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Chapman Gets 1st Save in Over a Month as Yanks Beat Phillies
"The Yankees are in their third straight win by belting four home runs in a six four downing of the Phillies Brett Gardner Gary Sanchez Giancarlo Stanton and Esteban Florial each hit solo homers as the Yankees prevented the film from cutting their two and a half game deficit in the NL east gardeners visiting blast put the Yankees ahead to stay New York received five strong innings from the bullpen after dimming go Herrmann gave up two runs including resize consumer Aroldis Chapman served up in the Andrew McCutchen Homer in the ninth before picking up his first save in over a month I'm Dave Ferrie
"esteban" Discussed on Poetry Unbound
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Monaco GP Qualifying Report
"And incredibly close qualifying session in. Monaco comes to an end with charlotte taking pole position and finishing his session in the wall. We knew that we were in for tight battle. After the ferraris top times. Fb to and today. We had a grouping qualifying session. This will seven different teams making indicate. Three charlotte took provisional pole after his fast with a one minute. Ten point three four six around two tenths ahead of max. V sapin without us and call signs behind as the drivers attempts to improve times in the final moments of key. Three shaw made contact with barry at the second part of the swimming pool breaking his front suspension and then ending in the barrio on the exit. The crash brought out the red flags stopping the session and putting a stop to any potential improvements. His closest rival was max and vow chery as a result show held onto the pole position as long as his gearbox does not need replacing which would penalties he was stopped p one tamar alongside max without serie and such a perez lining up on the second row land norris. Npr gasoline by in strong performances in key three managing p five m p six respectively with londonorce zero point two seven four seconds of poll. You may notice. I've not mentioned the current championship lead just yet and that is because it wasn't such a strong day for lewis hamilton who was struggling throughout the session unable to put together quick enough to be in. I shelter poll and instead off to suffering a front left lock up. Interest was three quarters of a second off of showers is time and he was stopped. P. seven tomorrow vegetables stocks. Pa with the second. Red blue sapphire peres p. Nine who run into traffic on his run on the top ten is rounded off tannoudji of nazi insecure. Three for the fast time this season we lost esteban alcon. Donald ricardo launch stroh. Kimera can and george russell in key to on especially disappointing day. Daniel ricardo who have coolest is a race went ahead and absolutely loves driving this track in q. On all of the monarchy's knocked plus robert surprising late financial alonzo. Who will stop p seventy tomorrow. Right behind yuki sonoda nickless. He feet was fortunate enough to have his cover pat in time for qualifying offer his pay three crash and he'll be starting ahead of nikki. Massive pin
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"esteban" Discussed on VUX World
"Definitely advanced wages. Actually system nozoe bryce. I didn't know it was going to be nuance but definitely this is happening over. Everybody's like wearing voice technology Would you think esteban underway surprise. Lewis twenty billion dollars. Well not the beast accusation in the market breath technology company over the last few years. It's around the biggest ones. But it's my buying so other book as a deep pockets. I think these are is gaining. Because as i say a alejandro said these on the next one a year of boys was acknowledged and about the amount of money. The i think the thing is not the mound is the person did of cries microsoft's bay for nuance that these twenty three percent because the public valuation of nuance last friday was sixty billion dollars. Microsoft bag to three percent over the those are a huge percentage very huge person jr interest in interesting. Well yes definitely interesting times but unfortunately arguably depends on which way you look at it. But that's one less speech technician technology provider on the market. Now which means that your target market has shrunk by one as it does. That's the way to we've been having conversations with the two companies about working together. We're developing bro. Possible projects definitely now. That there is under a microsoft. Well we'll do tailored our engagements further by yell that one one prospect or customer to talk with exactly on the on the other hand. You've got one other company with more requirements now which is good news so for those not familiar with a textile. Then we'll we'll get into some of these days sales around this kind of training speech recognition systems for those. That are not familiar. It'd be nice for you to give us the high level of what to do. And what problems are you trying to solve. Okay text always speech data platform to visualize lal and golic speech date for machine our in training offices that means when you are trying to do deal on to deploy speech jim and john you to training i in the language and in the exempt and in domain of the people you try to understand and do that you need training data on training day in this case. Articulates that this drone a speech that means be talking about something theis it related to volume themes saran or fooled on and so on and we provide that kind of data to our customers to quickly drain systems on understand yet their customers and so given that you saw on the side of being able to trinh speech recognition systems you inevitably have an understanding of what mix high performing speech recognition system. I know that you're doing a bit of work looking at benchmark in speech recognition providers. One hundred you mentioned that previously. Can you give us an shell. One hundred war kind of wall constitutes for good performance when it comes to speech recognition. And how are you trying to measure that when it comes to this best line in study that you've been doing some and so one constitutes good speech recognition from a perspective. We focus on what we call a word. So word error rate that is kind of the standard kid be i i bid speech recognition and transcription of voice to text us be speech to text engines. We were heavily on. We have developed some solutions that are able to benchmark the different outputs all all as our engines are a speech to text engines and that is part of our firm and that is a trigger for customers to design. What sort of models would they need to work on. Were there the language models or domain specific models like banking insurance hospitality or or working on us basically godsend or even going to more complex projects like biased projects. Shall we have the blood from that. Allows them to benchmark against several liaison companies today decisions to bench right there on day under all now put against these companies and then once they take the decision of what they need to deploy deal with us to work on. What specific needs to develop an i need customize w we're not into the off the shelf stuff. We developed a specialty product for customized data which we will do for from crowdsourcing platform that we also have developed and brian booth voice. Day done transcription. Wgn can be on. They did even sentiment. And i loaded other and so on and we will get those data sense to they..
One dead and five wounded in stabbing at Vancouver library
"A library and north Vancouver, British Columbia. Almost Michelle Esteban police say there is a man right now in custody who they believe acted alone and the motive remains unknown. One official says that man accused was taken to the hospital after he appeared to stab himself. Before he collapsed and was arrested were Northwest News an exchange of gunfire yesterday morning outside of
New Jersey and New York now reporting the highest number of Covid cases per capita
"Of new coronavirus case numbers is still on the decline. But parts of the country are seen spikes Michelle Esteban reports on the states that are still the most concerning the last week alone Krone virus cases Leveled off to an average of 55,000 new cases a day. But Michigan is now seeing a spike of more than 80%. In the last two weeks, the states of New Jersey and New York are reporting the highest number of new cases per capita.
Man, woman shot in Seattle's Lake City neighborhood
"After after a a shooting shooting in in Seattle's Seattle's Lake Lake City City neighborhood, neighborhood, according according to to Seattle Seattle Fire. Fire. A A 20 20 year year old old man man was was taken taken to to Harborview Harborview Medical Medical Center Center for for his his injuries. injuries. Ah, Ah, woman woman had had minor minor injuries injuries and and did did not not need need to to be be taken taken to to the the hospital, hospital, and we have reached out The Seattle police to find out exactly what led up to this shooting. We'll let you know as soon as we hear back comb was Michelle Esteban, a
Intelligence bulletin warns of potential for violence at Capitol on March 4
"Two months after the attack, the turned deadly at the U. S. Capitol. The nation is again on alert for more potential violence. Capitol police revealing a possible plot by a militia group to storm the U. S Capitol tomorrow, and Cuomo's Michelle Esteban reports. That alert goes for Washington State, too. We have not received any specific threats here in ST Washington WS piece, Chris Loftus says. The campus security is seen and unseen, but gone is that heavy National Guard and state Patrol presence He insists the staffing is appropriate to risk level and for now that 8 ft fence surrounding the capital and some legislative buildings will stay as will the checkpoints. Are there groups that you know that are intending to rally on the fourth? We just narrow it down to the I don't have anything that's come across my desk that said that says that we have specifics. But we always have to be aware. And FBI Seattle, also responding in a statement that reads in part, as always, FBI, Seattle is prepared to work with our partners to respond to any terrorism threat either domestic or international at this time. There is no specific, credible threat in Washington state in relation to March.
C.D.C. Panel Affirms Johnson & Johnson Vaccine, as Expected
"Against Cove. It's Saturday. A third vaccine, Como's Michelle Esteban in the FDA just granted emergency use authorization for Johnson and Johnson. Single shot vaccine. In trials that Maxine was 100% effective against hospitalizations and death and 85% effective at preventing severe illness for what happens next. So an independent advisory panel at the CDC will hold an emergency meeting to review the data. Make a public health recommendation on the use of this latest vaccine, and then as early as Monday, 3.9 million doses will be shipped out of two facilities located in Memphis in Louisville. One more step, though, is needed to that happens Monday when a coalition of Western states which includes Washington's meets to decide whether to endorse the vaccine. And
Zero COVID-19 cases at Seattle-area's long term care facilities for first time since pandemic
"Has been a year since the country learned about the first Corona virus outbreak in the nation at a Kirkland nursing home. Covert 19 ravage the Life care center this week, King County health officials announced. This is the first week without a single case reported from a long term care facility in the county since the outbreak began. Almost Michelle Esteban reports on the hope and healing. Oh, this whole week has been emotional Nurse Kathy Lombard is back where it all started. First covert 19 outbreak in the country. The first known covert death in the U. S. They're going to come back. You have no hesitation about going back. And then it is her first time back to the life care center of Kirkland in the years just to be here. And to see the people I took care of. She found one of the patients right away to sing her smile made me happy for Kathy. It is essential to remember the first victims the ones taken by Covitz. What significance does this place have for you? A lot of love. Is a lot of love shown here for the residents. One year ago, she volunteered to work inside. What had quickly become known as the epicenter of Corona virus was one of the first ones to volunteer to come here. And I'm glad I did. And she worked for the life care center in Puyallup when she learned the Kirkland facility had been ravaged by the coronavirus patients, and even more staff were testing positive here. I called here. Hey, I want to help. I want to be there helping you. Within three hours of that call. She was inside the baker unit at the life Care center assigned to 18 patients, her family and friends worried for her safety. She never got sick, right? I never really worried about. It was just too busy to even really think about it because there was work that needed to be done. Lombard knew 10 of the residents who lost their lives. It's hard. You just know that you did the best you could for them, and she could have been on the inside and seeing how hard we were working. But a federal inspection home found critical issues inspector said. Those issues put residents in immediate jeopardy and imminent danger, resulting in at least 37 deaths from the coronavirus. They were the first victims of this awful virus that we now find ourselves living in Deputy Los Angeles is mother, Twyla Ah Lifecare resident. Died in early March. Because I believe if she hadn't caught back, she'd probably still be alive. Shortly after her mom was quarantined. Debbie got the call. How did you say goodbye? I didn't. Um e say goodbye In my heart. I said goodbye better if her service that we had there just wasn't time. You're kind of helpless because you can't be there and you can't do anything for him for this on Lee Child A plea Mask up, Take precautions get vaccinated and hopefully with the vaccine. It will at least get under control or people won't die. If they get it is not for you for those you love. We do need to remember they were the first Michelle Esteban. Cooler news.
Seattle cops shoot, kill person who fired at them
"To last night's fatal officer involved shooting in the central district describe a terrifying scene. Seattle Police say they shot a man after he raised his gun and opened fire. Police were responding to a shooting call. They found two women, one dead, The other critically injured Como's Michelle Esteban has the latest neighbors. Tell me Was a terrifying scene for them. They actually heard gunshots. They saw the alleged gunman waving the gun walking around in circles and shouting that happened on the grounds of the North West African American Museum. Police found the two women in a parked car in the parking lot of the museum. They believe all three are known to one another. SPD said. Officers encounter that alleged gunman from the parking lot entrance as they approach they heard gunfire and said he raised that gun and opened fire. Now we believe multiple officers returned fire. The man has pronounced it The scene. Neighbors clearly shaken. Well, it's been hard. I mean, you know, because we're reading now we're reading about it, and people are calling us and everybody knows we live right here and it's just been. It's emotional. It's hard because I felt so sorry for him. I don't know what you do with somebody when they're coming at you shoot, you know, I mean, it's it's really sad. One neighbor said the man could be heard repeatedly shouting, It's over. This has to end and waving that gun. That man has not been identified. People in the area tell me they do know him. Those officers involved now on paid administrative leave. As for that 22 year old woman, the one I was in the hospital critically injured, she's been upgraded to satisfactory condition. Michelle Esteban Commons, Little
Inside The National Women's Hockey League's Coronavirus Bubble
"League is off to a rocky start. It just began its two weeks season in a bubble in upstate New York, and today, one team dropped out because of Corona virus infections. For another team. The tournament is a chance to win a championship that was taken away by the pandemic last year. Remember station GBH. Esteban Gusteau's has more from Boston. As the days ticked down towards the Isabel Cup final last March, the Boston Pride seemed poised to add yet another trophy to their collection with the 23 1 record, a championship felt inevitable. The only thing that could stop the hockey team, it turns out was the coronavirus. The in WHL postpone the final a day before the championship game as the sports world began so wise up to the viral threats. Eventually it got canceled altogether. Pride forward and captain Gillian Dempsey remembers the emotional elevator. As everything settled. It was starting to become more frustrating being like, Oh, man, we never We never got that chance. Now, almost a year since the team's last game, the pride or back on the ice over a two week bubble season in Lake Placid, New York. It looks like a penalty coming. Another power play coming for Boston Bubbles have become common as pro leagues navigate Cove in 19, no travel, no fans frequents covert tests and many other restrictions. Pride President Hailey Moore in the rest of the end of Uhl. The challenge of setting up the protective shell has been worthy of its own trophy. You want to be Sure that the safety of our players our staff, our fans are communities are the top priority. And as things evolved, this was really just the natural but to be able to salvage this season. At Lake Placid, the teams out to win hockey games, but players also have to carry on with their lives. Rookie forward Sammy Davis is continuing work on her doctorate degree. While she's in the bubble. Julian Dempsey teaches fifth grade. The time in New York is no vacation for them. Them seats hot remotely last fall and started hybrid classes this month in Lake Placid. She's teaching on zoom from her hotel room during the day and then taking to the ice at nights. It's a grind for two weeks. It's pretty much gonna be a game every day or every other day, and that that's a tremendous amount of hockey. With the game's underway, the pride have a chance to feel something like normal again, if just for two weeks into maybe claim a crown that never found a head to rest on last March for NPR news. I'm Esteban, who steals in Boston.
2 Seattle police officers being investigated for involvement in Capitol attack
"Seattle police officers are being investigated to determine what they were doing in Washington, D C one, a violent mob took over the U. S. Capitol. His chief Adrian de as says officers have the right to attend political protest. However, because of the deaths on Wednesday, it was very clear that I still had to make some level action to determine until until we fully determine What was actually done, He says Another employee showed him social media pictures of the officers that prompted the has to put them on leave. The Office of Police Accountability is trying to determine whether the officers took part in any of the fighting with U. S Capitol police that day. With more on the investigation into those two officers. Almost Michelle Esteban, talk to the director of the Office of Police Accountability. Andy Meyer. Burgmeier Berg says photos allegedly put the officers in D. C and they're working right now. The isolate is many third party videos as possible from the day of the attack. They'll also interviewed the officers to ask them what happened if open finds any evidence. Any officers were directly involved. You will be fired. And the information will be shared with federal officials. Both Opa and the chief say the investigation is about public trust and transparency. And it is possible that the two officers were exercising their First Amendment rights and nothing else. I did this considering that participating in a political event on their own time. Out of uniform violates no policy or law. But the chief also wants his department policies upheld. Opa is also investigating whether those officers violated SPD is professional and discretionary policies to not undermine public trust. What was the intense what was their purpose and going? I think those are the questions that we really want you Look
2 Seattle police officers being investigated for involvement in Capitol, Washington DC, attack
"At least to Seattle police officers were in Washington, D C on Wednesday is that mob stormed the U. S. Capitol this, according to police chief Adrian DS. Now the office of Police Accountability is investigating their activities, thinking they may have taken part in the riot. A statement from the chief says SPD supports lawful expressions of First Amendment rights. But the violent mob and events that unfolded to the U. S Capitol were unlawful and resulted in the death of another police officer. He goes on to say this. If any SPD officers were directly involved in the insurrection of the U. S Capitol. I will immediately terminate them. All Opa investigates. These officers have been placed on administrative leave. That's Como's Michelle Esteban.
Fire at strip mall in Seattle’s Lake City determined to be incendiary
"Mall Monday night has now been ruled arson. Almost Michelle Esteban says damages are estimated at $2 million. Just the way this strip mall fire burned, raised red flags for seasoned firefighters on it didn't take long for investigators to prove their hunt The fire that devoured seven Lake city businesses and brought down part of the roof investigators say was deliberately set. It's hard because it's like when you're in the community each other to bid and You don't have any problems with people. And then this happens. It's like you always ex wife. Will Barker's barbershop, gifted cuts and his fiancee's nail salon. We're right in the middle of the strip mall. It's not my woman. She really took it to like hard like she she was broken. Barker and his fiancee got there right after it started, But there was nothing anyone could do. Minutes before the fire. Seattle police got a burglary call. Witnesses saw people running away. Shell Esteban Common News.
"esteban" Discussed on KOMO
"Kelly Blier In the headlines, Democrats are cheering Joe Biden's pick for Treasury secretary. The president elect has reportedly chosen federal former Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen, who would be the first woman to lead the department. Senator Elizabeth Warren called her an outstanding choice, adding that she is smart and tough. More 737 MAX airliners for Seattle based Alaska Airlines, a company is saying that it will sell Airbus a three twenties today released Corporation and then leaves 13 new Boeing 7379 Max aircraft from them delivery date late next year. Last week, the FAA gave clearance to the Max to fly again after two deadly crashes. Coronavirus hospitalizations in our state right now are at an all time high. Cuomo's Michelle Esteban tracks this concerning developments. 7 84. That staggering number is the count of covert patients hospitalized in our state. Covert tracking project says it is an all time high since the pandemic began. Staff is the issue. So hospitals are starting to move staff from regular care in ties you care because they need more staff in ICU. Cassie Sour is CEO with the Washington State Hospital Association. Their members include every hospital in the state. We saw quite a lot of growth of code hospitalizations over the weekend, or ice views are very fall so far. Our state's hospitals, including CH I, Franciscan Have totaled 9765 hospitalizations. The man seemed to get higher every day and Thursdays holiday is looming. Thanksgiving has the potential to be an absolute disaster. Unless our says we mask up and limit Thanksgiving gatherings to the people we live with. But she says covert fatigue and case transit forced hospital CEOs to work together. To cut back on non urgent procedures so beds could be available for covert patients elected beings that it's scheduled. It doesn't mean it's not serious, and so if you have a slower growing cancer, you may be postponed for your surgery, and I can't imagine how stressful that would be. You've done Medicine and Valley Medical Center and rented are looking at rescheduling non emergency inpatient procedures once they stressed with no harm to patients. Providence and ever it is not scheduling any new elective surgeries with ICUs stays right now the state's largest icy user and 80% capacity. Some are less thief sides over Lake Is it 67% capacity and currently not even postponing any surgeries. Thanksgiving is coming. What they need is for you to stay home and not get sick so they don't have to take care of you. That is the single greatest act of support for health care workers and hospitals are stretching. If you have an urgent need, they do want you to come to the hospital there, Not at that point. You should definitely seek treatment. The best thing, though, that we can all do when it comes to Thanksgiving is limit those gatherings to the people. We live with. Michelle Esteban, common use Well, there is encouraging news about yet another covert vaccine today, Sara Lee Kessler with the updates first Madonna and five, sir. Now AstraZeneca's saying it has a safe and highly effective covert 19 vaccine. Doctor, David Navarro of the World Health Organization says it's exciting news. It's a vaccine that couldn't be stored it FRIDGE temperature for longer periods. It's a vaccine that has high effectiveness when full doses were given a few weeks apart. The vaccine prevented 70% of people from developing Cove it Madonna and Foster's say their vaccine is about 95% effective surgeon general Dr Jerome Adams. The most reassuring thing I can say to you, America is that when they tell me that I could get the vaccine, I will get it because I know that's the best way to protect myself. And to protect my family and my community. Cultured vaccine will be offered the high risk people first, including health care workers starting in December. That report from Sara Lee Kessler, and, of course, said, had big.
Baby Yoda Is Heading To The International Space Station And He's Got A Really Important Job To Do
"Aboard the space X dragon have now revealed to us the zero G indicator. And it looked like a little baby Oda. Yeah, Yep. Before astronauts have blasted off last night to the international space station brought a baby Yoda doll on board with them from the Disney plus series, The man DeLorean. It's the gravity indicator. So that means when baby Yoda floats in the air, the Esteban Astronauts know they have reached zero gravity. And have a
Why contact tracing is critical
"Public health officials say the growing White House outbreak underscores why contact tracing is so critical Almost Michelle Esteban is digging into our state is doing in that area and spoke with Colonel Kevin McMahon of the National Guard in charge of contact tracing in our state. I talked to the Department of Health when it comes to that contact tracing They say that they have work to do. They're not where they want to be. And it is a massive mission. You have to remember. We've got over 89,000 cases since the pandemic began, and we really should talk about what is contact tracing. Since the onset of the pandemic. Our state Department of Health has led an effort to contact every person has positive in our state with a goal to do that, for 90% of the cases within 24 hours of test results. We're not their recent example. Just last month of department health reach 49% of those cases within 24 hours, and then two weeks later up to 65%. They do expect improvement, and that really is just a fraction of the tracing that's done in our state. The bulk of all the contact tracing is actually done by local health departments. And right now the state still working on how to track that data. From all of the county health department. Contact Tracing can happen when someone test positive that triggers the process. State team members the National Guard, They'll call you the request contact information for all your close contacts. That is someone who was within 6 FT. For 15 minutes or more of you to let them know that they may have been exposed and they should get tested. They're encouraged to stay home or watch for symptoms for 14 days. I'll just remind you that this is all voluntary. The information is private Washington National Guard alone says since May, it has made 16,480 calls. That's just a small sample of those contacted. But it is telling, says the commander who is overseeing the state's part of the mission tells me that there's a need and we've got to continue to press hard in this. We've got to continue to mitigate the overall impact to covet. S so that we can ensure that our state and especially its citizens are healthy and are able to return to their lives. It is why the state secretary of health urging all Washingtonians to answer or call back right away if they are contacted by public health,
Senate Holds Confirmation Hearing For Trump's New Pick For Ambassador To Ukraine
"Update now on two important diplomatic vacancies. One is the post of U. S ambassador to the Ukraine. The last woman who held that Senate confirmed job was a central figure in President Trump's impeachment. And now the president's pick for the job is facing some lingering question in his own confirmation hearing. NPR's Michelle Kelemen reports President Trump's ouster of the ambassador to Ukraine featured prominently in his impeachment trial. Marie Ivanovich face to smear campaign by Trump's private lawyer Rudy Giuliani, who had been pressing Ukraine to get dirt on Vice President Joe Biden. Senator Bob Menendez, the ranking Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee, says that's still happening. Giuliani Esteban, Savory Ukrainian characters have not let up their efforts to use Ukraine to interfere in U. S politics. Others in the Senate seem intent on amplifying their efforts. Menendez wants the new nominee, retired Lieutenant general Keith Dayton, to avoid playing into this and avoid any meetings with Giuliani. Senator I'm not going to commit to that, because I believe that as an ambassador, I would have the obligation to meet with any U S citizen and hear them out. It was a home. Dayton has been a defense attache in Moscow, a security advisor for the U. S on the Israeli Palestinian conflict, and, in recent years has run the George Marshall European Center for Security Studies in Germany. He's well versed on Ukraine, but his answers frustrated both Menendez and another Democrat Chris Murphy. So at the end of the hearing, he did offer this reassurance. Ify is the U. S ambassador and key Have any indication that there is any kind of election interference going on using Ukraine as a azalea ever to do that? I would, of course, report that directly to this committee. I think you have a right to know that I think I have an obligation to report that to Dayton says his priorities in the country, if confirmed, would be to help Ukraine fight corruption and beef up Ukraine's Navy and Air force. Next door in Belarus. The U. S is reviving diplomatic relations in part because of Russia's aggression. In Ukraine. Career diplomat Julie Fisher has been tapped to run the U. S embassy in Minsk. Our relationship with Belarus languish for more than a decade. But after Russia's illegal seizure and occupation of Crimea, and it's manufactured war in Ukraine stone best region, we began to see signs of interest from the Belarussian sign. Belarus recently bought US crude oil to decrease its dependence on Russia and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Minsk earlier this year. But the's warming ties will be tested by an election this Sunday, and Fisher face questions about that the first component to ensuring that we can continue to grow this relationship. Not see steps backward in the conduct of this presidential election. The long time ruler Alexander Lukashenko is facing a united opposition in the run up to this election, and his regime has been cracking down. There will be no international monitors, though Fisher says the U. S embassy will be watching the vote closely. What we are trying to get Johnny is basically to ensure that there is space to ensure their space for more than one voice. In this country. Lukashenko kicked out the less U. S ambassador to Belarus in 2008 after the US accused his government of human rights violations and tighten sanctions. Michelle Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington
Defunding Seattle police debate continues ahead of budget
"That's how many people have said no to DE funding Seattle police in the last two days comes, Michelle Esteban says it's part of of a a petition petition by by the the police police union union that that says, says, cutting cutting the the police police budget budget by by 50%. 50%. Will Will decimate decimate public public safety. safety. Here Here is is the the simple simple math. math. We We know know this this for for certain certain that that 80% 80% of the police budget pays for officer's salaries. So the police chief as well as the police union will tell you if you cut that in half. You're going to lose hundreds of officers, and we're hearing anywhere from 700 to 800 could potentially be fired. The Seattle police officers go president told me he gets it. People want reform and they work for the people. So we've got to make some reform here, but he calls de funding the department by 50%. Just unrealistic and political. If council approves of 50% cut in this year's budget, they allege again, it would meet 800 officers would be fired. That's 800 out of 1300. And they argue, it would mean longer Wait times for 911 calls and an increase in crime. The chair as Chop failed experiment. Would look like child's play compared to cutting up to 800 officers from the SPD due to the council's naive and dangerous proposal to remove 50% of a budget. Who will answer that night. No one call. You're gonna wait. We gonna wait and wait and wait. The mayor has called for a 5% cut to this year's budget, or $20 million cut. But right now we know seven of nine council members have pledged to support a goal of cutting the police budget this year by 50% but it is a work in progress. And they're taking in a lot of input. So now really is the time for counsel to hear from you. The chief has also been on the record, saying that these kinds of cuts would actually decimate public safety. That's commas. Michelle
"esteban" Discussed on KOMO
"Michelle Esteban right in the thick of Saturday's riot with Seattle law student Alexander Chen. What I saw was the use of force against a lot of people who really weren't being violent at all. Jen, whose first time ever protest Ng was after George Floyd's death. Set on top of being peaceful. She insists police gave no dispersal order morning. I also was hit by a few pieces of shrapnel, thankfully, nothing serious. It shouldn't be dangerous to come out of protest. But that is exactly what this lawsuit filed by the EU on behalf of black lives matters and plaintiffs like Chen alleges people who had done nothing at all and who weren't suspected of having done anything. Being injured. Specifically, it alleges that SPD is use of force was excessive and violated a recent court injunction, which prohibits SPD from indiscriminate use of their crowd control weapons, including tear gas, pepper spray blast balls and flash bangs. They have to be used against a really specific target. The suit wants SPD held in contempt and says quote this conduct is wrong even in the absence of a court order, But here it is especially troubling, giving the court's clear guidance that peaceful protest. Stires must not be targeted. I don't think that we should all be gassed for one or two people's actions of the police chief won't talk about it. Her staff said she can't comment on pending litigation. But ESPYs Chris Fischer said this during an online town hall Monday night, with this demonstration clear that became a riot. Then SPD had to step in and engage the crowd and try to regain control. 24 people, including legal observers are regular demonstrations to ensure protesters. Get to exercise their First Amendment rights insist they were ambushed by police.
Seattle City Council debates how to defund police department
"Seattle City Council is wrapping up debates and public input about slashing police funding by 50% more from comas met mark of it. A council heard from two groups that the council members of majority of them have pledged to listen to They have their considerations heard as council members debate on how to defund SPD this year. Now Mayor Durkin is asking for a 5% or $20 million cut for the remainder of 2020. Counsel in the group that air listening to decriminalize. Seattle is asking for Maur this year and definitely at least 50% for next year. And they're talking about a phased approach. Now that what could be really wound down this year, the presenter said. The investment into alternative policing needs to be made. Later this year really have to get out of this paradigm. A believing criminalization. Our response to harm with armed officers is the appropriate response. We know that it's not a had a police chief Carmen best. Tells Cuomo's Michelle Esteban that a cut of 50% would be irresponsible and reckless, she said. If those 50% cuts go through, it would quote unquote decimate public safety and community safety. Here in the city, we cannot lay off. 700 officers and expect to remain safe in the city of Seattle. When seven of nine council members say they support cutting ESPYs budget by 50% and those same council members were meeting to discuss proposed cuts. Chief best made sure she was heard to sitting down for a one on one to say no one asked her, though one's contacting me from the council to talk about what would be a rational thought out plan. The city's top cop says that a 50% cut this year would be quote unquote catastrophic to public safety.
"esteban" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Single what all of this industry also there you go see celebrities they're just like us the real stupid yeah yeah right after I don't you know I don't know you know the mornings on the twenty what did at there's nothing at this Esteban our do you know you're calling a senior living facility yeah of course I know that my name is Esteban I make music for the masses in all like the popular music the stuff for people to dance to okay yeah great yeah so anyway I saw online you put that ad regarding for like activities for the ALDS you know yeah this is but this is for older adults yeah the all do you not like I want to entertain them joke no I saw the ad on line so I thought I will call up you know try to do it hello my god you're actually serious yeah okay there's an actual process to do this you have to submit something online but I don't know who you are yeah yeah I know I said that but you know like a bomb do you okay well a lady you know I mean like I could live up to its whatever but I just saying like I'm a go getter you know so I figured I'd just call up I'm ready to rock the microphone for all the ground is the ground policy now you have to apply online and you're going to have to be a little bit more respectful we don't go by grannies and grandpas and I don't go by using what alien you're not signing up for like offended or whatever you know like I had a grinding out a ground ball so I just column that sometimes you know the basically I know you're looking for people to entertain the olds and I think I could do it first of all we don't work for TI eighty people here at old I'll let you call on them because like they all drank not now they're not old they're adults well yeah okay okay what the stakeholder and old and old are not the same thing okay what I was just thinking you know because they like the old so I just figured they'll go by the old but that's cool I don't they don't they don't they go by older adults or to go back a few years and regardless of that follow the products that like everybody else you have to submit something online just like anybody in here what if I just going to give you a hot sample no I don't need a hot what what what is the hot you're not I just like food you know like Hey you got to just all right they stand there with a hot sample you never turn that down I have a high turn it down actually all the time all of the like the wind because I never turned on a hot sample so I just give you a hot sample you tell me what thanks you know I don't actually have time for this right our latest all ladies H. all letters you can't read this I want you to have my bed this letters all letters I want you to have My Baby are you yeah like you know they'll that night okay yep that's the boys tried to give them a compliment you know like I feel I don't that's not a compliment that's not a compliment already there's a so many parts of the federal yeah but like anyway you know they know that old you know but when I tried to say like in my art is like a you all but I still you know I would give it to you you know like I don't want to hear that no one wants to hear that and no one wants you have to be given to them or whatever it is that's not a compliment but like they want to feel sexy do you not like no not now don't go away all girls all girls each kiss my lips I like you an artificial hips Hey you know no no okay you obviously have never worked with anyone who is older because you dont but not everybody an artificial hip and we want to keep your legs you're like a border here actually not even bordering on sexual harassment you're not just like my art to my music scene that's just how I roll you know like I can I can myself fell down well then you don't we don't need anything that doesn't can't be held down here at your center I think I think you're wrong I think you don't not because like I lost some blood work here and I think you're just calling up and speaking about yourself in the third person I think I know about this one okay here we go all dudes all dudes are you ready for sama touch I got you some **** so you can have a bona and I don't know no I don't even have to understand what you're saying I was saying like I get on **** and then you know no no no no no I do you know the problem is maybe you little to turn on my music yes yes actually the big problem here is that I am so turned on right I don't think I can get to be in the room yeah maybe lightly actually I don't think it would be fair to all the people here because I'm just gonna be sitting there cream in the seat yeah yeah it's not like I can tell you know like are you gonna do is take a deep breath do not I mean just like relax okay I would like our cats scarred although I'm I don't even know like I never had one of those I never had our cats yeah you get you want to give me a Skarga out so I don't have time for this okay I am getting off the phone with you right now it was not done because like I gotta tell you it's a prank call that's all tweet what okay your co worker Emily set you up already she said you're looking for entertainers at the senior home run and want me to mess with you I'm thinking what the hell is wrong with this guy.
"esteban" Discussed on SF Ballet Blog
"I I like this this version of Cinderella. Because I feel like it. It makes them more. Approachable makes it. Of course there's elements of like a fairy tale. But but I think Chris did a really good job in humanizing the story in making more relatable in in a way more more possible I think it's it's great that the you kind of get a short insight into what the main characters lives were like children and I think that adds a different layer for people to connect to it and it kind of removes that That idea for such a long time. Disney movies enabled for a long time. Because it was like you meet the Prince. You get married. You don't know anything else. And then that's it like happy happy ending and and so I think like even if it's very brief the fact that Cinderella and the prince meet in the first stacked and not under the circumstances of like Cinderella He. They meet US people. I think that that that to me makes it makes it more real. You get not so a not so shallow version of the of the story. It's not about him. Being apprentice about who he is as a person. My my role in the ballets is kind of. I'm kind of his his side kick. I I. I'm not quite I don't quite understand The responsibility that he he has and the the importance of both of his decisions you know and why he needs to meet a girl minority like when he can just we can just keep running around causing trouble You know like why why? Why does he need that So I don't know I have fun kind of playing this guy that he's just he's just having a good time. He's trying to enjoy a life. I think and once his friend along along for the ride but I think I I also understand and am supportive of him whenever he does find someone someone that he actually likes. You have another all coming up which you're somewhat mischievous in midsummer night's dream As puck and it's been interesting seeing the different interpretations of different dancers put into that role. Because it's so mysterious you. How much room is there for that? In a Sandy Jennings. Who can set it? Set the battle for us. She was very good at explaining. The base of WHO PUCK is but also left. Us quite a lot of room for interpretation. You know it wasn't ever something that was like has to be like this and it has to be like that and you're supposed to be like this and And I love that because I think it allows us to use our nation and use whatever we know about the role or don't to our to our advantage. I think you can. You can create more genuine characters that way because and in a way make them more relatable to audiences because it's not just this This character that you're playing. You're you're also putting part of yourself into it and in that way you become i. It's not so much me as puck but me in that setting with the abilities. That puck has all of that but using my own experience in my own imagination to to think like. Oh we'll what what would I do if I because character the guy I I guess you could say. I'm somewhat mischievous so so it's not too difficult to to Magin so it was it was It was fun. It was a lot of fun to get to explore that that role but also the role of of. Auber on because I I am learning both and to get to perform both roles and to see the contrast between the two of them and also have to switch between one or the other. It was really fun. It was really fun. Can Open it up now for questions from the audience. If you have anything that you'd like to ask the question here is what is your dream role. I mean there are a lot of things that I would like to. Dansk of the top of my head. I would say there has always been a ballet. That I've always wanted to to try out. I think the role of solar would be a great But I also I would like to do something that is it. Doesn't that doesn't quite suit me that it's not who you like. If you saw me you would not expect me to play that part. I think that's important as Sedan. Sir To feel like you can become anybody I think any of us can become anybody Given the given the chance I think So things like like Romeo in Romeo and Juliet or even six credence on lake. Which you you wonder what the supremes look like. Well Prince could look any way just like a princess could look any way villain could look like the nicest guy ever you know so. I think that's one of the most special things about dance. Is that you you get the chance to become anybody you want to be. You probably have time for one more question to do anything else. Besides vise why should I have two dogs so that takes up a lot of three time? I I like to read. I used to play the piano when I was when I was a kid and I I really not just because I am a dancer but I really love classical music So anytime I get to sit on the piano or at the piano and play whatever I can remember it makes me feel makes me feel good people. Ask Me what I would do if I was not a ballet dancer and I would have loved to be able to be concert pianist. I think that would just be It would be amazing to have to be able to a piano and just play amazing music. I think that would be amazing. Thank you so much really enjoyed. Thanks for listening to San Francisco. Ballet's meet the artists podcast for more podcasts and other audience engagement programmes Checkout Ballet Dot. Org or your favorite podcast player..
"esteban" Discussed on KOMO
"Would have to be cleared a job experts only could take at least two months they also learn they have to do maintenance without logging road before could even handle traffic so nothing happening fast here it's been nearly two weeks since heavy rains brought down part of their main road limiting it to just eighteen vehicles quads were people walking because it's a private road property owners like Doug Smith and been out here every day doing the work to keep it from sliding even more we'll have to get get the road short of you to heal shored up and well the road plan is to get our temporary road behind the old ways S. or slide residents say they are waiting on bids for that temporary road and the name roe initially thought to be about a million Bucks to repair it reports now coming in much higher Michelle Esteban's in the world lost our ground engineers spent the day examining state route two oh three you Wednesday there are huge cracks in the pavement north the still water hill road between carnation devol slow moving sliders because the pavement to separate there are is a find the inch gap then the blacktop sluggers are alternating traffic in each direction until further notice the changes to the city streets follow the demolition of the Alaskan way viaduct now include a new bus route to and from the ferry dock it was Ryan Harris tells us why officials call it a seamless transition there's no more Columbia street viaduct ramp now what you have is one of the westbound lanes for bosses only to Coleman dock and the only eastbound lane away from the dock also painted red the idea is to help loosen up twelve king county metro bus routes to and from west Seattle Burien in white center but also for that easy transition from a boat to a boss or light rail state ferries director Raimi's garden says ten million people a year come through Coleman Dr.
"esteban" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"He's responsible double for pure solution strategy market development and thought leadership in that area of healthcare in addition to the traditional areas of enterprise. Imaging he focuses. This is on the intersection of artificial intelligence and medical imaging with particular emphasis on the role that it infrastructure plays on both research and translational translational applications. He has spoken at A. I an imaging at the National Hymns Conference regional chapters. Ai Med among other well known conferences. He's got almost twenty years of experience in the storage industry and fifteen plus years experience in healthcare tech. Really looking forward to having having a discussion with him here today and as you guys know we we sort of took on this new approach. We're going to be telling stories. Success Stories and healthier stories and today Esteban is our hero of the story but before we walk through this I want to just open up the mic to him to Welcome welcome Stella. Thanks all really the great being here. Yeah it's a it's a pleasure to have you so tell me a little bit about why you decided to get into healthcare why storage why flash storage edge anymore about that. It's interesting and also somewhat security say was born in Argentina in a pretty family. My father's cardiologists this is my grandfather was a cardiology by. I was kind of the black sheep in that sense in that I didn't want to be a physician immediately. I was more drawn to science science math so I ended up getting a scholarship for college in the US. I studied your math but but I always had something going on with medicine so I became basically. MP In college we had a volunteer squad and so that was so a great way to do both things they face I was been a geek mostly. I uh-huh that everything else second so I got into startups. Even though I lived in Vermont Than You Hampshire. I got into data storage storage with an Australian company. Actually did solid state storage apply. -nology I or a and that was somewhat goes at although that. Set me up for for this path where I did storage for years startups. Then I went to work for one one of the pacts vendors. They were looking for storage key to help them out and their their customers with storage of course very important to have good storage and plenty of storage. When you're doing paxson accident in Vienna embracing all the traditional imaging applications in healthcare and then after a few years I basically came home back to Storage at pure pure called. And I just couldn't say no you're an amazing company doing things in different way. It's been a wild ride and we're just getting started so it's been pretty he. Also that's brilliant man by the way I have a soft spot for Argentina. I been many many times. I did a stint in And Matt Device Where where I was managing Latin America and spent many times when a seitis loved it there? What hospital the Jura folks practicing a lot of public hospitals private the call you know authority S.? There's certainly I can't recall.
"esteban" Discussed on KOMO
"A conditional Esteban communist and we check in with you Jordan for another como triple a traffic update we don't have any current locking problems but we have a lot of heavy slow dries will start up north to south MI five is going to be struggling through most of merry still at this point then your next round of delays starts a bit north of the Boeing freeway and it's often on slowing most of the way through shoreline at this point north and I find that is heavy into a coma from highway sixteen two River Road we're going to be back on those breaks at highway eighteen and staying so all the way through seatac the Seattle drive that's a busy one from Alberta toward Seneca east down five twelve that is very heavy itself from the mall the pioneer north at one six seven it's not too bad right now in the summer area it will be quite slow though from fifteen street southwest toward Willis street north bound for five is creeping along from the valley freeway to forty fourth south bound for five is now filling in out of alder wood in quite slow again from state route five to seven to five two two our next call much traffic at six twenty four not traffic updates sponsored by terra firma foundation systems what basement walls musty odors and sweating windows could be size of water in your basement or crawlspace don't let water damage your home terra firma foundation systems your waterproofing experts visit them at gold terra firma dot com rain this morning asked after the scattered showers for the afternoon hours high fifty today we're gonna be cloudy overnight with some fog rolling in you'll see fog tomorrow morning but said that a nice day partly sunny mid fifties into the upper fifties with partly sunny skies on Thursday.
"esteban" Discussed on KOMO
"That's komo's Michelle Esteban reporting. Komo news time is four thirty nine. The King County sheriff's office is waiting to talk to the family of three people killed in some Amish before releasing more details on what happened Tuesday a couple in their late sixties and early seventies. And their thirty four year old son rebound shot to death in a home in the hunting. Neighborhood vista. Gators are calling it a murder suicide. Investigators say a massive fire and the ever last fall. All was started intentionally the fire began outside the Judd and black appliance store on September twenty second team of fire. Investigators rule it as arson. Detectives say they followed up on leads a possible suspects. But right now, no arrests have been made at a new state report says despite two decades of recovery efforts. Some salmon runs are still declining. The report released Wednesday by governor Inslee salmon recovery office found that in most of the state salmon populations are below recovery goals. Komo news time is now four forty Tom. Check the Harley exterior sports desk. Here's komo's art Sanders. Huskies are back home for two conference games. Three pack twelve play. The dogs will host the bay area. School Stanford comes into heck Ed tonight. Cal will be on montlake Saturday afternoon. Seahawks. Linebacker Michael kendricks was supposed to be sentenced for insider trading later this month. Now, Kendrick sentencing has been delayed until April Pete Carroll said they would like to have Kendrick back next season, buddy. It'll be a free agent March thirteenth. They could sign him. But then. They'd be on the hook. If he was sentenced to jail, and there's a chance he won't do any jail time. Pete carroll. Also needs new strength and conditioning. Coach number reports indicate former U dub strength coach Ivan Lewis will be moving back to the north west from USC who has got his start in coaching at Mount Sinai high school in two thousand art Sanders at your home of the huskies, KOMO news. Coming up in three minutes. Another check on traffic. Komo news. Time is four forty one loss. It keeps savings on new.
"esteban" Discussed on KOMO
"Most. Komo's Michelle Esteban with that story wanted to come back out we found Erica wolf kill right where she was Sunday inner yard figuring out her next move out. So many people out loving me and calling me and word spread quickly in this Kirkland neighborhood that her house was split in half by a giant Doug fir and as fast as the tree came down. Neighbors like Evelyn and Pam rushed in to help. I think all those helping hand salvage and cleaned. It was safe to do inside the trees and debris hauled away the holes in the roof. For now protected with a tarp, and Eric is being housed and fed by neighbors and family. Do I had no clue but stepping inside the only home she's known for fifty one years it hits her. No. Lots of neighbors friends. Wonderful. Wonderful to be the hard part. Now, she's in a holding pattern. The tree can only be removed by crane cutting it up without that support could damage the house more the seventy eight year old is hoping kindness will strike again. Enter tree cutter, we'll find a crane soon. It's a scattered believe. There's tomorrow's gonna be better. Tomorrow is going to be wonderful at crane so important because her house is not safe to live in until this tree is gone. And from what we've learned cranes really hard to come by Michelle Esteban. It's nine ten the Harley exteriors sports desk, we go as the huskies will be searching for another wide receivers. Coach Mike lubick announcing yesterday, he'll leave for a business opportunity. Coach Chris Peterson will hunter for his fourth wide receivers. Coach in his six years on montlake, all sagacity cornerback. Byron Murphy will pass it as final two years of eligibility to make himself eligible for the NFL draft, husky hoops, a coach's shows tonight women's coach Jody Wynn men's coach Mike Hopkins as it look at the week ahead in Pac twelve play. It all starts at six o'clock. And of course, college football crowning a new champion last night with Clemson hammering Alabama forty four to sixteen. We check sports at ten and forty paths tower on the home of the huskies, updating traffic and weather next. Komo news time nine eleven. A federal judge denies bail for a suspect suspect accused of joining. The DA to help drug dealers district judge Jesse Furman denied bail for Fernando Gomez who faces charges that he joined the Drug Enforcement Administration as a double agent to help drug dealers evade the law Gomez who forty one is to be tried in September on charges that could put him in prison for life. The judge said the level of deviousness he exhibited in the DA make him a flight risk. His defense. Lawyer argued the Gomez knew about the investigation of him and could have fled before being arrested. If he wanted to prosecutors say he worked for a gang that sent cocaine to the Bronx and guns to Puerto Rico, Warren Levinson, New York, well, some years CAS, the annual consumer electronics extravaganza in Las Vegas is all about bigger, clearer. TV's this year's focus on more on speed as we hear from ABC data. Alex stone for the show right now. Your smartphone is probably a four g phone. Twenty nineteen is expected to be a year of five G, which means not only faster mobile browsing downloading, but all kinds of other possibilities being.
"esteban" Discussed on The Sicario Effect
"Two hundred dollars per month until later as you know, he's very very easy while they are going to choose. And the thing the thing about this about the drug thing is that I have heard this argument many times. Why are these drug dealer going to stop dealing with drugs? Just because they are some people in United States, you know, getting drug getting tight. Just because of that on. So it is very very weary on moral thing. Also, because they're these people that does the don't have, you know, many opportunities. There are no starving. They have your potatoes, and they can help, you know, they like they won the the Ferrari they could have you know, like like policies will have their own. So you know, they will have a bacteria tiger. If they want the have, you know, a big costal just dealing with drugs and on we are telling them don't do it. Don't do it. Just because drugs are bad because Rex people's lie. Yeah. And those kind of things and the other the other thing that I would like to I want to talk about this for me. This is the most important thing is this. Someone in France or in the United States. Bice coke just because they he wants to have fun. To hide on. Okay. I'm your party. And you have you want George yourself and everything, but you only realized that the money that you are paying for the that routes is killing people in Colombia. So, and that's a very very very very hypoc hypoc book. Because you know, the people that consume drugs. Nobody says I can do in my Bollywood widowed. I want and I mean, it's too Isto. I'm really that. But the thing is that. But you are sending money to kill guys. Okay. People in Kentucky that doesn't care because he's Columbia ally. You know, like the Congo on those kind of things. So to me the problem for me. The problem is is very complex going back to our subject. Just looking here at some of the questions that I had asked him. I said, do you think that the narcos do they have a responsibility to talk about their crimes so that they can allow people to move past it, I know that sounds weird. Probably what you mean, they just they one big problem and in contres the have been suffering Columbia. This kind of problems is that there is a lot of uncertainty about things that happened. That of people that don't know what happened with their France for their families. So they went out of this appearance. And that kind of things I don't know if that's the question that you're arrest. But they know a lot of things that happened the narcos unday guerrillas on everything involving were she'll tell the people what they did another because not only well what they do. I mean things that we don't know how happened hold of things happening because I know that there are a lot of people trying to find their tips from those times that they don't have answer. Really? Yeah. Yeah. Because it's just disappeared they disappeared. Wow. Well, you after you know, after thirty years, you realize that the debt, but you know, where anyone? On a somewhat happened have closure. Yeah. That that that kind of closure is very important. Yeah. There are a lot of people that did they know they are going to find him alive by at least they want to know what happened. So a lot of these guys have been either serve time in jail and are out now like Popeye or some are still in jail, but have tried writing books the ones in jail in Colombia at least. And other people related connected to the cartel. But the thing specifically with Popeye is. Yes. It's important to know what happened, but it while at the same time he's getting this from on YouTube and on Instagram Twitter, you know, selling t shirts now that say flattop Lomo. Yeah, he's not a reliable source right now. There's a problem because you it will be nice to us them, for example, who killed I don't know how how was the process of of the the taken of the Pasha host Asia who just how how how how was the the whole the whole negotiation who was involved in that kind of things. So. I don't know if he's going to tell because you know, he doesn't want to get involving crimes that he he wasn't. He was in. He was cute. Right. But he was only persecuted for I forget the crime..
"esteban" Discussed on The Sicario Effect
"Well, had they taken that deal. It will what would have happened. You will legitimise the the drug dealing thing. So I if I think really we say legitimized didn't think you mean legitimize would know what he had done. You know, because you is like I said this is not good money. We. So that that sends a very. Complex message. You know to the big teams. To to Columbia because you know, like like, you know, receiving money from your Chaz Manson, okay was hard your moral thing here on the other problem to me in this is more practical thing United States. So it was you that will be that could be something good. If within cop, you know, if we don't have, you know, the relationship with other countries in the business. So I don't know what could happen with with the relationship you because you know, the they call the Plan Colombia is this very big thing. Very well extremes relationship, it could be in Colombian and United States. So I don't know I'm pro-. I'm maybe the other thing that for me coup happen who have happened is that? We will have created more palace cards more. Sure. Because you can't you can elect the like these measure saying that. You can wear you want. But if you give money to the government to Colombian, you're going to be fine. And that's been very dangerous. You know, you know, in Afghanistan now statistic could have changed. But this was the case at least a few years ago, poppy production, you know, which is a hair. Accounted for forty. I think it was forty percent of their economy. Now. The US wants him to what's these farmers to stop doing it and everything and I. Forty percent, you cut that part out of their economy. It's gonna collapse. Yeah. It's gonna collapse can get worse than this now. And they send the helping with Columbia when they started, you know, trying to to change the the the farming the drug firm, you know, to another two different products to you know, to earn all of the call that by mental state. You know, they're trying to on the deals. But the thing for them is that okay? If I if I if I win if I have received no ten thousand dollars per month dealing with drugs, and they ain't going to receive..
"esteban" Discussed on The Sicario Effect
"Episode thirteen Esteban Columbia's challenging of all the places I've been there's way more going on underneath the surface in just when you think you have an understanding of something boom. It turns out the other way. And you knew nothing the man who helped me navigate so much of this is my good friend Esteban arose co a natural storyteller. He was born and raised in Columbia Esteban along with his brother on Felipe are a formidable writer director duo their feature films of Fennell della spectral at the end of the spectrum and saluda at the Oslo Demi birthday, greetings to the devil. Starring Edgar Ramirez. We're both critically acclaimed and box office success in their native Columbia a couple of years ago. The emigrated to Los Angeles Esteban is chief international recognition as a writer on the critically acclaimed hit Netflix series of Chapo, he most recently was a writer on the Netflix. Series this three Tercel or savage district and AA a feature film directed by Colombian filmmaker Philippi Martinez. When I got back from dean, I told Esteban. I wanted to sit down with him. I thought he could help me process. Everything we set a time to get together. I had no idea that only a few days earlier pilot once again being the headlines our conversation took place in December twelfth two thousand seventeen just a few days after the police arrested one Carlos Mesa and attain. Pop right is birthday party. Alias Tom's arrest and Popeye's presence at the party had thrown everything into question. So okay over the weekend. On early hours of Saturday morning. The police raided a hotel in somewhere mitigating in knowing the place called. Yeah. Okay. Well, I think anyway, he this guy was having his fiftieth birthday party turns out to be a guy called one Carlos Mesa, aka, Tom. Which in the aliases of drug dealers. That's a great one Elliot's during the Russian. Yeah. Dumb. So Ilias Tom was was arrested. And in the raid. It was called operation omega launched by the Colombian police. They had been tracking him for a while. Now, he's high on the list of extraditables from Columbia. Meanwhile, at the birthday party is who guess who's there? So this all of a sudden lead to this flurry of media about he's breaking his parole or the conditions of his release by associated with non-criminals so pub, I tweeted out all these bad things like sort of challenges to the government, including one of them is it. Yeah. You need my help. Guess what? I'm not going to help you anymore. Just a bunch of stuff. You know, is it a crime to be at a birthday party? You know, sort of like taunting the government no way. Yeah. Okay. This is not the stuff that I really want to talk about today. But I'm it's hard not to. Mention it even just because we're here, you know, Columbia have been in that situation many times strategic up to someone than they are looking for on. The thing is that there are a lot of people in those places, and you cannot prosecute secure. Everyone around because we don't have the the resources for doing that. Normally you find, you know, the wive the sisters their songs, so so that became a big problem many years ago, so probably they don't they don't yet. Like are. No, the war is they don't. The process everywhere that isn't that in that places on now, they probably are doing that. Because they want to is there on he's always like rockstar on everything. Yeah. There's something that probably is part of our history. What I'm learning? Now, what I'm seeing now is as I get deeper and deeper into this like even reading more stuff this weekend. Because of what happened to Papa? I for the first time I learned about the office. Sina the envy Gallo. But if it's the I didn't know that I had not read anything about it. I didn't in the irony was I didn't learn anything about that in Columbia either. I learned when I came back is this what happened in the marine Kotel. Learn a lot, you know, when after Paolo everywhere, everybody say that the not coastguard more more. Sophisticated or more educated. You know, the there were some of them were where the songs of narcos. Yeah. So they went to got enough higher bar our jail or something like that. So they they started dealing with drugs. Really? They're not as big an organization as the meeting Kotel was because the reach can't be as big happy..
"esteban" Discussed on WorkLife with Adam Grant
"Everybody counted on our team what does that mean every esteban where everybody got to be leaders every everybody has lead not just the seniors not just any they they expected everyone to communicate and talk being part of team where everyone takes ownership of their role sounds great if you're a winning but where you really see character is how people behave when the chips are down when you're losing it's tempting to point fingers at your teammates part of humility is taking personal responsibility and leaders reinforce that humility by modeling it when you see your boss admit fault instead of blaming others you feel little more comfortable owning up to your mistakes gerald told me how butler comes together after a loss the coastal call me and they'll take account of video on all we just made some bad coaching areas right here stuff so just a knowledge those mistakes i really liked that you know most coaches older players and come in and play har what it was just like oh we may some the stays all together not just the players so respect to that coming in accountability is something brad stevens added to the butler way you can't improve without accountability you know you can't if you can't look in the mirror and say i've got things to work on it's hard to get better it's not just being a great teammate it's not just being selfless in the pursuit of a championship it's i have to do my job well for the team and that's unique trait that usually i think is reserved for teams that that maximize themselves.
"esteban" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"You know what next when i go to birmingham next week are already forget about it he says now starts all over again how's soaked were you with uh after that win because that looked like they were poor and everything but pond water on you uh michael allen esteban they were great very got a little bit but you know what it was it was worth it me i mean it's this cool that you know this tour it's such a closeknit all the guys are so cool to such great players uh you know we've been competitive all our lives we played a lot of us the played the tour together and everybody roots for everybody out here it's really something that you don't see offered in in a sport that you know we are competitors but we also most of us are all friends and we all get along we go out to dinner we have a couple of drinks together and uh in the everybody's rooting for everybody out here talking to john daly had his first win since two thousand four the uh the insperity invitational um i saw this quote helped me with this 2004 so the last time you one was 2004 there was the target world challenge and you were in the proam and you're in the clubhouse having some beers telling stories and then tiger walks into the room what happens after that uh i just try to game to sit down have a beer with us yeah it was going to eat against you went out and hit about three hours three or four hours tracking sending me and my guys were sitting there drinking beer having a good time and he comes in with his workout cousin packers sit down and have a beer or something with us and he says the by had your talent i'd be doing the same thing has your komo man you win and everything i'm not way they could come up do you think that you guys if you were a little closer to tiger is how he approached it and he was a little more like you that we would have helped you guys.