29 Burst results for "Carrillo"
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.
"carrillo" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"I'm like I don't know how to take this off let alone put it on, and so we we go to the dinner like you have to dress up this and that so him and I we show up, we go to dinner and there's a Stefani's wearing his joker, t shirt and jeans. I'm like enough. So I have a picture of like, Max. Meaning recant established and he's wearing his standard street standard street clothes back sign of a bit. But we did you know that's come by the experience. You know we went through it all we we ate the traditional food they had the traditional dancing and it was awesome. But we had some crazy moments in his short span of time and Japan man who was pretty did you go to the Turkish one? Now, what's that is that's another place. WANT A. Very high on the list. Yeah. I remember. That was five when I did it with Max in. No? No, no no I did it in with Max in the Ferrari. Marinella. KNOXVILLE backed out yeah. So every thought I was KNOXVILLE'S FAT cousin. Yeah and I drove I drove around where a little bit half heavier back. Let's be honest. I'm still heavy. No more. I'd I'd the full hawk. The you know but I I mean that was probably one of my favorites and. That was sick the you know generally a ruined. Drove around the Istanbul F one track Oh my God. Yeah. In that car. Amazing. Yeah and then we went to Turkish bath house and we offer the second story into the pool at the Turkish Bath House Gumbo that's come baby and I think you know when you're talking about you're like, yeah, those those are the adventures. Those are the things that you know. Let you really live life highlight reel. Yeah. It's the highlight reel, but it's also get you out of your comfort zone and then you're meeting people and you develop these relationships that are relationships for Life Yeah like I knew lucky you know through you back back in the day but after Gumbo like. Yeah, it's not. It doesn't involve me. It's it's exciting. It's and. We're not even doing business together. You know like even. Years that. You know you've tapped me to do things and I've I've lobbed lobbed some balls your way yet It's not about the monetary value again, I'm not. In I I always say that and people would prove me wrong. Especially, my wife that I'm not motive money motivated experience but if I can monetize my passion have nice things I'm cool. That's Not exactly what I feel ideas and it's not just for me. It's for everyone that works you know four I'd eat with Eddie right is were following in living out our passion and at the same time getting paid for it. You know you might not be rich and Ballin outta control but you're having fun and you're doing cool things and you're having great experiences you know and and being able to travel and and work with amazing brands mean through the years we've worked in every form of racing there is. So we've worked in motor GP with Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden recipes, working Formula One drift off road. You Know Baja. I mean you you Nascar Kyle Busch Ricky stenhouse junior. A long list working drag racing right now, and if you love racing, that's that's like a dream job you know and then on the flip side of lifestyle on the cultural side working working with people like. James and Eddie at undefeated. You know working with the guys with the team at Nike or the team at Puma working with cartoon estevan working did a lot with snoop..
"carrillo" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Trip and we talked about it a lot and I post about a lot was my fortieth birthday in Alaska and Alaska was tremendous and that was because of the group of people we had a motley crew that was. In a lot of met we. See Mack was well I still a friend to this day yeah. My cousin my brother is it was it was this really great because we we all said, hey, everyone's traveled all over but wear has no one been. Let's noon Alaska. Really we're going to Alaska and I looked like. Flights aren't that bad everyone's like, yeah. Okay. We're in let's go and and sort of like Gumbo the first time we did it but. We didn't have any clue Oregon into you know we didn't. You know when you did Gumbo. Detector no map no clue. We're just like we're in it for the adventure and that's what Alaska felt like you know and we we just kind of winged half of it and we had we had fun in the end. We did some planning. But for the most part, it was about like the adventure in the Camaraderie and all that. So those those trips are cool. And I have had some epic work trips as well. Yeah. probably the most you know one of my most famous our favorite ones is Sweden and it was in the wintertime and we were staying in like these. You know really cold kind of old castles and snowmobiling through the forest and and racing on frozen lakes was up early activists was SEATAC who was Yeah. Yeah. So they're like like O or based in. Stockholm now they're like five hours outside of Stockholm in like a town of like ten people. And go there and they like they invent stuff. Like true story and then the invented this battery charger and then someone didn't no one. Wanted it. So like Oh, well, keep it and we turned it into SEATAC. Yeah. They were actually an invention company and I can invention laboratory. Laboratory still there, and in this turn into this this big thing and so they were growing they us and then we took some journalists over there. Again, it was some good friends buddy nick stecher. No I. Don't next we had had drinks the other night. Yeah I've seen him. It'd be a good podcast yet. We gotta get him on so it was him and Chris Cannell a few others and We did things like you know we're in the Jacuzzi. I mean it's it's middle winter in Sweden and they're like now this tradition you. GotTa jump into style easy and I was like all right guys to looking at deer piece. Oh. You. Didn't do and I went into this. WENT INTO Like. What happened the man had to go to restroom Angelina? Dude beat La man..
"carrillo" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"So it was insane. It was like you know fully mural. Was Insane I had a Honda prelude. Here. Mine Yeah Ninety Two oh, man yeah that was like look Integra. That was the headliner headlights. On roof you know. I gotTA civic after that and I missed the MR prelude. Yeah. But that's where we first met and we're in that car club for a few years. Then he started making money and star buying Paulo's and he joined one of the legendary. Went to lifestyle. Legendary. Car Clubs, Valet Yup, and I stopped with the car clubs and went to go well, actually I went into. Went into individuals when I got my impala, which was more of a more of a black. Car Club may start of crenshaw. I just had had friends there and we we were the the Hollywood chapter. So So I would see him when we're cruising crenshaw and stuff like that and and then eventually I just grew out of Laura and I was like you know one Alexis now I want. You saw the comfort. Keep, blowing. Off in the middle of the Boulevard des had had you know So over it over at yeah. Everything would break your your lowe's carton from wrong. You said, your Lola was in. Today was a good day video right? Not Mine down and that was our friends. The green one because that one is worth some some bucks one on your hands of one. No now, that one went to pharmaceutical dealer in Chicago okay, yeah I mean now it's legal. In Chicago Chicago. Where after that Yeah that one didn't go to Japan. My sixty one lincoln continental went to Australia and I mean, we'd always you know up until six years ago. Yeah. It was building selling cars overseas but full circle. Idee we're going. We're doing everything come across cartoon again with Stefan and they're you know at this point they've got a name for themselves doing a lot and the recession hits right two, thousand eight and we lose like ide- we lose like half of our clients overnight it's just like it's a bloodbath. Lipton ice tea. Yeah. I was like, what are we going to do? So, Marco was like, well, you know Marco's your partner no, not yet. Come down and. I just bought out my partner, which is Michael So. Get all the money I got. Out The company, the economy in the world comes to an end and I'm like, nice she good timing. So Marco's like well, you know we're doing this thing essay studios. You know we're he got Harley and one other count. He's like you got some automotive stuff we're stronger together. So I go down so we can. We can do this. So I start commuting. I D I D office in Long Beach because close to. FDA and all that right even there, and then the essay office was in downtown was going back and forth and eventually like this is I don't I don't want to do this. So move I d into the same building as studios but had the first one, and then the middle one was cartoons, Tattoo shop and the Newseum, and then the last one was essay studios we all joined up and it was like Cap'n. Yeah. We had a solid great moment Y- and that's when we did the work for Pepsi Nike t mobile and launch brands and I mean we we did a lot and again I had that same feeling I had like an those days where it was fun you're doing.
"carrillo" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"That's how it's going down in the streets. and. So now I watched and I was like Oh man that this is Dr maybe it's like bringing back the judge Marie. Yeah. Okay. So it's like okay. Yeah I need to watch that again I'm GonNa put it away. So. No blood in blood out isn't it super to terrible terrible north shore to Hawaii yeah. Know I don't know why there's any. There's no good Mexican rappers or or Mexican films like that. Is Not. Really you know I mean American me was like a was. Almost was good but that was more like appeared and deliver. It was like a period flick because it was so old. Yeah. It started at the beginning and how it all came to be in everything and it's like I don't WanNa watch a history lesson, right? What's going on now? So I don't know you know it's I. Love Movies but I don't know but. you did jog my memory I mean through. CC through cars and through music got to meet some of my heroes that was. One of the most random ones that I did at C. C. You'd never expect just you'd be like what really wanted to come and rims was Zach de la Rocha from rage against machine. So he did I did his car and Brad. And both very different cars but Zach came in and referred through friend and was like dude, his impala just got stolen. He was living in atwater where we grew up and all and it just gone stolen. He's like dude, I'm done with old cars. The gets stolen Blah Blah Blah so he bought a BMW wagon. House like this is dope and he's like, but I wanNA make it look like my old impala. He's like I, want rims that see it was like a really weird hard thing weird request. But I was like what you're so dope and I love your music Sinus t shirt for me. No but we got him some Ramsey got hooked dialed. You put them on like Gold D's or anything? No no no no schnitzer put on some Schnitzer's. But like some lack some classic looking one, you know. So gave it kind of almost like hoops. Kinda. Yeah. Exactly. like a heritage look. Okay. Not like crazy. Chrome or anything like that. It's just see now but you know would have never guessed. That's GonNa meet. A Roach I..
"carrillo" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Right at the beginning of the Internet and within three months these guys from Seattle they're like Kay we keep calling all these companies like I. And all these ones and they? They say, they've signed over their Internet rights to you as yeah. That's Kinda right. and. I didn't know how to program websites or anything hired a company. So we were just we were winging it again me and my brothers was like this thing the Internet trust me it's GonNa be big. So these guys from Seattle they're like, well, we're kind of doing the same thing and we have more money than you and I was like, okay I like. So why don't you just work with them over? Yeah. Just we'll buy you out this and that and as part of the deal moved Seattle. When Seattle's like employee number six or eight there were a couple of ex Microsoft, guys and we were in the same building as like travelocity and like a couple of. Like half of them became big and the other half went out of business in like a year. Right? It was. It was a weird time. It was like the wild West but ours was all about two parts and and This is inbetween CC I love you just GonNa this and then I came back when the Internet crash and we lost all our money and I had to come back living in my mom's house again you know so it's it's okay you're here. I survived I survived but for for good eight months. Yeah. We balling out of control had a I had a house or an apartment see I. don't apartment in La. I. Kept the Land Rover up there. I had my Volkswagen Passat down here flying back and forth I was had three agencies working for me had a team of like eight people and I was taking them to. Do Research at hot import nights because they didn't know anything right about this industry. They just knew that you know it's an industry that doesn't have good Internet presence. So we'd go to and for night we'd go to Novi. We do all the stuff of that and we're we're putting together this master plan, and now there's seventy employees we have a whole floor of a high-rise and Bellevue and They were doing another round of of investment and they were gonNA. Take a millions from a bunch of different people and then the original investors like, no, no, no no, we want. We want to reinvest like we we believe in this. So stop taking money from your house. We're going to put the money in, and then the stock market crashes the Internet bubble bursts and those guys were like..
"carrillo" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"So he was like the whole Mo all raw karaoke. And so here I am you know fifteen sixteen and he's taking me fishbone concerts at crenshaw high school. You know as they're just getting started we're like slamming and I'm like. You know I had stopped on here. And then we also did like the cure and depeche mode and. The standard like know late eighties, early nineties, but you know so we were surrounded. So my dad had the regional Mexican music, which at that time I couldn't stand because that was like my parents music. Now now full circle I'm like trying to get my kids listening to it. That's your heritage, and they're like, this is terrible. You know no, they don't they don't. They don't mind it. They actually kind of like you just got to find the right artists, right so we take them the Hollywood bowl and that kind of stuff and it's a better. Experience you know. But my dad back then was like he had no choice. He just turned on the radio our driving to what he wants to listen to and that's it. There's no, there's no compromise. No negotiation. You're just listening to like who if somebody's going to type in a spotify like verse I first ban like Nostalgia that comes into your mind. North they they. They got their start with my dad and they're selling out arenas and they have. Now. Colonel they do. Yeah. What again? They're actually from San Jose Oh really that's why they're bay. Yeah. Yeah, and they just redid johnny cash's folsom prison. And it's there's a documentary on it and that flicks it's amazing. Really. It's amazing because they show the difference of what folsom was like then to what it is. Now, like there wasn't a women's prison back then and now there is and they're interacting with the prisoners and they've got the same mass there about people just like Johnny cash about the people and telling the real stories and stuff they got their start my dad and they were. On a you know dilapidated van coming down trying to make a name for themselves and my dad would take them around and all this stuff and and my dad also brought in us the first to bring in Kwan. Gabrielle who passed away a few years ago who is like? I don't know like like Frank Sinatra I guess of Mexico like Mega Mega Mega Star and just a crooner crooner like a cool. Yeah collects runar. Cool. Undercover. Gay Mexican Crooner Women, love, them all the women let. All good. So but he would you know again hundred times platinum kind of artists and I've got pictures of him with my mom would pick them up from the airport and bring him to the club. They would you know hang out and stuff? So it was. It was crazy eclectic mix. We got like Pong can mo and I'm all hip hop and. Over here and and you know run DMC Beastie boys and all of that where it's all kind of blending. To now, we listened to just about everything right? You know we listened to whatever we think is good music. Yeah and your wife's beautiful singer dog names Hendrix. Yeah. So I always I always. I really enjoy music and it it really just help soothe the soul I asked this question to James. It's it's fresh in my mind right now you go to a party you.
"carrillo" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"And C e o pull me aside and he's like like the way you think I the the risks you're taking all this. Can you do marketing for us and I was like Nah I'm cool. I don't you know I got a job. This is good. At this point we're just having fun. You know because all yeah I'm comfortable and he goes now like you know I don't you think about working with us and you can keep. Thirty seven years old. Was Still. Almost almost thirty yeah almost thirty. Yeah so I feel like just just to give just to give any young listeners here that aren't like cool. You're talking about three spoke rims and old school shit like I'm trying to bring some parody to this as far as like anybody listen this about the the hustle. Now here we are I mean I'll be forty two you'll be. forty-five, you just started forty five and five April April April sorry four, twenty, four, hundred. And all right. So he turned forty five killer Mike for Twenty that's right. Yep. Killer. Mike. So sorry. So basically. Brembos planning to see I go home and I'm like wait a minute. Why can't I work for more than one money? You know. So there was no formal business plan. There was no, you know. I'M GONNA stat out the starting agency and I'm going to do all this site So's Michael. Ballard Ni- and he was like, well, you go to class I don't WanNa talk about. So I go in there and class and I had a great relationship still to this day I, owe a lot to him. He was a mentor US amazing businessmen. Came from Germany, which just about nothing and built that company into a multi million dollar organization and a brand right on his own CDC is synonymous with motorsports and cars I. Mean I guess Motorsport North but but aftermarket primarily styling. Styling of cars and I said I walked in his office. In I said, I gotTA deal for you. I'm GonNa keep doing all your marketing and you're GonNa pay me less and he was like eyes perk. He's like course. Yeah. That sounds great. Sounds tasting. Yeah exactly. Exactly. What's the catch? So the catch is not going to be in your office anymore it's like I don't get it. I said well, and I'M GONNA make the investments in computers in cameras and all the stuff that you never wanna sign off on for. So? A and I was like GonNa. You Know Start and agency and we're GONNA grandfather you in and it's going to be this price. We're going to continue to do all your work. You won't see or feel any difference at promise he's like. All right yeah. Cool. And that's how I started and first client was bramble and more than fifteen years. Later I've lost count We're still representing them and and a lot of other great brands, but it wasn't. It was you know the hustle and the work created the opportunity, and then sometimes you need a little bit of a push, you need someone to like shine the spotlight on it for you and in that case, you know it was it was brando coming and Klaus being open to it and Michael Ballard saying yeah, I think we can do this. Kind of everyone together is that moment and and what did it went to Ballard House and we went online and registered a website and stuff like you know and that was it and that's how it started..
Deputy killed, 2 other officers shot in California ambush
"Authorities say a northern California sheriff's deputy was killed and two other law enforcement officers were wounded when they were ambushed by a suspect Santa Cruz County sheriff Jim Hart said sergeant Damon guts Wyler was shot and killed Saturday afternoon in Ben Lamond and unincorporated area near Santa Cruz a second deputy was injured in the third officer from the California highway patrol was shot in his hand Hart said the suspect Steven Carrillo age of thirty eight was shot during the arrest and is being treated at the hospital Hart said police were ambushed with explosives and gunfire when they approached Correos
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
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
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
"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.
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
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
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
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
"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..
"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.
"carrillo" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Vehicle. In fact, mayor Carrillo says a car did flee the scene had a roadblock. Checking people as belong and this one core. Four individuals just to throw the police gave chase to the core. It crashed near exit thirty eight of the Long Island expressway. Four people in the car were arrested. Carol d'auria wins in old Westbury wins. News time, twelve oh. Four New York City has been hit with a lawsuit. Charging officials with breaking the city's own policy on how young jailing mates are treated the suit claims the dozens of young inmates Rikers island have been sent to jail upstate where they've been held in solitary confinement. Despite city rules that bar solitary for prisoners age twenty two the complaint also alleges that the transfers to the Albany county jail have been used to punish inmates and that many of them have been brutalized at that facility. The New York Times first reported the suit he quotes mayoral spokesman Eric Phillips is saying that the jail transfers were for the inmates own security a health facility in New Jersey is now speaking out following a report that says thousands of its patients may have been exposed to bloodborne diseases like HIV and hepatitis attorney Marc Managhan represents the health plus surgery center and Saddlebrook he said yesterday that only a handful of people were responsible for lapses and cleanliness and those employers have been removed. We regret this situation. We. Understand the concern. The frustration a report from state health officials says that health plus didn't properly clean and disinfect. It's operating rooms between procedures and sterilized instruments weren't stored correctly. Which means they may not have stayed sterilized nearly thirty eight hundred former patients have been urged to be tested for disease. But no illnesses have been reported wins. News time, twelve oh five. Now,.
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.
Iran, Ted Woodward and United States discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"The US open tennis tournament today clarified its rules about players changing their shirts during a match after a women's player was penalized for doing so, the tournament said it regretted the code violation issued to the participant from France a day earlier a. Ruling criticized by people who thought it was unfair to women because male players
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.
"carrillo" Discussed on WTMA
"Olivarez say swinging strikeout back in the second inning he stands in on the right side and the first pitch from hall mrs outside to start this half a twoout double from ryan ripken doesn't end up hurting the dogs he was stranded at second base olive rs rip say hard foul down the line gene carrillo the delmarva catcher up at the plate with twoway hit a soft liner to write stevenson's lee coming in a feet first slide to make the catch might have gotten his cleats caught up in the turf was a little slow to get up one one varas polls one the leftcentre going back on it just shy of the track and into the alley is max hogan he'll haul it in for the innings i out centrally made his way back to the dugout on his own power seemed to be all right he's had a few athletic plays already today in this continue gain that was suspended yesterday started the day with a bunt single down the third base line first pitch catching the third baseman brandon becker off guard first pitch to molina a breaking ball in for a called strike and then sends lee tracked as act jarrett fly ball out to the track to end the top of the third cut an ms from only not quickly down.
"carrillo" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"But they're to look at a giraffe i wanna see giraffe i think that's zoos are kinda like i might get some flack for this from pita which i'm not really good standing with to begin with like i think they're necessary what else am i going to see guerrilla i'd like to see a gorilla also the people that were like this is going to get me there too like they shouldn't have shot that gorilla to say that kid caramba i'll be honest guy should the girl you gotta shoots a career gorilla man that kid in pieces what a fucking kill that kid yep new like it was just protecting it yeah maybe but also maybe he was getting ready to take his fucking ankle and just rip it remember how the hulk slammed fucking loki that's exactly what you would have saw and that would have been a different kind of video you gotta kill that girl i think you should have tranquilized it yet but they said if you tracked it like you would've went nuts like it would've went to like all like oh then really kill them yeah yeah yeah yeah blow the fucking thing set off then yeah i think so too not taking taking a risk not fucked especially like yeah you got think about it like i understand like as a bystander and after the fact you're like oh my god don't shoot that guerrilla which it said you gotta kill the real carrillo yeah of course the end of the day i don't care who if anything's in a cage and my kid falls into it i'm shooting whatever's in there better care for its way fucking grandma yeah my grandma's in a cage is for a reason my kid falls in that cage i'm fucking lighten up my grandma oh yeah save my.
"carrillo" Discussed on Channel 955
"In you anyone i know sure ooh carry more than just my secret carrillo we ask kids is so finding the ta da oh man maybe would you john i know.
"carrillo" Discussed on Strangers
"So the dea said seen this middleaged lawyer walks into the courtroom and just a man's to be heard sold the proceedings that were underway per halted and to my surprise urban yeltsin's courtroom he says that he has a klein at suit that's in the hallway right outside the courtroom was one to come forward right here right now and admitted to court and testify that he was present at the day of the crime and that he was involved in that incident and that i wasn't and this was like music to my ears finally the truth was going to be exposed and the judge said you know what it's too late this witness should a came in months ago this case has been resolved by jury and literally to the lawyer to just leave and that was just so heartbreaking the charge was first degree murder so they gave me three years to life for the murder of donald sarpi plus an additional life sentence for the attempted murder of of the sun damien who was here when the father was murdered so thirty years to life plus live liberty was equivalent to never getting out when i heard this number in these words three years to life plus life because also young naive have to admit that i didn't know what that meant at that time in my life i was lucky to sort of foresee a month into my teacher and maybe at i think looking back now the fact that i was so naive and so young it really protected me is i think if i was fully conscious of light while this means i'll never get out at that specific moment i would have really lost him but not in too many years later that i realize like wow this is a huge uphill battle.
"carrillo" Discussed on Strangers
"Only hours after the jury had been given the evidence and they began to third celebration heard that there is a verdict already and was afraid he midday friday and there was no one in the courtroom there was no one in the audience there was noone on my side by family the sumed that there would be no verdict until maybe days later and so my attorney said this this was not a good sign the came back to quick sin look good and so sure enough the fourperson stood and she said in a we the people of california fine mr correo was trying to finish her sentence for and say 'not guilty but autissier was guilty and it was really hard to remember what happened next because i felt like i just went phnom like there was like this ringing in my head that wouldn't stop as if it like an explosion her kept on off the courtroom an abuses phnom it was an shot argument was my attorney river my bag telling me was going to be okay an assigned some paper of for that and survived a sad moment in all that is a used a fortnight medically call to my mom which zil number had sort of memorized in i was trying to her on the phones in mom like italy the fahmi guilty of this crime and it can maiden in i will just released a new to be comforted felt really sad and we'll made it even worse was at my mom she had a goal is just couldn't even talking on the phone i guess she was running late to go to work or a measure worship was coined but.
"carrillo" Discussed on Strangers
"Let this network wiped theme were celebrating the addition of our new show called you're hassle which will bring you real life stories from inside saint quentin prison it's going to be amazing you guys stay tuned for a short preview at the end of this episode and now without further ado here's how story about frankie career with my original introduction today's episode i want you to think back twenty years how old were you twenty years ago where were you what will you do and if you take a breath can you try to hold in your mind all the major things that have happened in your life since then the lovers you've had the children the places you've gone the jobs you've had okay now try to imagine that you'd spent those same twenty years in prison for a crime you didn't commit and it's not like you were some hardened criminal who had committed five other equivalent crimes and so even if you didn't do this one in a you kinda headed coming it's not like that at all like this sixteen years old you're a normal high school student with girlfriends and homework when a totally random set of circumstances and extremely negligent police work to say the least get you a double life sentence for something you didn't jail that's what happened to frankie korea and that's the story you're going to hear today and it's not quite the sob story you might imagine sure you might be moved in you might be outraged but a pretty sure you're also feel obliviate.