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Democrat Kathy Hochul sworn in as elected New York governor

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Democrat Kathy Hochul sworn in as elected New York governor

"New York governor Kathy hochul was sworn in for her first full term on Sunday making history as the first woman elected to the position in the state. Hi, Kathy hochul. Do celebrity swear. Do solemnly swear. Kathy hochul starts her first full four year term as New York's governor but wants to make more than history. I came here to make a difference. Democrats says they're a fight ahead. First, we must and will. Make our state safer. This means New Yorkers can walk our streets and ride our subways. Our kids can go to school, free from fear. Local, who defeated Republican Lee zeldin also called for making the state more affordable, citing the high cost of living. Also sworn in Sunday, lieutenant governor Antonio Delgado, Julie Walker, New York

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Michael Luciano Is Hung on New York Special Election

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 7 months ago

Michael Luciano Is Hung on New York Special Election

"Apparently you don't need to think at all to work at mediaite just like media matters Just young inexperienced barely literate and an ideologue of the left Now a perfect example of this is Michael Luciano He's a Luciano And he wants you to know because he's so worldly Let's see here Want you to know that this election Really came down to one place Well this is a significant victory for Democrats Republicans lose special election and swing district they were poised to win Democrat pat Ryan is headed to Congress after defeating Republican Mark molinaro In a special election on Tuesday night With just a small handful of votes left to be counted Ryan leads 52 to 48% in New York's 19th congressional district last month multiple polls showed Ryan trailing by double digits Not surprisingly Republicans were optimistic about capturing the seat Which Democrat Antonio Delgado vacated to become lieutenant governor of the state in May Located in upstate New York The 19th went for Donald Trump by 7 points in 2016 and Joe Biden by two in 2020 District is largely rural which is why Republicans were optimistic about flipping the seat in a midterm election because historically The president's party endures a net loss in House seats MSNBC Steve kornacki was the network's big board parsing county vote data just before NBC News called the race

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"delgado" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:43 min | 8 months ago

"delgado" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Everything. Like in one, can win sorry, spending, routing, tabitha, there, depending on what they have or horses, baby horses, female boys, no matter what you have, I don't want to be known by having one, it's basically one angle like this spring trainer or this is a baby trainer or this is a claim in trainer. I want to have it all. And pretty much thank God the stats are showing that we pretty good of the claim. We are pretty good with the first timer. We're pretty good with three rolls. We pretty good running claimings or running main special ways or running stage of waste eggs or it doesn't matter where we've got like we already have I just wing. Where do you need to improve the most right now? I wouldn't move or fit anything that I have right now. I just try to focus more on getting better horses and new clients and Broadway clients that are already in the big leagues. Not many as a claiming, I would happy to train them and to have them is the good horses and the stakes of the are going to show you around that I'm going to give you a reputation that is going to last forever. So right now I'm just trying to focus now that the sales are coming 18, 25 year links that have the potential to be good to it and really good sales. So maybe I'm lucky and have a whole thing and go to the Kentucky area or to areas of international show, I asked you the one attribute or quality of your father as a trainer that you have tried to emulate. How about your uncle Gustavo? What are some of the things that he does well that you have tried to take away from his operation and do it your way? Well, I always say more this is more personal like of his personality and his character. The guys never satisfied and it doesn't matter what happened that day guru but the next day he worked harder and he gets a little better. He will do he's a guy that is always pushing for better and always striving for better. It's easy to say but it's not easy to do it when they do have 300 savings 65 days and through the years to keep that intensity and that determinant is remarkable. So I think that was the thing I appreciated for his experiences and for all his lessons that the guy in life he always never back down he never fills down like makes us there is always moving forward. He will turn the page and move forward and move forward and try to do things different or better but it will move forward. The whole win or lose he always move forward. So I try to be the same. I'd like to be always like a baseball player that one day got stuck out the first three in the first I forget that right away and I tried to go to the next one and not keep it down in my mind too much so I don't waste time and I don't get stuck in the past. I just try to move forward and be better every day. And you've done it very, very well and it must be fun when you get to run against your uncle too and kind of lock horns with him on the racetrack. I'm sure that's a fun family dynamic too visiting with Jorge Delgado who is my special guest here on trainer talk presented by phasic tipton Jorge we're down to the final three minutes or so in the program and I always like to wrap up the show by asking trainers to tell me something about themselves that we haven't talked about yet. So any other hobbies or interests or sports that you follow or anything like that that you enjoy doing outside of racing. And a big fan of basketball and a big fan of soccer. I love music. I love to listen to music and every other like that's one of my things. I like to go to the gym and like clean my mind and try to feel better mentally and just put my airports on and lead it to music is one of my favorite things to do. And pretty much I consider myself, I can see I can be seen a little rough sometimes scary. I've been told, but I'm pretty much, in my opinion, I'm down to fun times and time and I'm pretty much there myself more like a child and more like a key to have a junk so I'm just I will leave my time person and just try to have the time. Yeah, I don't find you scary at all. I never was scared doing this show with you my friend. Never once. I heard that in this wagon, not so long ago. I guarantee she has looking for a job and she says, I just want to go, but you always saw the focus and you look scary. Focused. Dialed in, whatever word you want to use to describe it. That is Jorge Delgado. It's been a wonderful, wonderful hour hearing your story, Jorge. I can't thank you enough

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"delgado" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:49 min | 8 months ago

"delgado" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"I super hero and my own tell I was we were blessed that he was the guy back in the days and he was like the guy with better horses in Venezuela. So that gave me the shins and the opportunity to join and see oversee a really nice operation on the bed sources in the country. And believe me, it was a very special thing back in the days in Venezuela. It was like very good horse racing and a lot of passion and love from the horses and like Venezuelan people are big fans of horse racing. So I was very close to the best barn by fire. So I didn't have a chance to look out at training. I had enough in my family. I mentioned at the beginning of the show that you're in the midst of the best year of your career and that all 5 years your wind totals have continued to increase. So Jorge, you just keep getting better and better and better. When you have those conversations with your father, who you just described as your hero. And you get a chance to visit with him and talk to him. What are those conversations like? He must be very proud of you as a former trainer himself. He's my number one thing. I know that he knows everything about my horses. Where was the last time they raised when was the last time they work out? Even if I don't tell him he would look it up in equities or he would look it up and sometimes he even knows that's right before I know so I know every other race day he's paying attention to a razor thing. He's watching what happens in every now and then he will tell me something he will suggest something about is like he was my superhero. I know I'm in superhero right now. And he's my number one fan. I know that it's nothing important more important to him in his life than Micah reading my operation and my success because he loved horses like horses in his life forces more than anything and I know he's enjoying and having so much fun and living through me and I think that even like health and he wants to have something to look forward and he keeps his mind this is I feel very grateful that I can do that for him. What's the one thing that you do now that you're training on your own that you watched your father do all those years ago? What's the one similarity? Well, he would write down everything that I am seeing that he was pretty consistent. And write it down everything and believe it or not it's a secret and it's raining and a lot of things can go to notice and a lot of it can be forgotten and then when you think it's not going to be crucial or it is going to happen because you forget something is not true. Once you let something pass or what you forget something changed the outcome of the race or the performance of the horses and I will always see him with a notebook small notebook and a paying and he would write everything so he won't forget anything. So that's one of the things that I remember that he did like not that he was like a racing technique or like what it was something that he was very particular. And I keep that from him. Our horses we have like pretty much the same philosophies we care about every horse individually and I don't like to be to have a program for all the horses and freedom equal. I feel like any of them are different. They think different. They act different. They move different. So I try to trade them like individually all of them and I check them pretty much two or four times a week, the bed does it like a couple of times a week, but I take my time and I think I don't need anyone doing myself so I know where my House is out and what they need in my opinion and what I can improve or what I should be on top with anyhow. So that maybe when you believe and I pretty much like that. He sounds like a seasoned veteran. He never know that he's only been doing this for 5 years. I'm talking with trainer Jorge, Delgado here on trainer talk presented by phasic tipton. Jorge stay with me. We're going to get to a short commercial break when we come back. We'll talk more about your uncle Gustavo. We'll talk about some of his top horses and we'll look back on those two grade one victories that you've had earlier this season.

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"delgado" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

07:49 min | 8 months ago

"delgado" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"And me and another guy we pay for the rent and we were sitting two or three guys at the same time on the drive finally I started getting things at all and I rolled my own car. It was 1997. Why? You know that didn't work out too far. That kind of leaves me on the streets like two or three times with the different issues and what it was a good start to learn pretty much from the very bottom and to appreciate things from the very bottom. So now any good thing that happens to me I always look back and I look now and I breathe like way more way for the I think I would have been if I have everything right away. Yeah, I was going to ask you that very same question. Do you find that you are much more appreciative of where you are now that you can appreciate the journey more because of where you started? Way more, way more and I miss everything. And it is pretty special because not so long ago and I was working for someone else. I was struggling to pay the bills and not so long ago I was just dreaming to have a license or to win our raising the afternoons and I will comment to my friends or today jockey agents that I know back in the days and I would tell them and they would always give me this answer. Who's going to give you the horseheads? Who's going to give you a shot or how you're going to go to start an operation if you don't right now you have much to offer or what you want to offer that this range resolution trainer or this top ten train is half and you can do better. So then the only way you can do it is just trusting and believing yourself and taking a chance. The first thing that I was training, it wasn't any fun. It was very rough. I love the seeds. I broke my mating after a four star. Yeah. What after the four stars, you watched a little while, like maybe 30 more stars that I want my second race. I do remember that they happen weekly and Tyler gallon rode the horse in Calder. And back, I remember those months and I was debating myself is I keep doing it or like I should stop. I should work. I should start working with someone else or otherwise you want to do. And that wing gave me a lot of strength and power to keep going. And since then, I think falling in place a little bit more slowly, but better life is working better. I will win more often, I will hit the board more often. I start claiming horses that at the bottom and please are looking better. And until joking racing, his father passing and father, they give me a shot to train their horses that I would really have a good break and I started actually opening like a decent outfit and having a little bit of better stock. Talking with trainer Jorge Delgado here on trainer talk presented by phasic tipton, Jorge since we are talking about the early days of your career, which, by the way, is only 5 years ago, but we're talking about you just getting started with launching your own training career. When I say the name Sarah, what does that mean to you? I don't even know pretty special. At the time, I only had three horses. I didn't feel any of them, but him have a chance to win. And he was his second start when he broke his mating. And you're not using your whole life of that day, you see your name on a horse that wins and started a winner and go to a winner SQL and you've been the main character of that. I remember the host with a lot of joy in a lot of good emotions because he gave me one of the best days in my life like you feel like everything can happen and you feel like you're Superman and everything takes better. The food tastes better, you sleep better because you because you just want. So he made me feel that way and he made me believe that things could happen in that I could win races. So when the horse actually crossed the wire for you and you beat a field of 5 or 6 or ten of all the trainers, you actually feel that angle enough to do what I'm doing. That happened July 9th, 2017, the first win of your career. Do you fine too that it also gives you, it gives you belief in yourself because you realize, hey, I can do this. I can make this work. Of course. Yeah, and everyone wants to win. And in the end, it's more, I think, who have a better stock and who have a better operation than you are able to win more races or way more often. But when you start like I start and you start from the very bottom, it's not many senses that you have to win and show yourself and show your capabilities. So when a horse does it for you, that means the world because it's not many chances and believe it when I say that it's not many. It's a very short amount of shares that you have to tell the world or tell the fact I can win races. And thank you for me that day. We're going to spend some more time talking about your uncle Gustavo and his operation here in just a minute. But before I get to that point, I'm going to throw another horse name at you Jorge. And I know that this is a horse that has a lot of meaning to you too. Funny side. Tell me the story behind funny side. Funny side. Bike light bike horse. At the time in Venezuela, you know, like it's not like nowadays, the Internet you can find the race you want inside the show you want any day any second. Back in the day, my father will take the replay of the races and we will rewatch them over and over and over again. And that was like my favorite sweet breakdown see some maybe still believe that was my favorite. I used to be a big fan and I wanted him to become so bad but he loved the last one. And I will rewatch three run that raise maybe 7 times that week. All the horses were going to close the wire first sadly was just a replay. And I remember who was in there the entire mega and Jerry Bailey and demos wanted it was peaceful and life on his side. Many, many times. But I was a big fan of that horse and I really loved that super account season. I found it very interesting. I actually read that story as I was preparing for the show. And I found it interesting that you mentioned in the article I was reading that when you were growing up in Venezuela and you were watching funny side and you were going back through those replays and watching him and falling in love with him that your dream, your goal was to win The Kentucky Derby, but now that you've been in Florida for a while, that goal has kind of shifted a little bit, which surprised me. Yeah, I feel fraudulent and I just say those are the way I was lucky to win one of the site takes legs with

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"delgado" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"delgado" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The leaked opinion may not represent though the court's final decision on roe versus wade A police official says nearly half of all people arrested for a hate crimes in the city this year have documented mental health issues Andrew areas is the head of NYPD's hate crime task force He told members of the city council the number of hate crimes this year rose by 27% There were 202 confirmed hate crimes between January 1st and May 1st of this year In comparison to the 159 8 5 in the same period of 2021 Arias was speaking at a joint oversight hearing of the council's committee on civil and human rights and committee on public safety Governor Kathy hochul has tapped congressman Antonio Delgado to become her new lieutenant governor the pair appeared yesterday at the state capitol Delgado says he's committed to helping New Yorkers recover and reconnect after more than two years of the COVID pandemic We need to heal together And put humanity back into our interactions with one another And I want to be a part of that healing process While hulk also says the paperwork has been submitted to place Delgado's name on the June primary ballot he is not officially resigned yet from his currency in Congress she says that will happen later this month 51 would light rain out there now morning showers yes we've been seeing that all morning long we will see sunshine later on in a high of 66 Tomorrow mostly sunny and 72 and then Friday at 50 50 chance of rain.

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"delgado" Discussed on Generation V

Generation V

04:54 min | 11 months ago

"delgado" Discussed on Generation V

"It's a turn off when I, when my heart does not feel safe with you. It is a turn off when you flirt with other women or other men in front of me. It makes me feel unsafe. If I don't feel safe with you, I'm not going my psyche is not going to want to open up my body and my genitals to you. So making sure that your partner feels safe as such an important turn on. Hey, what's up, everybody? Welcome back to my podcast. I am your host, nimai Delgado, and today's episode, we're gonna be talking about relationships, specifically conscious relationships and what a conscious relationship is. We have my beautiful girlfriend Bianca Taylor as a guest. And she's been on the episode or on the podcast for several episodes. She's my most popular guest and we constantly get questions asked about our relationship and we have a great time talking about our experiences. I wanna preface again this episode that we are not relationship coaches. We have done quite a bit of work on ourselves. We've had relationship coaches before that have helped us through our own challenges and conflicts and break up and having a conscious, uncoupling. Which is basically both agreeing to separate and go on our own ways. And then we reunited back in February of 2021 after a 9 month break. After dating for four years, and we really like talking about this subject, obviously, and I put a post on my Instagram story yesterday, asking my audience to submit any questions that they may have about relationships, conflict, literally anything. So I took screenshots of the questions and we're gonna answer them. This is gonna be completely unscripted. I think is the best way for us to go. We always do best whenever we don't have anything to go off of. So yeah, welcome to the show, babe. How are you doing today? I'm doing beautiful. Thank you. I'm doing good. Thanks for having me back. And I'm excited to answer some questions about relationships with our own experience and things that we've learned from. We worked with relationship coaches before. We've been in relationship therapy for over a year. We also every week. Every week for a year, we did relationship therapy. We also work with therapists, individually..

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"delgado" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"delgado" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"That seems high also. Even of men saying that that seems high. Right. But if they do good for them. Good for them. This is all kind of stream of consciousness, but I think that's how he was saying it. So anyway, the point here is that not all women have an easy time reaching orgasm while having sex with their partners. Sure. So he says that there's only one way to identify if a woman has had an orgasm and it's like a physical indication, but it's not hooking them up to EEGs while that would work, but you can't really do that. That's not practical. Is it a blood test? It's this talk supposed to be about blood. It's not if she tells you, it's not if she has flush skin, I should hope you're not like testing the woman's blood like, hold on, I'm just gonna draw a little sample of your blood. Just make a loud noise. Real quick. I'm gonna walk away for a bit and fire up the centrifuge. I hope that's not the answer. Anyway, so he's telling us it's not if she has flush skin or a rack nipples. None of that works. I always ask audiences, no one ever gets it right. You didn't ask us though. No, but he's asked other audiences and they didn't know. And nobody volunteered at I certainly didn't. So the bottom line is if you have a woman as a partner, you have no idea if she's ever orgasmed. Okay. Okay, yeah, so what's the secret? Yeah, what is it? So he won't tell us it's in his book. Oh, for God's sake. Which I bought. Yo, okay. For us to the rescue. Well, mastering love, sex and intimacy. He told us it would have the answer to this and another question coming up. Okay. And I have started it. I'm not all the way through it. Okay. And I've tried many different keyword searches using all the phrases he was using here. Many that I feel that would be relevant and it felt like dirty Google searching. For FBI's on your case style. I've tried many different keyword searches, but I'm going to read this. I'm very curious what he considers to be. How do you know the one way to tell if a woman has had an orgasm? I guess she has someone else's ratted on him. Oh, my God. He's just giving 40 minute talks on the Internet. Forget it. I guess kudos to him for sympathizing with the woman because he's saying, you know, the man, he orgasms every single time. The woman, you know, we need to look out for her. And he says, women are often reluctant to share with a man what he should do. And you know what? She shouldn't have to. That's not her job. It should be mine. Doctor Nick Delgado. Because I have a mind-blowing method. So here he gets to his other secrets. There's a third way of achieving orgasm. So, you know, what are you people used to? Okay, we talk about the clitoris. Stimulation. We talk about the G spot. Which is an extension of the clitoris, okay? And he says. There's a third way, but he's not going to tell us, because it's in his book. God, how irritating. We need to know. I got this book for $2 and 99 cents. I'm going to read it. And then we'll tell you, don't worry. I will follow up when I learn these mind-blowing secrets. And if they're not in there, I'm going to write him a very intense email. I bet he gets intense emails. I hope it just turns out it's the butt. Me too. I mentioned this to card. She said, I know, it's buying her lots of things. And did you run out and buy her a bunch of shit? Yeah, she loved it. She was just random stuff. I made so many purchases for you. It's a Staples. But he really teases us on this like, oh, the third method you have no clue. I think someone in the audience may have said, was the brain, the biggest sexual organ is the brain, you know, many people say. And he says, well, it does involve the brain, but it's a physical process. Okay, I think I found it. Yeah? I think it's a Delgado protocol dot com. Really? Yes. Okay. Okay. He's got a lot of websites. Okay. Okay. Delgado protocol dot com slash how to be a legend in the bedroom. Yay. All those words have hyphens between them. Okay. Okay. There are three types of orgasms that a woman can experience the first and most common is the clitoral orgasm, and he explains what that is. The second is the G spot. He explains that that is an extension of the clitoris. So you can identify the G spot by having your lady lie on her back inserting your fingers a little to the right of 12 noon and feeling around for a spongy area. The third type of the orgasm is the cervical orgasm. This newly discovered full body orgasm is considered the queen of all orgasms. It happens from deep penetration and stimulation of the a spot anterior fornix, like the G spot, the a spot is located on the front wall of the vagina, which is the belly button side, but it's a few inches deeper about 5 inches in, right in front of the cervix. To achieve a cervical orgasm, your woman needs to be fully relaxed and the penis should be deep and aimed towards the front wall of the vagina. Not all women enjoy this type of stimulation, however, and for some, it can be painful. So make sure to monitor her body and back off if she signals in any way that it's too deep for her. Okay. There you go. But I'm feeling very ill served because I just did a word search in this ebook and the word cervical appears twice and not at all in that car. Oh, so for God's sake, did you try ace bot? Let's try that. A hyphen spot? Yes. Or anterior fornix? No, no a spot. Anterior and interior girl. Nope. Not in the box. That is happening. Oh, I'm so upset. I paid two 99.

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"delgado" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"delgado" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"And not everybody gets married. So yeah, there's a lot of ways to play with the numbers. So I could find numbers that sort of supported that. Once you get to your third marriage, the divorce rate is 75%. Okay. But that's not the way he was saying it, so. Yeah. I maintain. Sounds high. Also, that person and God bless them. It feels okay with divorce. The person who's divorced three times. They might be living with them. They've gone through it before. Yeah. I always think of Margaret Mead the anthropologist. She was asked at one point something along the lines of, well, what's it like to be such a successful? Woman, but also in your personal life, you've had three failed marriages. And she said, no, no, I've had three marriages. None of them were failures. I feel like that's the kind of thing that would have really lit my brain up in college. I was like, what? Right? You can look at it that way. Right, right. Interesting. Then he's talking about how lovemaking is always really good at first when you first get together and then it's once a week and then it's once a month and then it's once a year. So he says that there's three most important things in a relationship. Okay. Proximity, proximity. And proximity. Wouldn't that be funny if it was like two of the same ones and then one other proximity proximity and refrigerator. So then he goes into orgasm and we're going to talk about sex for a little bit just in case you want to avoid that. I guess skip forward four minutes. You prude, you freaking prude. And here's how he was painting, he was saying, like, it used to be considered mature love making for you to get the woman really excited. Then you immediately enter her. Okay. But he said, that's no good guys, 'cause then she's immediately desensitized. Bad plan. Okay. And then he warns us he gives his own little sex warning like, hey, by the way, if this is going to be TMI, the following is X rated, you can just step out now. This is the problem for you. One person just stands up and leaves. That would be great. That person was me. He said, guys, okay, so let's say she's got a firm grip going and you're getting close. And then she stops and starts kissing you. Are you gonna hit the O in this time we know what letter he's talking about? All right, okay. And no, of course not. This is so true. Yeah. Okay. Oh yeah, but this is his thing. And all of this is going to be very heteronormative. Sure. I'm sure if we were to ask him about more nuanced views of gender and sexuality, he would want none of it. Oh, okay, yeah. That's my sense. Interesting. Maybe I'll get the chance to talk to him about it. So he says, do you remember that movie, Sally met Harry? She faked, oh, you could tell he just, he was replaying the scene in his mind and he loved it. He's like, oh, she faked. So well. And so many women fake, so he talks about some of the numbers there. But not with me. Now with me, they don't. To his credit, he didn't quite say that, though. I think he maybe insinuates that later. So he talked about being on a panel with Nick gray, though, that's the author of men are from Mars when we are from Venus. John gray. And apparently that guy will blurb anybody who's talking about relationships in any way, shape or form. I immediately think of rhythm. I think he either went and spoke it with me or maybe blurbed Jerry's book. I feel like he shows up so much in our investigations, but anyways, he also blurs. The Simon true, by the way, did you know men are not from Mars and women are not from Venus? Wow, wow, wow. Yeah. I just learned this. Where else could they come from? They're all from earth. The organisms that we refer to as men and women. Yeah, are all from earth. This planet? Yes. I know. And yet the sensors at the book lords didn't stop him. Jason Delgado. And yet Jason Delgado stops Nick Delgado, and by the way, Jason silgado, I looked 90% sure it's his son. Okay, oh, there's a story there. I want to hear it. No kidding. Anyways, they were on a panel together and he pointed out like the women's reactions in the audience like guys, your women are all laughing at this. This is a problem. They're also faking. And then he said how orgasm and some religions, it's like being in the presence of God. When you're about to have an orgasm or when you're tasting food, very present, it is like being in the presence of God, I guess that was the point there. But then he gives us some other dismal poll results. Apparently 85% of women said they never achieved orgasm. Wow. Or a lot of women would say, I guess with a partner or they would say that he leaves and then I pull out the vibrator to get there. Okay, but still 85. That seems high. Sounds high. This is kind of the thing like where 85% of drivers say they're above average. So apparently 95% of men think that they're great lovers. Oh good, good for them, if true..

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"delgado" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"delgado" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"If you're not happy and you know it, don't clap your hands. Okay. That was me being Tony Robbins. I am not sure how doctor Nick got here, but he's now saying about how, I guess the healthy eating is better than any drug. And he talks about our drug problems as a society with statins and opiates. Two very different drugs. Very different drugs, but yeah, opiates are the number one killers of people aged 18 to 45. I believe. Huge, huge problem, yeah. But he does tell us the number one killer is not that weird V that's floating around in the air because V now means virus. Oh, okay. I thought you meant the vaccine knows like, oh, okay. Yeah. Hard to keep straight. And he says, oh, I see people at the beach. At the beach, wearing this and he doesn't say the word mask, but he puts his hand over his mouth. Right. Okay. And I think, are you insane? Again, you know, you've got two people in the audience who are still wearing their masks and kudos to them. I'm not wearing my mask at this point. You've been shamed out. I've been shamed out. I walked in the room with a mask and I did feel judged even before I worked. Had heard him say anything. So he says, we're all just brainwashed by the media. And I would know. I know hypnosis. I know in LP. I know how to do that stuff. So cool. I know these methods. Cool. Questionable methods of getting anything done. Right, right. And he says, I call it or maybe he's heard of it as sleight of mouth. You repeat a lie enough times and it becomes the truth. Like in Nazi Germany. Oh. Yeah. That's one place version like that happened. Lots of other places too, though. I feel like you don't need to jump to 11 on that. Fair. Yeah, that's just the one we all know. And you know, the big lie thing. Goebbels and all of that. So anyways, he gets back to his point that with our recommended living and diet, you can reverse cardiovascular risk factors within 9 days. That's how quick this transformation can be in your life carry. Okay. So you have a choice. You can either trust those people. And they censor you because they own the platform. Oh, like Jason Delgado, who owns the platform of health wellness studios incorporated. It must be. And he said, they themselves apparently, the people who control all of us, they don't use the drugs. They kill you with the drugs. It's just poison. That's all poisoning, okay? Wow. That's a big thing to say when you aren't willing to say the word mask. Yeah, that's true. Right, yeah. They were going to get you for anything. You think revealing that particular quote unquote truth would putting you in the crosshairs. Or even just like actual healthy people might be like, well, that's slander. But I guess you didn't actually name someone, so fine. There was someone in the audience at this point who shouted out about falun gong and how their persecuted. Okay. True? Which comes up a lot and often people write us about Shen Yun and they've heard that there's a group behind that. That's a different story. So anyways, that's what this person was quickly referencing in terms of in their terms of their persecution and doctor Nick kind of stared at him for half a second and then just went on without acknowledging your job, doctor Nick. Yeah, good job. Not falling for that. Or the old FG as he would call them. And then he would dance around the stage. You need a physical charade to go with the initialism. You said that you're like Shen Yun. Yes. Got it. So he goes back on his rant and says, oh, and jeez, I get into an elevator and people freak out 'cause I'm not wearing the, and he puts his hand over his mouth. Are you gonna give us any actual information or just like, cure all my thoughts? And then you go on a dating site and they'll even ask you, do you have this? And he jabs his arm. I can't get a date anywhere, and this is the problem for sure. I just swipe left on those people or whatever it is you do. And that means that that person has an IQ of about and he uses his hand to mimic oh my God, this is not how to give a talk. The number zero. Yeah, it wouldn't be good for podcasting, I guess. Yeah, well, definitely. But he's got a live audience there. So yeah, he just pantomimes away. Yeah, maybe he knew you were there, and he was like, I'll make this impossible. There's no way he can tell this story. You were like, oh, sir. No, no, no, no, no. We will do our damnedest to describe your physical motions. That you're trying to use to hide your words. So here he lets us know that he has 5 kids. Ranging from 13 to 44. Oh, wow, still fucking 30 years after that first one. Yeah, good for him. Yeah, this is a big deal for him that you continue fucking, but okay. This will come up as well. I heard three grandchildren and he says, some of this media nonsense filtered through to my kids and they're talking all this stuff about Jeb jib jab. Oh, so maybe I'm still on this whole thing. Jason Delgado. I was like, dad, you can not. Maybe. I can not put this in here..

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"delgado" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"delgado" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Hello, welcome to owner Austin Carrie the show where we touch this report on fringe science spirituality claims that the paranormal, we take part ourselves. Yep, when they make the claims, we show up so you don't have to. I'm Ross blotcher. I'm Carrie poppy, and I'm a doctor, and you should listen to me. All right. I accept that. Okay. Don't look up my credentials. Don't ask me what my specialty is. I won't. I'm a doctor. Well, you know who else is a doctor? Doctor Nick Delgado. Oh, doctor nix Delgado. Yeah. I set him up like he's a fake doctor. I don't actually know anything about doctor Nick Delgado. You know what? I think he may be one of the few people we've talked about. Who does have some legitimate schooling? Okay. Well, if we're going to talk about that, doctor Nick Delgado, we're going to get into him in just a bit, but now you'll know this in advance when he appears on scene. Okay. Doctor Nick Delgado got a BA in psychology at USC. Hey, fight on. Then studied physical therapy at USC Rancho Los amigos hospital. Hey, fight on. And nutrition at California state university, Los Angeles. Don't fight on. And Long Beach. He then proceeded to obtain I'm reading from Wikipedia here. His PhD in health science from Loma Linda university. Where my sister went. Hey. Good mythical school. Okay, sounds like a real doctor. Here we go. So, all right, so this was the conscious life expo though, so there's gotta be something interesting about the Nick Delgado. I came in on Sunday morning and thought, okay, what's gonna be first on my dance card, and I'm looking through all of the available offerings. And it's been 10 a.m. on Sunday. I could have been at a lecture on transformative grief. Okay. With Tracy Dunn blazer. Okay. Oh, she was on your panel, wasn't she? Tracy. I think so. Okay. Two E's after it's like trace. Oh, yes, correct. Oh, Buddha metra had an awakened the soul meditation. Oh, I think that's where I was. Yeah. Jennifer S gerhardt was saying that dreams create your future. Oh, okay. And Linda Berger was talking about how your business picked you. Um. Okay. But. Oh, there's so many things going on. You could also be at a talk called, can you avoid getting sick? I think I bought the DVD to that one. Yeah, I haven't launched that yet. I want to avoid getting sick, especially during COVID. Me too. Yeah. Yeah, well, you know, it's one of those rhetorical questions. Maybe the answer is no. Right, right. You can't avoid it. There were two paid workshops Tapping into divine purpose. Okay. With Sonia Sophia. And the gentle way and pets with Tom Moore. Those were the options. So it's hard to pick a conscious life expo. Yeah, but the one that grabbed me from those many options was blood doesn't lie. Test yours. Oh, wow. That would not grab me. I would be like, ah. By Nick Delgado. And I've got to admit he was given the edge just because when I saw his name, I thought, doctor Nick? Oh, sure. Everybody? Yeah, I am. Thinking of him saying blood doesn't lie. That's right. We do not. Dad. Thank you, Daniel and Brinkley. You're welcome..

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Emilio Delgado, Luis on 'Sesame Street' for 45 years, dies

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Emilio Delgado, Luis on 'Sesame Street' for 45 years, dies

"The man who played a popular character who helped break barriers on Sesame Street has died we went I'm not trying to put this up and you have to think wait a minute for many American kids Emilio Delgado was a way to say or lock to Latinos in ordinary non stereotypical roles for forty five years he played Louise the man who owned the fix it shop on Sesame Street Delgado has died his wife Carol telling the Associated Press her husband died from multiple myeloma at their home in New York he was eighty one years old Delgado came along at a time when there were few representations of Latinos on TV other than bandits all gang members big where you don't need to be Spanish they have a pinata that all changed with Sesame Street which brought a diverse group of kids and characters together as they mingled with Big Bird Oscar the grouch Elmo and Grover I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"delgado" Discussed on Generation V

Generation V

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"delgado" Discussed on Generation V

"My podcast. I am your host, nimai Delgado, and today on the show, we have my dear, dear soul, sister, blue. Blue is simply magical. She is an artist in every sense of the word. She is a talented musician, painter, storyteller, comedian, and healer, whose superpower is empathy. She makes everyone in her presence feel seen, heard and loved. She is a student of the gene keys and has devoted her life to helping others discover, activate and maximize their own genetic potential and live out their highest purpose. Wow. I love that you prepared this prior and also that you gave me like the cheeky eye contact. In between it and just felt really like, aw. I wanted to say it to you. Oh, I felt it. I felt like that was not only to me, but to the core of myself. I mean, you gave a permission slip to claim my life work even more. Thank you. Thank you. Aw. It's so nice to be on the side of the microphone. Yes, I know. I am the one that's doing the intro and that it feels really nice to be sitting in this town. I know, it's always so hard to encapsulate an introduction for anybody and you in particular are one of the most fascinating interesting diverse talented people that I've ever come across. You're almost ineffable like you're incomprehensible and describable and unable to put into words. So I just wanted to do my best. I wrote a little blurb, and that still doesn't even do her justice. So. If you guys aren't hyped to hear this episode by now, you better be I know so when you drop the bum comedian, I'm like, I've gotta be funny now today. I don't think it's very hard for me. No one's ever introduced music comedian before, so I'll just put that in my little heart. I think you're hilarious. I think just before this went live, we were talking about how part of your life's work is to bring play into the world in different ways, and you do that by bringing such lightness to some of the darkest moments that we can experience. And I really appreciate that about you..

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"delgado" Discussed on Launch Your Live

Launch Your Live

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"delgado" Discussed on Launch Your Live

"Built in so the they're pretty bright actually But what they do is they also can tie into your stream deck so for example if your stream deck is what you're actually going to be using them for than you know. I'd recommend getting the whole suite products that goes with it. So you know grand. Yeah they're more expensive but they do. Offer the integration. So that's something you wanna keep in mind if you're gonna use these lights now. Personally i mean. I don't have any. Led lights as you can see. I've thought about getting them. But i don't end part of the reason is it doesn't really do anything for me. Like great i can change my and the purple and red and blue and things like that. But it's not a big deal to me. If i do or don't do that so you know but it does work for some people like in some situations people wanna use that So so that is an option to consider. Now as i mentioned you can get ones zero twelve dollars. You can get ones that are sixty dollars for example you have to look at the whole package because for example if you're gonna use the stream deck or the ogodo products i by l. lights. That work with it because you know they're going to actually work for those of you. Who maybe you want a different controller There's one called the loop deck and it's called the loop deck live for example. It's about two hundred and seventy dollars. Actually find it real quick in the carousel for you all. So there's the loop deck and luke deck is based actually here. Let me pull up the more expensive one. there's the loop deck and then there's also this okay. So there's the two hundred seventy dollars loop deck and like it's some really good comments by the way i'm talking about here in a second but the loop deck for example is another type of product that you can use when you live streaming and this for example can control certain certain applications for example it can control certain like can do scenes it. Can it can do lighting exempting use for photo and video editing and whatnot so again very product so but it is something to consider because you know if you buy like delgado products. They're not going to integrate with this. You cut after looking at the bottom line is as you're kind of moving from.

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"delgado" Discussed on Generation V

Generation V

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"delgado" Discussed on Generation V

"Once you have a better relationship with yourself then every other relationship benefits it improves. Because you can be more authentic you can share more vulnerably you can share authentically a honestly how you feel. Hello everyone welcome back to my show. I am your host. The my delgado. And i'm excited for this episode today. We're gonna be talking about me like the you know. The first episode that we launched was by spoke a little bit about the relaunch and the conversation that i had with bianca. I just wanted to give you guys an update about my life and on this episode. I have my good friend. Simon hill from the plant proof podcast. And he's going to be interviewing me. We're good friends. And i thought that it would be a good opportunity for you guys to get to know me a little bit better. Because i haven't done many interviews over the past years And i have never done interview on my own show. So what a great opportunity for you guys to connect with me for me to connect you and hopefully Share some things. There's some insights that i've learned over the past few years and let's go ahead and get started. I'm i'm excited for this one. I'll make saw to yahoo. You wanna introduce yourself. I i kind of did a pretty good job okay. I'm simon hill ula. Perhaps amy on a future episode. I think i've been a a sneaky suspicion that might happen I should say thank you for having me but given its roles reverse you can you can. Thanks for having me here on your show. Simon cowell new show. You just sort of described i guess..

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"delgado" Discussed on Generation V

Generation V

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"delgado" Discussed on Generation V

"How do you continue to show up for somebody. Loved them and forgive them when they've hurt you. Do we say well this concept. That's just once a cheater. Always a cheater. This person's a bad person with them in the bad person box and they stay there and that's not true. I don't believe that because if people if people weren't capable of change than there would be no heroic stories old. Hello welcome back to my show. My name is nina. Delgado and this is a place where i find inspiring human beings so we can find harmony in our spiritual physical and emotional health as you have probably noticed. I've taken a two year break from recording any podcasts. My last show was called generation. V and in these past two years. I've personally undergone an evolution. I have undergone Some deep deep. Work where i wanted to rebrand the podcast and show up a little bit differently because in the past i felt that i kind of box myself in and i no longer want to do that. So this rebrand is all about uncovering these new facets of myself and also bringing in people to where we can talk about subjects. That i didn't normally talk about on my last show so i'm very excited to be here to restart this new show with you all and welcome to the very first episode. I am excited. Isn't even the right word Just because this particular guest means the world to me. She is not only my girlfriend. My partner My everything But we are going to talk about Some very vulnerable things today. And i'm going to open up about our relationship We have been very public in the past about our relationship online and just any relationship or social media. We normally post the highlight reels. But today we're going to get real hour we're gonna talk about What has transpired. Over the past two years and the story of nima i bianca so let me just do my best to introduce bianca because she is a very very multifaceted multi woman She does many things..

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Taliban Tries to Set up Government Amid Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan

The Dori Monson Show

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Taliban Tries to Set up Government Amid Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan

"US military Now out of Afghanistan, the Taliban is asserting control in the country, CBS Charlie Delgado explains. The Taliban says they are now close to announcing a new government just one or two days away now. For a country on the verge of collapse. It can't come quickly enough. United Nation does warned of a humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. It says entire regions of the country could run out of food within a

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US Troops and Afghans Killed in Suicide Attacks Outside Kabul Airport

KIRO Nights

01:08 min | 1 year ago

US Troops and Afghans Killed in Suicide Attacks Outside Kabul Airport

"S service members and dozens trying to leave Afghanistan, including women and Children are dead after suicide bomb attacks near the airport in Kabul. CBS is Charlie Delgado reports. Isis claimed responsibility, posting a picture of the alleged suicide bomber, the Taliban responsible Yet despite specific warnings from Western intelligence agencies that an attack was imminent, Afghanistan's new rulers were incapable of doing anything to stop it. The White House has ordered flags to be flown at half staff to honor the victims of today's attacks. CBS Steve Dorsey with President Biden's response, We will hunt you down. And make you pay. The president addressed the nation amid heightened criticism over his administration's handling of the situation in Afghanistan. I instructed the military whatever they need if they need additional force. I will granted President Biden met with his national security team in the situation room in the aftermath of the blast. Several planned White House events, including the president's meeting with the Israeli prime minister or postpone, Senator

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Taliban Seize More Afghan Territory as Relentless Offensive Goes On

KIRO Nights

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Taliban Seize More Afghan Territory as Relentless Offensive Goes On

"As those who are pregnant with US troops set to complete withdrawal from Afghanistan. By the end of the month. The Taliban has moved in taking control of six provincial capitals over just the past week. CBS is Charlie Delgado, with more Taliban militants blast their way into twenties, thousands of panicked residents have fled. The fighting followed in order. City is the biggest blow yet to Afghan forces collapsing against an all out assault that has advanced at lightning speed. Since the offensive began in May. The militants have swept across the country, capturing more territory than at any time

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Professor Paul Kengor and Mark Levin Share the Same Analysis of 'Marxism'

Mark Levin

02:43 min | 1 year ago

Professor Paul Kengor and Mark Levin Share the Same Analysis of 'Marxism'

"Professor. Congress is precisely only a fool a Marxist forward, try to refashion the centerpiece of all man's humanity, the alpha and the omega around something like class for Karl Marx or race for the modern CRT advocates. What could be more demeaning. What could be so contrary to Judeo Christian values? That's what Marxism does, from its classical form to its modern American forms were less Children of God than products of class, race and gender. Here live in quotes the very worst of them. Richard Delgado jeans Stefan Sick and D a N D. Angelo for whom races everywhere and everything as his racism. As the antidote to this dehumanizing world. You live in quotes Dr Wyatt T. Walker, who was very close to representative Excuse me to Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. And in his essay in 2015 when he wrote was Steve Kalinsky. Steve Kalinsky. Walker stated. Today. Too many remedies such as critical race theory, the increasingly fashionable post Marxist postmodernists approach. It analyzes society has institutional group power structures. Rather than on spiritual or 1 to 1 human level are taking us in the wrong direction. Separating even schoolchildren into explicit racial groups. And emphasizing differences instead of similarities. Unlike Dr King's vision of judging people by the content of their character, rather than the color of their skin. Walkers. Views of civil rights were rightly based on religious values, humanism, not Marxism and critical race theory. The roots of critical race theory are planted in entirely different intellectual soil. Walker out Begins with blocks with each person assigned to an identity or economic bloc, as in Marxism. Yes, says percent Professor as in Marxism. That is an Americanism. That's what Mark Levin understands so well, especially given previous works of his such as rediscovering Americanism. American marks and is quintessentially UN American. People in America professing this noxious junk, maybe Americans in terms of citizenship. With all the rights and liberties and protections afforded thereof. But they are not Americans the way the founders of this country envisioned. America is less a place that an idea, said Ronald Reagan. It is indeed The ideas of America as it was formed by the direct antithesis of the ideas. A car marks. And his perverse heirs who today pushed their insidious new forms of American Marxism. Especially at our awful universities. And what Mark Levin shows above all is how un American American Marxism really

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"delgado" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"delgado" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"So so definitely where social entrepreneurs wanna kinda put out that in that capacity You know. I think i've affected a lot of people. I think my daughter and i working together. We've we've we've made a of chains you know. I think that we've Leadership right like just through showing through servant leadership and doing in showing we've helped Other leaders to get ideas or just to kind of grow their capacity You know as an educator. You know i. I think that i've I've actually reached quite a few lives. It's funny just living in the city you have been in baltimore's part about two thousand four hundred thousand five in like i'll see kids and they'll come up to me in you know. Sometimes i remember their faces. And sometimes i don't but still they're just like you know you taught me or like i remember you and a i'll never forget one time. I was getting a half for my daughter. We're going into the walters museum. She was tiny. So it's probably about five years ago and we went to a petite that was across the street and this girl. She like approaches. And she's like know you. And i could not recognize her. And she's like you're miss- delgado she said you taught me Photography it's because of you that like i'm in modeling and i like photography and i m like it really took me. It was like hard not to like have tears. Is you because it sounds cheesy. But you know you do the work because it's your passion. It's your love but you you know when you really affect someone's life you know it's like wow that really works you know really does work so yeah i don't know i think i've affected few people in my life. I don't know that. I could like note the mall but i'd like made some positive change great to hear I remember a few years back. I i did this A dentist thing is a is a high school but leave it. Was maybe douglas over there near mom and i just went there and i'm self taught at all of this stuff right so i went there and we had like a radio station set up and they were doing this new radio booth situation. Basically in this is not long after the unrest and all that stuff that went on there. And it's kind demonizing those people in that area namely the children and it was interesting. I saw like me. They doing interviews in running this whole program someone. That looks like them. That's from that same place. And i've run into one or two of the say i know you podcast guy. You're that guy is like. I remember sitting down and watch you and observing and now. I'm pursuing this area..

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"delgado" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"delgado" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Guests is the founder and owner of tolls room. We have christina delgado. Walk into the podcast. Thank you so much. Thank you for having me so you can see. Cookie does featured as well over here daily trying to yes. It is great. So let's let's let's start talking about it. Let's talk about would would toll told about in which in which you're working about their sure so told us room as a concept that i kind of just involved over time right like i always wanted to have a collective sort of concept around a business in. Initially it started when i was a makeup artists than than kind of evolved as i Became a single mom trying to look.

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Professor John McWhorter Explains Why 'You Are Not Racist to Criticize Critical Race Theory'

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Professor John McWhorter Explains Why 'You Are Not Racist to Criticize Critical Race Theory'

"And the headline of his piece on his own site. As you're not a racist to criticise critical race theory dismissed those pretending that if you don't like what's happening to our schools, you're a jingoistic moron who doesn't want kids to learn about racism. And it's It's a long article and in the article He points out, and he calls the elites the Allex. E. L. E. C. T s Says the elects commonly insist that critics of CRT would feel differently if they read actual foundational articles about it. But the issue is what is being done in CRTs name? Not what some articles contained decades ago. Early writings by people like Regina Austin, Richard Delgado, Kimberly Crenshaw, who you'll all learn about in American Marxism. Simply hard leftist legal analyses, proposing a revised conception of justice that takes suppression into account, including a collective sense of subordinate group identity. These are hardly calls to turn schools in the mouse reeducation camps. Fostering star chambers and struggle sessions. Actually, they kind of do do that, But let's go on. However, this indeed is what is happening to educational institutions across the country. Moreover, it's no tort to call it CRT in shorthand when these developments are descended from its teachings. And they're architects openly build themselves as following the tenants of critical race theory. In language terms evolving quickly Witness of late how this has happened with the cancel culture and even woke to insist that CRT must be properly referred only to the contents of obscure law review articles from decades ago. Is a debate team stunt, not serious engagement with a dynamic and distressing reality. It is a debate team stunt. And that is exactly what Chuck Todd is all about. Here's a debate team person who is filled with stunts.

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Ilhan Omar Leads the Latest Scam on Critical Race Theory

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Ilhan Omar Leads the Latest Scam on Critical Race Theory

"Before the break where he's like, Listen, we're not teaching critical race theory. No, I thought you were proud of it. Number one, I guess not. You're running from it, but he There's the stunt. You want to see the stunt get ready. Although they may not be assigning the Derrick Bell Delgado tax, said the critical theory texts from decades ago. They're teaching all the principles hidden. Here's the trick. And I'm gonna tell you how to beat it. Let me give you an analogy because stories sometimes work better and are easy to understand. It's like saying say, your real hand, Omar. Oh, my gosh. You guys are such y you know, brother marry er you're such whiners. We're not teaching a course in bank robbery, and then you go and you look at the curriculum and it says Here is how you purchase the firearm to get money from the bank. Here is how you write the note to the teller indicating you have the firearm here is how you get the note back and don't leave fingerprints. Here is how you ask for the money. Here is how you get rid of the dye pack. Here is how you position the getaway car. Here's how long it takes for the police to respond once the emergency button is hit. Here's how to launder the money afterwards and then going we're not teaching bank robbery. It's a cash withdrawal class. And you're like, Oh, okay. We're not teaching wanted to rob a bank. Really? Did you read the course. So their latest scam is again a word dance euphemisms wordplay again. We're not teaching critical race theory. You crazy parents out there roll overreacting yet you look at the curriculum White impression. The white male patriarchy. Knowledge is a construct of power. All things that strangely appear. Where Where do they appear? Jim? Where did they appear again? Oh, that's my critical race theory. Thank you. Thank you. I needed I forgot for a second. This is

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"delgado" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"delgado" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"Pretty much herself into the group. Pretty hard working single mom got it got it. Got to respect that and jen. How do you like Like all the dynamics right there at the show is it is it kind of tribute with the drama or or you kind of have fun with it or which approach into it. It was a whole different. It was you think for me. So i just kind of like tip toe my way round everybody on the now i think are a little more comfortable in france. Happy valley get along with everybody. I just kind of go with the flow seal Not so much drama. He i. I mean i'm with my husband all the time i i do some girls nights handouts but the most part i think you know i keep it cool. Let me ask you something. Because my wife was i was conversation with you. You say you do some girls nights. What are you average on girls nights. He's got a couple of kids and and like you say like. How often do you have a girls night. It's not so often so when so like not but what once every other month or like once a month. Maybe i mean a lot of my friends have kids. Yeah it's hard to get together once a month once every other month and you guys dinner and the whole thing. And you're and frank is supportive of that and cool and mom needs a break right and and i'm sure probably actually set her up as long as she like her. That obviously is not as more like specifically during the pandemic is more like come over. The she goes over to their house. Glass of wine or two. You know it's it's it's nothing. Like what.

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U.N. Warns Tanzania Not to Reject People Fleeing Mozambique Violence

UN News

01:21 min | 2 years ago

U.N. Warns Tanzania Not to Reject People Fleeing Mozambique Violence

"An alert now for thousands fleeing violent extremists in northern mozambique and a call from the un refugee agency. Unhcr for neighboring tanzania to keep its borders open to those in need of protection the development comes as the un agency cited fresh reports that people displaced from mozambique's kepco delgado province have been forcibly returned from tanzania similar indications that people were being pushed back to mozambique from tanzania emerged last september and in april. Unhcr spokesperson boris. Chesnokov said that several thousand mozambicans have been pushed back from tanzania into northern mozambique since last year including than fifteen hundred this month during an interagency mission in april twenty. Twenty one to the nicobar boarded pointed mozambique. Unhcr in partners learned that most of the mozambican sheltering their hoped to find refuge in tanzania after fleeing deadly attacks by non-state groups in burma in march people told you hdr they track for days to the ruben river. Cross by boat to reach tanzania from where they were turned by the authorities. Many were women and young children. The situation is desperate for single. Mothers who the agency said our staying in negative mono without family support conditions are dire and needs cute for food water sanitation and health services pertaining limited. Humanitarian assistance is reaching the remote area

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Sevilla April Fair - Pre-Covid

Travel with Rick Steves

01:52 min | 2 years ago

Sevilla April Fair - Pre-Covid

"The week. Surrounding the easter holiday are traditionally a big time to celebrate with the family and spain even while spain has to prevent the crowds of pre. Covid times a little longer. By cancelling the big april fair again this year. Let's anticipate how celebrate vs biggest social event of the again next year local guide. Concepcion delgado joined us a few years ago to describe how they normally like to pull out all the stops in her hometown. Concepcion thanks for being here thank you. What does april fair into who've grown up in severe well april her age like the explosion of life. No he's like the explosion of colour c k. Everybody happy and having party. What are you celebrating life. I mean is it a spring thing and there was no. There was a reason why the fibia was started. But it has nothing to do with that anymore. It was a livestock market to improve. The economy of the people were gathering there not clear whores on cows and old that but Because people had to spend a few days while they were selling out older animals they were taking some food and wine along on. Does the only thing that's a revised now actual industrial horse market that had affair with it and now the horse businesses nuts so important in the in the party survives. That's good and lucienne style for a way that all the warring stuff anti-subversion correct now an end lucia do different cities have a professor or is it always the same date in the in the big city. All of them have a fair. But it doesn't need to me in an spring fair anymore. seventy starts severe. Sat which has been celebrating a fairy for longer but the rest of an alluvia adopted that idea of having party in spring or fall and they do a federal. So you can come to on the luthier. From april winds heaviest starts to september up to get to a town. Where a ferry as going on.

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Dozens killed and missing after thousands flee insurgent attacks in Mozambique

BBC Newshour

02:07 min | 2 years ago

Dozens killed and missing after thousands flee insurgent attacks in Mozambique

"Of civilians were displaced when Islamist militants attacked the northern Mozambique and coastal town of Palmer a week ago that the militants ransack buildings and beheaded residents. Dozens were killed and many more are still missing after a coordinated attack seen as the biggest escalation of a conflict that has engulfed Kaaba Delgado province. On Wednesday, the Mozambican army said troops were carrying up what it called a cleansing operation in Palmer. As many as 10,000 civilians have sought refuge in the A phone Give peninsula close to Parma town on To the of Fungi Peninsula. What we know is that after a week, there's still a lot off problems, Shootings and another kind off confrontations, so it looks like the city remains empty. Ana. Thousands of people are hiding in the in the forest or trying to get some shelter in a small village just in front of the fungi gas camp, which the place is called The tuna. So there are still people coming into that camp on the phone. Give peninsula even though the attack took place a week ago. Yes, Yesterday, the back, waited another around 1000 people we're now waiting in the pimp purports to be this market. And you know it's a lot of people probably hiding in the forest and walking because we did receive very, very few, comparatively very few numbers. I mean in the west in Nanga, and whether this around 3002 pork or some people arrive on in the South, even less so. It's a lot of people missing on what they recall is that people is very afraid of getting into the road. So everybody's working by the forest and is taking much more much longer. And I should be this 100 150 kilometers at these times in between mother, for example, on Paloma

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Grave concern for women and children targeted in northern Mozambique

UN News

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Grave concern for women and children targeted in northern Mozambique

"Disturbing reports of targeted attacks against civilians have continued to emerge from the northern mozambique town of palmer mocking a serious escalation of violence and volatility in the cabo delgado region issuing the alert on tuesday. You agencies reported that dozens of people had been killed during attacks by unnamed insurgents reportedly descended on the town at the weekend families have fled sporadic ongoing violence seeking refuge in the surrounding bush. Some of the six hundred and seventy thousand people who've been displaced by the insurgency. That began in october. Two thousand seventeen more than half. Our children explained marucci mccotter spokesperson for you and children's fund unicef. We aren't acting more children. And again as i said there were already. Three hundred. thousand children is placed income. That's an extraordinary large number of children who are displaced right now and they are in desperate need of out of in addition to continuing insecurity in mozambique's north. The response has been hampered by a severe lack of funding with the two hundred and fifty four million dollar appeal. only one percent funded.

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Cabo Delgado Residents forced to leave

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Cabo Delgado Residents forced to leave

"Islamist fighters have been laying siege since last week to the town of palma in northern. Mozambique near africa's largest ever private investment project over the weekend residents and foreign workers made desperate escape attempts by land and sea. Hundreds of people have attempted to flee the town running into forests and nearby villages. Two hundred civilians were sheltering inside the hotel in the town of palmer of the militant surrounded the compound and nearby natural gas project from french company. Total tell has been forced to suspend operations. Dozens have been killed and many more still unaccounted for. Some described harrowing scenes of streets and beaches littered with decapitated bodies. This insurgency has been terrorizing the country's kabo delgado province since two thousand seventeen earlier this month. America's government designated the insurgents as an arm of islamic state isis mozambique's violent extremist insurgency has re tactic in the countries coupled. Oh god oh province and killed more than thirteen hundred civilians. Isis mozambique's continued attacks. Have caused displacement of nearly six hundred seventy thousand persons within mozambique.

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UNDP responding to cocktail of crisis in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique

UN News

01:32 min | 2 years ago

UNDP responding to cocktail of crisis in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique

"Missed it by car. Thank you very much for talking to you when news today. Thank you monica. Thank you for having me. You had this the undp mission now right now in bemba the capital teaches to support the response to the crisis who tell us watches exactly the situation right now. Decision of the godel. It's a very complex. We've the multi dimensional crisis going on We have a since the january. A sheriff's in displacement in the province. Those people living their house because of ensue. John attacked on their villages dispersed in provincial. For delgado none pull i in. This crisis is another crisis. Which is a covid kitten video hot in cape delgado so the population insufficient mid-july your crisis oedipus of displacement now are in a community not income on. This is a very serious issue because it's threats to the source the response capacity of the community of the authority. The population has been generous but on the resources are limited. So when you ask people from this difficult situation you have to ship everything. But it's a very difficult for them for displaced people but also the community in them

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'The Stories Are Heartbreaking.' What 1 Reporter Witnessed In Mozambique's Violence

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:46 min | 2 years ago

'The Stories Are Heartbreaking.' What 1 Reporter Witnessed In Mozambique's Violence

"Graphic violence. Kaba Delgado's were the poorest regions in Mozambique and was largely ignored by the central government. Into large reserves of oil and gas were discovered offshore. His international oil companies have moved into the area. Fighters have stepped up their attacks. Terrorizing Villagers, burning homes, destroying farms. And publicly beheading. Women and Children. But the government of Mozambique and trying to put down the movement is also implicated in the violence. Aid groups estimate that half a million people have fled their homes and are in urgent need of aid. Journalists are not usually granted access to the area. But nay Hewat occur accompanied it. Aid group to cover Delgado last November. And was able to speak to survivors joins us now. Thank you for being with us. Thank you so much for having me. What did they tell you? I mean, the stories are heartbreaking. We spoke with a 10 year old girl named Maria and she remembers the day that the Attackers came into her village. They started burning houses down, they started looting. Maria was separated from her family during the violence, and she told me that the Attackers forced her and the other Villagers to sit and watch as they beheaded. People that they had grown up with people that they knew. After she fled. She fled into the forest and her foot got caught in an animal trapped like a hunting snare. Eventually she was rescued and she was carried to Pemba, which is a southern city in the Kaaba Delgado province. And Maria recovered from her wounds, and she also had malaria in the local hospital. And that was when she discovered that both her mother and her father had been beheaded in that attack. You know, That's just one of the many, many stories that I heard while I was there, all of them with the same level of brutal and senseless violence. Who are the Attackers, or is there one answer to that? There are many answers to that. But I will try to give Ah general overview of how this developed from what we know, Um, outsiders. The countries that have been named have in Kenya, Tanzania. On brothers so outside influences came into the country and started preaching against the version of Islam that was practiced in cover Delgado at the time. And they began preaching radicalizing in the mosques up there. And I spoke with some civil society leaders who told me that you know there were folks in these mosques who told the government something is going on here. Something is going wrong and that Thies concerns were just not addressed urgently. By the government. And so what ended up happening is that you have a local population, primarily young men, primarily unemployed who hear this radical version of Islam, and that's how people say that this started And then if, of course, if you fast track it a few years in 2019 Isis, the Islamic state claimed credit for its first attack, and that really changed the dynamics. This went from being a kind of local issue of violence by you know citizens who were unhappy or felt left out or left behind. Becoming really an international geopolitical problem. And you know that brings us up to where we are today. Just just this week, the United States government Has classified the Islamic state Isis

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Bobrovsky stops 40 shots, Panthers hold off Blue Jackets 4-2

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Bobrovsky stops 40 shots, Panthers hold off Blue Jackets 4-2

"Sergei Bobrovsky turned back forty shots as the Panthers doubled up the blue jackets for two but Brodsky made two outstanding saves for Columbus was skating in a six on four situation Patrick core question only Tippett scored power play goals in the second period helping Florida win for the third time in four games you all America on Carter for Hagee also scored for the Panthers Michael Delgado and Oliver Bjorkstrand had goals for the blue jackets losers in five of their last seven I'm Dave Ferrie

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"delgado" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"delgado" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Don't I think we addressed I do. I get the habit of scheduling my trips and thinking about my book kind of based on the winters that we've been having recently. This winter seems different. This seems a little old school Where this these water temps there have gotten cool and they've stayed cool. We haven't had all the fluctuation. You know the 80 degree days mixed in to kind of warm things up and get things moving around a little bit. Do you find? Do you think this is a good Different for the fishery, or is it just kind of an anomaly and things are warming up? This is just kind of a weird year, I think, Oh, cold winters. Great for us. Especially come springtime. What's your thoughts on it? I agree with that. Um you know, we are. We're sort of Um What were sort of back to Traditional form of our winners. I mean, there's a lot to be thankful for this winter. In that it did not come in like a lion. Things really get our fish is when we have a dramatic weather change of severe Report. In so that didn't happen. In other words, it started to move them off. And then went ahead and cooled off and it's still cool. I mean, I are whether our weather is phenomenal, but I mean for the fish, it's a little cool. What You know when we when we're sitting at 75 degrees, and we get one of these Artist blasts That takes us to freezing and wondered one day or two days of stays there than that, just deadly on snow. Oh, We haven't had that way. We've had just, you know, Cool weather. Um and of course. No, I am I buy in 100% with fact that our weather patterns have become a little bit severe. But you know this is gonna I think Whole. Delgado was talking about the other night. That's about the fact that it's a cooler than normal. Over the last Eight or 10 years to ribbon global warming. Um But what it does is.

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"My Flu Shot Has Hurt More": AOC Among First Congressional Members To Get The COVID-19 Shot In New York

BBC Newshour

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

"My Flu Shot Has Hurt More": AOC Among First Congressional Members To Get The COVID-19 Shot In New York

"Representative of Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez is among the first members of New York City's congressional caucus to receive the covert 19 vaccine. She shared her experience and social media to her millions of followers. Actually didn't really hurt at all For me. I got the visor vaccine. The tetanus shot has hurt more. My flu shot has hurt more. This was actually pretty low because you Cortez and other elected officials received the vaccine yesterday based on a national security policy to maintain continuity of governance during times of emergency. And on the advice of the capital's office of the Attending physician. The Times Union, Albany reports Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and Hudson Valley representative Antonio Delgado. We're also vaccinated, as was Vice President Mike Pence.

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