17 Burst results for "Felix Guy"
"felix guy" Discussed on Hall of Shame
"We're in Saint Louis at the nineteen Oh four Olympic Games it's super disorganized. It's a crazy shit show like all Olympics are, and we're at the start of the marathon which somehow in this already insane Olympics was even more insane. Half the runners weren't even trained marathon athletes Oh and half the runners before that dropped out before the race, even like Ma Ma. It's just after three. PM On a hot humid summer day in Saint Louis Missouri just perfect running weather. David R Francis President of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Company fires the starting pistol and the men are off. Fred leads off the gun. But at the Mile Mark Thomas Hicks edges ahead and then the next eight miles are just a total disaster they make it one mile and then everything goes to hell Len Tau one of the South African participants is chased a mile. Of course by wild dogs why wild dogs do wild he ends up running an entire mile off course getting chased by these Dr Not Great. John Lorden. Who has won the Boston marathon before. So he's done this begins vomiting and gives up. Like two miles. Felix. Member our guy in the beret. Yes and the dress shoe and forget just think about that for a minute pauses to chat with spectators at one point he stops the car sees that the occupants are eating peaches and ask for one they refuse. So he playfully takes two peaches and starts running anytime. Okay. Well, I don't blame Felix because he's walked slash ran about trillion miles at this point across the country. Yeah. So. Little note about him this man was a true fruit lever. He apparently at some point during the race found an orchard in route and stopped apples but then they were rotten and he got stomach cramps that were so bad. He lay down and take a long nap to recover feel it should be doing something else for this time. I think at this point did even realize he's competing in the Olympics whereas lost dice game. Always getting poisoned by apple's just like go take the. Felix Guy let's get him some good. For you. Know I love that you began. That's like Felix is a real fruit. So, look all of this has happened. We're at the nine mile mark. Wow. So Fred are bricklayer is exhausted and has cramps and has his manager pick him up in a car resumes. Our girl. So to of like the legit marathon, runners are now naked neck for the lead with Hicks, the Brit in a close third. Then one of the legit marathon runners maller gets cramps to and Hicks person to second. So Fred's in a car and Hicks is like doing a good job. I'm literally picturing three I mean besides the guy, the car everyone's just like hobbling down this out like so thirsty just seeing stuff. It's awful. They got like one more chance for water. There's wild dogs just like growling from the side. So at fourteen miles, Meller. One of the Boston Marathon winners Pfizer, his cramps, and regains the lead Newton's second and our Guy Hicks is in third with the Frenchman Albert..
"felix guy" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"This is the duo known as Brusca Bhutia. Their new album is called rig racer the song we're listening to his called nail and for this when we welcome again NPR Music Felix contributors host of Latino. Hey Felix guys what's going on? This is a duo from Puerto Rico. This is their debut album and Felix. That has a really interesting story behind it. It's called regress enemies to return and it's a husband wife Duo Louis L. Rattled Advi and ruckle Berrios. They are from Puerto Rico and they were living in New York and they decided to return to the island a year after the hurricane so they went back in twenty seventeen. And it's sort of a reverse exodus because most people were leaving because of the economy and the devastation they as artists felt the need to return to explore their connection to their home and express it through music. This is their first full length record completely on the island. I'm really interested to hear from you. Feel how you think that influenced the sound because to me. It's such a border-crossing sound they're steeped in Electrica and experimental pop by know. They've worked with people like Lata Negro yet. This music is grounded in their Puerto Rican heritage. How does that work? I think it brought to Caribbean heritage. You're absolutely right this song. I picked it because the beat is called a what he died. It's like a folk rhythm from Cuba. Actually but it's popular throughout the Caribbean and I listened to it. I'm like Oh my God. This is like a space age. Ouachita with all the you know with all the the electronic stuff the manipulation of sound all the stuff that I really really dig and I think that this album the whole sound. It's so dynamic. And it's an example of the wide Palette of musical influences and creativity coming from the island because I think most people from my generation think of Puerto Rico. They think of salsa younger generation Reggae tone which is where the music was from. But it's like such prominent presence there but the scene there many of punk bands they have Electronic Benz. They have hip hop. They had all kinds of stuff folkloric bands mixed with electronics genre bending bands and this album and this is is a perfect example of that boost. Kabuye is the duo and their new album is called drag racer. Thanks so much Felix thank you everybody's Day safe. Okay from boost Kabui. Let's go next to mark lanigan. The singer Mark Lanigan has a really powerful new record called straight songs of sorrow.
"felix guy" Discussed on GSMC Soccer Podcast
"And of course, I think at the end this is London like the Chelsea incident in London the west same incident in London. This is not some remote area. This is a privilege d'etre politician area of England gets diverse. It's not I don't know you think of backwoods somewhere. It's it's the center point basically that the whole the whole area like that's the that's what everyone thinks of. So there's a lot to go on from that. And it's just very disappointing to see this happen again. And again, and this is not just like that not just soccer. This happens in all sports. Unfortunately. Yes. Big time. Moving on as usual Felix. Remember this name because one Felix guys they name that is already garnering a lot of buzz. He is a player that could be on the move to a major club for a lot of money. This kid is a been fica product. In the Portuguese league. He is a Portuguese player. Some are calling him the new Rinaldo, quote, unquote and Manchester United and Real Madrid are tracking this kid. They have been under close watch for him. And it sounds like he will be on the move to a major club. And he knows it. He had some comments saying that he, you know. Thinks it's great. And that he doesn't that? He welcomes that challenge in his goal is to be one of the best. So. He is a player to keep an eye out for I imagined other players will be in on him or some other teams will be in on him to. Yeah. And I honestly kind of feel bad for them. Because the fact he's. The is the next one. Although because that is such a heist like it's veteran, no doubt about it. But that leaves him to so much like he can't make errors. Now. He's so he's such a high spotlight that it's almost unfair. You know what I mean? Yeah. I always feel bad for players. I get go compared to the greatest player of that of their generation. Because of the fact like that is living so much height that sometimes that's impossible to live up to like saying, you're the next Michael Jordan or a singer the next Tom Brady or something of that nature. Like, you're living up to so much height. That one little mistake caulking cost you everything. Yeah. But I I wouldn't excited for my hope he lives up to the hype. But I just hate the fact that that journalists in some media just hype them up to explore oil. You know, it is what it is. Right. It's awesome. But the fact is that this kid has represented Portugal at the national level. He does from his Jalan. I'm. Taking away from that. I just hate the fact that like people just over exaggerate in that, you know, there isn't there isn't a set of the story. And because he's so hyped means he'll get a nice little contract by his next team. Yes. Absolutely. And I hope for the best for them. And of course, there is positive, but when you think of the negative just it's it's a little unfair to the kid, but I hope nothing for the best. He's already like you said he's been part of the Portugal national team all the potential in the world. He along side Rinaldo it the next European championship in next now that would be interesting to see I would love to see that. Speaking of Rinaldo. He just turned thirty four. And his birthday was on February the fifth and was yesterday. And he shares a birthday with another soccer superstar who is superstar. Is it who I think it is? I don't know who you think it is. Is it a guy that's very similar to him in this generation or did a previous generation player? It's somebody who's current currently playing is he in Barcelona. He is not okay. Is he in the Premier League? He is not then I'm out. Rinaldo in neymar share a birth real own? I I knew neymar Heidelberg the huge bash. They he had a are seven years apart. But it still interesting that maybe the top two players in the world. Have the say if you're born in February fifth, and you play soccer, you have a lot of potential, but also I should have known that because name or had a huge birthday part..
"felix guy" Discussed on Double Toasted
"And we're back. Oh, right. But that's it. Second Bruce Willis fuck learn to act or he was active seats because he didn't do it again. Do it again. Anything's gonna bring Bruce was coming back now. He's gone. He's carrying more. He's gone forever. Groping all these people. He can't touching. He's catching Katie. The roping touching. He bet lady right there. She's a hand evil to handle grab them by hashtag. No, he's groper. But I mean. We're not gonna get into beautiful seem dirty that wants to pill joke about the superhero. Anyway, we didn't lose a show. Good. Good Good. this. And we didn't lose a show, but are going to get out of here before. So. Well, thank you everybody watching. Let's go ahead and see what the chat thought everyone's looks to be pretty happy. Movie. I don't know. That is Bruce with monkeys. Twelve monkeys not seen that movie. Right. But yeah, convenience is a key element of drama fiction. Just down the street. What a coincidence. Anyway, no twists here tonight. I get out of here. So one of think that shed attend to joining us. Thank everybody joining us here, Jillian Connor Felix guys after the abandoned us, and that's it for the show next week. Guess I don't know poll maybe poll Bill put up a poll. We have to that. I think is the shit. Well, big coming toys Toy Story like movie, I think is in two weeks after next week. So. Pull up good and check the group children of the toast. We'll put it somewhere where you guys gonna excess access, but you know, what I'm gonna leave on Yuma. The focus. Fucking shit steak mousketeers looking for. Mother fuckers. Motherfucker buddy time to get out of you. So if you're bad mother fuck out there, please big contact with us on our way out and the way you can do that motherfucker is by hitting up k cool. Man's the footage. Condit's Casey, M,.
"felix guy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Chapo like under try in the trial right now, or whatever. So I read a couple articles in the New York Times about it. And it's unbelievable. I said miles you gotta get Al Chapa on the phone book, El Chapo, I got some questions for him. Apparently that's hard to do. That's not an easy task to get del chop who's pretty difficult. He's already been booked. He's exactly. So we got Allen foyer who is the writer at the New York Times who's covering this case of doing an amazing job with Mr. foyer. How are you, sir? I'm doing well. How you guys doing it? Really good to talk to you. I have a million questions. So thanks for giving us some time. And great job of these articles are doing an awesome job. First of all have you seen narcos? I saw the first two seasons. But I have not seen the Chapo season yet believe it or not. Unfold. Live in the courtroom. You're you're living the real life. Okay. Give us he's not even know where to start. Yeah. Who who's El Chapo, we'll start with that? El Chapo was one of the two chief leaders excuse me. I've been sitting in the courtroom for like fifteen hour, you know, like for six months at six weeks here. He's one of the two chief leaders of the Sinoloa drug cartel. He's probably the world's most famous drug dealer, and he's a guy who shipped, you know, hundreds of tons of Mexican cocaine across the border over a span of twenty years. And every conceivable means you could imagine planes trains trucks, chili cans, you know, he's just sort of the the innovative shrewd international drug trafficker. Do you know how he became the guy because at least in the news is an Arcos? He's Miguel guy. Ardoz driver at first. So do you know how he rises the ranks? Yeah. So so basically the story goes like this. He comes up in like the late eighties. And he's kind of a young ambitious Narko. He's got some smarts. Eat a little creative. And he's working under the wings of exactly Miguel Felix guy yard. Oh. And then another guy's name is wan wanna spirit goes, they call him Zule or the blue right? But what Chapo has said he just has a kind of like creative smuggling, you know, brain, and he's really fast, and he's really efficient. So he starts to cut the deals with Colombian cocaine producers and suppliers and by like the mid, you know, early nineties he's doing of amounts of Colombian cocaine coming up into Mexico and then across the border, and it's really in those kind of five years. Let's let's call it eighty seven to ninety two that he really stakes his claim. And then what happens is the Colombian government passes a law that essentially makes it more difficult for Colombian to move the product up. And so Naro says what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna take your cocaine, and I'm gonna not only move it across the border, but I'm gonna sell it there myself. So he he kind of developed a distribution network wholesaling drugs on the streets of the United States and that just kicks his prophets into overdrive. And that's kind of how becomes man. So that's a long time. Right. I mean, this is a couple of decades where he's the guy who seems like a long time to be the guy though. Yeah. I mean, look, you're not the only guy. Right. So he had a chief partner in all of this whose name is is meals and Botta they call him Maya short for is male right is now Zimbabwe still at large in Mexico. So they were you know, funny. Dissimilar drug cartel is Wisconsin shifting crowd of you know, criminals who would work together, and then they would kill each other. And then they work together again and then kill each other again. But Chapa was one of this sort of pop crew bunch of these guys are already dead just from you know, sort of cartel wars. But you know, the guys who have remained standing R chop. Oh, who's now in Brooklyn courtroom facing federal narcotics charges, and and miles Imbaba who's still at large trafficking drugs to this day in Mexico. No. It's twenty years twenty five. Yeah. Yeah. Is is nice background question is was Chapo as ruthless and murderous as maybe like a Pablo Escobar, what was his kind of MO when it came to how he operated. So it's what the testimony is shown and we're talking about testimony from so far. I want to say we've had about a half dozen cooperating witnesses people who worked closely with chop over the years there in court most of them for the first time testifying lives, spilling Chapo secrets on the business side of things. He was very, very relaxed. Like, you would think for example, when your Columbian supplier comes to you and says, geez, I just lost twenty tons of cocaine that was seized by the United States coast guard a guy like chopper would be upset, but in hacked, he was often. Like, hey, that's the price of doing business. We'll do it. The next time. We just have to work harder command. Let's dig in. Let's work together. But when it came to like personal grievances and personal slights he had a real hot head. And so we've heard testimony, for example, you know, he's at war with one of his allies. And he's trying to create a peace deal, and they go into a treaty meeting. And he puts his hand out literally literally puts his hand out and the guy won't shake his hand, well within, you know, six months that guy and his wife are both gunned down at side of a movie theater in Mexico. You know? So the guy's got a hot head when it comes to stuff like that. And we've heard testimony about federal prosecutors have accused him of ordering the death of thousands of people thousands. Right. So we're hearing we haven't gotten quite that many bodies yet. But we've heard testimony about I mean, crazy stuff. I mean, people getting their heads blown off people like John the hard people poisoned. It just goes on and on and on and on so. Yeah. Sure. How did they catch him? Because didn't he already escape to Mexican prisons before this final capture? Exactly. So the first time he was a he was arrested. I in nineteen Ninety-three, and he was actually held in a Mexican prison for eight years. So in two thousand one working with a, you know, basically people who ran the prison he escaped for the first time inside of a laundry cart. They wheeled him out the door the Chris pennies at large he moves he moves up to the mountains of Mexico to like, these remote ranches, and we've heard crazy testimony were like the only way that you can make it to see Chapo up in the mountains. Is you have to take like a small Cessna, and you fly in and the and the landing strips are on the cut into the mountainside and they're so short that. They've built like dirt ramps that go if you can imagine a reverse. Ski ramp. So that the end of it goes up you fly in on a small plane and because of runway associate you have to go straight up in the air. So that the plane loses speed, and that's how you get to chapel is mountain hideout. So he's up there from two thousand one to two thousand fourteen right, then they grabbed him again. And then he breaks out again. And this time he breaks out his associates. He's got these incredible engineers working for him. They dig a tunnel. A mile long from the house outside the prison, and the tunnel goes into goes first underneath obviously the prison, and then it goes directly into the shower in his cell. That's accurate. These guys are right goes down. There's a video of this. There's a video of him going into the tunnel in the shower Pacelle, and what's waiting for him at the bottom of the tunnel, a motorcycle, and he rides the motorcycle a mile. Safety take another years for the him for the Mexican government to capture him. And it's at that point that, you know, the American government our government's like God like what are you doing? You can't keep this guy. Let us have them. So then, you know, ultimately in January of two thousand seventeen he's extradited to the United States. He's flown into Long Island. You know, intense security the security at this trial. I gotta tell you guys a security this trial is off the charts. Crazy, you've got dot bomb sniffing dogs. You've got a sniper teams from the NYPD. You've got guys walking around with like, you know, like, Geiger counters checking, you know, like radiation levels. It's really crazy. I remember reading something that they wouldn't let Al Chapo hug his wife. Right. So that's just an example like it is maximum maximum maximum security. So so for from the minute he got here in January of two thousand seventeen he was placed in the maximum security wing, Manhattan federal jail. He was on isolation. Twenty three hours a day. He was completely held incommunicado. No communications with the outside world except for his lawyers. No visits from his family nothing. And yes, you're absolutely right. He filed a formal motion to the judge before the trial began to say, hey, judge trials about to begin. Like, can I hug my wife once before this thing begins just like security risk? No how. Yeah. They're not messing around. What's the prison like in Manhattan? It's pretty it seems weird to me that there is a prison in Manhattan. So what's, you know? So so Brooklyn's got one Manhattan, Scott one, right? There's two federal districts in New York, there's one Manhattan, no one in Brooklyn. But the one in Manhattan is where for example, all the terrorism suspects. Go right, all the hardcore criminals and the wing we're talking about on the tenth floor. It's called ten south. And it's just it's just MAC security super security. And you know, for example, when chapel is meeting with his lawyers before the trial like the year called about the year before I almost two years before the trial. They're going over they have to go over hundreds of thousands of pages of documents because don't forget our government in dated Chapo in two thousand nine. So they've been working on this case for almost a decade. And so before the trial like standard processes, you know, you sit down with your lawyer, if the defendant, you go over all the evidence against you. And you try and help them create a defense, but chapels lawyers one allowed in the same room with him. He wasn't even allowed to be in the same room as his lawyers. There was a plexiglass. Like when you go to a check cashing joint. You know what I mean? Let's look a plexiglass wall with little perforations in at and they had to hold up the documents to the plexiglas window to say, oh like what does this mean? And then you know, he could help them understand it. But that's how they conduct their defense. You know? So he's not getting out of this prison. Safest he's not getting out of this prison is the assessment. No way. We're got to take a quick break. But I'm fascinated. Are you able to stick around for a few more minutes with us? Yeah. Sure. Alan foyer New York Times is near times, just Google Allen. Foyer all of his articles about this. Apparently, this is one of the hottest tickets in town. Get into the courtroom to watch this. Got few last questions about Al Chapuis trial going on now. And I wanted to win this season end to seems like it'd go on forever now that it's even.
"felix guy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"We are going to work with their union. These are allocated right now. And I have a responsibility to work with the UAW. Appreciate thank you very much. He's got a lot of people that are still upset with her. The century-old automaker opens up a new window in announced last week the production overhaul which will eliminate up to fifteen thousand jobs amid the closing of five plants in Ohio, Michigan, Maryland, Ontario. They say this move will also kill is six General Motors models, of course, including the Chevy Cruz. You know, it's just a business making changes do what they have to do to keep their doors open. It's like any other business. Unfortunately, it doesn't get much more high profile than GM, and you're talking about a massive amount of people. So it does seem like the end of the world. It is five fifty two here on the Totta, Don show, narcos Mexico nabs a follow up and Steve Buscemi is God in a miracle workers to see Bush EMMY takes on a heavenly role four workplace. Comedy miracle workers Shamir's is guy who seems more concerned with property tycoon instead of the damaging effect, it would have someone that goes wishy washy you're spending spending anthology series is based on what in God's name and it star Daniel Radcliffe Craig low level angel responsible for handling all humanities prayers. Got us. Pretty much checked out to focus on his favorite hobbies to prevent earth's destruction. Craig and his fellow angel must answer a seemingly impossible prayer helped to humans, Lauren. Sam fall in love this series premieres February twelfth the drug cartels will continue as Netflix already added. A second season two narcos Mexico, the streamers latest narcos series launched in November the stories inspired by true events of the origins of the country's drug war through the rise and fall of the Guadalajara cartel under Miguel on how Felix guy Ardo that's FOX two. This is HouseCall for health a new and slightly expanded answer to the question where do babies come from on December fifteenth 2017 a healthy, baby. Girl was born in Brazil her mother was born without a uterus. The baby was conceived using in vitro fertilization. But then the mother carried the baby in a uterus from a deceased donor that surgeons implanted in.
"felix guy" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum
"I sink cars out to three days before Christmas. I've bought presence on the twenty third and twenty fourth before and tried to get them there by twenty fifth. I do things similar to you in terms of shopping. I just don't like it. But I will do all online shopping because that makes my life so much easier. I'll I'll go hand pick some cards out and maybe pick up one or two items in person, but the rest will be all done online. And I'm actually starting today. I'm going to start tonight Hemi nice little dinner with my homie Lawrence, aka my business manager. And then I'm gonna wash Netflixing shop. Oh, okay. Actually, we weren't really planning on this. But just out of curiosity. Have you discovered any new net flicks programs that are worth mentioning I just finished up narcos Mexico? It was amazing. Yeah. You're like the fifth person that told me it was one of the best. So have compared to the other. Super amazing announce my nephews I just popped on as I scroll as I scroll through it Christmas chronicles is up, but it was just really good. Honestly, just being able to see inside of the drug trafficking and trade in Mexico. Everything started who had started with how they actually basically took a desert and turn it into one of the biggest growers actually the biggest grow in the world. They had thousands of acres marijuana grow on a hat indoor ventilation ventilation systems. They were just well well before their time in the eighties, and they were racking in I don't know thirty forty million a week and ended up being one of the biggest bus for those that haven't seen it. I'm going to spoil it the DA ends up. Finding a where it stash tat and takes pictures of it. And they ended up bussing it in destroying two billion dollars worth of marijuana. Well, two billion. Yeah. I mean that was the interesting part for me reading through all this. Stuff was just how ahead of their time organized precise. They were in the fact that they they they started growing in a place that was so era that nobody even considered it beforehand. So I'm really interested to see it, isn't that? But that's L chapel. Right. They know Mexican no this is this is narcos Mexico. But this starts off when El Chapo is just the driver. So he's not he's he's just getting started. Right, right. Yeah. He's he's he's super low on the drug traffic in board. This is going back to basically the founder of drug trafficking in terms of using marijuana in Mexico. One of the first guys who actually started it was Felix guy Ardo. He was one of the guys who built the empire. He had a he had the brains and the knowledge to be able to combine all the Plaza's combining all different parts of Mexico and being able to kind of rally up all the troops. And then he ends up partner with Pablo Escobar partnering with the Cali cartel and. That's when he gets involved in the drug trafficking cocaine, but it's it's crazy how how detailed everything was we'd be having a payroll yet accounts in the United States. He was able to really finesse everybody. Everybody from governors to federal law enforcement to police officers to DA is they were all in a payroll on the taken it's crazy how they even thought about growing in Guadalajara Guadalajara in the middle of a desert, and and how they had just the technology and knowledge to really make something that we've never seen before that point last Portland narcos if you could rank the three seasons is the third season your favorite the regular narcos. With Pablo is crazy because it goes into details about his hidden houses and how he move money how he buried money..
"felix guy" Discussed on KCRW
"He would eventually transferred to a sleepy DA office in Guadalajara turns out Felix guy. Jarido was there to uniting Mexican criminals into one giant drug smuggling operation? How did that work? The narrator fill you in the narcotics game was made of lone. Wolf traffickers who purchased permission from the cops run drugs in a particular city or territory. They called it the plaza system. So a scheme to convince a bunch of rival plazas led by trigger-happy sociopaths toward together take direction from some other bag. Yeah. Right. Some critics hammered narcos for the narrator in that leads viewers through most episodes. But I think it's necessary for the crash course on history and culture at the audience needs to really understand this story. Narcos Mexico doesn't excellent job balancing too complex tales following Luna's Gedo. A smart smooth talking operator who devolves into a ruthless kingpin and Pena's Camerena who's constantly fighting to get the DA to take serious action in Mexico. The cartels reaction leaves little doubt America stumbled into a drug war didn't even realize it was fighting best of all this season, which mostly features dialogue in Spanish is a wonderful showcase for two talented Latin x actors who've long-deserved high profile TV project, narcos, Mexico is all that. And more poignant lesson on the bloody history behind our modern war on drugs. I'm eric. With. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. Good morning..
"felix guy" Discussed on KCRW
"Cop he would eventually transferred to a sleepy DA office in Guadalajara turns out Felix guy. Yoda was there to uniting Mexican criminals into one giant drug smuggling operation? How did that work? The narrator fill you in the narcotics game was made of lone. Wolf traffickers who purchased permission from the cops run drugs in a particular city or territory. They called it the plaza system. So a scheme to convince a bunch of rival plazas led by trigger-happy sociopaths toward together take direction from some other dirtbag. Yeah. Right. Some critics of hammered narcos for the narrative that leads viewers three most episodes. But I think it's necessary for the crash course on history and culture at the audience needs to really understand this story. Narcos Mexico doesn't excellent job balancing too complex tales following Luna's. A smart smooth-talking operator who devolves into a ruthless kingpin and Pena's Camerena who's constantly fighting to get the DA to take serious action in Mexico. The cartels reaction leaves little doubt, America's stumbled into a drug war didn't even realize it was fighting best of all this season, which mostly features dialogue in Spanish is a wonderful showcase for two talented Latin next actors who've long-deserved high profile TV project, narcos, Mexico is all that. And more poignant lesson on the bloody history behind our modern war on drugs. I'm eric. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. Good.
"felix guy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Version of Netflix series begins. With portentous words from a cynical narrator telling a dark tale. It's about how a bunch of institutions. Some you're supposed to trust got together. And started a war the kind that's easy to forget his happening until you realized in the last thirty years in Mexico. It's killed half. A million people narcos Mexico jumps back in time to the nineteen eighties. When Mexican gangs were disorganized and the drug trade mostly focused on marijuana American. Authorities weren't trying hard to stop them that change because of two men hard-charging ambitious Drug Enforcement Administration agent KiKi Camerena played by Michael penna and Felix guy. Jarido crafty ex cop who slipped into the dark side the yard owes plagued by Star Wars alarmed Diego. Luna pinger is perfect as Camerena an aggressive agent working for the DA when not many people even police officers knew what those initials met Camerena found that out the hard way when he was arrested by racists city, police while working undercover in Fresno, California you ever hear of the DA. Yes. Like drug enforcement agency or some cheek over your keep saying he's working under Trump before we picked up all team. That's one of my guys. Well, nothing personal money. Tough telling the good old grace from bad. Sometimes I get I get that soundless Camerena punching the local cop he would eventually transferred to a sleepy DA office in Guadalajara turns out Felix guy haired. Oh was there to uniting Mexican criminals into one giant drug smuggling operation? How did that work? Let the narrator fill you in the narcotics game was made of lone. Wolf traffickers who.
"felix guy" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"What kind of man are you felix cedar i guess complex to say the least immigrant that came to this country at the age of seven grew up here went to school went onto work on wall street metaverse successful career on wall street as young man on fortunately one night in a drunken barbara all one guy went for a beer bottle i went for a margarita glass and that changed the trajectory of my life you do for that i went to jail and i did a year for that bar fight when i came out i had no money young child had no money and in a moment of weakness nothing that i'm proud of then or now or have i ever been got involved in the stock scam which is the shady side of wall street which was something that was devastating to me because i had planned to have a very successful wall street career and i did that for less than two years left voluntarily on my own got out of it and because i just hated despised every day and every minute of it and when i used to go to sleep i used to hate it let me ask you this how did you meet donald trump i we formed the company in two thousand to do real estate development that was in his office no we were in the building we were in trump tower we were on the twenty fourth floor trump organizations on twenty six floor i basically knocked on his door said i think we should become partners i have great real estate deals i'm going to be very successful developer and you wanna work with me very trump move i don't know i think it was a very felix guys get along yes how would you characterize your relationship friendly talked a lot sometimes a lot sometimes when you're working on a deal talked a lot talked on the phone in person mostly impersonal i was two doors down i just go upstairs and speak to him one of the things you do all these sort of different threads come together is you're working on trump moscow right well no this is are now speaking about nineteen ninetyseven saying though as a person who who you have context and russia you speak fluent russia's right later in your life you.
"felix guy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"What else felix our guys my my ridiculous is yesterday's game toronto raptors versus the washington wizards you guys see what happened the last five minutes of the game bradley beal was just standing there tomorrow the rose and went to grabbing offense of rebound and was falling over and just bumped bradley beal and they call the foul and it was actually his sixth foul where he got fouled out and he was having a really good game too and he went wild i'm calling ridiculous that call was so bad all right look there you go chris i'm gonna say ridiculous to the fact that we all talked about how elbert l more should be the center fielder every single day he gets his opportunity in the lineup to lead off an plays center for the weekend and he was great he was ridiculous so albert elmore albert l more you just stole my insane that album more can't get out on the field so i'll have to come up with another insane i'm going to pass it to pat boys funny what what is this today insane will be shown his no hitter saturday night against the red hot foster red sox it didn't you read a story before he ate three sliders abaga fries before the game when he set a food truck in the parking lot that's now the most famous food truck of all oakland yep greece liars in a fried the maniaci special the no hit special believable here he was a beast felix guys mind sane is actually the cubs game yesterday how insane was that game you had the kris bryant ball hit him in the helmet.
"felix guy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"felix guy" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"To happen at some point in the future and you need to hear what we're gonna talk about later in the brian crabtree show today cnn has been all over this story they they almost can't stand themselves they they just have to cover this whole riff icc story in houston about human tragedy and something that that mother nature created and people coming together in helping each other in a in a sense of unity oh my god we've got to cover that garbage of people i i guess we just want to get back to trump and bashing trump this is terrible oh you can just see it and see it as a cover this stuff and there's a story about how it's been revealed a series of emails and and leaks i suppose that trump had been in serious talks according to the news outlets with various entities in russia during the 2015 2016 run up to the primaries and was talking about building a trump tower in moscow and you know the narrative here or the conclusion of this story by the no it all fake sri media is that up we got him he said he never had any business dealings in russia boom here's a business dealing here's the latest example of the coverage of this manu rajoub cnn's don lemon last night on these developments seemed to us undercut the president's claims of having no visa business dealings whatsoever with russia in fact we are learning that the president on three separate occasions discussed this hotel in condominium project in moscow with his attorney michael cohen and in janaury 2016 cohen wrote email to one of lavender poon's most trusted aides to me keep as off to note of a talks between the two over this project had stalled truck stop this is how stories become fake news that a real news this is a real news story that's very close to becoming fake news because of the tense at which it's been covered this felix guys as i understand it the guy that reached out to offer this opportunity this deal put getting together this felix guy may have on behalf of the kremlin in some way been one of these operatives that without any quidproquo just simply shows up to a presidential nominee or someone that seems like they're gonna make it to the top.
"felix guy" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Not the numbers going to pull out of us but i didn't know they stayed with it and here they are talking about trump the go ever leave it to her before this is more writer his purposes his pros the it talk applause who's carefree felix or though fraud until you the members for over here now this guy's ridiculous for dinner louis from alagha should suit whisker but they believe what they want to believe him year ice cream cookies cookies it that was not a trump that was about the jeffrey felix guy right the former prison guard who wrote the towel and all those stories came out about how he had demerits for different things he just recently done in prison and how he treated by that john among the bust is that in our that what's coming up here by the way i'm just asking because we have the trumping okay he did bring up at some point else that day now the two scoops vice revisit versus every of getting one was an analogy said he had heard that so he's on the news camp and then it may still from all the guy mike tyson could cook food six the support this is a parole board here here and larry forgetting that and he's cracking everybody up oh yeah yeah but the attorneys participating yes and that was about because the rumors this guy is for prison guard of oath although his attorney says was not guard he worked in a canteen set and that he had this guy had written to tell all book about oj cutting in line beginning for cookies doing other sorts of things and so that's what they were talking about right there on a make that perfectly clear west without the cookie talk in prison cooking ice cream talk what what else can talk about those right uh the best martinez and made it my toilet is this really do in the in the present shaken not stirred public suited either all right we have god's.
"felix guy" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Oh mikulas washes movie i gotta tell you what dale not gonna defend this movie zohar you'll see so you this should ideally that means you gotta watch it again at two anomaly the rooms that's what i do a chair is walkout hey it toward the enemy and so not so bad it isn't it's not any old billy me in any worth argument you and i and i cannot new kept going no so he likes of fox amir with so much into what i know i've known you long enough that i'm right unloaded by now you'll never never know i guess i'll nickel martin thomas that you can even be mirrored fitting my first wife that's why was awkward every growth of leave came out i had to let him go finally he's your problem it follows just you you take care of him and if you don't know how is it if you don't take good care of you go do what why free the hell out i thought i had a horror movie going on right now on the screen and i thought we were streaming apps like you were unmatched shirt and not came back and so you wear nassar had the caught hanna dimensional xinna mayarangsi music box flammable not our wish martin would change its mind like i did out as a price to be felix guy some o how gone through kid lucy mitsui got here all right i'm going to say we have anybody wants play the game.
"felix guy" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"Well it's and rao look at the resolution on that one bomb she put a lot of work so we got go through journey together here general own star lee veil of seeing jer leads the then here we got pictures from the pa pictures of johnston strictures of justin i was getting it often and i went to wait a ton isn't in here is getting a little got to come in our ages is crazy 'cause if it's on it's it comes on this part okay receiving yeah you'll has the deaths oh you of the death spot or wherever wherever sits here and gets in the worst sorry turned it off so anyway i what justin got a lot of the street could hear of school gift guy see on the next more angry the reason i put h three i i printed adventure those because i thought maybe you're gas could great here but now that's arap richer like blake now like yeah like it when you have your guess memorable yeah like a you know that was your secondguess it when you printed these did you think that that was absolutely no i wanted to build the page so i office depot that's which again would you think about the it will that gives the thumbnails dissociates face looks little thin this is for can also this way this is awesome can you tell the strict that guy look normal stream how good looks like pudi believe it's super felix guy and then there's just the pictures of the felix.