35 Burst results for "Thousand Oaks"

No Charges for Britney Spears in Dispute With Housekeeper

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

No Charges for Britney Spears in Dispute With Housekeeper

"Britney spears is off the hook in what could have been a criminal case prosecutors in thousand oaks California say Britney spears will not be facing charges after an allegation made against her by her housekeeper she went to police to claim the single slapped the phone out of her hand that could have netted spears a misdemeanor battery charge but prosecutors say after looking into all of this they say no charges will be filed because there isn't enough evidence of crime occurred the housekeeper had no serious injury and the phone survived the incident without major damage when the incident was first reported spears attorney said it was overblown manufactured and should have been closed immediately I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Kirk Cameron holds maskless Christmas singalong in Thousand Oaks, outside of Los Angeles

Bill Handel

00:36 sec | 10 months ago

Kirk Cameron holds maskless Christmas singalong in Thousand Oaks, outside of Los Angeles

"Event that drew hundreds of unmask singers 2000 oaks over the weekend, is making national headlines as a potential super spreader. The event was meant to be a protest over the religious liberty concerns during the pandemic. 1000 Oaks Mayor Claudia Build opinions, says she disapproves liberty and freedom are very fragile and they come with great responsibility and by continuing to hold large gatherings and ignoring all guidelines I feel is unchristian. Actor Kirk Cameron, who is outspoken about his evangelical faith helped set up the event. He says it lifted hundreds of people. Spirits L, A

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Interview With Joel Goldes

Meanwhile On Our Plane

04:10 min | 10 months ago

Interview With Joel Goldes

"Hi i'm good. How are you think you only. This is called the background of such a welcome to their uptake. About actually authorizing are you england. I live in under near. We're bounce and self sonae. i come well not london. Technically sussex nice lovely year. You're like california somewhere. I'm guessing outside. La ventura county Okay so thousand. Oaks son enough. You've noticed between thousand oaks calabasas. I have bit of kardashian landmark. How's it in california. Well pandemic notwithstanding it's lovely but you know we've got We're just about a mile from la county and they've just got into a kind of a modified shutdown. Now i guess it starts tonight for three weeks so they'll be weaker stay at home order than the last time. So we don't have that in ventura county but cases are just you know Expanding growing all over the states horribly. So y- it's really bad. And meanwhile you know they're doing the production of come from way in melbourne and knittle play three cities there so they get to have life theater because they've been very diligent about the whole thing and we on the other hand have not been so so the it's very low. I feel that you guys must failure even more than i do as a fan lack from something out of my control because if i have my way we devote been locked home but the government autumn in america or in london of really done enough to enforce anything anyone's conduct Wanna do yondo control. I mean we've just done what we'd be intelligent. I mean i've been workin but of an and then it's really upset and when you get to see. Melbourne is exciting as the site of is like yup. If we did exactly exactly i i. I had this realization a couple of weeks ago when they win it. When i when i really realized what was happening that they get to have life easier because they behaved themselves and we haven't and so we don't. It's like such a stark contrast. And it's you know they talk about these vaccines coming out. And then i saw on the news yesterday. That only forty. Five percent of americans plan to get the vaccine. So it's sort of well. What what good does that do us in been however we can get out of this. It's it's really difficult to see. You know so i mean. We're we're in london night. Well we had this kind of mini lockdown that like half the stuff was allowed to be open and ends on the second and actually we have got some theaters reopening on second on the sick. But they're doing it as a loss because they have like full capacity apparently with come for why they just can't brisk just in case because the government could say anytime all they've got close again so right. Yeah yeah yeah apple. Hearing little things about maybe four or five shows opening reopening. That's the most i heard about it. Yeah we don't get updates from the producers or anything. i mean. They're doing what they have to do but they don't inform us. Okay yeah i'll be brought in to it when it looks like it's happening so clearly i haven't heard anything yet

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Paradise Falls to close after crowds leave trash, human waste

Tim Conway Jr.

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Paradise Falls to close after crowds leave trash, human waste

"The waterfall in thousand oaks is going to be closed to the public indefinitely because too many people have shown up and trash the place that includes leaving human waste in the water paradise falls which is in the Wildwood regional park free open two weekends ago for weekend use officials say crowds left several truckloads of

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Waterfall to close after crowds leave trash, human waste

Tim Conway Jr.

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Waterfall to close after crowds leave trash, human waste

"Waterfall in thousand oaks is going to be closed to the public indefinitely because too many people have showed up and trash the place that includes leaving human waste in the water paradise falls which is in Wildwood regional park re opened two weeks ago for weekend use officials say crowds left several truckloads of

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Colbie Caillat on Overcoming Stage Fright + Her new band Gone West + Getting Discovered on MySpace at 20 Years Old

Bobbycast

07:37 min | 1 year ago

Colbie Caillat on Overcoming Stage Fright + Her new band Gone West + Getting Discovered on MySpace at 20 Years Old

"Are episode to twenty-eight with Calais was telling you we were just talking and I said just roll on it so we started doing this podcast Mike. How long ago like three years ago and I was just doing it for my house because I was like you know what I'd like to talk too long former actual songwriters and I'd like to kind of go a little deeper because F- friends and I do comedy and I write books so it's it's different. It's this exposure to a different kind of the process. You get people see the stage but they don't see everything else and so we started doing it thinking nobody would listen because we think I. It was just a passion project. Yeah but I would bring on my favorite song writers and again I was being very selfish because some of my friends that I would never get to ask real deep questions about work with because you just don't do that with your friends. Yeah maybe you do the settings right but you don't go to dinner with your friend and their wife and go so track six so So it started from that and then as it started to get bigger and bigger than sponsors. Wanted to get involved and now it's like one of the biggest is amazing so we didn't expect it to be this and that's the whole thing and everybody comes to the house. That's great 'cause I don't want to go back to the studio. This is perfect. Yeah do you live close to here? Yeah you do Fire some people were like be there at six. Pm and then. Joe Detail Mike. What hour and forty minutes to get that how? I'm not sure if he walked control. There's bad traffic here. But that's a little much. Well good to see you get to see what's happening Being good had some a little bit of time off after the holidays and we had a lot you know with the Gone West. The Band of men. We've been touring a lot the last year so it was nice to have some time back in California with family. And now it's going to be back here in Nashville. So when you guys start back as gone West you kind of have to start over again. Which is I guess. Probably Weird feed have to start over but also it's gotta be weird to start over but everybody already knows who you are when you're trying to spread it amongst four. Yeah like I. That would be an uncomfortable thing you have to deal with. Upfront. I'm sure so you walk into a radio station your call we Kelly. You have three people. Nobody's ever heard of yet. How does that? How does that work? Well Yeah it's interesting and I think the funny part about it is. I wanted to be in a band because I the spotlight would be off me and it would just you know I. It wouldn't just be only me and it's not now it's all of us but there is still that factor that you know they. They know who I am and they know my music and there's a lot of them that want extra picture after with just me or they want they request one of my songs and it's been an interesting thing to balance because you don't want to upset people but I also want it to be focused on Gone West in all still do my music on the side but I it's just a balance that we're learning still basically. Do you have to have that conversation with the guys and I'm sure they know going into it as well. I mean you're famous and they're really great musicians but they're not famous yet So is that something you guys sit in a room and go okay. Here's what's GonNa Happen Now. We're going to deal with it because I do my show all the time. Do we have to talk about scenarios? That could probably happen whenever we'd went something like this just to be prepared for that's smart. That's a really good idea. No therapy no like paramore. Go to therapy as a group. Oh no there's group therapy okay. I mean therapies healthy. There's a lot of different dynamics and we all started out as friends like we've been friends for about fourteen years and were two couples in the band. And I think that we've all been our own solo artists and individual songwriters into now. Do this all together. It's it's an important thing for us to be able to get how have helped with our communication basically molly good like next level sounding good. I didn't know you were good but I didn't know until you guys played just how good you were and I think maybe you're having to do that now. Go show people. Yeah Yeah we're having we're we're going to play our songs and we love this album that we made and it's it's taken us like two and a half years to write this album but we wrote it all together and and yeah I think just the factor of of with with my name in the band. they all knew that going into it and they so it's nothing that they were you know can have an issue with or or be worried about you know everyone was prepared. They've known me forever so they knew that was a part of it now. Are you only doing on West? Or you also doing solo stuff. I'm doing occasional solo stuff but not really like I'll do a show here and there are festival but we're GONNA s taking up so much of our time. So you're saying you're not pursuing anything solo like creating and putting out new music. Is Kobe not right now. I want to like I want to start doing that. In the next couple of months and You know I I right by myself at home. Sometimes but I want to book some sessions just for me that I can think of putting out in the future but there's no plan for that as of yet. 'cause yeah is the co a little weird to you that it's such a Culture Nashville since you do write a lot by yourself. Well I've used to co writing so all my most of my songs have in my first album. I co wrote with Jason Reeves. Susan Gone West and I think the difference is in La as an artist. We you know I would ride on the road but I would. I would mainly right when I have a an album. I'm writing for and keep stuff like in the bank so I'd I'd start something on the road and I bring it into a session in La and I think the difference here is is people right like one two songs a day. It's like a nine to five job and they're so They're so professional at it there so you know well just their craft has been so Mastered and so for me. I take along a break before I ride again and so I think that's been the interesting thing about coming here and having to write more often is I didn't do that with my Solo career. I would start songs by myself. And I'd I'd book some writing sessions you know here and there and then. I'd have an album in here. You you end up writing a lot. More you mentioned Jason wrote the saw or you and Jason worked on the first record together. Do you guys have been writing together. That long yeah. Wow Yeah so. How did you to initially start working or get to know each other? It's kind of crazy so It ultimately it was from The the guy who ended up producing my album cocoa Michael Blue. He was one of my dad's. My Dad had a record. Label and Michael. Blue was an artist at the time and he was signed to him and then ended up just going on to being a producer. So I had met Michael Back then I was like fifteen and Michael heard me sing I was just like harmonising next to him in the studio and he was like. Oh my God I should get you in the studio and so that was my first start of like being the studios working with Michael Blue and someone that he knew on a who she also worked for my dad back in the day. She met Jason Randomly in New York for something and basically they connected. Us thinking Jason us to come to l later right and you guys you should just be friends that was basically all it was I had never written. I'd written one song in my life. No one I was nineteen nineteen and a half and so jason came to L. A. They asked me to pick them up from the studio because he needed a friend like an a friend in La and we wrote a song together that night and that was the first. Go right that we ever had. We didn't plan to have occurred right. We just wrote in my bedroom at my house and thousand oaks and so that's really how we met. It was crazy for this whole like full circle here. Well Yeah. So that's why that's how this ban. Kinda came about is so Jason's wife Donell. Who is in the reindeer girls? She's lived in Nashville for fifteen years And then Me and my fiance Justin Who've been together for ten years and We moved here to to try living in a new city and it just kind of progressed we all hung out and we all started writing songs together and suddenly turned it into a

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Helicopter In Kobe Bryant Crash Being Investigated

Sports Investors Weekly

09:00 min | 1 year ago

Helicopter In Kobe Bryant Crash Being Investigated

"The noise the other big story that's been developing all week was the investigation to the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant his daughter and seven other people the investigation has been focusing a lot on the fog and weather but it's also going to look into the helicopter itself and the pilot who received clearance to fly in poor weather conditions there is also been conversation about terrain awareness warning system that possibly could have prevented the rack but in this case that warning system was not present on the helicopter that Kobe was flying on the NTSB has been arguing for a decade and a half that system to prevent crashes should be mandatory helicopters that accommodate six or more passengers such as a Sikorsky S. seventy six helicopter that he was flying in but these efforts have been turned aside from the FAA the NTSB will be releasing a preliminary report on the accident soon but for more on what we know so far we spoke to Chris and Carla he's a news correspondent for I heart media in Los Angeles to tell us a little bit more about what we know about the investigation so far the NTSB right now he's drawing out all of the physical what they call perishable evidence so anything bad maybe call it did hear a dog in the open or that needs to be collected in order to piece together the puzzle a little bit later there could be looking at many different aspects of this crash though that people given the books of the company they'll get into the background of the pilot we'll get it there what the air traffic look like around southern California during that time and of course they'll get into the weather what were the conditions like they'll look at the engine of the aircraft to see if there was any malfunction or error there and then they'll also looking to be a mechanic that the aircraft industry that are everything was in good working order so all of that ball together is going to be the broader NTSB investigation what we heard today was a more ironed out time line of this flight that they took off John Wayne airport down in Santa Ana which is about seventy miles from Cameri out and it started its white worked its way up to Burbank and it without Burbank that the pilot requested to go from visual flight rules to special VFR special visual flight rules eat put in that request and the reason if you wanted a transit some air space there all along those with special rules which basically says that you can fly when the feeling of the feeling of below one thousand P. which is kind of a basic minimum and also with less than three miles of visibility so they ended up circling right around the the airport there Burbank about twelve minutes hold that request was approved and it was at that point that they started to work their way back down the one eighteen freeway and using the freeway they follow the one eighteen to the one on one end and work their way down toward camera as they are packed Burbank the band I fear space they then requested fly straight through the Cameri which was where they were going to land the the pilot requested what's called flight following and basically that just means there's a constant contact if you will between air traffic control and the pilot the air traffic control that that the pilot was flying too low for flight following that's not necessarily a warning as much as the it's just a statement of who we are we can help you out based on where you are can't get a new whatever it is that they need in order to maintain that following the pilot been requested two wives add to avoid a cloud layer and ask the air traffic control for clearance I was the last contact between the pilot and an air traffic control so of radar indicated that the aircraft rose to about twenty three hundred feet and then there was the old black descending turned and then that was the last radar contact what we know on the ground is that when it hit it was at just about one thousand eighty five feet above sea level and the the pre field is about five to six hundred feet they've got a pretty it didn't scatter you know if you if you think about your crap accidents and crashes often those debris fields will last for maybe a half mile or a mile or even further so they can join idea of just how hard the aircraft was able to it hit the surface there yeah and it's still it does really seem like the weather I've probably played the most important factor obvious we don't know yet if there was any type of mechanical failure or whatnot but just all those requests or and and he was granted the pilot was granted to fly in these poor weather conditions it just really seems that all of that is adding up to what was the culprit and as you said in the end when he climbed up and then drop back down so rapidly that was where everybody unfortunately perished and and you know investigators and and corners were out there trying to gather remains and even the terrain there is a little difficult they all had to to hike in and and be flown in as well yeah so the NTSB is actually asking for pictures for people who are around Calabasas and had taken pictures of the weather conditions or had taken pictures somewhere near the crash site they can get an idea of what the weather conditions were like they were also pretty quickly after making that request did they were pretty quick if they live and it's not that we're just focusing on the weather here there are all of these other factors we have to look into but this is just one important piece of the puzzle certainly there are and there is a lot of reporting out there about how difficult it is the flying conditions like this how big back while there was it specifically above Cameri all our Q. three above but how about this and how easy perhaps we could have been for the pilot to become disoriented while the either asking for that for that increase in altitude or while out what movie across what had been activated is that the aircraft hit the help that is a pretty high rate of speed around a hundred sixty miles an hour so yeah they they they told you that the pilot was at least moving with a certain degree of purpose yeah and every time there's a crash a plane crash or something like that people always ask is there a black box and that's not the case with this one right there's nothing there was no black box on this helicopter no they're not required to be black box on aircraft like that and yet in court to talk about the aircraft as well as the course you that if the twin engine aircraft built yeah that that's important when you're trying to narrow down the possibilities of what could happen because yeah we have two engine I mean one failed you least have enough power to to work your way back down to the ground in an emergency landing in in this case we didn't hear any sort of emergency call there was no mayday that we know of infer that tells you that whatever happened happened quickly and was catastrophic enough that the pilot couldn't even get anything out on the radio which in most cases is instantaneous it's always important to remember the victims and all of this obviously everybody knows Kobe Bryant and and you know the world the sports world a lot of people really feel for that but you know it also included in the victims were his thirteen year old daughter Johnnie who goes by Gigi us some of her friends that I play basketball with her their parents and coaches I mean that they were on their way to one of Kobe's sports at tournaments are one of the or their basketball tournaments where his daughter was going to play and you know these were all just people United by the sport of basketball obviously a lot has been made about his daughter and her aspirations with basketball and they've seat been seen together at Laker games but these are the victims really a very close knit group of of people who who played basketball together and he coached the team things like that yeah you know it's important to think about this in the in the context of what they were doing and where they were going so that the mamba cop was this big back all tournament and I thought that the mamba sports academy which was something started in created by Kobe Bryant not just for use force but also yeah I'll be here great stories about NBA players who trained up there with Kobe or with other players it's just a really nice facility or not only basketball but also other sports like volleyball up there and so you you're you've got these people that are geared to go go back up there again there down in Newport beach seventy air miles from from thousand oaks and if anybody knows anything about southern California Subir mild bout five hours of driving when you really consider traffic even on a Sunday so that they give you an idea of why graph they were flying up there and they're flying up there with the number of people who were from the neighborhood and yeah I guess not really hidden within the strategy but certainly a piece of the strategy tragedy if you have a couple of families that are just but I mean they're incredibly impacted the other fellow for all the belly family had three family members the the father the wife and one of their daughters on that flight so you've got I think there are two other kids who now are having to deal with basically losing more than half of their family Chris and Carla news correspondent for I heart media based in Los Angeles thank you for joining us yeah of course

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Kobe Bryant's Life and Legacy

ESPN Daily

06:55 min | 1 year ago

Kobe Bryant's Life and Legacy

"Star Kobe Bryant was killed in helicopter crash. In calabasas California Bryant was forty one eight others including his thirteen year old daughter. Jonah died in the accident. Tributes have been pouring in for the Lakers legend. We all feel a deep sense. A loss us for woody meant to all of us in so many ways in so many millions of people loved him for so many different reasons and this was a man for all he was more than iconic a basketball player he was someone who inspired millions of fans. All over the world. Today is is one of the saddest days Malaysia. You seems like a bad. The Badgering One Waco is a nightmare today. We're joined by. ESPN's Ramona Shelbourne. Who covered Bryant for fifteen years? Ramona where are you right now. You know I'm sitting in my car outside the Mamba Academy in thousand oaks and There's like hundreds of people here putting flowers down just kind of trying to cope with the news here and this is the academy. He started Where he was on his way here For a basketball game and he was here all the time. Those folks there's a lot of people who no I'm just seeing a lot of young women walking walking up and down the street just sad wearing their koby. Jerseys I think everyone in Los Angeles right now really around the world but especially early right here where Kobe's been. He was a young man when he was drafted by the Lakers and so he became a man here he became an old man here he he retired here. People feel like they knew their whole life. And so I've been kind of all over today going to the crash site and seeing that helicopter after still smoldering on the hillside With Laker fans and just not even Laker fans. Just everybody knew who heard about it. People kind of needed to go. Oh and witnesses to see to believe that it was true and even then honestly it doesn't feel like it really happened. When did you first hear the news you know I was? It was home playing with my son this morning and My friend just got an alert on her phone she she wears an apple. Watch and dot an alert when TMZ posted the story story. And and I dropped my phone and I started calling everybody that I knew close to Kobe to go into reporter mode. Because you've got to confirm remit and find out what happened and what's going on here and it was right about eleven thirty when when this all happened so immediately like I think I'm shaking when I heard this and it's it's really hard to process that Kobe's gone and then to find out how many other people are gone along with him with his daughter daughter. Jonah G. G. God he was always telling me about G G. He was so so proud of her like he was always picturing her in the WNBA. You know she's already verbally. Committed to uconn right. I mean he was so proud of her and they love talking basketball it she had that same drive and ferocity that he did and you can just tell how how much he was beaming about her and over the years especially since he's been retired like Kobe and I've stayed in touch and connected you know as we're about the same image right we. We have respect for each other professionally. But I think it's become a more more of a friendship since he retired is always telling me about his kids like that's what he was doing now. You know he either whenever I would never call him he was always at the office working or at one of his kids. Basketball Games or choir practices or something with kids like an an and like that was his life right now and I can't believe at forty one that his life is over. I you know I actually told them at one point like hey man enjoy retirement. Slow down a little bit like you're you're in the office all the time you're working and She just had so much that he was doing. And I'm glad he didn't slow down. You know we have a lot that he's written and said and done to to remember him by and I think his legacy will only grow with time Ramona Ramona. When the news broke there were a lot of conflicting reports confusion about who was on the helicopter? We now know that Kobe's three other daughters in his his wife s Were not in the accident when you got to Calabasas. What'd you learn? Well you know initially I talked to some of the residents. There's there's a couple of apartment buildings around there and some some people who had heard and seen the crash and one man told me he saw he he heard the helicopter are any solid flying low. And then you just heard this falling sound and he knew something was really wrong and he he. He had been on the phone at the time so he went outside and saw all the smoke and the brushfire when they like. This happens like everybody wants answers. Everybody wants to know like was it. The fog the weather conditions of the helicopter contrary There's no way to process this. Would we know right now about the other passengers on the flight while we know his You know his daughter Tatjana was there and then The manifest of the helicopter said there were nine people aboard. And that's part of what's so sad about this. Is that you know. They were on their way to a basketball event. And this is just like a Sunday with the family for a lot of different families here as we're talking I'm seeing footage outage from outside the Staples Center. There's hundreds and hundreds of fans putting up sort of makeshift memorials. You just described what's happening at the Mamba Academy Academy his basketball school. How is the city of Los Angeles taking notice? I mean honestly it feels like this giant hole in the city right now like La Watch. Kobe grow up Elliott. Watch Kobe through the best of his life and the worst of his life you. Oh you watched him come back from injuries. You watched him as an old man. You watched him grow old not especially gracefully and then you watched him have the Sublime Ma last game where he scored sixty points on fifty shots. I mean I don't think I've ever seen staple center that electric and I was. I've been there when the Lakers won the NBA Championship. It was never like it was the nineteen sixty it was unbelievable and La. kind of feels like they know MLA. I'm Elliott kind of. Feels like he's their guy and you know maybe it's the same as New York feels about Derek jeter. It feels like that and I think people are still in shock to be honest like I. It doesn't feel real like it feels like you're gonNA wake up and that was a hoax or a bad dream but it obviously is and I think that's why everybody's coming to the Mamba Academy or the Hillside Calabasas. Just kinda witness listen and and

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Ceremonies Mark Anniversary of California Mass Shooting

WBZ Afternoon News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Ceremonies Mark Anniversary of California Mass Shooting

"Today marks the one year anniversary of a mass shooting in southern California in the overnight hours of November seventh twenty eighteen a man armed with a forty five caliber pistol with a laser sight shot a security guard outside the borderline bar and grill in thousand oaks he then walked into the bar and started throwing smoke bombs and unloading several high capacity magazines as a cop showed up the government took his own life shooting left thirteen people that a healing garden will be open today here where the massacre took place but as correspondent chasing

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Pediatric Cancer Close to a Cold War Era Nuclear Energy Testing Site

PODSHIP EARTH

08:25 min | 2 years ago

Pediatric Cancer Close to a Cold War Era Nuclear Energy Testing Site

"This week. We talk about a young girl called grace who contracted an extremely rare form of leukemia. A Mother Melissa bombs did was put into place. Many of us never even think about putting everything on the line in the battle to save. I loved ones on that journey. Melissa began discovering that the potential causes of Greece's Kanter may not be very far from so Melissa's. Maybe start by telling us how you decided to move to this community and where we are well right now now. We're just outside of Seamy Valley. I grew up in thousand oaks which is only about five more miles from where we are right. Now I went to Los Angeles for college and when my husband in an I ready to start a family we were looking for a community that was close enough to Los Angeles for work but it was safe. I checked out all the Megan laws to make sure that that was safe. I checked out all the schools check out all crime. I mean I really did quite a bit of research because we wanted to provide the best that we could for our children so you're so you're looking around for homes. Where did you end up locating well. it was a rather miraculous purchase but our first home was on Fallbrook Avenue Avenue in West Hills thirty miles out from Hollywood or we're very close which is why West Hills was so ideal. It's it's the community for people who can't commute too much wjr but also want to be close to work. It's a fairly affluent area calabasas right down the hills where all the celebrities live and it's a nice well to do comfortable city okay so you'll living this new life and and what happens next well when my daughter was four years old she started bruising using and she is a very active kid she's always been a Alpha female since day one name a Grace Grace Allen and so when she started bruising and I took her to the doctor. They said she's just really active little girl. There's no problem here in. I pointed out like she was. She has little bruises on her forehead red and they said well. I'm sure it's fine and they sent us home. A couple of weeks later call back and I said it doesn't feel right. I got brushed off again. Finally leash she had a giant purple scar down her whole side and I called back the doctor and said this. This can't be normal most doctors. I will never have a cancer patient and so I like to think that's why he didn't move quickly three days later. We were finally informed. That grace had every symptom of leukemia. We ended up at Children's Hospital. Los Angeles where on January twentieth we learned that she had an exceptionally rare form incredibly aggressive aggressive form of leukemia call the positive The Philadelphia Chromosome Ehlo and just as a mom and a family. I mean that's just just going to be a terrifying. I mean Con- imagine getting that news. Your whole life stops and everything crashes. We were impatient immediately for week but when I got home I would not mean to but I would just stop in the middle of an intersection forget that I was driving. I was forget where I was going. It's it's it's more than life changing really. It's hard to describe because a lot of these feelings. I have not allowed myself to process a lot of these memories. I've really worked hard hard to keep them away. Just now coming to a place where I'm starting to feel and remember and it's a hard place to go back to to be honest. It wasn't the first time she was diagnosed. That was the worst for me. The worst day of my life was when she relapsed a year and a half out of treatment that that to me was is a thousand times worse than the first one because we immediately knew that her survival rate on a on a clinical trial the first time was seventy percent survival rate which to everyone else sounds really great until the cancer parents. That's one three out of ten children and they don't tell you up front who those three are going to be so. It's not amazing in but you know it's it's there's hope when she relapsed they would not tell us her survival rate and I think it's because they knew we would lose all hope. We knew immediately that she she would need to have a bone marrow transplant. We knew what type of chemotherapy she would have. We knew she would have radiation. I mean we knew we knew what we how bad it was going to be and I think that's why the second time was so much worse than the first time the first time we were pretty naive and how did grace. How did she react react to two oldest like as a kid. You're going through this really you know and especially adults we know more like how is she coping well. It's it's interesting because I think most people assume that childhood cancer. Is You know some throwing up some discomfort in the worst parts you lose. Your hair turns out losing your child losing their hair. The easiest part of the entire journey everything else is a thousand times worse and fortunately when grace was four years old she still really really looked to my husband and I for approval and so she and because she was at the Children's hospital all the time in all the children in her ward are all bald. That was a comfortable place for her by the time she was in second. Grade is she. She knew that other kids had hair she. She knew you that she was different. She knew right after I mean the minute after we told her that she had relapsed she said am I going to die. She knew everything to and and that's tough on a kid and it was tough on my son who was only two and a half when she was diagnosed and if grace had a fever in the middle of the night we had one hour to get her life saving antibiotics so it was an emergency situation to get straight down to the children's hospital and I couldn't wake him up at three in the morning and say goodbye I but sometimes they'd be gone for three to four weeks inpatient and so he he developed a lot of a lot of his own issues and problems and heartache heartache I mean our whole family was affected. My daughter had the worst of it obviously but I don't think people quite realize the trauma brings to the entire family so because graces his cancer was so aggressive did did she need different or more kinds of treatment. She ended up having ten times. The regular dose of chemotherapy than a standard leukemia child would have and so we we spent longtime impatient because it was so devastating on her body auty. She had all kinds of issues she she couldn't eat anymore. She had sores all throughout her mouth. In fact they said it was one of the worst cases of Mucus. Itis they've ever seen it was all the way every part of your mucous. Lining in her body was covered in canker like source so she was addicted to morphine at that time the chemotherapy be gave her neuropathy where if she touched the ground she would be screaming in pain pancreatitis and blood staph infection all at the same time. When did you start noticing patents that you saw the children's cancer ward we live at the hospital more than a typical leukemia me a patient might so we met a lot of the the other families staying there and grace and I were walking down the hall one day and a mom opens the door and said I know no you from the park. I recognize your daughter. We said you know childhood cancers really rare. That's impossible. I'm sorry I don't believe you and when I went home that weekend. I found out that she was right. She was in the background of the pictures from that day and her daughter now had neuroblastoma which is in cancer more rare than my daughters and eleven months after that day she passed away at two years old and then we met the hammers lease and again in treatment and just casual conversation precision. Oh so where are you guys from and she said Seamew Valley and Simi Valley is not far from my home so that was alarming to me but I I kinda voted off. You know it's fairly populated area her daughter. Hazel also had neuroblastoma and excessively. I believe there's only six hundred cases in America. Every year of NEUROBLASTOMA and Hazel was in treatment. Hazel passed away last March after a six or seven year

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1 week. 3 suicides. 1 tragic connection to school massacres.

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11:12 min | 2 years ago

1 week. 3 suicides. 1 tragic connection to school massacres.

"Just the past two weeks. There have been three deaths by suicide people who in different ways survived mass shootings. Two were teenagers who lived through the massacre at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in Florida last year. The third was the father of a six year old girl murdered at sandy hook elementary school in Connecticut in two thousand twelve sandy and Lonnie Phillips know firsthand that kind of grief their daughter was killed nearly seven years ago in a mass shooting since then they've made it their mission to help others navigate the public, and sometimes political aftermath these tragedies they travel the country hoping to build a network of survivors and offer victims and families kind of survival guide to grief preparing them for a future. Few can imagine your identity has been stripped from you by their its mother or daddy or father. Or sister, brother? I no longer have that title. I no longer have that relationship. And when it's violence like my cars was that takes a long time to recover from some people think that there's a timetable for Greece. Yeah. Yeah. The five stages of grief. Right. And you go through all five of me think. Okay. Now, I'm done. And they don't tell you know, you get to start it all again, and they're out of sequence a lot of survivors. Just don't know that especially going into it. You might find that what you have done for the last twenty years of your life or thirty years of your life has absolutely no meaning to you anymore. And that was certainly the case for us. It wasn't long after their daughter's murder that sandy Lonnie Phillips quit their jobs. They've gotten rid of most of their belongings and rented out their house. So they can travel around the country to mass shootings hoping to meet survivors and offer help. Scene of a mass shooting is not an easy place to come to can be like walking into a stranger's funeral. We don't know each other yet, but we do now but in grief strangers can quickly become family. You got a second mom here. We sold the Phillips's in Thousand Oaks, California, where twelve people were gunned down at a country music or last November. It is one of the latest stops on their herp breaking journey. Evan lost somebody close to comprehend it. Just days before they arrived here. They were in Pittsburgh, where eleven people were murdered at the tree of life synagogue is so interesting what you're doing. You're not trained, therapists. You're not counselors, and yet you're have upended your lives and reaching out in a very individual way to people at compassion. That's what it is. Not a mine, it's about compassion compassion. We get from those people too. It's not like it's a one way deal. It was in two thousand twelve that their daughter. Jessica Galli was murdered along with eleven others in a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado. She was twenty four and an aspiring sports reporter. Can you take me back to that? He s. The young man that was with her Brent was like a son test, and she decided that she wanted to taking to the Batman movie. And when the shooting happened. They stood up and. Never made it out. Both France arrived. He he was shot trying to save her. He went into paramedic mode immediately. Because that's what he does for living. And the phone rang who call you from inside the. And I could hear the screaming going on in the background. He said there's been a shooting. And I said are you? Okay. And he said, I think I've been shot twice. And I knew them that. Okay. Something's bad. And I said, where's Jesse? Let me said. I tried. And I said is she? Okay. And he said, I did my best I tried. And I said, oh, God Brent told me she's dead. And he said, I'm really sorry. I started screaming, and she was sliding down the wall screaming, and I grabbed her and pick her up to the couch, and she kept beyond just he's dead. It's been six years now almost seven and there's not a day that goes by that we don't still get upset and still cry. Brother's suicide and a lot of people say, you know, you're now part of group which you never wish you'd be an lifetime membership and the cost of the dues might as way way too high. Sandy is sixty eight Launay seventy five twenty one. John they've been living mostly on savings, social security and goodwill. I know you're on a deadline occasionally crashing with friends days doing they started a nonprofit organization. Call saviours empowered to offer advice in kinship in the wake of mass shootings. I get a couple of hours, but also to give families practical information like how to deal with media attention or how to get a body home for a funeral. It's Lonnie just checking in on their things that happen to the families of people who've been shot in a mass killing that do not happen to families of somebody who is died under different circumstances. Exactly. The worst part is finding out that the day or child has been killed that there are already websites that have popped up and Facebook pages that have popped up saying this is a false flag. And this didn't happen. Did you have people saying just go wasn't real? She's cry. Actor a real she wasn't there. He didn't lose it. Outer all the time. Negra song sisters dead Bobby since just because murder. Sandy, son Jordan has been harassed and threatened by a man who like many conspiracy theorists claims. There was no massacre in Aurora. Today's number mother. It's hard to imagine. But similar harassment now happens to families almost every time. There's a mass shooting Ness the worst count of harm. You can do to someone and you're devastated peren become apparent becoming more devastated. Shooting at century theaters. Up to the massacre in Aurora, sandy and Lonnie who were gun owners themselves filed a lawsuit against companies that sold gear and amunition to their daughter's killer over the internet, the judge throughout the case and ordered them to pay more than two hundred thousand dollars to cover defendants legal fees contract with them consulting to declare bankruptcy. And now consult for a gun control group to make ends meet. Right here. But they say they keep that were separate from their outreach to survivors. We don't ever bring up gun TULIO. You never bring up politics or guns advocate. We don't recruit. We don't do any of that stuff until somebody shows an interest, and we tell them, you know, you're not ready yet. The course of their new lives has followed a roadmap of American tragedies. They started in new town. Then went to Isla vista San Bernardino, Orlando loss Vegas Sutherland springs. Parkland Santa Fe, Pittsburgh and Thousand Oaks each massacre is different. But the look sandy and Lonnie see on the faces of those left behind is the same can't believe in the campaign. I want to believe it on Akot and Mitch warrants seventeen year old son nNcholas who had just turned a swimming scholarship to college was murdered with sixteen others in parkland, Florida last year, I expect the come home any day, Walter the house such a great kid Nick's younger brother, Alex who was grazed by a bullet doesn't talk much about what happened. He was in a classroom across the hall from Knicks when the shooting began their parents were nearby. Waiting for school to let out Alex called us and said mama in back of an ambulance. I was hitting the back of the head. And in my mind, I didn't really worry about nNcholas because there's three thousand five hundred that that school one child shot. What's the odds of chew of my kids being shot? And I took off to the hospital finesse admit, you can wait for nNcholas and. Yeah. They waited for twelve hours before finally being told nNcholas was dead within days, a mutual friend connected them with sandy and Lonnie Phillips. Remember that first meeting? Yeah. Oh, of course, of course, they had a houseful of people we felt a little bit like we were intruding on a very private moment, which we were. But for a good reason, I I was a little skeptical in the beginning. And I'm thinking to myself, what do they want from us? Why are they here after speak until them which to we lasted for three hours three hours, though? Yeah. And they took the time just a year, and when not here Fran reason Fien ties because you're in a place. That's just not of this normal life. Can can't imagine when you open house in the morning. You're just like why should I get up today? Why should I do that? And it's just so painful to feel this pain the whole day, and then to meet somebody who has been through this and six year layers, and they're getting out of sandy and actually see a way through potentially. Right. What are some of the things you kind of the list of things? You worn a grieving parent list is I know you don't wanna get out of bed right now. But you're gonna live through this in spite of it just know that it's going to take you a long time. That's number one. Number two, people are ripping you off right now as we're speaking there's probably a gofundme page somewhere and raising funds for the families and that money goes into their Bank account. You'll never see it. So be careful who you trust. So it's an introduction mass shooting grief one, oh, one to help them keep up the Phillips's or trying to create a net. Work of survivors who can quickly respond to mass shootings anywhere in the country. Volunteers like, Shannon, Caputo she met sandy and Lonnie in two thousand seventeen after surviving the massacre at a music festival in Las Vegas when I first met them. I asked him if I could go to parkland with them because that was after Vegas, and she was like, no, Honey, you're not ready for this yet. She's telling her story, and I'm listening to her and

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Stone ABC news Thousand Oaks, California. Some of the survivors of the borderline bar shooting had also survived last year's massacre at a country music festival in Las Vegas and before two thousand eighteen could come to a close yet another mass shooting. You're target the historic tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh. Heard the piece of Saturday morning services at the tree of life synagogue, shattered by gunfire. Police rushed to the scene where they to come under fire. Now with a moment swat team officers corner. The suspect identified as forty seven year old Robert Bowers. Eleven people were killed six wounded including the gunman and Pittsburgh. Mayor Bill Peduto like so many of his constituents is left to wonder why we as a society are better than this. Pete combs, ABC news gun violence was a feature of the twentieth. Eighteen midterm elections was several gun control candidates winning seats in congress house. Democrats were the big winners in the midterm election day in America. Celebrated record number of successful female candidate led the way to victory, but in a news conference the morning after the election. President Trump also claimed victory Republican party defied history to expand our Senate majority while significantly beating expectations in the house for the midtown. And matern year. Laming Republicans who didn't embrace him for their losses Mia. Love gave me no love and she lost to bed. Sorry about that. Now with Republicans maintaining control of the Senate and Democrats taking control of the house in two thousand nineteen President Trump's relationship with congress will become that much more difficult. Lana Zak ABC news the capitol, but before a new democratic speaker of the house could be sworn in the government will have to reopen and the last weeks of two thousand eighteen the doors of government were shuttered a border funding fight led to a partial government shutdown tweet. President Trump condemned what he called Democrats quote, obstruction of the desperately needed wall. In a statement. White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, accused Democrats of quote going home instead of negotiating without mentioning that most Republicans went home as well. In a statement, a spokesman for incoming house speaker Nancy Pelosi noted the Democrats have in fact offered border security funding, but not as the spokesman put it for the quote immoral ineffective and expensive wall alley Rogan ABC news Washington as the debate between. Democrats in the White House rages on one thing is for certain a crisis building up all year has spilled over at the southern border. ABC news senior national correspondent with more homeland security admitting the immigration system has reached a breaking point the second deadly Guatemalan child under the age of eight three weeks triggering a slew of investigations one is already underway by customs and border protection. Democrats in congress promising another secretary of homeland security, Kristen Nielsen,.

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"News Thousand Oaks, California. Some of the survivors of the borderline bar shooting had also survived last year's massacre at a country music festival in Las Vegas and before twenty eighteen could come to a close yet another mass shooting. About killing. The target the historic tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh. Shots are heard the piece of Saturday morning services at the tree of life synagogue, shattered by gunfire. Police rushed to the scene where they to come under fire. Now with the moment swat team officers corner. The suspect identified as forty seven year old Robert Bowers. In all eleven people are killed six wounded including the gunman and Pittsburgh. Mayor Bill Peduto like so many of his constituents is left to wonder why we as a society are better than this. Pete combs ABC news violence was a feature of the two thousand eighteen midterm elections with several gun control candidates winning seats in congress house. Democrats were the big winners in the mid term elections. New day in America. Celebrated a record number of successful female candidate led the way to victory, but in a news conference the morning after the election. President Trump also claimed victory the Republican party defied history to expand our Senate majority well significantly beating expectations in the house for the midtown. And matern year. Laming Republicans who didn't embrace him for their losses Mia. Love gave me no love and she lost to bed. Sorry about that. And now with Republicans maintaining control of the Senate and Democrats taking control of the house in two thousand nineteen President Trump's relationship with congress will become that much more difficult. Lana Zak ABC news capitol, but before a new democratic speaker of the house could be sworn in the government will have to reopen and the last weeks of two thousand eighteen the doors of government were shuttered a border funding fight led to a partial government shutdown tweet. President Trump condemned what he called Democrats quote, obstruction of the desperately needed wall. In a statement. White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, accused Democrats of quote going home instead of negotiating without mentioning that most Republicans went home as well. In a statement, a spokesman for incoming house speaker Nancy Pelosi noted the Democrats have in fact offered border security funding, but not as the spokesman put it for the quote immoral ineffective and expensive wall alley Rogan ABC news Washington as the debate between. Democrats in the White House rages on one thing is for certain a crisis building up all year has spilled over at the southern border. ABC news senior national correspondent Matt Guzman. With more homeland security admitting the immigration system has reached a breaking point the second death lake watermelon child under the age of eight three weeks triggering a slew of investigations one is already underway by customs importer protection. Democrats in congress promising another secretary of homeland security, Kristen Nielsen, releasing a.

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Manafort lied and breached plea agreement; Cohen deserves prison

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Manafort lied and breached plea agreement; Cohen deserves prison

"NPR's Carrie Johnson, says prosecutors also disclosed new information about Trump's former personal lawyer prosecutors in New York say Michael Cowan deserves. A substantial prison sentence. They say he acted in coordination with an at the direction of individual one, whom we know is the president in campaign finance probe of payments to stormy Daniels. And Karen McDougal, I two women with whom Trump allegedly had personal relationships. The document also says Cohen consulted with Donald Trump about meetings with Russian officials in Moscow part of a highly lucrative Trump Tower Moscow deal that never came to fruition. The White House. Push back with press secretary Sarah Sanders, saying Cohen is no hero. Friendly fire is being blamed for the death of a sheriff's sergeant responding to the scene of a mass shooting in California last month. NPR's Martin Kosti reports twelve people were killed at the border line bar and grill in Thousand Oaks on November seventh one of them

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Deputy died from friendly fire in California mass shooting, police say

WBZ Afternoon News

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Deputy died from friendly fire in California mass shooting, police say

"Say sheriff's deputy killed in that mass shooting at a border line bar and grill in Thousand Oaks last month was killed by a bullet fired by a fellow officer ABC's, Alex. Stowed with a sad update Ventura County sheriff's sergeant Ron he lays died as a result of friendly fire. This new development announced by sheriff Billy you who says he lists we shot five times, but a suspect, but those wounds were survivable it was his sixth bullet from California Highway Patrol officers gone that hit Hilo his heart. We believe that sergeant helix was clearly not the intended target of the CHP officer which further illustrates the extreme situation. Both men face. He says the two officers were in a fierce gunbattle with this aspect wind sergeant he

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Ron Hillis, Thousand Oaks And Ventura County discussed on Gary and Shannon

Gary and Shannon

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Ron Hillis, Thousand Oaks And Ventura County discussed on Gary and Shannon

"The sheriff's sergeant Ron Hillis who died during a firefight at the borderline bar and grill mass shooting last month and Thousand Oaks was killed by friendly fire or founding finding out today he was hit five times by the shooter there, but they're saying today was ultimately killed by a sixth shot from the CHP officers. A our style rifle this is according to the Ventura County sheriff today saying this news is extremely difficult for all of us to process and understand the highway patrol officer who fired that fatal shot nine year. Veteran of the department has voluntarily taken time off sergeant Ron Hillis was wearing body armor during the shooting, but the rifle shot was able to penetrate the vest and

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Morial Services, Garth Brooks And Thousand Oaks discussed on Orlando's News at Noon

Orlando's News at Noon

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

Morial Services, Garth Brooks And Thousand Oaks discussed on Orlando's News at Noon

"For a moment of the Morial services. Played today for the sheriff's deputy who ran into the line of fire at a country bar Thousand Oaks sergeant Ron helix was among the twelve people killed before the shooter took his own life Garth Brooks, dedicated last night's see award show to those

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Israeli elections seem likely after Lieberman's resignation

24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Israeli elections seem likely after Lieberman's resignation

"They'll have to wait for infrastructure repairs in the community before they can return, you gotta do debris removal, you've got to be able to understand the types of housing that are available. It's not just dragging FEMA travel trailers in the Environmental Protection Agency says long term exposure to a newer compound used in nonstick coatings like Teflon appears to be dangerous even in tiny quantities. The jenex compound was detected in drinking water near a factory in North Carolina country music awards opened with a tribute to the shooting victims from Thousand Oaks, California, AP digital news back in a moment. Grand

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Amnesty Says Panicked Civilians Fled Hospital in Hodeida

Pacifica Evening News

01:52 min | 3 years ago

Amnesty Says Panicked Civilians Fled Hospital in Hodeida

"And misty international says heavy fighting near a hospital in Yemen. Forced hundreds of patients to flee across the street some carrying their own medical equipment as shrapnel rain down on them. The rights group described the scenes of chaos from Sunday's fighting near the all throw hospital in the port city of data and mistakes. Lynn me said today that as the battle for control of her data intensifies both sides seem intent on a visceral the laws of war and just regarding the protected status of even the most vulnerable civilians a Saudi led coalition has been battling Yemen's Hootie rebels since March of two thousand fifteen and a war that's killed. Tens of thousands of people. The fighting is currently focused on data a port city through which impoverished Yemen imports seventy percent of its food and humanitarian aid the United Nations says hundreds of thousands of people are fleeing the escalating fighting in the city William Dennis lab reports around back to have control data since two thousand fourteen but there's been an increase in fighting there over the past week as the Saudi led coalition seek to wrestle back control of the port city, the UN refugee agency belief four hundred forty five thousand people affect the area since June, but a major fairs the thousands, and now trapped in the crossfire data is the entry point for around eighty percent of Yemen's food imports and eight agencies warned there fully soaked on the city could spoke fannin UN now, call on all sides to allow civilians access to an emergency shows and warehouse. This had its access cut off because of the fighting. New york. You're listening to the evening news and KPFA Berkeley, KPFK, Los Angeles KFC, Fresno, online, KPFA dot org. This is an hour. Long newscast airing each night at six can hear the entire newscast archived online KPFA dot org and you'll find selected reporter pieces there as well. I'm Mark miracle with max Pringle, investigators working to understand why a gunman killed twelve people at a southern California bar said today, they have no new information to release. Authorities have not shared what motive might have led twenty eight year old ex-marine he and David long to snap Ventura County sheriff's officials urged patients, noting the large investigations take time they gunman shot and killed himself as law enforcement closed in on the borderline bar and grill last Wednesday night, a high school coach, Ian, David long says she repeatedly reported. Behavioral problems, but to no avail EV clue says administrators dismissed her concerns about Ian, David long clue says that long was a ticking time bomb constantly lost his temper and once assaulted a fellow coach a memorial was being held in Napa today for eighteen year old Elena house Louis who was one of the victims. After the recent rash of mass shootings, including the one Thousand Oaks physicians across the country are stepping up their efforts to combat gun violence. Eric ticket off reports the American college of physicians, the country's largest medical specialty organization says the failure to act meaningful gun control legislation undermines the country, and it's healthcare systems foundational values. Dr Melissa Hagman is governor of the group's Idaho chapter and says she's had difficult conversations with patients about firearms. She says gun violence is a public health issue and should be thought of as an epidemic mass shootings. Individuals shootings people who lose their lives due to. Domestic violence where there's a weapon involved if epidemic gets people's attention. I think that's the appropriate word. It just seems like something that our country is too great to be having as many deaths needlessly due to firearms each of the most deadly mass shootings. This year have left at least ten people dead. The American college of physicians recommends laws that prohibit people with a history of domestic violence from buying or possessing firearms extreme risk prevention orders that allow families to petition courts for the removal of a family members firearms and a ban on semi automatic and automatic weapons opponents of these proposals say they violate Americans second amendment rights Hagman says it's important not to conflate people who commit violence with firearms with those who simply feel strongly about a person's ability to have access and carry guns, and none of them that I've ever spoken to have ever wanted anyone to be harmed needlessly. So I think there is common ground for people to continue these discussions and to work towards legislation and other ways to keep people safer than they currently are the ACP hopes there will be a shift in the narrative on guns and also has developed policy research. Gently recognizing that hate crimes are a major public health issue for public news service. I'm Eric take it off Democratic Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer said he would seek to tie a measure protecting special counsel Robert Muller to must pass legislation. If acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker does not recuse himself from oversight of the probe Schumer said keeping Whittaker in charge of the investigation would create a constitutional crisis and said if he doesn't recuse himself Democrats would push to introduce legislation to protect Muller's investigation Schumer and other top Democrats sent a letter to the Justice department that calls for the DOJ's chief ethics officer to disclose whether he had devised Whittaker to recuse himself from oversight of the probe. The Democrats cited Whitaker's past public statements which included an op Ed article in which he said Muller would be straying outside his mandate. If he investigated, President Trump's family finances. He also. Previously tweeted, an ex prosecutors opinion that described Muller Lynch mob and what she said was a worthy read, Los Angeles. Democrat Adam Schiff says the incoming chair of the house intelligence committee. He spoke to NBC we have every right to expect all of the employees at the Justice department to fall the ethics rules, and that means especially they turn in general, but, you know, wanna make this very clear if he doesn't recuse himself if he has any involvement whatsoever in this Russia probe we are going to find out whether he made commitments the president about the probe whether he is serving as a back channel to the president or his lawyers about the probe. Whether he's doing anything to fear with a probe. Mr. Whittaker needs to understand that he will be called to answer in any role that he plays. We'll be exposed to the public New York. Democrat Jerry Nadler, the incoming chairman of the House Judiciary committee described Trump's appointment of Whittaker as an attack on the Mueller investigation and said protecting. That probe will be his committee's top priority. Last week word leaked out the special counsel Muller has prepared a number of sealed grand jury indictments including one charging President Trump's son, Don, jR, Karen Greenberg, director of the center for national security at Fordham university's school of law told the Sunday shows Philip mulberry. She believes the perception that Muller is closing in has rattled Trump accounting for his firing of Jeff Sessions and his appointment of Matt Whitaker as a successor and his outburst last week's post-election press conference. I think

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Thousand Oaks, Sheriff Corey Honi And Westlake Village discussed on John and Ken

John and Ken

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Thousand Oaks, Sheriff Corey Honi And Westlake Village discussed on John and Ken

"The state's most destructive on record tied for the most deadly. Additional six human remains were recovered, which brings our current total to twenty nine view county. Sheriff Corey Honi says most of the bodies found yesterday were inside homes. One was in a car friends at crews have been called in to identify bones and bone fragments as of last night a couple of hundred people were still listed as missing that. Fire is burned. One hundred thirteen thousand acres and destroyed more than sixty four hundred homes. It's twenty five percent contained students at Cal Lutheran are back on campus in Thousand Oaks at least one recent graduate from the school was killed last week in that mass shooting at borderline bar and grill less than twenty four hours later massive wildfires in the area force many people out of their homes. Some say the tragedies have been difficult to process this calif- students has campus feels like a ghost town. I don't know if it's fear is just anticipation that coming back, but I know me personally, I had issues coming back. Once I evacuated from Westlake village. School officials say classes are on a

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"The way that they reacted to the local community in Thousand Oaks, California where the Rams practice facility has been placed. And the Rams will be practicing. For the rest of this season. And obviously that's where they're going to be. That the way they reacted to the local shooting at the the borderline bar. And with a dozen people in over dozen people, including a member of law enforcement getting shot to death in a bar. On a a college night where it's mostly. College students faith who came over from Pepperdine, which is in Malibu to a bar to line dance where they were not serving alcohol, by the way. Just to go on hang out dance. Spend a night with their college mates line. Dancing in some lunatic comes in and shoots up the bar. And over a dozen people are dead in the way that the Rams reached out to the community that then was going to burn to cinders in a fire Thousand Oaks, California, and all the other communities around it still this moment in flames. It really is folks. Just in case you're wondering wherever you are. It is like an apocalypse has hit the communities in that area. Calabasas Agora hills just in a few in Malibu parts of Malibu up in flames. Up in flames and the Rams. Over forty members of the team and staff evacuating their homes running for their lives, not knowing if their homes are still existing. Just like the members of the community. They're all just like us here in southern California. The Rams and the way that they have reached out to the community and the way that they have. Lived through it and excelled the way that they did yesterday is just a monumental achievement. And as you will hear from Andrew Whitworth their lineman who protects the backside of Jared Goff who donated his game check to the border line. Bar shooting victims this week. Whose family was evacuated. One of the many members of the Rams whose family was evacuated. Andrew Whitworth and the Rams are about the hop. A flight to Colorado today to start practicing in out to two in advance of their Monday night game in Mexico City against the chiefs. Rams became a Los Angeles team this week the way that they talked about the community the way that they walked it and talked it and lived it one of us. That happened this week. And I've got a four plus game lean over the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC west. Kudos to them the way the handle their business and also to the front office who I guess is. You'll hear from Andrew Whitworth when he calls in about six minutes from now basically told players evacuate save the receipts. We got it. We got it figured out. Whatever you gotta do with your family. Imagine, I couldn't even imagine. They're hopping a flight to Colorado to hang out for the week to go to try and do work to leave the country. I couldn't do it. Eight four four two four rich number two dollar on the program. Andrew whitworth. Gonna join us. Mike home Jonas. Sam amick of the athlete in USA today will be joining us with the latest on the association for the poll question over there. Christopher okay. What can at the NFC playoff picture? These five teams are currently not in the NFC playoffs. But which has the best chance to sneak in got Packers. Falcons seahawks. Eagles cowboys. Okay going. They all four wins to about falcons. Dow's that's going to be a huge week eleven game. And I'm going to get this. Right. I'm going to get this. Right. You know, why? Because I woke up today feeling dangerous. Baker Mayfield people this guy. Baker mayfield. Eight four four two four rich number down. When we come back. Andrew Whitworth who is heading out to Colorado today with his family evacuated from their home his game. Check in the hands shortly of the victims of the awful shooting in Thousand Oaks, California. That's next year on the rich Eisen show. Online dot AG is absolutely spectacular. Live odds. Quick payouts. The only place you want to be wagering online..

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"And what we can do to help is that I wanna help his family. So what we're going to do is. We're going to take our pimp and joy line, which is all about spreading, positively. We don't keep any that money. And if you do buy shirt or a hoodie or hat. It's all going to go toward toward that. So yeah, we restock some stuff's of anybody's wanting to do anything like just now's the time. That's what this is about trying to do our part, and you can actually get something. That's a reminder to choose join spread joy to others as you're wearing it. And know that it went towards helping out a family that this really devastated right now. Yeah. Died a hero. So yeah, it's Bobby dot com. He was shot by gunman who killed eleven others at borderline bar and grill Thousand Oaks, California. He was among the first arrived on the scene in the bar with a California Highway Patrol officer. So he exchanged gunfire with suspect. They identified the suspect now as you may have seen. Shot multiple times. He died at the hospital on Thursday morning. He was a twenty nine year veteran department was looking to retire in the next year. So and it goes on. So what we wanna do is? We wanna pointed toward that. And if you guys want listen courage to if you don't want something joy thing find a way to help. Anyway. Right. You know, this just a way that we have it up ready. You know, we're always trying to do things. And this is what we're gonna do now. So anything aim you want to say about that? No. I think you said it right to that. It's not if this isn't something that you want to help find a way to help if you can just somewhere always get involved. I just it's just a reminder that crazy things like this are happening. And it's a reminder to try to just continue to spread positivity and for people to I don't know if you see someone struggling try to help them or get help if you think you need help. I just I don't know. It's a thing some of the Thousand Oaks victims survive the mass shooting in Las Vegas. Oh my gosh. Yeah. So people who survived the borderland bar and grill shooting that left thirteen dead total including the gunman also escaped the mass shooting route ninety one last year. I saw this in a couple places in New York Times story in the Los Angeles Times. Their country music fans. It's country music bar. Yeah. I don't know. I have a pile of stories here. And it's just I don't know we all are feeling the same way about it. And you turn on the TV. And it's just people yelling at each other about what to do about next time. And instead of us doing that. It's just well, what can we do to help? And so that's what we're gonna do Bobby bones dot com..

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"That's what my dog does to other dogs. Never means anything. He's just fucking nuts. So I did a move with him. I was taking them for walk. You know that thing you do once in a while you do shit to your dog, they probably don't need, and they probably don't like. But you decide that you need it. And you like it. I was like, yeah. It's getting hot just dumped water on his head. We did the same thing. I like it. I don't know why he doesn't seem like it. But I've decided. Our dog's laser combination annoyed confused and get this water off me. Yeah. It's basically same thing. I do when I'm pissing outside. And I go, oh, there's aunts. The on these sand so task because otherwise it would be a waste of be. Right. But if I can he on something that's living. That's the way to go. Then that's what God wants for all his children. Right. Absolutely. Yeah. Same thing. I do my dice. It just on Phil said while I'm don't. Yeah. Fill does the we're. But Phil does his head his jowls are so big and actually makes us slapping salary law. It's like Nixon not a grown. Sorry about this vomit scam. Roese this check this out. So the next time you use Uber. Check your Bill the trip could be a little more expensive than you thought. And it's because of a fraudulent reason so it's called the vomit fried. It's a scam repeatedly denounced in social networks, yet taking place all over the world. So this is what it is passages. Request there. Uber car they deliver them to the destination. All good, no problem. They get out. But soon the passenger receives a note from Uber. Reporting an adjustment in the Bill and an extra charge that can rain for range from eighty bucks to one hundred and fifty bucks, depending on how crooked you are. The passenger is totally unaware of what's happening. They call Hooper. And the I replied, I get is quote, your driver notified us that during your trip. There was an incident in the vehicle and therefore had to authorize a one hundred fifty dollar cleanup fi. You're like what the fuck. I didn't do anything that Lubar driver has on hand a picture of the back of his car sprayed with vomit. Nettie sends to anybody who he's charged one hundred fifty dollars and Uber happily sends the picture to the to us. Look, he sent us this picture. What do you want us to do? You threw up all over his car charging another hundred and fifty bucks. It's so weird. Like, what percentage of the planet? Yeah. I'm with the story of it. But also get home safe tonight. What percentage of the planet is like, yeah. I would like to have money could buy nice things. But I definitely can't work. That's kind of out of the question. Bridge that gap. I wasn't nice shit debt work is not on the table. So I should probably spend a lifetime trying to get other people who do work to give me some of their money. Let's see I could be a really shitty career politician. I could do slip and falls at the supermarket. I could come up with internet scams. I still spend all of my fuck and working hours. I should say waking hours not fucking working but figuring out shit to do that will probably yield me less money than working overall. But I definitely can't work that's for suckers and rich people who aren't criminals shops. It's a fucking weird. Hey, you guys tell me in the pantheon of things to argue with with your wife or not I wanted to start a new game show called is it worth it. All right. Every time my wife now when I call a new guy shows up and Daihatsu charade with to fucking space saver spares on one side and me and four other guys pile into the back, and we go to the Burbank airport Lynette goes solo and the now what the limo tint polls up black. And then I say this is that like the black or Uber excellence or Uber expense is that she says it's just over. And then I go it's just too. But why down that's all they got around here. I must have been nearby or something round locking yada. What are you going to do? Anyway, we're gonna have fun spending your money in Chicago. And then she. Splits. And I always kinda wanna go..

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"You. So semi penis. Some are saying it's hot out. It's been in the nineties and the hundreds of people are miserable fans are sold out everywhere. But it's not all bad, apparently, whether does have one positive effect on men, some men are claiming that the heat is giving them some are penis that's the phenomenon in which the heat causes penises to appear longer. And there is a read it for them on some are penis. Knows what I'm talking about. Worse. Wine, cooler Bartos and James ever came up. Guys out the raspberry explosion was bad summer. Penis. Well, and all yeah. Shit did not fly off the shelves. Now. Yes. Good news about news from our Las focus group. Penis not just to. Well. I agree. We we all think we all agree that summer. Penis is is good. I think I have talked to Dr drew about why the brothers seem to have a bigger pitas. He basically explained that. Well, look, if you think about anyone who comes from any place where it's very hot. And you're near the equator and stuff like that you get long and drawn out when you're little closer to live in an igloo, you get a little shorter tighter stood out. I mean because. Well. I'm not saying eskimo cock is small. Picture the eskimo in general and now picture the brothers. And there's a little difference in you know. Things out now. I also have a theory. I'm only going to do twenty minutes on black cock? And then we're gonna move on. Because I think there's. Story about children's safety. I think it's important that we all need to hear. But first twenty minutes on black. Cock. My theory is the reason we all think black. Dick's are big is because the only engorge black dick you've ever seen in a porn movie. It's not like, wait a minute. I've seen a lot of hard black. Cock just you know in my entry hall. At the trader Joe's around the office. I see a lot. Yeah. No a lot of hard Blackhawk. No, you see, no hard black. Cock. The only black. Cock you ever see is in porn movies. And because we still have a long way to go long. We will only hire black guys for porn movies with a huge cherry picking. I dream of a world. Were young bland, a young black man with a minute to flourish in the Bourne industry, I world where young white man and young with the same size can get the same pay in the same day. I dream world feeling right? We're not there yet. Look, I I love to work this out. But I'd like to find a brother with. You know with a miniature cock to show up at a lot of porn places. Go. Hey, I'm looking for what up? Oh this. Yeah. Don't worry eight pussy then. It'd be like, no, no pack up your micro. Cock. Did back in your probably Pontiac and. Could be a Chrysler three hundred. I'm not saying could be Chrysler three hundred. Well, let's race. It's only by people. But. And head out. I have a dream to a block man with a slightly smaller than average Calcuta. Dull films? Yes. Yes. I realize uplift their. Yeah. Sorry. That's my black. Cock. They're here. We go. We're we're way summer moving on from summer penis to vagina steaming because we want this to be fair and balanced. So doctors are suggesting that women please stop steaming your vagina did they start. Yes. They did celebrities like when it's Paltrow Christie Teagan touted the benefits of the giants steaming. And according to Dr Vanessa McKay, she's a spokesperson for the Royal College about statics, quote, it's a myth that the giant any cleaning like that as it is designed to clean itself. The China contains good bacteria, which are there to protect it. If those bacteria are disturbed can lead to infection. She added steaming the Jonah could affect this healthy balance of bacteria and ph levels because I don't know if you've seen it, but on Instagram critique and posted many, videos and pictures squatting over of China steamer, isn't she married to John legend. If I came home tonight, and like Lynette was squatting over a tea kettle like holding her phone out like that..

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"They go in there. They get their fucking red vines and all their shit, and they're eighty dollars where this shit. I I if I wanted candy in a movie theater I had to fuck in smuggle the shit in like I was getting a cell phone into a prisoner. Right. Like. Hey, you want to get those Mike and hikes in there? You know, how to do it? You could leave him in the box. But. That's gotta be tough rise worse. I say just feed him in once when a time putting bullets in a magazine, you know, what I mean just feed man, go has such a weird. If they find those you don't know me, it's all so insane. Because when I was a kid, you know, you could see a triple feature for Bach or buck fifty at the local movie theatre. I'm sure three musketeers bar was twenty cents or twenty five cents at the at the supermarket. Whatever I know the contestants dams, maybe thirty cents or something for that really had to stop somewhere by the shed. And then have. Have my mom load us up like it was midnight express, you know, like fucking shoving shit down our pants pushing all in the name of saving eighteen cents humiliating. You know, you get a fucking chocolate rash down in your ball sack. But you so. My kids go there, and they go we're going full recline. And they were on I go there, and I'm not really prepared. And I'm wearing my sweatpants, and I do the full recline. And all I do is here. Everything I own hit the ground. She sounds like to cell phones at the ground keys change wall. Clip everything just go full recline, everything hits the ground. Now, you're in this weird zone, which is the movie his started, can you enjoy this movie knowing that your wallet money clip, keys and cell phone or on the sticky cement underneath your ass. Or do you make the move now to get down on the world's worst ground? You know, what I mean like what is worse than that fucking sticky gooey mass that's at the front of a movie theater or you able to just block it out until the end of the movie with you can search for because all you're going to think the whole time. Don't let me forget my wallet. Don't let me forget my wallet. Don't let me forget my wallet. Because it's under you, you're going to get up and leave and if the theater's packed you never know what mischievous kid behind reaching, Dan. Yeah. Or whatever. So the full reclined thing. Thing is good. Although I do not like the kids enjoying themselves. I don't like it when their feet don't make it to the end. You know what? I mean, they're going to fall. Okay. Danny got another three feet of real estate. Feed me, more Gandhi. I don't like them enjoying themselves that much I don't like them being that comfortable, and I don't like all my shit on the floor. And look, I gotta just break down and get a fucking fanny pack. I mean, it's time. I gotta go full. I gotta go full fanny. I'm going to get a turquoise bell in a fanny pack and just go. Fuck it off to the races talk. All you like, I don't care you. You talk the whole time your wallets on the fucking ground. Stuck up there with Mr. pip and sprite and my walls Ryan where I like it above my huge turquoise belt. Buckle. All right. What else? All right, next one Sherry Scooby of thousand Sherri, Sherri overheating. Wiz with the movie theater. I don't know why don't fully trust the drink colder as putting it in. I'm always a little trepidation like a little because a time. You don't know if it's got the, you know, the x plan to keep from falling or if it's just one of those gets narrower. Yeah. An open bottom always a little this is what we call the first world problem. I'd like to go to the OPN be like, you know, when you're fully reclining leather chair first run movie, and you're watching Star Wars, you got a huge bottle of Evian. You know, how when you put it in the holder..

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Wasn't remember discussing that really sensitive information? And I kept saying what? Yeah. In my bathroom. I do want some sound in there. I'm all for that fucking sound. All right. Sorry. What's the next next one knee? I'm gonna say Neal Lemke from seamy valley. Where are you? Neil. Right here. Second round. Ooh. Out of how hey, how are you? Good shared. I like it. What are is not a look every guy can pull off. You my friend can who are the guys with the chunks of turquoise because I feel like you could get a hubcap size belt buckle of nothing but turquoise for under thirty dollars. Why does that what is this saying about you the turquoise guy? You got the turquoise shirt? You don't get the chunks little bit of down with the native American calls. It says, I'm spiritual and Godley. Okay. I don't I've been discussed stale. Yes, I've been to Scottsdale that's what the turquoise. I'm telling Theresa you said that. Yeah, it's weird because it's not even precious. Right. It has no on. It's not there's no industrial applications like oh those blades that cut. Granted. They've got turquoise in them. Fucking soft. Weird rock that's blue. But beside the novelty of the blue part, we're done. Sorry. Go ahead go how can you complain about? I love these the super comfy fully reclining chairs at the new like newer, movie theaters. Here's here's here's so I can complain about those those seats first off, I don't like my kids having a life. That's eighty times better than mine. Was I like it. Three and a half. Maybe four times as good as my childhood, but not fucking eighty times. Like in my world. I watched a black and white TV that was thirteen inches. It was. Yeah. It was it was thirteen inches across in nineteen inches deep. Like, it was literally deeper than it was why you talk about the pants ratio. That's a bad ratio for TV's. But yeah. Why I would like to live in a world where my kids enjoyed a twenty six and a half inch TV that sometimes had Kulla, but not a fucking sixty five incher where they got to talk to whoever was on TV, and they talked back. I don't fuck and like that I don't like them going to the movie theater and then going into full Cape Canaveral launch mode. A guy with an oxygen boxy star. Man. Do they have their their seconds?.

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I'll drive the kids. She's a hero. I will simply drive them at three thirty and bring them myself. That took about twenty minutes. I do not know what's going on with fuck and kids because I felt like my entire childhood was just waiting around for my parents, do something it'd be like could I get a ride to Lewis house and van is in eleven hours. Where do you doing? But I'm going to be in my room. So I'll be there for a m somewhere between four and five in the morning. Can I come get you three hour? If you not you're not going. Why body Chris Bom? His dad is gone. Rick big Rick Bom, Rick Bohm was the greatest because he ran a transmission shop he had a truck. He had motorcycles also had a little cocaine problem and a little boost problem. But he was the fun dad. I'll be to be that was going to say the problem is if you're not the fun, dad. Oh, he was the fun dad, and the thing that would be funny is the biggest excitement I ever had in my childhood was going out motorcycle riding dirt bike riding with Rick Bom, and Chris and his dad, and we in his little brother, we'd go to aqua- Josi canyon up there or go ride. Yeah. Okay. We again. Right. So you don't. So we go we go riding the thing that was comical as we would sit in the bed of his short bed. Chevy pickup truck in between the motorcycles that were tied down. All the fuck it way down. Yes. Endangering kids welfare love it. Yeah. I love it. I wish I wish I could do that kids but shut up to the parents of the corner. I would say to Chris if the greatest thing ever now when you go motorcycle riding you wanna get going. You got a load up those bikes and you've got a head out of town. And you gotta get as much writing as you can get in before the sun goes down. So I would sleep over Chris house, and I would say all right. What time we head now? And Chris might dad says seven AM, we're loaded up and we're on on the road wheels up seven AM. All right, fine. I get up at like six forty five. Chris would be up at six forty five. Rick came home drunk twenty minutes earlier. Hi on coke. Just passed out in the bedroom. Chris couldn't go wake him up because he'd get a boot thrown at his head or something. We would just sit there just like when we go. What are we gonna go at some point? It would be like noon, and Chris would go I can make a Cup of coffee, and I can set it on the nightstand. But I can't really do more than that than the cartoon the steam, the smell would make the come hither and he'd follow it out to the right. Really more of a question for DCFS, by the way. If if I told my daughter, we were going to Disneyland wheels up at seven AM, she would be in my room at seven five going what the fuck, and if I told her get out, I sleep as long as I will. I would be woken up moments later by Mark Garriga's. Who would be representing my daughter could be fair law soon serve you he'd be serving me. She got the fucking street. She goes and free. She was she. Has on retainer. I know it, and she would he would fuck it serve me papers. And I would have to go to Disneyland. I absolutely how it goes. There would be no more. Oh, we have to wait. We would sit around wait six hours for Rick Bom to get the fuck up by the time. We got doc with dosage canyon. It was getting dark. The thing you mentioned earlier does that still happen. I'd have all the time. And I was a kid. Does this still happen? Parents still do this. When you're like, oh, what are we going to go get the ice cream, thirty minutes. Can we go to fuss five more minutes? Five more minutes. Yes, keeps escalating. No United speak. My my kids can bug whoever. They want as long as they want with no repercussions at all. We would keep getting I was basically like on devil's island like in that movie peppy on like, okay? You gotta thirty years, then, but you get caught trying to escape we're gonna tack ten years on and five in the whole like you would would keep adding on..

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And then my wife because she can't tolerate sanity goes, wait. Whoa. Get old to get the kids and take the kids to the shop. Olga lives in studio city. So she would have to drive from studio city past Glendale to lock in Yatta. Get the kids and turn around and go back to Glendale and then turn around and go back to lock in Yatta. Is this also sunny wouldn't have to play fortnight on different couch. This is all this is simply to do something different than I'm suggesting it really. That's that's the only allure to it is this is something other than the geniuses suggesting the genius. Who pays for everything has an idea? Let's reject it. We must reject this idea. This this cannot worm. I gotta lambere Gainey Mira. And I'm a rich man, you should at least hear me out. So I say wait a minute August going to leave studio city, she's gonna come to lock in Yatta. She's going to get the kids should go to Glendale. What a waste of driving coach on the cloud. Here's the cash comes in. Lynette says. And this is when I really should've had her institutionalized. I realized should had a guy white suit with a butterfly net. Like just chase her down. Fifty one fifty said what time you going to Kimble's? I said we're I gotta be there. Four thirty leave the shop. I will leave the studio at four. She said I'll have all come at three thirty pick the kids up drop them back off at Glendale. Then she can just go home cutting close. I said all right, but I'm paying her for fucking day of war. Just a heavy drive from studio city to lock in. Even the fact that we're this far into this conversation is insanely insulting the kids should get in the fucking air. Conditioned Jag with the Carinthian leather. And drive with their fucking dad giant warehouse where they can look at the lambere Gainey Mira. Lynette announces.

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:19 min | 3 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"But if you're the lead desk, you just go they rather have him her her. I think she has a stepson. They'd rather book tonight if they could get him it's most wanted. Yes. It's literally a whole way of a who's who they'd rather have than you. But I. I had this thing with my wife, or I said what the hey, can I say what the fuck with kids? Yeah. Finally, someone saying it. No. But here, here's here's the thing. When I was a kid in somebody had to do something that you didn't wanna do you just went with them. And then it'd be like, well, you know, your dad's going cigar shopping for seven hours. What are we gonna do? I don't know sit in the fucking Kahn or sit out on that that stupid pony in front of the thing just feed nickel. And that's when kids were kids sit on that blazing hot piece of metal and just do nothing for four hours. Like literally what I'm doing? Now is exactly what you would do on that fucking. There was a spaceship with like a steering wheel that wasn't hooked up to anything. You know, there was a car with the same steering wheel. Just. L endless Brodie knob. Just the just a carriage bolt going nowhere, and you just keep spending it in the car. The car would do with jostle you you'd sit on a blazing hot piece of metal with pigeon shit all over it. And then you just sit there and go all this is fucking better than sitting at home. Going to keep turning this wheel keep pretending to drive. Yeah. Pretending drive. Hey while you're there. Here's one of those fake candy cigarettes and then near beer, you can just put the put the fake cigarette with the powdered sugar in your mouth cracking near beer holder. Steering wheel is not hooked up to anything Saturday night. We got this nine year old floozy who's all chicken? Be your bench did a cigarette. Get your near beer, go full Chappaquiddick when you steer it into the end of the lake oh too soon to folks cut more decades. Oh, I'm saying is we have these insane things with the kids, which is I am going to the warehouse. I'm going to the studio I'm going there. One o'clock. I'm gonna do the podcast when I'm done with the podcast. I'm gonna get change. And I'm going over to Kimmel's. Okay. My kids wanna come to Kimmel's. But the big question is what do they do in the interim, my answer get the fuck in the car and go with daddy to the fucking podcast and do anything while I'm doing the podcast, but because the little precious Faberge eggs have to be inner tained all the time. My fucking wife has to be like, well, why don't you go to the podcast? And then at some point I'll take them over there. Because God forbid they sit in a fucking giant warehouse filled with mini bikes. Go karts and pinball machines, seventy inch TV board off their ass. You know, remember when you're a kid like, oh, plasma TV's and free snacks. I don't think. So what central air now really out? Where's that horse? I can sit on for five cents. So then the hypothetical conversation starts, which is first things. First all I do suggest the no shit Sherlock. Or as my sister would say, no shit, dick, Tracy. The new one the new black one, no shit shaft. When two brothers are saying, something, that's obvious. It should be no shit. Shaft. Somebody gotta know block person spread the word. Yes. Read the word. I'm just playing the odds we let him in after eleven right. Assuming there's policy I don't see around the answers. Now, I said after eleven. I'm not racist. I'm just set in my ways. Set in is racist way. Hey, I'm France with David Alan Grier. Don't get me shit. So I get into this retarded negotiation where I'm like, why don't the kids simply get into my car at one o'clock. We'll go to the shop. We will do the podcast from one thirty to three and then we'll all drive over to Kimble's house. Now, you have to understand I'm in locking yada the shops in Glendale in Kimmel is in Hollywood. So it's wildly inconvenient to do. This any other way. As getting into my hypothetical about the kids coming with me..

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

06:22 min | 3 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Border. This is the Adam Corolla show. Tonight live around the rotten tomatoes game. And what can't Adam about with Tina grad on news involved Brian on sound of accent? Now live and Thousand Oaks the man with a thousand complaints. Yeah. Get it on man got to get it on get on get it on. Thanks arjuna. Grant. Todd. Oh, you're sitting there. Okay. That's how we do it. That's all right. Think. We do this. They're always their share. How how bad is this sound sound? We'll mix it up. We'll get. We'll get. It fact, we'll get we'll get. We'll get it smooth. Now. Summa said smell thousand as early. Hey, Gina grad right there. And that's ball Brian over there. Got my buck slip over here. That's the shit. I can complain about actually ride on one side. And then I turn the shit over. I would use both sides of toilet paper. If I could. Adly? It's so desecrated on the side. I use that it always believes or the other. But let's not go there. Hey, I can talk shit about my wife because we're not going to run this as podcast. So she'll never hear it unless you assholes. Wrap me out. I should know. Yeah. Oh, this guy's filming. And now he's going to show it net. But. Got it date. Have you guys found that I can't get through a hypothetical scenario with my wife, your mic sound as bad as my mic says I you'll pretty Chris. What are you guys? Would you like to switch with me? Got a nice booming Mike, which of me, that's one too. I don't know. Let's see if it works. Elo. Maybe that's bad. Thank you. All right. The hypothetical hypothetical with my wife goes this way. I can't get through the fuck and hypothetical because she chimes in as to what is wrong with the hypothetical before I get through the hypothetical. I've learned this with Dr Drew's crazy wife many years ago when we're walking through Manhattan, and we're there for like the MTV music awards, and we were trying to go to your hotel. She then dives in and goes, that's not gonna work. The limo has to pick us up. I said let me finish. The reason they're called hypotheticals and not locked in Granitz. Is because you have some flexibility. So I said second hypothetical limo picks you guys up. I then picks me up. And then she said that's not gonna work because I need extra time to get. Right. I said let me fuck and finish my hypothetical hypothetical. The third is we all show up at the venue in meet at the venue, and she says, no that's not gonna let me finish drew jump in. I said no more hypotheticals, we're down. Now. The thing that is funny is drew became the broker like the peacemaker for the hypotheticals drew was saying just finished hypotheticals. No, more hypotheticals. I turned into Larry, David. You've lost your hypothetical privileges, which are not hypothetical. Those are. Your hype medical privileges are gone. I shall not speak anymore. True kept saying just finish. I said, no you've squelched everyone at every turn. I tried this with my wife yesterday. My kids wanted to come with me to do Jimmy Kimmel's TV show. Can I say this we love Jimmy? But as a sidebar. Every show does this including Jimmy show when you walk. I was the lead guest delete guest. I was the lead gas. He'd lead gas. He's the lead guest that means they have fallen on hard tack. Something is happened. I, you know, maybe every celebrity got into that scooter accident in Italy that Clooney God into. She sweeps week. This is the exact opposite. Are you available? Right. Yeah. We're in that sweet sweetmeat month, we need you. So I'm the lead gas, and I'm going to be I'm going to do to sake mints as the lead. Guess but you come in through the alley in the back of the theater the security. Let's you win and you walk down this long corridor, and the long corridor is a Dohrn with pictures of celebrities. They would rather have that not. So all you do is walk now, if you're not going to be on the show, it's impressive like oh. Wow. Look at Ben Kingsley. We'll there's Oprah Jesus looks like these doing a bit with Matt in bed, you know, wigs on..

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on Here & Now

"From NPR and WB. You are I'm Jeremy Hobson. I'm Robin young. It's here. And now investigators in California are learning more about the gunman. They say shot and killed twelve people last night at the borderline bar and grill and Thousand Oaks outside LA, those who were killed include sergeant Ron helix a twenty nine year veteran of the force. He's being honored as a motorcade carries his body from the scene. We're also hearing the stories of survivors and residents. Let's Roscoe is news director Casey L U in Thousand Oaks and Lance both residents and reporter today. So describe how this has hit your town. Well, people are in shock. I think it's one of his universal thinks I'm not aware happens. People say, well, it can't happen here. It shouldn't happen here, but really Thousand Oaks, which is a several forty miles north west of Los Angeles. The crime rate is very low here murders, very uncommon. So to have something on this scale and scope, just as left people overwhelmed. These sheriff there Ventura County sheriff Jeff dean has been struggling through tears all day as he said one of the dead his own sergeant. But sheriff dean says the shooter I shot a security guard outside the bar. Do we know more about what happened? Well, we're putting the pieces together we know that he's a former marine we never these twenty eight years old, and we never basically when he came to this bar. He basically walked up to some of the security guards are outside and started shooting and went inside and started shooting it all happened very quickly and without any warning within the any. Revocation that we know of and share of gene told us it really this one. He said, you know, we can't figure out why this particular place was targeted now a couple of months ago, he actually had been in an altercation at another bar in this area. And he was actually the victim. But it wasn't this. It was a different place. So right now, we don't have a clear cut motive for this attack. And the alleged shooter has had other contact with police we're not naming him because we don't want give infamy to that name that he may have wanted. But police say he was twenty eight a resident of Newbury park, a Marine Corps vet again contact with law, and maybe mental health officials. Yes, yes. But but is contact with the law was for relatively minor offenses and the same thing with the mental health issue. It was it was something that didn't require you know, as far as we can tell like hospitalization or anything like that..

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on Up First

Up First

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on Up First

"That's when it's most is coming out. And that's when we kind of got up and ran and I was able to get through the front door. But. I did not know where he was at the time too. I just kind of booked it. Stephen, you know, she said that she was able to get out and find her friends, but it was a harrowing time and she hit in the parking lot and was able to get to her car. But there was a period here where nobody knew if the surrounding neighborhoods were safe. This was a very active situation. Even when we arrived, you mentioned a law enforcement officer was killed. That's one of twelve people apparently killed by the gunman, and then the gunman himself is dead making total of thirteen debt, you alluded to the witness there the survivor saying that she saw the gunman is it is it. Well, understood as it established that there was that it was a man and that it was one person. Or is there any possibility it could be something else or someone else? Well, as we've been saying on morning, you know, we still don't have confirmation we're actually awaiting another update update here from the Ventura County sheriff's hopefully soon to get more confirmation. But at this point, we do know that it it appears to be alone gunman. We don't have any more information at this point. Of course, the gunman died at the scene, but it's. Very active situation. And there's always a lot of speculation. And a lot of rush to try to get answers as all of us wanna have. But frankly, those answers just aren't going to be known here for a good while yet. And so it's a very still sort of unfolding investigation. Of course, NPR's Kirk siegler has covered many of these mass shootings. I'm sorry to say and is bringing us up to date on the latest thirteen people dead, including an apparent gunman at a bar in Thousand Oaks, California. Kirk, thanks. You're welcome. Steve on the line. With me. Now is Ventura County sheriff Jeff dean, a sheriff my condolences to you and your community. Heck, no, I understand that one of the people who was killed was was deputy a member of your team. What can you tell us about him? Sergeant Ron heroes is a fifty four year old twenty nine year veteran of the sheriff's office and Sally tonight. He and a higher patrol officer risk their lives to go in and what they. Was an active shooter call and started enter into the bar nightclub charts rang out and starting healers truck multiple times and died later hostile my condolences. Once again, I must be a very difficult time sheriff, I know people really want to know, what happened there tonight our last night, excuse me. What can you tell us? What occurred? We're still trying to piece together we do know that the gunman approached the nightclub, which really isn't really your typical Mike club. It's kind of a gathering place for local eighteen to twenty five year olds if different types of events every night, sometimes country music, sometimes it's a comedy club. And we, you know, he shot a security guard outside and went inside and continue to fire and feel eleven. People inside our colleagues have pointed out as you just did that they were a lot of young people there last yesterday evening. Do we know anything specifically about the victims who they are their ages? We're having identified any of the victims or notifying their families. So we don't really know their names, I'll say just from my personal observations. There were probably ages from nineteen to twenty five years old. Well, so a young group of people and do we know anything about the gunman himself? Do we know anything about his motive? No, we we're working with our FBI partners to identify him. And certainly we hope as investigation continues..

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on Up First

Up First

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on Up First

"This is a special breaking news update from up first and NPR news. I'm Newell king that I'm Steve Inskeep. We go directly now to Ventura County, California, the scene of a mass shooting and bureau's Kirk siegler is outside the borderline bar and grill in Thousand Oaks, which is a distant suburb of Los Angeles and California's coastal mountains Kirk even seeing well, Steve compared with for so hours ago, when I first arrived when it was you know, confusion and chaos things have really started to calm down a bit as you might imagine. And I think the reality of this being another yet another horrific massacre is starting to sink in been watching not too far away from me a few minutes ago. Some very concerned parents who were still trying to track down some ones there's still that confusion as I mentioned is still here. And also was looking at a couple of young women who were in the bar who escaped from the fire and. Told us some horrific stories they were just out here in the middle of the intersection by the one, oh one freeway and more park road praying. So it's a very somber scene. It's sad as you can imagine. So a gunman walked in. It's a bar and grill it's eleven twenty or so in the evening opens fire their various stories of of the way that people trying to get away. What have you been hearing? Well, we know from the authorities that law enforcement responded within three minutes in about three minutes later sheriff's deputy who died in the incident and highway patrolman did enter the bar. I talked there's there were a lot of eye. Witnesses out here, I talked to Sarah to son. She was in there with some friends was college night at a country and western event. And she describes what it was like when seeing the gunman and seeing the shots and trying to get out of there..

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Now they're gonna they're thousand oaks is going to spend they're going to five intersections to the tune of eighty thousand dollars so i dunno sixteen was that sixteen a piece garrett gears could at that i said sixteen k per unfortunate that's thousand oaks now we have thousands of these things and by the way will never do it for sixteen it'll be a hundred and sixty or whatever but how and when you read the article which gene is going to read right now it's simply says uh what what do you do well when they flashy use your own altel lydia to drive win don't turn if somebody's coming but you just treat it like an intersection doesn't gino read that and then i will make my proclamation which will save the city not only tons and tons in carbon emissions but traffic sitting in traffic and then i will save millions of dollars to turn all skip the locations and get a good part here intersections with the left turn arrows are generally safer with a lower collision rate than those without but local motorists have complained about the long wait times for drivers turning left one prisoner local motorist hold a fought generally vote cut some intersections in the city drivers can wait as long as two minutes for green arrow is just one flashing yellow arrow in ventura county it's located above the plump a based on the city's research other cities such as pasadena torrence in long beach have had good experience with flashing yellow arrows however cynical rita installed three such lights but later removed them because of an increase in accidents the number of travel leakers yup the number of travel lanes and speed limit in the santa clarita intersections are different from those at the proposed thousand oaks intersection.

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"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"thousand oaks" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Now they're gonna they're thousand oaks is going to spend they're going to five intersections to the tune of eighty thousand dollars so i dunno sixteen was that sixteen a piece garrett gears could at that i said sixteen k per unfortunate that's thousand oaks now we have thousands of these things and by the way will never do it for sixteen it'll be a hundred and sixty or whatever but how and when you read the article which gene is going to read right now it's simply says uh what what do you do well when they flashy use your own altel lydia to drive win don't turn if somebody's coming but you just treat it like an intersection doesn't gino read that and then i will make my proclamation which will save the city not only tons and tons in carbon emissions but traffic sitting in traffic and then i will save millions of dollars to turn all skip the locations and get a good part here intersections with the left turn arrows are generally safer with a lower collision rate than those without but local motorists have complained about the long wait times for drivers turning left one prisoner local motorist hold a fought generally vote cut some intersections in the city drivers can wait as long as two minutes for green arrow is just one flashing yellow arrow in ventura county it's located above the plump a based on the city's research other cities such as pasadena torrence in long beach have had good experience with flashing yellow arrows however cynical rita installed three such lights but later removed them because of an increase in accidents the number of travel leakers yup the number of travel lanes and speed limit in the santa clarita intersections are different from those at the proposed thousand oaks intersection.

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