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"abrego" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

06:30 min | 10 months ago

"abrego" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"I'm originally from Los Angeles California. So you know I moved to New York for college when turned eighteen and Went home for a little bit came back permanently in started, started working at a tech start up and moved on to a little bit of with a little bit of time. Finance financing then landed his dream role. at linked in and. I started leading the black inclusion group. It's it's an additional role that I have their leading the black inclusion group. Company, which is our employee resource group. For Black people in their allies and our goal is to help. engage our community. You know, get black. Go Higher Keep them at our company in insure that they that they grow as professional so It's been a journey. Whole life has taken a lot of twists and turns in you know. It's made me who I am today and I'm super happy about it. You Know I. Talk about it I tried to candidates awesome about in the united have the the easiest life growing up in terms of you know The environment in which I grew up in from south La. you know my dad did you know? Time prison a pretty significant amount of time, so he's gone for the majority of my childhood. Grow with my mother so I mean all of that stuff I say because it really shapes you in in. You know that's why think of things like this and I. I like service oriented roles like this I i WanNa give back as much as I can on a lot of people played a role in. Helping me get to where I am so yeah, you actually you wrote a little bit for linked in about how you've come to see your story as an important part of your journey, but there was a time when you were embarrassed to share with people. What has what has your experience been like sharing that story? Specifically with white colleagues like how has been received? I mean I, I, it's been, it's been liberated from me on a personal level, because the fact that I'm not spending so much time suppressing such a not such a big part, the entirety of myself all with the intended purpose of fitting in these primarily white spaces and I. Don't know if anybody's ever had to deal with you know. Not being true to themselves, but it's it's it's tax. It's mentally taxing physically taxing and it. It does not make you Does Not make you better, but I mean You know so I like I said it's been liberating for me, but in terms of my colleagues I. Think a lot of them. are usually surprise. And I think they're surprised. Because of the fact that they have their own preconceived notions about what somebody from my background is supposed to look like Act, light sound like an dispel all those notions when I walk into a room and That's not because it, but this is just everybody in my neighborhood. We're all intelligent. People were all well-spoken people. We all have thoughts in fears and everything like everybody else I just have been able to to end up in some of these spaces where some of my people like me have been able to sell its bid jarring for some people when they hear, meet celebrate story, but it's. It's the truth I think that anytime. I can help bring lights that I'll definitely do it. At what point did you start to share your story and realize that it might help other people? So I think for me. It was probably when I moved back to New York from L.. A. Around Twenty twelve. So you know Angela, new me, you know. She and I met in college. And you know. I was still trying to figure out just like anybody in college or any young person. You still trying to figure themselves out. You know you're trying to fit in once again in these environments that are not. Native to you if you will in your in your in who you are, so the journey really started after I left collared in twenty eleven when I came back, some York I found. A bunch of friends that looked like me in that had similar upbringings to me and being around them really gave me license to be myself to what I really was so then. That's when I start really opening up until the truth, like Hey, I'm the son of an ex felon who did twenty years a look I, grew up in south La look. My House got shot up like you know all this stuff. That might not be the same kid who grew up in. You know in Connecticut, you know in a two parent household and you know upper to middle class. but my friends and having people who share similar backgrounds to you definitely makes you more comfortable euro skit so then. That's when I started telling that story. And I know that part of your job or part of being part of the black inclusion group. Now you bring in students from underserved communities because you work with my friend Ashley. Who you guys have a little networking thing going on. Have? You shared your story with those students. Do you find that that's something that helps? Yeah I mean. When I see kids that look like me. And they got the same fears like me because they're not sure which way their life might go, because we don't have the same state does the ones I especially gravitate toward not so much when my story, but try to comforting you try to answer questions you know because I think it's more important for them to tell their story and just the fact that natural related related not. Not with everybody before a lot of people, you see yourself these kids you know when you see a young, black or brown kid from you know the Bronx or something like that now. That's a story you know seeing them. That resonates with me so of course I told him the story, but I always like to hear their stories because I learned a lot from. Those people sounds like. Therapy, yeah yeah! And I guess like showing people that like as you've learned. Your story is important to who you are, and you should share it, not not be embarrassed. Yeah it's it because it's a part of your identity. I mean it's your story, but your story is so intertwined to who you ultimately end up becoming as a person, so the more you choose to try to intentionally or unintentionally suppressed.

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"abrego" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

03:37 min | 10 months ago

"abrego" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"Tell us a bit about your background, and then how you wound up in your role, Lincoln. Yes, so <hes>. I'm originally from Los Angeles California. So you know I moved to New York <hes> for college when turned eighteen and <hes>. Went home for a little bit came back permanently in started, <hes> started working at a tech start up and moved on to a little bit of <hes> with a little bit of time. Finance financing then landed his dream role. <hes> <hes> at linked in and. I started leading the black inclusion group. It's it's an additional role that I have their leading the black inclusion group. Company, which is our employee resource group. For Black people in their allies and our goal is to help. <hes> engage our community. You know, get black. Go Higher <hes>. Keep them at our company in insure that they that they grow as professional so <hes>. It's been a journey. Whole life has taken a lot of twists and turns in you know. It's made me who I am today and I'm super happy about it. You Know I. Talk about it I tried to candidates awesome about in the united have the the easiest life growing up in terms of you know <hes>. The environment in which I grew up in from south La. <hes> you know my dad did <hes> you know? Time prison a pretty significant amount of time, so he's gone for the majority of my childhood. Grow with my mother so I mean all of that stuff I say because it really shapes you in in. You know that's why think of things like this and I. I like <hes> service oriented roles like this I i WanNa give back as much as I can on a lot of people played a role in. Helping me get to where I am so yeah, you actually you wrote a little bit for linked in about how you've come to see your story as an important part of your journey, but there was a time when you were embarrassed to share with people. What has what has your experience been like sharing that story? Specifically with white colleagues like how has been received? I mean I, I, it's been, it's been liberated from me on a personal level, because the fact that I'm not spending so much time suppressing such a not such a big part, the entirety of myself <hes> all with the intended purpose of fitting in these primarily white spaces and I. Don't know if anybody's ever had to deal with you know. Not being true to themselves, but it's it's it's tax. It's mentally taxing physically taxing and it. It does not make you <hes>. Does Not make you better, but I mean <unk>. You know so I like I said it's been liberating for me, but in terms of my colleagues I. Think a lot of them. <hes> are usually surprise. And I think they're surprised. Because of the fact that they have their own preconceived notions about what somebody from my background is supposed to look like Act, light sound like an dispel all those notions when I walk into a room and That's not because it, but this is just everybody in my neighborhood. We're all intelligent. People were all well-spoken people. We all have thoughts in fears and everything like everybody else I just have been able to to end up in some of these spaces where some of my people like me have been able to sell its bid jarring for some people when they hear, meet celebrate story, but <hes> it's. It's the truth I think that anytime. I can help bring lights that I'll definitely do it.

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Eric Abrego, co-chair of the Black Inclusion Group at LinkedIn

This Is Why You're Single

03:37 min | 10 months ago

Eric Abrego, co-chair of the Black Inclusion Group at LinkedIn

"Tell us a bit about your background, and then how you wound up in your role, Lincoln. Yes, so I'm originally from Los Angeles California. So you know I moved to New York for college when turned eighteen and Went home for a little bit came back permanently in started, started working at a tech start up and moved on to a little bit of with a little bit of time. Finance financing then landed his dream role. at linked in and. I started leading the black inclusion group. It's it's an additional role that I have their leading the black inclusion group. Company, which is our employee resource group. For Black people in their allies and our goal is to help. engage our community. You know, get black. Go Higher Keep them at our company in insure that they that they grow as professional so It's been a journey. Whole life has taken a lot of twists and turns in you know. It's made me who I am today and I'm super happy about it. You Know I. Talk about it I tried to candidates awesome about in the united have the the easiest life growing up in terms of you know The environment in which I grew up in from south La. you know my dad did you know? Time prison a pretty significant amount of time, so he's gone for the majority of my childhood. Grow with my mother so I mean all of that stuff I say because it really shapes you in in. You know that's why think of things like this and I. I like service oriented roles like this I i WanNa give back as much as I can on a lot of people played a role in. Helping me get to where I am so yeah, you actually you wrote a little bit for linked in about how you've come to see your story as an important part of your journey, but there was a time when you were embarrassed to share with people. What has what has your experience been like sharing that story? Specifically with white colleagues like how has been received? I mean I, I, it's been, it's been liberated from me on a personal level, because the fact that I'm not spending so much time suppressing such a not such a big part, the entirety of myself all with the intended purpose of fitting in these primarily white spaces and I. Don't know if anybody's ever had to deal with you know. Not being true to themselves, but it's it's it's tax. It's mentally taxing physically taxing and it. It does not make you Does Not make you better, but I mean You know so I like I said it's been liberating for me, but in terms of my colleagues I. Think a lot of them. are usually surprise. And I think they're surprised. Because of the fact that they have their own preconceived notions about what somebody from my background is supposed to look like Act, light sound like an dispel all those notions when I walk into a room and That's not because it, but this is just everybody in my neighborhood. We're all intelligent. People were all well-spoken people. We all have thoughts in fears and everything like everybody else I just have been able to to end up in some of these spaces where some of my people like me have been able to sell its bid jarring for some people when they hear, meet celebrate story, but it's. It's the truth I think that anytime. I can help bring lights that I'll definitely do it.

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"abrego" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

03:20 min | 10 months ago

"abrego" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"We will be answering your listener questions including one from a woman. Woman of Color, who's boyfriend's family are trump supporters and another listener who wants to know if it's okay to check in on her black coworkers right now, but I wanNA welcome this week's guest. He works linked end where he is the CO chairman of the Black Inclusion Group A program, which utilizes data, resources and employees to close the opportunity gap for black people in the technology industry. He is also angeles. College Buddy please welcome to the podcast Eric Abrego. Hello. Low, thank you for having me. I appreciate it. It's an honor to be here with both. Eric it's an honor to have you. You are our first guest post. rebrand your first remote guests. This is a very big deal. If I had known back in college, that I would be I would be having you as a guest on my podcast remotely because of a global pandemic, I would have been so confused by some. It up. Make it up Eric, did you? Did you know that was always going to have a podcast in college? What was she like I? Don't think we knew what podcast where when we were in college. That's that's also true, but I mean a lot of what you do in terms of giving advices exactly what it was like because. Now it makes sense more people. Get your, so that's good. Stuff is always going round unsolicited advice that people exactly I took eric a lot of dating advice, which would have been great for the old show, but this time this time around. You're actually going to be advising us at. It is an honor to have you on my friend. Because Rodrigo episode about ally ship and I'm really excited to get your perspective because first of all, you've always been one of the most politically engaged people that I've known and one of the like like the night of two thousand sixteen election I wanted to call you really. Happening bidding is this really happening so and and you now have this amazing role linked in? Where you are the CO chair for their Black Inclusion Group, and you've published articles for them on ally ship from your perspective as an ally to other people and giving advice people being an alley so. You're like you're the perfect guy to chat with us today because I think a perspective like yours is really essential, were two white women and we. We don't want to leave. We don't want to presume to lead the conversation here like we do the work to educate ourselves, but we also wouldn't want our voices in this conversation. So feels good to have you. Appreciate the thank you. Tables have certainly have certainly turned. You could tell told me ten years ago, or however long that was that one daddy giving be giving you advice so I'm happy to be here. Me And so many other people that are listening. You're going to help so many. But so I want to have everybody gets no you a bit, so tell us a bit about your background, and then how you wound up in your role, Lincoln. Yes, so.

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"abrego" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"abrego" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Of times is it yeah okay all right then let's say the Pendergrass love TKO alright I don't know who came up with this holiday always said this pretty sure hallmark not I don't know but a woman that worked at home more to the do didn't come up with this is like a you will well what I come up with that what would I do that or do some nice it is it but but it would be that as it may I think I'm gonna I'm cooking tomorrow are you a cook do you normally could occur now the special I do I cook I wish I did more well I I can make some decent stuff from time to time like also makes a ninety second every time what's your best dish what anyway if you're if if I said if I had your family all right here is what is the best dish pops makes yeah what would they say reservation my program yeah that's a good one Sir now and it was there if you could report tacos they do pretty well I mean but steak and then I go with the lemon garlic mashed potatoes are bad is it a little lemmings Adams is at the end of his talk to talk I'm showing up at your house tomorrow but I think tomorrow gonna probably go and people like white sand last time I wave listened of like thirty I think is a threat if you listen to sports talk radio and labor down guess what but she doesn't in order my kids I was a show that's on my list there's always a surprising Weston might make it a listen every now and again but I'm totally good you guys do your stuff and I can do that police on here you guys want to laugh and when I get home but I'll probably go Abrego salmon and corn a big corn guy like.

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The Details of Chris Watts' Triple Murder Case Are Even Crazier Than You Realized

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

The Details of Chris Watts' Triple Murder Case Are Even Crazier Than You Realized

"Even started divorce proceedings. She also never knew that. Watts wife, Shannon. Watts was pregnant she says watch changes story so often she believes he's also lying about Shannon strangling couples two daughters. Reporting live, Connor shreve. KOA newsradio. Thank you. Connor the atoms. Fourteen school district in commerce city being ordered to get a new management entity. See this comes after eight years of dismal student performance in the district, the Colorado state board of education, directed the atoms. Fourteen school district attorney over full management of the district to an external organization superintendent harbor Abrego has a message for parents. We want them to be relieved because

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"abrego" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"abrego" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The news is sponsored by permits heel basement systems here is Vic Vaughn thanks Nick good morning fair skies at sixty one degrees at, O'Hare President, Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen struck a plea deal with federal prosecutors the case related to hush money paid to women who claim. To have had a players with Trump before he took. Office ABC news political, director Rick Klein on whether this, development could impact the, president will Cohen is one of the closest people the President Trump from years back he, holds. The keys to the kingdom on, business relationships? Private deals side deals the president's fixer over a period. Literally going back decades the idea that. He would. Turn on the president and. Provide, information incriminating about the press Is mind. Blowing to Trump washers and it opens up all. Sorts, of possibilities about where this could head Cohen implicated the president he told the judge he, was acting in, coordination than at the direction of a candidate, for federal office an autopsy is scheduled for today on the body. Of twenty year old Molly Tibbets she was missing for more than, a. Month, in, Brooklyn Iowa, Powell she. County prosecutors. Have charged a Mexican citizen with first degree murder, they say twenty four year old Krisztian Rivera has. Confessed to kidnapping and killing Tibbets and up dumping her body in a cornfield he's been living in the US illegally President Trump's national, security advisor, John Bolton is in Israel he spoke earlier this morning saying new sanctions against Iran or working better than they expected a more could. Be on the way he talked about additional economic sanctions. Could be imposed to, achieve the president's goal of maximum, pressure Trump administration reimpose. Sanctions on Iran earlier this month after withdrawing from the twenty fifteen international nuclear deal with Iran first day of class was canceled at school calcium at city yesterday after the campus tested positive for mold officials at Wentworth junior high say. It will remain closed. For cleaning until further notice American Airlines will reduce the number of flights in and. Out of O'Hare to and from Asia it'll end it's nonstop flight to. Beijing in. Late October service to Tokyo be cut back to three, days a. Week starting in December American says those are among its least profitable. Routes and no winner in last night's VFW Queen of hearts raffle in the far northwest suburb of mckenry the jackpot rolls over. Again that means the four point three million. Dollar winnings will likely, grow hold another drawing next. Week let's get an update, now from WGN sports morning Dave and good morning the Minnesota Twins scored three runs in the ninth inning to beat the White Sox five to two but that was not the headline from guaranteed rate field that was the debut of top pitching prospect Michael kopech and the only things disappointing about it Were beyond his, control the weather kopecks debut was cut short. By fifty two. Minute rain, delay and he didn't go back out after the stoppage which followed two innings of work in which kopech face ten-man struck out four and. Hit ninety eight on the, gun you on Moncada tied, the game with a home run on. The seventh for the White. Sox before the twins rallied the series wraps up, this afternoon the pre-game. Twelve thirty five here on WGN Sachs played again last night without manager wreck Renteria was released from, a Minneapolis hospital after feeling lightheaded Monday night and they played without slugger Jose Abrego who underwent abdominal, surgery that will sideline him a couple of weeks Stress reaction in his right elbow will sideline cubs pitcher Yu Darvish the rest of the season the cubs made, that decision two days after Darvish had to cut a rehab start short once again the cubs offense came up Andy empty held a solo home run. For the fifth consecutive game in a two to one loss to Detroit, Kyle Hendricks gave up two runs in the first inning day held up for the Tigers who yielded only an Anthony Rizzo homerun of the cubs will play Detroit one. More time this evening cubs also quired Daniel Murphy in a deal with Washington for a minor leaguer and he'll make. His cubs debut this evening cubs. Lead cut short once again as the Saint Louis cardinals approved. A sixteen and four this. Month with another victory winning at Los Angeles five to to the, cardinals down second-place two and a half beyond the cubs Milwaukee also lost the brewers are three games back On the home of the Blackhawks the northwestern Wildcats and White Sox baseball David WGN sports You've reached the..

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"abrego" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"abrego" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"With neil cavuto kathy abrego kathy abrego who is an out there lefty in light of what took place today would kim jong own kind of getting cold feet listen filtered through what was but kathy is saying here cut twenty four so we're supposed to entrust the president who changes his mind his uncertain i mean we're we're never quite sure what he's going to do next so we have a world right now the tariffs are uncertain oil prices go up when things are unstable and uncertain i mean that's been happened in the past going well so the uncertainty to trump is unstable he's uncertain a new caboodle askar a great question who's more trusting this into this woman's answer cut twenty five well we could say that things are unstable so he's supposed to convince us that things will be stable we're supposed to trust someone i mean can jump eunice opposed to trust that this president's going to keep his word so we have to trust him john it's scary at this moment i'm not quite sure talks alert that you buried there that you trust the north korean leader how does that i know you're liberal but you're you're not cool yes she is clueless kathy abrego is clueless and then i think no caboodle job to kinda just slams the door owner just talks about what this really is cut twenty six i'm just saying how does this leader trust bliss leader we have two leaders that are unstable out of control it's not out of control i'm just he's so unpredictable we're gonna trust trump derangement syndrome it's what you just heard there yes.

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"abrego" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"abrego" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mean no matter how hard is job was every day he always seemed to be looking at us like y'all everything is good and but we never really talked we just always like we always just exchanged whistles honesty i got you let's go it was like our whole relationship but then he approached me one day but he would always look at me and then you approaching one day and he asked me if i could help them out with something he needed his his his family couldn't help them the next day and he asked me if i could help them and i didn't there was no one that i was with in the desert went there all by myself so i said yes and then i remember the next morning he came to my doorstep who's really early it was five thirty am in i don't know if any of you have been to the desert or lived in the desert but it gets bright really really early in the desert and where we lived in borrego it was in the middle of the answer abrego desert which is the north east end of san diego county and it's a it's a it's an amazing amazing place it's sand everywhere beautiful alkatiri cactus he pulled up to my house that morning and i still remember it it's i looked out the window and he rolled up and there was this cloud of dust and you standing there like the tasmanian devil and he's holding two cups of nest cafe coffee and he was just there and it was just like you had this red pickup truck and i was like looked at me like lease bill and i say all right let's go and then got in the truck and we headed east and we headed east through the desert through area called fonts point which is like a canyon that was a bunch of dry lakes and we headed towards the salton sea towards coachella and we went around and under the south bend of the salton sea and cut across through this town call mecca which is on the eastern end of the.

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"abrego" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"abrego" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Abrego and davidson one through four i mean davidson's proven a lot here offensively abreu's a player that i want to stay with the socks for the long haul and i know that we're talking about this last night after our after the sox beat the jays i eric when nelson was talking about by when a break you becomes a free agent that he's gonna be on the market and people are gonna wanna pay eighteen twenty million dollars for jose abreu and i thought about that i was thinking man he's got to put up some major numbers to get that kind of payoff i like jose abrego jose abreu is not a star not yet he's not and i actually josh nelson said this yesterday he he thinks that he's gonna make the all star game this year the all star team this year and if he keeps his he's bennett consistent player throughout his career so if he can play consistent his age is the problem like i don't want to give him that much money no i want his play does match thirty one already so like how how much money and how many years is he really going to get i don't mind him being the old head on the team though but i actually that's a perfect role i want him to be that but not at that price and by the way what kind of dummy give someone that's on the wrong side of thirty that kind of money because we haven't even seen the best of a break you yet he's a d h and a first baseman but a d h right he's not he's not a clown over at i can play the position i'm just saying that as he gets older you want him to preserve his body give him in their in a pinch every now and then but he's a d h really absolutely he's not saving out for saving errors for you space he's not doing that so.

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"abrego" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"abrego" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I do like him at leadoff because he is he's a lot more patient than avi but obviously number two hitter he's got some speed he's gonna hit more doubles than home runs and i like those two hitting in front of jose abrego watching carson former today i know that he wants to impress because we again when the sox get good you want former to be part of that mix if he is productive i thought carson was was good enough art to see more from him seventy three pitches for strikes without their for five innings i think he battled and he had to battle around a couple of really agree gis errors i did not like what i saw there in the bottom of the fourth with those errors but he only got out of your out of it with one run surrendered so josh i like what i saw from former i just wanna see more production from him because i thought the future find out carson part of it i think we saw what the best that former could bring and as a starting pitcher i think realistic expectation is give us five innings right if you're the white sox get through five innings and do what he did only allow one run because of the sixth inning as you mentioned his pitch count wasn't very high but he gave up back to back hits the josh donaldson adjusted smoke at a double and all of a sudden there's runners on second and third you have a two run lead with no outs and that doesn't necessarily put the white sox at a good position and rick renteria thought rightfully so went to the bullpen to try to get out of another jam that the white sox got themselves into i think the long term future for carson palmer still out of the bullpen which is a someone that can come into the game and give you one to two innings every three days and that is incredibly valuable especially if you try to get through.

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"abrego" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"abrego" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I guess burnt abrego's six edwin encarnacion seven brandon belt eight matt carpenter nine carlos santana tent and then with the starting pitchers this is the thing that annoys me kershaw shows number one which is completely fire and it'll add these exact last georgia cory clover clover okay chris sale three shares are four probably right sure this should probably be number two i would agree we probably should just based on what he's done i ask of strasbourg is five bumgarner six and they show you that that act killing you for last year because bumgarner in sindh the guard a six and seven right and obviously they both missed some tangible and who's your other guys are out of the garang carlos carrasco right justin verlander murray and hayel freak in hendrix what is that a joke ahead of the ground ahead of the gun com are you kidding that's wrong so it's not just met fayez that disrespect jacob the graham it's mlb network here as far as relievers how many yankees do you think are in the top ten for relief pitching three you say three beer two two can you name the two is this true earning is that really number four the guy number four you see what i'm talking about that that's why out okay chapman and robertson no chapman and somebody else but chances now green chad green cheguini number four while that's have great respect green aides kaley janssen want andrew miller to kimbrell three chad green four archie bradley five zach britain sixty not even gonna put fro not larussa no jerusalem millea no jurors familia thank out with the phones that he got this i know we've five again we're getting close now prowled sometime this week we do have one of our engineers in.

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"abrego" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"abrego" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"For a drone pilot mission blaze bernstein nineteen was last seen tuesday nettie ten thirty pm abrego parkin foothill ranch orange county police department it a dog searched human search and a helicopter search nothing the faa these regulations were devised integrate these of drones and to the national airspace system so a drone potted posted an announcement that there are also going to be a part of this to try to find any trace ablaze bernstein in fact on saturday a team of 25 orange county sheriff's department reserve deputies searched the area didn't turn up any clues the friend said i went into the mess the restroom and when i came out he was gone where we don't know other reports say he just walked off the family says he didn't bring anything uh just he just i think he did have a cell phone but didn't have a wallet no credit cards not even a cell phone charger his mother has been speaking which concerns she said the only thing i can think of as maybe was abducted maybe was taken to a remote location maybe he went into the wilderness parking got injured a wild animal got him i don't know anybody can guess i can't figure out why anybody would want to hurt my son the family insisted and you know this you don't know zero tolerance on drugs or alcohol with this teenager but what does that mean he wouldn't even use it he would use how drugs or alcohol in college rhythm atta eastern pennsylvania in no countries nineteen they didn't get alarmed till the next day would even short for dental appointment then they're like our whereas because you know when you're nineteen you mike why for the night stay somewhere else he's a sophomore at the university of pennsylvania supposedly going to be majoring in psychology with a minor in chemistry and pursuing it all with a premed focus according to other family members son recently became managing editor of the foodie magazine at the university of pennsylvania they believe he had nothing going on it is life in fact there was no sign he was scheduled to fly back to philadelphia this past sunday would've been yesterday to get ready for the new semester.

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"abrego" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"abrego" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The news watch never stops the news watch never stops wbz news time is eleven o'clock substantial it out there right now forty two degrees in boston good morning mike macklin here's what we're following of the wbz newsroom awaiting a second vote on the taxcut this is what happens when you rod roughshod over the process a controversial cardinal is dead but death of cardinal law not closure on clergy sexabuse there is a great deal of unfinished visited in terms of recovery cantle called abrego diversity to a boston institution we've got the accu weather forecasts get a feel windy and chillier the sanford in some sunshine a high backup to just forty four tracey jockey old wall street fairly healthy gains the dow's up one the nasdaq is falling twenty bloomberg business part is coming up chopping bigger news out he levin congress's back debating the tax bill ahead of a second vote forced by a procedural problem after the initial bill was approved by the senate last night republicans who celebrating the bills eventual passage later today democrats continuing to voice their displeasure we're here this morning solely because of a mistake this is the blunder rule and this is not the first big blunder in this bill and indeed it certainly won't be the last we will be cleaning up this mess in the blunders in this bill all and next year the bill's supporters are hailing it as a holiday gift projects pairs they say the american people will see the good at it once they noticed small repair role deductions and tax bills next.

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"abrego" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"abrego" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Remains were exumed and examined and as we already reported brutally brutally murdered again victim's identity not known but on september twenty nine officers stopped a car driven by another ms thirteen member in which lopez abrego was a passenger detectives interviewed him but he denied any evolve in the park murder montgomery county police tried to find the individual that enviable couldn't locate him law enforcement agents looking for different emma's thirteen suspect from maryland milton portillo rodriguez accused of a murder in and rundle county than track that man to avery county north carolina and were marshalls at a local sheriff's office arrived at a local condo a person but not the suspect answered the door deputies and agents found tortilla rodriguez lopez abrego and a third ms thirteen member from maryland attempting to her hi inside that's when they were apprehended she arnold thank you look for a motive because part of the initiation rites of ms thirteen and other gangs as well but particularly ms thirteen is that to really be a sanction as a member of the gang you've got to go out there and either kill somebody or and horrifically to or raped some woman named right and that's again was of drugged raped control a kill the as their uh their motto so it could be any body i mean you you you don't necessarily have to target individual all you have to go a new is one day you you go out and and she of persona say okay that's going to be my initiation uh uh you know to become a member of the gang the weather some the victim is in a spanich man five foot to weigh on 26 pounds short dark brown hair me was murdered it was wearing a gray sweatshirt with first united methodist church laurel written on the upper left side a rosary or necklace was also found on his body at the police in previously distributed photos of the dmz flechard muddied blue shorts in africa his remains so far they have been unable to to do that but here they are operating an animal do county in annapolis we know there in frederick county prince george's county montgomery county and in northern virginia and i will tell you one thing for sure they are in baltimore accounting and.

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"abrego" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"abrego" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That's a ripley's believe it or not story is what that is you know it's not that impressive by because this is what i expect from people who lose their arms go well said oh man is speaking of if a guy without arms can get a bow sit down and compete with the best in the world with them using their arms press that's actually impresses what's your excuse as they went resid and that's great laugh dallas a couple of questions what does he do about hitchhiking handle he actually drives and self places what he has his freedom away all and then what does you know about breaks he it's not as if he has control i'm telling you the father of three compete in the same way that he hunts parents arrives a car while i using his feet that's eight it's not a feel good it's a wild that's impressive story that's a mindboggling no kidding story as opposed to a field could sort of makes your heart go i think it's pretty inspiring makes me feel expiring you also pretty good i'll i'll i'll grant you inspiring is a word i would use while is another word i would use he's never going to do the heimlich maneuvered help anybody out in a restaurant there are a few things that are not going to happen but i'll tell you what is going to happen neil survey dra neil is coming right up and we're going to do the fork report kfi am 640 all right jennifer jones lee for the news update la will pay nearly a million dollars to a family that accused the lapd of excessive force that led to death the payoff settles a twenty five milliondollar lawsuit filed by the family of omar abrego it claimed two sergeants were to blame for abrego's death after a fight and arrest in south la in 2014 the la county coroner's office his and prosecutors found that wasn't true both said abrego died after using cocaine and witnesses saw abrego attack the officers a report from the da's offices.

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"abrego" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:01 min | 4 years ago

"abrego" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"A debut will remember 27 she's after weeks wells for this i think the best name we got today poverty coexist want okay fray of jonas strapped history there because at one time i was way i did bring introduce you did stray obviously your name trey right i guess you're i don't i don't only espn radio and espn to down ta understand thing off does not of them was abrego was not an which are rappers not a sandwich hot dogs not as they went to g in the metal there are you a achieved whatever pollster beat her sandwich that a rapid sir i show would they still god's the rapid an old town the border is touting the burger feet and radio on the is behind you where counting down to the start of the nfl season seven weeks until kickoff aloma gone mike vic would i think that's the most absurd things got a bit longer that that if the so movement calling coupling just goes with the green could that everything i will be just got the ball pollick cabinet will decide to attain wide way is just it's ridiculous this is your home for the nfl espn radio the james yeah the debate on espn radio issued happen siriusxm general eighty five straight thought rajabhai straight talk wireless vessels best network nokia fares bringing the fire a believe me a gentle felt like a simmering prior embers little something do uh i don't a torch aena my teammates but i do have some disagreements get a little just a little burn will send jill seconddegree will flinch i so if you to join us we were of discussing the carrier being trade request and the reactions to it since then brian windhorts has been all over the story of course it's his account and here he was explaining why cairo being wants to leaf ferrier ring had thrown the nba into a tom while there is a bunch of nba executives who are like ready to go on vacation their families route at the beach and they're now on the phone making trade offers to the cavs wasn't i wanna point out because i've seen a lotta pushback all across the spectrum which is what we see any situation kyw reserving is like any average american businessman who is number two in his organization at wants.

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"abrego" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"abrego" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I i said it might be colder the mobile i said grizzly bear or polar bear make sure you listen toronto bread and understand sarcasm and then and then thrown abrego's unstop the stereotypes bill you're better than mad are you upset that i said there could pull through here's in halifax i did not say he was eaten by a polar bear when he paused in i didn't hear anything i did not say i think that derek from halifax nova scotia was jewish gnawed on by a polar bear i would not stoop to something that low big john two tweets nonsense about dodgers heads hero pinon is typical of east coast people dodgers lead majors in attendance home and a way michael faucet comments with a tweet he says the cubs cheated and becomes fans are the worst since most of them are bandwagon fans what are the odds that michael's from one of the odds eddie limburg tweets adds successively the score at cbs sports radio welcome back huge be sure to enjoy tasty chicago who have time it was that what's going on because it was oooo when i got off the highway coming in for the west side of chicago in elgin where my son's you new league clubs augured team is playing super wide doubleheader begins with chicago inferno crazy really traffic was in to bat on a highway outside of o'hare where they just do construction mina you've got the busiest airport in the world one of them right now let us get one way anna's on saturday because it's all about my schedule it's just a schedule.

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"abrego" Discussed on Escape the Rat Race Radio

Escape the Rat Race Radio

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"abrego" Discussed on Escape the Rat Race Radio

"Five a five minutes senate quiz because you gotta get the brain moving right says aware could you watch something about sale park right where could you read something about selling a magazine excellent here's what's happened so let's say they flip open the magazine and i of course assailing magazines gazillions pictures of beautiful boats beautiful places right and what happens is they open a magazine look at that boat the ocean in all of a sudden they're brain goes ocean hey we'd like the ocean okay that's good in abrego's a look at a boat there's there's people on the boats are a person wait a minute maybe we can do that and so unconsciously would starts to happen is all of these snapped at connection start forming your brain which are in alignment with the dream as opposed to putting up the barrier the dream because we don't want to die and so after three weeks are up i say to them okay how was it not goes amazing i want you let me do more than five minutes strait i i could a satin watch these youtube videos i could afflict the magazine for like an hour every night five minutes will not would've i created for their brain i've created demands the brain is demanding more of that experience as opposed to putting up the wall that says i can deal with that in so slowly over time over the course of like a month and a half you stretch it out from five minutes day right eventually you gifts they laugh when it's out of this research there's it onto the harbour someone should on the docks under no circumstances are you allowed to get on a boat under no circumstances i'm not kidding i am your coach under no circumstances you come back amid some you've got an abode were dot.

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