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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 4 d ago

Update on the latest sports

"P. sports on the ferry the Astros are making a return trip to the fall classic correspondent Adam splaine has the details on the shoulders of your don Alvarez's for for for night the Houston Astros are American League champions for the third time in five years after beating the Boston Red Sox in game six of the American League Championship Series tied to nothing the four hit night caps a series for Alvarez that saw him bat five twenty two earning him series MVP honors Astros shortstop Carlos Correa says he's excited to get back to this point when okay guys I love the red Sox were held to just three runs over the last three games of the series over to the NBA Kevin Durant had a triple double in the nets closed on a sixteen one run to beat the seventy Sixers one fourteen one oh nine Taran had twenty nine points fifteen rebounds and twelve assists for the nets who trailed by fourteen before getting their first win the defense side you know that's how I can't turn their attentions plant right wait stop terms like that the Suns beat the Lakers one fifteen one oh five the jazz knocked off the kings one ten one one the next role to a one twenty one ninety six route of the magic the raptors clobbered the Celtics one fifteen eighty three the bulls for one twenty eight one twelve winners over the pelicans the nuggets are to one oh two ninety six victory against the spurs the wizards outlasted the Pacers one thirty five one thirty four in overtime the rockets hammered the thunder one twenty four ninety one and the Hornets posted at one twenty three one twelve win over the Cavaliers in hockey Charlie Coyle had a goal and two assists as the Bruins handed the Sabres their first loss of the season for one Taylor hall had a goal and an assist to back Linas hallmark who stopped thirty four shots against his former team but it's definitely going to be one of those life to live long memories for sure it was very special elsewhere on NHL ice it was a shark's beating the Leafs five three the stars getting a three two overtime win against the kings in the Orleans defeating the golden knights five three Dave Ferrie AP sports

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Terry McAuliffe Can't Say the Real Reason for Job Loss in Virginia

Mark Levin

00:26 sec | 5 d ago

Terry McAuliffe Can't Say the Real Reason for Job Loss in Virginia

"By the way the mcauliffe campaign is running an ad of some fat slob standing in front of a refinery Blaming For the fact that people were laid off there in the refiner was shut down What isn't that slob blamed the source of it The no growth Marxist Democrat party environmental so called movement Because you know prima Carlos a liar and

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McCullers still hoping to help Astros despite injury

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

McCullers still hoping to help Astros despite injury

"Carlos Correa seventeen home run broke a three three tie as the Houston Astros took the opener of the American League Championship Series with a five four win over the Boston Red Sox the Astros added an insurance run in the bottom of the eighth which they needed because ki K. Hernandez led off the ninth with a solo Homer to Ryan Pressly retired the next three hitters to preserve the win Houston fell behind three to one in the third but seven Astros relievers held the red Sox to just one run over six one third innings he gave Hernandez finished four for five with two homers Adams pulling Houston

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Chapter 4 of 'American Marxism' Is a Frequent Favorite

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 2 weeks ago

Chapter 4 of 'American Marxism' Is a Frequent Favorite

"I went into a Barnes and no copies audiobook and I also got the breaking the news and four copies of that in an audiobook and I have to listen to it twice because I'm just a high school educated truck driver and it's got a lot of stuff that I have to research and find out what it means But my favorite chapter so towards chapter four and I'm actually on the second going through a second time on there But Alex Carlos book will answer some of your questions about who's at the media and stuff like that He's got a lot of stuff But Jonathan I've always said about this book Take your time and you may have to go through it once or twice There are twice And chapter four is on the CRT and gender ism and Marxism how they all relate and that seems to be among the favorite of a lot of folks too And you know I had a dirty Joe just FYI you know and to do my part to speak out and everything I had a dirty trailer I just went up to Boston and on the back of the trailer you know I wrote my glove and I wrote CRT equals segregation And on the other side I wrote read American Marxism by Mark Levin With Tennessee And nobody saw that yet Well thank you for that I

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Chicago fan uses prosthetic leg to catch baseball tossed into stands at Sox game

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chicago fan uses prosthetic leg to catch baseball tossed into stands at Sox game

"Game for the AL division series between the white Sox and visiting Astros was pushed back to Tuesday Carlos for Donna still scheduled to start for Chicago on Tuesday with game one starter lance Lynn available out of the bullpen Astros manager dusty Baker will go with lance McCullers instead of Jose or Katie the big topic at the ballpark Monday was accusations from white Sox reliever Ryan Tepera who said the Astros were stealing signs during the first two games of the series in Houston Baker didn't seem bothered by to Paris charge most listened to Eric Clapton this morning and

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Correa, Alvarez help Astros take 2-0 lead over Sox in ALDS

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Correa, Alvarez help Astros take 2-0 lead over Sox in ALDS

"Behind a five run seventh inning the Houston Astros grabbed a two games to none lead in its American League division series after beating the Chicago White Sox nine to four guard on Alvarez put the Astros on top with an RBI single and Carlos Correa followed with a two run double Kyle Tucker capped the rally with a two run Homer firmer Valdez started for Houston and allowed four runs over four one third innings but five Astros relievers kept Chicago off the scoreboard the rest of the day Tim Anderson Louise Robert collected three hits for the white Sox Adam schooling Houston

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McCullers shines as Astros beat White Sox 6-1 in Game 1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

McCullers shines as Astros beat White Sox 6-1 in Game 1

"Lance McCullers junior tossed six and two thirds innings of shutout baseball as the Houston Astros beat the Chicago White Sox in game one of the American League division series six to one the colors allowed four hits all of them singles without walking a batter to go with four strikeouts guard on Alvarez doubled and homered for the Astros well Michael Brantley Carlos Correa and Jake Myers added two hits weights when was tagged with the loss for the white Sox after allowing five runs on six hits in three two thirds innings Jose Brady finished with two hits and an RBI out of schooling Houston

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Correa, Astros clinch AL West, open playoffs vs White Sox

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Correa, Astros clinch AL West, open playoffs vs White Sox

"Behind Carlos Correa's fourth inning three run home run Houston Astros clinched their fourth American League west title in five years after beating the Tampa Bay rays three to two Correa's Homer gives him a career high twenty five for the season and he says he plays for a special team we got a great ballclub they're gonna say have somebody you'll yeah we want to make a wifi straight ALCS for us we make it this year so hopefully we can do that and then with our series we really want that lets the colors junior earned his thirteenth win of the season by holding the race to just two runs over six innings and the bullpen trio of Ryne Stanek Kendall Graveman and Brian Presley kept the race off the board for the game's final three innings out of schooling Houston

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Brewers clinch NL Central, condemn Mets to losing record

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Brewers clinch NL Central, condemn Mets to losing record

"The brewers are NL central champs for the second time in four years following an eight four win over the Mets lead Thomas smacked a two run Homer and had three RBIs as Milwaukee completed a three game sweep of the bumbling New Yorkers Freddy Peralta one for the first time since August tenth ending this kitten which she went oh one two one five starts he allowed four runs and five hits over five in the third Peralta entered with a one sixty two opponents batting average on track to be the best since nineteen twenty losing pitcher Carlos Carrasco was reach for five runs over four innings I'm Dave Ferrie

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Siri, McCormick Rally AL West-Leading Astros Past D-Backs

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last month

Siri, McCormick Rally AL West-Leading Astros Past D-Backs

"Pose a Syrian Chas McCormick smacked back to back eight getting home runs as the Houston Astros stormed back to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks seven to six Houston trailed sixty four when ciri crush to to to pitch to tie the game and three pitches later McCormick went deep to left Ryan Pressly struck out the side in the ninth for his twenty fifth save and the wind drops the Astros magic number to clinch the American League west down to eight Carlos Correa finished two for four with a three run Homer Adams full lane Houston

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July 1987 TV Show Starring Carlos Alazraqui, Lynn Stobener, & Al Lubel Show #83 - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:56 min | Last month

July 1987 TV Show Starring Carlos Alazraqui, Lynn Stobener, & Al Lubel Show #83 - burst 1

"We have some great comedy coming from a comic impressionist from right here. In sacramento guys. Ready right alex rock last year the winner sisters all the way to number one your yard that crazy old land from the david letterman show is the same. Mr larry but melon ars lowered floor. But just i am about pollution control and i like it there for kind of a rowdy kid. When i was young we got way out. We did some crazy things like my mom would come in. We'd be fooling around. You cut out horsely. How long timmy's nailing metal shoes to my feet. Yeah we were riding my brother that got stoned on the weekends. You know and they made excuses for their lack of behavior. Like ask to do things like fred. Let's go to the part. is it free. La

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Correa HR Triggers 7-Run 4th, Astros Roll Past Rangers 12-1

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

Correa HR Triggers 7-Run 4th, Astros Roll Past Rangers 12-1

"Carlos Correa triggered a seven run fourth with a three run homers the Astros clobbered the Rangers twelve to one Alex Bregman had the first of his pair of two run singles during Houston's big fourth replacement starter Luis Garcia took a shutout into the sixth to help Houston keep its seven game lead over Oakland in the AL west Garcia was reach for one run and five hits over five in the third Chas McCormick hit a two run shot me fitting for the Astros who won the AL second best record at eighty five and sixty I'm Dave Ferrie

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Rodgers, Story Go Deep, Rockies Beat Braves 5-4

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Rodgers, Story Go Deep, Rockies Beat Braves 5-4

"A pair of home runs in a solid pitching performance by John gray led the Colorado Rockies to a five to four victory over the Atlanta Braves Trevor story had a solo shot in the second and Brendan Rodgers had a two run home run in the fourth for the Rockies Roger said he enjoys playing the role of spoiler in the National League we're just trying to kind of ruin their own playoff hopes honestly and kind of fun winning these big games these close games like against really good teams the Braves close the gap to one run in the eighth on a pretty Freeman triple an Avenue about two run Homer closer Carlos Estevez shut down Atlanta in the bottom of the ninth Tookie to some was the starter and loser for the Braves Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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Hey Siri! Astros Rookie Homers Twice in 15-1 Win at Rangers

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Hey Siri! Astros Rookie Homers Twice in 15-1 Win at Rangers

"The Astros put together a fifteen one laugher against the Rangers as Jose Siri homered twice and added a two run single in his first big league start searing finish four for five with five RBIs while scoring three times for the AL west leaders Astros manager dusty Baker was impressed two home runs and five RBIs four hits on me that that is a right to remember you know for the rest your life Jordaan Alvarez hit a pair of four hundred foot homers and Alex Bregman added a two run Homer for Houston which also received two run doubles from Carlos Correa and Jose out Tuesday question hi there got the win in relief of Jaco Reyes he left with a sore right foot after covering first base in the second inning I'm Dave Ferrie

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José Abreu Hits 3-Run Homer as White Sox Top Red Sox 4-3

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

José Abreu Hits 3-Run Homer as White Sox Top Red Sox 4-3

"Carlos row down up his record at twelve and five while lowering his ERA to two point three eight as the white Sox edged the red Sox four to three row down who just came off the injured list went five innings allowing just three hits while striking out seven corporate pitched five innings be able to put together you know give our team a chance to win a multiple can take over yeah I mean I'm I'm happy with it I'd like to go six or seven but sure that's coming off and simply Jose Abreu who hit a three run Homer in the third inning giving him one hundred seven RBIs which is tops in the majors with the victory the white Sox reduced their magic number down to twelve to win the AL central and in spite of the loss the red Sox still have the lead in the AL wild card race David Shuster Chicago

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McMahon, Hilliard Homer in 9th, Rally Rockies Over Phillies

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

McMahon, Hilliard Homer in 9th, Rally Rockies Over Phillies

"Pensioner Ryan McMahon and Sam Hilliard hit back to back home runs with two out in the ninth inning sending the Phillies to a demoralizing for three loss to the Rockies in Canada he retired the first two batters in the ninth and was one strike away from the save until Colton Welker singled and scored on the man's go ahead home run we're kind of trying to play spoiler right you know we're we're playing some teams are trying to play a spot so you know we're just going to kind of be are getting in you know there's a lot of fun not comes following the night Philadelphia had runners on second and third in the bottom half Brad Miller scored on a ground out the Carlos Estevez struck out pinch hitter JT Realmuto to end it Bryce Harper hit his thirtieth home run for the Phillies who now sit three and a half games behind the NL east leading Braves I'm Dave Ferrie

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Giants Get 4 in 9th to Beat Rockies; 1st Team With 90 Wins

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Giants Get 4 in 9th to Beat Rockies; 1st Team With 90 Wins

"The giants are forty games over five hundred after putting together a four run nineteen to seven four victory at Colorado the Rockies lead for three until lamonte Wade junior lined a two run single and scored on Evan Longoria's two run double Brandon Crawford homered and branded delta three hits for the NL west leaders who were the first major league team with ninety wins Tyler Rogers help San Francisco get its fourth straight victory working a scoreless eighth to move to six and one Carlos Estevez took the loss at least Diaz doubled twice to put the Rockies ahead for three with a sixteenth home run I'm the ferry

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September 6th, 1651: King Charles II Flees for His Life

This Day in History Class

02:30 min | Last month

September 6th, 1651: King Charles II Flees for His Life

"Day was september. Sixth sixteen fifty one after fleeing for his life following his defeat at the battle of worcester. Charles the second. The king of scotland and rightful king of england took refuge in a tall oak tree where he remained until the coast was clear a few days earlier on september third oliver cromwell and his parliamentarian forces had won the final battle of the english civil war when it was clear the royalists had lost the twenty one year old charles the second escaped the battlefield on horseback with some of his most trusted men. They rode forty miles through the countryside. Until it last reaching the ruins of the white lady's nunnery on the northern border of shropshire. When they arrived charles troop said about disguising him. They dressed him in old. Clothes cut his hair and smeared his face with soot. It was a necessary measure because cromwell had already dispatched soldiers to hunt down. the road. King wanted posters quickly appeared far and wide and a one thousand pound reward was issued for his capture with the kings safe for the time. Being most of his friends departed to avoid drawing attention to the group. Only richard peril remained with charles to help lead him through the woods on september fifth. The pair fled towards the river. Saverne where they hoped to cross into wales and from their sale to the relative safety of france unfortunately they found that the severn was heavily. Guarded by cromwell's patrols left with no way forward. Charles and richard were forced to turn back the way they came this time. They headed for bosca bell house a remote hunting lodge about a mile away from the nunnery where they'd hidden the night before when they arrived at around three. Am on the morning of september six. They were informed by richards. Brothers that the white lady's nunnery had already been raided by cromwell's soldiers. Another royalist fugitive named major william carlos was also hiding out at bosko bell. He suggested that it would be safer. If charles didn't stay in the house instead. He recommended that the two of them climb a bushy oak tree on the house grounds. That way they could see in all directions and keep tabs on the enemy soldiers. Who would surely come looking for them.

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"carlos o. t" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

06:29 min | 2 months ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"By your president so that takes on because they their politics they are like you move really fast. And so yeah. And then this came the portended with clubs. L. came he wasn't. He took a lot of support. If i if. Gloria my wife wasn't me of i mean if she didn't support like she did it would not happy naive and top of l. for a year gloss open with a baby and i was in. That was not easy so there were a little sacrifices. Both he the sacrifice for a reason. I mean you hustle and got to call someone and you gotta sacrifice and then you look back and if you fucked up for review climbed the ladder and then you say look i struggle and star berlin four of history of a legacy that i can go back to my like man me your your mom and your dad were wearing a little room and one bathroom and you were a baby. Were happy and and you know what i'm saying. We hustle and and then we went downstairs and cover margaritas and they ceased. they're saying so so he's embracing embracing the how you do it if you can do anything but try your best to yourself you. I mean there's a lot of people try. You got to put it out there like even in in doing this You know there's a bunch of different things that presented itself a bunch of different weird things that people said. And i've tried to because i've been doing this years and made this. A goal made this a goal to try to grow this. Try different things and really put forth more effort in really. I want to say during the last year. I haven't really been saying no. I've just been saying let's just do it. And let's see what happens to your point if if you mess up you mess up but at least you knew you tried. And that's the thing. I told myself when trying to expand and grow in this space. Yeah people can people are gonna talk about. Accountability will hold them themselves accountable. I so if you're calling about accountability and whatever you call in accountability like racial injustice like any of whatever you know what i'm saying yourself first you're practicing what you're saying you're preaching what you're saying because if you're not the first thing that you should be protesting this to yourself in the mirror and then with yourself estar trying to project it to other positive energy don't throw rocks glass. That whole says yeah. I mean it's hard to to to hold yourself accountable to the standards that you want. Hold other people because it's hard to tournaments back on. You is like everyone else. But i can't see myself you know you're doing say bullshit right. This is crazy. Being hardwood yourself is I try to be hard when myself is hard for. My family is my friendships. You know what i'm saying. I'm not an easy guy. Sometimes it's like a little popular. Yeah but but it's it's just accountability in a sense of reality. If i want to talk the talk. I guess than the standard in an stemmed what i say and what i believe. You know what i'm saying. If i don't have that whether way have me congruent which evaluate like. It is what matters to me. Then do it otherwise you bullshitting. Yeah the only thing they gonna take when you die as myself in that nothing nothing material and it's kind of one of those things where some people run into that and i love you know things have changed in moving up in this this podcast pursuit in doing it with that interest. Or whatever the thing that you're driving right and i've heard different things. Oh you're you're you're so hard to get along with. And i was like because i'm driving toward something and i was like i'm very clear. Don't get away does just just. This is what i'm doing it. Don't get no way. Just give off the same effort or don't get like like i say he's behind people. Don't be rude to people. But there's some sensitive people men. There's some there's lessons sensitivity on on the atmosphere right now. Truth hurts men but as you said you do it do it. With love and carrying perspective so i got a few more questions before we wrap up here because we're getting into it. Let's talk about a little bit so guardian. what would it what is it. What guardian is pasher. Knows of one of my brother's been called back and myself and a lot of people's around in our jujitsu community ford to put you into places that no other sport dos because Somebody looking to choke you somebody looking to break your arm is always somebody look into. Thank you down and control you and humans. We don't tell control we don't take control. Our brain doesn't take control well so to put you in places that the oldest or the sports some food you of team sports don't do with boxing doesn't do it. Mma into it because they you can train those sports one hundred percent meeting going and train boxing with you one hundred percent because if i train one hundred percent every time i go supporting i go is something wrong with my brain is going. I don't wanna be coherent than ten years. Okay did so you can tap. I can go and tried to choke you until. I put john conscious. But you have you can top saying can try to break your arm up. So that gives you the ability of going one hundred percent in humans. Femara male male or female melon melon. Female can one hundred percent and have the ability of top and using techniques. Why are we passionate because it changed your team. He makes you humble and not everybody. Okay you can have some people that are still still pretty bad people but they bring their other the makes you like i was telling my my kid miller fear but not to panic. You know what i'm saying. So you never wanna panic so you can teach that okay. You can teach your kid when when a guy on the street and somebody attacks you and they pin you down and they pumped up. It's not the time you can be. You can be fearful for what's going on. We have to control those ins to start escape into get away When when somebody's giving pressure to you that you have meyer or like somebody there that you think is the greatest person comes with something shady or something pressure mental pressure. You start dealing with kids right now. They don't have a lot of people that the guidance they don't help people at home this that just the era that we live in parents are working and they know that home..

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"carlos o. t" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

07:52 min | 2 months ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"I am your host rob lee and today's guest is a chef. Carlos raba walked podcast. Thank you thank you for having me. So we're we're here. It's this is the first live in person recording. I've done since february awesome. So is a treat is studying. Here is in this space. I feel like movement is happening in here. So good stuff. Good ruma good place to do. I wanted to do in person. Because i think a conversation flows much better like one one and they can see your face. I agree i agree. I usually like to hide my face. I'll put on a mask. I have this the normal mass. I have this What is it. Like a demon. Oni wearing hearing people sec- beauty muscle mass thing. Sometimes you enjoy the because it goes to your faith but sometimes you miss the smile of expression absolutely I like to get away with laughing at people to what we're talking about. Somebody like they're going to read your lips. I mean you know. You don't know how many people know how to relive his too high percentage absolutely and even when going out there and talking to people meeting people in mentioning this podcast people. Like i know you from something. I'll say this. They can't read your lip so they don't do the connection like would you say then move the mass a little bit and say it. But we're here for that podcast. I wanted to talk about your background. You have an interesting background sir. So let's get into describe your work. Describe why we're doing this right now. Yeah i mean. I'm guess i'm passionate person i love. I love cooking. I love people. I'm very passionate guy. Indeed soon as well to black belt under present the junior and i'm jeff lavelle which is a in wisconsin remington so. I mean i tried to do the best. That i can and what i do and i think my passion my drive house. Docs to what i do. Yes absolutely i see the word. Follow you on the on the graham. These this mosser. Right there. And i had the I've been trying to trying to get into the drink game. Obviously nowhere near. But this is the best piece of advice but i guess acknowledgement that i got so. My girlfriend loves the margaritas. And she's like yours are headed towards lavelle. But that's about it. She's like you're not quite but you hit it the right direction love. This place has the best if not. That's that i've had so. I want to talk about the type of cuisine that's here and how that is distinct from other quote unquote mexican food. That you'll you'll get mexican. Food is very diverse. A lot of a lot of people. No no the the separation between southern mexican food in northern mexican food. I'm from the north so the seafood meats on the saudi green beans corn mesopotamia to the center of mexico grew up nor even go that far. You know what. I'm saying so it's different scenes. Were how's it different. Well my my grandfather was from the south of mexico. My grandmother was from the north of mexico. So i got exposed to both of them. Bud not not much of the southern casino until i open kabale and lane had the passion with scowl in the south of mexico started traveling to mexico and and also with the knowledge of my family having the recipes from my grandfather undergone stuff like that. So it's been a makes everybody and probably the the something the influence and made me proud of of of mexico's me leaving the country and missing it so i embraced that when when when i realized what i was missing leave in for seventeen years and the united states or i don't know if you've seen fourteen whatever is i always missed it so he made me embrace more of the culture. You don't miss something until until you you don't have it and he's one hundred percent through men i couldn't go to my contra for ten years and the only way that i that i can call and high school with my friends do embrace them that way. The my family embraced me coping. So he's very different. Because i think i do. I never went to culinary school. Both my golden our school was my my house around. This both is use pure proud mexican cooking. So so what is it a sin alot from gonyea from i was born in mexico city and then my mom moved to in law which she got her family after we family dad. That that that'll my father. We move to where i i stayed there for into lower sixteen and then i moved to takoma park as a political refugee under now long story. But yeah i was born and raised by by my mom and four and to my grandmother. It was it was it was. It was a blast Law that think that's another reason why embrace cooking because all my hands school than they have people helping them cook and my uncles used to get outside and and drink a little beer and makes beaches and make us out so they started from noon peeling the shrimp anyone to two in the morning when it got an asada and music and then playing the guitar singing so so yeah pretty pretty pretty amazing. That was i was very privileged as a mexican To have exposure of that and that kind of love. That sounds amazing as you describe it. Sounds like a blast. Actually so now this. This might be controversial. But i don't think it is. Because i like to get to the truth pun intended on this podcast but so what are your thoughts. Your observations being being someone. That's that's mexican you you. You're you have a relationship with the food you've cooked you cook the food and all of that and then you come here. You see people doing things that you like. That's not how you do that. That's not how you make that. This is not how this dishes made one thing that i recall. We have these crazies. Here right like begin the pandemic everyone was making bread now. Everyone has their version of what is at berea. And it's like that's not how that's done snob. So i mean. I'll take the bible and get your take on that i mean my take on it. The everybody is able to be creative on their own way. Everybody can embrace any culture if they respected but there are boundaries through stuff and there are stuff that you have to respect them then they cultural stuff to and and and and it doesn't mean that you can do it but if you do it with respect and you actually take the time to know what you're doing and study what you're doing and actually knowing the background knowing the flavors no why you making it. I mean the whole thing with with with an extra mile. I know any about at the beginning. When i when i opened l. lane was the one with like a like what it's like..

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"carlos o. t" Discussed on The Chip Race

The Chip Race

03:25 min | 3 months ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on The Chip Race

"Welcome welcome guys. We are back for another episode of the lucking. I joined his usual by a freshly sheared. It looks like darrow. Carney darah i feel like haircuts or lack thereof. Get more comments in our youtube comments than anything else on the show these days. Yeah i mean once. My hair gets Pretty much all our youtube comments are the state of attorneys hair dot past long time ago. I think the audience just kind of gave up. But i was. We were around my son's place last week with a visiting american kevin o'donnell shadowed kevin and my wife took some photographs and i was shocked. I mean my my hair standing off mad professor lake. So i thought okay well. Maybe it's time to get a haircut. Well i do the same this week tara. I think it's probably been a couple of months for me as well. So we're looking. Well groomed today without further ado. Let's bring in our very special guests this week. It's to be said he's a poker player. He's a coach a writer. I'm delighted to say he is also a wsb bracelet winner. Welcome to the show carlos welsh. Thank you guys. Thanks for having me look. It's great to have you on. Let's get right to it. You are the big story of the week. The only story. We really care about to be honest. Who's gonna be lot filler. After this a few days ago you took down the eight hundred as crazy through online event. Outlasting seven hundred eighty one other players to win yourself hundred twenty five grand on gold bracelets carlos you came into the final table relatively short stack you in a very big flip. I know quite early on with tens against as queen. Can you give us a quick summary of how things went from there That's actually a good question because my first thought was no 'cause every day has been a fall a brain fog since then. I do know that at some point. I wanna big hand calling Fifteen blind jammed from the small blind. And i'm the big blonde with a seven and i sucked out against as ten. So that gave me They kind of build my stake back up. I couldn't tell you of that was before the final table or not and then there was another wide open. Ace is under the gun and somewhat jab. Twenty twenty-five bigs only weighs king once again stated tournament. the money. I know it was pretty late but i don't know at what point of the final table that i built my stack backup from that. That small stack you saw. Are you still in the looking hotel room. I am in the same building different room but same building for sure figure room. I hope a room now. Actually smaller is actually smaller. Which which is owned brand for me. Yeah i mean. I listened to carlisle on the taking poker podcast on my on today and it was just afraid when the braces and he was still moving out of the rio for the weekend because You know the race up the weekend. So yeah yeah though. Want to give the money back. Well gaza alluded to there. I think even sleeping you hop straight onto a call with your good friend. Andrew broke us could friend of the shows as well to record impromptu. I'm guessing episode of thinking poker..

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"carlos o. t" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

08:54 min | 4 months ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Heard that joe marcello is denying he ever went guatemala so at first i was kind of like well now. We're going to get the real story on things. But now after he. I don't like you know well are. Are we going to get story on really but separate myth from the fact is kind of hard bob guys. I know that most of us would rather leave the myth of this low. Yeah yeah as unsure. As i know i have people ask me about what was it like. You know all of those guys around and working on the mob. Well long boring. Our mind numbing our descent and watson nothing and then you'd have like about five minutes ago. Flurry back debbie right down if you license plate numbers and then go back in cali. Fbi oh yeah. We saw that guy. Thanks a lot man a. We'd never put them together. That sense over here over there though. It's a interesting all right ron. i appreciate it now. would you come back. When these days you've got some more stories gonna mythbusters stories From what you said about the bank robbery that grocery store reality. That aren't real quick anybody. That's red mafia king fish. They know the story of carlos robbing the bank and the bank being happy to get their money back that they didn't press charges. That's a bunch of crap. And then the story and hollows becoming known as fagin because he used couple kids the rob his store. That's kinda got some factual stopping but a lot of details were left out be. I'd be happy if you're willing to have me back in. I'd be happy to come back. Oh yeah anything new orleans. I'm happy docked. By carlos carlos guy we've got the most information about as he was most public in went through so much but i'd love to get into some of the other guys too or carlos even college was around because that's another myth. Everybody thinks carlos was here doing everything by himself. That's in no way. I mean there was a bunch of the guys are there was a lot of people. Think oh it. Type new orleans only had twenty people out but yeah. I'm really talking about anything. So yeah he probably had a whole. I can't city. They have old love huge extended network of professional boosters burglars in jury thieves guys specialized now jewelry stores the jewelry salesman and he had extended is lacking cancer. May be ten or fifteen made guys but boy. The tentacles extended way much further than that. I'm sure it was the same way one last quick question i guess now. How close was he to. Santos draw kante geographically. They were pretty close but it seemed like i don't really hear anything about him doing visits. Now that's one of the Having mean dig more into ballet. Kansas city connection his ever lot about kansas city. Guys coming down here you mentioned before we started this about the luna being married into the family here but yeah mandate is things. I've been wanting to dig warranty but as understandings right now. Yeah they didn't really have a lot of business together but trophic conti. He came to new orleans a lot and there was at least one guy here. One may guy here guy by the name of nino lewis khao. He was the nephew of joseph who took over from trough they after he died and members first name but we take over. nato was his nephew. Carlos made him into the new orleans family. As i understand it as a favor all the circumstances around. I'm not i don't ask. They were close. Let never dug up any concrete information of anything. They were involved with with each other. As far as business stuff is kinda like with kansas city. They were close. The brother our underboss frank. Dilemma was married to a resume. To- who was for the underlying. Shall we say of marcello back then. But i don't know of any real business sabre doing together. But they had some kind of connection there. no doubt about that i just. I don't know if anybody ever got into what kind of business they add. It may go all the way back to like the video poker machines at gag. Liano them got in trouble for so about the same time they had kansas city. Family had a hobo video poker machines throughout the whole city in kansas city. And before all said somebody like you know works actually out that. Hey you know. There's there's machines that you can make my ernani on all the city just like a casino brazil leak it out is these joints stops like man they do. The are all over the is it. Finally the bureau works it up so agassi now being a connection. Yeah i never did find anything. Concrete for business dealings with kansas city in my age too. I got a lot of retired cops that remember a lot of this stuff handed at business dealings between on but is never any details the details now and they're not just not saying they don't remember the details but there's stuff i've been wondering about for years and then all of a sudden the right person comes along and sees the right question. I'll go for weeks without any involvement all of a sudden i get a flood of info and it just seems to go that way so maybe at some point in august in all be make or no law right ron. I really appreciate you coming on. And helping in. Lighten the guys. Mma friends who listen though gangland wire have a bunch of them out there. And you guys. I hope you appreciate this ron rawson and take a look at his facebook paid. You may not a lot of people are anti facebook. It seemed like anymore. But there's a lot of really interesting. Bob stuff out there. He has some of the more interesting. Bob pages with some really good solid information highly. 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"carlos o. t" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

02:53 min | 8 months ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"Focused on the service. Experience focused on that humid human interaction. We've still maintain a strong focus behind building relationships with respondents as opposed to just pushing them through a funnel that that determines whether or not they qualify Goal is is to make sure that they feel excited to come to that next Interview as opposed to just making sure that they fit to only the letter of the questionnaire. Also we spend a lot of our effort Updating our database not only with fresh respondents but also making sure that we have the most up to date information about them in the transition to a new management System for our recruiting operations. We discovered that a lot of the data that we had was Aged out and we needed to purge that out of the system and we found the most effective way to do that is to prompt respondents to keep their own information up to date to present that information to them so that they can see exactly what they've been reporting to us so they can say. Oh i no longer have this car or Longer participate in this in this social group or or frankly this is not my painting any longer That has been huge in helping us find those low incidents kinda needles in the haystack. Which fortunately for our customers has become our reputation unfortunately for us. Our job just keeps getting harder but we never turned down a challenge. Well i do see that. Your team never turns down a challenge. But also i wanna say and point out to my audience. I also reach out to field work a lot because they put their money. Where their mouth is. They support women research. They support Insights association greenberg quirks. They really look at the industry and say what can i do to help. And that's why. I really always want to give them platform on our podcast. And i do hope for those people listening Who really care about those kinds of things that improvement our industry that you do give kudos to field work for the way that they really support other people's work in our very collaborative so carlos thank you so much for taking your time and telling us about this crazy story that you've had in the last year but we really appreciate getting a little bit of a window into your life. I appreciate that thank you. Priscilla was really nice being here from all the pbs here at little bird marketing. Thanks for listening. Have a great day and happy marketing. This podcast is a part of the c. suite radio network for more top business. Podcasts visit c. Suite radio dot com..

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"carlos o. t" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

04:14 min | 8 months ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"So i am the mama here at little bird marketing and i like to bring really great friends on the show and we'd like to pull back the curtain as it were and see what's really going on out in marketing and in market research. So i have with me a great friend anna colleague. But i want to put great friend. I so you're gonna love him. It's carlos martinez. He is the epa. Over everything of technology at fieldwork. Welcome to ponderings from perch carlos. Thank you so much. I really appreciate being here and being invited on the show and i just wanna say. I'm honored to be considered a friend and colleague. You also get other points. Because they're really like your wife pretty high marks marks so which is kind of a fun fact about you. Is that you and your wife crystal both worked for field work. And i think that's something that's very interesting about the ethos that field work. You all have so many employees who have been there forever and that would include you and your wife. This is true we used to be the youngest whatever the youngest here the youngest there and now no one ever references young. We are unfortunately. Oh well that went by the wayside. It's okay there better. Things are better things. I will say a couple of things about carlos that i really know he. Is this very motivated. Very curious Learner and i love that because you know we'll end up in a conversation but yeah but how does that work. How does this where how are we going to get that together. But he is always building. Networks apps teams and really seeing the technology that is needed for the daily operations of fieldwork. Which let me tell. You is a lot of technology when you think about the amount of people. They are recruiting for in person research. I mean the database alone is so massive and so i appreciate how much you are always trying to keep your finger on the pulse of what's going on in technology.

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"carlos o. t" Discussed on In The Pews

In The Pews

07:04 min | 9 months ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on In The Pews

"I felt i was in heaven. 'cause everyone is in white so they might not realize that but i saw angels bear. And that's what. I would like to to think about each one of them that they have an opportunity to become saints so i was walking through that in saint. Hi hi sir. Some of them will look at me. Why are you. Yeah yeah all the closer thank you sir. Thank you for being here So i will work with no fear now. When i went home i honestly thought what was i thinking. These hundreds of people that society rejected them. Yeah criminals grass murders. Yeah you never was thinking. But honestly i was not afraid at all because again when you realize he's not about you. It is the holy spirit. I i'm telling you. He said different story. When you have that opportunity to talk one we wind up them. Dawson might what they did. Woody so do you think kit. Can you know like somebody like me. Just join you and see what it's like absolutely these days hops. Alertly we need. We need a lotta people there. People that are willing to go and show care very interested just to see what it's like. Yeah no you could actually go in and help and you will realize that that as the kingdom of god he said. I didn't come for those for the safe. One of those that failed say i came for those that made me stakes. There was a requirement are wounded. I came from them. And i came to help them. And you're here. You know being the eyes of jesus the arms of jesus mouth of jesus. that's the kingdom of god. Right there inaction s. It's wonderful that's awesome. Built that social ministry is it is on hold as you can imagine pandemic But i'm telling you rudy the experiences that i had and this is probably one of the most beautiful moment in my life. This of mind the first one. I talked to in a father's day he sent me a letter. I see how the letter. And i read that letter with my daughter that look at what my friend from gesture three road to me. And he's about thank you appreciation for being there for them. And and i wish i could send a letter to god every single day. God is doing the same for me. Is there for me. Even though i may not deserve that. So let's get back to where you are right now. You're in the homestretch. Now it's the last couple of years the last couple of years. So he's twenty twenty three the nation day so the reality is that least these to the last two years. You're going in that now. In kind of law in-depth the doctrine of the church in baffling the mistress of the church. Like the you know the tc micronesia. The holy trinity. The passion. of. Christ the incarnation right. So we're going deep into that and the reason is always pastoral racists because the deaconess and mentioned to you we are there to be pastured to be close to the people is how do actually bring are the core of our faith into the people into the community people. How do we show that. The father disowning the holy spirit are one together for them right from the beginning and they're close to them three divine i but one god that will always be there for them right understanding that interest late in that into something that people can say. Now i get it. I don't understand it. Because he's a ministry. Yes i get it so. We are in that in that moment where. I'm not saying that he's easy. We have a lot of homework and meet terms as an projects and test in classes inquiries. Choice heavy heavy but But you know the first years they were. They were preparing you for this. They were making sure that you were ready to take up the challenge and and the reality is that they formation the six years six discerning years you are discerning every single day every subject every saturday formation every retreat you are discerning these really got to call in my call to be a beacon or am i call to be a minister serving the church in a different way so we are designing all the time. So these these last two years. As i mentioned to you is about getting closer to the altar right right understanding the importance because as i said that is the core of faith that you crist a sacrifice. You'll get to understand that so we can bring that to the people in other same time understanding that the church in the mainstream of the church ceased for good reason so we can actually take the tradition of these two thousand years of the catholic church is sacred scriptures into the people so people can actually say thank you lord because now i e you i see you and i know what to do now so kind of get it. Yes and that's something that we always need to remind ourselves in us. Deacons is our responsibility is to be close to the community. You know back in the days when the first seven deacons were instituted. Rest because the fat to help the widow to serve the poor It was need for that. Yeah it was not to replace that alter connection that sacrifice connection but he wants to help to make the cross to complete that cross. The apostles vertical the deacons horizontal. So now we can show the world especially i with our catholic faith that the sacrifice of dot cross had purpose a meaning. Any will last forever so people could say you. Catholics are crazy. You are following a a god. That died at beta by by. You know you may people by death how we actually followed a god that resurrected yes. A life cries life god but he humbled himself so much to become one of us and do.

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"carlos o. t" Discussed on In The Pews

In The Pews

08:15 min | 9 months ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on In The Pews

"One thing what a wanna do a to to show or to show my daughter that doughnut formation eighty obstacle. I'm on the family. Yes i. I've been very careful Forever rudy to make sure dot. I don show my faith. S a blocker obstacle between my daughter me and unfortunately i've seen that i've seen very active people in the church servants ministry that unfortunately that connection with the keats is gone it actually hurts their their family life. Yeah so and. I'm not here to judge anyone but for me has been. I want to make sure that my daughter is proud. That i'm going through the formation that she doesn't resent that years ago through it and not only that she feels part of this journey That she is also there so one of the way. We decided to do that for my wife to be there on those weekly events Where the the next day. There's an exam or there is a homework so she's there to support my daughter while i'm not because she doesn't feel that my parents are taken away is my dad because that the responsibility but my mommies here okay. So that's why she's not taking the classes view but that is an option. Okay that is an option. Oh so in our case it's working really well But i would. I believe that. If i had to go back a may make a choice i will do the same the same choice to have my wife preston and bear while i'm doing the formation the spiritual formation on saturday together in a face that good balance what part of the process are in right now so we are in the last two years in the last two year. We're we're entering our. They call the senior they senior year but he's basically where we're going to be institute or lectures acolytes so that means he's the last two two parts where you are. You're now start into learn one of the main roles of a deacon which is preaching because a leak and has three main roles right one. If is liturgy do they. Want preaching service So preachings where. We're going to start practicing that right reflections and is not so much homilies because homilies for the clergy. But you get. You're going to be here for that. So we are in that year wearing a year now where we are social ministry active eventually due to the pandemic. We cannot do much of the social media jess away. Forgot to mention the other. Ministering that i had he was present i went to. I was speeding gesture. Three unit here in richmond so as one of the members when moseley basis to to jail to the precinct to basically mates. And what's that like really scary. I would be scared to go. I know it's wonderful because because the moment you enter there. And i remember these routinely. Share these with you. First guy met good friend of mine. I love into that. He asked me. Why are you here. Why are you here. You could be at home. We daughter we why you don't know me hawaii spending time here so i had two choices or many but one of the choice. That's good because. I know that. If i help i will go to heaven. Lower said if you visit me when it was in jail and how will take care of you com. Welcome or it could basically said because you matter to me because you're a human being you deserve a second chance and i decided second they said because you're these airforce. I can chance because you serve to recover your dignity because you are a son of god. So i'm here to talk to you. God so that moment you know change away. I saw society. Because i learned rudy. That yes they made by choices. Horrible choices yeah. They know that. Who am i to judge them. And when i when i met to understand and realize their childhood or the likeness. They had in their life experiences. I i was so grateful. I remember one event. I was doing bound at three. So that healing ministry we with animate again. I came back to my home. My parents were basically me and a hard. My dad and i told him thank you. Why thank you for showing me law. I light because this guy didn't you didn't have that. Love was horrible. Ended affected him his whole life also resolved to a bad that right and that more slightly that experience with their parents until on So that that showed me that coup am i to watch but also how wonderful east when you can bring hope to those people. I talked to some of them. They've been thirty years in jail. One of them joined when he was eighteen. He was forty eight when i talked to him. Wow and when you're able to show them the face of jesus lofty task for them forgiveness and held them to forgive. There's nothing better than there. Because you can clearly see how they are free free from those gi noah resend and those fillings and at a mention to you get free they now can laugh. They can actually talked about those people and say. I forgave him and they believe that do do you go to do you go to them or do they come to you when you get there. Well depending joe so the way war is this is a catechism program. Okay so we gave the and does go through unbound. The they would. They had to read a book. They had to pay for that situation. So they come to us. meaning dino. don't don't care mine who is coordinating debt. By by the way a wonderful. He's an angel. He basically coordinate. I make sure that people that come thrown ready that okay because you have to be ready. Yes to renounce. Do you have to be ready to accept that you need to repent and you are willing to forget so they come to us so we will go there and they'll say okay these are the least. How many can we do today. Depending on how many volunteers we have. We do two or three sessions when we go there so again. Meaning that we had any was wonderful but for my daughter rookie. That's one example that my daughter would say my dad is not here. she is helping the person She she may not have noticed base. But i've heard my daughter talking to her friends and saying you talk to my dad because he held people in imprisonment so he would understand what you're saying. So i know that she knows that i have not been around that often. And she sacrifices and sharing time my time with all this but i'm sure she's proud because she's part of that story so the people in the prison they're prepared for you when you get there. It's not one of those things where you walk in. And they have no idea that you're coming however experienced happened that we go to the chapel And isa isa outside but they were doing some repairs one. Did this happen in a couple of times. We had to go through the gm and through the main person to get to that top. Okay so now. You're surrounded by hundreds of inmates. Yes no tense. Dot is a moment when you realize it's the holy spirit acting i. I was not afraid at all really out all honestly.

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"carlos o. t" Discussed on In The Pews

In The Pews

07:54 min | 9 months ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on In The Pews

"I don't mind to talk about my church my faith but let's go back to the evidence and the facts. I know exactly what you're saying. I'm going to open that letter for you. Uh-huh i've been able to review the letter together and then you can ask me any question. Look actual source and not the spin the because what they were referring these any interpretation that someone made yes. I can give this letter to my daughter. She will have a different interpretation. That founded that myself you a great opportunity to educate each other What happened after that. They came to me with real question. I really wanna learn. Why the catholic church does this. Yeah why the position on and you can imagine almost charlie divorce. Nfl all those problems that we deal nowadays and referred to the catechism i said is whether says and then of course we can't. We had that debate about well. But that's not what i experienced. I saw a pristine okay but this is where the catholic church says this. Do i accept that. They are about practices. Absolutely i am the first one saying. I'm i failed. I don. i've made a mistake. We all feel we all fail less used. The evidence is to have that educated the conversation it was wonderful to have the opportunity to those people that are the beginning. Wanted to you know. Bring you down and humiliate you. They were next to you. Wanted to learn so they first came to try to challenge you trying to say okay. I'm gonna put this guy in a in a spot where he can't answer me. I'm going to embarrass him. And then you turned it into an opportunity to open up. A discussion does evangelization right. Yep that's what it is. And and i'm not saying that they were converted. I don't know. But i've seen that one of my mic leaks. He before he left he said i am going to marry. I didn't mention this to you. I've been in preparation. I'm going and married in the catholic church said okay and you planted some seeds to what it is dice. It and that one is going to help authors. It was john. John guy right In the in the high twenties wonderful opportunity so two thousand fourteen is when they left the netherlands and the brought me to houston texas because of work because of work so you company moved you from the netherlands. And how old was your daughter at that point She was five and a half almost six years problems with english. Now be now. She wasn't an american school of hake dot time and she's brilliant. She's very smart. Alava two still speak. No no no no none. She lost that unfortunately. What is not going to lose as the accent. Because what happens is any acts any language you develop before seven accent is the one that will remain the vocabulary. Gone her whenever she decides to go back to dutch she's going to pick it up really quickly. with a perfect accent so my that time. She speaks perfect spanish and english because as a rule at home speak. Spanish at school was english and antiques. Was starch so she was trilingual trailer. That's pretty cool trailing moving here houston. What year was that. That was two thousand fourteen and your daughter was held at the time. Sorry i can almost almost six so she started going to school. Yeah houston and that's when you found saint faustina. Well actually i just that started in. Saint joan policy can okay and the energy corridor. That's eldridge We moved here to Filter so we actually moved to terra. We bought a house there. Guess what we had the school. Yes so i was very close to san tina. But i didn't go to san jose ca said. Did they know that. San francisco was there. You don't know that we were having mass. The school yes. So i started going to follow mu. That was perished that. I i started working with so it was a lecturer over there Of course when they moved here. I wanted i want to help. I want help you know i. I've always been very active. I'm so i wanted to help. And i started working follow me. Yes electric for my role my job. I traveled a lot. Woody so it was very hard for me to really have a more active role in in any ministry So but somebody thought him you one that opened their for me but why refer the distance because when before we moved from the netherlands here there was one thing. It was a mosque for me. It was a catholic education for my daughter in the netherlands. We couldn't get that an and the reason is even though there might be catholic schools not a catholic curriculum really so but but that might be a conversation from for another time but what it was very important for me because even though hair school was great academically american school of was fantastic and he gave my daughter the opportunity to work with people from around the world Different faith in different. Believe or not believe. I was missing s. I mentioned to you that support from the school. I grew up with so i talked to my wife and we we agreed. She's going to study in a catholic school. So i did my homework when it was in the netherlands in and we decided jump aldo second eastern school that we wanted to go there was what is far away doesn't matter we'll commute. We will sacrifice whatever she's gonna she gonna go there so she started in preschool in saint john. Paul defected to the second catholic school. And she's there nowadays so after six years or so cool and you're in the formation program right now and you're four years into it. How did that get started. Oh that's the best question. Okay so this. This was a second call the first call. I got to to consider becoming a deacon happen when western orleans make sense right public. you know. Everyone knew who. I was on that radio. Show so one lewis came to me and said you should consider doing this. Let me tell you something. Woody i i was. I was ready to be the i wanted to be. I would have loved to be a beacon and they told me no really and they told me no. Because at that time i had a working visa. Okay and which was meant to be for a period of time and the the diocese said you move so. We don't think that you have that commitment to complete the program until you have more permanent residency. A things like that they then we could go see that dan ten years or something after that Bomb palomares who was also new formation. Here told me. I told father that that That you want it to be an an act so we made an appointment so you're gonna talk to father that to become an accurate. Ah chai came here. Ready to talk to her that become an and not quite so when a said sat down and talked to other that he said okay godless. I'm i'm so thrilled that you are considering to become a deacon.

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"carlos o. t" Discussed on In The Pews

In The Pews

08:30 min | 9 months ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on In The Pews

"Do you tell that person forgiveness law. Yeah he's about to kill me. Yeah i do i do. That's when you say he's definitely the holy spirit acting. Because i was not ready ready to provide good answers so i was scared but a prayed i scared but i prayed if you follow that equation. That is one. You have faith fear diminishes and that's what they had to do choices to have faith so this show still on the air right now. Yes so you said that. It's heard all over the world. So i'm assuming that it's livestream is livestream to tuesdays and thursdays where can be check that out. We'll go to get through the they will find out. Ask on history. That's the name and they will be able to hear that. I think six pm. New orleans time on tuesdays and thursdays The same priests same here is probably one of the most recognized priests in the hispanic community. He and latino america. Yeah he's been preaching all over latin america. I do have examples. We went on a pilgrimage to europe to italy. We were in a in a park or a mass at a church and people would come to him like. He's a celebrity well really when he came to. Houston you know. We had to have bodyguards and things like that around him he was that. When did he come to use well. T- comes Quite often dominic center when he came So we had a lotta people that wanted to touch even get a picture with him. He has come here to sound festina twice. We have invited him for the healy masses I think the first mass. I was april two thousand and eighteen or something like that he came and then and then two thousand nineteen. He came again in a lot of people came from from a texas just to watch him. I remember hundred. I remember a couple of bills healing masses being really jam packed. Well a lot of a lot of hispanics know who who his so. That's why we're going back to that radio show. He gave me that opportunity in an and i always try to go back to that moment to to be humble to remind myself that it is the holy spirit acting and not me because the problem really and these these world. We argue knowing the dna from asia. And when you call gaul day right and you preach and people say why. What a wonderful wonderful reflection. You may forget that it's not about you. Yes so always go back to those moments. Where west seating sweating scared to death. And i pray and i watched the holy spirit acting through me at this is it. I will always remember that. It's not about me. I'm just an instrument because it's easy to fall into that it's a slippery slope like human beings. Yes exactly. i'm not gonna come here. Lie that i don't like people coming to me and say i don't wanna miserable life but but i wanna make sure that at the end of the day i down ipod and i said okay laura saw about you. This is yours not mine now. Now tell us about your moving to europe. Yeah so i moved there. Don eleven when my wife and my daughter Dutch is the main language. So i never learned. I'm gonna be on my daughter who flew in my wife. you know. learn more way more than me. How old is your daughter. She was two and a half years. Okay so it's easy to pick up a language. She was international school. American school of the hague. We live in the hake which is the capital of the is political capital of the netherlands. The graphical capita senate The hake It was a wonderful opportunity rudy. Work why it was great because a headquarters on my company are there. Maybe people already know where where i worked for mckay. The headquarters are there so he wasn't wonderful opportunity but personally a family. We got closer than ever really. We had no friends moment. Yeah the church was not as active as it is here so i had to reinvent myself and my evangelisation a lawyer if you you brought me here what do you want from me And and i don't know if people think that the law is going to pick up the phone and call you and tell you or text you okay cadre cici's exactly what i want from you does enough of that so you need to be very active in search in. What do you want from me. You need to be knock endured. So i know the door. Santini's does anx. that's the name of the parish. I joined very poor. very poor parish. Know many people going there. Woody but the priest was from bolivia so spanish speaker. Larry flew in dutch. So i tried helping that priced so high. They particularly rudy to to work with prostitutes. It goes s. legal in the lunch to work with people that Sale in negotiate. We drugs it goes at some level. Let that leader was. I completely different. Ballgame what parish was this saint inks santana's as a name in the netherlands. As when i realized the divine law i deceive the law is really really really evident in the netherlands because the law the civil law you could be is legal to be a prostitute way of living your life. It is legal to consume and use trucks in whatever whatever measurements. So how do we. How can i explain to them. Otherwise i divine law was way beyond anything else How could i explain them and work with them without judgment boating pasture away. Yes showing care to say your salvation is more important than anything else. But at the same time recognizing their keats were hungry. They had someone needed something to eat. So then i understood. Thank you laura. 'cause you brought me here to face. The reality of the challenges we have as catholics because catholic means universal. Scaffolding means that we need to go and see everyone. We don't go out and ask you catholic. How how often have you been going to mass kushner. I help you know but hey you yes are you are you. It was a great opportunity. Those were almost four years rudy that expand their in different ways. I had to be creative to go out and and help and talk to people individualize Because we didn't have all the ministries in all the structure and infrastructure that we have here in the us was a different story. But i couldn't use an excuse. I wa- brought there to vandalize. That's that's what i knew. Bender lower left me. Now you do it so most of the people there are av ests eight. Yeah actually do have one story. They are atheist. Because i think that they have not seen the real catholic faith they have very bad experiences and some just used that excuse i would with callixte i would. I remember at the beginning of my journey. There one thing came and asked me so. What do you feel. What do you say about this announcement. That i heard about the pope saying that another okay. So let's do something go to cafeteria by coffee. I will invite. I'm going to bring my computer. And i'm gonna open. Www vatican va source. Yes we're gonna find exactly what the pope said. Oh okay no. Carlos i didn't. It was on the news..

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"carlos o. t" Discussed on In The Pews

In The Pews

07:23 min | 9 months ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on In The Pews

"Carlos welcome o. Rudy it's good to have you here. It's good to be here man. So we had deacon ray on the program. And i understand. You're in the process that is the the economic formations that what they call it. That is correct. Dak and information. So how long have you been into it so have been four and a half years already so we i train what they call the senior year. Although it's actually graduation date is twenty twenty three. Oh we are entering. The senior year is being wonderful. Journeyman had cannot believe that he was Two thousand seventeen where we entering january and we are while and you started all of that here at saint. Faustina is istat all of that here in san hose. Tina and how long have you been with the parish Since two thousand and sixteen beginning of sixteen where we already in the building or we still. We were at the school at the school. Yes so you saw that on the old office building that everything. Yes where did you grow up. I grew up in israel. I was born in venezuela and i grew up in venezuela okay. And when did you move to the united states. i moved in two thousand and five so again. I was twenty seven years old when i when i moved here with my wife to the united states is lawn. La lingerie how we decided to get here but us two thousand and five. When we moved we moved to oklahoma. So that was our entry point. Norman oklahoma very small town up in in venezuela. And then it wasn't until after you were married. Did you have kids yet at the point. Oh no no no kids just you and your wife was me and my wife. So tell us about growing up in venezuela. Well you know i. It was a wonderful childhood I'm the youngest so five. He was a with a big family right. All brothers so growing up in venezuela in no a was a very friendly very close shot community out. Coltrane's all about sharing and having fun and enjoying doing things together so i i grew up again always smiling ron in doing doing fun stuff. What city maracaibo whereas the medicare is on the west of the country might have cable as the is in the region in venezuela where most of the oil and gas production has happened for the last hundred plus plus years was very known in venezuela women in any sense all producer or for century. Right or your parents involved in my mom. My mom worked for the national company. And and i grew up close to that i grew up. You know very very Active if you will into oil and gas industry so very important for venezuela because that was our main source of income The oil old best nece and growing up in that city will just put me right there to be close to that and then eventually i decided to study that career. But i don't know what about your dad. My dad He was in the In the insurance business right okay. So he had he he's owned On career if you will But he was basically sailing You know car insurance and in house and things like that so It was a different career path. My mom was very the old business. You travel you worked long hours. Well my dad had a little bit of control on his own time. And i helped with five gates at home. I can tell you so you are the weakest. The youngest man growing out five of five they pick on. You always works. Well rodeo was made these joke. That i didn't know that chicken had more than just wings in a knick until they left which means that they never left for me the legs and the in the right of the ticket that i didn't know that this is the youngest right. So did you grow up a catholic. Yes so i you know. My whole family catholic. I went to a catholic school private catholic school in maracaibo my the hood Wonderful experience right so my mom very very deep carefully I in my family in my mom's family all of them my that as well so yes. I grew up catholic in all his criminals and arifin so it was no dow up any any any any moment that that was my faith in my religion. So i spent a few years in the philippines and i went to a private catholic school and the schools air. Mostly all-boys are. All girls was at the same win in venezuela. What's the same thing. However i studied with all boys however when a left the next generation so bad in sixth grade seven grade already they get girls will come in behind. So they were integrating the boys. The boys and the girls are nowadays at as both boys and girls so I'm not too sure which one. I prefer the only one that i know. He's only boys. And i enjoy that a lot longer. Hijinks at an all boys things to really worry about. You know who's watching that's true there. No girls around to impress or anything like that at extremely childish so you went to new. Grew up in an israeli. Yes so all the way until you met your wife From venezuela's well that is great. Ready and then you met her got married and then you move to united states so you said earlier that the there was a long complicated. Yeah you know it. As a huge decision we had to make in the recent is this so in venezuela when i when i was born in the first years of my life there was no desire to leave the country. Nobody really left venezuela it was. It was a great place to leave problems as you can imagine you know corruption and political situation but just like every other place but he was like a great place to be so we didn't to have any desire to leave so my wife and i. We actually studied the same carrier. We met at a university so we had the same degree so we graduated. Sheer started working for the national company and started working for an international oil company with with. This is where we're going to continue to live here have keys. That was your plan just to stay. I d i always wanted to explore the world but perhaps not to leave abroad. Explore the world so i had the opportunity international company so i said okay so have everything that i want but the political situation studied to complicates right in change and And we had to make a coal and the call was is while we won for us and for keats for a family or do we want to change..

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"carlos o. t" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on The Daily

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"carlos o. t" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on The Daily

"What is decision tack by Fidelity? It's technology that can help you find a stock based on what's trending or an investing goal goal. It's real time insights and information delivered in your own customized view of the market. It's smarter trading technology for smarter trading decisions and it's only from fidelity open an account today at fidelity dot com slash trading fidelity brokerage services. LLC MEMBER NYSE SIPC Then Carlos gone is willing to talk to you. What happens next so go online and buy a last minute ticket? To Beirut and I'm frantically packing Gila my stuff in order run donate airport jump on the plane. It and try and three hours later touchdown in Lebanon. Wow that's long yeah. How is a layover in Paris? So that wasn't about addict croissant. And some coffee. So I'm in Lebanon and I'm preparing to talk to Carlos Gone but before I get to sit down with him I. There's this news conference that he's scheduled so we're in an Uber Heading towards math club. Where would like to see Carlos go and get his first press this conference since he was arrested member eighteen rainy day today? Traffic's be intense so I am one of my colleagues leagues from the Beirut Bureau. Go to a press club where the conference is going to be. Held just arrived here and we get there and it's just chaos via gig lever verification along. I mean there are hundreds of reporters clamoring to get in screaming shouting pushing fit great. We're heading charity into venue. Got Some guy got with guard. Dog here tensions running a little bit high here the armed guards with dogs and TV trucks everywhere. Take your time and we get inside Nazi and we go upstairs this and we walk into this big empty white room with chairs lined up there about one hundred reporters there from all over the world. I think this is usually to a media circus. And they're all waiting to here what Carlos Cohen has to say. So he's He's about to walk in in. This game yet was walking narrow and when he comes in people just swarm him to crush of reporters of the cameraman. Tigers are showing up trying to get a good shot of him as he walks into the room if flashbulbs going off and everyone's just crowded around him pretty exciting. I've been writing for almost a year. Now is the first time I've actually seen him flash so he looks healthy he's got a nice black Sudan on red tie the picture of a CEO so no worse for the wear. You wouldn't know it. And he walks up to the lectern and and Starts Ladies and gentlemen. I want to thank thank you for taking the time to be here. It's everything that he's been saving up for the last year you can imagine. Today is very important for me wrong. Aw looked forward to every single day for more than four hundred days taking the opportunity to explain himself himself. What happened to him his whole story since I was brutally taken from my word as you went three trump might lead my friends mike communities from Granola.

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"carlos o. t" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on The Daily

"What is decision tack by Fidelity? It's technology that can help you find a stock based on what's trending or an investing goal goal. It's real time insights and information delivered in your own customized view of the market. It's smarter trading technology for smarter trading decisions and it's only from fidelity open an account today at fidelity dot com slash trading fidelity brokerage services. LLC MEMBER NYSE SIPC Then Carlos gone is willing to talk to you. What happens next so go online and buy a last minute ticket? To Beirut and I'm frantically packing Gila my stuff in order run donate airport jump on the plane. It and try and three hours later touchdown in Lebanon. Wow that's long yeah. How is a layover in Paris? So that wasn't about addict croissant. And some coffee. So I'm in Lebanon and I'm preparing to talk to Carlos Gone but before I get to sit down with him I. There's this news conference that he's scheduled so we're in an Uber Heading towards math club. Where would like to see Carlos go and get his first press this conference since he was arrested member eighteen rainy day today? Traffic's be intense so I am one of my colleagues leagues from the Beirut Bureau. Go to a press club where the conference is going to be. Held just arrived here and we get there and it's just chaos via gig lever verification along. I mean there are hundreds of reporters clamoring to get in screaming shouting pushing fit great. We're heading charity into venue. Got Some guy got with guard. Dog here tensions running a little bit high here the armed guards with dogs and TV trucks everywhere. Take your time and we get inside Nazi and we go upstairs this and we walk into this big empty white room with chairs lined up there about one hundred reporters there from all over the world. I think this is usually to a media circus. And they're all waiting to here what Carlos Cohen has to say. So he's He's about to walk in in. This game yet was walking narrow and when he comes in people just swarm him to crush of reporters of the cameraman. Tigers are showing up trying to get a good shot of him as he walks into the room if flashbulbs going off and everyone's just crowded around him pretty exciting. I've been writing for almost a year. Now is the first time I've actually seen him flash so he looks healthy he's got a nice black Sudan on red tie the picture of a CEO so no worse for the wear. You wouldn't know it. And he walks up to the lectern and and Starts Ladies and gentlemen. I want to thank thank you for taking the time to be here. It's everything that he's been saving up for the last year you can imagine. Today is very important for me wrong. Aw looked forward to every single day for more than four hundred days taking the opportunity to explain himself himself. What happened to him his whole story since I was brutally taken from my word as you went three trump might lead my friends mike communities from Granola.

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"carlos o. t" Discussed on Pro Rata

Pro Rata

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on Pro Rata

"I Carlos Gona an unbiased so lots of big name. CEOS are known to have helped their companies escaped from dire situations but none has physically had to smuggle themselves Out of a country in order to avoid local authorities. Well until last month when former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn escaped Japan where he'd been arrested in late two thousand eighteen eighteen for alleged financial misconduct including underreporting of compensation and personal use of company assets basically co mingling personal and company funds. Now now gone. Who at the time was under house arrest and had his passport? Confiscated stuffed himself into a box with a bunch of air holes on the bottom which associates then secretly we got onto a private jet. No Sokha which then flew to goons native Lebanon which does not have an extradition treaty with Japan. Go then huddled for over a week with family before or publicly emerging yesterday and the press conference that went on for over two hours now beyond the headline making tone-deaf comparison of his situation to the attack on Pearl Harbor going also said this to many mission impossible. When I was in Japan? One thousand nine thousand nine. Everybody called me. It's impossible you're not going to be able to make it. Who are you? Don't don't speak Japanese. You're coming from France coming from Rodeo. Nobody knows that story. I don't consider that. Now I'm GonNa blow anything I can't I want to clear my name now. The bottom line here is the Goan is an international fugitive businessman living in plain sight. He also doesn't seem like the sort who wants to retire the Lebanese countryside anytime soon which means the his escape story is far from over. Fifteen seconds we'll go deeper with New York Times reporter Vivienne ye who was in Beirut yesterday for guns press conference but I this axios gives you the news and analysis. You need to get smarter faster. On the most important topics in our unique smart brevity format format we cover topics from politics to science in media to tech subscribe to get smarter faster at sign up dot axios Dot Com and now back to the pro rata podcast ask joined now by Vivian. Ye An international correspondent with the New York Times. Can we just start with the legal piece. Here there's no extradition agreement between in Japan and Lebanon but there is kind of a financial relationship between these two countries correct. That's right Japan does give Lebanon millions of dollars in aid annually Danieli and they help Lebanon kind of cope with the very large population of Syrian refugees. Crossed into Lebanon since the Civil Lawrence area started started in two thousand eleven. That said there are many many countries who donate far more to Lebanon and so it's not as if Japan has great leverage here. Is there a sense. Yeah well I guess a twofold sense one that Japan will request extradition which. I don't think it's formally done yet. And then secondarily is there any belief inside Lebanon that the country would actually comply intern Carlos going over. Well all of that is a little bit murky at the moment. Japan hasn't signaled what it intends to do. Ultimately Lebanon has proposed that Japan can try to pursue charges against scone here in Lebanon. But it seems like it's pretty unlikely for Japan to do that given that it's a sovereign nation that has far more trust and its own justice system and in Lebanon's we don't know if it will formerly request extradition. It certainly could. Then I assume there would have to be diplomacy at the highest levels close about that but at the moment it seems like a lot of people in Lebanon are on Carlos coincide when you say a lot of people live in our Carlos go inside he is kind of a business hero Ciro there locally but there have been anti-government protests kind of talking basically folks complaining about corruption. Is it possible that the Lebanese government would turn gone over to basically say you know we're not corrupt or are those people protesting also happen to be on Carlos. Go inside well. It depends who you talk to. I mean he clearly has friends in high places we have confirmed affirmed that he met with the president and two other top officials basically as soon as he got to Lebanon from Japan. And so that's pretty telling. The president has since denied that this meeting ever took place because that would be awkward for Lebanon oral stage but in fact if he definitely is well connected and inch doesn't seem likely given Lebanon efforts over the past year to lobby for him on his behalf in Japan seemed likely that they would just turn them over over like that. The anti-government protests are definitely a huge force. To be reckoned with they've Papa Prime Minister so far and we don't know what the far reaching effects of it will be and if you talk to some of those people they say okay great you know out another piece to the list of corrupt Lebanese businessman. Basically but on the other hand Lebanon what is such a deep economic hole at the moment that honestly some people are kind of looking for severe is wherever they can and and there's a sort of well. It's it's a joke but you sense that there's some serious undercurrent where people are saying. Well maybe we should appoint parlins gone head of the central bank or finance ministers something. Because we're that desperate he's proven even he can get himself he can get at least something out of tricky situations. Let me ask about this press conference yesterday. We were going to do the show yesterday about this. Didn't because we assume the press conference will be thirty minutes forty forty minutes and it was well over two hours your gut take when it was over. Did he help himself. And if so with what audience he definitely put on an impressive performance. In that he didn't seem cowed at all. He was completely confident. He ranged across four different languages and five. If you count a few few words of Japanese sprinkled in there and he's going to have no intention of backing down was it effective or would it have been better if he had basically had a fairly short prepared statement taking. I'm a couple of questions from reporters and gotten out of their kind of had a much more. Call it a if not narrow just a more concise easily digestible messages to tell me I'm wrong about this to me. It read like rambling. He definitely got into the weeds with his legal defense. I mean it sort of felt like he had been doing about these details about these documents that he said that he had and about the details of his case he'd been doing about it while sitting at home or in prison for for more than a year and now is you know here was finally his chance to what kind of unveiled at picking to the world and prove himself to the world. I wouldn't say that people necessarily would have come out of this convinced of his innocence but he definitely lately have struck a confident post. Here is your opinion when you look at the charges. He the one thing. He hasn't kind of directly address either in the press conference or in the subsequent interview with CNBC this issue or the allegation of CO mingling of personal and business funds at Nissan. Is it your opinion. The goan truly is arguing that the charges themselves are bogus or I see more arguing. There's some legitimacy to them but this is really a small deal and Japanese authorities have blown in the. US would be a slow or in a lot of countries would be at small slap on the wrist into a national offense. I think he's taking the pose of I'm totally innocent of eight up totally overblown but yeah when it comes to using I using company funds for personal expenses. He has all kinds of defenses. Take your pick from. Oh the administrative versailles offered me the property for this fancy party and it's really company purposes. So you have all kinds of explanation and I think yeah you that it's absolutely unwarranted. He did nothing wrong. Does it ultimately really matter now right. He's no extradition and he stays in Lebanon or maybe even travels to France where he has a passport to and there's not an extradition treaty. There he talked about Brazil also ultimately to me. This is not gonNA probably get resolved with him absentia even if it does. It doesn't matter if he's not in Japan this basically become Japanese prosecutors versus Carlton. They both put out their stories. And that's the end of it because as we won't get actual adjudication that if there's a sentence he has to serve any time it could easily be read that way that it's sort of. They're at a stalemate and he's kind of one but it on the other hand. He is still facing some legal trouble. Frances still investigating this party at Versailles and he's barred for ten years due to civil settlement in the US us from being a director of any publicly traded companies. So he certainly wouldn't go back to being any kind of global theo ever again. So the question is if he is content to sit in Lebanon with friends and family and you know tend to his winery business and hang out with his life than sherve fine. He's he's probably good to go. That sounds better than sitting in a box on a plane. They're worse lives and being a multimillionaire with wine estate. Yes definitely better than Japanese. Jails but keep in mind. Lebanon is really small. He's still clearly a you know a a guy who's full of vitality and ambition and drive so you know if he wants to have any kind of future like the one one he wants. Imagine this is pretty constricted but from a legal standpoint hard to say he doesn't seem to be in immediate danger of of going to jail. No definitely not but will he be able to travel the way he used to. Will he even be able to go back to France. That's an open question. vinnie international correspondent New York. Times calling us from Lebanon. Thank you so much joining us this morning. Thank you my final two right after this axiom. Chief Technology correspondent Dana Free shares breaking news and analysis. On the most consequential windchill companies and players and tech from the valley to DC. Subscribe to get smarter faster at sign up dot axios DOT COM and now back to the podcast. Now it's my final two and first facebook which yesterday reiterated that it will not police political ads for obvious falsehoods now. The company did unveil several small changes like allowing consumers to block political ads from their news feeds. But can you can rest assured that they not only can lie but can also also continued to target those lies to specific audiences and given the record amounts that campaigns are spending on facebook election cycle. This development is absolutely certain written to end with two things. I A less informed public and to a richer facebook and finally a new mobile video streaming service called Qube unveiled some new technology yesterday Saturday at CBS. In Las Vegas which lets users seamlessly switched their phones between horizontal and vertical views. In other words. You can flip your phone over and not only do you get to see the same content without a stop. You actually a new perspective. It's kind of cool thing. Not a killer differentiator. Be kind of cool. So if you don't know it's the company Co founded by former Disney chairman and Jeffrey Katzenberg and former Hewlett Packard and Ebay CEO Meg Whitman. And it's hired lots of big name. Directors to produce short form shows. Why it matters isn't so much because it we'll fight for your attention dollars with net flicks Disney plus but rather because it has raised over one billion dollars from big movie studios who view it as a mobile video alternative to Google Google facebook? 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"carlos o. t" Discussed on HistoryDojo

HistoryDojo

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on HistoryDojo

"Gas station across the street from the bar with two luna had been drinking hernandez and luna were strikingly similar in appearance but unlike the luna carlos hernandez had the long history of knife attacks similar to the convenience store killing and repeatedly told friends and relatives that he had committed the murder. The prosecution told the jury that police had looked for a carlos hernandez after his name had had been passed them by dilemmas lawyers but without success they had concluded that hernandez was a fabrication a phantom who simply did not exist the chief prosecutor said in summing up that hernandez was quote. A figment of delun is imagination and quote the single eyewitness to the crime kevin baker confirmed firmed to police that delun a was the murderer after police told him that dilemma was the right guy this curious to to consider why police would take the word of kevin baker over the information supplied by luna about another man killing wanda lopez. Perhaps his parole situation made carlos luna less reliable in the minds of the police prayed the prosecution a house of cards investigating the crime scene for years later columbia lumbia law school professor jim liebman twelve law school students where he will quickly and quite easily find large inconsistencies in the state's case against insta- luna quote.

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"carlos o. t" Discussed on HistoryDojo

HistoryDojo

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"carlos o. t" Discussed on HistoryDojo

"We're going to look look at an event in recent history one that has grave implications for our future. We're going to examine the execution. Shen of carbonless delina convicted murderer was put to death for the state of texas not too long ago this case vase the death penalty but this episode of history joe is not going to get into the details and arguments surrounding the death penalty that is an important debate no doubt and one we will examine daman at some point in the future instead while the validity of the death penalty is always in the background of the story we'll be looking at it means for us to have a system where someone like carlos. Luna can be executed <music> this piece about politics power in history. Both the themes of politics and power are important aspects for historical analysis. De peace will have both to who was central question. We're going to focus on to a central questions first. How could an innocent person person by carlos dilute the executed by a system designed to protect the innocent for errors of criminal convictions conviction and secondly. What does it mean if we've nor the execution of how how might it affect us all now. If you have an answer to either of those questions please add them. Did the comments today's show i'm expecting the story have a lot of comments as the issue is sure to provoke powerful feelings. The listening audience history dojo tries to please to provoke arrays debate today he will do all that and more the title of this podcast. I is innocent people who executed the wrong carlos. This is episode episode twenty nine of the history though joe podcast series with every new episode. I.

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