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Native America Calling
"cusco" Discussed on Native America Calling
"This is national native news. I'm Antonia Gonzalez. Tribal college and university students from across the country were honored Tuesday night in Albuquerque by the American Indian higher education consortium, students were awarded for their skills and knowledge sports and arts after three days of competition in various events at the consortium's 2023 conference. 37 students from oglala Lakota college in South Dakota traveled to New Mexico. Don tobacco Frank is president of the college. She says, while students enhance their skills at the gathering, they learn valuable lessons back at their TCUs. The importance of tribal colleges and universities is to make that broader impact within the communities to really strengthen and build culture, the language to help reduce students who graduate in whatever fields of the tribal colleges offer in order for them to go back and work to feel their own individual goals. A majority of our students want to help return back to their reservations to help or through their own lens and help their people. Oglala Lakota college serves the pine ridge reservation and also has a satellite location in Rapid City and on the Cheyenne river reservation, offering degrees in business, social work, nursing, and other fields. Longtime leader of the Navajo Nation, Peterson's law passed away Tuesday in Arizona, the Navajo times reports. Zah was chairman of the Navajo council in the 1980s before becoming the first president of the Navajo Nation in 1990 when the tribe shifted its government system. He's being remembered for his lifelong advocacy for Navajo people, including encouraging young people to finish school and pursue higher education. He reportedly had complications with cancer and was 85 years old. Three yupik mushers from Southwest Alaska are among some of the most experienced racers in this year's iditarod, the 1000 mile sled dog race from anchorage to nome got underway Sunday. Former iditarod champey Kaiser from bethel finished off his 7th win of the Cusco quin 300, he's one of the racers to watch, as well as two mushers who've had successful past finishes, Richie deal of and Mike Williams junior from akiak, Williams has returned to the iditarod after taking a break from the race, bev Hoffman, a yupik musher, and a longtime Cusco 300 organizer has spent decades working to bring Alaska native mushers back into the sport, which in the early years of the iditarod had a crowded field of native mushers, later eclipsed by a well financed group of career mushers who could afford to train year round. Hoffman says it's rewarding to see the three mushers. I think all the chances are great. Mike was downplaying his own race scene that he didn't have a lot of training. But he's unreal well in the local races here. Pete and Richie last year they did real well and then and they have tucked dogs and the European one was on this route. Kaiser won the iditarod in 2019 and finished 5th last year, deal has run the iditarod ten times and finished right behind Kaiser last year in 6th place. Williams junior is running his 8th race of the iditarod this year's race has the smallest number of contenders on record, which Hoffman believes improves their chances for success, given their experience in not just the iditarod, but the Cusco quim 300, a 300 mile race on the frozen Cusco quim river. Our training is so tough out here. You just get hit with everything. Overflow. And I think that I'll better prepare these teams from this area. Hoffman says many past, I did a rod champs, came to bethel to compete to toughen up their teams. I did rod standings can be followed online. I did a rod dot com. I manton Gonzalez.
AP News Radio
Peru closes Machu Picchu as anti-government protests grow
"Hundreds of tourists remain stranded after the international airport near the city of cuzco in Peru, was partially closed due to ongoing demonstrations. Anti government protesters marching, aguas caliente, a town near Cusco. The culture ministry says it had closed the conscious most famous tourist attraction, Machu Picchu, as well as the Inca trail leading up to the site to protect it says the safety of tourists and the population in general. Local officials are teams of guaranteed safety of tourists in the city of Cusco, at least looking out for the safety of each and every one of them. Some 417 visitors have been stuck at Machu Picchu and unable to get out more than 300 of them foreigners. The closure of the Incan Citadel, the dates back to the 15th century, and is often referred to as one of the 7 wonders of the world, comes as protesters from outlying regions, descend on the capital Lima. I'm Charles De Ledesma
AP News Radio
Dozens killed in protests against Peru's government as unrest continues
"Anti government protests are spreading in Peru. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. Riot police firing tear gas as demonstrators for rocks in the tourist city of Cusco. Protests against Peruvian president Dina bell Arte's government began a month ago after she replaced Pedro Castillo ousted as president and arrested following his attempt to dissolve Congress and head off impeachment. So far 47 people have been killed in the protests, health officials in Cusco say 16 civilians and 6 police officers were injured after protesters tried to take over this city's airport. Many foreign tourists come to Cusco to see sites that include the inconsiderate of Machu Picchu. I'm
"cusco" Discussed on WTOP
"The top stories were following for you on WTO P, there's new information about the Walmart supervisor who police say shot and killed 6 people in Chesapeake, Virginia before turning his gun on himself. Police say he bought the handgun he used legally just before the attack. He also left a note on his phone saying coworkers had harassed and mocked him. Virginia governor Glen youngkin says he wants to pursue tax cuts, though he says he will do show do so cautiously. He had talked about eliminating the state income tax on the campaign trail. For the second time this month, the Rockville gun shop has been the target of a burglary this time criminals rammed a car into the shop and made off with several firearms. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. Thomas Jefferson high school for science and technology has a lot riding on the SpaceX rocket launch scheduled for this afternoon. Students from the fairfax county school built a satellite that's being ferried to the International Space Station. TJ's robotics lab director Kristen Cusco says it's no small feat what the kids have done. This is something that PhD students do. This is something that people in graduate school do. Student Arthur Pruitt explains the tissue box sized satellite will measure the effectiveness of Iridium radio for satellite communications. Well, we are trying to figure out is whether or not that system works if you have the origin point in space. The SpaceX launch is a cargo carrying mission to the space station, including the TJ satellite, which is expected to be deployed by the space station crew in January. Coming up in money news. Latest twist in the D.C. housing market, more sellers are lowering their prices. I'm Jeff label. Ten 18
"cusco" Discussed on WTOP
"The end of the day during the overnight, Monday and Tuesday clearing with temperatures in the 50s. I'm storm team for meteorologists, leanders. Sunny with temperatures in the mid to upper 40s right now, 48° in fairfax 46 in college park in 47 outside WTO P studios. It's 9 41. A 16 year old boy is recovering after being shot in green belt on Thanksgiving. Police say he was walking his dog when the shooting happened, the bullets hit a home nearby, shattering a bathroom window, this woman lives there, she tells NBC four, she's okay, but she's lucky. If I were taking a shower at that time, I will definitely be shot. Police have not said if they believe it was a targeted shooting or not, the information is still being worked out as investigators search for the shooter. A search is underway for several suspects after a gun shop in Rockville was burglarized. Around 1 a.m. here at the Atlantic gun store in Rockville, Montgomery county police say a stolen black sedan struck the store's entrance and then 5 or 6 suspects ran into the store and fled with multiple guns. Police say they don't know the type of weapon stolen are exactly how many were taken and are actively looking for the suspects. Atlantic guns is open for business again and declined to comment on the incident. The shop has several wooded panels covering its damaged front windows. There was a previous robbery attempt here earlier this month, but police say nobody was able to enter the building during that attempt. Employees at nearby golden bakery say Montgomery county police stopped in to review their surveillance footage with the hope of identifying the suspects. In Rockville, Scott gelman, WTO P news. SpaceX has a planned launch today from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida with the goal of sending supplies to the International Space Station. In Northern Virginia, students at Thomas Jefferson high school for science and technology will be watching the launch closely because among the supplies is a satellite built by the students. There is pride and anticipation over the TJ satellites stowed on the spacecraft, which is bound for the International Space Station. I can say I made that. And it works. Hopefully. Pranav vade is one of the students who worked on the communications satellite, Kristin Cusco is the robotics lab director. This was not a kit. The students actually put together space grade components. The high school made satellite is expected to be deployed by the space station crew in January, a junior says so far, it's been an amazing learning experience. We've really learned to rely on each other and learn from each other. News.
"cusco" Discussed on WTOP
"On the SpaceX rocket launch scheduled for Saturday. Students from the fairfax school built a satellite that the craft will ferry to the International Space Station. TJ's robotics lab director Kristen Cusco says it's no small feat what the kids have done. This is something that PhD students do. This is something that people on graduate school do. Student Arthur Pruitt explains the tissue box sized satellite will measure the effectiveness of Iridium radio for satellite communications. Well, we are trying to figure out is whether or not that system works if you have the origin point in space. The SpaceX launch is a cargo carrying mission to the space station, including the TJ satellite, which is expected to be deployed by the space station crew in January, particularly on WTO P news. At bull run elementary school, centerville, a retired World Bank employee spends 5 days a week as a substitute teacher. And now she's calling on other community members to consider giving back. Bunny Cooper never had kids of her own, so she jumped at the opportunity to be a substitute teacher back in 2013. She sings dances and has lunch with her students, but she's strict when she needs to be. I really try to make learning fun, but I do it with boundaries. Bull run principle Jason penciler says students adore her and she's in high demand by teachers. Bunny is one of many subs who they belong here. Now, miss bunny, as she's known, is urging others to consider substitute teaching to help expand fairfax county substitute roster. You don't have to know everything. You do need your love children. Scott gelman, WTO P news. Fairfax county public schools tells us they have 3500 active substitute teachers and average between 1516 hundred requests from teachers per day. With President Biden's student debt forgiveness plans still in legal limbo, a pause on loan payments that was set to expire January 1st will be extended. The secretary of education is extending the pause on student loan payments. While we seek relief from the courts, but no later than June 30 2023. Which would give the Supreme Court an opportunity to hear the case in its current term. The president's debt cancellation plan has been stalled by legal challenges from conservative opponents
"cusco" Discussed on The Corner
"Else out. And round back. And then let's do it. Yeah. I'm going to leave it at this. If wilder went out there and beat Joshua, Joyce, and usyk, and Ruiz was gone and all they had left with each other and they both looked and was like, this is our swan song. Let's do it. Give fury, usyk, and Joyce. Give wilder Ruiz and AJ. Yep. And then it's let's circle back. It's the biggest fighting boxing. If these two destroy everybody in their path and they just left with each other again, especially after what we saw in that third fight, which is easily the greatest heavyweight fight we've seen this in this 2000s. Yeah. I mean, Joshua Cusco was up there as well. But this was this was ridiculous. Because the ebbs and flows, it's like, yeah, I'd watch it. I'll watch a fourth fight. And why did beat up people? I'd watch it again. Absolutely. 100%. Because he always has a chance. Always, he's never out of the fight. Ever. I watch it ten times because you know what, on that tenth fight? He might not get him. The beauty of combat, unlike any other sport, there is no home run that gets you 5 runs. There is no touchdown to get you ten points. There is no goal in soccer or hockey to get you more than one goal. There is no single shot in any other sport that can erase an enormous deficit. In boxing, it literally takes one punch and that's all while there's ever needed and he has it. Nobody else has this kind of power. I'm a nerd out. It's like Harry Potter. He catches the golden snitch. It's like he's playing quidditch. You can be down a buck 20. Catch the snitch, game over, you win. It's the ultimate eraser. It doesn't matter what the score is. It doesn't matter. 9 rounds to nothing. Unreal. Unreal he lands that curtains. Good night, you're looking up like, God damn, I had this fight. Next to you know you're on your back. So, man, it's interesting to see what comes next. Hopefully it's Andrew Ruiz, because Ruiz one needs to pay day two, I don't know what the hell he is right now. He's slimmer. He in shape. He has an impressed me much in his last two fights. Let's go. Let's see if he would take a punch. He's been dropped by less in his past two fights. Let's see if he can survive this. And then this weekend, we have Lara versus San Martin. Matt from card, I just love one 26. I'll probably go with a long one. Yeah, I'm gonna go with Laura winning should have been his title shot, whatever. But the belts are everywhere I want 26, but for my money, this is the next division that sees an undisputed chant. Yeah. 'cause I'm not sure about one 22. One 22 technically should be the next one. But it's what, we got cool boy stuff down there. There's only two champions I want to make. There's like, they should just fight. They'll probably be a rematch clause. But one 26, even though the adults are everywhere, I just, I love the landscape. Robustly Ramirez, who signed the top rank, is lurking, I think he captures about this next year. They're just so many fighters and they're all beatable. I love a division like that. No one's dominant. So I want to see everybody fight everyone. So one 26 is one of my favorite divisions to watch. That's our show for today though. We talked about everything from Kanye to wilder, everything in between. We appreciate you guys for listening. It's always shout out to everyone at blue wire. We are not in studio today, recording from home. But we'll be back there next week to talk was probably ever made to open up the week next week because we have a loaded pay per view. So if you guys are in town next week, Vegas hit us up, let us know. Always come watch us record. It is always fun and giant glass window in the front. Amazing place follow us on social media as well. Corner podcast underscore. Twitter, corner club for life on Instagram, YouTube, the corner podcast for all of our content for myself for the old man Andrea as hell. We appreciate you all stay safe. So next time we're out.
AP News Radio
Ian evacuees return to mud, rubble as death toll hits 101
"Residents in Florida who evacuated because of hurricane Ian go home to mud rubble and other devastation as the death toll from the storm surpasses 100 Some residents of Florida's barrier island starting to return Alan bickford dealing with a thick layer of stinky muck covering the floors of his pine island home Outpouring of health is just amazing Joe Cusco says it's just him and his elderly parents so he's doing all the cleanup and it's heartbreaking The 30 years of my life gone The national alliance on mental illness is Beth hatch says the emotional toll is immense People don't really know where to begin So we need that We need that hand holding and to help get people through that process Temporary repairs to the causeway connecting pine island were done Wednesday fixing the sanibel island causeway could take until late October I'm Julie Walker
Native America Calling
"cusco" Discussed on Native America Calling
"This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzalez. Alaska native leaders are concerned about climate and environmental issues. Those were among discussions last week at the National Congress of American Indians, midyear gathering, and anchorage. As Emily schwing reports, leaders in Alaska and other states are seeing wildfires having an impact on their communities. Earlier this month, a wildfire burning in western Alaska forced the evacuation of more than a hundred residents who live in saint Mary's. A small yupik village located more than 400 miles west of anchorage, near the Yukon river. George beans is the president of Andrew ski, one of two tribes in the village. As you know ahead of dealing with the fire, a pretty big fire at home and I think that climate change has a lot to do with these fires that are popping up in the towel over it. It's too dry. Beans said it was tough for him to decide if he should leave the village for the NCA I conference in anchorage. Well, first of all, we're at pre registered show and we invested a lot of our finances into coming to this meeting. We sent three tribal council members. I'm the address ladies here and there's a lot of intercommunication between each other's and that's why I think it's important we get to add information and we can seek some help when we do need in different areas that we need help. At more than 160,000 acres, the east fork fire is the largest ever to burn in Alaska's Yukon Cusco quim delta region. It's also the largest tundra fire the state is seen in decades. As of Sunday, fire officials said they'd reached their objectives to contain the blaze. For national native news, I'm Emily schwing. A new art installation in Eugene Oregon has visitors gazing at art that in turn gazes right back. KL sisi's Brian bull reports on the culture raising installation and how it recognizes the regions indigenous people. Flashback to August 2021 and I am on a stretch of sidewalk between a couple utility buildings and construction projects. Charlie swing, director of art city, points out what at first looks like an ordinary fence. 100 feet long, 8 feet high, and with individual faces. Actually, two faces, each is a youth in an elder of Native American and indigenous people who live in our community. A growing awareness of the land's original inhabitants has helped argonians relate the past with the present. Tanapa brainard, who goes by TJ, is the conceptual artist behind the culture raising project. She is of coos Apache heritage and a student of the institute of American Indian arts and Santa Fe. She coordinated photography of the subjects whose images were transferred to the fence slats. I thought, okay, maybe let's do like half the face and eyes but then after a while I realized that for me it was kind of like doing the American people just as people that are like full on tech gear and regalia just see that we're here and this is us and how we look very different and how we look like everyone else. The culture raising installation is now up for several months and will be on display during the world track and field championships in Eugene. The slants will eventually be taken down and woven into a new form, which will be auctioned to help support new art pieces by Native Americans. For national native news, I'm Brian bull. The U.S. Senate committee on Indian affairs is gathering written comments on cannabis and Indian country through July 8th, the input will help inform the committee's work on tribal cannabis and for future use on national cannabis reform legislation..
The Bill Simmons Podcast
"cusco" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"The defense was nuts. I mean, this series is going to be so great. I mean, I'm going to miss one or two of them because we'll be playing, but I wish I could I wish I could be at every one of these games because I would go if we weren't on tour, I think. So you go to the Utah Jazz games, what's the deal? Are you able to go to them? No, no, I haven't gone for a couple of years, but I mean, there was a 6, 7 year period where, I mean, I don't know that many guys any coaches and stuff, but Larry Cusco vac was in Montana guy who was at University of Utah and then quench Snyder, his brother Matt and I had been friends for 30 years and played basketball leagues and so we'd make a trip three or four of us and go down and just watch basketball for, you know, three, four nights in a row and sort of get the red carpet. Some folks and that makes it nice because you can get seats. But yeah, you know, and it's close. It's close to Seattle. You know what's crazy about Salt Lake is it's a very popular NBA player. City, which I would not have expected. But why is that? I think they like that. It's a little discreet. I think they like the nightlife. I think or what the version of the nightlife is in Salt Lake. I think they like the woman and the people that are there and it's just, I think it's a little more NBA friendly than people might realize. The opposite. Yeah, there's a rebelliousness there too. I think because of the church. There's a lot of kids who are younger people that want to party and get out.
Native America Calling
"cusco" Discussed on Native America Calling
"This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzalez. A proposed bill in the Alaska legislature seeks to address high school dropout rates by putting the education plans in the hands of tribes as KY UK's Olivia ebert's reports, supporters say tribal education compacts could lead to drastic improvements in education for Alaska native communities. Alaska ranks among the bottom states for graduation rates, and within the state Alaska native students drop out of secondary school at higher rates than their peers. According to data from the past three decades, schools in the Yukon Cusco creme delta region, where many students are up, consistently have the highest dropout rates in the state, supporters of a new bill think they can improve those outcomes by putting education directly in the hands of tribes. Senate Bill 34 would create a pilot program for Alaska native tribes to begin running their own public schools through a compact agreement with the state of Alaska, hooper bay elder William Manning supports the tribal education compacting Bill. Our people and our parents want to learn that they want to see the students excel are people are going to school being very curious. Nanning serves on the board of a new charter school in hooper bay whose curriculum is centered around ubi values called you Yahoo. He hopes the state will choose his school for the pilot project, Manning said that years of imposed colonial western education in hooper bay has led to poor graduation rates. He worries this makes it look like you pick people don't care about education, but he said that couldn't be further from the truth. Manning says in order to succeed, students need to be taught in ways that are relevant to their lives. The Alaska federation of natives, president Julie kitka says it's clear the western centric model isn't working. Clearly the state and the commissioners are already seeing that the state is failing native students right now. The Department of Education says this bill is modeled in part on the success of a similar program in Washington state. Washington has three tribal compacted schools and they've done well. Back in hooper bay, the charter school's principal says this bill could allow her more consistent funding to higher local elders to help the teachers plan their lessons. Right now, elders are helping plan an entire curriculum around eggs. Bird eggs in the spring and fish eggs in the summer help infuse local traditions into traditional western teaching. For national native news, I'm Olivia ebert's. Advocates in Indian country are among those praising the reauthorization of the violence against women act to help strengthen safety and tribal communities, but say there were much needed provisions left out. CC hovey is with strong hearts, native helpline, a culturally appropriate domestic dating and sexual violence call and tech support line for Native Americans. Each time power of free authorized you see more and more improvements to the law and additional positive steps being taken to put an end to domesticating and sexual violence in our communities and we're really removed that vala is continuing to be reauthorized. Hovey says, well, they're thankful. There's more they'd like to see in the law, including addressing the boyfriend loophole. This is removed from the latest flower from opposition from gun rights advocates. And this would have restricted dating partners in stalkers from obtaining firearms if convicted of domestic violence. And according to the national coalition against domestic violence firearms are the weapon of choice for domestic violence homicides. 35% of all women are killed by.
"cusco" Discussed on WTOP
"Life lost Pete Cusco says he was downtown when he learned about the crash John Russell I was young so I came here for 15 minutes He has some worries about customers being scared to come back but he says accidents like these are not exclusive to his restaurant Happy anywhere you know you can go across the street and you know this is for 33 years I would never have a problem And he says he's received a lot of support and for that he's really thankful Today everybody the phone is ring coming in that the flowers On Connecticut avenue Acacia James WTO P news The owner also tells WTO he knows the driver very well and he's a 100% sure that it was an accident It's 7 33 CBS News special report and I've heard Russell missile attack on a large Ukrainian military site has killed dozens and race concerns about a wider war Your CBS county McCormick Until recently there were more than 100 members of the Florida National Guard at this facility along with Canadians and others This is a base where the U.S. and its allies have been training Ukrainians for years It's unclear how many if any NATO forces were there when this attack occurred but they left equipment behind It's just 15 miles from the Polish border a strike that close to a NATO ally significantly raises concerns for the U.S. As evacuees from Ukraine seek refuge in neighboring countries African and Indian nationals report barriers and being processed I think the key difference is race and ethnicity I mean we've seen it in reporting and how people have said this but also like the Bulgarian prime minister saying these aren't the refugees we're used to Historian Kimberly saint Julian varnett CBS News special report 7 34 in the State Department condemns what he calls an outrageous attack on the U.S. consulate in herbal Iraq A U.S. defense official confirms to CBS that missiles targeting the consulate were fired from inside Iran Kurdistan counter terrorism says 12 missiles were fired the U.S. defense official could not confirm that number CBS News military consultant and retired army colonel Jeff McConnell says it's a very serious development If the attack was in fact perpetrated by elements of the Iranian revolutionary guard it could in fact jeopardize a final agreement on the revised nuclear agreement that Iran the United States and several European governments as well as China have been negotiating for several months The State Department says no Americans were hurt and there was no damage to U.S. government facilities Saudi Arabia executed 81 people yesterday the largest mass execution that kingdom's modern history The Saudi government says those who were put to death belong to Al-Qaeda and ISIS the number of those put to death surpassed that of the January 1980 mass execution of militants who were convicted of seizing the grand mosque in Mecca Knew this morning two separate crashes.
"cusco" Discussed on WTOP
"Others are still in critical condition right now It's not clear if criminal charges will be filed We've been hearing more from the owner of that restaurant this weekend It's pretty sad Life lost Pete Cusco says he was downtown when he learned about the crash John Russell I was young so I came here for 15 minutes He has some worries about customers being scared to come back but he says accidents like these are not exclusive to his restaurant The happy January you know you can go across the street and you know this is for 33 years I would never have a problem And he says he's received a lot of support and for that he's really thankful Today every bit of the phone is ringing That the flowers On Connecticut avenue Acacia James WTO P news The owner also tells WTO he knows the driver very well and he's a 100% sure It was an accident It's 5 33 CBS News special report as Russian forces continue their attack on Ukraine residents are coping the best way they can CBS Chris lives say describes the situation in Odessa It's not just completely surrounded It is blockaded right now So no running water No heat no electricity People are running low on food They're having to resort to using old wells in order to get water candlelight in order to see in the dark Ukraine's foreign minister says it's clear that Russia is targeting the civilian population in Ukraine The main striking force of Russia is in the air And they indiscriminately choose to attack civilian infrastructure and kill our civilians Meanwhile Russian forces have carried out an air strike on a military range near lviv in western Ukraine The attack expands the Russian offensive closer to the border with Poland CBS News special report I'm Linda kenyon It's 5 34 in the State Department condemns what he calls an outrageous attack on the U.S. consulate in the airborne Iraq A U.S. defense official confirms to CBS News missiles targeting the consulate were fired from inside Iran Kurdistan counter terrorism says 12 missiles were fired at the consulate The U.S. defense official could not confirm that number CBS News military consultant and retired army colonel Jeff McCoy says it's a very serious development If the attack was in fact perpetrated by elements of the Iranian revolutionary guard it could in fact jeopardize a final agreement on the revised nuclear agreement that Iran the United States and several European governments as well as China have been negotiating for several months The State Department says no Americans were hurt and there was no damage to U.S. government facilities Saudi Arabia executed 81 people yesterday the largest mass execution in that kingdom's modern history The Saudi government says those put to death belong to Al-Qaeda and ISIS the number of those put to death surpassed that of the January 1980 mass execution of militants convicted of seizing the grand mosque in Mecca Police have identified the man that was shot and killed at a gas station in southeast D.C. on Friday afternoon He was 60 year old Donnell Henderson that happened at a gas station at the intersection of Alabama and Pennsylvania avenues and broad daylight Police aren't sure why or who did it yet What are you drinking for Saint Patrick's Day this Thursday for many Americans It's Irish whisky This Saint Patrick's Day more Americans are drinking Irish whisky Almost 6 million 9 liter cases were sold last year according to the distilled spirits council of the U.S. that adds up to $1.3 billion in revenue in.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"cusco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Super high proud cheered on Eminem as he took a knee Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Bard This is Bloomberg Nathan Okay Michael thanks 5 O 9 on Wall Street time for Bloomberg sports update as for the game Who's John stasher Yeah now you was a game where the rams had a lot to overcome and early injury to whiteout Odell Beckham would score the game's first touchdown a dropped hold on an extra point That would prove to be a factor and a blown call with the officials not seen an offensive face mask on a Cincinnati 75 yard touchdown pass that gave them the lead early the third quarter but after both teams were not doing much offensively in the fourth the rams went on a long drive 79 yards This is the 15th play Steps back throws the face Back shoulder Cooper Cusco Cooper coverings it in Touchdown Touchdown Touchdown LA That was tough second touchdown the rams sacked Joe burrow 7 times nearly an 8th on a fourth and one incomplete in the game the rams Super Bowl 56 23 to 20 cup the MVP just a second championship in franchise history other came in 1999 when they played in St. Louis Tampa Bay last year LA this season only two teams to win a Super Bowl in their home scene Devils lost to Pittsburgh three two St. John's lost to Yukon 63 60 the red storm just one in four while playing at the garden 20th one of the season for iona at the Olympics U.S. won gold and silver in the new event of women's singles bobsled known as mono bob the gold to Cali Humphries who used to compete for Canada the silver to 37 year old mother Elena Myers Taylor the 15 year old Russian figure skating phenom Camila Vallejo will be allowed to compete despite a recent failed drug test on stash hour Bloomberg Schwarzenegger Okay John thanks.
"cusco" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"On through genetic lines. There's something about the human experience that gets stored in our bodies. Like that is starting to be understood. Starting to be understood much more in the west. But this is something that seems these ancient energy practices. Really, really understood well. That it creates an actual imprint a real thing you can detect and observe and measure in these fields of the human body. The things that western science hasn't detected yet. Now it's funny when I was doing Chinese medicine using years ago at university. What was this question would come up for the lecturers? How did people discover them meridians in the energy lines? How did they discover the energy points? That's a good question. I've always just assumed that for whatever reason, it's been a knowledge that's been handed down for so long that it's origins have been lost. Well, who was the first guy? How did he figure out? Their answer was always. It was just over time they figured it out. Some guy got was that on the battlefield and he got shot in the cough. And then he shoulder didn't hurt anymore. Yeah. And that happened enough time eventually. It doesn't work that way. Bullshit exactly. Buy that for a second, because the original story is that the sea is saw it. Maps them out. Yes, see the energy lines actually moving. They had supernormal abilities they could see these clear energy fields that could see the energy lines they could see the energy points. All these mystical traditions talk about it, not just in the east. And it's the same with the Incas. They the seas, the car walk. They could see these streams of light. This is what they called them. The streams of light, flowing through the body. And this is what Alberto eventually developed. This ability under the guidance of that shaman, he could eventually see them. He says, I believe this is an innate ability that we all possess, but either do not develop or lose after the age of 7 or 8 because we are taught to believe that the material world is the only real world. Shamans throughout the Americas rely on their ability to perceive the energetic realm. So he tells his story of nearly 20 years ago, he was in Cusco and he went and saw this healer named Maximo as he watched as Maximo was looking after this Indian woman. And this old woman was suffering from asthma and she was coughing all the time. Even if she climbed a flight of stairs, she'd just been a fit of coughing. Now, maximum asked this woman to sit down and unbutton the back of a blouse. From her back, he started to trace with these four finger. This invisible line on one.
Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"cusco" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing
"So. Have you been able to have people on the farm this year or is it sort of coming out of kobe. Just put that on hold until the state opened the patiently to schedule anything and to be honest again like that just like. Let's show where we are this year. Husband overwhelming firming agent this project off the ground and the the groundwork the behind. So it's really been about learning my limitation and believes space right family taking a pause on all those Events you probably still have one or two things this year but very minimal. That's okay. I've really learning to like obscene. Or stopping doesn't mean distracting. It's okay take weights sometimes season on the peace pieces but it's it's created space to really build this antenna will you do a dahlia sale this fall or dahlia tubers sale or In spring hope. Oh that makes sense i. it's it's just logistically. i can gives opportunity in the diets. Doug so typically we go a little bit later. Springboards usually like march into april when we kick ours off. So yeah and we're working on looking at what that looks like this next year since so much of our proceeds from the sale coach of the projects posting not the way that feels really good for cusco. Ninety percents sold out twenty events this year which say that again. I can't even believe that ninety percents sold out while it wasn't even really. I mean it was pain..
"cusco" Discussed on No Jumper
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"cusco" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"cusco" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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KFI AM 640
"cusco" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The company now says it will start offering customers in New Mexico same day pick up on many of his grocery and general merchandise items. It's so 2020 of them. There's a $100 order minimums pickup and a $10 fee on each Just wait a minute. We're paying you to shop. There we have. There's no freebies, and they'll buy backs in this company. Have to be have to have a $100 minimum. And then they charge you an extra 10 bucks. Come on, man. Come, man. There's a $100 order minimums pickup and a $10 fee on each. Cusco hasn't given details yet about any plans to expand curbside pickup. If it is, it's success. Yeah. I always hate that. You get your your Costco shopper. I've backed off a little bit. Just cause the pandemic, But I do love a Costco run. I do, too, But I'm always so nervous when they say the total. Yeah. $328. What? Yeah. How that happened, What we buy what we doing? And then you think well, for that kind of money. At least it comes in bags. Oh, so how do they get it to your car when it's you know, 47 individual cans of corn niblets, right? And I love the way you spend $438. And then they accuse you of being a thief. If you walk out and then maybe ask you with like now we're just trying to keep everybody honest. Right? Cashiers, huh? Is it possible? I mean, you have to be a real sociopath. You walk out a Costco with that receipt and not feel like you've done something wrong. Right, like there, Ryan you? Yeah, You know, I saw I think, uh, stores will have a huge problem with with theft right now. I really do because I saw somebody walking out of a big hardware store the other day. It's a huge box and obviously didn't pay for it. You just walk out the entrance, and I just but But then again, I don't wanna be the guy that gets shot, right? Because some guys stealing a tile song and no sudden I'm on the floor and my daughter grows up, you know, but I had a father won't be that guy either, And it's not called Conway Hardware. You know, they can absorb the loss, right? If they were worried about people stealing crap out of the entrance, then they'd put a guy they're paying 15 bucks an hour to watch that. Evidently it's not there don't know where that man. Yeah, What can you do know Very good. It's the way we got an hour and a half left, which and then we start the weekend. We get two football games coming up. We'll talk about those will come back as well. It's Conway to grab them. Got my junior and Gina grab her live on K if I were not. Debra Mark, California.
Does This Happen to You
Getting Rich Might Be Easier Than You Think
"Things like grocery shopping. That's why this podcast features funny stories from fantastic writers about our daily alien nominees a micro audio book about life and befuddle men just for you our story. This week is from BB. Nicholson who oh you'll find on medium DOT COM and here is getting rich. Might be easier than you think. I'm going to be rich. Don't laugh this is a slam dunk. I don't even need to publish bestseller or start a company. What's more I'll let you in on a secret? You too can avail yourself of this potential windfall. The beginning of my ride to riches occurred in the summer of two thousand thirteen gene on what started out as an ordinary day it ended as an ordinary day to but my assessment of the day as ordinary even even boring goes to show that the least significant activities. The stuff we are tempted to write off as forgettable are the things that catapulted catapult us to unexpected rewards. I remember the day. Well no or maybe not so well but I can reconstruct it. I was in the kitchen feeling those first pangs of hunger that surface when you've already had lunch and it's not time for dinner and you can't focus or do anything much until you've had something to eat. I could have reached for an apple or a banana but my craving was for something salty salty artificially flavored and devoid of all nutritional value. I reached for the giant variety snack. Pack I bought IT COSTCO CUSCO A few weeks earlier. Only to realize with dismay that all the potato chips and Fritos were gone. The only thing left was cheese. He's it's if you haven't figured out where this is going by now. You haven't read today's Wall Street Journal. The story is on page. Eighteen eighteen. Three women are suing. Kellogg's the manufacturer of cheese it because they feel misled and they want justice one the plaintiffs Linda castle purchase cheese. It's approximately three times in two thousand thirteen from Grocer in Torrance California her lawsuit and her pursuit of justice stem from the assumption that her cheeses contain more whole grain than the label would lead one to believe so what you might be thinking who cares if Linda Castle but she sits and believe she was consuming a health food. There's a sucker born every minute. According to P. T. Barnum. But here's the caveat. The cheeses were labeled whole grain and and although the box explains that they contained five to eight grams of whole grain for each twenty nine grams. Serving the plaintiff felt deceived received. Mrs Castle and the other plaintiffs are seeking damages other monetary relief and declaration corey relief. Whatever whatever that means although a federal judge dismissed the case ruling that the whole grains wording was factually correct and the label would neither mislead nor deceive a reasonable consumer the? US Court of appeals has reversed the dismissal. Here's where there I come in and maybe you if you've eaten cheese it anytime in the past eight years the plaintiffs want a class action suit consisting the of anyone in the US or its territories who has bought cheeses eight since two thousand ten. According to The Wall Street Journal there there are thousands possibly millions of people who bought cheese. It's all of whom munched away happily without formal complaint. The more I think about it the better I remember that fateful day when I reach for the cheeses I can still hear the bag. Cellophane Russell smell the cheesy odor. Her Savor the crunchy junk food. Taste my husband probably qualifies for the Class Action Suit to the other day. He fished just a bag of cheez. Its with a two thousand one expiration date from the back of the Pantry. I forget how good these things are. He said digging digging in his fingers dusted with the Telltale Orange Stain. That is the bane of all cheese at eaters. Especially those who sit on white white couches. Maybe white couch owners should sue to forget all the list as you've read about how to get rich you don't need to wake up at five. Am During Gay Spinach Yogurt Green Tea smoothie run eight miles and meditate chanting Prima all before four eight o'clock. After what you begin your workday with a single mindedness and positivity that would put zig ziglar to shame
The Tech Guy
Expect a lot of robots at CES 2020
"Sumer Electronics. I don't want that to see though. And apparently the big thing will be robots pancake making robots pizza making robots. I don't think that's really robot that's a machine and you had the cocktail making robot. Yeah the boat a few years back and the Vegas a robotic arm. That kind of did make I mean it was a i. Guess what makes robot does look like a human. I don't think it has to look like a human. I think it just has to do things for you. And be programmed programmed in Yeah so pizza making machine. Oh it has to move and has to have movable parts I guess you could call a pizza making machine. A robot bought a man. I don't know do you remember in the old days we had doughnut making machines. Yes was at a robot. donut maker what about that. Yeah the pizza. The pizza the pizza maker at Costco is that oh no see. That's been Cusco for years. Well there's a human putting all the toppings on it so it's a one of them man machine WTN's there will be
Bernie Sanders confronts Walmart on worker pay
"WalMart can afford to pay get some these a living wage of at least fifteen dollars. And not is not a radical idea because many of all marks major competitors. Like Amazon Cusco target have already moves in that direction. Walmart has raised its minimum wage to eleven dollars an hour, but is below the fifteen dollars an hour of rivals like
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Your nation and world news in brief |
"This weekend yellow vest protests in Paris, turned violent. You can still see the damage done to shops and restaurants in the city centre. And the country's prime minister has responded that starting next weekend yellow vest protests would be banned in certain areas. The anti-government protests began four months ago over the rising cost of living. Cindy palm is a journalist based in Paris. She was at this weekend's yellow vest protests there the eighteenth weekend of these protests. What is the latest Sunday? Like, what did you see when you were covering these demonstrations yesterday to say that during the week seventeen which was the week before protesters' were promising to come out in full force. They said that week eighteen was going to be up -solutely huge. And it was we have not seen this kind of violence in weeks. And the reason why it was. So big is because this marks the nearly four month anniversary since the Elvis protest began, and it also coincided with the end of the grand debates that French president Emmanuel Macron was having these series of public meetings where people could air their grievances. So it was a very violent Saturday in the type of violence that we haven't seen really in a while. So it will mccrone was wrapping up this kind of listening tour of people's grievances across France, there's violence in Paris. How do you explain this violence has sounds somewhat unprecedented even for these elevates movements? Well, a of people simply say that neck will solution has not been enough the protesters, they say that the reason why they are out there week after week is because they say that life is a struggle that they are being taxed too much, and they feel that netphone is the president of the elite. They say that he's not Representative of them. But even before week eighteen though the protests seem to have died down a bit. But this possibility. Protests. You've really saw so many more people out there. So you mentioned a number of coincidental things that may have pushed these numbers, especially high this weekend at these protests as for the trend of the numbers dwindling over the past let's say seventeen weeks doesn't that suggest that that the protests was kind of dying down it did especially after MAC clone gave his new year speech in which he denounced the violence at the protests on that we have to remember that the majority of people of yellow vest. Protesters are not bought land. But there is a handful or a group of people. They call them cast Sarah in French who are not necessarily yellow vez protesters. But are there amongst the crowd that do 'cause the violence in a burning building is that we've seen in the throwing of rocks? So Kosovo means breaker like people who break things is the yellow vest movement. Are they distancing themselves from these Cusco? There does appear to be a separation between a. Staff in yellow vest protesters. But when you're talking about hundreds of people in thousands of people out on the streets.
MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
Home Depot Blames Wet Weather for Soggy Sales
"But we're not talking about the average retailer. We're talking about the numbers we got this from Home Depot at Home Depot is arguably the best one retailer in the country, perhaps with the possible exception of Cusco J, vestige decide that the negatives outweighed the positives stock got hit forty seven points from. For managing rally back to fall a buck sixty eight as I said on squawk on the street born this was used mistake. There's no way Home Depot should stay down. Even if these slight letdown I the expectations. What is people get the benefit doubt? At least for me first of all gigantic by that dividend Bucer pretty credible size confidence to me. You don't increase your pay by thirty percent of your business going to get worse. And you don't add fifteen billion dollars repurchase authorization. Second weather. People miss the first couple of of the weather, and in this case, I believe a CEO Craig manure explain on the conference call quote, it was cold. It was story. And perhaps it was wet weather delays projects in this in this is evident in our sales reform. So the quarter end, quote, then manure tells us that excluding the weather, quote our business performed in line with expectations inquiry late on the call matchmaker. Very granular giving you the comparable for the areas that weren't impaired by the cool, weather insured. Those numbers were d- terrific all this out. Was on a day. When the broader housing numbers showed some astounding fifty homes down eight point five percent per year. There's going to be some understandable, trepidation tends to say that forget them depot. This one's coming back anytime soon. I think it's dead. We'll do you want us to believe that this great company, and it is a great company with all of its knowledge about the housing market end. Of course, domestic product would step up its dividend and buy back so dramatically if they're really worried about these short term fluctuations, sometimes you gotta full back home experience.