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"coronel" Discussed on The Strategists

The Strategists

05:47 min | 11 months ago

"coronel" Discussed on The Strategists

"Justin trudeau is a little bit racist. If they had thinking not then that black face would have landed totally different. How are you. Can i ask coronel. Wanna jump in. But carter to your to your last comment on the black face brown face it seemed pretty clear that team trudeau did not know that was coming out. Based on how flat-footed. They were where he responded. How he responded. If you know something about you will emerge you. Also script that our scripting. And don't gimme. Gimme an example of how your perhaps scripting and then. I'll let you respond to this. And i'll i'll move onto to other elements but curious on that one carter. The classic is the is the one on one. Sit down right. you've got something negative see. Set up your one on one. Sit down and you let it come out in the one one. And you're you're decimated early upset and then it runs a three day cycle and it's over if justin trudeau had leaked his own photos. Like i probably wouldn't have done so so many different techniques and tactics that you can use right you can go down and you can do a mea culpa before it happens you can leak it before it happens and then do the mea culpa afterwards you you know you can expose it by accident like there's a bunch of stuff that we've done in the past where i accidentally send out an email to the wrong people you know. Oh golly that's terrible. How did you get that. Oh jeez Those types of techniques and tactics are available to you to get your information out so the people you frame your response right so bad news like we've talked about this before. It's very difficult for the for the population to have a collective memory of longer than three or four days. So if you want something to disappear just do it at the beginning you know. Just do it at the beginning. It's it's so much easier and that was one of the problems with black face. Brown face with trudeau came to early. In the election cycle time people were able to factor it in..

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"coronel" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

05:22 min | 11 months ago

"coronel" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"We have we're waiting for the sentencing which is on september fifteen when she will be offended. I don't expect there to get a life sentence because she was a minimal participant in all of this. So i expect her to get a lighter sentence also there are ways to get below the mandatory minimums okay. One of those ways is through the safety belt. So that you understand. The safety valve is a call it provision call it mechanism call it exception That authorizes a sentence below the statutory minimum percent certain in non violent offenders with no past criminal history so a defendant to be illegible for the safety ball has to satisfy the five materia into status little hashish. Satisfy five different things jim noggin get into. But if we can satisfy these five points which. I believe that we could. Then she would qualify for this safety valve provisions and that would automatically allow her to get below the mandatory. The statutory minimum. Just wanna to you this is. Something's puzzled me about flying in and out of the united states almost without a care just the department of justice to the federal authorities. Not take that as a sign that you know she. She must have felt that she wasn't involved in the drugs trade. She could say what had happened to her husband. She knew precisely what had happened to her husband. Why on earth would she make it so easy for the federal authorities to get to her if she was deeply involved in drugs. She's us senate. I i don't i. Don't you know she did not believe there was any. She didn't have any problems you know. She was coming in and now since the trial she helping come in. Why did they wait. Two years. After i dunno even ask him. I mean i do know that based on what one of the witnesses are a trial. Guzman's trial said that she had allegedly help with the escape. I guess that's what raise the flag why she kept on coming. That's a question that you're gonna have to ask her. Not me back to the youth i mean she was reports precisely sure she was about seventeen teenager when she met him. Do you think she's a bit of a victim here or maybe now. You know the only thing i'm going to say about that is that i don't think that she would be in this position right now if she wasn't chapel investigating mexican cartels alleged government corruption for journalists. Like annabel can be risky in two thousand seven a freelance reporter cecilio pineda burto was shot dead in the country as he lay in a hammered. A car wash waiting for his vehicle to be cleaned so does annabel worry about her own safety. You investigate and have done for many years similar cartels drug cartels. You investigate. maybe upset an awful lot of very powerful and very very dangerous people and you know better than us. I'm sure what has happened to so many of your journalistic colleagues in mexico. Are you personally not a little worried about your own security. Well you know after. I wish this this book that was very polemic in mexico now collapsed in two thousand dan. I received that threats. And i have to set that these death threats even come from bit parts. De-deputy these threats go from barry high-level mexican officials that works in the government of the president sleepiq on because the cigarette nutty of safety connecticut. Not that now finally is also in jail in new york. I discovered an. I wrote in my book that he used to work for the in a cotton and she received a lot of bribes and he helped in the operations of this null carter so in my own experience. Mexico is one of the most dangerous places to be a journalist because many times the government and the cartels are the stinking anassa journalists. You even cannot recognize who is more dangerous the or a couple a trump was mine or the journal ejected was mind or the head of the police is impossible and now you have to try to do the job very carefully thinking that everyone can be trade you maybe the most under part is the government we asked the mexican embassy in the uk. It's response to claims of government corruption and the targeting of journalists conducting investigations into allegations. But we're told on this occasion we will not be able to provide any comments. Well that's it for today. My thanks to annabel marielle onto you from listening to the sky news daily podcast hosted by me germany. This edition was produced by any joyce along with tatyana alderson and simon wins. You can follow us all the usual places where you can find episodes wide range of.

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"coronel" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

07:52 min | 11 months ago

"coronel" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"El chapo was the man behind the curtain pulled. All the strength quite keen arch avello guzman. Low era is perhaps best known as el chapo mexican slang for shorty which is quite fitting considering his five foot six stature and stocky build heading up the similar drugs cartel he was considered to be one of the most powerful drug traffickers in the world and has been the subject of some well-publicized manhunts the most recent after he escaped through a tunnel while awaiting sentencing in twenty-fifty roadblocks are in place in an airport closed as they try to recapture the cartel. Nita thought to be worth a billion dollars that when the following year mexican authorities recaptured him. Following a shootout. He was later extradited to the united states where he's currently serving a life sentence in a maximum security jail in colorado. This conviction is a victory for the mexican. People who've lost more than one hundred thousand lies in drug related. Violence conviction is a victory for every family who has lost a loved one to the black hole of addiction. His convictions include murder money laundering and organized crime and according to wikipedia page chapo has at least four spouses. But this isn't a podcast about him. No this is the story of how a former american beauty queen went on to become the wife of the mexican drug kingpin. Who is emma. coronel lice bureau. How did she get embroiled in the sinaloa cartel and is she a victim or a key player in her husband's empire. Welcome to the sky news. Daily podcast with me germany minor. Hannah's reexamined the story beyond the headlines. I to my investigation related with us in the lower on two thousand five so the first time that i have heard about anchorman was on two thousand seven just days after she married with the shepherd was man in the mon signs of the golden triangle in in durango and as a yemeni nana's i am mexican investigative journalist. I have been investigating this mellower lower carson by the last sixteen years born near san francisco in one thousand nine hundred thousand nine. Emma went on to enter the two thousand and seven coffee and guava festival beauty pageant and a town in north west mexico. it's here in canelas where she reportedly met. Joaquin el chapo guzman the pad marrying soon after emma still a teenager husband more than thirty years her senior. When i done that was invited to the ari. It told me about sure told me about how john west on. I was able to get some pictures of her when she was very young because she has the baby little legal when he became the queen over these liberal town in canales rodin goes show exists some big jurors quincy senior sold. So that was the only the first time that i have heard and i was striding to gone that her. I sent her a message. Because i want to make make care. Inc for my book But west impossible. She'd never answered because you know the wives of the heads of the carton usually they are very discrediting betty silent day. I ready local five so in. That moment was impossible for me to get her. You talking about a wedding and we referred to her as chop bo's wife. What's the legal position though and bell of actually legally married. That is a very good question because legally they are not married legally they only wise of epa was man. East alexandrina celeste night. He's i rice. He never gave her the divorce and she still his score mile. Why but this far were ama- show up with a job. Was i know. Four months ceremony inside this through which A chapel gave him a floor mother role. Is he slides. One thing are the loggers do these kind of capitals has not bought 'em was deeper in was not anymore just his lower west peace formality partner so moving on the years of it she gets established as his partner as cooler that gets more involved. We've got to imagine in the running of the cartel. He's captured he goes on trial. And then annabel you gotta really long interview with coronel. Cooking was myeloid senior level. Cap must annabel's interview with them featured on noticiero telemundo in february twenty sixteen. They spoke for around four hours. Knock on on tiger style. Annacone manabe novenas impulsive. Nothing recalled meeting el chapo at a party in her hometown. Saying he'd being dancing with another girl and that she had had a boyfriend at the time but that he'd asked her to dance she also pointed out that he struck her as very confident. Tell us what you found out about her background and her role in the sinoloa cartel and your impressions of what kind of person she is. Finally i was able to contact directly with emigrant on january of two thousand sixteen after a job who was arrested in mexico after he escaped for the sick on time two thousand sixteen and was almost a fact that he will be extradited to the united states. So that's why am i been asset to give me an interview. Now i re- understand. That was not just heard station. I'm sure now that a chapel sent her to me. He order your do. Give me the ink on their work. I met her on february february. Two thousand sixteen she was. I think guinea six ninety seven your soul and she gave me a very happiness. Czar interviewed. Because you know in this interview. She tried to cover to her husband herself. She tried to production but she did very badly because she even in front the kameda. She was unable to keep her allies. Have done many interviews with why and igli. This guy no capitals. But i think i remember that this interview with 'em.

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"coronel" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"coronel" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The wife of Mexico's most notorious drug kingpin, pleads guilty to helping her husband run his global criminal empire. More from CBS is Adrian Bar. Mexican media showed surprise that Emma Coronel, the wife of El Chapo Guzman, pled guilty to all three charges without trying to negotiate at least Not publicly. Some speculated that she deliberately got herself caught in order to make a deal for the couple's nine year old twin daughters. The girls are dual citizens, and they're the only ones who have been allowed to visit El Chapo in prison. And now Emma Coronel ice Poirot could face with this deal as little as nine years in jail. Massive fire Last night in Lawrence rips through a row of homes along Siachin Court, more than a dozen displaced no injuries to speak of. Could it be an early nominee for summertime song of 2021 comes when you feel like kicking in that? Singer Lorde officially releases a new song for the season called Solar Power just hours after the track leaked early to streaming services, video shows the singer dancing on the beach and basically having fun acting very un lord like Actually single solar power is the title track from her upcoming album. It's 8 50 WBZ NewsRadio looks back as we turn 100 really easy. 10 30. It.

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Wife of Drug Kingpin 'El Chapo' Expected to Plead Guilty

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Wife of Drug Kingpin 'El Chapo' Expected to Plead Guilty

"Wife is expected to plead guilty today to helping the drug kingpin run his Mexican cartel. Emma Coronel s bureau, was arrested in February at Dulles Airport near Washington, D. C. She's been charged with helping Joaquin El Chapo Guzman import tons of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and marijuana into this country.

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El Chapo's Wife Expected to Plead Guilty to US Charges

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

El Chapo's Wife Expected to Plead Guilty to US Charges

"The wife of the notorious Mexican drug kingpin known as el Chapo is expected to plead guilty in federal court as part of a plea deal in the conspiracy case against her the wife of Joaquin el Chapo goose man faces conspiracy charges in the US for allegedly helping her husband run his multi billion dollar criminal enterprise Emma Coronel ice borough had previously pleaded not guilty after being charged with conspiracy to distribute cocaine methamphetamine heroin and marijuana she been arrested earlier this year in a Washington area airport prosecutors say Coronel ice borough work closely with the command and control structure of this in a lower cartel and conspired to distribute large quantities of drugs knowing they'd be smuggled into the U. S. during her husband's trial in twenty nineteen prosecutors said she had helped orchestrate Goodman's to jail breaks in Mexico Jackie Quinn Washington

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"coronel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"coronel" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"White House Press secretary Tin Sok. He says Vice President Kamala Harris may go to the border at some point as she defended the comments she made to NBC News when she said, We have made the trip well as the vice president. She does speak for the actions of the people in administration. She certainly helps oversee Republicans have been criticizing the vice president for staying away from the southern border, where a record number of migrants have been trying to come into the United States. Vice President Harris has been tasked with getting to the root causes of mass migration. At the White House. Rachel Sutherland. Fox is the wife of drug kingpin Joaquin El Chapo Guzman expected to plead guilty later this week to charges she helped him run his massive drug trafficking operation. The wife of the infamous Mexican drug lord, known as El Chapo is set to plead guilty on Thursday to helping her husband run his massive drug empire. His wife, a former beauty queen, is also accused of helping her husband escape from a maximum security prison in Mexico. El Chapo was convicted in federal court in 2019 and is presently serving a life sentence boxes. Shannon Bream El Chapo's wife, Emma Coronel as Pharaoh was arrested back in February. And Labor Secretary Marty Walsh faces questions from White House lawmakers today about lackluster job numbers and a worker shortage nationwide and analysts say is slowing economic recovery. Walsh expected to explain whether President Biden's enhanced unemployment benefits are to blame. On Sunday, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said there was no hard evidence that those benefits Kept people from returning to the workplace. I'm so government on the Fox News run down. This is the Funks news rundown. You're listening to the Fox News Rundown. Stay tuned for Armstrong and Getty, starting at six. Talk radio 5 60 ksfo. The president says he wants bipartisan immigration reform, but actions speak louder. I don't understand this bipartisan immigration reform. Kevin McCarthy was on the show the other day, and he said Joe Biden hasn't talked to him since he's been inaugurated that he's reached out to the president and he hasn't reached back is a week or two ago where McConnell said the Biden hadn't talked to him. Joe Biden is not interested in any of this fine doesn't even talk to the Republicans. Mark Levin, weekday afternoons at three on 5 60 KSFO or tell your Google device to play KSFO. Strong work ethic takes pride in a job. Well done. This is you, but to get.

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Wife of "El Chapo" appears in court over drug trafficking charges

News, Traffic and Weather

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Wife of "El Chapo" appears in court over drug trafficking charges

"Of a Mexican drug lord has been arrested NBC's Matt Gutman reports Emma Coronel, the beauty queen wife of El Chapo, turning heads at his blockbuster drug trial last year, waking up this morning in a federal detention center after being arrested on drug charges at a D. C area airport Monday, according to federal documents, crew now Always charged with both conspiring with her husband to distribute drugs, including cocaine and heroin and of conspiring with El Chapo to spring him from a Mexican Supermax prison. Her husband had run the world's largest narco operation, but Since his arrest in 2016 Cornel hasn't exactly lived under the radar massing nearly half a million instagram followers and starring in an episode of the beach, one reality show, cartel, crew, business and women. The 31 year old was born in California and has dual Mexican U S citizenship. She married L chopper when she was only 17. The affidavit alleges. She helped pass instructions to his lieutenants for drug sales and commissioned another Sinaloa leader, toe orchestrate that spectacular escape from his Mexican prison in 2015 El Chapo, dipping into a hole in the shower floor that led to a nearly Mile long tunnel outfitted with a motorcycle on rails. He was extradited to the U. S. And 2017 and despite trial testimony, painting him as a monster. Cornell insisted to The New York Times that she still admired him. Now. Cornell's been under investigation for about two years since El Chapo's trial seemed to reveal how deeply and mess she allegedly was in his narco operations, But these new federal documents say nothing about her involvement. In the Sinaloa cartel since El Chapo's extradition to the US in 2017.

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El Chapo's wife arrested in Washington, DC area on drug trafficking charge

News, Traffic and Weather

01:54 min | 1 year ago

El Chapo's wife arrested in Washington, DC area on drug trafficking charge

"Has been arrested A veces Matt Gutman reports. Emma Coronel, the beauty queen, wife of El Chapo, turning heads. It is blockbuster drug trial last year. Waking up this morning in a federal detention center after being arrested on drug charges at a D C area airport Monday, according to federal documents. Cornell is charged with both conspiring with her husband to distribute drugs, including cocaine and heroin, and of conspiring with El Chapo to spring him from a Mexican Supermax prison. Her husband had run the world's largest narco operation, but Since his arrest in 2016 Cornel hasn't exactly lived under the radar massing nearly half a million instagram followers and starring in an episode of the Beach, one reality show. Hotel crew business and get out of the car phase one and 31 year old was born in California and has dual Mexican U. S citizenship. She married a chopper when she was only 17. The affidavit alleges she helped pass instructions to his lieutenants for drug sales and commissioned another Sinaloa leader. Orchestrate that spectacular escape from his Mexican prison in 2015 El Chapo, dipping into a hole in the shower floor that led to a nearly a mile long tunnel outfitted with a motorcycle on rails. He was extradited to the U. S. And 2017 and despite trial testimony, painting him as a monster, Cornell insisted. To the New York Times that she still admired him. Cornell has been under investigation for about two years since L Chop owes trial seemed to reveal how deeply and mess she allegedly was in his narco operations. But these new federal documents say nothing about her involvement in the civil Oh, a cartel since I'll chop those extradition to the US in 2017. As we've been telling you on co Moh

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El Chapo's wife, Emma Coronel Aispuro, arrested on drug trafficking charges at Dulles Airport

Dennis Prager

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

El Chapo's wife, Emma Coronel Aispuro, arrested on drug trafficking charges at Dulles Airport

"U. S. Authorities have arrested the wife of imprisoned Mexican drug Lord El Chapo Guzman, Emma Coronel Ice poodle The wife of Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin El Chapo Guzman was arrested Monday and accused of helping Guzman run his multibillion dollar drug cartel and aiding and his escaped from a Mexican prison in 2015. The 31 year old Coronel was arrested at Dulles International Airport in

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Emma Coronel Aispuro, Wife of Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán, Arrested

Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Emma Coronel Aispuro, Wife of Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán, Arrested

"And the wife of imprisoned drug Lord El Chapo is due in federal court today. Emma Coronel, the beauty queen wife of Joaquin Guzman faces criminal charges of conspiring with her husband to import cocaine and heroin into the United States and twice conspiring to help al Chapo escaped from a Mexican prison. Court records said she acted as a go between and messenger between Guzman and his lieutenants, associates and sons. Chapo successfully escaped in 2015 when he slipped into a hole beneath the shower, but failed a second time before he was extradited here to the United States, where he was convicted and sentenced to life in

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Wife Of Drug Kingpin El Chapo Arrested At Washington DC Airport

BBC World Service

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Wife Of Drug Kingpin El Chapo Arrested At Washington DC Airport

"The wife of convicted Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin El Chapo Guzman is expected in federal court in Washington today. Emma Coronel s poor Oh was arrested yesterday. In an airport in Virginia. She's charged with helping her husband run his drug empire. She's also accused of helping her husband escaped from a Mexican prison in 2015. He was recaptured and is now serving a life sentence in

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Wife of drug kingpin 'El Chapo' arrested on US drug charges

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Wife of drug kingpin 'El Chapo' arrested on US drug charges

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting U. S. authorities arrest the wife of imprisoned Mexican drug lord el Chapo goos mon Emma Coronel a spoon the wife of Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin el Chapo goos mon was arrested Monday and accused of helping goos mon run his multi billion dollar drug cartel and aiding in his escape from a Mexican prison in twenty fifteen the thirty one year old Coronel was arrested at Dulles International Airport in Virginia she's a dual citizen of the United States and Mexico goos mon who headed the center lower drug cartel for twenty five years serving a life sentence after being extradited to the United States in twenty seventeen micron CEO Washington

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Wife of 'El Chapo' arrested in Virginia on international drug trafficking charges

Glenn Beck

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Wife of 'El Chapo' arrested in Virginia on international drug trafficking charges

"Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. He is in custody for her alleged involvement. In an international drug trafficking. Emma Coronel I spirit was arrested today at Dulles International Airport in Virginia. The 31 year old dual U S. Mexican citizen, faces charges of conspiracy to distribute an assortment of drugs into the U. S, and is also accused of playing a part in helping Guzman escaped a Mexican prison. Back in 2015. She's scheduled to be in federal court tomorrow. Husband, El Chapo, was convicted two years ago. New York for his role in leading the senior Lu, a cartel political

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"coronel" Discussed on Sobre Actuando

Sobre Actuando

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"coronel" Discussed on Sobre Actuando

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"coronel" Discussed on Sobre Actuando

Sobre Actuando

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"coronel" Discussed on Sobre Actuando

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"coronel" Discussed on Sobre Actuando

Sobre Actuando

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"coronel" Discussed on Sobre Actuando

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"coronel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"coronel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Alexis McGill Johnson. It's been great talking to you. Thank you so much. Thanks, right. Alexis McGill Johnson is president of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund. Women of color for progress trains. Women who want to run for public office at all levels of government co founders Karen Coronel and Amanda Farias joined to tell us more Hi, Karyn. Hi. Hi, Amanda. Hi. So, Amanda, let me start with you. You are an elected office holder, and we're going to get to that victory in a moment. But you also ran for City Council in your home district in the Bronx. And you didn't win. But you were motivated and tell us what motivated you and why you stepped up. Yeah, I was. You know someone that Came back to the Bronx after working on Obama's reelection campaign in 2012, realizing that all of the inequities and all of the things that were really important to me that were happening on a large scale federally were also happening on a hyper local level. I just saw the the gaps that were happening in our communities of misinformation or people really lacking social safety Net and services and resource is On DH. That is what Pushed me to step up. So so I lost in 2017 and realized that the community neat wanted new leadership. There was a state committee position that Had an elected there that hadn't shown up for a meeting since the year 2000 on DH, So I took that as an opportunity to continue pushing back against the establishment. Andi won just by 86 votes. So what I get to do, fortunately is B, that middle person between the assembly member and the local community members and really fighting for party reform. Hope democracy small. The democracy work for people is my job and Karen as another co founder of women of Color for Progress. Tell us how the organisation trains and supports women and also how you got involved. Yeah, it was a group of us working in different levels of city government and we were motivated by the 2016 election and also just everything we had seen within working and government and elected politics. We want to change. We wanted more representation, and we came together and felt that women of color really needed to be at the forefront of that representation. And Amanda, I'm just going to wrap up with you. So since you have run for office Andi, You know what it's like, and what the emotional journey is. And how much time it takes. What would you say to someone who was your age and who was like? Yeah, I'd like to help my community. But I'm not sure about this whole running for office thing. Yeah, I would say that it's okay to feel that way and that there are many levels to get involved. Find something that you really are passionate about whether it's climate emergency. Whether it's equal pay, whether it's you know, economic development and growth and communities or, you know, reproductive rights, find the thing that you care about and take that first step in trying to organize around that issue. On DH. Then I would say you won't know It's not for you and this you join a campaign like your your expertise is needed on every single campaign. So you have to figure out in all these little steps on all these little pieces to help you realize where you fit and how you want to fit in, But there's room for everyone..

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"coronel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:23 min | 2 years ago

"coronel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Later in the show Joyce Coronel joins us to talk about coping with the stresses brought on by the corona virus pandemic but first we're excited to welcome Phil klei New York times bestselling author of redeployment a collection of short stories focused on front line and homefront experiences of Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans among many accolades the book was honored as the national book award winner for fiction in two thousand fourteen and was also named one of the best books of the year by the New York times Phil Clyde served as a public affairs officer in the marines and Iraq's and bart province he is a product of Jesuit education and attends a Catholic parish in queens New York his writing is informed by his Catholic faith and explores how we our physical bodies in the world but also more than mere matter we were originally going to speak with Phil in connection to a keynote address that he was scheduled to deliver in March for Loyola University Maryland's humanity symposium focused on the wounds of war but that was obviously canceled because of the pandemic we're excited to talk with him now via phone here's our interview with Phil cry okay thanks for being on capital one thank you so much for having me so much of your writing explores various themes of war and yourself in Iraq as a marine could you tell us how you first became a marine would inspire you to become a marine sure I you know from a family that the family my dad served in the Peace Corps which is a little different but definitely family that believed very much in the idea of her but in another I worked for years in international medical aid my my father's in the in the in the Peace Corps my maternal grandfather had been a career diplomat she grew up with my right hand and yeah in high school but I want to do I would have had that I wanted to become a diplomat like my grandfather but we were at war you know when I was in college we are in Afghanistan already heading into Iraq and it seemed like that was the best way to serve my country was to become a marine what was your perception of war prior to joining the marines and your deployment to Iraq and and how they let reality work compared with what your perception what he had never been a really interested in more especially growing up right I was always a big reader though a lot of one engine one came from well I had a professor in the college football is really wonderful helpline you know if you're in the military he insisted that I at one P. and I think that pulls the Calgary and please turn to the end of the night and a dozen other books because he thought that if I was going to be going to war I should learn about the greatest minds think about it right and that was that was one part of my education this one at that right I mean you know the war is distinct and different a lot of kind of moral issues and concerns that people want to grapple with Hey there their commonalities he spoke to him for that if you read about war you know this is like the great literature of war in the twentieth century tends to have someone in the comments right whether it's politics for weather okay in two hours twenty two or you know Vietnam fiction and apply and if you're like dispatches there's also the popular history right it is very different much more twenty four and no not really this is the sum of the total talk about a different register you know from twenty countries literature but also a popular history of Monday well publicly the food I mean it was just the very war so I kept trying to figure out what was unique about the four teens like hold sure thing about this war one of the motivating things to write the book tell people what they were missing but for me to figure it out myself because of course you you you go over to a war strange thank you first you don't really know what to make of it did you take notes while you were serving in Iraq I do you have any intention of conveying your experiences in the book former NSA yeah yeah that'll ultimately end up writing about this right like I've always writing you know you have the kind of people how to take everything that is confusing and put into a form that was sort of it forced me to grapple with the underlying I kept track of things that interested me right no exactly looking to do or that I would end up you know writing about this program the way that I did yeah no surprise that I was you know very little about it I was so weird um yeah cool who's like I think poetry field exercises so grow up Catholic are you Catholic I thank the topic today yes I am so yeah not able to right now but yes AT and D. experience of mass now that I have a very different one it used to be but it so that has informed I think well when I was my next question how much do you pull in your case into your writing so I mean there's some areas where it's yes right there's a story in the book that is written from the perspective of the Catholic chaplain to the maybe hello right there the in that you know to think about what you know if you know what makes somebody a Catholic writer necessarily that you have the main characters like the previous ones like I think it is much about one of the things I think that as a are not allowed to do right despite some of the what what about and so I don't think you're allowed to right now all thank you and that the wall the job for the arena for human moral struggle is right that yeah our your available right you know these sorts of things how you approach doctors and think about them and struggled to get going and so you know it's not necessarily going to appear at a level and then on log in right you know his the allergy but rather I think the way you approach hello the individual who people your action and and help her we have about a minute left would you working on now well I have a novel that is coming out in October called missionaries and he American way of war hello it takes place in Afghanistan and America and in Colombia right in the park more two years writing this is the way in which you know the modern world everything is connected everything my great things because of the lack of a better so I've got four main characters American and Colombian culture how different wars all find their state why he also about I believe it's about the ideologies that we construct around ourselves to justify what we're doing the way the people use or sometimes have secular ideology to make sense of the.

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"coronel" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"coronel" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Great yeah I mean everything started happening right after that I can't even use usually to do with like no we're done with some great it's so great because there's not much new on and even the the nightly talk shows are everybody's at home and it says they're okay but you want to see something fresh and and produced and I'm so happy that your show is running so awesome it's been unbelievable we finished in January and we have an entire season of new programs and people in love with the show I mean I love it I figured lock and watch it gives he died in my adorable son Antonio Coronel everything the hardest part of the show was literally trying to keep a straight face right at the auditor's office and you are just incredible and hold that thought everyone stay right there we'll be back with Pauley Perrette to talk more about her fantastic sitcom right here on spotlight stay right there do you mom has always been there for you to love you to pamper you into cure everything from scratch to a broken heart that's why this mother's day it's your turn to take care.

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Trends in Natural Language Processing with Nasrin Mostafazadeh

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

07:58 min | 2 years ago

Trends in Natural Language Processing with Nasrin Mostafazadeh

"All right. Everyone welcome back to our AI rewind 2019 series in this episode will be covering covering NLP. And I've got the pleasure of being on the line with Nassreen Mostafa Day. She is a senior research scientist. At elemental cognition Nassreen. Woken back to the PODCAST. Sam Glad to back. Thanks for having me definitely glad I to be speaking with you again. We last spoke back in August of twenty eighteen when we spoke about contextual modeling language envision and some of your research This time will be reviewing some of your thoughts on the most important papers and developments more broadly the and the field that you work in natural language processing in twenty nineteen. I'll have folks refer back to that previous episode for a a little bit more about you and your background and what you're working on but to get this conversation started. Why don't we just start with your kind of broad? Take on twenty nine thousand nine in and Lt what was the was a big year for an ob sure so. Actually I think yeah thing into the nineteen was actually exciting. You're out the you know. These large pre-trading Models have been stretched widely to various various different directions and you know slowly but surely is community. They've started the sink about elected problems. They have the weaknesses the blindness spice up up Citing the sort of paradigm shifts that you're seeing in an LP sort of are into twenty twenty now kinda started. I'm I can reflect back on the decade Started back in two thousand fifteen to sixteen or so in various Task could start to get tackled by relatively straightforward approach that you would just including input tax. It could be looked looked at as a sequence of wars characters etc.. The new US like attention to actually Basically looked back back into the included representation video trying to predict something for task. which could be a sequence of Tokens as evacuate does container so so You know Chris Manning which is one of the pioneers of our field. The had this Basically the Belief from him that he believed him BIOS hegemony which he believes that basically no matter what the task is out there not task if you try wireless wirelessly omitted and use attention to attend back to the Basically important including a of the input you basically can Actually the state of the art knows this referring to the tension is all you need paper so attention is it only you need. Paper is more resent so that was then. The transfer miss came to picture. This has been hellish how fast field is moving through two thousand teams still as I said like the consensus in all it was that you can reach you. Choose state of the art if you just throw it. Violence attached that was the recipe and back in that tire member. Like when I was like talks I would conclude that look although that has been true or a host of different benchmarks a happens that for detested require vast amounts of background Dan knowledge reasoning in basically Require salish along tastes Not yet achieve state of the art or near human performance servants using these by Malls so fast forward just one year. In two thousand eighteen we had like L. modes steep contextualized were presentation The basically started sort of this one more step forward of billing these large language models which happened to be contextualized so preaching on a very large corpus and then fine tune of data stream which should sell started meeting lots and lots of different as state of the arts and establishing brand new state of arts and so the test that I had in mind when I was personally criticizing the fact that Oh look by throwing Added attention on a particular benchmark jump. Necessarily she stayed at the ARD causes reasoning tasks which is something that I personally absolutely very passionate about. It happens to be mined line of research and so the particular task was a storage tasks which I talk again. The lastingly testing we talk. Radio is specifically story Koehler says which is tested given a sequence of four sentences on which form a coherent story very very short story. The task is riches between two alternative endings to that story which Yunos designed basically to evaluate systems commonsense reasoning reasoning capabilities What happened in two thousand seventeen? Is that mid two thousand seventeen or so. The attention is unique. Paper came out the transformer paper that you just mentioned a minute or two ago so that paper basically enable aiding effect of other blurry large large pre-trade transformer models that could actually establish the state of the art in various commonsense reasoning tasks one being the. Gt one paper says uh-huh on paper came out around in two thousand eighteen hours which was Utah Training Model. This was a very large language model. Oh that opening. I folks have basically trained on a very large diverse corpus and then fine tune on a small data sets and actually this data said that they highlighted as to the place for me. The most amazing basically progress happened to be story closed as the benchmark. I I really cared about. So they have Notably they have often like around eighty six or so percent accuracy which was exceedingly getting better than the previous Number is that people had reported on the test set and so that really sort of changed my personal mind out adverb. You're going to this. I started believing in the fact that all look although these models may seem to be sort of doing pattern recognition at the scale pitch may not Doing reasoning in connecting the dots in all these sorts of things that we care about in a label as his reasoning. Efi You know do them in the right way or give these models off chance of being trained for on the right Dina says finding them right these center eric capable of doing knowledge transfer. I think that sort of set the ground up for us to move into has nineteen Very had more more of these very large preaching models that then you could basically find on various demonstrating test and establish state of yard. No matter the but they're not they're from our very at coronel t tasks like Shining tests such as historic Costas itself Congress this is reasoning etc.. So I think this has been the main exciting thing about Nineteen where we could see. This wasn't just a glimpse of Wasn't just a one time thing that these models could perform val it continued into two thousand eighteen. And I think I'm actually excited about A scene Improving these people off more about the downsides of these models but yeah I'm very excited to see her. VR going with this paradigm shift into any twenty.

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What are Chuck Pagano's plans for the Bears defense?

Around the NFL

01:45 min | 3 years ago

What are Chuck Pagano's plans for the Bears defense?

"Now Chuck Pegado he replaces Vic Fazio who went from Chicago to Denver. He is the new defensive coordinator of depth buyers trademark me your thoughts was well. This is the one that this this instigated the article <hes> thinking about Chuck Pagano because you lose Vic Fangio. Who is I think along with Wade Phillips the most most respected affected defensive mind in the game right well bill belichick sort of on an island up there by himself but you know throw in Romeo Coronel is another guy who's respected but we don't really we know what Chuck Pagano is? He had one year defensive coordinator with the Ravens where they finished third in defense with Ray Lewis Ed Reed Terrell suggs and then he went to the the colts and he never really had much town to work with on defense now he's token over a defense that is almost sure to regress to the mean just because they had a sky a high turnover rate loss very few games to injury last year and cannot and fifteen percent of drives with an interception like they did last year especially especially That defense every week to make up for their offense. I felt like an if you're if you're in the situation Pagano. You're going to get blamed from their earliest part of the season. It doesn't go well. Why would I want to take over some for someone who floundered before me you come in and you look on the other hand when you have a chance to work with Cleo Max Akiem Hicks Roquan Smith Dan Danny I mean they're absolutely loaded Jackson Kyle? They are loaded and yet. I think it's a tough spot to go to for for Pagano.

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"coronel" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"coronel" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

"Com ESPN and the ringer and all these big network. So I would absolutely do that game. If I get tell Paso, I'm going to find a way I'll tell you how to time and I'll I happy to hit yet. I don't think my mom ever did live in Texas though to answer your question. I know she was born in fort Lewis, Washington. I know when she was really little she lived in Alaska. Because my aunt was born in Alaska. My uncle was born in jersey. I do know that my mom was in Germany twice. I do know that she graduated from Fort Knox high school in Kentucky. So my mom was a lot of places. I don't think ever Texas though, gay. But maybe I misspoke or you misunderstood me, but definitely born in fort Lewis, Washington and definitely graduated from Fort Knox high school in Kentucky, and guess who graduated a year or two ahead of her Bri Romeo Coronel former Browns coach was also a military brat. So that's one reason why I hold the US armed forces in such high regard, just because you know, it was my grandpa made a career out of it. And I just know how my mom. Feels about it living on army bases her whole life and moving around every couple of years. So I take it real real seriously as I think a lot of you guys know that'll do it by the way for a wisdom Wednesday edition of the Ross Tucker football podcast, highly encourage you to listen today to the fantasy feast podcast. We're going to have Nelson Sousa on Evan thinks. He's maybe the best high stakes. He's long fantasy player in the world. Which is pretty darn cool Nelson. Sousa we're going to go over the veterans that benefited the most and we're hurt the worst by. The draft in the off season. So highly encourage you to check it out should be very very cool other than that. We will be back with the goat Greg Cosell. Getting a lot of his thoughts. Tomorrow. We'll have the final RTF of the week will be tomorrow. And we'll get a chance to break down with Gregg some of the moves in the draft. I thought were interesting and just get his take on some players that I want a little more insight into now that we know where they were drafted other than that. I think we're done here. Thanks for listening to

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"coronel" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"coronel" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"But it sounds of it. No. So British hysterical. So this let's see students in Illinois. Our push along with some Representative Charlie Mayer is they're pushing for ski to become the official state soda of Illinois. Now, maybe you're familiar with the Kentucky head-hunter song, or they said, what is it something something in a bottle is ski? Yeah. Anyway ski is. It's a special soda that is in Illinois, my friend, Jimmy actually sent me a package of ski because I had always been like I'd always been talking about ski is actually really tasty. It's it's been bottled excel violent company and breezy, Illinois since the sixties navy's the same recipe. The entire time. It's a big Colt. Sodhi sodium Eleanor late. It is to shut up everywhere. You know, what ski is Steve. Right. It's not like it's any way they want to be the official soda. No. You're right of of Illinois. Oh, by the way, El Chapo is set to launch a fashion brand from prison guys. In case any of you want new threads the convicted drug Lord, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman is launching a brand of fashion items, simply called El Chapo that are inspired by his twin daughters. He's working with his wife on this what the papers granting use of his signature from Celena Manhattan federal prison. He signed them last month. Yeah. And apparently his wife Emma Coronel as bureau had said we've had this idea for a long time. Do you think? Is any yet? Should that? What I mean, why don't you take the prophets and use it to pay for the wall? Oh, that would be funny. Stay with us is Biden just another example of metoo going.

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US readies humanitarian aid for Venezuela

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

US readies humanitarian aid for Venezuela

"Reports, Mr. Trump, worn members of the Venezuelan military to not block the mandatory and aid that remains on the border in Colombia, Brazil and Coronel dean, Hernandez or world. Vision tells us about the tons of food and medicine waiting to cross into Venezuela. Water annotation and other essential lifesaving support. So far Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro as not allow the aid to be released for

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Trump Bluntly Warns Venezuela Military Over Aid Blockage

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Trump Bluntly Warns Venezuela Military Over Aid Blockage

"President Donald Trump speech in Miami included, warning to members of the Venezuelan military to not attempt to block foreign aid. John Clemens reports, Mr. Trump, worn members of the Venezuelan military to not block the mandatory and aid that remains on the border in Colombia, Brazil and Coronel dean, Hernandez or world. Vision tells us about the tons of food and medicine waiting to cross into Venezuela. Water annotation and other essential lifesaving support. So far Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro as not allow the aid to be released for his country.

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Trump Bluntly Warns Venezuela Military Over Aid Blockage

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Trump Bluntly Warns Venezuela Military Over Aid Blockage

"President Donald Trump speech in Miami included, warning to members of the Venezuelan military to not attempt to block foreign aid. John Clemens reports, Mr. Trump, worn members of the Venezuelan military to not block the mandatory and aid that remains on the border in Colombia, Brazil and Coronel dean, Hernandez or world. Vision tells us about the tons of food and medicine waiting to cross into Venezuela. Water annotation and other essential lifesaving support. So far Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro as not allow the aid to be released for his country.

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"coronel" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

09:44 min | 3 years ago

"coronel" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Now, though, and you know, just speaking for Jack and myself, we look forward to this all week checking in with Emily solve the New York Post for the latest on the El Chapo trial, which if it were not the era of Trump where everybody's hair is on fire and screaming at each other and the kids on a mall and old Indians. And rest of it. You're living through this. Everybody would be talking about the El Chapo trial. Emily joins us now. Hey, emily. How are you? Good morning. I'm well. Thank you. Thank you for spending a little time with us again. So tell us what's unfolded in the last few days at the troppo trial. It's been a it's been a very dramatic last couple of days, we've had family drama. We've heard about Amazon Goldman's. Those are completely new details that we've never gotten before. Is that the wife? Yes. His his wife. Emma, Coronel who we know have been told aided in his infamous two thousand fifteen prison escapes, the one the tunnel in the motorcycle. Well in fairness to her. If I went to my wife and said Judy can you help me with an infamous prison escape, and she said, no that would affect our marital bonds, very very likely had a number of things to consider. The motorcycle. Where was he riding the motorcycle in the tunnel? Or did you run through the tunnel and get on a motorcycle, the motorcycle was in within the tunnel tunnel. It was likely it was likely a byproduct of the building of the tunnel because it looked a little bit more like a trolley car to remove dirt. But after he wrote that motorcycle he jumped on the back of a ATV and was taken to a warehouse where Cuba's Senate transferred to an airplane jumped on a horse followed by tractor. And then. Yeah, yesterday, we had definitely the most graphic testimony yet. So it's been it's been an interesting. It's been interesting couple of days yesterday. Jurors heard about three murderers that Mr Bush mon- himself is alleged to have with his own hands. I mean with a gun but him personally the leading order. Okay. Him personally, not those that he ordered. And I I will warn you. Those are probably the details of those are very graphic. It'd probably not suitable for many of your viewers. Brutal to the point where I've I've seen a lot in court over the years. And it was it was a standing to even by even by court reporter standards gruesome. Okay. So this trial has been going on for how long now we just wrapped up our tents. Week week. So what I've been following from your reporting is is how he I knew he bought off, you know, mayors city councilman police force. But then then you go up to the governors and clear up to the president. He had such a network of people helping them was it. Well, I guess it was the old silver or lead some of me paid off in some of them were just scared of them. Yes. I mean, most definitely you know, he had a number at it wasn't. And it wasn't just him. It was because of the vast nature network and the number of people he had across the country who had access to a number of different public officials and offices. You know, be they any of the like they have a number of different tiers of police in Mexico, or you know, like the therapy of the attorney general's office. They had people there were so many connections across this. And they got two people so early that you would have people early on in their political careers who who were taking bribes perhaps by force because they were afraid not to and as they ascended in their careers. They're sort of once you start taking bribes, you don't you can't just say, suddenly, I'm no longer going to hire you right? You went too far. I'm out it doesn't work that way. You don't you don't leave the cartel and in Mexico. It's worth pointing after those who are not familiar with it for a lower level official to be approached and either take a few bucks or a few bullets is not way out of the norm. I mean, that's not that extraordinary development new point out. Then that person's reasonably successful before you know, through the governor. Yeah, that's that's troubling. I hadn't really thought about what I don't understand, Emily. This is really interesting to me at what point do you become a narcos state? Because it would grow over time. And there's a tipping point to where even if you were you wanted to be a good law abiding citizen. You might think boy, I'll bet everybody in this courthouse works for El Chapo. I can't speak my mind here. I have no allies. Yeah. Right. No, definitely. I mean, it's a very it's a very complicated landscape. You know, I'm not I'm not an expert, certainly, and and, you know, the system in Mexico, but I think it's just generally if you if you feel like your public officials are corrupt which I I mean speaking with Mexican reporters were here covering the case. And especially if you have someone who says mythological as tropical is, you know, he's he's a benefactor in certain areas because he would provide certain assistance to towns that felt neglected by by their government officials that sort of you end up with this. That's interesting dichotomy of who you know, who will take care of you who do you trust the classic classic. The people have been doing it all over the world. You see I is is does that. In some towns, you go in, and you know, you re still restore law and order and pick up the garbage and keep the electric city on and they're into on your side. Social, you know, if you have a few have social services that are missing, and you have a essentially an organization like the cartel is that comes in and provide structure, it's a it's a very easy way to to bring people in the Italian mob. New York New jersey, you know, early twentieth century. Emily, Saul is the New York Post reporter covering the El Chapo trial. Have you gotten any sense from some of the cross examination Emily during say that the details of the gruesome tortures and murders and that sort of thing how is the defense dealt with that. Well, so far the violence of the trial has been very very sanitized. We sort of got the sense that the judge told the prosecutors they got one chance to really rela- all of the details, and they they use that chance yesterday. So we haven't started cross on this witness yet. So we don't know how they will deal with that. Specifically, so far the defense with witnesses who has said, you know, well troppo commission to this murder chapel. Commissioned that murder their basic strategy has been to just attack the general credibility of the cooperator who is a member of the cartel is often but in violent like involved in violence themselves, or at least another. Criminal activity. You know, maybe had a drug problem, maybe has nefarious reasons for, you know, just, you know, passing shop. Oh, you know, they have they've gone to hold. It's typically just been a credibility issue. Right. Right. Well, you're not gonna find many angels. Who know what was going on? I don't remember. If we've talked about this. How are they protecting? The jury is the jury are they kept anonymous because he only has to get to one juror. Yes. So the jury is is is very very protected. The jury selection process was one hundred percent anonymous only jury services here in the courthouse is aware of deters actual identities. The the judge himself the the prosecutors the defense attorneys only know them by a number. They are they're picked up every day from private locations by the US marshals service and transported in that from to. And from those locations. But there are a lot of precautions that have been taken surrounding the jury. I mean, they are in the room there in full view of Mr. Guzman of the public and whoever may make it into the courtroom. I would want that. But the details of their of their of their lives that have been have been kept Emily, Saul of the New York Post to Emily fabulous job as always again. We appreciate the time. And and we look forward to talking again. All right. Thank you so much for having. Absolutely. And of course, we'll have links to Emily's in her colleagues reporting on this story. So you can find it quickly at the New York Post dot com. We we say this all the time. We so a lot of people really do take our culture of of honesty and law and order for granted. This. Law abiding and respectful of the long. Yeah. It's got to be frustrating to El Chapo that here. He's at the courthouse. And what you're telling me, there's not somebody that's gonna leak me the names because that's the way it works in Mexico is always somebody who will leak me the names. Yeah. Yeah. You might have the judge and prosecutor in Mexico civilization is a miracle. But once people get used to it, they take it for granted. They think it's the permanent state of things, and it's inevitable that we are reasonably civilized in reasonably safe in our homes. It's not true. All you have to do is open your eyeballs and look around the world. Do you want me to name thirty seven countries where people aren't safe in their homes aren't safe? You know, speaking up politically aren't safe from drug lords and gang lords, and and and terrorist organization, I could name you thirty seven and take a while because I probably get bogged down midway through Africa. But but people take that for granted. It's just the nature of humanity. Yeah. The natural state of man is nasty violent brutish and short. This is short in stature. But short, and life's this isn't a natural thing. We have going on right now where you can live your life and never get extorted or strong-armed most of us. Right, right. It's completely unnatural practically.

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"coronel" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"coronel" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"There ignoring her. She had to also deal with his wife looking at her in freedom sitting out there and cackling away, laughing laughing and laughing as as she saw this Gudauta basically being owned, so she go modest on the witness stand depicting all the time shit, El Chapo was cheating on his wife with her. Yes. And the wife wasn't upset. She was laugh. Well, here's the thing. I think the wife probably is upset about him. But the way you really get to the person the motto is by mocking her, by the way, this Gudauta has turned on Pablo. So she's gonna be hanging out in Arizona. Slurpy across the counter at a seven eleven identity witness protection. So anyway, so the wife Emma Coronel, I spur she was in the audience laughing loudly laughing and at one point the Gudauta ends up. She was she was so upset that she was actually taken out of the courtroom. But she still had her Mike on she's sobbing out there in the hallways. And you could still sobbing going on inside the courtroom, and Emma Cornell is laughing like she just thought she was gleeful over. I guess I don't blame her because she's like guess what sister UT with my man. You know, what happens? I was gonna say maybe I was going to come down on Emma. But I don't think I will. This reminds me of a time when I been crushing championed by Jeffrey Lichtman, who is the lead attorney with all kinds of personal problems going on because of his sexting and texting to his Gaumont. Right. I think he was very critical of you in the past. Yeah. But he is the lead attorney for El Chapo Pablo shorty goose mon-. So Jeffrey lake win had just finished a vicious cross examination me and defending John Gotti junior in that first trial where John Gotti junior was on trial for kidnapping me, an attempted murder, and I had the little pin on microphone. So I went to take the break. And so they don't turn it off. Now taking off and put it down. It'll turn it up. So I go to the little boys room, right? And I'm flushing away..

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"coronel" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"coronel" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"Yes here and he had horses when he Karenna obviously has a lot of horses, and then already ten had horses and loves them and loves raining toward that she does. But Michael was not so much into that. But because Coronel was so much into it. And he was always been so close to current. I kind of share that because he was always saying I remember when he was the first time when he was Ferrari when he when he retired. He said, you know, Karinna has. Dedicated so much time to my passion. I want to give back to her. Now dedicate my time to her passion. And that's what he did. So you mentioned his retirement from Ferrari the end of two thousand six I remember that Brazilian Grand Prix last race of that year. He went from hanging. Go to punch on the opening lap. Didn't any went from nineteenth fourth one of his best races. How how difficult was it for him to step away from Ferrari the team that he'd had so much success with when it was clearly difficult because it was really his passion. And and yeah, as you say he had so much success, but even more it was such close group of friends in a way that that that team was built into such a close relationship. Everybody had been so close, you know, so it was really very difficult. But then at that time because at that time, especially not maybe not in not anymore into those and six but years before there was always racing testing racing testing. And michael. He did a lot of testing because he wanted to make sure and some point also the tires were little bit. Maybe not the best or not the better ones. So he did a lot of testing and that obviously was very draining and into doesn't six he already felt that a lot. I mean, the the two thousand six season, even if it would have been nearly another world championship season was very difficult for his for his physical condition. He had a really sometimes neck problems. And we didn't want anybody to understand that obviously because it would have obviously influenced the championship. But it was clearly like this at that point. It was time for him to go seven eight nine two thousand seven hundred nine he he was away from Formula one. I think he did a bit with Ferrari knee sort of often on an ambassadorial role. But did you see a very different Michael in those threes. Are clearly I mean, he was really of. And I really remember kind of in going into this two thousand seven year. He really looked at me and say, you know, don't even call me for the next half year. You know, I am not available for anything and an equity even understand it. You know, really mean? Yeah, he he clearly meant that. He was he wanted to enjoy the time with his family, and he really wanted to enjoy the things he always wanted to do and still did. But even wanted to do them more often. And but but really clearly he wanted to spend time with his family and with his friends, and he didn't he didn't really have any desire to come back. Actually, he was really happy with his retirement. So it was more down to Russ than kind of to kind of putting the fire economic even to the tested in order to replace Philippe. When he had this problem with nine without the neck problem. Now, definitely had that the the crash in Hungary. But thing which came to a Samad. I don't know the word in the spring was. Yeah. Couldn't drive. So then might was asked to drive and that was kind of at that point. He felt you know, he was kind of. And then he did it. He he couldn't do it and because of his neck, but he did the test. And he he saw that it. I mean, even of course, he had his neck problems. So he could not have driven it then. But he felt that he could still drive. So what reignited the fire, I think? Yes. So when he said, you Sabine I'm gonna go back full-time with Mercedes..

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"coronel" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"coronel" Discussed on 710 WOR

"All good. Right. Most people at my job. Come by the L train, even the students that we have always going to be off. Yes. Of course. I'm glad actually I just hope. Formal should run for president not the governor's choice. Demand for he ain't doing nothing for MTA govern hallways have to step in and help. Why why do we have a madman? In anybody's mind. Why do we have a man if he doesn't step up to do? The governor governor wary a winning the PR game there. That's right. Oh my gosh. People this guy this morning. But the only problem was the area was in was clearing out basically, and in anticipation of the shutdown once we're going down check this out. What am I good customers said he's moving out this week yesterday morning. He told how do you think he feels now I can't wait to see him? I wanna see his face our rents came down. I we signed the lease. So we don't have to pay extra rent. I believe. Back in that. Yeah. When you renew your lease them. What happened? That's okay already signed for two years. But else there are people who moved out there and some believable what happened? And now these people basically screwed. Well, yeah. And there's another big question. Which is. Hey, what took them so long? I think they probably knew about this for all this time. There is another way to do it. Yeah. I don't I don't see how all of a sudden. I mean, great that the governor stepped in. And did it. I'm happy about that. But why did it take so long? I mean, they said that some new technique, but I didn't see anything about how great extraordinary. It is. They just rerouting the wires. Yeah. Why didn't they just figure it out? They had the engineers from Coronel in Columbia. For me. It's kind of weird. But thank you for doing it, though. For finally.

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The Level Of Education Of Dairy Farmers

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

01:08 min | 3 years ago

The Level Of Education Of Dairy Farmers

"And another thing that surprised me whenever I visit farms is the level of education and training that's involved, you know, farms usually have a lot more PHD's running around than you than you'd imagine. Absolutely our vet as a Coronel graduate vet student are nutritious as a PHD, my husband has a degree in agriculture business. My degrees and environmental science right from there. You know, you're hanging out years of experience working on dairy. And then for our employees ease. We have lots of great training programs and faith these schools that they're able to attend. We work with our local university, and our extension specialist come out and train our employees an animal handling how did properly give you know medicine. According to the vets protocols, I mean, the training can go on for a long time. And it's it's really amazing to see. And I think that's one of the big things that's changed over the last. Several decades is the amount. Of education on the dairy. And and what people are really studying to become dairy farmer. Yeah. It's a science.