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BLM: The Making of a New Marxist Revolution
"One of the questions that I have for you is, can you describe to the audience about the book that you wrote about BLM? Is it consistent with some of the things that you've said or is there some more nuance to the book? Now I remember driving in late 2020 the fall of 2020. And I had seen things very clearly in my drive home when I saw what they were doing, the founders of Black Lives Matter. And I called my publisher and I said, look, I want to write a book on BLM, you know, you don't have to publish it or find another publisher, and they said, no, no, it sounds just about right. Let's have a meeting in the morning. And we met the next morning and I sat down right away, and I started writing in the book really writes itself and all the information brand and all the information is there.
Exposing the Charlatans of Black Lives Matter
"Well, Mike, I want to start out by just talking about Black Lives Matter. You know, we've heard of the controversy of Patrice colors and a spending of Black Lives Matter and that to me is the smoke. I mean, that is the fire, the blaze and the fire, but the smoke, which is what kills most people in these fire situations according to my father who was a firefighter. The smoke inhalation is what kills people. So I want you to dive into for the audience the smoke inhalation effect of the residual effect of what Black Lives Matter has done, not just necessarily the financial issues. Yeah, I'm very happy you put it that way because what I always say is that look, apparently there's grift involved, they have bought these mansions and Toronto and Southern California, in other places. But to me there will always be grifters. This is actually a feature not a bug of communism, brezhnev and andropov all had their hunting villas called dashas in the Russian countryside, Fidel Castro died a billionaire. To me, much more important than this is the ideology of the black lives matters organizations and allow me here a Brandon to make a difference. I don't talk about the concept, I embrace the concept. Black Lives Matter to me, it's important to assert that Black Lives Matter. I believe that. Disagree with me. But I believe that it's important to assert it because of history that we don't even need to explain. The organizations and their founders, though, is what matters to me because the Black Lives Matter global network foundation were founded by committed, I would say fanatical marxists whose project is central planning who really just use social justice as a fig leaf and who are having a huge impact on our lives today.
How BLM Is the Root of Violennce
"In 2020, we saw the biggest jump of homicides are murders in the United States of America at 30% and 54% of those murders were black people. So can you explain to the people that are listening? The ramifications of violence perpetuated by Black Lives Matter, we could start from 2014 all the way down to today. You know, Brandon, I used to say, do you want to be called officer potato? Either way, it's good with me. Either way, I used to say that 54% figure, and then a guy in Kansas who has crunched the numbers, reached out to me, and he said, you should take a look at these numbers for 2020 and 2021. Because it's a real carnage that's taking place in the black community. If 54, you say 54% because that's the average blacks tend to be just over 50% of the victims of homicide year in and year out, but for the last 18 months in places like St. Louis and Milwaukee, the homicide victims have been like 80% black, 70% black. And this is, I would say this huge spike in homicides is has to be put at the door of something called the Ferguson effect. The Ferguson effect is something that has been documented that homicides and crime rise in places where Black Lives Matter have had demonstrations and riots and protests are between 2014 and 2019.
Media Rushes to Share Murky Uvalde Details
"At the end of this, we all may say that you've already police chief is a complete idiot and he costs the lives of 21 people. Or at the end of this, we may be, you know, the situation may comes out that, hey, he may come out that, hey, he may have done all that he could with the information he had. He had bad information. You know, be open minded to those two possibilities and allow evidence to dictate what you are saying and not allow emotion to dictate, we are not like the left. I don't care how crazy situation sound. I don't care how emotional you get. Do not allow emotions to dictate your response.
Paul Sewald, cut by Mets, wins for M's in Citi Field return
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Josh Mandel: We Cannot Afford to Have More RINOs in Washington
"Why is this race important in Ohio and to the entire nation One of the most important things for the nation is ensuring that this next generation of Republicans who are elected are constitutional conservative fighters We can not afford to have more rhinos in Washington We can not afford to have more Mitt Romney's more Adam kinzinger more Liz Cheney's more Anthony Gonzales We just can't afford and we're at a crossroads or a fork on the roads I should say in the Republican Party And I think this election here in Ohio is ground zero for that fork in the road Down one path goes these big government I hate to even call them Republicans because I don't even know what they are like Romney and Cheney and kinzinger and Gonzalez and others And that's not the path we can be
You're Being Lied to About Ukraine: The Truth With Pedro Gonzalez
"I was really moved by a friend of mine's Twitter feed this morning about how Ukraine and their government, not the people of Ukraine. We need to make that distinction. They have been misrepresenting things intentionally. And he's a very smart man and he seems to be always ahead of the curve. Well, what's happening in our country and the world. It's page organ Gonzales Pedro. Welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie. Thanks for having me back. Of course. All right, tell us about your Twitter feed and we'll go from there. Unfortunately, Twitter actually seems to be the best vehicle for pushing back against what I don't know how else to describe as Ukrainian propaganda. A lot of this stuff actually comes straight from the president of Ukraine himself and zelensky and his officials. I try not to use Twitter excessively because I think it rots your brain, but I have never seen so many stories that are completely fake, go viral at the rate that they are right now. And so I've, like I said, unfortunately, we've been spending a lot of time on Twitter. Trying to push back on this stuff because the purpose of all of these different lives, sometimes it's subtle, sometimes it's not too subtle, and we'll get into that, but the purpose of them is to get the United States and NATO into a broader conflict, and this would essentially be World War three, except between countries with nuclear
Democrats Are Schizophrenic Saying Critical Race Theory Is Not Taught
"More from belcher Cut ten CRT was on the ballot And quite frankly it was a mobilizing energizing force on the right And Democrats on the right Period Not just on the right with all kinds of people Independents Democrats Republicans all came together and said no Now you have people like Christopher roof oh and Michael Gonzales had heritage and others who had been talking about this for some time But right here we nationalize this issue We nationalized it behind this microphone We nationalized it on the vin TV life liberty and Levin of course in American Marxism We explained it in great detail Because I have these platforms A year or two ago nobody understood what critical race theory was Nobody And people began to see what was happening to their children in the classroom during the pandemic Because the virtual learning what is this stuff And we've spent hours and hours and hours of going through this and extensively writing about it On a national platform that reaches every corner of this country in millions and millions of people So we were familiar with it and so in the media pushed back on behalf of their benefactors And push back and said it's not being taught We told them their liars When they said it's not racist we told them their liars The whole point of the book is we even told them who invented the ideas who developed the ideas whose writing books on the ideas and what these ideas are
Rep. Tony Gonzales Calls Border Situation a 'Humanitarian Crisis'
"Republican representative Tony Gonzalez in Texas yesterday on CNN, that's exactly what he said. And he said This is a humanitarian crisis on steroids. Kudos to him for telling the truth. Listen to this. What are the conditions you've seen? Drug It's got it's got reds Jean, You know it's a humanitarian crisis on steroids, you know, over 8000 migrants under this bridge, it is hot outside. There are only you know, a handful of Porta potties out there you have Children. You have a lot of single males as well. Border Patrol agents are doing everything they possibly can. And they deserve our thanks for that. But this is beyond a breaking point. This is something that needs to be taken. Seriously. Now, time is running out. Everyone. One is tired. Uh, in South Texas in Texas. In general, we feel abandoned by the administration. Put the politics aside, come together and let's solve this.
Netflix Wins Big at the Emmys
"The emmys were last night and netflix. Dominated the show we look at what series one and wide net flicks is the king of tv right now. I'm oscar gonzales filling in for roger. Chang and this is your daily charge. Joining us is seen at senior reporter. Joe salzman welcome joan. Thank you all right. Well let's break down the show last night be who are the big winners in and one who who won. Let's put it that way. Well we're talking networks slash service. Netflix As you noted was the true winner of last night it one more emmys than any other network at one more enemies than the next two companies combined and it was the first time in years that hit that it outright beat. Hbo and the number of wins at tied. Hbo once in two thousand eighteen but really hbo has been the king of any statues perennially for for years. It was also the most emmy wins that any net tied cbs way back in the pre Streaming pre cable dominance era. Cbs one forty four emmys in one ear. And that's the most up until the only network. That's one that many up. Until this point. So in terms of the companies i wanna flex was was clearly out ahead and then partly. That was because of some of netflix is shows the crown one At tied with the queen's gambit for the most emmys first single program they both want eleven and then among others you know there are a lot of standouts from scrappy your upstarts from apple d. Plus for example ted lasso. They're sort of sports workplace. Fish out of water comedy series won seven awards total Including big awards for comedy series and three acting awards last night so it was a big night for streaming services and a big night for some Buzzy rituals that may be people hadn't heard of before
Debunking the Most Common Anti-Vaccine Myths
"One thousand nine. Vaccines are safe and free but many are still hesitant to get the shot. Let's break down some of the biggest anti vaccine myths. And why the wrong chang. This is your daily charge. Joining us is resident. Myth buster reporter gonzales. Walk them oscar. Happy to be here before we get into the specific minutes oscar. Can you tell me why they've been so effective in in spreading out and getting folks to doubt the efficacy of these vaccines to put it in simple term. It's social media facebook twitter instagram tick-tock and read it. These are all platforms that because of algorithms they They become a big sort of echo chamber for those who want to believe in the On the the vaccine mets. It's happening all over the place. In a myth can go really can go viral really fast And it's it requires a matter. Of trying to debunk them. But usually by the time Debunking happened swell misery out there and people now believe a false claim In larger numbers than they will read the actual facts disproving neck light
Apple vs Epic Games Lawsuit: Apple Must Allow Other Forms of in-App Purchase
"Us judge yvonne gonzalez rogers came back with her ruling in the epic games versus apple fight on friday her decision to seen by most as a win for apple. Not an outright win. More of a. It could have been a lot worse win. Basically apple has to lead developers put buttons and links and their apps to take customers to third party. Payment options effectively says a piece from tech crunch. The judge has ruled that apple cannot prohibit developers from adding links for alternative payments beyond apple's app store based monetization remember the deal apple made with lawmakers in japan for outside payments for reader apps. Yeah this is basically that but for every app that wants to take advantage. According to the ruling apple can no longer stop developers from one including in their apps and their meta data buttons external links or other calls to action that direct customers to purchasing mechanisms in addition to end up purchasing and to communicating with customers through points of contact obtained voluntarily from customers through account registration within the app. Not what apple would have wanted but again could have been worse. The app store might have been deemed a monopoly. It was not according judge gonzales rogers while the court finds that apple enjoys considerable market share of over fifty five percent and extraordinarily high profit margins. These factors alone. Do not show antitrust conduct. Success is not illegal with that bart apple was
Court Hearings Begin in Trevor Bauer Assault Case
"I have brought you here today. Because i am trying to understand this whole. Trevor bauer story. You have been immersed in this. This is basically your beat at this point. Yeah pablo. I am a weird combination of bleary eyed but highly caffeinated from reading court documents up until about two or three o'clock in the morning basically every night this week. Alton gonzales covers major league baseball for espn from los angeles so the hearing that starts today alden. Which is why you've been up all hours. Explained where things stand with that. What type of case. This is because trevor. Bauer has not been arrested. He has not been charged with a crime. Helped me understand where things on the legal side of this between this twenty-seven-year-old woman whose name we are not using and trevor bauer. What's on the line in the hearings this week. So pablo this bauer case. It's neither criminal trial nor a civil proceeding. Nobody is seeking compensation here. It is simply a request from the woman in question for no contact and protection from trevor. Bauer she has been granted a temporary restraining order. And so this week. The court in los angeles is going to decide whether or not to make that permanent now in california making it permanent means that he is not allowed to contact or be around that woman for up to five years and trevor. Bauer could be ordered to not just stay away from the woman in communicate with her but maybe not also be allowed to possess any
Gardner Lifts Yanks Over Mariners 3-2 in 11 for 4th Straight
"The Yankees won their fourth straight and seventh in eight games since the trade deadline by outlasting the Seattle Mariners three to two in eleven innings Brett Gardner's two out single in the eleventh of Kenyan Middleton scored because when a Joey Gallo from second to give New York the win the expedited one Ameren judges sacrifice fly in the eighth and again at two one son Carlos stands two out single in the tenth setting the stage for the veteran gardens aerobics be able to come through in that spot like I said and such what feels like such a big game for for early August you know just dumb number that'll never get old for sure yeah he's used nine pitchers to stave off the mariners who got six and two thirds shutout innings from their starter Marco Gonzales Tom Mariam New York
Pentagon Confirms Officer Killed in Attack Outside Building
"Federal investigators are digging into the background of a Georgia man who officials say fatally stabbed the Pentagon police officer to transit station outside the building before being shot and killed. FBI officials have not revealed the motive for why 27 year old Austin lands ambush 37 year old officer Jorge Gonzales out of bus platform
The Abduction of Jody Plauche
"And as the placebo has got more and more involved re karate. Jeff became more and more of a fixture in the families orbit. You have to remember. Jeff is only twenty four. He's a young guy and he doesn't know anyone in baton rouge so we're sure. He's thrilled that his family is welcoming him in and he's getting the sense of community that most people crave jody's parents were thirty. Nine year olds. Gary in june and they really liked jeff in the boys saw him sort of like an uncle figure. One particular time jody's at gary brought jeff home with them for family dinner and gave him spare clothes to change into and after that jeff would start bringing the boys home from karate he would take them tournaments as well as other fun activities connected to the fight team. There was real trust built between jeff in that family but on february nineteenth nineteen eighty-four that trust would be shaken to the core was january nineteenth. Nineteen eighty-four it was a sunday morning. He asked my my little border. Cork this is how close this family had become far each other's cars and things like that jeff told jody's mom that he didn't have his car because his brother dropped him off and that he needed his car because of some business dealing with having to do with down with his brother. So jody's mom. June said sure or the car. Jeff said he'd have the car back soon and then he laughed but he brought jody with him. They did meet up with. Jeff's brother. Mike in port arthur but it definitely wasn't to conduct any business. We drove out to his brothers. Mike house grab some clothes and sleeping bag and other stuff and we took my mother's call from gonzales. Louisiana support arthur texas and. That's where his mother and sister live. That's where he was from. Okay so why. The hell is jody with jeff on this excursion. And what exactly is going on here. Here's jody on what happened next. We say we just sunday night. And then the next day we went to another port louisiana looking for money basically. We didn't have any money. Okay so let's unpacked. Some of what is going on here. Jeff borrowed the car belonging to the mom of a little boy. He teaches karate to he said little boy with him but they don't go where they said that they were going the grab clothes and camping equipment and then jeff takes jodi out of state and we assume that right now alarm bells are probably going off in your head and have been for some time. Now they're going off and ours too but remember it's nineteen eighty four and it's unclear at what point jody's parents would have realized that jodi was actually missing and it's not like jeff had a cell phone that they could call at anytime of the day so at this point. Just imagine the paralyzed state of jody's family. Who do you call. would you do. And how the hell do you track down your kid
Trump Holds First Rally Since Leaving Office
"Former president. Donald trump is back on the campaign trail holding his first such rally. Since leaving the white house this time in support of a former aide max miller. He's challenging. Ohio congressman anthony gonzales. Who voted to impeach trump trump told the crowd and cleveland republicans will win the midterms the very first rally of the two thousand twenty two election. We're going to take back. The house will to take back this. Trump's appearance marks a return to a more public phase of his post-presidency he left office with a historic second impeachment. Following the january six attack on the capital trump has vowed to campaign against all ten house. Republicans who voted to impeach him for inciting insurrection.
Former President Trump Holds First Rally Since Leaving Office
"A rally Saturday night in Wellington, Ohio, his first rally since leaving office. He repeated his false claims that the 2020 presidential election was tainted by fraud. Calling it the scam of the century. Event was held to promote the candidacy of Max Miller, a former White House aide who is mounting a primary challenge to Republican Congressman Anthony Gonzales. Gonzalez was one of 10 Republican House members who voted to impeach Trump for his role in the January 6th insurrection. The U. S men's
"gonzales " Discussed on Malicious Life
"Interests you can be presented with perfectly good exits alternate paths. That reason -able person would take in a second. That really only have one good answer and still go the wrong way.
"gonzales " Discussed on Malicious Life
"Albert was brought into an nypd station quickly. News of his arrest reached the of the us attorney in new jersey and also the secret service would be investigating shadow crew. It's a bit strange. Maybe why did the people who bodyguard the president care about computer hackers so over the years of course as digital crimes emerged that has evolved into the secret service investigating really all kinds of digital financial crimes escorting presidents and investigating hackers. Don't get it either but there you go. They investigate this type of fraud. But they're not making a whole lot of progress on so after gonzalez has caught. He's debriefed and word gets to the electronic crimes task for his and they realized that albert could potentially help them nab other people who are committing the same types of crimes. They didn't just want albert. They wanted shadow crew and he wasn't in a position to tell them no. They had his computer with millions of stolen credit cards on it already in evidence. He later recalled to a new york. Times reporter how quote. I was twenty two years old and scared. When you have a secret service agent in your apartment telling you you'll go away for twenty years. You'll do anything i think. That's a really poignant quote because again albert really did care about the community. He didn't feel good about busting other people. But it's clear. He felt like he was between a rock and a hard place. I know what i do. In his position. I start squealing lack a pig at the time. He's also addicted to drugs. Cocaine other drugs. He also smoked so he's not in a very good place from a health perspective and he needs more money to support his habits than he has. The secret service Handed albert view. He couldn't refuse. They offered to pay for his living expenses. They helped him work through his withdrawal and inex- exchange. They wanted him to help them. They also offered to not throw him in jail. The even proposed salary of seventy five thousand dollars a year adjusting for inflation. That's six figures in today's money. Pretty good job offer even if you're not on the hook for international cyber theft albert wasn't completely out of his mind. He accepted their terms. And that means if you're keeping track the guy who got a job at an isp by hacking them now landed a job with the government by stealing from millions of people. You've got to admit. He stands out from other job candidates though it must have made foreign awkward first date on the job. He didn't blend in with his coworkers. One secret service agent recall that quote. He was extremely thin. He smoked a lot. His clothes were disheveled. So now they partner up albert and the secret service. I can't imagine that it was an immediately good partnership so interesting. You said that because by all accounts it was by all accounts was an amazing partnership. Albert was closest with an agent named michael. Michael told the times quote in the beginning he was quiet and reserved but then he started opening up. He started to trust us. He was very respectable. very nice. very calm very well. Spoken albert was an excellent educator. He was very patient. He was very calm. He is very nice. He built friendships with the secret service. Agents you really open their eyes and help them understand his world and how it worked between seemed like albert was trying to help another agent told the new york times how he could be very disarming. If you let your guard down. I was well aware that was dealing with master of social engineering and seven. But i never got the impression he was trying to deceive us and quote. Albert developed genuine relationships with some of the agents. A couple of his buddies called soup after his hecker handle and these stability of his new lifestyle started having a positive effect on his welby. He may have come in extremely thin and disheveled but quote over time he gained weight started cutting his hair shorter and shaving every day. It was having a good effect on his health and quote. in short albert had redeemed himself. He turned the corner. He no longer had to still credit cards in deal really shady underbelly of society. But the thing about obsession is nazi illogical. It makes you do things that are against your own.
"gonzales " Discussed on Malicious Life
"Have you ever been obsessed. I'm not talking about being really into something not o. G. i'm obsessed with capa- i mean really obsessed something that took over your life. You couldn't stop thinking about it. He had control over you. It was as a teenager. That albert gonzalez one of the few greatest cybercriminals in history developed the obsession. That would go on to ruin his life but before that he was just an ordinary kit really. His dead was the interesting one in the family in the early seventies. Alberto gonzales senior built handmaid's raft with two friends and used it to try and cross the caribbean. He was two days on the water when an american submarine spotted him in the florida strait and the coast guard cutter came to the rescue. It was a classic immigrants story coming over with nothing heading to work from the bottom. He moved to miami started landscaping company and married fellow. Cuban maria in nineteen seventy seven. Alberto and maria lived at thirty second street and sixty fourth avenue in working class neighborhood. South of downtown miami. Their house was small. But pretty with palm trees flowers a spanish tiled roof and away that awkwardly overlaps with what looks like a half finished sidewalk. Like many other cuban emigres. There were politically conservative churchgoing people and their son. Albert junior was a fine kit close with his parents and his sister outgoing which friends helpful with his father's landscaping company. He was handsome. Tan skinny with black hair cut short. His grades were good and then when he was twelve he bought his first computer. A lot of us. Computer geeks have the same origin story. You're first computer. Being totally enamored by it spending all day in your room. Coding or playing games albert liked his computer yes but he only became obsessive over it after something unfortunate happened something that knocked him onto a different trajectory than you and i. His new computer contracted the virus alberto senior and maria called in the the commission that sold them the machine. But the boy was hardly sad or scared as you'd expect him to be in that situation. He was frustrated annoyed. And maybe a little curious later recalled quote. I had all these questions for him. How do i defend myself from this. Why would someone do this. Albert decided to get to the bottom of the virus thing and just kept going further and further into the rabbit hole. At first. it didn't seem too bad. He family figured he could turn computers into a career if he really liked them. This much and as family spend recalled quote. His dad said it's better than him getting high or running around with gangs and quote but then alberta junior schoolwork fell away. He had less time for chores and landscaping his relationships deteriorated and he became more troublesome in the house his sister later described how quote he would sit at the computer for hours. At a time he went from being extroverted and talkative kid. Too quiet introverted. And obsessed and quote. It was becoming clear that this computer thing wasn't just a hobby. It was unhealthy. His mother begged him to see a psychologist but he wouldn't. His father even convinced some of his friends in the local police to stage arrest. It didn't work by nineteen ninety-five h fourteen. Albert was using stolen credit cards from the dark web to buy video games albums and choose. Oh and he was part of a group that hacked into nasa now if this were anything other than the militias life podcast. That would seem like the crazy part of the story. But you've heard this one before right. There were the stralia kids that distrupted a space shuttle launch using the quarter in nineteen eighty nine. In fact albert isn't even the only teenager from miami to have heck nasa in the ninety s a few years after albert. Did it a fifteen year. Old named jonathan james. Who lived an eight minute. Drive from albert's. According to google maps would steal safety critical source code running the international space station. So perhaps what's most surprising isn't what albert did but how he handled himself next because it was shortly thereafter about halfway into his freshman year when a couple of nice folks visited the principal's office at south miami asking for him. They were employees of the federal bureau of investigation. They invited albert junior albert senior and their lawyer assembly. Friend to the fbi's office in miami an agent set with the boy and the spoke for over four hours. The fbi wanted to know how he'd put it off. The lawyer recalled quote hours in the guy pulls us into the hallway and says this kid is amazing. His running circles around me and quote. The agents agreed not to prosecute. If mr and mrs gonzalez took away their son's computer for six months albert went back to school and you think that be the end of it album. Gonzales was now in the crosshairs of the fbi. Any reasonable person would quit after that and get a new hobby. But do you know what albert instead not much different. When he got his computer back he picked right back where he'd left off and by the time he graduated high school. He was far more prolific spending more time devoted to more serious cybercrimes. It's a patent. you'll notice about him. It's pathological at sin points in his story albert will face more of these inflection points. These exit doors alternate paths. He could take to make his life. Vastly better choices. That you and i would take in a second. That really only have one reasonable answer but he just keeps committing cybercrimes. And that's the big thing about obsession. Even when a big fat warning signs slaps you in the face even when there's better choice available it's just not enough because obsession is not logical albert zealous and some of his friends would go on to pull off some of the most remarkable crimes.
"gonzales " Discussed on Real Food Real People
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"gonzales " Discussed on Real Food Real People
"Money for for his own pocket so that's not a it's not a point just put money and then western because the picker scum and don't don't do good job so i always think when i don't kill your business or is not your business when when i working for somebody else i think like my job. I wanna see my a my job like growing up productive. So that's what. I'm thinking. I always i don't care is my own job. I don't care. I'm working for somebody else. If when i working for somebody else. I tried to do my best because when i do my best. My boss has a results too And he has a job for me on he needs to then respect you for that and compensate you. Do you see that you said some good some bad. Sometimes the make bad things the supervisors Especially in spanish supervisor. You know what mexico said. You're you're like worst enemy as same like juries. So my worst enemy is not that people. It's not the indian people my worsened. My people you know what sometimes is like says somebody sold him and like free market crops. And he says oh. Do you wanna buy like i mean mexican crimes or you want to buy like chinese crop and then somebody stopping seat in those boxes and see the crops is the same and says what is the different why you say spanish crops in manuscripts and he says look i said. Where's the difference is the synchro now. Look the spun. It don't care about it. Because i pay attention in the chinese trump. Why the china scrub because china's grout make like like steps like letters and so one them down and the other one and top dollar one and top and take a risk. Go up and the box in. Just take it up from the bucks in spending blom you consider this bundle even when one is running out a little bit up the other one just putting down you understand what. I'm trying to say so when you have when you try to do something. Sometimes you're like those people in charge for companies. You wanna try to do the best thing. But those as like supervisors just put you down. Because don't like to see those Anybody else rowing so your worst enemy as some of you site. It's it's kinda like in our family sometimes sometimes. We're the hardest on our own family. Yeah in my opinion and my personal experience. I'm learning. I growing up in christian jewish and i learning.
"gonzales " Discussed on Real Food Real People
"Rowing the veggies. When will buy store. What about about working in farming. What do you think the people who go to the store and buy the food. What do they not understand about the people who are growing at the workers. I hear a lot of people say. Oh you know. Workers are not being treated well. Different things like that. Is that true. Or what is the truth about farm workers and and what's going on isn't i said that's different. I have different bosses who different like farmers. You've probably seen good and bad. Yeah i i have bad experience with someone's That's fifty fifty. There's always thinking janetta to respect you worker. You work respect the bus and just do the job like i always. I always said. And i and i told my group workers and they said have you guys do good job. I wanna present will jump from lie for my job. My boss yeah. I don't want like trouble meeting you. And i don't trouble me and my boss and i said do you know the outpost i understand. Farmers just put a lot of money. It's like my dad and sometimes the workers don't understand that it's like i said. Look apple's i'm talking about the apples. We have more experiencing the apples working a lot of times. That said look. Some peaks comes from california. Because the box from apple's it's like very money when you what you make a lot of money so some pickers just come just to make manny And just picked up apple so roof careful. Yeah the obstacle careful that owners make so much money so much job to got a very poor route from from the cannery in the country. Graded that. Apple's got a very good gray but gray or just juice. When i think this same experience with the other batteries. Yeah the bears from the jews. How you can a pound sample to five cents. Maybe yeah good. Berries from the store very nice buried. You consider them like dollar. Maybe so that's the point that works needs to do like candidates town but sometimes works. Don't understand that point from the the farmers. yeah well both need each other. Yeah have both bull. There needs to be respect. That goes both ways between everybody right. Yeah because i said the farmers put all the in there in wait like the whole year to wait in the harvesting from the apples. And then you can come in just one month destroy. Just destroy because you wanna make money. You don't want to do a good job just to one or make money. How much interest make money. Yeah but what about next year. Yeah the farmer.
"gonzales " Discussed on Real Food Real People
"Because i see so much for varieties from potatoes and i'm learning. I always learn everything. I like like like learning something different and networking mayberry's for ami i work in in terms like system. Sometimes starting back just like Seat me like time. For just for the seat. Percy denoting and then i'm done and then i go back to the phones when karston. I need a comeback to help again neither firms and then finally i got like the whole year in and i've worked in for four years What can you know e farms. See potato grower here. I've worked for them a little bit part time a couple years when they needed some help during during dirt work time But you know my uncle there. Too right yeah. He's my supervisor. I work there. He charged for the seats. Yeah so yeah crazy. Small small world kind of thing. So you work. You worked for e b a bunch and then now you're doing restaurant work and stuff again to yeah in awhile. That thing is because i have my daughter on the university. So i don't want to get hurt dreams when not working in levi's The government says all you guys make a lotta money. I'm going to think like that. Because i don't have money i i the government says all no you guys can support your daughter that you guys make a lot of money but anita pay house. I needed so much another stuff to bake. And then my daughter started university. Two years ago. So i feel so sad to leave for Amid for if ounce because two things is very nice bosses. Very nice greg and murray. So that's a very good people. Blessing people for my me and my family. And i always appreciate it all the things he those guys can do for us in but i said i need a. I need to leave because me and my husband here. The government says you guys make a lot money and my daughter can receive the the like help for university.
"gonzales " Discussed on Real Food Real People
"So you're you're i don't know how do you make this angela's i make for very long years and i never make tastes like tomatoes. And let's say you know what. Because i have my own list. I make my own salsa. I don't wanna go bind store salsa and just like put together i make my own salsa i make my own chips i make my own chips and my and my restaurant. I'm not buying chips from store. I make my own chips. I made my tortillas with corn not not like like something from the store no no no make real and he says congratulations. That's the point. That's what you have very good cells because good taste good food. I don't care to place people decide. Come here because taste. The food tastes really good. And i have a box and my resum like for your opinion for your request Yup good or not good you foot. I always on the night. I really with my son. And my husband i said don't don't hear like two five people say oh i like these food but like sample you have five opinions nami conrad opinions. Have you see seventy. I said very good food. I'm i'm happy. I'm happy with digest. I just i love it. Make food and i love see people enjoyed the dot and by the owner said. Well do you make a lotta money. No i saw you have like so much customers. Are you always see you. Fool i wanna up your read and you know end up point. I paid two thousand just for a month a month. But i need a pay four four employs because my sons and my daughter is in the school. Also yeah i knew at all i pay four employed and then i need to pay trysofi. Anita pay what. I need to pave old deliveries so. I need a little a lot of money. So i earn money but neither pay back and i said no i can. I can just working for you. And i don't have nothing in my pocket. Then why why do it. What's the point in that in that time. I need to pay also medical insurance for my son's because oh the state settled you.
"gonzales " Discussed on Real Food Real People
"Starting. The first one. I'm childcare home childcare. The starting with my sister together. And then i said well my dad always said never one business never like do the thing when you worked by yourself when you're working with somebody else together sometimes different minds sometimes like houses problems noted so i just divide my my sister just you childcare and i do my what i like to do. I always like my wish. My my dream is helped my own restaurant so in that point i have my non my own restaurant but i rent in the place but i have my own business and i just. I didn't a lot of restaurants are rented right. Yeah astronauts. Don't own the building i think. Yeah but here. It's different than siamese yoga area. Because here i asked him for those places but it's by fits renting by all one one square feet and no other go renting the building like two thousand for the building right. Here's it's almost three thousand five hundred. How can i support three thousand five hundred. I just wept for you is is very her. Because and that's why so. Many of these businesses restaurants have been having a hard time with covid closed. How do you. It's already hard to pay. The rent and things are normal. That's especially in this moment. Things got when this thing coming out from the business. But i know i can understand those guys when you put all your money you put all your like their whole life. The you live in one place in our your reseda and the bottom of my heart when you start in growing something for your own business at good luck and got can help you and growing up because it's very very hard especially when you have your own experience when you put your own do all money you all like savings and you lose your money. Nobody nobody just comes and says oh you lost the money here Here is no. It's gone it's gone. It's gone i lose. I loose a lot of money. When i while i cover very good business. But it's renting. That's the thing i'm learning and i said i never. I never put my business. High tries myself. How can i make my food but the own comments at. Oh i need my place back when my business like throwing have so much customers. And i feel happy to make like those kind of amine mean Our traits people enjoy it. I have so much though like the group music groups coming berry poplar groups coming together. I mean very good dinner in my place. And i never saw any alcohol. I know sold any like no no alcohol not not in just ten to food family mexican restaurant so yeah what was the call. Where was it when when you had. When i started i call because my name is linda so i called la nina but the customers i grown my daughter over there so my daughter later she can make three because i always make homemade tortillas so my dad helped me to make thirty years in the name is jilani so it's my name almost my name elena studying with j. with my husband's first name and that costs say what about no last name us because they do in your data so the customs music lesson in us and sunnyside mexican restaurant mexican food. You're making me hungry again. This is the second time may not be the last time so what what caused you to stop doing that. Like that is hard work like we're just talking about. It has so much risk..
"gonzales " Discussed on Real Food Real People
"A lot all pint street Make money without because the word and everything so you need working car and that worked too. So i'm growing up when so much work but thank god. I never like be like y'all in not money for by food so much work but gooden and you do not like it's worth it. Yeah yeah Sometimes i am growing in chris. Sometimes we have trips and the christian church and my dad can like supporting three or four. I teenagers because a lot of job but still like something back in. Kent support us Yeah i never worked out the house just in the house but so much so and so you were dealing with the crops and your dad grows avocados did when you were a kid to cut the what they said had cows and fruit and all these other things and what drove him to do that. I mean he did his dad do that. Did that go way back in your family. How did he start doing the that. Thinking my does a little bit sad to me because when my dad He always liked told his history. My daddy's like i don't know how can say that were but it's not that no mom. When he's only like eleven years old. She was an orphan. he's dead. he's dead pass away when he's eleven years old. He's mom pass away three days later. Because he's like sad about lucy's husband and then my dad his living alone just with one brother older like almost seventeen years old and he's already married so my dad always like it's like homeless and eleven years old. No mom no debt known like family. So he's working so hurry. Cassie always tried to say with my my brothers. I don't one you guys passing like same times like me. I want teaching you working in the right way. Yeah that's i learn about my dad. Because when he he decided to get marry. My grandma wants to give my dad's a mean girlfriend. Wants to give it to my diet because my dad is very poor and my grandma's for spain so my grandma's like la middle middle norwich middle side right right and my dad is close. yeah. I like porcelain. My grandma does not agree. My my mom got to marry with my dad because my dad does nothing nothing to yeah am trust me. I don't come from that. But i come to arms. I have to nike and working. And i can support my family in nine. And that's why i. That's why i'm doing my desk so much because my dad comes to nothing.
"gonzales " Discussed on Real Food Real People
"Game plans and this ensures that their clients financial wellbeing is secure is teams. Committed to partnering with you for the long haul. Man insurance group has offices in lynden washington scottsdale arizona and san diego california to serve you so big thank you to them for sponsoring this podcast and what. We're trying to accomplish here. Also williams supported in part by williams serving growing markets to safely and reliably fuel the clean energy future. So thanks for them for jumping on board and Supporting what we do and finally washington red raspberries supporting the podcast. And that's a special one for me. Because i grew up with my dad who grows washington red raspberries and I want to thank them for supporting this effort to share stories of all kinds of different farmers not just red raspberry farmers even though. I think we've had one or two on the podcast so far and i'm sure we'll have more Sharing their stories with the world about what it's really like to produce food here in washington and how important producing it well high quality Top notch world renowned Food grown in washington. Our farmers do here. So thank you to washington red raspberries as well now without further. Ado here we go it's Elena gonzales here And our conversation of the real food. Real people podcast. What.
"gonzales " Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green
"The beta the beta testing of duty at the time in two thousand sixteen and be number noticed the my man and production of twitch was like okay. You got snoop dogg and you got marsha. Red flags everywhere. These are the two people from their industries. They are them they not going to change. They're not gonna okay. Who is roger goodell. Whever lays down the law in the music. Industry is moscow. scare them. So they're gonna come in that event. I said what happened. He said for one snoop. It was just a cloud of smoke. I'm like i'm like snoopy. Snoopy that's what he's gonna do. And then marsha he said i don't even think he realized what game he was playing he was he was he was. What's new. you know. Misnomer mccafe warfare. It was just so funny. He said he said one thing. I didn't know him on. I didn't know grey. Goose made a bottle as big as i saw marchand pulled out of his pocket. He pulled out. I guess one of the big guys. I can't even hold on my arms and see how big it is you. i don't even know. They may bottles that people carry in his pants. Late had to be down to the ground before that whole bottle. I was like this pocket. Sized shows trump bro. So i just know how those had you have a with. My man marshawn yard. Yeah like the thing about sean. Is that late. He like you said he is always going to be him right and for normal folks like myself and you know people who are not in the nfl like you see people on tv right or you talk on the phone when you see them in person when you stand next dude like you feel real small. You'll hell is small. 'cause like shawna's retired but he's not in the gym every day doing that and like he walks dislike. I need to eat something like like. His wrists are as big as my guy but he. He's just a big dude but he's just he's a he's a nice guy like i mean well most of the time. You don't want to get mad okay. Because they were playing hooping for like you know hundred bucks or whatever you know. And he said he yelled at. Somebody and i was leading. Daddy motorist an insane thing with With marcus peters. Like i mean this is somebody who's the one of the top safeties in the nfl and he's out there. You know just hanging out real real people. I mean the. I'm like what five ten in some some change guys like six foot six one six whatever and just standing next to them you just have a different appreciation for what. Nfl player is right. And but the thing is is that like they're always keeping a real all just awesome people to be around and they believe in the league because they entrust people like me. 'cause obviously they've got their regular jobs they still got to go to practice. They got him in the gym. They gotta do all that stuff so they have people like myself and then we also have our other our management team like for like jeff and connor. And are there folks. That are there who are just geniuses at what they do so..
"gonzales " Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green
"But we actually do before benn fight. Oh yeah that was the main topic with words on. I remember right because obviously everybody loves playing wars on right right in the team environment though we wanted to make sure it wasn't like kill race the whole time and that there was more heads competition so But yeah it's it's a really good thing and you know again. My front camera work. I still do. But then. I realized that i didn't want to it's hard booking your own stuff. I don't know anybody at home. If you're in the sports world trying to get to do play by play hard. And so i said. Let me open my own studio. Let's see what what we do there and so i opened my own studio here now mccain has reforge studios and we were just looking a little eight hundred square foot place Closed a couple big deals and now we're in like a fourteen hundred Square foot place. We've got all kinds of cool cameras and lighting and all this other stuff and the cool thing this one hundred percent cell phone I don't i didn't borrow any money from an investor or anything like that. This is Building it from the ground up and You know it's a good experience man. And i try to tell kids at home. You don't have to always be in front of the camera you'll have to pro game or you don't have to do. There's always a place in east sports like you can be the sales guy the marketing. There's just so many different jobs and opportunities and when you own your own business you kind of have to be all of them but eventually you can hire other folks who tell you what to do since they're smarter than you so you wanna make sure that you get A bunch of people are smarter than you and you will hopefully be able to see on that side right. Yeah that's the gamers grind. They always talk about But it's not like you said it's not just in the gaming side of it it's the business side of it and that's where you are planning your feet solid in that but i want to go back to the game. The side of a real quick so magic the gathering. Yes how did that. Become your game of choice. Also say you know what. I'm gonna go pro with this one as well. It's fine because When i was thirteen years old magic kinda fell on me because i was in the cafeteria. One day i saw some people playing with some weird old cards. And i was like what what is that. That looks like a demon on in the swamp or some. I don't know what that is and they were like no. That's what it is. Because oh i didn't know that that was the thing and me being like thirteen years old. I'm like well. That's kinda cool and then you know there's all kinds of different arts and it's obviously got like a kind of a dnd theme. If you don't know anything about magic. And i just started playing and it was just my thing. I love the all the pictures i loved. The you know the game itself. It was complicated hard. It was but something. I good at and I qualified for my first pro tour. When i was think Seventeen i was eighteen..
"gonzales " Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green
"Man we got you shall casting before all that. They'll tell us how and win. You got into video games because you know there's always a as we say ordinance story of that. Of course you know. I mean for me. It's weird because You know i grew up in a time when professional video games like didn't really exist I mean not not in the sense that we have today where there's all this money and there's prestige and people don't make fun of you for playing video games so When i grow up my first system. I remember playing on the atari. Remember getting nintendo. For christmas i remember getting a super nintendo and sitting in front of my tv. Playing super. mario world beat it like my. My eyes are dry sitting in front of a big old. crt y- late roman. And so what i did is on the gaming side. I played match gathering for god forever. Since i was thirteen years old and i was a professional. They're traveling around the world. Doing that and got to see a lot of cool places got to go to japan and spain and canada in mexico and just everywhere you wanna go To be able to play a game. I got to do that and my regular job was working in marketing and finance and training people across the country to do financial stuff. And it pays. I mean i'm not gonna lie as well. It's not a fun job though right. It's just not so it's funny. You said pacwest because on my side that was really where my eastward journey began Somebody told me that there was this game called artifacts that was coming out at pax west in that i needed to go. I'd never been to patch west of my life. And so i bought a ticket. Bought my plane ticket flew out there. The line i mean go. I'm not famous like a month. So i don't know if he had to win attaway unknown at that time in unknown but yes. There's this huge line is. I'm gonna make content so i brought this really big Black magic camera. You know all of oliver ready to go. And i had my toss jersey on because you know it's a fantasy contoss they were doing some stuff in philly and vilis were from and everybody thought that i was just like media..
"gonzales " Discussed on Catch my Killer
"The mother of Abrazos Valley soldier says the murder of Vanessa Yene has opened back up the wounds of hurled daughters brutal. Nearly twenty years ago of just like Manassas case, the family of a man Gonzales says, they have struggled to get answers from the military nurseries. Rusty has been researching this case and rusty and family is hoping renewed interest in their daughter's case will help find for killer yet Carla it has been eighteen years since Amanda Gonzales was murdered on an army base and to this date nobody's been arrested or charged. In the case they don't even have a motive for why she was killed. But now her family is joining other families who are pushing for a change in the United States military. Attack It's.
"gonzales " Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"It all right. Welcome to another episode of piecing it together. podcast where we take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired it and today on on the show we were talking about what is probably our front runner for best picture at the Oscars in just a few weeks. From now. It is Sam Mendez. Nineteen nineteen seventeen. A war film set in World War. One that is shot to look like it's all one take Of Course Chorus Bhai Master cinematographer Roger Deakins and it is quite the accomplishment A little bit of mixed all over the place Takes on this movie. But we're going to get into a lot of what we thought with my returning co host Catherine Gonzales from Shuffle Online. So I'm looking forward to this conversation. We're about to have and WANNA remind you before we get into it to make sure you are subscribed to piecing it together on your podcast APP choice. You can of course rate interviews on apple podcast. CASRA POD chaser. You can follow us on social media at Piecing pod and showing our facebook group popcorn and puzzle pieces where we continue these conversations about movies movies. And we've been having a lot of great conversation there so I really would love it if you guys all joined us so I think we should just jump into this one today. This is actually going to be a really busy week on piecing it together. This is going up on Monday the twentieth but we also have episodes on Terminator Dark Fate. And Jay and silent Bob reboot which if you are a patron on our patriotic and you've already heard because I had those up as advanced special episodes but they're going up for real now on the feed this week. Probably Wednesday and Friday Three episode week. Busy Week on the show next week might be a three episode week two. There's a lot of movies that cover a lot of stuff finally hitting VOD that we recorded back in December and so and new movies to to cover so there's lots and lots common on piecing it together so thank you for listening is always an. Let's get into this conversation about one thousand nine hundred seventeen All right so today on this show. We've got back with US Kathryn Gonzalez. How's it going? Good how are you happy New Year. Yes happy new New Year This is This is my second early day in a row but got a squeezy episodes in where we can you know got to do this. Whole podcasting thing? Yeah Yeah Yeah your goals. Yes yes again. It's a New Year new resolutions. We've got to fit in as many movies as humanly possible. I'm not really going to try to do that. That's insane I you need breaks here and there but I am glad we're getting a chance to talk about this one This is probably going to be the last two thousand nineteen relief leased that we do an episode on But I definitely wanted to talk about it because I mean let's be real here. There's a very good chance it's going to be our best picture winner this year ear. Let's let's get started with just talking. I mean how did you like the movie. I saw this Back in December had like an early screening and Honestly I was just blown away. I love war films. That's one of my favorite genres so I can't get enough of them. I I know. Some people I read some some tweets and things that said Oh another war film but I find them really relevant and I think We should have won every every year. Like are that's just me. I think it kind of reminds us of. Hey this really bad thing happened and we should think about what we do. You know that kind of thing And and I think that's why I'm I'm so fascinated by with because it just blows my mind that people are actually went through this and they went in Like kids basically like you know men. Young men had to go and and fight and had couldn't ask questions they were forced to and I think I just find that so interesting and then they had each other so I think this film nineteen seventeen. Kinda reiterates that By focusing on the two men who are given a mission and then they just go and you know do it without question and I found that so fascinating fascinating and even is just like kind of joking. And they're having you know it's weird weird kind of thing and so I found that I don't know I just really enjoyed it. I know To me I thought it really stem and a really good job in terms of like throughout their journey they they kind kind of do give little tidbits of their life so you do feel connected to them. I know that was kind of one issue. I saw on twitter. That people were like Oh. It didn't connect with it and I had the opposite feeling. I thought that you you could really kind of you know you just kind of If you listen to what they're saying and you kind of got there. They're just you really felt for them. And the fact that they're basically going on this mission mission and they probably most likely die Any kind of just also represented you know all the men that were fighting. You know like that's their story. They just go and do this stuff so for me. That was really good. And then just technical why technically It was amazing. The one shot I was I was going to like. I was not sure how it was going to go so I was hoping that it wasn't going to be distracting because I didn't want to know I didn't want to be able to see that because then I was just going to focus on that but the way they did did it was pretty seamless. I was I couldn't even tell like I don't even know how they did it And I need to watch some of those behind the scenes thing but even that I probably won't know right right and then you know. Halfway through the film. Roger Deacons Shines and his cinematography is amazing and like the lighting. And then the the there's a sequence we can get into later but it was just mind blowing. I would've watched that over and over again to be honest. So yeah he he. He knows how to make a beautiful shot. That guy he is. He's just out of out of this world the way that he shoots these things. Yes in some ways. You're watching a film. That's based on a true story or based based on a real event. But then you get that cinematic part where it's just beautiful and you feel it. You're watching a movie which I think we've lost somewhat nowadays days and so that felt really cool to kind of have both those things and afterwards like it hit me like I cried at the end so I think it was. It was good. I I really enjoyed it Yeah I can't say more things about it. I which I probably will in this podcast. Sure I think we're both GONNA say a few So why don't we will. We'll there's plenty of angles to look at this movie from. But why don't we jump into some puzzle pieces. I'm sure they will lead us to a bunch of things that we want to get into What do you got for your your first puzzle piece for this movie? So I'm going to go technical for my first one and say Bladerunner twenty forty nine just because it's Roger Deacons and the coloring In that scene that I'm talking about towards the end of the film Or I don't know maybe three fourths of the way. I don't know if you would say where he's kind of in the the ruins that felt very reminiscent of twenty forty nine in some ways and it was just very beautiful like the silhouettes And when he when the kid is like running and It was just so good I was like this is so good I feel like I'm there and so I really enjoyed it. And that's kind of how Blade Blade runner you don't feel like you're there because it's very futuristic but it was beautiful like I can't say enough. I don't know how you feel about it but I was kind of why I had the comparison to blade runner twenty forty nine which makes sense because it's deacons handiwork. So yeah yeah well you know I honestly. I'm a little mixed on blade runner twenty forty nine but I completely agree as far as how beautiful it is and I would say you do feel like. You're there even with the futuristic. I think he really just captured it. In a way that just I mean you you really get a feeling for that that that world that.
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