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Eduardo Escobar's Homer Lifts Brewers Past Phillies 4-3

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00:32 sec | Last week

Eduardo Escobar's Homer Lifts Brewers Past Phillies 4-3

"Milwaukee leads the NL central by twelve games after Eduardo Escobar hit a tiebreaking solo Homer in the sixth inning sending the brewers past the Phillies forty three the walkies bullpen covered five in the third shutout innings of relief after Freddy Peralta came out of the game Josh Hader closed it out for his twenty ninth save in thirty one opportunities Bryce Harper homered for the Phillies who dropped two or three in the series Harper also worked out of bases loaded walk the Phils remained two one half games behind the NL east leading Braves and R. three games out of a wild card spot on the ferry

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Lauer Shines as Brewers Roll to 10-0 Blowout of Phillies

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00:35 sec | Last week

Lauer Shines as Brewers Roll to 10-0 Blowout of Phillies

"The brewers got the early jump as they picked up their league leading seventeenth shut out with the ten nothing win over the Phillies rookie scored three runs in the bottom of the third a two run double by Eduardo Escobar and an RBI single by Christian the L. it's the brewers tacked on three more runs in the bottom of the sixth when a pitcher Eric Lauer jewel bases loaded walk that was followed by a two run single by Kolten Wong Lauer struck out five in seven innings of work to approve the five and five Aaron nola took the loss for the Phils are Michael Luongo

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Albies, Duvall go deep in Braves' 8-5 win over Nationals

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00:35 sec | Last week

Albies, Duvall go deep in Braves' 8-5 win over Nationals

"The brewers got the early jump as they picked up their league leading seventeenth shut out with the ten nothing win over the Phillies rookie scored three runs in the bottom of the third a two run double by Eduardo Escobar and an RBI single by Christian the L. it's the brewers tacked on three more runs in the bottom of the sixth when a pitcher Eric Lauer jewel bases loaded walk that was followed by a two run single by Kolten Wong Lauer struck out five in seven innings of work to approve the five and five Aaron nola took the loss for the Phils are Michael Luongo

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Rodriguez, Richards Combine on 5-Hitter, Red Sox Beat Rays

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00:44 sec | Last week

Rodriguez, Richards Combine on 5-Hitter, Red Sox Beat Rays

"Bobby Dalbec had two hits and drove in a pair and Eduardo Rodriguez and Garrett Richards combined for a five hitter is the Boston Red Sox shop the Tampa Bay rays for nothing Rodriguez allowed just four hits all singles in six innings of work the left hander called Thursday start his best of the year that's my best on the season not the way I feel today about me but also to arms control wise my wife and I mean I feel like no dustbin my my best of the season also echoed Richards went the final three innings for his second save dot backs are B. R. Singh on the top of the first off rays starter Shane McClanahan gave Boston the lead the first baseman added an RBI single as part of a two run fifth loss means the race can manage only a split of their four game series with the red Sox and if all the six and a half game ahead of idle New York in the American League east Steve Kearney St Petersburg

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 Araúz Recalled, Hits 3-Run Homer to Lift BoSox Past Indians

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00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Araúz Recalled, Hits 3-Run Homer to Lift BoSox Past Indians

"The red Sox rallied for a four three win over the Indians is Jonathan arose smacked a three run Homer in the eighth inning unravels was recalled before the game and made the three hour drive from buffalo arriving shortly before the first pitch the red Sox were down three one and had managed only one hit through seven innings off Cleveland starter Logan Allen and reliever Alex young before storming back at the eight five James current check the rally allowed Eduardo Rodriguez to move to ten at seven and keep the game where was the ones that are always going to hit a home run then and now is now is just about to win games when I was young I don't feel about like circus stuff it's all about just about when the games are so minor Jose Ramirez hit a two run Homer off road Regus and you Chang added a solo shot for Cleveland I'm Dave Ferrie

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Lyle's Strong Start Leads Rangers Over Sloppy Red Sox, 10-1

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00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Lyle's Strong Start Leads Rangers Over Sloppy Red Sox, 10-1

"Brock Colton Jordan Lyles helped spark the Rangers to a surprising ten to one route of the red Sox the former red Sox utility man hold had a pair of RBI singles in the early innings to help Texas snap its four game skid Rangers starter Lyles tossed seven innings of one run ball with six strikeouts and India Bonnie is also had a pair of RBIs for the Rangers ki K. Hernandez drove in the lone red Sox run while starter Eduardo Rodriguez gave up five runs in just three and two thirds innings Boston's freefall continued with its fourth loss in five games I'm getting cool bar

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"eduardo" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

08:22 min | Last month

"eduardo" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"eduardo" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

07:35 min | Last month

"eduardo" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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García 3-Run HR as Brewers Beat Toussaint and Braves 9-5

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00:33 sec | Last month

García 3-Run HR as Brewers Beat Toussaint and Braves 9-5

"M. S. I. L. Garcia William Thomas and Eduardo Escobar hit home runs in the brewers nine five downing of the Braves one of Garcia's three hits was a three run Homer in Milwaukee's fourth consecutive win the blast helped the brewers overcome all star Corbin Burnes we're starting the season burns gave up a season high five runs on nine hits and two walks in four plus innings Brad Boxberger got the win with two innings of scoreless relief losing pitcher to key to start wasted an early four nothing lead the brewers still paced the NL central by seven games over the Reds the Braves remain for behind the NL east leading Metz I'm the ferry

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Guerrero Hits 3-Run Homer out of Fenway as Jays Rout Red Sox

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00:41 sec | Last month

Guerrero Hits 3-Run Homer out of Fenway as Jays Rout Red Sox

"Sledmere Guerrero junior crushed a three run Homer that landed on Lansdowne street among the blue jays highlights at thirteen one thrashing of the red Sox at Fenway Park Eduardo Rodriguez was tagged for six runs over three in the third the only person was available to use most of the time today was a fast bowling and I knew it was available to look at it so that's what I think was a drone on the command would all the beaches correspond put Toronto ahead nine nothing Tasker Hernandez collected three RBIs including a two run double Hernandez and Reese McGuire each had three of the J. sixteen hits hyun jin real tossed two hit ball over six shutout innings the outcome trims the red Sox lead in the AL east to one and a half games over the reins on the ferry

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Devers Homers Twice, Bullpen Strong as Red Sox Top Yanks 6-2

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00:44 sec | Last month

Devers Homers Twice, Bullpen Strong as Red Sox Top Yanks 6-2

"Rafael Devers homered twice including the go ahead blast in the fifth inning of the red Sox fourth straight win six two over the Yankees Devers followed his two run shot with a three run blast in the seventh it was his one hundredth career home run Boston improved to ninety two against the Yankees this season at B. Gerrit Cole at Fenway Park for the second time Cole was reached for three runs over five innings we're sorry you know the finishing blows twice your honor is charged really just good at bats all night the US someone out there made some good pitches but ultimately didn't come through the AL east leaders received eight scoreless innings from their bullpen after Eduardo Rodriguez left due to migraine symptoms I'm Dave Ferrie

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Red Sox stifle short-handed Yanks 4-0 with Judge on COVID IL

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Red Sox stifle short-handed Yanks 4-0 with Judge on COVID IL

"Eduardo Rodriguez struck out eight while holding the Yankees to two hits over five and two thirds innings of the red Sox for nothing shut out I was able to draw the fossil right what I wanted in my junior was working pretty good down the strikes on and get a lot of tsunamis over Tanner how pitched the final three innings closing out Boston three hitter for his first big league save Christian Arroyo belted a two run Homer in JD Martinez delivered a solo shot is a red Sox beat the Yankees for the eighth straight time the game began hours after the Yankees added three more players to the club in nineteen injured list outfielder Aaron judge and third baseman geo or shell or among the six currently on the Yankees covet list I'm the ferry

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Ohtani Hits Milestone 32nd Homer, Angels Edge Red Sox 5-4

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Ohtani Hits Milestone 32nd Homer, Angels Edge Red Sox 5-4

"Shohei Ohtani made home run history in the angels five to four win over the red Sox the two way star crushed his thirty second of the year tops in the major leagues only broke Kentucky Matsui's record for the most homers in a season by a Japanese player Jared Walsh homered twice and drove in three Andrew Heaney got his fifth win they're good team so I mean I'm I'm happy to keep us in the game and then you know we've been we've been getting some timely hits obviously show and and while she's going about really well Eduardo Rodriguez took the loss angels take two out of three from Boston mark Myers Anaheim

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Red Sox hammer Cole, rout Yanks 9-2 for another 3-game sweep

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00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Red Sox hammer Cole, rout Yanks 9-2 for another 3-game sweep

"The red Sox remained perfect against the Yankees this season following a nine to route of their arch rivals Kiki Hernandez and Rafael Devers homered in a four run first off Gerrit Cole helping Boston improved to six in overseas New York JD Martinez and Christian Vazquez also went deep for the both facts who outscored the Yankees eighteen seven in the three game sweep Eduardo Rodriguez was solid and earning his first win in nine starts allowing a two run Homer by Aaron judge pushes for other hits over six innings doctor was going to just four runs is my my was just go out there and puts you on the board you know Mendes our system to be dazzled thinking all the time we score runs we gotta go out there and puts you on the ball the call was tagged for five earned runs in as many innings I'm Dave Ferrie

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Woodruff Great on Mound, Adds Big Hit, Brewers Beat D-Backs

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Woodruff Great on Mound, Adds Big Hit, Brewers Beat D-Backs

"Branded would drift in a bit of everything in leading the brewers past the Diamondbacks three due to water if gave up just three hits and a run over seven innings striking out nine and improving to six and three with a one point eight nine E. R. A. he also had an RBI single that opened the scoring in the fifth inning Caleb Smith took the loss despite a good outing giving up just one run and four hits over six innings Christian Walker and Eduardo Escobar both hit solo homers for the D. backs who have dropped nineteen of twenty and forty two of their past forty eight I'm Dave Ferrie

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Franco HR, Double in Debut, but Rays Lose to Red Sox in 11th

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Franco HR, Double in Debut, but Rays Lose to Red Sox in 11th

"Wander Franco hit a three run Homer and doubled in his big league debut but the race allowed four runs in the eleventh inning of their seventh consecutive loss nine five to the red Sox Franco connected in the fifth off Eduardo Rodriguez and drew his first curtain call in the majors rays manager Kevin cash pretty electric player I wish we were somehow got a win because it would have been a large park for his contributions it's got to be a pretty you know when I look when I lose which we're trying to win a mall obviously but got to be a special day for wandered Rafael Devers hit a hard grounder that went between the legs of first baseman jadi DS for a two run double putting the red Sox ahead to stay hunter Renfroe homered and had three RBIs for the alias leaders endeavors finished with three rubies I'm Dave Ferrie

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"eduardo" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:56 min | 3 months ago

"eduardo" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"My guest today is Chef Eduardo Rodriguez. He's the chef. Owner of the news. Ocotlan restaurant here in Santa Fe. Hey, Chef. Eduardo, How are you today? Thank you for inviting me. Thank you. Great. That's good to have you here. We'll hear from Eduardo in just a couple of minutes. Hey, I made some really delicious barbecue brisket enchiladas over the weekend. You know, you could get some really good smoked brisket from well the ranch house, and they also have it. It'll etc. Cowgirl in the whole hog, And there may be some others around town, too. If you don't want to go to the effort of, say, 14 hours, have a smoke in your own. Now I happen to have some in my freezer from back at the time of the Santa Fe Wine and Chili Fiesta a few weeks ago, when I had de mode brisket as a part of a class for the Fiesta. So I thought that and I made her little red chili sauce, and I dumped my corn tortillas and it and then I simmered the brisket because it was a touch dry from being in the freezer with a little beef broth and some onion and garlic, a little black pepper so I could add a little bit of moisture back to it. Rolled up a little and each tortilla. Then I topped it all with Masahiro and cheddar cheeses and some more red chili. Oh, I You know, I think I could actually spend that 14 hordes bark procuring the brisket just to be able to have those enchiladas. Oh, my gosh. They were good. I have to say, but the smoker did most of the work. I was just sort of, you know, just hanging out. Anyway, so eating out about in Santa Fe. Well, let's see. Most recently I had one of my favorite soups. It's returned for the fall and winter, and that's the butternut squash soup at restaurant, Martine. It's just very deeply flavored. And it's so silky and as Martine does, it has a revolving set of beautiful garnishes that provide crunch and some additional. Oh, I appeal. I guess I call it The night I was there for the soup. He was also featuring a grouper special. I think Chef Martine does some of the best seafood preparations in town on Guy. Also restaurant. Martine has a really large, very lovely and somewhat protected patio for its dinner service. So it's gonna be, you know, good eating through the fall and the winter as we You know, go into our colder season. Well, let's now hear about another Santa Fe restaurant. One that's been open about. I'm thinking. Six months. Zat Kat Lan from it. Chef owner Eduardo Rodriguez, who's here with me by a zoom, and you might be most familiar with Chef Eduardo from his years of the Coyote Cafe. But he has a wonderful resume, and he's doing some great things. That's ocotlan. Welcome, Chef Eduardo Thank you. Thank you. I am. Thank you. I'm so glad to have a chance to sit down and talk to you. Well, okay, You're you're not a native of Santa fade tells us how you got to Santa Fe. Yeah. No. Uh, you know, I was. Seems like 1980 am I came just for bc my my brother. So my brothers will say Yeah, okay. And then a. Uh so I was in the middle of summer. Like busy time for them. He was cooking, according to campaign. Huh? I would just like food. You know, I was watching people watching the cooks in food, Amazing food. In the United States High school then, right? Yeah. It was some guy. Yeah, okay. Yeah, it was my first time killing 17 1998. Okay, So you okay? Yeah. E back in 2000 and two again for another.

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Interview With Eduardo Viola, Political Scientist and Professor

Common Home Conversations Beyond UN75

01:53 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Eduardo Viola, Political Scientist and Professor

"Hello and welcome to common home conversations. Today we're joined by eduardo. Viola political scientist and professor of international relations. At the university of brasilia. Thank you so much for joining us today. be with you. So you're professor at the university of brasilia a senior researcher of the brazilian council for research. You're also the chair of the brazilian research network on the international system and the anthrax vaccine climate change. He tells more about these experiences and the focus of your current research. Okay well. I have a very long career as proficient of in domestic relations. My full suffering Always but at least in the last thirty five years being am vitamin d issues both in brazil and international on the resilient forty in vitamin that policy so i am the national relations with focusing in vitamin on climate change but an energy transition and so mighty sandwich beam over the years focusing brazil and south america but also following on starting by egli the project automations climate policies of major players and states european union japan russia china india. But i see and right. Now i on a loading board with in specifically About the south. American the governors of climate baio diversity in the pan amazonian not a celia massoni code amazon and comparing politics both Sparking reliever sealed bid or devia. And

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Ryu Pitches 7 Masterful Innings, Blue Jays Beat Red Sox 8–0

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

Ryu Pitches 7 Masterful Innings, Blue Jays Beat Red Sox 8–0

"Charles bankrupted eighteen hits the red the red Sox eight nothing in Dunedin Florida Vladimir Guerrero junior Telstra Hernandez and Ortiz guerrilla junior had three hits apiece in the victory or Randall Grichuk hit a two run home run in the eighth inning of all star reliever Matt Andriese his seventh of the season blue jays starter hundred review had another solid start going seven innings scattering just four hits while striking out seven he was record improves to foreign to Eduardo Rodriguez one five he took the loss to fall to five in two I'm John at the rate

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Gomes ends Locastro's steal streak, homers, Nats top D'backs

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00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Gomes ends Locastro's steal streak, homers, Nats top D'backs

"John Gomes homered had three hits and drove in two runs as the nationals banged out fifteen hits in beating the Diamondbacks six to two and that's a one two straight for the first time this year Eric said he earned his first win allowing one run over five innings while tying a career high with nine strikeouts I feel that I can throw any pitch at any count and it'll be effective I think that when you have that feeling it's you know it's really easy to be competent inspectors on Kyle Schwarber went two for four with an RBI Starlin Castro had two hits and an RBI Trey Turner had three hits while Ryan Zimmerman had a pinch hit home run Kole Calhoun and Eduardo Escobar homered for the Diamondbacks Luke weaver suffered the loss Greg heist Washington

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Eduardo Rodriguez Named Boston Red Sox’ Opening Day Starter

WBZ Morning News

00:07 sec | 6 months ago

Eduardo Rodriguez Named Boston Red Sox’ Opening Day Starter

"Rodriguez has the right Opening day starter following his sterling effort in yesterday's 91 exhibition Wind over the Twins. Adam Kaufman,

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"eduardo" Discussed on VS

VS

05:04 min | 7 months ago

"eduardo" Discussed on VS

"I think those compensations are so important in hard to have denies. Have you ever experienced unrequited love. Oh yeah. I was a young queer an old queer. It had required love going on. I think you know some of my early unrequited love or what taught me a lot about the eroticism. A friendship a friendship. You know i can think of a couple of folks you know in my mind probably won't say names 'cause i'm still friends with people of us. You know like one particular boy and girl man and woman now Who i can think about that. The passion of our friendship. That i think for me was very much. Love sort of led me to some heartbreaks but also to a lot of good lessons about how deeply In physically one can love a friend. Oh that's both like very sad and very beautiful but mostly it's just really sad. I just wanted to get fucked somebody. I loved a lot and that baby. Queer unrequited love is like that hits different too. Yeah oh man what is okay. I'm thirty one. i'm fine now. You know quite literally like in the spirit and in the mirror iphone anyway. I become cuter. How about you though you got. You got any quieted skeletons. In the closet he asks just like a summer of Like a person that. I was friends with for a long time for years and always had like a little bit of like a crush but oh sort of like a. This is not going to happen. It was largely. Because i was like this person is like very much more attractive than me and so it'll never happen and then there was a summer. We spent a lot of time together and just like got sort of intense for that summer. It drove me like lightly crazy and then like calmed back down and we remained friends after and it never really came to the surface. And right now you know years. Apart from it it feels sort of far away And a little hard to imagine right now but Yeah the time it was It kept me up at night for for a while and it was just like because it's a sad when the when the person like you know says like really sweep things to you or like you know you become physically close in some ways because your friends and like you know that it's not that but maybe it's that and it just. It's like the that line. That's why that line in ordos book the like an for holding my hands in that in that kind of not forgive. Yeah i was like oh my god. Yeah absolutely but i think that for the last few years. I've i've been very lucky in love and a lot of ways. Well kudo see you bitch. Thank you said shit over my way. We'll take kudos all right. Let's get outta here. And thanks and people so i can go fill out this. Okay cubit account. Well i would like to thank glenn close. Although actually i think glen thanks for you know it's true i that i might have thanked glenn close on the show in the past. But i'm going to just thank her again specifically for her portrayal of cruel villain one hundred and one dalmatians. Yes i since. We're making actresses She was passed The day before. We're recording this in about a month from when this air But i wanna thank sisley tyson For everything she did as an actress an actress and made Pass and space for so many others in the industry For so expertly in tenderly giving us our stories back and how many of us saw the women in our lives in the women that we are in her so thank you cecily tyson. Ninety six years old he lived a good long life. I only hope to see that long. Oh my god and she's still good at the end of it cecily tyson. We thank you you the bad s I hope you're up. They're having a fantastic time partying it up go. Hey girl who else who thank him for any. We also wanna think our producer daniel kiss liquor. Thank you to eat on me not ega and lanka's at the poetry foundation. Thank you to post loudness. Thank you to you all for continuing to listen to us and make sure you like right into describe wherever you listen to podcasts. Make sure that you follow us on twitter at b. s. the podcast. And with that y'all we are going to get outta here. They keep for spending some time with us and edwato corral today. We wish you well in your path up there in the world say..

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"eduardo" Discussed on VS

VS

04:50 min | 7 months ago

"eduardo" Discussed on VS

"One hundred dollars per who pays a fine of themselves us can be. Yeah i guess. The poet pays the pope pays a were forced to punish you will. What if it was like you could only publish when cliche Could only publish cliche. And if you write more than maybe it was like a fifty dollar fine. It gets smaller and smaller. The he's still being punished like an angry editor at that point. I don't like the concept of no punishment and also again sometimes would need that damn touche to do its work and that mom okay. Yeah i'm glad i'd wierdo said because i feel like it has to be like those like the cameras on traffic cones. You don't even like know you gotta ticket until later i e the motherfucker who just like it just got a whole bunch of tickets. Think about the baby poets. You know just like you need at least a thousand dollars just to start being a poet. Cliche why did he finish a grand. Just for you know. Paint off people's finds the widened. Cliche debt come with something jamaica so people actually find a way to pay. That's these fine jets. But the reason i propose this was because i thought if everybody got to have one than you could like really milk that one you know and then you'll be like god. There's chaired olds as cliche of the year. Like she got it. That's a good one or whatever. Well it feels frame way. They became celebrate. Yeah you got of your system you you made it. That's a different thing ever and we'll work in our society and i guess probably policing with monetary fines. It's not anything that's over really lead to good poetry Well congratulations to this world with all its shitting job. What are the two thousand twenty one hundred twenty five actually yet on top eduardo. Thank you so much for for spending this time with us. It's been such an incredible joy and my brain is buzzing eduardo. Would you read us. War more poem or click on. This voice came to me when i was reading. Slow likely by kind of knew. I wasn't ready to deal with his voice. Is the voice of a border patrol agent and ins department In this country. And i didn't want to engage with that voice and tried to resist it and the more resisted at the more persistent became right so i knew the second book. I had a tackle right. His voice right. This is a border patrol agent. Persona palm is a mexican american man in the forties. Working the train between tucson arizona. dallas mexico Zona border patrol agent. Summer is up by a parked. Anyth- branches crank up the ac jeep. A hate the rear view mirror. It makes me look like my father chase and singed last week. The sky on lou. A full bottle sneakers teepee rose. I found a body legs. Not the knees wire tight around the throat. I remembered graffiti on voter. God is always hungry. Sometimes binoculars i watch wild horses. Hurry for the heat. Once union stopped mid gallop then collapsed into bed of codes. Rain could not extinguish. the radio is always crackling. Six wets cited infrared nita spic speaker stat. I only speak spanish with my father. He often mistakes. Blue parakeets perched on the stove for gas flames. Last july from tucson. I found a rape trees torn panties. I'm branches the tree a warning in a way for smugglers to claim terrain. Lightning climbs the hillside like stillwater. Rain strikes the windshield. I think of my wife asleep on her side breasts pressed together as if one were dreaming the other her womb empty. My dick useless things. I just can't tell her. Sometimes when he body parts remain buried.

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"eduardo" Discussed on VS

VS

08:27 min | 7 months ago

"eduardo" Discussed on VS

"Now we are going to play a game that we like to come fast punch. But i will tell us whether you want to say the best of things or the worst of things and then we'll give you a list of ten categories and then you'll say depending on what you just either the best or the worst of that thing so eduardo. Do you want to say the best. Things are the worst things. The worst things ooh. Yeah okay yeah. There was the worst of times it was the worst time right. Exactly do you wanna go first. Ns yep edwato. Your first question is the worst poetry form. Try let his the the former so close the were toilet. I'm about to say. Are you staying pronounce. You know it just it just too close to toilet from great reason worst insect for me a loss is stingers on the waas and also because whilst others need across species the worst place to read as a poetry reading a bathroom stall oh yeah worst thing to get for takeout this. I know this way to to avoid any kind of state of a time you get home. It's it's it's over as the right temperature right at your play in front of you rarely order steaks anymore. Wanna take out delivery and they type it in the oven. Method up yeah Worse title you've rid. Does the window have a mouse. Love it i love it. I love it i love it. I think it's great. I think those are graduates. Land i if they worked out for you right there. Window are the worst. Why should it was a question with no have no girl. The worst thing about a w. p. don't miss the downward name glance i'd that's her name. Who are you can talk to you you you do something for me. Where do you work. What is your tuition at glance to the name tag. It's so demeaning. I think right totally worth sandwich for me lady. The worst thing which has been edited exiled related because over the summer. I the dan around episode fry Egg sandwich from a vending machine asteroid. I kinda gross me out. The what happens. Do i'd weird alien worms growing yet. They make him smart and brilliant and doesn't positive it just kinda gross me out in the day. That's only realize like last summer that omega here. Before that is just eggs and oil disgusted the worst kind of pen or writing. Pennsyl- funny hate now's lucci pins in the wrong ones but i thought true to grip. Okay does not enough pool on them. A hot take hot pantex okay. Last ones worse cake. There is no such thing as worse. My eight even care cakes live. I hate care k. Has to be done right though it could be. That'd be bad versions of k but there's no like cake across the for me maybe overly decadent. Chocolate cake is rich for me. Okay i guess this last one. I'm worst reality. Show that you love Horrible horrible horrible. It's blown away is glass artists. I love. I wanna talk about it. Because they use the word glory hall the time. It's actually a thing a a furnace with owen. It would over shape the glass at every time they say i i love it. Yeah you want one amazing thing that nobody last year was all like accidental. Gay language gloria l. blown away and then when twitter added their little fleet function. I was just like come on. I remember that. Come on all this. Is i still have it done one yet. Just because i refuse linguistically. I was like i love that the term queer as a lot of you know. You've you've met him every game a few accidental queers under this. He was clear for the night. Okay let's we should play another game. But i also just want to talk about blink fire but okay. We'll all right eduardo. And his time our second game of the afternoon this versus that so we are going to give you two persons places or things and ask you. Who would win in a game of fisticuffs okay. So for today's round we have in this corner a cake from nailed it and then that corner a cake from the great british baking show who wins in a fight. House talks to it. Talks to a wide. Is it win. Great cribbage makeup has been say. These are talented baker's the whole premise of noda. These not talented baker. If great british bake off our site attraction where we also there to see the triumphs right. But that's the great british cakes The favorite is a winds. It smothers the other cake. You know for the first time ever. I'm gonna disagree. I'm gonna say that the nailed it cake would have something going in there with not a lot of good for but a lot of gusto weights because the because the thing is not who has the better cake but which That's interesting which cake with a fight. Yeah i answer because it. Yeah you're right. I misunderstood the question. Yeah not the best cake fisticuffs right. 'cause got something again. House leading with my taste. Buds astray falls although some british baking show. Cakes are so. They're so polite. Gave us the british empire politeness. He's all a mask. No it's true. It's so funny yeah also. It's always so funny when they're like. Ooh an exotic spice. It's you colonize them to get this by. What do you mean exotic like and it's like it's like white pepper are spanish saffron from okay. I'll save that question for later. But i still have no clue with saffron tastes like girl audit sustains rice girl about i've been i've been at princeton to you you have a research fund feeling writing about saffron you're right. I was going to buy a guitar. But i'm gonna buy guitar and some saffron so now we are going to play a new game that we are bringing into the season of verses which is called You know we often play game called this. Is that This is a game that we like to call this versus something else where we'll ask you to choose between this. Our current reality or a different alternate reality. That will propose to you. And we'll ask you which one you would rather have so the one that we're proposing to now is this current reality as a stance Versus a world in which everyone every poet is allowed to write one cliche a year but if you accidentally write more than one cliche you get a fine of.

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"eduardo" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"eduardo" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"That's for Tomorrow's program today. We are talking with Eduardo Porter. He is an economics reporter for the New York Times and. And author of the fascinating new book called American poison. How racial hostility destroyed our promise, and we have an excerpt of the headed on point. Radio Dot Org Jack Beatty. Also joins us. He's on points, news analyst and Eduardo I I think you are laying out of a convincing case here about how racial hostilities again in your in your broad definition of it a really undergird a lot of the reasons why we've seen a sort of multigeneration fray fraying of the social safety net. I also did want to ask you though I mean. Does this mean the you're not necessarily dismissing? Other forms of let's say conservative Economic Orthodoxy that might have contributed to this as well in the belief in free market, capitalism, or reduced government lower taxes, the privacy of. Entrepreneurs Things like things like that, though those are also. I think quite important factors to consider here we're talking about. The fraying of the social safety net. I mean yes I. Mean just just the bad. The first answer is yes. My Book Does Not really address any of these other strains of the American. Ideology and but to be perfectly honest I don't know of any really good research that actually can trace outcomes to these kind of. Thoughts of you know these the frontier thought of the free enterpreneur. Outside of the grip of government, and but by, but I do know a bunch of you know either from narrative stories to social economic research about the power of race to shape our beliefs in these things and so my. Conclusion is that I think that part of this notion that we like unfettered markets and don't like the to mess with us, and that's it because of some you know Libertarian Free Spirit. is in a way a cover up. So! I'm not saying it doesn't exist to be sure the united. States has a very specific history. And you know there was this big vast frontier, and so forth, and so maybe it does play some role but I do think that are emphasizing that you know kind of like get her. American enterpreneurial spirit is in a way. A A veil to a darker motivation that US to basically reject government assistance, and because by the way let's just be honest here. We you know this libertarian spirit teams reject welfare programs, but in some of the mid, the people that rejects weller programs are very happy with the government intervening on issues of sexual identity, and what constitutes a family, and what does not and and you know. What a woman can can do with her body, so it's. These are. These other more libertarian arguments I am somewhat skeptical. Well can I just give you an example and again. I'm not I'm not using this to refute what you're saying but I. Think you're is very powerful, but I'm just trying to I mean if word for talking about this broad. These broad forces that affect what's made America less resilient, all Americans less resilient, I just want to sort of bring in some other possible. contemporaneous forces what I was thinking of. Was You know for example I look to the state of Kansas as an example as you well know back in two thousand twelve, the the state enacted very deep tax cuts and spending cuts. Governor Brown back then called it a real life experiment and the thought was that it would generate the explosion of economic growth well Kansas is seventy five percent white, according to US. Census data. What it generated wasn't exploding deficit. and tanked job. Creation as Kansas underperformed in neighboring states so much so that a couple of years later in two thousand seventeen, the Kansas legislator just started rolling back. Those those tax and spending cuts I just. I'm just wondering like that. Your response to that. Okay, though so maybe I see where you're coming from and so I think there are other groups of interest that determined policy and in particular. monied interest, big corporations and big investors, and the very wealthy and so forth. And yes, they will push to lower taxes and cut spending at every turn because they don't want to pay more taxes at. That's the first order explanation and so i. do think that this is important in this in in designing policy. And but I think that the way that it's been articulated to voters. Is What relies a lot on? Let's just think just think about how how the arguments against the welfare state are put not to you know the board of some fortune, five hundred corporation, but to American voters the tends to be you know the Welfare Queen who's abusing the system at drawing, you know several drawing social security under several identities and driving a cadillac, or you know all these version, deadbeat, fathers or superpredators, or all these you know these these means that have been used to vilify the community of color, and especially the community of color that's most vulnerable, and that relies more on the on the state the government. As an argument to. Fund the government. Jack your thoughts. I see what you mean a Meghna about these. Sort of the independent role of conservative economic ideology and I'm. In this by book, the Tom and Mary Edsel road, maybe thirty years ago called chain reaction in which they looked at the rhetoric of small government, cutting taxes and things that didn't and you. Deregulation things that on their face had nothing to do with race. And they showed or suggested the evidence showed that these were ways of getting race prejudice into policy, so you're cutting about talking about cutting taxes. People heard that as cutting benefits for them. Deregulation similarly in other words. It was a kind of code..

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"eduardo" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"eduardo" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"The notion that the vulnerable just need help, and we should provide it I wanna read a excerpt from. From the version of your thoughts appeared in foreign policy magazine because it's quite. I opening, so if I if I ma'am you write that government spending on the prison system jumped nearly fourfold between nineteen, eighty, two and two thousand fifteen after inflation to eighty seven billion dollars. That's more than the government spent on food stamps that year and two and a half times what it spent on unemployment insurance, even the nation's premier anti-poverty benefit, the earned income tax credit cost the government twenty five percent less than its prisons. Yeah, so you know what you conclude from from that I mean. The emphasis of social. How to manage a society somehow turned to to punishment, and then if you lay your onto, that will, who happens to be the most punished, and you know it's of course African, Americans? And other people of color who are mostly populating prisons That's. That's the flip in policy. Making the change would be changed from the you know new deal war on poverty to war on crime, and and and I think that we're still there I mean even though I would say again the. Was An attempt to move the needle in a different direction. I? COULDN'T I? Mean that was one instance. Created a program that is still being that is still under threat. And right now the politics are of course not in that direction anymore. Jack, jump in here. Your thoughts on on Eduardo's. He's drawing this line through history well into our time today. Yes, he is, and there's another trend. I think that's in the background of this, and that is I think I'm correct. Real family incomes grew about forty percent in the nineteen sixties. I remember those days. And but since about nineteen seventy-three. Flat a falling. And that has coincided with a crisis in white rural EXURBAN America. That's what that's why trump carried. White Working Class Voters Because their life just as African American life chances have been severely harmed by the state policies. That were two instances notably the war on crime. So. Poor white families have suffered. From globalization from automation from the shift in the economy that made Our cities you know. Centers of our economic growth and created these backwaters so. The the the white resent you know that the target that poor white people are struggling. White people have as been directed to the other but really. If I I guess his logic is if only they could. They would see that there. Anything they do to deny the benefits of the welfare state to African. Americans hurts them because it means the safety net is weakened and more and more of them can fall through, and he cites the research of the professors at Princeton about the depths of despair among white American with high school. GR males, especially with high school educations in rural America, dying from despair, because life is so hard for them and I wonder if you could talk about that that element of the economic. Straights of White People Eduardo. Yeah, well, that's that's a really interesting thought. I was I went to Harlan Kentucky. That's. Coal country in Appalachia, in fact, very famous county, where there was a very very famous strike for workers, trying to unionize that was met by. A corporate goons with with with a enormous violence, and and you that right now that country that county is incredibly poor, it is amongst the maybe ten or a dozen counties in the United States for federal aid amounts to more than half of the personal income of people in the place on average so they're super dependent on the federal government through you know all these programs, either from Medicaid food stamps and so forth. And and it's also extremely white county. They're non Hispanic quite account for. I don't have the numbers. But, it's roughly around like ninety eight percent. and. They're the I was at a at a town hall a few years ago. where? Cord for Governor Bevin who was a a tea party stalwart key party champion. He's no longer. He was voted out in this last this last election, but he was railing against. Medicaid and about how lazy people took advantage of the government, and people would rise from their chairs and clap and roaring applause, and I'm thinking Kyw's you kind of like. He's basically talking about you. You guys are drawing from you. Guys need these programs and he's talking about how these programs only help on worthy people, and so, and even though there's very few people of Color, for these folks to actually had any real knowledge of how people of Color are. It's more on an abstract thinking that there's this other this other person that's not me. It's not like me. That is abusing this. And hence I should attack the program, and I actually did I talked to some folks there and it. The the A lot of the argument against the safety net ended up. Towards immigrants the idea well, we can't help immigrants. Immigrants come from afar. They should not have access to our programs. We can't help ourselves. Why should we be helping immigrants? Actually? In fact, immigrants have virtually especially undocumented immigrants have access to federal programs, but there's this belief that they do, and that's using an argument against the program itself so. There is lightning. Yeah. I'm just GONNA jump right in here for one more second because we've got to assure ourselves into yet. Another break so Eduardo Porter author of American poison. Our racial.

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"eduardo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"eduardo" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Have and if if it's wrong Eduardo can help us out here movie theaters in California can begin reopening later this week if they follow a strict set of guidelines including limiting capacity according to new rules issued by the state on Monday but many theaters are are waiting so joining us on the cover and years live line is the marketing manager of the locked in la Hoya Eduardo Rosen good morning Eduardo good morning thank you for having me on good to have you still part of a lot is already opened right now right yeah that is correct look oil location opened up this past Saturday or our restaurant bar cafe and outdoor seating patio for those who aren't familiar with the lot we have to San Diego locations one in the hallway I wanted liberty station and it's luxury send them restaurant bar cafe still the food and and beverage part is open but not the actual movie theater yet to go and it didn't sit down to watch a movie exactly yes I restaurants bars and cafes patios are open for dine in and takeout but our cinemas are still close now when are the cinema is going to be back open for the lot specifically obviously you can't talk about everybody right so we're targeting early July opening or art cinema all right okay so what what are you gonna do in that time so in that time we have our restaurant open are ready for that type of seating but to get prepared or R. eaters will be doing a lot of extra safety measures inside of our either what were gonna be separating the two are luxury seats are like to patch it together so it would be to to opt to arm to us so you didn't have a lot of spacing in there and then to limit the person to person interaction we're going to be encouraging all of our gas to do mobile ticketing and mobile ordering and that we're gonna be having single use containers them flatware or all the food and beverage that got delivered to the audience in the theatre so you know it when it comes down to it at work a lot of businesses have suffered greatly during the pandemic the stay at home orders what kinds of you know what how is this really affected your business because you not only had to shut down the theaters you have to shut down the restaurants and and your patio areas too correct yeah correct yeah everything was closed from the seventeenth of March up until this past Saturday so it was definitely affected us but we're really excited that we're able to open at least Iraq stronger and we'll come back and get used to being outside of our house the guy ready for having a great life experience and now that you've opened that part for dine in at our people showing up are they coming out yeah yeah there it's been a really good response were really happy about that people are coming in people are wanting to get out of their houses enjoy little cocktail by the fire pit so it's been really good to the great thing about our location is that they both feature incredible patios better outdoors with a lot of seating and a lot of space so people have been really really responding to that school with the restrictions were were being told theaters can have something like twenty five percent occupancy is is that yeah is that really good I mean is that really going to hurt a lot of theaters yeah it definitely hurts to have that we were still gonna be limiting our seating because of the social distancing but twenty five percent is not the best but we want people to come and we want them to feel safe so is that how people would feel the most comfortable we're definitely excited about that I just want people to come back and exactly all right Eduardo Rosen marketing manager of the lot in la Hoya thank you so much for your time and good information thank you thank you and a reminder San Diego county health officials are holding a briefing today we'll have the latest on the next round of re openings our live coverage begins at two thirty this afternoon it is time eight forty six stories trending the Lamesa woman hit by a bean bag round from police is asking for the department to pay for future damages as she can no longer work or go to school after spot fires broke out yesterday warning from cal fire to make sure your house is hardened.

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"eduardo" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"eduardo" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

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"eduardo" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

09:13 min | 1 year ago

"eduardo" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Taylor, Schwenk Buster, only working for my home studio in New, York well the back and forth continues between Major League Baseball and the Players Association Jeff Passan's reporting the major league baseball is mulling a shorter season with full prorated salaries for players, so in other words Major League Baseball, saying you don't like the reduced salaries with more games and we'll just have fewer games. it's a remarkable series events that are taking place. It's not really negotiations at this point according Jeff Though Major League Baseball does not intend to propose this to the players, the possibility of implementing a schedule of around fifty games that would start in July has been considered by the League as a last resort in the event. The parties can't come to a deal. The players have held out for a full prorated portion of their. Their salaries based on a march twenty six agreement with the League and in an offer Sunday proposed a one hundred and fourteen game schedule that would cover seventy point. Three percent of their original salaries, Major League baseball with a fifty game schedule would cover thirty percent of that number so a huge gap there some other notes. The Washington nationals change course and told their minor leaguers on Monday they will receive their full weekly. Weekly stipends of four hundred dollars through June after Reliever Sean doolittle tweeted that the teams major league players would cover a planned cut in those payments and Major League baseball players continue to voice outrage and social media over George Floyd's death We heard the other day from Pete Alonso. We've also heard from mookie Betts. Giancarlo Stanton and Andrew mccutchen now before we get to it where Eduardo. Perez ESPN baseball analyst. Who's doing, K K, B O Games and also has a lot of perspective on this back, and forth between the Union and Major League Baseball and we talked to John Shea the author of a new book about Willie mays today on Espn Dale here. The latest in the story of Major League Baseball's return, Jeff and breaks down Major League Baseball player negotiations plus the fate of the minor leagues. That's ESPN daily subscribe. Wherever you get your podcast? As a baseball analyst for ESPN and what that means these days Warto is getting really early to do k b. o broadcast from home of course of the the League in South Korea. How are you handling all this sort of the shakeup of Great Buster time that's all I know. I think I'm finally beating you to the wakeup. Call It's a three thirty three thirty with three snooze. by the time I, get up at three fifty one. have a seven minutes news instead of nine minute snooze going in so I know by three fifty one. I get up. Get in the shower by four zero five I am already turning on the system, making sure that everything's connected and then by four I have everything down. Let's put it this way. I make commend this breakfast for four games. And it's part of my pride and joy and routine to get ready for the. I see the whole snooze. Button thing I've never understood like. I I like and I think. Maybe it's because when I was growing up on the farm, the way I was woken up with my dad. We had a heat duct from the first four, the second store floor and he would stand underneath the heat duck at four, forty five, and and I just hear this buster. And Get up and you better get up right at that time, and so you know. When I went to school and classmates had You know this news, but I'd be like. What is that about? You Get up on the first one. It. I think it's more of a game with me there. There've been a couple times that I've got up before the alarms even run some Mike Okay. That's good, but I kind of struggle. A bit and I won't lie to you. When I go to sleep around twelve thirty and then I need to wake up at three thirty. It's a three three snoozing. You're out, and then there's a seven o'clock alarm that my wife has. That's on the Alexa that tells me that how how good I am just as a positive vibe. Just in case I did miss out on those three sneezes. And I know that that the breakfast the you make has the strongest coffee in the world. I don't I'm not drinking coffee. Drinking I'm not drinking coffee buster. That's crazy. I know I it was taken away from me. My I have a call on everything, so the more coffee I drink the more pressure I get, so the doctor took it away from me, and this is pure adrenaline that go on. Believe it or not. Man I remember when I went down to Puerto Rico for a couple of stories in in when you and I were sort of talking about because I would grab back. Down there. And you were like yeah, the coffee so great, and it's so strong. Oh Man! Probably about it I miss it, but but it's okay because. I waking up to baseball. Games so I look. And I feed the world. We're in right now and there's no high school baseball. There's no pro- professional baseball any level. There's no college baseball, so I looked out and I was like I just realized that at five thirty in the morning I can guarantee you. I'm be only baseball analyst working, so it's kind of fun. while. You're doing great. You're doing a great job with it and I can tell you know how much you're energized by getting watch baseball, because there is no baseball going on here, the two sides are talking about an agreement talking about getting baseball restarted, but it wouldn't. Even though there, there were hearing about offers being exchanged. It feels like there's no negotiating going on. That, it's each side restating its position in different ways, and it's sort of like well. Okay, You don't like this this proposal. We're just going to reshape it. move the numbers around a little bit. We'll throw it back at you, but they're. Doesn't seem to be any real collaboration going on the middle ground. What do you think? No. You know what's interesting. Is that the League's first proposal to the Union offered an eighty two game schedule. Right You know a significant salary cuts. We know that you know and and and a lot of multiple players. That told the that told us about about you know. They wouldn't abide to the to the shorter schedule at all, and with one actually even saying that we wanna play more gain, and you know we want more baseball, so they go out. They proposed one hundred fourteen gained schedule. Major League baseball comes back with fifty less than that, but then. I don't know about you but Mr. Mr Cantata Mrs Morale is to back. Teachers in high school taught me well. And the average of that is eighty two, so we go right back to eighty two YEP. And now I'm thinking okay, so the days I think will work back to maybe that number, but it's about the salary cut how the pay scale is going to be set. It's it's we've known all along. It's about the money We've already taken care of the time early on players getting their time, but now about the compensation factor of it all, and that's going to be the painful one, but at the end of the day -Buster. I really believe until there is a hard sec date where we can say by June tenth or June. Fifteenth WEENIE TO HAVE A. A deal done. If not no baseball, a deal will get done and I'm a I'm a guy who has a glass half full. I wasn't nineteen ninety four the player. Unfortunately, we did not have a world series that year we had replacement players come out and spring training I'm hoping this year this time because of the situation that our country is in the world is in that. We get baseball back on the field, Major League Baseball, and I believe that the players and the owners want what the fans want, and that's just the players on the field. You're one hundred percent right you read about when it's almost like baseball was like okay, you know when the initially talked about doing the fifty fifty revenue Split and that idea what was leaked out there wasn't formally proposed, but we initially heard back from the Union. That's not acceptable. And so then they made that proposals you said last week with severe cuts for the highest play players over eighty two games, and the players rejected that a gave the long game the long schedule, and now for the third time. It feels like the owners are saying okay. Here's the lump of cash that we have available. You can do it over fifty games. You can do it over eighty two games. You can do fifty fifty revenue split, but here's the lump cast that we're willing to split..

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"eduardo" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"eduardo" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Pick of discussion that we will be repeatedly covering today shows with eduardo laureano the principal program manager of azure functions and microsoft it was a fantastic conversation and we covered applications of server lewis improvements to the cold start problem and how the azure functions platform is built and operated full disclosure microsoft is a sponsor of software engineering daily we're planning meet ups for software engineering daily if you are interested you can go to software engineering daily dot com slash meet up and sign up for either an upcoming meet up or just to be notified about future meet ups right now we are planning to visit new york or going to be going to the data dog offices we're going to hub spot in boston those are both in march and in april albeit tell assign in la we're going to try to do more meet ups this year and i hope to see you at one of them also were announcing a summer internship applications to software engineering daily this is a remote opportunity if you're interested in working with us on the software engineering daily opensource project a fulltime this summer send an application to internships at software engineering daily dot com we would love to hear from you and if you don't know about the suffering j daily opensource project you can check it out it get hub dot com slash software and jiang daily you could find are apps in the app store you can go to software daily dot com sewer building and i hope you enjoy it.

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"eduardo" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"eduardo" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Availibility of critical business workloads with azure check out the azure container service at a k a dot m s slash acs that's aka a dot m s slash acs and the link is in the show notes thank you to azure container service for being a sponsor of software engineering daily eduardo silva is an engineer with treasure data eduardo welcome to software engineering daily they flee mutation happy to be here so today we're gonna talk about fluent de we're gonna talk about treasure data let's start with fluent di it's an open source data collector what does it data collector was a term mean did a collector will i will say that the description these i will try to stop because of the what's the problem that flew in these solves eight when you had a lot of data being generated by applications do like to have some tools to unify these data and tried to centralise the data because you're ain't when you how many applications you'll late to do some kind of troubleshooting monitoring or data analysis but if you have multiple applications january data from multiple sources with different formats that is complex salt flew in these a solution that allows you to take all this information from different places on centralised database or multiple like cloud service says or any kind of a storage service that you use them are really talking about logging data yup logan data okay logging data so they error logs are they logs of user sessions that went well or any uh any kind of the kinds of logs actually depends bits been so they use it because many people do will believe this but the use logan for metrics so at some point you collecting looks but the the insight from that data that metrics so imagine that somebody has created a mobile app occasion they created the back in the back and service and that in surgeries is generating data to i don't know to the lok files saying okay display year is a is by in this a staff is looking at these items or is moving around this area of them up and that information go to the look of so if you look carefully at your consumer look files but sometimes inside the look fighters the incest of that data is metrics yeah so it's like unbia a little bit of everything right and by metrics you're you're saying.

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"eduardo" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"eduardo" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"A back into application can have hundreds of services written in different programming frameworks and languages across these different languages log messages are produced in different formats some logging is produced in xml some is produced in jas on some as in other formats and these laws need to be unified into a common format and centralized for any developer who wants to deep ugh the popularity of kouba netties is making it easier for companies to build this kind of distributed application where different services of different languages are communicating over a network with a variety of log message types fluid d as a tool for solving this problem of log collection and unification in today's episode eduardo silva joins the show to describe how fluent d is deployed to cougar netties and the role of fluent d in a coup burnett bonetti's logging pipeline we also discussed the company where it ward a works treasure data the story treasure data is unusual the team started out doing log management but has found itself moving up the stack into marketing analytics sales analytics in customer data management this story might be useful for anyone who has an open source developer thinking about how to evolve your project into a business i certainly found it useful i hope you like this episode and will continue to do cooper netties related episodes for the next couple of weeks azure container service simplifies the deployment management and operations of coup netties eliminate the complicated planning and deployment of fully orchestrated containerised applications with cooper netties you can quickly provision clusters to be up and running in no time while simplifying your monitoring and cluster management through auto upgrades and a builtin operations consul avoid being locked into any one vendor or resource you can continue to work with the tools that you already know such as helm and move applications to any coup burnett he's deployment integrate with your choice of container registry including azure container registry also quickly and efficiently scale to maximize your resource utilization without having to take your applications off line isolate your application from infrastructure failures and transparently scale the underlying infrastructure to meet growing demands all while increasing the security reliability and.

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"eduardo" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"eduardo" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Crazy thing for me is well first of all that this happens right that's that's that's crazy um but you know that happens the things happen to people the they have a car wreck bike wrecker or or or or whatever it is but very rarely do people say we're going to capture this so i think that's what obviously this film does not happen if your girlfriend at the time burger or your well it the ex girlfriend phraya partner a best friend isn't there capturing all this like none of this happens yeah i mean you have a film that's obviously later on new content was created but know from the day you go into the hospital throughout the whole process jennifer jane is capturing all this stuff and i mean that that some pretty incredible foresight yeah yeah i wish and slash might be a little weird yeah y we're we're here in austin right now because we screen the film and over at the lamar draft house theater and she had to plough this morning unfortunately she can't be her bail speak on her behalf that you know we had been piloting a outdoor cooking show concept and dumb we're actually five days from basically a sitdown contract meeting with food network to sell the show before my injury happened and dumps a bittersweet that on the seventeenth october i had my left hand amputated which is the day appointment was set to be at their office in new york and dumb and i feel for jenny she is an incredibly creative woman and flying back from the uk.

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"eduardo" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"eduardo" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"So this bear i'm just curious because so the bear ahead got was curious to so he hops in the in the barrel somehow stumbles and editor and that he'd that that's what kills of immediately money must half muscle must had ended the sing was far gone it was not a lot of it is significant opportunity clear some things up to a lot of folks thinking of his vision of his three hundred pound black bear on mound in it not so if you've heighten national forest of the rocky mountains and probably anywhere in the united states there's detrieux tests in leftover material from mining camps sheep camps cattle operations and a lot of cattle companies have leases on national land and they'll put a old tyrell or fifty gown oil drums cut in half with assault for cows to kind of get monroe in what nine nuts cannot thought it was just trash leftover junk from some bygone era and look your cables coming from nami it was over it was in the middle of this goalie in the middle of nowhere oh you know and and it was the last thing he thought you would see was a manmade anything back there allow it's before you even i mean it's that strong yuding at the touch the bear meted jumped them with what the lectures steer the the the the the power arct from its live source which was at ground level is eighteen inches up into my nye in exited in nine different places and then 24 engine two thousand four her bolts who doesn't foreigner volts is sounded it felt like um.

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"eduardo" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"eduardo" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"The comments and the emotion around this man clearly proves that he's an incredible individual and incredible human being an incredible friends so to nikki into your your family we're we're all thinking about you in poland for you and hope you get through this just fine so hang in our buddy my guest this week another guy that's got an interesting story his name is edwato garcia and a new documentary just came out about not about his entire life there's a lot about his life in there but a couple of really significant moments in his life he was an upandcoming chef in in in montana had a pilot film to to to have a cooking show and was out hiking one day when he came across a live wire are actually that dead bear that had fallen on the livewire that he got too close to and literally would be basically blew his brains out it was one of the narly things the film is called charged and eduardo was was here in austin during a screening at the alamo draft house the crazy story in word intersex with mine is that while he was in the hospital being treated for these significant burns from the electrocution lo and behold they find out he has to stick your cancer and so then it is not only healing process from the burns but then tenets surgeries and multiple cycles of chemotherapy to try to save his life from that so i gotta tell you i mean sitting with word for the hour was we would an inspiring person inspiring character inspiring story and you know it's a story to that has.

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