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Human Resources vs. Tech : Rules of Engagement & Realm of Influence
"Very recently. I had a conversation with a colleague about technology versus human resources which is more London different schools of thought the advent of technology in today's professional and personal life in general the rules of engagement and the realm of influence varies between people the human resources that power any organization in the technology it uses it's the people human resources that are the most important asset of any organization that is what I believe. It is these associates, employees, contractors, and those engaged in various capacities that tone the wheels of an organization every single day in the direction of it's aspirational emission. These associates come together in various roles, manning several functions that together create the structure of the organization. The roles and responsibilities of such associates oftentimes are overlapping and most definitely closely intertwined to form the fabric of the organization and yes, technology has its place in any organization, but it's up to the human force behind it to enable it. That is where rules of engagement and the sphere of influence come into play rules of engagement very for every role within an organization. And are based on the core responsibilities of each of those roles toward the organization. Job. Description. Lisa. Framework of expectations from a role and its associated responsibilities as well as expectations from the incumbent who fills that role. However rules of engagement are unique and he will based on several factors, the role and it's connectivity to other roles as well as the or arching organization are crucial. But. What makes it unique is the personalities occupying these roles Every person is unique and is a sum total of their experiences at any given point of time in their life. The understanding of the role, the responsibilities that come with it an interpersonal dynamics are unique as well. The interpretation of this by the people occupying those roles has an impact on the framework of rules of engagement. They engage act based on all that they're influenced by. In order to succeed in a role, it's a given that one has to have the clarity of vision of their roles, expectations and responsibilities but more. Importantly, they need to develop a keen insight into the unique organizational dynamics at play and learn to shave their transactions accordingly to the benefit of what they are set out to achieve as a part of their role with an eye on the big picture mission of the organization. This helps them maneuver vel in reaching their professional as well as personal goals. Rules of engagement and the realm of roles influence Aldo have a rough framework there extended expanded and emphatically executed by the unique personalities occupying these roles. The incumbents unique understanding an engagement with these rules. which predominantly is influenced by the personalities, shape the fluidity and flexibility of a rolls influence it is for this reason that several factors are looked at when recruiting people to occupy rules it's never just about the role that is wicked. It's also about organizational fit beyond that. It's the organic evolution of Darwinism within the organization evolution by natural selection. So the debate and discussion around human resources was technology I believe stance invalid no doubt. Human resources are the most important asset of any organization but it is day that create run and maintain the technologies of today and tomorrow.
Kansas voters overwhelmingly pick Navajo woman for House seat
"This? Is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez voters in. Tuesday's Kansas primary elected a Navajo woman for the Democratic nomination for the Kansas State House of Representatives district ten Rondo of Aldo has more Christina has would twenty six years old is set to become the third native American and youngest member in the Kansas legislature as the race will be uncontested in the general election three other. Native women and Kansas all won their primaries. Tuesday has what graduated from both Haskell Indian nations university and the University of Kansas and felt her presence was needed to represent everyone in Douglas County which includes Lawrence Kansas a lot of these issues that happen at our level. The people don't really experience this particularly like me I've grown up in not the best neighborhoods I've grown up on like wick in section eight housing reduced lunch programs, even tribal clothing from nation living here, and I don't really hear that much stories of like like that this wasn't like fifty years ago. This is pretty recent And just seeing that type. I WANNA see that type of representation statehouse and And I I believe I'm qualified to do this. Believe our voices I'm voice that you know a lot of us feel like that wasn't her being heard of and I hope I can bring that to the State House. has would one unofficially with two thousand, two, hundred, thirty, nine votes compared to Brandon Holland five, hundred, five votes and AJ Stevens. Four hundred fifty, five votes. This is Rhonda Nevada for National Native News. Native American US congresswoman cherise. David's was unopposed for the Democratic nomination for the Kansas Third District seat. She'll face Amanda Adkins November who in the Republican race Tuesday. The American Indian Graduate Center has received a twenty million dollar donation from writer Mackenzie Scott ex wife of Amazon's at CEO Christine Trudeau reports the American Indian Graduate Center or AIG see received an unprecedented twenty million dollar individual donation of unrestricted funds from Mackenzie Scott. Scott. said in a recent announcement tweet that the contributions following up on a commitment she made last year to give away a majority of her wealth in her lifetime she continued in opposed to be a medium that of the nonprofits elected that quote every one of them is telling complex challenges that will require sustained effort over many years while simultaneously addressing consequences of the Covid nineteen pandemic AFDC Executive Director Angelique Albert we are just a mess like. To be a recipient of this incredible generosity really honored that she's just trusting us to do the work that promotes equity and justice in our in our society. At the time she says, students were hit hard last spring enough for the organization to create a designated Student Emergency Fund that started in. March. So far the additional fund has distributed over two hundred thousand dollars to Aggie students emergency needs because of the pandemic. Cova fill impacting our communities and our students have a hard time. They still are having a hard time. So going back to school has created additional challenges because some universities are doing remote but some are not heading into the fall semester. Albert says funds will address student needs covering housing utility bill, and household item costs along with technology access. Scott's donation is the largest individual donor gift in unrestricted funds over Aig sees fifty year history the solutions journalism network who funds this reporting was also included in Scott's nonprofit donations. I'm Christine Trudeau and demand Honiara
Damaged human lungs revived for transplant by connecting them to a pig
"Human lungs deemed too damaged for transplantation could be revitalized by hooked him up to the circulatory system of living peak. A team of researchers collected five human lungs had been judged unsuitable for transplantation because of acute damage, then off the dosing, five pigs with immunosuppressant drugs and the component of Cobra. Venom used to stop the pigs immune system from attacking the lungs. They connected the opens to the jugular veins of the animals. Twenty four hours later examine the lungs and found the structure and function improved enough to make them suitable for transplantation. Aldo yet human trials. Team hopes that this method could be used to make more healthy lungs available for transplant and cut the time. People spend waiting for an organ.
UFC featherweight champ defends title in split decision
"I Will Fight Island was officially christened tonight for the UFC in Abu. Dhabi there was no baptism to be had in the main event of UFC two fifty one. What's going on everybody? Welcome to the official. You have to fifty one post fight. Show here on, May, finding dot com I'm Mike Heck location this week from Boston Massachusetts visiting the parents this weekend. That is Jose Jose. Main Event Kamara, who's been retains a welterweight title against Whore Mazal. Challenger looked pretty darn good in that first round. I'm pretty surprised that judges gave in that first round, but it was the much fresher champion that was able to sort of chip away at the always game, or hey mazda throughout the fire Ab. Fresher champion but Komo. Zeman was basically been in camps since beginning of this year, despite was like Ben Booked and booked in both supposed to fight earlier this by giving burns, and also muzzle steps in, so yes, he's finally fresher because he he's had the full camp and everything but I think Kamara wasn't one hundred percent in that fight, either considering this long extended, Feick at Ala, similar to twenty Ferguson with all these these these fights falling apart, but Kamara who's been one nonetheless, might not have been the most exciting fight. I saw a couple of tweets complaining about the fight and I really take that. I felt it was a lot of fans that were on this very muzzle hype train. He's on the video game cover on this baptism round the resurrection Super Necessary Punches bef tile, and that they were expecting violence, even mice I myself said fight between WHO's minimize well probably has a higher chance of ending in a violent way, but it did not come out who's been one I had them winning all five rounds the first round I guess. Didn't really matter to me. Who won that? I still come who's been what at least four of the rounds comfortably? The people complain about. The foot stopped the wrestling the headbutts. That stuff will come out. Who's been did what he had to do to win. That's exactly why I thought he would. Take, her might as well because all the time Mazal taking this fight on short notice. Kamara also took this fire. On short notice gets an extra a completely different fighter between Gilbert Burns as well. It's completely rechange leftist camp Had his new trevor wittman is corn for the first time fighting the guy all this bad blood is in the air all the pressures on him, and perform a like we ourselves, said all the pressures on who's Madonna not not a whole lot on Mazal, but at the end of the day. Who's been doing what he had to do? I didn't have a problem with the way fought. Might not have been the most exciting, but if I was going to pick up, predict away whose men would pull this off. This is exactly how I thought he would do it. Yeah, when you get a fight like this and you have a guy as hot as MAS. Bat brings in a lot of the casual fan base. Does your watch? As many events as we watch, and some of the hardcore fans watch everything so most people expected this fight to go exactly that way I thought the first row was going to be the most interesting round, obviously, because of Mazda was going to get it done. He's probably going to have to do it in the first five minutes, and this is the fire. We got like Mara. Who's been defends his title. For the second time. It was another classic who's been like performance and he gets a one-sided win and highly anticipated main event so in the end. We like to talk about the overall letter grade, but it felt like just kind of looking at the time slot when we're all said and done. We're getting ready to hit record here. We're just like man this is this is super late like I feel like the card and the whole night in a weird way. Wet Kinda slow did it not. started off really really quickly. Might just. Like I feel like the first few flew by and all of a sudden I had been watching fights for two and a half three hours and I'm like wow, this fight is cars going quickly I like this pace, and then we the main card and Amanda he boss comes in, and just submits patriots immediately i. wish went exactly as I expected, but then there was decision with Rosen on drugs, and then even Yawn Aldo finish, but it was in the fifth round, so there's still basically fought for twenty five minutes, and then we get twenty five minutes, Vulcanology Holloway and then we get twenty five minutes of in Mazda, also of these we've seen. We saw that graphic on the screen like. All the cards are three title fights, and like we used to fourteen had like Woodley Maya in Jones, a cormet and Cyborg Abinger, and then to seventeen to five those had some bangers like like two to seventeen had three epic fights three like violent, like just three of the craziest finishes you'll see. And then, of course to a five, the CONOR McGregor show, and then to seventeen had the DC Jones trilogy, so I think we're a little maybe. We'll. We'll spoiled on these three. These three title fight cars while we're expecting something like that and I loved all all great fights off spectacular fights, but I think a lot of fans are tuning in to see fight island. In the Mazar strain, all these title-fights might have been. A limited. I could see why they might have been little disappointed. I didn't have a problem with it, but probably was the night Dana White wanted in terms of finishes. Yeah, the main event may have disappointed some people but for. The Sake, this is like the best thing that could have happened for the welterweight division like if you're burns. Edwards these guys are pretty happy right now. Especially Gilbert Burns. One hundred percent I mean we. We set it on count after it was on what the heck or or post eyesore produce. All kind of blend together at this point in the summer, but we. We said if Moslem Dole wins. That's going to be a problem for the US's pockets the welterweight division I mean. We were talking about him fighting the bringing the both belts so that the Conor McGregor. The table and all this. Kamara who's been one and it's? It's a no brainer that Gobert burn gets three matches. Suppose he should've been fighting tonight. before covid nineteen October, nineteen. That's applaud the car, so yeah, for all the way division, and the the the martial art fans of the world that don't like quote unquote. Holding divisions I think that's a good thing, but I. Honestly I love chaos at Moscow had one I. Think I, think it would have been fun time in the world of May. And Mazda all. Let's be clear. We all know this. He was the a side heading into this fight. He's the reason. There was a lot of buzz and a lot of fanfare when you had a guy like game bread in the street that he's on. That's what happens, but a lot of people wanNA know where he goes from here. Because despite losing the fight tonight, he still has a ton of options moving forward. Chaos can still rain in some way Jose. Can you say that again? You cut off quick second. Chaos can rain. For horny Mas at all got about it because he's got so many options moving forward despite the loss tonight. Yeah, I mean Hoy Mazdas. All I'm Kamara. WHO's been himself set like he's GonNa. He's like. He's like he's GonNa. Lose all these like excuses. Bill didn't talk the finance days notice flu costs. The country doesn't have was coach in the gym, covert nineteen this and that so like I. Don't think I of course I think Mazda obviously cooled anytime. You lose. You cool a little bit Conor McGregor and Nadir's, and it's such an insane finish that they run it back, and you have another epic fight like that, but for Mazda all you're obviously going to a little bit but he himself said. Let me, get a couple of wins and they'll run back. I'm sure he want. He would love to five full camp but the Colby College. Is there I? Think that is going to drum up a whole lot of interest I. think people might even be more interested in that fight in the dynamic between those two fires, oarsmen and I think that Kobe Covington already Moslems? Fight does not need a title online. That's just two guys. They hate each other I wanNA break brick on each other's faces. WHO'S MCCANN? Fight Gillard. Leeann, Edwards of course out there, wonder boy thompsons, working his way up Santana, positive I think has covered to so he somewhere out there, so the welterweight division will move, but for now Mazda all. Of course cooled, but he's still I think still the hottest commodity hundred seventy pounds.
Race to Premier League Top 4
"The race to the top of the Premier Li is tight especially for those on the outside, looking in Manchester United in Fifth Spurs in a film meet on. Friday separated by just four points in the table, and as you see Friday's odd, the bookmakers don't see much separation between the two sides, either still with US Danny and Stevie Danny I'll start with you. Spurs getting everybody back, so Kasan Kane and yet before the stoppage, they were dreadful. How much confidence do you have in Marino turnaround? I think the place that you just mentioned comeback. Think shoot for them I think if you look at Hurricane, for example, you know the way the the way the Marino started when he first came in. You know he's. He's the focal point of the team. And what taught him did and what radio likes to do quite often is allow their positions of the ball not worked really well for Tottenham in the. The opening stage hurricane was fit. They would sit deep, and then when they won the Ballpark the likes of Aldo viral song. You know very good on the pole. They would be any press from the opposition on the way to be. That was played the bullets. A hurricane is one of the best send full wits with his back to goal, and then the lights, Dalyell. You started unbelievably well on marine. He was getting close to hurricane. The likes of saw the likes of Lucas Mara, but then not hold dynamic. If the team change hurricane got injured, talk continues to play the same way what they had to play. Believe Lucas Maraven even daily goal. Sean is the man and while I do the pace while they don't have the whole to ability of of Hurricane. So what would happen is the. The the balls were being played very long and delone centerfold would find himself very isolated and he wasn't getting any support from the mid fail, so I think hurricane coming budget changes. The whole dynamics of this team and marina will be grateful. letty sparked, but I think optimistic as well for the rest of the season Stevie, Deli allies suspended that everybody's back from Marino. No excuses now, yeah. Do you know what? That little picture Danny painted of the best bastion of. The problem is is the time we saw the best version of Tottenham you probably going back to the semifinal. Champions League which seems like a million miles away so. They've got talent. Settling when the on the game that a team to be reckoned with, but the factors the haven't been even though the Hudson's under Marino. Hasn't exactly been great to watch. Listen yes, the everybody park, but it's one thing having named John Team Sheet. It's another one to perform so. I'm not quite as confident that is Tottenham. Say can just turn around even though the home and stop perdition, Danny other side of this Manchester United. It's pretty clear obvious question. If Paul POGBA was fit. Do you start them? I do you know I would stop him I think obviously it does get a Chris go in his way, which you can understand some of and I think it's probably the from unites. Oppose the ability that he does have just shown on him. All consistent basis. I think obviously. Since, he's been injured. Does undeserved Don incredibly well? He's hit the ground running and nothing dot can only benefit Paul Paul I. Think one of the situations the much should united of Hardouin Paul Pogba was playing without any any of the playmakers around on the Patriots expects it to do everything. Let's not forget. This is a play. The Golden Moshe sister lunch night. Let season got the most goals from. Last season, and was still criticized and I think when he first came from event as he was seen as a play, there was a box to box midfielder. Now I don't believe Stephen May Disagree, but I don't believe there's such thing. Those box box midfielders because the game is far too quick his faults. A defensive midfield dictate from from DEEPA or you're document midfield during that just thing that now. What happened while can happen is from United's perspective. The biggest problem in recent years has been when teams have played against them in sock united haven't been able to break down the lesser teams. They've got no problems against most of the because the complain the counter attack now the added insensitive, not for months of shines that they have to playmakers in the team, so the opposition midfield can get caught between a rock and hard place. Do they go and stop Pogba with try to stop? Poker will probably be playing deeper. Now than finance than Fernandes in space. If you go stop, stop, Fernandez, then you leave Papa with more space, so it could work out really well for Manchester, united and obviously Chris Rashford coming back as well united. One of you know a few teams that could actually be coming back into this situation stronger than while they finished although they had some outstanding
UFC 'Fight Island' revealed in Abu Dhabi, will host 4 shows
"One I mentioned that fight island. Is, real and it is official. UFC announced the location of the venue and forage. Lie shows on Tuesday including a very deep pay per view car that kicks everything off. Location is indeed Yes island in Abu Dhabi. So much for a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, homeless several. You have see events in the past. You've C. Two fifty. One is going to start the four event month. Fight night events on July Fifteenth Eighteenth and the twenty seventh. So you have C two fifty one. The main car we got Kamara loosen and Gilbert Burns for the welterweight title. alyx Volkogonov ski and Max Holloway to Peter Yawned. Josie Aldo for the vacant bantamweight title and Rose Now, Yunus, who was not fighting as a result of corona virus. She's back to face. Jessica and drudge and also page van Zandt who. I can't believe she's not injure right now. She will be facing, Amanda Rebus so. That's the lineup for the pay per view coming up from fight island first of four shows.
"aldo" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"The roots of Aldo Moro's kidnapping and the social and political chaos of nineteen seventies. Italy lie decades before the actual event they can be found in the successful resistance against Mussolini's fascist regime and the creation of the Italian republic in the wake of World War Two Mussolini's fascist regime had risen out of the turmoil and violence that plagued the Italian peninsula in the early twentieth century. He promised vision of order to counter the chaos and instability but as soon as Mussalini took power it became clear that the fascist way of controlling the country meant persecution imprisonment or death for anyone. Who disagreed with him? It didn't take long for a new anti fascist resistance to take hold and when World War Two broke out the Italian resistance undermine Mussalini from within ultimately helping to liberate their country but the groups that formed the resistance were extremely diverse. They included anarchists. Catholics Marxists and capitalists while they'd been able to put aside their differences when faced with Mussalini their ideological disagreements reappeared in nineteen forty five in the ashes of World War. Two's devastation. They argued about how Italy should be governed by the time. A new constitution was signed in nineteen forty seven deep political divisions had already been formed while these ideologies competed. Italy's nascent. Parliamentary Republic was struggling to rebuild the war-torn country so when the US offered a financial aid package the new government gladly accepted but this decision only increased Italy's political turmoil. The Cold War was beginning to shape global politics instead of siding with the Communists Soviet Union Italy aligned with the capitalist United States. This did not sit well with the Communists and Socialists. Who had fought in the resistance and the remaining fascists weren't happy with the new association either following Mussolini's defeat many of them had stayed in the police and military or joined extreme right-wing parties they hope to wedge their way back into the government even though the majority of the country didn't trust them torn between extremes. Italians were primed for a moderate party. The only option that seemed to walk the line was the center-left Christian Democratic Party. The Christian Democrats blended modern democratic ideals with liberal Catholic values like equality and morality. They weren't inherently capitalist but as Italy's majority party they became associated with capitalism in the minds of both the Italian left and right this shift to a capitalist economy transformed the country from a predominantly agrarian culture to an urban one old ways of life quickly died out causing yet another crisis people from the poor southern regions move to the more prosperous north exacerbating cultural tensions the Sicilian mafia and other criminal organizations expanded their spheres of influence and became more brazen and violent by the late sixties. Italy had once again descended into violent turmoil. Far Left groups were waging war against the status quo the far right one at a return to fascism both sides carried out assassinations robberies and bombings as they struggled for control. Street protests often turned into clashes with the police. The years from the late sixties through the mid nineteen eighties became known as the years of lead named after the countless bullets fired. Then in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy Renato Curcio Margherita goal and Alberto Francis Keaney Three Devout Ideological Marxist Leninist communist in their early twenties established a militant faction called the Red Brigades. Their goal was to conduct class warfare until they could bring about the long-awaited revolution and restore power to the people. The Red Brigades had no intention of waiting around for the Italian Communist Party to gain power in parliament. They viewed cooperation within the existing system as a betrayal of their ideals. Instead they plan to use violence to incite the people to rise up from the start. The Red Brigades firebombed factories kidnapped Fascist maimed. Anyone who spoke out against them and used other violent means to make themselves known they quickly became one of the most prominent examples of radical left wing terrorism in Europe which both further alienated them from the Communist Party and gain the members from among Italy's disenfranchised youth but even as the majority of Italians viewed them as terrorists. The Red Brigades were convinced they were fighting to save their country according to the. Us government report the sociology and Psychology of terrorism. Most terrorists see themselves as fighting for legitimate and noble social causes and don't view their actions as terrorism. This certainly seemed to be the case for the Red Brigades whose ideology told them that they had to fight against the existing class system. Anyone who got in their way or represented. The system was an enemy in this war. In June nineteen seventy four curcio Goal Franceschini approximately seventeen of their comrades kidnapped. Conservative judge Mario Associ- from his home in Genoa in exchange for his release they demanded freedom for eight of their imprisoned. Comrades the Red Brigades threatened to execute judge SOCI- unless the government cooperated the Italian authorities were trapped on principle. They did not negotiate with terrorists plus giving in would mean releasing known criminals back onto the streets but they also couldn't abandon a citizen much less unimportant representative of the law ultimately the decision makers chose not to abandon the judge and agreed to release the prisoners. The Red Brigades saw this as a massive coup. They'd succeeded in bending the government there will it gave them confidence to be even bolder in the future but as the Red Brigades celebrated their imminent victory. Something changed the judge charged with releasing the prisoners. Francesco Coco refused. He couldn't bring himself to let the terrorists win. The Red Brigade leaders were livid at the betrayal and the team holding judge captive argue over what to do one of the most fanatical these comrades a well educated former factory. Worker named Mario Moretti argued that they should execute judge SOCI- but in the end leaders Curcio and Franceschini had the final say. They decided that they could win the PR battle if they released judge SOCI- anyway by letting the judge go unharmed and holding up their end of the bargain. The Red Brigades would look magnanimous and reasonable. While the government would look cowardly and weak but by choosing not to release the prisoners judge. Cocoa had put a target himself two years later in nineteen seventy six. He and his bodyguards were murdered in the street. Outside his home by Mario Moretti and five of his men judge Coco's murder rattled the government that year a number of the Red Brigades leaders including both Curcio and Franceschini were arrested and charged for terrorist activities. While the Italian justice system considered these ringleaders to be criminals the Red Brigades saw them as prisoners of war and it was their job to free their comrades following Curcio and Franceschini arrests the remaining Red Brigade leaders split up. They moved to different regions to make themselves harder for the authorities to find. They built new cells and planned new actions certain that their revolution was close. Though in reality they never had more than several hundred active members. One of the most confident was Mario Moretti. The kidnapper who had advocated for Judge Socio murder in order to avoid arrest. Mario move to Rome in late. Nineteen seventy six there. He organized to sell of equally zealous. Comrades Mario's goal was to strike a death blow to the capitalist. Us controlled government and get the Red Brigade leaders released. He just had to figure out how and time was running out. The ruling Christian Democrats were making overtures to the Italian Communist Party hoping to form a coalition that would give both parties broad governing power. If the Communist Party was neutralized by the establishment moderates on. That would make it almost impossible for the Red Brigades revolution to succeed anytime soon. Mario knew that everything. The Red Brigades had done would go to waste if they didn't stop the coalition and he was ready to do whatever it took coming up. We'll find out how the Red Brigades found their unlikely target now back to the story. By the mid nineteen seventies Italy had been in turmoil or at war for most of the century. The Communist Red Brigade felt sure that they were on the verge of a major victory in their war against the capitalist state led by the moderate Christian Democrats having held a parliamentary majority more or less since nineteen forty-five the Christian Democrats had come to represent everything political extremist hated about the government. They had presided over the industrialization of ancient cities and allowed the US to dictate both domestic and foreign policy. Not to mention there had been countless political corruption scandals and yet the Christian Democratic Party kept getting elected this was largely due to the Italian majorities wariness toward political extremes. The Christian Democrats represented the middle of the road and no one symbolized this moderation more than Aldo Moro born in nineteen sixteen Aldo. Grew up in the southern region of Puglia under Mussolini's fascist regime. His mother was a devout Catholic and Aldo followed in her footsteps and natural scholar. He gravitated towards academia he studied law and ultimately became a professor Aldo was also interested in theology and Catholic philosophy especially as they related to the law and government he developed a liberal interpretation of Catholicism believing deeply in the equality of all people and the necessity of helping others as a result Aldo wasn't comfortable with how the Vatican collaborated with the fascist during World War Two during the war. He teamed up with a number of like minded fellow academics lawyers together. They worked on a series of economic legal and political proposals on how to better govern the country. After Italy was liberated I from Mussalini and then from the Nazis Aldo and his collaborators officially formed their own group. They called it the Christian Democracy party but just as the country was divided. So we're the Christian Democrats Aldo's left wing faction leans socialist in their views irritating the moderates who wanted the party to be more centrist but although earned everyone's respect with his thoughtfulness and circumspection this steadfastness paid off between the late nineteen forties and early sixties. Aldo became one of the most reliable and trusted members of the Party. He was a quiet man who always dark suits and seemed more comfortable as a professor than in the public spotlight if anything he was boring a dedicated public servant happily married with four children. In fact out does lack of interest in being the public figure was part of what made him a good political leader. According to the political philosophers aiming Gutman and Dennis Thompson political campaigning requires a more dogmatic uncompromising mindset. Where's effective governing requires a so-called compromising mindset or willingness to respectfully listen to people with different principles as someone uninterested in campaigning either in public or amongst his colleagues Aldo was naturally more disposed to a compromising mindset even as he was guided by his own core values this ultimately made him a valuable asset to both the Christian Democratic Party and to the Italian government as a whole Aldo began his political career as Italy's under-secretary for foreign affairs before serving as Minister of Justice and then minister of Education. He was elected party secretary to the Christian Democrats in Nineteen fifty-nine and in December nineteen sixty three at forty seven years old Aldo was elected prime minister of Italy. His predecessor had moved to the right and so many of our colleagues looked forward to his more progressive left wing agenda. After all these years behind the scenes he'd finally be able to make some sweeping reforms but Aldo saw how the country was struggling with the postwar changes across Europe radical political movements. Were taking hold. Italians needed stability not dramatic change and so to the frustration of many. He maintained the status quo. He pushed through what social reforms he could. But for most of his five years in office he made small compromises in deals to keep.
"aldo" Discussed on Hostage
"This episode features discussion of kidnapping and violence that some people may find offensive listener. Discretion is advised March sixteenth. Nineteen seventy eight sixty one year old former Prime Minister Aldo. Moro stared in shock at his dead driver and bodyguards. They had been taking him to work when the car was ambushed by armed gunmen. Suddenly the CAR DOOR FLUNG OPEN ALDO. Was lifted out of his seat and dragged across the narrow street. He shouted let me go. What do you want from me? But his captors didn't reply they simply shoved Aldo into one of three waiting.
"aldo" Discussed on Hostage
"I he had to go to church. Much of the country had stepped away from Catholicism in the wake of the Church's collaboration with Mussolini Aldo's faith however had remained his guide as a public servant. They were halfway to the church and had just turned a corner. When Aldo's driver spotted a white car behead? It was turning around in the middle of an intersection al. Those drivers slowly pulled up to the stop. Sign the driver in front of him seemed confused about where they were going. Aldo. Didn't even look up as the car stopped. His driver waited for the woman to finish her turn but she didn't seem able to maneuver her car. Suddenly another car that appeared to be parked bumped into the escort car behind Aldo's Fiat. This pushed it forward into the Fiat which in turn jolted forward bumping into the white car and the intersection. Although looked up from his papers surprised at the jolt just then a man and woman jumped out of the white car at first. It seemed like they were checking the damage from the fender bender but then the pair reached into their car in pulled out machine guns they riddled the front of Aldo's car with bullets simultaneously. More men jumped out of nearby cars to fire on the escort car. Aldo's bodyguard turned in his seat and pushed his bosses head down a split second later. A bullet pierced the body guards heart killing him. Aldo barely knew what was happening as he huddled behind the driver's seat listening to his friends. Being murdered surely. This was all some mistake. Yes Italy was dangerous these days but he couldn't believe someone would come after him. He was trying to make things better. But within a minute. All five of Aldo's guards were dead. Only one of the men in the escort car had even had time to reach for his gun before he was killed when the machine gun stopped. One of the gunmen yanked Aldo's door open and pulled him out. He cried out in shock and asked what on earth they wanted from him. But the gunman didn't reply he just pushed Aldo into a waiting vehicle and climbed in after him then. They took off leaving behind the five dead guards. One of the most powerful men in Italy was now the mercy of the Red Brigades. Thanks again for tuning into hostage. Next week we'll find out what happened. When the Red Brigades started to release letters from Aldo in the press will also take a look at the difficulty of negotiations with ideological kidnappers. For whom chaos is as much of a goal as a tactic for more information on the kidnapping of Aldo Moro amongst the many sources we used we found Richard Drake's book the Aldo Moro murder case extremely helpful to our research..
"aldo" Discussed on Hostage
"The roots of Aldo Moro's kidnapping and the social and political chaos of nineteen seventies. Italy lie decades before the actual event they can be found in the successful resistance against Mussolini's fascist regime and the creation of the Italian republic in the wake of World War Two Mussolini's fascist regime had risen out of the turmoil and violence that plagued the Italian peninsula in the early twentieth century. He promised vision of order to counter the chaos and instability but as soon as Mussalini took power it became clear that the fascist way of controlling the country meant persecution imprisonment or death for anyone. Who disagreed with him? It didn't take long for a new anti fascist resistance to take hold and when World War Two broke out the Italian resistance undermine Mussolini from within ultimately helping to liberate their country but the groups that formed the resistance were extremely diverse. They included anarchists. Catholics Marxists and capitalists while they'd been able to put aside their differences when faced with Mussalini their ideological disagreements reappeared in nineteen forty five in the ashes of World War. Two's devastation. They argued about how Italy should be governed by the time. A new constitution was signed in nineteen forty seven deep political divisions had already been formed while these ideologies competed. Italy's nascent. Parliamentary Republic was struggling to rebuild the war-torn country so when the US offered a financial aid package the new government gladly accepted but this decision only increased Italy's political turmoil. The Cold War was beginning to shape global politics. Instead of siding with the Communist Soviet Union Italy aligned with the capitalist United States. This did not sit well with the communists and socialists who had fought in the resistance and the remaining fascist weren't happy with the new association either following Mussolini's Defeat. Many of them had stayed in the police and military or joined extreme right-wing parties they hope to wedge their way back into the government even though the majority of the country didn't trust them torn between extremes. Italians were primed for a moderate party. The only option that seemed to walk the line was the center-left Christian Democratic Party the Christian Democrats blended modern democratic ideals with liberal Catholic values like equality morality. They weren't inherently capitalist but as Italy's majority party they became associated with capitalism in the minds of both the Italian left and right this shift to a capitalist economy transformed the country from a predominantly agrarian culture to an urban one old ways of life quickly died out causing yet another crisis. People from the poor southern regions moved to the more prosperous. North exacerbating cultural tensions the Sicilian mafia and other criminal organizations expanded their spheres of influence and became more brazen and violent by the late sixties. Italy had once again descended into violent turmoil. Far Left groups were waging war against the status quo the far right one at a return to fascism both sides carried out assassinations robberies and bombings as they struggled for control street protests often turned into clashes with the police the years from the late sixty s through the mid nineteen eighties became known as the years of lead named after the countless bullets fired. Then in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy Renato Curcio Margherita goal and Alberto Franceschini Three Devout Ideological Marxist Leninist communist in their early twenties established a militant faction called the Red Brigades. Their goal was to conduct class warfare until they could bring about the long-awaited revolution and restore power to the people. The Red Brigades had no intention of waiting around for the Italian Communist Party to gain power in parliament. They viewed cooperation within the existing system as a betrayal of their ideals. Instead they plan to use violence to incite the people to rise up from the start. The Red Brigades firebombed factories kidnapped Fascist maimed. Anyone who spoke out against them and used other violent means to make themselves known they quickly became one of the most prominent examples of radical left wing terrorism in Europe which both further alienated them from the Communist Party and gain the members from among Italy's disenfranchised youth but even as the majority of Italians viewed them as terrorists. The Red Brigades were convinced they were fighting to save their country according to the. Us government report the sociology and Psychology of terrorism most terrorist see themselves as fighting for legitimate and noble social causes in. Don't view their actions as terrorism. This certainly seemed to be the case for the Red Brigades whose ideology told them that they had to fight against the existing class system. Anyone who got in their way or represented. The system was an enemy in this war. In June nineteen seventy four curcio goal Franceschini and approximately seventeen of their comrades kidnapped. Conservative judge Mario SOCI- from his home in Genoa in exchange for his release they demanded freedom for eight of their imprisoned. Comrades the Red Brigades threatened to execute judge SOCI- unless the government cooperated the Italian authorities were trapped on principle. They did not negotiate with terrorists plus giving in would mean releasing known criminals back onto the streets but they also couldn't abandon a citizen much less unimportant representative of the law ultimately the decision makers chose not to abandon the judge and agreed to release the prisoners. The Red Brigades saw this as a massive coup. They'd succeeded in bending the government there will it gave them confidence to be even bolder in the future but as the Red Brigades celebrated their imminent victory. Something changed the judge charged with releasing the prisoners. Francesco Coco refused. He couldn't bring himself to let the terrorists win. The Red Brigade leaders were livid at the betrayal and the team holding judge SOCI- captive argue over what to do one of the most fanatical of these comrades a well educated former factory. Worker named Mario Moretti argued that they should execute judge SOCI- but in the end leaders Curcio and Franceschini had the final say. They decided that they could win the PR battle if they released judge SOCI- anyway by letting the judge go unharmed and holding up their end of the bargain. The Red Brigades would look magnanimous and reasonable. While the government would look cowardly and weak but by choosing not to release the prisoners judge. Cocoa had put a target on himself two years later in nineteen seventy six. He and his bodyguards were murdered in the street. Outside his home by Mario Moretti and five of his men judge Coco's murder rattled the government that year a of the Red Brigade leaders including both Curcio and Franceschini were arrested and charged for terrorist activities while the Italian justice system considered these ringleaders to be criminals. The Red Brigades saw them as prisoners of war and it was their job to free their comrades following Curcio and Franceschini Arrests. The remaining Red Brigade leaders split up. They moved to different regions to make themselves harder for the authorities to find. They built new cells and planned new actions certain that their revolution was close. Though in reality they never had more than several hundred active members. One of the most confident was Mario Moretti. The kidnapper who had advocated for Judge Societas murder. In order to avoid arrest Mario move to Rome in late. Nineteen seventy six there. He organized a cell of equally zealous. Comrades Mario's goal was to strike a death blow to the capitalist. Us controlled government and get the Red Brigade leaders released. He just had to figure out how and time was running out. The ruling Christian Democrats were making changes to the Italian Communist Party hoping to form a coalition that would give both parties broad governing power. If the Communist Party was neutralized by the establishment moderates on. That would make it almost impossible for the Red Brigades revolution to succeed anytime soon. Mario knew that everything the Red Brigades had done go to waste if they didn't stop the coalition. He was ready to do. Whatever it took coming up we'll find out how the Red Brigades found their unlikely target Parkas listeners. We realized that there are a lot of par- cash shows to choose from each day and sometimes not enough time to sort through them..
The best male and female MMA fighters of the decade
"Recapping the top hopton fighters of the decade so slowly. We have been working our way from number ten to number one number ten. Was Max Holloway number nine nine Josie Aldo number eight Habib. Her Mago made off number seven. Ronda Rousey in our most recent was a man of Nunez. She's The a number six fighter of the decade and think about it goes Amana Nunez. UC featherweight and Bantamweight Champ Twelve and one in the AFC five five title defences. She's number six. The beasts that are waiting for us from five to one rate is female fighter of all time the goat not arguably the go which we say for a lot of the male fighters. Yeah Yeah we got hurt six rousing who broke all all kinds of records. She had five or six title defences and she was waxing. Girls like in less than one minute. Habib never lost Almost thirty fights. He's number eight Josie Aldo an amazing fighter. He's nine Holloway. Beat although twice ten man. I can't wait to see what comes up from five to one and again we're working our way to number one as we close out this decade so keep an eye on that and again shout out to the riders videography. I gotta give those guys love. They're the ones that make everybody. Look good the editors the ones that look over all of this work Keep an eye on video franchises. This is the spinning back. Click every Monday. We tape it on. Its put out just hours after that possibly on Tuesday excuse me the rankings report for we put that out every week as well The off guard series as well. And then we're GONNA have a treat for you guys as well we're gonNA discuss these Top opt-in fighters decade. We'll be doing some of that taping as well. So that they'll be some discussion. That goes along with each individual isolated isolated story with video highlights. We've been producing here in this past week. So check that out.
"aldo" Discussed on Oddly Observant
"Get over watch for people who don't house video again generally the main game oh that you would play. Claes Sixty six style gain where you have different types of characters to choose from. I think it's three different types of yeah. There's defense. They're attacking yet. Support tank yet tank. GPS and support and recently they've switched to a two two two format where previously you're able to say if you wanted wanted to pick six tanks. You could pick six. If you wanted to pay six supports go right ahead you know at least for the competitive play that I know of they switched to the a two to renounce locking. you have to pick you have to have two characters from each of the types. The reason that is significant is because the way that the game is played you can kind of I wouldn't call it unsportsmanlike but I wouldn't call it like like necessarily like you're definitely better than the other team in terms of pure skill I would say it's more of like a strategy sort of yeah all of winning. It's a chess match. Not Ah checkers match. I think the game is simply. Just beautiful deathly beautiful like it. It has its own art style and stuff so I mean when you look at it. If you're someone who's into hyper real stop you may WanNa look at it and think okay. These graphics aren't great but if you if you understand that okay it's its own art style and its its own just generally style game then you can appreciate like the small details that they put into stages even the guns yeah you know and you look around the maps and stuff like that and then even even when you think of you have sixty six style thing and you have all these different characters who fall under this higher category of like character tight granted just because they're under that same thing doesn't necessarily mean that like they're all going to be equal and doing the things that they do like each person person has their own little pizzazz or their own little you know like benefit like pros and cons that they bring to a different match. It's a chess match and a lot of ways because you know the chestnuts you have a lot of different like pieces they all do different moves things like that so then with the game all these different characters different things in it really takes a lot of coordination nation between the team and honestly you could have more times than not. I would think the team that's able to communicate better with each other. Is Who's GonNa win. The Game Two portion I love about the game is I haven't really felt that feeling online gaming since like halo or Gears Award for these games that you really had to talk to your teammates to win the game and obviously when you're playing with competitive friends or not you WanNa win so people put whatever rebuked they have aside and come together to win. Whatever you know mess that is being talked over the airwaves and I think he's really cool. It was but with overwatch specifically I think it's so fascinating being on the business side how activision blizzard set they knew what they had in this game and they went ahead from the beginning from the core infrastructure set set it up to where the East Sports Bonanza that is today could be built around it. Naturally and community could grove in Games two and I have three four years now something like that tissue in that time they've taken his game. That's totally different than really any other game that style the chess nature of it with the shooter shooter but they also made it into a great business in a great entertainment piece were literally. Anytime Day tens of thousands of people. We're watching over watch on twitch or on youtube or other live streams and it's so so fascinating. I know this is just like we're scratching catching. The surface of where games are going. I guess we should stay on as like with VR and some of his Ar cool stuff. That's coming to gaming. I think we can get into some black mirror. Situations really really quick. You have anything on that that you've thought about. I know you have to kind of touch on the VR separately quick I recently watched video where who was with reclaimed ceus go on Vr who and like it's really cool because you have to control. Shaw I forgot what platform rose on but they have the controls in their hands and you know to reload a gun. You have to make like you have to reloading animation. You know if you have like a sniper. You not only reload. You also do the I don't know what you would call it but it's where you like. Pull the little pin dock in the next like clicks and then you push it back forward after every time initiative Dang can do you want to interject real quick because this is something recent too. You know it's so sad with these school shootings and you know video games typically get blamed for this and first off. I'd like to say that as probably not the source of this and you know it could be debated but I don't think video games are the source of that at all and we'll have their opinions on you know but regardless I think it on that it does get very interesting. When it gets hyper realistic like this? We do have to think about some of these negative situations that can happen. We seeing that school shootings can happen and they're terrible for everyone for the families involved for the nation for other nations look at US looking unlike America is supposed to be the model and I started thinking like if we get hyper realistic with these video games I would hate for a negative consequence to to be something like that because it's already crazy. We can't have any more of that. I would say that the Lake Note I'm like this is just my viewpoint on it like I think I think to start like we got. We got a not think that we have to be like the model of like in a world you know 'cause is those are really lofty. Expectations is the reason that the presidency is the hardest job in the world because it's you have such high expectations it so it's like when you drop or you fall anywhere wearing short of that. It's you know it's not a positive negative right moving on from that. It's like we should strive to be that right. I I think that's yes I. I don't mean to cut you off but I wanna make just to be clear. That's the point I was going for with that. I think that as long as we're striving for that it's the they it has to be there because intent command infest energy and if we get the Energy Craig as long as we're shooting for that good things will come in. Yes bad things may come but if we have good momentum those good things can get those bad things can get squashed pressure and that's really my big big ticket strive for they. I of of it. We shouldn't be the model because everybody's a person right and who is another person to say he's a and I I actually do hate the idea now that you bring it up of people are looking at celebrities like they're supposed to be role. Models like their person their person that went through a struggle at twenty twenty one and figure it out and in in now hours of products screens and cameras literally don't know what's going on just like we don't know what's going on yeah. It's because role models have played a big important part in like American society especially with entertainment and I really like to get away from that and I it kind of blow mine other that point kind of circles back into everything. Everything is this idea of having to project something. That's not to somebody yeah. I mean it's important. I mean literally everything to you know to have that role model whether it be at home and school at work you know in social life with your friends and stuff like it's important you know 'cause you yeah you read books. Yeah you can do work to learn and stuff like that and get on the Internet but even when you get on the internet or you read a book. Where's that coming from. You know. It's not coming from the tree. You know someone wrote that book. Someone wrote article posts. Someone is in the class teaching you know you you learn through other people so it's important to like not put put people. WanNa pedestal but you know take the good for what it is you know and try to learn from that and take the bad for what it is and try to learn from that you know you don't necessarily have after experience the good or the bad to learn from it you know and I think I think the relative good and bad is something unique because what is bad now may may be looked upon in two years as good for sure and I know to go down. Go down that rabbit holes is good or what it is bad. WHO's the judge Wjr and when you start asking these questions you just go down a rabbit hole so I think living the experience is the main again like playing the game. Is The journey is defined. I like that really comes down to and I think that's like the good and bad when I say that I think everyone has judgmental to a certain degree. It's in our nature. It's it's in our nature. You know I it saved US remember. It's a survival tactic. You know so I think I think it's always there but when saying good or bad it's like at least personally. I'm meaning like not bad in terms of Oh you on some people might think bad what is like not matching her clothes. As as dumb zaken sound like his truth you know like an issue then that can actually in some societies neither some group of people can determine where you are in the social hierarchy or what type of information is displayed to you and it's that it becomes a whole squirrelly issue yeah for sure. I think even like kind of piggybacking on the color thing. It's like gang members in if you're is wrong neighborhood with the wrong colors right like people look at you weird and if you're not a great place like they might even do more than just like you so. It's like things like that are bad. The fact that we're we can judge people without even knowing them without hearing what their life has been like tear with their thoughts or like how they're feeling things like that and you're judging them on what they're wearing how they look you know who what their name is. What their last name is where they come from like things like that. should be the deciding factor. You know things like that shouldn't be the thing that that decides who gets where like it should look good is when the people at the top the quote unquote topic us in anything is because either either but in a combination of they worked hard did they have some sort of dominant because obviously at the top and some type of privilege or lever millage but even then with that privilege. It's like everybody has different privileges for sure and I thank you know like the saying equal is an equal. That's true you know being equitable as equal because you're putting everyone at the same story and penalties. I'm big on that theme of have equality of opportunity exact and it's it's in the human nature that there isn't necessarily actually I think it's impossible to have of equality of outcome because we're so diverse as a human species we have three hundred thirty million high earn three hundred thirty million mines in America so oh that's a lot of different avenues of and journeys to go down. Yes and I mean you gotta think that's their thirty million people you can learn from it's like why would you. Why would you WanNa shut anybody down yeah. I'm like well and they're spreading Joe. Hey if they're spreading bigotry or I guess promoting bigotry or got to draw the line to draw in this kind of goes back to the other thing. You got to check each other yeah. You have freedom of speech but you got. You got to check that freedom. You gotTA check that freedom. Yeah our freedom go with quake. If someone just like look again looks at you. Weird does something more than that lake you know life is very fragile yeah and it is fragile and in this part of the reason why I won't like doing podcasts as that we get to sit here for forty five minutes and talk about things or actually not even forty five minutes in the future it could be two hours but I hate this idea that fifty percent of the people get their news or get their information from sources that like for example CNN or Fox News to be very fair and put it on both sides. They're fighting like they'll have a political question or question that needs to get answered to make our society better. They have twelve people moderating. There's four minutes to talk about it. The worst parts of human the nature come out when you go to the competition the great but when you're fighting over very important issues and you're competing to say something which then you have to say a headline e Bay. It's just not healthy for like the pressing fortified in that's on both sides and I really liked the podcasting medium I think is gaining traction around the world because people can be deeper in talk with the Internet we kinda got so used to using it in the main things that.
"aldo" Discussed on Oddly Observant
"Hello friends today's episode of the oddly observant podcast. I have another friend on the show. He is although Gonzalez what's up man. How's it going come pretty good. How're you doing doing great man or background for our viewers in our listeners so I guess technically I'm the CTO of tuner incorporated currently working on making brass roots pretty much the things that I'm doing like responsibilities I am not only managing the product addict but also planning for the product and things like releases and stuff like that and then outside of that basically any technological need not to say that like I necessarily have to have like the final say or or something like that but like you're the go-to Guy for sure on the go to tackle is for the time being you know and demystify this a little little bit. Aldo is a computer developer for the grassroots APP and really anything that touches code although has a say say the actually San and takes us where we're GONNA go and I've learned so much from Aldo throughout this experience and I know mean mean although our friends on a personal level but on a business level I think we challenge each other everyday because we come with very different rent point of views but we're both fascinated by each other's work and I think we're always trying to learn from each other f. Lee I mean and not only with you. I would say with everyone in the company right now. You know like Chris Cameron sure I mean at least for me like I believe all y'all are smarter than me in a lot like most areas that I don't like should should about concussions yeah yeah. We're we're. We fall all within. It rules and all that so. I think that started dude. I mean it's definitely like famous speeches a thing yeah I mean I think America was built off of it so it's just important to and we mess with the technical side. I think it's important to never let your freedom of speech speech b-breached and written reasonable case of course yeah because I mean why should why should someone else have the right to tell you what you can say what you can't say you you know unless you're being employed with them are employed by them in like you're on their dime at any given time like during the day or whatever than there then then you know that that makes sense yeah. I I think we passionately agree on that and I know I have the more I got to callers. Surges realized there's layers to freedom and freedom of speech is one of those base layers. If you're listening to a previous podcast mean cameron talked about a baseline technologies and and I can do this to here's TC IP was a base layer and everything else was or TCP TCP IP was a base layer and everything else got built on top of it and I see that happening again with the freedom stuff right yeah with freedom and I I mean sorry in my life personally. I see that happening again and it's been nice to like. 'cause you learn about it. When you're in school. Freedom this is what America's America's freedom and as you go through different systems that are within America you start to learn was true was not. I think one thing that's always rained. True is that freedom of speech is literally the most important thing whether that's an person online unless you know obviously you gave a constraint right. That's makes perfect sense and I think that's something we gotta stay. Stay forceful about that's what makes America America definitely. I mean I mean you. You know you gotTA. Do your part heart like similar to thing. Forget the saying exactly but it's like if you see evil happening or something and you don't do anything about it when you're not necessarily on their side but you're at least not on the side of the good I guess and what whoever's is seeing situation but it's definitely important yeah definitely born yeah. I mean it's important for everyone to check. Each other in like being offended for someone else is kind of like why yeah you know what's what are you getting out out of that like. Let's take that energy make it positive and let's make a change yeah. Exactly I mean yeah for sure I mean it starts with you. It'll be the change you want to see in the world. Yeah the individual can influence local which can influence the community which can influence state which can influence the nation yet can influence the world yeah and you only you only have to do once you start at ones and I think with the Internet nowadays it makes it easier are for the chain of events happen and more people are allowed to have that chain of events and I think I get us back on. I guess to get us back on track. technology side is an freedom is that America is a beacon of freedom and has been in the past and the future hopefully and the the Internet is it's such a global and such an open thing that there's it's almost like there it was built to be free and I hope in America that we always stay true that and keep it free and don't get too greedy because we do have some of the best companies in the world and I hope that doesn't put us in a make ourselves blind. Two things will happen in the future or greedy moments. Yeah I mean you gotta think history repeats itself. It's definitely important for the older generations to teach young and ways that are yes through your lands and your your subjective like standpoint viewpoint or whatever but trying to be as unbiased as possible and just giving the facts as they are and letting the younger generation make their own signed up but also teaching them to be aware. Yes just be more aware of what's going on around you. What's what you're doing. You mean higher affecting other people the things that you're using and how you know getting into products and stuff like that. There's a whole slew things from technology to food to anything. I'm like that is just a a number of regulations that have to be in place. There's a number of like issues like how to be addressed. Things like that and I think it's so on the Internet specifically typically. It's so fascinating because there's a symmetric information. The people that do know about technology are almost it's at a bigger advantage on the Internet and people that don't more than any other. If you get to compare them I make an any other. Industry has to another industry. Sorry so these people that have these technical skills have asymmetrical information and thus in a way not that I wanNA force like virtue on them but it's it's important developers and what people that work on the Internet and make their living off the internet kind of stuff. They're putting into the Internet because the Internet is is really just a projection of our limbic system and away our desires. Our wants are are what we're curious about so we really have to put good things into that. and I would imagine the Internet would output something very positive again. Yeah I mean you're definitely not to say that like everything thing would for sure be good because you're definitely going to have but it's limited as much as possible you know and and then yeah. I definitely agree you. WanNa promote to get as much as possible and I think if you're putting good energy into like having a good intentions and you're you're actually being open delake new possibilities in new viewpoints of over the other people wildly different than yourself then. I mean you're making something that's GonNa be hopefully of better use to a majority already more of a majority of people you know and honestly I think that's one of the thing I want to try to have the podcast be as an open runway for these ideas and these different different different ways of thinking come together and coalesce and have new insights and again. I want America to stay with his mindset as well because 'cause I think America can be so much better than we are and we can really with the technology we can really you make some positive change happen but there's always always always the other side in any math equation any life event. There's always the the negative and I think your point unawareness just hyper accurate. Awareness is the most important thing and I think as a whole as a society were slowly waking up. Were very slowly waking up yeah and I mean I don't know if you agree with the idea that unions are kind of like a hive race where now with the Internet that's kind of like unlock another level for us as a race and like like a thing you know in the universe like we're able to share information nearly instant instantaneously Taniwha slowly. Get kinda going back to the freedom of speech thing. You know it's it's important to let everyone have the same sort of platform. I can get behind the idea that like of course there's celebrities and athletes and things like that political figures you obviously more in the limelight or more important maybe not more important but for everyone has voice more popular than everyone should have an equal voice yeah no one should should be blocked or impeded upon based on any number of factors. You know whether it's on money you have the way you look the way you act things like that or the job you have where you live like. Those things shouldn't be deciding factors because everyone situations wildly different. Your it's the crap shoot of where you're born in the world. You know so you could be born some really nice he bought some people is bad. Yeah I've always heard a weird or actually not weird. A very interesting things thing is let me pose a question. The against directly to you is if you right now could have the choice of repeating your birth and having a different mother and that could be literally anywhere in the world you know World War Two in in eastern European country or the son of a billionaire would you even would you. Redo it I would I would say most people have the same answer. I would hopefully hopefully everyone they know. Isn't it fascinating that pretty much across everybody. That's been pulled on that question. Everybody Says No. We all love our situation. I think it gives us perspective too when we are in hard times is like okay. I wouldn't wanNA. Redo that that moment because like your mom is something close to you and you wouldn't want to even if you had the odds of being way in a quote unquote better situation you. WanNa take those odds. You're happy with what it was and I think that's cool thing about the human mind yeah I agree. It's interesting like I think the reason at least personally why people are like are GonNa say no to that is because of the emotional connections that they have with memories there and the people that they know in real life. You know like you said mom like you know. People have moms dads hopefully and then like grandparents extended family brothers sisters like you know you have a slew of memories with them all yeah whether they're good or bad it's like they're so memories that you have with people in your life and almost having having a memory is like having one memories almost better than having none at all and I know that's Cliche in situations. That's not true but in general it usually is that people don't want to Redo what they did but it because it made them who they are and allow them to transcend end to be where they are in do what they're doing. I think that's a really very cool thing and I think again to kind of close off the subject of freedom. I think think America should keep these things in mind and always allow everyone to speak and let's be wary of what technological logical great things can come but let's also be aware of what technological negative things can come from the United States and let's do what we can to make sure it's going in positive direction. Let's get into another thing I know you like ally or actually we both like overwatch almo- overwatch fans. y'All need to come. Come listen to podcasts because it will probably be talking about this a little bit more. Let's break it down. Tell hosts about the overwatch league although and tell us about who's your favorite team and tells what overwatch is and tell us why you like playing it. Oh okay so sorry or I don't mean to remorse you..
Undocumented immigrants in Mississippi live in fear of an ICE raid
"Least twenty four immigrants have died an ice custody during trump's administration that number doesn't include five children who've died in the custody of other federal agencies. She's now here are two new cruelties yesterday. Ice agents rated seven worksites mississippi arresting about a seven hundred six hundred eighty people. They say are undocumented immigrants. The raid conducted just days. After a gunman targeted hispanic shoppers pass a walmart is the largest rate in any single state in american history and those six hundred hundred eighty arrests left hundreds of terrified american children alone to wonder if they would ever see their parents again meanwhile the trump administration deported a detroit resident to iraq even though he had never been there before jimmy aldo was an iraqi national was born in greece. You came to u._s. When he was six months old legally he'd never lived within iraq didn't speak arabic. He was an american in every conceivable way. He was a man who was a member of a persecuted christian group in the middle east. I says he had at least twenty convictions convictions over twenty years but friends say he also suffered from schizophrenia and other mental health issues in on diabetic my after throwing up throwing up speaking in the trump and i got nothing over the concealed. I was kicked in the back of the lady. Get off the guy's property sleeping on the ground. You know i begged him. We've seen this now. That man that you just saw is dead half because apparently is unable to get insulin in baghdad treat his diabetes so my question is how do any of those things help the people trump said he would help who has made better by those kids crying for their parents mississippi the traumatize children. They're american citizens. The president is hurting those americans a dead man on the streets of bad gag baghdad who was lonely and scared and sick whose life did that make better in america whose the job did that bring back whose income rose because of that who no longer has to deal with the ravages of opioid addiction their family because that man is dead on the streets of baghdad because those kids are wailing because they don't know oversee their parents again. The answer is no one and that's a fundamental con the donald trump he says i'm going to hurt these people people and i'm going to help you and he can deliver on the first part but he's done just about nothing on the second. There are hundreds of people close mine and wyoming sitting around with no paycheck. We covered them. We're in the second week of the miners down. Harlan county not letting the coltrane through because there might have shut down and their pensions are rated in their owed back pay. The people more sound ohio who told trump told not sell their own homes. They had their factory shut down and farmers across the country are struggling with unplanted fields having to make up on trump's welfare handouts the economic growth that trump is so happy to tout has disproportionately happened in precisely the same areas it was already happening before in large metro areas areas among people who had already participated from the boom is help those who are already reaping the benefits fact. There's one group of people trump did say he would go after where he has broken that promise and that is the titans of corporate america and the globalist deletes because the banks are running wild in corporate america got a trillion dollars in tax cut so so the immigrants it's punishment and misery and humiliation and for the owners well apparently get this. The people who own the chicken plant mississippi that were rated to it employed all these unauthorized immigrants agrements the apparently we're not arrested. Ice won't comment but when you think about it. How could they be arrested. Donald trump has been doing the same thing in his own businesses for years. Exploiting immigrant labor in fact the six hundred eighty people detained in mississippi was the largest trade since three hundred eighty nine people in two thousand eight and the owner of that plant was subsequently currently convicted of money laundering but president trump community sentence in two thousand seventeen.
"aldo" Discussed on ESPN FC
"That what what do you think the people screaming at the tv guy it's talking about josie aldo is a strike a hand be one big chunks of u s forces lines you'll pay nothing but complementary about you know i mean listen i i can't guarantee josie ruse walking off the field in especially in first second and even last night saying i wish i had that back an knowing who you get those moments i mean we've missed plenty of opportunity it's about the next time making sure you make the right decision you could still show i actually didn't didn't move keep killing continuing to his right so that angle would open up a little more and he had all that near post i guarantee you watch tape you say you know what why don't i just past it ended at near post that's basically where the passcode been a right there form if you wanna do you you're gonna make mistakes and josie show and he could score goals that's not my concern alleys concern and i think a lot of people's concern josh sergeant and i know he's young in the little time that that i've seen him he has been able to i know he's not a big guy is gonna back people in but he understands the set himself he understands the space around and so if if it's tight end he has a collapsing defend a defender this way like a central midfielder he has a good enough touch the ticket into a little bit of space three times a hold it in connect with his team now greg thought he wasn't fit enough in wasn't prepared enough so we didn't bring him but he is going to be more of that type of player than been jockeys artist is where do we stand on me augmon watching this tournament nothing's changed the way you essence they failed to failed to qualify for the world cup i disagree through view quite a bit first of all her defenders played well they played carousel they played metrical last night they look they look they live out their loss from midfield been running runner coming in like the same which one you're gonna love forceful that's that's my you're gonna say that the result of course you have testing is torn yes i saying that right and i think i can tell you that suffer for greg's team come in for that group of guys it was about making sure you progressed and got better and did they yes they anywhere near where we want them to be come world cup qualifying or hopefully the world cup no but understanding and implementation of what gregg berhalter strained do show especially in the back now the concerning thing and i were talking about christian pulisic didn't touch the ball enough in the second him my concern is that firm on who you want to be talisman yeah how much is that him choosing missing or him being played paid out the game you saw we couldn't even connect to path is so how how do you think you're gonna find a player that's playing in the central midfield aware central michigan where mexico has more of their numbers so we have to figure out a way in allow christian and to to drop in his face is to recede balls to alleviate some of that pressure specially if justin's artist is on the field because we can't go and skip that midfield reactor place through and find christian but i think that's exactly my point by the way that the game was being played out in knowing how successful the u s where in the first half it wasn't necessarily go see were playing through the midfield some of the highlights that we just saw the chances came from you s word direct bolster sir into a into josi out the door and then pulisic running off of the shoulder of the midfielder who cannot keep up with his base and once he has the momentum going forward he gets passed the senate back is turning the corner he's now no one wants to touch on against men which off my point and and and and and really bigger picture for christian pulisic he knows he's as experiences any of this guy's not an age but in terms of the men is that he has put in at the very highest level he knows when.
"aldo" Discussed on Future Based Podcast
"This view for example head that we feel are movements of the experience or movements. have some other things aspects of the body in in my book, so for example, the intrinsic relation of the body Tour de Environment, so that's also what leads what leads out in our neuro centric, or in other with Nick feuded that also the environment is very important for what the buddy buddy does and. It's also the buddy also tends. To to sort of equilibrium to watch the environment here, so you have to really also take into. To Take into account, the environment to understand buddy to understand the movements, so for example when we yet the funeral for example, then then the buddy. Our Buddy has very. Different postures than than we than. We are? At the party. And also this is a this also hints at. Our Own Buddy Exist between. Other buddies so relate to do the behavior also other Buh. Buh and Also we grow up so under buddies learn to. Develop a around Bundy scales for example and Also? I think when I was writing the book where that. came. To was that also sensory experience this very important for being a body, so do see to move into. To feel into Dutch and is very. Very important aspect of. Being a buddy and this is what I think is almost completely completely left out in these neuro century. or So Yes are done then what we feels goes by our brain for example, but we need a skin for example to fuel right, and and so when I take up I I, feel the GOP here. Matt, so where the Cup is not I feel not somewhere in in my head, for example, so we need. All these nerves and Muscles and the bones due to fuel the Gulf. For example, and this is, this is also. Highlighted in the embodied cognition a bird dime where Gordon are what we feel what we experienced, and what we think is really distributed for over for over buddies..
Real Madrid, Aldo And Prosecutor discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise
"Charges stemming from his days at Real Madrid. He was in court for about forty five minutes free signed the agreement which will cost him millions and FOX for Aldo would cut the deal the plead guilty with Spain state prosecutor in Texas authorities last
"aldo" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"But look at order Hagen Ortega finished Edgar, and or you know, Ortega's finished everyone, and that he's fought since being in the of c Swanson with the exception McConnell, everyone think everyone you can I've seen it all he's finished them all every single one prior to the UCS decisions. But in the of see he's finished all of his opponents except Holloway who finished him. But I'm not trying to put him in the argument. But anyway, what I'm trying to say is it forced me to look at all though. Because in in looking at at the rankings for this past week, I had to consider whether Holloway sorry Ortega should drop to two and Aldo. No, I'm gonna confuse junky nation. We don't use the champion as champion. And then the number two contender. We don't call them. The number one contender. We just go one two three. So in our rankings USA today, sports and may junkie. One is Holloway. The question is who's to Duarte dropped below Aldo? When I did that if forced me to look at what all those done all those two and three in his last five in the last thirty six months, thirty six months is key last year's more relevant. But we we don't forget about the other stuff. But in that time, he's only been Edgar and Stevens and Ortega's finished Edgar, and he's finished all the other guys that he fought I still had him above Josie Aldo. But in also doing that. You know, when you just start clicking and going on different links. Nice. I revisited that argument of Conor McGregor Josie Aldo and max Holloway. The first thing anyone that supports mex- Holloway's gonna say buddy beat Aldo twice. And I agree. If you beat somebody twice. And finished them that Trump's the fact that they had seven title defences, and you only have to because he beat them twice you and they were one of them. But if can interrupt you. Yeah, if the argument is who's the better fighter. If the argument is who's had the booth the better champion. Then I would say look I get that the guy beat him twice. No. This is the argument goes Joe Rogan started. It all really you just goes he's the best ever the best featherweight ever. So just go off that. Then I would say no using still Josie Alda. Yeah. Even though we lost twice to the guy Jos arguing. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. I know that sounds crazy. But at a like, I said, it's all in the wording of the question. If you asked me to the better fighter is no we're not. I know great at a saying of the way the way the way you you were just go off with the what you're not really talking about the fight. Or you're talking about his legacy. What he's done. Okay. And max has not done much in there. Except beat the other guy twice. Right. But it's about being a champion title defences..
UFC featherweight GOAT debate intensifies following Max Holloway's dominant UFC 231 win
"It was a bit of a debate online. But who's the goat at featherweight and some people think it's still Josie. Although some people think it's max Holloway. I'll save that debate for another time. I don't really want to get into it. Because no one's going to win every side just going to pick who they think is the right answer. But here's one thing. I can say there is a real possibility that max Holloway can become the featherweight GSP only the more modern risk taking version. Here's what I mean. What may GS PG? Well, first of all again, these are things that could happen. I don't know if it's going to happen. But one probability, you should probably consider is that like if you think about what may GS piece of special, right? It's probably a combination of things is an incredible skill. He was a national icon. He defended his title a number of times all those things would have put together this larger package, but when he fought what did he do especially in that later stage of his career? He used basically his skills to define the terms of the fight over and over in a very controlling stifling way. Didn't take a lot of damage at the end there the Hendrix fight or a couple of others notwithstanding. And that was you could make an argument that some of that was a little risk averse, but the point being smart you kept his title, and he did legendary things, but the key. There is a he was able to impose a very dominant. Encompassing fight defining way of managing his opponent. He took a fight that is normally a very chaotic thing. And then controlled for it. We had Gracie on last week. And I asked him what defines the jujitsu of Brian Otake. Everyone's got their own style. Right. Like like gosh. I mean, Andre Calvo's Jiu jitsu is not the same. As Keenan Cornelius is not the same as the Mendez brothers is not the same as I mean, you pick it right? Goes on and on everyone's got their own little style. But his was that in the middle of chaos. He can find a neck, you can find an arm. He can he can bring something. To bear down upon it. Which is true. If I was really smart observation, and by the way, Brennan will take it. We'll be back. He will make he will make a reappearance in remind you of why he was so highly valued as a potential threat to max Holloway's crown down the line after heels and everything, but here's the point that ability to control the chaos, max Holloway does the same thing. He takes everything away by making the fight on his terms through distance through use of the jab all the things I mentioned in the hour if he can cut the weight enough and stay for the wait long enough people keep saying oh shit. If I next Nate or Tony or Habib or Connor it is not that. I don't wanna see those contests. But I'm telling you, we are missing something if we deny him the opportunity at being the sentinel at the guard for one Forty-five because he can be the exact same kind of thing. Doesn't matter. What skill you bring? Are you a high? Octane jujitsu specialist. Who's got a ridiculous chin who can has developing striking. He has an answer for that. Are you the potentially the guy who was the guy the best ever not division? He's got an answer for that. Or are you a wrestle boxer? He's got an answer for that. Are you whatever he's got an answer for all those things if you look at his rise with you want to compare it to Aldo's or not look at the different kinds of fighters. He has faced has faced all the different kinds. He could face potentially at one forty five. No, which is why some kind of a rain there is necessary. But he has fought a lot of different types already guys who are wrestling threat guys who are power threat guys who are volume threat guys who are striking threat guys who have veteran experienced guys who have who are a little bit undeterred by experience and just sort of go for broke..
"aldo" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"And he had one guy working for him at the time named Steve Pritchett. Remember, Steve Steve, unfortunately, passed away since I believe, but Steve was his one guy working for the label and eat set up this office in PolyGram's headquarters here in New York. I just come from working for a record co working for record label and was looking for a job. So I met with John here in New York myself, Steven John we had lunch at a restaurant. And Steve said, look, I need a young guy connected in the hard rock world. I got this Aldo Nova record out there. He had told me I don't know if this was the case that at the time you were on a tour playing free shows for radio, you were you were out doing of they were they were backing basically a free a tour where the shows were bucket show a buck show. Yeah. I was raking it. But look, you know, John John's business guy and John Lena likes to, you know, keep rain on the money. Well, it's not it's not actually. No, it's quite the opposite. Because we spent so much anything he spent so much money doing stuff like the two videos. Right. I mean shot lakes. Yes. Someday. And medicine they built the whole, you know, we use wait I show them and he built the whole fair. And wish I I would rather use the money and did two different videos in two different backgrounds than do to look at. You know what I mean? So right. Those videos cost three hundred thousand dollars. Oh, and I'm not saying for minute that he didn't. Back though, you're wreck because he was full into your record. You know, he's a fan of yours. You know that? I mean, he's always been a supporter, and I'm not saying that for a minute. I'm saying though, when there's not there wasn't a return and you're out on a radio tour, and your, you know, basically their tour supporting a free show and all that stuff. So he say, I'll never forget this. We're having lunch because I got all do out there. He goes, I can't this. I gotta get this record to sell and we're do throw them. This listening goes I want to bring you on. Here's one of the things I want you to do is get involved with Aldo and try to push this thing along and tell me what you think and what we should do. And I said, John all sounds great. You know, let me know what you know. I mean, I'd love to work with you. I'd love to be a part of the label at the that point. There was only one other employees, and it was this guy. Steve. So I said there was one thing though, I was managing a band that I felt really strongly about that was going to take off. They were kind of like Hootie and the. Oh fish before Hootie, and the blowfish very melodic rock band, and I had buzz on them. We just showcase for Clive. Davis like stuff was happening. I felt and John says to me. Come work for me. And I want a piece of that band the band. I was managing already. And okay, I understand, you know, we can figure out this deal here. But I'm like do I really want to give this up and then the number. He threw at me to work for him as a fulltime salary didn't exactly blow my doors off. So I'm like sitting here. And I'm saying man, do I really want to do this. I might wanna go my own path. So John system if you remember, and you would at that time Bon Jovi was in disarray. They didn't know if they were still going to continue this before they made keep the faith, and John John didn't even if the ban was gonna Bon Jovi in that form was gonna continue. Right. So John says to me, this is all in my first book John system, e he goes, listen, you know, whatever piece of the band, you're managing. Here's what I'm going to pay. You let me know what you wanna do. So I really said because he can give me a few days to think about it because. Yeah. No problem. He goes I'm going to go to Saint Thomas to the island with my band. And still see if I have a band because they goes good..
"aldo" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"And maybe next week. I'll get you. The Joe Perry stuff from the rainbow which will at that point be a couple of weeks ago. All the stuff has to air and run its course on Sirius XM. And then after a couple of weeks can bring it to you on the podcast. And that's what I'm about to do with this week's interview, which was an interview that I really really enjoyed. And I love talking to those artists that you you don't hear from all that often or you kinda wondered whatever happened to or had a big hit, and then sort of disappeared. And that is the story with this guy. Anybody that grew up with MTV in the eighties Hoste. Remember the song fantasy by Aldo Nova one of the early very big videos on MTV production video sorts the way. Started and a big song at the time from Aldo Nova who seemingly came out of nowhere, and then disappeared off the radar just as quickly Aldo Nova Canadian artist more or less to be honest to one hit wonder here in the US. Any done some stuff. You know, he did a couple of records. He was involved with Jon Bon Jovi a little bit here and there doing some different stuff. And then he became a songwriter in work with selene Dion in Canada and really went off the grid. As far as Iraq guy is concerned. So that six months ago, I get a call asking if I would be interested in talking to Aldo Nova who wanted to reestablish himself in the rock speier again and come out and tell his story, and I said sure, I mean, I love doing stuff like that. So the interview was set up it happened about two weeks ago again on my volume show Aldo Nova came into the studio from Canada to New York City, and we conducted the interview you're about to hear which lasted for about an hour. And it was really fascinating, you know, to to hear this guy story where he came from how he burst on the scene with that big song video on MTV how quickly it all went away. Way what he did in the last twenty thirty years and now his attempt in his sixties to try to make and mount bit of a comeback as a rock artist again, which I think in total honesty, as you will hear a mentioned talanova in this interview will be incredibly difficult, but I wish him nothing, but the best it was nice to meet him. Nice guy talented guy. He's got a rerecord of some songs from his debut album. Available now called Aldo Nova two point oh that's out there. Available for you guys to check out different versions re recorded of songs from his first album. But you know, I love I know these aren't the big massive mainstream names everybody knows. But I love doing interviews like this because I love getting these stories and love talking to these guys who were sort of a blip on the radar at one point and made a big splash. They went away really quickly. You wonder what what the heck happened to that guy? What's his story? Will you're gonna find out in just a couple minutes the story of Aldo Nova as he tells it to us as it unfolded a couple of weeks ago on trunk nation on my radio show on Sirius XM as I'm happy to bring it to you this week on the Eddie trunk podcast. So with that said, let's get a couple of quick words in and we'll come back and hear from Aldo Nova. Gassed?.
"aldo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Nine others. Aldo mancado couture fashion designer he also won the two thousand seventeen fashion coach of the year for the United States of America. More about Aldo in just a few moments right now. I simply want to make a very special announcement. Yes. Next international store has launched this last week. It has couture for both men women, jewelry and some collectible art. So if you've I really want you to just simply go and to maximize 'em international store and check it out. And be sure that you leave a comment as to what you find. Or what you'd like to see because I'm there to please. Thank you. So very much. Now, we also are in talking with Aldo tonight. We have some very special topics we want to hit on. And I definitely want to make a mention in point on that Aldo just returned from Brazil from doing a very very very successful magnificent fashion show all of his cO tour's designs. He has designed for very famous people all over the world as well as I'm very honored to say that he did my design for my August. Fifteenth isn't yes, indeed. We have none other than althought mancado. Now did a little history about him in two thousand seven he came to Las Vegas. He did not speak English. She had fifty dollars in his pocket, and he was armed with a dynamic personality and ambition. His definite will to win at life was on fire. He is also after the party for the two thousand fifteen eighty seventh Academy Awards there was a fashion show of which Aldo mancado. His fashions were featured there were some guests there such as John Rollins. And let me see here. Now let although talk about that. Because Meryl Streep was there along with a few others amulet Aldo go into detail on that because this event after the party at the two thousand fifteen eighty seven Academy Award. I think he deserves to share that with you. Right. Yeah. I want you to jot down this number because if you have a question for all done what you to call in the number.
Neil Simon Remembered As Broadway's Lights Go Dim In Tribute
"Neil Simon They are dimming the lights on Broadway for Neil Simon who. Died ninety one over the weekend I'm going to. Be up there in Times Square we're going to, be gathering by the Neil Simon a theater. Forty where we forty eighth street I think for the Neil Simon theatre and got to honor the man who wrote the. Odd couple sunshine boys plaza suite the movie the goodbye girl come blow, your horn barefoot in the park and just think of all the great actors who appeared in those Neil Simon plays. Me Robert Redford, and Jane Fonda George c. Scott Maureen Stapleton Allen. Aldo is in play west fifty second street is where the Neil Simon theatre is where we're going. To be tonight with Neil Simon now I interviewed, for my podcast, in the, wings the wonderful actress Linda Lavin you know from Alice. And she, was in Broadway bound in fact she won, a Tony award for Broadway bound and we're going to put that podcast, up? On our website sometime today right. That will be going up today so if you want to it. Was, a great interview was. Terrific Yeah it was an. Amazing interview so you're. Going to go to just go to our page. At seven ten wer dot com Landon Michael and, we'll have a link to it
Venezuela gasoline prices should rise to international levels: Maduro
"President Maduro says Venezuela's fuel prices should rise. To international levels in the change to his patrol subsidy policy he said he was acting because smugglers cheating Venezuela out of millions of dollars of revenue mr maduro said those who held a government issued identity card will continue to receive direct subsidies but those who fail to register their vehicles would have to pay fuel at international prices when aldo from better is a london based venezuelan journalist i think this is evidence that the madero government has given up on trying to secure the support of the people of venezuela i mean increasing the price of gas has been a political taboo for all venezuelan government's the only one that did it in back in one thousand nine hundred and nine faced riots that led to the vets of hundreds of people to two military coups and eventually the removal of the precedent yet the government of madurai doing this because they basically run out of money
"aldo" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Dave aldo in oregon double oregon action hey how's it going so far okay for the day okay well you know i wanted to talk about this whole thing and basically a one hundred wanted to say that that with the supreme court going in the direction that they're going it's even more important that we get eight democratic congress because both houses of congress ma'am yes because congress can pass laws that in the supreme court cannot do anything about so there are ways in which we can actually reverse some of these decisions at the supreme court absolutely totally agree it depends on the issue i mean we can't make that as a blanket statement though dave it's issue by issue i mean the congress could obliterate the supreme court's pro arbitration stuff all that stuff about that forced binding arbitration congress could could blow torch it into oblivion in a moment all we need the politicians in place to do it so on arbitration we could totally wipe all that stuff away this thing with the public sector unions that's going to require a little more creativity but i get your point dave we can work around the this exactly and the other thing is i want to tell a story about my dad was born in nineteen fifteen and he went worn in pennsylvania informed patrick and in those days education was not a priority you were lucky if you got a seventh grade maybe eighth grade education in in some parts of pennsylvania because it was more important than you work on the farm that it was that you go to school absolutely and so when my dad entered the workforce the only saving grace for was the fact that he was able to get a union job and because of that union job he was able to raise six kids with my mom at home and was able to reach higher indignity with good health care live well into his nineties and it wasn't until towards the end of his life that there were any kind of financial issues having to do with his care and so you know people won't say what they want about unions but in but from my perspective it saved my dad from and our family from living a life of poverty unions have delivered bread and butter benefits and created a middle class in this nation and the fact that the unions are going away shows why we have so much wealth and income inequality why the middle classes backsliding why we don't we there's no wage growth and incidentally you sell you sound like an educated guy dave please do a little research refresh your recollection about american economic history in eighteen eighty eighteen ninety s and early nineteen hundreds and you'll see the today's economy looks just like that economy the american people really really angry and they finally acted and they put in members of congress who said we're going to do something to rein in all these monopolies in his rigged fixed economy dave i love you i gotta keep it moving one triple eight three two one six thousand and one i've got more senior legal analyst time oh boy do i have more senior legal analyst time a judge in san diego federal district court judge told benedict donald give those kids back and you know which kids i'm talking about right all right if you're on hold you're next i got senior legal analyst time beginning of the next hour then i'll turn it right back over to you where justice is served the norman goldman show justice served three hours at a time beyond the norm each and every day at normangoldman dot com america great again this is the norman goldman show these days we sometimes hear judges cynically described as politicians in robes absolutely that's gorsuch compelling content.
Stocks, euro, Italian bonds make second day of gains
"Investors think maybe they worried a little too much about italy's political troubles yesterday so stocks rebounded gaining back nearly one to one and a quarter percent the dow rose three hundred six points the nasdaq sixty six the s and p thirty four whole nolte of kingsview asset management says worries about italy leaving the euro created a sharp drop quickly but time really does heal we all recognize that the first reaction is generally the wrong reaction more evidence of the changing tastes of americans are shoes casual fridays have sparked the rise of the fashionable sneaker aldo ceo says his customers are spending more on what you usually think of as athletic wear walmart is going with that it said today it would let its managers where sneakers to work now and that isn't all walmart is doing it will fund college degrees for its us workforce there are certain conditions but even part.
"aldo" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"aldo" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto
"I mean i don't know because the you know from what i'm hearing aldo on llamas is hiding um so i i don't know if they're gonna give but aldo back and i think that it might not and finally uh speaking out for me and ended in a little frustrated that and i haven't got an opportunity and because i know that that's a big part of it is like in negotiations we're at year heater just talking about uh or you're not a you can hear improper it idle or elder title type or you decide that who get the opportunity never give me your opportunity so how can you you know you that is an argument you know um so we'll see cub is listening until it's all of this do you do you think there's a fix i mean it's talk of this is sort of die down but last year is a big big conversation topic in that was you know should fighters unionize there is a group of guys who who want to expand the ali act and have it um you know expanded and cover mixed marshall artists i mean do you see a fixed to this situation i mean if what you're describing is accurate and this is your side of course but you didn't you you didn't want to sign a contract extension so that affected who you fight the opportunities you get you know aldo and llamas now potentially fighting in the number one contender fight instead of you is there any fixed to this or is this just the nature of the business.
"aldo" Discussed on Being Visionary
"The brush website is facebookcom forward slash meet mike aldo ed forward slash meet michelle aldo to her facebook blood osce that's like the number only rea communicate and then we also have the al those dot com we can learn a little more bone us and get some value over there we'll great that's wonderful i will make sure that those are in the podcast notes so that everybody can click on now and i just want to thank both of you very much for being here it's been my privilege to have you both on this episode i know that my listeners will find some great value with us and as far as for our listeners i want to thank you for listening to us today and if you have not already done so i'd like to invite you to subscribe to our podcast share the podcast with your friends tell them about it and most importantly please please please leave us a review on eits rooms and as always you can reach out to us on our website dish nights at and while you're there you congrats from free business resources and always be visionary and i thank you so much for listening awesome thanks guys it was wonderful brick you so much delay razors for having us thank you for listening to fee visionary podcast check out the show notes for details that you are free downloads from today's episode you can find them at our website www dot the visionary mines that dot com slash podcast subscribe share the podcast intel affront about it until next episode to achieve your goals everything you do view visionary think outside the box.
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"Said that your forecast his sole aldo ready basically they're minor adjustments to a two thousand six forecast from the altos analysis because you know once you do forecast it has to be credible the first time you cannot be lying to the public and say well in two thousand six with audibly was being a tooth honduran thousand but now it's going to be only langenfeld no no no the forecast you run the model the model tells you in the later on you find adjustment so they had adjustments the owner of a few thousand people but since two thousand six it's been about the same one hundred ten one hundred thirty thousand pinglun so and cliff says it ain't gonna be that most likely it's going to be a quarter of that come through right tell us what did you learn old is use them in the state of the art in in behavior research and other transit systems at on the ground evidences there right update your analysis give us something we can believe what have you finding these end and that's the joke on on top of it it that even if you believe that ridiculous number of ridership the rest of the numbers of the forecasting model says that the benefit to congestion will be about one point five percent right so if not all very inflated right ridership number is only half of what they are predicting the effect on traffic will be totally immeasurable you wouldn't be able to put sensors out there in measured because it will come to you as the day to day variation on monday tuesday wednesday the traffic is never the same if there is a three to five percent.