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three $50 million from land. question is, how is this deal different from the last deal that wound up costing taxpayers so much? that's what i asked alameda county supervisor. >> it's less on smoke and mirror this is time. >> reporter: maybe, but there's still a lot of unanswered questions about the deal. for example, the land. the city and county are vowing to turn over 150-acres but under what terms? >> are we selling or leasing the land? >> that's to be determined. >> reporter: officials still tell us that taxpayers likely won't be paid back for years. >> we won't see the money off the land for a while. >> reporter: then there's the 2 handle million dollars from the city of oakland to fix up the site. >> sewer, storm drain, lighting, parking. >> reporter: this is to be paid back in taxes brought in by the
stadium project. and what about the money still owed on the oakerel arena? >> that will be a large part of the discussion. >> reporter: that's still undetermined? >> that's correct. >> reporter: one big change this time is if the project goes over budget or the tickets don't sell, the developers cover the cost. >> city and county are completely off the hook. >> reporter: that's good because they're still paying off money on the old raider deal. what would you say to people out there that would say listen, at a time when you can't afford fire inspectors and building inspectors, what are you doing with a raider deal of this size? >> this is a different opportunity. for me it's more of a business transaction. we have to treat it that way. >> reporter: it says we're serious to the nfl. and it's going to take still another year to probably work
out those details possibly. but nonetheless, both the city of oakland and the county of alameda are going to vote on the proposition tomorrow and send it on for davis, the nfl and everyone else to take a look at. they better be quick because nfl team owners have a meeting coming up two days from now in dallas. they are expected to talk about the future of the raiders. now to the deadly oakland warehouse fire. we're learning electrical lines may have sparked the blaze. electrical engineers found's network of cords that stretched to the building. they are expected to release more details on their findings at a press conference tomorrow. tonight, 1st responders are returning back to the warehouse for the first time since the fire to pay respect to the victims. they held a memorial right
outside the building. susie was there for the remembrance that just wrapped up. >> reporter: liz, we know it's been 10 days since the tragedy rocked the community of oakland. we know the general public is still struggling to heal. tonight 1st responders let us know they're still struggling to heal as well. 1st responders followed bag pipes as they processed from the fire department to the front of the warehouse for a moment of silence. a firefighter who was there that night rang a bell 36 times for each life lost. the chief said their hearts are heavy as well and they stand with the community in mournful solidarity. they said a prayer for the 36 and then held a moment of
silence. heavenly father, we're gathered here grieving, farther, the lives of 36 that are lost here. god, we know you are a loving father and you knew them intimately and personally and you loved them. just like you love us here on this block as well. >> reporter: during that ceremony, we saw first responders hugging each other and heard them stifling back tears. that's what we saw here in the community as well as people dropped off candles, flowers and notes. >> prominent bay area attorney is getting involved in the fall out from the warehouse fire. john burris is asking to meet with city leaders. a representative from his office says they have met with artists who are concerned about the possibility of being evicted from similar
situations. in july, residents installed a fence at an easement at rose crest terrace. how they say it has helped reduce crime. >> reporter: yeah, this is far from over for this particular neighborhood. it is a significant victory out here. this is a blueprint for how citizens can take matters into their own hands and pick up the slack from the city. >> reporter: at the end of rose crest terrace is an example of citizens rising up. >> we looked at the city to make sure we were within coding. >> reporter: neighbors paid for and built the rot iron fence on their own. their is no shortage of images of crooks burglarizing homes, tagging property or stealing items off porches in the cover
of darkness. in this picture, thieves are ripping out copper piping from the lamp post. when lopez and neighbors called police, one suspect came back and cornered armando at his house. >> he said he would kill me. >> reporter: the city quickly approved a temporary permit to lock the fence across a public right-of-way and block the public from entering the cul-de- sac. the rose crest neighborhood went from half a dozen crimes a week to this. >> since the emergency permit that was issued two months ago, we haven't had one incident since. >> reporter: the neighbors will split the cost of the fence, about $25,000. it's noble for the neighbors to take on the effort. is this embarrassing for san jose to have citizens pay for and do something like this is o
own? >> no, it's a city that allows citizens to come up with solutions. >> reporter: success at reducing crime, neighbors hope to keep up the pressure on the city to approve locking the fence for good. do you think something like this is the city's responsibility? >> crime wasn't going to stop. >> reporter: and this fight is far from over. the police department, the planning department and the neighboring school all support it. the full council votes on this fence in january. we're live in san jose kpix 5. new video from san jose police of a man with a gun who robbed a disabled man. you see the suspect ride up on his bike and knock the victim over. he helps the victim but then takes his phone. the victim fought for it but gets kicked. the man rides off on his bike. people in the south bay may notice changes to their
drinking water. fluoride is being added to water. before today, the supplement was in a few areas including palo alto, mountain view and sunnydale. the project cost $6.2 million to modify the water treatment plants. california's child vaccination laws is facing a new challenge. the law says parents cannot use personal or religious beliefs to skip immunizations. choose between three different rights: making medical decisions for their children, bodily autonomy and education. the recent rain is filling
the lake back up. reporter shawn bennett shows us. >> reporter: folsom lake is filling up. the lake is up 19 feet since the beginning of december. corky likes what mother nature has provided from the recent storms but knows we're not out of the woods quite yet with the state's drought. >> it's better than before. i don't get real comfortable until i see these things keep going into february. >> reporter: riot now, every storm is important. the bureau is prepping and preparing for another super soaker. >> one of the benefits is it will help us meet the demand that would handle the daily operational requirements. so the water is valuable for us getting through this dry period. >> reporter: the levels from even a year ago are up. today the total water in the lake is more than 4 times what it was exactly one year ago according to the department of water resources. >> i like to go out here
fishing and this time last year we couldn't fish out here in my boat. >> run off from weekend rain filling creeks and streams. impromptue waterfalls a treat for hikers. let's check in with paul. rain is good this time of year. we are above average everywhere now in the bay area. there is more rain coming in this week. if you want dry weather, tonight's a good night. well to our north, that's lake county, mendocino county and humboldt county, there's a flood watch. that's tomorrow. to our north. that's where it begins. urban and small stream flooding is likely as soon as tomorrow evening. we're talking 24 hour rain totals in excess of three inches of rain. a soaking rainfall to our north. we'll talk more about when the heavy rain make it's here
because it will bringing wind with it as well. a huge sinkhole swallows up a popular beach path. the race to contain the damage on this bay area cliff before the next storm arrives. stanfords marching band silenced. how members are fighting to play on. >> and how far would you go to score the hottest ticket in the bay area? the mad rush for hamilton tickets.
from chopper 5.. you can see a sinkhole that opened up next to th shore. people won't be heading to this pacifica beach anytime soon. you can see a sinkhole that opened up next on the stairs that lead to the shore. we are live in pacifica to show the rush to contain the damage in an area prone to erosion. >> reporter: liz, some high degrees of difficulty in repairing the sinkhole and reopening the trail because of where it is down a cliff and they have to move fast because more storms are coming later this week. it's a major effort to save a pacifica -- aiming it into the belly of a 15 foot deep sinkhole that hoped on sunday after the latest round of storms. then they bumped in truck loads
of concrete in an effort to save the trail to the beach. >> it's just sand. >> reporter: a neighbor measured the rainfall himself at an inch and a half on saturday. >> something undermined out of the bottom and the sinkhole just opened up from the top. >> reporter: it all happened just steps away from where a row of cliff side apartments were condemned earlier this year. >> over 40 years in pacifica. >> reporter: vera remembers when there was a lot more land on the cliffs, when the apartments actually had backyards, now all gone. >> losing the trail, it's kind of sad. we were here in august and walked down the trail, walked on the beach with my kids from florida. >> reporter: the restoration effort may bring the trail back within days, but as always, the question is for how long. >> it's kind of the exciting
thing about living here is watching mother nature do its thing every year. >> reporter: now, this is all being paid for by the private company that owns the adjacent apartment complex. they hope to have the trail reopened in about a week. city leaders in san jose are weighing whether to continue tax breaks for owners of complexes downtown. they want to continue the existing incentive. it cuts construction taxes in half for residential buildings at least 12 stories high. labor leaders say there should be a requirement to hire locally. the city council is going to take up the issue tomorrow. san jose police caught up to this man, jonathan ruiz who is suspected of a deadly hit and run over the weekend.
the victim was pronounced dead at the scene and ruiz was booked in jail on suspicion of felony hit and run. a victim died at the scene. investigators are unsure if the man was crossing the street or jay walking. not far from that scene, another driver flipped a car. he fled the scene. a passenger was trapped inside. emergency crews had to extricate him from the car. he is in critical condition tonight. the stanford band known for its quirky stunts on the field is in the midst of an identity crisis. a panel at the university found the band has, quote, a systemic cultural problem and placed it on probation through the spring quarter. that means there will not be a band at the basketball games or other school activities this
season. some say that punishment goes too far. >> the suspension of the band is an effort to water down and, honestly, control. >> stanford officials say they will put together a committee to work on reorganizing the band's structure. paul, we enjoyed cooler and crimper temperatures today, but it's going to get wet. >> the bench mark of one inch a week is average. last week, we got double that. this week, we may get double that again. if it stopped raining now, we'd be in a pickle. this is a wonderful start to the rainy season. today, mid to upper 50s. napa, 57. gilroy 60. if you want to fly into the city, the bay bridge is wide open on a monday night. radar is clear. that will change by tomorrow,
but only for the far north bay. we will have to wait, san francisco, san jose, hayward, fremont until thursday. livermore, 37% above average. exactly normal for san jose. santa rosa, where it matters most, 59% above average. that continues all the way into far northern california. this particular set up will juice up any type of storm. why? because of the source of our air. not from the gulf of alaska. we get storms from there. they're drier and colder. you don't get as much rainfall. when you get a tropical tap of moisture, when it rains, it will rain more heavy. that's how the set up is over the next couple of days. it begins in the north bay first. wednesday morning, barely a few drops for the majority of the bay area. watch as we fast forward to
wednesday night. still the rain stays well to the north. look what happens by thursday morning. as the front begins to approach the bay area, we will get the rainfall. it will already have rain, nearly 4 inches in ukiah before you get one quarter of one inch in san jose. when it rains, it's going to pour on thursday. it's going to be windy too. concord, tomorrow, maybe a shower or two, 58. san raffial. you're wet tomorrow, again wednesday. we all get the rain thursday. behind that, even colder air than what we had last week. highs barely out of the 40s and overnight lows in the 30s. we are getting all different facets of winter. remember two winters ago, it was 75 and sunny every day? when it's sunny, it's going to
be cold. when it's not sunny, it's going to rain. >> feels like the holidays. scoring hamilton tickets, no easy feat. but these bay area fans weren't throwing away a shot. >> and the man behind tesla headed for trump tower. new details on the summit with the who's who of bay area tech leaders. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
is for a show that doesn't come to the bay area fo .. the hottest ticket in town right now is for a show that doesn't come to the bay area for another three months. chopper 5 overhead as hamilton tickets went on sale at the ohm orpheun theater. you shouldn't feel so bad for those who had to wait. >> many were actually there to cash in. >> reporter: it's the hottest show on broadway, the hip hop
musical about the life of alexander hamilton. >> i'm here to get the tickets i've been dieing to get for a really long time. >> reporter: the line started forming at noon yesterday before the box office opened at 10:00 this morning. some ticket buyers working in shifts. these two were in line at 4:00 in the morning. >> she and her friend waited for 18 hours, they had to go to [ indiscernible ] so we took their place in line. >> reporter: some admit they've been paid by other people just to stand in line to buy a ticket. others hope to sell them at a premium. stub hub shows them running at one to three thousand dollars a piece. >> i'm buying an extra set of tickets to sell them at my school auction. >> reporter: selling tickets at more than face value is technically against the theater
rules. >> really interesting to see all the different people and kind of celebrating the diversity in the united states. the music is really hip and fun. it's not your typical music. >> reporter: and that's music to a new generation of broadway fans' ears. >> hamilton won't be opening in san francisco until august 5th. for a full list of the show dates and times, head to cbssf.com and click on the hamilton story on the front page. coming up, donald trump versus the cia. we sit down with a california lector leading a new push for answers. >> a woman being dragged off of a plane. the plan to convert this
old flour mill into a cement factory. >> this is about our quality of life. >> we will get the dust and the debris and the noise. >> reporter: yet the companies its process is environmentally friendly and the plant will be an economic boost. >> we need more than 30 jobs and we don't need jobs that are unhealthy. >> expect original reporting from kpix 5 news. while also protecting the environment. the natural world is a beautiful thing, the work that we do helps us protect it. public education is definitely a big part of our job, to teach our customers about the best type of trees to plant around the power lines. we want to keep the power on for our customers. we want to keep our community safe. this is our community, this is where we live. we need to make sure that we have a beautiful place for our children to live. together, we're building a better california. we'll play something besides video games. every day is a gift especially for people with heart failure.
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and alameda county southern viers will vote on it. 1st responders returned to the oakland warehouse for the first time since the fire was put out. kpix 5's susie spoke with others who came to pay their respects. >> as i looked and see all the love that's there, you can't help but feel it. >> reporter: there's a profound heaviness here. strangers bring it with them as they leave flowers for the 36 deceased. this is the closest the public has been able to get to the ghostship warehouse after the fire. they spent the day hugging each other. >> we feel so bad for all the family members that lost their loved ones like that. it's just very sad. >> reporter: the closer look forces many to marvel at how
helpful those trapped inside must have felt. >> there was nothing. no ventilation for them, no exit, no nothing. there's not even a back door over there, it's all brick. >> reporter: tomorrow, donald trump will announce his nomination for secretary of state. exxon c.e.o. rex tillerson is expected to be the front runner. nancy pelosi's daughter christine is demanding more information from the cia regarding russia's possible involvement in the election. we're asking how much do you think russia meddling affected the election. go to cbssf.com/votenow. watch the bottom of your screen, you will see the scale sliding along the range as you
vote. we spoke with christine pelosi about her demands for an intelligence briefing. >> the electoral college is about to make the final decision choosing our next president. some members of the electoral college say they need to know more about russia's involvement in the election before they vote. >> don't you want to know the truth and don't you think the american people deserve to know the truth? >> reporter: christine pelosi, daughter of nancy pelosi, is a california elector who was deeply disturbed by recent accounts of russian influence in the presidential election. today, she and 9 other electors wrote an open letter to james clapper. the electors want a security briefing on evidence of election tampering. >> we would like to know what russia did on behalf of donald trump and what if anything donald trump knew, when he knew it and what he did about it.
we can't do that if there are facts that might indicate an unfair or unfree election. >> reporter: trump continued to deny the report that russian hackers were trying to help him win the election. >> i think it's ridiculous. i think it's another excuse. i don't believe it. >> reporter: not all republicans are willing to dismiss the reports. >> i think we have to look at all the issues on the assumption that the russians do not wish us well. >> reporter: members of the electoral college meet to vote. some are already rethinking what they'll do. >> there are some electors that say it might influence their opinion. they will vote for someone other than donald trump if it turns out that they believe the evidence that the cia puts forward. >> today's hillary clinton's former campaign chairman issued a statement saying he agrees the electors some receive a
security briefing. also unprecedented. >> every day. >> every day is something -- >> an adventure. well, trump is the winner of a presidential election recount in wisconsin. his margin of victory decreased by just 25 votes. he won the state by nearly 22,000 votes. tonight, we are learning who's in and who's out when it comes to the president-elect's tech summit. elon musk will be there. pay paul founder will also be there. other notables heading to trump tower wednesday include apple's c.e.o., c.e.o. larry page of alphabet. facebook's cheryl sam burg, and
intel c.e.o. airbnb c.e.o. will not be attending. the supreme court has just cleared the way for the nfl to pay former players who develop brain diseases after their careers end. today the high court declined to review challenges to the settlement that enables the league to forego a trial and go ahead with a plan to pay retired players over the next 65 years. pay outs will be in the millions in severe cases. the nfl does not have to reveal what it knew and when about the risks of multiple concussions. video from an airline passenger shows officers dragging a woman off a plane in detroit this morning. airport police pulled the woman down a narrow aisle before the delta airlines jet leaves for san diego. one point, she appears to be flat on her back.
delta says she refused to leave the plane on her own. it's called the happy hour play set complete with a plastic bar and beer bottles. how this photo sparked a frenzy on social media. >> a bay area woman searched for her lost cat for months, then gave up hope when she had to move across the country. >> you can still vote in our snapchat poll. how much do you think russia influenced the election? go to cbssf.com/votenow. we'll have the results in a bit. did you know slow internet can actually hold your business back? say goodbye to slow downloads, slow backups, slow everything. comcast business offers blazing fast and reliable internet that's 10 times faster than slow internet from the phone company. say hello to internet speeds up to 150 mbps. and add phone and tv for only $34.90 more a month.
retailers are putting out the welcome mat for holiday job seekers. that's according to a new report. the data found retail job gains in october and november totaled nearly 5 two thousand. it's a 14% drop from the same time last year when more than 600,000 seasonal workers were hired. >> our stores are busy. i think people like old-school. they like to come in, touch it, feel it, seek it. >> just over 9% fewer workers were hired this holiday season. customer service representatives at fisher price have been extra busy lately after this image went viral on social media. it shows what appears to be a happy hour play set made by the company. two toddlers are nursing on pretend beers at a pretend bar. fisher price set the record straight on twitter assuring
parents this is a fake ad. the image was photo shopped by an instagram user. well, a mill valley kitty is eagerly awaiting the arrival of her owner. >> they have had more than a year and three thousand miles between them. now kind neighbors are bringing them together. this is billy jean. she got lost in mill valley last november. the owner posted about it on her door, but she didn't turn up. the owner had to relocate to new york this year. then another neighbor posted about a found kitty cat. neighbors found her owner and collected enough money so she could fly in and reconnect with her cat. ♪ oh, say can you see by the dawn's early light ♪ >> it's like american idol for
the national anthem. aspiring young singers vying for a moment in the spotlight at levi stadium. >> mendocino and lake county are under flood watches tomorrow lasting all the way through friday. we'll talk about when the rain reaches us here. and how does a company raise $81,000 for food for bay area families? >> are changes imminent? perhaps he's heard about this: the rams coach is out while a former raiders coach is back in. >> the angel in the outfield. >> why jack thinks the --
of judges. beautiful. 11 young finalists auditions from all over the bay area and central valley. they're competing to sing the national anthem at the foster farms bowl on december 28th. >> today's winner, foster farms will donate in their name another thousand meals to a local food bank. >> the winner: 16 year old felicia diaz. we've been asking you how much did russian hackers influence the presidential election? this time, you were able to decide on a range of options from no impact on changed outcome. >> a majority of our viewers saying it had great influence on who won, but it appears as of now you're not ready to say it changed the outcome of the election. we'll be thankful for the wet weather coming our way.
>> woe have rain moving in for everyone later on this week. tonight, monday night, traffic flowing smoothly on the golden gate. we have no rain there. 53 in san francisco. 46 in livermore. confirm there's nothing new poised to move in over the next couple hours. this is no. we have a lot of rain coming for us and a lot of snow. this is going to be wonderful news if you are taking your family up to anywhere in tahoe for christmas or the holidays. little bit of snow the next two days, up to a foot. the heavy stuff gets there thursday. we're talking 20 inches or more at the highest elevations. lake tahoe, you're getting snow
all week long. here's the set up. it's a tropical tap. let's look at our source of air. by the end of this week, our source of air will be coming down from canada, cold but dry. the opposite will be happening before the front gets here. our source of air will be riding in just like a flight from hawaii back to sfo. that's moving from southwest to back east. we get more rain out of each of those systems. that's going to happen this week and that's why a flood watch is in effect for the north bay as soon as tomorrow. future cast, a lot of gray, but tomorrow morning, very little rainfall. it's way up to the north. the rain will stay to the north wednesday. it will not be until wednesday night and thursday morning when the rain really consolidates and begins to migrate south. look at the line of heavy rainfall poised across the golden gate 8:00 or 9:00 thursday morning. 95% of the bay area, you have
to wait about two and a half more days before the rain begins. north way rainfall tomorrow and wednesday. soaking rainfall for all of us thursday. and heavy snow for the sierra. it is going to be dumping in the sierra throughout the week, but especially thursday and friday. highs tomorrow, cloudy in fremont. san jose, 62. santa rosa, 55. it's for and you points north you'll begin to see rain tomorrow. everybody is very soggy on thursday as we see rain and wind moving in. on friday, it's going to be dry, but chilly. highs in the mid-50s and overnight lows in the 30s. we have a lot of folks joining us today for food for bay area families. joining us today: kim coats [ indiscernible ] and terry from
the sf marin food bank. this is a huge check for not that huge of a company. how do you do it? >> we really couldn't have raised this amount with 70, 75 people without that commitment. this is something that's important that our leadership has emphasized for more than 20 years now and it speaks volumes -- it convinces everybody to contribute. our entire office contributes. we have events almost every day to try to make this happen. >> this is more than $1,000 per employee for your company. >> that's right. it's something we're extremely proud of. >> the sf marin food bank, tell us about the need -- 12 months out of the year, there are folks that have to make a choice between housing and
food. that's a horrible choice to make. >> we reckon about 1 in 4 people in san francisco are at risk for hunger and we strive mightily to feed the need all year round. this is a time when a lot of people are thinking about it and we appreciate all the attention given by our community and all the support to make it possible to do the work we do to serve the roughly hundred thousand meals we serve every single day. >> thank you for what you do. your company has been extremely generous this year. $82,000. you can donate yourself at a whole foods market or cbssf.com/give ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
friday...mcdonald ranks 28th among tight end in catches, and well, the 49ers raised a few eyebrows when they signed tight end van ce mcdonald on friday. he won't be improving his number after he suffered a season ending injury in yesterday's loss to the jets. >> oh, no, we suck again? >> powell won it for new york. the jets scored 20 unanswered
points. also on sunday, cbs reported that general manager trent falkey will likely be fired by the end of the season. >> i have tremendous confidence in trent and i have not heard anything about that. >> cbs' jason hackafora report ared that [ indiscernible ] might reduce jay york's role. kpix analyst jeremy new berry does not see it as a move in the right direction. >> we tried that before and we saw how it finished last time. it was a disaster to say the least. i sure hope that's not the case. hiring good football people and let them make the decision. i hope a more active role is what kind of food he's going to put in the suites for the
people who are buying. because he don't understand anything about football. 49er fans are still sour over the departure of chip harbaugh. >> coach need to go. he's sorry as [ bleep ]. he don't know how to coach. >> that's snoop dogg and he got his wish. the rams fired fisher just a week after renewing his extension. the raiders fell to the 5th seed after their loss thursday night in kansas city. but did the chief's defense have a little help from above? jack delrio didn't put an end to the controversy that the pass to cooper hit a camera wire. >> the angel in the outfield.
i mean, it moved. you know. i don't know if it hit a wire or angel in the outfield moved it, a gust of wind, i don't know. >> i thought he was young and immature and someone would grab him by the throat and tell him he's doing the wrong thing. employers can no longer consult al david. the former raiders coach will be the new head coach at florida atlantic. if you were busy doing your first santa pub crawl this weekend, here's what you missed: stanford beat wake forest to win its second straight national title. saint mary's may have found its next great shooter. 6 foot 10 jordan hunter to beat
the buzzer. yes! hunter's first career three- pointer. the gales are 7 and 1 this season after that. the seahawks committed -- doug bald win caused one interception. the packers blew out seattle 38- 10. have you heard the term defenseless receiver? charles left with a concussion while everett was able to stay in the game inexplicably. rebounded last night with a win. >> you survived the crawl. >> oh, boy. >> see you at 11:00. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
announcer: it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: thank you. [indistinct] i appreciate you. appreciate you, man. thank you all very much. i appreciate it, folks. thank you very much. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man steve harvey. [cheering and applause] and we got a good one for you today. returning for their third day, from netawaka, kansas, it's the champs, the childs family. and from henderson, colorado, it's the sauceda family. ritchie: yeah! yeah! yeah!
[saucedas clamoring loudly] steve: everybody's here trying to win theirself a lot of cash, and somebody wan drive out of here in a brand-new car. [cheering and applause] give me tina, give me bree. ["family feud" theme plays] heh heh heh! top 6 answers on the board. here we go. if you literally had a bug up your behind, which kind would be the worst kind? tina: a bee! steve: a bee. saucedas: whoo! play! play! tina: we're gonna play. steve: they're gonna play. [cheering and applause] michael: whoo! steve: michael, if you literally had a bug up your bekind-- behind, what kind would be the worst kind? michael: the worst kind would be a spider, steve! steve: spider. zach: yeah, good answer. steve: zach, chug boy, if you