36 Burst results for "Cuban"
Fresh update on "cuban" discussed on TeeVee
"Everybody's going to realize that we really should not kill each other and be friends and that's literally what happens so although i will say probably pretty close to what ronald reagan would do in a situation like that. I always felt like they are playing nother. Ronald reagan wasn't very stern with the soviet union but also he was the one who met gorvachev and i think there was always this feeling like reagan wanted to make the big step to kind of diffuse things with the russians as well and if if anybody was sort of the showman president up exactly recently you definitely had that i on like entertain symbolism of and understand that also by the way also since we're talking about this sort of resolution part before we get to the whole episode when reagan calls and he says this was very meaningful for me and and nancy thinks so too. I thought that was really funny. Because that's exactly what would say. Reagan always nancy. Here's what nancy has to say. And you're like she's not the president. You're the president doesn't matter i'm gonna tell you how about this too. That was a reagan. Thing so i thought they knew they kind of nailed that but still. I think that you could point to that and be like kind of a magic moment. But we saw the symbolism and symbolism solved this problem. Everybody everybody hug it out. And i get that that that i mean the the little bit of a survivor paradox. Happening here but since we are all alive i would say history shows that a lot of times you get to the brink and then you back away from the brink that anymore. That is the thing that kept me. More grounded in this episode is realizing well crazy crazy stuff happened in you know during the cold war right yeah. Crisis is a great story. Was that the cuban missile crisis. The other one the one guy who decided it was a it was a test..
Daryl Morey on the Sports Analytics Revolution
"So me pawing at this sad window like a hidden aside daryl. I do want to explain the monster. You've created here because the mit sloan sports analytics conference is very well known inside our industry but it is far less stone outside of it. And you and your co founder. Jessica gelman got it going fifteen years ago. Basically in the spirit of moneyball and the spirit of what someone like bill. James did in exploiting data defined undervalued players and strategies and every year you bring together researchers and sacred magicians and wants but now you also get all of these powerbrokers to somehow agreed to be on panels. And i'm talking about owners and athletes and coaches and executives and world leaders like barack obama who was the keynote speaker. One year recently. So i'm just curious first off what sort of thing is stuck in your mind after you wrapped up the conference. Last week. I mean this year. I jumped on the nfc panel actually learned a lot because we had the like the head of mba. Top shots ahead of so rare mark. Cuban who has more More free time than than us to to focus on this and i think teams are obviously the. Nba is out front at the sports top shop. But i think it's just the start of a nba teams exploiting what crypto can do for them as well. It's very confusing to people but I think everyone knows what a barcode as. So if you could have put a barcode on literally anything and no one could copy it. And they can always always know and look up that it's your thing that's been bar coded and that's really all it is you. Can you can really. Nf t anything. The certification estimate The actual item. Nf t could be a combination of physical and digital.
Coinbase Going Public Is the Bitcoin Bull Market's First Big Test
"This week on wednesday april fourteenth coin based will go public via direct listing on nasdaq under the ticker coin. The public listing is incredibly highly anticipated. By the crypto industry of course but also by wall street coin basis q one numbers were absolutely monster and saw some analysts revise their predictions for shares anywhere from hundred ninety five to four hundred forty a share even before the cuban numbers came out somewhere anticipating a one hundred billion dollar valuation. Now that number has crept up f. T. x has listed pre ipo contracts. And say the current trading implies evaluation of around one hundred forty billion to be fair the has been insane as low as nineteen billion to as high as over two hundred billion. I think however in many ways this event is taking on an even greater significance than just a high number and it certainly a bigger deal than just for shareholders of coin. Base in my estimation the coin based direct listing is this bull markets. First big test.
Discord Says It Banned More Than 2,000 Extremist Communities
"2000 communities dedicated to violent extremism and more than 300. Lady to the baseless conspiracy theory. Q. And on NPR's Bobby Allyn explains the group chat app wishes by some of the riders who stormed the capital in January. Discord is a network of millions of mostly private chat rooms of friends or people connected by an interest, since most of its communities are not public like large social networks, far right groups and white nationalists have turned to the site. Discord says in a new report that it deleted 2000 communities with an extremist cause before the Capitol riots and another 300 communities dedicated to the pro trump conspiracy theory. Cuban on William Parton studies disinformation at data and society. While reports like this one are part of a public relations campaign that's meant to say, hey, where we're taking this seriously. I think it's also evidence of the considerable progress they've made. Microsoft is reportedly in talks to buy discord for $10 billion. Bobby Allen. NPR NEWS SAN Francisco The parent company of Norwegian
"cuban" Discussed on Cuban Family Roots PODCAST
"Find your dna guy. Where do we go to get this book. So the best place to go. Is your dna. Guide dot com. Okay so when you go to our website there we've got basically four different profiles you can choose from so if you're looking for birth parents than we have kind of lake to resources for you if you're interested again not ethnicity information then we have a link for you if you're basically just getting started you feel like you're kind of dna newbie. Then you'll want to click there and we'll give you some kind of getting started resources. And for those who are actively doing genealogy looking for an ancestor we have a link for you and so for each of those four different kind of ways you can navigate our website. We also have a free download if you want to go and grab a free download pertaining to ethnicity or finding a birth family or four next steps three your dna so those are all there for you to grab in and kind of get a little something to start you moving on your journey and of course you can also get the book or check out mentoring service there on the website is that was my next question if it if they want one on one Everything is laid out right there on the website..
"cuban" Discussed on Cuban Family Roots PODCAST
"While us amazing. You also told me that one of the o'halloran played a role in the cuban revolutionary war. Toy story three brothers were more than that but the three award in baltimore where the owners of the palace the where they were blasts status lau in the fighter pilot announced they were. They were the owners of the cigar factories in tampa. So so what happened was back in eighteen. Ninety five kua were trying to go to war for independence from spain and the story the went to start. The war is basically a cigar that was rolled at the Actor taken to cuba with secret. Message one of yours to Be sent to On the generals in that message was to you know the coordinates and everything how the wars are winded eight or the rice rice and all that stuff was pretty amazing astonished. Lau was a virtual friends who will semi siege also like a few of even history. History eighteen hundred. He was very close friends In i think They they won. They won a place where we knew. Actually come up with sabar in. So they chose the o'halloran cigar factory for role cr. So it was pretty. You know that the reduce on lassie guards or may the only dental but the one Message was the called. It's the seapower. Liberty distinguished As he had tiny jello specs on the back of record so then base lead later out when other patriot. Neighbors get on. His style was wanting to the cigars and deliver to one of the women in heaven was the insurgency for the island of pizza so he had duquette To to to with with the order for the war and making ninety five so this is a very very amazing story. Also very amazing. Let me ask you can you. Can you acquire like an irish or european citizenship as a result of your your ancestral. I don't know. I mean that'd be great. It'd be awesome. But so it'll be basically the fulfillment in allow. They'll be like the top for this whole thing. That i've done is a life you know he'll be amazing to honor my my ancestry my Irish ascendant i mean. Hopefully one day. It'd be i try. I'm going to get more information about possible to do so. I'll be awesome. Actually yeah absolutely Have you been able to find any records in ireland. Have you been able to move forward with that judge moore. Yes in ireland. What was the island. Leases father's death nother record selbe. You know the part that parish where he was the records is settled right so it wasn't wyoming another county in doubt with cds one in his seventeen seventeen sixty seventy to six or sixty. It shows that he was. They passed away. You know records. That's basically what i was able to find in. Ireland had to know that in ireland. A lot of churches were catholic. Churches were burned down. You know for the anglican. We aren't will note that was born on time In many of those drake for loss but many of them were saved because what ireland in. Ulsan scotland Those countries have out of gallic roots. They record their lineage from father to son so basically you know. I've seen samples of for simple think was your rylance Family tree that goes back to the while. Three hundred. Two hundred eighty. That's amazing Mouth with will transmit that information passed down to the Kids and so. It was amazing for me to find out that now. So it's yes and there's a lot of fun. I i think the library international irish library larry in dublin. They have a lot of those records. I mean not that far back but most some of the parishes there there are digitalized and their online. You can go in search afraid. I think that's where i found wrong. Africa dots up for my eighth com. I hope you enjoy another episode. That cubo family roots podcast. This pat costs can be heard on various platforms such as apple cast cashbox anchor spotify breaker radio public than the few were always working to improve and bring topics importance to you. Please drop us an email. If you have suggestions my email is cuban. Family rules podcasts. At gmail.com we ask that you share this podcast with family and friends this podcast. The irish in cuba was produced by leeann vega and son engineer by torres beyond the lookout for new episodes in april. And may thank you for tuning in happy saint patrick's day..
"cuban" Discussed on Cuban Family Roots PODCAST
"And about thirty seconds. Who alert and i think people are approaching their dini test results like that you're scrolling through your matchless clicking on things randomly and you're like oh my gosh i don't know what to do with all this stuff right so so you're your best organization tool is a question like if you come to your dini matchless thing i want to know about this particular ancestor then you can learn how to find the matches that have to do just with that ancestor like to fill turn essentially your whole match list and give you the handful of people that are just connected to the line you want to research. Oh my god you don't know how scattered i am. So i'm i'm i'm getting your book right away just like most people that's great you know people say There are a number of you know tools for tracking and analyzing your dna results including segment analysis. Is there one to the you will recommend over for those members of highly endogamous populations like s cubans. Yeah right dog. Means tricky. And it's and dna is not as easy when you come from endogamous community. Because what. i was just talking about how you can pull out of your matchless just the matches you want to work quick. It's just a lot harder because the tool we used to do that is called the shared matches tool. And so when you click on someone and you choose showed matches. It's going to show you everyone who's genetically sharing with you and that other person now in non-indigenous communities that works really well right because then you just get this group of people that are related to you just in one one way right through one line with me. That doesn't work because you just get everyone so with dog me. It's really important that you understand and think about a concept. I call the generation of connection. So it's not necessarily a specific tool or a a website that you need to go to but it's just an idea so the idea. Is that with each match on your match list. You have a generation of connection which means that's the place in your matches tree that you should be looking for your common ancestor when you look at your match and the match is say your first cousin. So what's your generation of connection with your first cousin. Well it's your grandparents right. That's the generation in your matches chart that holds your common ancestor. Okay great so. The same principle applies to your third and fourth cousins. It just becomes a lot more genealogy intensive to figure it out because when you're looking at your match and you're saying okay. This person should be my third cousin. Then you ask yourself all right. What is the generation of connection. How far back in this matches tree will i need to go before i run into our common ancestor. Well third cousins share two times great grandparents. Everybody has eight two times. Great grandparent couples. Unless there's multiple relationships or dog me which in your case there may be right but still if you know them then you can see these. Two couples are the same. Like i come from this couple rights or whatever right but at least then you'll know then it becomes like a multiple choice question. Okay i've got these eight couples or these five couples with these six couples. However many you have. And that's your connection. One of those couples should be connecting you. So if you have a hole in your family tree at that two times great grandparent level. You don't you're missing one and you're looking at a match and you can see all of theirs then really. One of their couples belongs in that spot on your tree Just recently after my parents passed away way ahead testing my mom a little bit before she passed away in a test in my. That's oncle bef- before he passed away. And i found out that they were third cousins to my surprise eat and luckily through paper trail i was able to find their common and You know great grand parents. But had i not done that dna tests. I would have never known it. Would you know. I would have known. Because i have so many people in my tree. I can't keep up. Sometimes so yet. The dna tests definitely comes in handy and trying to figure that out is definitely important in following those steps. There's another question that a lot of people have including myself You know you have a sister who has a family tree back to the seventeen. Hundreds along with your other siblings. Who has another has done the same and they have strong con strongly concluded that they have significantly say spanish dna but basically. They're not seeing that the result in their ethnicity estimates from their dna site with with ethnicity. I think the question here is so as always the can we trust. Can we trust it. And why are they different. Why does one sibley get one thing and then another. You know like how how is that. That's very confusing to a lot of people. It is really confusing. Because you're like we have the same parents. Why don't we have the same ethnicity results so the question really really about a couple of things number one is that you have to remember that even though your siblings which is one of the very closest genetic relationships you can have. You still only share half of your dna. That means there's half that is different so you should get different results because you're dealing with different dna so that's the first thing and really it expands your view of your family history when you compare the results of multiple siblings because then you actually get a better view or more well rounded view of your heritage instead of just your own kind of myopic view. Like here's me. this is what my family is. Your only half of your family you know and so it exactly. It's really helpful actually have multiple siblings and to gain that extra perspective so instead of staying at as as wrong or disagreeing with each other. You need to think about. It has another perspective. This is another view of the same data right. I didn't think about that less that really interesting. Yeah the other thing about ethnicity is Like you were saying how they've their paper trail says spanish but we don't see that reflected in their ethnicity and but that's more complicated problem and it has to do with several factors at our dna testing companies. The probably the biggest factor is what we call their reference populations so each company has different reference populations. They've tested different communities of people. And there's different people represented in their database. So number one question to ask yourself as does this. Company even have a strong representation of people from spain. Because if they don't they aren't going to be able to tell you you're from spain so yeah. Understanding my reference population is really valuable and the thing is the company a lot of times. They'll they'll put you in like a broad category like southern european or something like that that would represent that area. Look for that like might not tell you the country you're looking for specifically but look for it in those broad regions which is done saying You somewhere around here. But we're.
"cuban" Discussed on Cuban Family Roots PODCAST
"And now we'll conclude the segment by mentioning over no more irish generals merchants and other sons of ireland such as the riley o'donnell's and farrell's among others surnames can be seen across the island of cuba in the nineteenth century. Many people arriving cuba amongst them were the irish migrants. Although few in numbers played a significant part in the affairs of the island there were engaging occupations than were crucial to the development of cuba. Many irish merchants had important roles in international maritime trade and also in the introduction of machinery railways to install operate and maintain the steam engines that were being introduced to the sugar mills mines and railways. Irish professionals were noticeable in areas such as medicine teaching an engineering. The irish plant escaped the abolition of slavery and establish themselves when their slaves in the cuban countryside. It is also important to point out that a significant number of irish migrants in cuba were also women. And now let's mentioned nor will irish in cuban irish use names and surnames will forever be grieved in the history of our island. Embrace you'll donnie. Was a counselor and representative commander on the city's militia and owner over sugar plantation. He died in santiago. The cooma in seventeen thirty and one of his descendants unrest wanted and valente assumed. The title of countered one in eighteen sixty four while the eighteenth century citizens with disturbing one held office us council members mayor so the city hall santiago in the middle of the twenty century. A center neighborhood in the city was named st your wanting after the major one in june. Seventeen ninety eight said bashing kendall on o'regan son of be scented candle on originally from bailey. Mayon in the county longford was named political. Military governor. Also tiago the tweet geographical pointing cuba bear the name kindle on one of them is equal. Pay your neighborhood in simple district of moral and the other is uneven in matanzas here. The border with saw general or riley is remember for hiring organize the military forces on the island's black and we'll auto bullish use an honor his achievement one of the main streets of the historic center of was given his name. Also a stop on the railway line situated in the municipal district model. The wieners in siwa grandy in the central region of the country also bears the name o'reilly richer o'farrell and daily was a native of the caribbean island of montserrat. A descendant of a family whose lineage traces back to county punk for the turning of feral appears in the family tree of almost all of the havana families with notable titles. in the neighborhood or lovey water in helena. There's a streak or farrel and another call our color they'll farrell after one the irish descendants named one from one of farrell who share the city hall hamana at the beginning of the twentieth century. In fact today to split it mentions bear. The name will farrell in the old. Alana area of the country's capital one is hotel farrell. Which is the home of the archbishop of helena in eighteen hundred one said company. An infantry powell was governor of more in the eastern region of cuba one teary in lacey was responsible for mapping slow the penal modern date. The he went with the mission of analyzing the pine trees to see if they could be used for the ships in the spanish navy. In honor his that you g- rafi. And northernmost point of highland. The being was called. Won'the that theory in havana. One teary was the engineer. In general and twice mayor of the city in eighteen sixteen theory was governor of matanzas a city where one of the streets also bear name on the twenty first of december eighteen twenty six as ship coal revenue enter the airport in extreme east of the island with forty people on board arriving from states. These sellers were mainly from ireland. Scotland in the united states. The irish group was formed by the labor wholesale cornyn and his wife richard power first. His wife and child lawrence hager his wife. And child robber or peter higgins matthew mcnamara the carpenter patrick ovan james mcnamara gem blatantly simon dorn and the blacksmith michael magnum era in june eighteen fifty five. A boy named juan burns whose father was gregorio. His mother was mike burns. Was bob dice in havana. This surname became part of the heart of the intellectual community matanzas. This happened through the educational work of wanna burns the clayton the first headmistress of the school for girls this school would later become the gaza. Lemon iffy sense. You founded in eighteen forty six in later. Through the literary work of the point and revolutionary journalist bonnie facile burn during eighteen sixty one through nineteen thirty six twenty. Five zero burn earned the title of national point of his patriots independence. Work a street in the los almost neighborhood in santiago the bears his name one of the streets in san diego was given the on the infamous governor of the island aboard the old on many irish surnames appear as part of the top enemy of cuba. Besides those already mention names like well natan okay. We embark o'donnell commons maiden and campbell amongst many other on the perpetual testament of the irish incubus. History coming up next my interview with donny's raise a descendant.
"cuban" Discussed on Cuban Family Roots PODCAST
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"cuban" Discussed on Cuban Family Roots PODCAST
"Do. Your parents appear to be related by you. Had no idea how and you're getting a match. That appears to be a sibling. Wow welcome to episode. Four the cuban family roots podcast genetic genealogy one. I'm your host ailing vega podcasting from woodbridge new jersey. Today is april first twenty twenty one and we have an informative epistle but before we begin. I wanna thank our new listeners. From portugal japan and romania. I wanted to wish all my listeners. A happy siblings day in today's episode we're going to discuss genetic kinesiology by explaining what is ginny. Algae as opposed to traditional genealogy how we can use both to work are precise genetic relationships and what are the benefits from genetic genealogy how we can use it to prove a paper trail and discuss the various types of dna tests and their purpose in our second segment. We interviewed diane southern leading voice for consumer dna testing fonder of your dna guide and author of your dna guide. The bulk diane were answer. Some of the most sought out questions from cuban genealogy community. Show explain how to put things into perspective when it comes to having many. Dna matches the ten to overwhelm even the most knowledgeable through the interview. We discuss the best dna to use for highly endogamous populations and she explains why siblings have different ethnicity result. In addition she shares a case in how she was able to help that individual using.
California Gov. Newsom Lashes Out At 'Extremist' Republicans, Pledges To Fight Recall
"Supporters of recalling Governor Gavin Newsom do have enough signatures to get it on the ballot in response, who's behind the partisan recall of Governor Gavin Newsom, Democrats here launching their campaign against the recall effort? National Republicans are coming to fight California. Swimming in this new ad. The effort is backed by anti vaccine Cuban on extremists, white supremacists and Republican politicians who support President Trump. Newsome is now talking about the recall effort, using Twitter to say he won't be distracted by what he calls the Republican recall. Alex Stone.
Police Chief Art Acevedo leaving Houston to become Miami’s top cop
"Texas for the top law enforcement job in Miami. Details for NPR's Greg Allen are not so vato leads the police force in the nation's fourth largest city. He's become known nationally for his outspoken comments supporting police reform following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. At a news conference, he spoke with pride about his leadership in Houston. He said. There's a lot of pain in America now unless we take the time to feel that pain process that pain acknowledged that pain of communities of color It disproportionately are impacted by bad policing. We will never get beyond the summer of 2020 in coming to Miami. Azevedo, who's Cuban American, is leaving Houston for a smaller city with a police force a quarter of the size. Greg Allen. NPR
Biden Declines To Join Calls for Cuomo To Resign
"Foxes. President Biden's made his first comment about New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's current predicament and calls for him to resign. President Joe Biden stopped short of calling for New York governor and fellow Democrat Andrew Cuomo to resign as more women come forward with claims of harassment by the governor. Thanks. The investigation is underway we could see with praises. He spoke to reporters in an impromptu Cuban a on the South Lawn of the White House last
White House narrows income limits for stimulus checks
"Of a threat from far right groups, including followers of the Cuban on conspiracy. Those extremists claim Donald Trump will retake the presidency today. This is not stopping the Senate from carrying on the House adjourned, but not before Democrats passed two major bills last night. One on voting rights, the other on police reform for more. We're joined by NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis. And so Democrats have railed against bills passed in state houses across the country that would make it harder to vote curbing things like mail in voting and early voting that work expanded last year during the pandemic. So what would this federal voting rights bill do about that? Well, this legislation has been a top priority for the party. It's not new. It was introduced in passed in the house in the last Congress. So this vote this week was a bit of a do over. They've called it the most sweeping government reform bill since the post Watergate era. And what wouldn't do it would do things like allow for automatic voter registration, it would make Election day of federal holiday. It would restore voting rights to people with past felony convictions. It would also expand early voting that we saw you so much in the 2020 elections. It would also do things like create more independent redistricting commissions to sort of end party controlled drawing of congressional district. On campaign finance. It would require more disclosure of big donors. It would require transparency about those ads you see in your social media feeds, and it would create a new public financing system for congressional candidates. Would also do things like expand conflict of interest laws that would ban members of Congress from serving on corporate boards and require presidents by law to disclose their taxes. Okay, sweeping to say the least. Thea other bill passed last night is the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act. Police reform has been a democratic priority for a long time. What's in this one? This is another bill that passed in the previous congress. So they're doing it again. This'll legislation would do things that would ban choke holds, it would change so called qualified immunity protection so it would make it easier to pursue claims of misconduct against police officers. It would put restrictions on no knock warrants, and it would require new data collection on a police encounters. It would also direct more money to community based policing programs. This one is not. I mean, it's not as controversial as the voting reforms Bill, which has very strong Republican opposition. No Republicans supported it. There is a bit more support among Republicans for police reform, especially in the Senate. There's competing measure by Tim Scott, who's a Republican of South Carolina. So there's maybe a chance there could be more bipartisan effort to move that bill forward, But the other measure is purely a symbolic one of the stage. It's still a tall order in the House Democrats know based on previous failures that these bills don't have much hope of getting to 60 votes in the Senate, which, of course, is the magic number to break a filibuster, they would need 10 Republicans to vote with Democrats. So why are they so determined to pass them if the prospects looked in Part of this is just elections are making good on their promises. These issues are very important to the Democratic base, and I think it's about keeping that promise. But you're right. I mean, I think that's going to be one of the cork tensions, if not the court tension of this Congress. I think Democrats really sensitive this fact that they control Washington. Now they have Congress and the White House and they want to be able to run in 20 to 2022 on accomplishments. But they have these really narrow majorities in the House and Senate, which really limits what they're going to be able to do. You know, it's not just the filibuster to the parties are really divided right now. There's not much that they agree on. The bigger picture, though, is Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer just doesn't have the votes to change the filibuster, and it's not clear that he ever will in this Congress. One of the biggest opponents, a centrist Democrat, Joe Manchin, of West Virginia. He was asked last week if he could ever see changing his mind. And he literally yelled never at the reporters who asked him the question, Okay, digging in on the filibuster, So just in the moment we have left we have the Senate is still in session. They're debating that Cove in 19 relief package. What's the latest? You know they're making some tweaks to the bill. They've done things like reduced the income limits for people to get those $1400 stimulus checks. There was concerns among Senate Senate Democrats that too much money was going to people who didn't need it. Otherwise, The bill seems to be on a glide path. They don't expect to get any Republican support. But Democrats seem pretty unified behind it. If it passes this week, they gotta send it back over to the house to pass it back over there, but Right now. They're on track to meet a march 14th deadline that they've set, which is when current extended unemployment benefits run out, and they don't want to see those benefits lapsed. So there's a real pressure campaign to get it done by then. OK, that's NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis with the latest thanks to your right welcome. Well, every
Law enforcement on alert after plot warning at Washington DC Capitol
"Right now just shy of two months after the deadly capital riot law enforcement officials say there is intelligence of another possible plot to breach the building today from the Capitol police to the FBI authorities are warning about extremists plotting another attack. The House abruptly ended its work week last night after passing it ambitious policing overhaul bill. It will not be obsession today. Given the threat, though the Senate will convene Today is March 4th, which for decades was presidential Inauguration day. The threat appears tied to a far right conspiracy theory that Donald Trump will retake power today. Several Cuban on groups, though, have been warning followers to stay away from any events today, claiming it's a setup for Trump followers. SOCCER Megane
Law enforcement on alert after plot warning at US Capitol in Washington, DC
"Capital, where police at the U. S. Capitol are on high alert today over security concerns linked to conspiracy theorists, including followers of Cuban on NBC's Pete Williams has details. Capitol Police say they're aware of potential threats and prepared for them today at the Capitol complex, already surrounded by a fence topped with razor wire. With more than 5000 members of the National Guard still on duty, adding to the full complement of Capitol police. Now some Q and on followers believe today is the day that former President Trump will somehow regain power and be inaugurated as the nation's true leader. House will not be in session today. Due to that threat, President Biden
House Cancels Thursday Session After Police Warn Of Possible Attack On Congress
"Capitol Police say they have uncovered intelligence of a possible plot by a militia group to breach the U. S capital today. CBS chief Justice and Homeland Security correspondent Jeff to Gaze reports, the House wrapped up its work for the week, given the threat of violence, the capital, locking down again ahead of more threats from domestic extremists, including many what act the building on January 6, this new bulletin obtained by CBS News. Warns of more violence with little or no warning. The threat is driven by a Cuban on conspiracy theory that former President Trump will be inaugurated tomorrow March forth, the acting chief of the U. S. Capitol, police said threats against lawmakers have almost doubled in the last year. We know that the threats are through the roof. The bulletin also mentions militia plans to take control of the U. S Capitol and remove
Washington DC Police uncover ‘possible plot’ by militia to breach Capitol
"Capitol police and the FBI are aware of intelligence about a possible militia group plot to attack the U. S capital today. The threat is connected to a conspiracy theory. Millie promoted by Cuban on that former President Trump will be sworn into power March 4th, which was the original inauguration day in the U. S until it was changed in January. 20th Nearly 90 years ago. The threat has the U. S. House canceling its session today, and the different types of threat assessment could lead to vary in actual scenarios. That's the hardest part of law enforcement's job. It's trying to figure out what the legit threats are. Versus Just the bogus were quote unquote aspirational threats and chatter they see because you could have two People 10 people online, saying, Boy, I wish I could do this where I want to get a gun and God forbid, shoot so and so, you know, that's aspirational. The idea is actually putting together a plot and putting together a plan and actually mobilizing and getting money and getting people on the road
House cancels Thursday session after police warn of 'possible plot to breach the Capitol' in Washington DC
"Will not have a session on Thursday after reports of possible security threats. Thursday is a date that some conspiracy theorists, including Cuban on followers believe former President Trump will sweep back into power. Capitol Police have said they're aware of a possible plot by an unidentified militia group to breach the building. They're stepping up security at the Capitol building, just in case.
House cancels Thursday session after police warn of 'possible plot to breach the Capitol'
"Stepped up at the nation's Capitol due to reports of a possible security threats. The House canceled. It's Thursday session after Capitol police there a bear of a possible plot. By an unidentified militia group breached the building, and tomorrow is the date. Some conspiracy theorists, including Cuban on followers believe former President Trump will sweep back into power. Another
House cancels Thursday session after police warn of 'possible plot to breach the Capitol'
"Representatives is canceling its Thursday session over reports of possible security threats. Thursday's a date some debunked conspiracy theorists, including Q and on followers believe former President Donald Trump will sweep back into power. Capitol Police have said they were aware of a possible plot by identified militia group to breach the building more from Mike Power on Thursday, March 4th conspiracy theorists believe that the former President Donald Trump, will somehow returned to power to take down a secret code ball of Satan worshiping cannibalistic pedophile. While that is obviously unlikely to happen, Capitol Police are bracing for the arrival of Q and unbelievers in Washington, D C. In a statement Tuesday night, the federal Law Enforcement Agency said it had received concerning information and intelligence so it has taken immediate steps. To enhance our security posture until the late 19 thirties March, 4th was a traditional presidential inauguration day. Cuban on followers believe Trump failed to stop Joe Biden from being president in January and are placing their hopes on March 4th. Instead, the U. S
Capitol Police beef up security over "concerning" conspiracy theory
"Whole city of Washington is apparently on frightened lockdown and we all have toe. Shelter in place and hide under our desks like the Soviets are launching Isobe EMS on us, You know, like the old days, and it's all a big lie. But never mind that because the Who was that the what's her name? She's got a funny name. She's the police chief in the U. S Capitol, and she's and they're locking down the capital and the city. Of what cause you gotta look out. Because, like four Q A non people are going to come and attack the capital tomorrow. This is what they're saying. Now they're saying that tomorrow they got it. They're beefing up security. Why? Security always beefed up. Why is that And it's the only a situation where you'd use the term Beefed up, Beefed up security. That or like Hillary's ankles, but that's that's another thing. Hillary Yeah. Hillary Clinton. U. S. Capitol police beef UP security from March 4th. That's tomorrow amid concerns over Q a non conspiracy theory. That's the ABC News headline. They loved the term conspiracy theory. They never attach it to Russian collusion, which ABC News peddled every day for months and months. But she did well for years. Really, for you who might get it for years, but ABC news and the rest of the media cause they all read from the same sheet music. Nobody thinks for themselves in this city. And then the news media. Obviously, nobody thinks for themselves that all that's quite abundantly obvious. U S. Capitol police beef UP security for March 4th Amid concerns over Q A non conspiracy theory que a non follower, I mean, really what? There's mystery man behind Iraq, like the Oracle of Cuban on Who's issuing secrets because he's got a top secret clearance, and nobody else does. He's been so right about everything else. Honestly, please put down the Internet and step away from the keyboard. Q and on followers believe that Donald Trump will return to power on March 4th if
Capitol Police beef up security over "concerning" conspiracy theory
"And Capitol Police say they're beefing up security this week due to what they call concerning information and intelligence that they have received. It's connected to a Cuban on conspiracy theory that claims Former President Trump will be inaugurated tomorrow. Independence Avenue. It's easy to see the Capitol police and National Guard members and, of course, the security fencing around much of the help in her release, police say Based on the intelligence we have, the department has taken immediate steps to enhance our security posture and staffing for a number of days to include March 4th. Police say there's no indication that violent groups air coming to DC but they're boosting security as a precaution. Neil Log Unstained Wt LP
Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit hard by COVID-19
"You've seen them. It's a series of bright colorful billboards with powerful messages of hope in english and spanish like one in roslindale square big bright letters against a solid background. It ain't easy but keep going. The inside bill unsigned billboards. They've appeared in east boston. Roslindale roxbury dorchester. Boston communities hit particularly hard by covid nineteen and they are the work of gabriel sosa. So says grew up in miami and is now a visiting lecturer at the massachusetts college of art and design artist teacher translator and we spoke with gabriel sosa recently about his art. Heidi thanks for having me. It's great to have you so i there's so much i wanna talk about both in sort of form and message but let's start with message. It is a simple hopeful loving message. How did you land on it and sort of the variations of the messages. You're using it came from a long process. I was scheduled to have a public art project at some point in the spring or summer of twenty twenty i had been thinking about the different ways that that could take place and listen to the pandemic and then i really came upon this idea of. What can an artist offer right now. And i thought well you know arts can offer. Space for critical reflection can offer a space for comfort and is based on solidarity and then they use of the words. North fascinated me growing up in miami in a cuban american community. Those words are so intelligible cross spanish speaking countries. There's this kind of special flavor of solidarity with that. You can be standing in the long line and someone will look back at you. Either miami or havana. And say hey. North fosse's limits this way of saying you know. Hey i got you. That's where that spirit came from. And then it just seem logical thinking about my My bilingual miss my cultural mess and the large finnish speaking population in boston that it made sense to offer both in english and spanish. This new fascinating easy. Let's talk about this idea of solidarity. Which you you say. This work expresses these messages of hang in there. Keep going express. What does it mean to you. And and how do these billboards express a kind of solidarity. It means that you understand someone that you are wish them and hopefully that expresses itself in some way to be on on the same page to know where someone is coming from. Why is that so important right now. Well needless to say the world has changed right before our eyes were about a year into this pandemic things that seem sort of unthinkable or almost a little sifi for us have become normal and not only the pandemic but also in this country everything the twenty twenty brought us and i think just being able to to say to someone look i. I know what you're going through or i can sympathize with you. I think he's just one of the most important gestures that anyone can make. Let's talk about the medium. you chose for minute. We we just finished talking about the message. Producer jamie bologna. And i were both so struck by your choice to use billboards. I think we share a fondness for billboards and the you know that sort of passing way. They communicate with people in their communities in their daily life. What made you land on. Billboards came from a place of my being interested in text in the public space in this kind of range from things like bumper stickers window signs street signs painted on ashfall adopt myself. Would something i can do that. Shares message that considers social distancing that's visible and then sort of seemed like a logical option and there's also such a rich history of artists that have used billboards as a media. I mean there's spending coincides thrown is there's crew gird at scott so it was really exciting for me to tap into that traditions. Well
How Jenny Lorenzo Became the Internets Favorite Cuban Abuela
"Jenny. I'm almost have to admit not accustomed to seeing you as jenny. nobody else. Is that what you look like. I want to take a listen to the first video that you ever did. Hold up today. Go to pick up one three gilead of better sex for three going on meeting me gomez day metal supplement. Okay iressa on. And off for the love of god. So here's what's interesting. It's the first video that willa was ever featured in for buzzfeed but she insisted prior channel of mine called aggressive comex and a boiler was first introduced as a superhero Because this was a channel that was predominantly white male audience. I talked about video games and comic books and movies. Sifi strictly me being nerd and then at some point i did a movie review of the film kick ass and me and my writing partner for the show was to the cuban well because he knew that i kind of already did that sort of thing and so it was the same terrible wig that you do see in that buzzfeed video i think i through like baby powder on it to make gray and she had like this painted red mask over her eyes with like a fly swatter as were weapon and then eventually it made no sense for the channel. But you can tell that. I yearned to make this sort of content. It is interesting that something that is as big as a bulla takes that many iterations to get there like. I think there's a lesson in there for any creative. That is not necessarily that. The opening gambit is where you land now never being a nerd is as much a part of your identity and culture as being cuban. It seems did you see characters on tv or in media. Who has a latino nerd you identified with not really wasn't until recently that i started seeing that representation especially in a show like no spooky because these are a bunch of latino gods that are into the macab and they're a bunch of nerds and outsiders because that's a big part of me to what most approximated your own experience i would say. A lot of that was in black television. You see urkel you see. Carlton banks a lot of these like nerdy people of color on tv. Maybe sometimes says from that seventies show me. He had like a bit of a nerdy flair to him. I feel like latinos on tina's specifically were usually depicted as like very sensual loud colorful. You know things sofia vergara in modern family that was the typical depiction of what was and. So that's why. I had a hard time in the audition room. I didn't fit any mold of what especially miami casting paint a picture for me of what auditioning in miami looked like. It was a nightmare for me. I would show up and for those who don't know me. I'm like five feet pasty skinny little shits and he but then i have this like deep voice. No one knows what to do with me. So then i shopped to these auditions and they were usually little late sorta lottery or like colgate but then i would be up against women my age but they looked like supermodels and then there was me so then i just never felt like. I was sexy in us to sell toothpaste. I remember my very very first universal casting audition. It was for the florida lottery. And i had to be like this sexy. You're even an award. These like plastic clear stripper heels. I don't know. I don't know what i was thinking but i was nineteen years old. The silver lining of this terrible experience is that emotive issue to become a creator. I was tired of this. I was so tired. And then i did a couple extra work. Gigs was extra on. Burn notice and dexter. And guess what. I was scantily clad and tacky his hell because that's what they thought of people in miami. All of these shows always depicted people from miami in the same way and it always took place in south beaten always involve drugs and sex and violence. Which is another reason why. I'm working so hard today. To eventually sollers show. That depicts miami in a more authentic way so yeah it pushed me to go to school and learn how to do everything else on my own.
"cuban" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil
"What i care about. Would you have looked at the opportunity differently in twenty years later. Same mark cuban. You know pro pro rata your your your your business. Success in sales in getting into the nba at the current valuations exact. Same way. 'cause i love basketball just like you love cross. Yeah i've been a basketball junkie. My entire life and me have to find is being able to go out you know on the nba court at the american airlines center. And just get up shots before every home game where you know before it set up just going down there and shooting all. I want to go into the practice facility and shooting with the guys. I mean like a big kid and you know the value there is is. You know you can't put an amount on that you know the business part that i know that right. I'm not perfect at it. You know. I'm still learning but i'm decent at it and so i know what to do there And i'll will do what we can but like we don't maximize the ticket prices. Yes that's not our goal. I you know. I'm not trying to optimize my revenue Yield per ticket. I don't care right. I'd rather have a full house in pride all this. We had a sellout streak that was like eight hundred. Some games long because you know i wanna have people in the seats that helps me win when you have an going nuts in a full house the players feel it and you know i feel. Yeah there's there's just nothing better. I think about your fan experience. Push early on and you wanted. I remember hearing it somewhere and we talk about it with our team. It was like this has got to be a kick ass experience. You're an arena sport. Which is always going to be better because it's better controlled environment than an outdoor sport. So how are we going to get the family to come in and you were early on to pushing you know a younger youthful experience which interesting about us is when i used to play an emo. We'd show up in. It felt like our audience was the same as an amusement park. And there are a lot of kids and we need beer drinkers. So like we're actually trying to get more millennials to our games. And then when i read you you're trying to get more families and i know we're we're operating from different starting blocks but the first thing we had to figure out that i had to figure out when i bought the team is what business are we in and the nba thought we were in the business of basketball and when it came to in arenas we weren't. We're the business of experience you know you remember the first time you went to a game. You know young lacrosse player. Who's really undergrowth though. Remember the first time they went to appeal l. Game or allow game right. Yeah remember whether it was her mom their dad. Their anther went with their team. You know. I remember the first time. I went to a college basketball game with my sixth grade teammates that my coach took me to write yet and it was. You remember the experience. You don't remember the score you don't remember who scored you don't remember the dunks winning. It's the only place when that balls in the air or either sport right and it's headed towards the net and every collectively of holding their breath and you're either or yelling you know or or commiserating. Where else do you get to do that. And what other. What other industry week when you win a championship. The whole city's on fire. Yup you know everybody's going nuts and they throw a print. They don't throw. It breaks for apple netflix. Ibm whatever right. Yeah they throw. The team wins a championship. And that's what makes it so different and you have to realize that experience. That emotional connection is really what you sell and you start to now with the mls with you guys with some of your games. You seen as well when you've got a fan base. That's really into it and you know you talk about beer drinkers. I played rugby forever. We never really had many fans but they were all drinking beer threat and would it break a beer. And they're allowed you know and when you see the mls fans going nuts and you're going nuts right now when they're young you hear the young kids agreement and that's one type of fan but when everybody's singing songs and you know waving the colors and all that left the experience both those guys don't even go for people don't even go for lacrosse or soccer. They go for the beer drinking and hanging out tribalism. Yeah just being part of the experience. Yeah yeah that's actually that's absolutely right. And then the the multiplier layers distribution so to hit on your thoughts And i'm not gonna talk about ratings Talks to you about ratings. I wanna talk about more macro theory. So that the future of of media and if the holy grail is still television were seen cord cutting. I started doing some reading around the eighties and the television era and hbo and espn and when they had fourteen million households that had cable. It was booming. Then i i wonder where you think we're going to net out with owned and operated. I believe a future's going to be broadcast so you'll own and operate cable's going to go to streaming we're already up taken streaming wars kovic and accelerator perhaps You're seeing live sports as now the largest customer acquisition tool to a lot of the entertainment at didn't think that would be the case. For the streamers which bodes really well for us in our business. So if if the future is is broadcast owned and operated so you'll see a trimming of television and then you have streaming for the distribution of the games. What's going to happen with. Rsn's ends and do you think that the owned and operated cord cutting will level out at fifty million. What your guests there. Okay so last. One i i have no idea where else okay would you know. Bits are bit. Yeah right. I started a company. Hd net which was the first all. I depth television network when people thought high-definition was never going to be a thing right the. Tv's cost twenty five thousand dollars. Yeah no one could have played twenty five thousand nine. I'm like no you don't understand. The price. point is going to go down now as time went on and streaming became more abul even when we started the streaming industry when we started audio net back in ninety five late ninety four ninety five the biggest limitation. We had the mutations we were processing power and bandwidth right and does the processing power went away but bandwidth was still an issue up until five years ago. Maybe yep then you started theme you know two hundred three hundred released one hundred megabits to a home not being a big deal once that happened. That's when court cutting really came into play because people could easily make the switch wasn't only price. It was the fact that it would work. Because early on when you stream your your net. Flex member netflix's original dvd. That's right. it would bother her.
"cuban" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil
"The sophisticated ownership groups can figure out how to be agile around us. Joe tie is an example. Who's our lead investor the po l. Know some of the conversation. Now the james harden's over at the nets who the team. He owns You know there's some conversation like whether they're trying to keep kevin durant right in future deal so it that's a that's something that's different in. The nba may be exciting for the fans. But how do you think about the business. Impact of of guys looking on deals it a couple of people there. One is the culture of the team. what be impact of any given player on the culture and the team you know my role is rule. Is you can have one knucklehead. You can't have to. Because then they hang out together and start dragging people down So culture is critically important. If you don't have chemistry with the nba or bailout and ain't gonna work right and that always a challenge. We've seen super teams fail miserably to. There's the business side. I'm blessed financially. So i'm not worried so much about the business side. I'm worried about getting more of those. Those larry but he's back there and But in terms of investing it means always looking for an edge. You know for a while you know. We were the first to have a fulltime analytic sky first team to have a full-time performance coach. I mean team psychologist and that really paid. Dividends both did but it starts to become a very efficient league over time so now getting more advantages in terms of analytics isn't about just using box score data. It's artificial intelligence. It's hose estimation. It's all these different things that Computer vision that. You're trying to talk to the smartest people you can find and say okay. What edge can you give me. Just gimme one more win right or give me a way to determine you know that this is better or that's better and it's not just about threes versus twos or mid range. It's okay what it could be anything right. Just give me an y'all nets were we spend a lotta time investment. It doesn't really matter who might players are right. I'm doing this to get an edge. And it's the same thing with performance technology people's health mentally and physically. You know how do you keep guys healthy. I funded a study on. Hgh where there's never really been a study to determine of of hgh really was performance enhancing. lacrosse has an olympic sport. Right is it. Will we have provisional recognition now. Starting in two thousand eighteen so on the path to to elliott twenty twenty eight gold medal participate used to be but in advance of that. We follow world doping rules. Okay so i was gonna say if he did have that you guys can be way ahead of the curve. They're seriously you know there's never been any research that says that. Hgh is detrimental to any human being suggestive things. You know where people doctors suggest. Wild increases cell grow so that can lead to more cancer right. But there's no research whatsoever saying that there's not even really research other than one. Study talking about performance enhancements yet. There's nothing out there and just like what used to to ban caffeine during the olympics. Right there's just. They just did it because they thought they were supposed to do it. And so. I went to the university of michigan and i said look. I'll pay for a study i wanna know can we use. Hgh to help is recover from acl surgery faster. The answer was yes you know stoke the league given all the circumstances this year. I'm not going to push it on the nba or anybody. But we're looking at future alternative studies to confirm it because if you can if i can't or the nba. Can you know. Make it easier to recover from inevitable. Injuries make it easier to preempt. What would have been inevitable injuries. That's better for the players. That's better for the league. That's better for all sports. Right better for kids. 'cause you see kids growing up playing lacrosse all day every day. You're just like kids growing up playing basketball all day everyday. They get repetitive stress injuries. They get the same injuries over and over and for girls. It's even worse yet. They're blown out there. Need you know more often than not yet. And i'm always looking for a way to to make better for our players wherever personal medicines involved wherever you know. Technology is involved wherever nanotechnology is involved. What ever it is yet. You know. I'm gonna be there trying to get that edge so you have the the psychology of traditional steroids which which you know were The these chemicals Outside of the body's natural development which you mentioned g. h. and testosterone or both a natural Genes that are our bodies creating so the traditional thought around steroids isolated. If you think about performance enhancement. I mean tennis players golf players. They get sick surgery players recovering from surgery. They get stem cell bait butlers tommy john surgeries a performance enhancer question towed to mark the right. I still probably the water is the biggest root of the problem. Because that's what makes fans think that they're cheating right because you did. this helps. baseball handled it in the late nineties right. But just like caffeine right. Oh you drank coffee before the game. You know it becomes common once you decriminalize it right once you stigmatize it and so you know. I'm trying to get the nba to extract itself from the olympics. And do just like soccer does soccer stance. I think it's twenty one and under right and anybody over because the nba. We need more business. We need more global business. We should be creating our own world cup period end of story yet. We don't need the olympics. It's the dumbest thing that the nba does because we take our best players and they play for an organization effectively the usa basketball which is part of fiba which then feeds into a limp. The olympics the olympics is for profit. Even though it's nonprofit there's so much graft and greed there and so we're making billions in the nba only contributing to the making billions of dollars over every four years. And what do we get in. Return a little bit of branding visibility that we could recreate by doing her own world cup and owning the whole thing just like soccer does yeah. I mean just beyond ridiculous. Yeah and you know those types of battles but and it starts. This conversation starts with water unite. They do dumb shit. Don't care and just on a power trip. It's not like people are like. Wow water really protected me you know. They kicked off a russian. You know after. They had been detained. Were right nobody. Felt like water was protecting anybody. Yes just you know. It's just there and shouldn't be not not that we don't need standards we do yet. But they're li should be some common sense and a reduced amount of hypocrisy..
"cuban" Discussed on teikirisi
"Miami are a little louder than the channel k very true and not not because they are inherently louder but because as a community there are so many of us. Miami became the place where cubans went to after the revolution. The cuban sandwich from tampa down to miami in the late nineteen forties because the cuban population in miami began growing just before the revolution in nineteen fifty-nine. Miami gave it a makeover removing the salami. There's also a couple things at miami changed as well. For instance the cuban bread. I grew up eating a cuban sandwich. Press thin on a plunger yemi to you. Code it with butter. You press it on a lunch on a sandwich. Press in outcomes like a really crispy flatten bread that also melts cheese. But that hasn't always been through. The cuban sandwich in tampa was actually not pressed in the resolution. Cuban bread made in tampa was scored with palmetto palm. Fronds this rivalry between miami and tampa over. Who takes credit of of the cuban sandwich had been going on so long and so strong that twenty twelve the actual matter was put to a vote and it was resolved by popular vote that the city of tampa florida is to take credit for making the cuban sandwich and it is specifically called the historic tampa. Cuban sandwich. i also read somewhere that they were considering. Trademarking it at some point. But then we're like this is going to be an issue where everyone has going to have to approach the city of tampa whenever they make cuban sandwich and they're just like you know we can deal with that like that's too much for the city of tampa. Just that's when you're like. Oh jesus way too far with this sandwich thing. So people have been asking me for ages. As i've mentioned whereas the best cuban sandwich and i have been on the hunt. I cannot say that. The search for the best. Cuban sandwich has been exhaustive. But i can definitely say that. I have tried to cuban sandwich that has made my heart sing and that cuban sandwich lives at mike. Cubans spot abe anthony. That in go on his brooklyn founded in started by chef. Louis through which we had the pleasure of connecting with and interviewing for this episode. miami people. Please don't come for me or come from me. I don't know. I stand by what i say. I think that mike cuban spots cuban sandwich is better than the cuban sandwiches i've had in miami there. I said it. Sorry not sorry. It's because the cuban sandwiches in miami used sliced.
"cuban" Discussed on Cuban Family Roots PODCAST
"Who was one of this dogs that he He came from a place in spain. Couple which is in the promise of over and he came around eighteen hundred three with his father.
"cuban" Discussed on Cuban Family Roots PODCAST
"Thank you for tuning in to the cuban family roots. Podcast this episode to the spanish influence on the island of cuba. I'm your host leann vega. Do you have spanish roots wonderful. What region in spain ever wonder about your customs and culture to get to the bottom of these questions will provide a historic or recount of the spanish migration to cuba in our family roots segment. Our guests will tell us about his two great grandfathers both who came from the release region in spain to cuba and their influence on the cuban families in our genealogy tipple the day segment. we'll recount an offer some tips on how to get to the bottom of where. Your spanish ancestors came from but first let's dive into segment. One historical perspective colonization of cuba after the discovery of cuba by christopher columbus at october twenty eighth of fourteen ninety two. The spanish settlement started in the island. The colonizers arrived in once and for all imposed costume cultures and ways. Spanish rule lasted until the end of the spanish american war in eighteen ninety eight when spain. Finally relinquished control all. This final caribbean colony cuba. Spain also lost. Control of puerto rico. One and the philippines as a result of this war.
"cuban" Discussed on teikirisi
"I don't think so either. But i don't know somehow we got from crooked those to jose at the it happened here at take easy folks. Yup don't tell everyone anyway. Get great what else do we have. We have book ethos another book. Idaho cuban deviled ham sandwiches. So there's little small finger sandwiches and the bread is kind of like a dinner roll in that size and sort of shape as well and then they're sliced in half on the inside is a sort of ham paste. That is actually made with ham cheese roasted red peppers mayonnaise. Sweet pickles. Olives complement does. If i had to really give you an equivalent of what the ham paste tastes like the best that i have found is pimento cheese and they're delicious and you can have ten thousand of them and not feel it. It's like air moves so fast lead. Does the magic word busta lethal the closer to breakfast that you are the more likely you are to get some leaders. So busta lethal are a puff pastry. It can sometimes be chrome buttery a little moist on the inside super buttery and it stuffed with some form of fruit paste. The most common ones in some of the most delicious ones are stuff with guava paste. I've seen some mango paste ones. There's guava paste with cream In some also have meat Also even seen based up within which they just take pizza ingredients and somehow make it into a little. If i'm being really honest if i can be vulnerable for a moment. This is the thing that i missed. The most about cuban culture in miami linked to the point that i will sometimes walk into a bakery order of turnover. And tell myself you are up lethal and it's so sad but jordan. I have since moved on and learn how to make my own butter. Lido's i actually learned it from watching my big fat. Cuban family marta. She makes a good one and she made a recipe in shared it. And then i started making it so shout out to my dad. My big fat cuban family all right so We've got a lot of food but it's still not know a start with a typical party. That isn't a birthday you'll at the very least have some flood or i'm salute lantis legislation relations. Yeah but i let us means three milks in carmen. What are the three. The three milks can be whole milk. Sometimes heavy cream is used but definitely sweetened. Condensed milk and evaporated milk and they soak spongy bread. You so yummy ended on top. You have to have a shit ton of meeting and if you're getting really fancy you put a little cherry on top that nobody actually cares lights. But it's there you do america no cherry if you are attending a birthday party especially a children's birthday party what do you get you get on gay muslim. They get any new. So the cuban it they allow or the cuban birthday cake is usually eat humongous like the bigger. The cake dissatisfied. Bright like. I think that it's definitely a status. Symbol the cuban bennett. Bela is usually huge rectangular cake that covers almost an entire table..
"cuban" Discussed on teikirisi
"Guay abayas guava and gua- beta sounds a lot like the veda also might look a little bit like spanish military uniform so this was possibly worn by soldiers during the cuban war of independence. And today you will find it on your uncle. People two men are wanguo at us and they're wearing dressy shoes and a hat and now you are properly dressed to go to this party. You drive over to the party and the entire family like all generations of the family are going. It's very rare that you find a cuban party that's like just for a certain age group everyone goal and then once you get there carmen you say to every single person and what does it mean to say. Hi rita it means you kiss everyone on the cheek and in miami a kiss on the cheek is one kiss on one side of the cheat. So it's it's not like the double kisses from spain from france. It's a single kiss. And this is one of those things that as soon as i left miami and i started interacting communities. That were not cuban. I realized how weird this is to everybody else. Miami people for the first time you give them a kiss on the cheek so just as specified kissing on the cheek happens from women to women from women to men but men to men usually do not know cheek men to men might like give themselves a Hug or handshake. I went to college away from miami. That was the first time. I ever saw people my age shaking hands and i was thinking. Wow these people are like business there really professional people. I didn't understand. Because when i grew up in miami i thought that owning business people show cans. Do you remember kissing literally your entire middle school. Every single morning. I would get to school early in order to kiss everyone. The worst part is is that if you walk into a party and you forget to kiss one person you're never going to hear the end of it. You must say hi to everybody and you must kiss every single person there so now that you've done your dude now that you've gone around major rounds everybody even the people you don't maybe some people you end up kissing them twice. Whatever you're just for good measure just so that you don't get it twisted that i didn't do it ya so now. We're at the party. We're here commer. He was going on around us. Well llano mangan. Oh baby wanna google. Who brought some kind of instrument and they are setting up shop. And it's about to get fun. Yes so you might bring some mccaw. We'd off bongo all of these instruments. That are pretty portable. You can bring them to the parties and either use them to play along with existing music like you know saturday someting etc or you have basically a band going on if you can improvise some verses of one animator..
"cuban" Discussed on Get Up!
"Fragile it is. It is a player that is in our league that you know a lot of players have come in contact with So that's a concern and that that's the prudent as wise prudent for Adam to suspend the season two we get a whole grasp of it. This is people's lives at stake. This isn't about basketball. This isn't about the Mavericks. This isn't about you know. When did we start or do we start? Or How do we start? This is this is a pandemic a global pandemic where people's lives are at stake in a lot more worried about my kids and my mom who's eighty two years old talking to her and telling her to stay in the House on than I am about when we play our next game. That's of course mark. Cuban he's going to join us live in ten minutes. I wanted to bring Matt Barnes into the conversation for a variety of reasons. But first and foremost you were sitting here yesterday and you told us that you were draymond. Green Birthday Party on Saturday night. Would you share with the audience here for those? Who ARE NOT WATCHING yesterday. What the conversations were there? It was everything but that and they're very high profile people throughout the NBA. In the in the music industry there were there and I didn't hear one conversation about the corona virus at all in fast forward. What three or four days later? And it's an epidemic now so it just shows how fast type can change I. I think that's informative. Just if only to give a sense of how quickly things are moving quickly. Things are changing. It brings back the point and I can see you. Sort of shaking your head. Every time Laura's interviewing Jeff Passan and she saying for the moment he is saying in that moment for the moment. Everything is scheduled to go on as planned read earlier. This morning. The Players Championship is going on as planned. And I can see out of the corner of my eye each time. Someone says that you shaking your head. I mean I was just actually during the break in touch with one of the most prominent. Nba Referees said that. We're dealing right now with trying to get our guys tested. Obviously Courtney Kirkland being involved in that game last night led to the suspension. The concern over here is is so many different layers to this and it's it's so much more than the surface layer that we see and again. I'll just repeat myself. Do not be on the wrong side of history. Do not be late because you were trying to save a little bit of money or trying to make somebody happy. Be early in these you if you read. What happened in Italy if you read? What happened in Korea? If you re what happened in in China the faster that you can deal with this the fast you can get it contained. It worked out better. There has been success. In those countries specifically China and Korea by getting it contained early. We have to learn from what they did and they shut down their sports. And that's just gotTa happen. It's not a negotiation at this point anymore. You've got to be on the right side of history of this. I don't know what any is there. Any possible reason for delay. Pj Championship is the highest profile event on the PGA tour because players from the entire world. Come there everybody was in planes getting their this it's not even comparable to the NBA. This is a no brainer situation players championship going on as the players on the course right now in Ponte Vedra Florida. I must say something as it pertains to mark Cuban. You don't think Mark Cuban wants to make money like markings made money his whole life. He loves that it's like what he does is. We wakes up this what he breathes for the fact that Mark Cuban is came out and said we have to do. What's right in the best interest of our players in protect our families and our staffers? That's bans insights into the of this. He is becoming the face of the league. Because he's on the right side of history just like you said and he's making a stand but what's right. We will have mark live as I said. Just a couple of minutes here and so much of what we're saying. I think runs contrary to the way. Our minds are trained to think because sports has always been the diversion that we used to get away from problems that we will be again Greenie. It will be again. But it's the Flu Vaccine Horn understand suspending something. And cancelling something understand that. It's still going to happen. It's just right now with suspended not cancelled okay. We will take a very short break and then we will mark Cuban into this conversation he is an NBA owner. He had a lot of comments last night. That was his reaction. When I saw that the season had been suspended you will hear his thoughts this morning when he joins us live in. Just a moment here on get up plus the NCAA tournament as we speak skill scheduled to be played the men's and women's tournament next week should they be Jay. Bilas will answer that question as we continue with you get up on. Espn WE are back.
"cuban" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"Mornings don't always go the way we want them to but now the new starts when you want it to morning edition from. NPR News is now available on demand. Weekdays from seven to three just say Alexa play morning edition from NPR music. This is outlet Dino I'm Felix Contreras and a special collaboration and this is also this week's episode of all songs considered because well Bob Boylan and Robin Hilton are keeping things running smoothly around the tiny desk. I am sitting in the park in Havana Cuba. Why because this past week the NPR tiny desk contest winners tanking? The bengals were part of a historic it cultural exchange between New Orleans and Havana that was designed to remind us of a musical connection between the two cities that goes back hundreds of years. They were invited by the Cuban band. Sima funk for a series of concerts and events that was billed as getting funky in Havana that also featured another band from New Orleans. The soul rebels and a youth banned from the trombone Shorty Foundation. This was a jam packed week. Full of many emotional moments and incredible music performances performances this week old Latino and also is considered being you highlights from a week in Havana. The first stop was the conservatorium Amadeo roll down. Cuba's most prestigious musical institution. History was definitely a theme on this trip. And if the walls up this conservatory could talk. They would tell the complete story of contemporary Cuban music. It opened in one thousand nine three and it moved to its current location in nineteen forty two. It was is renamed. For a pioneering Cuban symphonic composer it's alumni include A. Who's who of Cuban music going back over a century but today with a beautiful carribean morning of crisp blue skies and soft cool breezes outside tanking the bangles and the sole rebelled were packed inside with about one hundred and fifty a young Cubans students gathered in small performance space and they were there to witness an exchange of cultures after band of secondary school musicians from Cuba played late? Some Latin Jazz..
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