20 Burst results for "Acapulco"

"acapulco" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

03:38 min | 3 months ago

"acapulco" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

"Even earthquake brayton disrupts fakeness to have the empire say into his microphone. Let quake up the big like that. It would just been just been very surreal. Yeah i think it was the play. The when he was paying team says a massive light fighter. J. going policy. He must be like. I know when i played tennis. Talk guys i mean what's next hailstorm over southern or tornado as yeah these natural has its going on. But i'm yet so we wanted to to buy now joel. Let's let's go to different constant different ornament another five hundred event for the men and this was an interesting f n because i think i think we will find all that. They were expected to require to the aslan corrosive versus lloyd harris and yeah as lang karassev hayes. Incredible season is carrying all australian. Even semifinalist now. Atp tight list He came through against north rs. Six three six to his first career title. I'm pretty decent. Want to start off with an hundred five hundred bed. He's now going to be in the top thirty. I can't believe it. i thought his semifinals. But one of which. I know sounds bit harsh. But we've seen that before and maybe maybe it's not maybe it's not. I mean this was a gay. I think in comparison to acapulco this is the complete opposite in terms of the the final we go north harris versus as nine that is a qualifier versus a wild card. Which i think has only happened. I think that was the seventh time as ever happened on the atp tool so you can see that was quite quite rarity into crafts. Have really enjoying good good run. The tolman really baking of that wildcard and yet coming three beat rube levy stopped rube left streak at the semi finals. Beat yanic center as well in the quarterfinals. It was impressive. I think the most impressive about it was you know i. It didn't feel like that's grand slam. Semifinal in australia was fashion the panel though many people thought it. He's really kind of backing up. And you know it's it's just it's just so impressive and the fact that he's done this as a twenty-seven-year-old we have. I think we have players kind of come out and peak early on in their career. We feel like we very rarely see it happen so of languishing or playing at the challenger level for x. number reviews and then making the big breakthrough but crisis seems to be one of these individuals in these really making the most of it may have been. Yeah it's it's really very impressive very refreshing as well because like you said. It doesn't happen very often. It's just is really nice like genuinely nice to see someone just on a really good reform and you know he's fifteen and oh against plays ranked outside the top four and he's only lost two matches this whole this whole season. So i mean is he one of. He's one to watch us. Suppose a in going into miami them out. Basically nut full our. He's he's a dose quantity now but he's also an unknown quantity and i think what's kind of giving him an advantage at the moment is the factor. Because he's kind of burst on. I don't think a lot of the players. He's coming up against really how to play his game. Just kind of watching me to play closer to the baseline he i think he hits a very kind of.

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Apple Working on Six Mini-LED Products

Daily Tech News Show

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Apple Working on Six Mini-LED Products

"Minke quos and a note to investors saying that his sources indicate that apple has six products coming this year and next year. That will use mini. Led's those products include twelve point nine inch ipad pro a twenty seven inch Matt. I'M ACAPULCO A fourteen point one inch macbook pro a sixteen inch macbook pro at ten point two inch IPADS and seven point nine inch. I've had many many smaller. So they can use more back. Lights controlled local demand better and deliver improved CONTRAST BRIGHTNESS AND BLACK

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Winfrey chooses the novel "American Dirt" for her book club

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Winfrey chooses the novel "American Dirt" for her book club

"Oprah's new pick for her book club is one of the most anticipated novels of the year American dirt is the story of a bookstore owner in Acapulco who loses much of her family to a blood thirsty drug cartel and heads north on a journey with her eight year old son I always knew that I wanted to write about immigration Jeanine Commons who has ancestors from Ireland and Porter Rico is the author I resisted for a very long time telling the story from a migrants find of you because I was worried that I that I didn't know enough that my privilege would make me buying to certain truths she spent a lot of time in Mexico doing research she says she hopes she serves as a bridge to narrow the immigration

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"acapulco" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"acapulco" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"I forgot I got sick in Acapulco so many people go to Mexico and and get what they call the Tories to us and this is well your battles not being able to hold together it's lovely I must say they give you a little bit the charcoal to take to to feel better so you basically got a little taste a parasite that your body wasn't used to dealing with right I I don't there's no diagnosis they said the Therese does take these black pills anyway it's a it's it's balance of nature dot com coupon code F. T. L. let's go to the phones got Travis calling in from looks like Michigan Travis your own free talk live how you doing tonight well okay I I imagine I don't and I don't know whatever makes you happy but go ahead okay do this briefly well the Chinese history the fourteenth and fifteenth at Intel under like pure communism collapsed the farming and Canada million on diagnose leader that okay man I forget what his name was but she even brought in free markets and then they started actually eating and not in that now I know that the way they are terrible and down the getting better but it it it's better than it was before if I I mean time exploit Africa once you can explore exploit China is what I understand is exploiting African **** right right answers and so the next content to China's going using the systems that they learned by watching the United States to go ahead and put all kinds of of the the satellite states in Southeast Asia under their control now they're moving off to Africa go ahead Travis on what is it okay to learn I want to talk about that I whistle blower okay I can't say I know everything about this I've been watching it looks like the evidence is piling up against trump but I don't even believe the media when it comes to trump because I think they're most of reporters just so mad at trump they're looking for something to go after him on so I'm I'm curious about all of it but not curious enough to read a bunch of it is not even journalists and night any cable news network mainstream of their their little the actors reading teleprompters best I can tell I mean they're only really unless you're gonna find is his are you know art are are the individuals who are doing it from like Alucard owski for example you know he's a real journalists is just none of our main street in mainstream because there's just an agenda antigen does war and and divide in war and divide in cell vaccines to well I'm I'm looking at my desk I mean the moment that Hillary lost the election she claimed that Russians were hacking the locks on the list as well Russian hacking looks like at a Russian guy Schering approach from me yeah on some Americans die that's about it that's what he's talking about I just think it's totally up to her I think it's absurd to and now why shouldn't Russians be able to buy advertising on Facebook that Americans see it seems absolutely insane to me Israeli idea that somehow the United States hasn't been hacking everybody else's elections for decades absolutely ridiculous a little bit of medicine coming back to the United States to me sounds like fairness and yeah I realize that Hillary lost by a hair's breadth but I mean she's coming out of one of the more successful administrations in my lifetime so why couldn't she win maybe it's because she's just one of those distasteful people in America maybe it's got stacked the you know and I don't know if you do it I can't make the statement I don't think she needed to cheat I think she stacked the deck ahead of time and the cheating never had to occur but it did cheating happen with the DNC and basically knocking burning out of it back then and then Sir I'm pretty sure that Bernie was very much quartz into you know supporting our giving support for Hillary however they do that but I certainly bound right tour as quick as he could yeah ran out bought another house well Hillary Hillary by the Graham by the you know right now yes I'm sure she had that money before they released and she was just taken her hat just let the let out I got a campaign because if you look she was out given speeches to like sixty seventy people or bank executives and trunks was planet is that one twenty five thousand people every time today it was amazing is that trump was paying people to come you know giving out huge spreads of food for people to come here in New Hampshire and then some day one day it just took off and I don't know why I don't know how or what happened but yeah absolutely Hillary had the money behind her the big the big pocket books and and that's what it took to keep going so I don't know I'm curious as to what's going to happen with trump if my more or less it all comes down the economy if the economy is good yeah on in November of twenty twenty trump gets reelected if the economy sucks in November twenty twenty because trump messed with the market by throwing terror of sin lord pushing the fed to our drop interest rates more to create more whatever the case may be you know for any then that's the way it is it's going to be his kids it's going to be foca harness sit in the the white Warren I can't stand her that's Hillary tomorrow thanks for the call Travis eight five five four five zero three seven three three I I think that Elizabeth Warren's more likable but you were like Bernie Sanders than she is like Hillary Clinton and she's bought by all the biggest Abbas Manson is just the long hi she vote for Senate in Massachusetts he had like the best smear campaigns about her and dug out all kinds of dirt you know those for real Indian vote for real the city Roxbury give them a ton a big hard time about having a tractor trailer truck is that what we're really in the end and his name Sheila for Senate on it yeah Blatt last time around yeah but at the trump rally I went to Manchester a few months ago I could not believe the wide diverse city I mean working class people suit and tie people colored people white people women.

"acapulco" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"acapulco" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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"acapulco" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"acapulco" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Well, what a week of tennis. We have just enjoyed and Catherine Whitaker myself, David Laura here to talk about it here on the tennis podcast. I mean, most importantly of all Casteran, I got my first ever set against Solihull Simon. But enough of that, we'll we'll get onto that in a little while because obviously, that's what people really want. But we'll we'll first of all I think talk about Nick us winning Acapulco before that will talk about Roger Federer getting his one hundred eighty and grand slam title in total one hundred titles in all over the last eighteen years of an extraordinary to thing. We'll be talking about all of that. Because it really has been the most fantastic week of of tennis to eighty five hundred events going on at the same time, a women's have internet Caputo Cho to slightly lower level that won't but just stories galore coming out of Dubai and Acapulco festival, Catherine a very huge, congratulations forgetting the opportunity present Amazon prime video. Coverage from Indian Wells and the rest of the year. It's coming up. You packed ready to go. You've got your electric toothbrush packed. She's just been telling me about it. How exciting thanks very much. David have bumped Roger Federer's hundreds down the pecking order. Well, you know, I'm biased on this show. What can I say? He's just having a winds t about how annoying I find it there. There are certain things that you Compaq until the loss minutes. I mean, the ultimate I bow problem. But it irritates me so much. I'm before people say, oh, you just get second toothbrush. I feel like it's too decadent to have to sexy electric toothbrushes warn. You get seized the fee weeks years to this. You know? Anyway, I digress. The one worn excellence electric toothbrush. But I contract it into seven. I am tomorrow morning and not really annoying me. It will coups may to lease sleep tonight. But apart from that, minor minor annoyance. Yes, I'm very excited and very delighted. Cattrall began there for the full duration of indie wells, presenting prime videos coverage alongside people like Sam Smith and Daniela Hantuchova peci and Nick Lester, Robbie Koenig and beginning somebody. I can't remember Greg set scape. Sorry, Greg you listen. But anyway. Nive now, he'll be it'll be listening saving it for the plane. Kathleen. Yes. Say she'll be there in in Indian Wells, presenting the coverage in the UK, if you're not in the UK about, you know, we'll we'll tell you the best hits. And we'll we'll also we'll also do regularly. And then I was great. Yeah. Let's just leave it at that fun. I guy without say, right? This this this week of tennis. It's it's just been so full of incident storylines, incredible tennis drama controversy, and yet and only the the kind of good bits of that of really happened to Roger Federer haven't they sweet because just as I predicted in the newsletter that we put out and we put a prediction in every week newsletter. Russia federal is one hundred eighty singles title, say HP, it's not just because it includes grand slams. But well. Well, ATP ratified induce. But it is what festival the chievements itself the title. He won. He started..

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"acapulco" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"acapulco" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"More. As of yesterday, there are no local police officers left to patrol the streets in Acapulco Mexico. They are not on strike the entire police force was rounded up and disarmed by marines. All of the city. Seven hundred officers are under investigation for possible links to criminal gangs to commanders have been arrested on suspicion of murder. David Luneau is the Latin America editor for the Wall Street Journal. He recently returned from poco where he was documenting the violence and crime. We reached him in Mexico City, David, how do you go about shutting down and disarming an entire police force of seven hundred people to get question, it takes the army and the and the federal police that usually do these kinds of operations at a change of shift. So they can get the cops that are coming off their shift and all the ones coming on their shift. And they basically stormed a different police at quarters around the city. They take away everyone's guns. They take away their cellphones to be less the gated and they send most of them to the state police academy ISA have lie detector tests and other kinds of setting for seizures. And in this case, they took cheaply commanders and the head of the police force to detention basically to the green therapy to being charge. With murder. Thanks. Morgan is crime and police chief as being held or now? No formal charges brought yet against student. And so did they have any warning at all this raid was going to happen? No, don't he's rates happened from time to time different parts of go the city of Eric crews on the Gulf Coast also had something similar happen a few years ago. Usually it's when situation is just really out of control like Cuco murders rising. Lots of an instance locally are just completely overwhelmed, complicit and off different local gangs, basically use local cops as soldiers as lookouts as killers for hire. So in many ways, federal government seem that it's better not to have this base in some of these to happen there. And now any sense of the extent of corruption within the police force in Acapulco? Well, one sense would be that a local congressman complaints. Months ago that the head of the police force knocks it on AOL is lie detector tests. Those tests are carried out by the federal government state governments, and their results are kept secret. This congress and says, he saw the result at the police chief had hail, Mary likely is fine. And he was still on the job about three years ago. Most of those police officers were taken for testing and he healthy majority. I'd say the vast majority failed their tests as well. They went on strike most of them kept their jobs. So when I was there, I spoke to a seventeen year veteran force quit and discuss last year. And he said, most of the force is corrupted by one gang or another often to time, and that there was actually a local police commander he said was, was a member of organized, wasn't even on the roles, but he was a commander and had seventeen men under his watch. Who will conduct this investigation. Because as we know when there are challenges to these, these highly structured very powerful gangs that they there are many threats. I mean, there's it's quite frightening to try and probe the levels of corruption and crime within a ring like this. So who's going to do it? That's very good question. I think it'll be sort of a joint effort between each state government which itself isn't very strong. Also, Boehner -able to corruption. Morgan is crime and marines. The Mexican navy. The cost scale has starvation country as most effective force. It's the one that works most closely with the US. It's one that has the most of military intelligence, and it's the one that does sort of the heavy lifting whenever there's a thing operation to be carried out against the parcels, so they, they're tall, they will be doing it likely coordinating with the US. And seeing what comes up. It usually comes up. A lot of these cities are off we sports than adding..

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Rains from Tropical Storm Carlotta pound Mexico's coast

All Things Considered

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Rains from Tropical Storm Carlotta pound Mexico's coast

"Republicans plan to meet with president trump next week on immigration legislation this according to a house gop leadership aid who tells npr the meeting scheduled for tuesday it comes after the president caused confusion among republican lawmakers friday when he said on a fox news interview that he wouldn't support a compromise bill the houses working on two bills the compromise one and a more conservative one that trump said he would support late last night the white house released a statement saying trump supported both immigration proposals and that the house plans to vote on them on thursday in germany chancellor angela merkel is standing her ground in a dispute about immigration with her interior minister as we nicholson reports there are serious concerns the political standoff could herald the collapse of the government johnson and michael has reiterated her view that mass migration is a european challenge and that germany's immigration policy must take the rest of europe into account this view is not shared by her interior minister horst seehofer who is demanding that asylumseekers already registered in other countries be turned away at germany's borders seehofer who is a member of the cs you the christian democrats bavarian sister party has threatened to go above michael's head and implemented border checks without her approval such a move would not only undermine the ease shannon open border treaty which has the german press remarks it could seriously damage michael's authority and potentially see the end of a seventy year alliance between the two conservative parties and with it the end of markle's three month old coalition for npr news i must musical sin in berlin the third named storm of the pacific hurricane season is dumping heavy rain on mexico south coast southeast of acapulco tropical storm carlotta is expected to make landfall late tonight or early tomorrow morning forecasters say the storm is expected to bring three to six inches of rain with up to ten inches of rain possible in spots the national hurricane center in miami says the storm has maximum sustained winds of sixty miles an hour but no significant change in strength is expected before landfall flash flooding and mudslides are also possible this is npr from k q e news i'm jeremy siegel the.

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"acapulco" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"acapulco" Discussed on Latino USA

"Earning it involves some graphic violence so you might not want children to here and also heads up that there is some sensitive language in this episode australia's case has been reported on pretty extensively but we were given an exclusive by australia herself her account of what happened in her voice hasn't been heard until now so when we meet her for the first time we're at this jail facility in downtown el paso you can hear the guards removing our shock goals is three is wearing one of those black and white striped prison outfits she's thirty five years old she grew up in acapulco in mexico when she was a teenager she basically called herself a gay boy but really from her earliest memories she says she always identified privately as a woman and almost immediately when we started talking as three it becomes really emotional as soon as she starts talking about her struggles with her sexuality as a young person in mexico almost cutting ceremony one zero seven how does one stop being gay stray asks how can you rip that from inside your body she says i don't wanna be man i never wanted to be a man i've always wanted to be a woman get either but it nuke nuke a little little you get there growing up in mexico her mom were two jobs as a nurse she was raised mostly by her grandmother and as a teenager she had a boyfriend grandmother found out about it and she said she her her mom came home crying one day she remembers fearing for child's life but be.

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"acapulco" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"acapulco" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Mariachi mayo under husband hey paramedics in a violent city they're on their way to a crime scene in acapulco amounts been short maybe they can save him yes maria asks the police for access to the boy but they're cordoning off the area and say it's too late anyway demands dead gang violence is endemic here there have been more than three hundred murders so far this year in caputo cho and mariela and whole hey have attended many of those crime scenes trained to save lives they all too often are just counting bodies and it's when mariela is alone with her thoughts that she struggles to cope it's so intense i go to work today but i don't know if i'll get back home to see my baby again so that really gets me my baby several thing some colleagues go to work and the you never come back home so now every time i leave the house i tell my family that i love them and i kissed him and hugged them because maybe tomorrow i won't be able to tell them that again another on the front line of kapoor's gang wars is louise's flora's he works for the local mall because a body collector and he's on a job he eventually pulls over in a residential neighborhood and dumped on the side of the street is a body surrounded by bags of rubbish he's been tortured and his throat has been slit before his body was dumped.

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"acapulco" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"acapulco" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Mariachi mayo under husband hey paramedics in a violent city they're on their way to a crime scene in acapulco amounts been short maybe they can save him yes maria asks the police for access to the boy but they're cordoning off the area and say it's too late anyway demands dead gang violence is endemic here there have been more than three hundred murders so far this year in caputo cho and mariela and whole hey have attended many of those crime scenes trained to save lives they all too often are just counting bodies and it's when mariela is alone with her thoughts that she struggles to cope it's so intense i go to work today but i don't know if i'll get back home to see my baby again so that really gets me my baby several thing some colleagues go to work and the you never come back home so now every time i leave the house i tell my family that i love them and i kissed him and hugged them because maybe tomorrow i won't be able to tell them that again another on the front line of kapoor's gang wars is louise's flora's he works for the local mall because a body collector and he's on a job he eventually pulls over in a residential neighborhood and dumped on the side of the street is a body surrounded by bags of rubbish he's been tortured and his throat has been slit before his body was dumped.

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"acapulco" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"acapulco" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Finding out she gave a thorndike's which raises a lot of eyebrows people started asking well are you involved in this too so i don't know what kind of conversation deal negotiation happened but maurice dunlap the suspect in the acapulco joel's joe's attack has been taken in to police custody joining us now in studio our pal abdul gentleman how's it going so last night liberal college professor abdul thank you by the way they need to kill flavor to rubio yogurt that we have of their fabulous dodge for real live professors drink the kale flavored well back home to call them collard greens but yeah so what the hell happened last night everything seemed like it was going to be smooth sailing throughout the afternoon but then as we got close to closing time at the indiana statehouse people started pointing fingers things didn't get done what went down well kennedy started actually believe it or not not yesterday but the day before yesterday about toussaint about three o'clock the senate had basically adjourned for the day and house republicans say that's sort of what sort of set things off because it's so that's a major bills they had to get through to to go through both chambers and get some things worked out now the senate republicans they said no we yeah we you're right we were here but we still had our people working on these major bills on things like no school safety and a few other items like deals with tax credits and some other things were the big things that didn't get done.

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"acapulco" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"acapulco" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

"Did you find out what was oregon to yeah maybe you don't say not going to say it could spell amac is i'll tell tell you after appearing the mic is there you could definitely your that w theater mike yeah let me let me let me covers micro quick yeah i'm going and dads they'll never hear that one now um okay i got it so some dude first of all really weird youtube channel guy and like his mid 40s does like investigative reporting on his own he goes to cancun is basically like his claim is that uh the cartel activity is getting so bad in cancun that is going to turn it into acapulco eventually and like acapulco used to be what cancun is and now it's just like it is no like it's completely unsafe a at like all the police were paid off people like there's like he got there within days of him getting their three fourteen year old boys and their father were shot in the head yeah and then like he just went too that scene and like he like they show part of that i will first of all in florida this is on youtube but he shows it like these kids just shot the fuck up and he's like i've been here for three days and i've discovered three separate homicides you can't sorry visit the drummer gone off belo's at we can't hear no rice um can we not out while this i'm like nervous that lie i will does acapulco is lacking no i know but like even just talking about voting cartel and like what they're doing i just like i don't wanna even earned mitioukov was obscured the sit at acoteias.

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"acapulco" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"acapulco" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"How did ally last year i'll take their factors into the equation but acapulco that a giant situation and the giants look bad last year say which won't audio beckham is out so we get it everything starts to erode boone dane they didn't look like much of the nfl team themselves i just think that you could fix it but you're talking to a guy who roses hand in and say hey i'll go to colombo you you go about it i think unusually your your you choose a path that is not okay i want to get started on third base you wanna know around the whole family let's go round not a park home rose i'm run i'm ready but you know what colombia owen 44 longest losing streak in insead aa history i'm not taken all this credit but we walked out of their second in league eight wins eight into like we went from this team oriented every year to eight to like i'm believing in that process but it takes a few guys to make you special and they got a couple owner talented i'm going to russia's general manager regional speaker something goes into it worries easy is all that somebody would have stumbled and they're they're your your perspective an outlook is unusual but it's not singular there has to have been somebody else that goes awry higher and had those same thoughts and feelings and motivations and they can't win a damn game what they guy new coach are huge acts of quarterback whisper but he's only one one game you got ta haley up in that sucker now you got greg williams up in there and you got these player sprinkled in there and you got to the first four picks.

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"acapulco" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"acapulco" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Going to be broadcasting from acapulco mexico at the fourth annual anarchy polko it's going to be my second i had the privilege of going this last year 2017 and it was really a great event they had all kinds of great speakers this year there upping the speaker level to the maximum because you really can't top ron paul and they got ron paul in 2018 by the way ron paul the same ron paul who ran for president in 1988 two thousand eight and again in 2012 that ron paul the very same one who signed the shire society declaration this toward the end of 2017 that's the guy who's going to be speaking as the keynote address at an arc of polko february 15th through the eighteenth that's when it's happening we'll be there g edward griffin's going to be speaking jeffrey tucker roger veer larkin rose jeff berwick bruce then breadth an odd julia taransky dana martin one gulf adam co cash karrie webb ler did he had like a and sterling liu hand man that's a great speakers list and it lee it also reads as like a guest list on free talk laugh because we talked to all those people almost almost all of them get over the years warrior you're in mexico enjoy between like all the fun in the the speakers in the bitcoin in the too much ioi sca with the jaguar they add nine the boa constrictor or whatever the thing that they're doing could yutaka julia taransky until she's the couldn't touch these looked great oh yeah under on my show she's an amazing uh know member of the critical unity and look what she does that their canada and mike the work she said in a shooting canada here's not pushing cryptocurrencies in russia for year us cool and the whole uh we need more female cryptocurrency advocates which is why i'm glad to see the cryptocurrency girls so you'll see me wear some of the tshirts that promote the stuff that she does i always by her stuff but you're not pretty fast on the odds definitely not his party's greybeard though yeah give you that also at the event music live tunes from jordan page backwards rob hustle and more you don't wanna miss it february fifteen through the eighteenth it's actually surprisingly affordable to go to this thing because the hotel's even though it's like on the beach really really.

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"acapulco" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"acapulco" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Nah i think that's why i made my list because it does seem like as a one of a controversial really does with martin all right number three here you are this has to be a cult hit acapulco cargo right they say oh toko why number three martin and especially the bubble the others a lotta animation have and you lose to i do it it's it's interesting because this year started out we me he say in mechanism be cashed year for animation given it all came together very in but first so many i one of the things i loved about this was how often vantic it was even before we got to lander the did just in the opening just seeing the the miguel his family and the way they lived in hills like man you would not think they would pay this much attention to detail not to the details just around the city who who but just the way everybody interacted with each other yeah am i thought even even in the beginning i thought if they leave it just here i'm good with this because they wanted a great job with it yet but they had so much more planned air from the beginning where they talk so much family family family nosing jesus family as best we y'all iin down with this by the end i was like i get it all you only get it and i love a movie that will take something that i don't care about adult like and by the in sell me on it yeah yeah i think this was pretty harmless to might have been around there maybe number four a belief from me but yes and it's really good film and there's another one that a lot of people look movie may money and critics praised at all round dotted all a lotta topped him list though on awad thought as one of the one of the ah just over all just yeah but you know why why is this a prejudice against animated film would yeah there's that too but really is a sparse storytelling goals.

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"acapulco" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"acapulco" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"I think we pretty much covered in the show about an archipelago so definitely use a coupon code crypto uh but if he can't make down here get on down to miami for the north american bitcoin conference and that crypt it's going to be excuse me crypto shows is that coupon codes save yourself some money for that if you want to go to the miami bitcoin conference on january seventeen th and eighteen than miami as the north american bitcoin conference go check that out second hour of the character show and i'm your host of course chris in my other or your other host danny is in acapulco which have per work at his place buroric is our guest in case you're just tuning in an we've been talking about an go the upcoming world's first and greatest enter capitalist conference in february in the we are expecting up to twelve hundred people it could sell out this year and that's an incredible amount of growth growth only seeded by the likes of cryptocurrencies it seems like with the the money the crypto people have right now uh in it's eight hundred it also knew i wouldn't up oh yeah especially insofar as monies ever been an issue for anyone coming i mean for a lot of people not so much this year so i agree with you and then it's just been so much flying in so interesting the past three years in word of mouth has been so strong i mean no wonder the so many people going this year uh we'll go where things against about the conference uh these are the princess hotel is where the conference is that it's going to be on the beach um is it a pretty nice hotel are a lot of people are gonna be staying who are attending the conference would you recommend staying there oh yeah absolutely makes total sense to stay at the conference that so it's a very nice hotel it's a biscuit fivestar hotel i go there all the time to the spa myself as a beautiful spots his glorious it's beautiful place rate on the beach so there'd be really no reason not to stay at that hotel the only reason that you might not want to use if you're one of these bitcoin billionaires now you wanna go stay at a place like the banyan tree hotel which is like two thousand dollars a night for your own.

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"acapulco" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"acapulco" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"This year so it's going to be very interesting and then the be bark pass he'll be doing his uh event after an arc of boko and dana martin will be doing her peaceful parenting and unschooled link family camp for a couple of days afterwards anders on prevented things as well i don't even know what i would think one interesting thing and this is a uh we talked about nathan freeman uh earlier he runs the conference he's going to uh do another wedding with his wife lisa who just recently had uh a completely undocumented own birth here in acapulco for the third child i l when they got married i guess said this is what an a nathan told me a number of years ago they didn't have much of a wedding because of their family histories worthy of his total chaos in divorce in their family so they've just assumed that they were going to have a horrible who marriage and get divorced the few years and that but they set forth together for let's say ten years whatever the amount of years was we'll have a real wedding and so i guess they decided that this year the gwent be that swamp february nineteen other going to have with the a lisa inmates big costume sunset wedding which acts i'm not even allowed to tell some of these special musical guests were coming to play but it's actually very wellknown uh big musical guests come to play that not even mentioned that we will have a number of musical guess at an arc of boko jordan page will be coming to speakers first on archipelago boundaries yeah nnor we're going to have a eric july and backwards a coming back again and i we're gone jewelry a year and we're gonna have a lie head lice clay i coming back rob hustle should be coming back the free knocks will be there and i of course i'll be doing my my number one super uh route if i hit of the year two thousand seventeen bitcoin although he apob i'll be doing that as well we're planning a we haven't decided yet but were probably going to do a big concert one night in one of the big discotheques here one of the big nightclubs which has a view of the entire bay and it's really soon.

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"acapulco" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"acapulco" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Judge watson previously blocked the travel ban in march this is npr the labor department will release the latest monthly unemployment report for june in about an hour and a half the current unemployment rate stands at four point three percent the lowest monthly level seen since two thousand one economists believe the unemployment rate stayed the same last month and that about one hundred seventy seven thousand jobs were created a prison riot in acapulco mexico has left twenty eight inmates dead as anne pierce carry con reports the violence involved rival gangs according to get eto state security authorities the fight erupted around four in the morning police were able to regain control of the prison but took a while to find all the deceased inmates bodies were found throughout the prison in a kitchen and in two different cellblocks according to a statement released by prison officials mexican human rights advocates in a national commission found that the country's prisons are grossly overcrowded with insufficient staff and following unsafe procedures a recent survey of one hundred ninety mexican prisons and jails showed that most contain areas controlled by prisoners and are full of contraband the state of good at or whether the oncefamous resort city vodka pulled go is located have both been plagued by high levels of violence carrie con npr news mexico city the us air force says to you as bomber planes flew over the east china sea on thursday they were joined by military jets from japan the us says the flights with japan show the solidarity between the two countries the area is disputed the us says these are international waters while china has claimed control over the east china sea.

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"acapulco" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"acapulco" Discussed on Gastropod

"And that's good of the a perception that's repeated quite often by many of the explorers they can find this thing that the indians grow and that the that taste like a hazelnut so basically peanuts where enough like something the europeans already knew from back home that they embraced it with open mouths and the pena had some other important benefits to a seagoing people when they're dryden roasted peanuts keep for a really long time and they're an amazing source of protein and their delicious which all makes them an amazing food to take on long sea voyages the fattush peanuts where to asia on our gaillon had failed between acapulco and manila between fifty sixty five at eighteen fifteen the portuguese took it eased to africa and india from their uh colony in brazil peanuts became popular basically wherever they went but in western africa they really caught on because pretty much the only other plant the grows like a peanut with this weird flower above ground fruit below thing is an african plant called the bam barak groundnut so africans would have had experience hillary voice something similar they grow the same but they don't exactly taste the same no linking a kind of almost slightly sweet the bond argonne doesn't have that it it is conflict eating like a p r of the in something like that although you eat them the same way lake lists a boiled sold or like roasted peanuts have other advantages not just that they're sweeter and more not liked less bini they have a higher oil content and peanut plants produce more nuts than bombard groundnuts do so peanuts became all the rage in west africa and from there they made their way back across the atlantic to the united states.

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