of specialists or reading specialist mass specialists those are the teachers that are not included many teachers called the governor's pay boost idea an empty promise well last week save our schools arizona stood with governor ducey as he announced his proposal to raise teacher pay now the group says it no longer supports the governor's plan support increasing teacher poll are getting more money into the classrooms that current proposal doesn't put any new money into either of those goals the group's done factor says the proposal boobs money around from exist listing budgets and it relies on future projections for money that the state might bring in arizona's wildfire dangerous climbing by the day in parts of the coconino national forest will go into campfire and smoking restrictions on friday oak creek canyon laura sycamore canyon and fossil creek among the many areas impacted under the restrictions fires campfires charcoal colin woodstoves only allowed in specific developed recreation sites smoking limited to enclose vehicles or buildings or.

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"sycamore canyon" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"sycamore canyon" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

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