Probably one of the more interesting 19th Hole Podcasts we've produced. For a long time Dairy Creek has been the home to Championship Golf for San Luis Obispo residents. With the perfect (non)storm of lack of rainwater and CMC inmate reduction size the course has been forced to be creative with what it does moving forward to maintain golf for San Luis Obispo and surrounding areas. The plans to improve this property are welcome and what the people of San Luis Obispo County can be proud of for the future. Listen to this podcast to find out how Dairy Creek and El Chorro plan to be the Crown Jewel of County Parks.
In this episode of the experts picks we finally have one person on the panel that we can deem as an expert as Jeremy is the first to go over .500 with his picks... will he stay there? Also, Jeff is almost desperation mode for the "Bong of embarassment" lurks on the college glory days horizon. Dark and Stormy is just nine days away from it's release!!!!
Women are less likely than men to get CPR from a bystander and more likely to die, a new study suggests, and researchers think the reluctance to touch a woman’s chest might be one reason. Only 39% of women suffering cardiac arrest in a public place were given CPR versus 45% of men, and men were 23% more likely to survive. The study involved nearly 20,000 cases in the U.S. “It can be kind of daunting thinking about pushing hard and fast on the center of a woman’s chest” and some people may fear they are hurting her, said the study author. Rescuers also worry about moving a woman’s clothing to get better access, or touching breasts to do CPR. No gender difference was seen in CPR rates for people stricken while at home, where a rescuer is more likely to know the person needing help.
Have you ever had to give someone CPR? Could you if you HAD to?
In a recent survey, 48% of people say they understand most the emoji's that are being sent to them regularly.
But we have all received an emoji and been like WTF?
A Florida man who rescued a squirrel during Hurricane Matthew is now fighting his condo association for the right to keep the rodent as an emotional support animal. Ryan Boylan, of Clearwater Beach, rescued Brutis after the storm rocked Florida in 2016 and quickly fell in love. His doctor later wrote him a prescription for an emotional support animal after a car crash left him with several herniated disks in his lower back and PTSD. But Boylan never notified property managers in writing that Brutis was an emotional support animal until recently. He received a notice last month to either get rid of Brutis — an exotic animal that’s not allowed, according to the condo association — or face eviction. Boylan has since contacted the Pinellas County Office of Human Rights, claiming discrimination.
Chicken McNuggets man, those things will make you do some crazy things. Two women climbed through a drive-thru window at an Indianapolis McDonald’s and attacked the store manager following a dispute over chicken McNuggets, according to a police report. People that go through the Drive-Thru at 3am for McNuggets are a special breed.
Notice we have decided to put the asterisks next to the word "experts" and rightfully so. none of us are over 500 for the year, but Jeremy and Ali are approaching that mark... while Jeff is in danger of the worst punishment to man "The Double Beer Bong". Listen to this weeks picks while finding out the details on the Dark and Stormy that will be gracing select holiday gatherings this season from Firestone Walker.
San Luis Obispo city officials are not amused by the defacement of a rock, painted to look like a watermelon, on the Bishop Peak trail near Highland Drive — calling the incident an act of vandalism and a crime. So we ask...is this vandalism or art?
A grandmother from Kentucky has been arrested for allegedly sneaking into a Louisville high school last month and scattering nude photos depicting her son's former girlfriend. Frances Joyce Bailey, 60, was taken into custody on Monday and charged with distribution of obscene matter, criminal trespassing and harassment.
It's always a good day for a sandwich! So we ask the questions, what is the best sandwich here on the central coast? Also, what is your favorite sandwich? There are just too many good choices and an endless combination of sandwiches. Jeff can't nail one down, Jeremy is all about the Club, but then there's the grilled cheese.