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"calvario" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
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"calvario" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Going route to sprint turf to to pita doing a lot of different things dropping of 4000 non winners of Lifetime. Uh, two races for the first time gets the leading jockey Pedro Terrero. You've got to look at that, so he's going route to Sprint. Dropping down to this level and has numbers that could do some damage. So number 10 6 to 1 seems like a good price. That's why we included him at the top call. Number four persistent. He came off a double line lay off, he'd been off for over a year and a half. Came back at the very bottom level $2500 claimers and ran a decent race showed some speed. For Bill Delia was claimed out of that race by same Calvario, who hit the 24% with its first off the claim, So that's a good angle there. First off the claim for the trainer. He put them in this race restricted. The non winners of two lifetime finds a good spot. And I think persistent could be, um, pretty pretty speedy from up front. And hold on there. So 10 4 to 11 was our ninth race plays. But again, that's a grab bag race. You might want to do one of those exact boxes in the big field and hope to get lucky. So, uh, had do a chance to look at any particular race for tomorrow. Labor Day. I do. I'm a best fit for tomorrow and then a value bet for tomorrow. The best right being the night and so in the ninth race tomorrow would be our best bet. That's gonna be 4000 non orders of two to close out the day tomorrow. Those are thrilled and up Phillies and I think cold Brew Kelly for Steve Sherman. Coming in there. She is the morning line favorite, but I think you can build some tickets and really key her here. She's really well met in this spot. She's been running on turf for her last four. She goes back to Topeka, but which she has shown that she likes. And cold brew. Kelly, uh, should be the one there. Um, number number three in the ninth race tomorrow Number three Cold brew Kelly, the best bet over the other Steve Sherman play. Cocoa Sense number four. So I was a number three was the best bet tomorrow and then in the fourth rate We have a mile for starter allowance believe And I like at a price. I like 10 to 1. Lorraine's Legacy Number four. Over a number five torque. A 2 to 1 tomorrow, so value bet of the day. I think it's 10 to 1 on Lorraine's Legacy Number four in the fourth. And the other horse we like in that race is the five Tor case so value play. They're getting from 10 to 1 on Labor Day, and that's about to end the day. So a little bit of Little bit of Little bit of Hopefully, Labour day winning there. All right. Tell us how you can get a hold of, uh, the speed figures dot com We put out a daily sheet with those picks. We also We also love to play the pick Fours and the pick five. So if you're into that, I think that's the best bet at the track. Are the 50 Cent pick fours and pick five were definitely, um, we put out our sheet definitely with that in mind, but we give our top three picks in every race. And that's always available at speed figures dot com. The website and today's We're giving out today's report..
"calvario" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A man suspected of killing his girlfriend and then abducting their two year old son in Lake Elsinore is ended. The man's been arrested in Las Vegas. The little boy was found just fine and has been reunited with his family right now, let's say good morning to CNBC's Jane Wells. Time for our business buzz. And, of course, you can follow Jane on social Media at Jane Wells or check out her bulletin page. At jane wells dot bulletin dot com which I did last night. Jane, by the way, the picture of you next to your latest piece, Dumb and Dumber is fantastic. Oh, thank you. Yes, that's when I did a zombie apocalypse story. In Las Vegas. There's this place you can go and you can pay and you are trained by some former special forces guys to fight zombies. It's It's quite an event, and I was way in over my head. Fortunately, the zombies did not win. It was it was close. Well, I could tell that you were a little concerned about, uh, you know the the rest of your life. I should say in this picture, but anyway, it's great if you guys haven't checked out Jane's bulletin stuff. You need to do it again. It's jane wells dot bulletin dot com. Such a Thank you everything from WalMart to be easy in there. You got a little bit everything going Thank you. Yeah, It's fun. I'm having fun doing it. It's a place where I can write about the things that they won't let me do on CNBC. That's good. Alright. Only freaking Jeff Bezoza could have a contracts canceled on him. And still, this guy makes money. And well, so the Pentagon camps starting over with its big cloud computing contract. It's been a huge mess trying to do it has everything. Everything being bid by the Defense Department, which only goes to one winner always gets contested now, so it originally gave his cloud computing contract worth about $10 Billion.10 billion dollars to Microsoft. Amazon sued for a few reasons, including saying that then President Trump didn't want Jeff Bezoza company to get because Jeff Bezoza on the Washington Post anyhow, the Pentagon said, alright, we're starting over. We're going to probably pick more than one vendor to do it, which The theory is, this is probably better for cloud computing because in case you get hacked, you have other vendors. Although it does open you have two more security issues. Perhaps, um, and so because of that Microsoft losing that contract and the whole thing's starting over Amazon stock went up over 4% yesterday. Which means the richest man in the world in just one day. Added $8.5 billion to his fortune, and it now talks. This is after he's been divorced after he's been divorced. Okay. He is now worth $211 billion, so every time that his money goes up, does his ex wife's money go up to? I have to ask. How does that work? No, I believe they're now complete. I mean, when Amazon stock goes up, she probably still owns a lot of Amazon stock. So in that sense, yes, but But I believe other than that Their fortunes are now completely separate. So he's not paying her alimony and she's not. He's no longer the CEO he stepped down is that it means still obviously big, you know, on the board and all that. But I love how now there was a story I heard yesterday about Jeff Bezos. And they said, You know, now he's officially stepped down and from Amazon, and now he can fulfill his childhood dream of what was it Something like riding his own spaceship into space or something like that, And I thought only this guy the rest of us dreamed that kind of stuff when we're little kids, and we end up in radio, But this guy dreams it and, oh, he's going to go to space in a couple of weeks. He is on July 20th he's taking. He's going to be on the first passenger, Uh, crude ship. I mean, uh, with the shepherd, his of the new Shepard spacecraft from blue origin, They're going to go up to the edge of the atmosphere out of East Texas and going with him. This is my favorite story as a woman named Wally Funk. I didn't even know this the NASA astronaut program in the sixties while they were preparing men, the Mercury program. They were also preparing 13 women interesting number 13 women who've never, you know, got off the ground, but Wally Funk was the youngest of that group. She's now in her eighties. She's spent a lifetime in aviation has almost 20,000 flight hours, which is a lot And she is going up with Jeff Bezos on the 20th and and couldn't be more excited. So I do like that. But you know, you have to give this is a guy. Who? You know, l r monster as much as I am obsessed with him, and he dreams big, But all of his dreams have been initially financed by subsidies. You know, NASA gave SpaceX 1.6 billion. You know, Tesla has had all kinds of stuff. Jeff Bezels built Amazon from zero with his Own gumption built it to be, you know, a worth over a trillion dollars and stock market value. I mean, it's just what he has done. On his own. It's breathtaking, so I guess he doesn't make your dumb and dumber list. No. He makes my smart and smarter list. Yes, very big. And I wouldn't mind being his ex His ex wife. She's doing just fine. Oh, my gosh. Yes. Me to put me on the list. All right? What are these rumors about Amazon going to Camarillo? Don't know. Uh, it sounds like no for now, So if you this has been all the kerfuffle out here in the end the V. C in the Ventura County, Amazon has two large fulfillment centers there either up and running or there. I don't know right in camera, and they're not far from the airport in the airport's only for general aviation. I think along no Oxnard used to have commercial. What's everything? Calvario has had them. They're not. They're not rated for commercial. And there are these rumors that Amazon wants to start flying. You know, 7, 67 and 7 30 sevens cargo into the airport to go to these fulfillment centers and people are freaking out about the noise and the flight clap path. And the airport is owned by the county in the airport, saying told the camera acorn. No, this is not these are rumors are not true. There's been no discussions with Amazon about planes. Amazon also told the acorn these are just rumors didn't say they were false rumors. But the airport says if Amazon did want the airport rules would have to change and there'd be a lot of public input. Um So that's not happening, at least not yet. But it would kind of make sense. Jennifer, it really would, And I always hesitate when they say No, No, these are just rumors. It's not true. But if it were to happen, I'm like MM, even thinking about it. They've already got this plan in place. Well, or they So the acorn did a freedom of Information Act to get all the emails between the airport and Amazon and got 60 emails and none of them mention using the airport for plane. So take that for what it's worth. All right. All right, Jeanne, when you send me a story followed by something in all caps, this is when I go. Oh, this is going to be good. So the headline is. Hospitals often charge uninsured people, the highest prices. So this is over the people who walk in with an insurance card. I think I always thought, Okay. If you paid cash, you'll get a little bit of a break and they'll stick it to the insurer, not the case. Not at all. In January, hospitals had to start revealing what they're charging. The Wall Street Journal did a deep dive to find out what who's paying what and they found as a headline says Cash patients or uninsured patients are usually charged. The highest prices. Now some hospitals will give you financial aid, but you have to ask for it, and a lot of people don't know. So my own experience. This is what makes me nuts is because, as the journal found Charges between hospitals are all over the map. And after the journal last some of the hospitals why is this so much? The list price sticks came down. Interestingly enough. So I have two stories one a little one. I once went to my dermatologist. And I said, Hey, what if I pinion cast today? You have no overhead? No billing. This will be done right now. He said. I'd have to charge you more than using insurance.
"calvario" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Clouds this morning then snow moves in this afternoon high Today 35 could be light snow tonight as well. Otherwise cloudy with love 19. Partly cloudy for tomorrow with a high of 31 decrease. No, maybe an inch or less more across parts of northern Kentucky. It's 33 degrees right now. Teachers staff members, bus drivers are going to roll up their sleeves today in middle Talia vaccinated for covert 19. District says the city Health Department is 500 doses of the Madonna vaccine that will be given to staff members starting to 10. This morning. At the high school Tomorrow, Cincinnati Public schools start vaccinating their employees as well, and a new petition drives under way to try and pressure the school board. Hold students out of class to the teachers get their second shots because unions are absolutely right to advocate very strongly that school's not open less. They have these kinds of measures in place. It really isn't fair to put teachers an unnecessary risk. Just to rush to open schools, so the data shows that school's likely can open safely. But you've got to do it the right way that Stanford medicines Doctor Ryan Ribera 12 year old boys in the hospital after being shot last night in the West, and police say the shooting happened on Linn Street. They have a 14 year old suspect. In custody. Former pastor of a church and sharing vellum is now going to prison for 10 years that for coercing a teenage girl to have sex with him. Cesar Agusto Guerrero was the pastor at Mission. Christiana El Calvario, crimes involved 17 year old girl who was a church member. Police said. That date back to the summer of 2019, reversing more of the policies of the Trump administration. The Department of Justice on Tuesday formally rescinding the zero tolerance policy, according to a directive by the attorney General and obtained by ABC News. The ball is he was responsible for thousands of family separations along the US Mexico border and was the hallmark of the Trump administration's immigration platform. According to then Attorney General Jeff Sessions. It was supposed to be a deterrent for families crossing the border and as delicate Terry ABC NEWS Washington Let's see a little snow, The Tri States afternoon and this evening of forecasters next seven w W News time 5 34 Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs benefits that may be available to veterans. Via is focused on customer service, like never before. Choose via and see why Veterans trust in via reached an all time high claimed the benefits you've.
"calvario" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The Southern District of Ohio, announcing today that the pastor of a church in Sharon Gill has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for sexually course seen a 17 year old girl. 42 year old Cesar Cesar Guerrero of Liberty Township, admitted last June to engaging in sexual acts with a minor at the mission. Cristiana El Calvario Church, Alan July 20th in August 5th of 2019. According to the court documents, Guerrero told the victim God was speaking to him, and the only way to get out of the dark place was for the victim to have sexual relations with Guerrero. The past you referred to it this as a quote cleansing process. Guerrero had communicated with the girl via text messages, audio and video calls on Facebook messenger coercing her to send him sexually explicit photos and engage in a sexually explicit video call. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said today that he received approval from the federal government to move covered 19 vaccine doses originally put aside for residents and staff in nursing homes that were never used, and to use for the general public. We're gonna have another 77,000 spread over two weeks. S so very happy about that 30,500 this week 30,500 next week, and those we will be able to devote and have already devoted will devote next week that extra 38,500 to our order. Ohioans, Ohio this week. Now back, Sadie knows 75 older and also those who suffer from congenital developmental or early onset medical disorders. You also have a intellectual or developmental disability. There were over 4200 new coronavirus cases today, still below the three week average in Ohio 295 new hospitalizations, 40 new ICU admissions and 88 New desk for also in the report. Kentucky governor Randy Bashir says two cases in the more contagious covered 19 varying from the United Kingdom have been found in the Commonwealth. There were over 2700 new cover 19 cases in the bluegrass state today and 35 new depths. Cooperstown will not have a 2021 Baseball Hall of Fame class. None of the players in the ballot received the 75% of votes needed to get in. Pitcher Curt Schilling came the closest at 71.1% right behind him. Very bonds and 61.8% 2013 was the last time members of the baseball right. Just just raided Writers Association of America did not vote of player into the hall. It has now happened nine times since 1945. Our next update is.
"calvario" Discussed on WGN Radio
"19. Telafar. I know you're on the phone. But will you be able to play one of the music madness quiz clues for us. We'll do this in the next half hour. I think we're going to do what did we say? Number? Whatever it was, we said three eye to tell me if you can name that tune. 123 Clue goes about 1/2 a second long I got it. No way. We could have almost done one or two of the bomb bomb bomb, But the thing is, Did you change the rules where you have to know the artist now? Because I'm really bad at the artist. Yeah, I always been doing that. Yeah, I don't know. I don't care if the rules have now been changed Just if you just kind of go. In fact, if you just go ahead, recognize that you win. I love play the clue. One more time. In case you missed. It played the clue one more time. So if you can name that tune, you could win a hoody from our friends at Mega in the next half hour in the next half hour. Pat. You're on W GM jumping here, Pat. How can we help you taking John? How are you? I don't even know what's up. Yeah, Meet me there by shop, but I was on the force. Preserve it Walk, Go before 25. 25 46 icicle writers and women younger people, and I thought it was like a club or whatever it is that they had stopped in a grove area. And I asked one of the young lady, What are you doing? And she should will learning how to protect ourselves and we're going to be cut up, possibly like Monte Calvario, how to be able to protect ourselves. If we want right down into the city so that nobody can bother us and I just operation What do you want to like that before? I should have got to be careful about that. And then she just walked away. She didn't say anything, so I don't know. It could have been completely in it. It could have been Next. Get out. This sex thing is we'll have armored knight riding horses. I have no idea Well, when you watch some of the video and the CPD post this online pat They They're orchestrated the way they walk. The way they carry a banner may be the way they used the fact that two weekends ago and post George Floyd, there were instances where the video showed that they were coordinated and using their bicycles is a sort of Moving rail for themselves. You know what I mean? Yeah. Yeah, I have one other comment. That's not related to this. But going back to the post office. Think about this. Put it in perspective. Okay? I've been in business for 45 years. Right. And when you put the United States with its diverse and remote locations and then combine it with the international postal system, I don't know One corporation on the planet that is that fish. I really don't. I mean, it's amazing how it may take longer to get to Europe or whatever it is. And in the United States, they think that you know, in some of the remote areas, maybe 56 days, seven days. And I'll tell you what that is one heck of a system that works like a war oiled machine. And you got a couple of problems here and there, But I tell you what if you gave her my card if you came to my company brought in an efficiency expert They would fire me. I'm glad you called buddy. Thanks for listening. Sure they will. You think Donald Trump is a hot topic? You think Joe Biden and Camilla Harris or hot Topic? Bring up the Postal Service. It is hot and cold. It is hot and cold. Here's your pronouncer Guide for Camilla Harris. It's pronounced like the word comma. All of the syllables had an equal accent. Kamala. It's not Kamala. It's not Camilla. It's Kamala Harris. She isn't speaking tonight. Bernie Sanders is Michelle Obama is Amy Klobuchar is here's the Here's the lineup. It sounds really boring because there won't be crowds. It's just going to some of these air already been recorded. You'll just be able to online watch video or Watch People live Stream and Rick Uomo John Kasich, which is interesting. The former Republican governor from Ohio, a moderate for sure. Amy Klobuchar for Minnesota. Michelle Obama, Bernie Sanders. And governor Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan. Speaking tonight, I believe Christine Todd Whitman is speaking to a former Republican governor of New Jersey and Meg. I've forgotten her name. Now. She was the CEO of Maybe Hewlett Packard and ran for governor in California. So they've got three Republican speaking tonight. Is she speaking to? I think so. Yeah, right. And Mayor Lightfoot sitting in with Shadow Biden on a talk generation social justice. Oh, no kidding. I guess streaming that talk or they're going to be in the same room. No, I don't think so. We reached out to our Mayor Tasker to come on our show. She made time for Rachel Maddow and Joe Scarborough last week on Morning Joe on Rachel Maddow show on MSNBC, and she was able to go on meet the press on CBS yesterday. And talk to fewer people in Chicago. Then it should come on this radio station, and then they just throw out some snowball questions. They say mayor like I mean, you know, however, I say Snowball, because maybe they're not easy questions. They're pointed There she is, She might not want to have to be addressing. But there's not sufficient follow up. There's not the really local dive that any of us here would give the mayor if she would come on our station. For some reason, she's always available to the national media..
"calvario" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It was risk of when we started but those data numbers out of five China those trade numbers came out better than expected and then giving some kind of optimism in the markets we have the Chinese CSI three hundred index currently pretty much flat after opening in negative territory we're also keeping a watch on now wants to come into the data out of China because we have a bluemix good suggesting China is deciding whether or not to give a numerical growth target I think I'll coming and PC meeting something has done for decades one economist though they do have a target their fall coughing GDP below two percent for twenty twenty for now although the data given some kind of support for the market it is important for emerging markets which are pretty much I've been taking a cue from China as well taking a look where we are in terms of the P. com does train GDP numbers which came out on it today putting a damper on sentiment there we have growth slowing significantly five point one percent contraction the biggest contraction since nineteen ninety eight and that's of course because of the low down impacting our businesses which were shot impacting consumption as well so that's not boding well for the country the country of course so do to gradually open its economy from may fifteenth on so you know pretty mixed picture when it comes to those sites data from the various countries on yeah and you before was that it was a string of bad data and then China kind of surprises with this positive picture when it comes the export side of things but of course there is some speculation that you know we were hearing from some of our viewers saying that perhaps these are just all the orders that were done maybe back in January or February that perhaps led to that increase in exports of course and my boss's name perhaps also because of the rise and medical supplies as well that may have contributed to that rise as well so a lot of questions of course about that surprise picture that we see because it's the most the data it is looking pretty dire out there of course it is also dated as well so I'll take a look at deal making right now across industries has come to a halt with businesses closing a workers staying home however as more parts of the world re open investors are assessing the outlook for Annonay city institutional clients group chairman Leon Calvario spoke to Bloomberg about what he's calling the interim normal the job has been incredibly busy during this period of time there's no commuting there's nothing that gets in the way sitting around in airports so we have had incredible comic client contact and connectivity here right now and the days are longer you know there's no difference between Monday and Sunday at this point in time they will blend together as I'm sure they do for you and your audience and I've spoken to a lot of folks in your industry who are actually quite enjoying not being on a plane every weekend working from Cape Cod in the Hamptons and I'm wondering you know you've two thousand some bankers if I'm not mistaken under that under your wing that are all working on different types of deals is this going to be more normal for them to just be working from home I think it'll be normal in the interim but to be honest people miss the social and business interaction of being in the office and being with their clients and as you know I travel a lot and there were moments when I could have done less of that but who would have thought that I would say right now I'm dying to get on a plane into a business trip here right now so after eight weeks I think people are tired of working at home but on the other hand it's been very efficient and the interaction amongst all of our partners has been fantastic between do meetings and all the other video interactions people have to really adjusted very well and I think we'll work our way through the central normal and then there will be demand to get back into having you know human interaction both you know flying to places and doing meetings but it'll take awhile for it to get there and then the internet working actually very well so speaking of flying across the world a little earlier this month we spoke to your colleague Manolo Falco over and Europe and one of the things he told my colleagues was that he believed that there will be bigger national champions created in Europe after in light of this crisis but if you look back here in the U. S. the big have already getting gotten bigger right there's some talk about some of the big tech companies potentially looking to deploy more in their dry powder into deals but I what's far at what point does Hart Scott Rodino really start to kick in here right at what point have the big gotten too big in America well I don't think we're at that point here right now and obviously you know HSR ninety trust is alive and vigilant here right now I do think Manolo is corrected you will see you know more European champions and there would be a poor they'll be in for your consolidation and I think you'll see a rising in M. and a activity in the U. S. as some of the large companies consolidate potential weaker players and also depending on the sector take into account this crisis in order to Borden out that business and perhaps be less reliant on any one side that they had so I think that's coming and I think it's going to come in probably three or four months not so early right now but we do believe that you'll start to get a return of this activity as you've seen when you look at the dot com crisis and the eight oh nine there was a gap and then people started to take their heads above the parapet and start to do transactions when they were comfortable with valuations so we'll see it well some of the smaller tech companies were waiting for a public exit with the IPO markets now frozen take Airbnb for example we I know we spoke about it a little before about Airbnb raise money debt and their IPO is now further down the line potentially they also are reportedly considering cutting a lot of staff here the dream that existed for some of the smaller tech companies to enter private markets how much is that died well I think it really depends company by company I don't think the dream is died I think just in some cases the dream is just been put on hold I do believe by the way that the IPO market will start to come back with companies that are suited for this environment you know companies that have done well in this environment or we can project amounts I think you'll see the IPO market coming he Barbie speaking the number of setbacks being issued so I think people going public to specs will increase over the next few months and and going forward here right now and then I think in the cases of the dreams here you know the people that that have formed these companies and one of them are absolutely fantastic entrepreneurs don't manage their way through it and the green will be on hold for six months or a year but it'll come back the people like this hard total optimist and that's what our society is built on Citigroup institutional clients group chairman Leon Calvario speaking to blown back well I want to come including our interview with.