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Bell, Schwarber homer as Corbin pitches Nats past Phils 5-1
"Patrick Corbin allowed one run on five hits and struck out nine to improve to two and three on the year as the nationals beat the Phillies five to one after Andrew McCutchen stole home in the first as part of a double steal to give the Phillies the lead the nationals got a pair of two run homers in the bottom of the first by Kyle Schwarber and Josh bell we gave you know Corbin that that run support need it was able to take it and run with and our bullpen came in and shut the thing out for us so definitely fun to watch Phillies starter Zach Eflin pitched well after the first inning and win six but suffered the loss to fall to to into Starlin Castro had two more hits including an RBI double to extend his hitting streak to eleven games Craig heist Washington
Fresh update on "castro" discussed on Jim Rome
"The diving Carlos Santana Cabrera's in the hold hostage. Third is solar comes up with it and shallow, right, well, they Castro good, situational hitting. Round ball past Santana Tigers take a one Nothing lead ball was hit awfully hard to where they call that a hitter and error. I couldn't tell, but he made a decision already came ahead. Okay. Another good, solid swing ball jumped off his back. Mm hmm. Is the way to take that confidence off this young man. When is that? The corners one out of one. Nothing lead for the Tigers. Middle of the infield will back up in at the corners. Jacoby Jones began bed yesterday. Swings and taps one foul. Slider down in in with runners at the corners. Royal shifted on Jacoby Jones, right side was wide opening in a two strike. County just took a fast ball away and punched it into right. Well, good piece of hitting. We've seen a lot of examples of that. Willie Castro's a good example. That right there, Jim, exactly taking the ball the ball away..
A NASA Mom
"The lead mom for the. Oh cyrus rex mission masses i e asteroid sample return mission. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shaped our future masses cyrus. Rex mission made history in october. Twenty twenty when it successfully collected a sample from asteroid. Banou naji. Castro is the lead mom for nasa so cyrus rex mission. That is she's the mission operations manager. Naji says it is bittersweet to say goodbye to the asteroid that was the spacecraft's since its arrival in two thousand eighteen. But she is very excited to know that scientists will have an actual piece of banou to study. although twenty twenty was a difficult year for humankind. Najji is proud to be part of a team that prioritized health safety and continued mission. Success milestones leading up to the touch and go sample collection proved the teams dedication toward a shared objective in spite of being socially distanced and more geographically separated than ever before. Now she and her team are now carefully preparing for the spacecraft's returned to earth and just like any mom. She won't rest easy until cyrus. Rex has returned
Fresh update on "castro" discussed on Jim Rome
"Heart to the wall, Rounding second heading to third. Is Cabrera cruising into second? His hostage A stand up double. That was a bullet over the head of solar in right, and the Tigers have runners at 2nd and 3rd 1 out in the second. After all those change up. Got a fast party. Put a double bug you about him? Congratulations. They have the local product. It was a severe rocket. That ball was above the strike zone and 97 no less. Well, that's a big time buggy whip right there. Well, I got to the fence in a hurry. He runs pretty good, too, for a catcher. That's why he was in left. Jimmy, That's right. Adrian said earlier and I realized this guy's pretty athletic and runs well, let's give it a shot in the outfield. Improve his value fastball outside the Castro. So that's just what you're talking about it make this guy get him out of his comfort zone. Macon pitch with men on base morals draw the infield in tight They've lost 10 in a row and They do not want to see this losing streak extended. Tigers won't extend their win streak to four. The one Oh pitch change up high and outside to a no on Castro's still looking to get this back going well, good swing by house like that. And put a little of block in the mind of this young pitcher about his arsenal. Royals draw the infield in about half way with Cabrera at third. The two old sewing a ground ball wide of first and under the glove of.
OSIRIS-REx 'MOM' Says Goodbye to Asteroid
"Masses cyrus. Rex mission made history in october. Twenty twenty when it successfully collected a sample from asteroid. Banou naji. Castro is the lead mom for nasa so cyrus rex mission. That is she's the mission operations manager. Naji says it is bittersweet to say goodbye to the asteroid that was the spacecraft's since its arrival in two thousand eighteen. But she is very excited to know that scientists will have an actual piece of banou to study. although twenty twenty was a difficult year for humankind. Najji is proud to be part of a team that prioritized health safety and continued mission. Success milestones leading up to the touch and go sample collection proved the teams dedication toward a shared objective in spite of being socially distanced and more geographically separated than ever before. Now she and her team are now carefully preparing for the spacecraft's returned to earth and just like any mom. She won't rest easy until cyrus. Rex has returned
Death Toll in Mexico City Subway Collapse Rises to 26
"I'm Julie Walker the death toll from the collapse of an elevated section of the Mexico City metro rose to twenty six Friday after an injured passenger died in the hospital meanwhile more than thirty remained hospitalized demonstrators demanding justice for the victims clash Friday night with riot police attempting to prevent them from getting to the site of the tragedy another group arriving earlier in the day set small altars laid flowers and lit candles the only thing is that I was treated at Castro saying we're asking for justice we comes so that the accident that happened due to a lack of maintenance is not forgotten and to remind authorities all subway facilities need to be maintained Monday night's accident that sent a train car plunging off the overpass was one of the deadliest in the history of the subway and questions quickly arose about the structural integrity authorities are pledging a thorough investigation I'm Julie Walker
"castro" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Castro's Cuban revolution was just a year old Jose Martinez, a pilot with a national airline, found himself in a strange position. Martinez was secretly working for the CIA and was chosen to fly Fidel's brother, Raul Castro. Back from a trip to Europe. Martinez shared this with the CIA's man in Havana American William Murray, who told CIA headquarters According to CIA documents. The response was swift. Tell the pilot to arrange a quote accident to remove Raul Castro, then Cuba's military leader, It was ah plot of opportunism that fell into the CIA's lap. That's Peter Corn Blue. He's with the National Security Archive, a private research group. Now. Time was short. Murray and Martinez discussed options during a car ride to the Havana airport as the pilot prepared to fly the Europe. This was what Murray called an emergency meeting. He only had one opportunity to convey the mission. Martinez raised the possibility of crashing into the Atlantic Ocean. Knowing this would be suicidal. He actually said if I die, will you make sure that my two sons have their college education paid for? The CIA agreed to pay Is Martinez with wheels up in Havana. It wasn't clear what he might do. And shortly after he left CIA headquarter sent updated instructions to the Havana station. Drop the matter. That was problematic. There was now no way to contact the pilot. Let's pause here to note that half baked CIA plots to kill the Castros are well documented part of the larger anti communist crusade at the time. Lillian Gara is head of Cuban studies at the University of Florida. It's like a combination of extreme American paternalism, combined with racism and disdain and contempt for Latin Americans, and so that drives their inability to see things Peter Corn. Blue has researched these schemes for decades when I casually asked how his day was going, he said. I woke up at five o'clock in the morning dreaming of CIA assassination plots and Cuba 1976 Senate report made a brief, tantalizing reference to this first CIA attempt to kill either Castro. But the details were redacted. Then one month ago as Raul Castro prepared to retire corn blue returned to a massive archive of declassified government documents. And found the full story Very few people are aware of the details of this incredible plot against pro Castro really applied that deserves to be known in its entirety. Which brings us back to the pilot, Jose Martinez. So what did he do? Ultimately, he delivered Raul Castro back to Cuba Safe and sound. In a few months later, Martinez defected to the US Surely after this aborted effort, the CIA began work on a much larger operation that also didn't go as planned. The Bay of Pigs break my re NPR news. This is NPR news here on KQED Public Radio. It's 7 19. We have Wednesday morning traffic.
"castro" Discussed on Dictators
"With a more humiliating punishment. Castro paraded them on television. Creating a a spectacle. He offered to return the prisoners to the us in exchange for five hundred tractors. Eventually they were returned for medical supplies. The bay of pigs invasion was an embarrassing farce and an unequivocal disaster. The cia and cuban. Exiles chastised kennedy for not sending in the us military to help in all likelihood. Kennedy's inaction was out of fear of soviet retaliation as it was the bay of pigs invasion was doomed from the start. It was predicated on the mistaken. Belief that castro's regime was weak and only needed a nudge to collapse. The cia had been woefully misinformed. As for castro he came out of the bay of pigs invasion not only unscathed but greatly strengthened the cia an american government had inadvertently injected the castro regime with steroids. By the american goliath castro's prestige and power were enhanced became even more of a legendary hero. Now no one could touch him. Unfortunately this wouldn't be the last time. Fidel castro tengo with the united states. And the next time. Castro dared the american superpower. His gamble would bring the world to the brink of nuclear annihilation. Thanks for listening to dictators next week will chronicle how fidel castro maintained his grip on cuba for nearly fifty years survived the fall of the soviet union and managed to keep the world's strongest nation at bay among the many sources we used. We found fidel castro. A biography by volker scarecrow extremely helpful to our research. You can find all episodes of dictators and all other spotify originals from podcast. Free on spotify. Dictators is a spotify original from park. Cast it is executive. Produced by max cutler. Sound design by brendan hawkins with production. Assistance by ron shapiro carly madden and isabel away. This episode of dictators was written by devon hughes with writing assistance by nora battelle fact checking by adriana romero and research by bradley klein. Dictators stars kate. Leonard and richard rosner..
"castro" Discussed on Dictators
"Are counted that despite such enthusiasm castro had a slight problem. Batista was going around saying that castro was dead. That wouldn't do castro new appearances. Were everything sympathizers would give up hope revolution. If they thought he was dead but if he could show he was still fighting and project confidence in victory he would inspire others to join his cause and also make batista look like a fool so in february nineteen fifty seven castro drafted the first manifesto from the sierra maestra the manifesto urged cubans to fight the regime and disrupt the economy by attacking sugar cane farms putting his money where his mouth was castro range to have his own. Family's plantation burned to the ground coinciding with the publication of the manifesto a reporter from the new york times. Miraculously snuck his way past. Batista's patrols and made it to castro. Castro always want to recognize the importance of propaganda leapt at the opportunity to speak to the press when the times article was published. The regime naturally refused to believe it saying it was all lies. But then a photograph showing castro with the american journalist was also published proving. That castro was very much alive and so was his revolution. You know one two punch with teesta looked like a fool. While castro was hailed a hero still batista had bigger problems than castro with virtually no popular support much of batista's power rested on the back of the us. So when a group of naval officers in san diego's staged a revolt unrelated to castro's revolution. But he employed american military planes to bomb the city killing hundreds of innocent civilians. American generals praised batista. But the us state department was horrified soon. There was a feeling among government officials. That perhaps it was time for batista to go while batista struggle to keep his head above water. Castro was gaining steam. his guerrilla army. The twenty sixth of july movement was growing and they were finally gaining. Some real victories including the capture of the elevator. Garrison in late may much of castro. Success relied on his ability to win over cuba's poor his army redistributed land and livestock after driving out large landowners in the territory. The rebels took over in eastern cuba. He ordered hospitals clinics and schools to be built. But that didn't mean. The revolutionaries hands were free of blood. When castro's inner circle discovered that a local man had accepted a bribe to lead the guerrillas into an ambush. Castro sentenced the man to death according to some reports. Jay personally shot the man in the head. The move was reckless and wasn't isolated. Though castro is making real headway many of batista's proponents remain suspicious of him. He had a reputation for being boorish and having sudden outbursts of anger his companions were seen as immature boys in order to win. Over these moderates castro released a second manifesto in which he made a series of liberal promises among the promises were free elections and land. Redistribution in which landowners would be fairly compensated. The second manifesto managed to put moderates at ease but before any of his promises could be fulfilled. Castro still had to defeat but army and that was no small task in may nineteen fifty eight and annoyed. Batista launched operation fin female or end of fidel. Roughly ten thousand soldiers were tasked to hunt down around five hundred rebels within a month. The army had castro hemmed into around a few square miles and nearly out of food and ammunition. But even now castro refused to back down instead. He launched small-scale ambushes. And quick retreats into the jungle the epitome of guerrilla warfare and highly effective and castro's men also had a few other unexpected advantages. Though there fo- may have seemed insurmountable. There were in fact serious. Cracks in the batista army two thirds were raw recruits with low morale constant guerrilla. Fighting convinced them that the rebel force was far larger than it actually was even worse the. Us finally abandoned batista. Congress was now controlled by a left leaning democratic majority and they were unwilling to ignore the atrocities committed by batista. They pulled out all of the states military aid leaving. The cuban cardio dangerously is elated by august fin day. Fidel had imploded with morale and discipline extinguished the army that had assembled to crush castro simply packed up and walked home. The whirlwind momentum shift was now firmly with the rebels in late december chain and three hundred men captured. Santa clara a large city. In the center of cuba batista's men were so dispirited. That around twenty five hundred soldiers surrendered from then on more of batista. Soldiers would simply lay down their arms rather than fight. They didn't see the point of fighting for a leader who is rapidly falling from grace. Fidel castro could taste the victory. He was less than two hundred miles from the capital of havana and with soldiers waving the white flag. It seemed as if he could easily waltz right in waltz. Right in castro. Did a fear stricken batista's saw the writing was on the wall and refused to wait for the rebels to arrive so on january first. Nineteen fifty. Nine batista resigned as leader of cuba. The next morning he climbed aboard an airplane and flew to the dominican republic in exile. Of course before he left it was revealed that batista's government had embezzled or appropriated over four hundred million dollars worth of cuba's gold and dollar reserves leaving the treasury with some twenty million dollars but that was a problem for another day while batista's spent the beginning of nineteen fifty-nine fleeing for his life. Fidel castro was celebrating with his closest companions and allies among those sipping champagne with him was american actor. Errol flynn by january third. The dust had settled in. The revolution was officially victorious in a speech before two hundred thousand spectators in santiago castro proclaimed the revolution begins now for the first time the republic will really be entirely free but cuba's new leader didn't realize he had one more fo- to face the united states of america coming up the us attempts to overthrow castro at the bay of pigs. 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Phils top Mets 2-1 in bench-clearing, trash-talking opener
"Are there a benches clearing incident said a passed ball highlighted the Phillies to one win over the Mets the benches emptied twice in the eighth inning after Phillies reliever Jose Alvarado jotted Dominic Smith following a strikeout that ended the inning Mets reliever Miguel Castro then chased Reese Hoskins down the line in the bottom of the inning and the benches again empty J. Sanderson went five plus innings it swung and missed a passed ball on a third straight to what to run score New York wasted a good performance by Marcus Stroman who left with a tight hamstring after he struck out eight over five innings I'm the ferry
Sustainable Fashion With Fashion Revolution's Orsola de Castro
"Every april fashion revolution. Week kicks off with the goal of creating a global fashion industry that conserves and restores the environment plus values people over growth in profit. In today's episode. I sit down with or sula. Decastro the founder of fashion revolution to discuss why the movement started and how consumers can work together to make the fashion industry more fair and equitable for all. We also discuss her new book. Love close last. Which is chock full of helpful tips for those of you looking to get into the slow fashioned space by mending and conserving the fashion. You already have. Let's get into it all right so or so. Thank you for joining us today. I have to say this is a great pleasure. I'm so excited to chat with you. I've been a big fan of fashion revolution for quite a long time. And you know for me just getting getting to share this story with our audience alongside getting to chat about your upcoming book. It's such a pleasure sir. Thank you for joining us. Thank you so much for biting waves to be here absolutely so listeners Just to give you a brief background as to why we wanted to have or slot on the podcast. So or sla is You know has been the founder of fashion revolution week for years and truly has inspired thousands of people around the world to really rethink the way that they consume their fashion. So i wonder if you can kind of give us a brief intro of yourself and your background sort of what inspired you to start fashion revolution week and we can kind of get into their sure. So basically am. I started as a designer. Actually my my personal story is a creative one and not one of environmentalism or campaigning or activism. I was a designer. I enjoyed using clothes and fabrics. That were already so in that sense. I was up cycling although a nineteen ninety-seven time up psyching more sustainable fashion. What rating in us and so the longer. I went ahead of my journey as a designer when realized quite how much waste i was particularly. I was working in the in the luxury sector on recuperating from luxury manufacturers initially the more i became concerned with waste and the way that the industry was
Gomes ends Locastro's steal streak, homers, Nats top D'backs
"John Gomes homered had three hits and drove in two runs as the nationals banged out fifteen hits in beating the Diamondbacks six to two and that's a one two straight for the first time this year Eric said he earned his first win allowing one run over five innings while tying a career high with nine strikeouts I feel that I can throw any pitch at any count and it'll be effective I think that when you have that feeling it's you know it's really easy to be competent inspectors on Kyle Schwarber went two for four with an RBI Starlin Castro had two hits and an RBI Trey Turner had three hits while Ryan Zimmerman had a pinch hit home run Kole Calhoun and Eduardo Escobar homered for the Diamondbacks Luke weaver suffered the loss Greg heist Washington
Raul Castro confirms he's resigning, ending long era in Cuba
"Decades long era has ended in Cuba as Raul Castro has resigned as Communist Party chief. The AP is my grass. CIA has more Castro succeeded. His older brother Fidel is president in 2008 and then his head of the party in 2011 Fidel Castro, who died in 2016 lead the revolution that drove up dictator Fulgencio Batista in 1959. No word yet on who will succeed? No word yet? Who? Raul Castro one doors. I should say He's previously indicated that he favors Miguel Diaz Canal who succeeded him as president.
Raul Castro resigns as Communist chief, ending era in Cuba
"Hi Mike Rossio reporting role Castro resigns as Communist Party chief ending an era in Cuba role Castro announced Friday he is resigning as head of Cuba's Communist Party ending more than six decades of his family's leadership the eighty nine year old Castro announced his retirement in a speech at the opening of the eighth Congress of the ruling party role Castro succeeded his older brother Fidel as president in two thousand eight and then as head of the party in twenty eleven but L. Castro who died in twenty sixteen lead the revolution that drove out dictator full hence you about the study in nineteen fifty nine Castro did not say who he will endorse as first secretary of the Communist Party but previously indicated he favors sixty nine year old Miguel Diaz canal who succeeded him as president in twenty eighteen hi Mike Crossey
Complexity Gaming's FIFA All-Star Alan Avi
"Allen Avila AKA Alan Avi from complexity gaming FC Dallas. He's a dog Pro slash Castro content creator in general a look at one of the showman Hey Kevin good to be here. I'm excited to be talking some e Sports specifically some fee for today. Yeah, definitely. Thanks for having me so off top favorite FIFA version go all FIFA version. There's so many I mean I've been playing fevers such a long time ever since the World Cup 1998. I would say be for 17 honestly for several reasons. I like the gameplay and I also like that fever because that's what everything sort of started right on so, I mean not not to say that the other FIFA's aren't as good. Let's be very clear about that. Right? Yeah for sure. There's several pieces that I really do like it was a tough decision. I mean it took a while to think of all the FIFA's I mean 16-15 was a really really good. The thing is though. I mean FIFA changes every single FIFA some people don't believe this but it really does change. Whole lot in terms of the gameplay mechanics what works what doesn't work the way the players move just so many little details that ultimately change the game. So, yeah, it's just it's just interesting people like certain FIFA's While others don't like some FIFA's well forgetting about fever first second, right? You actually were pursuing a career as a professional footballer write soccer player, You literally sustained an injury that stopped you from playing for not stopping employment is kind of stunted that that career path for you a little bit more and So you you're recovering your your home away from from actual soccer for a bit and you start picking up FIFA more and more and that leads you down this path towards becoming I mean what you are now, you're just awesome see from the optional Caster. I mean this reads like an Esports Hallmark movie, right? This is crazy. Exactly. Yeah, so I have a big story a big testimony in the way of how I got here. I never expected it. This all stems back from them. I would have played soccer with FC Dallas not at the virtual pitch. Just yeah in real life. I was part of the academy program development program as a youngster. I would say I was a sophomore in high school. I lived in Midland Texas. That's where I was born and raised and Midland Texas is West Texas is about five hours away from Frisco where FC Dallas is located
"castro" Discussed on Operation Midnight Climax
"Writing. The cia could never figure out how to enact. The plot getting the castro was always the problem then. They discovered soon be in new york city to visit the united nations. The began mulling over. Thallium salts a deadly substance once houston rat poisons. They didn't necessarily want him to ingest it once exposed to his skin to force castro's iconic beard to fall out as though he were sampson and his facial hair gave him his powers. The cia plan to spread the thallium shoes and nightstand at a new york city hotel but the trip was cancelled. There was another idea to construct fountain pen with a deadly tip that one got as far as being given to a cia. Contact named rolando kabila that same day in nineteen sixty three john f. kennedy was assassinated and cuba lost his nerve. The cia looked at castro's habits. He liked to go diving so a scuba suit and breathing apparatus contaminated with tuberculosis and deadly fungus was signed. The cia believed that could offer. The scuba suit has a gift to castro. When negotiating for the release of prisoners in the bay of pigs aftermath when that proved difficult the cia started looking into exploding seashells if the could find one so spectacular so beautiful that castro would have to pick it up then it never happened but the i did eventually find someone to get close enough to castro to expose into the sea as chemical ingenuity. They recruited a woman name. Marita lorenz a lover of castro's who intended to slip poison into his drink. She hid the poison container of cold cream but had trouble fishing it out which made castro suspicious. Castro began questioning her and then handed her a gun to use instead. He told her that no one could kill him and while he wasn't wrong years after the fact a cia agent who kept one of the botulinum toxin cigars brought out of storage to test. Its remaining potency was still lethal even to touch but what god leave. The i learned was that it didn't matter how dangerous weapon was. He didn't have the right person for the job. Maybe all they were missing was george white. A happy and healthy. Castro busied himself allowing the soviet union to build nuclear testing sites in cuba leading to a standoff between the us and russia the flirted with war in one thousand. Nine hundred one. He accused the united states of sabotaging cuba's crops and introducing dengue fever to its population claiming it was biological warfare. He went on to rattle the nerves of eleven. Us presidents reigning for nearly fifty years before old age began to mimic the effects of the cis plans speeches became less coherent. He passed away in two thousand sixteen of what one assumes were natural causes during his life. Casher was not only aware of the cis foiled plots he was by them. He ordered a havana museum to create exhibits. About the failed attempts there cubans could visit and get a tour of the c. i. As inability to eliminate their target. Castro thought they were over six hundred attempts on his life. Roughly thirty by the cia in a nineteen seventy five senate investigation. The cia swore it only been five or six no matter how many.
A Sketch for the Street Cops
"I had a picture in my mind of the doodle. There was a flyer out with him. This is james andrei bowls officer blue suit driving a black and white with my partner. In november of nineteen. Seventy five bowls was just off a short stint in homicide but still on the force and still in touch. Well san francisco outside. You know we thought it was best homicide unit on earth. They were working on the dude alert at that time. And so i talked to everybody who is a very very Topic of discussion. Five people have been killed two more assaulted and now that there was a composite. Sketch felt like only a matter of time until someone found this guy. Like a lot of cops james bulls wanted that someone to be him. I knew what he looked like. And so i was working alone one night and show. I told my lieutenant. I said I'm gonna go look for this this homicide suspect and i don't remember call do. I'm going to go look for this homicide suspect. I'm gonna go down on foot. And see if i can spot them. So i went to eighteenth and castro and i spent the evening. Their bowls walked around in the castro. Trying to envision the dude a black man about six feet tall slight build route twenty years old and matching the composite. Police sketch well about nine thirty. I saw this guy walking down the street and he fit the description fairly well. He was bought the right height build and me looked really heiki. His right arm was straight. It didn't bend at the elbow. And he's wearing a long peacoat bowls jumped into action without another thought. This was his chance.
Los Angeles use-of-force expert testifies in Derek Chauvin trial
"Trade. Turner belts a two run homer for the dance. Starling Castro has a pair of R B I singles. That's trail the Braves 75 in the seventh inning. Stephen Strasburg is slated to pitch the second game today. Men's college basketball Arizona fires coach Sean Miller. He led the Wildcats to seven N C a a tournament and three regional finals in 12 years with the school. The program is currently under N. C a investigation. NHL Capitals Place for Richard Panic on waivers They face Boston tomorrow night. NBA Wizards attempt to end their losing streak at four games. Tonight they visit Orlando. It's seven on 1500 AM Golf. Los Angeles. Authorities say Tiger Woods car was traveling 84 87 miles an hour at the time of his accident earlier this year, and that there were no signs of impairment. Masters tees off tomorrow morning at eight a.m. Check out our preview. It's on the sports page. W t o p. Com Dave Frosting WTLV Sports, Right, Dave.
Astros batter A's 9-2 to complete four-game sweep
"The the Astros Astros dominated dominated the the athletic athletic sweeping sweeping the the four four game game series series and and winning winning the the finality finality nine nine to to two two Houston Houston outscored outscored Oakland Oakland thirty thirty five five to to nine nine in in the the series series Jason Jason Castro Castro Kyle Kyle Tucker Tucker and and Chas Chas McCormick McCormick all all homered homered and and the the Astros Astros are are off off to to their their best best start start since since two two thousand thousand one one Yuli Yuli Gurriel Gurriel added added three three hits hits and and two two RBIs RBIs McCormick McCormick says says they they played played really really well well all all weekend weekend honestly honestly we we discretion discretion from from page page one one to to the the last last page page of of the the whole whole series series but but I I mean mean we're we're we're we're a a great great team team you you know know defense defense offense offense we're we're all all just just click click in in for for these these four four games games D. D. as as a a starter starter phone phone for for for for the the third third time time in in Oakland Oakland history history and and the the minus minus twenty twenty six six run run differential differential is is the the worst worst since since nineteen nineteen fifty fifty when when the the team team was was in in Philadelphia Philadelphia Riley Riley on on Oakland Oakland
US airlines announce upcoming changes
"The news the other day, and in recent days you've noticed the following American Airlines, claiming that it had as high as an 80% load factor on its flights. Number one. That they're announcing. They're gonna unpardonable the rest of their parked airplanes and that most of them will be back in the air. And may we've seen the story that Delta Airlines as of May one, is no longer going to be blocking the center seat, which means they're gonna be selling up to 100% of the capacity of every one of their flights. We've seen. It was let originally by airlines like Frontier and Spirit, Allegiant, Sun country and Southwest about 70 new routes around the country. And all of a sudden in the last 10 days. Here comes Delta and United American Delta, announcing 36 new routes, American Something like 20 and united 26. I mean, what do they know that we don't know? Of course, for the answer that I go to the man who always knows from Forbes. Dan Reed. How are you, sir? I don't know. Thanks a lot, Dan. This concludes our conversation. We should be your only tip your waitresses. Um, no. Uh Hey, Peter, how you doing? Thanks for having me on Yeah. So I mean, how do you figure all this to do? They really see the numbers started not just two inch up, but to start the climb up. Well, you get into the definitional issue there. What's you know how much they're up? But by how much? Department of Tripped a P ECE Castro Transportation Security Administration tells us that on I believe it was 18 days in March. They cleared 1.4 million or more got over 1.5 million a couple days in their passengers for air travelers through their their airport checkpoints. Well, that's great, considering they were down to, you know. 25,000 day at the at the very trough of the, uh of the event last year, um, and hadn't been over, uh, 100 head bit over a man until just not too many weeks ago. It sounds like they're coming back pretty strong. But then you look at the two year ago numbers and they regularly I mean, almost every day. In fact, only one day in March of 2019 did they not have 2.4 million passengers. Air travelers cleared so they've come back some, but they're still a long ways. They're 40% arm or behind where they were two years ago, which is the First comparable non pandemic affected measuring boy now,
The Brazilian Coronavirus Crisis
"Week. I spoke with marcy. Castro about the brazilian coronavirus crisis and more castro is the envelope professor of demography and chair of the department of global health and population at harvard. School of public health mercy. Brazil is now in the midst of current surge that has pushed the national death toll past three hundred thousand last week. Brazil recorded more than three thousand deaths in a single day. it's more than any other country in the world. It's the highest mortality. The country has seen since the pandemic began and hospitals are said to be on the brink of collapse with or ninety percent of covid. Icu beds already full. And almost every state. This is just hard to believe but also the united states has experienced searches as well. So i wanted to start by asking. What exactly is going on in brazil right so what. We're seeing in brazil. Now is a much worst second wave so we had a major surge last year In this second major surges It it's growing at a much faster rates than the first one. We have at least two states in brazil that recorded in two thousand twenty one more cova deaths than all two thousand twenty That's how my zone is in from dona in the state was capital is manaus. That was all over the new where we didn't even just run out of hospital beds. It run out of oxygen. And that's the situation that manage states in brazil are facing now. It's the trach to run out of oxygen but also the necessary drugs to perform into beijing so A few states have already issued guidelines of who should be prioritized to go to a nice you bed so it's that situation. You never wanna face where you basically decide who gets to leave. Who gets to die so some states in brazil. His face are facing
Man Sought By New York Police, Accused Of Threatening Asian Woman In Midtown
"In connection with yet another hate crime incident in Manhattan, Paul de Castro reports and happened Friday. Around four PM on West 40 of Street in Midtown cops. A 65 year old woman was approached by a man yelling anti Asian remarks at her. He then waved an unknown object at her. And fled the scene after seeing her get scared. He was last seen pushing a stroller containing unknown items, and he was wearing glasses and a dark checkered coat. The NYPD hate crimes task force is investigating the incident. Paul de Castro
Gwinnett Police actively searching for double homicide suspect in Metro Atlanta
"Is on for a suspect in a double murder Friday in Gwinnett County. Details from W. A. S. P S. Cheryl Castro. Gwinnett County Police have identified the suspect as 24 year old William Adams. Corporal Colin Flynn says Adams is accused in the shooting deaths of a woman and a teenager in a flower. Ranch home. An officer's first arrived on the scene. They located two victims suffering from gunshot wounds. Those victims included a 40 year old female and her 16 year old son. The woman is believed to have been Adam's girlfriend, Crimestoppers is offering a $2000 reward for tips leading to an arrest.
Gwinnett police searching for suspect in double homicide near Flowery Branch, Atlanta
"Is on for a suspect in a double murder Friday in Gwinnett County. Details from W. A. S. P S. Cheryl Castro. Gwinnett County Police have identified the suspect as 24 year old William Adams. Corporal Colin Flynn says Adams is accused in the shooting deaths of a woman and a teenager in a flower. Ranch home. An officer's first arrived on the scene. They located two victims suffering from gunshot wounds. Those victims included a 40 year old female and her 16 year old son. The woman is believed to have been Adam's girlfriend, Crimestoppers is offering a $2000 reward for tips leading to an arrest.
"castro" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"Surgery Castro do you think that vote I mean you you probably know some of these people. So, do you think that that vote is going to happen before the election Do you think it will happen in the lame duck session if there if so happens that we have a new president what do you think is going to happen with this vote I mean This already has turned into You know the most political process that we could have imagined mostly because it's another example of the hypocrisy of Mitch McConnell and these Republicans. Because everybody remembers last time what they said Barack Obama pointed Merrick Garland during that during two thousand sixteen few months before the election I think it was about two hundred and forty days before the election. From. Mitch McConnell the Ted Cruz to any number of Republican senators said, no no. No you can't do that. When we have an election coming up in just a few months, we should wait for the American people to have their say in that election and then let that president that's elected. Make the nomination because of that they held up Mark Merrick Garland. Basically ripped off seat from President Obama. Now. They've completely changed her tune and they wanNA give trump his nominee and not only that they wanna do it ace APP. It's total hypocrisy hypocrisy. Of the system. Yeah. I, mean it's an abuse of the system under a constitution it's playing games but here's the thing. The problem is we got all of these politics. We got them playing games abusing the system and the stakes are. One week after the election on November tenth. The Supreme Court. Is GonNa hear the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act? I whether it's constitutional and they're going to rule on that in June. Tens of millions of people could lose their health insurance because these folks WanNa, stack the deck. To do right wing things and they're doing it with such hypocrisy. It's amazing and I'm I'm happy that. That the Democrats are pushing back as hard as they can on this because I think he would be the wrong thing to do and if. They continue to abuse the system like this. Then I agree with some people that have called for structural reforms to make sure that this doesn't happen again it's well, it's first of all I re listened to the Mitch McConnell clip where he was like basically like Merrick garland there will be no vote on Merrick garland because he made this like impassioned speech about why it was inappropriate. And it's I mean my blood boil because he's such a great actor and I think that's what's really frustrating is he's in the wrong profession. He really should use those skills to get an Oscar you know what? I mean and not to ruin democracy. So I really think Mitch McConnell has been misguided just in his life choices in that way. Lou, what do you feel is is GonNa Happen I'm really hurt that you guys are really ragging on my boy Mitch. Upright. I. WAS ALWAYS HONEST I've never seen him do things for his own purposes. I mean I I've never seen it. I've read it. and I've heard it and I look away because. He's so that it looks like is. I I think it's I mean he is who he is and. I think like he really showed exactly I. Mean I think everyone knew he was going to go through with it I. Don't think anyone was like a will maybe help know everyone was just like, yeah. Because especially, a huge focus of has has been just. Flooding the judiciary with conservative. ideologues I mean. He's been doing that in the circuit courts Yeah. That's been a huge focus. And that impacts. So much of what's going on like having that impact in the Supreme Court. Will. Say One thing he's no dummy. Like he has a plan. And then the other frustrating thing Lou is not only that he's dummy but also you know he's within his constitutional rights, right? Like they're nowhere does it say in the Constitution that you can't? have another. Vote. So the question WanNa ask. Is the question on everybody's mind, which is court packing. How possible. So let's say I. Mean. So many things have to go a certain direction for quarterbacking to even be a question and but let's say they do. You know someone they bring on someone. WHO's there's the leading figures Amy Barrett what's her name oh? My God I'm blanking on her name and I did not write it down. But the leading person that they're one of the leading person on the pack to become justice a Supreme Court is amy conybeare there it is amy conybeare it and. They. You know she's really conservative. She said some things you know anti row. Say, the Supreme Court doesn't factor become a six to three leading conservative court. Let's Biden wins the election. Let's say the Senate is controlled by Democrats. Let's say we can pack the court. Secretary Cash. You think that's a good idea. We'll look I've said that I think for a lot of us. That wasn't our first preference, right? But that issue is that Mitch McConnell now has abused. This system under the constitution. With flagrant hypocrisy and that the stakes because of that abuse, the stakes are the tens of millions of people may lose their healthcare that. A women may long no longer have reproductive freedom in this country. That the voting, Rights Act will likely get eviscerated. When those are the stakes and those are the stakes because of an abuse of the system. Then yeah. I think the Democrats should consider how you ameliorate.
"castro" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast
"My journey as a songwriter. I think it's been kind of difficult to be honest in songs you know and to take something from your bedroom more from voice note to really recording it and putting it out into the world so. I know how tough it can be to be a songwriter. Then you also learned that there isn't much to learn you just have to speak from the heart. You have to be honest with yourself in your riding. My sound is so many things it's arm be at the core but it's so many other things and you know I. It's definitely emotional sometimes. It's electric sometimes warm. I don't know if it's just one thing. It's it's everything what makes a great song a great melody. You know something. That's unforgettable and unforgettable melody and I think the truth you know something that you know everybody has has felt or gone through or can relate to. I think those things make a great sal. I feel really hard when I hear a song that reminds me of a moment or memory or that reminds me of something. I feel most of like the purple rain album. Made me feel so much you know Dangelo. Those are some of my favorites Alicia keys of Lauryn hill songs in the key of life. All those albums or like my favorite these albums play over and over again. It never gets old and I always feel like I don't know what it is. That feeling is when you hear a great song but I get it from all those albums. Songwriters are so important you know. They don't get enough recognition. But you know for a lot of artists. They make the art senior. They make they make a lot of people. Feel something and you would never know that. It's the person writing like I feel like a lot of songwriters. Artists have written so many songs in and you see them walking down the street and you would never think like he wrote you. Know wrecking ball or songs that we we've known our whole lives. They don't get enough recognition. The experience of being at saw land is much more special because people get to see behind the scenes of what happens in writing sessions. It's like you're literally watching a writing session happen. And that's very rare. You know that doesn't just happen. People don't get to sit in on sessions people writing hit songs. The energy here is is so free. And it's so fun and it's like there aren't any rules but to just make a great song that's really why being here. I love Ester she's so dope she's created so many hits. Somebody songs that I still play. That are still in my playlist. And she's just a cool person like she's a great energy and and I think that's why she so successful at what she does because she loves it Shane on my Gosh you know. National is one of my favorite places to right and he has so much of that Nashville him. That just makes me so anxious to get in the studio with him. He's just so warm in his writing is incredible like he has written so many songs that I love and I know he knows about storytelling like he's really about storytelling. And that's that's my way of writing. Just picking up a guitar and being able to talk it out right. I Fan girled when I walked in. Because I'm such a huge Ryan Fan like I'm a huge Ryan Fan. I told him his voice has always affected me like I love his voice so much so the fact that I got to work with him on the show was like it was kind of a dream. Come true it was. It was kind of like a a vision board thing because I'm such a big Fan. That was the amazing her. So now we're going to hear from the winning writer. Rick Kill Castro and her journey as a writer and how she created her winning.
"castro" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Sound good on hire. Mr. Style. We're talking about this insanity. Can I say first of all let me come? I think she was talking about my plan. Not Yours I think we were talking about math in a dozen takes two hours. Let's talk about what about we math? Let's talk about come out okay. So here's the thing. Here's the math. Adding is what will happen. Sanders is senator. Sanders is my turn. This walking you helps a lot. Doesn't it says Joe Biden as he only thing he says here is trump's tweet crazy chaotic democrat debate last night. Fake News said Biden. Did well even though he said. Half of our population reshot the debt. That's true I'll play. That later would be over for most. That would be the end of it for most people. These mini Mike was weakened unsteady but helped greatly by many commercials which are not supposed to be allowed during a debate. Pocahontas was mean and undisciplined. Mostly aiming at crazy Bernie and many Mike. They don't know how to handle her but I know she chucker he says I think he must mean choker unless he's some Yiddish word. That I don't know style was a disaster. Who along with many are setting? Records in dollars per vote. Just give me an opponent. He's he's got it. He has got it. Bernie in the lead because there is a substantial number of people who are disaffected from what's going on and nobody's listening to them in the mainstream but he's also in the lead because they don't have anyone to oppose them and that's what the debate was about last night. It was about the fact that they you know people say well if they would just if they would just clear the Middle Lane. They would just do this if they would just do that. Who Who Biden is so all the can't put an English sentence together. You know Bloomberg is really screwed himself warns plans don't work they don't have anybody to stand as someone who just steps out can stand up to Bernie Sanders. You're not it's drew. It's not that the country has gone socialist. It is that he's the only person who understands that he is speaking for those people who feel left out all right. So let's take a look at the debate. Let's take a closer look at the actual. What was going. You know Margaret Brennan. I think is CBS. They had gayle king big time Democrat donor moderator and they had Nuoro Donald big time. Democrats reporter Margaret Brennan One day at. Cbs somebody. Cbs is going wait a minute. There's someone doing journalism on our television station. And they're going to get Margaret Brennan. She's the only person who actually ask tough questions of everybody. I want to start deepen the debate where she finally got around somebody. Finally I mean if Brennan hadn't been there nobody would have done this. I don't think finally got around to asking Bernie. About the fact that he has sucked up the every communist iron in the world and has now been caught praising. Castro not caught we did on sixty minutes praising Castro this murderous tyrant for his literacy program when he's going into his you know there's a swing state Florida where a lot of those people know exactly. Castro is an art impressed. This cut number twenty. You've praised the Chinese Communist Party for lifting more people out of extreme poverty than any other country. You also have a track record of expressing sympathy for socialist governments in Cuba and in Nicaragua. Can Americans trust that? A democratic socialist president will not give Authoritarians a free pass.
"castro" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Remember the Cold War I have an attitude towards Castro Castro and the in the race and won the Cold War secu she's in Central Park and I might have been one of the ones and certain other people would be there so I took the other side he supports over these years I don't know what he means by social is it an trump is set to unveil his twenty twenty one budget request today the nearly five trillion dollar budget would increase military spending while cutting Medicare and Medicaid it seeks to billion dollars for construction of trump's border wall and slashes EPA spending by twenty six percent actually this is reporting trouble also request nearly fifty million dollars for nuclear weapons programs experts and democratic lawmakers warning increasing the nuclear stockpile will increase the likelihood of nuclear war and defy international agreements the US military said two US soldiers were killed and another injured in Afghanistan's Nangarhar province Saturday after a gunman opened fire on the soldiers and Afghan soldier was also killed in the attack this comes as the U. S. and the Taliban are in the midst of ongoing peace negotiations the last round of talks between the two parties was killed off by president trump last September after a car bomb killed a US soldier is it a truck fire two key witnesses from the house impeachment proceedings Friday the national security council's lieutenant colonel Alexander van men and U. S. ambassador to the European Union Gordon's online I trump adviser said the move was intended to send a message to anyone considering opposing tron residents of the northeastern Thai city of Nakhon Ratchasima are grieving after Thailand suffered its worst mass shooting Saturday a soldier killed at least twenty nine people and injured scores more during a sixteen hour rampage the gunman began a shooting spree in a military base before taking to the streets and attacking shoppers at a mall he was eventually shot and killed after shootout with Thai forces the shooter posted videos of the attack on Facebook live the videos on his account were later removed in Brazil the hit man suspected of being involved in the assassination of Rio de Janeiro council member Maria LA Franco has been killed by police sentry on no debt no but I got was an ex special forces police captain had close ties to the family of Purcell's far right presidential your ball Senado it was believed no but I got held key information about Franco's murder Maria Franco what is a vocal black LGBTQ rights activist long time critic of police brutality the thermostat hit sixty five degrees in Antarctica last Thursday it's hard to stay on record the Antarctic is one of the fastest warming parts of the planet two thousand nineteen was the second hottest year ever recorded and the last decade was the hottest on record back in the United States eleven climate activists from extinction rebellion were arrested Friday is the group stage to Diane and occupied the office says the New York state comptroller to call attention to the climate crisis the activists are demanding New York divest pensions from fossil fuel investments for keeps thirteen billion dollars and Exxon and other fossil fuel companies and it contributes to the destruction.
"castro" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"As it was when cashier was office. But but like it's still there and it's a it's a tourist spot to five thousand people at one ice cream parlor. Inundate people like Santa Line for hours to get to go against this place cappella so good news but as always. There's there's always bad times. Civil Liberties were being whittled away as Labor. The unions lost the right to strike independent newspapers. Were shut down and religious institutions were harassed Castro removed opposition to his rule through executions and imprisonments as well as through forced emmigration though there are no exact numbers the Cuba archive estimates that tens of thousands were murdered with a documented fifty six hundred killed by firing squads alone even more Cubans were killed by state forces when they tried to flee the country which occurred during the nineteen eighty Kanamori river massacre where fifty six were assassinated by the Cuban government Vermont on July six nine hundred eighty attempting to flee Cuba. That's my day stain. The kenmare river masks on. Oh Oh also the tugboat massacre of one thousand nine hundred four. So the nineteen ninety. Four incident happened during the early morning of July thirteenth. Nineteen ninety four when a stolen tugboat. The full civilians attempted to escape the Bay of Havana. The tugboat was a state. Owned boat. Called the What's thirteen in Spanish? GSA trace okay. Thank you Marzo or the March thirteenth. That was the name of the ball at thirteenth of March. Was the name of the boat so just a few mas off the coast. The march thirteenth was rammed by four other boats that had pursued it out of the harbor. Both civilians and crew were swept off the decks by jets of water that were fired from the other boats. In once the march thirteenth had sank. The survivors weren't offered any immediate aid. So only when like a Greek boat accidentally stumbled upon the scene did Did Anybody Buddy attempt to rescue those. who were still afloat in the water? So I'd have a total of the seventy two people on board. Who are just trying to escape in this? Like old ricky tugboat at least thirty seven died including including a dozen children and being very sad. That's awful let them leave. Yeah let him believe doing you any harm cheese. During Castro's searle hundreds of thousands of Cubans fled the country generally settling just across the Florida Straits in Miami. It's the largest exodus happened in nineteen eighty when Castro open up the port of Memory L. to to allow exiled Cubans living in Miami to come claim their relatives upon their arrival. Castro also loaded the ships with Cuban prison inmates and mentally ill people oh mine sent them then back to so he was like. Oh you left your grandma. Euro Bela here. You can come and get her and then you're like okay. I love my boy. I'M GONNA go pick her backup and Havana. Then then. By the way you have to take all of these murderers yeah here you go take these murderers with you. Oh my God in all Paul. Nearly one hundred twenty thousand Cubans left their homeland in nineteen eighty alone to find sanctuary. I S holy cow. Although there's no official show Count Castro is believed to fathered at least nine children so again with his first wife he is on a fee delicto. Who actually committed suicide in February burri? Twenty eighteen after a battle with depression But Castro and his second wife Dalia Savelli had five more sons and he also had three other children from three separate women in a two thousand. Eight documentary claim that the Cuban leader slept with at least two women a day for forty years. Sometimes a third one came in after dinner so two to three women every day for forty years. Yes doesn't seem possible. He CODA use that time to work you. You know all the time you save shaving. He was actually saving that he was banking. That time. As as you banging yes a former catcher official said quote. I don't think he would have stayed on for as long as he did. If got all the incredible women he had access to as President Senate Barth. Yeah Yeah So. After the nine hundred ninety one collapse of the Soviet the Union sent Cuba's economy into a Tailspin Castro's revolution began to lose momentum out without cheap oil imports. An eager Soviet market for Cuban sugar and other goods Cuban unemployment and inflation grew the contraction of the Cuban economy resulted in eighty five percent of its markets disappearing. Oh my God they were relying heavily on the USSR. Oh my gosh show. Cashew remained adapted keeping control the government during dire economic times He pressed the US to lift their economic embargo but it refused. Like you've been a jerk shots thirty year. Yeah like I duNNo. Cash showed then adopted a quasi free market economy and encourage international investment. He also legalized the US dollar and encouraged limited tourism In in one thousand nine hundred sixty visited the United States to invite Cuban exiles living there to return to Cuba to start business. Okay okay like if people are going to be like Oh okay. They're coming coming back. Raft opened a restaurant. He's in two thousand one. After massive damage was caused to Cuba by Hurricane Michelle cash showed declined. US humanitarian aid but proposed a one time cash purchase of food from the United States. President George W Bush's administration agreed and authorized the shipment with the fuel supply running dangerously low. Castro ordered one hundred eighteen factories to be close and sent thousands of Cuban doctors to Venezuela in exchange for oil imports.
"castro" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Guy. The and much like Lauren Astra forgiveness for her Spanish pronunciations. With her Italian talion accent. I will be asking for forgiveness for my spinach pronunciations. With my Frenchaccent. I can't wait to hear it. Actually I don't think I've ever heard any French words with a Spanish Accent while you're here. We go great excited. Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz was born on August thirteenth. Nineteen twenty six near beat on in in Cuba's eastern Oriente province. So he was the third of six children. I'm he had two brothers Rahul and Roman all of whom you may have heard and three sisters Angela Augustina. I don't know it. They're spelled like that. No I love your like Angela. uh-huh from the Chicago so his father's name was on hell. He was a wealthy sugar plantation. Asian owner who did most of his business with the American owned United Fruit Company. His mother had been a made to unhealth first wife time of Fidel's birth uh-huh scandal And by the time Fidel was fifteen. His father dissolved his first marriage with his first wife and was in married his mother at age. Seventeen Fidel was formally recognized by his father took that long for his father to be like yes. This is my son and his name was his. Last name was changed from ruse to Castro. So Fidel grew up in wealthy circumstances actually among amid the poverty of Cuba and he was educated in private Jesuit boarding schools. I'm from an early age. Castro showed he was intellectually gifted but was also a little bit of a troublemaker. I'm he was often more interested in sports than studies He attended Clay Hill the lawless in Santiago Cuba and then L. Klay. He'll the Belen in Havana where he was a pitcher for the school's baseball team and he also played basketball and ran track. I'm so how we've talked about like what if Stalin had stayed on whether man academy like what if Hitler had been accepted art school. And there's a similar legend that Castro was scouted by or tried out as a pitcher for the Washington senators in the nineteen forties Mike but was rejected. However there is no actual evidence that he ever had a tryout with Eddie American baseball so later on people tried to use this rumor to attribute Castro's anti-americanism to his bitter disappointment? Failing at a baseball tryout is that seems to be an urban legend but think about the alternate universe where Hitler was an incredible famous artists. Like ooh I haven't had had eight off Hitler in my house. I wonder how much it's worth or like the most famous weather man in Russia. Joe's Uncle Joe Stalin on and Fidel Castro. The the starting pitcher for the senators. He was so cut one. Three world series is up just turned everything around for the real real real alternate timeline. Yeah for sure crazy alternate time line just thought experiment so after Castro graduated from college. wjr Or Klay Hyo as they say in late nineteen forty five. He entered law school at the University of Vienna and he became immersed in the climate of Cuban nationalism. I'm into you. Imperialism and socialism by nineteen eighty-seven cashiered become increasingly passionate about social justice and he traveled to the Dominican Republic to join an expedition attempting to overthrow of the country's dictator Rafael Trujillo. Although the coup failed before it got started the incident still kept Castro's passion for reform alive and he traveled to Bogota Talk Columbia the following year to participate in the anti-government rioting that was their Castro also joined the Partido or tobacco an anticommunist political party founded to reform government in Cuba. It's founder Cuban presidential candidate Eduardo. Sheba's lost the nineteen forty eight election but inspired Castro to become like a big disciple of his He pledged to expose the government's corruption and warned the people about General Fu hence you'll Batista who is plotting a return to power He was the president from nineteen forty. Forty two nineteen forty four in Cuba however she bosses efforts were cut short. After his supposed- allies refused to provide evidence of government wrongdoing and in August nineteen fifty one one Sheba's who did a weekly radio broadcast. He shot himself on Air W-WHAT's trauma. Oh my God I thank God it was radio and TV so this was like Castro's like friend and his mentor. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. So in. Nineteen forty eight years prior to two she. Boss's demise cash remarried Mutai Diaz Balart who is from a wealthy political family in Cuba. They had one child also named Fidel. They nickname him. Missile delicto meaning little Fidel in nineteen. Forty nine so the marriage showed Castro wealthier lifestyle and gave him improved political connections around the same time he developed developed interest in the work of Karl Marx. Hey and became intent on running for a seat in the Cuban Congress in March nineteen fifty to a coup led by General Full Hensel Batista successfully overthrew. The government in the upcoming election was cancelled leaving astro without a legitimate political platform and little income with which to support his family. So Batista's back in office. He set himself up as dictator and solidified his power with the military in Cuba's economic elite and the AD is government recognized by at the United States so cash oh and fellow members of the Party. To- Orthodox organized a group that they called the movement and they planned an insurrection. Oh on July twenty six nineteen fifty-three Castro and about one hundred fifty. Supporters attacked the Moncada military barracks outside of Saint Jago to Cuba in an attempt to overthrow. Throw Batista the attack failed and Casher was captured and tried and convicted and sentenced to fifteen years in prison and his brother Rahul was also among those imprison but while incarcerated Castro got his group together he renamed his group the Twenty Sixth of July movement and they continued to coordinate their activities through correspondence respondents in while in prison he and his fellow prisoners were ultimately released in nineteen fifty five under an amnesty deal with the Batista government and he traveled with reinhold Mexico where they continued can you to plan the revolution around the time his wife Michelle left him and like jetted the hell out of there and went to Spain. What about feed the League? I think they left there was still in Cuba assuming fidel had some family members they pro but his wife she empty right off so cashiers in Mexico. He met with other Cuban exiles as well as the Argentinian rebel Ernest Stowe Che Guevara. Hey who believed that. The plate of Latin America's poor could be fixed only through violent revolution curly so Guevarra join castres group and became an important confidante and helped to shape Castro's astros political beliefs on December second nineteen fifty-six. Castro returned to Cuba aboard the boat. Granma I'm sorry. Yeah like Alah Ella. Grandma Grandma G. R. A. N. M. A. is the name of the boat. They run He had about eighty insurgents with them and they had a bunch of weapons and they were near. The eastern city have Manzanillo Batista's forces this who they were attacking Batista's forces killed or captured most of their attackers but Castro as well as his brother Rahul who CHECA Vara and a handful of others were able to escape into the Sierra May Straw mountain range along the island's southern coast so over the next two years Castro's steadily readily growing forces waged a guerrilla war against the Batista Government. My God so they were pouring out of the mountainous jungle. Yeah like yeah attacking their guys. They're on the grandma. They tact group but teases group killed most of them and and then the guys that live like hidden in the woods and manage to like gather support because they were like this was bad where yeah so they so so they basically spend the next two years like growing forces and they organized resistance groups in cities and small towns across Cuba. Cashew was also able to organize is apparently well government. He's able to carry out agrarian reform and controlled provinces with agricultural and manufactured production. While hiding out. So it's kind of like the Cosa Nostra like he was kind of running like a parallel like system. Like a protectorate system in a way Hey So enough people didn't like Batista then they were like well. The guy in the woods is while we've got some good ideas. The guy in the woods has some great ideas so beginning in Nineteen fifty-eight Castro. His forces mounted a series of successful military campaigns to capture and hold key areas throughout Cuba. I'm so combined. With a loss of popular support and massive desertions in his military Batista's government finally collapsed. Under Castro's efforts in January nineteen fifty nine Batista himself fled to the Dominican Republic. So at the age of thirty two. What Astra successfully concluded his guerrilla campaign to take control of Cuba man? What have I been been doing? It really makes you so. According to Encyclopedia Britannica cash was celebrated as a hero for toppling Batista's authoritarian Tehran regime. Okay Yeah Ed Sullivan. The host of America's. TV's most popular really big variety. She flew to Cuba to tape an interview with Castro on January Eleventh Nineteen fifty-nine where surrounded by about one hundred armed men Ed Sullivan talked with Castro. whom he likened to George Washington he called cash show a fine young man which were the same adjectives he also had used to describe Elvis Presley And later that day in Havana Castro taped an appearance for the team. News program face the nation and he also talked with a few other famous. Talk show host and newscaster so Castro. who had yet to declare himself a Marxist said that he thought the American people were quote? Nice Oh oh thanks so he he did all the stuff and he kinda authoritarian regime and everyone was like great job may are young guy. Hi Great Job. Oh boy so here we go. Provisional government was quickly created then with Manuel Unwell installed as president and Jose Meteo Cardona as prime minister and that quickly gained the recognition of the United States and cash show himself arrived in Havana to cheering. Crowds and assume the post of commander in chief of the military in February nineteen fifty-nine mirrow suddenly resigned and Castro was then sworn in as Cuba's Cuba's prime minister and meanwhile hundreds of members of Batista's government were tried and executed so Castro implemented far reaching reforms by nationalizing factories and plantations -tations in an attempt to end. US economic dominance on the island among these reforms it was announced that the new government would based compensation to foreign companies on low property values that the companies. He's had negotiated with the previous Cuban governments in order to keep their taxes low so basically like the American factories came in there. Like what super cheap to build here. So they said well. You're not going to actually make a lot of money off of that because you bought that property for super cheap like trying to trick us. So American companies ended up feeling the negative effects of these measures ocean that led to a significant strain in relations between Cuba and the US. During this time Castro repeatedly denied being a communist but too many Americans has policies closely resembled the Soviet style control of both the economy and government in April nineteen fifty-nine Castro and a delegation visited the US as guests of the National Press Club Cash show hired a public relations firm to help promote his tour but at the time president. Dwight Eisenhower refused. He used a meeting with him in. May that year cash assigned the First Agrarian Reform Act which limited the size of land holdings and forbade foreign property ownership. Oh so even if you have if you were a foreign Foreign country that owned property on Cuba like nope not anymore. Wow yes yeah. So on that surface the intent was to develop a class of independent farmers but in reality that program led to St Louis in control with farmers becoming government. Employees sure. Yeah Yeah and by the end of Nineteen fifty-nine Castro's revolution had become radicalized with purges of military and government leaders including the president who Toria and the suppression of medical of any media. Critical of Castro's policies his government also began establishing relations with the Soviet the Union horse the. US are sent more than one hundred Spanish. Speaking advisors to help organize Cuba's defense committee.
"castro" Discussed on On One with Angela Rye
"And everything doc? Hello everyone thank you so much for being with US tonight. It is my honor pledge to be on my own roads at Twenty Twenty Wendy. I'm no this is not a presidential announcement but throughout the course of this election so far has been so important to me. There were able to have have conversations with people who are ready for our boats and really needs to answer questions about issues that we find most important to us. Some of those was there. There are tons of commonalities throughout the country on issues that we care most about some of them are diverging. That's okay so tonight year in Atlanta Georgia it is matt honor in Ribcage to welcome someone who I've been a fan of for a really long time. Well as he runs for the presidency for twenty twenty he has served Our first in only black President Barack Obama as the Secretary Secretary of Hud Housing and Urban Development and he announced his campaign. I'm in it's focused on issues near and dear to the hearts of so many of us of me also has a twin twin brother that we might talk about a little bit tonight but it is my honor and privilege to introduce to some of you and welcome to so many more Secretary who Leon Dan stroke okay. So we're GONNA get right to it. Oh Fox News came to see US Secretary Castro. Look at that Fox News yes remember number. The facts okay. Remember the facts. Remember if you'll be nice and if they're not I will have the ball and run that thing back so we're going to a jump right in For those of you follow the podcast. You know that I do a little ice-breaking rounds and it is a rapid response round. Are you ready ready ready okay. The first one misses the just a preference question Latino or green tea Hi Hate Green tea so okay Breakfast potatoes are grits breakfast potatoes. Lattes get him out. Yeah Ya don't came out yet all right candy yams Mac and cheese candied yams I right you just you just got your card back. You just got to make sure that you can eat that. We are watching watching for a negative bringing you in living color or martin in living color launched so many people's career so many people's careers so much talent on the stage. Okay this might be easy. When Atlanta or Savannah you would think this would be easy right then is very charming so but Atlanta Lanta because it has it has it all down almost kicked us both after that all right greatest rapper of all time? The puck rediscover some big events out here real pissed off okay And now I WANNA do word association word that comes to mind with Andrew Gaze thousand dollars free. That's three words but I'm GonNa go with that. You are on message. Melania trump quiet is investors democratic primaries fractured Stacey Abrams okay. Dreamers aspiring Joaquin Castro. Aw Good Looking Guy Guy Guy looks good. Even with that Beard Day knows my next Kosei Astros beard. You trending today. If you haven't noticed all right my last one is reproductive rights and access. Everybody needs okay. You made it through. The okay walks. News is already trying served on okay so one of the things I WANNA get into. We talked on the democratic the primary and rapid round. What right what Democratic candidates right now are you the closest person I've had Good conversations with Really mostly with three people with Gory both went to Stanford Stanford grads here. Angry reciting With Kamala. We've talked on the phone. A couple times was any every time with each other and then with Elizabeth Warren Ohio so I probably talked to warn the most but really what those three and had a good relationship relationships have a good relationship with everybody. I mean they're sixteen other people in right now but those are the people that I've talked about. And when you think about aww candidates in the field right now that you disagree with the most whom you disagree with the most not personally on policy like I don't see there's Too lex light between our physicians probably different for the issues. Obviously on the debate stage made clear by disagreements with Vice President Present Biden on immigration and on healthcare I've also expressed disagreement with Mayor Buddha judge on something so just different for you know I think did Andrew. Yang's approach is a clever approach has some recommended but I don't agree with saying that you're just GonNa get a thousand dollars but we're going to take away any kind of other programs that people can access. Because I don't think so you know there are things that I agree with and things I disagree with that folks said since you brought up Vice President Biden You had a moment to debatable. And I'm interested to hear your broker remember it. I remember it. I wasn't questioning your recollection Speaking of what happened is the Betas challenge on. You remembered winning just two minutes when you think about that vomited there anything about it that you know I know but they were suggesting but in the moment when you're up they're debating responding very quickly and what I was responding to was that he denied that he said That people some people would have to buy hi into his plan and so that was kind of my reflexive response. You know it's interesting to me that if my response had been you know somebody else on that stage aged to corey or Tacoma Lord anybody. I don't think that the media would have run when dat in the same way and I wasn't intending to make the claim that the media went with. But what I saw that night was the what happens when a narrative takes hole and then it just it just goes fire and so I mean it in fact to me one of the interesting things was that whether it was the rude or another a number of other minority publications journalists of color actually gave that moment or more full rendering right but the MSNBC's the world CNN's of the world The New York Times and so forth. There was one narrative in and said I had attacked on his age which that was not letting so so then would you say you're not in just of course you have made it very clear the whole time right. I think it's not your age each necessarily and it's not even your experience necessarily it is the most important thing I really think somebody's judgment. Somebody can be eighty eighty years old and have great judgment and wisdom. Somebody can be forty years old and APP great judgement and from voters. I think it's about identifying edifying. What is the judgment that people have shown? And that's what the whole process is about getting out if I were just you know when I vote. Vote for somebody right. That's what I WANNA know. Like what is their judgment in. What is their vision for the future? When you think about the fact that we're sitting here Orlando? There is another debate. Small It's when Tyler Perry studios you didn't follow by which has to be immensely frustrating of the place a supreme value on the voice and the most of people's on your Atlanta. And I I do want to give you just the moment if you've had an opening statement tomorrow could you give that opening statements in ninety seconds. I would say that That this election is all about the future of our country and how we're going in a move from a president who has tried his hardest to divide us to one who's GonNa try and unite us from the president that wants.
"castro" Discussed on Hostage
"This is hostage podcast original every week we tell the stories behind the most captivating hostage situations and the people inside them and we'll also cover these psychological logical tactics used in kidnapping situations and with the human brain does win held captive. Blanco Corduroy you can find episodes of hostage stage and all other podcasts originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream hostage for free on spotify just open the APP and and type hostage in the search bar par cast. We are grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook okay and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network and if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help this is the first of two episodes chronicling how kidnapper and Abuser Ariel Castro abducted imprisoned and sexually assaulted three women for over a decade in Cleveland Ohio Ariel Castro's IOS victims survived unspeakable torture in aborted up house at twenty two o seven Seymour Avenue the women endured starvation multiple pregnancies pregnancies and the uncertainty of whether or not they would live to see their families again in today's episode we covered the struggles of Michelle Knight's Reid's Childhood and early adulthood which set the stage for her kidnapping. We'll also delve into Ariel Castro's formative years in Puerto Rico and and into his history of abuse toward his wife Granada Figueroa and their four children next week will delve into the lives of Castro's other two victims Amanda Berry and Gina dejesus Born on July tenth nineteen sixty Ariel Castro was the youngest on this son of Pedro Castro in Lillian Rodriguez. The Castro family had lived in a small village outside of Yoko Puerto Rico for years accumulating land land which they passed down through generations but despite this inherited property the Castros existed in near squalor without electricity running water during aerials early childhood his father Pedro had harbored a long standing affair with a young neighbor ultimately Midgley this affair resulted in four other children and Lillian soon discovered Pedro's other family upon Confronting Pedro Pedro declared to Lillian that he was leaving her and their children for good he immediately moved out of the home and in with a young woman and his four other children hurt and dejected Lillian Divorced Pedro soon after she immigrated to Pennsylvania leaving four year old aerial all in his three siblings in Puerto Rico aerial would later right. I was abandoned by my father and later by mother. My grandma raised me. According to interviews with Ariel Castro he was raised with very little adult supervision he claimed to have been subjected to sexual abuse at the hands ends of another boy and nine year old family friend when he was just five years old years later when asked about his abuse in why he never spoke spoke to anyone about it he confessed in an eerily prophetic way stating people who are abused keep quiet so I did two years after leaving Puerto Rico Lillian sent for her four children and in one thousand nine hundred sixty six at six years old aerial move to the united it states almost as soon as they arrived. Lillian started verbally and physically abusing her kids daily using her open hand belts and even sticks to discipline them aerial once told a psychiatrist that he would often ask God for her to die however however during his abuse area would come to find comfort in music one fateful Christmas areas uncle Julio Castro or sexy he came to visit the family with presence for his nephews he gifted aerial little guitar and areas love for music blossomed he he would regularly entertain the Castros at family gatherings and it was evident to his uncle. That Ariel had a gift his talent for playing the bass came naturally in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight when Ariel was eight years old. His father moved his new family to Cleveland for a fresh start in America he was soon enjoined by two of his brothers and the family opened a handful of small businesses including a used car lot a grocery store and even Latino record shop the Castro brothers flourished in Cleveland with their entrepreneurial pursuits and soon pedro. Se reestablished the preeminence of the Castro Astro family name that they once enjoyed in Puerto Rico despite the bad blood between aerials parents in nineteen seventy aerials mother Lillian can also relocated her family to Cleveland in one thousand nine hundred seventy six sixteen year-old Ariel attended Lincoln West High School and thrived. He was a popular well liked student and soon he joined his first. Latin band called Los Tainos as the Bass player after graduating high school. Ariel began playing around the city and earned himself the reputation of a skilled and respected musician and Cleveland's Latin music scene gene not long after in nineteen eighty twenty year old aerial took a liking to a shy neighborhood girl named Gra Milta- Figueroa Granada or MILTA- was just seventeen at the time and live down the street with her five siblings. Nilda fell for aerial right away and the Figueroa family family was delighted that she had found someone kind to take care of her. Their relationship moved quickly and Nilda soon got pregnant. She gave birth birth to their first child aerial. Anthony Castro junior in September of Nineteen eighty-one according to Nilda sister alita Ariel treated Nilda well he was real good to her that this would only last for a little while it was shortly after becoming a father at twenty one that Ariel started exhibiting controlling and irrationally possessive behavior towards Nilda he he frequently demanded that she bring their infant son to a club where Ariel played nightly gigs so that he could show him off if she refused brutality Carlotti would follow one of the first times aerial attacked. Nilda was during a simple disagreement. Nilda later described this initial abuse abuse saying he just punched me in the face and grabbed me by the head and threw me back against the concrete floor the second time. He punched me so hard that he broke my nose. Nilda was terrified of what Ariel might do next if she told even or close family about how he'd beaten her in order to cover up any traces of her injuries she became skilled at using makeup to conceal black eyes and bruises she would even even wrap her face tightly in a scarf in an attempt to obscure the damage aerial had done to her the night before when Nilda got pregnant for the second time in Nineteen eighty-two with their daughter Angie his rage grew one time when Nilda was slow to clean up the kitchen due to morning sickness. S. aerial punched her in the mouth knocking out her two front teeth before Ariel would allow Nilda to be taken to the hospital title for treatment. He demanded that she promised not to report his abuse on. This was aerials routine. No matter how severe the injury after one particularly violent attack when NILDA was required to get forty stitches for a head wound aerial still refuse to let her seek treatment until she froude never to say a word Nilda would later explain. That's the only way he would let me into the hospital. He wanted me to die that that day he wanted me to bleed to death eventually doctors at Grace Hospital where Nilda frequently sought treatment had grown familiar. You're with Nilda and her injuries. It became clear that she was the victim of domestic violence however without her consent they could not report the abuse to authorities their hands were tied even when the couple moved to nil this father's home to save money aerials brutal temper didn't subside aside his violence against Nilda continued to build reaching dangerous proportions. Nilda routinely rushed herself to the emergency room. I shattered rib broken nose or multiple serious concussions in nineteen eighty eight. Nilda gave birth to their third child.
"castro" Discussed on Kickass News
"Julian Castro. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks for having me been well. I enjoyed reading the book in you spend about half of it talking about your early life. In fact, you open by recounting your grandmother's journey to this country. She has this quintessential American immigrant story. Tell us a little about her. I, I grew up with my mother and my grandmother. After my parents split up when my brother walking and I were eight and my grandmother Victoria had come to the United States in nineteen twenty two as a seven year old orphan along with her younger sister, their parents had passed away and their nearest relatives lived in San Antonio, and so they were brought across through eagle, pass, Texas a border town and ended up on the west side of San Antonio, and you know, she'd lost her parents and a few years later. She actually lost. Also, the woman who is who was there in the household of one of the relatives that brought her in. She was pulled out of school before she had finished alimentary school. So she had a very, very difficult early life in the United States. She never got a formal education. So she worked as a maid, a cook and a babysitter, and she ended up raising my mother as a single parent, and then. My mother was able to graduate from high school and then go on to college and work hard so that my brother and I could have the opportunity that we've had. So it really is this story about struggle and challenges and one generation handing the baton to the next generation. You know, my grandmother, she never owned a house, never owned a car. She never even had a Bank account, but she was able to see her daughter graduate from college, and you know, become. More successful and then see her grandchildren get into Stanford University and go to college. And so in in many ways, she lived her own American dream. And in some ways she didn't, but she was able to hand off to my mother and then to us all of the fruits of our labor if I have this right. I believe that she and also I think your father came to America because they were escaping the violence from the Mexican civil wars that, right my father's family got here a little bit earlier. Okay..
"castro" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"I have received is a form of indoctrination which tells the castro side of the story and amidst all the other perspectives so it'll be interesting to see fifteen years from now let's say ten fifteen years from now be very very interesting to see what these younger people actually do and whether in fact all of this required a affirmation of the great triumph of the reformation brought on by fidel through his revolution whether whether that will change pedro for you go back and forth from florida to cuba quite a bit what are what are you here especially from young people and are there expectations different you think that that could lead in a different direction for cuba yes yes their expectations are different and and and i do i mean i was listening to patrick and that resonated that folks are very much worried about wallet issues and and younger folks in particular and younger folks also are very much focused on undetected spics you know this thing the ability to access the internet and so forth and i think the push and i think the challenge for will is to make sure that he he steps in line with the expectations of the younger folks and one of the things that is very peculiar about goo accu just goes back to the inventiveness issue is that notwithstanding the absolute government control over the media and so forth cubans find a way to find out what the heck's going on and there's something called packet they which is basically have these flash drives with news programs and movies and information and people trade data and sell it and circulated and so forth so it is absolutely astonishing to me and i've seen this in have anna and i've seen it in out of the way places like seeing foibles which is a smaller city up the coast that people are very very aware of what the heck's going on now all that you need to take with.
"castro" Discussed on Filmspotting
"All they do is devote their time to chasing him around now granted it's a job but that's all we see them do in this film at least until that final moments so kind of like the bureaucrat in extraordinary stories who's chasing this ghost this predecessor i think castro's a ghost teaser he's he's dare we get to see him but you can't catch him he's elusive you can't pin him down to anything he seems like a very hollow character in a lot of ways so there's some cross over there but then you look at a to in the sense that he's running from his wife we are told anyway because she is after i'm how much of that is what's driving him we don't really know she certainly trying to pin him down you have a girlfriend trying to pin him down and other way kinda try to make a husband out of him by forcing him to get a giarra rather than just existing as his girlfriend turned him into a provider of sorts and so you have this character who is someone who wants to disconnect himself from place and time it's not it's not very realistic certainly but it it seems to me to represent a fundamental fear and a fear that both filmmakers we've seen so far have expressed or have wanted to explore this this fear about the individual and how it exists in society while i think there's a general suspicion rebellion against complacency right conservative you know life just this idea of becoming a member of the rat race right that's something else that the two fell as having gallon i think i need you see that in the girlfriend to i might be reading too much into a but this movie begs you to read too much into it the girlfriend.
"castro" Discussed on Filmspotting
"This is hard maybe we should try to get him on the show were reached out to him why would rubber cooler think those final images were so powerful or impressive if it's just acuna walking away i want i mean it's it's clearly meant to be a showcase sequence they hold the same frane right for a long time until acuna is out of the frigates i'm just trying to evade is referencing you know the fact that it's sort of a statement sequence yeah i don't i just like i said i saw him is finally making the decision to leave them alone and maybe that is what's happening maybe it is an you talked about sort of the politics of the movie and maybe what it's trying to say and it might be folly to try to go to deal with the movie but i think that there are as we put it in the context of this marathon at least through two films any there are shades in castro of a lot of the protagonists from extraordinary stories and the the characters not just castro but the ones chasing him i think as well in castro where they're in this film and out his direct about it but we talked a lot during that conversation about extraordinary stories about the idea of purpose right characters having this conflicted idea of who they are what they are what they're supposed to be doing with their lives and they get sidetracked by these digression they start chasing people right chasing ghosts in a lot of ways and extraordinary stories and castro it it goes a step further than the guy in the hotel from extraordinary stories who secluded himself in hotel room here castro actually just tries most of them to stay in the closet and i feel like it ended that did this note doesn't really but it seems a crazy sort of extension of what we see in stories if it wasn't for the other people he probably wouldn't feel compelled to interact with society at all and you then look at those chasing him instead of leaving their own lives.
"castro" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Uh so what rally missing the core lots of contemporary argentine film so he can really come true i've x um here's how worked for me i did find the moment where castro is so he's in the rain in a car following with the lights in the white burr's pointlessly found a pretty affecting i thought it was a nice touch four this mental state that he's found himself in you know because i think there is something here about what's the point of work if you can't find work that you love ya unlike about that a little by yet right i th i think there's something they in this movie that is is pretty powerful but then it makes another move after that and i didn't buy it at all in terms of how it fit with the rest of the movies tone sued the very last final very last a decision and other character makes you didn't buy no no no no the the decision castro makes it how severe it is and what the implications are still not sure i'm not sure how to read it a you make it seem much more dire yet and i started at vail i thought and i thought it was final because of the other characters response okc if you see it more like i do and i'm not saying i'm right all bets are off for this film then the decision implies something different may okay so i mean we can just say sellers so you're suggesting that you think castro observable turkey succeeds in killing himself okay the movie wants us to see yet even though the way who runs into the wall doesn't suggest that that would kill him see that's that's kind of the problem i guess maybe i can get over the littoral nece of him not driving nearly fast now so the way eyesight josh was him probably trying to kill himself but for certain it's a it's an act of frustration and what an expression of a certain feeling of futility or whatever and so since i didn't necessarily see it as even if.