17 Burst results for "Zuza"
"zuza" Discussed on 790 KABC
"-partment. They love when they move to the country house. They love all of her antics with the cigarettes chocolates, everything like she can do no wrong along Albany to. That's what they morning drive with John Phillips and Jillian barberie. Morning six to ten AM seven ninety ABC. So Bradley Cooper, good-looking impersonal. No one knows. And the thing I look at him. And I go, that's I hate people like is her horrific horrific funny because I read an article back when he was doing Ilias, and that he was quoted saying he had a horrible time there. He was depressed out of his mom. We we've been friends since then. And he's an amazing guy. We had a great time. But yeah, he was frustrated with his character. Here's a guy who was so unbelievably talented and knows about story structure and character and everything so well versed in he's just a film. You know nut. He just knows everything about it. He's classically trained in acting. And he stuck on the show. That was great. But there were two parts of that show. There was her life as a spy and her life in normal, you know, with her split. Yeah. And they didn't want the writing it was clear that this spice stuff. The action stuff was where it was happening, and he played a friend on the other side. So he was frustrated with that. But I kept telling him, and he reminds me of this to the states, I will take credit for that. I kept saying him. Do you gotta hold on because you and he wasn't going anywhere. He was he's an actor. He I said it's going to happen. It's going to happen for you. And I the experience that I had on stars born he is he's just born to do this. Dependable traffic right now. Southbound side of the one ten eight get a crash here. The two left walked already backing up toward the five. They should reopen lanes momentarily for you. Westbound sixty Soto clearing up a crash. Let's the right lane delays from Indiana. Northbound from a bad ditman on the five westbound sixty Zuza get a crash here with a big rig involves he'll walk in the opera. But is he Spanish busy from hacienda? And south fifty seven orange door to the ninety one throat work in the carpool lane and.
"zuza" Discussed on KCRW
"In Glendale, we have a big deal going on westbound one thirty four after Pacific avenue crash that's taking up the left lane. And you are literally stop from the two in Irwindale now northbound six five before live oak road, we have a crash that one's taking up middle lanes and your at across from lower Zuza or Holly, thanks so much. We're gonna get some clouds later this evening with lows in the fifty s should be mostly sunny tomorrow with highs in the sixties right now, sixty one degrees in Santa Barbara at five. Twenty. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm also Chang, and Mary Louise Kelley one week after the terror attack that killed fifty people at two mosques in the city of Christchurch the government of New Zealand broadcast, the Muslim call to prayer from one of those mosques. Mm. Soon. Thousands of people attended today's service, including prime minister Jacinta Arden in a statement. She quoted the prophet Muhammed believe is in the mutual kindness, compassion and sympathy I just like one body. When any Pat of the body suffers the whole Audie feels pain. Mourns with you. We are one among those their analysts Ning NPR's, rob Schmitz. He has been a New Zealand all week. He joins me now. Hey, rob Lewis sounds like this was incredibly emotional yet again today. What was it like to be at this prayer service? Yeah. I think the service helped the country in the community. He'll after the prayer ran into someone named Akmal Ali who just arrived from Auckland family member of his was shot, but his okay and his best friend or shot in the lower back he survived, but he's never going to walk properly. Again, Ali talked to me about the shooter. And here's what he said. I.
"zuza" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Found in a dumpster. This is as Zuza. A lot of those lately. Aren't we? Yeah. It's completely completely devastated. And they know who did it to them. They're coming in as someone who lived in the neighborhood. And then what's interesting about these kinds of cases is you never know what the mother the biological mother is going to be charged with if it can be determined. If they can't determine the child was alive at the time of the birth. Then you don't have manslaughter you'll have emerge murder. What you have is simply some kind of ill illegal disposal of a body, which may be abyss demeanor. So, but it's and then we have these stories of these infants found in the dumpsters. These girls who usually are teenagers who panic. I don't know what they do. They've hidden it from their family, and it's heartbreaking all the way around to say. The least on that note on the hacienda heights girl that was found in a duffel. Remember how I had said that they knew who it was. But they were waiting to locate next of kin, we just got a, you know, a an Email to our newsroom that saying that is actually an error. That's from a source that we normally trust. But the police still do need as many tips as they can get on that story. So the emails started with Rondo Bongo. Yeah. They were like you're practically like kind of a little bit of good for you for correcting that I wouldn't have but good for you for making a correction. Okay. Well, Gloria Allred mentioned for at least the second time on the show today. She represents at least two women who are. Accusing R Kelly of sexual assault. Now, she says there's a new person who is a witness who can corroborate their claim..
"zuza" Discussed on The Corner
"They're gonna start shooting never fails. It would always shoot like people always soon. So Twix biz the Catholic we had we at clubs that we're in like damn restaurants. Like, we wherever we could set up like we used to promote a club. Now. Youth group promoted a club. And always there was always a fight. There was always something. But it was just mad. It was like the time of our lives. Like, we just. It was just completely lawless until then just one time you went to the club. I mean, we was being so hard. We were sweating and the cloud. We went outside my homeboy is outside. What are you doing? Here is about shoots club up. I call my boys down to go. Just like, okay as it out failed the under eighteen under twenty one clubs in Vegas because you couldn't go on the strip like when you try to the us you off the streets. We made our own clubs, and it was always something getting shot up with out fail every weekend. We will run in from gunfires when I was in one of those. I think the only one we had is like it wasn't clubs seven two. But it was in that building like off lingo that. She's been like eighteen things. So it was in mayor that was like the eighteen hundred club we had. And then when that shit finally got shot up for like the team time they closed down and we had to go to hookah spots. So we used to go to like Zuza and hookah spots before who was really even big out here when it was still like dramatic Lega Dominican to do an shit and legit Middle Eastern people doing a hookah, but zoo's a had like this crazy dance floor, and they let eighteen and under and it was bananas doping and then they sell liquor, but they never carded. So even like me who really isn't into like smoking. I just went in there got drunk that that was the wave. But now like from growing up, it's crazy because I feel like Vegas has more that down south influence, so like when I came out here, I could get the joints our pop and down south, and you're like, okay, that's fire in New York. It was still such a bubble in the nineties and growing. Yup. The I wasn't really like dance into Luke when I was growing up at parties. Like it wasn't. It wasn't the wave to throw in like to live wrong. Look anything like that. So my join growing up was metro devante everyone falls in love. Jamaican what with everyone falls in love hits. The you'll those Ray gay parties shoutout to Macklin conception middle school high school. In New York. The Catholic school used to have the best dances. And might their cafeteria was pretty much entire basement. So the shit looked like the videos in every Jamaican move or every making salt it was banana like the pipes are exposed up top people hanging onto that swinging freaking girls off the polls in Jamaica, girls, doing the duchy one bananas..
"zuza" Discussed on KCRW
"He says have at least seven to ten days worth of supplies, including water, food and meds. Do a lease cycle. Tell NPR news, Los Angeles. Stocks finished higher on Wall Street boosted by Bankin healthcare companies. While net flicks lead, a rally and internet and tech stocks. The NASDAQ was up one and three quarters percent. This is NPR. And this is KCRW. It's four thirty two. I'm Steve is here's what's happening right now. The lockdown is over at a couple of southern California college campuses this evening after they had received an unspecified threat. There were no injuries students and staff at citrus college in Glendora and nearby Zeus Pacific university in USA. We're told to shelter in place officers with the Glendora police department say that they took a man into custody. No word on what the threat was or what they are at least arresting the man four after that unspecified threat officers also deployed the bomb squad there on one of the campuses. But again, the lockdown is over at citrus ended a Zuza Pacific university on the second day of L A USD strike school administrators are paying close attention to the numbers. How many students are showing up at class? Will we do have firm figures about yesterday? We're not sure about today. But yesterday, the last attendance figure that they have and fewer than a third of the students showed up. Those absences are costing the district. Big bucks. Here's KCRW's sites men superintendent Austin Putin says the district missed out on twenty five million dollars in state funding on Monday alone. However, the district's hit was more like fifteen million when you subtract teacher salaries the wages of utility members. Not to work yesterday was approximately ten million twenty five million of lost opportunity. Elliott USD is funded by the state based on the number of students who attend school on a given day when students don't show the district doesn't get paid because of that. And because district officials say school is the safest place for students. L A USD is urging parents to send their kids to school KCRW, Sarah lsats been reporting hundreds of substitute teachers are in place at those schools, something that the teachers union said was he responsible to do? But they are there to oversee the children the students who are in the class. Asses and not necessarily in classrooms. But also in the gymnasium also the cafeterias as well. In large numbers Butin are also acknowledged that the strike is having a big impact on the district's finances are already in the red. Of course, it LA USD. We'll keep you posted on this story as we move on four thirty-four KCRW KCRW sponsors.
"zuza" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"It premiered in Harrisburg PA benefited a lot of the local communities community church charities getting ahead cool off. So this was telecast in two parts on Walt Disney's wonderful world of colors on the twelfth. And the nineteenth of November. As one episode was called true son on the episode was called true, sons revenge. So this is kind of like BB Crockett thing. Yeah. But backwards because this came out in nineteen fifty eight, but that was so it was like they put it out as a movie, and then put it on TV, whereas Davy Crockett was the other way around. Got it. They learned. So according to a New York Times news item. Although Disney bought the rights to Conrad Richter's book in June of nineteen fifty three a month after publication. So he liked it right away. He didn't plan to put it into production until nineteen fifty seven and the review also noted that the end of the film was trained from the book, which we will get to a little bit. So it was shot in Tennessee alongs, Tennessee river about twenty miles from Chattanooga. Also, Tennessee was filmed him, I dunno. I skipped over that part. It It was. was. In Sanford, tanto valley, California. And some scenes were shot in. Oh, that's also California. I'm sorry. I don't know. Why thought that was somewhere else? Throw me off. This your. In a review from variety. They ever say the other city, I said, it was also California. Okay. Zuza Zuza as city in Tennessee was Massin gal point, they looked really scary. So. So review from variety said, quote, like most Disney production productions it is pastoral in quality almost fable like in its gentle approach to some basically bitter situations about that Hollywood. Reporter also noted that values of fan mail praising the authenticity have convinced as need that meticulous research has given his studio tremendous prestige in educational circles, and this is a real commercial advantage. I don't know how I feel about that. I can appreciate like the authenticity comment with regards to like costume and possibly like visual on paper on paper. Great. I just I don't know. It's just the stereotypes that get me. But honestly at that time, like those stereotypes were real in those people like really would have said those things maybe not like talking the way, you know. I'm not saying that. But like the white people would have said those things about the native Americans, the native Americans would have said those things about the white people, you know, so like in terms of that like it's probably historically accurate on what people would have said. I just feel like there's a better way to show us that you know, there's got to be like a middle ground to make it not as. What's the word? I'm looking for to make it not as controversial guess or insensitive insensitive. Probably is the word, I'm one. Yes. Jocelyn? Well, it would be interesting to state not to actually have remix made of especially like the films from the fifties. But just to kind of know what like have the story line trade using today's societal norms. Yeah. Well, look like, how would they have made this story in two thousand eighteen yes. Yeah. And just and and you're right. They might like there might have been a better way to portray those different like those differences than what was seen in the fifties. Yeah. Yeah. For sure. All right, somebody on this remake all these movies. In twenty eighteen in eighteen who would we cast and fess Parker's role? I would say Clint Eastwood buddies too old now. James marsden? Has like a he has like a kind of like a decent a decent like commanding voice. I have to Google him. I can't pictures face. He was Prince Edward in enchanted. Oh, I'm gonna go. Yes. Pratt. Pratt is good too. He put a twang. Yeah. Good. Keep his stubble. Yeah. If he wrangled raptors he'd be a great west. For real. All right. So head cannon Chris Pratt. Fess parker. Chris pret-? He's the new Davy Crockett was that'd be sweet. But would be actually I that. Awesome. You heard it here. First. All right. So some book to movie differences, there's quite a few. So the movie expands the role of del hardy who player by fest part, of course, because everybody loves good old fess. So he remains with the Butler family much longer than he actually does in the novel. So in the movie he's like I got to watch over this kid. I gotta make sure that. Uncle wills doesn't kill them..
"zuza" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Aid workers raced to get water food medicine and shelter to the Indonesian port city of Kalou their efforts came nearly a week after large portions of central solid waste province or ravaged by a powerful earthquake into NAMI that killed more than fourteen hundred people Sarah Fontaine of the Red Cross told aljazeera that age groups were bringing in relief supplies by ship to gain access to difficult to reach areas, tragically our Red Cross teams came across a village called Plato. It is on the border of pollen Sigi. It is a village that has been completely obliterated. It was once home to fire hundred people, and they have just recovered fourteen bodies. And they're continuing their search and rescue efforts access to these areas are is difficult. The Indonesian military was bringing in hundreds more troops to help with search and rescue efforts and to keep order among survivors have grown desperate six days after their lives were thrown into chaos. At the same time. Authorities issued shoot on sight orders to stop desperate survivors who've broken into warehouses for food water other supplies or anything they might be able to sell to buy necessities. Immobile Diaz unit for Puerto Rican. Suffering from kidney failure has finally arrived on the tiny island of via Casse more than one year after hurricane Maria governor Ricardo CEO said that a three million dollar unit bought by the federal government will be set up at a shelter serving. As a makeshift emergency clinic. Some patients had been flying three times a week to the main island of Puerto Rico for dialysis since the category. Four storm hit last year. But at least five patients have died doctors relatives say the constant trips. Wore them down. A prominent evangelical university in southern California has reinstated outright ban on gay and lesbian relationships after briefly gave LGBT students. Hope they could date and fall in love on campus as freely as their straight classmates Zuza Pacific university, one of the oldest Christian universities on the west coast claims its board of trustees approved an administrative decision last month to lift a ban on romantic same sex relationships in the schools standards of conduct agreement. Kantor reports around two hundred Zeus Pacific university students sang and prayed in front of the Felix events center on Monday morning in support of those students who may have been affected by the reinstatement of the ban AP had removed the ban on LGBTQ relationships on campus following several months of talks between students and university leaders. This sudden about-face comes after major backlash from Christian media outlets and pundits over these September eighteenth student newspaper article about the band's removal AP then announced last week that the policy change had never actually been approved by its board of trustees. Therefore, they reinstated the ban Aaron green co executive director of brave Commons and national organization that supports LGBTQ students specifically Christian universities states that are alma mater AP is being hypocritical. What concerns me among many other things with this reversal is that the board of trustees claims dot bye bye reinstituting this policy that they're doing a. You know abiding by more traditional view of Christianity that they're remaining true to their God first principle and their Christian principles. But clearly this dissonance and incongruency within the internal structures of APO the board of trustees and the administration who decided to drop the policy shows the opposite of that. If you don't have your internal you-know-what together. How are you possibly going to admit to the world and admit to the public at large that you are in fact, a Christian institution that who's? Yes means. Yes. And who's no means no? And who is able to stand by quote, unquote, Christian or Christ like principles that didn't happen at all with this reversal of the policy. Green also states that the policy was meant to help remove the stigma of being an LGBTQ student on Christian campuses, when it comes to mind, logic and reason. Being behind the removal of this policy. Wasn't to give a green light or a go ahead for folks who identify with the LGBTQ community to just run free and wild and do whatever they want on campus that is precisely the opposite of that. It actually just gave us a bigger safety net and removed stigmatization towards our community because we are often falsely identified by the conservative Christian community as a subhuman grip also somehow inherently involved with illicit sexual activity, which is also false philosophy. Professor Terry, Merrick said that students might refrain from having future talks with the administration because their trust. Maybe broken seminary professor rob Mathiot praised the students for responding with piece instead of anger because that is what's consistent with both their in Christ's message of love in Los Angeles. I'm Laura Kanter Pacific. Our radio KPFK, and this is the evening news on KPFA. Berkeley, KPFK, Los Angeles KFC, Fresno and online at KPFA dot org. This is Brian Edwards.
"zuza" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Babies names, just a second. How keeping babies names since I could walk. I had names since like middle school or high school at least. Wow. They change this show is so unlike someone come in I think to myself, I got nothing, and then you guys come all these Easter eggs. I got Patty from zip Patty good morning. How are you? I'm good, and you I'm solid. Now you want to go back to Ryan's roses from yesterday. Yes. Okay. Sandra who Email hosting that? Her husband Vince was cheating because he came home about his wedding ring on he sent the flowers to another woman Carmella, right? Who he said was his wife. Sandra admitted she invents were not legally married. But basically the guy was he had to relationships simultaneously. Yeah. This happened to your best friend. Very similar. My best friend this guy for about two years and at the two year, Mark, you know, she brought up going are we ever going to get married, and I want to start having kids how? And so forth. So a couple of weeks passed and he actually proposed proposed. They had a six month engagement banded up getting married. How did the whole thing? Three months after the wedding. She tried to. And when she went to those offices. They ended up telling her that dog record was on file for her marriage. He ended up going back home. She doesn't tell him anything. But ends up starting to follow him around to see where he's going because he's in sales. So he's gone because you'll go to convention centers in different cities and stuff gone about half of the week starts following him. And instead of going to the airport to go somewhere else. He ends a point to this other. No. Him and he told her the whole story has been married for several years with another woman has two kids and the marriage was not legal. So keep basically paid for the whole wedding for the person that was pretending to have the license to marry them at their wedding and pretty much made up the whole thing. So that he wouldn't have to choose between her and his actual white because he wanted to keep them now. You call me Patty from Zuza and. I think that these stories are not everywhere. And then we have one yesterday. And then this one today, so he hired a phony pastor and everything. Yes. I can't. The officer never even had a licensed or anything like that. Because he looked at it as well, man. Probably does. She doing now. I mean, he's fine. Now this happened. I wanna take two years ago. You never recover. Patty. Are you in a normal marriage? Yes. I am. Could you explain what that is? Well, my husband, and I have an open to Munich ation, and whenever we have problems we talked about it with fantasy. Like any like any regular marriage whenever we have problems 'cause we have them. Go ahead and talk about what a what a novel idea, Patty. I appreciate you for listening to us. What's your husband's name? Thank you. His name is. You take.
"zuza" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Oh, well, I also have a QB question. I am wondering if Aaron Rodgers is okay with his injury, or if I should go ahead and play Kirk cousins. It's tough on Rogers because he admits he's slow by the injury and it could cost him games this season. If you're reading between the lines cousins has that great matchup my concern cousins is it could be like the Baltimore week, one matchup where flacco not and had a great star of the game. They got so far ahead. He sat down the only played half a game. I've got cousins rated sweatless head of Rogers because of it Rogers has more upset with and looking percentage play. I'm going cousins to Zuza this time and Anthony, Anthony, you're on with the football scientists. Can you see Joyner morning guys on the going? Was that all right? My question is if I should start up, it's Patrick against Pittsburgh or the Shawn Watson, it gets giants. Fitzpatrick's. Got I. I like that matchup. I think this dealers are probably going to play a lot better in their secondary. They've simplified their coverages and Joe hate him aback this week. You saw their shutdown corner. So having him out really heard their defensive last week and a half though I think that's Patrick's going to do well, but I don't see a four touchdown night at him Watson, that's the most favorable blocking mismatch of the week. The Houston blocking should destroy the giants rush defense and their their pass rush. I think the Texans are gonna be able to do everything they want to do. So Watson's the twenty point guy and playing them this week, we look at the Dallas Cowboys in debt Prescott against the Seattle Seahawks might team, or you look at car against the Miami Dolphins, which one of those guys should I put on the bench. I'd probably put car on the bench just because they're the past bog, has been good, but he's still not taking enough further goal. Chances downfield and Dak the Seattle front seven is not graded out very well. There about a third of the league team and. Doc also runs the ball to unexpecting. His been rushing about very much of late. I expect that they're going to have him do more of that. When you add those two together, he says a lot more upset. Casey Joyner, the football scientists open your with your fantasy football questions for the weekend. In fact, we have one here in house. Casey Maggie. Got shaggy, shaggy. He wants to know Casey what the hell's he's supposed to do with Levy on bell. He picked him first overall. I know there's a lot of people pick them in their drafts and I five picks. What do you do with them? Casey. He's too valuable to to Terada can't. I was dropped. Hi, do try and train them. I would. I turn trade, I probably would. I think alot for him, I think that he if it'd be going to sell well, but you gotta hope these. There's a way you can pitch the upside to somebody for maybe a late-season playoff run. If I'm going to keep her league, I'm thinking a train them to keep really gonna. I'm not doing well. Okay. Well, maybe I'm I'm playing for next year and saying, okay, I'm gonna. Go ahead and sell them low because he has to show up, but we tend to get into crude year to be free agent next year. So I'm trying to play for that. If I'm trying to play the outside, let's go back to the phones this time and west Covina and Daniel. Daniel, you're on with Casey Joyner. Yeah, Chris, Thomson for Redskins and the Pierre league or Pat rado from the Niners. The forty Niners run blocking it was graded out exceptionally well and Breda has he? I think he leads the league in rushing and he's got a double digit, showing my good blocking Archer attempt category that measures how productive one that gives me gets good balking. So those are all exceptional numbers for him in the PR Ligo Thompsons catching so many passes and he is such a central part and I like their match of two. So I am probably starting Thompson just because the PR league got thinking, get double-digit targets. I'm Brita still kind of split with Morris. All right. ESPN senior football analyst and fantasy football expert? Casey joiners here getting ready for the weekend and your fantasy football lineup. Tarzana the valley Mitch Mitchell with Casey Joyner..
"zuza" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"I do a weekly article for US band fantasy section rate balking matchup, and I've got both the Rams and the chargers ranked having a in there blocking and Bach. Matchup is important because special run blocking. Running back to four to five times more productive and they get quality run blocking and they are. They don't get caught around blocking and quarterbacks are sixty percent more productive when they don't get pass, rush pressure, and they both these matches are incredibly Phero. From that perspective, getting this is a week. We're pretty much if I've got a charges Iran's player on my roster. I definitely get him in the land of even like Mike Williams. I think he'd be somebody should put into flak. I think that they're gonna be able to go vertical against defend. Okay. So there's a little rant and charges were here at the tilted kilt. Let's go to the people get the point over the the first person is up who's it coupe from Long Beach. And my question is start or sit Cam Newton for flacco. I definitely wanna start gaming that one flacco. He's looking veterans such that offense and Cam is he gonna run the ball ton in doubt the secondary. I revamped got more out back there, but no, I keep those keeping potential. Let's go for another question to Casey. Joyner the football scientists who's up next, hey, it's Henry from Zuza Nandi Souso as e in the USA. Lamar Miller are dead Henry standard league non. PR. I've been very various big on Derrick, Henry going into the season tightened have on the top of blinds and that often divine marking article. I mentioned I, I know the talk about the Lewis getting split carries and all that. But the Lewis is five foot, seven hundred eighty five pounds. They're not gonna. Give them a huge workload and the dolphins run defense..
"zuza" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"Wow i was in zuza california i had moved back from milwaukee i think we talked about on one of our previous still in school no i i graduated i had moved out to milwaukee to live with the girlfriend who was there on halloween and november first she said i'm not love with you any more please leave so i'm so at the end of ninety three i move was backed by christmas and so then i worked for six months at the olive garden in orange county where such good memories of learning kurt cobain died there and oj simpson driving his his gene whatever was right by its and me listening to the the chase the bronco chase in the walk in refrigerator because they were piping in the radio coverage of it but then after six months and i was taking the bus i didn't have a car similar to you i didn't so i had to take the bus there i take three buses to get to work and then weirdly i won a bunch of money in vegas and bought a car really blackjack and used to be good at blackjack and so i would like sometimes come back with like twenty five hundred bucks or something so i bought a car and then i my friend said to me like hey if you're looking to move out of your because i was living my parents if you're looking to move my buddy has a condo in his ouza that's like super cheap and it's good and uses a little far away but.
"zuza" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Ceremonial first pitch dodger stadium traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center crashing culver city on the four oh five for about four or five at the ninety in this is taken away the corporal lane traffic is really heavy coming off the one of five southbound side slows down off and on pretty much all the way from bella vista heart us parkway giving in to pasadena eastbound three ten to four sierra madre earlier stalled car moved off to the shoulder but things are still very heavy from just about mountain street stay slow to about zuza eastbound side of the tenure seeing delays from city terrace drive off and on to zeus and he spent sixty already heavy commute from the seventeenth after the fifty seven freeway also things are heavy on the fifty five had an earlier crash up inside before the four zero five that's gone to things we're trying to recover from dire northbound side slows down from the four or five out to the twenty two kfi in the sky helps get you there faster rains are over and the warm weather is in and that means termites are out there swarming looking for a home to colonize in and you don't want it to be yours if you discover termites little wood shavings bottom your baseboard dot says termite crap you've already got damaging your walls man you need to help right now but it's nice to know if you catch them in early days or you don't have them at all which is why i'm suggesting you call pacific coast termite pacific coast termite does a superb job and they don't tent these orange oil and altriset to treat your home i've tended before it is a nightmare you don't wanna go there so call the folks that pacific coast termite they'll give you a free inspection if you need the work is ten percent off with a two year guarantee call eight hundred pacific eight hundred pacific pacificcoasttermite dot com i've been a customer of theirs for years eight hundred pacific pacificcoasttermite dot com recently the.
"zuza" Discussed on X96
"A amount lion roaming around the back yards of los angeles and i mean this is a big big cat in in los angeles in the city wildlife officials were able to tranquilize at the lion was spotted monday in the eastern la can community of zuza right near the san gabriel mountains tv news helicopter showed the cat pawing at the door of a home trying to get in jumping on the roof of a shed leaping over a fence it was a big beautiful mountain lion they were able to tranquilizer and take it back into the mountains now the same thing happened in this ain't george with a bob cat oh this is a beautiful beautiful animal is spotted beautiful till it's attacking you was spotted in the neighborhood in saint george the mel bob cat mailbox cat was spotted at the padre lakes retirement community you know in ivan's where people are kinda slow and easy prey let's it's the retirement community about get senses that the the bob cat had killed a house cap and it was seen hunting for geese and ducks in a pond they are in the retirement community and you know it was just doing what a bob cat does a local resident reported the bobcat to the division of wildlife resources they sent an officer and they put a scented trap in the backyard i think they put bob cat or urine that's how they sent them and they caught it now they didn't tranquilize it was pretty there's some pretty interesting footage of it of.
"zuza" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"All the time off work that they need and just be with their little one who's dealing with you know a really tough issue in the hospital anyway they put together a raffle we are going to draw winning names today on the show those people will be winning super bowl fifty two took and watch yet is outstanding hey three o'clock channel five twin cities live steve paterson elizabeth race all right we've got to get to this episode of willing grace from last night this is actually one of my favorite moments i perhaps you at saw this scene well it's funny francs me angela vince is funny kosin right now i remember you you'd you all those snl this guy by the river the is has been fabulous fabulous mckenzie marsh she is all sorts of funny incidentally she is a former costar of mine we were on the main stage eta zuza pacific university back out in the los angeles area however she has gone on to all sorts of great things but in we're gonna hear four and a second but i want to set the stage with this i saw on her instagram this is why i wanted to talk to what she's done all sorts of fabulous tv shows but she said on instagram several months ago i got a call at midnight asking me to come guess star unwilling grace nine hours later it has the most magical projects i've been able to work on the entire crew casting producer traders hair makeup rob set design in everyone else in between was a dream to work with and that cast they are the most kind welcoming funny thoughtful encouraging actors ever since funny little role so i hope you enjoy watching my first episode was last night mckenzie how are you good how're you doing so well thank you for waking up i know it's bright early out there in the los angeles area especially did you did you have a viewing party last night whenever you appear in a fabulous tv showed you get together with friends and family we're now.
"zuza" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Rioters as nicole smith picks up the fell i liked the way the miners were working with all of the half court offense yeah there's not a lot of quick shots trying through clive try the trying to tired the defense so that's why a lot of times they forcing those fouls because defences already and they they wanted to get the bowl quick alexander makes the first two that i just don't seem like a panic very by to this offense zinc like they know what they have a pretty good handle the shot clock and pretty cup the right now in their abilities in his court now they did if they play like they know what they're doing so you can tell that coach baker is working on it the make them comfortable yep alexander takes the pair buyers applies trouabal agenda rules boots back into the gate zoos up for the miners with her present to the core i think she's huge she she athletic 63 and she has very long arms and right now you their positions on so you can tell the echoed bakers trying together they guard said a little bit of break former with the basketball with thirteen on the shot clock up topped with a long career in and out no good the official says it's good to go on result mark o'meara per second fell and the miners will have the basketball with three thirty three left the played a fivepoint leave i think coach bakers excited to have this up greg because was her this is our second game this season and she's very crucial there was a lot of talk about that zuza possibly redshirt he or she couldn't beat be injury this a lot of uncertainty about a week ago when we were talking without her it's here food injuries so you know food is tricky in a sense that it doesn't heel as well as the rest of the body and as well as the foot unique iran if it's your hands you can play with one hand but.
"zuza" Discussed on WSB-AM
"In ten americans sailors are missing after their ship collided with an oil tanker off the coast of singapore wsb's michelle white is live with details of what happened and how many are injured veronica malaysian officials say that the search for the sailors is taking place over about one hundred nautical miles military times rider jeff zuza low pitch says a lot of people are wondering how did they get so close to each other the us as john mccain in the much larger liberianflagged ship collided just after six a m local time retired navy destroy captain kevin iro says navigation is tough it's hard to envision exactly how crowded a waterway like that can be sailors are recovering from nonlife threatening injuries this is the second collision like this and two months reporting live michelle wright wsb president trump plans to deploy four thousand more troops to afghanistan michael sing with the washington institute for near east policy says the us should view this as a security mission not a war to be one plenty of enemies in afghanistan you have i could there you have other terrorist groups but the real recipe for solving that problem in the long term is by supporting the government by by helping to create a stable functioning government you can hear the president's address at nine p m here on wsb us and south korea are holding more joint military exercises on the korean peninsula coat correspondent alex hinton in seoul says the american troops are thousands fewer than usual and there are fewer military assets around for these war games as well they would say that is not influenced by north koreans tensions we can only speculate but certainly the north may see a a small victory in that delight scale exercises involve about sixty eight thousand troops totalled wsb news time eight twelve twelve in every year of more wsb traffic trooper just a moment ago headed up towards the totality zone with traffic was pretty smoothly for them were keeping an eye on some of the heavier spots as well this winter already beginning to fill in those so you don't count on getting there in a hurry tech your patients if you're headed up to watch history wsb meteorologist kirk mellish joins us live once again are you still feeling pretty good good about having enough sky to see this.
"zuza" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And here on sunday night's that many of the crimes the increase in violent criminality that we've been marking here on super hypothetical sunday's might have a connection to i dunno being brought forty seven people getting out of prison who have no business out of prison people whose crimes his last crime they committed do not ma reach the criteria to stay in jail and so jerry brown our governor is terrorising us at least four of the young woman held 32yearold woman held for a week in her apartment in zuza being beaten by her boyfriend who just got out of the joint she might feel like she was terrorized by whoever let him the f out who apparently also ran out of fs so we will put that in the followup file rights they're just kinda wondering what he was in for an of why he got out and you know what there's a possibility he was in for just ticky tack and he got out as part of a normal routine and that he had the impression put on him by the california department corrections was so slight that he got out of prison on post release supervision and said oh what does the tuesday i think i'll imprison my girlfriend for a week and beat her on or at least until until uncaught alan held his plan obviously was to imprison her till he felt like not imprisoning her when we come back a horrible tragedy in apple valley a inter family homicide in a california law that is coming in response to a cluster of teen suicides in clovis which were calling super hyper and local at suburban local sunday here on kfi am 640 more stimulating talk michael should pay with the news a sheriff swat team has now apparently made an arrest after they moved into a neighborhood in el body or a man had barricaded himself inside a home the guy was said to have a knife he was apparently the only one inside the home cop saves initially wanted for assault about three o'clock.