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Reilly Smith's First Career Hat Trick Lifts Vegas to 4-1 Win
"Reilly Smith recorded his first career hat trick in the golden knights pulled into a tie with the hurricanes for the presidents trophy lead by defeating the blues for one get out there so our stock we see a big knock me on it but knows a lot of people out here that's not exactly at Chandler Stephenson also scored and Marc Andre Fleury stopped twenty shots as the knights extended their home winning streak to a season high seven games biggest allowed just seven shots over the first two periods with the seventh turning into a goal by Colton parade co the golden knights have a four point lead over the avalanche in the west division heading into their showdown with Colorado on Monday the ads have a game in hand I'm Dave Ferrie
Pietrangelo Gets Winner for Golden Knights in OT Over Wild
"Alex Pietrangelo scored one fifty three into overtime to send the golden knights past the wild three to the translocation or the credit for his goal to Alex talk three one three if you can find a whole find a pocket you're gonna have a good chance of documentary pasturing the soul the shot no luck it was that was a great play by and Chandler Stephenson had a second period goal and Reilly Smith furnish the tying score late in the third for Vegas after Kerr real caprice up scored two goals in it too tense band midway through the period for the wild Marc Andre Fleury stopped twenty six shots for the west leading knights who are five points ahead of the third place wild can tablet made thirty one saves for Minnesota which went five wanted to against Vegas this season I'm Dave very
Red Wings outlast Lightning for 1-0 victory in shootout
"Same Gagnier scored to end an eight round shoot out and give the red wings a one nothing victory over the lightning Thomas Greiss handle thirty three shots in his second shutout of the season and fifteenth of his career always the rate on the team is doing a much and that's a huge block study was big down the hall then you were watching it was a great trouble although the price appeared to allow third period goal by Andre plot but the score was negated by goaltender interference after a video review Detroit was called for two penalties in a fourteen second stretch late in the third but the lightning couldn't cash in on the five on three power play database Curtis mackel Haney made fifteen saves over three periods and O. T. I'm Dave Ferrie
Los Angeles Lakers Suffer Disastrous Loss to Sacramento Kings
"An unbelievably bad performance by the Lakers and a game in which the kings were missing some of their better players, including de'aaron Fox and the Lakers just kind of did what they've done. All season long and turned the ball over too much and just flat-out miss open shots. And we saw that happen time and time again. Let's get into the stands real quick before I start taking your questions and comments here. So the Kings shoot, 45% from the field, not great. But they shot 36% from 3 and ninety percent from the line. That makes a difference compared to a Lakers team who shot 51% from the field and 25% from 3 and 71% for the line. If you can't shoot, you can't win really tough to win games when you can't put the ball in the basket. Again at The Rim, okay? 51% off. You can't hit 3s in the modern NBA. You're in big big trouble in the Lakers again, 25%. That's the game. That's the game right there. If you shoot league-average, even just league-average from 3, you win this game by a margin but instead, the Lakers are missing a lot of their three-point attempts tonight. And then the turnovers 21, turnovers for the Lakers. Again, cannot do that, that's a problem. They've had most of the Season. At one point, the worst team in the NBA when it came to turnovers. Haven't checked it recently, but they are still up there. They've been really, really bad. Turning the ball over for most of the season. They did get better for a little bit there. They got a little bit better. Dead shooter was starting to rain things in a little bit it wasn't being an Optima optimistic password so much tonight that was not the case. They completely regressed in the turnover Department. It got really bad there and then the other piece to this the offensive rebounds 11:00 to 11:00. 11:00 offensive boards for the Lakers 11 offensive boards for the Kings. You can't do that. If you are having a front line that has Andre Drummond and Anthony Davis on it. Plus LeBron James, you have to absolutely dominate unquestionably down, Nate the glass,
Sport Unites for Social Media Boycott Against Online Abuse
"Social media is spreading. Now the sport's governing body is joining all the players and clubs who have decided to stay off these platforms to protest online racist abuse. English cricket and rugby clubs of sign on so of the organizers of the Wimbledon tennis. Turk it tournament. Paul Phyllis in racist abuse online is not new, but it gives a little more context about why they're making this move right now. Yes. So, basically, I think what's happened Is that because of Cove it on because basically, I mean, look football players they used to being shouted out on the touchline zones on the Saturday afternoon that hasn't happened for a long time on a lot of the abuse has basically moved online. There's been a massive increase and a lot of it sadly. Is racist on day. Players have just had enough. And I think that what began, as you say, is the kind of football clubs doing it has now been joined by rugby and cricket. Andre Formula One have been talking about doing it, and I think what we're basically seeing here is the frustration of social media companies. Just don't move fast enough on things that impact people's lives when it comes to online abuse, and and the you know, I was listening to Terry on Rio's a former French international football player today, saying, Look when it's issues of copyright, or things that are gonna cost people money. They move fast when it's not about money, but how it impacts on people's lives and reputations. They take too long, and I think that's the thing they want. Social Media companies toe act a little bit more like a newsroom and react to things quickly, rather than Allowing things that just drag on until this such a powerful backlash that something gets done. And, you know, people have had enough. And I think you know the UK has tried to do with racism on the terraces. While the terrorists is our empty they're trying to do with racism online. Well, David McGoldrick plays for Sheffield
Pacioretty Scores Twice, Golden Knights Beat Avalanche 5-2
"The golden knights widened their lead in the west division is Max patch ready scored twice in a five two win over the second place avalanche Vegas's won a team record ten in a row and moved six points ahead of Colorado with the apps having a game in hand the knights of outscore teams forty five seventeen during the win streak William Karlsson mark stone and Jennifer Marcia so also scored for Vegas Marc Andre Fleury made thirty five saves while improving to fifteen eight and two lifetime against Colorado Devine tames Arion graves scored for the apps I'm Dave Ferrie
Durant Scores 33 Points in Return, Nets Beat Suns 128-119
"Kevin Durant poured in thirty three points on twelve of twenty one shooting in twenty eight minutes off the bench helping the nets are to one twenty eight one nineteen win over the sun's directness Brooklyn's previous three games after bruising his left side early in a loss to Miami last Sunday Kyra Irving paced Brooklyn with thirty four points and Blake Griffin added fifteen as the next move one and a half games ahead of the seventy Sixers Devin Booker scored thirty six points in the Andre eight medic twenty with thirteen rebounds for the sons who are tied for second with the clippers in the west and two games behind the jazz I'm Dave Ferrie
A Gay Teen Struggles to Exist in 'Moffie'
"This is fresh air. Our film critic Justin Chang recently caught up with the new movie Mafi, which tells the story of a white South African teenager hiding his sexuality as a young soldier under apartheid in the early 19 eighties. You can stream it now on many major platforms. Here's Justin's review the brutal and mesmerizing new film Muffy takes place in South Africa in 1981 when white teenage boys are conscripted to fight in the country's border wars. Story follows a group of these young men as they endure the rigors of basic training and are sent to fight communist forces from neighboring Angola. The conflict that most concerns The movie, adapted from Andre Carl Vandermeer Vase autobiographical novel is the one raging inside. It's 16 year old protagonist, Nicholas He's coming to grips with his homosexuality in an environment that couldn't be more hostile to it. Nicholas, played by a quietly magnetic newcomer named Kai Luke Brummer feels like an outsider from the start, and not just because of his forbidden desires. He was born in England, as anyone can tell from his accent and gets hazed by some of his more loudest comrades early on. That's nothing compared with the verbal and physical abuse dished out by their commanding officers who make our Lee Ermey in full metal jacket look downright cuddly. Nicholas makes connections, too. Befriends another young man, Michael, who was quick to defend him against bullies. Nicholas Forge is a much more dangerous bond in secret one rainy night when the young men are forced to dig trenches and sleep in them. Seeing Nicholas Shiver miserably in the cold. Another soldier, Dylan gently persuades him to curl up next to him for warmth. What happens next is fairly tame. As movie seductions go, nothing more explicit, it suggested than a few tender caresses and piercing glances. It has a
Burakovsky Scores 2, Avs Beat Blues to Clinch Playoff Berth
"The avalanche clinch a playoff spot with a four two win over the blues at enterprise centre Colorado was playing for the first time since April fourteenth due to a Colbert pause and they get a pair of goals from Andre Burakovsky you can have any excuse initially I mean even if we feel a little bad and sickle red M. and M. being off for been off for a couple days I mean every time you put the skates on young you gotta come out go out and compete I mean you got it you got to do a job no matter what brand inside appear Edward bill Maher also scored for the ABS who are eighteen one and two in the last twenty one games Jaden Schwartz scored twice for St Louis is they lose their third straight David Duke wins in net Jordan Bennington takes the loss I'm Mike Reeves
"andres" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
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Mexico Plans 17 Shelters for Children on Southern Border
"The northern border with the U. S. All this because of a wave of child migrants coming from Central America. The shelters were largely be set up and run by Mexico's Child welfare agency, which may use some of its own existing daycare centers and other facilities. President Andres Manuel Lopez over door said yesterday that the situation is very worrisome and he expanded compact and the expanding capacity was needed to look out for the welfare of minors. It's 11 43 now in Washington sports Coming up every day can bring changes challenge. Edges and opportunities that can
"andres" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
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"andres" Discussed on V103
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"andres" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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Golden Knights Top Ducks to Move Into Tie Atop West Division
"Mark stone Max patch ready and Nicholas why each had a goal and an assist for the golden knights in a five two win over the ducks past ready gave the golden knights a one nothing lead just three twenty five into the game stone had his fourth consecutive multi point game matching his career best three points league you get two or three chances in the game after berry one because you're not gonna get five or six so I think the difference now is was burned down yeah a focus noon to finish off plays Alex potential Alex talk also scored goals while Marc Andre Fleury made thirty three saves as the golden knights extended their winning streak to six games matching a season best Vegas is pulled into a first place tie with Colorado in the west while the avalanche deal with over nineteen inches I'm Dave Ferrie
"andres" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
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Vigil Held for Employees Slain During FedEx Shooting
"Vigils were held this weekend. Following the mass shooting at a fedex ground facility that left eight people dead and several injured. Darian benson is with member station w. f. y. multiple fedex. Employees attended a vigil saturday along with community faith leaders and gun control action groups so day law is an employee at the facility. She says it is hard to find the correct words to describe the situation. But you see everything like mass shootings on the news in movies. But you never think it's going to happen to you and your friends de la. Oh says her ex coworkers are like extended family and she knew several of the deceased victims at another vigil representative. Andre carson acknowledged several other mass shootings. This year. live here. Indianapolis is real. It's real in boulder real in atlanta eight candles were lit to represent the eight deceased victims for npr news. I'm darren benson in indianapolis indianapolis now say the nineteen year. Old gunman legally bought two rifles. Used in the fedex shooting despite the confiscation of shotgun from his home last
Community Gathers at Vigils for FedEx Shooting Victims
"Vigils were held this weekend following the mass shooting at a FedEx ground facility that left eight people dead and several injured Darien Benson From member station W F Y I has more multiple FedEx employees attended a vigil Saturday along with community faith leaders and gun control action groups. Savannah Day Law is an employee at the facility, she says. It is hard to find the correct words to describe the situation like you see everything like that. Shootings are like News in movies, but you never think it's gonna happen to you and your friends. De la O says her FedEx coworkers are like extended family, and she knew several of the deceased victims. At another visual representative Andre Carson, acknowledged several other mass shootings this year. The loss of life here in Indianapolis is real. It's real in Boulder, it's real. In Atlanta, eight candles were let to represent the eight deceased victims. For
An Undermanned Lakers Leads to a 40 Point Score For Jaylen Brown
"Well and and tonight heading in the Celtics were a six-point favorite according to oddsshark in terms of where they would come out and they and they certainly covered there. They wanted the game bike game. Eight. So if you pick the Celtics in this one that I guess you came out on top of it, but the Celtics came in as the favorite we thought the Celtics would win this game and they really came out firing. I mean the big problem was Jaylen Brown through most of the of the night. I mean we finish up with 40 points. He's the guy they turned to when when things start to get close in the fourth, he came back and scored a couple of buckets and I look at this as as two things off for one. Jaylen Brown is is just a good player. But the second thing is the Lakers just didn't have anybody to put on him. I mean the the guys you would probably turns you would include Anthony Davis LeBron James Markieff Morris all of them sidelined and then you don't even have Andre Drummond to meet him at The Rim when he's driving and he took advantage of I mean credit to Jaylen brown, but I think a lot of this game was just sick of how many guys the Lakers have out injured right now.
Suns Get Big Night From Bench, Cruise Past Heat 106-86
"D. Andre eight and led the way with nineteen points and thirteen rebounds as the Suns overcame a thirteen point first quarter deficit to defeat the heat won all six eighty six despite off nights by Devin Booker and Chris Paul for reserve scored in double figures as the bench combined for a season high sixty five points Phoenix has now won ten of their last eleven games including three straight Jimmy Butler led the heat with eighteen points and eight assists towards here Phoenix
Drummond a Better Addition to Lakers Than Rondo to Clippers
"We'll really both teams. Latest editions have paid off saturday. Andre drummond helped lead the lakers in an upset win over the nets. Thanks to his twenty points and eleven rebounds while yesterday rajon rondo dropped five ten points in the fourth quarter. Help the clippers close out the pistons in a comeback win so shannon waiting to think long and hard about this who is the better acquisition from in oregon out here. I think both gas were what the doctor ordered I think would rondo. Does he is allow. He allows paul george and kawhi not to worry about the ball handling situation especially late in the ball game so now they can do what they really good. At that score the basketball rondo will always get them into the right set. He will always do the right thing. Andre drummond is. This is just what the doctor ordered scale because he gives them. Something that the lakers didn't have the size and strength on the block. A guy that could score down there a guy that could rebound down there and a guy that can defend down there so for me. I'm going to say audrey draw. But although i believe rondo a great acquisition andre drummond is going to be the difference between the lakers winning and losing the title. Because i believe skips if you remember last year would they could do. Is that javagal. Into why they all they own for the most time they own the rebounding advantage. I believe this is going to be another situation that they're gonna get a lot of second chance opportunities because the look the other night i think andre drummond had offense rebounds that gives you another opportunity to possibly get. Am one adult or is going to be kicked out to a wide. Open three point shooter so for me. I'm gonna take andre drummond. 'cause i love and plus he three in august this year
Lakers pull away after ejections, rout Nets 126-101
"I W. junction help the Los Angeles Lakers rout the Brooklyn that's one twenty six the one oh one LA was up for early in the second half of the Lakers Dennis Rubin that's Carrie Irving were both ejected after verbal spat away then outscored the nets sixty to thirty nine the rest of the way Irving scored eighteen in the first half intruder nineteen LA also played without the injured lebron James Anthony Davis Andre Drummond in his third game of the Lakers let them both in points with twenty in rebounds with eleven that's played without the injured James harden Kevin Durant led Brooklyn with twenty two points I'm John Merriam
Prince Philip Didn’t Want the ‘Fuss’ and ‘Frills’ of ‘a Massive Funeral
"Years of age. His marriage to Queen Elizabeth was the longest marriage in the history of the royal family. Yeah, they were married back in 1947. Let's go live to London and get the latest from Fox News Radio Simon Owen. Simon. Such sad news. How was his death announced? Hey, Good morning. I'm outside the gates of Buckingham Palace, And this was one of the places where the news was published. There was a notice the palace gates, which Gave the briefest of details announcing village death on But we got a message from the palace around the same time saying that the queen announced with deep sorrow, the death of her beloved husband. That was how they freed and they said, Well, it died actually at home at Windsor Castle this morning, he was 99. Years old Andre people are now coming down to the palace. It's complicated slightly by throwing a virus restrictions and no mass gatherings allowed here, But there's a few 100 people at the moment gathered outside the gates, a few of them laying flowers. I just went to one man and you know, he said. It was 99 not a surprise that you're 99 you, You may die of old age. It's no sadness still shocking. This is somebody who is being a very prominent presence in British society for many, many decades. What else is expected to happen today? Simon? I'm sure they're in the process of getting some sort of form of funeral celebration taking place and I guess under the auspices still of Cove it will there be a big if you want to say funeral, Will it be more private? Wait. We don't know at this stage and I must say, I sort of raised down. I haven't checked what The latest rules are in Britain. The funeral because definitely being restricted for the past year or so. The restricted they're starting to be eased. The Royals generally don't like to be seen to be breaking the rules or making exceptions for themselves, so I would imagine it would be in line with what whatever is allowed, which could potentially be a very small on very private affair, finished fitting himself reportedly said down the years it is where
"andres" Discussed on Steam Talk
"Those treatments are very specialized only a very small subset of the patients. So we're talking like 1% of the kids may have it and they only treat them when they are two or three years old before the show any signs of the disease. So it's not something that somebody who already is in a wheelchair would benefit from right and that's what I tell my students. This is what we can make a difference. I those folks that are doing that kind of research that is amazing. Maybe one day they'll prevent any kid from getting sick right are millions of people out there who are going to be sick with this disease and we might be able to have an impact by birth. Turn it down or or sort of reverting something, you know to help them. So once the damage is done to the muscle then that's it. There's no repairing it. Right, right. Yeah, and that's one of the tragic thing is that even some of the repair Machinery that the muscles normally have. For example, when you go to the gym when you engage in any type of exercise you do in doing some type of Micro damage to your muscle, right and your muscle has this amazing Machinery that allows it to heal itself and to grow and that's how people bulk up when they go to the gym basically, right? However, that is targeting more the engine part of the of muscle that the part the contract the part makes the force not the part that withstand those forces. And so some of the the the ways that muscles try to cope with the damage for example inflammation and some of these steps that any tissue that you have we'll try to to basically said Is said chain of events to kind of overcome the damage that has happened people have come up with the idea that this is actually making things even worse. So some of the amazing that is available for patients with muscular dystrophy aren't actually treating the disease but treating the response of the body to the disease, right? So anti-inflammatories like, you know, things like that. These are things that are not really targeting muscular dystrophy, but rather what the muscle is doing now that it's breaking right right. It's more like alleviating the symptoms rather than the ride like in the symptom is really the muscle trying to cure itself, but it's just not working out and there are a number of things that we have them in order to folks in in our lab also have seen that kind of makes this more tragic, you know, and so one of the things that happens when the muscles break Is calcium which is you know, probably familiar with it. Many things is a very important component of all right, right positive. Right and we use it for signaling thought. Oh, yeah. I like the cat shown in the forecast. Maybe you can take a picture but you know this the kind of calcium is important for the Masters to contract in muscular dystrophy. One of the things that happens with the muscle break is that the the stores will discuss humans being kept safely get out of the way get broken and costume kind of leaks and goes everywhere and that leads to the muscle becoming hyper contracted because the calcium is the one that decides now the month contract and so now you have a muscle that it's week, but it's also Contracting when you shouldn't be contracting and you know, Kelsey mm because the calcium is their birth And not only that but when you're moving around if you think of your arms or your legs you have sets of muscles are act in a position to each other. Right? So you're bisexual tracks your tricep relaxes in your arm. Right? And so one muscle contracts the other.
"andres" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"Foot should be a more important topic even on the presidentials well and it's going to become a bigger challenge given the climate change that we're experiencing parts of the world in which In which the reliable food sources are going to be threatened by changes in the climate for example in Haiti. I have a big project that I've been going down and down where I have these farm and we provide the best civils to a school nearby in the middle of the mountains from Barrett Stampa. And they've been trying to drill. Go Down to look for water and we cannot time water. It's dry part of the island is technology. We're GONNA have to mesmerizing technology. Where investing in these machine that he's not able to provide more than fifty gallons of water per day. Only straddling the humidity of the air. That technologies there. We're going to have to more to invest quicker to Invest Pastor to make sure dad precisely those problems become opportunities if there we have. No water is a good way to do it. Using solar energy we can be bringing water to that little town in the middle of Nowhere Haley. If I'm able succeed there I'll be able to succeed. You know the parts of the world again. Repeating the problems are huge but we start breaking them down in a smaller. I'm we start building from there. Then we can sell very much any big challenge that humanity faces so again. I listen to you and I'm wondering like what what gives you more satisfaction a thing like the the the enormous task that you undertook in Puerto Rico and cooking. I guess it's for millions at this point. Millions of meals served Or OPENING UP. A new restaurant. Well I think we all phases moment. Noise probably went. Where when you laugh whatever you were doing used to surf and trying to to to put Mr Obama in the White House. You had role to play like many many others. I think my role on the role of chefs. Yes I feed a few. I have to start Michel in. I WANNA have three. I WANNA be in the lease of the fifty best of the world that my restaurant is not yet. I hope one day it will be all those things. Yes judges are listening. I well yeah but I'm not trying to buy those things are important but you know one thing. I have so many amazing young talent around me that I think I've been doing this for over thirty years. I don't mind to passing many of those things to them and start pouring them on the front on the forefront I myself I'm forty eight by the Damn I'm fifty Brawley. I'm going to be more and more and more into these Into these raw pro. Yes why because it fulfills not not not not my personal needs but I think we need to be showing that if we want we can who was meant to be saying that A young kid was fifty. You're all could be dreaming about all those crazy things. But they've seen many people before me. Achieving amazing things with nothing. Clara Barton US happened. Had Her house in front of maybe twenty three years old and knowing that in that little house in front of my restaurant that women very much was able to show us what be no money. -Tarian looks like and somebody that was known was able thanks to our hard work to create Red Cross with the so many wonderful things redcross has done over a century is and I think if we can. We all should put our effort helping if he's only one person to our right. That's one more person that he's going to be doing better of thanks to help. So I think is the role of every American and every person on this planet to try to do for others. You the know what you will do for your family. I think these is the new American dream and I'M GONNA make sure that my daughter's receive the America. I always love on the wall. We all dream of where we should note that as we sit in Chicago today. You're here because you received the two thousand eighteen humanitarian of the year award from the James Beard Foundation. I don't have to explain why you receive that award. Anybody who's listening to this conversation knows that but part of what you said there was. I want you to see the world's greatest challenges not as problems but as opportunities for us to serve hunger poverty environmental destruction an equal treatment of women in the workplace and immigration reform for the millions of hardworking immigrants who feed America and make our country great especially the dreamers and the more than eleven million undocumented that deserve to be part of the American dream that that is that your agenda for the for your next your next act. I think it's GonNa be a busy schedule. But you understand beg undergrads of Wrath said Yang told the main characters at the whatever whenever there is a fight so hungry people will eat. I will be there. I think trace users sums up everything I think. He's not anymore. Though about the I said what we the people are. Three powerful wards. Ju Ju Ju on this point Do you think how the people affected you. Who've who've come into contact with people that people in Puerto Rico the people at the at the DC kitchen the people who you've touched and who touched you over all these years. Every one of those people have some amazing stories and what happens in our society sometimes. Is that in a moment? We were talking about the building a wall to separate America from the rest. Sometimes we don't need to build walls. We have walls in communities where we are in cities that we don't cross the river and we don't go to the site because the people over there they are not like the people here and we need to Reagan. Those wolves I'm when you are able to cross a bridge I'm reach though so that people that maybe then talk like you. Maybe they'll look like you and then you see them that they they have the same dreams you have and they same hopes for the children and you see that all of the time when you reach them and they redo together you become more powerful. It's so simple that idea. That's why America has done so well because he may grants like me. We are those bridges. We're breaches of uniting faraway places and show people that we are far far more more equal than not an in the moment we see these. You're Republican and Democrat. You can be whatever you want. But you'll respect each other and you believe that together we're going to be stronger and in the moment you arrive to that simple conclusion. Everything is simple. Does why maybe we need to have more chefs in the Senate and Congress. Because you'll be a beautiful table like this one where everybody will be sharing. Played The food and right. They're having conversations about how we should be investing more time in. What brings us together. The not even makes us different and breaks apart and this is a type of shit we need in Washington. This is the diaper of leadership. We need our communities What about you you can move across the border to one of those states that actually has representation in the United States? Senate run yourself. Actually I bought in Maryland. All right good well. I break in Maryland but I think we need to start fighting for Washington DC. Where the six hundred fifty thousand American citizens? They're finally on. I think I'm GonNa sit in my lifetime. I one day. I think one day we're going to have to go congress and say you know one thing you want to eat out. I don't think you're GONNA eat you. Don Give us the same rights that others leverage my friend. I I think maybe we started something here. I'm going to go one way. We now restaurants open Because it's very hard I would say that a Washington does a half true representation. You actually did close you. Restaurants down for a day to protest The policies on immigration. I actually we. We'd began only because my team came to to tell me who said don't get upset with us but we would not come to work or would combo. We will not do anything. I'm we don't need you to pay for anything but I want you to know that we are doing this so I then do it on my own initiative but I did it supporting Dan December. They've been supporting. How did you? How did you patrons react? Everybody was super supportive and then I I believe that if one day they migrants and especially the undocumented and I think this may help the come together on one day they say women stop doing anything until you don't recognize. We are that we are not ghost in the system but real people contributing to the American dream. Say how we will not be able to play in any golf course who we will not able to eat in any restaurant who we were able to go to supermarket because the shelves would be empty. You'll see what will happen. So that's way migration reform should be something like Abrahamic Republican or Democrat. Should be supporting what time we make up. Well let me just say this. You Sir are a great American and Not just a great story but such an asset to our country and I I'm I'm proud to know you proud of what you're doing proud of the difference that you're making and grateful that you're here today. Thank you for having me on. Let's keep this conversation of one played the foot of the time kind of self big challenges we face we do. Thank you for listening to the X. Files brought to you by the University of Chicago Institute of Politics and CNN audio the executive producer of.
"andres" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"Thing that has made you. Such a noteworthy figure in Washington isn't just that you have wonderful restaurants patronized all of them when I was. I was in the city and I thank you for it. but But that you also have been deeply deeply involved in the community the when I first heard about you was about your role in the DC central kitchen explain that what DC central kitchen is in your involvement in it. Well this isn't. Tradition is a place that gave me also hope for a better tomorrow. These was founded on president. Bush inauguration day by a man called rubber egger legendary. He was a fireman he saw that was a love waste of food going on. Iran. The restaurant industry. He's the AWA's food waste is wrong but Dini's is worse wasting people so he got those untouched. Plates of food on inauguration day on Bra brought them all to a central kitchen. He began getting homeless cleaning them. Given them a sense of belonging by finding them place to leave and training them to be cooks they will be in charge of pulling those together and leaving the volunteers that began coming into the kitchen. And then sending that foot the communities This isn't today. It's probably more than eight thousand people. A day has employ and train thousands of men and women. This is the new way to the people who were trained. Going on to find on. There are many success stories and this is the venue they are. We need to be messing. Ngos that we've done throw money at the problem but we embed into solutions on. Broberg always said that charity seems was always about the About the redemption of Gaber versus what should be which is the liberation of the receiver. And we need to start seeing that in the twenty first century and years like that they need to be really investing the dollars and knowing what the return on Investment East in our case the returnees we feed people. And we're trying Homeless an ex convicts that all of the sudden become a very important shady robberies in La Kitchen right now in in Los Angeles doing the same amazing work in the heart of La and thanks to him is hundreds of other kitchens that they've opened all across America. And how much time do you spend on the on the kitchen in DC whine? Del Days that will go like one. More cocaine user `tatoes. I became the chairman dummy. Why and I always try to be a good essay. Call cheerleader. I do a lot of work on on on making sure. Everybody's aware of them making sure that Congress is aware of them on making sure that we keep racing. Good money when he's needed to make sure that those our organizations can moving forward and now you've taken the concept global With the world central kitchen that began in two thousand ten with after the earthquake in Haiti would tell me how that came about. Well I think from my navy times that watching happening I began and in the Fabella real yet ruin. I always wanted to do something I in those type of places. I was on vacation on Cayman Island. When ended two thousand ten at quick heat? The per prints on a had. These two to go on. I try to help but more the helping. I learned that you need to learn so few weeks after I use when they're nice. Spend almost a couple of weeks cooking from camp to camp but mainly was my beginning of learning. How come we be helping in those situations? And what are we done? What are we not doing that should be done? And there is when I fall in love very much with the potential of habeas country and now we have many projects like one of them is. This is cool that we train. Young Woman We take them out of the streets. Were there cooking. Sometimes in use made up rest runs in the middle of nowhere. We've charcoal cook stoves and we'll bring the mean. We train them to be we. We we elevate their English profile and then we find their jobs in the in the in the Neil thriving restaurant hotel community which is going to be part of the future. Heavy he's beautiful country with amazing story and I think if anything to really is a very important economica development for the country and who does the training I mean? Who are the people who go in that we have We have a laugh If you go to our war with Beige Wall Center kitchen that door there. You're going to see that. We have an amazing group of talented chefs men and women that they are very much part of our volunteers but obviously we have a very good group. Those guys I know you've got Anthony. Bourdain Kalicki Oh and well those guys do all the buff. Some of them use. Bring money by doing charities. I have I'm about to do what I see a big one that they do every year around the that we close more than thirty restaurants that this Corden Dash I bring Andrew Simone and were then Khaliqyar and helps raise money. I'M NOT GONNA lie to you. But then they are also involved in showing up when there. We need people to to be helping one of the big projects we did. We change hundred schools from charcoal to LP Wisey so important because everybody's talking to end hunger by the year twenty thirty. That's a big lie. Ain't gonNA happen. The main reason is not going to happen. He's one of the problems of the United Nations. Millennium Goals is that until we don't provide every family every woman we clean kitchen the same one that you and I have a home so we lieber them from their daily ties of having to be cooking with charcoal. Charcoal is killing more than four million women every year. Charcoal make the kitchen healthy because the mothers carrying them on their arms young girls. Don't go to school because they send them to the forest to cut wood when the families too poor to buy charcoal so they don't receive education rank calms deforestation. The rains come down. The mountain takes away the top soil. Supposed to be bringing in a new Happy Harvest all of this and that that same Dirt and some the ocean no coral reef because the water is cloudy. No Fish nocona wreath. Now hotels notorious NAS divy off from Sharko all of the sudden we give them a humble. Gagen. The mothers are healthy. They save money and they put it on their pockets helping the local economy economists to become richer jungles halftime to receive proper education. The forest thrive the harvest multiply by ten. They Ocean is healthy and the fishing output increases to recent shows up an all because of Berry humbled Cook Stove. We need to be bringing the conversation of Cook Stoves for were Hunger and poverty part of the money you raise for these pyro fed. I have two roles. I am the ambassador of the alliance finco soaps I was named by Secretary Clinton and I took that role really seriously so I go all around the world bringing awareness to too many countries and then I need also not only talker but the door and so through my was central kitchen. We make sure that clean. Kuchen is at the heart of everything we do on. Let me tell you so far. We are doing very good. Berry Berry Berry Berry good successful programs but I only see that Dick Lincou subpeona be listening more and more because he's the only way forward you. You also responded More recently to the tragedies in Texas and then Puerto Rico. This was another one of those things where you just felt called when you when you. When the disaster struck so hurricanes and floods mighty monarch. We've been going to many not only there but then we were in New York Sandy. We were in many other hurricanes in Haiti. So I guess doing the same thing. Yeah we've been doing the NBA. Let me put it this way. I was going to tell me that. Yes Houston with. Almost a quarter million meals was able to bring with me over one hundred thousand pounds of chicken and beef and we gave them their to convention center. I heard on your on your way to Houston. You stopped at target and bought out there. Some Pasta redcross gave me a mission and I was not successful because the place they want me to arrive with surrounded by water and this is when I get very like next time I have to have a car. That is a boat so we we're going to that kind of but yeah that that's that's where you have to. Sometimes when they took a beating in that the Red Cross for the way that disastrous. He knows that was that warranted based on what you saw. Well the men and women of Red Cross Day date only can receive my compliments because they are amazing they leave everything behind and used it. Go to surf. Fellow Americans what they think everybody would agree. Is that we need to make sure that the bigger from FEMA to Salvation Army to Red Cross that they are more ready to provide help when Americans are in need of help. Because he's why we put our faith them sending them a paycheck. It's a dollar or one hundred million. We sped them to take care when I arrived to Puerto Rico and I told my wife I will be there. Five days I write on Monday three days after Maria hit and by Sunday. I hope I would be home. Aung by Thursday night. I realized that was not the plan to feed the NYLAND. That was not only a few thousand people to go hungry. We were talking like the entire island was about to run out the foot. The foot was on the island the private sector. My friend works like amazing. What was not working was used a consensus in how star providing that eight on. We went from one kitchen on twenty volunteers undone Monday. Thousand Meals to more than twenty thousand volunteers in more than twenty three kitchens and more than one hundred fifty thousand minutes per day I think up to today an organization that was never supposed to be there that we had only two people in peril and less than a million dollar budget a year for many projects around six countries We are about to reach four million hot meals surf. You didn't. You didn't tell me when you actually did get home after telling your wife you'd be home in five days well I. I came back almost two weeks later. I'm mainly because I- dehydrated myself and I I got a couple of trouble a hit myself against the rocks crossing a river and I'm not a millennial anymore so I had to go by home to three days to fix myself but the team already was amazing. We went from having no plan to really having these master-plan in power held by the army Engineers that they got me these a mason virtual map upper rico and there was two ambition the possible dream if Dyer Island is hungry because they have no money. Atm's Banks Close. They have no no no electricity. No gas stations because nobody can pump. Nobody could move. Nobody could talk on the phone because all the cell signal were gone. We are toying. We're talking about real chaos. No one day but for month foot was something like nobody had at one point and the only thing we did was. Can we bring food to the most of quantity of Americans Eric? I'm we said where I once foot in the six thousand People Island Collaborative Thousand People. We're ABLE TO BRING WATER TREATMENT. Solar run machines We began bringing medicines because we we gather so much in one neighborhood at the time that we knew not only the people were hungry but dispersion needed this medicine. This person the needed these these meals. You provide them on an ongoing basis. It wasn't like a hit and run kind of every time we made contact with one. We began serving the hospitals the first days because the hospitals had food for the patients but not for the doctors and the nurses and what was issued that the doctors and nurses were working. Twenty four seven. I'm what was the issue that they had money if they had money. They are no restaurants on if they hadn't Under supermarket were empty and sometimes the lines were two three four hours to go and they only will let you buy one of two things. What were you thinking when you you couldn't have anticipated what you confronted there And you mentioned all of these Americans who were going who are starving and You know the important word here is American Caesar American citizens you just recently become an American citizen yeah. I became American almost three years ago.
"andres" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"American cities in the wake of covert nineteen. Here's my conversation with Jose Andres. Jose Andres so good to see you my friend. You know this is what we know about you. You have a sense of justice. You have a sense of fairness you have a sense of obligation to help People but it all began with a sense of smell. That's what I've learned it back in In the day in northern. So let's start there and how you became so enamored of cooking. They super thrilled to be here. And do you have many chefs coming to these? You know what? I'm probably your all your only the tenth eleventh chef. We've had nothing. You're blazing the trail for us. Some spending more in the years to come. Yes I'm if if they are socially active chefs they get they get to jump to the front line. So you know Michael Levin call when I was fourteen th but for making always Sainsbury early on why was so important. Listen I was born in Studios Mining area in a tiny town communities and northern Spain yet Super Green love cows rebours sal moaning spring But we need to remember. That is Spain. I grew up in Restaurants were luxury. Everybody had to cook a home. Everybody will go for the bread every morning. If you ate fees you will go to the fish monger. Everything was daily. Their refrigerator was full. You would buy for the day. Those were the days and my mother or my that they will always be. The ones who does away was I still remember the end of the month when already was not the love with love around home on many of the leftovers will be used for making the meals like protas. Those chicken fritters that today. I cannot believe I charge two three dollars. Each those were the the hunger dishes. The word those were the dishes like one of my father was waiting for the next BIG CHECK. My mother will be able to multiply wherever was left. And it's funny. I never remember the biggest stake moment or the big fish. I remember all the dishes that my mother made during the last week of the month with almost nothing and those are the dishes that sometimes attach made too much. And why did I understand? Why the the the tastes and in the foods appeal to you but excuse me the preparation of it. Why why were you so into that? Listen them watching us. My mother win indication and and US going in and give her a hand that to me probably was the highlight of of the day for me. I C it'll have the romance of those roasted red peppers that then she would stay with garlic and olive oil. I should man. We're never I'm going to have to move them now or we suffer sweet. A touch of Sherry vinegar at the end dose. Peppers is still I. Try to recreate with memories. A half of this Mel's of the romance of putting the finger if she was not watching mom and that you will bring that data finger of something fell. I was distilling. It always stays so much better. She's still living. No my mom. My mom was a nurse. She buys a year and a half ago What did she think about your career and your success while they were always very very proud of Cindy's boy came very much America with fifty dollar and and so how managed to to have to have a restaurant and then to and and everything else obviously mother and father's therapy already. I think in my leg who's counting right. Yeah so did. She approve of the taste did you. Did she think you were doing it right or did you say you know what not quite up to snuff? No she was like every mother Now my daughter they will only give you enough credit. So you you you. You had to push yourself harder. I think that's key on life. I think family members if anything they need to be honest with you and and many of our family structures I think yes given support but also pushing everybody for were no not not saying everything is okay. You have to push harder to convince everybody that you could be the best chef. And What Does Your Dad do? My father is retired now. Another no then. I North Aisle suing the hospital. So I was born in studios but we move very early on to Barcelona so even if he's Spain a stress on Barcelona in the province of Catalonia. They are two different things Like Alaska and Florida. Yes I always felt. I was always an immigrant because moving into Catalonia woes different language different way of living different ingredients different foods so you will say Spain more country but is saw. Mason Hobart early on. I always learned that very much. We are all immigrants in the moment. We move away from the place we were born. Catalonia is obviously the the seat of a lot of unrest right now. What do you make of what's going on in Spain when I wrote the OP-ED for The Washington Post from his heart because I feel Very proud of Spain I feel very proud of where I was born in the region. Asturias but then I feel very very catalan. I speak on bright fluent Catalan. Many of my family members are Katelyn on. We have different points of view on me. I try to be a man of inclusion. Wins the day I cannot understand how Catalonian especially catalans that they use. One BURP one ward. Call saying Sanyo Katelyn as E. N. Y. Saying is common sense on if you ask any Katelyn. Every by the will always describes themselves as people of saying beloved the best commonsense on the face of Earth. And so how? I don't know where that sank has gone because nobody wants to be borrowed. If some people don't want to be part of his Spain I respect if they they don't WanNa be speaking of Spanish. I respect but what I another respect is that they are not respecting the bigger majority the UCLA people on the streets and to be this that everybody wants independence. It's kind of a prom. Not just all over Europe but here as well you know everybody has sued absolutist opinions and even if they're in a minority that's tough democracy If if the minorities unwilling to accept but we need leaders. Don Try to bring people to the streams does leaders that want to break away from the rest of Spain. They claim that the Spain he suppressing Catalonia and only going to be giving these facts cut down on the speaks its own language and he started in every single school ninety percent of the time. Catalonia has many newspapers in Catalan. Catalonia has more than one hundred radios in Catalan moisture. Watch movies theater. Catalonia has its own police. Catalonia has seven DB stations owned by the Catalan government. Catalonia has the biggest level of independence of any region in Europe so we can have leaders that keep selling the story. That Catalonia is being embraced by Madrid when Actually Catalonia is one of the most amazing regions anywhere in Europe anywhere in the world where the economy thriving were immigrants. They've been arriving and they've been that were catalans are Catlin's but then everybody else. Whatever they want to be adopted into they got the only way of living very much like America. So almost what? I see some of those leaders that warns independence from Spain. You sound like a Catalan trumpism. let's use breakaway. We've with everything why because we have to break no has to be a reason why you want to break is noble breaking. So what improving on Catalonia anger improving or Hispanic by having Alania moving away from the rest of his return to your story you join you joined the navy Why did you join the navy? Well Spain the military service was mandatory. But probably was the best thing ever happened in my life again. I leave school early. Young Fourteenth Fifteenth and then. The navy for me was kind of these moment. I became a man when I was very young in the Porto Barcelona. I saw a ship called one. Have you say by the end? They'll Kano and the cheap was tranship for the midshipmen for massed my yesterday on my father told me one day you do the military service send you an in the navy. You should try to go to that boat. Where did they feel are able to go? Well I ended cooking for the admiral because already I was a fairly good cook was a nineteenth on a and I told the admiral I'll cook with you but the date that boat leave sport. I want to be on that. You say okay granted and was because I've been throughout my life. Six six month was the admiral on the boat as well but was willing to part with your cooking. That's how much his wife I'm done. I still remember her. His wife is screaming. What what you've done in this house. I mean well but it was able to on the boat and his first time it came so the walled Ivory Coast and Brucie than the cut even for stymied so American shore on happened. We went to Pensacola. The city that celebrates that amazing day the five flags were happened. One of them was the CASTILLIAN. Spanish flack that day. I thought of short span belongs to America and who was going to tell me that after his military service I came back to mark. Yeah I I and you came back with a mind toward getting into the restaurant business but I was very lucky because they offer me To come to work in New York restaurant was before the Olympic Games of Barcelona ninety two and was La businesses from Spain on Colonia. They wanted to do Corp. Things in the states restaurants will spur of it. They go day to be Senate came to open. I said Cook Restaurant on Paper War. Six month Who was going to that twenty five plus years later here you. You're at twenty twenty one twenty two years old at the time. Yup almost two and after that Gig you you went to Washington and I landed in Washington around January February nine hundred ninety three one of my i. Guess coming on these restaurant in the middle of nowhere seventh-inning northwest very much. The quarter that you could buy brock's at three P M in the middle of the day. No cars on the street. Who is the first person that's almost comes through the doors? Senator Patrick Moynihan no kidding on through many conversations giving one of them when they told me who say if you love America America will always love you back and that's the only thing what made you. What made you decide to open up a restaurant there? Because as you point out it was it was pretty down on its luck neighborhood until the arena was built and well at the time. I was used Young Twenty three years old. I came the head chef by Mike Partners. Who FOUND ME? Roberto Alvarez who? He became the domain Dominican Republican by southern in the United States rogue wider. They're the ones that gave me the opportunity to to to have a place to belong. I think we are always men and women looking for a place to belong a new. I was looking for my place to belong on on Washington I was..
"andres" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"Second Nineteen Ninety four twenty two minutes into Colombia's second match in the ninety four World Cup American midfielder John Harkes closed in on Colombia's goal attempting to score the first point of the match. Coming off a nearly perfect season the Colombian national team was seen as the clear front runner but just so far their participation in the World Cup was not off to a promising start. They lost their first match against Romania as the Colombian team caught up to him. Parks kicked a pass across the front of the goal on instinct Clementine. Captain Andres Escobar DOE foot. I intercept the ball and kick did into his own goal. The reaction in the stadium was immediate. The crowd exploded with commotion for a few moments both Escobar goalkeeper Oscar. Cordoba lay on their backs stunned at what had just happened. Neither realize that the slip up would have deadly consequences. Welcome to sports. Criminals are cast original. This is the fifth episode in our March Madness. Special this month. We're counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from one thousand nine hundred to two thousand twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson in today's episode. We're going back to nineteen ninety. Four and the tragic end of Andres Escobar career twenty-seven-year-old Andres Escobar was at the height of his professional abilities. Going into the nineteen ninety four World Cup known by the nickname al Qaeda. Aero Del Football for the gentlemen football he was a well liked player both among his teammates in the Colombian football fans. None of his teammates blamed him for the goal. He kicked into their own net during that fateful game. It was an honest mistake even if it resulted in their two. One loss. Despite beating Switzerland and their subsequent match on June twenty-sixth Columbia was finished in the World Cup Competition Andres Escobar returned to his hometown of Medellin shortly after his guilt followed him home and he reportedly found it difficult to sleep in the days following his return in a column for El Tiempo. He reflected on his shame about the incident and his intention to bounce back. He closed his piece by saying it's been a most amazing and rare experience. We'll see each other again soon because life does not end here on July first five days after Columbia was disqualified. Escobar decided. He had to face his hometown in spite of his own. Personal shame that night. He went out with several of his friends. They drank the night away as if nothing was wrong. Then after midnight things grew tense. Some of the other men at the bar taunted Escobar for his error during the World Cup game then at around three. Am Escobar separated from his friends to drive home? He was confronted by three men in the parking lot. Some reports claim these were the same men. Escobar had argued with the Bar. One of them produced a pistol and shot. Escobar six times some eye witnesses claimed that the shooter shouted goal as they fired each bullet. The shooting shocked the entire world. Speculation flew about the motive due to millions history with organized crime. One of the most popular rumors was that associates of the recently deceased drug lord. Pablo Escobar had lost money betting on the ninety four World Cup. In order to hit as payback. A man named Humberto Castro. Munos confessed to the killing later that Saturday. He was sentenced to forty three years in prison. He was released in two thousand five. After only serving eleven some claim that Andres Escobar death actually had nothing to do with his role in the World Cup and he was merely another victim of a city known for its crime rate. The truth remains a mystery..
"andres" Discussed on Never Seen It
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"andres" Discussed on Never Seen It
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"andres" Discussed on Never Seen It
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"andres" Discussed on KCRW
"Chef Jose Andres has a deep respect for Puerto Rican food, but as with so many foods across cultures. There's always the chance that food that people once thought of as low brow will suddenly become cool. The thing to eat. I picked up my conversation with chef on talking about food gentrification. Listen, I drink sometimes when we talk about anti fry I cannot even pronounce it. Okay. But you know, what? I mean, right. We over think it was the best thing to happen. Is that something is no on these known to everybody. Yes, you're going to see that certain things are taking the wrong. The Bronx by people should be putting gel with their pie recipes, many, magazines, I hope they're listening. They put in the cover of their medicines. By is that it looks horror movie on Halloween day going through carnival. And they put it and I'm like really, but I always take the bus site. The name is known the dishes known people understand where it came from. They have more or less than understanding of ingredients. So I do believe at the end always ends being more positive negative, let's pivot here for a minute to talk about the industry that you're in the restaurant industry. A lot has happened in this space in the past couple of years, particularly when we're talking about me too in this era of metoo. There have been colleagues in the industry who've been named as people who are participated in this. Unfortunately, the restaurant business has a reputation for being a lot of things difficult high-pressure all these things does it also have this reputation for just allowing bad behavior to occur. The restaurant industries are very big industry. I would say that will be to me unfair to us. Narrow it only to the restaurant industry because this is a is a social problem. So we should all be here to make sure that every individual is treated with respect. And if you see something you should say, something the great thing has happened. The last couple of years said those women that came forward to speak out or making sure that older woman they feel their support and that the days because they're gonna be finger pointed or shutdown. I think those as hopefully are behind pro lean more has to be on socially starting by home. Parents very important. I starting by school teachers, very important, and then our common behaviour to each other. So I hope.
"andres" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Career started going south how did that affect your relationship with jim morton yes so you know he he was really reliant on her famous excess and that was sort of that was sort of the linchpin for his his control over her and his ability to manipulate her because like andres was saying you know he he well well like christie said he held her career in the palm of his hand or at least she felt like he did and so you know shoes she's boxing and she's winning them both money and they both know all along that she's gay and that she's you know if if she revealed who she really was and if they broke up and she kind of lived the life she wanted to live christie was under the impression and i think she had some some real legitimacy and feeling this way that that would that would deal a blow to her career being being gay or being leslie at that time was not super popular and not super well received in athletics or in general in the public eye and so he sort of had this kind of like web of control wrapped around her where she couldn't really live her life the way she wanted to she couldn't be who she wanted to be and because she was winning and needed the money and he was like managing her life in and making sure that you know the money kept flowing in.
"andres" Discussed on The President's Inbox
"As embassador to sweet in basser to the united kingdom he also served as mexico's deputy foreign minister andres roy hinson thank you for joining me here today thank you having us as we are sitting down here in our studios in new york for our chat diplomats from washington and canada and mexico or seeing down in washington dc for the ministerial level resumption of talks on nafta this a lot of speculation about how we might get in agreement in principle sometime this week certainly us negotiators are calling for getting an agreement in principle quickly because they hope to have a vote on a revised nafta by the end of the year by the us congress so may have given with you andrea do you see in agreement of principle emerging in the coming week i don't jim and i don't really because there are still too many substantial issues that are not resolved the ministers have spent the last month more or less dealing with almost a single topic which is the rules of origin in the automotive sector a very complex technically difficult issue on how to ensure that the automotive sector which is the most highly integrated sector in our three economies is able to continue to keep regional content for what we produce the other issues which are still pending in which there really have not been many discussions on at the ministerial level are issues of dispute settlement investor state dispute settlement that's chapter eleven of nafta and then the other parts of the dispute settlement procedures and chapters nineteen and twenty.