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Fresh "Gabriel" from John and Ken
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A shot in the arm: EU vaccine program struggles to speed up
"It's been two months since the European union's vaccination program began but the twenty seven nation bloc is still struggling to get up to speed ET design meeting to jump start the process fearing that new virus variants might spread faster than Europe's response in the video conference the leaders will look at ways to improve the rainouts they will as the vaccine makers to respect the terms of the contracts as well as trying to fall straight faxing authorizations as the bloke scrambles to boost its vaccine program France's government spokesman Gabriel lifestyle says something needs to be done soon the number of new Kevin nineteen cases decreased by ten percent last week and increased by nearly ten percent this week the situation is worsening and it is actually worrying I'm Karen Thomas
Fresh update on "gabriel" discussed on The Friends of Israel Today
"We're talking all about angels. And we know from scripture that there are myriads and myriads of angels but of all those invisible beings only two are actually specifically named in the scriptures other angels are named in extra biblical jewish literature but in the scriptures michael and gabriel are specifically named michael which means who is like god in the hebrew. It's mickael michael's name alone. Who is like. God is a testament to the fact that he is devoted to serve god to fulfill his will not his own unlike satan himself was created angel whose pride corrupted him when he said i will make myself like the most high god. You can read that and isaiah fourteen fourteen. And that's what we're gonna be talking about next week. Michael doesn't want to be god. He wants to serve god. Who is like god mickael. So before i gave my life to. Christ i wanna share this i. When i was younger. I grew up in a catholic family and i attended catholic school and the name of my school was saint. Michael the archangel. Well that's exactly. What michael is he's an angel he's in ark. Angel daniel chapter ten verse. Thirteen designates him. Michael as one of the chief princes as if he belongs to a group of angels who bear his same title. And what. I love about michael. Is that his task his calling as an angel his mission is one that i can definitely get behind because it's a passion that i share with him. Michael is assigned as an angel by god to specifically protect the nation of israel. And you can read that in daniel chapter ten versus thirteen twenty and twenty one. We see that. Michael is is endowed with the authority from god. Standing for god's people israel and opposing god's enemies as as specifically pointed the guardian of of israel. Michael defends god's chosen people even in the future tribulation when israel be persecuted by satan and the kingdoms of the world revelation. Chapter twelve shows us. This cosmic battle that happens between michael and his army over satan and in the end michael's victory gives way to all ultimately christ's return to earth the ultimate victor. So it's amazing here to see michael's ministry to and look. There's even some amazing application for michael's ministry in relationship to our life in new testament letter. Michael seemed debating with satan. Listen to what jude nine says. But even when. Michael the archangel was arguing with the devil and debating with him concerning moses body. He did not dare bring a slanderous judgment but said the lord rebuke you. Listen for as powerful as michael. The ark angel is in a heated debate with satan notice. Michael didn't attempt to take satan on mano a mano. Michael did something i think. We need to take into account as we look at our own lives. Michael didn't rely on his own strength but gave satan over to the lord may the lord rebuke you satan. Michael the archangel defender of israel. Listen if i were in angel. I'd want to be in his elite forces. The scriptures also mentioned by name gabriel. Gabriel means mighty one of god in the book of daniel. Gabriel is seen flying quickly to daniel which reveals this incredible strength. That he has he flies quickly because he is a messenger of god. The gospel of luke highlights this fact. When gabriel says i am gabriel. Who's stands in the presence of god. Luke one nine thousand nine hundred he is a messenger with a special and important message of god. He has permanent thing about this. He has permanent access to god's presence as his messenger angel remember earlier in the previous segment. I mentioned that angels can appear in bodily form even though there are spirit beings will in the book of daniel. Gabriel is seen as one who comes in the appearance of a man and spoke with a man's voice. And even when mary encountered him she didn't seem frightened by his appearance in any way as god's messenger. Gabriel communicates god's kingdom program. He was the angel that gave daniel the vision of the seventy weeks and daniel chapter nine. The seventy th week of daniel as it's called details in description god's plan to establish his kingdom on earth it gives a timeframe that includes the rebuilding of jerusalem. The death of christ the anti christ. The future tribulation period that eventually gives way to the glorious coming kingdom of our lord. Jesus daniel receive this prophetic roadmap and in daniel chapter nine. Because of god's angelic messenger gabriel. Listen angels play such a vital role in god's plan. They are working behind the scenes to protect and to serve us and our god. It's important that we study this incredible theology of angels. And i think it's going to be an important study next week as we look at demons as well. Thank you chris as you said there. Are things happening behind. The scenes were unaware of and that's that's fascinating to us as humans. We don't see this world. But i'm wondering how much of our attention our focus should be on angels in our christian walk. What's what's a healthy balance for us. Yet you know the writer of hebrews actually calls out angel worship the writer of hebrews likes to mention that jesus is better you know jesus is better than than the old covenant the new covenant is better than the old covenant that Jesus is better than moses. There's this aspect that jesus is better but in the very beginning hebrew chapter one. We have this picture where we're were the writer of hebrews has to say jesus is better than even angels and so you know. I think we have to have a healthy understanding that just as we've been created to worship and serve our god angels in the same way were created their created beings. I'm often reminded several times throughout the scriptures when a man sees angel an angel to look at that manning's eight don't worship me. I'm not the creator. So there is a healthy balance. It has to be there to know that they've been created to serve god just as we've been created to serve now apples of gold a dramatic reading from the life and ministry of holocaust survivor. Speak alisher regionally. I was in the army again. Usually when we are on watch night are long since there is nothing to do and we are not allowed to sleep. At night i was on watch with some religious. Jews led many stories to tell so the hours slip by quickly. The first story was about ninety year old blind ban in a dream an angel asked why he did not read the psalms. The men told the angel not read because he was blind when the angel asked him what he wanted. The blind man requested site so he could read the psalms. Each soldier told a story when they had all finished. They looked at me and asked. Have you anything to say. I knew this was a special opportunity for the lord told them all those stories were merely dreams. What i will now read for. You is true i said. What is this written demented. I opened my small bible and read from matthew twenty. Two blind men cried out. Have mercy on us. Oh lord son of david. And jesus caused them.
High-End Medical Provider Let Ineligible People Skip COVID-19 Vaccine Line
"Investigation reveals. That a major half care provider in the. Us has been leading. People jumped the line to get covid. Nineteen vaccines it's called. one medical. The company is part of a growing segment of america's healthcare system a boutique primary healthcare provider. That promises boutique service for an annual fee. One medical went public last year and is now valued in the billions of dollars. Internal communications leaked to npr. Show that the provider is giving vaccine shots to people who aren't yet eligible tim. Mack of npr's investigations team has the story and joins us now. Good morning. good morning. What did you find in these internal communications so the documents show example after example of doctors and medical providers in several states raising the alarm about one medical practices so there are two categories of wrongdoing. Here i those connected to one. Medicals leadership were given appointments. That's friends and family who weren't otherwise eligible for the vaccine. The second category involves patients the documents that npr has obtained. Show that in january. They did not properly screen out in eligible patients and did not seek to verify the eligibility of their patients to receive the vaccine. And i mean were there and staffers who privately raised concerns about this practice. That's right They they did raise concerns about this practice internally both among colleagues into their leadership but the company management responded with a shrug Medical professionals inside the company expressed consternation and alarm as they came across patients. That were healthy that we're not healthcare. Workers getting vaccinated at a time where there is scarce availibility for it so they tried to come up with a way to cancel appointments for ineligible patients for example they were told by the company's director of clinical learning quote. We are not policing. The company's medical staff also raised moral objections that the company had to police. Because to not do so would be unethical. Here's gabriel lazaro munoz who teaches medical ethics at the baylor college of medicine explaining that logic for trying to focus on those individuals who are most likely to develop severe illness or death and to most likely to be exposed to the virus so the goal is to save as many lives as possible and with that we are also not valuing any life over another i mean is that the justification that the management of medical is giving. What are they saying. Well one medical has said that. It has not knowingly vaccinated patients who were disqualified from receiving the vaccine that it took steps to screen these patients and actually takes This issue very seriously that it had fired several staff for disregarding eligibility requirements. They also blamed the fog of war during this public health crisis but this does bring up the question of who's really responsible for vetting people right. I mean i is it. Healthcare providers medical staff in the moment. Are they supposed to just turn people away. What many of these decisions are decentralized. One of the major challenges of vaccine distribution is how local jurisdictions counties states all have different rules but many counties including some which provided one medical vaccine doses require medical providers to screen for in verify eligibility at the point of vaccination now multiple jurisdictions and government. regulators have taken notice of the problems at one medical washington. State's department of public health said they had halted vaccine allocations. The company after a complaint about ineligible. Vaccinations one county in california. Said they would not give more vaccine doses to one medical. After the company expressed the plan to vaccinate in eligible populations in los angeles county so they had worn the company numerous times by phone and email. Do you have any sense of the scope of this situation. I mean how many vaccine doses have been distributed to ineligible patients across the one medical network. Well it's hard to say one medical wind say how many doses it had administered But based on the health departments that have gone back to us. We know that it's likely to tens of thousands of doses have been administered by the company. However there's no way to know exactly how many of these doses might have been given to ineligible patients. Npr investigative correspondent. Tim mack. thank you thank you.
Pageau Comes Through Late In Third Period, New York Islanders Improve To 3-0 Against Sabres
"Get a leg up on the New York Islanders. Just get the first goal of the game. They did that courtesy of Curtis Lazar. Over Buffalo cannot hold on to the lead and eventually the Islanders to the late third period lead thanks to a John Gabriel Pageau power play goal, And that was the difference. 32 year final scores The Islanders fault or the sabers fall to the Islanders last night Buffaloes other goal coming from Sam Reinhart in the third period and tie the game at 22 that was also on the power play. Buffalo on the night, getting a majority of the good chances getting 36 shots on goal, But the Islanders made their shots count when they needed them to. They got 23 shots on goal and Lena's Hallmark only was able to turn away 20 of those 23 shots. The Sabre's don't have much time to think about
New York City movie theaters to reopen in early March
"Welcome that of news for movie lovers in the Big Apple for a while now suggesting that someone join you for a movie in New York City would get to one of those you got to be kidding me kind of looks but it looks like just one more slice of normalcy is starting to return New York governor Andrew Cuomo says Big Apple movie theaters can we open the doors again starting March fifth not to worry about being packed into a theater Cuomo says theaters can only operate at twenty five percent capacity with no more than fifty people allowed per screening it's been nearly a year now since all theaters in the state were closed to help limit the spread of code that nineteen and crowded indoor settings I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Podcast odd couple: Obama, Springsteen in Spotify series
"A former president in a current rock idol are teaming up to share their thoughts Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen have done an eight episode series of podcasts they will air on Spotify and will be titled renegades born in the USA the episode will see the two men tell stories about their past what they're doing now and their hopes for the future Springsteen and Obama first got together when the musician did fundraisers for Obama during his two presidential campaigns and one episode they discuss a time that Springsteen visit at the White House where he says that he played the piano and that he Obama and others saying Motown and Broadway tunes Obama acknowledges that there were a libations involved in that I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
'Game of Thrones' stars Harington, Leslie welcome baby boy
"A celebrity couple has welcomed the new arrival it's a game of thrones ending that everyone should be happy with series stars rose Leslie and kit Harington have welcomed a baby boy their first child together a publicist for Harrington confirms the birth but has provided no other details other than that mom and dad are very very happy it's the first child for the couple both of thirty four years old and married in twenty eighteen their relationship began in twenty eleven on the set of HBO's game of thrones with they played a pair of star crossed lovers I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Diving More Deeply Into Diversity
"Welcome to this special episode of. Yeah that's probably an ad. I'm coat m. your community editor and this week is a really special one. We have some inspiring guests in our room with us as it is black history month and as we continue these important conversations about race racial injustice social justice within our marketing and advertising communities so I'd like to introduce jason. Rosario who is chief diversity equity and inclusion At bbdo worldwide gabriel director of global diversity and inclusion at abercrombie and fitch company and jasmine cruise brand manager at beach. La and head of marketing and brand strategy at in her shoes movement. Thank you so much guys for being with me today I have excited to chat absolutely so before we kind of dive deeply into the conversation Let's start with jason Tell us more about kind of what you do. And what you're trying to do such a question i'll try my best to answer it as distinctly as possible. But i think i'm a jack of many trades but specifically at bbdo. My remit is to lead a global diversity efforts across the network on an enterprise level. And so what that means is to. My job is to figure out how we might be able to apply inclusive principles to every aspect of the organization from recruiting and retention and partnering with hr on kind of core cultural diversity equity inclusion initiatives. All the way through to pot a week rate more inclusive representative Client output in. How do we advise our clients to think through these lenses if you will so Broadly speaking that's my role Outside of that. I'm an advocate for a masculinity in mental health I started a or launched. An agency called the lives of men which uses the conversation around modern masculinity to explore. has implications on diversity equity and inclusion allied ship and the intersection of those conversations and mental health. So that is a sickness. I can put it Thank you for all that you do in the various spaces that you're a part of What about you gabby Where are you at with this new gig in terms of What you're trying to do within nf yet. I've been A diversity equity inclusion blinding practitioner for the last ten years in really this new hampshire with. Nfl has been really really exciting. discussed really the more fascinating part to me In having an opportunity to lead the effort goes beyond just diversity as a practitioner For me it's really all the other parts that keep me up at night The parts that would influence Candidates employees associates to wanna stay within an organization. So it's really around the side of the house that deals more with inclusion More equitable workforce building that sense of cultural belonging in an organization. And that means that are focused. Can't just beyond diversity for the sake of boxes but migiro really is rather to try and influence and create the type of environment where employees associates feel that they can bring their full selves to work each and every day in creating more accessible equitable workforce and in addition to that. I mean you know abercrombie and fitch. It's really really interesting. Time to work in the space where our mission is really been dedicated to amplify engaging in power empowering folk small different backgrounds and really foster in an open environment where folks can come together. Listen learn and really take action to move from conversations toward action and influencing the products that we're creating to reflect our global customer so it's been really fascinating You know i start my career in higher education working in nyu and columbia then pivoted to citi group Leading our diversity inclusion efforts early career talent and then transitioning to the fashion industry which is really really exciting opportunity to make a make an impact end create product that has the opportunity to create social change right across our across our communities in really interesting way. I have so many questions About kind of what you all have seen so far but first jazzman How do you include that d. i. lens as somebody who's on the agency side and also trying to you know achieve more equity in the greater world. Yeah i. I'm just so to be part of this conversation and hearing from jason gabby amongst inspiring folks so I think as an account manager really partnering with clients and but also partnering with leadership in how we infused diversity equity inclusion not just from an internal perspective but so that emanates within How we partner with clients We just ensuring that yes. We're being responsible and that brands are being responsible but also Figuring out how what we can do to not just check the box like abbie said but actually make tangible change. And so i think for me personally. It's just something that i've always been about which led me to Being part of the in her shoes movement A nonprofit base-year l. a. And so i have this unique Intersection where i get to see What does social impact look like from grassroots Point of view but then also in my day job like how. How can we partner with clients in doing this. Great work in continuing this great work especially with brands that wants to create
Fox abruptly cuts off impeachment manager during testimony
"Testimony in Donald trump's second impeachment trial has been gripping but some networks that supported trump have let go of the story fox news channel pulled the plug on the proceedings and did so in mid sentence as California congressman Eric Swalwell presented new dramatic footage of the mob attacking the U. S. capitol last month and lawmakers running for safety fox dumped out of the coverage for its commentary show the five Jesse Watters complain the Democrats were going forward with the trial even though the political math didn't add up because he said Republicans will not convict the former president three other co host chimed in with the same theme then one Williams got to speak saying he was shocked that the network cut away the show went on I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Springsteen charged with drunken driving; Jeep ad on pause
"An iconic rock star is facing the delight charging his native New Jersey the incident took place November fourteenth of the National Park Service says the boss was stopped and cited for driving under the influence reckless driving and consuming alcohol in a closed area and that means jeep has decided to hit the brakes on the Super Bowl TV commercial that featured him this past Sunday that ad showed Springsteen in a jeep in a spot that urge people to find common ground that was one of two high profile appearances with Springsteen lately he performed at Joe Biden's inauguration Washington on January twentieth I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Hustler publisher Larry Flynt dies at 78
"A frame **** entrepreneur and first amendment rights supporter has died well Larry flint success in the adult entertainment world with his hustler magazine and related enterprises was paired with both professional and personal controversy he was shot by a sniper in nineteen seventy eight leaving him paralyzed from the waist down he battled drug and alcohol addiction his fourth wife died of a heroin overdose and a daughter died in a car wreck in twenty fourteen later years he made a foray into the political arena he was one of a hundred and thirty five people who sought the governorship in California calling himself a **** peddler who cares and during the twenty sixteen presidential election he offered up to a million dollars for video or audio of Donald Trump in gauging an improper sexual behavior and double down with a ten million dollar reward for evidence that could get trump impeached Larry flint has died of heart failure he was seventy eight years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Woman suing Trump asks court: Toss his legal-shield claim
"A former contestant on the apprentice is trying to revive her defamation lawsuit against Donald Trump now that he is no longer president you may remember the name summer Zervos she's the former apprentice contestant who said that Donald Trump sexually assaulted her in two thousand seven when trump called zero saliva she sued for defamation but the case has been delayed because trump's attorneys claimed that a sitting president cannot be sued in state court with trump now out of office voces people are back in court saying the you can't sue the president while he's in office argument is now moot and not even trump's lawyers they say will fight that anymore if the appeals court agrees to dismiss the appeal services lawyers want the case back in court part of that effort would be discovery and evidence gathering process that could have trump testify about the facts of the case under oath I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Super Bowl on CBS draws audience of 96.4 million viewers
"Did you watch the Super Bowl if so you have plenty of company ninety six point four million viewers that is how many people checked out the big game on Sunday but CBS is reporting that the big story of the game isn't how many people watch but how they watched the number includes a record digital audience the network says the title match was the most live stream NFL game ever averaging five point seven million viewers per minute that is up sixty five percent from last year this year's Superbowl is also the first NFL game to deliver more than a billion total streaming minutes the most watched Super Bowl ever was in twenty fifteen the match up then between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks drew a hundred and fourteen point four million viewers I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Paris Hilton says she was abused as teen at Utah school
"A famous reality TV stars calling for reforms in the way young people were treated at boarding schools last fall Paris Hilton told a documentary she suffered abuse as a teenager and now she's opening up again on the subject she told lawmakers in Salt Lake City she was abused both mentally and physically same staffers would do things like beat her forced her to take on identified hills and do things like watch her shower she says things like that are hard to talk about but she says she can't sleep knowing there's a chance that another young person might be facing some of the very same thing she did in her testimony she chastised lawmakers saying if they didn't change things she wondered how they would be able to sleep at night to Hilton's testimony comes as she lobbied for a bill to regulate Utah's youth treatment centers it passed unanimously I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
California Teachers Hesitant About Returning To School
"News radio. There seems to be a tug of war going on between those who feel it is still not safe for kids to go back to school in Southern California and those who say students need to be back in the classroom. Now many teachers seem to be apprehensive about returning to campus is at the moment. It takes a lot of planning and working out the protocols for bringing kids and staff back safely. Heather Masters, the teachers union president and eighth grade teacher. The school district. She says she and 14 other union presidents in the San Gabriel Valley are all part of a coalition of not returning until it's safe. And master doesn't believe by any stretch that their kids were being short changed. I don't believe that there's learning loss going on cheap. Most teachers don't believe that we believe that our kids have learned amazing new skills, and she also scoffed at the notion that teachers were being lazy and selfish by not agreeing to return to school at this point. A message for parents. Your teachers are going to be vaccinated soon. Be patient. Trust your teachers, she says. Because of the pandemic, Their workload is double or triple what it
Trump resigns from Screen Actors Guild
"The former president has resigned from SAG after giving up his membership in the actors and on Air personnel union in Trump's resignation letter, which was shared by the union, he says he no longer wants to be associated with them. And he went on to trash the union, saying it has never done anything for him. On the other hand, Trump boasts that he is Very proud of his work on the Apprentice and his small rose and various TV shows and movies. He also says he's single handedly revived the cable news industry by getting into politics A Moscow Wells Gabriel
Grand jury indicts Dallas native on capital murder in screen actor’s Grand Prairie killing
"A grand jury. Has indicted an 18 year rode on a capital murder charge and the death of any hassle who starred in the NBC show surface and in the 2010 movie. The kids are all right. An arrest warrant in the case has hassle was living in Waco, Texas, but was staying with the woman and an apartment in Grand Prairie when he was killed. The suspect to John and tone of Dallas faces a possible death penalty in the case. Authorities say surveillance, video and witness interviews indicate that hassle left the woman's apartment to go to her car and tone is accused of shooting the actor and then stealing the car. A Moscow Wells Gabriel
Grand jury indicts suspect in killing of actor Eddie Hassell
"That indictment has been produced in the shooting death of an actor in Texas a grand jury has indicted an eighteen year old on a capital murder charge in the death of Eddie Hassell who starred in the NBC show surface and in the twenty ten movie the kids all right an arrest warrant in the case as hassle was living in Waco Texas but was staying with the woman at an apartment in grand prairie when he was killed the suspect to John and tone of Dallas faces a possible death penalty in the case authorities say surveillance video and witness interviews indicate that hassle left the woman's apartment to go to her car and tone is accused of shooting the actor and then stealing the car I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Trump, facing expulsion, resigns from Screen Actors Guild
"Donald Trump says he's quitting the Screen Actors Guild after the union threatened to expel him for his role in the U. S. capitol right in one of those you can't fire me I quit kind of moves the former president has resigned from SAG AFTRA giving up his membership in the actors and on air personnel union in trump's resignation letter which was shared by the union he says he no longer wants to be associated with them and he went on to trash the union saying it has never done anything for him on the other hand trump boasts that he is very proud of his work on the apprentice and his small roles in various TV shows and movies he also says he single handedly revived the cable news industry by getting into politics on the flip side the union wanted him out because of his role in the capital riot which endangered the safety of journalists who are union members the union's response to trump's letter was short and simple thank you I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"gabriel" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"Forget why they're here so i make them a gift might make them this guy in a that grows something particular a garden that grows light a garden that grows love and i show them that they are part of the garden that they are part of that light and part of that love and that every time someone leaves this shop with one of them they leave with a little bit of that light and a little bit of that love. That is why. I make this garden at each other for a long moment. Mr gabriel something from his pocket. It was a doll. It was a dull of a little girl and the little girl was dressed in deep purple. Just like the one from the window display. The little girl said thank you and turn to go. Her parents touched and a little confused followed her. They went outside to the street. And mr gabriel came to the window. He watched the family the father the mother and the little girl walked down the street hand in hand with the bright light of the toy shop behind them. This has been an original story. By sparkle stories of sparkle stories dot com copyright. Two thousand twenty. All rights reserved. We hope you enjoyed it..
"gabriel" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"But from the family. The three figures the three dolls for the twelve days after christmas. The three figures move their way out of the garden spreading their light around them. The handle was also moving back up higher and higher. Every day this continued until the twelve days of christmas were complete on january. Sixth when the children would gather to the display window to see the final image that of the three figures. The father the mother the child in front of the silvery gauze curtain. They stood hand in hand facing out toward the public their gaze to a point beyond the many faces as if looking to a place that cannot be seen behind the silvery fabric a bright light beamed out toward the three figures nearly turning them into silhouettes. The scene was at once startling. But reassuring it made one feel brave the day after the scene was gone and a normal display of toys and ribbons in games took their place. This was how it was every year and no one ever questioned it until one year when a frowny little seven year girl came into the shop with her mother and father. The mother and father were cautious and careful in their movements by the little girl was loud in unapologetic schussed about her coat and her hat. And mr gabriel frowned from behind the counter. Then the girl said. I'm going to ask the mother and father mumbled. Oh go let's let's not bother him and it's really not our business darling but it was no good. The little girl marched up to the counter in stood on her tiptoes. So mr gabriel could see her full frowning face and demanded how come you won't let us see. She was pointing to the garden display in the window with the gauze around it. What s mr. Gabriel looking shocked and affronted died. Don't understand that garden with all the sand and the plants and the animals. I like it. I think it's pretty but why do you hang the cloth. why can't we see it. Why do i hang. The cloth asked mr gabriel. His face softening little. Yes said the little girl her face softening to. Why do i do it. Said mr gabriel quietly and then he was quiet for a moment. then something unexpected happened. Mr gabriel smiled. Because it is not for you you see. I do that for the toys. He said i do it for them and he motioned his hand around the store because they sometimes forget why they are here. Little girl looked at him and then she smiled. Mr gabriel continued on in all the rush to buy toys this time of year this frenzy for more and more gifts more gibbs more gifts the toys can sometimes.
"gabriel" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation
"Seventy eight might very special guest on. Today's show is lindy of the earned. Gabriel and the apocalypse. They are fantastic band coming out of minnesota in the usa. Please check them out right now. But what can on remix projects at the moment just how to track remix by stitch from Mushroom heads track.
"gabriel" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Wish you'd get the hell outta here for half an hour. So i can just see my business number two story number to give us a little taste of where we're gonna hear the segment. Three guy wants his lettuce as much. A short story about a guy want his lettuce. Gabriel glazed aka fluffy is with us. One more segment will be right back after this. Break down town and ready. I'm looking at you right now. And my first thought was. That's a new shirt. that is bad ass. i loved the style. I love the energy. I love how it looks. And then you look at me. And you're wearing your heritage shirt. We live in ferte. Guys i love. He's one of our favorite brands in the world. We loved the guys who run the company. It's a set of twins. They mike and alex ferte they make such good stuff and they just came out with for holiday gifts. This is perfect. They just came out with. They come up with great collections. There's like a native american collection. I was just on there for women. Incredible stuff hats scarves. I'm buying something for my wife beautiful. I love a good hat happen. I have so many of these native american style design shirts that they've seen randy welcome to the live shows. You've seen him wear them out. I wear these are closed that we've purchased years ago and we're still wearing. They are timeless. they work through. You know things come and go their clothes. Actually last he's are closed that really make up the staples of my My closet and i love them so much and comfortable. They're in their sustained early minded. Oh well designed products with thoughtful focused on the fabrics every piece again every time you see us on tv or doing something. We are wearing ferte because we love their stuff and our great people. There is a great company. They're committed to the community into the environment and all that they do they regularly donate to The surfrider foundation one percent for the planet. I love these guys and it's a company run by family and these people are fantastic. The legend collection is definitely legendary. The legend sweaters though where the best thought the legend of sweatpants away sweat bath legend. Sweat do so okay. We get very excited. Whenever i get a little when i get clothing excited getting close really our favorites. Support these guys. The holidays are coming up. Get that great gift for that. Someone special buying forever the smartest way to shop and now's a smart time to do it right now. You get twenty five percent off your next purchase.
"gabriel" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"From the dollop. Dave anthony and girth reynolds. It is Dollop people town. We're going to donate some of the proceeds to charity. Event dot com live. Don't people don't get your tickets now because it will sell out. Twelve twelve My question to you. Gabriel is beat without being able to do a standup enclosed rooms in. Have you done any of the drive in shows and whatnot. I was tempted to do it. But then i realize that you're you know it's hard enough. Doing outdoor shows south door shows. And i do them all the time with with fares fares every now and then i do some type of corporate function. That's maybe half inside a building half outside right now but man the elements of always gets you. Whether it's bug's yes the weather. Yeah i remember doing your show in new mexico casino outdoors and the wind was so bad. You could just see the speakers there were. They kept swore they were going to hit the crowd or hit me. He's swinging kept swinging. Debt doesn't bode well for comedy like a nuance of the bit. That i'm doing right now. You know and then. Of course the microphones that were were using. Sometimes it can use the have the. I don't even know what it's called. The little microphone condom that we put them to kind of catch a little bit of the air. But if you're outside man it's just you could hear it like getting stepped on by a gust helicopters some places. I've had trains and not just the train. This dude you talking about those trains. It lasts forty five minutes. Shut off their car has sex you finish. The train is still going break. They get back together. I it's it's one of those. I've done.
"gabriel" Discussed on The Roadmap to Wealth Show with Elena Maurel
"I mean I had so many people just not just doubting me but told me how risky it was and I think having a job that could say hey see you later as risky. So Gabriel speaking about risks are the obviously some risks and I real estate investment. So what time what people can and put in mind and vertex should be aware of yeah, you know, I think I think there's risks in Risk in anything. We do, you know as I mentioned before it's you know, I'm I'm I had no reserves I had, you know, I wasn't putting a lot of money in these properties and every deal I haven't done a deal that I regret buying and so, you know, yes, there's there's risk in real estate knowledge. I think I think there's a lot more risk in as I mentioned before with betting on appreciation just banking on the only working. If you can get rents way higher if you can, you know sell a property for a lot more. So although there's risk in in real estate, you know early on when I had no Reserves at a tenant would move out I'm scrambling to figure out you know, what I'm going to do and having to clean this property up but I've never bought a a deal that I that I regret. So I think the risk of not doing the deal is is way riskier than all the what ifs that could happen thumb. You know, I I rarely I get that paralysis of analysis, you know, I mean a lot of people that they're so afraid to jump in because of all those what ifs or the potential things that could happen over time real estate is going to win and you know, you hear a lot of people go plan..
"gabriel" Discussed on Busted Open
"I'm even more excited about this next guest because he somebody. That's been a pro wrestling fan. You've seen him on Monday, night raw. He's seen him on an episode of backstage. We definitely got to get into and I've been watching the NETFLIX series. Mr Laziest it is Gabriel laziest joining us here for the first time ever I'm busted open. How are you sir? Morning yes, right? I love the fact that that. that. You know I can be on a show like this, because I am a wrestling fan, and so many times I see celebrates get to appear on shows like this, and they have no clue what's going on, and they're just starting to push through bang, and they could care less about what happens and so I I'm jazz. Like I.
"gabriel" Discussed on You Can't Make This Up
"Why I have just a few like procedural questions I would like a charge and then that's contrasted with a working social worker who we ride along with out on a basically a well child visit. There's been a report of domestic violence. Where foster child to staying and we get to walk into that apartment with her watch. Her open all the cabinets watcher. Make sure there's food in the fridge. Please okay so what I need to do. Now is just a welfare track so I need to check out the house and the in the refrigerator. Your home for food. So I'm gonNA open this in your mind. Okay we're here commenting on what she's looking for. She's looking for signs of health and thriving and baby fat and and we see her. Turn on all the faucets in the house and it just seems like somebody doing their job. Well you know versus hearing this phone call with somebody who basically doesn't WanNa talk about even the systemic failure that led to this little boy's death. How did you get to go on that ride along? I mean I found myself wondering that viewer like that. Seems like it would be incredibly difficult to get that kind of access Brian. It was very difficult. Actually the most difficult part was getting any kind of access to dcfs. Or the Board of supervisors. I think it's probably important to note that they declined to talk to us. Or or anybody from the Board of supervisors which was really frustrating because of how big this case was with cable and that while we were filming this there were also a series of rapid series of of other deaths in the same area with very similar circumstances and their refusal. Talk to US was was pretty. I was was the was the biggest hurdle we had And but in this limited way we talked to them for I think it would be a year and a half or so Eventually they said we could go out and and go on a ride along. And you know it's important to note that I mean Garett just said this but this is a very difficult job and these people are amazing for dedicating the time and energy that they put into this. They certainly don't do it for the money. And so you know if done well. This is a really really critical function so I did want to put those things close to each other to understand and to contrast you know the various people that are engaged in this. Can you talk a little bit about how the privatization of some of these services changes the landscape? This is a story. We hear a lot around. You know the privatization of prisons around the country. But I don't think people think a lot about the privatization of the delivery of services. Essential Services like child welfare services. Yeah I mean Government agencies all over the place are involved in what they called private public partnerships. Where some of the things that I think. The public believes are being carried out by government employees like the processing of people who need their welfare benefits like the processing of people who need food stamps and other services it turns out that these things are actually carried out by companies. Like the one you see in the series which is called Maximus. It's a multibillion dollar all over the world and from every place from Saudi Arabia to the U. K. Two right here in the United States with like such a dystopia name to write companies like thinking about it doesn't you couldn't make up a worse like more dystopia and sounding name for over a company. That's whose decisions affect people in such a personal way. You know doesn't exactly exactly exude. You know something that's designed for the public good and and you know and as you see in their own documents that there's a very high priority placed on profit making in this assessment report that maximus carried out on behalf of Maryland regarding foster children. And how the state can obtain resources from foster children assessment refers to foster children as a revenue generating mechanism. I'm curious Garrett. You know you were the one For whom this name? Gabriel Fernandez jumped off the page and really started the ball rolling on what became a story of tremendous national importance. But it's also an incredible tragedy and I'm wondering what of this story are you still carrying with you as you continue your work? I know that you're working on different projects and and you're at Berkeley now. You're still carrying this with you. Yeah I mean you can't you can't let go of this. I mean the you know unfortunately as you see the at the end of the series the fatalities have continued I'm continuing to look at some of the major reasons why they're continuing to happen. And I had really made it a priority to try to look at child welfare from a number of different angles. You know there's a lot more going on than child fatality so I you know it's really important to also be understanding of the situations where children are too quickly removed from their parents. And you know that happens in Los Angeles as well it. Just because in this instance. They didn't act nearly quickly. Enough doesn't mean the same agency isn't moving way too zealously and another case just a short distance away you know. These are systems that way too often go unseen in Los Angeles and you know in big cities across the country. One out of seven children are reported to the child abuse hotline by Age Five and Los Angeles is chop protective services. Agency is almost as big as the LAPD. I mean think about how many stories and and news reports you've seen about an agency like the LAPD. But I would argue that chop protective services has you know it's touching this enormous section of our community and we are deploying thousands and thousands of case workers every single day. And we just don't see what they're doing enough Way Too much of this happens in secrecy and this is a. This is one of the biggies of my entire career. I mean I. Will you know th th to treat this topic seriously? It requires years and years of of work you know we're continuing to see very significant breakdowns and CPS agencies across the country We all know that fatalities are occurring at a much higher rate than they should be and figuring out why and being able to tell with granular detail. What's taking place takes a Lotta time and once you realize that you're able to do it in cases like this one You you feel a certain responsibility not to walk away. You feel the same Brian absolutely and I would extend that to all of our crew in all of our production team that worked on this. Yeah this was in the typical project in any way I think it stuck with everybody really powerful really emotionally. Intense is something about Gable story just provoked deepest the deepest of interest in connection and people Right off the Bat O'Brien. I'll tell you as a viewer. That's exactly how I'm hooking away from this film. The trials of Gabriel Fernandez is fascinating incredibly compelling gutting And I will carry it with me for a long time Brian and Garett thank you so much for taking the time to talk to me about this film. Thank you very much really appreciate it. And that's it for this week's episode. Next month we have director. Liz Garba Saen the talk about her. First scripted feature film lost girls until then. If you want to hear more of my thoughts on the trials of Gabriel Fernandez. Check out my other podcast. Crime Writers on you can find this show apple podcasts. Stitcher Google play spotify. And wherever else you get your podcasts? Make sure to subscribe rate and review this show. You can't make this up as a production of Pineapple Street studios and Net flicks. I'm Rebecca Lavoie and thanks so much for listening.
"gabriel" Discussed on You Can't Make This Up
"In this case on record you have all of these key people who are actively involved in the case in myriad ways. How did that work did you? Did you talk to them after The Gary Case. How did that all come together? We talked to a lot of them while it was going on. And then and then of course some some after the fact you know. Gabriel story really touched a lot of people and it sticks with people some of the first responders that were involved in trying to save Gabriel. Imagine what they go through on a day to day basis over twenty years and and they all said this was the most moving case that they've ever been involved with and and it's not closed yet and I think once people understood what we were doing and the story we wanted to tell you know they. They wanted to to talk about this. They needed to talk about it in some ways and I found that very very powerful one of the ways that the story advances really and a lot of the drama. In the way that you tell the story in the documentary Brian is through the coverage of the trial ours. Trial and there's really interesting legal machinations that take place at originally Pearl are. We're supposed to be sitting there together. Being tried by two separate juries. That didn't happen so he ended up having his own individual trial in. You had unbelievably at least to me. When we're I live. There's a period of time during which jurors are not allowed to speak to the media after they've served but you have incredible access to a number of jurors that sat in on that trial including a holdout juror who in both phases of the trial had to be turned like had to have his mind changed. Do you know what it was that ended up changing juror number seven's mind ultimately Both in the guilty to first degree or second degree phase and in the penalty phase of the trial. I found him. The holdout juror really fascinating because he is Very Analytical Guy. He was You Know He. I think had training as an engineer. he told me a story. I don't think we cut it out of the series but he told us a story when he had. I immigrated to the United States that he was during the Nixon impeachment hearings and that he was moved that even the president was you know a bound by the law which I found really interesting He just thought look this guy. He did this a horrific thing but he deserves us in a careful way looking over every single detail to make sure that that's exactly right and eventually The rest of the jurors convinced him to go that direction in the second penalty phase. He was also hold out on that the lone holdout on whether or not to give us our the death penalty and I think he had a kind of analytical approach to that as well that to to put him life in prison was not as practical as giving the death penalty. I think one of the things that makes this case. Stand out and one of the reasons why it became part of a national conversation The arrest of the four employees of dcfs who serve swirled around Gabriel's case. I found myself feeling conflicted about their specific culpability. Especially when you compare it to the culpability of other people other mandatory reporters other people who had contact with Pearl When Gabriel was living with her I'm wondering Garrett I'm not GonNa ask you to take a side on where you land on this but it is complicated right to think about the fact that these four people who were in a system that you reported out is broken are being prosecuted specifically in connection to this crime. It's one of the I think it's one of the hardest questions In the whole case I mean I think everybody who who looks at this case. Also lates between having empathy and sympathy for each of them but also recognizes that. They had a legal duty to this child. They were really the only way that he was going to be able to get out of that dangerous situation. And so this is the type of question where very smart reasonable empathetic people can come down on both sides. You know during your interviews. I heard Some of these case workers talking about certain cases as being linear cut and dry not thinking it was particularly complicated And you know could be handled through regular procedure but has the viewer I mean I think you're interspersed reminders. Of what exactly it is. We're talking about. We're talking about a boy who was tortured and beaten to death. It is hard to balance the sort of logistical wrote. -Ness of that office talk with what is actually happening in people's homes. You know what I'm you know what I mean by that. Yeah I think so. This is Bryan again. I think this is one of the reasons why we really we really couch. The story from the perspective of Gabriel into tried to get him into this as much as possible. This is a real person that that lived in the high desert north of Los Angeles and that came in contact with all of these different agencies and somehow his case and his story just pointed at all the fishers and all the problems in this system right now so I think I understand what you mean the the policy discussion. You know that's going on and and the discussion about you know funding and and WHO's the culpability? And all that stuff is sometimes a little disconnected from the actual human cost on the ground. And I think that's why we wanted Gabriel's presence in this series from the first episode to the last and I think in this is Garrett. I think human story of the case workers so interesting I mean. These are people who they're in a position that lends itself to some of the most extraordinary types of compassion fatigue. I mean they. Are you know every day? They're businesses child abuse and they have so many children needing their attention they have so many mandated tasks to carry out and they're also carrying it out in a department that you know let's be real is not performing at a very high level. It was just a couple years before. Gabriel died that the department did one of its rare studies taking a close look at how these cases were actually going and they found that only two thirds of the cases. Did they ever interview the child alone? Who was the alleged victim of abuse? They also did incredibly shallow investigations. On average fewer than two witnesses were interviewed for each particular call to the child abuse hotline saying that kid was in danger. So when you when you're looking around the office and seeing everybody else doing investigations and a quality of work. That isn't very good you. You know you can't help but imagine that that brings you down as well. Yeah you know the interview that we have with Gregory Merit. Who is a supervisor here? Who was facing could have been facing up to ten years in prison. You know I think that when we look at his story. I hope we don't blink at the failures that were here I hope we don't ever shy away from the clear problems that that happened. In the case of Gabriel but I also think that when you hear him talk and hear him his version and tell his story you know. I think you may have some sympathy for that. You're saying that you're ultimately responsible for about two hundred fifty to three hundred. I think the most children I had at any one time was about two hundred eighty children. How DIFFICULT IS INSECURE? Track of that many cases you can't that's why you have social workers keeping track of that many cases and you don't know every case that you ought to only because the fact that there's so many and my workload was so immense. Nina when you hear his story directly you'll have some sympathy for it Again not that. He wasn't at fault or were that there weren't problems here There clearly were. And then there's separate question is where to those problems go into actual criminality and so we ask all of that. But I I do think that the complexity of of good and evil applies here too. Well I think one of the most beautifully constructed parts of the documentary is episode. Five opens with you know we hear that investigator from the. Da's office calling pat clements and how. She's immediately so angry in defensive. When you call the bill I would like to speak with you regarding your prior employment by La.
"gabriel" Discussed on You Can't Make This Up
"She saw change in him in the last few weeks and months of his life you also have his teacher incredibly moving interviews about the suffering that you know. They saw this little boy going through the first incident that I became aware that something was a normal to start asking me a couple of questions. Ten normal for your mom with a belt on like whoa yeah. Some parents do that and then he said you know but is is a normal to bleed. I'm just it's it's really interesting to me to think about. Framing this huge story around this truly horrific case. How important was it to you that the audience understand who? Gabriel Fernandez was beyond his being a victim of torture. It was really important to hear the voice of the teacher and what she had seen in what she had thought on what she had tried to do. And and one of the most heartbreaking interviews that we did I think was Kiara and astor a few questions and let her tell us what she thought in what she went through and what. She was an what she saw. He was nice to other people especially students in class. But that's until he started to be an APP say he was telling the students in this class that his mom's boyfriend was hitting on him. And that's when you just started being kind of a little bit me because what was going on so that that part was really really important just to understand. Who Gabriel Fernandez? Was this eight year old boy in the high desert north of Los Angeles And during his life his voice was ignored. There are only a handful of people that saw and heard and thought about who he was. As a person I would put the security guard in to that category. The person that tried to raise the alarm At a sort of welfare office that Pro Fernandez had gone into with with the rest of the kids to that there were so many chances to intervene in that weren't taken and so putting him central to the story into the series I think was critical. Gabriel had two. Other Siblings Ezekiel and Virginia. But why do you think? Pearl any sorrow focused on Gabriel for the abuse so we talked to a couple of experts in the film that that described As sort of scapegoat process in which oftentimes the kind of the younger or the kind of child is perceived as weaker in some way Often becomes a focus of abuse and And so we try to unpack that a little bit in the in the series as well just to expand on that a little bit more I've looked at a lot of child. Fatality cases an pattern. You often see is that the abuses focused on one of the children disproportionately and it's oftentimes the child who was separated from the caregiver for the longest period of time. And it's also the child who expresses a little bit of rejection following reunification and we know in Gabriel's case he fell into both of those categories. The siblings had had remained with per offer much greater portion of their lives. And when Gabriel was reunified with Perot after she took him back from the grandparents. He said that he wanted to go back to his grandparents. And that is often times. A risk factor because the parents don't have a way of dealing with that rejection and they sometimes lash out in a way that can be Abusive email. I imagine that as you were making this film and even geared as you're writing your stories for the Times I mean there is always this temptation and we saw it. Play out in some of the rhetoric in court to take People like a sorrow and Pearl and just say monsters right like unmitigated evil. And it's also I think. Difficult to overcome that temptation to just tell a two dimensional story about the abuser. And you really I think in this documentary make a very good faith attempt Through some of the witness testimony we see at trial. And then some of the exploration you do about Pearl's own life to not excuse but sort of flesh out fuller portrait's of these adults. Brian can you talk about that? A little bit. And and if you found that challenging Yeah first of all. Thank you for noticing that we did spend a lot of time trying to understand Adjara Aguirre and Pearl Fernandez and taking everything we could find in court. Records were There was an interview with. I think therapist at one point in this question of evil which came up in the courtroom. You know there's evil in this courtroom and it's sitting right over there and this notion of good and evil that some people are just Kinda born evil. Did you know that was something that kind of emerged as something? We wanted to look at it and think about that a little bit and you're right not not excusing it. But understanding where Pearl came from the challenges she faced and the difficult that she was going through At the time was really really important I think to get a full picture of this Same with the sorrow Gary. Some of us are gear as family wouldn't talk to us So we tried to include what was presented in court that fleshed out his personality. His life Who he was as a person we try to present as much of that material as we could so there is this question about where it is such a horrific act come from what causes people to do something like this and and we didn't think it was simple. One Line that we have at the very end of the peace is the question you know where where does evil come from and we have people speculating that yeah I mean there are times in? Which evil is there is evil in individuals but oftentimes? It's the it's the result of a system that is broken and they outcome is evil but not necessarily the individual components of that system. And you do see evil or child abuse doctrine. You're also seen anger and frustration and poverty. And what am I GONNA do? And I'M GONNA hit my kid because I'm frustrated but I believe the ultimate evil in this world is knowing what's raw seeing what's wrong and looking away now. It didn't seem like a sorrow Gary had been Arrested or tried for any crime like this before he met Pearl and it seemed like some in the documentary were intimating that it was then dynamic of the relationship with Pearl that was part of the recipe of him committing this crime Is that what you're reporting showed to Garrett that he was you know for lack of better word clean before this or was there more to the story there that we didn't see in the film I was never able to find any instances of past history of violence or any criminal history to SRO. It seemed like the the record for parole was darker much earlier and more and much more pronounced and you know obviously sorrow had established a clean enough record to be able to work with the elderly in a in a retirement home and he was also able to pass a licensing test to become a security guard in California so for intents and purposes he had a he had a clean record before he met payroll and he was liked. I mean we saw that in the testimony in the sentencing phase like the people who knew him from his work at the nursing home like really liked him and they said he was a good and kind and patient person. Yeah the people that did talk to us is Brian about. Nato did describe him in very kind of affectionate terms. You know. It's it's probably important to know too. That was from an early part of his life. That there had been D- D- we didn't find people in the few years before this before the incident A lot of those people didn't talk to us or we couldn't find them That sort of thing but the does seem like there was some affection for him as he worked in the in the various jobs he had Brian you mentioned earlier that you started making this film before the case had been completely adjudicated which honestly surprises me. It doesn't surprise me. In terms of the fact that I can see the access the courtroom footage it seems very a contemporaneous what was going on. But what surprises me About hearing that is the access you got to all of the key characters to help. Tell the story episode one opens in such a moving way with this nurse. Who tells us about the evening? That Gabriel Fernandez was brought into the emergency room and the documentation if his injuries. You also have Jonathan Hitomi. The prosecutor.
"gabriel" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"I don't care if you're or seventy five I still oh God because that's coming out of uh-huh purple now. What sounded wet? There's no way you're you've got fifty seven. I went down and I went home with Dave. I swear to God about a month and I just went to the white man. I didn't question. They've made a mistake. Got There about a week later again. My Aso's a little bird in the fuck I go back to a little fucking. Would he Komo like a milk. Dud All loud so yeah. I got a little book that it's like I'm losing the people. But he's got to wear a diaper like two months away from wearing a diaper semester. We'll have some fun shipley bands. He got a impaired driving to throw out the window. You can even do that now because they check your twenty three there you are at home jerking off watching TV and the cops club would get baggy. What you fucking beyond these on and now listen? We've found your fucking sperm and by the way you're not Mexican Gabriel Iglesias. Thank you anything you want to tell Dallas. What season date anything they haven't given any information? What's today with his tour The name of the tourist beyond the fluffy fuck it fucking. God bless fluffy. It's been honored and all you fucking twenty years. I've seen raise up front of me. I'm an old man. I'm fifty seven next it's Wednesday. Wow happy birthday. Wow happy. Birthday is nice present for myself. Fuck Gary let's check them drawers. Check those talking potato tacos and they fucked and Jo Malone is probably the more the other kids will wait to get at the hands on. Thank you very much coming on guys. We love you brother all right. Don't forget you dirty mother fuckers. They add an extra show in Tempe on Thursday night. Ten fifteen and on the twenty seventh and twenty eighth of February I'll be treasury rallying Las Vegas check the fucking schedule schedule. I think the twenty eighth before we leave. I said this is brought to you by butcher box. I am in love with this. What's the best night of the week state night followed by my Momma? Let me get a little sniffle little with listen to me. This meat is fucking tremendous like I said the vacuum seal it delivered right Theodore. It's fresh fresh. Whether you get the salmon the stakes I mean they sent ground beef..
"gabriel" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"It's simply has no question today. I was not I was not approach. Okay but I'm very excited. If anybody can do it will smith can can. He's GonNa be amazed. He's my hero X.. Radio this can all go back to how we were raised in the things that we do in our life to try to prove something not necessarily realizing that the fuel might be coming from a place you that we don't recognize when we're younger. Sure and then you reach a certain point in your life where you go. I don't want to reach for that anymore because because it may be was being. Maybe I was doing that for always the right but maybe it was feeling it is something you don't Wanna I just don't want to connect you anymore. You want to thank you. Sadder is more spiritual your son. What are the craziest things that you might have ever gone to each other? I think that because good ongoing so so my brother would always I was always afraid of like insects and stuff growing up and my brother clued into that insects. Insects like not spiders X. insects insects. I'm not in my brother would would Get like dead spiders and put them here. Maybe like it's dead bringing back he would scream like a banshee. Ranchi with what was funny to me was class one question we go back. Yeah what is a banshee. I don't know something that's screamed and for me. What what makes something? Scary is the fact that it's moving and maybe couldn't crawl on your by to trip me out. Something dead could still give Gabriel. This fear I just thought it might come to life. Because spirals always very still can and they would look like today Gabriel's so centered and with the low boys Jason. He's tall and just enlightened and and to think back at the time and came real there wouldn't even have have to be one we could say that there was one behind buck. There's a bug and he would scream so loud. Oh wait what made you you drink. Something this is like an Oliver pinned me to made me making me pee myself pink. Genetic her son. I chuckled. Emmy B.'s immediately. This is amazing. I didn't think this was going to happen later. The younger siblings yes advice for brothers listening who may not get along who may not even. NB speaking currently it seems you know. Let's just put behind you. It's not worth it. No that The biggest thing I think is to just take a minute and step outside yourself And once you take that away whatever that person whether it's true or false whatever that person's says the experience is that's their experience into respect right even if you know they're lying for teeth something is happening happened. That is making that person. Lie through their teeth and respect that That's that is a lot of times. It's not necessarily about you. It's about that's what I'm they don't make it about about. This is not about me for you. Yes yes that is. That's I'm still dealing with that with our a young keep them in that positive space and let them figure there's just been done is go to respect. Whatever that sibling went through? Who calls the other other more? Just generally I you call me okay for a yeah. Yeah he doesn't have voicemail or something. I right over here and I know you guys ever argue and if you do debate debate yeah word. In that argument it's not. Yeah it's just seems like it just kind of dissipates. It's we're both very understanding and we WANNA make sure both very strong and united. Yeah but were were willing to kind of release that because because it's not about that I like this one actually because it's one thing you would change about your sibling but it's almost like doesn't have to be negative meaning like if I could give Gabriel one thing. I wish that he would do this. Like is there anything about each other that you would change or you would say man. I wish I wish you were more this. I wish you accepted this about yourself off. I have no idea. I don't know the the industry that games. I just know how talented he is and I know that with. DJ -ING There's like a game you have to play And Gabe refuses to play that game selfishly for myself. I just want want. Because he's better than these guys. I want him to play the game so he can have that success for me I would would never ask him to do this but if I could magically and this is strictly for selfish reasons just because I want him to have everything he he. He's so content. Now that you know I wanna I wanna I wanNA gift him that and I know that if he you know they're just wire transfer too.
"gabriel" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"So on today's episode. You're GonNa hear conversation with Tae. And Gabriel Diggs Tan Oliver. They've known each other for a long time. Many many many men that this was the first time you've gotten to know. Oh Gabriel I've known Gabriel. I didn't know him in this capacity. We office got into some deep stuff. I've known Gabriel. He was honestly the most. We just shining bright light. Ray of sunshine was optimistic person. I think I've ever I was so taken by him and and he really does. It's the optimism optimistic I just loved him And Tae is just as equally as bright. I mean How about that man well and they really opened up about their childhood? And it's one of our I think more serious episodes that we've done so far all of it was interesting because I've known for a long time in our relationship Steve but it also very funny I mean we live in comedy like making each other laugh and I would assume we would come on here talk about some interesting things but we actually got into a space of real depth and them sort of talking about their childhood how they grew up and the different perspectives. How taste saw his father one way? and how Gabriel saw him another Tan. Gabriel got a lot closer later later in life so when they grew up was different than got closer later in life worked together and honestly this was a joy of a podcast for us and I think there was some real funny moments elements or some light moments but all in all they really trusted the space an even Gabriel. I remember one time during the interview. He said it is all right for me to do with Tae a anti nice they were. It was nice that they could actually be that truthful and authentic and open up like that. I also think that stories like that are important to talk about because it lets people out there. Know that there's ways to heal those moments in your life and the importance of that relationship. I think their your story can be very helpful for a lot of people. Who are maybe listening to this? Who have gone through similar situations? Yeah you know. That's why it's I just. I love when people come on in here and they start talking about things where you know they. They didn't really expect to. And I think that sort of happened in this space. It's about connection. We wanted wall we want to talk about is why we become who we become an. What are connections? Were in our life of why this relationship of siblings is so important sometimes wordell to hand. That is traumatic and very challenging and then you have a family dynamic that can actually really be your great support system and I think that's what I gathered from Tae and Gabriel and. I think that they help they help each other. You know it's really interesting. Because there is an age difference and again Gabriel's perspective being that of optimism. In a sense I think probably has had an effect on Tay in the way that he has sort of even precede his it with his perception. Even just a little bit. I like throw this in there. Gabriel is so well-spoken. He so eloquent. He he so lovely. He's a handsome man Thomas Start with that. Also WanNa say that Ted eggs is still still so hot guys so it's like crazy. I mean honey. I'm sorry I'm saying this in front of Danny I mean he doesn't age first first of all. How old is tae now? I think he's sixty three. He is fine as can be fine line but also he's just the just on the inside too. I mean the man is just so shiny and positive and fun on and hysterical and can dance like a motherfucker. And he's just you just want to be around him. I know just WANNA be around. I have so much fun when take take comes around two parties. Because he is he danced with so much fun dancing and he's curious dams her. He's a curious curious man. Yes yes that about him and he's not afraid to ask questions that some people may shy away from because she's just genuinely curious about how you are how. How Oh you know how you might think about something? Yeah it's true. I want to get back to dancing. Because I don't even mean dancing. Like he can move dancing like literally dance. Always look like like trained dancing like you could go into a whole routine on the dance floor with today. You know it could go from like having a a nice kind of up in the club moment to literally have like a ginger Rogers Fred astaire moment you know and I just like Oh my God take take my breath away. Sorry I just have to say that. He's fine young old sixty three or sixty three but he looks great anyway is is.
"gabriel" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Always been yes yeah wrestlemainia three really yes which was was nineteen eighty seven. Detroit silver on Silverdome. That's the first of May I saw to my first one so many tools that one where they they they had broadcast from three different locations. I think it was Chicago. La New York New York right yeah neck back then it was closed circuit was at a closed circuit location. I don't know what the hell that that meant I went with my friend to the closed circuit we basically what it was a giant TV in the arena and I remember he was so disappointed that they don't have any live matches and I'm like no we paid money to watch TV in an arena this a stupid who why are we doing this like the fact that you're actually not seeing anything live but that's how you would see the pre pay per view. Yeah you know like now watch fights like that. You know like lobby in Vegas. I can't get into a fight so I just go to one of the casinos. That'll have a a closed circuit cool when you're there sitting there with freaking two thousand people in a banquet hall. There's TV's all over the place and you can get to a bathroom without a problem. It's not bad. It's still it's still good energy. Who are who are some of your favorite wrestlers ever man. How do you think we have time you big time out. Some of your favorites. The past the present Gimme a few from the past and a few from the president well present company excluded a stone calls. Always you know for me. Just I always enjoyed. I liked him more than the rock. I was huge oaken. Fans Stone Co came along and I was just always extol goals don't Colton Bolton and and so getting to meet him. It was was not a disappointment because it wasn't like it was in the rings. I go. Steve Asta coming at you and then meeting them in person. It wasn't hey my name's Steven. No it was the same dude and that for me was like awesome. Ours is so big fan of Jake the snake jake the snake one of those like you know he would never yell always quiet and here you can hear about him and and you're just like. Ooh What's he saying in the snake snake's freak me out and so it was always he's one of those like ooh. Heathrow snaking ring and everybody would get another surprise for he's on the cruise to I became friends with Jake through DP be three. DP became friends with Jake and with Scott. Okay scuttle yes with all three of them are on the cruise this old home week do yeah. You should be paying me to go on the cruise out. Tablet is still available although not anymore. We're sold out now. Oh you bring uh-huh yeah but you mentioned that you went to a double double nothing in Las Vegas Eighty WS I. I was very impressed. It was very very very impressed now. Tell me your thoughts as as a fan who hadn't seen a w before I had. I had certain expectations because I mean you know you guys were pumping pumping it up and all the promos again big fan of of a good production. The PROMOS had high production value didn't seem like it was wonky. It seemed legit Buddy Alfred Amen. GotTa stick. It's gotta stick as he had he got there earlier because I was that a having lunch with a oh I got to think of his name Gordon. I was having lunch with Gordon and so I'm like are you can't even you you know because I had to go the Gordon Ramsay things set up and so I had to send Alfred ahead of me to go so he caught the first few matches. I caught the second half but when I got there. I was very impressed with again. The production value it was as good it was as good as the you know as as the the other guys the matches inches the my favorite match was the younger young bucks young young bucks versus. Lou Brother Spending on Phoenix all my God that that match was just it was non. Stop there in the ring out of the ring. They're doing things in sync I was. I was blown away by that match. I had never never seen the the young young young bucks. I'd never seen them Russell before and I was just these guys been and I be- I became fans of of names and faces that I had never seen before and it was it was one of those things where when I thought it was over clearly it wasn't over. you know you had the match you had the belt and I'm like wow okay. This is awesome and I'm trying to walk out of the building without with my buddy Alfred and Tommy Dreamer. Stop US or are you going to go. I got I got a show to do he because you're walking down the best part turn around. Just keep watching ensure shit. You know you guys set it off and I'm like Oh my God and even then when I thought okay now. It's over next thing you you know there's a freaking gold is up there with a sledge hammer like wow that's the oxy came down and beat up. Canyon me. Oh Dan we we had such a great time and we talked about it. We're like wow this. This is legit. This is legit when you were. GonNa have a good time but we didn't think that it was going to will be at that same level and we felt that it was and I think that's and I think that was everyone's opinion. That's why wasn't all out. I think than we just sold out for TV taping three hours. That's in October so it's an amazing product. Thank you and it's an exciting time for a wrestling fan and to be in the business. This is well you know coming out the gate because I feel like I had that whole. Is it GONNA be like. TNA when they first came out 'cause it was like all the rumblings overcoming out there. It was like Oh okay okay but I didn't get that from Awa. like you said there's a lot of guys that are like. Kanye Megan the young bucks and they've been doing this for years that mainstream wrestling fans have never heard of that are and do the same thing that you just did like where these guys been. There'll be ten year overnight sensations. He's been doing it for so long that are gonNA blow people's minds and that's why I was really excited about it as well so give me a four x shirt that I couldn't find that night four x four X. Awol rocket. I'll get you one last question for. I always if I have a restless on I'll ask them what their favorite match I've ever had and and and bans favorites on they play for you. Is there a certain GIG that stands a few that was like a special gig. your favorite. GIG that you ever did the one that really stands out to me is one right here on the floor. April Seventeenth Twenty Fifteen Madison Square Garden and I could say I played the big house. That's crazy yeah as the headliner as the headliner so that was like okay I even told the crowd says you know every time I do. Interviews and people ask me. When did you know you made it and I go. I've never wanted to say say that because I feel like when you say that you stop growing once you say you've gotten to the to your destination. Why keep pushing keep moving forward and so. I never wanted to say say that because I felt like it would psychologically making stop trying harder. I says but I says but after tonight if someone asked me. Would you know you made it. I'M GONNA have a date and I says I says I'M GONNA say it's April Fifteenth April fifteen twenty any fifteen yeah Madison Square Garden New York City and when I said that the whole building erupted because I said you guys this today people can no today's is the day because after draft playing Madison Square Garden you can't be like I'm still struggling to kind of you. Know Him struggling to take your auto from so-called. That's not bad dude. I'm excited for the crews and we have a great time. I'll make sure that industry to Ric flair don't fan boy too bad when you meet him so so tell everybody who's who's in your host. Now all this analysis let's do it. Let's hear it is right here. Well Brad Williams. could make the crews because of his wife having the audacity to have a baby during the cruise. Oh you knock up your wife. You knew you had a cruise to go to the new host of the Cruise Gabriel Iglesias right here yeah so that means that basically what the hosts means that you have to basically follow me around if to carry my bags. You have to pour me a drink if to clean my cabin if I need it all that sort of stuff that's all. I'm in the green man. I just I just bought a house next door to Brad Williams grandma really. I didn't even know really yeah. Brad hits me already goes eight. Did you just buy a house at such and such. How the hell do they know because it's not even in my name. I put it under a different name to how do you. I don't even go there and like you live next door to my grandma. She's ninety years old and she knows you live there. All my God well. You registered a different name but you registered under fluffy no off right now his grandma she's ninety years old but she's like neighborhood. Watch oh Jewish neighborhood watch. She knows what's going on. Yeah that's great man. Show the two brads grandma shot at the breath grandma and shut up two brads a future kid yeah and shot up to to the new host of the Jerky so then you hosted the cruise Gabriel Iglesias. Thank you all right. Thanks to Fluffy Gabriel's beyond the fluffy world tour two thousand nineteen starts Friday. This Friday in North Dakota used to go there from Winnipeg for vacations. what happened in place you can get tickets at fluffy. Guy Dot Com makes me check him out. He's so funny and his Netflix comedy series. Mr Glaze just got picked up for season to go binge sees them one so that you're ready new episodes come out next year and of course you will see. Am Hosting Chris Jericho's rocking agency part is sold out but you could still get on the waiting list at Chris Jericho cruise dot com. If somebody can't can't make make the reservation happen can't can't go go to the good of the cruise or whatever if a cabinet opens up before we set sail January you'll be able to join us for the case of a life in the still a chance go to Chris Jericho cruise dot com sign up for the waiting list to get on the ship with fluffy ric flair and debut. Jake Roberts Booker T. MVP the guerreros rose Jack Slaves keeping the ice cold and ready Craig Gas Fonzie farewell two fear kick axe the torch Rubik's Cube Jerry James Nichols because Davis Vivek project killer Queens the whole Awa crew the young Bucks Cody Kenny Omega Brandy Roads Hangman Pay John moxie panella before Lucia Soroush. Mg have all the famous big stars will be there beyond the darkness. Don goes stories. Go get on the waiting list of Christianity cruise DOT COM and go to Iraq dot com to get tickets for the last last four shows of the unleashed in the West tour. We are going to be in Dallas tonight. September twenty fifth can't haul Jerry James Nichols and sons of Texas September Twenty six Houston.
"gabriel" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"He started in a small town in texas worked as hats off to become one of the most famous wrestlers of all time. We're going to take care of business tonight. And that's the bottom line and now he's dominating the world of on demand audio uh-huh and he's doing it for the working man. This is a damn good outlook for miniscule the bullshit off my brain. This is steve austin on the league sleet to another classic still steve austin show every week. We're bringing out some of the most requested episodes of the podcast from behind the archives. We have another great in for you this week and here's my producer shown to tell you all about it. Hello and welcome to another classic episode of steve austin. Show it is producer. Sean with another great episode of the podcast is that you may not have heard the first time around but here it is for your listening pleasure. It is episode number one twelve the return of gabriel iglesias original air date made. I i two thousand fourteen. This episode does feature comedian superstar worldwide superstar gabriel iglesias on the podcast. I believe it is his second time. As a guest on steve austin show <hes> he appeared on a much earlier episode as one of the things was single double digits suggests that he was on and he show up a little bit later but this is the second time he's on he is <hes> with fellow comedian jerry rocha as they hang out with steve at three seventeen gimmick street to talk about a whole lot of things is the wild episode and definitely was up to the unleashed moniker of the podcast so but the kids the bed <hes> <hes> if you don't want them to hear every single dirty word in the book but yeah gabriel jerry steve they have a crazy time talking about wrestlemainia thirty wrestlemania thirty just happened a month prior to this so they <hes> do talk a little bit about that as well as some fantasy booking. They have some fun putting together. Some <hes> would be scenarios also talking about john sina vices k. fehb fluffy as he is also known as a gabriel iglesias cut a promo on c. M. punk at fluffy does give his ideal w._b._z. Opponent that he <hes> wishes to square off against so we'll have to stick around and through the episode for that answer and they also give steve a lot of crap for not properly recording the podcast i believe is was the episode prior briar that gabriel was on and him and his crew hung out with stephen steve forgot the press record for the majority of it and so they had a record a bunch of it so i bet that was a lot of fun for everybody on site but yeah they do give steve a lot a lot of flack for that so good times all around also you're gonna dig gabriel real as a guest coming up on this coming tuesday's episode of straight up steve austin steve mentioned that on the tuesday show and he just had the man becky lynn sean with a quick the ending to the episode if you haven't seen online yet but gabriel iglesias will be a guest i believe this coming week and if this episode an indication of the report that steve and gabriel have you guys will be in for treatment so because dig it all right this steve austin history. I don't have a lot to report today. Being a september ever fifth but stuff i do report pretty wild first office start off in nineteen ninety-one for w._c._w. In augusta georgia it's clash of the champions sixteen sixteen has a remote rural properly <hes> yes sixteen fall brawl. This is the o._g..
"gabriel" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"You basically just you know draw a line between the two and find that point on a straight line but with aftereffects the really nice and emissions used basically yo easing in an easing out which are very common things but they also have very like custom timing curves that an artist or an animator actually draw their own timing curve which is basically another another cubic busy curve in time that controls how something moves so we have to write a bunch of interpreters that would interpret late these things in a in a cubic space which was a little more difficult at i know that ad gabriel headed to a bunch that on android as well yeah exactly and so these are a lot of these fundamental building blocks were there in android but let's say prior to lahti you were given one of these animation's you could technically do it obviously it as possible because body of is able to render it but it takes so much manual work to build it up and constructed in the right way and and if you are to do it by hand you you just wouldn't even consider it because the thought of even making the slightest modification to it or doing anything relatively complex is just it's not worth the time it's not worth spending a week to get a to do a little splash or a little fireworks effect it just it's not you know being realistic it doesn't make sense to actually do that so what we wanted to do with lodhi is too.
"gabriel" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Gabriel gabriel sorry thom how do we free people from the matrix in what exactly does that mean to you can you to funding yes so the definition of the matrix to me is the web of limiting beliefs that people pull over their own eyes and accepted that's all this really possible in life which poorest is a lie and if you're gonna lie to yourself lining empowering way might i suggest so that is really what it's all about helping people understand that they really can do anything they said their mind to i'm gonna say it without limitation and all the content that we're putting out is designed to do that now the social content is a very small drop in that bucket and i really believe that the actual real play is traditional narrative content itself so comic books books tv shows movies in video games those are going to be the ways that we really adjust people's behaviour and my thing is how do you pull somebody other matrix that doesn't want to be pulled out and the answer to that to me is narrative because you're building your beliefs your belief system brick by brick whether you mean to or not it's the things your parents say it's the tv shows z washed movies the books and all of that the read and the characters that you identify look up to if they ever limiting belief you will adopt said same limiting belief and a lot of times we connect most deeply to the people that we can identify with and if we already have negative beliefs were again then going to connect with other people that have negative beliefs and you get into this negative down spiral but it feels good because you feel hurt and understood not realizing that you can actually build and empowering mindset and beal anand just by people who have been empowering mindset so i think that creating that traditional narrative stuff is how we're really going to be able to impact people the research is so definitive on this and people who and talking about a free very very very long time so i am utterly convinced that that is.