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US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Elderly, High-Risk

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Elderly, High-Risk

"Advisers at the food and drug administration rejected recommending widespread use of a third dose of visors coronavirus vaccine the vote was sixteen to two against three doses a setback for the White House adviser Dr Michael Carrillo says they need more data we need to target the boosters right now it should be clear to the people are likely to be at high risk and it's an older population that you know compromise and the advisers later voted to recommend the extra does to those people advisor Dr Amanda Cohn at the CDC says the focus should stay on two doses it is clear that the unvaccinated are providing transmission the Biden ministration was hoping for the three dose recommendation to shore up protection from the delta variant at Donahue Washington

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US Judge in Nevada: Felony Deportation Law Unconstitutional

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

US Judge in Nevada: Felony Deportation Law Unconstitutional

"A federal judge in Nevada has issued a ruling on deportations that could potentially impact many U. S. immigration cases U. S. district judge Moran did you a migrant herself from Vietnam found that a criminal law surrounding deportations making it a felony to try to return to the US is unconstitutional the judge says section thirteen twenty six is based on racist nativist roots and discriminates against Mexican and Latin next people the judge's forty three page order dismisses the criminal indictment of Gustavo Carrillo pets who was arrested in Nevada in twenty nineteen after having been deported ten years earlier although prosecutors could appeal former HUD secretary Julian Castro says he doubts the justice department would want to defend the law with quote an incredibly racist history I'm Jackie Quinn

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Janmark Has Hat Trick to Lead Vegas to Game 7 Win Over Wild

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Janmark Has Hat Trick to Lead Vegas to Game 7 Win Over Wild

"The golden knights finally eliminated the wild on their third try earning a six two victory in game seven Mateus yeah mark registered his first career hat trick to help the knights earned the right to take on the avalanche in the second round Max patch ready made his series debut and snapped a two two tie seven forty four into the second period Nick Hagen Zac white cloud also scored for Vegas and Marc Andre Fleury made nineteen saves in his eighty fifth playoff victory Florian's now three playoff wins shy of tying Billy Smith and ed Belfort for fourth all time Zachary saying Carrillo capris I've scored for the wild I'm Dave Ferrie

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Talbot, Wild blank Blues 2-0 for record 11th home win in row

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Talbot, Wild blank Blues 2-0 for record 11th home win in row

"Cam Talbot made thirty seven saves as the wild blank the blues to zero Marcus Johannson and Carrillo caprice are supplied the offense with a pair of second period goals but it was Talbot who stole the show with his second shot on the season despite the while being outshot thirty seven eleven you're trying to do everything you can to to swallow up rebounds and into the parking places to learn those you know second opportunities and give our guys every opportunity to take a breather Getafe soft on changing and not get handed too often the wild won three straight overall and eight of their last ten while also extending their franchise record home winning streak to eleven the blues got nine saves from Jordan Bennington they've lost seven of their last nine I'm Kevin fall miss

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California becomes first state to pass 2 million COVID-19 cases

John McCulloch

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

California becomes first state to pass 2 million COVID-19 cases

"California's become the first state in the union to record two million confirmed coronavirus cases. California health officials say the grim milestone of two million covert 19 cases is related to Thanksgiving gatherings. More than 18,000 people are hospitalized in many of the state's intensive care units are filled. Dr. Jim Keeney is an emergency physician at Mission Hospital. Biggest challenges just taking care of all these patients, you know, on any given day, most emergency to part Mints are already bursting at the seams. Jenny Carrillo is a charge nurse at Holy Cross Hospital. I look into the eyes of someone who's struggling to breathe. Who's struggling to, you know, get well. They want to be home with their families. Los Angeles County is leading the surge, accounting for one third of the state's covert 19 cases. I'm surely Adler

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COVID in California: 2 million confirmed cases and counting

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

COVID in California: 2 million confirmed cases and counting

"According to Johns Hopkins University California has become the first state to record two million confirm coronavirus cases California health officials say the grim milestone of two million covert nineteen cases is related to thanksgiving gatherings more than eighteen thousand people are hospitalized in many of the state's intensive care units are filled Dr Jim Keeney is an emergency physician at mission hospital our biggest challenge is just taking care of all these patients you know on any given day and most emergency departments are already bursting at the seams Jenny Carrillo as a charge nurse at Holy Cross hospital a look into the eyes of someone who's struggling to breathe who's struggling to you know get while they want to be home with their family Los Angeles county is leading the search accounting for one third of the state's covert nineteen cases I'm surely after

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Feds: WVa man sold machine gun mod to boogaloo extremists

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Feds: WVa man sold machine gun mod to boogaloo extremists

"Federal prosecutors say a thirty year old West Virginia man was the online supplier of machine gun conversion kits to a violent far right extremist group Timothy Watson is charged with conspiring with the radical right wing boogaloo movement against the US government and running a website that sold devices advertised as wall hangers but we're kits to turn semi automatic A. R. fifteen rifles into fully automatic machine guns prosecutors say one of his customers was Air Force staff sergeant Steven Carrillo charged with killing a federal security officer and a sheriff's deputy in California in may and June U. S. Attorney bill Powell says Watson appears to have sold hundreds of the kits his lawyer says he has no ties to quote any so called boogaloo movement and its products are not designed to create machine guns if convicted Watson could get thirty five years in federal prison I'm Tim acquire

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Washington DC kids make the most of the Halloween season amid pandemic

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Washington DC kids make the most of the Halloween season amid pandemic

"Money minute. Like most things in 2020, this Halloween will be different. Any Americans will be on the couch costume look. No parties retreating in Curry liberal reporter Nick Carrillo says costume makers will have a tough time. A lot of costumes. In a normal year are purchased by young adults and people going to Halloween parties, and those are largely off the tape. Sales of kids costumes may hold up better, but there will be candy, Carrillo says. Instead of the kids bring it home grown ups will buy for themselves and candy makers are adjusting whether that's keeping their candy themselves longer. Or maybe moving away from seasonal packaging. There's left discounting candy as we move into November for candy makers. Halloween is a big deal at Hershey. It's 10% Of annual sales, Carrillo says it may open a window into the broader economy is probably a really telling sign as we move into the Christmas and holiday spending season. How much people are willing to spend on skis and decorations and things like that from the Bloomberg News Room. I'm Larry Kowski on w T O

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Fed Cup to be renamed Billie Jean King Cup

The Tennis Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

Fed Cup to be renamed Billie Jean King Cup

"The Fed Cup has been renamed the Billie Jean King Cup and there's those big plan fair announcements about this week and it's a lovely lovely thing I think it feels so so right there is I think one caveat David that you pointed out on twitter which. Which I very much agree with. How How how much does it really? Well first of all, I agree with you I think I'm ready that it's been renamed. That's The. Caveat was the if we are renaming the Fed, cut the Billie Jean King Cup. It feels even further away that we're GONNA end up having the the great mixed team competition or Fit Slam slammers I'd love it to be. A combination of the Fed Cup or the Billie Jean King Cup in Davis. Cup, that I think the sports so. Hugely needs that feels further away. But maybe maybe that's maybe that's not the case. Maybe the fact that her name is on it and she is may be involved more. We'll bring that closer together because she so much wants that is well, she's. The biggest campaign for. Men and women working together and and being on the same page and being on the same bill for goodness sake. and. Hopefully. That will come in the future I mean. There are those events just don't exist this year. So this is the news news, the renaming, and and that alone really really about just one article Chris Clare in the New York Times right timing done an interview it but a Jianqing, I really enjoy a recommended he coach Bud Collins. Once. Saying that the Fed Cup is a splendid idea with a lame name and he quotes spitting Jean King saying. When a woman does something always think we do it for women when a guy does something, they never say they did it for the guys and so one of the changes I hope I can talk about more and more is that I would like people think that we. Are Doing it for the sport not for Women's Sports and I I thought. Absolutely right. It's It's about time attitudes changed. Yeah I thought that was. A perfect summation of both what Billie? Jean King is about an also how how this could be a a way forward for kind of mixed event and and a combination of men's and women's. Competition together but I mean personally that that that's not been my vision for mixed team event I've I've not thought that it should replace. Davis carpet. Now, village Inking Cup I genuinely think that it could go along alongside them. Both I don't think you need to. Get rid of them and combine it into one I. Think you could have a mixed team event like we had with the Hoffman Cup but make bigger thing out of that, and now we've got that point in the calendar with the ATP Cup and that I think that's the point. Many Times. Cup. Turn. So. Many cups when you did all the cups said back to back, it's Oh it's cup overload kind feels to be redundant to be talking about the of the moment you. Know. What the tent tennis Kinda is anymore but I mean personally I'm just saying I think there's room the space. It would be a great thing for a mix team competition to exist alongside. The Davis Cup in now Billie Jean King Cup that we already have our cup runneth over. A. Carrillo.

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"carrillo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"carrillo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Administration called for the privatization of the Postal Service in two separate reports. What's happening now is just a continuation of that, but on a much larger and grander scale, Cortez says the Postal Service is guaranteed in the Constitution as the service off the federal government President Trump says Portland, Oregon's mayor, Ted Wheeler's stupid for rejecting federal help to address ongoing violence in that city. How he could be mayor. I have no idea, but all he has to do is Oh, and with 10 minutes. Their problem will be over the president, calling Wheeler, a fool who is embracing anarchists, rioters and looters by calling them peaceful protesters over the weekend, Wheeler said. The president is the reason You think the level of violence because he has created hate and division friends of the man shot and killed Saturday night in downtown Portland say things are being said about him on social media that a wrong Erin Danielsson was shot in the chest after a pro trump caravan. Luke Carrillo was Daniel Stone's business partner for 19 years, Erin J. Danielsson was not a radical. He was not a racist and it was not a fascist guerillas says, Daniel said, was the freedom loving American who died expressing his beliefs. Constitutionally protected right more than 50 black. Former McDonald's franchisees are suing the fast food giant for discrimination. They're accusing the company of steering them to run restaurants in what they call economically depressed communities and dangerous locations. The federal suit claims McDonald's has a two tiered system of franchisees. One black, the other white McDonald's tell you see, and we see that while it may be recommended locations, the decision ultimately is up to the franchises. It's a tough pill to swallow. For some Boston sports fans, the BBC's Chris Farmer reports on a legendary watering hole by the garden that's dried up. Once named the Best Sports Bar in America by Sports Illustrated. After 44 years, the force in Boston will close its doors forever too much to bear for this fan of local sports and casual dining it honestly it breaks my heart because there's so many historical places going under history is practically synonymous with the Canal Street favorite with its big league pictures, inauthentic jerseys. Its walls are Virtual Almanac of Boston Sports. It's insane. There's so much memorabilia, not even just from like the Bobby Orr era. My dad will tell.

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"carrillo" Discussed on Far Away Fan

Far Away Fan

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"carrillo" Discussed on Far Away Fan

"The But that's something that I feel that is different than the championship teams. I feel. It still a rich league by most standards. It's village, League but the teams are built around community and things like that and this was something I wanted to bring up earlier as well when I was growing up in all those years, it was always loftus right i. mean that was the stadium and it's no longer call. That is now. Now now they're Cayenne Prince. Foundation. and. Okay. That will Very harsh debate about this because you know many of US steel goal, it love to Froth but this snow though disrespect or anything I think is just because of the tradition Cayenne free sprints from foundation was You know the the owners were looking for charity. To name the the the football ground after charity and the they actually made the bowl with the with the supporters and all of that, and the campaign fall from Dacian was the winner and I think it's very You know you know it's a very good calls. So cayenne Prince. Was a young man that was mortar. So they took his name to do this combination and I think that's very something very lovely to, and so we took the the name of the stadium and It's weird. I I have to admit it. It's weird salt because we were very typically left Troth. I think it's an honorable thing to do to name the the stadium institution that it's doing great work. So it's alright and nobody nobody gives you a bad luck. If you say look to throat. So it's Ok yet but bad smell became friends foundation stadium. I love that it's very noble thing to do especially when you have a team like Ukiah and generations upon generations nor does love destroyed and we sometimes get very used to holding onto these traditions I was reading about it and I think it's a wonderful thing and I think that it's a very bored move I'm sure most people especially, some more defend would not have liked it. But at the same time I think it's a very, very noble gesture on the part of the club whereas definitely unto refer in the beginning I think men and some people were like, oh, we're going to look to throw anyways but with most of them, most of the funds how quite happy because as just say this club is very concerned about the community and. they've gone a little grade work not just with the confrontation and you know I don't know if you heard. But when the Grenfell Tower could fire a QPR be some full bowl match on benefit of the victims of Grenfell because spoonful is quite close to to look the truth. And they were very concern them very. You know supportive of the community. So it's a fantastic seem so so yeah, I'm happy would within the name. I told you that the first time that I felt part of the family was through listening to keep your podcast open all hours I started a great friendship with one of the guy from the book dust or full Fini. And he's from Northern Ireland to were always too small. So of course, going to England in two thousand and seventeen. So he he say, well, if you're going to be here, you have to seek you arc. So he got tickets for the for the stumbles game. It was from dusting I. Get to meet him finally in person and to me some great friends in the Allen. And Unwin became even closer because we were a good friends and so on and they say please come back soon. You know this is GonNa be from tested on all that. And but after two thousand, seventeen, my life came apart. and very harshly because Man My dad was sperry. He'll. He was diabetic but also in his last time he suffered from. Prostate cancer. So it was quite devastating because he will swell on one year after he will. Vary very lucky number about shape. he actually. died two years ago so. A very, very harsh time mom was. Going to the hospital all the time I was Berry Berry you know going insane with all of that. And Poll told me in other you should come to them We're GONNA find a way to make you feel better. I want to go I don't know if I'm going to be able to with that I want to go. And suddenly, I decided that, I I wanted to go. To Northern Ireland do some shooting a short film I. Want to go to Belfast for all my life so i. decided to do it. And I am I will seem by to to a game, but this away game of Sheffield United Ground. He was great because we went on the train to suit the game we lost like we always do. A great experience and the I one with my friend Cindy who is fantastic. Great person and When we came back pulled, ask me if able to go to the training ground. To the cumulus training ground. For the day I was like training ground like why? As a yeah. Sure. I mean whether it's Qbr is you know I'm GonNa say yes. He told me what's what was going on? book I receive an email rely was staying in London from Paul Morrissey who was doing the QPR median old up, and then from caroline shade who was the assistance of the manager of Steve mcclaren to tell me that Steve mcclaren was inviting me to the QPR, training ground to meet the players. Now whilst like. What It was like, how is this possible because? As you say. In Mexico, it would be impossible to me your players and to have lunch with them and all that. It's like you would never think of that. So I went to the acuity are training grant who who was quite five from what I will staying. Close to Heathrow Airport. On my own. It was very weird. I was very nervous. I didn't know what to do and they told me you ask for Caroline Shea she is GonNa Take Care of you and I, I came to the ground to the training ground S. for Caroline and she say you are among jurors So. We're going to trade you like You know

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"carrillo" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"carrillo" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And Republican lawmakers are set to proceed with competing legislative proposals and the face of nationwide calls for law enforcement overhauls trump signed an executive order urging police departments to adopt a stricter use of force standards and create a database to track officer misconduct number two loosening restrictions and increasing public gatherings may make it seem as though the worst of the pandemic is over just this week Florida Texas and Arizona set daily records for new cases Phoenix mayor Kate di a go I hope the governor will either put in place mandatory mass at a central businesses and out in our community or DSPD then made the opportunity to more than two million people in the U. S. have been infected nearly one hundred seventeen thousand have died number three Britain's health minister today held the use of a steroid quote called dexamethasone for treating coronavirus patients as the best news so far of the outbreak trial results announced yesterday showed that the steroid which is used to reduce inflammation and other diseases such as arthritis reduced death rates by about a third among the most severely ill provide nineteen patients admitted to a hospital an Air Force sergeant who was arrested in the fatal ambush of a Santa Cruz County deputy has been charged in connection with the killing of a federal security officer during George Floyd protest in Oakland last month thirty two year old staff sergeant Steven Carrillo has been charged with murder and attempted murder in the killing of federal officer Dave Underwood the U. S. has filed a breach of contract lawsuit against former national security adviser John Bolton seeking to delay the publication of his book which the suit alleges contains classified information president trump it was advised not to write it and he was advised very strongly not to write it until it's cleared and he couldn't wait the lawsuit marks the latest effort by the trump administration to block the publication of the room where it happened set for June twenty third which is expected to be harshly critical of the president well good news if you're a fan of disgusting traditions.

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"carrillo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"carrillo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"About what he has seen from you know guys in in how the the first look at how their grass bean what is going to be his playbook but let me ask you this how how big do you think the priority is in reshaping this offense from what scan Carrillo was doing last year well I I think that that Shurmur built touched on that saying that he wants to build on some of the things that that they did well and if they like you know because if the offense won the cover was apparent to they weren't terrible just on average the entire year they they weren't good enough to be a top twenty kind of offense and so he wants to obviously get the ball down the field more spread the ball out users running backs in the passing game even more and certainly uses tight ends we've got to the fastest if not the two fastest tight ends in the league on his roster right now and so I think when you look at what they did well he wants to to borrow some of that and maybe even keep some the terminology the same and I think he's probably relying on guys like Mike my Jack and Chris Cooper and I guess that goes on in cars my kids well that to make sure that they that they're on the same page and then he wants to put his touch on and I I did hear big out mentioning the stress that the offense can put on tackles and so we're gonna see Gary Bowles and John James and I guess maybe lies Wilkinson earn their money but it should be an exciting offense it is going to stretch defenses and when you look at all these weapons from the two headed monster running back to all these receivers and tight ends and if block can really take that step in your two is is often should be really exciting the Broncos are going to be a team worth watching every week not just here in Broncos country but one of those teams that fantasy football players around the league are watching because they never know which one of of the Broncos players that they have on the fence if you might find the answer you know one of the things that I've seen from just friends of mine who live out south is that they've seen some of the Broncos including drew lock out throwing and catching and running routes and planned defensive back the high schools are are not being use the Broncos find parts that they can just go to and just work out in BK this is still bizarre when will the players be able to go back and use the facility not know they're done with the O. T. age virtually will they be able to go back to the facility now well I think it's my understanding that the be able to work out in smaller groups here soon that was one of the memos that was sent out it you can have more than fifteen guys together either conditioning or or in the gym actually lifting weights in in in the weight room but so they can work with the strength coaches and and that's one of the main reasons Lauren Landau was hired was because so many of these guys were already working with with Lauren and and his his employees other trainers that work under him and so when Luke Richardson left they were quick to to go grab a lord and so that's allowed guys that stay here in the offseason there's certainly plenty of Broncos players that make Denver their home year round and so instead of paying money to lord and his staff of they you know didn't want to help him out now they can just go to a facility to work with more than the other three trainers are on the staff so I think it's gonna be sooner than later they won't be able to get out and throw their I don't think they'll be allowed to it's my understanding so as the probably have to keep going to the parks and and nearby high schools here on the south side of town but but I do think they are going to be allowed in the buildings sooner than the late July and in this case August first start date for training camp yeah I mean I saw the video on Twitter today via of Judy and I was like you've got to be kidding me I'm not sure that was in Denver I feel like that's a little older I don't young Denver he looked amazing and as as the big fella likes always point out I mean he's got that today his cuts will break your ankles big time no that video was was certainly impressive and hopefully the cabin that he and K. J. Hamler find themselves as narrow as near a park near the park where they can get their speed work in in the five or six weeks now until training camp starts and again the start date should be August first will get a email at some point saying what it'll be because the rule says you start two weeks before your first preseason game and this case is August fifteenth thing it's Niners so August first is going to be the first day they'll be on the practice field the real question I think for folks like us is will we actually get to watch it and I I and I'm sorry I just don't think the fans will but I don't even know if the media's gonna get to watch it at all this year either they're still working that out and then a lot of C. disappointing to those of us who cover the team on a daily basis okay as we get ready to to go into the summer break for the NFL and its players do you anticipate that July and the receivers and then all the guys that are running backs on the team will stick around here and and and even get that work in when that six week time period comes around because that's been usually looked at as okay I'm on my own time so trying to figure out how do you think the Broncos and their players out in particular that players will look at this well I know I I do think that they will stick around and for a couple reasons one because everything was so delayed in disjointed and disconnected I guess for lack of better words in terms of keeping these guys together this offseason's obviously no team's fault but everybody's handling differently they finally you know guys have made their way to Denver and are making their way to Denver like jury duty inhaler her getting here and some more these young guys is they get your plus the vets is they'll make their way back but I had to find a Harris on the Broncos the podcast yesterday and he said that unlike previous offseasons obviously he's only had two and was coming off an injury last year there in cincy that now they kind of know that the real target the real start date is in this case August first for the Broncos whereas before earlier in the spring they weren't really sure so guys are gonna be a little more dialed in and focused maybe not trying to overdo it and and ramp up to much but keep something steady rather than throttling back because a lot of ways guys probably did throttle back earlier in March and April and may early parts of may when they otherwise would have been going a little bit more full speed in team settings in OTA's and then the mandatory minicamp right around now so I do think you'll see guys stand out and the other part of it is there's not a lot of vacation opportunities out there but some people aren't gonna take some vacations but I got to think people are going to be leery to jump on a plane and travel around the world maybe they're taken smaller vacations here around around the state like so many of us are but I think the guys there's going to be around so I do think you know your friends are C. and drew locking company on the south side of town will likely see that throughout July where's otherwise you're right they wouldn't because they were all scattered and then come back together when training camp starts okay we've been hearing rumors of the possibility of the NFL shortening up the preseason from four games to two you have anything more on that in the end how likely do you think that is to happen I think it's really like living they already canceled the joint workouts which is something I had heard and throughout on Twitter days after some of the stuff started happening in in may as things start to come out schedule wise and then that became a reality I do think the cut from four to two in the reason I think it'll be too and not one and and.

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"carrillo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"carrillo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Investigating if Carrillo has any links to the shooting death of a federal officer outside of a courthouse in Oakland more than a week ago bowl football shooters in a van Democrats in Congress proposing an overhaul of police procedures and accountability after the mass protests over the deaths of black Americans at the hands of law enforcement the justice in policing act among the most ambitious law enforcement reforms from Congress than years it confronts several aspects of policing that have come under strong criticism lawmakers a Karen bass and comelec Harris helped unveil the bell it just doesn't policing act establishes a bold transformative vision of policing in America never again should the world be subjected to witnessing what we saw on the streets in Minneapolis the slow murder of an individual by a uniformed police officer the world is witnessing the birth of a new movement in our country this movement has now spread to many nations around the world with thousands marching to register their horror and hearing the cry I can't breathe people marching to demand not just change for transformative change that gives police brutality and racial profiling and ends the practice of denying Americans the right to have the ability to sue when they have been injured by officer denies local jurisdictions with power to fire or prosecute offending officers part of what has been upside down in policing policy in America is that we have confused having faith communities but hiring more cops on the street as though that is the way to achieve safe communities when in fact the real way to achieve safe and healthy communities is to invest in those communities the package limiting that legal protections for police creating a national database of excessive force incidents and bands please tell colds among other changes US prosecutors and attorneys for Britain's prince Andrew are siting at each other from across the pond it said on Monday the others to blame for the dukes failure to participate in the UPS teen sex trafficking program enters the lawyer said in a statement he's offered three times this year to speak with a U. S. investigators after being assured he's not the target of an investigation Attorney General bill Barr in an interview with the fox news was asked about it I don't think.

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"carrillo" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"carrillo" Discussed on WTOP

"Here is my Carrillo good to have you along this afternoon updating you on the numbers when it comes the corona virus now in twenty four hours we saw one hundred and forty two new cases of the corona virus in the nation's capital bringing DC's totaled more than thirty eight thousand cases and one hundred and seventy eight deaths Maryland site eight hundred and fifty more confirmed cases bringing the state total to more than eighteen thousand five hundred cases eight hundred twenty seven people have died from it in the state Virginia has added six hundred and four cases of the virus bring the total number of cases in the state in nearly thirteen thousand Virginia is now recorded four hundred and forty eight virus related deaths more than eighteen hundred people have survived the illness in Maryland and DC Virginia doesn't release that recovery information so many of us can't wait to get out and be social again with friends parents and even grandparents and studies are starting to show that not being able to do that can have a negative impact on the one hand you're trying to stop the spread of code nineteen but too much self isolation is bad for your mental health interaction with people can reduce the amount of sort of reciprocal connective itty we have with people and you know we got a very short for people when we see them on a day to day basis talk to Samantha Brooks is with Liverpool John Moores university in Great Britain and she says the part of our brain that helps regulate our emotions and memories starts to get used less leading to more depression stress and anxiety but she says even something little like talking to the cashier at the grocery store or take out counter is a good thing just to get that brief social interaction which will help John Doman WTOP news area psychologist remind you that they are here to help to adults are really struggling with the DC psychological association somewhere appalled forty five percent of adults report that dependent Mike has affected their mental health nineteen percent say that it had a.

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"carrillo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"carrillo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Do you okay yeah did I ever tell you Tom that that that song this instrumental part of it is featured in the trailer for colossal Jason Skaggs is the guy who wrote that and recorded that song for my dad's joke and I I sent an email and I was like you know that the trailer for colossal has that song in it NextEra tells a joke he's like what I don't know I don't know why that was why I watch the trailer for colossal and I was like wait a minute that's my dad's joke song what do you do in the trailer for colossal to do anything to enhance the way trailer so it's very weird it's not in the movie it's just in the trailer but anyway every Monday morning my dad tells a joke because we want to start off your work week with a laugh so let's say hello to my dad Hey dad hi Matt how are you good has not perfect good great okay you got a joke right I'm not a joke Carrillo lady up a little old lady had two monkeys for years one day one of them died of natural causes in grief distract one passed away two days later not knowing what to do she decided to take them to the taxidermist and have them stop the owner asked you want then mounted blushing she said now shaking hands of refined.

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"carrillo" Discussed on Cannabis Karaoke Podcast

Cannabis Karaoke Podcast

13:18 min | 1 year ago

"carrillo" Discussed on Cannabis Karaoke Podcast

"Because it's the you know throughout their house just clicking away they're gonNA be able to check every booth. They're going to be able to do ten times more than they could have won walking the floor. So and then how do you? What kind of timeframe do you put on that virtual event because like the reason some shows are like you know two days one days? Mj business four days is to give people enough time to kind of get around to travel in to travel out to have meetings afterwards. I mean I'm going to be honest with you. Usually when I go to a show like twenty percent of my time is on the floor. The other eighty percent of the time meeting with somebody at a coffee shop or in a room or in a suite or I don't even wake up because I went out that night and then later in the day I think of someone for a late lunch and so do you feel like if you're able to marry the virtual component to the physical component. That like a two day event can be a ten day event online and those people can still be contacted Those brands can still have contact. Take place just not physically at the trade show. Yeah I mean even as you're saying that I I can even envision. Let's say they have that the in person conference and they start the virtual beforehand so now it just becomes more of a strategic approach for these almost trigger people to go to the physical event if you start the virtual event a weekly form. Exactly exactly they're going to have a lot of their answers their questions answered they're going to have and then so did the building that relationship before that event in a not sale the way and then they stop at that booth in person and When we can shake each other's hands might be doing going to be doing the kid and play kick hook up here for probably the next sixty to ninety days. It's weird not shaking hands. I'll be perfectly honest with you. I'm I'm a hugger and a Shaker. Shake hands and hugged people And it's been really weird to not do that. It becomes you know as I was growing up. You Know My dad always said you shake his hand and you're looking right in the eye you know. And now he can't do that. And so we got to try to find a different way to to salute one another but I feel that I'm a hugger so when we see each other we always hug and it's or or smoking J. Like now I'm gone to the Tommy Chong methodology. Put it in between my fingers and I use my mouth like. I'm doing a Hawaiian Horn or something and I don't put I. Don't I try not to expose myself? I really didn't realize how much I came into contact with people and how much stuff I actually touched in a given day when you start paying attention to it and then how much you actually touch your face. I ended up like county like I think eighty five times in a day. I touch my face and I touched like two hundred different surfaces and I'm just like I'm going to die you know and so for those people that are Germaphobe that sometimes avoid shows I think that virtual I mean man when I when we're sitting here talking about it I'm like super pumped on the idea. I don't think we'll ever need to go to a one hundred percent virtual show but man how much more productivity can get done when somebody can take a two hour break out of their day and attend a trade show online. You know having to spend a ton of money and you know sometimes hours traveling to get to that location only then to be put into some kind of uncomfortable said look not. Everybody is outgoing even in the space. Even when you have a brand even when you're the CEO of a company and sometimes people get overwhelmed at trade shows or they do stupid shit at trade shows and so this could be a way for people to have not only more productivity but for more connection because at the end of the day. What you're trying to accomplish is connecting cannabis brands to cannabis consumers. Whether it's a beat up van or a BBC event and while I see these smaller events you know these yoga instruction stuff or workout or brand. You know discussions. I really truly think you may have hit on something here with this virtual event. Yeah I think so. I hope so. You know I think there's there's a variety of benefits again as we're discussing that that can really help benefit this with the engagements the the opening it up you know To more people the saving costs to even having affordable cost points because a lot of people. It's the candidates. Industry we are majority are in start up mode so imagine if they didn't have to pay that two thousand dollars that you had you know It's just a great for people to be able to still do business. If they don't have the funds at that time and you could offer. You could offer it in a BBC environment. You could offer you know points to those consumers that hey you share this socially you get towards the next event. We have or any start. Turning it. Into some user generated marketing where now these brands are benefitting off of instantaneous. Like recognition from these customers are coming through and also opens you up to instantaneous critique as well so it's with everything comes the downside. How are you is like putting together a structure to navigate the next thirty to sixty days? I mean I would imagine a hundred percent of the events that you're working on have been canceled like how. How does that change? What are you guys doing with this? Downtime I know you're planning the virtual events we've beat that thing to death because I'm excited about it. And what else are you doing? How are you consoling some of these people? How are you retaining them as clients like how what triage mode is event high end under your guidance? So we definitely had to refocus and look at everything that we had going on The one thing that is going to be coming out of this is that we had a lot of projects that we kind of put on the side where lean team so when certain areas have to have our focus. We have to fully focus on those areas. Now that things are going to be a little bit more in transition we can go back to some of these vital Project Stat really have to do with the foundation of event high and You know our growth structure for the next few years so we can. We look at all that and really start building diving into getting details on some of those projects as a company and another way. That what we're looking at getting event host who are hosting events in the summer and the fall that's really what is going to be able to That obviously virtual events but that is also another way. That will help Help US continue to move forward. I mean it's definitely hitting US where we're a start up on top of that You know we were in discussions with with Some investors and the conversations are changing so We have to get lean and gritty and figure out. You know the next move that we're going to take but the way that our team has been acting and coming together. I'm I'm highly confident that we're going to. We are moving forward and and we will see the light through all of this But the biggest thing is the way that it will happen is by working together by bringing people together that are all being affected by this so everyone in the event landscape we are reaching out to all of them even if they're considered maybe not maybe a competitor or not necessarily competitor. Whatever it is. We're reaching out to them and saying okay. How can we all do this? And and Converse and work together to to where we all can move forward So those are some of the ways that we're doing that right now. So internally relooking at beings getting more structure and filling the cracks that we may have avoided while we were in China move forward during startup life. next is the events that are happening in the summer and the fall. We're working on that. We're helping event host cell sponsorships for their events to now As well so we have a sales team that can do that. And then also just reaching out to everyone in the event landscape to work together so those three things do you feel. Do you feel that you know? The economic impact is going to be. Well we haven't even begun to measure not just in cannabis but globally. You know I mean. Restaurants are closing bars are closing the whole world shutting down which has not happened in well over one hundred years. I mean the back East. See Snow Days and you know casually we have power outages up in California where you don't go to school for a day but nothing to this level. I mean this is so surreal and so different for everybody when we come out of this on the back end. Is there any thought around? Your guys is company I don't know how to phrase this but you know you got cost that you charge people to work together. Are you looking to abate? Some of those costs. Are you going to reduce those fees? Like what is your financial component. 'cause you guys need to make too so it's like it's it's like we went to a hard stop. Stop turning now. We've got a star and when you start pushing America ground that's full of people at it takes like a couple rotations before it starts getting the momentum to get itself back on its feet. What are you guys thinking at all about how that will look and if you get these virtual events going? I would imagine that plugs. A huge gap in your financial prowess. But what about these physical events and how are you going to hell? And even at the virtual ones like are you guys motivated to move around pricing or is that something that you haven't even thought of or disgust her or what you guys is take on that. Well I mean if you look at it already We are actually cheaper than our competitors. So Event Bright. Our service fees are processing fees are cheaper than them so at the end of the day like. I don't know if a lot of people recognize this But we we. Don't we need the masses to be able to scale company because we only make certain fees So there's really at the end of the day I don't know what other costs we don't. There's no other costs that we could really lower because we already kind of lower lower than what is out there So the one thing that we have to look at though is if we are going to offer more things what what are those price points going to be And making sure those are affordable but also Being mindful of that the time to our team is now putting into these new projects So it's an interesting time as a as a company for sure And for US. It's it's it's just again. China figure out how to keep on boarding events that are going to be happening in the long run and looking at where these virtual events go. I. It's going to be tough. No matter what But we have looked at our runway and we have a we have a runway. Thank goodness But we have to see again if we don't do anything. We have a runway. So that's the one thing we look at that if we you know what if we couldn't onboard any events what if we didn't do virtual like how long could we survive and we had that plan There's time they are so that's good And now it's just okay. Now what can we do to add that if things don't go to normal you know over months at a time but we believe that they will believe things will start to kind of move back to somewhat normal by by? May I you think by. May I still like certain things? I feel like there will still be. It'LL STILL BE A. It's kind of like will be waking up at that point. You know all kind of slowly emerging out of this and maybe lockdown depending on where we are to be honest so That's I feel like there will be starting to be some points there Just knowing humans like I do. I think as slow as we are to go into this ike realization of. We've got a problem it. It's GonNa be like by the point we get to the middle of once. We've been kind of under some sort of limited social distancing kind of thought I mean. I think we're also going to be looking at you. Know people being really slow to participate in physical events just because of the unknown unless things change unless they come out the vaccine things get really aggressive in in kind of turning this down. I feel like it's going to be probably June or July before and only reason I say that because I have a kid and they're telling me that that pretty much scrapped. The rest of the school year. I mean they just sent out a email today that said not coming back to the middle of April and it was only they just announced school closures on Friday..

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"carrillo" Discussed on Cannabis Karaoke Podcast

Cannabis Karaoke Podcast

11:15 min | 1 year ago

"carrillo" Discussed on Cannabis Karaoke Podcast

"Oh Hey what's up everybody? You're listening to cannabis Karaoke where we ask you to grab the MIC and tell your story get inside Info from today's most interesting cannabis pioneers and from the first note to the end of the song. Listen Up as you get to hear the stories of success on cannabis carry Yoki. Welcome back to another episode of Cannabis. Karaoke. I'm your host Danny Keith. And you know this is a these are trying times right now. You know a lot of us are stuck inside or or self quarantining and so my usual Daily activities are have been cut off. I am now sitting in my house have been sitting in my house for almost a week now and I thought why not start reaching out to some of these thought leaders start talking to some people in the industry that I usually see face to face and able to either shake hands. Give hugs or at least go out and break bread together. Maybe we smoke. A Jay doesn't really matter and today what On this podcast. We're going to be interviewing somebody who has been in the space for quite some time and has seen some bumps in the space and has gone through a lot of things but as we were talking right before we jump on this podcast. This is a different one so today we're going to be talking with the Delhi Carrillo. She is the CMO of event. High and event high is a platform that allows the cannabis community to connect with people that are putting on events as well as people that want to go to events and she's been doing a great job on social media and so on a welcome to the show. Elliot thank you for. Give me some time today. Of course thank you Danny for inviting me to to come on absolutely so before we get on the on the podcast. We had started kind of talking a little bit about how life has changed right now. This this cove virus or corona virus or pandemic. Or however you want to say it has kinda caught everybody. By surprise I think as Americans. We thought it wasn't going to happen to us. And now we're seeing the outfall of that from you know pacing on track with Italy We're seeing bars and restaurants closing and you as an event producer and somebody are someone who's a conduit to events being produced. I guess are seeing some pretty interesting things and I saw on social media yesterday that you had started talking about the potential of doing virtual events but before we get into all that I really want to hear kind of what's going on in your world and what you're seeing happening and what's the tone and the space our people handling this stuff. Well last week was definitely one of the hardest weeks. I would say that we went through. It was definitely it. Felt like we were just kept getting punched over and over again As you mentioned we are a where ticketing platform for the cannabis Events Sector and just hearing how every state was going into you know banning community gatherings limiting the amount of people at these events from thousand to fifty to fifty at two. Now even I think I saw even ten in certain areas or not at all you know so that was very hard to to take in as a as a team But then what started happening to was. We're very close to our event host community and we started getting calls and e mails and messages. Just hearing just a you know a the unsure of what they were going to do was was another thing then. We started to have to take in because many of these events help. Support Families They that's what puts food on their tables and so on our end as a company we I needed a dial in our own feelings and thoughts and look at our own families in houses and Then what was good is that we found that all of our team members in the consensus of okay. What do we do as a company to move forward How do we keep event high up? How do we help the event host community and as we were masterminding of course the first thing that we thought it was virtual events? How can we keep bringing people together? now instead of offline to online For us at a high you know that is our passion to bring people together off line to connect them through cannabis so it was a a bit of a curve ball But that is where the direction of what we're thinking. We're we're we started researching the past few days on how to host virtual events whether it's large scale conference type events to even more of a workshop or somebody that just wants to host an hour session of maybe gone g Yoga Class Online So that's kind of where it is right now. What we're doing what we're looking at where we're reaching out to a couple of different platforms to partner with us that we can offer all different price points for these event hosts To connect them with the right kind of platform so that they can go online. What is what is the response to that. I mean what are when you're having discussions with some of these companies that are trying to produce events in your pretty rapid fire. I mean I see no less than a half a dozen posts from you throughout the day on a certain event that you're helping to promote or then the buzz is getting out there that you guys are the platform to be utilizing you know for ticketing. How how are those conversations going along? What are people like our people in? Denial are these brands thinking that I mean I just heard just while I was on break here like August is when we're looking to like probably get back to normal. And they're talking forty five to sixty day self containment Requests so it just feels so weird like power. Your how are your business partners reacting to that and what kind of conversations are you guys having well? So from the event host landscape they are you know I think the smaller events Are are now kind of looking at. You know it's better. It's a better idea to postpone. I've seen and that's great turnaround. I've seen from a lot of event host instead of just fully cancelling at just because they have invested a lot of time is rescheduling it to another date And they are looking more at the summer dates. I am confident. More into may is when things are going to start going back to as normal as can be But I would even advise event host to look at the summer events the fall events. I mean the falls going to be It seems like things are going to be picking up. 'cause a Lotta. Those festivals have moved to the fall With our team members. We are all working at Today's my last day at the office but everybody else is working at home and just trying to spend time with their family and kind of maneuver and also learn as much as they can on. How do we transition to educating event host to host virtual events? So it's an interesting time I don't really. There's denial Maybe in the beginning I think it. Maybe it's more of now. They're just understanding that they are putting their attendees Potentially at risk even if they have a small intimate gathering so the best thing is these attendees and the sponsors will be more appreciative and understanding if you do select a new date or say. Hey let's discuss potentially moving this online before we kind of embarked on this pandemic in this this interesting Time we're in people are starting to have event fatigue. Greatly people were starting to be like. Oh my God there's too many events in Baja and now I think people are gonNA come out after this and embrace all these events and be a little bit more appreciative. Is that kind of something. You're hearing in speaking with the companies that you just mentioned. Are you having any interaction with any of the attendees? Are they contacting you asking questions? Clarity like what? What's that side if at all with the attendees it's a little bit again like what's really great to see is that they are actually understanding there? They actually if you if we're on the conversations with these event host their thanking the event host. They're saying thank you for keeping us in mind through the situation or we totally understand So that's what's really good to see on that end is people are being open to this and realizing that this is a situation we haven't really. Kinda countered encountered in the in the US or in general I think the bigger picture. You're right after this and I look at this from a broader scale like I look at global. I feel like the one thing that's gonNA come out of. This situation is humans are going to start realizing we are all in this together. This is a world. Goebel epidemic there pandemic that is happening and I feel like maybe this situation will allow for all of us to look at us more as as humans as humanity instead of with the way things were before the hustle and bustle. I mean I think what I'm hearing you say is people are definitely going to appreciate the in person connection again one of the things that. I literally have not left my House. But twice in the last week I'm asthmatic and so I've had lung problems my whole life. I've collapsed along and so for me when I started reading up on this in the very beginning last week I started stocking up on food and I started like you know making plans not to go anywhere I let you know. My Co workers know that. Hey I'm probably just going to be stationary. And everybody was kind like tilting their head. Kind of like what? What do you mean lake? It's not that bad. Is it and now here. We are like not even a week later and people are grocery store. Getting ransacked in in things are starting to get a little bit crazy when you're talking about postponing these events. What kind of timeline do you look for on that? Has Anybody started to to select those timelines? And then what kind of events you have such a broad spectrum of events. I'd like I'd like you to speak a little bit to kind of all. The different verticals are categories. That you guys cover and you know what that means to have to actually try to postpone such volume of events so at more of the the BB events we have seen them reschedule and they are pushing it out to I think the first one. There's a couple of July August and the for this one I believe was October So these are more larger scale to fifty plus two couple thousand attendees So it's definitely an interesting maneuver Another beatable event that we've been in discussions with There's about five hundred attendees. They're looking at actually now testing out virtual opportunities so they are looking at hosting a virtual conference And their event is in the later of the year. But they're thinking no matter what even when things get better around that timeframe they still want to potentially offer this ritual option. Because that's just more of an offering for sponsorships as well you get to.

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Dallas: 21-Year-Old Midshipman From Flower Mound Dies During Physical Readiness Test

Toby and Chilli

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas: 21-Year-Old Midshipman From Flower Mound Dies During Physical Readiness Test

"On I navy midshipmen has died after taking a physical readiness exam at the US Naval Academy he is identified as twenty one year old do Carrillo of flower mound Texas officials report that to grow was running the one and a half mile portion of the navy's physical readiness test when he collapsed the cause of death is still under

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21-Year-Old Midshipman From Flower Mound Dies During Physical Readiness Test

Chris Krok

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

21-Year-Old Midshipman From Flower Mound Dies During Physical Readiness Test

"A twenty one year old from flower mound died Saturday during a semi annual physical readiness test at the US Naval Academy officials with the school announced in a Facebook post the midshipmen third class do Carrillo collapsed while running one and a half miles during a physical endurance test he was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead shortly before twelve twenty five PM first responders or tried to resuscitate him but were unable to do so do Carrillo and his twin brother Dylan had both gone to the Naval Academy prep school in Newport Rhode Island before beginning at the Naval Academy in June twenty eighteen they were a part of the twenty twenty two class dukes older brother Jay Carrillo is also a navy Academy midshipmen a member of the class of twenty twenty

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Naval Academy midshipman who died during physical readiness test is identified

Sterling on Sunday

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Naval Academy midshipman who died during physical readiness test is identified

"The U. S. Naval Academy is reporting the death of a twenty one year old midshipman from flower mound in a Facebook post the Naval Academy in Annapolis said mid ship and third class do Carrillo died yesterday morning during a one and a half mile run in his semi annual physical readiness test Carrillo was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead shortly there

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"carrillo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:24 min | 2 years ago

"carrillo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You as it was to us yes and no you know why I didn't know that they were going to look around to on skiing Carrillo to look around to see if there is someone out there that they thought might be better but one two weeks went by after the season I thought scan girl was was going to make it you know it was up I you know I was I was surprised they they came up with someone now Pat Shurmur you know when you when the season ends you're not sure that for sure that he's going to get fired and I think this was in the works this is in the works about four five days ago as I understand it that's when they that's when they started talking with Schirmer and you know I I think it was a situation once they had Schirmer locked up the much as then then they one I had was getting a law I think that was kind of the timing of it they they made sure they had Schirmer first and then they made the move which can guerrilla you know we've been infatuated with a lot of what's happening over with the Kansas City Chiefs and that offense and why not at all fans is fine and when you look at the coaching background certainly you see that Pat Shurmur was which Andy Reid for a long stretch there from nineteen ninety nine to two thousand and eight any of that any read special magic rub off on Pat Shurmur I'm a you know I'm sure that was a big reason why he was he got the job is up you know L. way in Fangio books that at the end of the season that they have to score in the thirties to beat Kansas city and yeah I any reading has got the system I still don't think through lock is going to quite get up to the power of Patrick moans but you know it's up to it's up del way to find a Tyree kill in a Travis Kelsey a maybe has maybe has a Kelsey different type of guy and in Australia but he's got to get done he's got to get some more weapons away Andy Reid does but yes I would say that any readers of all of the lot his offenses of all the ball a lot since those legal dates that's for sure but yeah I I think this is all about can they scored thirty points a game against the king to keep up with the jeeps that's what L. way and Fangio made clear at season's end and Schirmer are they believe they got a better chance of doing that was Schirmer than staying grow up Mike yeah I understand Schirmer had some other teams that were also looking at him why does he choose the Denver Broncos yeah are you sure I know the bears for sure and there's probably two reasons there one Matt Nagy calls a place for the pair so I'm not sure Schirmer what I would have called the police there and the other reason was you know I think you felt comfortable with with Fangio and lock verses Nagy and enter biscuit that's one I'm not sure of the others I heard there were five teams after room you know I might I heard that from his agent so you that might be exaggerated by team or two but yeah I think I think the Glock in Fangio were probably the two biggest reasons why he's wise with the Broncos you know another thing that I thought immediately as soon as I heard the higher was gonna happen we appreciate your breaking that force Mike the thing about the out the thing that I thought was that made the most sense to me is that we have a head coach for the all fans in Pat Shurmur we have a head coach for the defense and special teams where Vic Fangio yeah that's a good point I think that had a lot to do with that that this symbiotic relationship between angel and Schirmer you what I think is purses Fangio and scan Carrillo who was the first year guy and I thought skiing role was coming along you know I I thought skein Grillo was over his head after that first game the city cheap game week seven and then Flacco made his comments after week eight against the colts I thought that it was looking grim for staying girl but I thought he rally I what Brandon Allen against the Browns and then withdrew locked for a couple games especially against Houston but I think Fangio felt comfortable as a defense of guy who really hasn't spent hardly any time on offense I think he's got more he's going to instantly have more trust in Schirmer who's done it for basically eleven years as a coordinator calling the plays versus gain Grillo who you know not not that you had to hold his hand but he was going through growing pains in the first year it and you know you could take a leap of faith that he would improve in year two it sure were you kind of know what you got you know we can do it and I think for Fangio standpoint having a former head coach on offense made Fangio more comfortable what's interesting is that Alfred today in his notes talked about how the Flacco experience without getting a real low I mean that that set the whole season off on a on a I'm kind of a bad foot and it made makes you get into a little bit of a I have a scenario where I mean who do you really point that finger rad was or could it just be both of on that neither of them were able to kind of work in that in that way that that coordinator and that quarterback need work yeah I I I agree I the offense of problems I think there's there can be a lot of finger pointing if you're wrong or if you're rich skiing Carrillo you know you gave him at your mobile quarterback who it will you know did it wasn't much of a vocal fiery type leader on a young team around a very young team and there was there's a lot of depth issues I mean how much talent is there on offense I I think the Broncos when they're done with this offseason are going to make also I don't I don't know about wholesale changes but significant changes what their offense of personality indication that what they had what did not it what it what it was a young teen I'd say that in in Spain girl Los defense but yeah they are scaring Carrillo look smarter with Brandon Allen and drew Oct two quarterbacks that could move in a in a system that you know likes to boot it's cornerbacks and you know throw on the run he looked he looked like a better offense of coordinator with those two guys a Joe Flacco yeah that's a good point what one final thing Mike when will this be official you know I'm not sure I think it might be I think it might be another day or two or whatever from what I understand the deal is done it's just stop you know I don't know they they have to formally jump through a few more weeks here and there or not I don't I don't know but it should be I I don't know when the press release comes out that that our usually don't worry about I just know that it the deal was servers don okay perfect we appreciate it Michael catch up with you next week are you got about a site that is my concern and he's brought because instead of being brought you by cred Colorado's for responsible energy development it's big Alan Jo Jo on KO eight the voice of Colorado broken country tonight coming over the top of the hour actually take that back we come about eight o'clock top of the hour is going to be buffs prime time mark Johnson hanging out with head coach tad Boyle they're gonna be taking you from seven to eight o'clock tonight talking see you boss basketball to their game for them coming up on Thursday Broncos country tonight coming up at eight o'clock tonight we're gonna be of course talking about everything you heard there from Mike Klis for to be talking about the change it offense of coordinator what kind of impact will Pat Shurmur have blown through lock we'll get to that plus reaction to the divisional round weekend the national championship we got plenty coming for you the Broncos coming country like affiliate clock but again many have false prime time for you in about eight minutes stick around right here okay away the problems are and match where they certainly looking better we could clear that accident.

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"carrillo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"carrillo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The first possession of the third quarter I'd like to think that I had an impact on rich gang Carrillo I know he in the entire skin Carrillo family are avid listeners to this radio show and I'm glad because something clicked with this guy and I never once advocated for him to get fired we know that he's a first year offense of coordinator we know there's a learning curve but all of the criticism was warranted this guy time and time again this year totaled up when into the fetal position and his conservative play calling help teens get back into it whether is when Joe Flacco was quarterbacking the Broncos when Brandon Allen was or as soon as recently as last week but he had some appear Finney an out of body experience maybe Vic Fangio had a come to Jesus with them or maybe he just got tired of being criticized on sports talk radio whatever the reason is that was a heck of a game plan it was a heck of a game plan and it did not stop once those scripted plays were over fourteen nothing lead quick start for the Broncos we've seen that we've seen that movie but for rich Camarillo to stay aggressive to continue to allow true lock to make throws downfield not just stinks and dunks deep throws downfield all the heck of a game any deserves as much criticism as he is deserved over the last few weeks he deserves a ton of credit for the way he called yesterday's game it was a team that had nothing to lose and a young quarterback with a lot of talent and rich gang Guerrero called the right game plan Andrew lock what can you say about this kid he had one bad throw one I'm trying to do too much the role we got picked off he's got its start learning that he can't force those balls in right he made some big big time throws and he'd even really target Cortland sudden that much the fact is able to complete those balls to Tim Patrick and to know a fan I think is even more impressive than if he would just drop backing keep heating it towards Cortland satin because we know you can get yards in in Cortland sought will get those balls right the role some of the balls he did to inferior receivers was and I mean inferior compared to Cortland Sutton great performance by an end this this has all the makings of another kind a TiVo time and I'm not and I'm not saying that's a bad thing I'm just saying the level of fun and entertainment it's getting to TiVo time levels because every year with Peyton there was always there was always expectation expectation for the quarterback expectation for the team and then in the Super Bowl run you had a lot of anxiety because the Broncos were winning games with defense and that's not we're just not conditioned as football fans to be overly confident in defense of late teens and which your locker eighty is a better quarterback than team TiVo please do not misunderstand me but just the level of find that your lock has brought to this team into you the fan I think we haven't really seen since Tim Tebow was pulling rabbits out of his hat and wins out of you know where story number two but I think it is kind of funny to have those two polar opposite things plane affects so you know it'll be a fun game for sure though do what they do best so what do we do best but don't count the pass rusher from us even though we run the ball a lot Air Force wide receiver Girod Sanders talking about the bowl match up on December twenty seventh the falcons are going to the cheese a bowl to take on Washington state first and foremost I'm glad that airforce was truly rewarded for this season that they had so many times these bowls become all about business and if there's some fan bases that don't travel well or aren't as big you can see inferior teams getting better bowl bids been teams who actually deserve it because they are a brand and I eat I'm glad the Air Force was truly rewarded for the season that they had and we knew would be a power five team but this match up and any power five team would have been intriguing to go against Washington state the number one passing team in the entire country matching up with the number three rushing offense in the entire country that number one passing offense going up against one of the better Air Force defenses that we've seen in recent history I think this match up is unbelievable this is a fun match up and Vegas opened with a line of Air Force minus two and a half so Vegas at least thinks it will be close I think they're trying to invite some money early on Washington state but I think he does speak to how good of a team Air Force is and how much respect they're getting by the fact that they are opening up as two and a half point favorites but I think this is a fascinating match up I think this is gonna be a fun match up and I'm very much looking forward to December twenty seventh finally today story number three Paris to trigger from their side life throws a fourteen woody it would be on top you would be driving a white it's.

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New details emerge on drug that may slow Alzheimer's disease

AP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

New details emerge on drug that may slow Alzheimer's disease

"The first drug to slow mental decline from Alzheimer's disease made its case to scientists at a conference in San Diego Associated Press correspondent Shelley other reports on how it works the drug is called a do can new map and its goal is to help the body clear harmful plaques or protein clumps from the brain it's developers stop studies earlier this year because it didn't seem to be working then did a stunning about face in October and said new results suggest it was effective at a higher dose merry Carrillo is with the Alzheimer's association and had no role in the study these are really uncharted waters for the Alzheimer's community and what we can say about a twenty three percent reduction in cost of decline is that it is the largest reduction that we have seen to date in a clinical study the company leading the development of the drug Biogen says it will seek FDA approval early next year I'm surely

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New details emerge on drug that may slow Alzheimer's disease

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

New details emerge on drug that may slow Alzheimer's disease

"There are skeptics and supporters of a new drug that said to slow the mental decline from Alzheimer's disease the drug is called a do can new map and its goal is to help the body clear harmful plaques or protein clumps from the brain it's developers stops studies earlier this year because it didn't seem to be working then did a stunning about face in October and said new results suggest it was effective at a higher dose Mary Carrillo is with the Alzheimer's association and had no role in this study what we can say about a twenty three percent reduction in cost of decline is that it is the largest reduction that we have seen to date in a clinical study the company leading the development of the drug Biogen says it will seek FDA approval early next year I'm surely

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New details emerge on drug that may slow Alzheimer's disease

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

New details emerge on drug that may slow Alzheimer's disease

"There are skeptics and supporters of a new drug that said to slow the mental decline from Alzheimer's disease the drug is called a do can new map and its goal is to help the body clear harmful plaques or protein clumps from the brain it's developers stops studies earlier this year because it didn't seem to be working then did a stunning about face in October and said new results suggest it was effective at a higher dose merry Carrillo is with the Alzheimer's association and had no role in this study what we can say about a twenty three percent reduction in cost of decline is that it is the largest reduction that we have seen to date in a clinical study the company leading the development of the drug Biogen says it will seek FDA approval early next year I'm surely

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Toyota reports record first-half net profit, sales

AP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Toyota reports record first-half net profit, sales

"Toyota says its net profit edged one percent higher in July through September as vehicle sales grew around the world Japan's top automakers as profit for the second fiscal quarter total five hundred ninety two billion yen or five point four billion US dollars up from five hundred eighty five billion yen last year Toyota which makes the Prius hybrid Carrillo subcompact and Lexus luxury models stuck to its net profit forecast for the fiscal year through March twenty twenty at two point one five trillion yen or twenty billion US dollars that would be an improvement over the one point eight eight trillion yen earned in the year ended in March vehicle sales for the last quarter grew both in Japan and overseas including in the U. us the rest of Asia and Europe

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"carrillo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"carrillo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Carrillo in the now closed van Nuys drive in the fabulous production design is crammed with golden age movie memorabilia some real and some fake but this is also Tarantino's most relaxed movie in awhile and although it may test your patience with its languid rhythms and low key hang out vibes every moment of it pulses with feeling it's also an unusually sensitive movie about actors and they're in securities Rick's drunken breakdowns on the set are contrasted with the sub plot centered on Sharon Tate played by a luminous Margot Robbie there's a beautiful scene when Sharon goes to the theater in Westwood and watches herself in the nineteen sixty eight spy comedy the wrecking crew basking in the audience's appreciative laughter Robbie's performance becomes the movies soulful center in unabashedly tribute to Tate spirit and her memory the real life Tate and her unborn child were murdered in August nineteen sixty nine by members of the Manson cult a tragedy that the movie addresses within audacity but also sensitivity but I wouldn't have thought possible Tino has drawn a lot of criticism over the years for his use of violence especially against his female characters and also for his bold rewriting of history in movies like inglorious Basterds and Django Unchained I'm loath to give away what happens at the end of once upon a time in Hollywood given the director's track record it's both what you might expect and also not it comes to an extraordinarily wistful and moving close that suggests the times may have chastened Tarantino this is his first picture not released by his longtime distributor Harvey Weinstein the famously views of director has been unusually tight lipped in promoting the film in understandable but decision for such a clearly personal work but the movie speaks eloquently enough for itself it captures a precarious moment between the last gasp of the old Hollywood studio system and the cinematic renaissance of the nineteen seventies that would eventually give rise to the nineties independent film movement that could make the movie something of an origin story for Tarantino himself but it's so it's a decidedly moody and reflective one Tarantino has said that he will direct just one more film after this but it would be hard to imagine a more fitting swan song then once upon a time in Hollywood a fond farewell to the dream factory he loves Justin Chang is a film critic for the LA times on Monday's show we look at the bizarre world of insects and why we can't live without them insofar droop ficus St professor of conservation biology tells us why fruit flies are more useful than we think and how cockroaches could be vital to our survival her book is called buzz staying bite hope you can join us fresh air is executive producer is Danny Miller our technical director an engineer is Andrea Bentham with additional engineering support from Joyce Lieberman.

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"carrillo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"carrillo" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Carrillo mega fifty plus will work for you will even send you a free bottle to put to the test the debate is over it's not fish oil or krill oil it's both and now it's free just pray for ninety five for shipping and claim your free bottle call now one eight hundred three nine nine sixty three ninety two one eight hundred three nine nine sixty three ninety two that's one eight hundred three nine nine sixty three ninety two credit reporting firm Equifax reaching the largest settlement in history with the Federal Trade Commission following that massive breach back in twenty seventeen the company will pay up to seven hundred million to settle lawsuits private information pertaining to a hundred and fifty million people really credit reporting company Equifax will pay as much as six hundred fifty million dollars to settle state and federal investigations into the enormous data breach in twenty seventeen the C. E. O. mark very or explains what the settlement means to the company this comprehensive settlement was a priority of ours and is quite unprecedented to bring so many groups together in a second priority of ours and the regulators was a single consumer funded it was really a focused on you know doing the right thing for consumers the bridge is believed to have compromised over a hundred and forty three million Americans personal information including social security numbers they still don't know who carried it out for you as a radio news I'm Chris Barnes this is USA radio news with the session ending if you've been putting off building your business now is the time to act general steel will meet or beat any price on a pre engineered steel building of the same size and specifications act now before still prices go up so call us today for free information call eight hundred nine six five twelve ninety eight hundred nine six five twelve ninety eight hundred nine six five one.

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"carrillo" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"carrillo" Discussed on KOMO

"Now four fifty five. It's not every day that the story of a loss dog makes it into a newscast. Then again, it's not every day. We get a story like this. Here's komo's Brian Calvert. In was indeed a merry Christmas at the Carrillo family home in the. Komo was following weekend. However when things went south when the family dog went missing searched my yard. I walked around the neighborhood. I drove around for days. Kathleen, Carrillo desperately looked for her small missing doll. I thought I had done everything I could find her. There was no sign of little Corky. Honestly, given up hope of ever having her back. Sometimes some of the most amazing things happen in the most unlikely places this story now takes a huge turn because Kathleen plopped yourself down in front of her small screen. Who are you? This is Mitzi television station, K I, M A and Yakima was spotlighting up Pat available for adoption from the local humane society. I looked up and saw her. I said oh my gosh. That's a quirky needless to say Kathleen was first in line the next morning outside the humane society office and under to me. I I can't tell you how how great that felt. The escape artist was microchip, but the proper paperwork.

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"carrillo" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

Impaulsive with Logan Paul

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"carrillo" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

"Ever to your party tonight in DC, PS pleased. Pour milk on my tits. Yeah. That happens just about your name wrong. Yes. She did. She spelled it like this station for your job. And thank you. Call backs. He'll wits. I'm missing something here, bro. This is crazy. Come on. This is crazy. This is like this is the highest level of. Craziness when it comes to nightlife in party. Well, yeah. Like, I said nightlife fucking boring like you can't walk into marquee wearing a onesie and be like, I'm gonna just porn milk on people. You know, what I mean because they have a certain culture and certain clientele. But like where I try to bring my party's just about dude. Shop wearing where most nightclubs our exclusive, and my whole shit is I go it's going to be inclusive. Right. You're going to see some weird fucking characters. You know, some dude in a fucking wheelchair my poor champagne, girls boobs. It's happened. It's happened. I mean, you're controversial figure though because of all this shit. Yeah. I mean, it's it's in your face. So you know, what? I mean, it's kind of like, you're going to form a strong opinion. Whether you are like deal. That's awesome. Or like that's terrible. I. Hard to find out where to start with this. Where do you get the most? Well, now after the Netflix thing everyone thinks I'm going to kill myself, which is both out great for me because the hate mail stopped and now everyone's just like, yeah. Let's not be too mean to him. He looks a little sad. But you had that. Okay. So you you were in the Netflix movie American me. And that's where on he had been telling me about you. And then I saw you in that. What did you say in there that kill myself? Probably fifty times you said that. Yeah. Okay. But you know, and then people take that seriously, which is like a crazy we being serious. No in the same way when you're hungry. You say you're starving when I'm in a situation. I don't wanna be in on my God kill me. Now. We've all said it of you know, what I mean? Yeah. He did the thing about Carrillo is that I think that he deals in a very since he's very I think, and it's it's such a there's a a large part of society that likes that judging by your followers and the people that watch the neck flicks documentary, but there's a lot of people that can't get on board with that cynicism. You know? And I think you have just fine. I mean, I think when you draw a line you're gonna have people on either side in any and not what I do is art in any way. But was do any sort of art? You wanna vogue it motion? Right. You don't want people just gloss over. So it's fine to piss them off and has also find to make him happy. The worst thing you can do is just them to just be like, whatever. I don't know. Yeah. Indifference hate breeds more attention anyways. And I'm the kind of like, look, I have no corporate sponsors. I don't know anyone anything like I can't be quote, unquote, fire realistically, you know, what I mean? So I'm just going to say what I feel is appropriate or right or funnier. Stupid, and do whatever I want not hurting anyone, and that's it. Does it piss people off because? I'm sitting here listening to you talk. And even on the the movie it's very evident. Like, you're a smart guy. Does it pissed people off that you have rationale behind?.

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"carrillo" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"carrillo" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Why humans have the largest penis in both absolute size and proportion wise compared to apes really since the average human penis is around fifteen centimetres while chimps and gorillas around ten centimeters and five centimeters respectively. However chimps have testicles around two times larger than human tests off poor carrillo's have testicles about point five times the size of human testicles. I I mean, whatever, but it's most likely differences in culture are responsible for differences in the Pena size chimps, excluding bonobos live in a patriarchal society with multiple males and females due to living in a patriarchal society. The male chimps don't get a choice in their sexual partner. So males have to compete with males. And they have to have larger testicles to produce more sperm for greater chance at making a little baby champs. So they are inherently creating things with smaller, Dixon, bigger bolts. By contrast, are peaceful. Matriarchal cousins with the bonobos that really have header own homosexual issues for anybody. I understand a matriarchal societies supposed to be better. We get it. All right. Gorillas have both small testicles and penis because the female grills Lee live in an harems with no choice in their makes. So see what happens? That's what happens if you take competition out of the marketplace me Israel meals only need to compete with other males. They just wrestle to win their harem and now's for humus. We change the actual anatomy of our penis due to pipe, pedal, ISM, and culture, aped all have bones in their penis, and must flex the penis muscles as an order to Jackie, however, humans lack Abon lack of a bone is thought to be a combination of walking upright and wanting to show off to females when fully around some anthropologists believe humans used to be matriarch obey society and females chose their mates and with judge mates based on their peanut. Oh, there's still do. I promise that go. Yeah. But I take it out in the date. You don't take it out that I'm just saying you don't see many small dogs in the adult film industry for. No, not in the, but that's paid paid students. That's just been sometimes husbands have normal. Penises? I could tell the for fact based on the above studies. If a big foot is an eight most likely they over smaller penis in humans since they buy pedal. There is a chance that those proportions of humans might be skewed to be similar to chimpanzees. I don't know. Because are they are they apes or are they truly a combination of the two, and if they are bipedal does not make the Pena's longer better. No. But a big foot goes back to the male. But a big put is a time traveller that needs probably just a very hurry. Pull this man who doesn't have access to razors. And at this point is to afraid to go to the Barbara for fear of being shot. We would assume as whatever the average Pena sizes for polish man, this is based on my very Harry polish boyfriend who looks like a big foot when he's all natural hail Satan from Remmy. The truth, but the polish men all polish men are pretty much stock standard. I would think so of all right everyone. Well, that wraps up this week side stories..

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"carrillo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

09:28 min | 3 years ago

"carrillo" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Rebecca, Juliana Carrillo CEO treatable talking about CD products. So where we left off Juliana was on some of the benefits that folks are seeing and using some of these products on pets the science behind it. Let's turn a little bit into what it is where it comes from how it's manufactured. So first question that is how is CBD grown and processed. Well, there's many different ways that it's grown and processed. We've identified a very specific cultivation process that works really well for our product line. And what it is is it's basically sort of a hybrid. I guess you could say between cannabis enhanced in that it has this full happen. My profile minus the and this was basically accomplished by scientists and cultivators that we're looking to create a product that was rich that could be shipped across state lines was not necessarily classified as cannabis because as you know. Cannabis has stricter. There's stricter restrictions around how cannabis products can be extracted and infused and then sold as infused products. So we needed to switch to a hemp based product for the ease of being able to provide the product across the country to all animals. So really what this product is. It's made from hemp derives CBD. And as I mentioned this really looks more like a cannabis plant because the cabinet profile shows all those rich can have annoyed that you find in a cannabis plant industrial hemp tends to have very low levels of all canal, even low levels of CBD. But the problem is if we were to extract these vital can have annoyed from the cannabis plant, the THC content would just be too high to include in an animal product. So it was necessary for us to switch to the hamp. But we are strong believers in. In what is called the entourage effect? And what that is is that all of these cannabinoid when working together for a person or an animal they're going to work more efficiently together, then if they're isolated. So when we give an animal just CBD, we might see some great results, but we're going to see better results, if we give an animal full plant extract. Meaning it's got CBD, maybe CB and CD a CD all those other can happen nights that have health benefits, and they seem to work better together than when given alone Gajah. So there's today's learnings for for anybody that wants to impress their friends at the cocktail party the entourage effect. That was actually a great explanation of it. So folks, go look this up. They're going to see a lot of acronym. Terms like CBD impeach PCR. Those are at least two labels you find commonly. So we talked about CBD a little bit. What does PR stand for? And how are the two different? If they are sure. So CBD is the actual acronym. Given to canal Dyal all of the cabin noise from hemp and cannabis have a three or four letter acronym associated with them because they all have like a lot of syllables mouth flow to get out. So a CD is really just a number aviation. Now, those of us in the industry that are recognizing some of the legal issues that are coming up with CBD along with the fact that we wanted to convey that this product actually has more than just CBD in it. Switching to a term, which is PCR. That's basically, the new verbiage CR means Fido, cannabinoid, rich, so our PC our oil is not just CBD rich. But it has CBD a CBD has these other cabinet? So it just made sense to make that change to PC our oil instead of just calling out CBD. Gotcha. That makes perfect sense. So you mentioned the legal issues, and I'm sure I'm sure you get a range of perceptions on this from folks that are very educated to the perceptions of is this week for my dogs. So what is the legal backdrop? In current state. Sure. Well, I mean, we're talking about chemicals that have a very unique place in history that unfortunately because of how this country has dealt with cannabis over the last seventy five plus years starting with this product being recognized as a schedule one narcotic so cannabis still sits on the controlled substance act as a schedule one narcotic everybody in the world knows that this is ridiculous. But, you know, unfortunately, there's reasons for its placement as a schedule one narcotic, and obviously everybody that's involved in this industry is looking to see that get changed. But in the meantime, what it's done is. It's essentially restricted all research into cabinets. So if it's a schedule one narcotic, it is deemed as harmful it's deemed as not having any medical value at all, and is therefore blocked from research will I don't know of any other substance on earth that has this profound of an effect to a person or an animal's health and wellness that is still considered harshly illegal level. So obviously, we love to see some change here. And you know, when people complain, oh, well, there's not enough research. We need more research. Well, we're not gonna get much more research until we. D schedule cannabis, and sadly, what's happened. When you look at the time line and the history of all this CBD was discovered or at least became largely well known in the public's mind after cannabis was placed on the controlled substance act. So now what we have is a completely non psychoactive substance with profound medical value has by default become a schedule one narcotic, and that's crazy. I can't disagree with you on that. And I appreciate the background on it. Did you see the traction across the US with legalization of both medical and recreational marijuana? Do you see that opening up a lot of future opportunities for where this class of and want to call it a drug probably putting a wrong label, but classic substances becomes more readily available and better tested for therapeutic and medicinal purposes. One would think that, you know, the expansion of medical cannabis laws with lead to the federal government actually rethinking this. But those two don't seem to be going hand in hand. But what's happening instead, which is probably counterproductive to what the federal government actually wants to happen. Is there simply strengthening the medical cannabis movement in keeping this federally illegal wallets legal on the state level has created all kinds of confusion and it hasn't necessary. -arily moved the needle on research because as long as we've got cannabis as a schedule one narcotic federally that means they can restrict banking. They can restrict research they can restrict interstate commerce. There's all kinds of restrictions that come with that classification. So our biggest hope of all the things that we'd like to see change the biggest change that needs to happen is removing it from the controlled substance act, not just for the sake of CBD. But so that we can study all of the canal, and we can study them on all species. There's so many questions we still don't have answered and we keep hitting roadblocks with research because of this federal classification not to mention how difficult it is for businesses like ours and others to do banking. I mean, we've had so many challenges with regard to that. And it's it's absurd that we have to go through this when we're simply trying to make our. Animals feel better with a completely safe and nontoxic substance that is grown on earth and has been used by mankind and their animals for thousands and thousands of years. I can only imagine being on your side of the fence and the challenges guys have what about messaging? I mean, you are a product company you have to market you have to message to folks, what type of restrictions. Do you guys have with this class of products that you have to be sensitive to well, we can't make any claims at all which is tricky because we get reviews, you know, all day long about how effective the product is on all these different conditions. And yet we can't really provide that information on our website. The FDA would not allow it. We cannot make claims about any substance that hasn't gone through proper FDA trials. So if you look at our website, we've pared down substantially on that information out of necessity and for remaining compliant. It's not the way we want to go. But it's the way we have to go in our intention is to stay in business. Because at this point we've got hundreds of thousands of animals across the world using our product not just.

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Lawsuit Against Boston Symphony Orchestra Exposes Extensive Gender Pay Gap

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:04 min | 3 years ago

Lawsuit Against Boston Symphony Orchestra Exposes Extensive Gender Pay Gap

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything. It is. No secret women, sometimes get paid less than men for doing the exact same job on average women earn a earned eighty two cents for every dollar a man earned in two thousand seventeen. That's according to Pew Research. And it's not just pay women are less likely to be in positions of leadership a new lawsuit against the Boston symphony. But the spotlight about how this disparity shows up in the world of classical music reporter, Jeff edges has been following this and his story appears today in the Washington Post and Jeff joins us now. Good morning. Thank you for having me who is suing the Boston symphony. And why well Elizabeth Rowe who is the principal flutist is suing the Boston Symphony Orchestra because she feels that she's not being paid fairly. And she feels that that's based on the fact that she's. A woman so she's raising this idea of gender gender disparity or gender pay gap in the orchestra world. And it's never have. You know, this lawsuit is the first of its kind. What's the basis for her claim? What is she point to? Well, she was hired by the BSO fourteen years ago, and the fellow who plays next door who she loves as a musician, and friend principal oboe has John Carrillo from the start. She knew he was earning a lot more than she was. And it's very over the years, but in general, it's been about seventy thousand dollars. So she just sat there playing with him, and they played together on almost everything they call it the flow, Bo, the flute and the oboe together. And but finally she felt like she wasn't getting really taken seriously and filed the suit in July. What is the Boston symphony said about well, the symphony has defended its pay structure, and they're saying that the flute and the oboe are not comparable. And I, you know, somebody who can tap out a little bit of something on a piano, any instrument to me as mysterious and mystical, but they say the oboe more difficult to play and they say. That there are fewer great oboe us in the in the pool the countries that it makes it a more marketable instrument, but I will say that that is not science what what assigned say well there. There's no way of knowing you know, what how do you value? What somebody does for a living. And you know, I it's very very complicated. I mean, many people who've studied how women and men are paid say one of the greatest ways to devalue job as have women become the predominant. People who do that job? And you know, the flu. Do it. It is devalued its paid less. Exactly. But you know, Elizabeth Rowe has been the featured soloist in the Boston Symphony Orchestra more than any other principal musician and the principles are the stars the starting lineup. I guess you'd say sports analogies aren't great in this. But she is a star. And you know, she's sitting there and just feels like she's not being treated fairly in that way. So let me ask you just briefly. I mean, the salaries in these in this case is already credible quite high. I mean, you say, it's a seventy thousand dollar gap. But we're talking about a quarter of a million dollars a year. It doesn't seem like a big deal. But presumably it would set a precedent for other musicians who make far less. What's the upshot of all this? Well, I think she's uncomfortable with being public about this took me weeks to get her to talk to me. But she also sees as a larger issue really that. You know? Yes, I earn quite well for being in a job. That's my dream job. But there's a structure here. I mean, we analyzed how women are paid in orchestras, and it's clear out. Of the top seventy eight paid players in the country, only fourteen or women, and that's in orchestras that are made up of you know, forty percent women. So there's something wrong here. And I think she's hoping to correct it. All right. Jeff Edger for the Washington Post. You can read more on his story later today on their website. Thanks so much. We appreciate it. Thank you.

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North Korea expected to return remains of up to 200 US service members

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:14 min | 3 years ago

North Korea expected to return remains of up to 200 US service members

"It's seven thirty i'm ashley flood here's our top story democratic lawmakers angry about family separations at the southern border confronted president trump tonight at the capital the president was there to discuss immigration reform with congressional republicans republican congressman carlos carrillo of florida criticized house democrats for protesting outside of the meeting it's a lot harder to come to the table and to try to find a compromise but we've tried to do with this year trump claims only congress can keep families together but the separations are the result of his administration zero tolerance policy north korea is sending home us soldier who lost their lives in combat the development follows president trump's summit with kim jong un the us officials say the us is expecting north korea to return approximately two hundred sets of remains believed to be those of us service members who died during the korean war planning is underway to receive the remains in coming days but no firm dates have been finalized president trump said last week that in his meeting with kim jong un the north korean leader had agreed to return american remains there were seven thousand six hundred ninety seven americans missing from the korean war more than five thousand of them in north korea louis martinez abc news the pentagon.

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