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Supreme Court blocks Trump from ending DACA
"Week the Supreme Court blocked president trump's attempt to rescind the legal protection for some six hundred fifty thousand so called dreamers young immigrants brought to the U. S. as children CBS news immigration reporter Camilo Montoya Galvez with the latest report that the trump administration cannot easily and that the first action for childhood arrivals or daca program created by president Obama in two thousand twelve that protects undocumented immigrants who came to the country as children from deportation reporter in eighty ruling authored by Chief Justice John Roberts are supported by the court's liberal members said that the administration's justification for ending the program but not complying with federal administrative law so the ruling still leaves an opening for the administration to create eight new justification for ending the program but it is unlikely I believe that the administration will be able to do this politically and legally before the November election so what does this mean for the some six hundred and fifty thousand people who were brought to this country as children can they stay legally now can they work current daca recipients will be able to continue to have their protections they will be able to continue are renewing their protections that are valid for two years at least temporarily they can breathe a sigh of relief for now because the administration will not be able to end the program in the immediate future however like I stressed before the administration's can still overturned and executive decision made by the previous administration but the Supreme Court said this week that they must comply with federal administrative law when doing so and take into account the hardship that such a decision could have on these young immigrants
Dreamers hopeful for the future as Supreme Court blocks Trump from ending DACA
"This week the Supreme Court blocked president trump's attempt to rescind the legal protection for some six hundred fifty thousand so called dreamers young immigrants brought to the U. S. as children CBS news immigration reporter Camilo Montoya Galvez with the latest reports that the trump administration cannot easily ends the deferred action for childhood arrivals or daca program created by president Obama in two thousand twelve that protects undocumented immigrants who came to the country as children from deportation the Supreme Court in eighty willing authored by Chief Justice John Roberts are supported by the court's liberal members said that the administration's justification for ending the program but not complying with federal administrative law so the ruling still leaves an opening for the administration to create a new justification for ending the program but it is unlikely I believe that the administration will be able to do this politically and legally before the November election so what does this mean for the some six hundred and fifty thousand people who were brought to this country as children can they stay legally now can they work current daca recipients will be able to continue to have their protections they will be able to continue are renewing their protections that are valid for two years at least temporarily they can breathe a sigh of relief for now because the administration will not be able to end the program in the immediate future however like I stressed before the administration's can still overturned and executive decision made by the previous administration but the Supreme Court said this week that they must comply with federal administrative law when doing so and take into account the hardship that's such a decision could have on these young immigrants I'm gonna come back to the trump administration and a moment which has had some things to say about this but now what does this mean for the people that could have joined this program if the president hadn't stopped at three years ago can they join now are they still in kind of a limbo because this the pre court ruling reaffirms eight judgment issued by a federal judge in the district of Columbia two thousand eighteen this ruling could pave the way for a full reinstatement of the daca program for two years now the daca program has been close to new applicants but the supreme court's decision could make way for a full reinstatement of the program allowing new applicants to apply for the protections including those who turned fifteen our sense of the president and that this program a group estimates that that number ranges it close to sixty six thousand people the president reacted with fury to the ruling on Thursday and has said that his administration will be submitting enhanced papers to come back to this issue he's talking about going to try and get some more conservatives on the Supreme Court and I wonder is this why dreamers are still saying okay we need actual legislation the Democrats are going to touch it before November the Republicans don't seem to be ready to touch it before November but is this why that they need a further further legislation in this that is a critical point in this conversation because doc I've never offered its recipients eight the right pathway to US citizenship it just offered them protection from deportation and work authorisation Congress has failed multiple times to agree on legislation that would place these this population our pathway to US citizenship that CBS news immigration reporter Camilo Montoya Galvez the White House says the president wants to take care of daca recipients in a lawful
Trump administration finalizes indefinite extension of coronavirus border restrictions
"The trump administration on Tuesday indefinitely extended its new border restrictions more from CBS's Camilo Montoya Galvez Saudis have user directed by the centers for disease control and prevention to rapidly remove most border crossers to Mexico Canada or their home countries since late March and to bypass the immigration asylum and anti trafficking laws that govern the processing of
Protecting Your Spiritual And Mental Health During the Coronavirus Pandemic
"My Name's James Bottom Nama therapist bringing healing to the world. Hi My name is Camilo Lofton. I am a specialist and I am working to take on capitalism and patriarchy. Mindfulness practice at a time. Sorry not sorry. Thank you both for being a part of sorry. Not Sorry I wanted to have you on because people are struggling right now and I don't think we're talking enough about the mental health ramifications of this collective pain that we're experiencing so I really want to start with the question of just. What is the psychological toll that this is having on us and especially what about those on the front line that doctors the nurses the first responders a think with those people that they actually have training to deal with this? I think that they have a purpose. And they're working with what's in front of them so I think with people with doctors what they're in frontline people how they're going to suffer is energetically an immense toll on them to be constantly taking care of other people. And it's this deluge that they can't saw. I think that's going to be very difficult for them. I think the greater crisis for people is going to be that the people in the population general population. We moved through trauma by finding purpose in trauma and has a long-term sometimes decades thanked on things like relationships into the work. Consider normalize my fear. Is that especially with all of the messaging that there's not a single message on how we're supposed to move through this and I my fears that people aren't GonNa find purpose right. That people are GonNa stay at home and focus on what they're missing out on the fear rather than finding a collective healing conscious and when people are not talking about that right when we don't have people in the mainstream media talking about that. I think that it almost has that feeling of what's wrong with me clearly. I'm the only one talking but we're feeling this way because nobody's talking about it and I think that that can be a really lonely place to be into. Is that feeling of. I'm the only one that is this anxious about what's happening right now or I'm the only one that's depressed about what's happening right now. Because we're just ignoring psychological toll that this is taking her sure and I also think that part of the issue too is that in general those who are day. We don't invite in in variety in fear and depression. We tend to keep ourselves busy. 'cause that's capitalism asks us to do is turn turn turn and so we we tend to collectively as push all of those fears and anxieties and worries aside and so in all of the sudden we have nothing to do that and all of that stuff has now come to the surface. We almost have no choice but to look at it and yeah that can be incredibly overwhelming and when there is no sort of collective response to what that in due to a person and what that can do to a society for sure there's going to be ramifications for it in spiritual work we call this the shadow war and every spiritual tradition speaks to shadow work on some extent or on some level but collectively as a Western society especially here in the states. We haven't looked at this. I mean this is a complete undoing. If you will the toll is going to be big and so it's like what do we do? What do we do with that? It's interesting because looking at my children right who I think we all as parents at least the way David or apparent we've kept our kids really really busy right. I mean they have sports they have you know. My Son has drum lessons and hockey and now to well this is a couple of things to see him sit and have to sit with potential fear or any anxiety or not feeling good about himself or whatever it is to see him have the sports as a way to exert that just to use for a coping mechanism. The fact all of his coping mechanisms have sort of been taken away. I would imagine a lot of families are feeling this way. We're we're looking at our kids especially are active kids and we're noticing. What a drastic change. It is because our kids are just not having that coping mechanism of going outside and wrestling around boys that social wrestling and playing the sports and everything. And it's made him actually a lot more self reflective. I've seen a lot more creativity sparked and I was. I was Gonna say that same thing. I think what we're all learning is a couple of things mine. We can't rely on this administration or other media sources to solve this straight to. We have to get created in our own homes with ourselves individually within our families amongst our community. We have to search for that creative response to move through this. Go Ahead James. One thing is I just from speaking with so many people friends clients. Everyone's worried about their children. And one thing I've found is that actually children are highly resilient. They seem to be doing well when every person I asked like. Oh just like you said. My kids are being more creative more. Inventive that those certainly a bit of boredom. But they're not suffering adults are the ones who we've tried to always be productive where only valued on what we're doing it dolts that are really suffering by just sitting and this not losing the other thing that I've noticed about the kids which I think is pretty special as they've gotten closer because they're they're all each other has right now as far as playing and that's really really beautiful. I WANNA get to adults in a second but I have one question about how best to speak to our children about this time. Is it better to protect their innocence or to be honest about you? Know the fear factor. What do you think I think the best thing that we can do for? Children is one to be honest because to be honest with them about what's going on is it gives them a sense of self esteem that we believe that they can handle the information. Of course I don't think you want to overwhelm them negatively. I think you want to give them the information. I don't think we want to also gaslight our children by saying Oh everything's GonNa be okay. We're not worried because they're picking up from us that we are worked like everyone's worried and I think to say hey we are worry. These are adult problems that were going to work on yours safe. You're taking care of but there is a lot of your atmosphere and I think that it is important to be honest with them and I think the way that we're really going to show them how to work through. This is not by telling them how to do it but by modeling it ourselves
As Demand For Oil Dries Up, OPEC And Allies Agree To Historic Cuts In Output
"Been a news over the weekend. Many of the world's oil producers have agreed to cut production to prop up prices. Npr's Camilo Domino ski reports on their deal. The average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States is well under two dollars but many people aren't filling up because they're not going anywhere that's the state of the oil market in a nutshell. Oil is super cheap. And there's not much global demand. What's that done to oil producers? Here's Muhammed Burkino. The Secretary General of OPEC on Thursday Industry. Mr Chairman is hemorrhaging. No-one has been able to stem the bleeding. In fact instead of stopping the bleeding Saudi Arabia and Russia were adding to it by waging a price war against each other. But now they've called a truce and OPEC is trying to put a bandage on those wounds. Actually it's OPEC. Plus the oil cartel has expanded from its core members to include allies like Russia and Mexico and when Mexico threatened to derail this deal. President trump stepped in. We are trying to get Mexico as the expression goes over the barrel the. Us is the world's largest oil producer and American oil and gas companies have been hit hard by low prices. President trump is often hostile towards OPEC. But this time he helped them out. The new deal is massive nearly ten million barrels of oil per day in cuts. That's the biggest deal in OPEC history but the drop in demand than twice that amount. Rozsa Dewan is an oil strategist. Ihs market but there's no cut that can match that degree of shrinkage in the market possible so despite the new deal oil prices are still low. In fact says the steel isn't about propping prices up. It's about avoiding the collapse of the oil industry. Camilo Domino NPR news.
Los Angeles: Sanders Holds 17-Point Lead In Final Days Before California Democratic Primary
"Twelve super Tuesday the California primary just days away and the latest polls paint a picture of a runaway win for one candidate KCBS is Jim Taylor has the details it's all about Bernie Sanders is opening up a commanding lead in California democratic presidential primary more de Camilo is the director of the institute of government studies poll at UC Berkeley sfgate collecting those and younger voters are propelling Sanders to a very large lead he's ahead of his nearest rival Elizabeth Warren by two to one margin D. Camilla says Bernie Sanders numbers have been growing steadily strongest constituencies have always been younger voters Latinos and those voters who identify themselves as very liberal in politics he's doing even better than he was in prior calls among those segments says he's never seen any election in which the generation gap was so great younger
Trump administration imposes new visa rules to prevent 'Birth Tourism'
"Week the trump administration as imposing new Vista rules aimed at restricting birth tourism that's where women travel to the US to give birth sold their children can have US citizenship and in a story first heard on CBS news nine immigrant parents expelled from the US after being separated from their kids are back on US soil CBS's Camilo Montoya Galvez Vladimir do TA and Emory green half the story back in September the judge overseeing the litigation surrounding family separations issued a ruling ordering the trump administration to allow eleven parents who he found were unlawfully deported to come back here to the U. S. and reunite with their children as well as allow them to pursue their asylum claims
Camila McConaughey is on the Today Show Talking About Eating Placenta
"To the podcast wheel and everything you need to know about the celebrities. You don't. I'm Bobby Finger. I'm Lindsey Weber. Here's a quick call about Camilo Laconic. Hey let's just listen islands bobby Longtown on time I'm calling because I was watching the today show with my mom because I'm home for a bit. And there was a cooking segment with Camille McConnell. Hey who is backing kind of his wife. And at one point They had a shot of all the today. Show host eating her food and she misspoke and said that it had placenta and it and it was shocking. Okay good on orange by not all that interesting but there are a few things that I wanNA point down here number one Camilla Alvis which which is how. I've always known her. I said to you I was like her. MOCATTA has never been her last name. It's so confusing to hear her referred to as Camilla Makaay because as far as I my new professionally and she changed her name obviously but I thought she still went by Kimmel Alvis professionally. But apparently she doesn't anymore The the pattern like year something changed. Yeah something changed something changed. They've been married for eight years right along to be like ooh. This woman is just like now being like okay. We'll try mcconaughey and see how it goes. Everyone calls her Camilla Alvez's like everyone does everyone who calls her calls her that. Correct me if I'm wrong but I you think leaning into mcconaughey as new thing for her. Anyway she's doing like life style blog. She's she's going hard on something. Yeah absolutely this is got to be new now but listen to this. This is a sign of how so I found the video of her on the today show. And yes she misspoke and she she mistakes and she calls it placenta. The castles passes like Ha what. She's Brazilian English. As a second language she misspoke. That's all this that part. Isn't that funny. This is the part of today. Show that kind of shook me here. We go all right this morning on today. Food were starting New Year off right with fun and healthy recipes that your entire family can enjoy better to help us out than Camille. McConnell runs runs out well who better to help us out with fun and easy recipes. Then Camilla Makaay was. Those are last humans tilted. I didn't know she either or at least I didn't know that she cooked professionally. In a way that she wants others to emulate I. Yeah I know about her. She's one zillion she's a model. She's married to Matthew McConnell. Hey and I thought what she did was mostly model slash like run his his charity with the charity And I know that charity is called Junkie Bloom. Jk Lynn. You know as we've talked
Camila Cabello apologizes for racist Tumblr posts from 2012
"Two days ago a twitter user at motivate fendi posted a string of tweets calling Camila Cabello out for allegedly posting racist content on a tumbler. Ambler Account Oh no. They didn't summed up the tweet. Thread saying quote motivate fantasy. Found Camilo. Cabezas tumbler page one. Camilla confirmed was hers receipts in the thread and started a thread last night. That includes a million anti-black re blogs xenophobic re blogs referring to the Asian language as Ching Tong Language and going for the hat trick a re blog. Making light of Rana's assault at the hands of Chris Brown and quote. I personally looked through the entire thread and let me just say. I don't know if I've ever seen so many racist memes in one place. It was like reading a toxic four Chan threat or something. The meme that Camille allegedly reposted making fun of Chris. Brown beating Riana is especially vile at motivate. fendi updated the tweet thread adding at the end quote up date. It appears that community deleted Vu attests bell. Luckily I archive all the links in this thread on the way back machine last night. Eight and quote wvu attests bell. I don't know if I'm saying that right. But I guess that was the name of cumulous Account Camilla logged onto twitter last night and while she didn't confirmed the tumbler posts were hers. She did apologize for her past comments in a lengthy apology in the form of a screen shotted image of text now. Technically CABELA's apology wasn't on the IPHONE. Notes APP she clearly road it in like an instagram story but the spirit of the notes up is alive. Live in this apology. So I'm still going to award it with the coveted notes APP apology of the week. Notes APP apology of what we how in a screen shotted image that included a black background with white currier text Camilla road quote when I was younger I used language that I'm deeply ashamed of of and will regret forever. I was uneducated and ignorant and once I became aware of the history and the weight and the true meaning behind this horrible and hurtful language I was deeply the embarrassed I ever used it. I apologize then and I apologize now I would never intentionally hurt anyone and I regret it from the bottom of my heart as much as I wish I could. I can't can't go back in time and change things I said in the past but once you know better you do better and that's all I can do. I'm twenty two now. I'm an adult and I've grown and learned I am conscious and aware of the history and the paint. It carries in a way that I wasn't before those mistakes don't represent the person I am or a prison I've ever been. I only stand Dan and have ever stood for love and inclusivity and my heart has never even then had any chance of hate divisiveness. The truth is I was embarrassingly. Ignorant Unaware I use my platform to speak out about injustice and inequality. And I'll continue doing that. I can't say enough how deeply sorry and ashamed. I feel and I apologize. Today's again from the bottom of my heart and quote even after posting this apology. It still seems like people are pretty upset by Camilla's former posts. A lot of people are saying that regardless of how much she regrets it by age sixteen. You should know that riposting racist content and using the N.. Word Ad Nauseam is unacceptable acceptable. Behavior
Immigration hawk Ken Cuccinelli tapped as DHS No. 2
"Boston the White House quietly names to new leaders to head the department of homeland security Chad wolf named as the department's acting secretary the fifth person to hold this job under president trump his number two will be Ken Cuccinelli the acting director of U. S. citizenship and immigration services CBS's Camilo Monteil Galvez says Cuccinelli will most likely be the voice of the agency after proving he can back the administration's hardline policy by saying he would have more leeway now that he's the second highest ranking official of the department and what's not known here is whether president trump will formally nominate Chad wolf to be the permanent
More families have been separated at U.S.-Mexico border than previously thought
"The ACLU calls it shocking that more than fifteen hundred additional immigrant children were separated from their parents at the Mexico border after a federal judge ordered in June the children in government custody be reunited with their parents CBS's Camilo Montoya gal has the trump administration told a federal court date separated fifteen hundred families the previously had not disclosed to the court for the public or Congress between two thousand seventeen and the height of the zero tolerance policy in the spring of two thousand eighteen and that means the number of children separated since July twenty seventeen is reached nearly fifty five hundred
More families have been separated at U.S.-Mexico border than previously thought
"The ACLU calls it shocking that more than fifteen hundred additional immigrant children were separated from their parents at the Mexico border after a federal judge ordered in June the children in government custody be reunited with their parents CBS's Camilo Montoya gal has the trump administration told a federal court date separated fifteen hundred families the previously had not disclosed to the court for the public or Congress between two thousand seventeen and the height of the zero tolerance policy in the spring of two thousand eighteen and that means the number of children separated since July twenty seventeen is reached nearly fifty five
Man who killed mob boss allegedly thought he was helping Trump
"A twenty four year old man has been charged with the shooting death of a reputed New York mob boss earlier this year at the time people could not figure out why he did this okay this one is the alleged leader of the Gambino crime family gone down in his driveway at his house Francesco Callie was his name he was the alleged leader the Gambino crime family gunned down outside his home in March a twenty four year old man who has been charged with the shooting death of a reputed New York mob boss earlier this year thought he was under the influence of Q. one on a pro trump internet posting our procumbent postings about the president's supposedly battling a curveball of liberal elites his lawyer wrote in a recent submission to New York state court Anthony Carmelo come mellow has been charged with murder over the fatal shooting of Francesco Kelly in a new court filing call mellows attorney argues he became so engrossed with unsupported queue and on theories that on the night of Kelly's death he was acting under a delusion which included that democratic politicians celebrities and people associated with organized crime a part of the deep state according to come ellos lawyer he wrote that his client believed he was on a mission to save the American way of life when he shot and killed the Gambino crime boss beginning with the election of president trump in November twenty sixteen Anthony Camillus family began to notice changes in his personality attorney Robert Gottlieb broke Mister Carmelo's support for Q. and nine went beyond mere participation in a radical political organization it evolved into a delusional obsession how are the queue an hour's gonna take this because we've had John loves to talk to the queue and on people when they call you get stuck I was gonna say they've they've they've never seemed Miley I've never thought they were via no no not at all stream gate I always kind of felt like there was an undercurrent of of of trouble there was another thing that because you're too because if if if you go to a restaurant where the pizza place is and there's no basement and you've been saying there's a base where they have these were children hostage yeah that's like the no basement thing is a problem no it's like the WMDs reports that's what happened so when Camilo arrived Callie some Callie is the mob boss reputed mob I Callie's home according to the filing the plan was to stage a citizen's arrest of Callie and not shoot him after a heated exchange Callie Kamala says the mob boss made a furtive action with his hand which made Camilo afraid for his life he then reached into his pickup truck grabbed a gun and fired a Kelly killing him because of his self perceived status in Q. and nine Mister Camilo became certain he was enjoying the protection of president trump himself and that he had the president's full support yeah the details contained in a filing apart a Camillus planned quote mental disease or defect defense now once upon a time managing Gigante to this exact same act he did the exact same act acting crazy he shot Frank Costello in the head eating Callum the bullet ricocheted off his of his skull she acted for thirty five forty years like a crazy for he would walk around pee in the street all kinds of they they called in the Daffy dot anyway all time is running late in the eighties result of crimes the details are contained in a filing news of Kelly's death ignited the speculation about a possible restart of dole's among New York mafia families the New York Daily News reported after Kelly's death that investigators initially suspected an underling of Callie or someone would have before them but neither theory turned out to be true what really happened according to compel as lawyer was even stranger the suspected murderer carried out his violent act as a way of fighting against the deep state to quote expose the entire conspiracy and ensure that every criminal is brought to justice at a court hearing shortly after his arrest Camilo held up his palms what do you think you had on his palms John Matt got the letter Q. all we
A Fiat Chrysler Merger With Renault Would Create 3rd Biggest Car Maker
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from American pest as the leading provider of safe, sustainable pest control solutions across the DMV. Let American past help you to take back your home or business from menacing pests visit them today at American pest dot net. Fiat Chrysler is proposing a merger with the French automaker Renault, Reynaud says it's considering it, this merger would be a big deal. It would create the world's third biggest car company after Toyota and Volkswagen. Here's NPR's Camilo domino, sqi, a merger this big would be striking, but not totally surprising. Fiat Chrysler has been looking for a partner for a while. And there, there are limited partners available. Michelle crabs is an analyst with auto trader and Cox automotive. She says, meanwhile, the French Renault had a long standing alliance with the Japanese automaker Nissan that was working. Well, and then things went awry, when former CEO Carlos gone was arrest. Sted in Japan for alleged financial misdeeds and things have just been unraveling now both fiancee's and Reynaud are eyeing their options when it comes to who though partner with as they prepare for big changes in the industry. Many major, automakers have already been partnering up over the last couple of years. There are two reasons first after years of record growth. The auto industry is starting to slow down and that decline is expected to continue. Meaning fewer car sales less revenue at the same time, automakers need to be making big investments in the future things like electric vehicles and self driving cars, and it's a tough one, because you're investing in something that isn't profitable today isn't going to be full tomorrow, but might be profitable might be essential in ten years time. Mark Wakefield is an automotive consultant at Alex, partner's upstart companies like tesla and even ride hailing services like Uber and lift. They're bringing new competition. In response established carmakers are closing ranks towards each other to be able to share costs and to be able to invest through this like on. That's really what's driving a lot of these merger discussions in partnership discussions to Reynaud has been making electric vehicles for years, while Fiat Chrysler, has been lagging behind its decided to focus on money-making brands like Jeep, and ram, big pickups, and SUV's. Plus, it has premium brands like Maserati Reynaud is pushing smaller low cost vehicles Fiat Chrysler thrives in the Americas. Particularly in the United States. Reynaud doesn't sell cars in North America at all. But it's a major player in Europe and Russia that also like a pretty good fit. One has small cars in the other big trucks, one offers luxury vehicles. The other goes down market, but they feel have problem which is trying to Felipe Munoz is an analyst at auto researcher Jada. Dynamics. He says, neither company has a foothold in the crucial Chinese market. Then there are the practical problems of merging and not in another culture. I know the more factories that's more people to teach to work together, which Fiat Chrysler, has to do already since the merger that made it back in two thousand fourteen Blyleven cries which are Italians on American that way only but he's not an easy thing. And it would be even harder if you try to preserve the French Renos alliance with Nissan of Japan, another complication Reynaud is part owned by the French government and has strong unions. The want to preserve local jobs, Fiat Chrysler says the deal if it happens would not result in any plant closures. Camilo dominancy, NPR news.
New York City Lawmakers Pass Landmark Climate Measure
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Fidelity Investments, taking a personalized approach to helping you grow and protect your wealth. Learn more at fidelity dot com slash wealth. Fidelity brokerage services LLC on the steps of New York City hall more than one hundred people celebrated the passage of a landmark climate Bill last week. It doesn't target cars or coal it regulates big buildings. New York mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to sign the Bill into law soon. He says it's the first law in the world require emissions cuts from existing buildings, and it could serve as a model for other cities NPR's Camilo, Domino's ski reports think of New York City's famous skyscrapers. Now, imagine the power it takes to heat and cool and eliminate them. And maybe it's not so surprising. That buildings are responsible for two thirds of the city's greenhouse gas emissions. New York City mayor Bill de Blasio called it. The mother load in an interview with NPR buildings are the single biggest piece of the problem that hasn't been addressed. And we have the tools to do it right now. Everything about this. New law is big it focuses on big buildings and calls for big cuts to emissions ultimately eighty percent. And if buildings don't comply they will face big fines recuse the biggest buildings if these goals are not met the fines can be one. Million dollars per year or more even so what does it take for a building to slash its carbon emissions? Take a ride on the Empire State. Building's elevator. The world's most famous and you get to see Bill. Flakes to the last ten years. This landmark has gone through an ambitious energy efficiency overhaul. Tourists visiting the hundred and two storey landmark can't see them. But retrofits are everywhere. Insulated windows dim -able lights upgraded air conditioning, tools for tenants to cut consumption. Even that elevator is more efficient. There is no silver bullet these are lots of little pieces. So we call it silver buckshot, Anthony Malkin is the CEO of the Empire State realty trust which owns the building when you were deuce energy consumption, reduce carbon up. It's very simple. The Empire State building has dramatically slashed both energy use and emissions. But New York City's new legislation ultimately calls for even more cuts. This is absolutely a step that goes beyond anything that we've even accomplished in our buildings. The new law will carry a hefty price tag collectively the required retrofits will cost an estimated four billion dollars. But that's just looking at the costs. There are savings too. From lower bills over time. I'm the Empire State building spent millions on those retrofits, but it is already made back the investment, and then some so some of the required retrofits will pay for themselves, but de Blasios technologies that won't always be true. They are the kinds of mandates that assum building owners will find to be stretch goals, and we'll find to be difficult. But that's the point. That is the law is designed to push owners to make changes they wouldn't. Otherwise, New York is already a very expensive city large commercial landlords are frustrated that they have to make changes when other buildings don't and suggest the law could drive business away. But the mayor emphasizes that financing will be available and the bill's supporters respond to concerns over cost by pointing out that climate change poses an existential threat to this coastal city. They recall the devastating effects of hurricane sandy muddied Silva. Feral runs a nonprofit that pushed for the bill's passage the knives over kids and our grandkids are steak, and we really need to. Take bold actions. She asks anyone running a cost analysis to remember to account for those human lives. Camille, domino, sqi NPR news, New York City.
"camilo" Discussed on KCRW
"The US and around the world Camilo domino, sqi NPR news. This afternoon all things considered. We have the story of father. He made a two thousand mile journey from Honduras to the United States seeking his daughter who was separated from him at the US Mexico border. Listen to your NPR station on the radio, but tell your smart speaker to play NPR or your member station by name. It's morning edition from NPR news, and you are listening to KCRW. I'm Josh barrow host of ws left right and center, we couldn't fit all the lawsuits in our show. So we've added a new one L RC presents all the president's lawyers a weekly examination of law liability and White House legal strategy. Get her on apple podcasts or KCRW dot com. The entire fleet of Boeing seven thirty-seven max aircraft has been grounded as you've been hearing from NPR Boeing has to deal with fixing the planes, but the fallout could extend far beyond that to the company's reputation. You'll find out what the impatience could be in about ten then later today, two.
Who Charges All Those Electric Scooters? Follow A Nocturnal 'Juicer'
"This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast business. Business has always been driven by innovators. That's why Comcast business is helping you with technology that provides better experiences. Comcast business beyond fast walked through an American city. And there's an increasing chance you'll need to maneuver around and electric scooter just parked there on the sidewalk while driving you pass people writing those scooters there for rent by the minute they run on batteries. And those batteries are at the center of this story because somebody has to charge them. NPR's Camilo domino ski met a man who has a side hustle as he sleeps jokers are just finished watching the sunset from his thirteenth floor office in Arlington Virginia his day job is over but his evening gig is just beginning. He pulls out his phone and opens his scooter apps people use these apps to ride scooters during the day. But it's night Kerzner is hunting for scooters that need to be charged Pokemon go and you make money he. Down to the parking garage and hops in his car, a burgundy Subaru Impreza. Yes, we have two scooters that are supposed to be right over there. The scooters are standing on a sidewalk just around the corner krizner can make four bucks on each. The amount varies based on how low the battery is or how long the scooters been left there. He hops out scans the scooters and puts them in the back of his compact hatchback. Now, you remember we list left, my office building and that took around thirty seconds. So it's eight dollars in the matter of one minute. So I think it's a pretty good deal. All right, next one Kerzner's just getting started. There's another one right across the street to easy tonight. Is the perfect krizner picks up electric scooters from two companies lime and bird scooters are hot. These companies are both valued at billions of dollars. And they rely on gig economy workers like him to charge their scooters, and it should be in five four three two one beep. Some people charge. Few scooters night, others charge dozens all right? So that's three. So we have. Twelve bucks back in the car. Kerzner puts on his Goto scooter charging song escrow fire next bird. This. Kerzner says that over the last six months, he's made more than nine thousand dollars at the side hustle from the scooter company's perspective Kerzner's, not just charging scooters. He's also retrieving them from out of the way locations like one that's practically under a Bush and hasn't been ridden in four days drop them off wherever the heck do you wanna take them? You know? Sort over there. The next morning. He'll put them in a better spot lime scooters are green. But the birds are black the beep and flash to help Kerzner find them in the dark the electric scooters stack up in his hatchback. He's got a system for squeezing them in his record is fourteen in one load some nights. He does several runs for one who crazy I can capture thirty birds tonight. There's a ton of birds right now. Let's go buddy a few months ago. There was fierce competition to pick up these scooters, but it's cold and windy tonight. And the companies are paying less per scooter than they used to. So there aren't as many rivals to contend with after collecting a dozen scooters and wrestling the last one into position. Kerzner heads home and starts to carry the scooters to his patio. He's forty two a consultant with a background in architecture. He's got a good job. He says his income is decent. But he's glad to have a side gig expensive rent the car payments cable bills, you know. You know, you know, you talk about like, you know, disappear mental middle class. I feel like I'm in that zone rock lift fine comfortably. But you know, you wanna have a little more financial stability, this definitely helps. He runs an extension cord from his kitchen to his patio to power up the scooters. His chargers are neatly organized. I feel like birds are almost my kids. This point, you know, and I've been taking care of him so much this scooters will take a few hours to charge Kerzner says the impact on his electric Bill is negligible before seven AM tomorrow Kerzner will unplug his flock load them back up and neatly placed the charged up scooters in spots pre-selected by bird, and then he'll head to his day job where his co workers have nicknamed for him. They call him the Birdman Camilo, Domino's sqi NPR news.
"camilo" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"And it's wonderful commiserated with with Gora afterwards. Vira a little message. I invited him out for bears. He said, no, thanks. I tried. Thanks. I said, thanks. But he said, thanks, but no, thanks, and I said to him. Was it Luke aplly plan out of his mind or was about that office? And he said it was about. That's fair enough. I'm sure row niche could've played better. But you can take nothing is all of one. Yeah. And none of the other isn't it because because the the nuances of the sport and the mind games in the the fractions of fractions, fractions if things play. Yeah. Such that. But. I'll tell you what I was a heck of a twenty minutes Camilo surrounded a hack into especially are known play in current curious yet. Was very quickly. He's binning things. Tomorrow, the two women semi's and then the night session. An adult sits Obas. Competitive Collins verse of backing verte there. I find it hard to believe Kavita one hit her a complicit giver. It's tough soccer. I think she looks amazing. And she said that she could be something interesting impress how she's played a lot of defensive players tournament. Who maybe she doesn't know me like playing Piscopo thing based on what she was saying perhaps suits or a bit more give gives instant pace. Yeah. Yeah. All right. I'm convinced got in the night session. And Adele sits pass. He's going to blink first looking at one another. I have to go down just because of. Prediction. This is the place of made a lot of. Hey, he's playing really well, Victoria. Know, steve. I mean, the is. I think I'm ready. Well, yes, see he often eats one handed backhands for breakfast, sits go to great one ended back. And and I think he can stand up to him better than a lot of people. But I just think that leftie serve will take toiling chilly sets. Five who? On gonna go and doubt in four close sense. Yeah. I could I could see that too. I could also recycles the same. It's best. But I'm gonna gonna down at four close sets. I'm really concerned about the fitness of now. But I I don't have any evidence that he's injured. So I'm gonna go with me. I think it's needs to go in thinking going to make this physical got to hang in the and make this alone. One thing is. Has impressed me hugely. And I I am picking him for tomorrow night. But if it gets into a fifth, we have not seen him physically tested. Really we've Moi's admitting that they've changed his technique to shorten points. I still think there along those there if somebody can ring the bells, so that's gonna be the plan just decide crooked bay for friends today because. And Nick Lima who beat the Bryan brothers and Kristen Denisovich one doubles. And and then. Yeah. And then you look good point. French them for the streaming Murray lost. Unmixed doubles tough tough. When you're still. Really nice. Yeah. Yeah. Get on him and some stays and Shang Hsi-wei or currently in action in a thirds against strips of and on the road live arena streets amd Kendra ship on drew shiver. He had a great USA open is not had great anything since. But you know. Storm. We'll talk about her another time we've been the tennis because not as Asian with the telegraph our executive produces tennis booze dot com. Our mascot is Rio with a Y, and he's wonderful and we'll see tomorrow..
"camilo" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"This song is something else. She was not joking around with you put this thing. Camilo Vanna number four iheartradio top fifty songs eighteen here. We go. Fresh..
"camilo" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Don. We live in. Ha. New music on L A's number one hit music station one or two point seven. She's performing at our sold out kiss. FM jingle ball presented by Capital One later on tonight. Tickets in the front section because it's a Thursday Camilo consequences on kiss FM..
Saudi Arabia tries to salvage its investment conference -
"Of individuals and organizations including prominent Americans have backed out NPR's Camilla. Domino's ski reports certain guests are distancing themselves from the Saudi Crown prince who is widely suspected of ordering a hit on a Washington Post columnist who died inside the Saudi consulate in Turkey Saudi Arabia's future. Investment initiative was all set to attract CEO's from across the world, then journalists Jamal kashogi disappeared in Istanbul and Turkey said there was evidence. Saudi Arabia had him killed many Americans pulled out of the conference, including the CEO's of BlackRock G P Morgan Chase and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, but there's still a crowd gathered in Riyadh, including business leaders and heads of state Saudi Arabia says it signing fifty billion dollars worth of deals on the first day of the three. Three day conference, mostly through the state oil company, an appearance by Saudi Crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman was greeted with applause. He told reporters the event was going well with quote, more people more money, Camilo, Dombrowski NPR news.
"camilo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Have service Camilo domino, Ascii NPR news. This is NPR news five twenty nine now time for us to take another look at bay area traffic conditions as we check in with Joe McConnell. I Joe you there. Okay. Well, we're apparently having a little trouble. Getting a hold of Joe McConnell. We'll check in again in just a few minutes. Support for this morning comes from the California earthquake authority. The great California shakeout drill is on October eighteenth today at ten eighteen this morning practice drop cover and hold on when the ground shakes registered earthquakeauthority dot com slash shakeout. And by city national Bank, working to help businesses entrepreneurs and their families for over sixty years city, national Bank the way up learn more at CNBC dot com. Warmer than yesterday under sunny skies today, we'll have highs ranging from the upper sixties at the coast to the mid eighties inland. We'll get a news update from NPR now. And as we take you back to the network for that news update, the time here it is now exactly five-thirty live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. President Trump is threatening to deploy the US military to close the border with Mexico. If Mexico won't heart halt large groups of migrants, seeking to enter the country this as a group of Hondurans continues its trek toward the border. The Washington Post is publishing a column written by Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi just before he disappeared in Turkey more than two weeks ago. The posts Karen Attia tells NPR's morning edition. This story is moving to more geopolitical story a story about US Saudi relations goal for I think we just decided that it was good to bring the story back. Jamal secretary of state Mike Pompeo meets with the president this morning at the White House following his talks in Saudi Arabia and Turkey, the former president of USA gymnastics is under arrest. Steve penny is accused of tampering with evidence and covering up the sexual abuse of athletes by one time team, Dr Larry Nassar NPR's. Emily Sullivan reports Nassar, a former USA doctor has been jailed for ten counts of criminal sexual conduct more than two hundred fifty women and girls have accused him pennies is the first arrest of an alleged Nassar enabler, Texas. Authorities say penny destroyed or hid documents related to Nassar's behavior at a training facility that were crucial to their investigation. This is NPR news from Washington. The death toll from hurricane Michael is up to twenty nine mostly in the Florida, panhandle. Three more deaths are being reported, many people are still listed as missing their utility say power is being restored to more homes and businesses in the panhandle. Eight days after Michael came ashore as a category four hurricane some school systems say they expect to resume classes next week the Taliban are stepping up their rhetoric ahead of weekend. Parliamentary elections in Afghanistan. Jennifer glass reports from Kabul into statements, the Taliban are calling on influential Afghans to thwart the elections. They asked religious and tribal leaders scholars and elders to stand against what the Taliban. Call a plot of the invaders. They say the elections are employed by the west to install a parliament, it can control and prolong the occupation of Afghanistan and other post is education officials to do all they can to prevent the elections, including not eleven schools to be used as polling places where teachers or students to be election workers. The Taliban have threatened violence, and they in Islamic state has unleashed a number of attacks empathy, really the elections. Western officials say this is a sign they are scared of an electoral process that could strengthen democracy an ordinary voices for NPR news. I'm Jennifer glass in Kabul, the Taliban are claiming responsibility for yesterday's deadly attack targeting a NATO convoy near the US military base in bog REM it left, two civilians dead. The wounded included five soldiers from the Czech Republic. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. I'm Robin young two.
Who is Noah Centineo From 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before'?
"So today, oh is here. Guys, six to twenty two years old. He's superstar in the net. Flicks movie to all the boys I've loved before. So now, you're also the voice of communica bears love interest in Havana. How'd that happened with you guys? I was on Senator and get a call from manager. And he's like, hey, man. We have this opportunity to do a music video for this artists. Not sure if you'd be interested. Well, how about your manager with no details? Wait is a song. And there's a singer. I don't know. Well, who's who's who's the singer? What's the song? Communica havana. My sister just showed me the song huge Camilo fan. Absolutely. Let's go. I didn't realize how much we had in common. I just did a music video. I just did a music video for Drake. Just did the feelings video for Drake hitting me. I did. Yeah. He's in it. Yeah. If you scroll in seven minutes and thirty five seconds into the music video there, I am. That's me to slow it down. We're practically kin. Right. Show. What's next? This'll obviously be a lot of. A lot of exposure. Have you looked at what's next? Yes. So I have another film coming out. It's why young adult rom com as well. It's called Sierra. Burgess is a loser. And then another film to stand in is is on its way. It's great to meet you. You're you're going to have a bakery. You can tell a smart. The guy is to write talented is Martin congratulations on this film net. Flicks. A get in there. You'll see his face float through to all the boys. I've
"camilo" Discussed on Piano Jazz Shorts
"Hi, I'm Marion mcpartlin my guest. Today's Michel Camilo. He's one of the brightest and most exciting pianists on the scene today. His Welwyn approach to his music, technical brilliance, and exciting, let and rhythms make him a joy to hear. He really isn't. He smiles of storm to how are you? Michelle. Great. Thanks. That's good. Wow. Wow. You laughing, it's all Introduction, action. my God. Well, I mean, it's, it's pretty true. I think I've been listening to you for quite a while and everytime, hey, I hear you. I'm amazed at Where'd you get those chops? Well, well, class chops class jobs guy now. Well, you know, I studied classical piano for a long time down in my country in Santo Domingo in the Republic, and I was classical piano for a long time. And then that how you started, I mean, you started up classical piano and you didn't play any jazz? No, not really. I didn't play. I hear my my ankle blazin. We'll sometimes, but in reality, I didn't know what jazz was about until I heard are Tatum on the radio one day. That must really have given you surprise that was quite as a prize for sure shock. And is that actually got you listening to jazz hearing Tatum that was it because you know, as a pianist for me to hear all these control and beauty and absolute artistry was quite a shock. Well, tell me how you got started playing all digits. I mean where you like a child prodigy. Well, they used to call me job probably, yeah, because I started playing when I was four and a half an accordion, which was the instrument that wasn't house and at five. I started writing my own tools in my family. There's a lot of musicians. There's a little composers also, tuna rations. Does your father play an instrument they? He plays a little bit. He's the lesser when I totally in the family, but I have nine oncogenes and a lot of them play or seeing or write music in nine my God, you've got a band right there. That's right. Well, that's what happened to every family will get together. That's what will happen. The whole orchestra will come together. My family at some point said, you know, you can be musician, but, but you can be mission by Hobie by profession. Yeah, right. And. What I was doing was studying at the national conservatory and might each her. My position teacher there. So that I was going into the university study menacing and actually went and left the piano for two years on families pressure. Yeah. And then he said, no, I'm going to keep you tied to music, and then he offered me post in the National Symphony. When I was extreme and he said, you never learn to play percussion, but you'll on job, but I want to layer the pianist percussion instrument anyway. So he flew into the National Symphony Orchestra. Why? That's interesting because he probably really saved to from a career that you might not have wanted to be in because I mean, let's really want to be a doctor that non wanted to be a musician. Yes, obviously. And then two years after I went back into the conservatorium finished my career in and thanks to him. I'm still here doing music. Then you came over here and it went to Juilliard. That's right. I came here wanting to keep on studying and study that Julia and. Story manage college as well. And and then after that, I story, like I say, in the clubs and the real life when jam sessions, and it's right to make my way in there. And how about how about from from the album? I think the new once called Michelle Commissioner, Camilo. Yeah. Yeah. This is a ballot and I love writing Matt's, you know, I love to write all this core changes, and I know. 'cause you have time to to let them go by nice and easy. You know everybody can. This is what I like to your ballot. Playing get seem as if you kind of linga every card so that that's really get to hear it is almost like a meditation is inter in very introspective. That's true. Well, what's this one called is called nostalgia. Okay..
"camilo" Discussed on Z100
"Boys at number. Nineteen moving through your top. Twenty so communica mayo has a busy. Summer she's been on the road with Taylor swift and in between those, shows she's working her way through her own headlining. Tour but she, says what she's looking forward to most when it's all over is just hanging out with, Taylor even though they're on tour, together Camilo said that the crazy schedule each are too tired to hang out most of the. Time but when they've wrapped up the final, day that's when they will make time makes plans and Show Low. Bit never be the same number. Eighteen Phil Camila Cabello there.
"camilo" Discussed on RobinLynne
"The government's plotting against remember him camilo probably stuff for me care do scotto pretty vicious never have started our going much.
"camilo" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"I was getting isn't the number one hit music station camilo saying how she felt great not having social media for a few days girl the one you've been waiting for she jamie diet too does she make you feel does she make you feel does she because i wanna know does she make you feel number one hit music station okay good down sean own makes elsewhere though me come in i know mitsu ongoing.
"camilo" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Good news stories the word of the day at a thousand bucks all coming up fm camilo cabal good morning thanks power thanks say good.
"camilo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You've been in touch with students who are very passionate about this and they're making their way to where you are in washington what's their story so once you and i talked to her name is camilo duarte she's a senior at pump it'll be school just fifteen minutes away from parkland and she lost two friends in the shooting including how came oliver who's a fellow student from venezuela camilo says she's joining the rally because she doesn't want more immigrant students especially those who are undocumented to go from fleeing violent countries only to experience violence in their classrooms we come to the united states fleeing gun violence weekend denison fleeing guns from countries in school used to be the place where on documented you fell the most save and now they have to live with fear of combines all over again kenya other ways in which immigrants students feel that they're especially vulnerable to gun violence absolutely and especially because of the current political and social climate we've seen that there are a rise in hate crimes and hateful incidents since the presidential election and even the shooter park lawns owned background is a bit of concern for immigrants students and other students of color who are attending schools in that area i mean we did see that there are reports that the shooter did have possibly bigoted backgrounds or bigoted ideologies and so many of the students felt like this was an attack on the diversity of their community and especially being that there are immigrant students in these classrooms and some of the activists i talked to pointed out that many black and brown communities have been advocating for gun reform for decades because they experienced it in their own communities and communities has her own community in her own community there were marches and walkouts by students of color that didn't get as much press support these concrete hostels thunders sadly and i think the parklands students and never again movement has sweatdrenched signs said the black community and the brown community might do and we are voices might do and we've been leading this fight for decades what about solutions kenya i mean we've heard people suggest more police in school or arming teachers how is that being received among immigrant and minority students.
"camilo" Discussed on Channel 955
"Channel nine new music i'm not gonna lie she was always my favorite in fifth harmony and now she's doing her thing on her own she's opening up for taylor swift at summer going on her own to it'd be here in april camilo kabeya never be the same wjr vein pain thanks me the news you're on channel nine five five what's putting you in a good mood today eight twenty four seven and i got a flyer saints buffet coming soon i tape the door and everything i.
"camilo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Coffee farmers observe and consult on the farming practices and get the farmers to bide samples of their coffee cherries then willem would take those sample backed the us for testing to see if any of them just my qualify as speciality coffee and so a few months later grabbed r joins willem and another coffee exporting that can be up on a plane bound for yemen with regard to yemen head of yours are these old camilo and warm they has to leave on the next flight out this was a tricky time for yemen it was the wake of the arab spring the who 'this and northern rebel group had been agitating for more tana me so it probably wasn't the best idea for westerners to go torn around the highlands milk targets day since he was yemeni but the coffee trip was officially over after all muchtar didn't really know enough to be able to talk to the farmers much less convinced them the handover samples i will go through these up like i obviously don't anymore coffee or farm in or exporting or importing anything and so i was going to book my flights leave and then i i dislodged myself and i thought you know what let me just tried to finish his month and this is where mostar's faking it to you make it strategy gets a little more a li gray so i didn't live fighting sale as part of the coffee quasi institute i just said that i worked with the coffee coffee institute in our work with you know experts like will on boots because any in yemen uh when you're an outsider they assume that you know everything which means he also had to look the part of the fatty western coffee specialist when i bought this like leather bound journal cash drain you tyrone dick and the look like something out of like indiana jones right and had these old like 1941 wireframed hexagon classes in my watch had this watch that it wasn't so expensive but it looked like it was expensive and so attractive walk on this very thin line so with his hazy credentials and his taxes on glasses mokhtar managed to convince one of the farmers from an abusive to let him come visit is village in a place called hina.
"camilo" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Your for us agriculture than it is for subsistence agriculture in subsaharan africa so let's go to camilo calling from des moines iowa camilo thank you for calling you're on the air high carver here okay what do you see uh well i just murder puerta in and put a little the ira's who are working to learn industry and personally i believe that the us should stay with the climate agreement though because that coal that the president of supporting will soon with more than likely the comfort of the past from the night won't be able to be used and i believe that to lend itself in a state of iowa would be that for the time example or some of the two followed by filling with you'll live so many jobs generated because so many uh in clinton opportunity as i've ever uh has been created because went and i believe that in the near future that couch got cold will leave behind the winners streak and if so the renewable energy sector will take the the the ball into that force camilo we hear your your voting for wind you're working in wind and i appreciate your call robert stevens you're listening there in bonn what about i mean the thing that there's camilo working on wind right now in iowa but what the trump administration is pushing in bonn is american fossil fuels with our uh opening up of all the shale fuels we have a lot of oil and gas coming on onstream year and and nuclear what about the administration's argument that these are going to be necessary in the us is going to be a giant in providing them so the economic on this are very clear that the us is.
"camilo" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Curve ball from camilo pasquil and my foot was so far in the dugout he said this is not going to happen but you're good athlete he always a decent athlete at the land in school for boys right put not no it was the all day the old days you know you play baseball basketball football that was it who your dad's pows of the writers who did you did you get to meet his powell well first of all you you you you gave my father a great compliment you said one of the joys of this is tony kornheiser one of the joys of my life was to carry the typewriter asarco thread sme extra shirlow bills that's right because people said i couldn't carry their tarp are in fact idea they were in separate bowl too they had the greatest respect for each other and if you went to a big event where they both would be they would be the last two in the press bonus everybody was gone and they were still bloodletting to find the find the right ear for them did you to this day there are only four sports writers who ever won the pulitzer prize for writing columns there's arthur daily of the new york times walter wesley smith of the new york times day endless in the new york times and jim murray of the la times and dead suga did it bother you fought because he won this this for this national press club fords i hope he's not listening.
"camilo" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"I do love miami and are venue looks fabulous lead we've got the party that nato at the store for us just celebrities coming out camilo anthony's going to be here said not joe an army here fans are this panic pop fans but not very very famous guy from venezuela um and of course the fights themselves are are are going to be amazing so i think this is without a doubt our biggest show and they could start best show and she said combined a class to fill very happy to be part of el classical the most famous soccer game the world do you have what's called tentpole susan would you say this is one of them or even to another degree is this the vessel you've ever put together in terms of not only what you're going to present inside la la but everything that comes with the experience the frantic spirits vettori i yeah i mean i i think the question you know i can i got an answer yet the question you know we did a fantastic show in mexico city when we were there last and now that was a very big we're in one of the former olympic arenas we had a great turnout the fights were great uh a little melo who is uh now he was a a new woman fighter for us cheated that devastating kick knockout that they've really got picked up uh and went viral so that was great but i say yes we've surpassed.
"camilo" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Now like that because it does to me i agree with you there's if you don't yearn for something than we don't act towards it and into me ii think so much of living good life is is about committing to a process of growth now is fun but knowing that usually not for eight all hopefully tomorrow you like you'll learn something and then you'll you and you aspire and there's all this research actually it's camilo the puzzle psychology that shows that we are in our are most satisfied or most meaning filled state when we are aspiring when we're working towards something were sort of like wired four striving andi guess it's not so much the process of striving our desire that gets not but it's it's the attachment to the thing that you're striving after fit out but but again the this is where likei get messed up because unlike if you have no genuine attachment to it how could you aspire towards it or desire it which is where yeahwelli would ask does it bring you joy and it because it's always about the process soi actually have something to this is great that you're that you're getting into this soi think will first of all there's that thing about holding on loosely right and so it's not that you don't have an idea or you don't put any work in or you don't dream it's like you you have the dream and then you step in to be a player or a manifester or a cocreator and that dream but in that and then you release at any given all backed ma so when i wake up in the morning i dedicate my i thank mathati woke up and that i'm here and then at the end of the day i give her all of my triumphs and all of my tragedies everything belongs to her so it's kind of that that sort of separates it and the thing that's really beautiful about life and i always say this that if if you're really blessed you'll be given a sacred moment at least one time in your life maybe multiple times and the sacred moment is what i defined as when you're on your knees so it's that moment where a loved one dies there's an accident something like that.