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SIXTEEN most dramatic Wimbledon moments from the last decade countdown

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

05:05 min | 3 months ago

SIXTEEN most dramatic Wimbledon moments from the last decade countdown

"Hello everybody. Welcome back to another episode of the passing shot. This weekend would have marked of course women finals weekend, so what better time to reminisce and think about some of the most dramatic moments from the championships over the last decade came I've got my I've got my strawberries and cream of got my joker. Pim's and yeah, you looking. We're GONNA. Do Little little countdown yet. We are got some Robinson's to go with my with Alpo cost today because I can't find the payments to the back of my cupboard somewhere. But yeah, we've decided that actually. We normally debate moments boat. Many movements from Wimbledon over the past decade that we were kind of looking back through them. We all just H is just know enough say we're kind of doing this in teapot Sixteen. Tell you to, but we're just GONNA cut you the first eight day on and see how. So many to kind of two three. I'm also mentioned as well I. May my all whites as well summer, and getting into kind of like getting into the the women, the Wimbledon Spirit and Yes listeners, thanks for facts again in touch this. We put out to ask you. What are some of your dramatic moments from the uniform cade and we really appreciate you getting in touch. Who knows maybe you'll maidment will appear on the list, but yes, we will, of course say caveats. This is our list. This is purely our opinion. We think it's a pretty good list. There are some moments that you will be familiar with, but we think there are some vitamins I feel that have been you know maybe not. You might not be as familiar with, but yeah, let's get. Let's get into it starting a number sixteen in our countdown, and it's one I guess you know for British fans is a very a memorable I will say a fairytale story where we him back to Twenty-six. On its Marcus Willis and His run from you free. Pre would qualify to qualify to the main draw. To play Roger Federer. Is this more of a Fairytale Jolan Peter Cold winning Wimbledon in the film that we discussed on our lots podcast. Possibly say yeah. I feel like made some of our listeners from like ABC's might not even know of this story. They might even have never heard of Marcus Willis. British fans probably happen until two thousand sixteen. And Yeah. He came through the qualifying say. He was ranked down at like seven, hundred and seventy two in the world. Qualified One always marched and qualifying obviously. And then came up against recalled this baron case of I. Think he's Lithuanian in the first round, beat him. which she data alone is kind of pre. Wow, considering his ranking and the disparity between between the t pies and then. Who Does he then face in the second round, nee wombat reporter federal himself say oversee. That was going to be prime on sensical. And I guess teacups, isn't it? It's kind of like Oh. Marcus got through the second round. So annoying. He's paying federal. He could have a had charges against someone else, but on the other side is the actually if he's going to get through to the second round for like probably the only time in his career, he might as well Gad parents on Sundays go play unites the greatest champion. Wounds ever seen. Yeah. I, be the. The second camp I think if I'M GONNA. Go Out I. Want to go out in style and you know what better way to to go out. To have to have? Time, one of the greatest cross players of all time across across from you of from the net I think the story for me remarkable because the the the ingrained image I have in my head of Marcus Willis is. Is actually before this it wasn't. It's not baby. It was he was on like. He was like on a challenge tour event, and he had like a can of coke and a malls Baugh. One of his matches and Clemente to is like I think the commentator coming here. It was basically called him Kaufman for from South Park. and was like is this. Is this guy for real? Is The guy really heavy like? A cat of kind of self drake. Y-, you know tennis by the challenge, Tour and It just shows think it shows you the just the. It was just crazy the way he went from this sort of you know position where he wasn't really kind of know. Yes, he was talented, but I think he was really applying himself. It shows you I think it's a story that shows you that. If you do apply yourself, incredible things can happen and. You know, he went from literally like. Fee, Butts Four coaching is. Club. Thirty pounds of our lessons. To Yes said. Roger Federer, thank you very

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"alpo" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"alpo" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Don't know how that happened. How did you manage that? Guys. Can you edit any of this because i? Really. You know time. Best Second, and it's like fucked up, so, but the other thing is I wanted. I. Wanted to say something which I've completely forgotten because there's not yeah, there, you. To ask you some. Yeah you can edit this right, yeah! Okay so. Kareem, yes, it is insane. How much you can sound like Eric Alpo when you're talking on the phone. WHOA fucking. Weird do. A great okay good Eric Eric Alpers one of the most lovely. As leader. People you'll ever meet I. Love Eric He's a good guy is a good guy. He is, so. It's a wonderful thing to sound like. Don't worry about it. I kept going like Holy Fuck. WHO's talking to? Getting a little, too, I was getting a little too comfortable. Good. That's. That is a good. We didn't talk much. Did we got on the phone at six thirty? It's now seven forty eight Joe. Yoyo, bro We got the go. Thank you SAS SAS. Thank you so much for joining us. I really enjoyed that and I and guys wonderful..

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"alpo" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

03:31 min | 8 months ago

"alpo" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"Into rooms. Makes a movie and it's kind of that flavor you know that's dope hat. Yeah so it songs in music that we love and we're really really happy to these album. Probably in early June that along with my company. I'm really pushing hard but also you know always looking forward to working with projects. I want to work on and I know that sounds a little messed up but I recorded myself a luxury at this point that it's like I it it. Does I try to help you new artists and I definitely want to help in the sense that to help them help their business. You know there's no point making all this great music unless you're collecting on it you know and there's nobody to blame yourself or if you're not doing it you gotta make that s just tick that interest to really try to see what's going on with that. You know you know. I think it was earlier this week. We spoke or think of maybe Wednesday or Thursday. We have spoke on how well first of all let me say that. I WANNA GET BACK INTO PRODUCTION. I really do. I knew that I could still come dope as music. Here's my thing so I'm Kinda like in the same boat as you are. I just don't WanNa work with just anybody. You know if I see somebody that a vic- golden if you will that I know is ready to take off work with you know Now wanting that I. I've always told everybody that. If you're going to work with me you gotTa Bring Your a game. Don't think you're gonNA come and just bullshit around and play video games and text all fucking day. I'm GonNa play some music and you're gonNA fuck it right you if I got to leave the room but we gotta create a chemistry or abide so we can come up with a good music. You know up the way I I mean I've known rappers that have called up other rappers and said email me a verse. I would never do that. I would never do that. I know that's not people do business today but I'm not going to do that. I'm not saying that's batting. But I WANNA have chemistry with that person be producing them in the past and there wanNA be watching fine. Don't know who I'm talking about. There's guys that I know. Have no business wrapping. You know seriously had no business book and wrapping. And but they had money. They had money the one that a little bit of the limelight. So luckily I'm a rapper. Now don't me some beats his team. Jeez Gimme five tracks and I agreed and I remember this guy said the word son of a bitch five times in sixteen bars you know and I just stopped and I hold time Alpo way we say that again eagles. Yeah send a bitch you mother fucking lame. I got two AK. You're just nothing but a son of a bitch and hold on. Stop Stop and I'll just like I had a long talk with them. I just returned back as money now. Anybody was fuck. I would've took ten. Jeez I love my music and I just can't do that you know so. I don't know if you've ever came across well. Yeah I mean we had a discussion on that in dot is one thing that looking back in hindsight that you know probably one of my regrets is that I did record things like and again. It was just did not try to go get a real job. I was just like record us and suck it up and then look back in. How seeing some sense stuff. I Sang.

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Nestlé takes action to reduce plastic waste in the environment

Business Wars Daily

03:02 min | 1 year ago

Nestlé takes action to reduce plastic waste in the environment

"Miles and miles. It's a plastic floating in our oceans companies that use plastic for packaging or under fire to stop fast. That's especially true. If you're the world's largest packaged food company that would be nestle who we tend to think of as a candy bar maker in fact Nestle made more than ninety billion dollars in revenue last year selling two thousand and brands everything from Alpo dog food to Haagen Dazs ice cream to tombstone frozen pizza and hundreds of millions of containers of bottled water to boot last last year nestle pledged to make all of its packaging reusable or recyclable by twenty twenty five and it promised to get rid of all plastic straws in single use plastic Aston packaging. It can't do this fast enough. According to a twenty eighteen report by the environmental nonprofit break free from Plastic Nestle is the world's third largest producer of plastic waste after Coca Cola and PepsiCo this April Greenpeace targeted the company for its slow action on single use plastic the non profit held a global noble day of Action Protesting the company's annual production of one point five billion tons of the stuff every year campaigners demonstrated at numerous nestle facilities around the world from its headquarters in Switzerland to the US Germany Slovenia the Philippines and Kenya among others they brought towering puppet monsters made out of plastic waste mostly Ashley from Nestle to headquarters in the US and Switzerland but making packaging changes on such a grand scale poses mammoth challenges. It's not easy to fix global supply chains and switching to more sustainable materials can be difficult and expensive so what if you could create a marketing benefit out of the need to ditch plastic. That's what Netflix is doing in Japan with its miniature. Kit Kat chocolate bars last month. It replaced the glossy plastic film. It's chewy concoctions with Origami paper over adorned with instructions on how to fold it into a paper crane. That's clever in a country where origami creatures are enormously popular in Japan. The crane is called the bird of happiness miss a symbol of good fortune longevity suggesting that customers might turn their candy wrappers into Origami might sound trivial but nesty says it's encouraging people to unquote turn their trash into art and use the rappers much longer before throwing them away and these paper cranes could make a dent in Nestle's plastic because as the company sells some four million kit cats there every year. The company claims that this paper for plastic change alone will save three hundred eighty tons of plastic annually. Willie while Nestle is a major contributor to the global plastic waste problem. Most major confectioners have similar issues Mars which makes snickers Eminem's and many other candy brands has also promised to make all of its packaging recyclable reusable or compostable by twenty twenty-five those are sweet pleasures. You might say now. We'll see if the big sugary brand's will live up to their goals and how much more they'll do toward making not just their food but the packages it comes in uh-huh sustainable

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Gas prices could rise after attack in Saudi Arabia, analysts say

John Reid

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Gas prices could rise after attack in Saudi Arabia, analysts say

"From the White House it's all about supply and demand gas prices going up what's the story after the refinery explosion in Saudi Arabia we get details from Alex down yes the U. S. is a major oil producer but it's a game of supply and demand less oil available worldwide what is available becomes that much more expensive gas analysts expect the increases to result in on Monday going up ten to twenty four cents a gallon in the next few days this man filling up says and not much you can do about it Hey what we have to pay and you just suck it up and deal with the analysts say as long as Saudi Arabia gets its alpo close to pre attack levels soon the price increase shouldn't stick around very

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FDA names 16 brands of dog food linked to canine heart disease

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

02:06 min | 1 year ago

FDA names 16 brands of dog food linked to canine heart disease

"This week dft links multiple dark tree branch of heart disease in canines are this isn't technically a recall but it's more of a consumer notice but when it's jogs we pull out all the stops i i recalled rico last week dft eight released findings after studying more than five hundred cases dilated cardio my apathy otherwise known as dcm in dog's dcm enlarged heart so in canines causing them to tire easily cough inexperienced difficulty breathing so they can't talk right and they can't are as best they can dog last year in two thousand eighteen tf gave released a public statement cautioning consumers against purchasing dog food brands there were labeled quote grain free listen peas lentils would jews or potatoes as their main ingredient so the problem isn't that that brands are grain free at the problem is that they focused heavily mp's tells the games or potatoes right now those in those ingredients that that they're they're tainted at some point process yeah and now dft his release specific dog food brands at her eight higher risk of dcm but please don't panic like people that last it's a it's only a year website at guide dogs probably fine i did some some looking into this so there's about seventy seven million dogs on the uss there's only about one percent reduction suffer from dcm and it's estimated that point one percent of that one percent of those cases are linked directly died so the chances are pretty slim did this would affect you or your furry friend but i think i wanna talk about this just to make the point the shop around the last time you did you know yes sometimes you you get you're pat you find the brand it's it's working for you right now and you don't make the end with it yeah yeah i mean look like my you know i worked with dogs my whole life like i have fought that twenty pound bag of alpo you know but i've done a ton of research like my go to brian this isn't a blog is i buy wellness is the name of the brown especially when you've you've been successful and i looked at on the carpet no it's not it's a little bit more expensive but i mean like it's your best friends

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"alpo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"alpo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"In the seventies and eighties. I was in the coast guard officer alpha, San Diego, and the way we stop the drugs and illegals. We have fifty caliber machine gun gonna cutters. Machine guns everywhere that you don't have a port of entry and put up size. Douglas. Let me ask you would you be in favor. If you had fifty cow machine set setup at the border, and you put up warning signs. And I assume you mean that if you try to break in you're going to be shot that that we're gonna open. Through the ports of entry. Would you be supportive of illegals? Analysts. I am completely against the illegal immigration. I am the sob stories. I get it. But you gotta come to this country legally, but I can't sign onto a mother with her barefoot kids in diapers making a run for the border and then opening up with a fifty caliber machine guy. Here's my point. Once they see the signs, and they know they will come legally. Okay. We used to turn the Haitians around. And we'd to Cubans in. I was part of that. I was part of the Mary Alpo right nine thousand nine hundred Cubans. Then we turned around. We have to have a rule that this is where you come in. And this is the only place you come in and Nancy Pelosi, holler, netted moral, but she's got a gate around her out. Douglas. Thanks for the call, buddy. I listen we've talked about the past done. Thanks for the call and keep listening. Robert is next on net will hit Panama City, Florida. Hello, Robert, you're on go ahead. Eight. Thanks for taking my call. I'm jealous. You talked about the places up in Colorado. Haven't been lived in grew up there. And. In Panama City, you're still going into war zone recovering from hurricane Michael. But my point. On this conversation and the debate afternoon, you know, this is not a political party issue. The first responsibility. I feel certainly of government is security right with that sovereignty integrity and protecting the defense of our country. Comes with names in this case since we gotta duplicity government south of is Mexico's allows just about anybody to walk through their territory, unfettered come up to our border in an attempt to come into our country when Mexico doesn't do a darn bit of beams of stopping anybody on their side. You know, what they they stopped them when they want to stop them. That's that's the difference here. I would accept that. I would accept the fact that the gentleman that called earlier from Milton is just got it absolutely wrong. It's not a political issue of give and take it's a it's a will of our political leadership on both parties to protect this country from illegal immigrants drugs, and those are meant to have a desire to harm our nation harm our citizens hard March or Robert you're preaching to the choir. And if you listen to me long enough, you know, where I'm coming from absolutely one hundred percent, this is it is fundamental. This should be involuntary. It should be like breathing. And I can't even believe that we have to argue about this Robert great call Mike is next on Mike. We got about a minute, go, all yours. Yes, I'm going to make a comment to draw parallels between the border wall. And while the Democrats fight it so much K quickly. Mike, I've got forty seconds go. Okay. Kashogi? We know they killed journalists. And they raise Cain about he's not even US citizen. But yet Democrats won't allow people to legally in Iraq sensory to meet murder rate robbery, beatings, whatever it's against the law that broke the law, and they don't raise Cain about one American killed by the league, they defend the Leila's on. I'll address the kashogi thing even further because there's new information.

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"alpo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"alpo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Making the investment upgrading their facilities. They're getting organic certification. They're doing all the right things. And then there are others. Who are they're not investing. And so I think there's going to be a day when acquit manufacturers are going to be very very busy. Because this is what consumers are going to demand one with companies like Costa range, and some of the other kind of newer food companies that are in the marketplace right now, they're going to be a I think because of an industry does move. I think it's a combination. Liz really fascinated moves early. It's slow, but and that goes across I think all areas, whether it's toys and products, whether it's you know, service quality and expectations from providers. What have you? But I think that once all of you, and and some of your competitors. Once it starts becoming a conversation, which it's not right now. I mean, it's it's some conversation specially with like fanciers keep on the inside so to speak, but one trick becoming a conversation, which I know is again, one of your goals in one of the focuses of and range then. Yeah, I think what's going. Happening is that you know, five years from now becomes the norm. Which is essentially what what certainly set you up for a lot of success. If that does and when it does become the norm that we have as expectations of the quality that you're describing and obviously goes all the way back to the manufacturing process. That is not right now aren't needs to be especially for the big guys. And it's actually the question I had. So, you know, how do you as an entrepreneur as an innovator in the pet space specifically in the pet food space? How do you have conversations right now? And I've kind of talked about this a little bit. But how do you talk to people when the oh, well, you know, I can't afford premium food. I'm doing Alpo, my grandpa fed Alpo. My dad said Alpo, and I feed out though. My dogs are fine. Sure. A little bit of I discharge little bad quality or whatever else comes with a lower quality product. How do you have that conversation? Ordeal even bother because you know, what I'm saying. Right. I totally do. And so here's what I say. There are some pet parents who just don't want to know that you know, they're buying a particular. Brand and they kind of know deep down. It's not the best possible thing for their pet. But there that's just the decision that they've made. And there was another group of parents who want to know, but there's so much misinformation out there. And so what we offer.

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"alpo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"alpo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Of high protein, low carbohydrate formulas that are really designed for optimal nutrition and people are doing some people are are making the investment, you know, they're upgrading their facilities. They're getting organic certification. They're doing all the right things. And then there are others. Who are they're not investing in. So I think there's going to be a day when equipment manufacturers are going to be very very busy. Because this is what? Consumers are going to demand while I'm with companies like Costa range in some of the other kind of newer food companies that are in the marketplace right now there it's going to be a I think because I didn't distri does move. I think it's a combination is really fast moves really slow. But and that goes across I think all areas, whether it's you know, toys and products, or whether it's, you know, service quality and expectations from providers have you? But I think that once all of new and and some of your competitors. Once it starts becoming a conversation, which it's not right now. I mean, it's some conversations specially with like fanciers, you know, people on the inside so to speak, but one trick becoming a conversation, which I know is again, one of your goals and one of the focuses of Costa range, then. Yeah, I think what's happening is that, you know, five years now becomes the norm. Which is essentially what what set you up for a lot of success. If that does and when it does become the norm that we have as expectations of the quality that you're describing and obviously goes all the way back to the manufacturing process. That is not right now. Now or it needs to be especially for the big guys. And so actually that's a question. I had so, you know, how do you as an entrepreneur and as an innovator in the pet space specifically in the pet food space? How do you have conversations right now? And I've kind of talked about this a little bit. But how do you talk to people when they go. Well, you know, I can't afford premium food. You know, I'm doing Alpo my grandpa had Alpo dad said Alpo, and I feed Alpo dogs are fine. Sure. A little bit of I discharge little bag quality or whatever else comes with a lower quality product. How do you have that conversation or even bother because you know, what I'm saying? Right. I totally do. And and so here's what I say. There are some parents who just don't want to know that you know, they're buying a particular brand, and they kind of know deep down. It's not the best possible thing for their pet. But there let's just the decision that they made. And there is another group of parents who want to know, but there's so much misinformation out there. And so what we offer. Pet parents as a free service and might my shameless little plug for Costa range, if you go to our website Harvey shameless. That's actually what jobs. It's never seen. It's always good. Right. I know, but I say this in all seriousness to the listeners, you know, go to our website Costa range dot com. We offer a free assessment of your current food. And this is a fact based assessment, none of this is driven by marketing. I mean, I literally don't have a product to sell to you yet. So all I'm giving you as the information that my team, and I have gleaned from you know, decades of working in the pet industry. I'm by far and away the the newbie, but my team has decades of experience, and we'll assessor current food. And what we'll do is. We'll tell you what we like about the formula. We'll tell you some questions that we have because one of the challenges in the pet food industry is the packaging does not give you a whole lot of information. Like if you were to go and look at your bag of dog food today, and flip it over and want to know how much carbohydrate is in that food, you won't find it. Carbohydrates are non essential nutrients. For dogs and cats, and therefore it's not required to be on the package yet if you were to go and actually calculated in some cases, it's forty fifty even sixty percent of the ingredients that are actually in the bag. And so we'll go through. We'll do that. We will. We actually do the math for you. We'll tell you what the composition is of your food. And then we'll we'll leave you have some questions, and ultimately those those are questions that the pet food manufacturer themselves can answer. I can't answer that. And so, you know, for a pet parent who's really curious you can actually call the pet food company and see what kind of a response, you'll get and more reputable brands have expertly trained highly educated people manning there one eight hundred number school give you really good answers. And then some maybe maybe not so much. And then what I say is once you know, what's really in the food. Then you have to ask yourself. Am. I getting what I'm paying for. Right. And I think there are I talked to a lot of pet parents who think they're paying for really high quality. Food. But when you actually analyze what's in the bag, it's not terribly high quality at all. And then you have a decision to make a decision to make.

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"alpo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"alpo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Some people are making the investment, you know, they're upgrading their facilities. They're getting organic certification. They're doing all the right things. And then there are others. Who are they're not investing in. So I think there's going to be a day when a manufacturers are going to be very very busy. Because this is what consumers are going to demand Plum with companies Costa range in some of the other kind of newer food companies that are in the marketplace right now, they're going to be a I think because of an industry does move. I think it's a combination it really Fastnet militarily slow, but and that goes across. I think all areas, whether it's you know, toys and products, or whether it's you know, service quality and expectations from providers. What have you? But I think that once all of you in in some of your competitors. Once it starts becoming a conversation, which it's not right now. I mean, it's it's some conversation specially with like fanciers people on the inside so to speak, but once becoming a conversation, which I know is again, one of your goals in one of the focuses of coastal range then. Yeah, I think what's going to end up happening is that five years from now becomes the norm. Which is essentially what certainly set you up for a lot of success. If that does and when it does become the norm that we have as explications of the quality that you're describing, and obviously goes all the way back to the manufacturing process that is not right now or it needs to be especially for the big guys. And so actually that's a question. I haven't. So, you know, how do you as an entrepreneur and has an innovator in the pet space specifically in the pet food space? How do you have conversations? Right. And I've kind of talked about this. A little bit. But how do you talk to people when the oh, well, you know, I can't afford premium food you I'm doing elbow. My grandpa fed Alpo, dad said Alpo feet Alpo. My dogs are fine. Sure. A little bit of I discharge little bad quality or whatever else comes with a lower quality product. How do you have that conversation? Ordeal even bother because you know, what I'm saying. Right. I totally do. And so here's what I say. There are some parents who just don't want to know that you know, they're buying a particular brand, and they kind of know deep down. It's not the best possible thing for their pet. But there that's just the decision that they made. And there was another group of parents who want to know, but there's so much misinformation out there. And so what we offer to pet parents as a free service and might my shameless little plug for coastal range. If you go to our website Harvey shameless. That's actually what jobs. It's never seen is always good. Right. I know, but I I say this in all seriousness to the listeners, you know, go to our website Costa range dot com, we offer a free assessment of your current food. And this is a fact based assessment, none of this is driven by marketing. I mean, I literally don't have a product to sell to you yet. So all I'm giving you is the information that my team, and I have gleaned from decades of working in the industry, I'm by far and away the newbie, but my team has decades of experience, and we'll assess your current food and what we'll do is. We'll tell you what we like about the formula. We'll tell you some questions that we have because one of the challenges in the pet food industry is the packaging does not give you a whole lot of information. Like if you were to go and look at your bag of dog food today, and flip it over and want to know how much carbohydrate is in that food, you won't find it. Carbohydrates are a non essential neutral. Rian for dogs and cats, and therefore it's not required to be on the package yet if you were to go and actually calculated in some cases, it's forty fifty even sixty percent of the ingredients that are actually in the bag. And so we'll go through. We'll do that. We will. We actually do the math for you. We'll tell you what the composition of your food. And then we'll we'll leave you with some questions. And ultimately, those those are questions that the pet food manufacturer themselves can answer I can't answer that. And so, you know, for a pet parent who's really curious, and you can actually call the pet food company and see what kind.

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"alpo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"alpo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"That are really designed for optimal nutrition and people are doing some people are are making the investment, you know, they're upgrading their facilities. They're getting organic certification. They're doing all the right things. And then there are others. Who are they're not investing in. So I think there's going to be a day when equipment manufacturers are going to be very very busy because this is. What consumers are going to demand. I'm with companies like Costa range, and some of the other kind of newer food companies that are in the marketplace right now, they're going to be a think because it does move. I think it's a combination is really fast moves really slow. But and that goes across I think all areas, whether it's you know, toys and products, or whether it's you know, service quality and expectations from providers. What have you? But I think that once all of you, and and some of your competitors. Once it starts becoming a conversation, which it's not right now. I mean, it's some conversations especially with like fanciers keep on the inside so to speak, but one becoming a conversation, which I know is again, one of your goals and one of the focus Costa range, then. Yeah, I think what's gonna end up happening. Is that five years from now becomes the norm? Which is essentially what what certainly set you up for a lot of success. If that does and when it does become the norm that we have as expectations of the quality that you're describing obviously goes all the way back to the manufacturing process. That is not. Right now or it needs to be especially for the big guys. And so actually that's a question. I had. So you know, how do you as an entrepreneur? And as an innovator in the pet space specifically in the pet food space. How do you have conversations right? And you kind of talked about this a little bit. But how do you talk to people when they oh, well, you know, I can't afford premium food. I'm doing Alpo my grandpa fed Alpo, dad said Alpo feet Alpo. My dogs are fine. Sure. A little bit of I discharge little bad quality or whatever else comes with a lower quality product. How do you have that conversation? Ordeal even bother because you know, what I'm saying. Right. I totally do. And and so here's what I say. There are some parents who just don't want to know that you know, they're buying a particular brand, and they kind of know deep down. It's not the best possible thing for their pet. But there let's just the decision that they've made. And there is another group of parents who want to know, but there's so much misinformation out there. And so what we offer. To pet parents as a free service, and my my shameless little plug for coastal range. If you go to our website heartbeat shameless. That's actually what jobs is always never seen unless it's always good. Right. I know, but I say this in all seriousness to the listeners, you know, go to our website Costa range dot com, we offer a free assessment of your current food. And this is a fact based assessment, none of this is driven by marketing. I mean, I literally don't have a product to sell to you yet. So all I'm giving you is the information that my team, and I have gleaned from you know, decades of working in the pet industry. I'm by far and away the the newbie, but my team has decades of experience, and we'll assess your current food and what we'll do is. We'll tell you what we like about the formula. We'll tell you some questions that we have because one of the challenges in the pet food industry is the packaging does not give you a whole lot of information. Like if you were to go and look at your bag of dog food today. And flip it over and want to know how much carbohydrate is in that food, you won't find it. Carbohydrates are a non essential nutrients for dogs and cats, and therefore it's not required to be on the package yet if you were to go and actually calculated in some cases, it's forty fifty even sixty percent of the ingredients that are actually in the bag. And so we'll go through. We'll do that. We will. We actually do the math for you. We'll tell you what the composition is of your food. And then we'll we'll leave you at some questions. And ultimately, those those are questions that the pet food manufacturer themselves can answer I can't answer that. And so, you know, for a pet parent who's really curious you can actually call the pet food company and see what kind of a response, you'll get and more reputable brands have expertly trained highly educated people manning there one eight hundred number school give you really good answers. And then some maybe maybe not so much. And then what I say is once you know, what's really in the food. Then you have. To ask yourself. Am. I getting what I'm paying for. Right. And I think there are I talked to a lot of pet parents who think they're paying for really high quality food. But when you actually analyze what's in the bag, it's not terribly high quality at all. And then you have a decision to make you have a decision to make.

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"alpo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"alpo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And people are doing some people are are making the investment, you know, they're upgrading their facilities. They're getting organic certification. They're doing all the right things. And then there are others. Who are they're not investing in. So I think there's going to be a day when equipment manufacturers are going to be very very busy. Because this is what consumers are going to demand. I'm with companies like Costa range in some of the other kind of newer food companies that are in the marketplace right now, they're going to be a I think because I didn't industry does move. I think it's a combination is really fast moves really slow. But and that goes across all areas, whether it's you know, toys and products, or whether it's you know, service quality and expectations from providers. What have you? But I think that once all of new and some of your competitors. Once it starts becoming a conversation, which it's not right now. I mean, it's some conversations specially with like fanciers people on the inside so to speak, but one becoming a conversation, which I know is again, one of your goals and one of the focuses of coastal range then. Yeah, I think what's gonna end up happening is that five years from now, it's the norm. Which is essentially what what certainly set you up for a lot of success. If that does and when it does become the norm that we have as the quality that you're describing, and obviously goes all the way back to the manufacturing process. That is not right now or needs to be especially for the big guys. And so actually that's a question. I had. So, you know, how do you as an entrepreneur as an innovator in the pet space specifically in the pet food space? How do you have conversations right now? And I've kind of talked about this a little bit. But how do you talk to people when they well. You know, I can't afford premium food. I'm doing elbow. My grandpa fed Alpo, dad said Alpo, and I feed Alpo. My dogs are fine. Sure. A little bit of I discharge little bad quality or whatever else comes with a lower quality product. How do you have that conversation? Ordeal even bother because you know, what I'm saying. Right. I totally do. And and so here's what I say. There are some parents who just don't want to know that you know, they're buying a particular brand, and they kind of know deep down. It's not the best possible thing for their pet. But there that's just the decision that they made. And there is another group of parents who want to know, but there's so much misinformation out there and so. What we offer to pet parents as a free service, and my my shameless little plug for coast range, if you go to our website heartbeat shameless. That's actually what jobs. Always never seen unless it's always good. Right. I know, but I say this in all seriousness to the listeners, you know, go to our website Costa range dot com, we offer a three assessment of your current food. And this is a fact based assessment, none of this is driven by marketing. I mean, I literally don't have a product to sell to you yet. So all I'm giving you as the information that my team, and I have gleaned from you know, decades of working in the pet industry. I'm by far and away the the newbie, but my team has decades of experience, and we'll assess your current food and what we'll do is. We'll tell you what we like about the formula. We'll tell you some questions that we have because one of the challenges in the pet food industry is the packaging does not give you a whole lot of information. Like if you were to go and look at your bag of dog food today, and flip it over and want to know how much carbohydrate is in that food, you won't find it. Carbohydrates are non essential neutral. Rian for dogs and cats, and therefore it's not required to be on the package yet if you were to go and actually calculated in some cases, it's forty fifty even sixty percents of the ingredients that are actually in the bag. And so we'll go through. We'll do that. We will. We actually do the math for you. We'll tell you what the composition is of your food. And then we'll we'll leave you have some questions, and ultimately those those are questions that the pet food manufacturer themselves can answer. I can't answer that. And so, you know, for a pet parent who's really curious you can actually call the pet food company and see what kind of response, you'll get and more reputable brands have expertly trained highly educated people manning there one eight hundred number school give you really good answers. And then some maybe maybe not so much. And then what I say is once you know, what's really in the food. Then you have to ask yourself. Am. I getting what I'm paying right? And I think there are I talked to a lot of pet parents who think they're paying for really high quality. Food. But when you actually analyze what's in the bag, it's not terribly high quality at all. And then you have a decision to make a decision.

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"alpo" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"alpo" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The Edens coming inbound thirty minutes from lake cook to the Kennedy junction Alpo, you're in good shape. Roadwork. Along the spur in both directions. Kennedy inbound thirty-seven from O'Hare to downtown seventeen off the junction fifteen in the express up on his eighteen to Montross and thirty to the airport. I one ninety still looks okay. In about on the Eisenhower forty three from three ninety thirty minutes in for Mannheim up on twenty two Mannheim, thirty three to three ninety Stevenson coming in fifty minutes from three fifty five to lakeshore drive in forty from the tri-state up on a thirty five minute ride of the tri-state forty five to the veterans tollway. Dan, Ryan close to thirty minutes from ninety fifth into downtown outbound is clear I fifty seven coming in plan on twenty from I eighty to the Ryan and twenty six on the inbound Ford makes your drive heavy northbound from eighteen through grand park. Southbound you're on the brakes Fullerton over to north avenue. See all the tollways. Chris harbor Mel spothero mobile seven eighty side of the Tri states back in the past Cicero than the eighty third street Topaz the seventy fifth high fifty five through the hands fail. Oasis speaking of I fifty five of you're trying to enter the northbound tristate from I fifty five as a for a crash. Lanes are consolidating coming out of the ramp toll plaza. There looks like left center lane is blocked for now. They're gonna move it soon. Eighty eight to the app onto ninety ramp further north from there. Eighty eight to Lawrence with a crash on the side. That's pretty solid southbound moral Irving park east ninety south three in the river of toll plaza. Kennedy eight is good east of the ongoing roadwork between Rochelle and sugar grove three. Fifty five fifty three north slows to pass maple around. Butterfield at Roosevelt around army trail road. Southbound backed up past her to Higgins Chris harbor mill. Spothero mobile seven eight not bad along I eighty or on the roads in northwest, Indiana Batavia rained Randall remains blocked off both directions between Fabian Parkway. Two mil this multi vehicle crash us. Western is a good alternate. Gurney southbound route twenty one engages lake a crash in the right lane, causing delays, traffic and weather together. On the eighth every ten minutes on.

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Steelers remove Le'Veon Bell from depth chart

Red Sox Baseball

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Steelers remove Le'Veon Bell from depth chart

"Levy on bell watch still persists in Pittsburgh Mel sign of the franchise, tag, holdout. Meanwhile, the Pittsburgh Steelers are licking their wounds after tide of the Cleveland Browns and get set to welcome the Kansas City Chiefs there there's some question marks including Ben Rothlisberger Alpo, here's head coach. Mike Tomlin biz elbow may limit him at the early forces at a week on like we've done with him in the past. We oftentimes limit him at the early portions of the week anyway as in the growth and development of the young passes, etc. His cumulative body of work over his extended career helps in charge. Are the question here is with the chiefs come into Pittsburgh does anybody out there? Take comfort in a Steelers home game after loosening are tied. I guess the opener on the road. Most teams actually played better at home. That's not a revelation to anybody. But but if they're going to get a Kansas City team that lit up the scoreboard against the chargers. I mean, this is not going to be a walk in the park, Pittsburgh needs to stop reading all their preseason clippings that had them vying for a Super Bowl put this levian bell distraction out of their mind. Go back to work nothing is given to you in the NFL.

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"alpo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"alpo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It was nice. It was all so easy. Paul play pickup football in the vacant lot across the street from his home. He ran into his ach Marie at the library. She just run into people all the time. When you kind of knew everybody in the neighborhood. Then when Paul was nine he and his family moved five hundred miles south to martinsville. Virginia. Rural Virginia didn't have all the amenities. He was used to in New Jersey, like the black and white cookies and coffee cake. He used to get at an iconic bakery. Not only lose no such thing as it was like, what do you mean by bagel Paul missed his comfort foods, but that wasn't the only thing that gave him culture shock. It was my first few days in school and. The teacher had us thick southern accent. And she was giving a spelling test. What I heard was Alpo. But she said apple, but I heard Alpo so I wrote Alpo and these people concluded that I was screaming idiot because I didn't understand how to spell apple. And I was supposed to be this great student. So. Kind of went downhill from there. For a while Paul's father was frequently relocated for work after Virginia to Delaware. Then South Carolina. Each time. The family moved Paul had to navigate a new school and a new social world. Even though he didn't realize it at the time. He was gradually developing a strategy to cope with all the moves. I didn't really interact a whole lot with folks because it's just like we're going to move again. So I didn't want the pain. I guess Paul eventually went off to study at the citadel a military college in South Carolina when he arrived. He was told that his classmates would become lifelong friends, but after the graduated Paul found his former classmates were not very eager to stay in touch Paul's life took its own trajectory. He got married had a child he got divorced in his thirties. Paul went to law school and remarried just like before he made acquaintances, but I always in this place where. In my mind. Everything was of incident. He didn't quite realize it, but his social world was shrinking the acquaintances he made state acquaintances..

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"alpo" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"alpo" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Featuring, more mainstream news. Outlets, in relatively fewer conservative sites in the results he sees Mr. Trump. Accuses the search giant of suppressing right wing views on its platform tech analyst rob Enderle founder of. The Enderle group is here to help explain impart how Google conducts its mysterious searches rob give us some of the basics I think. The one of the big basics is you know. Everybody is biased so the soda if you're not getting the, news that, you wanna see regardless of air it's pulling the traffic you're going to see what you. Even you're gonna you're gonna see Result that's. Connected to that bias at right now the negative being generated around the president likely exceeds by some significant. Margin positive. In surrounding, us is efforts and that means that if you search on President Trump chances are that toppers. Holzer to see off from the major. Newsrooms and and be and be negative with FOX, probably being, the one stellar. Example on the, other side so up so it's gonna look by us even if it's, not now Google pretty. Pretty sick misstep specked about their algorithm. I do. Remember that Derek There then chairman and CEO was closely connected President, Obama and, his effort to Dow clearly if they'd. Planned to Al Alpo Hillary Clinton they were active so the so the about it is believed that they helps Obama significantly with his use of of analytics and one. Of his success and his own election so there is that connection and there was also a lot of concern about how. Much they were helping that campaign on and off the record because the company's leadership and the Obama administration. Was so close to the there is there is at, least some smoke surrounding new the the the concern that the president has raised I'm actually kinda surprised it took, so long to go down this particular path only because Google and. Obama we're so close it closely connected and the president. Has been so let's say, he has been the most. Positive about the Obama administration So what is actually going on here then it really comes down to the heck is as you even even if it. Is unbiased and and let's. Be clear developing an unbiased algorithm is virtually impossible. Until we get to a point where machines can develop it and even though even, then if those machines were created, with bias, that bias will. Pass through so getting rid of bias ones is introduced is almost impossible and because humans are bias if humans create these algorithms the chance that this is. Biased does actually almost certainly, just we don't know what the nature of the biases unless you actually do some balances and say run-up when the Google search engine against others I did do that during the Bava term and it did look like it was favoring when you, compare it, against bang it was favoring baba more. Than Bing did which could equally mean that Bing was biased as as it would mean that Google was biased book certainly indicator because the two algorithms and very differently. I'm speaking with tech analyst rob Enderle talked about how Google does it It searches since President Trump's accusation has brought this to the forefront I was this was what Google does forced media outlets to tinker. With things for themselves to. Try to get better recognition obviously on Google Oh that's it Part of the part of the issue is for everybody now is. To get clicks and so and that means you have people that are actually read the article, and so you you see bizarre behavior out, of our click we call them beta headlines that have really nothing to do with the story of the gets people on. My real well now you're into it has nothing to do with what President Trump Madden relations with the, goat or something and you you. Get any doubt they're talking about a GTO. Pontiac or. Something it's not it's really not related to what you thought you were. Going to read, and and sadly that started to drift behavior started to drift into over news l- outlets for. A long time she'll see up ahead live and it. Really has, not I, mean it's. It's it's inflammatory it sounds really interesting when you read the article about. So much so so it really has as, s. four stub the newspaper news organizations to do things that probably aren't that ethical in terms of, in, terms of Presenting something that isn't what it really is but you know they gotta. Make money and they've got to make my, people are clicking on the articles are not making any money so belli's stuff the difficult Google dot A, pretty good job of of reducing, both the quality and the quantity of what we might. Call unbiased reporting, largely because if you want clicks your appeal to somebody's bias whether that be conservative or a liberal or whatever and and not only forces content it forces how you how you structure and lead content and so you, you really doused become more difficult to make a, delineation between, real news and fake news because there's so much arguably fake news now coming out of, reputable media sites only because they're altering their stories in some. Way shape or, form to get collects rob tech analyst rob Enderle founder of the Enderle group. Nineteen minutes.

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"alpo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"alpo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Very, cool very. Cool Those of you watching on YouTube or Facebook or, listening on the podcast and you know what we were referring to with. Nerd and, free spirit What we've discovered. And it's kind of a joke but it's kind of not a joke Is that usually when you get married, opposites attract one of you suspend her Saver one of you likes details and administrative tasks like quote doing, the bills and one. Of you doesn't and the. One that likes the details we call the nerd that's me at my. House, I'm the nerd in, the pocket protector for, your. Pencils and all that right and the, whole, deal the whole nerd thing right They're just administrative that's. All it means because usually one of you does that, more than the other the other one is called the free spirit and the free, spirit has fun they. Don't like to be told. What to do with the rules and systems and that kind of thing. My. Wife is more the. Free spirit of our. House Oddly enough she's. A saver free spirit I may spend her nerd most of the time the nerd. Is a saver in the free spirits suspender most the time but not always. In the point is is that there's opposites attract right when you're dating when you're dating it's kind of. Cute when you get married it's what makes you mad Opposites attract labor cat used to say if two people just. To like get married. One of us unnecessary, so you need each other You nerds. Need a free spirit so you. Have what's known as fun in your life you, otherwise would never engage in this thing called fun you, would never enjoy your money you free spirits need. A nerd in your life so you don't. Have to, retire. Him by that cookbook seventy two ways to prepare Alpo and love it the nerd will. Have a plan for everything They'll lay out. A detailed process for accomplishing our. Goals and they're big rule keepers by the way, we nerds are we like our rules and you stick, to the rules don't mess with the rules free. Spirits by nature are big rule breakers and But the trick is when you can sit down together and you have a written plan that both, of you looked at. Both of you had a vote on and both of you are in agreement on him we're in agreement on our goal our goal is to. Get out of debt because that gives us control of our most powerful wealth-building tool which. Is our income we want. To get that moving so we can win, and.

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"alpo" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"alpo" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"We were referring to with. Nerd and, free spirit What we've. Discovered and it's kind of a joke but it's kinda not a joke Is that usually when you get married opposites, attract one of you suspend her Saver one of you likes details and administrative tasks like quote doing, the bills and one. Of you doesn't and the. One that likes the details we call the nerd that's me at my. House, I'm the nerd in, the pocket protector for, your. Pencils and all that right and the, whole, deal the whole nerd thing right They're just administrative. That's all it means because usually one of you does, that more than the other the other one's called the free spirit and the free, spirit has fun they. Don't like to be told. What to do with the rules and systems and that kind of thing. My. Wife is more the. Free spirit at our. House Oddly enough she's. A saver free. Spirit I may spend her nerd most of the time the nerd is a saver. In the free spirits suspender most the time but not always in the. Point is is that there's opposites attract right when you're dating when you're when you're dating it's kind of. Cute when you get married it's what makes you mad Opposites attract labor cat used to say if two people just. To like get married. One of us unnecessary, so you need each other You nerds. Need a free spirit so you. Have what's known as fun in your life you, otherwise would never engage in this thing called fun you, would never enjoy your money you free spirits need. A nerd in your life so you don't. Have to, retire. Him by that cookbook seventy two ways to prepare Alpo and love it the nerd will. Have a plan for everything They'll lay out a detailed process for accomplishing our goals and they're big rule keepers. By the way we nerds are. We like our rules and you stick to the rules don't mess with the rules free spirits by nature, are big rule breakers. And but the trick is when you can sit down together and you have a written plan. That both of you looked at both of you had. A vote on and both of you are in agreement. On him we're in agreement on. Our goal our goal is to get out of, debt because that gives us control of our most powerful, wealth-building tool which is our income we want to. Get that moving so.

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"alpo" Discussed on The Undersiders

The Undersiders

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"alpo" Discussed on The Undersiders

"Washington DC nineteen Ninety-one. A young yorker amidst murderer. Fourteen people. One of them is his best friend in partner for him. It wasn't personal. It was just business once known as the mayor of Haarlem, inspiring artists like Jay z fifty cent his name lives in infamy as the ultimate symbol of trail. This is the story of Bertone Getty's Martinez aka Alpo. Alberta was born on June eighth nineteen sixty six. He grew up in east Harlem, aka Spanish, Harlem. A Trulia, Rican, Avella patio. It's a well known hub for Puerto Rican experts. Most families living today have parents and grandparents coming from the island to New York. During the fifties and sixties. The neighborhood was an up and coming place to live back then. But a finance crisis struck the city during the nineteen seventy when major cities including the your stop getting federal funding soon. Predominantly black and latte, neighborhoods like Harlem and the Bronx collapsed completely overwhelmed by drug issues and crime. They became some of the worst places to live in New York. During the seventies local government would abandon them as well. Focusing on funding whiter, neighborhoods and tours, friendly parts of the city. Soon neighborhood. Watch star organizations popped up around Harlem to take care of their people. One of them was the young lords of far left group, Puerto Rican, political activists modeled after the Black Panthers home. They were close to. The New York financial crisis will create some legendary activists, musicians, like to parks court, a Harlem native before becoming the California icon. We know his childhood however, could have been like that of young Roberto Martinez out Berta lived in our body with his mother and two siblings. His older brother Flocco had major psychiatric problems. Alburto was a likable young easy going with the broad smile and a kind nature, everyone loved, but that made them easy target on the hard streets of Harlem. Alberto's mother was protective of breaking up fights. Burt, oh, God quoting because he was getting pushed around by the kids on his block. His mother had put all her hopes into Alberto to keep them off the streets. His mother enrolled him in the fresh air fund a summer camp for young people from disadvantaged neighborhoods every summer at Berta will go live with the Clintons, ah, quiet. Middle class couple who treated him like a member of their family at the Clintons house. He discovered another way of living the good life of middle class. America were houses was tallest four storey buildings and back with the size of playgrounds for young man from Spanish Harlem. This was a life out Bertel could get used to and he wanted that life, whatever it took any planned on making it happen by joining the military as a marine when he turned eighteen, but he'd never get the chance. Holidays don't last forever from the nice houses in the suburbs. Alberto came back home to the grimy streets of Harlem for the school year. Alberta was sick of getting jumped by kids on the street. So we learned to defend himself after school Alberto started boxing, he trained with a friend from the neighborhood Wilfred the radar Benitez one of the best Puerto Rican boxes of all time appro. By the time he was seventeen but need as we're going to win three world titles during his career. Alberta was quite a good fighter, but he never won his battles against poverty, boxing lessons costs more than our Berta could afford. He was tired of running to his mother for everything both physically and financially Alberto drought, boxing dropped out of school and started learning his lessons from the street. It was an unfortunate turning point form. He was so good. He could've turned pro as a team like

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Episode 8: Alberto "Alpo" Martinez

The Undersiders

05:17 min | 2 years ago

Episode 8: Alberto "Alpo" Martinez

"Washington DC nineteen Ninety-one. A young yorker amidst murderer. Fourteen people. One of them is his best friend in partner for him. It wasn't personal. It was just business once known as the mayor of Haarlem, inspiring artists like Jay z fifty cent his name lives in infamy as the ultimate symbol of trail. This is the story of Bertone Getty's Martinez aka Alpo. Alberta was born on June eighth nineteen sixty six. He grew up in east Harlem, aka Spanish, Harlem. A Trulia, Rican, Avella patio. It's a well known hub for Puerto Rican experts. Most families living today have parents and grandparents coming from the island to New York. During the fifties and sixties. The neighborhood was an up and coming place to live back then. But a finance crisis struck the city during the nineteen seventy when major cities including the your stop getting federal funding soon. Predominantly black and latte, neighborhoods like Harlem and the Bronx collapsed completely overwhelmed by drug issues and crime. They became some of the worst places to live in New York. During the seventies local government would abandon them as well. Focusing on funding whiter, neighborhoods and tours, friendly parts of the city. Soon neighborhood. Watch star organizations popped up around Harlem to take care of their people. One of them was the young lords of far left group, Puerto Rican, political activists modeled after the Black Panthers home. They were close to. The New York financial crisis will create some legendary activists, musicians, like to parks court, a Harlem native before becoming the California icon. We know his childhood however, could have been like that of young Roberto Martinez out Berta lived in our body with his mother and two siblings. His older brother Flocco had major psychiatric problems. Alburto was a likable young easy going with the broad smile and a kind nature, everyone loved, but that made them easy target on the hard streets of Harlem. Alberto's mother was protective of breaking up fights. Burt, oh, God quoting because he was getting pushed around by the kids on his block. His mother had put all her hopes into Alberto to keep them off the streets. His mother enrolled him in the fresh air fund a summer camp for young people from disadvantaged neighborhoods every summer at Berta will go live with the Clintons, ah, quiet. Middle class couple who treated him like a member of their family at the Clintons house. He discovered another way of living the good life of middle class. America were houses was tallest four storey buildings and back with the size of playgrounds for young man from Spanish Harlem. This was a life out Bertel could get used to and he wanted that life, whatever it took any planned on making it happen by joining the military as a marine when he turned eighteen, but he'd never get the chance. Holidays don't last forever from the nice houses in the suburbs. Alberto came back home to the grimy streets of Harlem for the school year. Alberta was sick of getting jumped by kids on the street. So we learned to defend himself after school Alberto started boxing, he trained with a friend from the neighborhood Wilfred the radar Benitez one of the best Puerto Rican boxes of all time appro. By the time he was seventeen but need as we're going to win three world titles during his career. Alberta was quite a good fighter, but he never won his battles against poverty, boxing lessons costs more than our Berta could afford. He was tired of running to his mother for everything both physically and financially Alberto drought, boxing dropped out of school and started learning his lessons from the street. It was an unfortunate turning point form. He was so good. He could've turned pro as a team like

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"alpo" Discussed on TalkRadio 1370AM

TalkRadio 1370AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"alpo" Discussed on TalkRadio 1370AM

"You retire with dignity you don't have to bother cookbook seventy three ways to prepare alpo and love it you can retire with dignity but you have to on purpose and getting out of debt in order to invest as shortest way and what is to me is that the almost the entire financial industry focuses on one part of the equation and that's the investing part of the question and they all have a bunch of theories now i've had all the letters and licenses after my name i have a degree in finance i've had all the licenses in the business dropped all of them because i didn't want to be regulated what i could say here on the air the only licensed i still have actors morillas state license have had it since i was eighteen and they don't regulate much so that i'm gonna keep that one but you know the rest of it is just it is amazing the number of people in the financial world whether they're financial advisers writers bloggers whatever they do that have opinions about money that don't have any money and who's track record on teaching people to invest in getting them to invest sucks three percent of the public is where all of those people make their money off wealthy people they make all their money off while they and most of the advisors out there won't fool with you if you don't have some money they don't want sit down.

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"alpo" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"alpo" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"And when you're this will be low and you'll facts out they knew sets boots b o 80 batch of selfrule pashtoon alpo or you did get caught than bleeding mupeia problem tell us about the new therapy then how rapidly to things change the often had she had a gene therapy infusion it was properly within about six to eight weeks of somali levels really starts to rise uh the about two mumps somo levels were above above where they should be if you eat attest to be that die i wouldn't have had him failure because my affect rate levels were back to a normal level at site a be icy months since i had my loss facts right infusion really so it's not just when the therapy is happening but it's continuous it goes on to do you need to keep up with the gene therapy on ought not it was one infusion and that sort of quotes work a goes work my buddy took about six to eight weeks to get me to the level i am today anam touch w today while levels are still perfect to the point where vasbruin tested by someone who did not anything stay they would not say i had him theater anymore because my levels a target any side effects uh not not not not so jay coma they received gene therapy for his hemophilia should everything on the internet be equally accessible all should the companies we pay for our online access be able to control what we can see and when those are the big questions around the issue of net neutrality and regulators in the us egita vote on thursday on changing the rules with more his on north america technology reported dave lay many of the people who built the internet and it services have called for the vote to be cancelled saying those who are making the decision simply do not know what they are doing without net neutrality protections campaigners fay internet service providers will be able to charge more for things like video streaming unfairly prioritising certain companies the fcc chairman aajit pie caused those claims by hysterical.

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"alpo" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"alpo" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"And when you're this will be low and you'll facts out they knew sets boots b o 80 batch of selfrule pashtoon alpo or you did get caught than bleeding mupeia problem tell us about the new therapy then how rapidly to things change the often had she had a gene therapy infusion it was properly within about six to eight weeks of somali levels really starts to rise uh the about two mumps somo levels were above above where they should be if you eat attest to be that die i wouldn't have had him failure because my affect rate levels were back to a normal level at site a be icy months since i had my loss facts right infusion really so it's not just when the therapy is happening but it's continuous it goes on to do you need to keep up with the gene therapy on ought not it was one infusion and that sort of quotes work a goes work my buddy took about six to eight weeks to get me to the level i am today anam touch w today while levels are still perfect to the point where vasbruin tested by someone who did not anything stay they would not say i had him theater anymore because my levels a target any side effects uh not not not not so jay coma they received gene therapy for his hemophilia should everything on the internet be equally accessible all should the companies we pay for our online access be able to control what we can see and when those are the big questions around the issue of net neutrality and regulators in the us egita vote on thursday on changing the rules with more his on north america technology reported dave lay many of the people who built the internet and it services have called for the vote to be cancelled saying those who are making the decision simply do not know what they are doing without net neutrality protections campaigners fay internet service providers will be able to charge more for things like video streaming unfairly prioritising certain companies the fcc chairman aajit pie caused those claims by hysterical.

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