26 Burst results for "Venice Beach"

"venice beach" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:46 min | 3 months ago

"venice beach" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Cairo radio, as Dory is taking a much needed break rest and relaxation over the next few days. You may have heard there's a recall in California, and it's a big deal because of Gavin Newsom is recalled. And he's recall is the process was started mostly because of the rampant hypocrisy. During the pandemic, right? Uh, dining at the French laundry. This posh restaurant mask list? Well, everyone else has to wear a mask and all that the other restaurants are closed. Sending his kids to camp that where they're not wearing mask, however, what others everyone else's kid has to wear masks. So there was that hypocrisy and and then just the the boiling over anger over the out of control. Homelessness is would far worse there than it is. Even here. Last time I was in L. A The call. I was actually shocked. Just block after block it. You think it's bad here but block after block After block like, Oh, my gosh, It's they literally have a tent city. Uh and I was almost thankful coming back here and it's like, you know, Thankfully, our weather sucks here. So you know, you know, you know these, uh Haven't these drugs? I mean, has a suck lately, but you know, for the most compared to California, right compared to California. That's why we don't have a huge Are we looking for right? Preferable Preferable to California, but, uh Listen, if you're going to be a homeless junkie, what would you rather be homeless junkie in Venice Beach? Come on. Yes, Yes, yes. Okay, probably, anyway, so people are fed up with all all these encampments and part of the reason why there's a recall Larry Elder. He's a black conservative radio host, and I've known him for You know for at least a decade. Very, very smart man, a very successful radio host. He is the leading front runner to replace Gavin Newsom. He had an event yesterday. And if this were a role reversal, that is what happened to Elder happened to a Democrat. This will be all over the news. And yet we have not a peep on CNN. Not a peep on MSNBC, you know mentioned on Fox News, of course in conservative circles, but none of the outlets so called mainstream outlets covering This recall race have run it in any great detail. Larry Elder is at an event a woman and he's black. Now a woman approaches him in a gorilla mask. Gorilla mask and she's wearing pink hair. So she's probably one of these antifa nuts wearing a gorilla mask and throws in egg at Larry Elder. The egg misses him, thankfully. And then she gets into a confrontation. One of his people and elders escorted into, uh, you know, into a SUV, and he and he drives off Here is his reaction to the incident. People are angry people are furious..

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California Governor Candidate Larry Elder's Message to Voters

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 3 months ago

California Governor Candidate Larry Elder's Message to Voters

"Larry Elder. Um, what is the message that you want to say to the people listening all over California? Obviously you've gone through the issues and so forth. But That they must turn out. They must turn out in large numbers. They can't leave it to other people to do the heavy lifting for them, right. Well, that's exactly right. Mark, you know. Are you happy? Forget about Larry Elder. Are you happy that for the very first time, people are leaving the state? Are you happy that the price of a home has just now hit $800,000? Are you happy stepping over homeless people? Are you happy about needles on Venice Beach? Are you happy about the crappy education People are getting K through 12 while spending $15,000 a pop. Per year per student. Are you happy with all of that? Well, if you are, then maybe you want to retain this guy. But if you're not, how about some change? How about some common sense? Are you happy that this state is running out of water? Israel is a desert country mark. We've got a little body of water next to them called the Mediterranean. They've been able to figure it out would be solid nation plants. We have a little body of water next to what's called the Pacific Ocean. And we can't figure this out. Are you happy with how severe these forest fires are? Are you happy that $30 billion was stolen from the employment Development Department money that was supposed to be for the unemployment for Californians money that was stolen, but people in prison filing for unemployment benefits and getting them people, criminals in Nigeria, filing for unemployment benefits and getting them $30 billion stolen. Are you happy with all of that? If you're not go to elect elder dot com And throw something in the tip jar because my opponent Mark can raise and spend an unlimited amount of money. And he's doing just that. From the usual suspects. The teachers union, the public sector unions, Hollywood big terror, So throw something in the tip jar. Make this a bit of a fair fight. If you're not happy with what's going on in California, which is why people are leaving the state taking their jobs with them.

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"venice beach" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

05:19 min | 4 months ago

"venice beach" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"Get back to steve gregory who had an opportunity to tag along with the la county sheriff's department homeless outreach team and he you're still in venice now right. Yeah we're just about wrapping up here all right. So you give me the overview first because i think what our listeners to know and i'm hearing that there has been an impact either through bonnin or sharfi iwata's teams that we're seeing less people at least on the boardwalk and beach areas at the. Yeah the boardwalk there's not nearly the tents and existence of homeless on the boardwalk itself as there As was back in the beginning of june is in. That's when the sheriff moved in but the problem now is because the city's teams are going in now. The lapd doesn't go in and do what the sheriff's department does no but it's the city of los angeles outreach teams. They're going in and talking to these people and what they're doing is they're picking up from the boardwalk which is considered city property and they're moving over to the sandwiches county property so today for instance they had twenty seven some twenty seven twenty eight new tents that cropped up in the sand right and but those could be from other areas but most of those were just simply moving relocating from the boardwalk into the sand. The boardwalk is nothing like it was a few weeks ago in there has been a coordinated effort between city and county. I and i asked some of the deputies. I asked him tenant jeff dietrich who runs the teams in about the politics behind the scenes and the sheriff's department. I think everyone knows that. They put the fire under the ashes of city los angeles. There's no doubt that the sheriff's presence there sparked something in the city and it really made them to play catch up Now the the city claims that this has been in the works for some time but I think we all know the kind of the history of what's been going on down there and these teams come rolling in and it's not the way it's been characterized. I'm standing there watching these teams literally. Interact with these people and it's nothing like it was talked to business owners and they're like just like i told you for the break there just thankful they feel of a sigh of relief. A breath of fresh air on any other analogy. You want but they the there's not nearly the tense there in fact when i was looking out there at first glance it's really hard to differentiate those between those tents that might be from homeless people or those. That might just be camping on the beach. You know what. I mean just for the day today yes so i have made that same mistake myself. I'm like yeah. Isn't that a homeless tent on beach. But i'm like it could be someone like a surfer group and and it's hard to distinguish between those two. That's how few of the tents out there. There are compared to what it was in june. But these teams walk in. This approach is very unique and they call the host teams or host. It's the homeless outreach services teams and they go in and they have this checklist they go down this checklist. That's how they're able to put that demographic information together like we talked about yesterday on the show you know whether from their their gender and their backgrounds and whatnot and they take that information every day on the.

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"venice beach" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

04:06 min | 5 months ago

"venice beach" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"It doesn't really look like he's changed at all since the eighties, Has he not really a few more gray hairs, But other than that pretty much looks the same. Um either of those two gentlemen would be better than what they got. Boy, ain't that the truth is term limits, right? Is that why de Blasio is going away? Yes, I guess so. Yeah. I don't live in New York City. But in California they have to do one of these recall deals before they can get their elected politicians to sort of semi act right? The Venice Venice Beach. Homeless situation got so bad. How bad was it? They threatened to recall while they were in the process of recalling and and of the city councilman or whatever, some elected official who is in charge of the Venice Beach area and the homeless. They just won't do anything about it. So since he was being recalled, he decided to get off his ass and maybe do something about it. So he decided. All right. Well, we'll move those homeless off the sidewalk in Venice Beach now. First of all. They sent the police out there to roust the homeless. But there was no punishment if they wouldn't leave. Nope. None. They first thing they said was we want all your people to clear out here and And what if we don't? Mm hmm. I don't know. Nothing would be nice if you did well, so they asked him to or told him to move. Get up. Take your tents and blankets in your trash bags full of your worldly possessions and get off of this sidewalk. And so some of them, most of them did, And they just moved down to the sand. That's it, And they set up their little homeless encampment. And actually, it's a big homeless encampment. But the guy that's being recall said, Well, there you go. Looks like I've done my work for the well for the entire term. Yeah, Obviously, it was ridiculous that nothing was accomplished from it. But I had a thought as I was watching all those homeless people move in that video on the news a moment ago. If you were a homeless guy, and you have the opportunity, you had the choice of setting up your tent on the hard side walk or the soft sand. Wouldn't you have already been would have been on the sand already? Yeah, Me too. It's like you know, the sands like a cushion. Almost. Yeah, We're kind of wiggle your way down in there and make yourself up a nice little of firm form fitting place to lay Venice Beach is a weird place. You ever been there? I have muscle beach is a thing, right? They got all the dudes out there. That kind of look like Arnold in the they used to. I don't think they go out there much anymore. Isn't that still a part of it? Yeah, but they worry about the needles, you know? Yeah. Yeah, I would, too. Yeah. If you're really into your health, Yeah, exactly. Well, you know Other than the steroids. They don't want to step in a needle know how many of those needles and syringes out there were from steroids and how many were from heroin? I wonder, And then what is it? They've got the There's like a little bahng shops and pizzerias and things like that. You see the hippie kids riding their T shirt shops and flip flop shops and whatever else they got on the beach, but after they made it legal for the homeless to go there The homeless went there. They went there in droves and most people even far left. People think at this point. This is bad. It doesn't look good. It's not healthy. It's not good for anyone. But the guardian. You know the guardian, The left wing news outlet. Oh, no, I'm not familiar, Couldn't resist. You've never seen the guardian before in your news feeds, or I guess you're not really high tech. In that sense. I try to avoid a lot of that, You know, go out of my way. Sometimes. The Guardian went out as they were clearing out all the homeless people, and they they wanted to do an expose on a cup on a homeless group, right? So they found two people. They this had the guardian written all over it. They found two black lesbians who happened to be homeless and did an expose on how hard their life is for them. But remember, this is in L. A right absent from the argument from the article this expose on how life is so hard for these two women. Is any mention of how they're surrounded by homeless shelters, taxpayer funded apartments for the homeless so many options for.

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"venice beach" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

05:48 min | 5 months ago

"venice beach" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Thoughts or things. So that's how I came our expansive coverage. What's going on? I am for the big stuff and cover the little stuff, too. I hope that manifests itself well for all of us, including you here on the D. J. V program, Jennifer Horn his year and Jay Kershner. Victoria is among the missing for several reasons. Not necessarily important, She's okay and that's what's important. Monday, the 12th of July. So you start another week here of conversation about the powerful. I use that word twice because I think Powerful is a great word as the major league baseball season halfway through home run Derby today, the game tomorrow that is major league's All Star game. And because of that, there is attention being given to some people who may have been trying to foil the game itself or to do things that were unspeakable to Jennifer. What's the scoop here on all of these guns in these people game how they all fit together before right before I went to bed last night, the FBI come out and said they didn't know if it was related to the All Star game, but it sure feels Like maybe a break and two is four. Yeah, brave made may have saved the day. Remember the shooting in Las Vegas and they were not a housekeeping was never allowed to get into the room of a person Well, Police arrested four people and removed a lot of weapons and ammunition from a hotel room near Denver Stadium. That's where the All Star game is being held in Denver. Police feared at first, a Las Vegas style shooting could have resulted during the All Star game after they discovered 16 long guns, body armor and more than 1000 rounds of ammunition in a room on the eighth floor with the balcony overlooking the downtown Denver area. They received a tip. The police received a tip from this made working at the Maven hotel, and they were able to execute a search warrant in two hotel rooms. They found the weapons, the body armor, the ammunition. And one man inside the room. The second room was searched. That was located on the hotel's fourth floor that made alerted the authorities after she saw the rifle while cleaning one of the rooms. In total. Three women are excuse me, three men and one woman. Were arrested on Friday night. Two vehicles were impounded for evidence and the charges are pending. One of the male suspects had posted a message on Facebook about their recent divorce, saying he was going to go out in a big way. Police sources acknowledge the threat of the firearms close to the crowds. But they don't know if there was a link to a mass shooting plot. But again, I wouldn't want to be around to find out so good for this made, you know, we talk about brave people who say something when they see something weird. And good for her for alerting the police. I think there's been a change. There is all that stuff you see at the airport all the time. These big signs or you may hear an announcement. You see something, Say something. And oftentimes that's led to Karen esque types of circumstances where you get people blowing a whistle. That wasn't necessarily something to be concerned about. So what They mean you see 16 longer. Yeah, No, no, I'm just what I'm my point is not a Karen. If you call the cops under the circumstances, there are some. I'm just saying that some people confuse some people don't know. What to do. Uh so they don't do anything. And then you see a lot of that, too. So all right, speaking of things that are done We go to California. Here we come. Venice Beach. Supposedly being cleaned up. The police trying to roust the boardwalk because these two miles have become home for thousands of homeless people and businesses are going under. And they've been complaining for a long time. As you know, Jennifer complaining, complaining and take your kids to the beach at all in this area drugs? No. So they're trying to clean it up. So, yeah, they're getting them off of the boardwalk. They're just moving out onto the beach. That's it. Well, well, The problem is is that you've got a couple of you've got this really weird war happening, Um, a war of echoes. Essentially, if you go up the road a bit to Santa Monica. There's nobody living on the beach. But inventors. There is an enforcement issue and they're not telling people to get off the beach. And so the L. A Sheriff's department led by Alex Villanueva is doing a pretty damn good job. Um, if you ask me, he said, we're not going to do this anymore. We're going to go and we're going to try to get these people into programs. And he sent his officers even though this is out of his jurisdiction to try to get people into housing. Will the L A. P. D Which handles L A city, not L account. I'm telling you, California's gonna recall crazy. We have so many of them going right now, because there's just disaster that people would read the tea leaves that are in charge and things. Okay, Well, maybe we've gone too far with all of this stuff. Yeah, right. They haven't Mike Bonin is a city councilman. And so he was just served with notice of a recall a couple weeks ago, and now they're saying, Well, maybe we'll start making some moves about Relocating the homeless. It's It's a really bad problem, and the answer from all of these dopes is to just put them in hotel rooms. But then you have a whole other set of issues where most of them are choosing to be on the beach because they want to be on the beach there, not Tuesday. They're not. Really legitimately suffering from the housing crisis as they just want to be out there. And so now, what do you do? You have to deal with the mental illness and you have to deal with the drug addiction and that's where l A is just fails. They don't want to think about any of those things. That's not they They don't want to think..

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"venice beach" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:11 min | 5 months ago

"venice beach" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"If you get a call back from a number you don't recognize if you don't answer. They go to the next person and they may be a holes on the list. And there here's a hot tip. The number will very likely be coming from the 513 area code. Listen to give I am 40 for the winning keyword every weekday at 20 After between 5:20 a.m. 6 20 PM cheese the next opportunity to win. We'll do it again at 3 20. 3 20 again. 3 20. It'll be a different keyword, though. Um, Okay, Well, you know what? We owe the homeless. We owe them not just a free. I'm sorry. The big tented. Don't we owe the pretended We owe them a view of the beach. A million dollar view. Um, we owe waiving any and all public nuisance rules. Um And and quite literally. This is partly the ridiculous sense of Venice Beach and Mike Bonin. Um is is there are science posted? That's a no camping. And they provide shade to people that her literally camping. There. That's not homeless. That's your home. You were given a tent and you're not being told to move it and you're there on Venice Beach, and you're ruining a tourist economy. L. A County's real big. Um, so anyway, the the BA tented that's where they are. And Bonnin smells. The smoke of Recall. And he's starting to make noises, but it's it's not going to be anything serious. So anyway. Along comes Caitlyn Jenner up in the Bay Area on Carrow in talking about the homeless. He she's made a sort of a thing about the homeless. And so there's blood in the water. A lot of journalists sort of sense. And I don't know why they get the feeling. They sense that Caitlyn Jenner, a wealthy Beverly Hills I may be a bit out of touch. I don't know why they think that, but, um so anyway on Karelian, uh, some dude was talking to Caitlyn Jenner about it. And Caitlin just sort of rift and is getting torn apart for this answer about the home. Yes. Just the other day. I went to Venice speech. Just as kind of see cut my bike. Drove down there rode my bike down..

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"venice beach" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:43 min | 6 months ago

"venice beach" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That I spoke with it. Venice Beach went on to tell me how his father Died of alcoholism it and he wonders if his father had guided treatment like India may therapy if his father would actually still be alive. I'm sure you've you've heard these kinds of stories before. Absolutely, and they're heartbreaking. And that's one of the reasons why we're so determined T come up with Novel Therapeutics for PTSD. There's so many people that are suffering. I think we could do better. That was Jennifer Mitchell, neural scientist at the University of California, San Francisco and lead author on the first Phase three Study on using India may to assist therapy and treating PTSD. Thank you so much. Thank you very much for inviting me. Can you cope? Lash is one of the patients who participated in the 2018 study while an undergrad at the University of Connecticut. He received the drug instead of the placebo and cup. Lash is going to take us through what this therapy looks, sounds and feels like And we want to take note that cup Lash will be describing his experiences as part of this study. This is not an endorsement of the drug could flash tells us he signed up for the study is a last resort after trying and failing under traditional forms of therapy. When the topic is your stuff, like sexual assault, or, you know, deadly, you know, car crashes or getting bullied, or, you know, dealing with racism, right? All these different traumatic experiences. You know, it could be really tough to just even talk about this subject. Whiplash describe suffering for years from chronic nightmares and some Nia even hallucinations. It's almost like your mind is like sending you will notifications do these, like nightmares and flashbacks to address something kind of deep in yourself. Before taking indium a cup, Lash had to undergo several sessions of preparation therapy. And after his first dose, he says he was blindfolded and given headphones to help him block out his surroundings and fall into a meditative state. While you're meditating, you get these like amazing visions that can really help you process the charmer because what do you mean by visions? Oh, yes, I guess like the way I describe it is it's like you're living in an entirely new reality. It's like a dream. But you're like a lot more aware like you. You can be like conscious You like fully remember it and you're like experiencing it as if you're if you're like, really living it, you know, like it's really It's almost hard to like. Held between like you reality and the actual vision to an extent. This is actually pretty common. People who have taken MD Emma often talk about being able to see themselves more clearly with the ability to unpack their traumas without re terrorizing themselves. Whiplash says he actually saw himself floating in space in front of a giant keyboard. And it was so cool just because, like each key was like a different part of my life. And I could see like different you know different memories and each one So, like one of the things that I'd always believed before I got into this treatment for a long time that I was gonna die like very, very early. Like because you know when you have PTSD right when ah, lot of your life eyes, you know, kind of filled with traumas to an extent. It makes it hard for one to believe that you're actually going to live like a long, happy life. And so one of the most immediate thing that was kind of got shook me was that when you could see what I could see myself live past 40 when I could run down these piano keys? I see myself lived two x 60 80, you know, doing all these things living like a normal life to an extent like that just shattered that belief entirely. He was guided by his therapist to start exploring some of those traumatic memories. So I immediately went to like the piano key, whether it was like those traumas and I kind of like is gonna sound weird, But like I dove into the piano key, And then suddenly I was transported to a new world And like on this world, I was able to do a couple of things the first thing That was able to do was first actually remember all the trouble. It's a big issue with PTSD is that often you can't even remember the entirety of the trauma because, like parts of it are blacked out in your memory. I can imagine this is why it's important to have a medical professional with you. Because this is some heavy stuff. Oh, yeah, when you're because, Yeah, because when you're living the same traumas over and over for, like 1000 lifetimes, it's It's Yeah, it's a lot Whiplash, finished his three sessions in 2018 and now organizes mental health programs at his university. Yeah, I'm kind of trying to figure out more who this new kind of person is. Because when you when you go through such kind of like life changing therapy in such a short amount of time, you're kind of functionally a different person, Then who you were and so.

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"venice beach" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"venice beach" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It's my nephews business on Ocean Front walk in Venice Beach, and I'm telling you guys, they have the best. It's a hatch, Chili taco. It's to die for also there. Um, that can Cheez its I would serve it to Jesus. Such swear to God I don't know is that is that I think that is what you need to put on T shirts. I mean, that is the greatest food recommendation I've ever heard. I've never heard that in my entire life. I would serve it to Jesus. It's heavily good. Let's put it that way. Oh, my gosh, Grace, are you in the advertising business? Or you just a big fan? Yes, a big fan of both of you, Dean. I listened to you all the time. You are an incredible fount of information. I have a pad by the phone and I write down everything you say it's it's you're You're an amazing group of people there. I love Can we love Great? Thank you So much. HR is gonna be reaching out to you because we need some sales help around here, So just be expecting that call Grace. Sorry. Hi. Thank you. By the way, if you want to be like grace and have your pad by the phone, Deena's on Saturdays and Sunday morning, See Iran KF eyes on Saturdays from 6 A.m. to 8 A.m. and then Sundays from 9 to 11. You have a huge early morning following Dean. You know what it Zeke? Yours? It's just discovering how many people in Southern California are actually up this time of day. And, you know, a six day so everybody gets to sleep in on Saturday. Really? Exactly for the lazy. He's exactly all right. We're gonna come back. We'll take a quick break. Go get some traffic because we want to go back to the 2 10. It was shut down in both directions earlier this morning. Get in update on that for you. And then we've got many more of your calls. Whether you own a small business where the you just want to give a business shout out this morning. Make sure that your favorite hamburger stand your favorite electrician's whomever gets a little love this morning. I think we need it more than ever since so many businesses are shut down right now, let's go ahead and keep this going. So what 805 to 01534 is the number to call and we will take more of your calls. I'm here with Dean Sharp this morning. Here on K F. I Robbing banks is checking that wreck.

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Cleveland’s Baseball Team Will Drop Its Indians Team Name

Mike Broomhead

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Cleveland’s Baseball Team Will Drop Its Indians Team Name

"Are no longer going to be the Cleveland Indians. I don't know what they're going to be. They may be the Cleveland baseball team for a while. What's funny is Zinsmeister is the resident baseball junkie here. He's a huge baseball fan and grew up in Indians fan. Absolutely. So it is funny because the old logo with Chief Wahoo? Yeah, they changed that a long time ago. Yeah, A couple of years ago, They stopped using it because it was a character chur. It was ever all of the facial features were made bigger. Yeah, like you would have. You know when you go to go toe to toe on the boardwalk in Venice Beach, where you got those people drawing your picture they do. It's a cartoon it isse, but they got rid off the logo. Yes, the mascot. That was their first step. Yes, but now they're going to change the name of the team. Supposedly, yes, and they don't know what they're going to change it to. They might know. We don't know what they're saying. They don't Yeah. Don't know if I believe that. Yeah. See this

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Lake Hughes Fire: Firefighters Battle Blaze in Los Angeles

Valentine In The Morning

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Lake Hughes Fire: Firefighters Battle Blaze in Los Angeles

"Morning firefighters continuing to battle of very, very fast moving brushfire, burning their Lake Hughes in the Angeles National Forest. It's being called the lake Fire. It exploded in size in just a matter of hours burning over 10,500 acres made really hot temperatures. There's still no containment, actually none. Fire's moving quickly through thick vegetation, including in areas that last burned in 1968 have been a very, very long time. Since anything, they're burned obviously very thick vegetation. The flames have created an enormous column of smoke visible from dozens of miles away. People are posting pictures from Venice Beach last night, the lifeguard stand We're posting pictures of the fire of the plume in the sky was crazy.

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"venice beach" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"venice beach" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"In Venice beach California Leo laporte the heat tech guy hi Craig Hey Leo thank you taking my call happy father's day happy father's day alea I've been a teacher for twenty years thank you thank you it's a huge service one of the most important things you can do that's great I love it I love it what do you teach well I thought hearing guitar for awhile but now since the code but it's been I've been back at English so awesome searing guitar that that's what I would teach that's awesome course I can't act I can't play any instruments but if I could that's what I would do it so what can I do to help you well I'm looking towards the future winding down on this part of the career still got some life left in the battery here and I you know my main thing is I want to have a skill and I won't have a skill that I can use for myself and other people that's important and a lot of growth and so I thought about taking a C. I. S. course to see if I like computers where where like are we still in the infancy of technology what are the what are the areas to go when she looked slightly on the land you got big questions so what I would start the good news is you couldn't pick a better time the besides the fact that we're home we got a lot of time on our hands but you couldn't pick a better time to learn computer science or learn about this stuff because it's all online now it's all online now there there are plenty of paid courses but I would start with some of the free courses some of the best courses from M. I. T. from Yale our free online the place I would start as a company is a company online site called E. D. X. dot org P. D. X. dot org that was started by Stanford and MIT to put their courses online and on there is Harvard's beginning introduction to computer science they call it C. S. fifty.

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Body of WWE’s Shad Gaspard found after suspected drowning

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Body of WWE’s Shad Gaspard found after suspected drowning

"For your information this morning on the death of WWE wrestler shad Gaspard his body was found on Venice beach in Los Angeles Wednesday morning three days after he disappeared while swimming in the ocean in between with this ten year old son Sunday when the two tragically got caught up in the strong records occurrence rather as others did as well when lifeguards swim out to help Gaspar told the lifeguards to focus on his son they were able to rescue a sign but were not able to get back to Gaspar

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"venice beach" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"venice beach" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Other businesses secretary of state Mike Pompeo today adamantly denying that he recommended firing the state department's independent watchdog in retaliation for investigation into his conduct there are claims that this was for retaliation for some investigation that the inspector general's office here was engaged in the colts have no sense of what investigations were taking place inside the inspector general's office the nation's top diplomat did not explain why he recommended the firing of state department inspector general Steve link Democrats are calling for an investigation into a series of similar firings by the trump administration a sad end in the search for a missing pro wrestling star former world wide wrestling entertainment star shad Gaspard is dead at age thirty nine gas parted gone swimming in the Pacific Ocean last Sunday in Venice beach California with this ten year old son when rip currents struck his son was rescued but Gaspar disappeared his body last seen around fifty yards from shore as a large wave crashed over him and carry him further out to sea early this morning a body was reported to have washed ashore police identified him as shad Gaspard thirty nine years old retired WWE star Jared Max fox news Virginia family out for a weekend drive ran over a plastic bag that turned out to be full of cash the family turned back over to sheriff's officials who say it contains nearly a million dollars Mr spokesperson says he knows where the money was headed that was not how it ended up on the road and hopes the recipients will offer a nice reward hi rich Dennison and this is fox news.

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Body of ex-WWE star has been found on California's Venice Beach

Brian Kilmeade

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Body of ex-WWE star has been found on California's Venice Beach

"Out in Los Angeles a body washed up on Venice beach and now they've confirmed that it was professional wrestler shad Gaspard professional wrestler Chad gasbuddy went missing days earlier it's believed a rip current may attract a map to see they confirmed that it was his body off of Venice

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Google Earth video tours of LA

Talking Tech

06:08 min | 1 year ago

Google Earth video tours of LA

"So we've all seen a lot of these zoom meetings where we Show you different places. But what about a Google Earth meeting Los Angeles tourism has a twist on? Take you to places you haven't been how about via Google Earth. Well Bill cars who's the VP of digital marketing for Los Angeles tourism has put together a few of these. Well first of all. Just explain to people what a Google Earth tour is all about. I we all know about going onto google earth and looking up you know location. So what what? A street address looks like and things like that. But what is the actual show on Google Earth? What's it like? Sure so? Google Earth gives you the opportunity to develop a presentation in a project. And you can customize that project within the platform while you're GONNA do is sign by Google. Anybody can customize it it's just a matter of the content of you're putting into it it allows you to choose different views satellite hybrid not view. And then you can add the locations but not only that you're also adding in video clips if you allow for audio zone and you can add photography as well as descriptions and you can keep this presentation around for days after months after can live in perpetuity so We're really loving what we're seeing. Google Earth Tours. How did you come up with the idea because again? It's just not something that is done a lot. It's usually two people talking on a Webcam Blah Blah Blah talking heads. Yes Oh internally. The the Tourism Board is small but mighty team we come up with some really interesting ideas and we chatted and we started going through it and we saw that in the presentation mode with worth it allows you to fly through different locations so as we go from point. B. We feel like we're virtually going to these places and it really is that tourism vibe Safer example we wanted to take somebody to Cathy's corner which is that area from the dancing in la La land overlooking the valley at that magical camera night magic hour and when you get there. You have the shots from the locations. That that that Robert Folks interest douses provided us in addition to the description of the location or talking through how they got access to that particular location working with parking wrecks in the organ in the city to get access to these places. So yeah that's how he came out using Google Earth and so the first one was La la land locations and then you have a second one coming out on Friday tell everybody about it so with National Travel and tourism week taking place right now We thought there's no better place to focus on that showcases the spirit of travel then the Los Angeles International Airport. Lax is an iconic airport throughout the world and they've got a flight path museum at LAX. That not a lot of people know about this hidden gem newseum in when I stumbled across a Google Earth virtual tour of museum. I was astounded and I showed the curator's doses museum what was possible by zoom in Google Earth and They were floored so on Friday at twelve thirty PM. Tst We're going to be doing a virtual tour to flight patterns and taking you through history of flight even and you'll minefield at lax and to what we see today at the airport. So we've got a couple of others. Zoos coming up Everything that we're doing right now is focused on virtual experiences. But we're hoping that sooner than later as I said before there's no substitute for travel people be able to experience these things in real life but We're GONNA be doing a couple more coming up. We've got a facebook live with the opera and this weekend. We're doing a mother's Day special with an sons chocolate tears at their chocolate factor in the arts district. Well that's great because see's candies sold out the needs good alternatives. Tell us about magic hour. Every night you guys to a livestream of a sunset from a different location or is it usually Venice. Because I've seen a lot of Venice. Yeah no we were stationed at Hotel Irwin in Venice. Beach and You know to give somebody amazing. Webcam you have to really. I'm have the right equipment in place so We have Yes large camera station with the capture card feeding into OB software that allows us to broadcast broadcasts not only on Youtube but on facebook and instagram to simultaneously. So we're reaching Oliver Audiences. What's been the response to it? It's been outstanding We've reached over a million and a half people already people from all over the world. I mean anecdotally. We've seen some unbelievable commentary from people who are just dreaming of travel and when they see the sunset of Los Angeles and it changes as you know. Jeff it's just magical the see one night you'll have. The fog role in the next night will be perfectly sunny but then when those clouds rolling like last night it's just stunning and and I think brings that hope that people are looking for You know throughout the country and throughout the world how challenging is it right now to promote travel at a time when people can travel? Yeah it's it. Hasn't been easy. You know our spirits have I absolutely In a little crush but to be honest I think you know as time has gone over the past couple weeks. We've worked together as a team. And we've seen a lot of people throughout the industry come together and with the United States Travel Association putting National Travel Tours away together and with our magic hour campaign. I feel like we're really out of this. I know it's still. You'RE GONNA take some time for everything you get back up and running on but I gotta be honest it It's been amazing to see how many people are looking forward to the future and you you find that people are armchair traveling right now. Yeah after these virtual experiences. There's no better time to plan for your next trip. So Armchair travel is definitely the wave of the presence of the president but Hopefully people will get out of the armchair and be able to travel again soon. Well congrats for taking some innovation to new ways of checking out different places so again if you wanna see the virtual tour you co to discover

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KT Tunstall (Live)

Sodajerker On Songwriting

09:54 min | 1 year ago

KT Tunstall (Live)

"Hello Hello Welcome. That's quite funny that you picked that lineup by the funnies because it was I said it in barons in Glasgow when we were recording a live album on the tour and finally is a very endearing to call someone in Glasgow. If you're being an idiot appeared fanny and it just came out. It was unplanned. It's on my live album so yeah I think is gonNA glass that one great. Hashtag stike five eight member to write the word five. So you've been based out in La for some time now and that's obviously a very different culture. Has that impacted on your song race in Seoul what you say. Yeah I think location is always GONNA be important ingredient in what material you come up with and I'd actually go night to La to sort of start again. Because I'd been through some really difficult stuff here in the UK a dotted past divorce. Everything owned just really needed a fresh start. I wanted some sunshine and I wanted to be somewhere just in this of replenishing environment. London's quite overwhelming very fast place city. Oh it was found it quite difficult to relax in London and I gone to Venice. Beach was onto an. I'd been going to La for a long time tour but it was the first time few years ago I went to Venice beach and it was the first place. I'd been where everyone is just bombing around every day of the week. You don't have to wait for the weekend and that's actually really helpful for what we did. Because we don't have weekends in London if I had a Wednesday off. Everyone's just giving me evil looks because I've got time off whereas there it's just a very laid back quite an alternative culture in that part of La and La's basically like twitter. It just totally depends who you follow. You can have an extremely different experience living in different parts of La knowing different people. It's very separate all these areas so you can. You can really have a completely opposed experience of living there from someone else and so I chose Venice and I was going to take a break. I felt very stagnated. It just felt like I was caught in an eddy of finding the mixer. He's mixing everybody's staff of being in competition with you know inevitably any other female musicians that anyone could think of. And I just wasn't very inspired to make a record so I've actually gone out to L. A. Really to study film composition which I did but it was really just listening to west coast rock sixties and seventies row. Tom Petty fleetwood. Mac Neil Young Joni that got me writing some real kind of Air Punch big choruses again and the world had sort of become darker at that stage that was like two thousand fifteen things were on the turn and so if I was writing similar stuff folk inspired stuff like I did on invisible empire crescent me my fourth record. I probably would have to shelve it and waited but I was writing these really. Big Pop. Choruses about overcoming difficulty so it felt like quite helpful thing to put out into the world. I was excited to do it. Yeah we're always fascinated by right zoo. Kinda take a break from when we spoke to front healy. He said it's Kinda like select the field life. Follow for Awhile and I think that's really important. I think that's why I mean. Some people can smoke fags burgers every day until they're one hundred and five and they're fine. Everyone's different but it certainly works for me to not be constantly trying to keep up a level of output people often ask about writer's block and I actually watched them a star is born. The other day was it as far as born. No it was the wife. It was that foam the wife. Brilliant Glenn Close Foam. And there's a line in it where they're at this really pretentious party. No it wasn't even the wife. Can you ever forgive me? It was one of the Oscar nominated movies when Melissa. Mccarthy goes to this book party. And someone's asking this really pretentious right or do you ever get writer's block and he goes well. I don't subscribe to writer's block I was like. Oh my God. I say that it sound so pretentious but I actually don't. I just think it's quite arrogant to expect your creative mind to just do what you tell it to do. I don't understand really where the gift of some rain comes from. And so if people ask me that question I'm like look how many books how many films how many plays how many museums of you said that you want to go and see Redo Watch ingest and you've done use that time. Fill yourself with some stuff. Get some input or sit and do nothing in your Pyjamas. Also very useful. I find but you shall time for creativity. Oh that sounds like a bit of a paradox book. Do you put a new. Yes so it's a great excuse to go on. Adventures. I love right now albums. I love albums that one piece of vinyl because I think that four or five minute cut off point is actually a really good of point for how much music you can ingest at one time. The same for podcasts. Yeah good to know. I'll keep my answers slightly shorter but yeah I think albums are a really extraordinary form of making music. Even if you're not I mean I'm in the middle of the matic are making three albums together in a trilogy at the moment. But even if you're not doing that there's a there's a familial kind of hermetically sealed world within which that record is made and so many people will come up to me and say that their favorite track is an album track. And IT WASN'T I. It would have been the single at first but Israeli side that we're kind of moving. I'm not a lot of people I know are not but in general. There is a move away from albums. And I think that that's a shame because it kind of is taking away that deep dive on a snapshot of an artist's life at that time so tell us about that idea that you've been chewing Kim and walks. Did you have a unifying concept of the trilogy before you even started? Nope that was the thing that was really funny trilogy. You would think that you would decide upon that before you started. And I didn't and I wrote can and it was so very healing experience. In that record it was coming with kind of really Fu blast Mojo but really feeling like it was the beginning of the second half of my life so I came to. Kim is quite a different person than I had been up until that point and in many ways the fourth record invisible empire crescent meeting. I kind of see funeral music. It's cold these titles because my dad died right in the middle of those sessions and it was. He wasn't very well but it wasn't expected. And then I kind of had this wake up where I just went on Gordon with the wrong person. I'm sort of in the wrong life. And so yeah. And this is when procurement was this kind of funeral march to that happening and so then became this real phoenix from the ashes. It was this real beginning of something completely new for me and you know it's very easy to take a show. L. A. N. It's completely deserved. It's total bullshit van. You know people go. Oh my God. You're amazing you've got to do the movie. Oh they never called me ever again but there is also this amazing element to la where it's really is the vanguard of a low of new thoughts from health to filmmaking to the arts. You don't get laughed at for trying weird stuff. And there's a brilliant Frank Lloyd Wright Amion love he's an intrinsic part of La's architecture and kind of culture and but he says if you turn America on its site everything falls in California and so you just get a low of Weirdos and a low of them eccentric people and the thing I particularly like about L. A. Is Wild in many ways but actually like literally you can drive twenty minutes and be at the top of a mountain and be killed by a lion and that's the truth and there's Koyo Cheese and eagles and it really is untamed and it's also completely untamed in Mississippi as well because there's not as with guns in their cars so it's just a really extreme place so meditation had been a big part an always wanted to get into yoga just healing myself and getting really healthy and it's very easy to do there and I did and I really enjoyed it. Meditation became quite an important part of my daily life. And very good doing this job to just actually learn to control your brain because a lot of the time the monkey brain is just jotting chatting biscuit to shut up for fifteen minutes Varvara Day but it was during a meditation session on the tour for Qin's Akin was all finished and I am. I just had a really really strong vision. That can was the first part of a trilogy. It was all about the soul owned by the spirit and I knew I wanted to make a real rock and roll record next and I knew I wanted to explore electric guitar because I hadn't really delved into that. It always been acoustic and that to me is the most visceral most physical Instrument Electric Guitar.

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"venice beach" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"venice beach" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"The Philadelphia Co away and I was up at Easter yet. Two Thousand Yeah. Aw Sea Familias once you get up to Kobe Kobe. Seven is damn near every Easter. Calloway for me. First and foremost because to me like just the color ways I think the eastern ridiculous to the east eight. The Kobe eight eastern with the best Easter copied that home Which one was the What was the Venice Beach? The Venice Beach Eight. I think that one was just. Yeah down was crazy. And they're like yet as time went on your the Kobe. Teen the snakeskin one now I I gotTa admit to it all because while the golden eyes on down the snake sheds light Lipsey. No no not take no not gonNA say down because I will admit that and then it starts. They said Kobe. Kobe down Where Berina but I gotta say that the nonsense and the level they they kind of light look the same. After point. They started to blend in for sure you know Blake felt great. That's the one thing I give it. The Kobi's fell great And I do uh I love storytelling the sneakers at eight. You know his Achilles and how that that that's all upper. Half the stitching on the back. I just thought it was just a small detail. But uh-huh And I'm still waiting Kobe. Jerseys getting warm I the video. Yeah you here. They.

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"venice beach" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"venice beach" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"At the Armstrong getting superstore Armstrong Armstrong and getting this is the best Armstrong and Gatty California globe is a lesson on publication but they've done some incredibly thorough journalism on the west coast bomb explosion as we've been calling it that's entitled the homeless industrial complex and it is so good it is this sounding really good journalism it is inputs the LA times to shame for instance just then it says the rigorous investigations of they begin with several paragraphs on the situation in the city of the angels I'll just pluck words here and there or racks of taking over the city multiple rodent borne flea borne illnesses plague typhus louse borne illnesses measles tuberculosis exploding typhus hepatitis tuberculosis Xing Gallo diary trench fever of theirs lice again medieval days and is reported by the Atlantic medieval diseases are infecting California's homeless trench fever yeah yeah I'm so anyway that's just a summary of the first two long burger I think to be in the waiting room and the doctor comes in bad news we we took a look at it and it's it's trench for her it's what now what there are estimated to be over fifty five thousand homeless in LA county that's a lot at least a hundred and thirty thousand statewide in cal Univ cornea which is somewhere between a quarter and a third of all of the homeless people in the country right living on sidewalks parks parking lots vacant lots the beach no sanitation trash collection rats fleas mosquitoes ticks mites and lice etcetera an end it now to dive into some more the substance of it and this is so good the problem hope the almost could be completely solved in a few months if there were the political and judicial will to get it done the National Guard could be deployed working with city and county law enforcement almost could be sorted into groups criminal substance abusers mentally ill undocumented aliens and all the rest that has been well my cry for many many years quit using one term to describe a whole bunch of completely different groups and then are you out because that renders it useless we need to treat the sick they say but she got back Terry on the one hand you got the viruses on the other you got mental only she get that you have broken ankle yeah it's never right exactly yeah well said it's it we must treat the sick what do you mean anyway and then they describe what the facilities ought to look like and and they are thoroughly in lightened and compassionate and healthy and the rest of it and where they ought to be put under utilized government lander near urban centers but away from downtown to residential areas industrial areas in short and there's plenty of money to do this in LA alone in twenty sixteen voters approved measure triple H. which sanction pro wrestling no not really allocated one point two billion dollars in bonds to build ten thousand units house almost since then LA voters approved a quarter cent sales tax increase dealt almost additional hundreds of millions are coming from the state to help the homeless every major city in California spending tens of millions of dollars or more on programs for the homeless but most of the money is being wasted why because there is a homeless industrial complex that is getting filthy rich wasting the money will the homeless population swells well yeah it clearly is not be getting any results because the homeless situation is way worse than it was a couple years ago right so after spending gazillion dollars it's worse heart of it is fast and mismanagement and then part of it is it this is the great conundrum with the homeless thing if you have affected help for the homeless you're going to attract more it's just it's it's a tough one well in it there is a bit of a vicious cycle circle in that it's the most expensive place in the country to live save Manhattan and doors you know part like Seattle but as a state Californians incredibly expensive place to live so so you do have a lot of people can't afford to live I've I've been in places I couldn't afford to live and I moved but anyway it just to break this down because we can spend the next hour on this it's so good and so thorough but I'll just hit you with the breaking down some of those numbers a great example of the wasteful spending homeless shelter being built in Venice beach famous Venice beach LA or a permanent population of over a thousand homeless have taken over virtually every public venue including the beach I was there days ago it's true because their tents are now protected by laws private space they not only service housing but as pop of drug retailers and brothels to get these folks off the streets and off the beach all one hundred and fifty four bed shelter has been approved by the city council keep in mind now there are over a thousand it will be a wet shelter meaning druggies and drunks can come and go as they please the estimated cost for the far is eight million dollars eight million dollars house a hundred and fifty people right which crazy over fifty thousand dollars per bed and you can spend the night go out get high drunk however you're gonna do that big money steal whatever right income backspin then I get up at a something that some plan in as they ask in California Globen will have a link to this piece it's absolutely terrific you have already handsome yeah under hot links it Armstrong getting dot com up but nobody's asking women over fifty thousand dollars per bed one night western that bad if you consider the cost of new construction in exorbitant over regulated California but this isn't new construction it's temporary construction of very large tents on three acres of land eight million dollars to put up some large tents and plan for bathrooms and kitchen not only is it only capable of housing a small fraction of the homeless already in Venice it will attract more homeless people to relocate of course to Venice beach of course up there a couple more examples when we find for you okay here you go according to an NPR report this is nakedly progressive radio way left I'm from June twenty eighteen when voters passed measure triple H. they were told that new permanent supportive housing would cost about one hundred and forty thousand dollars per unit but average per unit costs are now more than triple that this is N. P. R. the passive ventures project in east Hollywood has an estimated per unit cost of four hundred forty thousand dollars thanks to her unit that's how I have a knee jerk instinctive reaction against any taxes right because this happens all the time with so many different things it was an incredibly rich giveaway to cronies I got another one for you this is the LA county fly away homes a privately funded development company that's gotten on the the sugar teach their eighty second street development will.

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Leaders Are Those Who Take Responsibility for Their Worlds

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

16:23 min | 2 years ago

Leaders Are Those Who Take Responsibility for Their Worlds

"Are all leaders and leaders those take responsibility for their worlds in. That's the that's the construct I choose to operate in. That's like the construct. I'm doing my work from because I want all of us to be aware that we have a responsibility to be really consciously choosing what we're doing in our showing up and the impact it doesn't matter if it's just at home or just with friends ends or at work you know or inner communities larger stage. We all have an opportunity to influence and create him back every moment and it's it's a choice. We get to consciously make an it's such a beautiful choice that we have that opportunity. How do you see when do you think leadership Japan changed over the years and especially right now. Do you think what do we need to know about leadership today that maybe we didn't know about leadership ten years ago. I I really think it's been transforming. You know in the best way I can. I can look at that is one of the I guess. The data points I have is even just coaching it professionals coaching when I did my training fifteen years ago. Organizations were using coaching as punitive tool as is a willing to coach somebody out of something that they're not really well right thirty right whereas now organizations are investing in in developing their leaders to have a coaching skill set because they know it elicits high performance and they're providing executive coaches for their their their executives and senior leaders because they get a it's. It's it's needed so. This is an example of how leadership has shifted in that. There is a lot more of an understanding that as a leader I don't have all the answers it's important that I'm asking for help in receiving help and have support network to do so whether it's a professional or peers mentor and also that this piece around emotional I call it. Emotional leadership has really come into play at being the millennials have released shifted the workplace in the way that they've taken a stance for ivory my whole south to work so interact with my whole self not just the person that's doing this role but I'm a whole a whole person and what a beautiful gift that that is actually I mean I think the millennials for doing that because I think back to my corporate days and there were those days where I would go to work and I was my corporate me and than ever go home and I was my at home me and never did those to cross right. I mean it was really it was such a beautiful gift when I left the corporate world than I really started to build my business about ten years ago where I started to show up as me and my business and it was it was so it's exhausting to try to be two people and so thank us for the millennials really holding that up there yes and thank goodness goodness for people like you who are modeling that that it's okay to bring your full self and this was when I think back to the twenty six twenty seven year old all that McDonald's restaurant like I didn't know that and I was you know I was pretending to have it all together when I did and and I I think I would have been so much more enrolling had I been vulnerable with the team and and just said you know I need your help. You know this is a big mission. We're going to do it together. Other here are some of my ideas. What are your ideas we collaborate in co create and that takes vulnerability and I think that that's a they way how leadership has shifted and will continue to shift that leaders nowadays needs to be more vulnerable open hearted and really good collaborating and listening. Yes yes and you're teaching leaders to be more resilient with their emotions at the building really resilient relationship nations ship. What does that mean yeah so what it means from the emotional leadership body of work is that it is a leader. I'm aware when I'm experiencing emotion so meeting and maybe something is said or or something happens and I'm I'm triggered by meaning like I feel some anger so knowing one knowing that like having you blow flow into it right you just you just go into the motion and you don't even feel it rightly so there's other completely bypassing it suppressing it pretending like it didn't happen or there's getting so reactive that we were not resourceful. Were not creating the impact. We want you know in so we ended up becoming becoming difficult to work with or you know or we just took the meeting off rails because we weren't able to really say okay. Hey I'm noticing. I'm really uncomfortable with what just happened here. Can we just take a moment. let me try to understand this and get curious with you or the team to should try to really figure out what's going on so I think emotional leadership position having the awareness than a emotional beings and then be knowing knowing how did really harrogate them in a responsible way because we are all our emotions our our energy in motion and if we're a for if we're able to navigate them than we can use it to move our missions forward and to enroll people into our into our visions uh-huh that's good that's good and one of the things that really impressed me as I was looking through your information. That is really around how you are. You're you're a coup Delaney Yoga Meditation Teacher Yan. You Bring Movement into your leadership work in. I love that one of the things I do is I hi do equine guided retreats leadership retreats with my with my horses in our work with teams in their motion. There's movement in there. There's there's ways ways for people to start to to connect into their bodies and and I know that this has got to be really powerful when you're bringing Pendolino Cellini Yoga and meditation into your leadership work. Yeah and I'm so I'm so happy CNET. You're doing this work with horses. It's so powerful there it is. It's incredible. It's anything there's there's you know Kinda. Kundan leany Yoga and equine guided added work has got to have some really comparable threads yes yeah into what I noticed in my own practice of the couldn't Yoga and meditation that because every day I'm moving the energy in my in my field old might energetic body in my physical body. It allows me to have a greater experience of what I'm wanting to create and any thing that gets us in our body. Inner breath is going to allow us to create more what we want though as leaders eaters as humans. I think it's important in this day and age because of how busy it is because of how much information coming at us because of how how many like just how how much we don't have an opportunity just to be and take a moment to pause that we have some I'm kind of embodiment movements breath work practice to allow us to really connect to ourselves to be clear on what I'm here for and to be able to be discerning as to where I put my energy because all of us could be doing a million things things end can be getting pulled in so many directions and if that's happening for you or for any you know any any of the listeners might write. My recommendation is to really look at how can I harness the energy that I have so. I'm directing it to the things that matter most right right and when when you're making that space to be much much more aware. You're starting to feel that so are you. Are you teaching. Are you bringing that energy into the leadership teachings that you're doing so in my online program. It's part of the foundation of it. I'm I'm create. I'm bringing core creates or core impostures. If you will meditations to support the participants to have a healthier more responsible relationship with their emotions MHM I've actually tracked certain meditations at work more effectively with anger or sadness or enjoy so that we can regulate and work with those emotions more effectively and so I- introduce some foundational kindle yoga meditation and then then pull it through the threat of online training now that's awesome. That's really powerful and I will say to Cami for some of your listeners who are leaders was inside organizations or parents. Would I do with my team at work if we get on a call all virtual and if they're struggling ogling you know because there's just so much going on. I'll take three minutes and we'll do a quick meditation and you know and then ask them. You know what shift did now our three minutes ago when most of them will say we'll. I'm actually president now. I feel like this big fire. That's burning over here is actually manageable and and so you could do that at home too. You know whenever wins freaking out or when you sit down for dinner just let's take the take a couple minutes in breeds and you know it's a game changer changer it is you know I had interviewed Tammy Simon of sounds true and she was fabulous and one of the things she talked about was they start start every meeting with with some form of a away to just pause right even if it's like sixty seconds of quiet for people to come into the room mm-hmm and be in the room and I learned that because so often you know even think about coming home you get home. You Walk in the door at dinnertime. The the kids are ready. It's like there's so much noise but if you have that moment of pause between Your Day in one part of your day into the next I think we can move into it much more gracefully completely completely. That's good so how do you bring more peace and balance into your your life. What's what is. What kind of practices do you do personally yeah so I do morning. Delina yoga meditation sets and end sometimes all actually I was living very close to a studio in Venice Beach California where my teachers were but not there anymore so they have an online online where I can just do a class from the day before so sometimes that's sixty to ninety minutes set. If not I have like a short thirty minute set that I'm committed to doing every day and then I'm also committed to doing some being more physical. Whether it's running biking walking on going to some kind of fitness class last year the combination of for me too breath were the energetic body work and the physical body work is crucial I and then I have a gratitude practice that I begin end my days with really looking at what I want to create for the day. It's awesome journal that it is it is all laid out for me so makes it really easy to fill in the blank spots but it's like what what would make today gray and then at nighttime the time so what are three things that I'm grateful but what happened throughout the day and they know I think there's a lot of scientific data out there and a lot of mindfulness information that would talk about whatever we focus on we get more of than so. I think gratitude is having a the daily practice of that really really helps us again to create more of what we're wanting jaggery and one of the things I love that you just talked about there is and because I live live in a remote part of Colorado. I live in the foothills of Colorado writes. I'm not in the heart of city anywhere and to get to a yoga class. It's it's a good twenty minute drive for me. He and I love the fact that you've found on online source that you're you're tuning into that on a regular basis. I might have to get that online source from you happy to share that with you. Yeah that'd be awesome and we'll share it in the show. Notes has after you send that to me said just because it's good for all of us define nine ways that we can connect for ourselves make space for ourselves and I love my own morning time. I really do you know. I I do different things. I really tune into the morning and tune in to say okay. What does my body feel like. It needs right now. Some days. It's meditation in Journalism Days. It's journaling and reading other days. It's just sitting outside and the especially this time of year is such a beautiful time of year to build the still enjoy before it starts to get cold old so that you know just to be in nature as hard so important and I love that you are listening to what you need and that day day so it's I think it's important if we can to schedule a bit of time for ourselves each day it just I know for me. It allows me to come bring more gracefulness throughout the day in be more present and kind of navigate what shows up more elegantly. I guess you know not always but I think that's a really good point Kristie. I think it's we're not even we when we do these things we're gonNA. We still catch ourselves going down as we go back. I could've handled that much more eloquently. Oh my God so much so Oh yes and so but I think the more even going back and acknowledging. Gosh that didn't go the way I wanted it to. It just gives us another groundwork to a foundation to work from right and that we can carry forward most definitely meant to be gentle on ourselves when we don't. Ooh When we're not as perfect as we'd like to be as it's like okay well. I'm learning in them growing up to fail forward the exact and that's part of the growth of it all because none of us are ever perfect so it's really being gentle on ourselves with that most definitely yeah so what is the lie. Are you see you wish to leave in the world who Hammy if I could help this. You know was. GonNa say a handful but that's not true. I WANNA help a lot of people connect to their emotions and the legacy I wanNA leave is more permission for each of us to connect and with all of our emotions and and you know and then within a subset under that would be like some tools for people to so that they feel safe to do that so that they don't continue to suppress or avoid or have the bursts but they I feel like they have some tools to connect those emotions. That's the legacy I wanNA lead in that. You know what it's okay to have messy xenakis that emotions are just part of how we give us feedback to know what's happening for us to have the courage to share that more openly brilliant butter bullied people in a responsible way.

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"venice beach" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"venice beach" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ it's almost time for that Keynes Dona structured open up their whatever five on route one near the orange dinosaur don't forget Fridays are French color Fridays open lines and good hopefully that helps you feel good we're talking it's kind of open lines let me out I'm going to give you a little bit of re I've a recap first of the guests was Peter whole hand author of Norco eighty now because the town in California eight is the year that this topic tacular bank robbery took place and this is the story of it great podcast love it so I had to apply for a podcast job I would send this as my audition good time to sign up for the J. talking podcast to find the J. talking broadcast just Google J. talking it might be fun for you to get the I heart app on your phone get it that way or wherever you live however you get your podcasts we talked about well it just so happened this woman named Donna who's got became famous as Boston Donna when she was out in Venice beach area she became a one woman by Crichton please can I carry in can slapping on neighborhood watch person she became neighborhood watch to the extreme some people call the vigilante some people call their helpful they did have the book glow did an article on in two thousand ten which I actually shared with you after speaking with her as to how you felt about Boston Donna and her activities you can actually she won Google this article if you just if this is the first you've heard of it when you get to work or something and we talk a little bit about and you like the money he keeps and what would you do with it if you had it I know that that's a topic that's been in people news once in awhile what would you do with us money but I did start thinking about it there's one thing I would do if I did I probably get a car and it also probably get a summer place I know it wouldn't be a summer place it would be another and in some rural area I never really rich maybe a place then I can fly to sport main maybe every one of those guys that died in a small plane crash today rich guy died of a small plane crash they're probably be me find from Boston Massachusetts to broker I to Eastport Maine I don't know like he's sport I'd also like to have and maybe I have it up there the summer place I would buy a vehicle another vehicle and it would be a jeep track **** a jeep track **** is this monster this vehicle is just it's basically it's a grand Cherokee.

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"venice beach" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"venice beach" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The cash that's a real big thing along Venice beach because it or okay so you must know the rule is is a citizen odd to handcuff somebody yeah why not well I don't know the criminals are stupid so why wouldn't they do exactly what I challenge right right I mean you might get hurt no no he might be illegal no it's not illegal wow I am I get is Gaston S. citizens arrested the rights of citizens how far can they go I didn't put hands on him I just yet and cast them so what the military is just say that Tom they went to court and they were found innocent and your hand custom then they let him go you have wrongly handcrafted maybe maybe I'll be around maybe that would be considered a kidnapping a personal I didn't arrest him I didn't move their bodies you are you have someone I just to change them you know I can't you should quit smoking by the way I know criminal the stupid yeah your I think it's a miracle you didn't get arrested I'll guide now my rap sheet if you give please read me here like for a query Jack its flight fifty pages but it's all under witness wait this witness witness witness I had my own subpoena blacks in the police station okay so if you saw somebody breaking in to a house what you right now yeah you'll know back then you would have come from well there was a guy if you could and say well I say would be like Louis gates in Cambridge the the police wrongly handcuffed well I don't I don't know if they have got them but if you would see what they saw and you may very well actually okay will they wrongly detained him I didn't and if you had done it and it's not even a officer it it's it's like it's like a taxi later on we detain him all they did was to change them and got the information and it turned out that yet it was his house okay so why should say on what I should say is that it was he was at his own house if you have how do you think you would go for you for you if you were in that situation saw the owner of his own house trying to get in and you thought always breaking in and you hand crafted first of all you get in trouble for that I need to know I knew ninety nine percent of the people where I live it was very easy for me to do what I did because I knew everybody and I knew that I had the cop backing that within seconds that they would be there and there was one guy who was crawling through a window and I could see him from my apartment so I ran downstairs any at one forty and one foot out one hand in one hand out and with the one hand out I handcuffed him and drag him out of the window and I said what are you doing any said you now same thing everybody else tells you criminals lie to you I live here well I happen to know the guy lived I said no you don't so I can count them and one of my neighbors saw me he called the cops in the helicopter shows out and I have the police radio so I can hear the transmission so I hear I'm I have to bring to break with you after this.

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"venice beach" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"venice beach" Discussed on KTRH

"Calls Venice beach in California home back with more right here on coast to coast AM these guess your Houston's news weather or traffic plus breaking news twenty four seven news radio seven forty K. T. R. A. I. R. tradio station well there is weaker but this storm still poses a danger in Louisiana and Eric sharp it's twelve thirty on newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. traffic and weather together he's been Martin Eric road work is pretty much a heavy topic at this early morning inside six ten six ten south bound between ten the KTM postoak that stretches completely shut down and stepping into forty five the Gulf and between NASA parkway fifty nine at last report that stretch in pretty good shape in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center weather channel forecast a decreasing chance of shower thunderstorm for the rest of the overnight only about a twenty percent chance as of right now lows around seventy nine forty percent chance of rain is what they're calling for your Monday highs ninety two right now it's partly cloudy eighty four still feels like ninety four the case here H. west side door said Lexus twenty four hour weather center news Todd twelve thirty one our top story thousands of people spending the night the darkest tropical depression bury continues to battle Louisiana a hundred thousand people are still without power across the state that's down from a hundred eight eighty eight thousand now earlier berry was downgraded from a tropical storm Sunday though it's pounding the state with rain and wind and forecast expect berry to be much worse meanwhile the Amazon prime day set for Monday and Tuesday it's the fifth here for the Black Friday like sales that has deals that pop up every.

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"venice beach" Discussed on Enough About Me with Shep Rose

Enough About Me with Shep Rose

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"venice beach" Discussed on Enough About Me with Shep Rose

"There's always a crowd, that wants to have drinks and this and that so yeah. Last night was a little wild Saturday, was wild to said, that's the thing you. So my friends are in town from Venice Beach, California. So I, I was with them Saturday, we had a big fun time then yesterday. My friends are in from London, and we had a big old time. So where did you go last night? The we'll go to electric room know who I know the electric room for did you end up at the box? No, no, the box last night. Do they have a big Sunday? You have you been to the box. I have been to the box. It's a good time. Yeah. This is a good time. I mean it's on, frankly. It's a little ten years ago. Right. I mean, yeah, but I feel like there's still amazing perform. This to be. It was something to see right now. It's a little who don't know what the boxes, it's like this crazy kind of club cabaret, and they do these raw. Iran cheese. Like you may see someone shooting grapes out of their vagina may happen. Happen. Lots of nudity, and I definitely been and had a grand old time. But yes, so tonight I've got to relax 'cause I big day tomorrow, but yeah, it's just hard to relax in the city. It's just hard to relax in New York City. Right. You live in a little shoebox, and so you wanna you wanna get out of the house, so you can stretch your legs literally, because you're probably anyway. And then you go out onto the street and my grandfather said he's from Selma Alabama. He said, when you walk down the street in New York City, twenty dollar bills fly out of your pocket. That is the truth. So I don't know. I'm going to London on Wednesday. I'm excited about that. Yeah. This horse races. You wear a top hat entails. It's pretty cool. I call them Royal Scott, and then I come back and then I go a next weekend, not this week. But the next is I don't know if you watch Bravo at all I, I don't. Okay. I don't have cable. So there's this wedding Jackson Brittany there on the show, Vander pump rules. And they're getting married, at a castle in outside of Lexington Kentucky, and it's on camera, and I'm just sort of I wished I'd like them both very much, and I'm going because it's going to be like an event. I truly jamming. Absolutely. So that's what I'm doing. You have a date. They are taking. No, I asked Charlie's they're on. On Twitter, though. And she didn't respond that should good deep pink. Well, she was on. Oh, yes, because she was on Andy Cohen show and said that she liked not like me that, I seem like, fun, right? Which I am. Right. So no. She didn't respond. Probably not a good career move. Yeah. I know. I would love to take Shirley's Toronto at. Yeah. All right. I think that's like the equivalent of like somebody going to prom with some like a like Jennifer Lawrence going to prom in the middle. So. So yeah, I'm kind of a charity case, I guess, in that way. What are your summer plans? Well, I just got back from Paris, and Austria on Friday. You're an Austria Vienna, my partner, and I we went for life ball familiar with life ball. Yeah, I, I actually hadn't heard of it either, but it's, it's been going on for twenty five years. It's this huge production show, benefiting the aids foundation. It is why like wild. They do it at their city hall, which looks like this massive palace. And it's a full two and a half hour show. Full production like show about what they put on lake. They just put on a performance like this year, the theme was kind of like a wizard of Oz theme. And like the I dunno whatever this whole thing, but like very gave super who of envy, Anna, and so we went to that, and then flew over to Paris and the nice I spent the week there, my friend came in met me, would you stay in Paris? Alfred's so Mia is a cool ties. Yeah..

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"venice beach" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"venice beach" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"By the sun space weather the massa grant will underwrite development of satellites expected to be launched within the next three years with more satellites developed by south west researches to scientists the iowa city press-enterprise reports at the satellites are designed to gather data on how the sun creates solar wind and how earth responds to the solar wind nasa scientists say the goal is to understand what drives space weather so humans can mitigate any harmful effects correspondent jeremy house new hampshire prep school graduate convicted of sexually assaulting a fifteen year old classmate has been released from jail twenty-three-year-old owen abry reported the merrimack cafes jail after christmas after judge refused to shorten his sentence he'd been serving ten months but was released for good behavior this tunnel dot com water brothers has do ause warner media's named bbc executive an sarnoff to replace former studio chief ken suji hora who departed in march over misconduct allegations sarnoff is the first woman to lead the ninety six year old warner brothers currently the president of bbc studios america's sarnoff also been a top executive with the w._n._b._a. in viacom a._t. and t. last year acquired time warner which was renamed warner media rod rocks reporting set at eleven launch day delivery service monday they will send a slurpee or almost anything else carried by the chain to public places ranging from parks to beaches company says more than two thousand seven eleven hotspots including new york's central park and venice beach in los angeles unactivated customers need to download seven elevens seven now up and so acting show seven now pins defined hotspot close by or these stories at townhall dot com i've patrick fos telling you wall street's doesn't want you to know it's the phil's game show with phil grandy that the economy's doing so well why is the economy in just twelve months down thirty eight percent for wall street to washington to your investments we've got to think about retirement we gotta think about money you're not.

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York Central Park And Los Angeles discussed on New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

York Central Park And Los Angeles discussed on New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

"Business convenience chain seven eleven is launching a service that lets customers order everything from slurpy to a battery charger and delivered to a public thanks like park or beach more than two thousand seven eleven hotspots including new york central park and venice beach in los angeles will be working starting

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"venice beach" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"venice beach" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

"Oh, man Omai. Yeah. Do we call her Venice beach dog Dirks up? Spoke. It's so yeah. Oh, man. Yep. Durfee thing do that's really funny as a gray word this. I mean, I said it on stage. I'll say it again. I was like y'all are weird you do here. Like, it's just such a foreign concept to me to like intentionally like grind in jeans or pants. It's hilarious. I mean, you know, maybe in the modern, maybe that's what it was before. Maybe in the modern era. You know, it's like wearing Lululemon some basketball shorts. You know, maybe they're like, you know, maybe it's it gets really barebones. So it gets real close. Yeah. You know, maybe Durfee is evolved. We're just in the dark. You know, what soaking is? Yeah. Yeah. For soaking. Is you put it in you actually, put it in? And does don't the the needs leave it. So you don't thrust at all. You just stay perfectly still. There are no motion. There is no way. Yeah. I don't know. How I'd be like. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Here we go and oh fuck. Oh fuck. Did you just oh woe? Are you saying you're you're blasting officers? Yeah. I would do it. If you haven't had sex or jacked off, actually, no, you probably whack at a ton. But if you've never fucked for years and years, and then you get that feeling Jonah. Oh, yeah. It definitely is the first time you had said it was over in fifteen says was over. Yeah. Dunn's? Oh, yeah. I s- bunked. I. Does he just instantly? Okay. We're just gonna we're just going to soak ten seconds. That's all you get. Okay. Okay. Okay. That's it. So finds like a dirty pan. You gotta soak it it just letting like the juices like just soak into your dick until it gets off again. And then you take it out nothing pussy juice gives you like a beard makes you taller. Okay. Okay. That's. That's what. It's like. Okay. Okay. Okay. Here we go ten seconds. All right. Fuck. Oh god. I just send in me. Did you seriously just not in me? I thought we were so king. We have to get married now. And we are going to raise this child together like. Doc Faulk we should have just dearth instead. Oh, man. That's our new fucking brand Europe daddy's daddy's. Yeah. Bro where your daddy's where you're d'oeuvres daddy's. I should move the camera down. There's a lot of head space. We're in the green room of the the Ogden the Ogden straight fucking, by the way. You sick venue? So cool, by the way, a lot of green rooms are actually green. Isn't that weird is that's supposed to be? This is like some ignorant dumb shit were about to get on. Yeah. There's probably a reason for it. It's man lie. Live comedy is so much fun. But can't damn dude. Oh, it's stressful man. It's fucking stressful just drain India. We you water. Gimme a water. So that's all are feeli- feigns. You what are ice pool up? Bring us a water ice. So Tom in Matt or TM in our stage manager there from Philly. They're fucking awesome. Yeah. You we last night you we were in Salt Lake..

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