30 Burst results for "Dominguez"

"dominguez" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

02:42 min | 2 weeks ago

"dominguez" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"Podcast. My name is Kaley barber, I'm the media editor at digiday. I'm saint Peterson, senior meet at her. All right, Tim, you had the interview this week, and you got to speak with daisy auger Dominguez, who is the chief people officer at vice media group. I know vice has been pretty active in their DE and I efforts..

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"dominguez" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

03:19 min | Last month

"dominguez" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"A number two such as Luis Castillo for somebody like Dominguez, who could be overhyped, I still think, hey, these everyday major league or that's an accomplishment, man. How many people are everyday major leaguers in our successful? So I don't care that he dropped he's had unbelievable and unrealistic expectations attached to him. I'm just rooting for the kid to I'd like to see him plow through the minors and be in The Bronx sooner than later. But I don't know. I'm not, I'm not shaking in my boots because he dropped two spots because two guys just had incredible seasons in actual pro ball and Dominguez just got his and he's 18, right? He just turned 1819. But he also might be 24, because his birthday's in February. So he turns 19 in February. So he played that entire season as a fresh 18 year old. Yeah, and he made it to, you know, a level up of Pro Bowl. It wasn't playing DSL ball or rookie league or whatnot. Yeah, I'm excited to see him. There was at one point last year and insane time when the initial rosters came out and it seemed like they were going to start him at double-A and like Somerset started advertising that or Hudson valley was going to get him, and then it's like, no, no, no, he's not even on a roster. So more room to grow more into go, we all watch him with the futures game, though. He's hitting lasers. He does what he does in BP and real showcase games. There's plenty of time for domains. I would not get all torn up over the fact that he hit two 52 or whatever in a 40 game sample. But pretty cool to know the Yankees have two short stops you both rank above someone we were once told was the greatest prospect in baseball history. That also seems noteworthy. I don't know if you can lose. I think you've got a winner no matter who you stick with. That is it for this live stream edition of the inks goyard podcast, make sure to.

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"dominguez" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

05:31 min | Last month

"dominguez" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"We'll see. We'll find out. If you need chemistry, maybe Jack Peterson's your guy, but we'll see where else the egg you spend their money. People are definitely going to overpay everybody who just helped the braves win the World Series. And then we're gonna wake up on June 1st next year and be like, why wasn't that good? No. Why isn't it happening again? That's just baseball. Paying the two. Paying the 2003 Marlins in 2004. Why do we have Karl pavano? Game basic deal. So before we sign off real quick, just want to deal with, you know, something that kind of caught my attention. Not gonna draw. We've been conclusions, but it does feel worth it just to point out as we enter a prospect trade season everybody trying to move people around, move the chess pieces, do whatever you're going to do. Anthony won't be as now not just a fast riser. He is the consensus Yankees number one prospect. There's no debate here anymore. Adjusting. Now I'm on a live stream everybody sees my foot adjusts. Sorry guys, I'm gonna adjust my Anthony boulby is the consensus number one top prospect. Baseball America just came out with the ring. He's again, we know it. It's great. Can't wait for him. He's gonna arrive some day. Love it. Hometown pride, exactly what I want Gary Cole to be. Yankee fan from birth will be New Yorker, New Jersey guy, amazing. Number two on baseball America's new list. Oswald peraza. Yeah. Also a shortstop. Also similar timeline. People are saying 2023 for both. And that's great. I don't think both of those people are going to stay. No, Yankees. At least not through the trade deadline. But most importantly, Jason Dominguez third. And part of that's piza and volpi just playing extremely well and playing a really important position. Some of that is Dominguez's first taste of Pro Bowl wasn't quite as effortless as maybe some people expected. Some of the baseball America article talks about how if he reaches the ceiling it could be a projected regular in center field now. That doesn't mean it projected MLB regular. It's a tough ceiling the hit, but then again, that's not Mickey Mantle, that's not Mike Trout. That's not quite the Jesus thing as we were promised. And it's sort of a cautionary tale in that look, you know, nothing wrong with being the Yankees the best prospect, pretty good system. He's going to have to show a lot more in 2022 to keep this pedigree up and it makes you think about what really is untreatable. Is that untreatable is a slightly less shiny center field prospect who's not going to make the major leagues for three more years, really? Not something you're willing to part with for a José Ramírez or a mad Olson..

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"dominguez" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

04:30 min | Last month

"dominguez" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"But it's just sort of this doomed feeling of like if I roll up and open my eyes on opening day 2022 and Aaron boons in the dugout and Gary Sanchez is a starting catcher, although Kyle has actually but if Gary Sanchez is the presumptive everyday starter, I'm supposed to play a 130 games. That's when it starts to really feel like a Groundhog Day situation. And I think a lot of people were so there was irrational Gary Sanchez backlash because his defense suffered in 2017 as he was awesome in 2018 when his bat started to wilt a little bit. People were like, man, the defense, and it was just this annoying loud backlash that was definitely too early. Players struggle. Players get better, 2018, he hits a massive postseason home runs against the Red Sox. You know, annoying year for sure, but you could live with Gary Sanchez's 2018 season whatever. Yeah. But the backlash started too early. And so then the backlash to the backlash began and people started dogmatically defending Gary Sanchez at every turn. Then he had an all star first half to prove those people right, then he had the worst 2020 you've ever seen that proved all the annoying angry people, right. And then you have warring factions of the Yankees fan base. Going back and forth talking about how Gary is perfect, no Gary is dreadful. Gary is the best hitter on the team, no Gary is unplayable. And they're the truth is somewhere in between, but it's just a cursed existence. And the defense keeps getting worse as the bat keeps getting worse. I don't think enough people are talking about the effect of having a different catching coach in a different catching style every year. Being almost the same as laboratory. Like we've agreed now laboratories is not a shortstop because we've seen what the bat can do with second base, and he played better already as soon as you alleviate the shortstop concerns. I don't understand why the Gary Sanchez conversation isn't the same thing. Like maybe we don't need to hire new people to revamp his stance every year. Maybe we accept the defense's average to a little bit below average instead of constantly trying to mess around a range of ceiling. His arm's not as good as it used to be. No. So I think you can win a title with Gary Sanders, just like I think you can win a title with Aaron Boone, but it just starts to feel a little stale after a while, especially when there is such a lightning rod flashpoint. And so I understand keeping Gary sages over the other options, but I just roll my eyes a little bit, knowing now that it kind of feels like I'm gonna wake up on opening day and still be thinking about Gary Sanchez and still be thinking about Aaron boot. Yeah, and that's what they have to fix. They have to determine that they have to, is it Gerrit Cole forcing this? Or is it the Yankees coaching staff being like, he can't catch him? Because that's ridiculous. Like the first we have on ace who can't..

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"dominguez" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

06:25 min | 5 months ago

"dominguez" Discussed on The Short Porch

"Paralyzed. It's it's about trees. Into mink progresses. Not mine are not going anywhere. I think it would be stunning. If he somehow moved up. and i think he's gonna chill in tampa the rest of the year. Then you're talking high to start twenty twenty two right after valley and zoom. He ends up. Double then i think in twenty two. That's that's the start next year would be hotwheel hudson valley. That'd be my guess and then you could possibly get a somerset promotion midway through there if he just continues to do this injuries. I probably what they're expecting is that so. Then he'll finish the year in aa in twenty twenty two and i guess at that point. Yeah maybe okay. Maybe yeah he would've start the year and it's not impossible get to three levels next year. No if he's he's built out to be which were definitely over hyping him for and that's our fault but okay so you're looking at late. Twenty twenty three in my mind. But realistically i don't every other person aaron judge and i just i would sportsbook odds one is jason dominquez. Mlb debut what year twenty twenty. Three's gotta be like oh you don't you think five hundred just during twenty twenty three. I don't think that's accurate. I think it's twenty. Twenty four is defending twenty. Twenty four is minus for. Sure definitely minus. Yes he'll be hidden. Jason wingers will be yankee at some point. Twenty twenty three even if it midseason long game all right. Yeah i was. That was that was like a media thing. I feel like i don't know how the the nominations for that go. I feel like they in tampa twenty sixteen and then heating up to actually are kind of progress. Pretty quick glacier was in high in two thousand sixteen made his way the majors in twenty eighteen. That's not correct. All right so maybe twenty. Twenty three basalt. But i think it's probably even money. Twenty twenty three minus money. I think twenty twenty. Three is the most wherever i'm excited to see guy player and see videos of this guy. Follow this guy. Eli fishman every video of this guy and minor league baseball writer. He generally looks like he's twelve years old like i mean a genuine. I have no idea how it actually says if they could college twenty twenty-five what does that make him a freshman. So he's like he's like he's not even so he's his age. That's hilarious big. What if he's like. Lebron like lebrons. Brian windhorst he just follows jason dominguez from genius. Genius genius what is his name again. Eli fishman fish at. This is your plan. You are genius at. She'll get an interview with at ally jay fishman on twitter. Follow every he's doing not just dominguez stuff to he's doing everything. Gains tarpaulins are delayed today. He's he look. He says it's crazy so this game has been delayed. Oh shit starts in fifteen minutes. We're gonna get a dominguez at bat during the log gusts you live will be the one that delivered to us. You might be dangerously close to becoming an termi- notifications on for this guy. Wants to dominguez those anything. Shot at you like fishman okay. Terms of current yankee stuff twenty three homerun derby all-star game just happen otani's the star tat. Underwhelming i think for what you know. Losing the first round of the home run derby he did pitch scores first and he didn't get a hit so yeah underwhelming. I'm i'm bringing back though. Tony candle spotlight. Take that we had when chose to knock to the yankees because he wanted to go to anaheim derby. It's all about eve naomi. oh no. I'm not saying anything about english speaking ability. I'm just saying he can't handle the spotlight. I'm just you know it's all about him on day. Kind of stunk. I debut inky stadium. Pitching get out of the i. I will say it's crazy his ear as almost four. If you take out the yankee starts like two five yeah. I as lost that game free. Maybe now for sure. We lose that game like ten times this year. The yankees in really do a whole lot. Air coal obviously pitch. He was shown their kate and cole was there with amy. A look great. Great family are so unnecessary. You weirdo. people were talking about heavy. Look glasses you'll get a rockstar. We've moved on from abc to the kid and now kids cadence awesome. Fuck you know what else. Chapman didn't pitch. Was there any thought. I thought on the show. One day vaca- guard you think it's weird. That like ever episode hub says beautiful. I haven't talked about his family. Your child robbie did his. Haven't come in this many days. Whatever yeah you haven't talked about. Yeah it's been a while but anyways it was there any thought watching you all star game. It was tough. It was a very boring all star so there was not a lot going. I i wish. I know we all it when it did but i wish until decided home-field can't but it can but there's something about them that night where it's like the best players from the best teams going out there and put it on for their team and their legion a nice relaxing week and now decides to it. Can't you just had an extra missed. Her classic it should. this is something else. But i don't know what else i don't. I don't know it was the best all-star game because right at a meaning every other ulster felt so important. I get listen. I'm with you. But i do see like it. Can't you can't make it decide the like it's supposed to be a nice relaxing. We can these guys. Now it's like anything then what you're asking a guy like the tigers to try as much as got in the yankees. That guy's motivation still. I don't know because it's not like i know. How often was it a drastic difference between the al team team where it's like one team on one hundred four games ninety at or something like that. They're usually relatively.

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"dominguez" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

06:05 min | 5 months ago

"dominguez" Discussed on The Short Porch

"You need to take care of things down there in this. I gotta say i wrote. My mom isn't listening to this episode. But like when you call yourself down there were like a trimmer. It's a disaster. It like you know like hey. I'm going to see girly. I wanna look nice. Whatever and then you cut yourself. Well there goes that one i mean one eight that i'm afraid i'm going to bleed out now not even that. It's just like little bleeding. That's you your mind. Turns you walk under a ladder. Right and now your skin ladders. Okay of but like you. Nick one thing and then all of a sudden a little bit of blood kenneth sex there goes that so you wanna take that all out. You don't need that fear and with the manscaping performance package four point -o inside it. You got the law more four point. Oh you got the weed whacker ear and nose hair trimmer. Which is very important by the way ear. Nose hair is disgusting. People like you see that girl sees runs the other way and then the also got the crop preserver. Ball deodorant the crop reviver toner the performance boxer briefs and travel to hold your goodies inside the performance. Package four point. Oh i mean you can't beat that once again. Manscaping dot com get you twenty percent off plus free shipping when use code porch. Just it's a no-brainer. Go go do that. We're not some odds currently can't lift my arms above my head why i am so somber and up going to the gym no so no. I am so somber and i. I've been back from myrtle beach quite quite a few days. Now you were there for like thirty six hours. Like i quite literally was only tanning for one day but i have a problem where i'm just an idiot so i put the aloe on but then i like there's nothing more fun like peeling or whatever and i just more fun. Now you take. I don't like right now. And i relate to that i like it a lot. It's like it's so uncomfortable. No no no not. No not the painful like winning the dead skin off. I'm not talking about like sauce shit but like it's terrible and i was doing it so badly last night in bed and then more this morning and then nate pointed out to me to just literally like fucking bleeding. What are you doing so i had to go to. Cvs aloe city md. I was gonna say i know. It's fucking bandaged up. Because god terrible. It's quite i haven't shown you the picture. Yep original somber picture. you'll laugh. i won't put this on social media but it was real. I mean i guess the over here. It's like literally as as your hat you. How much can i pay you to tweet myself enough on twitter and all that. I don't need to do that but it was just know that she might call a hat. That was like my skin for the most part. It was really bad. It's not painful. But i just have to physically. I'm almost a patient in a mental hospital. Where like and he. He's that's where. I'm at so that when the dogs they get like the dog. I need a the with my hands or something like that. Some cone hands. Colin hands not good. So i'm dealing with that. When i walk you can probably noticed. Like i can't like fucking mess. Transition back to the yankees. Jason angus called up promoted already. He's at la tampa. He's not moving anywhere. They doing what he was doing. Was wasn't the same facility but now as you playing in games every day you wanna fun debuted. What's today's wednesday. She debuted on tuesday. I think i he was out. He play in the futures game by the way didn't do anything to rocket to third. I was fun. Medina pitched as well dominguez last night and low. Low a tampa rips. Rbi double down the line. People were kind of making fun of it is not to run the bases and he's still ended up at second safely. I think one the guy was really nervous. I think too was like a weird ball down the line if you saw it but like you couldn't tell if it was fair initially and he was out of the box will slow. I'm not don't to mingas is based running in game. One of low weight tampa. What are we doing. I'm sure i'm sure he'll figure out. I'm sure you know on the basis. And if not i'm sure i'll man could do anything. He's also really fast. Which is cool. It is gonna. I wonder. I mean obviously this year. It's not gonna happen but do you think there's any point next year. Where where like. Bring up jason dominguez or do you think it still twenty twenty three. I think it's at minimum twenty twenty three and it could be twenty twenty now but but by twenty takes so long of wadsworth clamoring for him emmy con depends what the situation teams in at that point if we're still somehow rooting nightmare. This time still rooting for aaron hickson. Like twenty twenty three. I mean he's under contract correct. He's still actually. Until i could see there being a time next year in like september call ups wear chance i was gonna say if this and i'm not being trying to be a first-half twenty twenty-five aaron hicks call option. They won't even you for life. My god first half becomes a trend over the next the rest of this year and next year i could see them calling them up late next. But what's why. Russia start his clock. Day would never start saying but then the other side is maybe contender. And he's going to help. Yeah moral the only scenario he'd get called up if they're like there and they just need a little bit of a boost and this is not this year and i don't think it's next year either thinking maybe we're talking twenty twenty three but you're locked you're looking late. Twenty two thousand twenty twenty two twenty three to early. Jason goes into twenty twenty three spring training with a chance fighting for a job. Yeah aaron hicks would have to be.

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"dominguez" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:41 min | 7 months ago

"dominguez" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Corny Dominguez. Corny. Great to have you on the show. Thanks for having me as always, like, always. They were just honored. You know, between all your big TV appearances out there in the media to fit Bob and I, and we always to honor so thank you for having me. Okay. It's my honor. Truly, I'll tell you I'm gonna glued myself and believe that this is our spotlight, saying And each week we dissect a real financial plan and uncover the flaws or what we call pain points. P A. Y N E, of course so you could avoid the same mistakes with your own planning and investing court. You worked on a case while you break it down for us? Yes. So this case that I worked on this week is a couple who is just nearing retirement. Actually, one of them. I was retiring in just a couple of months, and the other one is retiring in just a couple of years, and they just want to take a look at their investments and make sure that they are set up properly for retirement. Just as it's it's now looming and getting very close. So was that the catalyst to reach out to you? It's just like, okay. We were in their financial red zone now, so we just want to have those numbers run? That's exactly right. Yeah, they're travel listeners of our radio show. Yeah, I'm here at what great reviews. They just They figured This is great for them, which always go to give us a call. No court. I'm interested to know. Did they ever have this type of analysis or projections? He's well, projections done like you did for them just the other day. As far as I'm aware they are not actually. And I would tell you more often than not, I run these projections. People haven't even added up their network before or gone through their expenses. And so it's just a really good exercise to get everything together in one place and get a really good picture of what your financial life looks like, which is important. Any stage in life, especially as you're nearing retirement, the better you can map these things out and get a grasp on things, the easier it's going to be the plan and meet your goals over time. And what's ironic about that is I'm looking at their statements. They have a financial advisor s O most wants advisors. They're called funny into advisers, yet they do no financial Planning blows my mind. Yes, yes, That is true. Now, this couple that the good news is they have done a very good job of saving and meeting their retirement goals is really not gonna be a problem in my mind for them. But you do want to make sure that you're not being overly aggressive in your accounts, and you do want to make sure that you have things like inflation. Hedges in your portfolio is what's happening right now is great if you've done a really good job of savings, But you want to make sure that if there's some big correction, the stock markets that's not going to make or break your retirement. You need to have some safety belt. And in there and on the flip side as inflation is starting to creep in already seeing that this year you need to make sure you have hedges against that. So you can not just meet that growth but also to get some growth above and beyond inflation and right now, and I looked at the this client's portfolio. They are a little more aggressive than we would like them to be there, not getting as much income as we could generate for them, and they have virtually no inflation hedges in their portfolio. And so there's really a lot of changes. We can make to make sure they're much better set up for retirement than they are right now, will they? Bonds Courtney on, you know, Traditionally, when you have a bond it comes due and when it is his inflation goes up, and it's just rates go up here, your reinvested a higher interest rate. What's what's the problem with their bond portfolio? A majority of their bonds right now are not typical bonds there in fixed interest accounts, which are more like a cash investment. So the biggest problem is they're just not getting enough income on their bonds right now, which is a very easy thing that we can adjust for them. Yes, it's a big deal, because cost of living is going up. And if you're Flow is not keeping up with the cost of living. That's a problem and we talked about this earlier in the show today. The good rule of thumb is every million dollars you have today is only worth a half a million dollars over the next 20 years because purchasing power is just eating away at your portfolio, and it's like one of the biggest issues we need to solve for you when you come in and sit down for a review, exactly and one really easy way to mitigate that, especially for these clients is We're assuming they're actually not going to need all of the income we can generate for them, which is a really good position to be in because we're able to increase their income by about $30,000 a year. Wow, and initially they're not going to need that. And so what we're gonna do is we're going to reinvest that and just compound it over the next several years to make sure that they are going to keep pace with inflation and just really get their money working for them. And that's really the key to successful strategy to any successful investment program is to make sure that that interest in dividends are compound at a positive return. It just means you know Simply net of inflation. He let it sit there and cash and a negative return or one basis point or 5/10 of 1% with 2 to 3% insulation. You're losing money every day. You gotta get your you gotta get your portfolio cash flowing. That's it. It's like you can't be depended on every year. I hope the market goes up. I really, really hope and pray because that just doesn't work in retirement. I love that courting. How about just like, reposition this portfolio? You've got over 40 grand, coming and consistently every year. Just restructuring the portfolio for retirement as opposed to, you know, again, it's like a wing and a prayer, hoping every year that that market goes up. It's It's not a great strategy to hope and pray. Open prayer is not a good investment strategy. Bob once told me no great, You know, this is a excellent job is what I call a total financial masterpiece. And for this couple boy they could have come in at a better time. They're writing that financial red zone where these critical decisions will make the difference between having them a wonderful retirement. As opposed to one where there every year wearing it. Well, what are we going to do next year, and it's just not a good place to be. So they came to you at the right time. And if all of you are thinking right now, you know what I'm in the financial red Zone or out of the red zone. I'm actually in retirement, and I'm not sure if I know what I own or why I own it. Well, here's your opportunity for one of our next two collars. And you have over 500,000 saved for retirement. Our team of financial advisors and certified financial planners like See Money. Dominguez will help you to create your own 3 60. Financial portal..

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Police Officer Struck And Killed While Investigating Traffic Crash In Hometown, Near Chicago

WGN Showcase

00:29 sec | 8 months ago

Police Officer Struck And Killed While Investigating Traffic Crash In Hometown, Near Chicago

"Community of hometown is mourning the death of a police officer. They're killed in the line of duty. The officer was investigating a D U I crash when he was fatally struck by a white sedan early yesterday, His family asked that his name not be released just yet. Here's hometown police chief Lu Dominguez. The very, very close knit community could tell by the name so he figured 34 years in a community to the small He had a lot of exposure, and did they get to know a lot of people. That driver was arrested after trying to get away from the scene? Charges are expected Good

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In The Room with Sean Clancy: Ramon Dominguez

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:11 min | 9 months ago

In The Room with Sean Clancy: Ramon Dominguez

"Year old multiple clips award winning jockey one nearly five thousand racists including the travers. The breeders cup turf twice the arlington million. The woodward the jockey club gold cup and road stars have her to grace gio. Ponti better talk now and so many others. Welcome to the show. Ramon thank you. Just turn for now. I said jockey. Ramon dominguez introduction. Because you will always be jackie in my book you retired after suffering a head injury in two thousand and thirteen. How how's retired. Life is good. continue Working on different things Llosa new chapter in my life and certainly will start smiling when you say jockey exactly exactly what keeps you busy these days. I know it's been almost eight years. I guess Since you retired what what keeps you so yes busy with different things. I mean personally. Your skill involved with things Family why Enjoying family and use. I enjoin also saratoga which is home for me now over springs in And i have been working a couple of projects. One of them A riding crop that i invented and a lot of people know about in the horse racing role Doing a show going to the other question disciplines in And most recently start working with a friend on a platform that we name a box which we threw up from. Look into bring a content to the spanish speaking Horse racing fan and the has been something that we have enjoyed and just went interview and pre imposed race analysis among other things. So yeah that keeps me pretty busy. You were always playing the long game saving your money thinking about your next step right. I'm and you were always one of those guys that you kind of watch. That were was planning the rest of your life. yes i Certainly i'm happy with a josiah leaving Today in in my career. I didn't have to have The most expensive thing so That certainly has helped through these retirement as where. I am no making the money that i was making was writing a however there's no Huge needs in terms of having to fulfill something that Warsaw too big for my financial capability other time so now they usa enjoying a life's simple pleasures in some ways. Yeah you've always been good at that. How how tough was it to be forced to retire him. And you didn't really get your choice. You had a fall and and had a dramatic Traumatic brain injury. How tough was that for you. So it was the one that i Came to realize that that's what's going to happen Four awhile. After my accident. When i had a i was Gog capable of thinking about what was happening and so on I was planning on coming back in the was pretty exciting for me to come back to to riding in a day when i realized that that was no longer choice You do go through What i call it a grieving where these by Being jewish job. Or what you the is career. You can't help to feel in some ways attached to that or sec studies farrow who you are even if that's the case so It was a little bit difficult walking away. Or separating myself from defy that. I was no longer gonna racist But i kinda would support my family. Friends and so on and Shortly afterwards i ended up going to the track against my will really because my wife Pushed me to go to the track. And that was the best thing that i could have because it really helped me to turn the page in. In all time. I was able to enjoy the racist and just looking at it from a different perspective without feeling a sense of love like oh my gosh i wish i was there. So You as i said in the beginning of our conversation. It's just another chapter in my life. And i'm fully embracing it in and enjoying it as well. Yeah

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"dominguez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:31 min | 10 months ago

"dominguez" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Against the accused gang member, a double murderer. Under gas guns, reforms. It takes us back to the end of 2017, where this man is accused of murdering two men who had lord to his home so he could rob money from them. Bobby Ryan and Jacob Dominguez were the two victims. Uh Ryan had $4000 cash that he had gotten from an insurance payout after his car was totaled. Gang member knew he had the money lord him to the house and eventually shot both. Men to death of men car jacked a van and drove up to Victor Ville really dump the bodies in the desert. So we're gonna tell you the worst of the worst. We're gonna talk with Bob Ryan and he was in Bilma Illusions. Report. His son was one of the two murdered and Gascogne taking away these enhancements, which would lead to a very long prison term. Is Scott Bob, obviously very upset. Brian, Welcome to Johnny Kensho. Thank you. Thank you for having me. Good to be on your show today. Can you? Can you explain for the first of all you know you go ahead talk. You You say what you will. I was just gonna say you know the whole basis to our whole Uh, meeting here is to talk about a lot about George Bascomb. This man is coming into Los Angeles County and putting on a one man show. And he's not representing what the victims feel on Lee what the criminals feel. We feel like we've been robbed from our any any chance of Justice we could have with this man. Eat it. Los Angeles County is about to become the most dangerous county in the in the nation. If he gets to keep on going, and we can have these horrible crimes, with absolutely almost no consequences. Were you there when the judge agreed to drop these enhancements? Were you on the on the call? Yes, We have been asked to, uh, to read a statement and that that's I think I said that to you today. A statement from myself, but also for Rachel Domingos, the grandmother of the younger boy, Jacob Omega's, which was 18 at the time of the murder. We both read our statements in court. But being perfectly honest. I don't think he even listen to a word We said. I don't think it meant nothing. Hey, was more concerned with doing with what George God's going wanted, and I really honestly I don't think he cared about our stories. One bit. He didn't even look at us when you read the verdict. What's the name of this judge? It's Rob. Be like Bob and I don't know how you pronounce it. Blaze. I just visited Victor. I l l easy, eh? And he just had no interest in what you had to say. I don't know. I'm amazed at the lack of interest and sensitivity to this on the part of Gascogne. And on the part of this judge, it is pretty shocking that they're just dismissing your position here. Yeah, It is totally shocking week when our first one of case for him to be back in December of 2017 after the arrest of this gangster would prove already in custody. The previous crimes that he'd committed, so it's quite easy to arrest him when he's already in jail. Uh, you know, we we were told right in the beginning that this was the death penalty case. Yes, we might get the death penalty and this is what we're looking for, And then we find out that Governor Newsome says we can no longer have the death penalty, but we can have special enhancements. Which means possible life without possibility of parole. So we swallowed that pill. I'm okay with that now, But that's OK, then on Lee to go into court last week and be denied that now, now it's what maybe 20 years and he's out of prison. Correct And he's already served three so he'd be out in 17 years. I would put him on the streets back on the streets again. The leader of the gang and 40 years old again. 40 years old is very young to be back on the streets after you've murdered two people. Was really murdered him. I mean, he wasn't nicer body shot both boys in the head and then emptied the rest of his weapon into my son's torso. And then created them like common trash, took him out to Victor Ville in the desert and dumped him like somebody would dump trash and the desert in the dirt covered him up with the curtains set. Up of his house, and the bodies were discovered for almost a week. Laying there in the dirt was Raymond Gonzalez, a friend of your son. No, he had been an acquaintance, apparently from having some pills. And my son had created a habit of taking the pills and I believe that's what that's what their business was to get Some more of these pills since your son would buy pills from Gonzales. Correct. Correct. This gang is known for selling drugs Fuller in it in that area. Right, And that's what you were doing. I mean, my Yeah. Okay. He had a little bit of an addiction problem. That doesn't mean that you deserve to die. Uh, To be honest with you, Bobby had unemployment in two days, two more days. If he could have lived after the shooting. He had a bad opening for a long term rehab state. He never got to do that. You know, Jacob Domingos. Big goal. He wanted to be a marine. He never got to be that. You know, The boys never got to be fathers. They never had a family They missed out on so much. Yeah, I would say I was asking because your son that seemed like a good guy. And I wondered why he would even know Right. That's what it was that dependency on the pills. And of course, he had most of it about having X amount of money enough to pay for the bills you was getting. And then, of course, Raymond Gonzalez cooked at the heart of the well, we need that. This murder was strictly 100%. How digitally for greed, greed on Lee that that gang probably had spent the next day it was gone..

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The CDC Doesn't Know Enough About Coronavirus In Tribal Nations

Short Wave

09:53 min | 1 year ago

The CDC Doesn't Know Enough About Coronavirus In Tribal Nations

"In August more than five months into the pandemic Jordan. Bennett. was about to see some data she'd waiting for for a long time. Yeah. No a truly I was really excited because there hasn't been any data on American Indians or Alaska natives since the start of the pandemic from the CDC that's right. Until last month while universities had released a good bit of data about Covid and its effect on some. Native, American and Alaskan natives. The CDC really hadn't Jordan would know she's a reporter and editor with the Public Media News organization Indian country today she's also a citizen of the Navajo nation and she's been covering the pandemic since the beginning as well as a twenty twenty census and all of Indian, country no big deal just all of Indian country Yeah. The whole. That data that she'd been waiting to? was released by the government as part of a weekly CDC report in mid August the title of the top red. COVID nineteen among American Indian and Alaska Native Persons in twenty three states and when i read it, it was Kinda already something that I knew and a lot of native public health experts already knew and what I was really looking for is you know what is new that they gave to us the report said because of existing inequities, native Americans and Alaskan natives are three point five times more likely to get the corona virus than white people but anyone who'd been looking at tribal nations as closely as Jordan had could have told you that they were. Being hit especially hard for example, at one point earlier this year, the Navajo nation, which spans parts of Arizona New Mexico and Utah The nation's now reporting nearly four thousand in nineteen cases in a population of one hundred, seventy, five thousand had an infection rate greater the New York State. Eight PM curfews on weekdays and on weekends a fifty seven hour lockdown, not even the gas stations are open. That was just one tribal nation that got a lot of attention. Many others had infection rates that were also higher than the hard hit states in the northeast like the Colorado River Indian tribes in Arizona and California the Yakima in Washington state or the White Mountain Apache tribe in Arizona. And data from the states where many of those reservations are located weren't included in the CDC report, which gets it a larger problem. If there's data had you know where the impact is, how do you know where you could send testing to where there's a lack testing? You have to have that data in order to create policies into also figured out how to distribute vaccines. This episode was the CDC does and doesn't know about Covid in native American and Alaskan. Native tribal nations and how Jordan is working to get more data to the people who need it most I mattie Safai and you're listening to shortwave from NPR. This report from the CDC which linked to in our episode notes does say two important things. The fact that native Americans and Alaskan natives are more likely to get the virus. That's one. The second thing is that compared to white people young folks in those communities people under eighteen tested positive at higher rates. When it comes to these findings, the CDC did make one thing clear. Here's one of the researchers on the study, Sarah Hatcher it really important that the. This disproportionate impact. Likely driven by versus stinks social and economic inequity not because of some biological or genetic. Persisting social and economic inequities we're talking about access to healthy food housing income levels, stuff like that. Here's Jordan again the and other just like public health infrastructure or in like the lack of investment in the public health infrastructures in native communities and you have over credit households, anders a number of inequities that this pandemic is bringing out. More on that in a bit. But first Jordan says that the CDC report is notable for what it does not include this report did leave out tons of cases right now it only looked at twenty three states and it didn't include Arizona. Is One of the hot spots in Indian country. And they account for at least a third of all the cove nineteen cases according to the report. They also left out states like Oklahoma Washington. California Colorado thousands and thousands of cases. And researchers from the CDC were up front about leaving all that data out. Here's Sara Hatcher. Again, our announcement is really not generalize beyond those twenty three state overall. And we're not really able to speculate whether we expect the overall rate to be higher or lower we. The reason some states got left out was because the they recorded about race and ethnicity including that for native, American, and Alaskan Native Cova Cases was incomplete and that was really at least surprising to me because. I like how can you not capture this data right here you have Arizona where you know again, the Salt River Pima, Maricopa Indian community Healer River, ending community, White Mountain Apache their cases are thousands You had the tone, nation and Navajo Nation and the possibly Yawkey tribe. There's just thousands of cases in this one St. So many gaps like in this data as well. I think just points to how the CDC doesn't really know tribal communities and know that Indian health system and how it's built instead up. So, let's talk about that. Now. It's much more complicated than this. But basically, when tribal nation signed treaties giving up their land, the federal government promised to provide them with healthcare and set up the Indian Health Service, a government funded network of hospitals and clinics. To deliver adequate healthcare to tribal nations but that's not what's happening right now and what the pandemic is very much highlighting. For years the IHS has been way underfunded per person the federal government spends about half the amount of money on the IHS. Medicaid. And that's part of the reason a lot of tribes over time have step to establish their own privately run tribal health clinics. So throw history. They all IHS. But then tribes wanted to you know take hold and own and operate their own healthcare. So that's how these tribal health clinics came about. At this point, the large majority of healthcare facilities are operated by tribes about eighty percent in those facilities are encouraged but not required to share data that they collect on the virus but Jordan says, that's something a lot of them do not want to do not with the federal government or even with reporters like her even now as a Navajo WOM-. In as a Navajo reporter, it's also difficult for me to try to get the data. Because then I understand that like I grew up around my background is in health and so I I know you know it's because of settler colonialism but also research to a lot of times and medical research you have researchers going in parachuting in parachuting out and they don't give back that data it at least from everything that I've seen the past several months trust is like the main factor in this That's one thing trust. There's also the reality that doctors can get race or ethnicity wrong in California where it's pretty prevalent from what sources tell me some doctors will just check a box on native people because of their surname, their surnames, more likely to be coming from like a Hispanic or line next or origin like Dominguez or Garcia or you know today's assumed there Um Latin x but they're not, and if those people wind up dying that seem incorrect data can wind up on their death certificate right? You don't know what's going on or the pact of the pandemic if you don't have that data if you don't know what the person died from. How are you going to prevent it and prevent more from dying from it? These factors lack of trust underfunded public health infrastructure, racial classification all add up to a picture of the pandemic that isn't complete. For example, there's an alarming lack of covid hospitalizations data for native American or Alaskan native folks stuff like if somebody was admitted to the hospital, the ICU or even died compared to white people, CDC only has about a third of that information for Alaskan natives and native Americans and I think that's just again it just goes back to how well you know the state health department or even like the CDC or the public health experts they're not these tribal communities

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Murder, rape suspect commits suicide after car chase in Alexandria, south of downtown Washington, DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Murder, rape suspect commits suicide after car chase in Alexandria, south of downtown Washington, DC

"Is dead Days after he was apprehended by police in Maryland, 33 year old Abram Eagle will boo Boo Laci died in the hospital today after a car chase and self inflicted gunshot wounds, Alexandra please say, but she was taken to a hospital after they pursued him in a car chase on Wednesday Watch. He crashed in Prince George's County Police found him with self inflicted gunshot wounds. When they got to the car. He was On it in connection to a July 29 murder of Carla's Elizabeth Dominguez Gonzalez. Well,

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Washington DC - Released prisoner accused of raping, killing Virginia woman has died

Live and Local

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC - Released prisoner accused of raping, killing Virginia woman has died

"Virginia police say a rape suspect released from jail early due to Corona virus concerns has killed his accuser, Ibrahim Oichi, was indicted for the rape, sodomy, strangulation and abduction of Carla Dominguez last December. He was released in April on $24,000 bond and allegedly hunted down Omegas on July 29th when he shot and killed her outside her. Art Mint Police caught him Wednesday, but not before he shot himself. He's hospitalized in serious condition and has been charged with murder.

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"dominguez" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

Ravens at the Crossroads

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"dominguez" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

"And then now it's like you know. Now it's not a big deal to say. Oh, I practice witchcraft. I mean. But we'll for some. Though, you know As as you're aware, and probably most of the folks that are likely to hear this I've been out as queer. Gay Guy Whatever the language has changed much over the years, but nonetheless an outlier really forever. And that. gave me an understanding of so I was out to myself as gay. Before I was a member of the Public Pagan Community. I'd already seen things in terms of how groups interact, and how people deal with tensions and whatnot, so you know how lot of people when they first become involved in paganism or whatever? There's this kind of like limerick golden everything's shiny. Finally come home. These are my people. Anything will be glorious. I never had that with paganism, because I had that when I was coming out as queer and discovered that the community was damaged a bunch of human beings. Okay so. So I'd already had that particular golden bubble popped so that I when I suppose I became involved in public paganism. It's like. I'm not expecting this to be better than the rest of the world I'm expecting it to be different than the rest of the world. That's fair It was it was actually? I did burnout as easily because I didn't have realistic expectations about how people would behave. I've Seen Firsthand And experienced some degree. That kind of mentality that you're talking about where it's like. Oh, my Gosh! Everything's brand new in China in cool and. Yet takes a little bit of time for people to. Hopefully understand that. People are still people is. Yes. It's or or another way of looking at. It's like having new relationship energy, but further. For the concept of community. Oh! That's A. That's a good description. I like that. because. It's really hard to to be critical during that khloe phase. But but a lot of the organizational skills that eventually brought to bear in the pig and community came from many kinds of other organizations that had been a part of including being involved heavily and. Queer activities of every flavor since. Since the very beginning of my existence as an adult for teen even. Based on the. Face on the things. That I've seen and heard from you. It seems like this is just who you have always been, and you've always presented yourself. Honestly. To. Whoever was in the immediate. Area and didn't. Didn't have to go about. Doing a lot of Discovery about who you are. As much as it seems like a a larger portion of the population. So my coming out, a experience was so brutal that after that everything seemed like cake. my. So I was still living at home, and it was the summer after senior year in high school You know just before becoming ready to go into the university. And discovered that my parents had been reading my mail and come home. and. They are reading a love letter that has been nailed to me from another man. And they went insane. And there was. Basically for the next month, I was held prisoner at home. There was all manner of verbal stuff physical style psychological. Drama, And to the point that it's like I don't know if I'm GONNA make it. And indeed I had out of body experience that where I was floating over my body, and looking down at my body and mom and dad. It's like well. You know what? they can't really do anything to hurt me. Because here, I, am and I'm still me and whatever happens I'll be fine. So. I ended up escaping from home as in the when I was left alone for more than thirty minutes. Get going out the window with what I could grab. lived on street for a couple of weeks until I ran into friend from high school, whose parents allowed me to live with them for a while while I got a job and started looking for an apartment. The there I there's a long story of things that mom and dad did back till the end Against me for quite a while. My Dad was a professor at the university has signature would have meant free tuition. He would refuse to sign so I ended up working full time to go to school fulltime simultaneously. he offered money for me to leave the state and change my last name, so I would not be a shame upon the family. I got snatched off the street in front of and and take into a deep programmer for weekend. I mean. I could go on and on so any. Short say! In Port, my poor jim whose parents were very kind in coping with things that they didn't understand. By comparison, Jeff, remember the era I. Mean This was you know seventies and eighties, which is very different time period in some regards, though honestly not really because there's still people today whose political or religious upbringing makes them go crazy when their kids are not expected to be. Is the Perhaps the percentages are down, but it's still exists so all this all this bad stuff. It happened to me and I came through. So..

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"dominguez" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

Ravens at the Crossroads

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"dominguez" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

"That's awesome I mean. Just to take a brief aside. Your mentality of Hey, this doesn't exist I need to go off and Steph a make it happen. That's a common mentality for a lot of people. Like I I applaud you on that. Just that aspect of your personality. GOING OFF IN SEEING The change that you WanNa see which is a very magical way to think of the things. It's it's also it's also the Middle Way. It's equally selfish and altruistic. Because if it if it doesn't feed you, you're going to run out of energy, or you're going to start resenting it. And if it doesn't feed other people, it's going to be poisoned in the long run. That's a very good way to think of it in. When you said that there were several things that I've done in the past or worked with in the past. That can fall into both. Of those one way or the other right? It's. It's a good way to kind of. Look at things, thank you for that. We're re on this. Show. that the first coven back in the eighties. We, so we were also just in time for the satanic panic. So the actually yes, it was, and we actually had a COP, infiltrate our group. Grief. And I mean we were since we weren't the holden to any of the very traditions that we respect to, but we're not a part of. We were holding a fair number of open Full moons or holiday events at state parks. You know public libraries Blah Blah. Blah, so we were fairly easy to find an. We also had flyers up in my bookstore, not like if you were a cop and you wanted to figure out where the occultist were here, we go, so this guy came to things for a while and. Didn't quite fit in, but he but he you know it's not like. Our community doesn't have its share of diverse outlying people with the come off Corky. Right! And finally he approached us, and said hey can. Can we have dinner together? I WanNa talk about something. At which point we said Oh I guess he's interested in applying to become part of the cubbon. No, no. Dinner. Time. He confesses that he was planned to bear by the Newcastle County cops. And that he he had had discovered that We were not dangerous. And we were nice people in sorry that if he had taken advantage of us in any way. Well. It's nice even real about that. Yeah I. I think that was just a stunning thing. And and the agreement we all came to, and he did use a couple times. If we come across anything that's got some bizarre symbols. It looks kind of Hanky. Look over and give me a heads up of. This is just Somebody is playacting satanism or watched one late night movies or resist something I should be concerned about. It. A couple of times as expert witnesses, but he did change the training that He offered a in house to the other cops about what what what looked like something potentially. Serial killer stalker crazy person in what looked like just somebody's alter. That's cool does very cool. There've been a few. I mean mostly. It's just based on ignorance, they they. Didn't understand that segment of. The community, so having him in there to learn more about everything gave the opportunity for the whole department to learn. And become better educated on. You know in general In the let's say was. Yeah yes. Yeah I mean it wasn't his path, and he didn't become a convert, but he's definitely decided that we were okay. And I think one of the tipping in retrospect, one of the tipping points when I think he decided that we were not a dangerous cult. Is that he was hanging around at a potluck. We were having. And several of us, and I'm not going to spill the beans. It's decades ago, but we were warning people about certain practitioners being dangerous because they were Hansie and touchy feely, and Oprah, propagators yes, man, so we're we're. We're didn't use the term at that didn't call them predators, but we I think slime bucket was I think concern we use? The point. The point! But what caught his attention was that we were telling people within our casual potluck afterwards? Hey, the following people try to get you to join their group. Be Aware of the following problems. So the fact that we were in warning people. said. I don't know if they would be doing that if they were called. Well Yeah Okay to be fair. To be fair call tes. And the call the. Sense Yeah Yeah Yeah so and and you know some folks who are less Less educated on the nuances of different things within our community. Might lump things all together, and they're one giant misunderstanding. Artery quite right, yeah! Yeah that term, that's her means different things in different contexts for different people. anecdote attorney. But, but but the valuable thing was that and. Is that we weren't trying to. Give the impression. Our community was perfect in any way, shape or form. And I think that that was a tipping point for him deciding to look at us with a less jaundiced eye. What an interesting term! Yeah, yeah, no, that's awesome. No!.

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"dominguez" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

Ravens at the Crossroads

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"dominguez" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

"That's doing magic I was raised Catholic but Cuban Catholic Cuban. Cuban Catholic is not quite. Free of magical stuff. Sure Yeah I noticed that Of all the areas where Catholicism was sort of brought to an area that already had sort of A. Indigenous practice or whatnot. The CATHOLOCISM gets a little more superstitious and magical. practices infused into it. Since there are always just below the surface anyway right right because my mom was from the Philippines and Catholic, Yup and There was a so much superstition. It was I never understood entirely. How they didn't recognize that fact. And then we'll in Polish and Catholic so. Okay. And how it's offensive when you pointed out Yell Yeah. So so upsetting, yeah I, know kind of. Not accepted in the family for that fact, but whatever? So. It's the seventies. And you've started okay. I'm going to keep going, so it's the seventies in. Sort of sort, so we're moving through. The time, travel. It's a little bit of time travel thing, and so you started, you started your path. How did you? You met somebody when you were in fencing class. Let me. Back it up a little bit so. I always had a significant number of psychic experiences. is meaningful dreams, odd occurrences, a child, so I already had a sense of there being more to the world than the physical reality or to the limited ideas that came through my religious upbringing, so I already had that going and because I had access to a lot of books and material so eventually when we left Florida, which is you know and I lived in Tampa Florida which was basically an enclave of Cuba for where I lived. So, we moved to Delaware. My Dad got offered a job at the University of Delaware. And We're tenures offered you, you go. Right so, but the deal was as a child, and I was always an avid reader and read way of my reading level. I had from I. Don't know sixth or seventh grade stakes grade on seventh grade on a library card to check out or to look at materials at the university libraries. and to use all the resources available to get Inter Library etc, so I was reading all sorts of that I could find now. Most of it was primarily ceremonial magic in focus because that was easier to find at that time. But I had read as much as I could actually the first Book of Magic that stuck with me was the secret lore of magic by Idris, Shah it, which is really old grimmer stuff. If I address Shah, oddly enough New Gerald Gardner batted. Know that at the time. In any case, I read all these books. But I also was Even though I was the kid that always had a book with them and. Was Nerdy Geeky both things endured Kiecker not one in the same. I spent a lot of times walking in the woods. spent a lot of time. out nature so had profound connection to Steph, which didn't quite fill fall into the mold of of the stuff that you I was reading, but I knew which has existed and I knew that there were traditions, and so my family was very adamant about sound mind, sound body. Blah Blah Blah, so? They wanted me to take a sport and there was not anything that I wanted to do. in high school that was a sport. However, we live walking distance to the University of Delaware campus where my dad taught. And Mission to start going to the fencing club at the university, of Delaware to count as my athletic activity. And and well you know and and. It worked because. Do you, suppose I read a couple of sword, sorcery fantasy novels by then yeah, okay, sure so so totally made sense to my parents. Eva Wants to to do sword fighting. It's fine. Now while I'm at this fencing club and I'm actually getting pretty good at it. I was actually enjoying. We were done A. Go to the go to the changing room to change step so that I could get back to school because I get back to school. Because after school I was also involved in the school. Paper and Literary School Literary magazine Blah Blah, Blah and the sky was changing really fast, and he's changing fast out from underneath his t shirt POPs pentacle. And my eyes lock on it and I would have been. Oh, so are you Gordon Darrien or your legs? and Are you part of the Covenant Are you solitary and his he's he's in Grad, student and his eyes are getting bigger and bigger and bigger because I'm a teenager I'm a kid from high school who happens to becoming to the fencing club into fencing classes and he is. Can we talk about the somewhere else and he's like it suddenly dawned on me Oh. He's afraid somebody else is going to hear this conversation. So After we're in a more private more private setting says look, you're too young. nobody who's actually legitimate would take you on to teach you. However I can put you like in which is legit. Yes, I, get it. I, get it, and he agreed to put me onto the mailing list back when we did. He asked me for a self addressed stamped envelope, one of those magical objects in years of old where You provided somebody with an envelope. With the. Right, yes, it is. It's like a mystic school. Thing is so that you provided them with an envelope stamped an address to yourself by yourself in they in turn, put a newsletter in it, so I got on a mailing list for a couple of groups that he was a part of eventually, put me in touch with the keepers of the ancient mints, mysteries, which was a group in the Baltimore, Maryland area that actually had a pagan. Picnics in in in the seventies before the pagan gathering seen even begin. A the prototype version Um four for the gathering scene, which officially most people's say that Earth Spirit Communities Rites of spring was the first big gathering. It is the first big gathering, but there were smaller things that occurred before then I met. Actual. teachers primarily, Alexandrian though a couple of gardens as well and I began to become aware of network with and at that time I was. Honestly I've never actually been shy, but it is useful to pretend to be shy sometimes. And I assume that it would be best for me to simply I'm young pup. These are people that have been added for a while. I'm just GONNA sit in the corner listen. And I did. And over time I picked up quite a bit also got a good idea of what other workshops open rituals other mailing other in-house newsletters could get on so I. my introduction to the official organized pagan community was a little bit serendipitous, but Created some lasting connections for.

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"dominguez" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

Ravens at the Crossroads

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"dominguez" Discussed on Ravens at the Crossroads

"Welcome to Ravens at the crossroads. I'm mistress. Prime I'm Tyler Matthews. And today we have to mingle with US welcome Yvo. Great to be here. Thank, you? Now tell us about your life growing up. You had a interesting birth Oh, yes, so! I was born in the middle of the Cuban Revolution. Actually in the province where revolution started Castro. Actually was. Personally known to my parents and my aunt. Dated his brother for a while. But be that as it may My mom was very pregnant. a machine gun fight had broken out. People were told to hit the deck and she hit the deck and immediately broke. Water started hemorrhaging. And, it was probably going to die and Take me with her. My family's always been very religious spiritual experiencers, various things and my aunt. Lydia, who is either blessed or a bit touched depending upon how you look at it. who had visions of of of Christ and Mary got STIGMATA. The whole deal grabbed a kerosene lamp ran out into street and said my sister's going to die in childbirth. If you don't get her to the hospital, you have to stop fighting. Now they pot. They stopped they my. UNCLES, and father and family were able to get mom to the hospital. And she had an emergency c section and it was very dramatic with know hand crank generators because the power was. My granddad braving people to donate blood, so they would have blood for her. It was it was quite a thing. You can, you can say that It was a question of in Latin culture Childbirth is a big deal, and maybe the soldiers stop because of that. Maybe they stopped because of the energy radiating off of my aunt to believe that she had you know the power of God behind her, so people stopped, but anyway it was. It was a pretty dramatic birth entry to the world and. I. Yeah I mean. It certainly shows up if you look at my birth chart. Yeah Yeah. The the the the energy was intense for for that particular moment in time okay. what what exactly what elements were. Highlighted if you don't mind me asking. If if you are a fluent in at all, there was a grand cross which made life complicated it was also. The. Moon was in the last twenty, nine, th last possible moment of Scorpio so we had last moment of Scorpio Moon with the Grand Cross. Including planets like Jupiter in Morrow errs and dearness and. It was just a fever pitch moment, and if you want, it was also the day of Mars. If you WANNA do the day in the hours and all that so turned into this moment where something dramatic was going to happen. I would definitely consider just a birth in general, being kind of dramatic, but on top of being in the middle of the Cuban revolution. Yeah, That's an awesome origin story. Yeah, well. It goes back in a weird way as well because you see my both of my grandfathers had left Spain during the Spanish civil war. and I guess for Modern Pagans The place in mind for that is. If you've seen Pan's labyrinth, you kind of see kind of like out of the edges a bit about the Spanish civil war, and that in the atrocities therein, but my granddad slept Spain moved to Cuba to get away from the Spanish civil war. met two lovely women who they married and had kids with and. We go generation later upgraded. We go again now if you like things in that kind of complicated synchronous way so. Offensive SCO Franco who was the architect of the Spanish? Civil war was from Galicia. Province in northwestern Spain. Which is where my grandfathers were from. and. The province in in the province in Cuba. where? The revolution started was settled primarily by people from Galicia as a matter of fact, Castro is a distant relative of Francisco Franco. Also. It also Charlie Sheen. That's a bit random. Well, not entirely it is it is it is, but there's this pattern of upheaval. And renewal so that as far as we can tell our people, and stayed put for tens of thousands of years, and then suddenly we move from one country to another country and another country when I was a kid in living in Florida by the way I was living in floor sixty one living in Florida, during the Cuban missile, crisis was not fun. Oh! Oh. And there was also. There also moment in time when like when Kennedy died. there was weeping and wailing in the household, and pounding of chests, packing up of of jewelry, and basically a go bag to get out because they had no way to know whether or not America wouldn't descend into some sort of chaos at that point so that at that moment we were like well. I guess we're going to Canada. we had a moment similar to that couple years ago. Will almost four years ago now. After a certain. actual Oh. Yeah, yeah, but but yeah, so so I am. I'm going to say the that I've had a an eventful life but it, but having come from that background I'm kind of like remarkably well suited to our current era. I think it's kind of like getting a vaccine because I had so many crazy things as a child. My family of my Nuclear Family Mom Dad. My sister were the first of us to arrive here from Cuba. So for a time as as our relatives managed to leave Cuba, their first landing pad was. US. So the child was normal for me to have all sorts of random sort of known to me. Relatives descended upon us until they could find a place of their own. And that also created a if it comfort level with a certain amount of chaos and unusual people about the house so decades later when our house regularly became the crash zone for people sleeping over after a ritual workshop. It's like Oh. This feels normal. Tax Constant flow through people yeah. Okay I, think the only other thing I'm going to throw in. There is that of of course though there are denials and times when I was. Punished as a child for it, I was always pointing out to Mom Dad. for while both grandmoms lived with us the you know..

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"dominguez" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"dominguez" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Money Dominguez man it was a lot to say great to have your court great to be here as always we are virtually every aspect yes yes it's been a long time since I've actually seen you in person you know either we're talking here you're on fox business news CNBC Yahoo finance but it's great to have you today so these are spotlight segment every week we take a real retirement plan we break it down and we put out we called the pain points a wind near the flaws and this case to help a couple get on their path to financial freedom one you give us the rundown yeah so just to give you a little bit of background as to this couple that I was working with is that they are in their early sixties and not trying to retire today or tomorrow but definitely in the next couple of years and the good news for them is they've done a really good job of saving and they have a nice nesting but they want to retire in their early sixties and so we really need to work on income planning for them I'm kind of two big reasons number one is there means source of income in retirement is going to be social security and if they're retiring before retirement age of social security they need to decide do they not want to take any income and start drawing on their portfolio or would they rather take it early take a lesser income and less you to drop your portfolio but again you're kind of locked into that lower amount as you go forward that's a really good point because taking so security is different for everybody and your point you have to factor into in this case this couple's game plan like the way the Bob to take social security versus another couple or somebody else is always gonna be completely different exactly and so we really look at what their expenses are but another thing about again being in a good position where they can retire early is they're looking to retire not only before social security age before Medicare each in which case they're gonna be needing to pay for medical costs out of pocket which is an extra cost and they get an extra cash flow standpoint that we're gonna need a plan for for them because they're gonna have some extra expenses and a lot less income as soon as they retire so Cordy since you know they're they're gonna be depended that looks like on the portfolio the portfolio was really positioned to generate the return they need and that's that's really where we got into and how this conversation went is we really the biggest thing we need a plan for for them is income I need to make sure that they have enough interest and dividends are they can collect on and not have to worry about a year like now where the stock markets can have a big drop I don't want them to be forced to sell our very best mental low point I want them to have enough income coming in that they don't need to worry about it and right now the way they're invested is they're very heavily invest in the stock market a lot more aggressive than I would recommend them chill and they're getting a lot less income than they could just by doing some simple repositioning whether it's in the stock markets are getting some in Bonn they're really easily able to cash flow yeah it's really this transition when we talk about all the time we do this for all our clients going from what we call the wealth accumulation stage where it's like Hey you're in your thirties and forties no problem market goes down you're still adding to your portfolio and moving to what we call the wealth distribution stage where now you're very light relying on your portfolio and you get a big sell offs like this pandemic that just happened that can be detrimental to your financial health you've got to turn your portfolio into more like a pension like income yeah I noticed all this portfolio Cordy they're really heavily weighted in large company growth stocks which pay very little in terms of dividends and you know what they said this pandemic reminded me of my favorite restaurants close I can't wait till it opens but when I go there actually have to pay for my lunch you know I I told something well I got a great relative performance in my portfolio and that's like a with that and you know you find out really do need the income you need the cash flow you don't want to retire the paychecks stop coming in so I think that the you know one of the big things I see is a lack of income the way they are heavily invested and I guess the other question I have is one of him so much in cash yeah and this couple is using cash as their safety asset which I think cash will give you the safety union so from a safety aspect we are in fact accomplishing that goal but the problem with cash is again going back to cash flow which is our big point with this couple it's not going to get you any interest especially now all those high yield savings accounts aren't even paying any yield anymore she so you're better off getting some income on something like bonds and dividends on your stocks there's a lot more effective ways you can do that right now you then oxy moron now that I'm getting one and a half percent is a high yield savings I mean come on break yeah and that's one thing we all fail wreck recognizes that we've been in the low low inflation environment but it's still you know compounding about two percent you know versus store call three that's the biggest rest everybody's plan it's not you know having the wrong stocks the wrong bonds are not having your having money in cash it's like what did you return net after inflation and cash is a negative return so yeah Hey we're guaranteed to lose money how is that a good idea I don't I just can't see how that's a great idea you know corny C. money Dominguez the one thing we do find all the time this is very indicative of what most of us are doing right now it's right either we have way too much risk in the stock market which they clearly do and you may have way too much money sitting in cash earning nothing right you don't have the right balance your other two waited one way or the other and I see that being the biggest issue for most of you that are trying to retire in our actually even retired right now I couldn't agree with them more and I think it's really easy just to make some simple changes here and we can reduce your rest you're not as depend on the stock markets right now being a great reminder of why that's important get you some income so that way they can retire because again this couple has done a really good job of saving they just need to be separate terms only we mentioned during this this segment but how much more income were you able to get for them we are allowed to use their income from about forty thousand a year to about a hundred thousand a year talk about a big difference in a majority of the income gap that they were looking at can easily be covered by their interest and dividends well Bob I say that's real money and if you think of yourself right now this is the kind of review I need I need to figure out how to turn my portfolio into a pension like income for retirement that's reliable keeps abreast of cost of living here's your shot to get a.

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The Grand Canyon

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids

06:00 min | 1 year ago

The Grand Canyon

"Have you ever heard of the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is the Whitest Canyon in the world and located in Arizona which also happens to be my home state. It's also considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The Grand Canyon is two hundred seventy seven miles long up to eighteen miles wide in over six thousand feet deep in places. It's very colorful a combination of reds browns whites and many other colors because each of the different layers or strata were formed at different times during the Earth's history. The Earth is very very old so the Grand Canyon is made up of different rocks from its two billion year old history early on the Grand Canyon was actually a mountain which overtime sunk down until it was flat. Then is the earth shifted. It became a canyon and over a very long period was even underwater. Eventually a river started flowing through the Canyon which is now known as the Colorado River. The water in the river was full of rocks. So over. Millions of years the river acted like sandpaper. Shaving down the canyon this is called erosion today. When you look at the Grand Canyon you can see the different layers in it similar to a layered cake. Some of the layers are white. Limestone other layers are filled with shells from was underwater and the upper layers are dark and reformed by a volcano after the Grand Canyon was formed into what it looks like today around three thousand years ago native people who now call the ancestral publians live near the Grand Canyon. They built homes out of stone and farmed corn squash and beans. They made carvings and paintings on Canyon walls which is one way we know they live there. Another group who lived there were called the co Nina for the ancestors of the modern Yuma Havasu Pie and who a lot by people who still live around the Grand Canyon. The native people call the Grand Canyon. Cab which means mountain on its side. The ancient people believed the Grand Canyon was a holy place and often visited for miles around to experience. It's wonder after Europeans discovered the new World Francisco Vasquez Coronado and a group of Spanish explorers were in the area. Searching for the fabled seven cities of Cipolla in fifteen forty Coronado ordered captain Garcia Lopez de Cardenas and. His soldiers to explore the area they and their Hopi native guides where the first European to see the wonders of the Grand Canyon. They were amazed at its size and fastness. Two hundred years passed until another European visited the canyon in seventeen seventy six to Spanish priests Francisco Dominguez and Sylvester de Escalate into explored southern Utah and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and the eighteen fifties. They were followed. By Jacob Hamlin a Mormon explorer sent by Brigham Young to find a way to cross the river. They made friends with the WHO a lot by tribe and found the crossing discovered by the Spanish priests which later became Lee's ferry. A theory is a place where a flat boat helps wagons and people cross the river then in eighteen sixty nine major John. Wesley Powell led the first expedition down into the Canyon. He had set out to explore the Colorado River and the Canyon. They wrote down the river on a boat and survived the dangerous rapids and finally ended up in what is now known as MOAB UTAH. John Wesley Powell later became famous for the founding of the Boy Scouts of America. In one thousand nine hundred three. President Theodore Roosevelt visited the Grand Canyon and marveled at its beauty. Teddy Roosevelt was known for his love of nature and spent much of his time outdoors in the Grand Canyon. He did everything he could to help. Preserve its natural. Wonder he worked to make it a national monument and believe places like the Grand Canyon should be preserved so people all over the world can enjoy it. All Roosevelt was president. He formed the National Parks Association to help. Save places like the Grand Canyon today. The Grand Canyon is one of the most famous places to visit in the world with about five million visitors every year. Who come from all over to see and explore it. Most people just come to look out over the vast canyon. I've been there a few times with my family. It's about a four hour. Drive from US where we live near Phoenix Arizona. The last time I went we brought our foreign kids who also looked out over it in awe. We had to hold them close to us because the canyon is a very steep drop below which made us very nervous. When I was in high school our family and a group of other families hiked down into the part of the canyon known as Havasu Pie. We drove there early in the morning and had all of our camping gear and food loaded onto the back of mules. Then we hiked about four hours down into the Canyon at the bottom of the trail. The huge picturesque Havasu falls. You can swim at the falls. Jump off cliffs and hike further into see and swim in the waterfalls. Our trip was very fun but took a turn for the worse when one of the days I slept on Iraq and twisted my ankle pretty bad the next day we were supposed to hike out so my close friend. I got up early and started hiking. I live most of the way. Even up the steep switch-backs. It was a rough hike out but the waterfalls and swimming holes made it worth it anyway along with hiking people take helicopter tours over the Grand Canyon love to raft the Wild Colorado River. They also take horseback tours down into the Canyon. And it's very popular. Hike it from Rim Durham. By sisters in their friends. Do this recently. Another main attraction is the Grand Canyon. Skywalk which lets you walk on a glass bottom path out over the canyon so you can look at the drop far

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LA Opera investigation finds sexual harassment allegations against Placido Domingo credible

Morning Edition

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

LA Opera investigation finds sexual harassment allegations against Placido Domingo credible

"The only opera says its investigation into Placido Domingo has found that sexual harassment allegations made against the superstar tenor are credible this investigation conducted by outside lawyers found similarities in accounts offer by Dominguez accusers but it also concluded that there is no evidence that demand go ever engaged in quid pro quo or retaliated against any woman at the company investigators say that while the operas policies regarding harassment claims were sufficient their implementation was flawed the mango served as the opera's general director for many years before resigning

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"dominguez" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"dominguez" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"FM do see there's no so she so there's no this is sold in notes and we even if you give me and then you so so does the name Maria Dominguez ring a bell of Altadena she was our last pay your bills.

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Trainer Richard Baltas on Next Shares' Surprise Win

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:40 min | 2 years ago

Trainer Richard Baltas on Next Shares' Surprise Win

"Start with next shares before we talk talk about the fun story with Oscar Dominguez but next year's Boy The betting public. They're they're very demanding ending. And I I guess right yeah zinc. I actually had people telling me that they thought the Horse is done. You know and I'm like well I wouldn't be running on the done so You know he does like a little bit of you know. We've got rain that we and he does like thank the term for the little given it and he doesn't like it when it's super hard. You knew it was really hard during the Breeders Cup and you know we're taking a shot there but when he broke out the gate Alaska said he just like he just didn't handle it. He said he was stinging. Just you know from the Turpin so hard so he just kinda got him around there and He came back to work. Really good on the turf and had to good works on the turf and I actually was like stuck with a writer our 'cause Franken worked. Giovanni Franko worked on Chirping. He couldn't get off the D'Amato ours and then they've L. Devia works a monograph and he loved them and just immigrate right through in the real so well and he won he won with really with some authority. And that's the part that I I think was was most impressive. Just looking hadn't won since January And that goes back to the San Gabriel. And you're the you know this is the you're the second you're the second winner from the weekend. That mentioned how hard the turf was up north versus down there and I'm trying to think it was. It might have been Michael was wasn't might've been talked Michael McCarthy. I talked to house talk to Cassie. So yeah well you know. We don't get any rain and it's sunny in hot all the time. And it's like they have air raid it and you have to put water on it and They really gotta stay after the trip so you you know the now. There's nothing better than Mother Nature for anything. I don't I believe so it's true. I heard from a few jockeys I mean. You know it's I think on on the East Coast guys come out here. They write a lot of grass races. Obviously over there so I can a- they'll tell you wow it's really hard today

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Rainforest Dwellers and Urbanites Have Consistently Different Microbiomes

60-Second Science

02:20 min | 2 years ago

Rainforest Dwellers and Urbanites Have Consistently Different Microbiomes

"Our microbiomes. The tiny organisms UNISOM that live on us in Innis can influence our health and a recent study looked microbiome composition diversity depending on where and how we live given the same latitude and climate across South America. We found a gradient over bunny stations from a jungle houses hats off. Marion people leaving traditional lifestyles. All the way to a modern CD Lake Manas was the differences in microbes from our houses and from our a skin and differences in exposure to chemicals. Microbiologist Maria Gloria Dominguez Peyot from Rutgers University. She and her colleagues collected samples from people pets pets and spaces in homes like the kitchen bathroom and bedrooms. They analyzed bacteria. Fungi parasites chemicals and they found two trends As you go from the rainforest to a farm to a town to the city of House with increasing using population density we are exposed to a higher diversity of fungi. We carry more diversity of fungi in our skin. Hey Buddy nowhere got. We lose microbial diversity. The study is in the journal Nature Microbiology. Urban homes US more more chemical cleaners than do rural or rainforest homes and they're more likely to be built out of synthetic materials so city residents are burdened with more chemicals including including metabolites of cleaners detergents paints in and on their bodies. In addition the microbes of urban dwellers are far more like each other than they are like the more healthful mix found in the rainforest. Domingos Baeau thinks one reason is that we are two isolated from natural landscapes. We have grown culturally very anti anti dirt. We we call dirt there at the end. You know we call the soil dirt and that already has a connotation of undesirable they are bowl perhaps city living could be a bit healthier with fewer chemicals from cleansers and more microbes from what gets

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"dominguez" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"dominguez" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Denote Maria Dominguez just found out she's getting our bills paid for a year she's married she got two boys seven and four and Marie as still on the phone we just announcer take ever mortgagor groceries or car insurance our gas bill for about a new phone and a twenty twenty four explore Maria I guess I'm here is the whole neighborhood awake now and do they know what's going on I believe so still we've only done this you the fourth time that we've actually paid someone's bills for an entire year we've only done this three other times and honestly I thought we would do it once and they would say it's just too big of a thing to do but I haven't said that yet so good on you for getting in there thank you so much it's so and that twenty twenty four explored that is your you're gonna design it on your own you to pick up the color and everything else so I feel so blessed I mean a really hard your prize my husband got injured and is just very hard but I feel very blessed well I think you're in life seem to work out yeah yes for some grander reason are planned and you definitely deserve to win this we we did with Michelle in Santa Ana sin Dee Anne's delay Monique and sell the Monte now Maria and out to dean at getting their bills all paid for an entire the kids even understand what's going on I will be so that is not me you know screaming and running down her dress I'm gonna put tiny up here too are you dressed right now Maria are you in your pajamas are weird put in the work and all schools and about how tell us about what's the senior Tonya right now Tanya is out on location in the neighborhood she was outside the gate with might I could picture the gate opening in town last standing there tell me what's the scene like now I'm not being recreated kind of a lot of people are you're not gonna lie but it's so great I mean you know what your we I I think we should get all of the kids pays your bills winners together for like a luncheon yeah that was so fun right yeah like they're in their own little like Hector Hector seems to I need to factor in the ID more him gone already picture came out a second listen because events in the eighties but I got out he's always knows that well we're so excited to be doing this again get to know everybody given the Jack given the keys get some good photos the video of the moment is up at kiss FM dot com key word it rhyme getting up there as soon as we can't it's not there yet it's coming soon Tanya and more riet Dominguez ought Maria so you were getting up to go to breakfast with the kids since veterans day where you go for breakfast what are you gonna have I'm not sure anymore I'm too excited how awesome well thank you very much for listening to kiss FM every day can gradually so much to listen to your morning thank you so much you know we were hiding at the taco place around the corner from you I saw that yes yeah that's a that was our state okay out also the ball there we love you thank you Marie Dominguez thank you so much and thank you one of two point seven kiss FM guess what that's round for kids pays your bills stand by details on around five coming soon it's kiss.

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"dominguez" Discussed on Fret Buzz The Podcast

Fret Buzz The Podcast

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"dominguez" Discussed on Fret Buzz The Podcast

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Scientists Have Developed a Self-Repairing Battery

Curiosity Daily

03:11 min | 2 years ago

Scientists Have Developed a Self-Repairing Battery

What is the difference between 4G and 5G?

Curiosity Daily

04:18 min | 2 years ago

What is the difference between 4G and 5G?

More podcast companies than ever at NAB Show 2019

Digital Production Buzz

08:06 min | 2 years ago

More podcast companies than ever at NAB Show 2019

"A now a name that doesn't really need engineer deduction. If you've been paying attention to our industry at all Jeffrey Stanfield us, the CEO and founder of advantage video systems, and seems to be the most tuned in person, I know this covering the show, Jeffrey, thanks. You are dressed to the nine. Got this friend of mine in Italy who did a TV station for ends me. These wonderful talion suits goodness. Can you turn the glitter down does that think plug in at night? I have been I've been really good businesses been phenomenal. We've been growing building a lot of video podcasting studios and growing in that aspect, and then you know, we've been doing a lot in asset management archiving stuff like that so management using what software. Well, we just did a big in. What is it a big install with CBS interactive with a cat Devi and zen data and a couple of other sources some storage from promise storage. And so we developed that all thing for them. We've been doing a lot with some Nasr. Luma forges been been Goodsell for us and doing some work on that. So for a cool, what if you have to show that you like, you know, there's so much to see the buzzes AK is a big buzz at the show. Stupid. But don't quote me on that. Now. I know if I if you talked to Mike Siani Bill, you know, AK is the most is where it has to be at. I I agree with you. You know, human. I can't really see more than that. You know in archiving for a K is has has an option. But you know, I I'm with you. I, you know, on the human I cannot see more than four case. So it's that's where I'm at. Besides eight Kate which clue been talking about a number of interviews show. What else caught your attention on the first day? But is that your last guest with the three sixty there's a lot of three sixty stuff that's being done at the show. We've been seeing a lot of that announcements. There's also a lot for live streaming live streaming as has played this year over last year. There was a lot last year. But you know, with with ACA, my solutions right next to you here and some of the new stuff that data videos doing some stuff that that black. Magic is doing some of the new the new technologies broadcast picks. Is a is a remarkable company that we've been working with. We just put a big in install at Dominguez hills college with the broadcast picks people and their stuff is phenomenal very low cost price with high-performance. So it's been one of you know. So live streaming is almost every booth has some play in the live streaming environment. It's pretty amazing when you think about how quickly that's taken off it is. And there's so much. It's so easy to get in into that. And so there's so much money made in if you do it, right and brand yourself and get out get out of YouTube. I tell people my big thing is get out of YouTube because when you have a YouTube channel, you work for you to that's what they call the YouTube channel, you know, so you know, develop your own channel develop your own brand. And I'm actually working on a talk with with Philip Hodges on out of brand yourself, how to how to have media people how to brand themselves because I think that's one of the things that editors and cinematographer is they know how to do the cameras and worth the to'real, but they don't know how to brand themselves, and that's one thing we're working together, very smart thing. Because as we continue to shift into a gig economy, the ability to make sure people understand who you are. And what makes you different from the competition critical? Absolutely. I mean you. Look back to the old apple different photos, and how Steve Jobs took those major big brands like, you know, like. On John Lennon, and I'll Einstein and all these great people that people identify with. And then pop the apple logo on so people identified now with with their heroes with apple and that kind of thing how you brand yourself is very important. I don't mean to to to short circuit you as advantage. Now say anything at the show that we need to pay attention to cite the fact that you continuing to grow. Well, you know, we're we're doing a lot of things we've all started new thing where we broadcast channel. We have seen called high launch. Tv we are on apple TV, Roku and was on fire stick Ross onto wreck TV com. Cash dish network. We're we're in thirty cities raw casting local televisions were on cruise ships were in hotel almost three hundred hotels.

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"dominguez" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"dominguez" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"With MS Jacqueline Dominguez, you are when are you? What is your title at at you run everything at the American liver founders? Well, we do wear many hats, but my official title is executive director executive director and people I was fortunate enough to me Jacqueline inner team, I think two weeks ago, and it was a very small conference room because there are three of you making a liver is something that every single person has. And what are they what are the rates as far as how many people are affected by liver disease, at least in your area? Right. Well, let me tell you that the general standard is one out of every ten Americans suffers from some type of liver disease. So if your audience is sitting there, and maybe they're in a coffee shop, or whatever the case may be look around, and there's ten people in that. At room. I can almost guarantee you that somebody in that room has some form of liver disease. Whether they know it or not, right. Most of them don't know. So that's a really good point Hannah. Well, now, if if they don't, and let's say, they go with undiagnosed something the Titus a form of hepatitis or or beginnings of psoriasis. How how do they find out if it's a non complaining, and and what are the problems as we here with so many diseases early diagnosis is the key almost always. So are you doing greater damage by not having a proper diagnosis? You're absolutely correct about that. If you are not diagnosed earlier, you're diagnosed, of course, with any disease the better chances you have for a positive outcome. So what we're trying to recommend the people. The unfortunate thing is that the symptoms of liver disease or similar to fatigue. Okay. Okay. So who is in tired? Vitamin d here would exactly a little bit of nauseousness, perhaps or you know there. There's such simple symptoms that can be related to the everyday stress of life. So what we try to get people to do is to focus on risk factors and to make sure that you know, again, the alcohol intake is not to excess. We're not saying you shouldn't drink alcohol, but certainly not to excess eating a healthy diet, making sure that you're getting your proper amounts of foods from all the different food groups eating a lot of fiber, of course, because, you know, fatty liver at this particular point in time is certainly becoming an issue that's hot on the forefront. And it kind of goes along with your visit obesity issue. So making sure that you're keeping your body and his good health as you possibly can is is paramount to making sure that your liver is healthy. Can I interrupt and tell me? If you could explain what fatty liver is. Fatty liver is a build up of fat around your liver that causes psoriasis of the liver. So does that actually kind of construct or it just weighs down the liver? It it kind of compresses deliver it contracts. It's so bad deliver starts to become Roddick. Okay. And you know, what I think we talked about this earlier. But if you could give us a definition of what cirrhosis the validity actually is. So again, just to mention that the liver performs over five hundred functions in your body acting like a filter. Converting converting food into nutrients and energy psoriasis delivers hardening of the liver cells and wants to deliver cells hardens, the liver can't perform those functions to convert food into the nutrient and can't filter the toxins that are in your system. Okay. So it is no longer able to be as the fact of or at all active because of this, and it can cause I know this. This is the one thing SAD's, which is the fluid backs up get through it, and you end up having all this abdominal fluid. That's just sitting there. It has to be drained. Absolutely. And it's a very uncomfortable situation. It is. Yes. I have a family member who experienced it. And I was I felt very sorry for that person. Yes. Okay. So this is not something where you can go in have dialysis. This is something that you need to do. What once you are L O one sure ill, you need to actually see a liver specialists because there are forms of treatments that are out there that delivers specialists are so well aware of they may perform something along a biopsy. They may have some other type of imaging tests that they want to do. And so they have a whole battery of tests that they can perform to make sure that they're giving you the proper treatment the proper medications, and helping you love your liver fabulous. And then beyond that win the liver being the second largest organ as you mentioned for those of us just joining us. We're talking to Jacqueline Dominguez. From the American liver foundation based right here in Chicago. It is the second largest organ in your body it filters. Everything is so think twice before. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. Taking a dip in the pond. I guess I have no idea. What what else you can absorb things to your skin? I learned that in the first which is why I'm mentioning it again, including chemical. So it does make good sense aside. From the fact that your skin will become incredibly dry, but it does absorb in the met causes more strain in your liver and could potentially. Add to the stress your liver is under but but people it is not immune to cancer, you can have liver cancer, right? And most of these the liver diseases. The end result is liver cancers, so grows and grows. Right. Right. So what we like to see hepatitis a and hepatitis B, which both have vaccines are the most preventable forms of liver cancer. It hasn't been vaccinated. You really want to see your physician? You wanna ask them the vaccination is right for you chances. Are they are and you can prevent hepatitis a and hepatitis B and not have to worry about liver cancer finale, so's to disease states. Okay. And are those the have a winner people getting vaccinated against these is that part of the the childhood in occupations. I don't believe that they are. I don't think. They are either. Okay. So this is an older kid type situation and end those are transmitted. How have have it agency is blood transmission or blood to blood have a you said was. Fecal matter or is that be no, you're absolutely right. Hepatitis A, food or water that's been contaminated by sequel matter. Okay. Which is why it's not like rampant here in the United States. But we hear about it in other countries. Araxos water filtration is not the same right? If you're traveling out of the country, many times, your physician will recommend that you receive a hepatitis a vaccine. Okay. And hepatitis B is sexually transmitted. Hepatitis B is lot and body fluids. Okay. Okay. Alrighty, then. Yes, actually, I do believe they they give the that's the first shot. They give the little kids when they're born is happy just that. I share. I do remember that. Because I was like, wow, that's strange anyway. Okay. So these will all eventually turned into cancer, they can morph into liver cancer, and at that point because we're dealing with a disease liver on top of cancer. Do how does the treatment varies it to we go into the chemo and radiation? Like, you would in in a please forgive my finger quotes, normal cancer, or or or any other type of cancer? And I appreciate you asking that. I do want to remind your listeners that I'm really not a medical. Thank you for saying that. So the information that I'm giving is general and may not be specific to everyone's situation. So while all of liver diseases can morph into liver cancer. I'm not gonna say necessarily. They all will. But there's a great possibility that they will. So with the liver cancers, they do have some types of treatments, and I do believe there along the lines of radiation, chemotherapy, similar to any other cancer. Typically, though, what generally happens is that the only cure the only rescue that people have is a transplant and how because we only have one it's not like a kidney where somebody can just give it give it up can people donate part of their liver. Or is it it's all or nothing. What's interesting is that could've Eric livers, of course, can serve one or more people. Okay. Okay. Because they do have what they call split liver. Transplants. Also, you could donate a portion of your liver to someone in need. That's very interesting. And does it regenerate. Where does it just work with what we've got left it regenerates in both bodies. So if they take a portion of your liver and put that portion transplant that into another person the portion that you have remaining will regenerate full size and the portion that was transplanted into the other person will grow also to full size people. We learn the coolest things I'm here. Beyond sports. I'm here to Stanley Jacqueline Dominguez from the American liver foundation, and she has mentioned twice, but I will say again, she's not a medical professional, but you do represent the organization, but it is fascinating to me that our bodies can do that even parts of our bodies can do that. That's incredible. You can. Your child or whomever. If you are a match for that person, you can donate a portion of your liver, and then they will eventually have it like it just read develops, right? And actually be considered a candidate for donation because there's so many nuances that, you know, obviously there have to be matches and people have to be in good mental states, and that type of thing, but you can definitely do that you could actually. Offer that to a stranger if if you are so inclined. So you could go on the Facebook and say, hey, I got nothing going on next Thursday. Yet. Not that easy people. Yeah. You wanted to? But there's a little more to it. After that. I've and I know that this is unrelated, but I will say it anyway, be the match please go to be the match dot org. And if you are a candidate for one of the they've they've a specific criteria. Although it's not, you know, it's like a very broad age range, but it is something that I've signed up to do, and it is basically people looking for blood marrow in a in a couple of other things. And so that way you can help save a life word or donating your kidney to a loved one or a stranger right kidney liver. Sorry. You know, we we would encourage everyone to do everything for every disease state, and I do want to mention the people to be mindful of renewing their driver's license and signing the back making sure that they're giving the gift of life..

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Pence Tells Venezuelans That U.S. Backs Efforts to Oust Maduro

Democracy Now! Audio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

Pence Tells Venezuelans That U.S. Backs Efforts to Oust Maduro

"So numerous soap awful, so all pervasive. The mechanisms that we have for destruction also wholesales so frightening that we can actually exterminate whole ecosystems without even noticing it. That was David Attenborough speaking with Prince William Tuesday, Brazilian present Shire Bolsonaro also spoke with the World Economic Forum calling and business leaders to invest in Brazil, citing the country's biodiversity and abundant mineral riches, environmentalists sable sonata will speed catastrophic climate change through deregulation by opening up. That's watts of the Amazon to Agra business giants. A new study published. This week finds the melting of Greenland's ice sheet may have reached a tipping point and could severely increased sea level rise over the next twenty years. The report confirms other recent studies which warned the Arctic is warming at twice the rate. Eight of the rest of the planet due to climate change a study by the university of Michigan and Utah found federal aid to Puerto Rico was slower and less generous after hurricane Maria than federal aid received by Texas and Florida after hurricanes Harvey and Irma hurricane Maria which slammed into the island of Puerto Rico in September two thousand seventeen was in fact, a higher category. Hurricane the nose, which struck the mainland United States just weeks. Earlier local residents have decried themes response to the disaster. Last year. A Harvard study says the death toll from Maria make top forty six hundred in the New York town of Greece. Police arrested three men and a minor on suspicion of plotting an attack on a local Muslim community. The suspects were said to be in possession of multiple improvised explosive devices and firearms and charged with criminal possession of a weapon and conspiracy. The suspects were allegedly planning to attack the small community of Islam Burg in upstate New York. Police discovered the plot. After the identity. Sixteen year old suspect made a comment to a fellow student about a school shooter. The other suspects are nineteen year old Vincent veteran male and twenty year old Brian culinary and eighteen year old Andrew Krystal police say the attack was planned on the gaming chat platform, called discord and in New York City, the and New York Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the New York police department for resting transgender woman and charging her with false personnel. Linda Dominguez told NYPD officers that she changed her name to align with her gender identity. False personnel would involve someone intentionally misrepresenting their name in order to conceal their identity. Officers also allegedly harassed and mock Dominguez on the basis of her gender identity. This is Linda Dominguez speaking about the case. Give about I decided to do this with a lawsuit. So they don't keep doing this. I am the realization of my ancestors dreams, and I cannot allow the police to abuse us trans girls, and those are some of the headlines, this is democracy. Now democracy now dot or the Warren peace report, I made me Goodman. We begin the show in Los Angeles where public school teachers are returning to school today after approving an agreement to end historic stay strike. The strike was the first in Los Angeles and three decades it came after more than twenty months of strain. Go she ASICs between the union the United teachers, Los Angeles and the school district the strike, effectively shutdown Los Angeles unified, the nation's second largest school district on Tuesday morning, union leaders and Los Angeles city officials announced they reached a deal

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