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Miami-Dade Police report death of Captain Gustavo Duarte
"Morning again by Director of the Miami Dade Police Department. Freddy Ramirez, you follow on Twitter, by the way, it M DPD underscore Director your warranty. Freddy. Good to talk to him. Morning, Jimmy. How you doing, my friend. I'm doing all right. Sad note to start. I know you lost a long time member of the Miami Dade Police department on Tuesday morning. You tell us about Captain Gust Duarte. A terrible, terrible loss for our department has been a rough two weeks for law enforcement here in Miami Dade County got started was a 36 year veteran of the department. Loved by his peers, tremendous impact in our community. I feel terrible for his wife, Amy and his Children, the biggest accomplishment in print that I could say Gus left in this department, he was responsible for the largest deployment and installation body camps. Molly and all law enforcement Well over 2000 body cams, and Gus did that with his team and made our law enforcement community relations. Ah, hold out better and we will forever miss him and We thank him for his service. All right, thanks. Yes, we saw you do to thank you, Freddie. We've
Detroit Lions Trade Matt Stafford To The Los Angeles Rams
"Down tonight, um, massive speculation that they were going to be a bunch of deals. In the National Football League, this one, although it's been announced. I don't take it can officially go through for some weeks until after the Super Bowl is over and done with. You not allowed to make trades at this time of year, But it is going to be at going to happen when trades are officially allowed to go through the loss and its Rams that required Matthew Stafford as their new quarterback, sending Jared Goff and three future trap picks. That alliance in exchange for their new new QB here to give us in L A perspective on it is Michael Duarte. You covered the Rams for NBC Sports in Los Angeles? Michael Jodie Mack here on CBS Sports Radio. How you doing tonight? Hey, Jodie Mack. I'm doing well, You know it was Watching this great Lakers Celtics game and all the sudden this breaking news of the Jared Goff trade comes up kind of shook everything up over here on our end, but definitely exciting. I think for both teams right now, first things first. Before I pick your brain. I'm gonna have to About the Rams. I'm gonna have to do so about the Lakers and the Celtics because I knew the game was on. I knew it's close. But we've been dealing with this trade and I've been in front of my computer and I looked over and I saw Anthony Davis doing a post game interview. And I could see the scoreboard in the BRAC background saying one point l A win. Had what I missed what happened at the end. That is correct. I mean, the Lakers had the game in the bag up by six and the waning seconds LeBron James turned the ball over. Celtics cut it within one. Anthony Davis, with a little post up move, looking for a fadeaway gets the ball stripped. Kemba Walker out in the break, looking like the Celtics were gonna win by one point at the buzzer. Alex Caruso. The guy here in Los Angeles they called the Karoo show comes from behind knocks the ball loose from Kemba and the Celtics just end up rushing Ah, shot by Kemba Walker. Actually, at the end of the game that doesn't go in the Lakers held on to win by one point. Snapping that two game losing streak What they had, I'm gonna have to see those highlights. That's a given. Michael. We appreciate you coming on board and giving us the Celtic Laker update but made a bigger story than an in game season. I know it's Lakers and Celtics. What's in in Game NBA regular season match up the Rams with a new quarterback. They beat everyone else to the punch. And what I think is going to be a very active quarterback carousel during the off season. They got their guy and a guy. They Believe can take them up a couple of nights it if not a couple of levels. Matthew Stafford, we knew Stafford wanted out. There were reports this week that Jared got could certainly be in the mix to be traded during the 12th season, but I didn't know it was going to come together this quickly. Why do you think it did come together this quickly? That's a great question, and I agreed to Jodie Mack. I don't think anybody thought the deal would come together this quickly and as you had mentioned leading up to bringing me on that deal cannot be made official until The official next NFL season begins, which is on March 17th. So while looks like it came together so quickly here tonight with the announcing the news of it can't be made official for a couple more months as you mentioned, But I think the reason Answer your question. Why it came together so quickly is Matthew Stafford was a guy that we knew the Lions were gonna look to trade. That announcement came a couple days ago. Detroit, you know, with the new general manager. In Brad home, a new head coach. They're looking to rebuild and go a different direction. And Matthew Stafford was not going to be part of their long term plan. So within the last 48 72 hours here, the rands new 100% Matthew Stafford was available in their eyes in less need and Shah McVeigh's eyes. That is an upgrade over Jared Goff at the quarterback position, something that as you saw throughout the year Jared Goff inconsistency seemingly held them back at times. And even though it wasn't his fault, they lost that as NFC divisional game at Green Bay, you know, had had your doctor a little better in the regular season. There was a number of games there. They could have one where they maybe they were the number one seed hosting that game, and that could make all the difference in situations like that. So I believe they saw this as
The State of Agile With Vasco Duarte, Ryan Ripley, and Chris Williams
"One of the questions that came up. I is you know. Let's let's start angry. What pisses us off about. The current state of agile as we experience it daily today. I'm pissed off. And i'm not taking it anymore. I guess i'll i'll jump in here. I've you know todd. And i have been talking a lot lately about we. We've been working with a lot of companies who have been sold. These million dollar multimillion dollar transformations And you know people are slapping different frameworks and different methodologies on top of really deep rooted cultural issues and they're not getting anywhere and at once the money runs out the consultants go away and they're not better off and really tired of watching that play out over and over and over again It's just turned into this big money. Grab where big box consulting firms just slap a bunch of consultants and and others into place. They clear their bench charge as much as they can. They don't really do anything. And then leave and it just That is just perpetuated and over and over again. It leaves a just makes everything more difficult you know. I'm more than happy to come in and clean up and try to teach professional scrum and help companies kind of undo the damage of these big box consultants. But it's like oh. Can we just skip that step in and really learn how to work in new ways and i don't know what do you guys think so. I see the same happening Looking back. I saw the same happening in finland. Let's say late. Two thousand two thousand eight two thousand nine. We heard through the grapevine that accenture have created a natural practice and they had a two hundred page manual and then of course. I was working with At that time two thousand eight dollars working with the one of the first safe adoptions. It was called achard released train at that time. A rt which i thought was kind of a cool art right because his own about art. There's no science to working with people. It's all about leaving the moment understanding. What's going on and reacting and then of course failing but learning quickly and then adjusting right and if i think what what ryan is said and turn the to all the way up to eleven. I would say that we have lost our way we were talking about. The ryan was talking about bringing kanban back to its origins simply fight. Well i would like to remind everybody that this whole atul think did not start with -scriminate. Didn't start with condon either. It started with the small talk community. Doing what they called at that time. Extreme programming xp and if we go all the way back to the roots extreme programming was taking the best practices and just turning it all the way up to eleven. We hear a lot about how safe doesn't have a customer in the big picture. And so on juno that. Xp had a practice called customer in the room so every team had a customer literally. That's what they called it. The customer that told them whether they were going in the right direction. So if i go to what pisses me off is that we're forgetting what it was that we started back in the late nineties. Early two thousands. And i'm not talking about technical practices. We've forgotten those very much. That's for sure. But i'm talking about everything else. Even the the whole idea of what agile is about agile is not about delivering more crap faster. It's about delivering less but delivering what matters about focusing on value. It's about iterating quickly and so the theme in in my presence here on this episode is gonna be you know. How do we turn at all the way up to eleven. Just like expedia back in the in the late ninety s. I liked that. I feel that this thing about who buys the most agile right now. It's either banks or insurance. Companies tend to have the biggest budgets to put out jalen play and so they're of a certain size by their nature if you look at the startup community if you look at small enterprise small medium business if you look beyond tech and you look at how companies are are are pivoting and adapting now during covid nineteen. I still see a lot of really good. Agile really customer focused agile. They get it because they have to. They're hungry. It's easy when you go around a small business to see the customer desire to say. How do we want our customers to feel. That question is present in everybody's mind. We want customers to feel cared for special part of something good. We want them to have not features. Stop talking about features and buttons do but what capabilities we give them and again. I prefer to talk about that. In terms of feelings customers feel safe. Customers feel tend to cared for whereas the minute you bring into a large scale environment. Things start getting compromise. Things get lost in translation as we try to make this work at scale.
"duarte" Discussed on The Trip
"Business you know. It would be fine when mike majors was first telling me about this thing about lamonica in leo and everything in particular. He's started showing your instagram. And it's a very unusual style. I think of tattooing. How would you describe the the the style. And is there like an indigenous cuban tattoo style to. I think that we have a lot of reference or for a lot of data movements international. You know but if you do artists do they they style. What they what they feel for sure. It will be a cuban style so the first thing in america is that we don't copy nothing we don't work with a reference that the customers bring so we draw everythin- we create everything and that way it will be always a cue though style. Well that's what we can do that right that that were to defend the cuban style. That's that's one way that you do it. Are there kind of visual reference. Points is the color palette every league. Khalid callers brides and the different. You know an we do without thinking about that so we are doing. Were they feel hey listeners. This is an emotional time for many of us the election the pandemic the holidays coming up. It would not surprise you to hear that when i have deep emotions i like to express them through hot sauce in the before times that might have meant bringing loved ones a suite tied chili sauce. From y'all a lot or a jar of roadside. How the narrow from the uk pan but this holiday season in a world without travel. I will be expressing all of my cup space and feelings through truff. I've been using this sauce on everything from weekend morning. L'aquila's to the hawash e-egypt sandwiches. They sell down the street here in and i found it incredibly well-balanced just enough heat thrill with a bit of a gaba sweetener. Yes bad birthday undertone of truffle. It gives its name so see for yourself. Why truff is the biggest hot sauce on instagram. And tiktok get ten percent off site-wide when you use the promo code the trip at trump's dot com that's ten percent off everything including white trough vip box and the trump variety pack just in time for the holidays just shop at trump dot com. That's t r. u. f f f. As in fantastic dot com and use the promo code the trip. How many artists are there Here today at thirty everyday so today affect tomorrow it will be around sixty. How many are associated with lamonica like how the tattoo artist you have at the studio we have around seeks seven but here their own production. They are now working today. They're just working trying to do better for the artists there. There are working today. There's the other we made a If free Invitation in the social media to the duarte's to present their proposal for two here today and sierra of the work so and we selected the best ones the thirty the sixty best one or out here no matter where they were they were the leave or nothing because with Not not names of a fake names. So we're gonna do any for friendship or nothing about that. Only so it's all anonymous is because it's a small scene here right. It's all the tattoo artists know each other and so they can see. Oh you don't let me because you have on your work or whatever so is all all of the quality of the art. They're showing here today. Here's where the the limitations of a podcast and come in the cannot show you these tattoos really but there is some incredible work. That's going on a lot of it is. I mean there's not i. We didn't see any machines that were going either. A lot of just Tattooing is that also a is. That unusual is on purpose. Or is that just the style that people are they are. They used the word decide they want and also there are a lot of much. You do here. Because he's a new type of machine that is usually use for doing some portraits. And don't don't have the same sound that you know Okay so we're going back to this style. I mean one of the things that i saw from some of the work and i might have felt like there was Almost like a kind of a brutal is style like a really muscular style of portraits. It reminded me of like old soviet posters or something or like you know that you would find in the east block somewhere is there. Is there something from like from the cuban propaganda styles visual styles that were influencing l. Officially because our one of our artists is where told ramos that is a designer and all the then styled that resents in america and the the art on the design of the of the job and entity our low everything what they signed by him and for sure they had a lot of intrigue influence of that styles. Roberto ramos is somebody who you brought into america to do. Yeah he's a signer. In the beginning he was that data and they he only used the poke in the actually today A lot of people ride to get ink by him and yeah he's really unique unique with either. Let's talk about supplies. How do you. How do you get them. What's what are the challenges for you. The first one is what what i told you before the license because he we have a sanitary license We will be sure about where we are doing. We're we're really really really Worry about that right because health of the people and you invest so much supplies if you're you know if it's not if you're not able to actually use them or if something does happen you don't want to be stuck holding thousands and thousands of dollars of okay. Yeah got it on the supplies because We we can buy nothing from here. We can We had we don't have been system. We need to travel and buy everything and bring here and not be a big quantity. You know we amount of supplies when it why what we need for a short time ongoing in bringing everything because here you can buy nothing for tattoos or chip nothing really so it's like a mule system where people are just constantly being all all. Our artists can travel. May guest spots in chops in around. The war on go conventions are really good opportunity. Do i wouldn't supplies. Yeah and that way. We works so they're not allowed back in the country empty handed. They gotta bring me some. Bring me some of those machines the other issue those also Pricing i mean. Cuba still has a has a difficult time. There's so many amazing things but there are really available more to me as a foreigner or the cubans who do have access to hard currency. How do you guys deal with pricing.
"duarte" Discussed on The Trip
"Or let's serve coffee because we got these in little jars from casino. Okay the restaurant upstairs. You said you needed a strong. Why that or beer. It's too early in a busy day for beer. And they're they have now been today in fact drink like they have no beer not today. I don't know why what the hell. Why do you need energy. Tell me about this big event. What's going on here. Well this is like the first even kind in about do they have made a lot of To-do exhibition a lot of artists working. But so many artists from all over the country and con Some bites for from mexico from the united states and all that with conference chose another thing. Different than produce is the first time on. This is so this is the first. Major tattoo can convention. Yeah we think so. We'll try to Showed it like a the art exhibition. Not your status. Because they are piercings. There's something about hairstyle and afra long fashion and so some some oils for skiing. Everything around this keen on the body art will and this is kind of the reason that we're here in cuba because Michael majors who's got an exhibition of japanese tattoo. photography here was sort of explaining it and immediately when he said i tattoo convention kind of of its kind and cube. I realize it was a big deal because doing has been like very political here. This is not been an accepted art form. So tell me what's what's the the short history of tattooing and cuba that we should know. Well i think that in. Qa's leg in a massive our countries That those were no well done well. View no not accept it at all because they're related with don level. People briesen are man. That's the beginning you know so. We're kind of in that japanese style. It's got us to criminality. Yeah let the same. And what's your from people that western jail and these mother and getting lofts on this message and after that within terms of the tourists and the people start to see a lot of visitors with the whole body the door and another styles different. They have seen before that. What was the cuban style. Was it a a kind of a simple like you would think of in prison tattooing just along the same in the other country techniques on the instruments and the supplies whatnot wounds what they have in hand due to work and names on seem much religion. Yeah just across. Rest in peace You know somebody in your family got it. And from nineteen ninety. Eight a lot of Some group of our join the association of gianetti uncua and begin beginning employed to put those like artistic expression. Soon we're working on that. Make a lot of exhibitions a small one but now it doesn't association is until thirty five years also when the this I got thirty five years old. They need to go out of the association and there is no other artistic cessation that Set them to age limit. Yeah because it's john artist association are supposed to belong to another association of five we before after that man. I'm glad there's no like young podcasters association. I would be kicked out of their thirty five. So there's no old tattoo artists association. Now when did you get involved in. Was it around that time or no. I'm not i'm yours The wife of one of that owns dodoo. Addison that'll america kinda of got started. Was he started as a. He has been doing for twenty five years old in his his house. Like the other one artists hearing Were going to hurt their places. It's more places trying to have all the health conditions like in our country you know but without any license or nothing. Try just to There they have to be conscious about that responsibility. They work half and after that half years ago we remain a lot of time about having a first to chop with all that artist's involve sam civil authorities like a gallery and make a lot of exhibitions and activities around duarte's We try to do it and buy a place because our places they sound. So you own your your. Yeah and you bought that five years ago. Yeah uh-huh and we're we're in town is. It isn't all havana. It's old havana was place firm galleries and all don surpluses the father. Kyw's giving us. They're they're they're a factory of sounds so five years ago it's kind of. It's kind of late to be opening the first tattoo shop. I mean you say it's like other countries but this later than you know place like mexico or you need to be brave to buy a place in birth money to convert the house in tattoo shop. We all the the health conditions you need to be prepared for that activity and it's a hassle of in anybody risk because you have nothing sure. Yeah it's a different. It's a different Entrepreneurial climate here in cuba. But also i mean you know with your husband and it's true with other tattoo artists. There's there's kind of a political dimension. Right i mean he's he's been at odds with the government here at times as you know as many of my closest friends in cuba are from time to time. How do you balance kind of you know the politics with the business of of of running a successful shop and well. I'll tell you there is no license for the dvd's but we never have probably about that so within that. We're we're not doing nothing wrong doing our job right. We try to do it. Right of we can an elite with if we do that. We think we don't have any problem with tv. I'm someday they will think about the importance of very nice. What we are doing and maybe for alone in not long time we have her license some recognition road. Kind of dvd's think is really important to the moving of data do so. This is a big for you to be able to show like listen. There's international people. There's a tension. there's dollars coming in your you know. you're part of a global movement in having that connectivity. What is the licensing. so it's still. There's no kind of board for licensing. What what you guys do. We have a gallery to gallery but not about us. We are not we're known titan. You know we have a social media lot of followers and we put everything we do this public so everyone can see what we're doing if we have an exhibition if we come to here to to to do those and everything we do we. We are really transparent so if they don't want to go nice but at least we don't have any problem right moment. It's an it's not. This is not the only activity in cuba. That is kind of done. Publicly known widely and yet doesn't really have an official space There seemed to be a number of those kinds of activities. I remember talking to you about the fabrica and how that started also very much in kind of gray area. Kind of how you guys get shit done you know. Just do it then and kind of see where it goes right. I'm i got a lot of people we come today. And we talk about that for sure for sure they will see that we are doing something good and there is a good way to to the direct tv hearing so if we will do at district wagon not business. Just.
Politician, Eva Pern
"If, it was born Maria Eva Duarte in nineteen nineteen in Los Toldo's Argentina. If his mother and father were never married in fact, Avis father was married to someone else and had a whole other family eva's mother was his mistress. Still if it was the youngest of their four children to to the `illegitimate' status of the relationship, the family was very poor when evo was six, her father died leaving the family in an even more precarious position. To make ends meet if his mother took in boarders and worked odd jobs when EVA was fifteen, she traveled to Buenos Irs to pursue an acting career. She found success doing radio shows including one in which she portrayed famous women throughout history like Elizabeth I and Catherine. The Great, a sort of dramatized encyclopedia Manica if you will. When it was in her mid twenty s she met a rising star in the Argentinian government colonel Juan Perron. The two were married nineteen forty-five later, that same year, a military coup of rival army navy officials ousted from office. Determined, to return to power one, entered the presidential race with Eva by his side. Her humble beginnings resonated with the poor and working class people of Argentina. The response was overwhelming. The adoration around Abe propelled want to victory and he took office in June of Nineteen, forty six. While Eva held no official title beyond first lady she quickly began amassing political power having built. So much of the campaign around her connection with the poorest citizens of Argentina, she became the defacto secretary of Labor, as well as the unofficial secretary of health. In these unofficial positions if a secured wage increases for unions, she created the Eva Peron Foundation which established hospitals, schools, elder care facilities, and orphanages all around the country A. To progress the rights of women in Argentina, she was influential in the passage of the women's suffrage legislation in nineteen, forty seven and the subsequent creation of the parents to feminist party in nineteen, forty nine. As her popularity grew to saint like fervor. There were calls for her to run as the vice president alongside her husband in nineteen fifty one. But want an eva ended up not going forward with that plan due to opposition from the Army Davis, growing health concerns in nineteen, fifty, two eva passed away from cervical cancer. She was just thirty three years old. Despite her untimely passing Abbas influence reverberated throughout. Argentina. Devoted followers tried to have her canonized but political opponents were set on removing all symbols of parochialism in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, five, one Perron was overthrown and exiled from Argentina. Shortly thereafter, if was embalmed body was stolen. Even. In death, her presence was seen as a threat to her political opponents balanced political power if his remains were eventually returned to Quan Perron who was exiled in Madrid when one passed away nineteen, seventy, four, his third wife Isabel Perron in an attempt to curry favor with the Argentinian working class returned Eva's remains Argentina. They were interred in the presidential. Palace crept. Just two years later, a new government that was hostile to peronism had the bodies removed. In life and in death, Eva was a galvanizing political figure. Her story is memorialized in the award winning musical and later film adaptation of e TAP.
Los Angeles - Bobcat Fire North Of Duarte More Than Doubles In Size, Still No Containment
"Fire crews and bulldozers trying to build containment lines around the 5000 acre bobcat fire. But the fire bosses are also warning people in half a dozen communities. They are at risk. If this fire spread south and west, the major concern is the weather. Red flag fire conditions will exist for the next three days, with the wind said to come out of the north northeast. A 10 to 35 miles an hour Tuesday afternoon fire incident commander Steve Goldman says homes in 20 in Monrovia are first in line to be affected with Sierra Madre, Glendora and Bradbury in line after that, If you've got a Santa Ana condition, really all six of those communities because of the rate of spread of a fire like that they're all either going to be in a warning or an evacuation. But if you get a strong san and a push of that fire sheriff's deputies and police agencies are already putting together contingency plans for people in the area to get organized. For potential evacuation by Tuesday morning at the latest people should have essential items packed in their car's ready to leave. If an order is given at
Ex-governor of Chihuahua, Mexico wanted on corruption charges arrested in Miami
"Fugitive, has been arrested in Florida West marshals caught up with Cesar Duarte in Miami. It's believed the ex governor of the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua was hiding out in the US since an arrest warrant was issued for him. Three years ago. The 57 year old was arrested on corruption charges for allegedly diverting some $52 million in public funds while a Mexican state governor for six years beginning in 2010. Jim Krystle is CBS. No Nyah
César Duarte: Fugitive Mexican ex-governor arrested in Miami
"Federal authorities in the South Florida have arrested an international fugitive U. S marshals caught up with Cesar Duarte in Miami. It's believed the ex governor of the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua was hiding out in the US since an arrest warrant was issued for him three years ago. The 57 year old was arrested on corruption charges for allegedly diverting some $52 million in public funds while a Mexican state governor for six years beginning in
"duarte" Discussed on Mommies Tell All
"Hey, guys, it's Kelly and this is jade. Welcome to Mommy's tell all. Today! We're going to talk with actress Tamara. Duarte, who is starting Longmire Wein-o-rama, herb and it degrassi junior high the next generation. Did you ever watch Degrassi by the way jade? I don't I never watched Degrassi, but I know it was like this big deal. I think it was just. I think the only reason I did. It was because like the channel it was on was like an extension from the cable that my parents got, and they weren't going to pay the extra package Yup but I knew a ton of kids did and it was a huge show of kind of our generation, and the years below us so funny I didn't I didn't get to watch it either because we didn't have cable, we only had like the regular stations, but I was always jealous of the people who got to watch it. I did however evidence were obsessed with wine owner herb. Have you gotten into I owner? It's so good. No what is it about? It's about this girl. Why known herb and she? She's not like vigilante, but she kind of is I. Don't know it's. It's a weird show I feel like you would like it, but. We got into trying to think this morning I was like winded. We watch that because we binged it so hard zoo either like. When I was pregnant with Bella or I. It was a while ago that we watched it, but. We were like hard core. You know we have watched the next one. We have Washington. We were like so obsessed. It has really good reviews on rotten tomatoes I'm just looking at it right now on my phone. Yeah like COMECON and stuff the kids a big thing I would yeah. I would definitely like it. It sounds like something up my alley for sure sci-fi s. yes, it's dark fantasy. I like on I. Love Anything Fantasy. Yeah, so does yes. It's on the also loved. Did you ever watch magicians? No, but I do remember when you guys were into that so good. Those are both so good. Also you know this is really dumb. I don't even know what I'm talking about this. Maybe because we're all just sitting around doing nothing, but are there. Any TV shows that you were like into right now. You know it's really sad is I go to bed when the kids go to bed right now so I'm watching any. Any TV I've even been missing out on the Bachelor Bachelorette. Go recaps. Yeah, shows. They've been airing every Monday because I go to bed, so if I'm watching anything, it's sadly dislike kid movies, and then tanner the next day because he stays up and watches stuff. He's telling me about all these really good movies. He's been watching. It and I'm like Dang while that's great for you. I just watched this like cartoon were monkey goes around with a wrench and fixes things in the city, so my gosh. That's been my entertainment's Charlie's back to not sleeping anymore, so that's fun. He was so good about sleeping through the night, and then he stopped so yeah, we've been watching. It's so. Nothing new evidence. I got obsessed with million dollar listing New York. I. Think we're on season three right now and there's like a million seasons and also naked and afraid. Dude naked and afraid is amazing so good. It's so good it's so dumb and good. When we were driving through the Oregon coast, and all the way down to the redwoods, and all those forests it so beautiful, but. I told Tanner I was like. You. Walk Thirty feet into that forest. It's so thick and Gerard. Naked and afraid O-. Hundred percent and just magic are card is broke down and we couldn't get a hold of anybody and we were stranded for however long. Obviously, that's just a scenario. No, what probably never happened? We would be in survival mode just in that forest and so and. I. Was you ever go on? Would you go naked? There's no way I was asking. Like, how long you think you would last on the show. And there was like of factors in that you know. Would it be abby being like the cold weather? You know like the Amazon or Africa or whatever, but He's he was like I. Think in any case I would last like the night and then I would be out of there. Even know out I don't even know if I would make it through the night. Because in the cold weather, I'd be so mad that it was so cold. Like that I know I would just be. It'd be so and then if you're in like. The Amazon has an early just get. Eaten by mosquitoes the whole time. Things and there's like lions walking around you no known. Thank you, but I think I. Need to have a bachelor version of that. Oh! I feel like everybody is just such like princesses like I'm speaking about the men as well. Oh yeah all the bat. All Bachelor People I. It would be hilarious because everyone would be complaining. Those are my two things though I couldn't do the cold because I have raynaud's. Yes, so I physically couldn't do I would lose a foot. And I couldn't do the ones where they have. Bug Bites literally on every inch of their body. All over themselves, yeah! Oh Gosh so disgusted the mosquito on the kill me, and that mosquito nets half the time. Don't even if they bring one. They're like the mosquitoes are getting through. Those don't even help. It's horrible, but it's still entertaining because it's always something so different. What amazes me is like the mothers who go on there. They have children back home, or they just had a baby, and they're like out. Naked and afraid has a good for you. And this girl got really bad period cramps. The other day I'm like how she even dealing with that and she was in. OFF shark-infested water like it was nuts. I don't know I'm obsessed. I. Feel like I'm almost done with every single season like I. I keep it on like during the day. When I'm doing stuff just to walk in and be like Oh what's happening now. What are they eating? What snail are they eating? Is it a poison?.
Interview With Padma Lakshmi
"Bodmer. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you, I think it's really cool. What you're doing because I would have loved something like this when I was in Asian American teenager. So I'm pleased that you know this generation of young Asian Americans will have that. Maybe they can grow up without some of the baggage that we have. Baggage and should but yes. I wanted to talk a little bit about you. Know your upbringing in your memoir, which is called love loss and what we ate. You talked about growing up in new. York and L. A. and I had no idea you. You grew up in in Los Angeles. Where did you grow up in L. A.? And what were your experiences like? I grew up in La. Puente which is in the San Gabriel, Valley Yeah. Winter Workman, highschool my mother got transferred from Sloan Kettering Hospital in New, York, to city of Hope Hospital in Duarte or are Katie I. Guess, and so that's why we moved and I went to High School in San Gabriel Valley, so yeah. I mean I consider myself such a New Yorker, because of the New York's along. It was my first point of entry into the United States when I immigrated here when I was four in. So you know that's what winds up getting a lot of play in my personal history, but I have very slowly formed deep memories. Of My years in La Pointe. Day, and you know my mother still lives in the house. I grew up in so whenever I come to La I always wind up going there, of course. Did you like growing up in L. A.? Did you like growing up La Puente? Was it a cool place to grow up, I, did not. Bad at my mother for moving to Los Angeles for years I, really? How's it against her? My poor mom, she's a single mom, and she's from south India and so she couldn't take the cold. And you know expensive to live in Manhattan, and so I understand as an adult, and as a parent all the reasons that she, of course you know moved us across the country as a child, it just seemed hugely inconvenient and down because in new. York I was much more independent because everybody walks, and you're in a very densely populated metropolitan area in Los Angeles says you buy as no like there's no center. There's no downtown in especially in La Pointe Day I was in a suburb and you need a car to get. In so, I felt like my independence was with stifled drastically, just moving cities, and then I was also I was in La Pointe Day I wasn't in like Sherman oaks or something. So you know in the eighties. When I was in high school, there were a lot of gangs in la, Puente and other than South Central. La It was a very seriously dangerous place we had. Had, Mexican. Gangs. We had a lot of Tolo and SCHOLLA's. And some of them are friends, but some of them also bullied me, and so I had my little conclave of friends who were mostly Filipino because our school did have a lot of Mexicans a lot of Filipinos lot of African Americans probably the most Mexican, and also Caucasian, but from my freshman year my senior. Senior year, you could really see the population of the schools you much more ethnic, in Brown and so I found it hard. You know because I'm Indian, and my skin is Brown on face value you could think I was Mexican may be, but then once I opened. My Mount was obvious and I don't think they were enough Indians at my school for anybody to form any. Any kind of opinion about me except other you know actually I'm curious. You mentioned that you were not super happy about the move to La for a while, not happy that your mom made that move and of course. That's a huge move from New York. New York is a huge move from India. Where much of your family is? When did you and how did you? come to understand your mom's journey and your mom's reasons for moving both of you so far well I understand that those moves were born of necessity. I understood why she didn't feel totally comfortable in New York, but I'm different than my mother, you know my my mother is is not as curious about being in the world, and just traveling and bumping up against other people, whereas that's all I wanNA do. You, know so I knew very very early on even when I was four that the reason we were leaving India is because it was very taboo for my mom to be a divorce. A divorce just didn't happen in Indian culture in growing up and going back to India I still don't know I know one person in India. WHO's divorced? You know, and so I knew that we were leaving to have a better life, you know. My mother left when I was two and I lived with my grandparents, and I didn't see my dad so I had no recollection of my real father I didn't even know what his face looks like. Because they had ripped up all the pictures so from two to four. I didn't see either of my parents so I literally was so excited to come to America, because America to me, meant being reunited with my mom.
Padma Lakshmi on Being 'Other'
"Bodmer. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you, I think it's really cool. What you're doing because I would have loved something like this when I was in Asian American teenager. So I'm pleased that you know this generation of young Asian Americans will have that. Maybe they can grow up without some of the baggage that we have. Baggage and should but yes. I wanted to talk a little bit about you. Know your upbringing in your memoir, which is called love loss and what we ate. You talked about growing up in new. York and L. A. and I had no idea you. You grew up in in Los Angeles. Where did you grow up in L. A.? And what were your experiences like? I grew up in La. Puente which is in the San Gabriel, Valley Yeah. Winter Workman, highschool my mother got transferred from Sloan Kettering Hospital in New, York, to city of Hope Hospital in Duarte or are Katie I. Guess, and so that's why we moved and I went to High School in San Gabriel Valley, so yeah. I mean I consider myself such a New Yorker, because of the New York's along. It was my first point of entry into the United States when I immigrated here when I was four in. So you know that's what winds up getting a lot of play in my personal history, but I have very slowly formed deep memories. Of My years in La Pointe. Day, and you know my mother still lives in the house. I grew up in so whenever I come to La I always wind up going there, of course. Did you like growing up in L. A.? Did you like growing up La Puente? Was it a cool place to grow up, I, did not. Bad at my mother for moving to Los Angeles for years I, really? How's it against her? My poor mom, she's a single mom, and she's from south India and so she couldn't take the cold. And you know expensive to live in Manhattan, and so I understand as an adult, and as a parent all the reasons that she, of course you know moved us across the country as a child, it just seemed hugely inconvenient and down because in new. York I was much more independent because everybody walks, and you're in a very densely populated metropolitan area in Los Angeles says you buy as no like there's no center. There's no downtown in especially in La Pointe Day I was in a suburb and you need a car to get. In so, I felt like my independence was with stifled drastically, just moving cities, and then I was also I was in La Pointe Day I wasn't in like Sherman oaks or something. So you know in the eighties. When I was in high school, there were a lot of gangs in la, Puente and other than South Central. La It was a very seriously dangerous place we had. Had, Mexican. Gangs. We had a lot of Tolo and SCHOLLA's. And some of them are friends, but some of them also bullied me, and so I had my little conclave of friends who were mostly Filipino because our school did have a lot of Mexicans a lot of Filipinos lot of African Americans probably the most Mexican, and also Caucasian, but from my freshman year my senior. Senior year, you could really see the population of the schools you much more ethnic, in Brown and so I found it hard. You know because I'm Indian, and my skin is Brown on face value you could think I was Mexican may be, but then once I opened. My Mount was obvious and I don't think they were enough Indians at my school for anybody to form any. Any kind of opinion about me except other you know
New York - Study to determine incidence of novel coronavirus infection in U.S. children begins
"The national institutes of health is conducting a study to learn more about how cool that nineteen is affecting kids most children have milder corona virus symptoms in adults that has doctor Turner rule reports some of inward severe complications I would never in a he instantly and be in the hospital sixteen year old karla Duarte is a corona virus survivor the high school junior from New York is one of the relatively few children in the U. S. to have severe complications from cove in nineteen our numbers when I think probing asked again level was not improving doctors told Carla's mom Anna they had one treatment option left in ECMO machine which pumps and oxygen needs the patient's blood outside the body when they told me about the machine they said you know this is fifty eight after seven days on ECMO and five more on a ventilator Carla's condition finally improved she was sent home after twenty one days in the hospital you never had any medical problems before that serious cases like Carlos are rare complicating the efforts of investigators we have much less experience because the children are just getting lost six so there are many fewer children interacting with the healthcare system and being tested Dr Tina harder to a Vanderbilt school of medicine is leading a new NIH study remotely monitoring about two thousand children and their families in eleven cities nationwide she says that more data should be collected before a decision is made to send kids back to summer camp or school I think it's really risky to base decisions about this based on the fact that children get less sick from this virus because that does not equal children being less likely to transmit the virus we're not completely sure what are the risk factors for why these children get sick with co
Los Angeles: San Clemente woman sentenced to 51 years to life in 2018 DUI crash that killed 3 Las Vegas teens
"Convicted convicted drunk drunk driver driver who who killed killed three three people people sentenced sentenced to to more more than than fifty fifty years years and and perseverance perseverance anything anything there will ever fill this empty hole in my soul I wish this really was just right there because then we could all just wake up for the first time since their children were killed by DUI driver twenty nine year old Benny Duarte parents came face to face with her in court they didn't hold back your ugly heartless cold monster and that's all you'll ever be it would be made to drink into a vehicle and drive change my family's world she had no regard for human life a regard for the effects it could have on others she know about uber and left but he chose to drive twice that night four months ago to work he was convicted of three counts of murder in D. Y. for driving with a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit was in Huntington beach almost two years ago in a Santa Ana courtroom parents asked the judge not to show mercy he sentenced to San Clemente moms to fifty one years to life in prison three young kids including my seventeen year old daughter they got a lot of things so I think you deserve a life sentence seventeen year old for Kali eighteen year old Dylan Mack and seventeen year old AJ Rossi died at the scene as parents played a video of their children to Duarte's she wiped away tears and apologize for what she called her selfish actions it wasn't in the right state of mind mentally and emotionally I think further into the consequences I just want to say that I'm truly sorry and maybe one day you will forgive me now as stringent as the sentences one mom said after court that she would give anything to trade places with Duarte because she says at least toward today's kids are still alive
"duarte" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"That's what it sounds like. I think Chad got wants to I think it looks like he's pretty good for Jeff. Drown sculptor sculpture US struck door trucks the tour str- look very solid race and we'll see George Weaver potentially maker has got a a couple of different potentials but you know he could all the the the the Bourbon the placement of this and the Bourbon within proximity Kinda split up split up some fields. John Kimmel's got got the horse to that could come famished amish so we'll see should be good one way or the other you mentioned we mentioned tuggle and knock he comes up we certainly should ask about about three technique and what the champagne that consideration yeah. We're not. We're talking shit the champagne right now and he's doing really well just had a really nice work this past weekend and he's got one more work. I believe for the race and meet. It looks like we'll have I read or for him so you'll be out of Carol interesting actually to some degree to some degree he maybe even soups and better. It's it's kind of a stock and go horse and that that's right in a rat's wheelhouse yeah. I definitely wanted when I knew I wouldn't act could potentially have a little bit of a conflict. There rob was one of the guys that we really wanted to try. Try to solidify in on them. You know he's a horse. It's really very talented. band overcomes adversity in his first two races until rain well and then his last race was definitely not how we probably true at WanNa. Draw it up but you know just to watch him. Come down the stretched out last race. You know he's one of those horses that gives you goosebumps when you when you watch Ron hopefully you know it continues to to do well for this race and in the the future on the two year old front obviously the companion opportunity there for Zet and you had you got a couple apple phillies that that might fit this no yeah. It looks like I think we'll probably target Daphne Moon. for for the present I think risky this commission for going to point to the race later on in the month and then sweet kisses probably to the tempted act like I lost a little bit of time with sweet kisses appear and she just had her first work back last week which was really good and did to bring her back in and and running that race wouldn't be doing her bright alright so we're going to give her a little bit more time and target that but Daphne Moon is is a philly. I've been high on all year and you know hopefully she makes you know the transition from the first win and you're into the into the state category and the present for al She's the she's that Cairo Prince Philly that one at the beginning of August the big name in here will certainly be Shug with Mrs Danvers we did hear from Brad Cox earlier this morning that British idiom is gonna go toward the eighties so you have to worry about. It doesn't take this does not ah this will not as opposed to the champagne which does look to have a really good a core of five or six really good two year old boys. The present looks like it's GonNa come up a little bit light. I just look at if you're not gonNA come and I talked to Saffy Joseph yesterday sound machine. Is that savvy. I can't remember now the the from yesterday what did have to look at my notes from yesterday about sound machine whether she was coming but I I think there was something else for her so I don't know I don't know how they're gonNA. They're gonNA it's GonNa be a small group. I think in the resent feelings exactly right you mentioned you mentioned drowned and you got me thinking as well. We'll wrap up keeneland sales coverage tomorrow with the with Sid Fernando but you were early active and throughout out talk about the experience and some of the some of the picture excited about I mean there. Obviously you know ways off but a a couple of very big ticket purchases Meyer Yeah we had a group of six six guys that went in and you know raised a good amount of money Johny that we bought a three horses in in book one you know just just trying to get a good group of guys together that you know and it seems like a lot of people people are doing you know teaming up and you know the obviously the prices for some of the horses that definitely gone up even as you went along two through four four five and six you know the horses that stood out brought money. It's not you know and that's where in book on you had a lot more of them that that stood out to you know that the brought a lot of money it just you know group of guys trying to find the the best type of individuals in our in our price range that we can and and I think we you know net I broke. We have three or four really nice sources. Where we'll where will they all go to the same place to get started yet? They're heading down with the there are already there now webbed here up screenings Travis Travis. You know he's very influential and you know having I've headed off you know a few years ago and sort of the sales together and you know we we bite versus together and in I like to you know I've had a lot of success with horses that have came in from my job training center and just it's worked out really well. A lot of thought of the reasons that I've been successful lucky and fortunate enough with the young horses is mainly because of him talking about Travis Birth Turkey. You are yeah Yeah Nice. How how difficult is it when you uh when you're together in a group and somebody likes horror somebody likes a physical page and not every you know there's a little bit of pushing Paul? How do you work through that? You know we got lucky because that that group itself all the decisions are made by Travis and and that was how they wanted to to start it you know in develop it so you know whether someone might not like agree or someone might not like physical something I it's. It's base where we pull all the information together and then Travis. I have all of the decision decision making you know like whether we run or you know how you know by a horse or we you know we get to make a lot of the decisions. which is you know as a group standpoint? It really helps you know blend everyone in mash everyone together. You know it's not you know everyone is in it for the same reason. We want to try to get that at next special horrid so you know it's we don't don't start off in the conflict or anything like that. You know everyone I've trained for a lot of those guys since I first started and it should be a real good group of guys well the success across the board for virtually doing well for all the owners and that success begets a more opportunity and it's obvious and moving forward toward these next few weekends and very big opportunities my congratulations to everybody and best of luck going forward and we'll see see who you know who goes forward from here and might end up at at Santa Anita's well and a couple of really the really big two year olds and then the veteran horses that continue to score like pat on the back so well done thanks a lot Steve I appreciate it not at all Jeremiah Engelhardt and JC racing he took a little took a little freshening from from from twitter and now his back after after pulling up and letting a few cows out of the barn. I see these back joining it and the sharing everything from the barn a lot of fun the get my on talk about all the night sources that are in the pipeline and more common obviously more to come next Duarte who took over the colts neck operation rich Santa Course and after Alan Goldberg retired after his long successful career opportunity for Duarte. He's GonNa join US next. Had a nice pair wins over the weekend. We'll talk to him for the first time back after this at the races the.
"duarte" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Here is a superstar Horses Davis Afternoon Delights and this afternoon the lights absolutely galloping Hollywood charities. These are the champions help out the horses that might not have won a great one race raced but always try just as hard come visit them all at all friends when you're in Kentucky or at our Bobby Frankel Division old friends and Saratoga. I know they'll be glad to see go to old friends equine dot or or call us at five. Oh two eight six three seventeen seventy five sir turn off the racist with Steve on Xm radio. Yeah we're back at the races after a it's fascinating and the entering visit from surly and it's kind of appropriate that that my Engelhardt L. Heart follows Andy to some degree because my is a favorite a favorite target of Andy's unique brand of humor humor good morning. I doing Steve I've good Andy Andy was just he just went on a outstanding adding forty five minute. I don't even know what the call and it was all over the board but we love Oh you as I had to run into the grocery store for my wife to grab a couple things I didn't get it. I didn't get a chance to hear but I'll be I'll be sure to listen to the replay. It's like you'll enjoy and we certainly delighted to get a chance to congratulate you on turning pat on the back into a millionaire and getting a great to win. I did not realize actually until looking back at the chart today. I didn't realize he was a horse first and that you know the keeps this up and you can get him another couple of of graded stakes wins and ideally really a great one obviously and he's a Senate congrats with a nice pedigree. There's no reason that he wouldn't get a chance to stand somewhere yeah I if if there's ever been a horse head the heart that he has and this the the sheer determination to win and this is smart as he is to like you know he'd be a horse I definitely would pull for to make it as a as a stallion prospect for sure one of the things I talked about too you know he that last start for Kenny he made a big step forward and then then you got him and you kind of went on from there with him and you you know you look at that Pedigree Congrats and obviously the APN d. line and then the awesome again mayor he had every right to get this good as as a full-fledged fully developed five year old yeah. He's definitely one of those horses I was kind of in the right place at the right time. Kenny wasn't coming back to New York that Spring and you know just basically trained him into the first race there and you know he ran really well. He looks super and the arrest I just had kind of guide them along and you know he had a great year and he's followed it up with another one this year too well the the way in which he wanted to talk about Dylan Davis and he's gotten along with him particularly yeah well through this extended run yeah he just one of those you know Dylan's a very talented writer and it's just one of those cases where where the horse and rider work really well together and I thought feeling really did a great job. You know we didn't want to be on the front you know in this race and he's been getting you know a little headstrong early on and races and I really couldn't bring them into the the towel the cat kind of the way like like I wanted to which which caused him to be you know real strong early on and we just kind of had them in the wrong wrong Stott in that race but I wanted to use that race just because that was a you know kind of setup rates Kelso. There's there's a sidebar mentioning that as I look down at the PCP's second off the layoff plus stretching from six to a mile and it it does feel like you've made a conscious decision after the empire classic last fall to keep him around one turn or is it just worked out that way. It just worked out that way I mean we we were shooting for a different race in Saratoga and we struggled with with foot issues with him all the time. Hi and it's just a matter of when they're going to fester my blacksmith bread dewey does a great job it might team down Almonte Excel and I'm Aaron in the groom Carlos in the exercise rider crucially really I mean I'm about it as hands on with him and as I am with I don't WanNa chat sources. You know I really just get just get information and and try to use that information to the best the best I can and when when he's doing well they let me know and and he told me that this was a really good week for him coming into this race and I knew if he would run his race. If you know the way he was coming in Nice very nice a you. You tried the cigar mile last year. There's no shortage of options for him. What do you WANNA DO I? I haven't really decided yet we haven't we'll probably have a phone conversation tomorrow or the following day after he gets back to the track and see where we are you know obviously got the empire classic which is a racist. He won last year there's there's a bunch of different options. You know it it was it was nice to get this graded stake out of the way whether we try another one you know next or or what I guess still okay well. continues to build a a wonderful record. He mentioned Dandy that he's never been off the board at Belmont Bont so you know the longer you stay there and of course mentioned yesterday the decision made by Nyerere that they wouldn't have to move early to aqueduct the construction not not really causing any problems they had the big even though they've been digging they had the official groundbreaking breaking yesterday at Valmont and governor Cuomo actually is has now been to Saratoga and Belmont twice in five weeks which was nice. I I saw him work with shovel. I thought he might be able to do a few solve this morning but I guess he was out of there and solve this morning. Just the fact that he's on the on the ground round spices stunning yeah I mean you know he's he's a governor that that you know is involved the social media and and the fact that he's been out there you know like you said in Saratoga Belmont and you know between naira and the state everyone's trying to work together to to give you know to bring bring everybody the best product available and what they're doing now with the arena in in new Belmont plans. Really you know you gotta tip tip your you know to them and just look forward to the future well. I hope this just because is there. They're bringing the islanders on the ground. You're not you're not going to switch off the Sabres Kazama Sabre Fan and you must be a Saber Fan. I got a Rangers Fan. Oh that's Kabbah ninety four. I know I've never had a real. I've never been a real big hockey fan. I mean I watched growing up and stuff. I didn't really have a draw to one T I was born in Hershey so I always was pulling the fire when I was really young because that's their farm affiliate bears and she bears Matthew in the run that he had to ninety four that kind of got me hooked on the Rangers so your front runner in other words I that's the only sport I bump loses. I'm a knicks fan a giant Fan Matt so I'm not afraid to take my leg. You'd never would known you you. Did you grew up. How did you end up getting how he born at Hershey as opposed to Rochester racing and racing is my parents were racing the national that winner and how that is funny all right well that that surprised Bryson all right? Let's let's turn. Let's turn to Al Gold and and of course we should also throw in a a tip of the cap to herald learner who was one of the really sweet people around the game and I mean nobody enjoys having a good horse more than Herald so well done for him and of course sources there's Al Gold and all the one and only the original gold square one of the great characters and Cleon on Jones's that race because it was during the week we got glossed over the weekend always overwhelms everything but that was an exciting race and another good performance it was yeah it was great reese. it's funny how it works out because we never really intended on running Leon Jones. Not The even toed the morning I think L. sent me tax two o'clock in the morning. He was up you know basing around the house and he said let's run and I'm like well. It's a good thing I got him down there the day before because I figured that could probably happen. Munochiveyi was the horse of you know. I work those two together. two weeks before the race and Munochiveyi blue was doors off and you know emily. My assistant told me after the after workman this is one of the best sources I've ever been on and I was so confident in in Milwaukee it was kind of like a bittersweet win almost house because you know the way he started and then you know having to make up a little bit of ground early on and then you know when I saw him when it didn't look like he was GonNa Win Korean won. It's like yeah I was ecstatic for Allen the horse but then it's like man what you know what wrong obviously are the break went wrong with Qiliang but it was still so one of those bittersweet moments you're calling for. Both your horses and I don't know how Chad does it sometimes but you know it was. It was a really nice ended up being a good day now no doubt and come out what what are your thoughts on both both horses seemed like they came out of the race well tonight gale sworn in up here in Saratoga I I'm probably lean towards running in Qiliang back on a New York red showcase day in the mile to sleepy hollow and then I'd probably run Munochiveyi back in the November. Remember New York Red Race I think it's the notebook and then shoot for the stallion series in December well certainly not not a bad situation to come out of and between between the three of them kind of sets us up for you're part of the discussion a lot of Nice things coming up shortly including this weekend and had Brad Cox earlier Maya and we talked about the pilgrim and just wondering tuggle still ago yeah. He's been training really well. it's kind of unfortunate you know Jose. I I was Kinda Mix fan but I thought what happened in the race. Come out of sprints forty four and change. I thought he'd be really really rank and you need really wasn't so i. I probably could've just let him you know get into that. I turn a lot better than than he did. I think I probably scared Jose a little bit how rank he could be but you know I I think I still think he's that caliber of horse and I wanted to keep everything the same Manga since on the turf to to rule that out sort of speak if that wasn't what he wanted to do you know I goo-good races running on the on a dirt but I still feel like he's GonNa WanNa do long on the turf so I keep everything the same going into this race. We're GONNA give you know every shot we can you training well. So hopefully you know you run. Well spell at this this group the pilgrim pilgrim it should be interesting and we're gonNA talk to or Hey Duarte next. We'll see if one of his two are Argonne Participate he's got a colts neck big city Bob and he's also got one for Phoenix. No actually I think back 'cause Maroon was Karoo. The other one Meru ran over the weekend so it would just be big city Bob and I guess he can decide on on the dirt with him as well but Andrew Burns told me this morning by he's looking at about eight or nine for this yeah..
Off-Duty Police Officer Shoots Self During ‘Road Rage’ Incident in San Marino
"A man who shot himself during a road rage incident in San Marino turned out to be an off duty police officer an X. confirm with the L. hammer police department the officer is one of the heirs San Marino police are heading up the investigation that officer was driving a Subaru near San Gabriel Boulevard in Duarte road you radically when another driver pulled up alongside him and tried to get him to roll down his window San Marino police say that's when the off duty officer apparently shot himself in the torso he was taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries his name was not
Hotshot Anna Scores Second Consecutive PID Masters
"The race last night and we will talk the the Dick Powell so I won't put do put too much into because we'll talk about it with Dick but you Robertson congratulations to him this hotshot Anna I mean she just it was an as she pleased victory sixty five and just you know I couldn't have been couldn't one easier super super impressive hotshot Anna two years in a row. Oh Talk to me as as we talked with the with Doug she ran very well and the Topeka certainly didn't didn't hold her back. Jose Ortiz come into town to ride and really had no had no answer her when China just cruised up under a Ardo and one how about the log on the board running a mammoth race the rudy the colts neck at the Horse George Duarte these are Concordia visit accordia under Julia Toledo. Although third at sixty three to one didn't do a whole lot I try though because a little bit got it up to eighty seven dollars eighty seven thirty for a buck and it boosted the try because Regal Chan Tim Ham source gotta get a hold of Tim him it timmy hung in in Ohio and kept Breeden Ohio breads and saw things through who well before there was even any hope that gaming would come to Ohio and he does a very good job and is it. He's got started partnered up the at a lot of horses and I think I saw three chimneys to these got the some horses with breath powwow really didn't take the pizza that didn't really work for her so doc hotshot. Anna moves on the trap shot five year old. She's now with record is Gaudy that this point eight hundred over eight fifty fifty thousand and she's one ten of twenty two starts tremendous. I'm a fan
Fort Lee, William Duarte And Palisades Park discussed on Steve Trevelise
"I palisades park police officer only on the job eight months has been slapped with a drunk driving charge after officers reportedly found him passed down in a parked car in Fort Lee last month twenty seven year old William Duarte was off duty when he was found behind the wheel of a car
"duarte" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"I I'm very particular into Bon as far as like nNcholas much alert and by like stuff from what is born Essex train aspect. I work for Argentine. And trader the baby's very successfully trained premiums second in the World Cup. He took that horse. So I worked around those kind of watching him and very good trainer with the baby. And then Al I don't have the mix of everything as far as the business aspect. The training. No, no, those three guys I could say, you know, you Jim up, and you know, what they have the try put all that together. We like to be working. You're not going to change anything. Anyway. Well, it's it's nice that you have that that background in that Alan Goldberg, kind of set you free as you mentioned the got to give you a lot of confidence as as you move forward in the business in and knowing that these guys have your back, and they're not going to second. Guess a lot of the things that you do. You know, Allen's plan they won. You know, I was in sun windows, working for the king. I was assistant or Dr del. You know, you told me to come back home and say I really want to retire in the near future. I need to get somebody. I trust in here. And you know, we do things and learn and know pay my dues. And then he said when I think you're ready, I'm gonna turn loosen. You know, we're going to run the horses in Florida and your name and give rich of goes along with it. And and if things are good he said, I'm going to retire because you know, you start in sixty five at the time. Now, he's sixty nine going seventy he says, I I'm probably did up in the mornings and do this every day, and you're younger, and you you know, you somebody you're gonna take rich because he's taking German for thirty years. So that was his approach. I was the plant. You mentioned the business aspect in that Allen is very. Good with that side of of the training business. How important is that? Or hey, there's more just showing up in saddling horse, right? Very important as far as you know, like the counting and stuff like that. You know? From went to school at Drexel you and yet believe he's in business. He got a graduate and business algal very good with the number. Then, you know, as you know, you gotta pay attention in that too. You know, you wanna be successful way race it. You can ask to make sense as for your costs in the barn. You know? I I keep track of all expenses. You know, get get the better deal for my owner ninety one Bill, but still you know, you want to keep it down. But at the same time, you gotta take your overseas. So it's challenging sometimes trainer. Horrid Duarte junior. Special guest on trainer talk presented by facing Tipton than the horse racing radio network. You mentioned your dad and the influence that he had on your career especially early on when you were writing races. How about the rest of your family? Anybody else involved in the sport.
"duarte" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"What a great way to book ended all and you know, when you look up the riding statistics for Corey Duarte junior on echo base. You see that he won four hundred twenty four races in North America. But those don't include the victories that you had outside of North America. And I think the totals actually closer to what about seven hundred fifty races worldwide hor. Hey. About. Yeah. About seven hundred you know. I raised them Panama Colombia and sell your Rabia. I win a lot of racing in France. I never got to win. But I didn't stay there that long, but you know, this very fortunate wherever we went, you know, when I was Ryan second call for king Bill. You know, we won region everywhere you go. Very good. We were showing up there in the winter. So that was good. Yeah. You just can't float the name king Abdulah out there and just let it hang out there. Hey, talk about that. And that's a pretty that's a pretty special honor to be able to ride for the king. How did that come about? Well. Believe it or not in nineteen ninety. My dad would Ryan called her in. He would from French though, he wasn't conference out. They were looking for two riders from North America. And they picked up going Clarke and George sports damage that that we went there in the nineties, and it was very different time. What is now? You know, we're starting in racing trying to get bigger. And and you know, money was not an issue for them. They they all out there. And we lived there for sixteen months, and we had that connection. So when back in five my dad had flu year, he end up going back to Saudi Arabia to ride and. I was I went to see him in his functions close to see him in in the team that was currently can eat died so companies dole become came and they had like a fourteen race card. And they asked me if like, you're right. I sure I'll right and and the like to racist week. So I was like in the way, and they offer me a job. They don't my dad. You know, he's he wanted to be like an assistant to to train rather time. And that's how it came out. And you know, my dad ended up going to an assistant, I was the jockey ability. So your position was kinda handed down from your father. Pretty much, you know, but it was one of those deals where my dad doesn't attack. And you never know that happened in was, you know, available and they use some more than we gotta look at one a couple of races. They said, well, we kick it stay, right? We were looking for riders anyway. So how much different is it writing racism Saudi Arabia than it is here in the states? It's a little bit different strategy was plus he got eighteen fueled. So you get to learn, you know, wealth in those terms, but they have a very big tract that helps a little bit. But when I say strategy like all going to run for one race. So we might take advantage or act up the pace if you needed, you know, depends, you know, the that from other printouts feed, and he's pulse will send one out there to, you know, burn them up a little bit and running speed doing Thais often them up for always coming from behind from the king. Oh, that's the only different. I could say. What's what's it like living in Saudi Arabia? Hey. Very different. You know there Muslims, you know, there's no alcohol there's women's used to you by his up to like a couple of years. Women can't drive. You know, it's it's not it's so curious here. They have their ways of doing things they closed for six times in every place for prayers and. Inside the aspect of the one. Frank McGovern was the racing manager in. He was the Irish, and he does a really good operation and the was just like any big points here. No working like I feel. I was Saudi Arabia. Just when the gate you're like, oh man back to reality. What's your favorite Saudi Arabian cuisine?.
"duarte" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"News time twelve eleven the Cicero. Police department is asking the public to help an officer shot in the line of duty last night. Cicero police tweeted out a link to a new gofundme page where officer Luiz Duarte who shot several times while attempting to conduct the traffic. Stop September thirteenth. Police say the thirty one year old Duarte has a long road to recovery saying that in addition to multiple surgeries for a move bullets and bullet fragments from his body. The doctors placed metal rods and his right leg to repair the bones that were shattered by the bullets as of last night the gofundme page for officer Duarte had raised nearly three thousand dollars of a thirty thousand dollar goal. Just hours after the campaign was launched WBZ news time, twelve twelve try. Ajeti on Chicago's southside early yesterday, a house fire claiming the life of a seven month old baby. And the family is asking for prayers from people in the community after the death of that child. The family said the baby's name was Chris Shawn ESTES. He was the youngest of seven children. His parents got married and just celebrated their wedding the night before the fire happened early yesterday near fifty ninth and Hermitage crossed the street from Hermitage park. Witnesses at a young boy flagged down to police officers nearby for a help a fifty one year old man been identified as the father jumped out of a window to safety before help arrived. He was hospitalized initially in critical condition. There has been no further update on that car crashed into a building and old town after a shooting early Sunday WB M's Nancy hardy with that story. Chicago police say. Evolve. Oh, pulled alongside a Pontiac grand prix driving westbound on division at someone from inside the Volvo started shooting the Pontiac driver and passenger avoided getting hit. But police say the driver swerved and ran into a building at wells not far from a couple of bars. The Volvo drove off and the Pontiac driver and passenger both seventeen year old males were taken to the hospital. Police say they've charged the driver after finding a gun in the car. See hardy NewsRadio on one point nine FM. WBZ news time twelve thirteen. This is Brian Wickert owner of low overhead accurate mortgage here to report that to the surprise of absolutely no one the Federal Reserve jacked up rates another notch at their last meeting. And that means the payments on your adjustable rate home equity line and credit card balances are going up. But another thing that's gone up..
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"duarte" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
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Zuckerberg loses $17 billion in record Facebook fall
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"duarte" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Uses very colorful language a regular basis and threatens to kill all sorts of people mobsters in his country's executing this that and the other so the well he's becoming like dr tastes just like duarte kill you again i give you that's where it's going you know i'm glad we have a guy who's willing to talk about this in no uncertain tough terms because it needs to be dealt with toughly i'm looking at the easiest way to purchase no online recently a group of investigators with the senate subcommittee on investigations google by fenton all online and an open internet and that home six sites who were very responsive to their requests even via email would asked how much and when they would like it delivered the at least what i saw on the recent documentary about it people who do heroin eventually you get that tolerance for it so they stopped getting that high and the fat knol pushes them over that oh so so when you think you've peaked on heroin and you throw a little fat and all in there and then the next thing you know your peak has gone up about ten points and that's how people are dying because they just want that next high gosh it's unbelievable i mean if anybody doesn't know much russian roulette every time you take it it's russian roulette it really is and and the only it's i'm fascinated by this stuff actually i totally admire what your daughter does i wish i had the ability to like talk to people who go through this stuff and help them but i just try to educate myself and intervention has been incredible into looking indefensible because it's your show it shows you how easy it is to get they they actually did a time lapse of someone using and how fast it took them to go into that weird nod stage where you can't tell if they're alive or not and it was a matter of seconds yeah the daughters situation she works in rehab there's many times many times she says you wanna talk about the day it's i mean it's that bad.
Idaho science teacher reportedly feeds puppy to snapping turtle in front of students
"Lawn of the capitol today to get lawmakers to think about gun violence seven thousand pairs of shoes each one representing child killed by a gun since the newtown school massacre was really a message to congress that things are changing america right now emma ruby sacks with organizers of the majority of americans that are pulled now want gun control the majority of gun owners want gun control and it's time for them to act this one off minemet of children's shoes only up for one day jim taylor cbs news teacher from idaho is under investigation after he allegedly fed a poppy to a class snapping turtle preston junior high superintendent says it happened after hours and urges parents to remember robert crosswinds years of care effort and passion at the school it's not clear if the puppy was alive some parents are defending the teachers alleged action saying the dog was deformed and would have likely died anyway deborah rodriguez cbs news two oh five at the bay area's news station kcbs we've got some rain today heavy at times i'm john evans good morning here's what's happening last night the sf pd released video of officers firing ninety nine shots at a suspect this was last tuesday he was hiding in the trunk of a car and pulled a weapon on officers who had pulled over the vehicle suspected in a robbery in the mission district san francisco police released video doing a town hall meeting in the neighborhood last night hazy still dotted duarte was killed in that shooting the driver and a passenger were arrested many mission residents were angry with the police the ninety nine shots were fired at one person who was riddled with about two dozen bullets the sf pd and da are investigating nine people are suspected of breaking into three homes in petaluma yesterday four of the nine may have traveled to the bay area from north carolina police believe the thieves stole.
"duarte" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"It is of an old three people who live in haikou want restricted parking in their neighborhood resident say a restricted parking zone would help keep people from a legally hiking of his throw away to heaven about fifty owners a fifty homeowners or directly impacted by hikers trespassing in their yards mickey bikes in chinatown raising eyebrows docking station outside lynn's lee sharpe on moniquet history street is keeping drivers from being able to visit the business the shop's owner says it's all secreting congestion in the earth jews afraid someone might get hurt covered he is aware of the concerns as move docking stations of the fast but what are the china station turn it down station will go we don't know yet and a former cop in honolulu may be going to jail for a violent roadrage incident kyongki duarte was accused of beating a man in two thousand fifteen during a well the road dispute while offduty workday was fired after his boss found out about it victim plans to sue the judge wants duarte to take angermanagement classes and if he can stay out of trouble criminal charges will be dropped really gay you are dialin it's a remark programs he squarecut not your stories we cover stories that matter to new attacked a motion streamers say you have the border close to catastrophe to clear up this functional health care says the rates are too i important helpful and for me because there's lots of issues that we have at the top and thirty minutes past the hour checky an offer if it matters to you i'm definitely concerned stain and foreign now more than ever it matters to us news radio eight thirty k h v h bolo high near listening to newsradio gained thirty cage fee age vr iheartradio app were still.
"duarte" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova
"Hi this is tiffany bova welcome to the what's next podcast where i have the pleasure and honour to welcome nancy duarte today she is a communications expert who's been featured in fortune forbes fast company wired wall street journal new york times and on cnn her firm jordi inc is the largest design firm in silicon valley as well as one of the top women owned businesses in the area it's the global leader behind some of the most influential visual messages and business and culture and has created more than a quarter of a million presentations as a persuasion expert she crack the code for effectively incorporating story patterns into business communications she's written five best selling books in his and on the list of the world's top thirty communication professionals she is actually ranked number one her ted talk on the secret structures of great talks has over one million viewers nancy welcome to the podcast thanks for having me yes so you know i'm just going to jump right into something i enjoy doing which is called bullish and bearish it's a way for me to just sort of get yet the guest loosen and little fund on this sense of bullish is if you really think it might happen or agree with it and bearish is the opposite of that so it's lady across the map so no pressure okay okay so the first one is artificial intelligence and machine learning writings speeches songs and marketing copy.
"duarte" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova
"Yet i think that when you start talking about telling stories right now i had the pleasure of interviewing nancy duarte on my podcast as well talking about storytelling right and how marketers now face having to do it and shorter purse know whether it's one hundred and forty characters or a short blog i mean you blog almost every day i think if it's not every day and it's not long it short superpowerful like so you can tell a story richly in in short bursts and and i think brands are trying to find their way using some new technologies and and platforms and you know whether it's meant virtual reality uri or whatever it might be to get more engaging there as it relates to experiences but what i hear back from executives is yeah that's kind of the soft stuff and i know exactly how you feel about this which is why leading you to this conversation but it's about the soft stuff and self has a thought on the soft stuff summit will let you go well is there anything that soft all soft stuff yup right and may be if you worked in you know government central controlled gulag we're all they're doing is measuring with a calibre and a sliderule you could argue there is no soft stuff but until we get to that point what separates one thing from another is not the last sigma of performance it's how we feel about the performance and feelings i think they're even more important than molecules and that's what each of us is capable of altering.
"duarte" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Is out there the way he's dealing with why are you did i say something wrong you is it do twenty why what are you willing nine this pronouncing this guy's name it might be duarte okay who cares everybody knows what i'm talking about here and everybody knows on death and a long list of the people renounced name so everybody knows i just phonetically pronounce things so why are you in they're looking at each other like he you know what do we do he doesn't know okay duarte it's not spelled duarte it's spelled do territory but if that's if one ever this clown runs the philippines the way he's dealing with drug addicts has gone down in the streets we agree i got that right staff is ring is is is once again conflict so apparently trump called a guy in in praised him to the hilt for the way he is hanley drug problem in the philippines yep duarte do territory whatever it is is almost a pineapple face himself but we're not i'm gonna go there literally is accused of shooting drug addicts in the street as a is a tough on drug addict guy he doesn't want it tearing up his country and supposedly trump called him i told about a great job is doing so the new york times claims have a transcript that phone call they imply that they have a transcript and the email subject line is trump praises ciro di you t e r t e duterte duarte trump praises workday for philippine drug crackdown in coal now the this is an illegal leak obviously the transcript of trump's phone call with this guy dan the real problem here this is classified the president's conversation with the president of another country is classified the on trump supposedly endorsing this guy's gunning down of drug addicts in the street which do we believe that trump endorsed that i for one do not now i'm not an nine the robot and i engage in critical thinking and i don't initially believe very much i see in the media anymore i also have the benefit of of knowing trump trump it just it's absurd but yet they wanna make the allegation beyond that though they say the new york times does that trump told do territory now i'm i'm hellbent on pronouncing that way now since you think i'm wrong.
"duarte" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Is out there the way he's dealing with why are you did i say something wrong you'll hear is a do twenty why why are you willing the latest pronouncing this guy's name it might be duarte okay who cares everybody knows who i'm talking about here and everybody knows i'm deaf in a long list of the people renounced name so everybody knows i just phonetically pronounced things so why are you in there looking at each other like he should know you know what do we do he doesn't know okay dorte it's not spelled duarte it's spelled do territory but if that's if whenever this clown runs the philippines the way he's dealing with drug addicts has gone down in the streets we agree i got that right staff is ring is is is once again concept so apparently trump call a guy in and praised him to the hilt for the way he is handling a drug problem in the philippines yep duarte do territory whatever he is is is almost a pineapple face himself but we're not gonna go there literally is accused of shooting drug addicts in the street as a is a tough on drug addict guy he doesn't wanna tearing up his country and supposedly trump called him told about a great job is doing so the new york times claims have a transcript of that phone call they imply that they have a transcript and the email subject line is trump praises ciro eu t e r t e duterte duarte trump praises duarte for philippine drug crackdown in call now the this is an illegal leak obviously the transcript of trump's phone call with this guy and the real problem here this is classified the president's conversation with the president of another country is classified liane trump supposedly endorsing this guy's gunning down of drug addicts in the street which do we believe that trump endorse that i for one do not now i'm not an nine robot and i engage in critical thinking and i don't initially believe very much i see in the media anymore i also have the benefit of of knowing trump trump it just it's absurd but yet they wanna make the allegation beyond that though they say the new york times does that trump told the do territory now i'm i'm hellbent on pronouncing that way now since you think i'm wrong how else have you heard it duarte do territory.
"duarte" Discussed on WTVN
"As out there the way he's dealing with why are you did i say something wrong you'll hear is it do twenty why why are you only pronouncing this guy's name it might be duarte okay who cares everybody knows who i'm talking about here and everybody knows i'm deaf an alert list to people renounced name so everybody knows i just phonetically pronounced things so why are you in they're looking at each other like he no no i got what are we do he doesn't know okay dorte it's not spelled duarte it's spelled do territory but if that's if whatever this clown runs the philippines the way he's dealing with drug addicts has gone down in the streets we agree i got that right staff is ring is is is once again conflict so apparently trump call a guy in in praised him to the hilt for the way he is handling a drug problem in the philippines yep duarte do territory whatever it is is almost a pineapple face himself but we're not i'm gonna go there literally is accused of shooting drug addicts in the street as a is a tough on drug addict guy he doesn't want wanna tearing up his country and supposedly trump called him told about a great job is doing so the new york times claims have a transcript of that phone call they imply that they have a transcript and the email subject line is trump praises the eu t e r t e duterte okay duarte trump praises workday for philippine drug crackdown in call now the this is an illegal leak obviously the transcript of trump's phone call with this guy dan the real problem here this is classified the president's conversation with the president of another country is classified beyond trump supposedly endorsing this guy's gunning down of drug addicts in the street which do we believe that trump endorse that i for one do not now i'm not an nine the robot and i engage in critical thinking and i don't initially believe very much i see in the media anymore i also have the benefit of of knowing trump trump it just it's absurd but yet they wanna make the allegation beyond that though they say the new york times does that trump told do territory now i'm i'm hellbent on pronouncing that way now since you think i'm wrong.
"duarte" Discussed on WRVA
"Something wrong you'll hear is it do twenty why why are you willing pronouncing this guy's name it might be duarte okay who cares everybody knows who i'm talking about here and everybody knows i'm death an alert listening to people renounce name so everybody knows i just phonetically pronounced things so why are you in there looking at each other like he no no i idea what do we do he doesn't know okay duarte it's not spell duarte it's spelled do territory but if that's if one for this clown runs the philippines the way he's dealing with drug addicts has gone down in the streets we agree i got that right staff is ring is is is once again conflict so apparently trump call a guy in an praised him to the hilt for the way he is handling a drug problem in the philippines yep duarte do territory whatever it is is almost a pineapple face himself but we're not ghana go they're literally is accused of shooting drug addicts in the street as a is a tough on drug addict guy he doesn't want wanna tearing up his country and supposedly trump called him in told about a great job is doing so the new york times claims have a transcript of that phone call they imply that they have a transcript and the email subject line is trump praises di you t e r t e duterte took duarte trump praises duarte for philippine drug crackdown in coal now the this is an illegal leak obviously the transcript of trump's phone call with this guy dan the real problem here this is classified the president's conversation with the president of another country is classified the on trump supposedly endorsing this guy's gunning down of drug addicts in the street which do we believe that trump endorse that i for one do not now i'm not an nine the robot and i engage in critical thinking and i don't initially believe very much i see in the media anymore i also have the benefit of of knowing trump trump it it it's absurd but yet they wanna make the allegation beyond that though they say the new york times does that trump told the butare today now i'm i'm hellbent on pronouncing that way now since you think i'm wrong powell's have you heard it duarte do territory.