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NFL corruption that results in higher prices for fans. At this point only upper middle class can go to the games, and only middle class can afford to watch the games. Poor people have to work or watch the games at the bar to work the price of watching games with food.

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The Kentucky Derby had a 270 million dollar handle The 2022 all-sources handle figure is an increase of more than 10 percent over the previous non-Triple Crown record of $102,163,280 for the Belmont linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetworkPreakness Stakes officials, no doubt, celebrated the record handle of $112,504,509

www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/ar…-to-233-million Crime Reference for Podcast Episodes Preakness Handle 2022- $138 million in wagers Mis spoke on Podcast Linda Rice has bought over a Trillion dollars in horses to race and sale prices / $89,000,000 in winnings Only races in New York ? Why ?

In 2003, gamblers wagered more US$15 billion on horse races in the United States, according to Jockey Club statistics, a high-water mark that has been swirling down the drain ever since. (The amount bet in Canada peaked in 1990 at US$823 million). The betting numbers ticked up to US$12.2 billion in 2021, but factor in inflation, toss in a pandemic, and wagering today is half what it was 20 years ago

To cover her shady training and business processes ? Evidence is defined as information and events that can be proven
1) Video evidence with corroboration of the information
2) Contemporaneous documentation with corroboration
3) Eye witness testimony with several sources that corroborate the eye witness testimony
4) Probability theory where variables are eliminated to a logical conclusion and a 20 % “luck factor” is added to the process Strategy – Transparency – Information flow – Exploit market inefficiencies – Return

To the mean -Arbitrage -Return to mean -Law of opposites – Enjoy the ride Anti-Social Personality Disorder
1) Lack Of remorse
2)Frequent lying
3) Lack Of Empathy
4) Superficial Charm
5) Lack Of Positive Emotions
6) Distorted sense of Self
7) Constant source of new sensations

Vertical Integration

The combination in one company of two or more stages of production normally operated by separate companies.

Who are those people?
What is their background?
What is their expertise?
Are they credible?
Are the genuine? What’s the structure of the business model?
Where does their allegiance lie?
Do they have any particular self interest?

ESBC True Crime 10 Insights

1. Do not commit: 2 crimes at the same time
2. Do not go back to the scene of perfect crime
3. Dig deep graves ; you never hear in the about deep graves being found
4. Truth is stranger more bazaar then fiction. (Always do your research)
5. Use Academic Decision science to make decisions
6. Know and study selective prosecution doctrine used by law enforcement
7. If you live in the past you die In The past “Pete Carroll”
8. Common Sense is not so common
9. Every meeting has to have a specific purpose and Outcome
10. For something to be business it has to be repeatable ; profitable: quantifiable and scalable

Also we tell the story of American True Crime within the Horse Racking Industry, local municipal and county governments perennially in the United States

In “Horse Racing True Crime” up coming true life story narratives. We give over view of the super rich and crime 70% NFL Picks Against The Spread counting NFL College Football, College Basketball, Horse Racing and Major League Baseball. @josuevizcay (#MLB #College Basketball #NBA #College Football ) Josh Abner

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Elements Of Murder Include but are not limited to Money, Sex, Power, Means, Opportunity, Motive

The Kentucky Derby had a 233 million dollar handle
The 2021 all-sources handle figure is an increase of more than 10 percent over the previous non-Triple Crown record of $102,163,280 for the Belmont
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Preakness Stakes officials, no doubt, celebrated the record handle of $112,504,509
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Crime Reference for Podcast Episodes

Evidence is defined as information and events that can be proven
1) Video evidence with corroboration of the information
2) Contemporaneous documentation with corroboration
3) Eye witness testimony with several sources that corroborate the eye witness testimony
4) Probability theory where variables are eliminated to a logical conclusion and a 20 % “luck factor” is added to the process
Anti-Social Personality Disorder
1) Lack Of remorse
2)Frequent lying
3) Lack Of Empathy
4) Superficial Charm
5) Lack Of Positive Emotions
6) Distorted sense of Self
7) Constant source of new sensations

Also we tell the story of American True Crime within the Horse Racking Industry, local municipal and county governments perennially in the United States
In this episode we meet the type of activists that attack the Horse Racing Industry over deaths that seems to be for over spiking horses for massive profit

In this episode we profile like writing a script in a movie the back story of the characters involved in “Horse Racing True Crime” up coming true life story narratives. We give over view of the super rich and crime

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Systematically betting on NFL, College Football, College Basketball, and some NBA allows you to make a decision without having to hear anyone else’s mouth.
You can always win and have money in your pocket to avoid “Hard Times” in the “American Dream” Dusty Rhodes sense.

Over a 10 year period with my brother who I met at work in Carlsbad California: Victor Cappello; have come up with a process of 243 rules of betting. The result of those rules are we paid for Vegas trips including our legendary 4 days in Vegas for the start of the 2010 NCAA tournament where we won over 90% of our bets and did a crazy parlay that we only needed

Texas to in-bounds the ball and we would have been retired.

However, that is the “beauty” and “fun” of betting like sociologist; you enjoy the madness and craziness of human nature. Even though it is Sports gambling ; it is very clean compared to other forms of entertainment these days.

Through out the last 3000 years Westernized society irregardless of religions influence with the governments has had some sort of legalized wagering


 You have to have a system or code you live by; not only to make money betting but have fun and laugh while you are doing it. Each part of the country is different. Therefore outcomes vary.

I am originally from Los Angeles California and spent 20 years in Florida and now I have been back in Southern California for the past 12 years. Victor is originally from Buffalo, we met in Carlsbad California and we have used our knowledge and sports together for a million laughs over the last decade.

Also, we have paid rent and Christmas presents with our picks. Here are your top 10 Sports gambling rules and remember come up with a few of your own and let us know.

  1. Never bet on your own team. This is straight out of economics. Economics is 40% math and 60% in psychology. Because of the emotional attachment, propaganda in the newspaper and TV you always think that your team will perform better than you think when times are going good and worse when times are going bad. Especially if you have a job and a wife or girlfriend or kids you are never going to put the pieces to pick the right side of a game
  2. Never Bet Without During Your Research; Read the local “beat writers”; talk to fans at the games that really know what they are talking about, read the preseason magazines but do not pay attention to any of the predictions: make your own. Always know what happened the last time the teams played. This removes some negative variables that could effect a positive outcome.

3. If you lose it is not because of “bad luck” it is because you picked the wrong team; No Such Thing As A “Badbeat” The reason you can make money consistently in Sportsbetting is that coaches like Bill Belicheat, Nick Satan and Andy Reid have scripts for the 1st 20 plays of every game and map out how the season will go. Therefore after watching games your whole life you can pick up on patterns and predict how players and teams will react.

It is a natural human reaction to try to make yourself better ; that is the reason 90% of people do not want to admit that they are wrong.

However, like in economics, the “opposite of every truth is also true”. Betting uses the mathematical law of “opposites”. For every coach like Andy Reid there are new coaches like Anthony Lynn of the San Diego Chargers right now in 2019. I am sure he is trying to do the same things as Belicheat and Reid but since every As a result you get random outcomes that you can consistently bet against; depending on the situation. I have been told by people that work at NFL teams front offices that even though it is “counter-intuitive” there is not a consistent book of best practices for every team.

You can tell which team has a good management system and which do not. The league Commissioner makes sure the “goose that is laying the golden eggs” PR and marketing do not get affected by the different management styles. Each NFL team for example has 4 built in wins.Therefore after each outcome reflect and think why you got the pick right or wrong

4. Never Bet More Than 25% Of Bank Roll: If you were psychic you would know the Lottery numbers. Because of evolution and coping mechanisms we overestimate decisions. So no matter how much you think a team will win; to keep money in your bankroll to have fun never bet more than 25% of your bankroll. 52% is break even and 70% is the goal to attain.

5. Never Parlay Games: “Salesmen think short-term and businessmen think long term” the variables are too many to be a good business decision pure entertainment is another story. The probability of a favorable outcome math wise has the least variables and co-varables. When you do a parlay you are added a variable that is designed to eliminate your profit and free cash flow.

6. Bet The Moneyline: Do not get killed by extra point missed. Again from a math perspective you eliminate some variables and co-variables that may effect a positive outcome. If you are not feeling a clear edge point the point

7.Bet The Coaches Not The Players Coaches especially in College control the game. What are the coaches goals? Does he care about bowl games; and wears out his teams getting reps for the next season? Does he only care about the season regular season division title like Bill Self and lose early in the tournament? Is the coach like Belicheat where the full offensive and defensive schemes are not in until the playoffs? is there “bad blood” between the coaches?

Big debate if you can predict turnovers ? New England has always been great at protecting the ball and we have made a lot of money picking the under based on that and Belicheats coaching philosophy.

8) Myth Lines Are Made For Betting On Both Sides & Any Statistic Is Useful “Lines are lies” Lines are made to make money. If the lines makers can get 80% of the people to bet the wrong team “they” love it. I have a client who does analytics for a major league baseball team and will not take any NFL clients 
 and works for a major league baseball team that has won a World Series using her analytics formula and analysis.

She is the smartest person I have ever met. She is a mathematician-. She states analytics does not work in football because mathematically there are too many variables in football. Sports books are not regulated like Robinhood or E-trade. As a result we have no idea really what exactly are the flows of cash.

So logic will tell you that the lines are in the best interest of the Casino, Sportsbook, and Hotel conglomerate not you.

9) Stop Betting If You Are Not Laughing All The Time, Having Fun And Helps You Escape From Reality

10)Use The Same Logic And Process For Investing In Stocks, Businesses And In Products In Betting. Value is value.

10. A -The same level of organization

My process is this

  1. Research
  2. Use math to identify the situation
  3. Eliminate as many co-varibles as possible
  4. Rigorously apply logic

If you have information that the masses do not have then go for it; put money down.

10. B-Avoid recency bias ”

As Robert Glazer writes “The concept of regression to the mean was first discovered by the statistician and sociologist Sir Francis Galton. As part of his research, Galton observed that tall parents tended to have children who were shorter than them, whereas short parents often had children who were taller than them.  

Based on this, Galton developed the principle of regression to the mean, which states that in any series with complex phenomena that are dependent on many variables, where chance is involved, extreme outcomes tend to be followed by more moderate ones. In other words, if something extremely unexpected happens, it is likely to be followed by something that’s more aligned with statistical projections or expectations. 

We have a tendency to overreact to results in the short term and use those outcomes to make long term decisions, ignoring the reality of regression to the mean. In particular, we tend to ignore the role of luck and timing when evaluating extreme early outcomes. “

“Regression to the mean” plays out its importance with betting lines

While is it is important how Casinos just come up with lines just as important the history behind the lines. 
 The modern line has it’s roots in Lefty Rosenthal. He is the inspiration for the Movie Casino.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Rosenthal You can read his full Wikipedia here. He eventually started the “Line institute” who sold lines to Casino’s. And then the Bookmaker at the Casino creates the final line based on his research.

As a result rule #2 of betting after rule #1 do not bet your own team is do your research. Any question feel free to reach out to our twitter handles www.twitter.com/josuevizcay @cnolan

Financial and math terms such as
 *Arbitrage- Buying and selling similar securities
 *Return to mean
 *Law of opposites
 People have never gotten rich with Technical Analysis but has gotten rich selling it
 Qualitative Fundamentals to Consider
 There are four key fundamentals that analysts always consider when regarding a company. All are qualitative rather than quantitative. They include:
 * The business model: 
 * Competitive advantage: 
 * Management:

  • Corporate Governance: Are they winners; were they “given” success verses “earning” success
  • Fundamental analysis involves the consideration of all things that could affect the price of a stock such as corporate earnings, product developments, political considerations such as laws and regulations, corporate governance, accounting issues, etc.
  • Technical analysis involves the interpretation of patterns on charts that show the changes of prices over time.

Find more information on our other video and long form articles on our website linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork

Reference for Podcast Episodes
 Evidence is defined as information and events that can be proven
 1) Video evidence with corroboration of the information 
 2) Contemporaneous documentation with corroboration
 3) Eye witness testimony with several sources that corroborate the eye witness testimony
 4) Probability theory where variables are eliminated to a logical conclusion and a 20 % “luck factor” is added to the process

Anti-Social Personality Disorder

1) Lack Of remorse
 2)Frequent lying 
 3) Lack Of Empathy
 4) Superficial Charm 
 5) Lack Of Positive Emotions 
 6) Distorted sense of Self 
 7) Constant source of new sensations

Evidence

1) Video evidence with corroboration of the information 
 2) Contemporaneous documentation with corroboration 
 3) Eye witness testimony with several sources that corroborate the eye witness testimony
 4) Probability theory where variables are eliminated to a logical conclusion and a 20 % “luck factor” is added to the process

References

Thinking in Bets. 2018.

Interference : how organized crime influences professional football. 1989.

Belichick : the making of the greatest football coach of all time 2019

70% ESBC Weekly Thoroughbred Racing “True Crime” “Call To Post” Preakness 2021 “Measure Of The Man”

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Horse racing syndicates and crime operations can not go  on without county board members. We bring an honest one to educate on  the whole process
In this episode we track Legendary Trainer Bob Baffert using the last little bit of this equity that “he does not know  how the horses are being spiked” Art Sherman
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The Kentucky Derby had a 233 million dollar handle
Also  we tell the story of American True Crime within the Horse Racking  Industry, local municipal and county governments perennially in the  United States In this episode we meet the type of activists that  attack the Horse Racing Industry over deaths that seems to be for over  spiking horses for massive profit In this episode we profile like  writing a script in a movie the back story of the characters involved in  “Horse Racing True Crime” up coming true life story narratives.
We give  over view of the super rich and crime 70% NFL Picks Against The Spread counting NFL College Football, College Basketball, Horse Racing and Major League Baseball. @josuevizcay (#MLB #College Basketball #NBA #College Football ) Josh  Abner MBA
Financial Representative & US Local Political historian  makes you are always up ; with Picks at a high percentage but teaches  the “how” that is omitted from helping you out to win consistently linktr.ee/esbcpodcastnetwork #winnerswin We teach you the how’s and the why’s without charging you or asking you for a dime for anything or trying to sell you anything Michael Prestonise MA. www.accuratebusinesscoaching.com/ www.theglobeandmail.com/business/coKentucky Derby 2021

Corrupt Local Politicians Profiled In Horse Racing

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Thank you for joining the ESBC podcast network. And once football season starts and really right after College Basketball season, we will analyze Political corruption in detail, right? Local political corruption, because if you don’t get involved, politics will find you and get involved with you. We live in the greatest country in the world, and freedom is not free. So, if you don’t participate in democracy and capitalism, you’re not doing your job as a citizen! With this COVID-19 pandemic, the recession and social unrest, you can see how quickly things can go South.

70% ESBC Weekly Throughbred Racing Call To Post True Crime Part 3 Meet A County Board Member -transcript.pdf

I’m Josh Abner, MBA, got three (3) successful businesses and what we do here is give you information that you do not get anywhere else. And to that end this Thursday, we’re going to deviate from what we were discussing last week – Horse Racing – True Crimes & George Navarro. We have a special guest with us. As many of you may not know, California, if it were on it own, would be the fifth largest economy in the world. And one of the largest counties, in California is San Diego County. The City of San Diego, which is South of Orange County, is a top-15 city in the United States. Tonight, we have a gentlemen who is, I hate using the word “politician” but he’s kinda outside of that kind of stereotype. He is a very accomplished gentlemen so stay with us and learn.

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Every Thursday I share this podcast with my good friend, Coach Mike Prestonise. Now, Coach Mike is going to introduce us to tonight’s guest.

2 (2m 14s):
Thank you. Josh. Ladies and gentlemen who are watching and listening, I would like to introduce to you a very special friend and a good man I have known for many years — County Supervisor Jim Desmond. Jim, welcome – I don’t know if a lot of people know this, but you have accomplished a lot of careers in your young life. Maybe you can take just a minute and talk about from an airline pilot to entrepreneur, to the mayor of San Marcos to now our County Supervisor. Catch us up on what’s going on with Jim Desmond these last few years.

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Well, it’s been a roller coaster ride here for the last year. That’s for sure. Thanks, Mike. I’m happy to be here. You are right. There was the United States Navy that brought me here to the San Diego region many years ago. I met my beautiful wife here and we raised our family in San Marcos. And I was, as you mentioned, an airline pilot for 33 years with a major carrier, and I got to fly all over the world and it was a great, beautiful career. I started a tech company in the nineties. Eventually I got involved in local economic development, the chamber of commerce – kind of went up the ranks, ran through City Council, was elected Mayor of San Diego & spent 12 years at the city of San Marcos. Then I decided to take what I learned in San Marcos and take that knowledge & experience to the County in the hopes of trying to make the County a better place.

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And, I did recently retire from the airlines – I got a COVID exit. I retired a little bit early because of the reduction in the amount of flying and things like that. Right before I started for the airlines, I actually went to San Diego State and got a degree in electrical engineering. And, because I like to keep busy, I retired from the airlines then got elected as County Supervisor – and this new job definitely keeps me busy.

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Yes sir, yes sir. three (3) bags full. So, I want to piggy back on one thing you said. You talked about this COVID-19 and you have to take an early retirement while you were still a very active pilot. You are still fully, capable of doing all the required duties of a pilot. They just said, “Hey, Jim, we’re going to cut back and blah, blah, blah and here’s this opportunity – you wanna call it a quits”? And you said, “yes”. And that was after what? 34, 35 years?

70% ESBC Weekly Throughbred Racing Call To Post True Crime Part 3 Meet A County Board Member -transcript.pdf

As a pilot for years in the air, even when I was mayor — being mayor is not really a full-time job. Most people don’t realize that, but the City Manager actually runs the day-to-day activities of a smaller town – except for the larger cities. So, it’s more of a part time position – I was still flying while I had the job as Mayor of San Marcos. And then I came over here to the County, at a reduced amount of flying time – which was usually only two weekends a month. So, you know, I had it really bad – I’ve had to go to Maui on Saturday, come back – somebody has to do it. But yeah, with COVID, it was actually kind of bittersweet – leaving early, but there was going to be a lot of pilot lay offs.

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And so there was about 2000 of us that worked for Delta airlines, 2000 of us that took that kind of an early out, a handshake then out the door. So, potentially that they didn’t have to lay off as many pilots. And I got out early so other people have kept their jobs.

Well, so as far as the COVID-19 right, you know, you are an entrepreneur, you’ve been in the private sector.

2 (5m 56s):
So I know that there’s always a little bit of a clash between you just having that business experience versus people who are lifers in government. How has that been now that we’re in a pandemic situation? I’ve been an entrepreneur, you know, for 20 years – I had a restaurant for $6,000 in rural Florida and they said everybody was racist – imagine – me as a dark Cuban – a racist? I sold it for $800,000 six (6) years later.

And I say that because, being an entrepreneur equals anxiety. So you’ve had experience as a pilot, not every flight was perfect. So now you’re in a pandemic situation, you have all of this experience, right?

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1 (6m 40s):
As an entrepreneur, and now you’re dealing with career politicians in government. How has that been? How have you mitigated the situation and give us an overview.

0 (6m 54s):
Yeah, well, you know, one of the things that I learned was that I signed the front of the check, not always the back of the check. There’s a lot of anxiety in business – is this client going to pay me? Cause I got to make payroll – OR are you getting this money? Is it coming in? You know, things don’t always work out well. And even in the airline business, what I did as a pilot, as the captain of a flight, I managed risk. And that’s the same thing in business or politics – you manage your risk. I mean, just getting into an airplane is taking a risk. But you have to manage that risk. And what I always say is that I came from the private sector.

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0 (7m 37s):
I’m not a career politician. I didn’t do it that way. The way I just tried to do things was by common sense – just do what’s right. That’s my way – it’s kind of my philosophy with politics. But it’s all about managing risks and what I do see is that some of my colleagues never really had a job in the private sector. And most of the people have just worked for politicians. They became one of those people and they’ve got a different perspective on things. That isn’t anything bad about them, but it’s a different perspective. And I try to bring that as well. I tried to speak to the common man. I try to be, “OK, how can we make this work? Here’s the cards that have been dealt. How do we make the best of it? I tried with common sense, especially with COVID here to make a balance between – OK, we got all the health information. We know who is most vulnerable. We know what the precautions are – what we have to do to follow them, but there’s also an economic side. So it’s not just the health side. We’ve also got to keep the economy going so we can have the money to provide to individuals who have a need or have new needs now because of the virus. So we have to balance that out. And I took more of a practical approach to business than the closures to saying, you know, we can not, allow a lot of these businesses to operate – safely. They did not have that opportunity – that wasn’t fair – businesses were being discriminated against because of their sectors and they should not.

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0 (9m 3s):
And they should have had the same opportunities as other businesses to operate safely. And many of them, 99.9% are willing to do that. But they just weren’t given the opportunity and they were penalized without data or facts. You know, what the governor had set up with his color-coded tier system was really – I think, detrimental. And our numbers now, you know, where we were sitting in mid-February, our numbers over all the State, even though we were one of the tightest ones locked down – our numbers are just as bad, if not worse than some other States that did allow their businesses – their economies too – at least stay alive. So to me, you know, these lockdowns didn’t work; we should have taken a more a common sense approach of allowing businesses to open up and be safe rather than, “You gotta stay locked down”! And now we’ve got all these people who are relying on government – instead of being able to use the entrepreneurial skills that they had and the investments that they’ve made, you know, a lot of times, or family fortunes down the drain.

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Right. And you mentioned common sense, right. And a pleasure for us to have you on our podcast. And I always refer to that, but common sense isn’t so common! A good definition of common sense I’ve heard recently is information that you don’t have to have a college degree. Right? And you mentioned the common man, but we can all agree on how that approach works. Are you going to take on the commission (Board) where you’re outnumbered for the first time in a long time? It’s a more liberal commission (Board) you’re in, BUT you’re the perfect guy, from what I’m hearing, to be able to sneak in a vote for the people.

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Well, I’m still gonna keep working on things and I’m still working on other issues that you need to be for. I’m glad the vaccinations are here and I know some people don’t want the vaccine. That’s fine. We’re not going to force people to take it. But I’m pushing for the vaccines and making sure we can do that. But there’s still other issues. There’s the homeless issues. There the behavioral health issues. We got issues with our jails and the courts and there’s still a lot of work that can be done. And I’m going to focus on that. With my district, I represent North County, which is Oceanside, Carlsbad, Rancho Santa Fe, Vista, & San Marcos – all the way up to Borrego. We are are business.

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0 (11m 36s):
We’ve got a huge ag business in North County for about a $2 billion a year. Nurserys and plant growers and things like that. So we want to make sure that they can thrive. We still have over 2000 roads to take care of – in the unincorporated areas. We still have other issues and other things that are going too. I’m going to work on. I have to take a different perspective with a little different angle and trying to get some of those things done. So, all is not lost, but there is a whole new lens or a perspective that we’re looking through at the County. Now with the new Board there is more of a social justice / social equity lens.

70% ESBC Weekly Throughbred Racing Call To Post True Crime Part 3 Meet A County Board Member -transcript.pdf

0 (12m 15s):
And just about every decision we make, which in some cases is good, but you still gotta do the practical things. You still gotta keep people safe. You still gotta keep your roads and infrastructure. You still gotta do other things, like keeping the government running?

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2 (12m 32s):
You know, Jim, Josh talked about owning a restaurant and I know the restaurant business is San Diego County. I mean, it was flourishing and that’s why people come here from all over the world, not just for the beaches, but the restaurants that are here – the tourism. What are we doing? What are you doing to try and get the restaurants back open?

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0 (12m 50s):
Well, I have been still advocating that we should allow these businesses to open up. It’s just, unfortunately, the governor won’t allow that to happen. And the governor in the State rules over the County and we’ve been pushing opening up. We’ve got a lot of people out of work that are willing to do the job and do it right in the next phase. You know, right now we’re in a purple tier. Okay, so purple here is the F in this color tier. And quite frankly, there is no green color – the best we can get to is yellow. And that’s only at 50% capacity. Some of these could open in an indoor venue, like restaurants and museums and things like that. I would love to see us go to 25% indoor capacity.

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0 (13m 34s):
And, with restaurants and museums, I think that’s a reasonable first step. First approach is go to 25% and then maintain. And then in three weeks, if things don’t seem to get any worse, we could go to 50%. After that, we go to 75 and then on up to 100%. But unfortunately we just haven’t been given that opportunity. And there’s been sectors that have just been devastated since day one here. I mean – the wedding industry – you still have to have a chance to open. Legoland up here in North County even opened a store. Once – at least – Sea World and the San Diego Zoo. And Petco Park – if we’re able to open. So I’m going to keep pushing that. We try to get to at least 25% indoors.

70% ESBC Weekly Throughbred Racing Call To Post True Crime Part 3 Meet A County Board Member -transcript.pdf

0 (14m 14s):
I went to Arizona a couple of times in November and December. And I saw how they have operated. They have allowed their restaurants to be open and they were safe. Actually more people there & I saw that they were taking safety precautions. Arizona treated their people like adults – California treated us like children. And therefore we act like children. And in some cases we were, we weren’t as respected, you know, with the masks and things like that. And so they – Arizona – took it a little further. As far as the safety precautions in Arizona, they allowed their businesses to be open. So I’m going to continue to push to make sure we get to that next 25%. What’s ridiculous about that?

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0 (14m 55s):
You know, the next tier from purple is red. So if we get to red – to get there, we have to have less than seven (7) people out of every 100,000 testing positive in San Diego County. Right now we’re at about 30 to 40 people testing positive out of 100,000. And, when you think of that it is actually a fairly small number. The Rose Bowl – they have the rows of seats for football games. It’s capacity is about 90,000 or just over 90,000 people. So if you fill that with people, you could have only six (6) people out of that stadium – full stadium – testing positive.

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0 (15m 40s):
That’s what we have to get to – a 25% indoor capacity. And then get to the next tier, which is orange. I think you could have take a lesson from there and then to yellow – whatever the lessons from one are, something like that. It’s just ridiculous – the way we’re set up here – we are set up for failure for our economy. The way that this color system is set up.

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2 (16m 3s):
Are you getting allies to help you? I hear you passion. I can hear your compassion – are you getting people to jump on board? Jim, you know that makes perfect sense. Common sense. Is that happening?

0 (16m 17s):
You know there’s one other colleague that is on board, but three (3) of my colleagues right now are pretty much in lock step with the governor and they don’t want to do anything against the governor. I’ve even made motions that we should only enforce the health and safety precautions. If the state wants to close businesses, let the State come in and close them. Ah, but we should not be doing those closures with enforcement. And unfortunately, I didn’t get a second on that motion, I just couldn’t get the rest of the board to get on to be a part of that. And that action did not move forward.

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0 (16m 57s):
So unfortunately, even after this last election, we still have people that just wanna follow the governor’s orders to the letter. And, quite frankly, it’s devastating. Our economy – it’s particularly tough – you know, you mentioned the tourism sector and the restaurants, and most of the people that this is hurting are the poor people. Everybody else wants to – is – supporting this shut down. They are trying to protect – the service industry – the hotel workers. It’s not the people that would work, you know, worked in the restaurants. You know, they weren’t always the highest paid. So, unfortunately this sector of our economy has just been devastated.

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We’ve had people crying or calling into the meeting’s crying because you have to be responsible. They want

to pay their rent. They want to pay their bills. They want the opportunity to go out and make money to do it. They don’t want to be free loaders on the system and then you have the opportunity. So it’s unfortunate and that’s where we are today. We still are. And this governor is dragging us. You know, we’re just leaving a trail of broken businesses and entrepreneurs who can’t fulfill their dreams. Right.

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2 (18m 13s):
But here’s the date for this question from a citizen to a politician. Okay. Listen carefully. So what can we do? Is there something we can do as citizens? I know I’m making phone calls, I’m dropping emails. I’m trying to meet with people. What can we do to say, “Hey people, you know, we’re dying here. We need to get back to work”. We need to get into just what you said. The American people are workers. They want to work. They want to be productive. How can we support you in that?

0 (18m 41s):
Oh, you gotta keep making noise. We got to keep knocking on that door. You know, there’s people attending some of these rallies and building up the pressure – and the governor has moved due to pressure. You know, you remember the very beginning, we’re going to close down on all the beaches everywhere I can go. And then there is another instance. He was gonna close all of the guns, but he backed off there. And then he did move a couple of business sectors into the purple tier that used to be in red. And that was the barber shops, nail salons, hair salons and things like that.

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0 (19m 22s):
You moved those into the purple. So, now there’s a lot of noise and I don’t wanna call it noise because of one – to be more respectful of that – OR – activity – OR – getting kid’s back on the playgrounds. Yeah, if you can write it on there and get out in the line of these high schools. Somebody sent me a list of 25 teams that work from San Diego County, we are competing in Yuma, Arizona over the weekend. So you got all of these people driving down to Yuma and paying 600 bucks a night in the Motel 6 – in Yuma. They were getting lots of guns, lots of money for their hotel rooms in Yuma, Arizona.

0 (20m 7s):
So he got people to write to me, but we come out of State instead of being able to do it to here. You know, you’re in States safe to have a comment on that. You have two (2) questions that always bothered me for over a decade, but you gotta love this study and I’ll send it to you. Compare California high school football and 10 States in the South. And they – the South 10 States – have a lower transmission rate than the kids that stay at home. So it’s actually beneficial for you to go out and play high school football than for the kids to stay at home. But two things that have bothered me actually for decades, right? Because I was San Diego and

70% ESBC Weekly Throughbred Racing Call To Post True Crime Part 3 Meet A County Board Member -transcript.pdf

Gary Templeton and Ozzie Smith was in the news. Gary Templeton was a shortstop for the Padres and out of the last 10 mayors in the City of San Diego, five (5) of them are convicted felons, right? And poor missile. Donald ended up homeless in Vegas, walking the street with severe mental health. So those are the two (2) questions I had and I love the people that get into public service like you – that have their own money. You give me the impression that nobody can buy Jim Desmond but those guys do come up to you. And I have friends who are public or elected officials high up there. And they would tell me the story of the guys who come up to someone like you. How do you handle those guys?

1 (21m 29s):
And how do you see the people around you handling those guys? That’s almost like a quid pro quo for all kinds of different things to come at you in a second. Something I think you can find consensus on the board is idea’s on how to deal with a homeless issue and really not with the pandemic. My wife’s a psychotherapist and she worked for the community services foundation in San Diego for many years. So she’s very familiar with the mental health problems and teenager – and she was like, “You know what? You have PTSD, right? You have PTSD of a home invasion”. And I was able to take care of a home invasion in the South of Florida in a way that people are telling me I could not take care of now here in California, but that’s a different issue.

70% ESBC Weekly Throughbred Racing Call To Post True Crime Part 3 Meet A County Board Member -transcript.pdf

1 (22m 14s):
And she was like, the pandemic has given you trauma. It’s not normal. So there’s a lot. And I had a really good conversation with the guy who worked out really good in San Diego as well as rehabilitating inmates to getting them back into society. And he was saying that 80% of inmates are in there because of unresolved trauma. So what are your thoughts on both of those things, handling those guys, the quid pro quo, vocal political corruption, guides, etc. The economist, do you have to study 115 countries? Which ones we’re corrupt? We’re not the songs that a hundred, 115 countries were corrupt.

1 (22m 56s):
So how do you handle it from your standpoint? What is your philosophy on that and the homeless issue and mental health in San Diego County?

0 (23m 4s):
That’s a lot Josh – I’ll tell you.

1 (23m 8s):
It’s a good answer – compartmentalize things. Okay, I’m on the quid pro quo stuff. You know, I have people that donate to my campaign and sometimes they get upset with me. Cause if I don’t always, vote but you know, I just tell anybody who donates to my campaign – I tell them you have my ear…

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but so does everybody else, right? I don’t take bribes – I don’t do any of that kind of stuff. And you’re right. I’m fine with who I am.

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0 (23m 49s):
I don’t have to have this job. I don’t have to have it. I don’t need it quite right. Yes. And I have to remind you that some days I come from a position of – do the right thing – and then I go home and I sleep well. So I’m going to do what’s right. Even if it doesn’t make everybody happy. I’ve already learned that I can’t make everybody happy. And so I know this – politics – isn’t my life – it’s just something that I kind of happened into – primarily when people ask me, how I got to where I am. I said, “I started volunteering. You know, I started volunteering at my kids’ school”.

0 (24m 29s):
I started volunteering here with my kids, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, etc. And what I learned is that the more you volunteer the more responsibility people will give you. And so that’s kind of how I got in here. So I don’t need this job. I don’t need other people’s money. I’m so happy with where I am – very refreshing to hear you don’t have any health issues. You know what – that is a huge issue here in San Diego County. It’s in the whole state, we’ve got this mental health issue. And I was on the phone actually with some people today that were very upset about the number of deaths we have in our San Diego County jails. And, and we do have more than I would like to see.

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0 (25m 10s):
We have a lot of it, but what’s happened is our jails have become the provider of mental health issue of mental health treatment defacto. You know a space where most of the people that have mental health issues end up and that’s where they’re getting their treatment. We don’t have – when I grew up – in many moons ago, there used to be mental hospitals or places where they can offer that care or treatment. And they, unfortunately, came in and out of places and became a sort of a dumping ground for issues and were not well-maintained and people weren’t treated properly. But we now, with the state of California, are letting out more and more inmates and more and more people that, you know, that didn’t have violent crimes.

0 (26m 0s):
You know, a lot of them drug-related and things like that when they are letting them out of jails, but they’re letting them out on to the outdoor streets. And they are without any resources, without any housing, and without any ways to cope and deal with life. So they end up being homeless on our streets. And, then, a lot of them have mental illness and they deal with that with drugs and alcohol. And so its kind of a vicious cycle that we’re in here. We don’t have the housing to put them and we have shelters, but we don’t have affordable housing, but most of them couldn’t even afford affordable housing. So we have shelters. They’ll be in that intermediate step or phase of housing to put them in right, to get them the help that they need.

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0 (26m 46s):
And so, what we have in place here in this state is that there was no real incentive for the unfortunate people that are in who have mental health issues that are out on our streets. They don’t have to, if they don’t want help, but they can refuse it. And there’s nothing we can do about it. I think there needs to be some sort of a threshold of mental incapacity that we should be able to take people and say, you know, either you go to jail or you go to get help here or are you getting some programs at the County? We got lots of money for programs, but we don’t have money for housing or to place some of these people in housing. And like I said, if they don’t want to be there, they can just walk.

0 (27m 29s):
Right. So nobody wants a facility that helps or deals with these people next to them, even if you want a percent. Yeah. So nobody wants that. And so there was an effort to maybe buy older motels or hotels that kind of got into a funk but nobody wants those. And you know, that type of atmosphere there, in their neighborhoods, we’re seeing a lot more drug overdose out here. Due to COVID, a lot more people are dealing and using drugs and alcohol to cope with the stress and anxiety. We’ve got about four times the rate of drug overdose than we had pre-COVID.

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0 (28m 13s):
So, here in North County, I’ve been able to do quite a bit with mental health issues. When I was first elected, Tri-City hospital up here had to go down in the number of psychiatric beds in our crisis stabilization unit, which was a 24-hour operation – it’s a different form of health. But, as opposed to people who are going to an emergency room, they go to a crisis stabilization unit where they can get their meds, you know, stabilized and things like that. You could get a shower or maybe it’s housing or things like that. They had closed down primarily because they had to suspend it primarily because of the building and permitting type issues.

0 (28m 54s):
So they closed that down. I got the County to give them (we got) 17 million bucks for them to build new psychiatric facility. We also have crisis stabilization units opened up at Vista and in Oceanside and also in Escondido. And so they’re crisis houses or crisis stabilization units.

1 (29m 20s):
Yeah, cause my wife worked at one of those. So, thank you based on your work. So, I appreciate you very much. You called that a crisis unit, especially the ones that decide, you know, to go for help.

0 (29m 30s):

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Families can take their – I’ve gotten many calls from families that tell me they have a son that needs help. I got somebody that is strung out on drugs or they’re having an episode. Where we can take in to the ER once the rooms available; they’re more for your bleeding really bad or got, you know, other problems. This is where the ER (emergency rooms) – they don’t have mental health capabilities on hand all the time. So the crisis stabilization units or our community places, or places where families can take somebody in trying to get them back on a healthy path. And if they need to go to a psychiatric hospital, they can finally do that. But if even for family members that is like I said, I would have gotten calls and families that I knew that had somebody that they just couldn’t handle anymore.

0 (30m 19s):
What would it? And so these are the places that, where that is as opposed to them being homeless, you know, going out in the streets so that we’ve done some good work here in North County. As a matter of fact, we can go in North County rather than in other sectors or parts of the County – addressing some of these mental health issues. But it’s a cycle that we’re stuck in right now because of housing in the state, providing the resources or the programs for the people. Once they let them out of jail and then they are in our streets – they can just refuse help. Help is not mandatory.

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1 (30m 52s):
I’m not as healthy. And we’ll put it in the episode notes and with a microphone and eating. And I / we’ll do a write-up giving you a lot of background and context to a lot of what a board member Mr. Desmond has talked about with getting a lot of insights. And we have a lot of politicians up to the congressmen who listen to the podcasts. So, this is educational for everybody around the country and especially here in Southern California and our huge audience in San Diego. And we appreciate your time. This has been great, learned a lot, and we appreciate your time because we know you’re busy. I’ll close.

1 (31m 34s):
What’s the next thing you’re going to put on the agenda for the board of supervisors?

0 (31m 42s):
We have several – one – this isn’t as sexy like all of the other ones. This one – is a way for clearing or a long evacuation routes in the unincorporated area for the fires. They are still a huge threat in San Diego County on the streets, roads, infrastructure, etc. I’m that kind of guy. And so we’re going to be putting forward the effort for the Money you know, to make sure that we have the clearing along either side of roads. It’s not as sexy as when we just push for that, but it is one of those things that are on board. One of the other things that’s coming up – is that I partnered with a summer staff and Mo it’s mostly her, but we, we helped her, whether its a little bit in San Marcos – a family justice center where basically this is a place where battered women or women have been abused can go.

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0 (32m 39s):

Kit is thrown out of the house. What are they? You know, this is going to be a kind of a one-stop shop for them to get restricted for them to get housing or for them to get clothes and healthcare and things like that in San Marcos. So that’s what we’re here for. OK, but I guess the clearing along in the evacuation routes isn’t as sexy some of the other things – but, that’s one of the next things…

2 (33m 4s):
Let me jump in on this, Jim, because you know Zell from California Tree Service, we talked about that just recently about the whole clearing thing. And I said to him, “Have you talked to Jim Desmond”? So I said, well, it’s funny, you mentioned that, cause we are going to be talking on the air and you brought it up. And I know that you had talked with him and the boys about that kind of thing. What, could private businesses do to help facilitate that?

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0 (33m 31s):
Yeah. If we met on a mandate, this is clearing on certain types of roads that we know are on the evacuation routes. The fire department knows if the winds are blowing, Santa Ana, where they’re blowing hardest – what canyons are there going to be affected areas and things like that. And then we are going to make sure that we did have the clear enough clearing on either side of the roads. So that for evacuations people are, you know, it’s the evacuations going to be handled safer if there is a threat. So hopefully those contracts, some of those, the CALfire will do themselves, but some of them also would be contracts. And hopefully going out to the residents and businesses that are, you know, to that do those, that type of work and Zell and other people that are in those business areas that are put to go forward with that.

0 (34m 17s):
So, but I wanna thank you very much. I invite people to you. If you have questions on anything with COVID or even things that aren’t in my District, we can get you to the right person, too, you know, to hopefully either help to resolve your issue or if we can help you understand what we can do. But one of the things I pride myself in it is people call our office. We get back to them and with an 18,000 workforce – San Diego County 18,000 employees – one of them should be able to solve your problem. We’ll get to you.

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1 (34m 50s):
You have to go in to the middle of the street and San Diego and everywhere. What an asset they have in Jim Desmond. To do things right there. He gets ahead of the problem is reacting to the problem out there and that’s when things happen. Right. And, you know, he follows up with you, Oh my God. And, you need that in government where you have people positively reacting. And what we’ll do is we’ll make sure that the episode notes and on the website and everywhere, and we’ll make sure that you have the contact information for Jim Desmond.

0 (35m 18s):
Put my County e-mail up there – and our telephone number. And, and I’ve got a great staff – we have nine (9) people, but we’re very responsive to calls and emails. And, you know, sometimes we can’t always help you, but at least you will be helped. That is so awesome.

2 (35m 42s):
Churchill. Yeah. I was just gonna say, Jim, first of all, thank you for what I call speaking in the Kings English. I mean, you’re a guy – a blue collar guy. I’m a blue collar guy from Flint, Michigan. I talk to politicians and a lot of times it was like, what did he just say? Did he say yes or no? Jim, every time I’ve talked to you, I’ve always gotten yes or no, up or down, left or right. So, thank you for being straight up and Number two, thanks for taking this time to share with us, with the listeners and viewers, because a lot of people need to know that you are a resource. You are an asset, you are the kind of the guy that says, Hey, here’s a parade, lets jump in front of it. Okay. Let’s not get behind the horses. That’s not a place to be. So I say, thank you and we’re going to do this again.

Links below of San Diego Mayorsw who ended up as cinvicted felons

https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1985-12-11-mn-851-story.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maureen_O%27Connor_(California_politician)

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