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Puerto Rico awaits final result in tight gubernatorial race
"In puerto rico gubernatorial race. Pedro pierre-louis has thin lead over carlos delgado. The candidates are separated by less than ten thousand votes. Louis c. is a member of the new progressive party which supports statehood for puerto rico. Gado of the popular party wants to keep puerto rico status as a us colony pair. Louis c. briefly served as governor in two thousand and nineteen. After governor ricardo rossello show was forced to resign. Amidst mass protests. Puerto ricans also took to the polls to decide on a referendum that would determine if the island could be granted statehood the new york times reports support for the referendum lead with about fifty two percent of the votes however congress would have to approve of any changes to puerto rico's political status
"delgado" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents
"Think like for us it's like really if we're going to be a lesbian a lifestyle brandon if we're going to appeal to like this generation of leading actually have to speak to those values. And we incorporate that into our products. So obviously, our fuck aisher is one of those values are trump coupes unlike really encouraging our audience to vote and to be more politically involved in active like that's really important to me and they're kind of that. We're not really willing to compromise even though they make people really uncomfortable including my mom. I know that's the unfortunate What is it the? Cross when somebody gets. Collateral that's the collateral. Thank you. I wanted to thank you. Yeah you know what? Like sometimes you gotTa Fuck. Data away for other people to express themselves and you're giving people that opportunity. because. It's not only are you like, okay. Cool. Like I'm supporting like this like flat and acts like own business but now it gets a fucking also let you know that. This you know, and also you we know where you stand with your products. Great to see that support in products like that. So great like you're not afraid to say things that like us as the lat next community is feeling inside so. You're doing that too. And I feel like one of the things I've noticed who with with you with your social media on the page and stuff like you guys are very you're very like well connected with other like Latin eggs, small businesses Are there any next like small businesses that you WANNA like share like? So maybe people that are a fan of you and Argon. Listen to this because of Patty because he had that the day like what are there places that they can afford? I think only there's so many but I'm a throw out. So my faves. So there's one like let the lifestyle brand that I'm obsessed with their handlers Yo soy Afro Latina shot to Bianca. I Love I just love. Seeing women like tell their own narrative right like I'm obviously White Tina like I can't speak. To every lat next intersection. So it's obviously it's really nice to see how other people tell their own narrative and I think they do such an incredible job at that I think Brujita skin care is also so bad, ass. All I've heard of them. Yeah. Run by to Queer Latinas love than their products are super amazing. I think too like they there's like this Indra Janice storytelling happening with their. Content media and I think it's just like so nice to show like how we're not like this one size fits all identity were queer. We're black indigenous everyone's just telling their own story I. Love You. You do really well on your social media like all the models that you have represent a wide variety of the Latin next population. How important is it to see the communities represented such a deep way in your product? Yeah. It's so so so important and I think that growing up and I'm sure you guys can relate you watch like Spanish media are when you see like Latino roles, it's either like. A made chiloe or like some fiber beautiful South American woman mean and. Sophie. Like right by I'm like yeah. Right which like that's cool but I thought obviously doesn't speak too late this spectrum of people and I think that's really important to me. I. Think just being mindful of like my own look like I'm Mexican obviously I don't want to be like so Mexican centric centric. So I, just like giving space for other people is important to me. Yes I can't be electing a lifestyle brand for not making space. Yeah. There's for example, there's like an Ecuadorian. Flag. Jack that you have that. So dope and it's like, oh my gosh, like it's not just limited to Mexican Latin exper-? It's like you really encompassing the community, which is like that's so dope to see like your young like company. Do you know because sometimes you feel left out you know sometimes you're part of the lat next comedian and you're like, Oh, now this is this is targeting a different client that I'm not a part of so to see that inclusivity is major. I. Thank you. We I. Think it's also it's also interesting from a marketing standpoint I think for so long like brands have been like so scared to make space because it's not gonNA sell a right like it's not. Like. We think about like lengthy need that literally as just like a Mexican audience know. Brands forget but that's obviously not the case and I love telling the story but like when the World Cup was happening. Came the through the year likely sold. So many Peru necklaces, Peru jackets, and obviously you wouldn't think that right but like we sold more to that client base until like our other clients and I think it's just like it goes to show like when you make room for people and when you make people feel seen, empower elevate their existence they will buy from NEOM. Yeah. Yeah and it will be honestly they'll be brand loyalists well, like once you feel like you're included it once you feel like a company speaking to you're like, okay. Yeah, they care. Yeah, I will buy the products now often do you guys do your group of people get togethers like a seasonal thing to come up with ideas is very much like a like a school thing you got the false thing you get the spring the semi thing does that work so we don't really follow like a traditional like fashion brands schedule an mainly that's because like we're ecommerce so like we are developing ideas on the fly. Only we don't sell to like other retailers like we literally just put something up on our social media. Do you like this? Okay. Let's make it. Now, I have a graphic design background. and. So I'm the one that's coming up with the ideas with like the very honest suggestions of our customers. So yeah, it's really me and when my listeners on me, what to do all, that's really goal. What a fucking. Yeah I love that. You have that background that really shows like in like the in your work. Yeah. So. I. Wanted to go back to something you said earlier you mentioned and I again I have seen you know you folks different things like. Being like a white passing may Ghana. Have has there been a struggle with that within the business like when you know sometimes you go to a meeting like. I wouldn't be surprised if someone's like, Oh, I didn't know you. You know they make these comments and it's like we don't all look like. Yell eats like or you know what I mean. Like as anything like that happened. I the beginning or like still now. You get like I present in the my place in the world is very much that of a white woman riling no one's GonNa like second guess that I'm like not of European descent in like that's totally fine I. It's okay. I think in the beginning I used to feel bad about it and I definitely have like a White Tina complex no one things I'm Mexican. No, one thinks. I'm Spanish. Otherwise speak Spanish but like obviously. There's so much privilege power.
"delgado" Discussed on Smashing Security
"I'm working towards like. What what on Earth is going on here so it's it's wrong petrified. Now this sounds like Whitney Houston. I believe the truth will set us free. The garden have cheated a little bit Of course, they have which only disclosed right at the very end of the article because Ovo all of these words were written by the robot. It was sub edit it although the guard inside they submitted it probably. Know more or less than they do to the human confi would like show us the original that they wrote well, apparently produced eight different versions of its essay and I get the feeling that God took some of the best bits and stuck them together. We Bit Naughty of the my still fill. This gpt three thing is being used no kinds of different ways some of them. But Are you are you ready John to sort of Switch over control of your brain to some sort of supercomputers do your decision making for you they? They do this with TV presenter as well. Tojo's. Short scene wear exactly. We have we done any of. The new stories I think I've tried to out which where exactly their problem which one's Best But this this seem slightly more convincing. I'd like to see the I'd like to see the raw output. Anything he's. A, cheat it is a bit of a charity and put yes. Show the royal put. Why not? Why couldn't they say here the eight contributions from the way we need to know just how sinister this is the stages at the moment because in the version they presented to hear. Do. What are you? GonNa do what am I? Okay. So let's say let's say it's utterly utterly way more terrifying than they've shown. They just showed you the light bits. Okay. Access to all of them. Old Ending Link cripplingly scary. What do you do? Well, I'm continuing not to allow Alexa into my house that's for certain. Right Hilton allowing those guys I bet John I bet us our I o teed up to your eyeballs. No. No, not really. I of I test about by often end up switching them off. Mean we had the a the all. The tried two thousand. My wife was delighted that she could someone up radio stations quickly and that sort of thing. But then then it started answering Seraing back in. The wife wife for the Alexa. Do Shush John it was. Solid sure the. Things are proven, and then she got really worried we we. It's been off ever since. I, mean obviously I have. To do things and it's also a bit the same with. Same with the light bulbs as well that fine until until they decide to reset themselves when they all come out and and if being powercuts something. That default position is almost always annoying the and. Often. You can end the up the APPS crashed whatever just becomes an awesome powers. And I end up using the it a disk instead and switching off the hub. And things like that. So I'm sorry I've got a bit of a love hate relationship love hate relationship with with Iot things really. Young. When I think it's important that we keep our eyes on these robots every time I leave a multi storey carpark I will say, thank you to. Get the ticket. So I think we have to be. It says in the article it says I'm always grateful for feedback. So when he just dropped them online oh yeah. Like we're going to do that up the line say, Hey, I'm Dan like we're GonNa put our heads above the parapets. We all concerned. I'm keeping my head down on this one. All right. All right and where the Guardian all school is my pick of the weekday. Joe, what's your pick of the week? It's difficult things on the seventy. was like cars you just want all of them. warmly. Too, I. Mean You automated tempted doing filming with? It's not quite as few weeks came out a few weeks months ago that saying Ed v One v one it sounds battle of logging cameras. Great. The camera manufacturers starting to take blogging seriously and providing. Flip around screens microphones in both and very clever auto fixing had said that you said, it's a face off you could be doing your logging folks automatically only your face and if you held up a product, it would if it was in product demonstration mode, it would also shift focus on your face to the and back again which I always winters I. That was pretty good at the end of August stomach to I went to visit the very much reduced e for the weekend for a a gadget obese in Berlin and. Just a few little things and I. The one I rather liked was a think overheat, which is was a mini induction heater that can be built into your kitchen work top mentally it's approach I've at the moment but So you can just pump your your cup on the on the surface, the point and your, and you get boiling water very very quickly but you do have to put in a sort of warmed I said that to attract to the magnetism as a metal want. Like an induction hob but while forum for boiling drinks quite that and. Does have magnetic properties. So if he had a pacemaker, not good for you art shouted physician is only induction hosmer pacemakers sounds like a potentially. But because I know people with them, they can't go near them because right top of the induction hub be I guess that would be a similar. Interest in guarded guarded good. It's share that information crowd I'm sure that'd be released with the robots when they. Get rid of some people, sheets, magnet magnets I. In the site. So. yes. That was I think just just just picked it. Also squeezing the the new series the gadget results on the twenty fifth of September. So seven PM on Channel Five. The but also in our price fund this series, we got a copy of my book on tape. You're on the future of the car which came out last November comes out in paperback. It's like revised form of first of October. That's what I try and get nineteen as well. Yes, good excellent. So people can check out. We'll type here to get more of your views of the future of Motrin and As you real guru on that topic, it should be a fascinating read. Okay Crow what's your pick of the week? Well, as we have a guru here, I've actually chosen this pick the week because doing. I hope it's very much in your wheelhouse. So listen this is the issue. I. Have a rather massive husband in terms of Si-. He's six four rights. Don't big big t-bone of A. Man. t-bone of a man. He's a imagine Chewbacca. He's not really a distorts right where you need equipment to get around like really into walking benign to skiing. Skating. Polo. Signed but you know what? I mean he doesn't like but he has been getting into biking. He's technet like you saw the other day I was perusing Costco dot co UK, which is people haven't been there. It is coming on and leaps inbounds. What a fun afternoon you can spend checking it's been costco. Okay. Okay. That's how bad it's got but let me send you this link for this. Bike I want to get your take on this bike. So it's called the Rave Volt Cruiser V. Three E. Bike with lights mirrors. That's nice at least you you know and a leather bag. Yes. Yes Gosh. Well, it's. It's. An individual..
"delgado" Discussed on Smashing Security
"To the show but probably isn't new too many in our British audience at the very least because he's regularly seen on Channel Five TV's the gadget show. He's a TV producer presenter technology cellist I'm currently it's John Bentley Hello. Welcome to the show it was great to be here. Yes is good fun. What a voice say no is this a liar bird Graham have you deep faked John? Bentley. Talk. Show and tending okay. Real thing. This is the real thing area exciting John Ferraro listeners who aren't based in the UK may not have seen the gadget show. Could you quickly sort of sum up what it is? Wizard is a lighthearted look at the bottom technology and gadgets really. We've been about two thousand and four now. Series thirty to thirty four depends on how you count. De Good Fun to do. And it Goes, I. Think it's Just, stuff about new technology, it's really good fun. The second longest running show after the archers, BBC. I. Think it. Might be the fairly long lasting channel five. I used to work on top gear. That's that's been getting a long time. I believe your claim to fame or infamy perhaps is that you introduced to the World Jeremy Clarkson to. Thank you. She. was already quite active in the world I just introduced into television. In When was that? Nineteen thousand, nine roughly I think somewhere around. Producing Copper A. Little. Bit more opinionated about cars. Certainly found somebody the. Grow what's coming up on the show?.
Building Muscle Without Meat
"Okay here we are season two of the plant strong podcast. I'm here with Nima Delgado, I pronounce that. Perfectly. and. The theme for Season Two is the heart of a hero. Obviously with you, you have more than the heart of the of a hero you have the APPs of a hero you have quads of a hero. But it's people that are really changing the game. And no no doubt about it. You are. You're changing the game you've taken a completely different path than the traditional path. the last eighteen months have been incredibly impressive for you. You're on the cover of muscle and fitness April two, thousand eighteen. You obviously one of the stars in the, game? Changers. You. Or, your social media influence over four hundred, thousand followers on your on your I. Pretty. Pretty impressive. Are you happy where you are right now? Yeah. Happy. But never satisfied like a true athlete right I think. I have big goals and ever since I started this, I didn't have those goals when I first started. This was kind of something I just ended up on this path and once I, was in it it felt right to me. So I ended up pursuing it but. Since I've seen what's Possible, to accomplish. Whenever I started I now, my goals are set really high so we'll. We'll talk about that. Yeah of course before we do Tell me how old are you just turned? Thirty thirty years old so I mean you're you're you're still a spring chicken. That's really exciting when I think about where I was when. When I was thirty, I wasn't even a firefighter yet I mean I was I was doing triathlons. It's exciting. And so. When people say you know what you do? Are you a professional bodybuilder? What's your description? That's a really good question sometimes, I don't even know what to say Because I although I am a professional bodybuilder, I've never competed in bodybuilding for income if that makes sense. So it's not something that you really pursue for money because there's not much money in the sport as more money like making businesses around what you do in maybe sponsorships and everything like that. So I wouldn't say I'm a professional body just like A. Hobby. Bodybuilder. Well. But. I mean. To me re the first Vegan to ever get on the cover of muscle and fitness. Yes to my to my knowledge and I asked them their knowledge as well at the first Vegan to ever be on the cover and how did that come to pass Funny Story I was actually competing two thousand eighteen for the Arnold Classic and even just to compete at the Arnold you have to get invited. So it was like a really big accomplishment for me to even get invited because that's like the top thirty guys in my category. So I got invited and I was training really hard up for that show because I wanted to make a big impact and just like every time I step on stage it's not just stepping onstage for me. It's like. Almost, like stepping onstage for the entire being and movement, everybody's looking to me to use me as an example. So that adds a little bit of added pressure for me but. I take that with you know what I mean. It motivates me a lot. So I was prepping for that show and Muslim fitness had reached out to me because we had done a shoot in the past and they reach out to do another shoot for them, but it was more for was more for like a workout and I was going to be the model and I had done that before and this time around. I just straight up ask the editor I was a hey, is there any way I can share my story of what I'm doing because I feel like your listeners might be really interested in it like I'm the only Vegan in my league competing the Arnold Blah Blah Blah and told him my story and they really loved it and when we went to do the photo shoot. They basically pulled me aside and hey, we're going to do a cover try and I was like what's that and he's like well, we're GONNA try to get you on the cover, but we're just gonNA take some some shots if we're doing a cover shoot and I was like okay cool. But I really try to keep my expectations really low I was like that's not going to happen never going to happen and yeah, a few months later maybe a month later two months later. A friend of mine actually sent me a text message of the cover with me on it and I'm like, what is this joke in me right now like photoshop this and send it to me. He's like I just got the email in my inbox and it's you on the cover and I was just like you do a backflip no, I just I was just sitting in disbelief and I remember looking at it I was like there's no way this just happened and because I knew Mike. What a personal accomplishment it was for me but like a victory for this movement and everything that I've been trying to do because, I knew that there hadn't been one before. So for me to be the first one kind of door for for other athletes because I'm sure there's going to be plenty in the future or you have been since but yeah, it was just like a really good moment that I'd like to just take in huge. Yeah. So You keep using the term Vegan how would you describe your lifestyle? Lifestyle. Vegan I wear the badge. You know I'm not afraid to say the word. Vegan I'm not afraid to be labeled as a Vegan because it is who I am and I really think that. There's been a misconception about around the word Vegan for a while now, and it kind of is getting better I feel. But I think it's about rebranding the word and. Changing the way feel whenever they hear the word Vegan instead of feeling like judged they should feel excited or feel inspired or feel empowered or however they feel I think we should just kind of shift that a little bit. So seeing people that are calling themselves Vegan and doing things that other people are inspired by I think it's a really good way of. Rebranding.
Puerto Rico governor loses primary of pro-statehood party
"The incumbent governor of Puerto Rico, has lost her bid to run for the office outright in November. Olivia Rheingold reports. The island Supreme Court installed one to Vasquez as governor last August following the resignation of Ricardo Rocio, But voters in the pro statehood New Progressive Party selected Pedro Pierluisi to represent them in the November election. Will face off against Isabella Mayor Carlos Delgado, the nominee for the pro Territory Popular Democratic Party. This weekend's voting follows troubled primaries last weekend when only a few dozen precincts got the ballots they needed to open. This Sunday after the island Supreme Court got involved. Voters headed to more than 60 precincts for the first major election since Hurricane Maria in
"delgado" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Bottom of the sixth inning Carlos Delgado the batter with a runner on first they play Delgado Paul looking for to Pinto comes ready in the pitch tone fastball outside and low one ball no strikes radio Pinto was part of the deal that brought it's a pretty good pitchers from the Chicago cubs to the Marlins for one pair in fact Ricky Nolasco pitched so well yesterday for the Florida Marlins and has done a nice job this year for Florida as part of that deal as well it turned out to be a very good deal for Florida even though one pairs put together a solid season offensively in a bad year the Chicago Cubs the other guy that the Marlins got was Sergio Beecher who they eventually think is gonna be in there put their rotation as well he was earlier this year here's the one pitch to Delgado bounced on the ground fell toward the Mets dugout on the first base side it's one ball and one strike size six foot four hundred and ninety five pounds he is from Venezuela just twenty four years old he's been season this year in the big weeks partly because the Marlins didn't have anybody else would drop a lot of youngsters Beltran leads off first the one wanted Delgado who fell behind home plate any dilution account is one ball two strikes yesterday though was probably the toughest loss that Joe Girardi has had to indoor this entire year really only one seventeen games early on this season and their first fifty one or seventeen thirty four at that point which everybody expected the deal looks over at first the one to the Delgado swaying in a Missy got him on a slider Delgado's down on strikes for the first out well yesterday they get a good outing for repeal last the only problem was that the Braves for very well as well on their end but the Marlins scored four runs in the top of the tenth inning to take the lead against the Braves so it seems like a job Rousey coming on a petition up the game was over but the outfield particularly Reggie Abercrombie in center Josh willing him and left I mean they imploded with one man down there's David writers offer to help John leads off first the pitch swung on and missed David way out in front of a change up and it's all in one willing ham misplayed two balls including the game winner during the first one or the first baserunner for the Braves slicing line drive off the bat a Brian McCann and Abercrombie as a a toss goes over to first baseman Pinto and Beltran dives back at Jacobs who swept the tag off the shoulder of Beltran is claiming the Carlos never hit the band comes Joe Girardi as though Girardi could see that from the dugout well they got in between steps and what Jacobs is saying is that Beltran never hit the bag because you take a look but here's the thing I don't think Jacobs ever been down actually tank Beltran be swept the tag along the shoulder but it looks like right above the shoulder of Beltran I think that's why the first base umpire Jim Joyce that he was safe if you ever touch the looking at a rate there's no question the right and with back in the four Jacobs even swept them much less whether a tag number now will take up to a good job of putting his foot there to slow him down but the judge made the right call one one the count to David Wright with a runner on first so said again the pitch fastball way inside Davis skipped out of the way that pitch so it's one one three nothing bad here in the bottom of the sixth inning the Mets are you looking to clinch their first divisional title since nineteen eighty eight the field looks to turn to so takes his time in now Brett the one one line drive toward third not it goes between his legs he picks up three steps behind the line is going to be safe at first Beltran safe at second base it's going to be an error charged to Miguel Cabrera his sixteenth of the year a one hopper that was pretty sharply by David Wright but certainly a ball at third base Richard Randall the courageous pulled his club up a little bit too much it grazed office wall on one hop in one right between his legs the runners now in first and second in the batter's cliff Floyd now the minutes we're gonna try to make the Marlins payday leader three nothing but they'd love some breathing room going into the back end of the screen Floyd tonight is over to this flight out me struck out from the left side with two runners on Pinto said here's the pitch fastball.
"delgado" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Click Tonia say what's up to fire nation and sure something interesting about yourself that most people don't know what's up fire nation My name's Anthony. Gatto and yet something crazy people probably don't know about me is that I'm an introvert. So people see me on social media. They see my videos than they think. Some crazy extrovert and I couldn't be further from the truth Two and a half years ago three years ago. I was scared of the camera. And you couldn't. You couldn't get me in front of a camera or on podcasts. Even if you put a gun to my head and I've thankfully been able to overcome that nowadays but But yeah a lot of people don't know that so even social situations knowledgeable. Invite me to a party and I'd be like I'm good. I just Netflix well. You fooled me as well brother because I definitely extrovert because every interaction of how. You've just been really easy to talk to very seemingly extroverted and kind of boisterous in a good way so you know fire nation. That's the thing. Is You know. Some people can be like extroverted at certain time but still like eighty to ninety percent introverted. You know with the rest of their life. And there's a lot of big entrepreneurs out there. Pat Flynn Amy. Puerto revealed both identify as introverts. It can still be a great way to live your life. You can still get out there. Be On camera beyond podcast of your thing and then go back and recharge in kind of hang low and do all those things introverts love doing and before we actually dive into the audio masterclass seven months to seven figures. I do WANNA touch at the top of the episode. We're going to talk a little more. Indepth Tony at the end. But Man Ted ex is coming to Porto Rico. Happening April fourth and a little spoiler alert fire nation. I was chosen to be one of the featured speakers at Ted ex in large part due to Tony in his team. So I'm very grateful to Tony for Identify me as a prospect and then giving me the offer and why don't you share a little background about the event that's happening and basically like how did all come out and wish people should look forward to? I is the first headaches that has been hosted since Hurricane Maria. So there's been some taxes prior to that but since the hurricane There has been a Fedex in Puerto. Rico really excited to partner with Lewis and Make that a reality and the whole topic of the tax is new ideas right but for this exits new ideas that could impact Puerto Rico. That can have a positive effect on the three point. Five million people that live here and the reason that I I reached out to you. John you know we`ve. I've reached out numerous times to get you to speak at disruptive that and the timing never worked the reason I reached out to you was because you're one of the people I looked up to when I moved down to Puerto Rico. I saw you with your podcast. So you what you've done with your on my movement and Your Business and I saw even the earnings reports that you post on your website and I was like. Wow this guy's killing it. He moved out to Puerto Rico. He's really living like the WI FI dream of the dance at the shop and I was like if he can do it. Then you gave me confidence to move down here. from from New York So when we're thinking about speakers I was like you know who better than J. O. D. ON FIRE TO To come up some knowledge well I received that. Thank you very much for the kind words and fire nation. If you want to learn more about this event twenty was kind enough to give me a little discount link for you fire nation if you WANNA hey just on a plane come down to Puerto Rico or maybe on the islands in you're listening to this make sure that you're gonNA come up to San Juan specifically in Condado which is right outside of San Juan for the event is going to be an absolute blast e o fire dot com slash. Ted This Ted e o fire dot com slash Ted. You'RE GONNA get my discount link for those tickets. I would love to see you there. Fire Nation April fourth. Two Thousand Twenty. And not just myself but this is going to be a ton of other amazing speakers at this event and the topic's GonNa be Great. You can learn all about it. E O fire dot com slash Ted but Tony. We'll talk a little bit more about that at the end of the episode but first and foremost today's audio masterclass is all about seven months to seven. And I want to talk about the first thing on my list here. The question that I know a lot of entrepreneurs have is can. I do seven figures a year by myself. Can I have a computer flip? It open log onto Wifi and get to seven figures like in a reasonable timeframe. I don't know what your answer is going to be kind of curious. Can we do all the work by yourself? You know you can't do the work by yourself. And the reason that I've been able to grow in scale is because I had to give up control and give up the idea that I can do it. All alone right And being able to hire a team being able to empower others being able to realize that building seven figure company doesn't mean I get to be the greedy guy that keeps all the money. It means that I get to create jobs for other people. I get money in other people's pockets with their consultants or or employees or make sure that both And create wealth and abundance. But that's not all mine and the scenario that That I like to reference or the analogy rather is money is kind of like A. It's like a strike at that. You see in the street and chase the cat. The cat's GonNa run away from you literally going to run away and it's GonNa be so scared to come up to you but if you're there and you're just hanging out in your your sandwich doing your own thing. The cat will come up to you and become your friend and is the same thing with money. If you're only focus is chasing money. It's going to run away from you. And if you try to hold onto it all you're gonNA drop it and you and you're going to fall But if you build a teeny bill the company you realize it. My job is to be vehicle vessel for abundance can be a vessel to create jobs and to empower others. That's where I've had the biggest breakthroughs in my career when I was trying to be the sole Moore Didn't want higher. Va Than WanNa hire team. Didn't want power affiliates To do revenue shares wants. You wanted to do all the coding graphic design and all the and everything. When do everything That's where I saw the smallest results when I created team that's why they to See the larger results. Now you have a phrase that I personally love but I wanna hear you expound upon this. Because I'm kind of curious as to exactly what this means in your minds. Never take advice from a fool. What do you mean by that? That's like the story of my life. It would have been seven weeks. Seven figures probably thought would have known that I grew up in lower middle class neighborhood. Single mother my dad was jailed by that wasn't around some two years old and I grew it much uncle heads. And you know when you're when you're in kindergarten you choose your friends and there's a lot of people that they I'll walk into the first day. Kindergarten choose therefore the friends for the rest of their lives. And how crazy is that right? Because you didn't choose them you know those people were just there they just showed up in your space and now you're basing your entire life Based on who your friends are you know they say lock. Show me your friends. I'll show your future and For me in the early part of my life. That was so true. I mean I was surrounded by a gang members surrounded by drug dealers and surrounded by all these crazy people And that's why looked up to and they say that if your best friends are millionaires you'll be the sex But if your best friend idiots you'll be just as well so you know there's certain types of people who are on walkie right. They just have of unluck in their DNA. And chances are the parents were unlucky. Chances are their friends and family and everyone they associate themselves are lucky. They'll probably marry an unlucky person and what is on. Look me. Don't believe in luck. I believe that you're able to the find your own book but your luck is also dictated by what you're limpets are so if I was gonNA tell somebody okay. How do you get to seven figures? Well the first thing you have to realize that a million dollars isn't a lot of money my whole life. I thought a million dollars a lot of money until I had a breakthrough finances and I met billionaires as I call it. A million dollars isn't a lot of money. Look at you when I looked at your number I was like I guess. I guess it's possible right So ben and that's not gonNA happen if you're in a circle of of essentially losers right so there was a lot of people in my life and you know maybe you went to a prep school. And maybe maybe this doesn't apply to you but in my life. I had to shut down a lot of relationships. That just simply didn't work and I had to do that over and over again in multiple different points in my life So you know when I when I graduated from high school a lot of those friends I start. Stop talking to I went to college. They didn't right. I was starting businesses. They were selling drugs. And our visions didn't align our minds didn't line and we're social creatures so our natural inclination is to is to be synonymous with our peers. So of all your peers are drug dealers and their values are lined with selling drugs. And I'm just using that as an example then your values are going to align with that of oil friends. Work nine to five jobs and they're happy making Low six-figure are low five figure job or medium five trigger. Job They're happy making eighty K. then your values are going along with them but if you go and associate yourself With millionaires and billionaires or maybe People that are doing philanthropic were or whatever it is that you look up to. You need to surround yourself with those people So many times I see people taking advice from people in areas that they don't have the results that they weren't right so perfect example. Is Your parents right. A lot of times. This stuff starts at home so people will take advice on love and relationships from their parents being while their parents were divorced. If your parents do not have the results that you want in a relationship you should not take relationship advice from. You can still love them. You can still see them on holidays. You could still still send them Christmas a birthday card but you should not take a relationship advice. If they don't have those results same thing comes down to money right. Don't take financial advice from your broke uncle. You're broke uncle cannot help you get to seven figures. Eight figures beyond. He's not gonna be able to do that because he doesn't have access to that information and obviously did he will be able to change his own results. So to sum it up in a nutshell only take advice from the people in Your Life. That have the results that you want. And if you don't know anyone in your life then then you know what maybe. It's time to be a loner. Maybe an inch rule bidder. Listen TO PODCASTS. Like this and get an online mentor Until you're able to have those people in your life. This is reason fire nation where I end literally every episode of entrepreneurs on fire with your the average of the five people. You spend the most time because chores have never been spoken. So if you don't like the results so you're having your life right now or the success you have or have not achieved Audit your five like take audits and guess what sometimes you gotta say. Hit the road. Jack hit the Road Jill. 'cause you don't need to be in my life any Mo- now. You are a big believer Tony. The fact that we have the ability to recreate ourselves. How can we do this? What do you mean by this? We're taught US human beings that are passed somehow defines our future if you look at our society a lot of it's been structured that way right The traditional resume right. How people job. It's it's largely based on your past If the way the Ivy League process works right it even goes back to your Your ancestors and your relatives right. Oh my dad.
Discovery of unused disaster supplies angers Puerto Rico
"As part supporter Rico recover from recent earthquakes the emergency supplies including water cotton baby food had been piled in the warehouse and hurricane Maria hit in twenty seventeen video posted on Facebook by Lorenzo Delgado showed residents breaking in Saturday to retrieve supplies prompting the governor of the U. S. territory to fire the director of emergency management and launch an investigation Delgado told reporters he received a tip about the warehouse in Palm say officials there say they didn't know when it's owned by Porter Rico's company of commerce and export I'm Julie Walker
No Bail For Man Charged With Killing Father, Son In Framingham
"Also today arraignment for the man accused of shooting a father and son in Framingham WBZ TV is Michelle Fisher was there a new day Delgado tore as will remain in custody a judge deciding today he'll be held without bail rallies alleged il gato tore as is responsible for killing forty five year old James Manny wait it is twenty four year old son James wait investigators say both were shot dead Friday night on second street and beaver circle terrace a parking lot that's known to police for drug activity investigators are concerned with how the violence but innocent neighbors at risk damage was left behind when a stray bullet shot into a nearby apartment for two children were sleeping now at the arraignment today Delgado Taurus pleading not guilty to the charges against him as Attorney arguing there was no probable
Arrest Made In Murders Of Father, Son In Framingham
"Arrestors relating connection with the murders of father and son in Framingham Middlesex DA Merion why and says a nudie Delgado Thorez of Framingham has been arrested and charged with two counts of murder along with weapons charges in connection with the deadly shooting of James many Wade and his son James Wade late Friday night
Suspect Charged In Murder Of Woman Whose Body Was Dumped In A Chicago Neighborhood
"Matters not charged in the death this week of a woman found in a box in a parking lot in northwest suburban US planes already one year old Gerard Merced Delgado Calderone was charged with one count of first degree murder and one count of concealment of a homicide according to displaying to police in the death of twenty four year old Myra Rivera police say Calderone contacted Rivera on an online escort service and met up with her on December twenty eighth at his apartment and then strangled her after they got into an argument
Ex-Trump staffer suing over pregnancy discrimination
"Of president trump's former staffers is claiming she was given the cold shoulder than frozen out of a White House House job job after after she she got got pregnant pregnant as as a a result result of of an an affair affair with with her her married married supervisor supervisor during during trump's trump's twenty twenty sixteen sixteen campaign campaign CBS CBS news news reports reports that that Monday Monday AJ AJ Delgado Delgado filed a federal lawsuit alleging discrimination from trump's campaign and other now former staffers including Steve Bannon insists on Spicer then rinse previous Delgado said she felt humiliated and degraded and that the alleged discrimination was malicious and conducted with full knowledge of the law Delgado is a political commentator who was an early supporter of Mr trump's candidacy in twenty fifteen the lawsuit says trump praised Delgado as a star and said at least three times he hire her if you want well according to Delgado things took a turn during the transition when the father of her child Jason Miller allegedly told her she could be seen waddling around the house the White House and Spicer said that the White House was quote no place for a new mom the lawsuit demands a jury trial determine damages to be paid to her the press office for Mr trump's twenty twenty campaign did not respond to a request for comment meanwhile the trump campaign filed for arbitration against Argyle claiming she broke a non disclosure
Former Trump campaign staffer sues over pregnancy discrimination
"A former staffer I Donald trump's two thousand sixteen campaign is suing for pregnancy insect discrimination Tom Roberts as more in the suit filed on Monday AJ Delgado claims she was ousted by campaign official shortly after she disclosed that she was pregnant Delgado names the father of her child as senior staffer on the campaign chase Miller who happens to be married Delgado suing the campaign the president and the trump for America transition team she was supposed to be part of a claim she stopped receiving emails and other communications after word of a pregnancy got out last year Miller filed a libel suit against an online publication called splintered made claims Delgado made during a paternity proceeding the trump campaign has also filed suit against Delgado to stop her from publicly talking about her role on the
"delgado" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Rob AJ Delgado was working for the trump campaign she apparently got pregnant by Jason Miller senior communications adviser who was Mary Lou and she says when she announced that she was pregnant rants previous and Sean Spicer and the other like managers in the campaign Steve ban and they froze her out she stopped getting email she stopped getting communication she was basically relieved of all her duty so now she's suing yeah well she still being paid though is my question well this is where it gets weird if they were still paying her whatever they were paying her before I don't I don't know water damages yeah I don't either do you think you can put a monetary value on being frozen Alex get you still paid me but you didn't let me to rate that we think are you yes and I'll tell you where the monetary damages OR is that I did I wouldn't campaigns when you work for a campaign resumes are very important and what you've done and what success is you had it in moving to the neck no one stays with the campaign of course longer than the campaign yeah and so the argument I would have if I were her if I were she would or is that her if I were her she or they depending on where she is at the time or were they are at the time very strange would be exactly that you have destroyed my ability or less and my ability to continue working in campaigns like career advancement yeah a judge and that's the argument I make again what are the damages specifically where the monetary damages and I don't know and she and the campaign is suing her by the way because she wants to talk about like what she did on the campaign and stuff and they're saying no you're not allowed to so they're just everybody suing right body over there all right now we've got an evangelical newspaper civil war.
One man dies as wind-driven Los Angeles wildfire forces 100,000 to flee
"To another story now a fast moving wildfire in southern California that has destroyed dozens of homes closed freeways and forced roughly a hundred thousand people to flee from its path this fire broke out last night in the foothills north of Los Angeles is being fueled by strong Santa Ana winds and dry conditions and here's Nathan rot reports that is making for a really difficult firefight most of California was already on high alert when forecasts were so high across the state this week that utility companies have preemptively cut off power to hundreds of thousands in northern California and if you were here in the southern part of the state the power was still on for homeowners unsettle ridge road when Roberto Delgado heard his wife yelling the fire back in the house I turned around I looked out the window those fire right at the bottom of that tower of power line tower on the now blackened hillside not more than a hundred and fifty yards from the back of Delgados house
The Future of Healthcare with Voice Technology
"Turned the tables a little bit and in fact i was recently asked to appear on another podcasts the data talk podcast which is hosted by mike delgado and we talked about all types of scenarios scenarios and implications of the intersection of voice technology and healthcare we actually even get a little bit futuristic and i paint some of my own pictures as well as some pictures of some colleagues and people that i've interviewed on my own pod podcast about where we're going with this technology so mike was really generous chris and allowed me to share the content of his podcast episode here with you the listeners of my podcast so i hope you will enjoy it and with without any further i do. Let's get right to it. This is the data talk podcast with mike delgado and myself enjoy. Hey friends welcome to talk a show where we talk with against science leaders from around the world today. We're talking to dr terry fisher. He's a physician. He's a professor at the university of british columbia. He's also the host and founder of voice always first health podcast as well as alexa in canada. He is super busy doing tons of things and have not gary fisher. You're with us how you doing terry. I'm doing great. Thank you so much. Thanks so much inviting me. It's a real pleasure to be here and if there's one thing that's the most accurate of anything that you said there. Is that a busy so i like okay your doctor like you're busy enough being a doctor and then like to add to that you're teaching courses which which is awesome that you're doing how to help the next generation of doctors and then you're like as a hobby. You're leading these tech podcasts. <music> around boys and healthcare is is curious like how do you do it all which had an easy answer for that. I don't know it's i. I guess the biggest thing that i can say that is simply. It's i love it right. It's a passion and it's a hobby so all the stuff outside of my professional practice my medical practice. I got involved this voice technology thing the more learn about it. The more i love it the more i become enthralled with this technology and i guess that makes it easier to spend a lot of time and i do spend a lot of time on it. I've got a young families well. So of course you know wow so your dad to dad yeah so i thought that my my wife and my two kids and so obviously within all of this there the priority to so i wanted to spend time with them so but but really to be honest you know when not focused on my family. I'm working on my hobby which is voice technology and podcast that sorta stuff so tell me about. How did you get interested in invoice technology. That's a great question so i would say first of all that my my three base passions. I've talked about this a little bit already but is israeli technology healthcare and education <hes> before i did medical school. I did an education degree. So i became a teacher then it went into medical school but it was about a two to three years ago when i started i hearing a little bit about voice technology in being a podcast sort of a techie at heart that sort of got me intrigued and i started looking into a little bit and and actually that time <hes> for example wasn't even available candidate and i am i am in canada <hes> <hes> in vancouver and so i thought oh that's interesting but yet i'm still very interested in what amazon's doing this technology so i started to look into a little bit more and and i realized that there were hints that was going to be starting to come to candidates soon. I thought this might be a really interesting way to put my passion together of technology. <hes> <hes> education and also health started thinking about the healthcare implications of this and that's when i decided to launch my websites started with alexa in canada <hes> which is more of a a consumer base but also <unk> voice professional based website where talks about generally what alexis all about what it can do. It's also very applicable to people in united states by the way even those called lexin in canada. If there are any concerns i do try to highlight those and then as that developed i am. I launched what's flash briefing which is like a mini podcast you subscribe to on alexa and then with my medical background. I thought this is start to learn more about it. I thought this is really going to change healthcare and that's what i thought okay. Now i need started podcasts called voice. I health and that's how that started in. It's really highlighting anything that has to do with the intersection between healthcare and voice technology <hes> <hes> and ultimately it was a way to combine the three passions right healthcare technology in education because that's kind of what i see as as what to do with these with these bathrooms you mentioned before we get into this. You mentioned that you were a teacher first and then you went to medical school. Tell me about that. That's interesting yeah i. I was in school for a long time to throw it to make things even seen little more crazy. If you want to put this is not gonna surprise me with you. You know i actually actually hold four degrees so i did. I did a bachelor of science in anatomy and cell biology and experimental medicine and and then i did a masters of science in <hes> sorry i said that wrong batter science in anatomy cell biology biotechnology than i did a masters of science science in experimental medicine then i did my education degree and then i did <hes> medical school followed by family practice residency and my sports medicine fellowship so i've been i literally in school for for our wasn't school for decades. Yeah your whole life pretty much so yeah yeah but it's not which is one of the really interesting thinks everybody's got different life experiences and i've been able to now to bring these together into this this field which is just a click together and what can i say. It's a it's a lot of fun so when you first started looking at alexa voice technology what were your initial reactions to type of skills that were available double or things that you could do with it. Yeah i think the first thing that sort of struck me and again it goes back to the education. Idea is that when it comes to the medicine because he is every knows you can do you can listen to music you can set timers you can set alarms and all that kind of stuff but i started thinking about it in terms of being a tool for education education and how somebody can ask the device whatever it is it's on their mind to learn from the device and so whether that is is like what are the symptoms of strep throat right <hes> that's a very basic basic skill and that sort of thing that i was starting to think about another a skill that sort of took a little bit to the next level was a skit out that can provide you with. I eight advice so you're chopping up a carrot. You cut your finger and rather than having to foot flip through first aid guide. If you don't know how to take care of it you can simply ask the device. How do i do i do with a cut finger and so those sorts of educational and informational skills i think we're the first level where really got me started started thinking about it but as i sort of delve into this a little bit more i realize that it's is not just about education because we're we're now having conversations with these devices and that brings the the <hes> the available all applications to a whole new level particularly now recently in the last couple of months at amazon announced that the devices are hip compliant and so now they can store to store personal health information. So what does that mean. It means that you can now start to to use these devices as surrogates for care providers mean give example <hes> is a skill out there that can can give you medication reminders based on your medication schedule so one area or one population one segment of the population that is really finding finding he's beneficial are people that are aging and there's this whole movement called aging in place where people want to maintain their independence than want to stay home but sometimes that's difficult because for example eh forget to take their medication that may forget when they have appointments they can become forgetful but various things and they need people to remind them about these things and also remind them of what they should be checking as far as health well now. You don't need to rely on your doctor a carried us put a device in your home and it does that for you and so these devices i think and i believe the way we're going. We're going to gradually take on more and more of a rule of care ada care provider <hes> somebody who can somebody see that's the way i use the term now somebody who can who can help take care of you. I think that those are some beautiful examples and i mean i can certainly see myself or something like that in the future i wanna get a reminder on something something but i also love the example you gave around getting some information on how to diagnose something like is this something i need to go to a doctor about in trying to like go through some sort of conversation with the ball around my symptoms right right. Well let me i'm going to paint a picture for you. I think we're going to kind kind of this. Is this is not here yet but i truly do not think that we're too far off so here's this here's the scenario magin you wake up and you have a sore ortho. You don't feel well. You know something's wrong. Something is not right and so the way it is now. You know what would we do. We would think okay well now. I'm going to have to make a call. Dr make an appointment go on in need not to call into work sick. They make arrangements for my kids. Get in the car drive to the doctor. Bla-bla-bla get history. Maybe the doctor does a throat swab. Says yeah looks like like you might have strep throat. I'm going to send you know the pharmacy. Get your drugs. Go home and check in. If things go bad whatever it's quite an ordeal when you're feeling probably all that stuff is the last thing you wanna do so. Let's imagine though you were just a little bit further in the future and what happens is you wake up and your voice system says good morning to you you say good morning and just by the tone of your voice it can tell the something's not right because it knows your voice and thinking back to that. It's a very fascinating area called vocal biomarkers will come back to that but i ask you questions like how are you feeling and you say you know what i'm actually not feeling. That great got a sore throat doc shivering and start to ask you about symptoms just like your physician does so you go through that and using some algorithms some a._i. The natural language understanding it gives you sort of a probability and says you know what based on what you've told me. There's a high probability that you have strep throat. How would you like it. If i were to order a strep test to your home had delivered right now -sego sure to what does this word ties into amazon amazon's brilliant here quite frankly so this amazon amazon so it automatically orders a strep test drone on. You've got it a drone lance at your home. You pick up the strep test now. The strep test west is wi fi enabled the smart old so it automatically taps into your home wifi network and you do the test and your voice assistant talks to you. It tells you how to do it. You do the strep test it then analyzes it it gives you the results and it says yes. You have strep throat. You need some antibiotics. What is now. I know from our previous interactions that you're allergic to penicillin. I already know that 'cause i know your personal health record and so i'm not going to bother to ask him questions about that 'cause we. We will be efficient but i'm going to if it's okay with you. I'm going to order some antibiotics for you. We're gonna have those delivered to your home fantastic so little while later another drone drops drops off your antibiotics. You go to your front door. You pick them up. You start taking them and your voices starts talking you through
"delgado" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again
"Thousand dollar piece. We have gone full drip because as much as I love McChrystal's <hes> the price point is it's a nice price point but I like to be in private jets. That's where I'm energetically trying to be so I should have crystals that my wife and I wear that are in the ten thousand dollars plus this range to put that wealth energy. You know that just oh that's success frequency and a diamond diamonds droop angel for Heidi. I don't know full resolve that so incredible. Here's the thing with the crystals so yesterday we had Daniel come and trump up all the specimens or these huge gorgeous crystals re. I mean just wholesale value for him. The cost is like four thousand five hundred so how much we will charge for them. Ah because they're shipping. There's everything Spencer doesn't want to sell the crystals. This is one of our problems with having a crystal business. He wants to keep them on those ones. We can get one similar to sell those are like examples. You interrupted me. Finish your mouth your mouse now moving not talk fast. You're up against speed talker well. That's why sometimes if you like because I'm not gonNA get a word. Sometimes you have to be. I think I think that is also challenging because it's a vac-vacation rate banter so joke and then you did a whole Whitney me should annoying yeah toes. I'll keep you on your. I don't think you want me to put you on your toes all things though <hes> yeah so frankie might not becoming we are going on Beverly Hills after this with Mackenzie who is is a proud daddy employees and maybe getting her a pair socks or something she got downgraded. We should say that when the snapchat an idea okay we have Frankie Delgado who the star scar the only one. That's got clout on the whole cast here he is of course we came last minute to our best last dress most connected cast member. Frankie Delgado the owner all the owner of high the hottest frigging nightlife experience in L._A...
"delgado" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again
"We have Frankie Delgado coming in hopefully to give supposed to be here at one parking's a little weird. I'm sure it's all weird and we're GONNA get some exclusive hills content from him. I'M GONNA keep a chill his <hes> now that we have a season two. I don't feel like you have to talk about any of these people to try to make people interested in the rest of the cast honey I was doing. I would never talk about them in real life less try to get a season two. We got it. Thank you God. We're on our way to making spidey famous the goal of this podcast so I'll my gosh breaking news Komo News Heidi drip on sale Mary boots they're leopard but they don't have my size though I hate the forty three now so it's funny because as you've said left in my side she get it really think that's like put it in the car rather put that turns my backpack probably so I thought they were you get a notification so spencer view are going to have your hands full season two no matter what because you've definitely said some things and you recap and it's hard to recap episodes for Cosmo and not tell the truth I mean that's what they're paying you to do. That's what you're doing. That's what I thought they were not digging in for free digging in that whole for everyone coming for you but yeah everyone's it's definitely GonNa have a lot to say or not you know I guess they wanna smoke what they are so last night. At my event they asked me if you were being bullied by brody and Brandon because they felt like you were being brody brody bullied and I said yeah they kind of our ganging up on him. I said it's easier for brody to deflect and then reflect in his life and it seems like he never takes responsibility for his actions and maybe what he's going on so instead of taking any responsibility for his actions in his own life. It's easier to blame you and you're just an easy scapegoat and target for Brody. I feel bullied to be honest. I publication asks you that so I can acknowledge them. Weekly US weekly said I mean believe Iran Birdie. I agree I do and nobody should feel that way. And thankfully I preti crystals. You can get a Predator dot com. I and I have black turmoil and for protection and if I like them more I'll give them some wrote. Speaking of should I send some collectors to ran his house to pick up the amethyst that I gifted him when he wasn't a bully and climbing at crybaby on a different podcasts well if I'm a crybaby you don't want my crystal that I gifted you from that Beautiful Ama- this Uruguay that prior retails around eight hundred dollars. I'll take that back because you wouldn't wanNA cry Babies Crystal Energy Energy in your place..
"delgado" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"In the trial of Brenda Delgado is beginning today. Her attorneys say men who are on trial or allowed to shower shave and get a haircut before they go to the courtroom, but women are not allowed to fix their hair or where makeup and they say it makes it look like their client doesn't care about how they appear in court. Judge granted the motions, so they'll gotta we'll be able to do her hair and makeup before the she appears in the courtroom. Also in the news, the folks who right up the essay. Not making changes and adding to it. The college board is using an adversity score is aimed at measuring. The socio economic background of students who are taking the exams, David Dillard, heads up the Katie college prep had based in couple. What's your take on this idea? Interesting. To try to give colleges a more useful tool to make their decisions college. The college admissions process has always been both science and arts. Colleges are trying to take into consideration. Black and white numbers that show students performance academically, but they have to try to evaluate the person as well. And this is an attempt to give them a little bit deeper inside the they're talking about all kinds of issues with a score of one to one hundred. Consideration. A deeper look at the neighborhood that has students coming from with the crime rate is what the poverty rate looks like housing values vacancy rates, things like that. They're trying to also understand the family environment taking the consideration median income rate of, of single parent homes, the educational level of those homes. They're trying to also understand the high school environment as well as they always have done in the past taking a look at the rigor of the courses that are available. What the percentage of free and reduced lunch students, there are just trying to get deeper insight into what's happening at each individual school that, that they're that students coming from. So they're, they're taking all the thinkin factor with formula. They don't tell you exactly what the formula that looks like. But. They tell you what the factors are the difference. And apparently the colleges that are on the list will get the get to see this adversity score. But the students don't is is that you understand it. And this has been rolled out on a limited basis over the last couple of years. They're only about one hundred and fifty colleges that have utilized this in past year, but they have seen some increases in minority and disadvantaged student acceptances in limited use some of the most will loan schools. You'll in Florida state specifically hip at seeing have reported, you know, seeing some definite increases in representation, what else would you like to see this AT the college board look at? Give a college is a little more transparency to, to make the decisions that they want to make the real question here is who gets squeezed. If you have a limited number of slots in there in schools are working for diversity, and you're giving a higher percentage of disadvantaged students acceptances, then who gets squeezed. We'll hear what, what its point two is students coming from privilege who are on the bubble hard ones that are likely to be affected..
Flooding feared in Mozambique after Cyclone Kenneth; 5 dead
"Cyclone Kenneth which made landfall in Mozambique on Thursday has been downgraded. After winds weakened, but heavy rainfall is expected for days landfall last night cyclone. Kenneth has now been downgraded winds dying down. But heavy rains are expected over the next few days aid agencies have raised concerns about the impact the rainfall will have on communities prone to flooding and landslides Cupo. Delgado province is a difficult part of the country to operate in because of a slam insurgency and that could hinder
Cyclone Kenneth Lashes Mozambique, With Floods Feared
"Cyclone Kenneth swept into northern Mozambican Thursday evening, bringing heavy rain and ferocious winds sparking concerns of a new humanitarian emergency just weeks after cyclone EBay hit. According to the World Meteorological Organization or WMO the latest storm reached Mozambique after lashing the commerce islands where it claimed at least three lives. Here's spokesperson clan. Alice tropical cyclone Kenneth made landfall in northern Mozambique near the border with Tanzania in an area where no storm since the satellite era has ever been observed. So people in that region have never experienced a tropical cyclone, and they've certainly never experienced a tropical cyclone of that intensity. Will so. Cyclone? Kenneth has now been downgraded to a tropical depression by WMO. Some seven hundred thousand people are believed to remain at risk with up to six hundred millimeters of rain expected in the next ten days that's twice as much as the port city of Beira received during cyclone idiot. In March echoing the gravity of the situation and the critical lack of funding to help those affected Jens locker from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs, Archer said that the storm had ripped off roofs of homes and caused flooding in the affected province of cab. Oh delgado. The UN is working with the government and other humanitarian organisations on an immediate response plan. Public buildings have been made available where flood victims can shelter and the World Food Program or WFP said that it has more than one thousand five hundred tons of food either in place already
News in Brief 26 April 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. The weld absolutely needs to come together to boost development in poorer nations and halt runaway climate change U N secretary general Antoni guitarist said on Friday speaking in Beijing at the opening of a forum on China's belt and road initiative, a massive international trade and economic development plan. The UN chief said that it could contribute to a more equitable and prosperous world. Addressing Chinese president Xi Jinping mister Gutierrez, welcome China's leadership on climate action. It was helping to show the way the UN chief maintained noting the one hundred and twenty five billion dollar investment in renewable energy made by the government in two thousand seventeen he called for a quantum leap in mobilizing resources for the developing world to implement the sustainable development goals as well as the capacity to stop runaway climate change a unique opportunity to build a new generation of climate resilient people send. Cities and transit systems energy grids that protrudes low emissions and sustainability, but that will require emergency information in our we built all societies power our cities and invest in our economies tropical cyclone Kenneth swept into northern Mozambican Thursday evening, bringing heavy rain and ferocious winds sparking concerns of a new humanitarian emergency just weeks after cyclone EBay hit. According to the World Meteorological Organization or WMO the latest storm reached Mozambique after lashing the commerce islands where it claimed at least three lives. Here's spokesperson clan. Alice tropical cyclone Kenneth made landfall in northern Mozambique near the border with Tanzania in an area where no storm since the satellite era has ever been observed. So people in that region have never experienced a tropical cyclone, and they've certainly never experienced a tropical cyclone of that intensity. Will so. Cyclone? Kenneth has now been downgraded to a tropical depression by WMO. Some seven hundred thousand people are believed to remain at risk with up to six hundred millimeters of rain expected in the next ten days that's twice as much as the port city of Beira received during cyclone idiot. In March echoing the gravity of the situation and the critical lack of funding to help those affected Jens locker from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs, Archer said that the storm had ripped off roofs of homes and caused flooding in the affected province of cab. Oh delgado. The UN is working with the government and other humanitarian organisations on an immediate response plan. Public buildings have been made available where flood victims can shelter and the World Food Program or WFP said that it has more than one thousand five hundred tons of food either in place already available and finally to Mali in Africa's Suhel where one in three schools in the central Mopti region have been forced to close because of worsening violence. It's affected more than one hundred and fifty seven thousand children the warning from u n children's fund. Unicef follows the killing of more than one hundred and thirty people from a village in Bank s a month ago that included Forty-six youngsters spokesperson. Crystal billions told journalists that at least five hundred and twenty-five schools are closed in Mopti out of eight hundred sixty six at schools closed. Nationally, UNICEF is working closely with the education cluster on the ministry of education in order to provide an interrupted learning forfeited children through temporary mechanisms such as informer community learning centers. We also rolling out innovations such as the training of teachers through tablets outside the classroom. Mr. Billy Rak said that rising prices and the threat of food insecurity linked to a breakdown in state control and the rise. In violent extremists have also put additional pressure on families. Daniel Johnson UN news.
"delgado" Discussed on WTVN
"I am. Hello. Hey. On you for quite a while. They will Delgado. As a kid. Rhythm owners, holographic brain, right? Yeah. But you had some pretty good bog bussers. Only era sexy and. In eighteen twenty eighteen. More. So. But I don't want to say a long line. Got. Join discovery to begin was like yourself. That's why not your all early on. I'm a period of years old now. And. Tracking discovery all my life. But yeah, you're right about Delgado. How you can put that probe into buying and you can also do that with humor and bring them to their knees, emotions, right, and that sort of the trial and that and also young really got going. We'll see behavioral modification will be a requirement in the future. It'll be the idea of homogenising the public and putting them all on an even basis an even queue with brain power. And they may even just allow certain people to have certain brainpower and other people that have less. It's it's the it's the idea of how we're going to set this up, but it's going to be in a way that we can have everybody agree on one thing. And we won't have division because division is is a stumbling block right now. Yeah. It is. What's going on? I'm still at it. Another twenty years centurion on my feet. That'd be great. Wouldn't it? Shooting for that. At all you got twenty more years. That's fantastic world cuss, CLYDE, really ore and we're.
Saudi-led coalition troops take Yemen port neighborhood as country on brink of famine
"Trump to be held without bail. While he awaits trial Caesar Sayaka, Florida resident who frequently praised President Trump while threatening his opponents on social media is accused of sending bombs to the Obamas. The Clinton's former vice president Joe Biden next CIA director John Brennan, congress members, Maxine Waters, and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, liberal activists, Tom Steiner, and George Soros, actor Robert deniro and CNN's main office building in Manhattan at the supreme court. Newly seeded Justice Brett Kavanagh appeared receptive Tuesday to the arguments of a condemn Missouri prisoner who says he's likely to experience extreme. Pain if he subjected to a lethal injection Russell buck Lou was scheduled to be executed last March before the high court agreed to hear his appeal. His attorneys argued at the supreme court, Tuesday, Buckley's rare medical condition could prevent a lethal injection drug from circulating properly through his veins likely leading to a death so agonizing it would violate the constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment. The supreme court split four two four earlier this year on whether to allow the execution to proceed meaning Justice Cavanaugh will likely cast the deciding vote in the case, and in Wisconsin, where Republican governor Scott Walker was defeated on Tuesday in his bid for a third term an office. The high tech manufacturer Foxconn says seeking to bring in workers from China to help run the factory under construction near the city of Racine. Governor Walker back to plan with the support of house speaker Paul Ryan and President Trump to. Died three billion dollars in tax credits to Foxconn claiming the taxpayer money would provide thousands of new jobs while renovating Wisconsin's economy, but Foxconn has scaled back its plans now saying it'll hire just three thousand workers in the short term, most of them and engineering positions rather than the thirteen thousand Matthew facturing jobs governor Walker had promised and the size of the tax payer subsidy has steadily increased to four point one billion dollars during two terms office. Governor Scott Walker which known for aggressively busting unions, and for his close ties to right wing dark money groups, and those are some of the headlines, this is democracy. Now democracy now dot org. The warrant piece report, I'm Amy Goodman, Juan Gonzalez, welcome to all of our viewers and listeners across the country and around the world. Democrats have seized control of the house of representatives flipping more than two dozen seats. This gives Democrats subpoena power for the first time since President Trump was elected two years ago, while the Democrats will control the House Republicans picked up two more seats in the Senate on the state level. Democrats picked up seven governorships huge turnout numbers were reported across the country. President Trump responded to the election results by tweeting, quote, if the Democrats think they're going to waste taxpayer money investigating us at the house level. Then we will likewise be forced to consider investigating them for all of the leaks of classified information and much else at the Senate level to complete that game. The terms were a groundbreaking election for women for the first time in US history. At least one hundred women will serve in the US house of representatives, including the first two native American women and the first two Muslim women later in the program. We'll hear from. Democratic socialist Alexandra Cossio Cortes who became the youngest woman ever elected to congress. But we begin today's show with two guests here in New York, Katrina, vanden Heuvel, editor and publisher of the nation. America's oldest weekly magazine. She's also a columnist for the Washington Post dot com, and we're joined by Rashad Robinson, executive director of color of change. We welcome you both to democracy. Now, let's begin with Katrina vanden who've oh your thoughts on what has taken place the house now in the hands of Democrats Republicans have expanded control of the Senate. I think taking back the house is critical is a check on President Trump. But also, I think it's important people know that a majority of the committees and subcommittees will be controlled by progressives. The progressive caucus will have about ninety members some of the women you mentioned will join and it will have thirteen committees. And I think thirty subcommittees that's important. And I think the ability to not only hold the president in the. Administration accountable on corruption on self interest on self-dealing, but the ability to lay out bold initiatives, bold, legislation may not pass with a Senate as we've seen it. But it's critical. I think that the progressive Democrats lay out in this war of ideas, that progressives have been winning to a certain extent fifteen minimum wage jobs program infrastructure, free higher. Ed. The governor's race is one spoke of critical critical both as a blue wall against the redistricting scams that we've seen from the Republicans critical also to rest back the rust belt from Trump who really did. Well, and key parts, Wisconsin. How sweet it is Scott Walker going down. I mean, my colleague John Nichols has written so much copy about this man who busted public workers assault on education has demeaned and degraded the Wisconsin idea, so I think that's critical amendment for renewed Robinson. And I were. Talking about it. One thing we've seen in this election. Amien won the barriers to democratic participation the will funded targeting voting suppression. So men men for restoring rights to ex-felons to vote one point four million Floridians will be able to vote I think is a vital step on the road to a true democracy. Statehouses? We haven't seen the numbers yet. But those will be hopeful as well flipping. I think Minnesota and a few others. So I think it was you know, it was a bittersweet night because we've seen the incendiary toxic. Nationalism xenophobia, any immigrant actions talk of this president and his enabler in the Republican party. You know, they they secured some wins. However, those who say was kinda split, let's all recall that the Senate map is the most horrific for Democrats. I mean, it's just, you know, the one third up we're really states in which the Republicans and Trump of played well, you mentioned the rust belt, and it to know that there were three states that really delivered for Trump, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania and of the and they're those three in those three states. The statewide all Ron's either for governor or for Senate for the US Senate of the Democrats won six out of seven. So you've seen a situation now where those key states now are really not as reliable Republican as they appear to be in two thousand. One. I mean, many of those voters went for Obama in two thousand and eight and two thousand and twelve so it was that flip in two thousand sixteen that has to be looked at. And I think last night was in good insight into what is possible in twenty twenty in effect. We can talk about a twenty twenty began last night, but that's a different discussion. But I think you see it with taking back those those state houses there were some good minimum wage initiatives in states very troubling that good initiative in Washington state, the kind of carbon tax the green new deal went down. You still see the power of corporate money in our system and at the state level. There were six states that moved into total democratic contrived and the one of the New York state where the New York state Senate, which was had been very evenly divided. The Republicans control now is overwhelmingly democratic twenty three. I think is now the number in the New York state Senate win that means in terms of what can be accomplished. By progressives. Progressives won a supermajority in the Vermont house neutralizing, the newly reelected governor fill Scott's veto threat knows this. I mean, it's critical on so many levels. But historically, as you will know we've lost over a thousand state legislative seats in the last few years. So this is coming back and saying Democrats progressives are going to play at all levels, New York state. You studied you've written one? It's a major win us. See what governor Cuomo does with it because he's hid behind the inability to do much with the independent democratic conference now defeated one last race, which I think is very important one. And I were talking about is Antonio Delgado in the nineteenth congressional district that race was supercharged with toxic racist rhetoric. John Foucault has held out against good people except for teach out, but he's gone. So I think you know, it's a bittersweet, but I think real gains were made. And I think it would be wrong to. Downplay those one of the nation's most closely watched races of the year remains too close to call Georgia secretary of state Brian Kemp, holding a slim lead over democratic challenger Stacey Abrams who is vying to be the first African American woman governor in US history, but Abrams is refusing to concede because thousands of absentee ballots have not yet been counted campus currently at fifty point five percent if he dips below fifty the race goes to a runoff. The Georgia race was marred by widespread allegations of voter suppression carried out by Brian camp. Again, who is as Georgia secretary of state is in control of the elections, despite the fact many demanded that he recused himself. Meanwhile, in Florida Democrat Andrew gillum conceded to Republican Ron to Santa's after a tight race Gillam attempting to become Florida's first African American government, but faced a string of racist attacks from outside groups into Santa's who told Floridians knocked. Monkey this up and in Maryland, Republican governor Larry HOGAN was re elected defeating democrat, Ben jealous. The former head of the N double ACP or shod Robinson. You're the executive director of color of change. Yeah. I think I think these. You know, what happened last night with particularly with Andrew in Stacy's race. I think represents the way that the south is changing.
Midterm elections latest: Dems take the House, GOP expands hold in Senate
"The midterm election results continued to come into the ten ten wins room some key races still too close to call locally and across the nation. But here are some of the things we know for sure right now, the Democrats have won enough seats to take control of the house of representatives with help from voters in New York and New Jersey who flipped to Republican districts blew the Republicans are expanding their majority in the US Senate after defeating democratic incumbents who served in states Donald Trump won in two thousand sixteen. The biggest local upset in our area was on Staten Island, where Republican congressman has been defeated New York City's entire congressional delegation will be made up of Democrats now and the newest faces are much younger Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. Maybe the youngest new member of congress. But max rose is not far behind a thirty one year old army veteran who will represent Staten Island and part of Brooklyn after a hard fought campaign against Dan. Donovan we believe in an America. We all know is possible. One way doesn't matter. What? Your race is what's your color, your sexual orientation, your grave Donovan conceded that I don't look at this. As a sad occasion. I look at this. As the end of something that I've enjoyed so much warmer, Staten Island DA vacating the seat he'd held for three years winning it in a special election in two thousand fifteen to replace Michael Grimm, whom he defeated in this year's primary. Sonia Rincon ten ten wins. News Republican congressman Peter King and Lee Zeldin will retain their seats on Long Island, along with Democrats, Kathleen rice, and Tom Swazi democrat. Antonio Delgado has ousted freshman Republican congressman John facile in Hudson valley swing district wins news time one zero four New Jersey voters were asked to choose between two unpopular men in the Garden State, Bob Menendez and Donald Trump. They chose the democrat at the end of a bitter campaign. Bob Menendez stood victorious on the stage. But not quite ready to let it go. I'm so proud that New Jersey rejected the politics of personal. Structure, the incumbent democrat winning eight third-term knocking off Republican Bob Yuga. I wasn't the right messenger to get it delivered. But we've opened the door let people know that we really care about. And the people were jersey do deserve better. Menendez vowed to continue to fight continuing to earn the respective voters. I'm fighting for you. I always have. And I always will because we're in this all together. Thank you so much. Jones. Tim ten wins in HOGAN Democrats flipped GOP seats. In New Jersey, Mikey Cheryl a veteran. One time prosecutor winning in the twelfth district over Republican assemblyman Jay Webber after congressman Rodney freeling housing announced his retirement democratic state Senator Jeff Andrew winning in the second district over Republican Trump ally, Seth Grossman, Tom Malinowski. Former State Department official under President Obama defeating five term Republican incumbent Leonard Lance in the seventh district cheryl's victory along the democratic incumbent congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman win. And the twelfth district means New Jersey will have to women represented in the house for the first time since nineteen eighty two still too close to call this morning the nasty race between Trump supporting Congressman Tom McArthur. And democrat Andy Kim, less than half of a percent separates them at last count. Governor Andrew Cuomo cruising to victory over Republican duchess county, executive Mark Marlin our governor Cuomo spoke strongly and passionately about the New York of the future invoking his father's term for. His view as a pragmatic progressive. But the second part of his victory speech laced into President Trump to attack diversity. Our since he says, there's no room for policies and rhetoric that tear people apart the end of the day long is stronger, then hey, and he says Democrats can show the way Juliet Papa ten ten wins at Democratic Party
"delgado" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Nineteenth district in New York. This is where Antonio Delgado is running against a facile. My understanding brief conversation with a democratic election official up there. All lot of absentee ballots, which is a very good sign. But. And there's very high numbers for early voting Republicans are coming up. I mean, keep in mind that on the some of these special elections, we saw Republicans come out in higher numbers than they normally do as well as Democrats. Democrats came out with a little bit more higher numbers. So a voting is going to be key. They have been activated in many respects by. Anti-immigrant policies. I mean, right now you see, there's a reason why Donald Trump is talking about this caravan and we will. We'll talk about it of a Central American essentially families. Crossing through Mexico at this time with the hopes of of getting into this country, maybe even a hope, some hopes of getting asylum in Mexico as well. But here's Donald Trump at a rally. Where was this rally last night? This is in Houston. Very well attended is my understanding. This is the one where I think Ted Cruz went and did the sort of Simeon thing where he held his hand out like this and. But out downs Trump, here's Donald Trump. Listen. You can't go up in front of a national audience and say, hey. We're going to put it to the Jews. But you can do this. Radical Democrats want to turn back. For the rule of corrupt power, hungry. Globalists'. You noted loveless is right. You know what? It's lovely. Globalist is a person that wants to do well, frankly, not caring about our country so much, and you know what? We can't have that. You know, they haven't learned. It sort of became old. It's called a nationalist and I say, really, we're not supposed to use that word. You know what I am. I'm nationalist. Okay..
"delgado" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"Welcome Frankie Delgado from the hill. How are you? Hey, what's up? Sheena? We known each other for quite some time now since college? Yes. Like since I had a fake ID and Franky with need me into club. Yes, it did. I had a great fake ID's. So you didn't know it was fake just made sure I got in without swiping. It. You haven't really aged. Thank you. You either a little bit again, a couple of pounds. I see. I gained quite a few pounds, but then I lost it again. Now I'm putting it back on, but mostly it's all going to my ass. So I'm not complaining. Don't complain about. I feel like it's been forever since I've seen you though. Like probably I'm going to say since I got married, probably. Yeah, I don't think I've seen you're married now. Married wife is beautiful. By the way, drop that gorgeous seriously. I looked up. Yeah, bless you. Did too. Well, I think I got better. I got the better side of it, right to gorgeous kids have to two babies ones for years old. She's a little girl. Her name's Isabella and my boy whose his name's Francis and he's a year and a half, and he's just a little rascal. He's just out there. Yep, Yep, Yep. And then, yeah, like. Wow, I haven't. The hills, you. Since kala Frankie from the clubs? Yeah. So my mom is also here she guest hosting with me again today in case we get into any hills, stuff that I don't have as much knowledge about because my mom watched every episode at least probably fourteen times da series shutting about watching fourteen. Do you still watch the reruns on MTV when it's on reliving the hills with me? Yeah, see, I was living it. I did. I did do a couple of associates. That, yeah, I still every time they are running reruns getting. Yeah, Sheena in the bangs? Yeah. Do you want to get my mom's also here doing some social media for us today, star social media girls out. So if these videos look like crop, you guys know why. The mall just getting, but okay. So yes, I've known you since college. You went to six of this was six. So what you and my best friend Andrea went to call together and San Diego just that's how I might you. And then the hills was already going on around Laguna beach glow. Okay. Wanted the hell start and I had my own TV show called twenty four, seven back then if y'all remember that show. Way back way back that was me and a couple of buddies. We like on this type of entourage TV show on MTV and while there had Luna beach, and then I had to join the y. an half, but I joined the hills a little bit later on because I had a contract dispute where like I couldn't just drop from my other show to join all my friends. Yeah, on the hills. Gotcha. But yeah, and so I think a lot of you guys now that I also was on a couple of the hills, you weren't there for those nights, but it was with Heidi and Spencer and Stacey. The Vardar remember, Stacey, I remember Stacey, we, we used to have some good times together, crazies crazy states. She was the year last week from Switzerland. She lives in Switzerland. Now, though she. You know what? I kind of been on everybody kinda like went away and I stayed involved in LA nightlife still, and so I didn't really keep up with a lot of people. Yeah, but she's in. She lives in two Westerlund oak married? Yeah, married has a daughter. She's two now name's Audrey atoms. So KIO. Wow. Yeah, I feel like everyone has kids except me pretty much like I just found out my friend Jackie's having her second kid. My friend, Michelle, having her second kid. I'm like, I'm not even close to one. I'm divorced. I'm going backwards. Anybody interviewed. Well, there is a podcast here called a divorce sucks or something. I think that I'm going to be doing are on. But yeah, we, we've talked about it. I've been divorced for like two years now. We we. We have a lot of. I have no idea. You were even married. Yeah, divorce, no kids, no kids, but your cats. The cat lady. It's funny whenever people come over, I just moved to marina..
"delgado" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Delgado. Okay. Delgado wrapped he has a rap video. He also graduated from Harvard law. He was a Rhodes scholar tremendously, capable and brilliant. And you got tight flow. I don't I don't know what their y'all landscape for me. Damn what else? Do you want from me? Let's go to Andy in Marietta and a good day. Welcome. I'm good Andy why you're freeze picking on. Delgado, sir. You know? I don't really I'm not really that familiar with Delgado. Would you agree has a tight flow? I'm just not really I'd have to Google it because I'm just not really. What do this man Google and bring your grandkids around and let them flow to the words of Delgado. Okay. I'll i'll. I will. Okay. There may be wise. Speaking musical artists. You are speaking of. Aretha Franklin again. Yeah. And if you really want to get a fall appreciation artist you really need to lessen Tomo final for. You've not first person. Yeah. You're not the first person to have said that to me. Oh, no. That's that's. Vinyl, and you can listen to the mix and the sound waves from the force of these artists and mixing in. Foresaw compressed in Tom. Little. Much better much. All right. Good stuff. I'd take I take that under advisement. Thank you, sir. And then next on the. You know, he's talking about the armed guards in schools and more armed guards fan, and we have Cal. Renna goes to show you the failed state. You why where twenty fourth in the world and inside? Twenty in in reading and fortieth and bison that we have going on more and more every year, you see more and more being home-schooled or in private schools. I think that percents now north of thirteen percent and increasing every year. It's a failed system. And I blame a lot of that on. NEA? On the a the national educator an educator association. More interested in their teachers than they are. So let me push back on that. Hold on. Let me push back on that. Because I've worked with the Georgia association of educators and the national association of educators I've worked with both organizations. Okay. Yes. And yes at times now, the majority of the time, but at times, I have seen negotiations were seemed it seemed as if the kid or the child in the school system to back seat to the entire conversation. But I also know this due to the presence of organize unions like the national association or the Georgia association of educators. You are able to attract a higher quality teacher because of these various protections that exist for educators in the field. Directly with with schoolteachers. Well, well, educated brilliant can do a lot of other things other than teach. They choose to do it because there's a level of job assurance job assuredly, if that did not exist. They have told me directly they would not continue working in the school system because it's not worth it. Now I've worked at the lobbyists as well. For multiple agencies, and I have off record lobbied for issues, dealing with educators. And yes, I get your point. But when you compare the net positive and the negative the net, positives outweigh anything. Well, it does not for the not for the child. Not true. Not true. Many times the negotiation is about quality of curriculum. It's about resources for the school system which infect helps the student, and it's also about teacher pay which helps you with teacher recruitment and retention all of that positively affects the student all of it. And so that's why we have converted from education to indoctrination of the student explained the difference because I tell my college students the same thing. But I understand the difference. What's the difference to you will in my mind education? She should be about the three RS reading writing replicate, we got a number of graduates. I I saw. What about the art natural? What about the arts? Oh, I agree. Well, I think archers part of it. Also what about the sciences sciences? Absolutely. What about what about engineering? Absolutely. Okay. All right. So, sir. What I just showed. You is that if if the education fundamentals are reading writing and arithmetic you just excluded everything that you agreed with that. That's teaching. I'm talking about indoctrination. Okay. And so I agree with the need to focus on those those areas. Like, I said that's why today we're fortieth and basic math. I saw you something about the. Educational national Education Association their figures they were showing that only forty percent out of the eighty percent, the graduate only half of those if that really prepared for the next step. So let me ask you this for technical. Well, let me say this to you. So let me say this to you. I'm getting a second doctorate in education. Okay. So this time I'm getting a doctorate in education at Clark Atlanta university wanted to find research universities in the world. All right. Okay. What I've seen in. My studies is that there's a real disconnect between the numbers that we looked at today in how the job market actually works today. So yes, we are still talking about math. But we are talking about a judging the parameters of math performance based on an antiquated system. We're not looking at hold on. Andy were not looking at math performance based on the emerging job creation or the emerging economic culture. So we're looking at it in its own context. Not in the social context of the business atmosphere. Well, as you know, historically education has been driven by economics and Bob business, finance, and so that's what drives. Yeah. But the problem is well sure, but the problem is right now. And this is part of my dissertation research. Basically, I know there are exceptions. But virtually your entire reason for going to high school and graduating high school is to prepare you for digital steady like college, or technical training, etc. Right. That's correct. Okay. Do you realize these institutions of higher education have absolutely no say so in how students are trained to come to their campus meaning out of everybody? Everybody in the process has say so everybody except for the institution. You are preparing the student. They have no say so in what happens at that high school. Well, and lot of times the template they play some ministration is a false narrative to begin with in the hiring. Far as. High school education, and and below that really for me, and I'm not an educational expert. But it's got to be on the local level. They can't be mandated out of Washington really can't even be mandated from a state level, sir. I completely concur. I agree. I think there are some fundamentals. There must be standing is standardized. But I also believe that when it comes to training our students for that next level. We have to understand the human touch. I appreciate your call. Andy. John. Thank you four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three..
'The Hills' cast to reunite for new series
"And then MTV announced that the hills, new beginnings will reunite original cast members alongside their children and friends and follow their personal and professional lives while living in Los Angeles with new faces in the picture and returning favorites, the hills will be back for new beginning in twenty nineteen. We need that. Not sure we'd do. Here's the thing like some of the most popular ones aren't going to be on. Kristen Cavalieri has her show on e, it's all about her and her starting up a company in Nashville with her husband Jay Cutler, which is just a quality show. Lauren Conrad was done with the hills. That's why they had to launch Laguna beach because she's like, I'm out right. And then you've got Whitney. I don't know where she is and, then lo where's. Low I ask of you I. Mean I don't know half, those. Names okay Whitney was? My. Favorite by the way, sure they, got they got, that's that's week you guys yeah when, you're bringing in, you know? Spencer Pratt sister which Bringing, in Spencer, Pratt you're done, well Was on, the original she was on the. Original but she was kind of periphery but. I will say this about Stephanie Pratt she is on a reality show and by reality, I'm making air quotes made in, Chelsea. Which is over in. London quality really it. Is so bad it, is so good
KNX, California and President discussed on KNX Programming
"Karen Adams public drunken lewd behavior reportedly by senior California, lottery officials the governor's office is looking into those stories coming up. In the next, fifteen minutes, but first traffic and, weather together every ten minutes on the fives it's twelve forty five years Daphne Broadbent west
"delgado" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"On a pair today it was his second shot that he hit all day and it was from thirty feet descend michigan back to bed sweet sixteen absolutely incredible finish and i was surprised no one covering the basketball in a situation where you can't run the baseline they were able to get it inbounds just enough time to build a triple up make a pass jordan pool hit ridiculous shots so the wolverines await tomorrow's winner between texas am and north carolina they will head out to los angeles and boy on thursday night in the sweet sixteen for the fourth time in six years meanwhile the earlier game today between seton hall and kansas the one eight matchup in the mid west region with a right to go to the sweet sixteen in omaha was really good kansas gal to a good start but seton hall had a guy who had unbelievable game and he brought the buyer back over on the left wing it's gorgeous data delgado is calling for it he gets it that's down lightfoot hook shot up at here at angel delgado flexing muscles he is in its own angel delgado finished the ballgame twenty four points twenty three rebounds he's only the fifth player in the last forty tournaments davidge twenty twenty performance that's putting in work and this is a guy that he does put up big numbers but he did this against a very tough very physical and deep kansas squad but kansas would come back to take a five point lead at the break in kansas didn't have a great apron devante grandma got hit in the face right before halftime they had a good game though from the big twelve tournament most outstanding player largest lead nine that gave the first half carrington pass to the right elbow grew the hansa delgado chances has it back outlet up ahead a catch league nuba beautiful with kansas is up ten dances would go on to have a twelve point lead and they would hold that for a while but seton hall as they proved against nc state the other night hit score a bunch of points and can do it really quickly and that happened again tonight seton hall doubt seven with a possession between the.
"delgado" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Orlando sentinel reports delgado who suffers from pt esi has reportedly been let go just six months before being vested in his pension orlando pd is insane why they keep barker cbs news some one fifty traffic and transit on the twos things are jammed up right now on the schuylkill expressway going westbound we just got some good news from pen dot that the work crew that was out there 30th street they are now gone now of course we've got this delay to take a little while to get out of there but it's westbound from their avenue in through south street where they just picked up that construction westbound on the vine street expressway season heavy traffic all the way across its nothing too out of the ordinary but things are a bit sluggish also seeing some slow traffic going eastbound heath the right around of belmont then right around gladwin heading into the contract concur it's just volume four seventy six the blue route northbound we've got a truck that is sitting in one of the ez pass express lanes accident with a fuel spill doesn't look like much of a delay at the moment rest of the blue route looks to be in really good shape ninety five northbound right around three twenty two we've got some sweepers taking out the right lane and then again northbound above the walt whitman bridge we have a couple lanes that are taken out get over to the right it's another crew that through its work there got some information about the eastbound pennsylvania turnpike mug read a morgantown there's a worker taking out one lane and then four miles before downingtown there was apparently an overturned truck that information just coming in you can get by as of this time in new jersey to 95 southbound approaching thirty eight to just south of 38 heavy traffic there more work going on there to our bridges look to be in decent shape mass transit no reported problems next update less than ten minutes.
"delgado" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"He's a different personality and i am on the show and i am i'm more like i want to shoot the shit but the guys and get into that kind of thing and so delgado was filling in for me and then we you know we offered them a fulltime spot and he's and he took it so i mean this will be my last time on other than as a maybe a guest appearance because i said to you if there's like something awesome in the navy seal community ad no i'm happy to come on any time and fill in is needed but the regular guy we'll be delgado and i'm going to focus on the power thought podcast so that i mean that's it and jason will do a great job aquis he he loves it he really do it and he brings that flare that that i think balances well with with jacks personality on the show excited adam aboard and it it it's it's cool to watch him have success with bounty hunter for 3s book it just got published in the u k k addition and you're seeing a guy and how some success and now we're able to to provide of another veteran jobs who he doesn't have to contract and leave his kids and go overseas so he can have the freedom to pursues tattoo business as well and still host the show right for us contribute content and and be part of the hurricane family so that's that's pretty cool any time i can you bring a of a combat vet like that into the fold and know that no what that means for him and being around his kids more and and just getting out of that contractor business which is a it's not.
"delgado" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"Pick it up jason delgado with chris martin bounty hunter 43 my life and combat for marine scott sniper demar sock it's out today and then once again to release party for the book the first of which is this thursday october fifth at amital looney's in times square 210 west 50th street from five to nine pm not to be confused with other ola news is that on scissors 210 what i don't know if you knew though is this is an area in blizzard owed data errand that's all other angles area yet he's a sheep art wall said i don't know if you knew that of that and it's dad has another bar oh yeah yeah and so he's got that's what i'm saying there's another bar in the area services 210 west trivia the history it like the heart of times square pretty much october fifth this thursday fivetonne amend if you're in the pennsylvania area sunday october 15th four to six pm with our friend dan kulik i'd tattered bill works one south union street middletown pan x dame kulik the man with the software it lacked atr flag can't forget that guy who you've touted as well so patriotism and liquor get outta dad weis retired at the top of that too and who's up and as a dead pool without holding a mug fee that on my on my instagram that be said if you guys want to follow me joe delgado arte on instagram or about 100 jd on facebook yup that's what i was gonna say i'm glad you through that in there.