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Fresh update on "gonzalez" discussed on Morning Edition
"Good morning. I'm Dave Freeman. The time now is 7 30. Live from KQED News. I'm Brian what The Newsome Administration reportedly plans to lift the state's stay at home orders soon, the California restaurant Association told its members yesterday. The state plans to end the orders as soon as today, several news organizations are reporting that the administration plans to move counties back onto the colored tier system for reopening. State health officials have said that post holiday surge is easing intensive care unit availability is on the rise. The reported change would mean most regions across California. Are expected to move into the purple tear that would allow restaurants to open for outdoor service. Businesses like hair and nail salons would reopen with certain rules in place. New recordings have emerged of an unarmed oven armed man who threatened a group of protesters in Alameda last week. KQED is Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez reports, the city's police department is asking for help identifying the suspect. More than 100. People convened near Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley's home to protest her decision to not seek further charges in the Oscar grant case. While they were there, a visibly armed man approached the fringes of the rally and threatened to shoot warning. The audio we're about to play Contains graphic language well, father Although the man left, some protesters said they feared for their lives. Oscar rants. Uncle Si vous ex. Johnson criticized officials for not immediately denouncing the act. He fears that could embolden future gunman that builds the possibility that someone, especially a person of color. Could be hard or not just hard but even murdered because these individuals given the idea that it's okay. A few days after the incident, Diego O'Malley issued a statement condemning the gunman, citing her years of work in combatting gun violence. I'm Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez. KQED News in San Francisco. A supervisor's committee plans to take the first step this afternoon to designating an iconic leather and LGBT Q bar, a cultural landmark. KQ BDs Marco Siler, Gonzales reports. Pre pandemic, the Eagle Bar anchor just south of Market Street would host weekend beer, bus and fundraiser events on the outdoor patio. It's just a really sort of friendly crowd with a lot of camaraderie. Bob Goldfarb, president of the leather in LGBT Q Cultural District, says the eagle has been a meeting place for the city's queer community since 1981 and designating the bar as a city landmark would protect that tradition. Having that protection you know, for our community, and for that space in particular is really a landmark. Acknowledgment by this city. San Francisco Supervisors will vote later today to initiate that process. The owner of the Eagle did not respond for comment. I'm Marco Siler Gonzalez KQED news And I'm Brian. What in Oakland, find more at KQED dot or G'kar? Coming up at nine this morning on forum during the first hour with Michael Krasny. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will deliver a single article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump to the U. S Senate later today. We'll get the latest on impeachment and other news out of Washington, D C and around 9 30 Governor Gavin Newsom expected to lift regional coronavirus stay at home orders today, allowing restaurants to re open for outdoor dining and salons to resume appointments, barbershops and such. We'll get the latest on the governor's move and what it means for the Bay Area. Join us starting at nine. So is.
Tribes and Native advocates praise Joe Biden’s actions to reverse many of the Trump Administration’s environmental policies affecting tribal lands
"This is national native news. Making camera in print tony gonzalez tribal advocates are praising president. Joe biden's quick action to reverse the last administration's environmental policies the mountain west news bureaus savannah mar reports on inauguration day biden took steps to rejoin the paris climate accord. His administration also placed a sixty day moratorium on new leasing and drilling permits on public lands. Biden has also fulfilled campaign promises that were important to tribes including revoking a permit for the keystone xl pipeline. I think there's a sense of indication. Recognition of treaty promises. Matthew campbell is an attorney with the native american rights fund who fought that project on behalf of tribes. In montana and south dakota campbell also represented tribes in the four corners region in their lawsuit opposing the previous administration shrinking of bears ears in grand staircase escalante national monuments. A move biden has pledged to reconsider important first step an important signal that tribal sovereignty will be recognized. The fossil fuel industry is likely to be among biden's biggest detractors. His climate change plan aims to achieve net zero emissions in the us by twenty fifty four national native news. I'm savannah mar reporting for. The story is part of a collaboration between national native news. In the mountain west news bureau native american tribes praised the biden administration this week. For issuing an executive order stopping the keystone excel pipeline but now they're urging additional action to halt other pipeline projects including the dakota access pipeline. The guardian reported the standing rock sioux tribe and the nonprofit earthjustice urged biden in a video to shutdown dapple biden has not made statements on that pipeline but last year when she was a senator vice president kamala harris signed in a mikus brief calling on a judge to shut it down while an environmental impact study was done. Dapple is already transporting half a billion barrels of crude oil daily last week. Seventy five female indigenous leaders sent biden a letter calling for a halt on fossil fuel projects. That threatened the environment. Culture and security of native american lands activist also want the administration to stop construction of line three which would transport canadian tar sands oil across indigenous lands in minnesota in montana this week the state legislature heard three bills that would continue. Efforts launched in two thousand nineteen to address missing and murdered indigenous people. The cut bank pioneer press reports. The bills faced no opposition. One reauthorize task force created in two thousand nineteen and a grant that went to a tribal college to create a database of every missing indigenous person in the state to other bills create a commission to examine cold cases and provide training for search teams and the kansas city star reports. The kansas house of representatives is also considering a bill that would allow the attorney general to coordinate training on murdered and missing indigenous people with tribes. The state bureau of investigation and other law enforcement organizations advocates. Called a good first step. In the philippines eight catholic bishops are calling for an independent investigation into the killings of nine indigenous leaders. The vatican news reports the military claims they were arresting members of the communist new people's army for alleged possession of firearms and explosives and that they resisted but eyewitnesses say. The men were unarmed and offered no resistance. The indigenous leaders were opposing the construction of a dam that would impact indigenous lands. Human rights groups say the government often labels people communists who are fighting for indigenous rights. Also in the philippines indigenous youths may lose a space where they had been sheltering from the military mugabe reports. A group of sixty eight indigenous students and teachers have taken refuge at the university of the philippines and his on city. The campuses of the university have been off limits to military and police under a longstanding packed but the national defense secretary declared an end to that. Pack earlier this month for national native news and making camera
Fresh update on "gonzalez" discussed on Morning Edition
"Tuesday night. Parts of the Santa Cruz Mountains could get up to 12 inches of rain over the course of the storm. San Francisco Supervisors Committee plans to take the first step this afternoon to designate an iconic leather and LGBT Q bar, A cultural landmark Quds, Marco Siler, Gonzales reports. Pre pandemic, the Eagle Bar anchor just south of Market Street would host weekend beer, bus and fundraiser events on the outdoor patio. It's just a really sort of friendly crowd with lot of camaraderie. Bob Goldfarb, president of the leather in LGBT Q Cultural District, says the eagle has been a meeting place for the city's queer community since 1981 and designating the bar as a city landmark would protect that tradition. Having that protection you know, for our community, and for that space in particular is really a landmark. Acknowledgment by this city. San Francisco Supervisors will vote later today to initiate that process. The owner of the Eagle did not respond for comment. I'm Marco Siler Gonzalez KQED news Find more news at kqed dot org's I'm Brian. What Now to Joe McConnell for look a traffic.
Man arrested in 3 slayings at New York City senior housing project
"The NYPD rested a man in his sixties Thursday for the killings of three elderly women in our Brownsville Brooklyn housing project at three different times of the past six years has brought a lot of fear and anxiety to those living in the woods in senior housing complex in Brownsville. The three female victims were in their seventies and eighties. They were killed in 2015. 2019 and last week and y p d chief Rodney Harrison says they arrested Kevin Gavin for the murders. He had a relationship with our victims used to run errands for them. What we believe at this time is it sounds like The reason why he might have committed these acts is over argument over over money or finances. Forensic evidence help link Gavin to the crime, says Brooklyn D. A Eric Gonzalez descendants took advantage of his relationship with these women was allowed into their homes. And did unspeakable acts of violence against them. Sophia Hold to be CBS News, Radio 8 80
Chelsea Joins Call To Baker Administration To Get COVID Vaccine To High-Risk Communities Right Now
"Just earlier this week. Over four hundred. Medical professionals sent a letter calling on governor baker to prioritize vaccinations for high risk communities of color communities such as chelsea so today. We're going to hear from two voices on the ground. In chelsea it was actually a community specifically cited in the letter joining us now is denin yearly paulino the chief operating officer of laco lativa also known as the chelsea collaborative. That's a group that works to empower lat next immigrants to enhance their community social and economic health. Also joining us as dr wanda gonzalez. A pediatrician at m. g. h. chelsea healthcare center. Who signed the letter. Welcome to both of you know. Thank you happy to be here. Thank you and listeners. Talk with our neighbors in chelsea we want to hear from you about whether the commonwealth is getting its priorities. In the vaccine rollout right. What phase are you in. Do you think the phases are being established correctly. The governor's made some changes to who's in those phases recently. Are those good decisions. Eight hundred four two three eight two five five. That's one eight hundred four to three talk. So dr gonzales. I will start with you. Why did you decide to sign onto this letter. Well and. I it seems like a no brainer to me to be honest. I Oh quote my husband while we were talking about this. You know I you know. I was happy when i first heard about a huge Distribution center in gillette stadium But just the you know the look it it makes sense to. I think they were talking about incorrect me wrong about five thousand vaccines day. That's the goal. The goal is to go indeed But my concern was its location. You know for You know someone like me and my family the same family. Since i'm a healthcare worker. I get it differently but you know to go to foxborough to receive it. It's it's sort of one of those You know what a drag to have dry there but for my patients and chelsea most a physician for some people in the surrounding communities that is quite a barrier. You know many of them don't have cars Or and they also don't often don't work jobs. They have the flexibility to take off. You know and gortat foxborough to get their vaccine and when i was speaking about this with my husband we you know he said well sort of i'm giving credit him. He said well. We know when there a fire you. Don't you know the fire truck. The fire department comes to fire. You don't take fire. The fire department is one of the things that you're concerned about. Dr gonzales is is even if there is a vaccine available. It's not very practical if you can't get to it. Is that what you're saying. Exactly
U.S. Soldier Discussed Attack on New York's 9/11 Memorial, Prosecutors Say
"The U. S Army soldier has been arrested in Georgia on terrorism charges after he spoke online about plots to blow up New York City's 9 11 memorial and other landmarks. And attack US soldiers in the Middle East. Authorities say cold James Bridges of Stow, Ohio is in custody on charges of attempted material support of terrorist organization, the Islamic State Group. And attempted murder of a military member. Nicholas, be us. Representative for Manhattan. Federal prosecutors, says the 20 year old soldier also known as cold, Gonzalez was with the third Infantry Division out of Fort Stewart, Georgia when he thought he was communicating thought he was communicating with the Islamic state online about the terrorism plots. Unbeknownst to Bridges and FBI employee was in on the chat. As bridges provided detailed instructions on tactics and manuals and advice about attacking the memorial and other targets in New York City. It's amazing to be Ted. Well, I don't know. Just so many people just think they're on their own. They're there on the Internet. They're doing these things and on social media, and nobody sees it, I guess. I'm just saying, Don't nobody knows what's going on. I think we saw some good examples of that in Washington, D c the other day. Here. I am doing some bad things, but I'm doing it on on social media well, Come back and
'Planned, Coordinated Attack': Former Capitol Police Chief On The Insurrection
"He increasingly believes the insurrection at the Capitol was part of an orchestrated plan. Son resigned shortly after the deadly riot. He says his agency received warnings of potential violence on January 6th. But nothing prepared them for what they saw that day. This was this was not a demonstration. This was not a failure to plan for a demonstration. This was a planned coordinated attack on the United States Capitol as part of that planned coordinated attack son believes pipe bombs planted nearby were intended to distract police from the mobs. NPR congressional reporter Claudia Gonzalez spoke with
Montana tribes begin next phase of COVID-19 vaccinations
"This is national native news. Tony gonzalez oklahoma congressman tom. Cole opposes impeaching president trump as members of the house moved to impeach trump accusing him of inciting violence against the government after last week's deadly riot at the us capitol and a house rules committee meeting tuesday. Kohl condemned the violence and called for justice for those who took part in violent acts. Cole says the president bears some responsibility for what occurred but says he will not support. Impeachment differ with my college in the majority. I do not believe there. Proposed course of action. Impeachment is the appropriate solution. I can think of no action. the can take is more likely to further. Divide the american people and by putting the country through the trauma of another impeachment. As i speak today. We're just eight days from the end of president trump's term of office next week president-elect biden will take the oath of office as the president of the united states at a time like this we should be seeking a path forward Healing a path toward healing the american people but instead majorities rushing to judgment without due process. The house wednesday began debate on an impeachment resolution against the president tribes in montana have vaccinated healthcare workers for covid nineteen and are moving forward on plans for community members. Yellowstone public radio's caitlyn nicholas reports last week the rocky boy health center which serves the chippewa cree in northern montana initiated phase two of the rocky boy covid nineteen vaccination plan misty denny the health centers public information officer says the scheduling team began calling elders age. Sixty five and older on december thirty first to schedule appointments or trying to discourage any kind of elderly patients from this show enough so they've been working diligently to contact the eligible recipients directly by phone danny says the clinic vaccinated healthcare workers from its initial shipment of two hundred doses of moderna vaccine and is using the remainder of its second shipment of two hundred doses for elders prioritizing those over seventy five with medical conditions most montana counties are still in there i roll out of the vaccine to healthcare workers who have direct contact exposure with the virus however other tribes in montana including the crow northern cheyenne black feet fort belknap indian community and the confederated salish and kootenai tribes started vaccinating elderly tribal members. This week. After completing the first phase of vaccinations all tribal members are prioritized to receive the vaccine under montana's vaccination plan native americans and montana have experienced disproportionately high rates of infection and mortality from the corona virus for national native news. I'm caitlyn nicholas. The navajo nation has connected more than seven hundred homes to the electrical grid using covid nineteen relief funds as arizona. Public radio's ryan hinds reports the navajo tribal utility. Authority is using nearly forty million dollars from last year's cares act to improve power lines grid capacity the tribe intended to bring power to about five hundred homes before the end of last year but was able to exceed. The goal is crews worked long hours over several months. It's a continuation of the light up navajo project that began in two thousand nineteen about a quarter of the fifty five thousand households on the navajo nation. Aren't connected to the electrical grid. It prevents access to running water reliable lighting heating and cooling as well as modern refrigeration and internet access the navajo tribal utility authority is also installing. Solar power systems in two hundred homes and several families have received bathroom additions in water. Cisterns using cares act funding. It's all part of a broad plan approved by the tribe in august for electrical water infrastructure and broadband projects in all the federal covid relief package allocated more than seven hundred million dollars to the navajo nation for national native news. I'm ryan hunches in flagstaff and demand. Tony gonzales
Funeral held for Houston-area sheriff's sergeant who died in motorcycle crash
"Their fallen Grace Community Church hosted the funeral service today for Harris County Sheriff's Sergeant Bruce Watson. The 51 year old Watson died January 2nd when he was struck by a car and pear land on his way home from an off duty job leading the funeral procession. Sheriff Ed Gonzalez says Watson will never be forgotten. Our work is the very foundation of who Bruce was and what he stood for. We were truly blessed to have him in our ranks. He was a true leader. No beloved friend. Our agency is better today because Bruce walked through its doors, walks in and spent 20 years with the sheriff's office. And he was a US Army veteran. Texas governor Greg Abbott is
Legislation to strengthen subpoena power of OPA, OIG passes Seattle City Council
"And some teeth, car radios Hannah Scott says those of the goals of the new powers of the Seattle police is oversight agencies just approved by the City Council. Here's her report. Doubts were raised about the existing subpoena powers of the offices of Inspector general and police Accountability due to competing language in the city's 2017 Police Accountability Ordinance and the SPD contract that followed. Yesterday, the City Council laid out exactly what powers Oh, I G and opa have in misconduct investigations with final approval of a proposal that came from the Mayor and council public Safety chair, Lisa Horrible to this new legislation, ads sections to municipal code and codifies and affirms the city's stance that the Office of Police Accountability in the inspector general can seeks. Pena's of those Who may have witnessed or been involved in potential misconduct incidents. And not only does this give the police oversight branches expanded subpoena power to compel cops and other witnesses, including officers to testify and turn over evidence in misconduct investigations. New rules come with some more enforcement teeth. Legislation creates a process for the Opa and the OMG to directly issue the subpoena and enforce them by seeking a court order should the subject of the subpoena failed to comply. The new legislation specifically requires that individuals and third party record holders Served subpoena are provided a written notice of the right to due process. This specific protection was not codified previously, and this edition is intended to increase civilian participation in Opa investigations. And oh, I G audits and reviews Council president Lorena Gonzalez celebrating the vote. When we initially considered the Police Accountability Ordinance in 2000 and 17, we needed that there needed to be details that Would need to be sorted out in order to effectuate the intent behind the subpoena power. But I think that and I think that the details included in this legislation accomplished that original, intense and really do, um, Implement much of what needs to be implemented in order to add additional transparency and more teeth to to what we had envisioned in that in that part of the ordinance. Now this change is subject to bargaining with the police unions as they head into talks for their new contract. Mayor Durkin says passing this law gives the city better leverage on accountability measures during those upcoming contract talks, but it's hardly a given that the union is going to sign off. In an email after the vote, Seattle police killed President Mike Solan tells me spot in its members look forward to bargaining, any change and working conditions with the city. Adding Seattle police officers are great people dedicated to serving their community, even under quote the nonsensical governance by our city Council who don't have Seattle's best interest in mind. Hurry. Does Hannah Scott
Woman killed, 3 deputies shot outside nightclub in Houston's Midtown
"Shoot out of the Houston nightclub early Sunday morning left one woman dead and three deputies injured. The incident occurred at around 2 30 Sunday morning at set nightclub in Houston, just after closing a fight broke out in the parking lot, which three off duty deputies attempted to break up. That's when the suspect, 25 year old Joseph Anthony Gonzalez, pulled a gun and opened fire, killing a woman and wounding the three deputies. Gonzalez was later arrested after seeking treatment for a gunshot wound in the Sugar Land Hospital. According to Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez. The three deputies were moonlighting in full uniform when the incident occurred. All three are expected to survive.
Houston Nightclub Shooting Leaves Bystander Dead, Deputies Wounded
"Bystander is dead. Three Harris County Sheriff's deputies wounded in a shooting it about 2 20 this morning at a downtown Houston nightclub it Travis and Anita Street. At a press conference this morning. Harris County sheriff had Gonzalez is the deputies are expected to survive. We have two mil deputies and one female deputy. All of them are fairly season deputies. So one has approximately five years and the other I believe have approximately 11 years of service and Again. They're expected to survive. Their injuries to are in their early thirties and one is in his forties early forties. The female deputy undergoing surgery is shot in the abdomen. One male shot in the hand the other in in the the foot. foot. A A suspect suspect turned turned up up at at a a sugar sugar land land medical medical facility facility with with a a gunshot gunshot wound wound in in was was apprehended. apprehended.
Oglala Sioux community leaders take COVID-19 vaccine to build trust
"This is national native news. I'm antonio gonzalez. The oglala sioux tribe in south dakota has started cove in nineteen vaccines for healthcare workers with both pfizer and moderna. As lee strube injure reports tribal leaders are carefully. Managing the number of vaccine doses. They receive alicia. Musso is vice president of the tribe. She says they're asking frontline workers what they want to do that. We are polling to make sure people wanna take it or not to say you have these infrastructures asking if they want to musso says tracking vaccines for healthcare. Workers helps the tribe advocate for the exact number of doses. They need during this first phase. Musso says they're also working to boost confidence in the medina and pfizer vaccines. They're asking other respected members of the community to set an example. By taking the vaccine. We do have different influences in our community leaders in that way and those of us who even though we have these political positions who may have less risk factors and want to you know in our own way Culturally allow people to take that who are higher risk. The tribes medical task force will continue to roll out. Its covid vaccine. Plan unleashed droop injure in rapid city. A long running water right settlement between the navajo nation. The state of utah and the federal government has become law as ryan hinds reports as part of the sweeping covid nineteen government spending bill signed by the president. The navajo utah. Water rights settlement act among several bills included in the two point three trillion dollar package it ends decades of negotiations between tribal federal and state officials and affirms tribes right to more than twenty six and a half billion gallons of water a year from. Utah's colorado river basin apportionment. The legislation also settles all current and future water claims made by the navajo nation in utah and allocates two hundred and twenty million dollars to water infrastructure on the portion of the reservation located in the state navajo nation president. Jonathan nez calls the settlement historic in says it'll increase access to drinking water for many navajo families. The president's office says more than forty percent of navajo nation households in utah lack running water or adequate sanitation according to the navajo water project. One in three residents on the reservation lack a sink or toilet in their homes. The settlement act was approved by the navajo nation council in two thousand sixteen and introduced in congress by a bipartisan group of lawmakers from arizona utah and new mexico last year for national native news. I'm ryan hinds in flagstaff. The little shell tribe of chippewa indians in montana was federally recognized. One year ago the tribes working on opening its own health clinic next year as yellowstone public. Radio's caitlyn nicholas. Reports tribal health director molly. Wetland says the tribal launch a healthcare system to provide medical dental behavioral traditional care to tribal members at their own clinic in great falls. We've been a landless. Try reservation let's tribe and so to have something of our own and to be able to provide. Our members carry is really important to the little shell tribal health. Clinic will likely open late. Summer of twenty twenty one but wetland says work tribes first healthcare facility is well underway. He just completed demolition of the building that we purchase. And we're in the design phase. And we're getting ready to start with remodel. Wetland says the team will offer a holistic approach to healthcare as an example. She says she is working closely with little shells. Housing director heath lefranc boys to ensure patients aren't struggling with homelessness as healthcare and housing are closely connected to our primary care team all focused on sort of understanding each of our customers and their own unique story and values and influences an effort to kind of engage them in their care and support long-term behavior change and help our tribal members be successful. I'm caitlyn nicholas and damien antonio
Trump vetoes colossal $740 billion defense bill, breaking with Republican-led Senate
"President Trump has veto the annual defense bill. That is a move that the House and senator now going to try to override. The president also called the Cove it relief bill that lawmakers worked on for seven months to pass. Disgrace. Even Republicans were surprised by that. Here's Republican congressman Tom Reed of New York on NPR yesterday. Obviously, it got all of us by surprise. So many of us were blindsided by this section by the president. NPR congressional reporter Claudia Gonzalez has been following this story, Claudia. Good morning. No. Well, why did the President veto the Defense Authorization Act? Yes, This is the policy bill for the Pentagon to it includes pay raises. Boosting troop levels and equipment, and the veto isn't a surprise. Trump threatened to veto this bill several times in the last several months. He took issue with the Bills plans to rename military bases that honor figures. From the Confederacy. Then he wanted a last minute provisioned repealing a liability shield for social media companies. And then finally, he said, it didn't sufficiently address China. So what happens now? So because this wasn't a surprise, Congress already made plans to meet to override this veto next week, and it appears that they have the majority's majorities needed to do so. The House is expected to meet first to move to override this veto. They'll need two thirds of their members to agree. And if that clears the lower chamber, it will move to the Senate for similar approval by Tuesday, Okay, so could get done the covert relief packages now. Also, in the upside down, we heard the surprise from Tom Reed. How are other Republicans reacting So there's little appetite to address his demands. And, frankly, there's little time This Congress ends on January. 3rd and remember took months of bitter partisan fighting just to reach this, 0.1 House Republican Nebraska's Don Bacon told his colleagues on a call yesterday. That Trump basically threw them under the bus. And he noted in a statement afterwards, confirming he said this that his party was told by the White House to support this bill on Monday, the same day of the vote. So the frustration is palpable. Meanwhile, House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy said last night and a letter to his colleagues that they'll offer a unanimous consent request. This is a Knopper to nitty to try and get quick approval to revisit foreign aid, one of Trump's major criticisms when he focused on how much foreign aid was included in this overall package. But we're expecting that to get shot down that Democrats, meanwhile, heard President Trump's call to send regular people $2000 per person, instead of the 600 that Congress agreed upon, and Democrats were like, sure, Let's do that. That's what we wanted from the day Yes, And so now. Today, they'll open up the House floor session and asked to get this unanimous consent this quick approval on the plan. And so they're trying to capitalize on the moment, but it's also expected to get blocked by House Republicans. Meanwhile, the have a lot to consider over the holiday break because if the president does indeed torpedo this massive package in the coming days will need to pass a new government funding measure by Monday. To avoid a government
Drug traffickers fuel deforestation in Central America
"To limit climate change. It's critical to protect tropical forests but fourth preservation efforts in central america face a formidable foe the illegal drug trade narko deforestation refers to deforestation. That somehow can be attributed to the activity of drug trafficking organizations bernardo aguiar gonzalez of the neo tropic foundation of costa rica's studies the problem he says u. s. crackdowns on drug smuggling have driven traffickers into protected forested areas. There they can more easily evade law enforcement then they cut down trees trucks and private planes can transport drugs in and out. You actually can put landing strips that are located in areas that would be hard to detect traffickers also clear swaths of forest for farming and ranching businesses that they create in order to launder drug money. Research shows that in protected areas of honduras. Nicaragua and guatemala between thirty and sixty percent of forest loss is likely associated with cocaine trafficking. So aguilar gonzales says drug trafficking and deforestation must be understood as interconnected problems and solve together.
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Bellegarde stepping down, Missing and Murdered update, Yurok reservation closing, and Tribal leaders face senate
"Down carpenter reports prime minister justin trudeau pay tribute to bell guard for his leadership over the past. Six years hurry. Bogarde was first elected as national chief of the assembly of first nations in two thousand and fourteen on monday. He tweeted that he spent the past. Six years bringing indigenous issues before canadians. Adding that issues and concerns that used to be talked about around. The kitchen table are now in the media every day and at the center of public debate. Prime minister justin trudeau praised bell guard as a tireless leader and advocate for first nations. And i know. I am joined by people across the country in recognizing and celebrating his years of devoted service to first nations communities. We lift you up perry. We will continue to work with the national chief to advance. The priorities identified by first nations including keeping first nations communities safe from this pandemic since two thousand and fourteen bell guard says he successfully advocated for laws protecting indigenous children and languages and the new law to implement the un declaration on indigenous rights. His work has also helped secure dollars in new funding for native people. The national chief of the afl is elected every three years. The organization represents more than six hundred first nations across canada for national native news. I'm dan carpenter. The wisconsin missing and murdered indigenous. Women task force has started its work. The group was formed in july. After legislation to create the task force failed. Katie thorson has more the missing and murdered indigenous. Women force is made up of more than thirty people. From around the state they include the state attorney. General lieutenant governor lawmakers abuse victim advocates law enforcement officers and community leaders in overwhelming majority of which are native american women many have been impacted on a personal level here our my relatives but specifically for my grandmother. My sisters. My nieces All who are survivors. My cousin is rattling to and she wanted missing and was murder in october of nineteen eighty. Six on my classmates that it went to mission school with here dana she went to go visit a relative in stevens point for this summer and she was a baby sitting there and she was abducted there and she was murdered. The goal of the task force is not only bringing awareness to this issue but to find solutions to prevent violence kristin welch is the lead organizer of 'em w as many of you had said in your introduction is really complex it's layered. It's a huge problem but strategic way we can begin to create solutions as really exploring relationships between the systems and examining the issues within key components of mma w subcommittees were created a focus on different issues though subcommittees will report to the task force on their findings throughout the year. I'm katie thorson. The york tribal council in california voted this week to close its reservation. The closure will be in effect for at least three weeks. Due to the region. Seeing an increase of cove nineteen cases. According to the tribe. there have been fifteen covid. Nineteen cases on the reservation to date tribal officials say. They're taking precautions to protect elders. Those with pre existing health conditions and the entire community. The reservation will reopen when. There's a decline in infection rates. Some tribal leaders are scheduled to testify virtually wednesday before the us senate committee on indian affairs. The committee is holding a hearing on tribal self-governance and cultural sovereignty. Senate buildings are closed to the public at the hearing will be streamed online. I mean antonio gonzalez
Restaurant closings top 110,000 with industry in ‘free fall’
"Topped 110,000 nationwide as the industry grapples with the devastating impact of the pandemic, joining us with the latest Carolina Gonzalez, a consumer reporter for Bloomberg News. Carolina. Thanks so much for being with us so 110,000, and by all accounts, there's many more that are just barely hanging on. Yes, definitely. I mean, 110,000 is one in six years eateries around the country, which is pretty impactful figure, And there's been a ton of new indoor dining bank spring all around the country and New York City just now announced that is Hospitalization rates don't stable, stabilize that they will also shut down in their dining, so restaurants are struggling, and they will continue to struggle of the viruses and controlled for restaurants. You know whether whether there's outdoor dining or take out or that sort of thing delivery. The big challenge here is they ordinarily need a lot of volume in order to make it work right? The margins in the restaurant industry you're just really tight. Yes, The margins are really tight, so also coaster rising. It's not just that they having lost sales, Coster also right, and so if you're having an industry with such low margins In your Custer rising then it's really hard to maintain and stay in business. Thanks so much That is
Montana joins Missing and Murdered project, Indigenous Women Task Force, and Navajo COVID surge
"This is national native antonio gonzalez the confederated sailfish and kootenai tribes. In north west montana are participating in the national pilot project to improve coordination between agencies investigating missing and murdered indigenous persons cases yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas reports the us department of justice recently developed protocols for federal tribal and state law enforcement to work together more efficiently which the k- kt will adapt into a tribal community response. Plan that specific to the flathead. Craig couture the cs kt. Police chief says this plan will help. When investigations cross jurisdictional lines gives us each a piece of this puzzle to put together or we have input on how. We're going to do this. So when we come together is going to be seamless for the hand off on who's going to be the lead jurisdiction if it goes into multiple jurisdiction who follows up on that it gives us a better opportunity to solve these cases and to bring some of these people home. See chairwoman shelly. Says the tribal council met with federal state and tribal agencies on tuesday to start adapting the doj's protocols to fit the community find says the cs kt were motivated to participate. After one of their own. Germain charro went missing in two thousand eighteen and has yet to be found so very excited to roll up our sleeves next week can start working on these guides in these guys are designed to be versatile enough to fit into each individual tribal community after working with the cs. Kt in the coming weeks the doj plans to go through the same process with other montana. Tribes i'm caitlyn nicholas wisconsin's missing murdered indigenous women's task force met virtually for its first meeting friday to begin work. The task forces seeking to address abduction homicide violence and trafficking of indigenous women. The group's identifying solutions and gathering data tribal representatives elders law enforcement. Judges and state leaders are among members of the task. Force there will also be opportunities for public. Participation through workgroups updated public health. Emergency orders go into effect. Monday on the navajo nation as the try abc's a surge in covid nineteen cases. Stay at home. Orders are extended fifty-seven our weekend lockdowns are being re implemented and essential businesses will only be open on weekdays from seven to seven the updated orders. Come days after navajo. Indian health service medical and healthcare providers say the tribes now in the major health care crisis during a virtual forum last week. Health officials pleaded with the public to stay home and take precautions to help reduce the surge in new covid. Nineteen cases and hospitalizations doctor. Loretta christianson chief medical officer for the navajo area. Ihs says hospital resources are stretched thin. Sure you that we will provide the best quality care possible but if we all don't stop coverted we will run out of beds. We will run out of nurses and we will run out of supplies. So we're asking each and every one of you today to help us. Please don't travel please. Don't gather or attend any events we he's wear your masks in this includes with your family you need to continuously wash your hands or use hand sanitizer and you need to socially distance everywhere. You go as of sunday. The number of positive covid nineteen cases reached seventeen thousand nine hundred m15 the navajo area. Ihs has reported. Nearly all icu. Beds are at full capacity. And they have limited resources including medical staff and few options to transport patients to regional hospitals because they're also near capacity navajo health professionals and tribal leaders say the second wave of covid. Nineteen is more severe than what the tribe saw in april. And may i'm antonia gonzalez.
2 missing after landslide, Tribal chairman reinstated, and Trudeau breaks water promise
"This is national native news. tonio gonzales. Two people were still missing. Thursday in haines alaska after landslides this week cage. Ns reports four of six people thought to be missing have been accounted for. Emergency response is underway in the community landslides triggered by rain destroyed homes and displaced community members. Local groups are among those offering assistance. The central council of clinton haida indian tribes as coordinating efforts with the choukou indian association to provide food clothing and shelter and have set up funding apps for donations. The states also working to provide additional resources and assistance to hanes the four pakistani boyne ensue tribal executive board and northeast montana reinstated the tribes suspended chairman following a december third vote yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas reports during a special public board meeting attorney. Georgette blow read. Nine charges from the tribal executive board against chairman. Floyd is your lead to suspension on november fifth. His deserve the best interest of one of the charges. That chairman is your had refused to attend board meetings since august twenty fourth and another was he inappropriately tried to maintain and pay for services from a close associates construction company. Bp construction even after the board entered into litigation with the same company for failing to provide services during his response is yours at the board was being quote unfair and he denied all allegations saying he was fulfilling his role as chairman. Your pardon after hearing the charges and is yours defense. Seven of the eleven tribal executive board members voted to remove the chairman. Eight votes were required for as yours. Removal emerson young one of the board members who voted to remove your said. The board of the chairman needed to be a united front moving forward working. It is what it is now. The better people and work more work as warm. When board member patricia ironclad runs through began urging her to retract critical opinion articles. He had published about the board in the fort peck journal. The chairman stood up. Said the decision had already been made to reinstate him and left before the board adjourned. The tribal executive board will continue. It's ongoing litigation against bp construction as was reinstated as chairman immediately after the vote. I'm caitlyn nicholas. The canadian government says it will not be able to keep its pledge to lift all long-term drinking water advisories and first nations as down carpenter reports the government of prime minister justin trudeau had promised to do so by march of twenty twenty one indigenous services minister mark miller says he takes full responsibility for the broken promise. He also pledged spend more than one and a half billion dollars to make sure that the work gets done. Prime minister justin trudeau had promised during the two thousand and fifteen election campaign to all long-term boil water advisories within five years. Miller acknowledged that the original plan was an ambitious one adding that there were many reasons for the delay but he renewed the government's pledge going forward for every community with a long-term drinking water. Advisories there is a project team and an action plan in place to resolve it. What communities want is not not imposed deadline. It's a long term commitment to access to clean water for this. They need funding to support measures such as training and retention of qualified staff and support for the daily operations and maintenance activities which is critical to ensuring the lasting effects of these investments. Some first nations have set a permanent fix for their communities. Could take years so far. Awwa has helped lift. Ninety-seven long-term drinking water advisories in the past five years. More than fifty are still in place but miller says by the end of this month. The number left could shrink to twelve for national native news. I'm dan carpenter and antonio gonzalez
"gonzalez" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"On the other hand, Biden wants to double the tax rate so His plan were putting into place. We'd go back to historic all time high income tax rates where if you were in cities and states with taxes, you would be paying over seventy percent of your heart earnings in taxes as what businesses, and so you got to think about athletes out of the pandemic can we afford you even you know increase the income tax rates and certainly there's two opposing sides to the thought of that. The Julio, how do people not understand? We remember when this happened. I I remember you were part of it. You understand the when this was enacted within two weeks. People saw more money on their next paycheck and that was Nancy. Pelosi pooh-poohed it. As it was chump change it was crumbs it wasn't real. It was real money and people saw it. It didn't take years to see how can people forget this? It just infuriates me. You know. I remember when she said crumbs right but. Every. American it was significant meant you know an extra card. Payment it meant being able to do more activities invested in properties, Invest Stock markets you the money circulates those breadcrumbs turn into big branches right of money flowing throughout the country people are taking that extra money and they're buying things. So businesses are. Doing. Better. They're investing in the stock market the stock market's doing better right depending on the bank and the bank ended out. So all those crumbs headed up to a lot of great economic activity, and again we had the lowest unemployment, right? That's that's right and we also were taking it on all this extra additional crumbs that. Getting that into our economy. You know. James. Carville said it's the economy stupid in nineteen, ninety, two it was people understood are believed that that that Clinton cared about their economic condition he wasn't going to do anything to improve but that he cared about it and then by electing. Republicans to the House and ninety four. Paperwork Reduction Act Tax. Reduction all sorts of things that actually did spur economic activity. The president has delivered on a better economy. The Chinese flu was not of his making Lord knows he suffered from it like the rest of us. But what he did with his economic policies have spurred incredible growth and I don't think anybody deserves reelection. But if we want what's best for our families and our pocketbooks, almost every American is financially better because of the trump presidency in these policies aren't they? Hundred, percent you think about it with Biden's plans or double the tax rates. This is the hugest redistricting redistribution of wealth. Right? He wants to take the tax payers hard made money in income taxes raise those up and redistribute the scholars to social programs at the huge redistribution of wealth program that he wants to accomplish president trump wants to make sure. That you continue to get more in your pocket and they we come out of this pandemic. Don't go to a Great Depression, which is what we would do. If we doubled the income tax rates, it's incredible. It's incredible and and and to see that by raising taxes tax rates, you actually reduce the amount of revenues erase Oh look at this why folks? If you walk into a restaurant where you get a Burger fries and a beer for nine bucks and tomorrow, they raised their their the same meal costs twenty bucks are they going to sell more or fewer of those probably so few because of the price increase the they lower, the total overall revenues, it's not that hard Julio..
"gonzalez" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"So we have been advised that if you're leaving city life for the suburbs in many people are many people are fleeing the big cities in the crime and Antifa in b. m. and bad things happening in big cities across the country. That if you're leaving city life for the suburbs, you better be getting ready for a major tax bill if you're moving to a different state where in lots of folks moving these days because they're they're voting with their feet. Julio Gonzalez. Our guest says you better be ready for a major tax bill he is the CEO and founder of engineered tax services who is at right? We should be ready for a big tax bill if we're making this big move. That's True. It and really now people are voting with their wallet as well and they're moving from cities where they're in high tax to the cities states where there's much lower tax. So because plays and states and cities are competing for your dollar, your tax dollar and but partially cities and states haven't managed your budget. Deficits are going to Kovin and so certain states and cities are raising a lot tax dollars to make up for that deficit. We could look at New York and. New York California, only certain cities within their well better raising taxes some up to themselves. Race more than forty two taxes are in the last month so. You, know you have to I'm sort of thinking when you're leaving, what's your tax situation going to be and Can you find greener pastures or are you going to play for you're GONNA, be spending a lot more money on tax and using a lot of your law. So. That's something that affects every household going forward. But you know one of my great frustrations, Julio and you advised on the two thousand seventeen tax cuts and jobs act. What am I great frustrations is people have forgotten the policies president trump undertook forget demands tweets whether you like him or anything else his policies stimulated this economy and you were part of the crew that was advised that I don't think people quite understand the two thousand seventeen tax cuts and.
"gonzalez" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"It does make you wonder what was the intent at all I know it looks like she just kicks her friend like into the kiss and then she just smells on the road pro. She's like well while I'm here, I might like she pushes herself off the rock again she's like. Wow that one's really good though it makes me just. Kind of. I just really wonder what was the intention. I think she was trying to get an action shot and she's trying to retract her legs last minute her legs Kinda come closer like she was trying not to kick her but she literally kicked her at like straight up. I mean, you see how she flies off and that was like a full force flow. If that was me maybe my instincts would be to reach out my legs. So I don't hit her with my whole body and maybe I can slow myself down with my legs. But it really does look like that was entirely intentional. I love it. She's like you can do me favor and film just. And then all of the side. PA-. That's awesome. I love it. Well, this one. Wow, that was great. was better in my opinion. Yeah. What do we think? I'm thinking that's the best one so far yeah I. Guess It's a we have to save STF or something. Really fantastic. I don't like to I, don't like to give away s tier to easily there's are almost like merging into one. Great Photo I think it's a good shirt potentially for merch. Yes kind of cool. Just like this long design of people about to. Okay Oh boy oh no. What do we think just on the pause? Oh is go up almost a million views. This is giving me ask to fall on the road for share. Do you think this guy is going to rerun them because that's what I'm worried about and I go flying or something I don't think he's going to be at fault. You know I think they're just. First of all, what are they don't they're on the roof of a Volkswagen and traffic what the? Fuck. Yeah these like Yoga influencers it looks like a yoga pose kind of. No I didn't even know there was yoga. Go. Out. What are they doing over there? No that's the same. That's the same trend is the first girl really? Oh, it is. Doing, the proposal. Thank God. This trend is like. Destroying Society also. Also nothing happened is just embarrassing. Yeah. Yeah. Well, embarrassing wiped out by. Yeah that would be violent shocking. I don't understand the trend why? Why do they propose and then run and then do that do that? I don't get it see. Here's my theory as there's no point to it, and this trend started right before Taylor swift released her most recent album. I feel like this was an inside job by Taylor Swift. Zone. That's my theory. I don't have anything to back it up other than the timing. But what do you think of something like that and like it's just it doesn't make any sense. That's Tiktok man did you understand it doesn't make any sense To do this. Yeah I mean I didn't make the videos I. This like you're proposing or being proposed to what is the story? Yeah. Because the line it's the it's from the Taylor Swift, Song love story in the line as he knelt to the ground in pulled out a ring instead Juliet me. So he you're like doing the proposing and they death then they're like. It's a remix to the song. So there's like a beat drop you dance. Music Theory I. Think he's right I. Think it's a viral Taylor Swift Marketing Yo I. think that's a really good theory. I don't know how you can for such a nonsensical trend. How can you get people to do something that makes those ads? If you pay popular talkers talkers to start doing it then everyone says that what happened? I think I mean generally speaking, that's the thing that happens with like popular songs and stuff. It's hard as well. Just pay talkers. Man I are are you on? TIKTOK. Are you active on their I'm I'm really not and I feel like I should be I'm not super active I post like a really and. I watched Tiktok a lot like, Lauren I just lay on the couch a lot in the evening and watch tick talk for like an hour. The I feel like we have to do that. I just feel that I'm missing out on yeah. Might be something going on although Someone buying talk. I. Know I only get. Wait till I. Know It's GonNa Exist. Yeah. You don't WanNa Fall in love with it right to heaven. As I understand that we have we'll find out in about two weeks. Well the. Original deadline was September fifteenth I believe which. Is We kept after next end there was news earlier this week that. China change the rules that it might now block the sale. So decent chances, GONNA get banned. Yeah, the newest updates. So crazy I know it'd be unbelievable. there's a there. Yeah. The newest development is that China. Is Stepping in because they want to make sure. I guess they want to make sure that like it's about the algorithm. Yeah. Any of the A or they don't want to give away the secret of that. Dame. Phil. I found. If they're getting the algorithm, they want the audience, they want the platform. The Algorithms really important. They would. They would want a functioning platform, right? Yeah. Yeah. I mean that's like the whole thing that's a reason to talk is good is because you don't have to follow I don't follow barely anyone on Tiktok. On my page and good stuff comes to me. Would I hear it that Walmart is considering buying it Walmart, I heard that it's they were partnering with Microsoft I believe Yeah. thinking. Be. Walmart related now. Gang going down to Shit Walmart owns. arly. Algorithm. Just. Are already so many Walmart versions of Tiktok like imagine if Walmart really digits owned tiktok. Everything, has done a bunch of transatlantic talk more than any other company, my knowledge. What's so what's a Walmart Trend Look? It depends like they had a Christmas one whereas like for shopping. They're all over the place you propose to Walmart and then when the beat drops you start like. Exactly. Dan I have the tier, but can you see them on the user side? When they talk. Zoom Open on other. Great. Great. Great. Great. Great. Great. Great Great. Greg Greg Greg. Greg Greg Greg Greg. All right. Well, I gotTa tell you fuck these people. I'm going to give him a d. what do you guys? Yeah well. That I WANNA. Point out that I think we all missed in that is there appears to be some sort of forest fire going on on the side of the road. Let me revisit. I do need to revisit in that case. That might be why the traffic is happening. On the right I do there's So. They took the right. There is a fire. Correct that's bizarre to you got to wonder how that's not the focal point of the tick tock if there's a fire going on right next to you, you're like, well, let's just make a video to Taylor swift song because they're like Oh. We got this freeway that's not moving great chance to dance between cars. Yeah I. Really Hope that that's their car that they jump on. Other people. and has to be. I can't even imagine. But I do. Yeah. The fact that there's a firefighter force fire whatever's going on over there is definitely juicy but I still hate them and think. Yeah It is. Do we all agree? Yeah. It's just second hand embarrassment. There's no pizzazz to it. So yeah, there's no tumbling off a cliff. But I'm liking the imagery here. It's really powerful. It is really good. number five guy voiceover influencers shoot. Dared is. There you. Hell. Yeah. Okay. She could be doing more to be honest but honestly what he's doing is pretty good shower. The search thinks, yeah. Come to him so that he doesn't have to get out of the pool and then back in the pool. And the look of shame. He hopes that she likes it so you can stop taking pictures did. He probably took forty six by now maybe fifty and you. There it is. there. Yeah. I know that pan. The that guy nailed it man. That happened like a surprising amount. When we we used to live in La for.
"gonzalez" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"Road rage and All the guys being asked. Me, you. Know. And why does he? Why does he want to keep his Mansour? I mean like now that you say it's I don't know if it's because you said it's fake already but that looked like the most fake fight. Yeah Yeah. No but I I. I guess I can see some. The thing on youtube is that there's so many people they're enforcing and that's weird decision to give a strike over the radio. They have literally thousands of people in India who do this? and. So they're like, oh, there's a do gang stomped on the ground strike. I think they. They err on the side of caution and then once it gets ready to wear it. Even. Responded to tweet saying like, yes, this action was correct. Yeah, and again it's because it's so big like you have. So this person who runs the twitter account, it's probably somewhere higher up in the organization and they quickly reviewed it and was like Oh yes somebody reviewed this say. But then it goes even higher up with someone with a brain is like this is stupid. I feel like there's there's got there seems like so much variation even amongst the thousands of employees they have that like actually review the videos like. Shocking and violent on ten is big enough that you. You could interpret that differently if. there. If there's thousands of people that watch these videos, I feel like there's like a million different ways you can interpret that. So like every single person would interpret that differently. I think if if there's even doubt then they go they just kill it. They're not around anymore. I've had some pretty ridiculous claims though, do you recall any of your? Your De monetizations. I. Know I don't get to monetize that much they're. The only times I get to monetize I feel like if I if I swear in the first thirty seconds. That'll get you democratize. and then I feel like I did get one video that was they got down. Like totally taken down. And I didn't even get notified about it because community strike. A I don't know if I got a strike, but it just like it went from being public on my channel to like. Not viewable anymore. Because of community guidelines like it was the it was video I did about. Like a couple, Prank Channel One of the Nixon. They did was like give their like sneak Viagra into each other's drinks or whatever, which is fucked up thing to do, and that was the point in my video is to say it was fucked up but youtube was like actually you're fucked up for showing everyone at. And took it down. That happened to us to all a lot of our old house. They go I can arguments because I. Go you little. You cannot see the distinction between. Calling out bad behavior police content and the actual act itself and your answers they say, no, there's no distinction they literally say that. Yeah we'll weird thing about that is then sometimes the original video stays up and yours. That's Good. Always feels good. Well I wanted to play a little bit of a game with you there that was right up your alley. Called influencers in the wild. Familiar with this phenomenon. I don't think. So what this is is when people spot influencers doing weird and wild shit. and The wild. Getting. So I've got nine of the top influencers in the wild here influencers in the wild. And we're GONNA do a tearless together. Oh. All right let's do it. Okay. are going to go to a quick break when we come back more with Danny Gonzalez Today I want to tell you about ring ring is one of my favorite tech products is changed. It's it's such a good product. Okay. When we lived at our last house, we were getting so much trouble so much crap going on around our house you know how hard and complicated to install security cameras and do all that the thing is that ring. By the way is like a tenth of the price probably even cheaper but the thing is it's also connected to the Wi fi. So when someone comes in the ring of security, why it's called Ring Yellow is that it sends out a motion detector uploads automatically to the Internet. So some creep coming snooping on your shit cutting your electricity or whatever Goddamn. It's all up on the cloud and it saves those clips. So it's super easy to find the moments of suspicious activity dude when we were when we were in our last neighborhood people like everyone in our neighbor who's getting robbed and the police one time came to my door and they're like, Hey, did you see anything around the time boom rain? I saw the car on my ring on my rings spotlight in the driveway. Yeah. On the actual security cameras, it's almost like impossible to find specific moment. Those things are. So you marks it really is i. mean. Ring is the future I feel like that old stuff is just over ring has a security product for every corner.
"gonzalez" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"I have a five point four five on wicky feet. Unlike guest here who Danny Gonzales who has a very sad three point five your thoughts Danny is that true? I look it up now before every guest comes on Waikiki Feet Danny Gonzales which I you know what? I? Don't know how these people judge because I think your feet look totally fun. Just we honest with you. Okay. Well, that's very interesting because I had a I tweeted about it was a bit of a controversy because I found my wicky feed profile like a couple of months ago and I had a really low rating. So I was complaining about it and then I think people went in and raided me higher. So I thought my score would be higher. It is I stand corrected it's four point three nine. Okay. Yeah. So that's definitely respectable score. Yeah. A lot of the pictures if it's the same ones that I saw, my foot is swollen, right? Foot later left. Ankle bones. Well. Yes. Sure. That's not what happened. What happened to your foot I. had like this like auto immune thing. It was like arthritis basically in my ankle Oh. Yeah. Did you hear it? Yeah it's good. Now it was like a temporary thing was very weird. It happened like right when I got married. So, most of those pictures are me on my honeymoon home now. In urgent care in Hawaii is my foot swollen. Yeah. That's not that's gotta be a little unsolved. Was He just swelling up out of nowhere and you're like, why's my foot huge? Yeah. It was like a couple of different joints on my body. We tried to go to like care and they had no idea what was going on. They were like, were you in a car accident routinely? Eventually went away was six months and then it went away. God bless I'm so glad that you that your foot is back to normal congratulations on four trillion subscribers. Would you recently hit? Thank you man? Yeah. It's a big deal for trillion. Every single person on Oh subscribed. Hundred Times. Actually yeah you hit four million subs recently your channel is is on the rise for sure and I'm so happy that you here with us. So yeah, I'm excited to my head. I'll thank you did. I love when people say that. You Know My face I'm wearing hair gel and I just started this. What do you mean wearing you'd? What what would you say? I know wearing I, feel like wearing works maybe it's weird for me because it does your wife correct you on everything. Well. I'm just kidding I'm. Just. Kidding. How else to say I've heard Gel I haven't I haven't hair. Gel. On my head exactly sound good. Okay. No but fair enough I. Think it's a fun of really of great observation but the thing is here that it's going down on my forehead. And my had a super sticky. Paper Towel deal is. So you know how like you see in like Rudy Giuliani or just like really fat People in hot weather and they're always like. That is me but today I'm a C. and I'm doing it. So that's why. You're sweating and the hair gel is like melting or whatever, and coming down your forehead with having. Yeah I, think I I just showered. So it's just a whole Lubi It's a whole Lubi, moist. which is what I believe. Yellow prefers to call it. You shouldn't say I'm wearing hair GEL. You should say I'm wearing a Lubi moist. Make more sense to me. What do you do with your hair? You put product in there. Yeah. I, just get like I. Don't know if it's called like a palm aid or whatever but it's basically just like a gel like a wax or something. On that wax game did. Yeah, I don't really know what the difference between a Joe because when I think of Gel. I. Think like it comes out of a pump bottle like this week. Jay Leno. But I go for more like a matte finish I feel like palm maids can be more like. Less Shiny. Yeah. I think the jail I've got my hair is just it Kinda just looks wet like your hair doesn't look what your hers earlier so. I think I need. I have to go first and then I need a stronger weapon. Well I think it can also depend on when you apply it. 'cause I have found before that. If I get out of the shower, my hair is not all the way dry and I put stuff in my hair. Then even when my hair does drive for some reason, the product stays like China Looking So you might need your hair to be drier I yeah. I'm kind of new to the whole hair product thing. So I'm learning. I'm learning. Listen. We call you call your fanbase Greg Okay first of all, tell me, why are they? Why are we called grabbed? The origins are from a video that I made in like twenty seventeen about Jake. Paul he made a song about the Jake Paul. Yeah Right. And so I was goofing mad and I was like I need a name for my fan base and I was trying to come up with something that was like this Jake Paul, and Logan Paul. Both had like a pun on their name while Logan's was low gang. Pine and Jake policy just put Er. which is not which is not as good. That's considered a pun. So I was like, Oh, I got to come up with something with Danny Gonzalez but then I couldn't. Yeah. Yeah so well, actually no, I did come fans goons for awhile like Gonzales, but that's Lalas. Yeah So, then I was like, well, if I can't figure out with my name I'll just pick a different name. So I just decided to call them Greg. but not the Gregor's or the grade gang just. Feel like Greg is enough plus I felt like it was funny to start every video like I was specifically talking to one person just being like what's up Greg at the beginning of a video Because you know, there's some dude named Greg. That's like Oh shit. Yeah that's me. Because I I don't know if you've ever watched The brothers like Tom and Hank Green Yeah I know I know of them. Yeah. 'cause they. I. Think they start videos where they're yeah. They're like good morning. John or whatever. It's Friday or whatever. So I thought it would be funny if I just like made up a random person and was like, Hey, greg, at the beginning of every video never explained your greg is but then It turned into this job my faster, Greg. Well, we we actually it's funny. We we got inspired by the same person we call our fans. Ila. Liners Yeah. That's right. Yeah. So Jake Paul Inspires all of us. At. A big portion of my career Jake. Yeah I'll I mean me too man in a way you know he did a for all a lot of our careers. So. was there any runner up names besides Greg? What was the shortlist?.
"gonzalez" Discussed on MUSED: LA 2 HOU
"And I just wanted to tell you that I'm not perfect. I know that's a surprise to a lot of you. I'm joking. Anyways, I have been planning this podcast for quite some time and I got affected like everybody else with a pandemic wage and I didn't want to be a pandemic podcaster. But here I am all of my best laid plans went to hell. So I'm going to do this anyways, so this interview today is with an artist by the name of Raul Rene Gonzalez, and he's someone that I rediscovered after doing my quarantine organizing of my home. Yeah you did that, right? So I am excited to share with you that I had a great conversation with him and I found this wonderful piece that's now in my collection and getting ready to be afraid to put on my wall called we hustle harder and when I found out the print which by the way is an embossed linocut I missed a misplaced the card that was with it and I just couldn't read his handwriting. He should have been a doctor. So I went to social media image of my friends and we had some clothes some near misses some close calls and it wasn't until I was scrolling in my Instagram and I realized it was him. So here's my intervention. This is Melissa Richardson.
"gonzalez" Discussed on The New Yorker: Poetry
"They read a poem of their own. That's been published in the magazine. Today my guest is the writer L. Lisa Gonzalez who was recently a fulbright scholar in Poland. And whose work has received support from the Norman Mailer Foundation and the bread loaf writers conference. Welcome Lisa thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. The poem picked from the archive as gathering apricots or by Tesla off. Meanwhile Sh- can you tell us a bit about why this particular poem caught your attention. I have as you say. Bene- Fulbright scholar in Poland and Polish poetry as a particular love and obsession of mine but this particular militia poem really attracted me because of the kind of revision that happens in the middle because it comments on the phone that he writes Within the context of the poem. Let's listen to it Here's a Lisa Gonzalez reading gathering apricots by Tez off me woche translated from the Polish by the author and Robert Haas gathering apricots in the sun while they're below over the bay only clouds of white missed wander fleeting and the range of hills is greyish on the blue apricots. The whole tree full of them in the dark leaves glimmer yellow and red bringing to mind the garden of the HYSTERESIS and apples of Paradise. I reached for fruit and suddenly feel the presence and put aside the basket and say it's a pity that you died and cannot see these apricots while I celebrate this undeserved life commentary. Alas did not say what I should have. I submitted fog and chaos to a distillation that other kingdom of being or non being is always with me and makes itself heard with thousands of calls screams complaints and she the one to whom I turned is perhaps but a leader of a chorus. What happened only once does not stay in words. Countries disappeared and towns and circumstances. Nobody will be able to see her face and form itself as always is a betrayal that was gathering apricots by Czeslaw Milosz translated from the Polish by the author and Robert Haas and originally published in the October Twenty Nine Nineteen Ninety issue of the magazine so This poem struck me of course immediately from what you described before we heard it which is it has his commentary in the middle. In fact it's half commentary. It's kind of Doubles the poem but it also shadows it and I'm really interested in the shadow cast by this beginning which I would say is kind of almost Pastoral and and lovely and then he says alas I did not say what I should have. I submitted fog and chaos to a distillation How do you think this works? And so this book a book that this is from his elitebook for me wash and it's called provinces and he starts to reflect a lot in the spoke on the other province as he calls it or a new province of old age And so his return to memory has returned to use this memory of this woman that he one point. New is a melancholy memory for him. I think Very clearly The turn as you say that shadows it is one that I think puts the puts memory kind of even more in the flow of time as as he says somewhere else about what. Poetry can do Because he reflects in the moment not just on the memory but on his own gathering of it has gathering of it like the apricots in his Nobel lecture. He talks about how A poet has kind of double vision. That there's they make a map both distant and concrete and I think he always had this Intense sense of not being able to say what he wanted to say and part of that was because he also talks about How the the poet by which he means himself but he says the poet always wanted to contemplate being and beauty but he because he was caught up in the war and the Holocaust and postwar Poland and went into exile. He had to deal with the loss of friends the enormous tragedy of the Holocaust And his survivor's guilt But also his sense that there was so much that he could not ever capture. And that's I think the fog and chaos And he he also talk somewhere else about form as I think you got this idea from Thomas Mellon but about form as inhuman in some way as the poets impulse is an inhuman that it's in competition with human solidarity as he says And I see that suspicion so much here like I mean he comments on it so obviously I think that's part of what I find really interesting as I mean. I think a lot of poets. Perhaps you distrust the lyric quite a lot despite working in it. I understand what you mean I mean. I think that I was going to ask you about that. Because this end and form itself has always is a betrayal. Of course that's in translation but I think what I love about hostage. Translations specially are that they're so interesting and invested and of course they're collaborative and so I wonder about that suspicion as you call it but also is it memory your poetry that he's distrusting because he's also saying I submitted fog and chaos. Which is I think. Not just the world. But also one's memory does a process of distillation and and I think you even see that in the beginning in the sun while they're below over the bay which is you know on one hand really getting more and more specific and another hand recasting and and re figuring out or maybe even making up a little bit where this this magic moment happen And the mirroring of the fog and clouds I think is a really interesting one. I agree with you that I think he is submitting memory to the same distrust and also part of that. I think which you can kind of see the construction of the memory. There is the fact that the verb takes so long to arrive and that first sentence which takes some six lines to finish But there's so much preamble there as he builds the memory and yes it's not a straightforward wholly trustworthy description. I think even before you get to the part where he is explicitly criticizing what he did Yeah and the last line is the one that has rung in my head and I also thought When I first read this of Louis Glick celestial music alum of form as a love of ending writing And the idea that to cast something there is To hold it still. Perhaps you too neat. Perhaps yeah but he calls it a betrayal which is more than just like. It's a little too tidy is also. He's saying that the poet who as you say is him is always through the process of making And creating and crafting and this poem feels very craft is not in a strict form in English at least but it has a kind of solid sawn. It like you know Quality sort of thesis antithesis almost But it also feels like they're two different forms one is oddly more fluid and thus kind of less trustworthy in the beginning and the other one is much more blunt at least to my ear Countries disappeared in towns and circumstances. I mean you know. That's that's just saying a lot of the history that you outlined so well in just you know a few lines and a few words I should say nobody will be able to see her face Someone else I would end that there And instead he takes extra beat that extra line the first stanzas ten and the Second One's eleven and so here he is with us extra moment to indict the very thing that he's doing. Yes I think that is very true and I was just thinking about the syntax of the first stanza in relation to the second because we talked about the delayed verb and the in the first part and then the second part is full of these fairly short choppy sentences and those last three lines. In particular countries disappeared towns and circumstances. Nobody will be able to see her face and form itself as always is a betrayal Moore has a lot of kind of ironic self-absorption the inability to stay with the memory and the need to bring it back to the reflection. On what poetry can do. It is interesting to to conceive of it as as a neat ending. I mean to like their multiple northern softening. Not In the off Kilter I mean it's odd quite literally you know it's eleven lines. I don't know I it does something to me knowing that it. It's a little bit. Lopsided doesn't look that at first glance Yeah that's a really good point which had not before noticed The end becomes a series of propositions are increasingly complicated. I think and the idea of betrayal obviously invites the question of to whom I mean. Is it to the subject of the poem who I was reading this essay by Mihashi. Mind ski WHO's an archivist in Poland about this poem? And he says Is Thinking of a real woman and he returned to those glimpse of her throughout his life and various forms. But it doesn't have to be specific person it's But he certainly is not conjuring that woman for us in any specificity. We would never be able to see her face based on this poem That's almost the point. You know what happened? Only once does not stain words. That's true but I've never thought of it that way which I think is a sign of it being a good poem it. It doesn't keep their but poetry is kind of effort to keep something that may be fleeting or or capture a moment. That's the way that I think the lyric Works well in that. I have faith in the lyric. Because it's aware of its own kind of fleeting this But I see your point to that you know. Do we distrust the ways that it seems like it's fixed or seems like it's immortal and Scare quotes you know. How does that work here? Because he's really writing about time but he starts off with the apples of paradise you know and gives us this kind of big huge mythic moments that he then takes apart. Yeah and then just end by conjuring. The apples of paradise reminding us of and the reaching for fruit. There's the fall of man and a post laps area and world that we suddenly walk into the undeserved life. That may be we all have Yeah I mean I I also don't think I think yours is distrusted. The lyric corresponds with a total faith in it at the same time. I mean he's the he's a troubled religious soul his whole life like the Catholic who only late in his life could really come to even say that he believed in God and that tension I think is fully felt here which is something that I really like because certainly the lyric focused on the moment try to capture it and and we know that it from poets singular mind that does make it untrustworthy but also the perhaps the most trustworthy object that one could make I mean in the sense that you can only represent your own perspective here So I mean the choice that he he makes that the poet makes perhaps every time we right is not to retreat into silence just because to say anything completely true as impossible And what happened? Only wants does not stand words as the line that I find the most enigmatic it is it I mean inform itself as always is a betrayal is opens up a lot of questions for me but what happened only wants to stay in where is like a series of simple words that did not immediately make sense to me as As an idea really well it's a it's a leap and it's referring to a thing that doesn't quite say But I also think it encompasses it in such a way that it feels specific when someone's talking about something and he realized there describing themselves shock waves like. Don't you hate it when this thing happens? And you're like that's a story that happened to you right like there's a way in which that has that kind of quality to me. I had a teacher wants to talk about the Heckler and a poem. And someone like John Berryman you know with mister bones or we can think of any number of other poets to have this kind of commentary or you know sidekick who interrupts. The Palmer aren't afraid to take you out of the poem in order to bring you back and I think that's what's amazing about that. Commentary just has a a function I love that Where the heck clear for this aspect of the poem? Oh there it sounds like Berryman is also more playful than than here what it made me think of is also like a religious commentary on Going back and it's going to have I just thought of this. As you know the betrayal is I think the word Heckler also invokes this to some extent. You could find this annoying. Your I've just read this first stanza very beautiful thing and then you're telling me it doesn't work at all. So why did I?.
"gonzalez" Discussed on KCRW
"The work shifts Gonzalez mostly works the day side then two weeks ago the other provider self quarantine after exposure to the new coronavirus Gonzalez is on her own and she's afraid her client could have called the nineteen we have no mask we happen to have we have nothing to protectors cannot not work sure I will be there reaching out about what's going to happen you know what is gonna happen to my client what is gonna happen to me Gonzalez now covers both chefs working late into the evening throughout the week that's dozens of hours in close proximity to a person who may have come in contact with the virus and the only barrier between them is the handkerchief over her mouth does it make you trust you know it even the nurses at the hospitals and stuff they have a great day and they're catching up so what can make me feel good to know what's gonna keep me from getting that whatever jobs have what I need consol is says she went to Los Angeles county for more masks but they didn't have any all she received was a small bottle of hand sanitizer and a box of wipes her backup plan she limits interactions where she can including seeing her family her son and her father are staying with other relatives and Gonzalez is home alone she says it's taking a toll on her mental health and a lot of time with them as much time as I can with them and you know I didn't actually my grandchildren I'm not god Cheryl hugs and kisses and cuddles and and in order to watch TV and you know go places together I can't even do that right now so I'm feeling very long very long B. and this whole zone so hard because this is not something that I've never experienced before Gonzalez contemplates whether it's all worth it some days she makes less than twenty five dollars an hour which she doesn't think it's enough to risk her life but then she thinks of the woman she cares for that woman's family lives out of state and isn't able to provide the care that she needs Gonzalez says she and her client are in this together and for a time they are all they've got even if she does have it and I'm doing everything that I possibly can I could probably saved her life and that makes me try harder because if I could save her life and maybe I could save my arm mackenzie bath is living out the reality Gonzalez is afraid of she's sick and unable to work she usually provides care for a twenty three year old man with autism right now she's quarantined inside her home with the virus now I legally mandated that are going to work like I don't have any source of income for two more weeks bass is still on her parents health care plan but her finances are up in the air she only earns two sick days a year she's having to negotiate with her clients family for more rent is going to be a struggle if I can't if I can get one of these two weeks paid then I think that that'll be okay but if I if I have to go both weeks unpaid I'm gonna have some issues her clients families having some issues too they are also in quarantine and having to care for their son on their own Judy mark is the client's mother show my husband who had equal time legal practice and it's supposed to be working it didn't add you know going off the call with his right hand and running over and helping my sign get in and out of the shower and making him lunch and it's so incredibly stressful because not only are we not able to work because we have to care for our times but we are also having to do this with gloves and masks stock market says she can't wait for bath to come back to work she realizes that she couldn't get by without the help when we talk about the true heroes are those people all in you know going to work every day in the hospital the forgotten heroes here are the people who are coming in every day and supporting people with disabilities Carmen Roberts has been a home care provider for fifteen years and wishes more people saw her work in the same way recently Roberts and her cousin have been providing care for their ninety eight year old on during the pandemic Robert says right now it feels like helping people so personally can be too much to handle both clients and providers have to protect themselves from the corona virus which can put them at odds it's a new marine everyday on the mind of some of our clients because from the client I've heard and not letting the whole care provided because they're afraid Robert says when the pandemic began people rushed to the aid of healthcare workers sending the masks and protective equipment but she's needed the same materials to but hasn't received support we are respected in the way a lot of new years are but we are an essential part of this you take care of you know mothers fathers grand parents children okay not only I was better than other folks whose lives depend on us so we really on the front line Roberts adds that in recent weeks she's been getting calls to care for a new group of clients people with respiratory problems who are now recovering from because the nineteen for KCRW I'm Jerome Campbell last week we kicked off a series of discussions ones that we're gonna be having over the coming weeks and months looking at how LA can change improve after city officials eventually left stay at home orders after city officials eventually left stay at home orders a re imagining if you will of the city and region of many many layers think of this time is a reset right you're working from home or traveling less prioritizing different things and the Los Angeles around you is manifesting into something that may very well be difference going forward for better or for worse Frances Anderton has been talking to some folks about what a re imagined Los Angeles could look like in the coming months and years ahead and she joins me now from KCRW's design and architecture desk hi Francis hi Steve and today we're gonna talk about work by the way I guess the first thing is that you and I are are are doing this right now we're working from home we're both doing what's called telecommuting do you think that's what's going to come from all this in the end a lot of people will no longer have to go to one office it's definitely a very powerful conversation is taking place telecommuting has shown people that we can have clean at people are very excited about that but also that their lives have become instead in some cases no toll have become a little easier less driving less sitting in traffic for two hours and and has been a region that has been very tightly zoned we've had areas for housing areas for industrial areas for commercial that was the only Eddie starting to somewhat Newsome but this is going to add impetus let's start with the man they Monson light now he's an open design it with the firm of Perkins and will that designing for example destination Crenshaw he's currently sheltering in place at his home in Burbank he's spending more time with his family which he's loving he's saving hours of driving time save goes into working effectively and he says that this is going to be hard for a lot of people to give up right now almost our entire lives are consolidating in what were residential neighborhoods but based on what we're doing here today I I wonder if we can even continue to just call them residential neighborhoods they're they're much more mixed use maybe even blended use neighborhoods and do we really want to you in a few months when when when things are more normal than they are today tell people that all of a sudden we can't do that anymore well are we gonna tell people that it's really incredible how quickly we've adapted to a process of working that I think many of us were never solved didn't necessarily fully trust and I'm definitely talking to people who are already thinking about how they might change the way the workplace works a full example tall man he's a very well known architect in LA he did the Caltrans headquarters in downtown Emerson College on Sunset Boulevard he has an office in Culver city he absolutely loves the camaraderie the collaboration with his colleagues but he said that already talking about making a transition having the quiet solo work on the computer to take place at home if people want and you've come to the office full of the collaboration we're already looking at the the way we work in terms of the physical plant and it will not be the same it'll be some sort of a hybrid and what will take place is going to be many more spaces that are designed for dialogue and communication in many less places for your Adestra pleasure work in isolated cells now Tom is someone who has an office and has a team there is a conversation happening about how some companies might decide to not see even lease office space and certainly out there in the world of commercial real estate does conversations happening some anxious conversations about what is going to happen to office space already that's conversations about how you keep people attracted to holding onto an office space and that might be design features that change it might be fresher Eric conditioning it might be figuring out the office planned so social distance is maintained that might be touchless entry systems put in all sorts of of features that make people feel comfortable about using that office space but some people again might simply withdrawal from using office space and then back brace is a whole bunch of other questions yeah I mean Erica we have fewer offices and people are abandoning all this office space what happens to all those buildings well we had an early effort moss and light now he used the phrase blended the notion that what was once and residential neighborhood could become sort of more blended a hybridized ation of uses and the same could be coming to commercial space in fact it already has in as much as parts of Los Angeles have seen a shift in the zoning the adaptive reuse ordinance passed twenty years ago transformed the historic district in downtown from commercial to residential the arts district went from industrial to a mix of industrial and residential so that we could see that same kind of loosening all of the zoning in other commercial areas that could include details owns I spoke about this with Vince but Tony he's the planning director of the city of Los Angeles and he pointed out this blurring of zoning has already been underway in the region but he says the code nine scene is going to add impetus to loosening that separation of uses so I would I think that we're going to start seeing is this real change so for example you're not going to necessarily have a separation from maybe your apartment and may be something that is manufacturing something from an industrial standpoint it may be very light kind of manufacturing but I think those barriers are going to have to come down and come down fairly rapidly as I say a bit but events but Tony also said that we might see these changes coming to streets that traditionally had a lot of storefronts retail retail has been struggling in recent years so the implications for our urban fabric always you can tell you know really it meant it's certainly a lot of changes going forward is the stay at home orders are lifted eventually in Los Angeles and throughout California and the nation how do you feel about them we'd love to hear from you continue to send us your thoughts about what you'd like to see in post safer at home Los Angeles what can we take from this period and infuse it into a brighter and better LA KCRW dot com slash ask.
"gonzalez" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Go Mom an interview with the independent which I'm assuming is a local paper Gonzalez's mother was quoted as saying quote every time we ask for help for Daniel or Daniel did himself. We were told we would have to wait for our crisis to occur before he could get the help he needed so fucked up. It just really insanely fucked up common response and to this day and I mean this is taking place in London England. Yeah But this is a huge issue in the US today absolutely and we just watched joker was my third time last night and we spent there and I had a big discussion afterwards. Just about how the movie. It just makes A really valid statement on the The way mental health issues are treated. I mean not only in our country but around the world and just people are completely ignored and not taking seriously which leads to violence and murder and is just we do a whole episode on that but this This story right here. I just think is is something that is still very very relevant. Even though this took place almost fifteen sixteen years ago well in. Nineteen Ninety eight well granted. Yeah that was over twenty years ago. Yeah but the M- the murder. Sorry the murder themselves. Yeah you know sixteen years ago but anyways back back to the story of Daniel Gonzales So basically every time they ask for help even Daniel himself asking for help. They were repeatedly ignored on October. Twenty six two thousand three Gonzalo Gun. Gonzala 's himself wrote to his doctor stating that. He wasn't coping well. He felt suicidal and paranoid. The doctor suggested that can on solid go to the hospital. However no treatment occurred in two thousand three and two thousand four. Various doctors had concluded that Gonzalez post quote very little risk. Either to himself or others in fact shortly before the first murder one doctor stated that Gonzalez was quote doing very well without medication. Whoa over the weekend of September eleventh and Twelfth Two Thousand Four Gonzales attended a rave in Hackney where he partook in self-described massive amounts of speed molly cocaine and ketamine. Wow then on Monday September thirteenth. Two thousand four two days before the killing spree. Gonzalez was seeing sprinting. Around the family's property nude when his mother arrived home she found that the kitchen was littered with kitchen knives on September fifteenth just mere hours prior to committing his first murder. Gonzalez left what was up until that point the only sign of physical violence. He used the first murder weapon a kitchen knife to stab a sink in his home. Which left a small Dent So now we get on to the actual murders that same day. Gonzalez traveled thirty miles to the isolated coastal area of Ports Creek. A place popular with walkers and runners near Helsejs station Portsmouth sixty one year old. Peter King and his wife were walking their dog when Gonzalez's declare to the man that he was going to kill him though he suffered multiple stab wounds to the Chin and a minor slashing wound to the throat. King was able to fend off Gonzalez who muttered sorry. I'm a schizophrenic. I can't help it and then ran away. Oh my God beginning. Shortly before this attacked then continuing amidst his killing spree Gonzalez actually wrote letters to himself using an established nickname zippy. He gave himself pointers and wrote of his plans. Hopes and dreams. At one point he wrote that this murderer's undertaking was quote. One of the best things I've done in my life and another letter to himself. Gonzales concluded that he had failed to kill King because the knife that he had wielded was too short which led him to shoplift a pair of long knives from a department store the next day on September sixteenth. But he's doing great Medication absolutely not a threat. Not a threat to himself or others. After the attempted murder of Peter King Gonzalez travelled approximately thirty miles to hove another seaside town. He wore a hockey mask like Jason Voorhees of Friday the thirteenth fame and hidden some bushes. He jumped out and killed seventy three year old. Marie harding by stabbing her in the back. Then slashed her throat. She had walked remote path through a wooded area near Oakton Crescent East Sussex for ten hours beginning late on the night of the Sixteenth Gonzalez. Drink and a watson POB soon our adding alcohol to to the situation ten hours of drinking and then in the early morning of September seventeenth. He traveled nearly sixty miles to tottenham north of London. At Five thirty that morning he attacked forty six year old. Kevin Molloy in the street malloy. An Irishman and former pub landlord who had been described as a gentle giant was stabbed multiple times in the face neck chest and abdomen and died on the pavement at seven. Am in Hornsey. Four miles from the scene of the Malloy attack. Gonzalez forced his way into the home of fifty nine year. Old Koumas Constantino and his wife. Chris Stella they are awakened by a noise and saw Gonzalez's coming from their kitchen with one of their own knives which had been an eight inch. Blade the husband who despite having been stabbed. Numerous times in the forearms and chest was able to fend off. Gonzales by using a baby cradle. No way hope. The baby wasn't in it. I I hope the baby was in. I don't I don't think there was a baby. He was stabbed how many times I just end multiple times over his times in the. That's awesome yes So Gonzalez loss at knife in the struggle in Cristello ran into the street yelling for help. There is no mention that she had been harmed so that is good at least all right so now after the attack on the Constantinos Gonzalez now covered in. Blood was not only able to take a cab to highgate but was also able to buy another knife awesome. Not sure who would sell some uncovered in blood a fucking knife or what? Cabbie would be like. I'm sorry blood all over you I'm not taking you anywhere but now beginning in approximately eight. Am Gonzalez attempted frantically to enter a number of random homes in the area? Eventually in Highgate. He gained entry to the home of seventy six year old. Derek Robinson a retired physician for the underprivileged and his wife. Jean who is a sixty eight year old retiree who had a career with Christian aid which is a UK charity fighting global global poverty and injustice so to people who are doing amazing work to help other people have a tragic into their lives. He killed them both by stabbing them to death and committed his most brutal crimes. After the fact according to police Gonzalez call the experience. Quote orgasmic a local decorator a neighbor of the Robinson saw Gonzalez inside the Robinson's home nude covered in blood and phone. The police only a few hours after the last attack. Gonzalez was finally arrested in the subway. All right so now we're going to go on to the capture and trial of Daniel Gonzalez. Yeah after his arrest. Gonzales was held at Broadmoor which was a high security hospital where one doctor suggested that. Gonzalez was the sickest patient in residence while at Broadmoor. He was in full escort and always accompanied by custody. Officers wearing full riot gear wow Gonzalez engaged in continuous self injurious behavior in the form of attempting to rip out his own veins with his teeth. Ill Oh God at his arraignment Gonzalez claimed insanity which was rejected prosecutor. Richard Hoare well contended. That Gonzales was a psychopath that it was quote his very personality which led to the murders on March sixteenth. Two thousand six. The jury denied the defense's argument. That Gonzalez suffered from paranoid schizophrenia. Had the jury accepted this argument. Gonzalez would have been granted diminish culpability and would have been found guilty of manslaughter on every one of the six charges. Two attempted murders and four murders. Gonzalez received a verdict of guilty. Judge an gathered that Gonzalez would receive the mandatory life sentence. One for each of the attacks he would be remanded to broadmoor or a similar institution acknowledging that he was psychiatric ill but that did not preclude him from knowing right from wrong. For a period of several months at Broadmoor Gonzalez was considered to be so serious a case that he was kept in the intensive care unit on August. Ninth two thousand seven at eight. Thirty A M Gonzalez was found dead in his broadmoor cell. He committed suicide by using the jagged edge of a CD jewel case to his wrists. Oh Jeez so. This is Quite tragic story for everyone around because clearly this person needed help he needed psychiatric help. He needed medication. His mother pleaded for him to have help and even said does he have to murder someone before he gets the help he needs. He wanted help. These murders these four murders in these. Two attacks could have been prevented if people did their jobs. And so at the bottom of the article on the Criminal Code Site. There's an option to leave her apply Only one replied to the article was laughed and I want to read it now. Okay so this is from an anonymous person but I'm assuming it was from one of Daniel. Gonzalez's close acquaintances like this was written on March. Twenty second two thousand nineteen. Oh Daniel was a very well known person with money friends in nineteen ninety nine. A group of thirty teens all live together in an abandoned building. They all knew him as Zippy. Most of the group had nicknames a new. He had serious mental health issues witnessing him talking back to US forces or dribbling when he had been taking his meds however they all looked after him and he looked after them. He was very well known in both woking and the London Rave scenes zippy was taking medication that made him normal. He stopped taking it after a few of his friends took his medication and it turned them crazy. One was sectioned for a few days claiming to see in his words low-flying aircrafts trying to attack. Everyone was talking about what it did to those. Who took it making each other paranoid? So they wouldn't be tempted to take being kids not thinking about how that would affect someone who actually was paranoid. After this he did become paranoid. About what the medication did. And he started to come off his medication weakens. We spent in London at illegal raves. Weekdays causing havoc in the local town just being careless teens who had either been kicked out of or run away from home. The teens had come from all types of backgrounds many head drug and alcohol issues just starting zippy had a few girlfriends but by two thousand into the teens had grown up. Got Jobs or had families moved on. This is wins. Zippy started to become lonely. He started spending more time on his computer and his mental health started to get worse again. Everyone who knows him feels shocked by his actions but they knew how many struggles he had with his doctors or as medication along with his mental health. We all knew he was very unwell. But we didn't know Daniel the serial killer we knew zippy the side. Trans Loving always laughing party boy. It makes us feel sad knowing he heard voices and was not helped enough even when he asks for it himself. We don't agree with his actions at all but understood how it got so bad without the correct help. His story has so many layers and he is still misunderstood. He was failed many times and everyone who knew him feels awful for his victims and the families. If anything else we hope no one else is failed in this way again. What he did showed the monster that was buried inside but he wasn't always bad. He was not a loner who had no life or friends. He cried when he met our children and hugged us to try and make a smile. When we felt down he had spent many a time in and out of the Abraham Kollie Unit in Curtsy Hospital a unit for patients who needed to be suctioned. It's not been very well documented hunt so many flaws and not enough action taken to help. His case is horrific for what he has done and how it should have been prevented. He went from being on trial as a sane man who has never seen to begin with to be in class is one of Broadmoor six patients. This in itself shows how misunderstood and let down he was what he did was very very wrong and he won't be forgiven for that ever. The families of his victims are having to suffer for failed attempts. Get HIM HELP. So that was a letter written anonymously by one of his acquaintances. And I just think it's completely heartbreaking to know that Seoul much pain and suffering loss could have been prevented if we just took mental illness. Much more seriously honestly like I'm curious and I don't know if maybe read anything about this but at the trial when the judge basically was like you know you're GonNa go down for this. Do they mentioned the fact that like he you know if like his his attorney or whatever like mentioned the fact that like Hey. We've been trying to get this help. Prevent this and he's even like that's so appalling to me. I basically were like yeah. We are not going to help you. And now we're GONNA punish you for life because you are crazy and you ask for help but oh well you kill people. I mean yeah. I don't really know much about that. Other than the defense's argument was that he did suffer from paranoid schizophrenia. So they did know that he had mental health issues. Whether or not the ear..
"gonzalez" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"Be in one like the pitcher after the game aim with giant ice pack elbow? It's yes so if it's a whole body sauna may feel good but that's not really the most efficient way to target because he was talking in about doing icebox and I mean there's there's research now to say ball. Ice Baths aren't as effective people. Once thought they were just certain. Satin is it's it's that point where you look at a seventeen year career Tony Gonzalez had and you say well. How many games did you miss? And he just has to. Yeah Yeah they're backup quarterbacks who don't ask that wrong that's insane but they're not talking then they just carry a clipboard. Lord how to retire got a splinter repetitive strain injury carpal tunnel. All word. I and then you you look at him and you think will your guy the hit and got here. That's basically your job on the way to a touchdown and you must have had to go through some serious recovery. The only missed two games. That's outrageous. I Don I mean he's he is he the productivity six foot six something like that two hundred and fifty pounds speed strength is like the prototype for what you would look at well. Yeah you know seriously he was. Yeah because I mean when you look at Tony Gonzalez in his career. Titans we're always big but he was the guy that I mean. After he overcame the you know a period where he wasn't catching the ball he he was the guy that was the big huge tight end. That could catch the ball. So He's part of your office. Titans for the most part we're blocked. Were just deny that blocked you you know and now they're in many of you saying his excellence in. That role helped reshape the expectation of that post. Oh without a doubt yeah. There's no way you would have ZAC birds or guy in Dallas. I forget his name. It's because I'm going senile. Who is also one of the greatest titans of all time? I hate to say that But but you know these guys that WHO's on forty niners? was his name kettle or kids. Who can I mean he's got? These guys are all in the vein vein of Tony Gonzalez. All of them. Okay you know. Oh so he so he he. He created a mold. I yeah without a doubt. Oh okay without a doubt. This guy created a mold so going to the failure to find himself and he's ability to catch a ball. Then set the template for all of the greats to follow him in that position. You would imagine the greater compliment. You get as an athlete. Yeah to set a new standard in a new expectation for everyone else who follows well without a doubt I mean because you guys that do follow and they do it better so you look at Gronkowski. Like he's definitely one of the greatest tight ends of all time. Didn't help Brady behind him. Well I was going to say but he did it with the guy that you know. God I hate that Dude. Say Say et yeah he did it did it with the greatest quarterback ever are throwing the ball. So how do you know it's weird to get that kind of comparison you know So but but still there. They're still in the mold Of of Tony Gonzalez. which is I had a while sitting down with him? A little bit of me just reflected on the movie unbreakable. Oh Yeah Yeah you know. Where if they're super heroes among us they might just be another person sitting there and because in the movie unbreakable the And the unbreakable character played by a Bruce Willis Reich right Bruce Willis was in a train wreck. People die he walks off without a scratch. Of course okay. Nice and so. It's why who are who are you. What's and these are the the people who are unbreakable? So are you saying you. Won't you won't find the superpower unbreakable Tony Gonzalez safe you if you if you only missed two games and your that's my point. Yeah that that you don't know if you're unbreakable until you're in a total disaster and you walk away Scott. I'm thinking about the interview. Now that's why the the the Samuel Jackson character wanted to find the unbreakable person so we set up all these disasters plane crashes so that the one person walks away. That's that's the person that's a bit extreme. This is awful movie audience. These people are crazy. What a psychopath? Bring down a plane to see who survives as you must have been wrong. What are you saying that during the interview? I said the the that dog doc whistle. Make your ears perk up. I have a high pain threshold now. That's a size speed strength of mine and you know what you you can hit me. And he don't hurt that much. Well that's the guy who's going to be tied aid. knows is athletes will say that though on not all of I've seen you you know you guys guys guys. That's Tom Brady guys. Guys what's going on guys is what soccer's notorious anybody getting clipped by by insurance look bad way and they fall over a holder ankle. Nobody touched the ankle. Oh yeah I I didn't want to hear I get tweets flop right there when he touched. You know if you touch me you get a twisted talk. You need treatment broken eyelash. That's at least three games out eyelash so yeah then when you look could the guy and he said well if you if your body makeup is you've got this threshold for pain is like Whoa. That's outrageous right. I mean you're going to be looking going to be the Samuel Jackson. I want to be looking for the guys who can suffer pain because they're the guys on my team because I haven't got to worry about them. Not Being ready for the next game you have was the. Is there ever really a professional football players coach. I heard I'm I don't WANNA play. I don't think that's what I think. They have too much. That's not a painting that's how that is Their own self okay. I'm not going to put a name to anyone just best. That's all I know. Is I look at guys like Tony. Gonzalez and Gronkowski Ski. And you know All of these huge men that are playing this game and I thank God for football because because without this sport they would be. Criminals unstoppable criminals. Okay and in a lawless list land. These were the guys that were riding around on horses pillaging villages they would own become. This was guy so I'm just happy with that. These dudes foods in this program on that football players. Thank God for football. Don't ever ban this sport because we're all safer with them on on the field. They just one point of view modern day. gladiators a final thought. Total respect nick for Tony Gonzalez career that low mb pro bowler so many times. And I'm so envious visibility. Yes I know I had a podcast and I was invited to be honest I did did you do it. Yeah yeah it was totally. Here's what I say about this guy. He's good looking. He's got personality -ality. He's super talented at the League. He seems you know Average authentic Yeah I don't like what else during his podcast that I was in his Mama was sitting in the corner Oh that's starts sports edition. I WanNa Tony Gonzalez for giving us that interview. Chuck Gary Neil degrasse Tyson. Your personal astrophysicists bidding. You it was. You could listen star Talk commercial-free free join star talk on Patriot for as little as five dollars per month and the ADS will disappear learn more at Patriot dot com slash star talk radio..
"gonzalez" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"Rebecca Star Techniques Riley We just featured my interview with Tony Gonzalez the Super Bowl. The football great spent a bulk of his career with the definitely be a hall of Famer. And maybe he already yes. He is a guy with seventeen years career and fourteen pro bowls. Okay Yeah says is it all yeah first of all seventeen years in the NFL. And that's amazing. I have a technical question. Yeah if you're good enough to be in the pro bowl uh-huh but you don't play in the pro bowl because your team went to the Super Bowl right. Do you still count as a pro bowler. Yes because it was already made even if you didn't play even play you're still a pro bowler. Okay have a good job trying to take Annetta White from Pearson Baseball. If you don't play in that game you don't count as an all-star low if you got injured you if you voted in but you haven't injured or you don't WanNa play but you pretend you're it doesn't. It doesn't count last. I knew the rules. It doesn't cow stuff house. That's tough. Yeah Yeah so you knew who knows someone like Tony. Gonzalez would be so obsessed with quantum physics. Oh tell me about I think more people than you know. Oh Yeah I have a soft Geek underbelly But this is more this. I mean he's become like the poster boy for where Geeks and jocks collage. What I'm saying only one person eleven? I'm eleven it. We need more of that. We WanNA do. Is normalize what it is to be a geek and that way GEEKS can hide among us without you knowing. Oh sweet like Vampires van only come out at night so they see well. What what I found really interesting was he says yeah? I was just a neanderthal talent. You just give me the ball I get me a TD. I never thought about never had to do this I did the. GM did this is about a never overanalyze. An all of a sudden the failure of certain things made him sit back and take account of himself the gross through pain the gross through failure right and we mentioned that the point is are the people who succeed. Did they always succeed or did they overcome failure and are there are the greatest of anything in this world of expressed talent are is what fed that talent the fact that at some one or more times in their lives they had failed. Yeah and they regrouped. They took stock. It reminds me of my sister her. Okay my sister left college right until she wasn't feeling it okay that she went and hung out got a job. Hung out was at the bar with her friends and she looked around and Said said is this my future these people are losers up. You know you can't tell her that right right go figure that out and then it becomes completely internal to you and so to hear his epiphany. I can't even imagine you're saying his fellow business. Nisa point on Plum Ball. Yes she's being executive with the Ford Motor. Now yes yeah and now. I'm taking a drinking but yeah so I was a I was reaffirmed what I already knew but it's good to hear to. Here's here's someone who who can speak first hand about how great he became from. How low he wants was? Yeah see COMEDIANS. It doesn't work that way they're They're we're too arrogant to know that we failed seriously and comedians. Go Up and bomb right and they won't. They won't come when they come off stage and you look at them like all right like because you never want to say good set because you know it wasn't right so you just go right you know and they look at you and I go. Yeah.
"gonzalez" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"Your personal astrophysicists. This is exports edition of star. Talk every now and then we throw in one of those. I've got Chuck Nice House. tweeting chuck Nice Comic Riley Early Former footballer. Yup We can do a fist bump to McKEN. You look a little awkward there but didn't WanNA knock the Michael. Oh right AH underneath. Today was my interview on expurgated. Straight on through with Tony Gonzalez football great for the Kansas City chiefs. One one of the greatest tight ends to ever play the game and he played me by that. I don't mean as position. Oh for heaven's sake you happy now. Yeah okay that's a great old joke at all. He was with the chiefs from Nineteen nineteen ninety seven to two thousand and eight. And then he went to the Falcons And now he's an on air analyst for Fox. NFL Sunday yes. Yes yeah yeah but the chiefs are in the Super Bowl. She threw in the Super Bowl. Fifty for against the forty niners and Gonzales. I don't believe ever won a playoff game. Dan only time at the chiefs for sitting at me and he is also but he doesn't have that one thing that ring that sets that's you above and beyond that that would be the overwhelming majority of NFL players. This him like he's he has some unique the issue but you were saying he's so good. Yeah well he just went to the Patriots and he would've been he would've patriots each list. That's right that's what that's what era did he was on a losing team twice. That's right on the Yankees at any went ahead and won the championship. Okay okay. Let's look forward to both fifty four so the niners was the deal. Who who's your money on you know? Here's the thing. Don't ask me that. 'cause I don't bet the collider's look great but money is on a Ma'am home. I liked the chiefs and I also of course you know Andy Reid. Yeah Costa Philadelphia Eagles for quite some time and so I you know being Eagles Fan You know I got I gotta root for Andy. What's with the no three quarterback throw Jimmy Garoppolo? What's going on? Here's the thing that everybody says. This like Garoppolo is in doesn't throw ball because they they rushed the ball for two hundred whatever yards so what he want. That's what you WANNA do. Is it not because it doesn't throw because he throws into sections to offer. That's what I'm wondering coach Shanahan's gone. Ah We're running this thing. Well No I think I think rob lowe will have a good game if he if he has to throw the ball. He'll throw the ball. But you do what you have to do to win. If the forty niners come al now and the chiefs can stop the run. Guess what that's what they're going to do all day long just like they did to to to against the truly that the strategy must be. Can we cake cake. Mahomes off the field in which case we allnight. We eat the clock. If the niners just by run by run by Robin with trying to keep mahomes off the field is he only has to be on the field for twenty two seconds to score a touchdown. That's probably Patrick Mahomes. The Guy can score so quickly I I really don't the forty niners win in this game but you know I mean that my opinion in two dollars. Four dollars ninety cents. We'll get a cup of coffee. The only ones Philadelphia to be in the you know understandable us. I do have issues. Yes I do. Yes and I'm living vicariously through Kansas City because of Andy Reid. So you know. I'm I'm pretending as my romantic heart says mahomes and the chiefs not a fan of Garoppolo man man. Yeah let me ask you as a former Pro baller a former yes. Soda Foot Footballer Foot. Thala Fort Baller if you if a championship but you really good. How does that affect you break? Your heart will wow. We're sorry do you want to get traded or you want to up the game of the rest of your players never easy like that. It's never simple as you know what I want to get traded because the moment must be right. The team doesn't want to let you go the mind team you can go to. That has a space for you to fill or they might be paying you so much. They go Me Now you just has changed my mind about the whole thing now. I don't care because you just mentioned how much money they go crying. Your money take take your right right well without any further delay right. Let's go straight to my exclusive. Give one on one interview with Tony Gonzales. California Kid Yeah so surfing all that stuff. Really skateboarding Gordon. Oh Man I went to college in California. I went to Berkeley When certainly because how Berkeley's Cao Cao Cao Cao Berkeley crazy Berkeley? All right bill. Orange Hair nipples goodson. I opened it. Was your hair eh blonde. Little had blond tips. Oh Wow okay it was the thing. Okay you a young you was finding myself fact finding yourself What sports in in high school digital Football and basketball and basketball. Yeah basketball I went to Berkeley to play basketball. That was my thing. This guy named Jason Kidd is players of all time yeah He was the big guy on campus there and so I took my trip up there. And he was my host really okay and they had when he was an undergraduate. Yeah there and I And I was like I'm coming to Berkeley. That was probably the biggest reason I went to Berkeley. Because Jason Kidd an basketball at what six six five six five six okay we've done that Cadet works in college. Yeah where I did do good but I also played football too. Yeah I could uh I was better football until there is to it and so I could have went to any school I wanted to in the country To play football right but But I wanted to school. That wanted me to play basketball as well because that was where my heart was. That's Okay I love that both. Don't you gotTa do you gotTa do Follow the heart and so the basketball and football are so completely different with regard to human contact body contact saw. Aw So why does you can say you're good at football but you you were also good at not getting injured football. Yeah all right. I was looking at some of these. Numbers is it's like this is crazy. Will you ever injured. How many games did you not play in seventeen years of football games? You Miss Two Games Games and that was pretty Curzon superheroes stuff you know. This is what do you what do you made. A this is I guess my mom would love to take credit credit for that or are you. Are you made of some superhero material. How do you how do you miss two games in seventeen years? I have a high pain. Pain tolerance on his first of all what happened. FEW DIMISSED WHO Games I can show you here. I don't know if there's a camera but I got a bone sticking up out of my shoulder nabbed. Yeah I knew you were constructed in a lab somewhere pieces of you that point in the wrong direction that that means you're not really human. I got lucky I got lucky and then I also played i. I tried to one game or they'll be too. There was one game a supposed to miss three weeks. Four weeks they said and then And I missed the one week and then after that they put like a needle into it every week. Where you're saying shoot it up? Wait wait wait. You're saying you got your shoulder busted out and you missed one game because of this that one game again they put a little donut on there and a needle and we can rebuild. You gotta get out there. I wanted to get out there. I mean they wanNA play other games. What tore my knee up In preseason something in practice somebody it fell into my knee and I missed the one game. I tried to play that game and I could have but coach was like no. You're not the first game and this is the first game of the season and then up to that I played risks. Okay so what's this other thing when you had a bell's Palsy. What was that? Yeah at bills. I've heard of this but I don't know any I don't know anything about it. I don't know where it comes from just happens to people but it's we're like the your cranial nerve number eight or something like that Gets frozen or I don't know what it gets numb paralyzed. I'm sorry and so your whole all right side of your face goes goes paralyzed numb and you have to tape. Drives shut to and keep putting vising to keep it. Fluid going in their We didn't miss a game because of that that was during the offseason luckily turned out saying I got lucky. Lot of this stuff okay. So that's that's that asked my wife wife to marry me with that bells positive face to I. I got down on one knee and I had like half my face melting quasimodo style. They laughed at me and she's taking the ring. Did she say yes she said Yeah. That's very very adult kids. They know everything but the hunchback. You got the whole Charles face going going there so I'm but more than anything I've just mentioned mentioned is the number of times you have touched the ball and of those times how many you dropped the ball and it was a one thousand. I got the number of a crack team researchers here. What's that number one thousand three hundred twenty seven touches of the ball? Yeah and you dropped it. How how many times Well I don't know fumble fumble fumble I fumble twice twice twice you terrible one thousand three hundred twenty. Yeah yeah aftermath. Poxy on your hands what you know what it is is My sister's secret okay. There is a secret the secret listening leaning in on this lenient on this because this is This is Happened twice I fail. I fumbled the ball my junior year at college against Stanford that was arrival. And we lost the game because of me it was in the fourth quarter according to brainiacs schools Berkeley and Stanford but okay and they picked the ball staff come on that and we lost because me and so after the game I was crying uncontrollably proably it it killed me to let my team down like that fast forward to my second year in the League I was in the middle of the League. NFL NFL is in the NFL l.. Second Season people know their story dropped. Sixteen balls led the NFL drop passes that year And I fumbled Twice a year and I lost the ball for for us and it was like there's pictures of me slamming hitting the ground earth the field because I'm so frustrated and pissed off at myself and that that's kind of the best thing ever happened to me. That's that's where I said to myself I will never ever ever ever let this happen again. and like any time I had the ball. It was like you're carrying everybody's hopes and aspirations just the way you do. Yeah it's like you're not getting this ain't ever come in Canada Cup turnover and football. That is the worst thing you can do that. That's the number one stat in football. If you're not on the on the highlight reel. Everybody knows too. And you walk to the sideline align and nobody real the Blueberry Hill. Nobody was saying anything to you. When you go to the sideline everybody just looking at you? Lose the game for us and and so I was. It hurt me so much coach that I would fumble the ball that I really made extra special care not you know. I think there's not enough written about the value of lessons learned in failure Because I mean think about it there are people who think that if they fail that that's the end of something whereas it's just a matter of your mindset for it to be at the beginning of something that's where it starts. That's where I tell people that's where the gold is. That's where that's where the growth is And I think the harder your failure is first. That means you're putting it out there too like if you go for big dreams When you fail now it's on a mat a grand scale? Everybody notices to can hurt even more but I think that's where you you make your bones that's how you that's how you get better every body that I've ever sat down with WHO's achieved..
"gonzalez" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"I felt like as a parent much more so what kind of world I WANNA make for my child what things do I wanna change that I saw I saw that my mother did and my grandmother did that I want my daughter not have to face and I think about that even assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez has been called the California Democrat setting the national agenda and with good reason she's fought to increase the state's minimum wage expand sickly and she also took on gig economy giants like Google a bill she sponsored just became a law and it will reclassify contract actors from rideshare drivers to exotic dancers as employees in a word that is huge but those who've been following her political career are not Sir sized Lorraina came to the state assembly with an agenda should just kicking things off to do less your.
"gonzalez" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"I think relentlessly pursue what you love I guess yes or no no relentlessly pursue what you love and when speaking enlist mean gene do that with your heart. That's when speaking listening do it like your mind and your heart prosperity and fun come. When your heart becomes the filter to your reminds thoughts. What do you mean by that so I believe everything you want will come when you can filter would comes up into your brain and filter that down through your heart and let your heart speaking do so yeah fun and prosperity come when your remind when your heart can become the filter for your minds. That's good. I don't ever heard said that way. Quote Tony Gonzalez Yeah Okay. What does the thing. You're most proud of that. Most people don't know about you that most people don't know about me. I think that's a hard one. What the hell. Hey we're trying to get wide open here. I love it. Mike Okay what the hell. I'm trying to think because I'm because I am pretty wide open like most people. I'll just tell them like something like something that I I saw your actions was like when I was over your house. You were like yeah. I make breakfast for my kids.
"gonzalez" Discussed on Oddly Observant
"Hello friends today's episode of the oddly observant podcast. I have another friend on the show. He is although Gonzalez what's up man. How's it going come pretty good. How're you doing doing great man or background for our viewers in our listeners so I guess technically I'm the CTO of tuner incorporated currently working on making brass roots pretty much the things that I'm doing like responsibilities I am not only managing the product addict but also planning for the product and things like releases and stuff like that and then outside of that basically any technological need not to say that like I necessarily have to have like the final say or or something like that but like you're the go-to Guy for sure on the go to tackle is for the time being you know and demystify this a little little bit. Aldo is a computer developer for the grassroots APP and really anything that touches code although has a say say the actually San and takes us where we're GONNA go and I've learned so much from Aldo throughout this experience and I know mean mean although our friends on a personal level but on a business level I think we challenge each other everyday because we come with very different rent point of views but we're both fascinated by each other's work and I think we're always trying to learn from each other f. Lee I mean and not only with you. I would say with everyone in the company right now. You know like Chris Cameron sure I mean at least for me like I believe all y'all are smarter than me in a lot like most areas that I don't like should should about concussions yeah yeah. We're we're. We fall all within. It rules and all that so. I think that started dude. I mean it's definitely like famous speeches a thing yeah I mean I think America was built off of it so it's just important to and we mess with the technical side. I think it's important to never let your freedom of speech speech b-breached and written reasonable case of course yeah because I mean why should why should someone else have the right to tell you what you can say what you can't say you you know unless you're being employed with them are employed by them in like you're on their dime at any given time like during the day or whatever than there then then you know that that makes sense yeah. I I think we passionately agree on that and I know I have the more I got to callers. Surges realized there's layers to freedom and freedom of speech is one of those base layers. If you're listening to a previous podcast mean cameron talked about a baseline technologies and and I can do this to here's TC IP was a base layer and everything else was or TCP TCP IP was a base layer and everything else got built on top of it and I see that happening again with the freedom stuff right yeah with freedom and I I mean sorry in my life personally. I see that happening again and it's been nice to like. 'cause you learn about it. When you're in school. Freedom this is what America's America's freedom and as you go through different systems that are within America you start to learn was true was not. I think one thing that's always rained. True is that freedom of speech is literally the most important thing whether that's an person online unless you know obviously you gave a constraint right. That's makes perfect sense and I think that's something we gotta stay. Stay forceful about that's what makes America America definitely. I mean I mean you. You know you gotTA. Do your part heart like similar to thing. Forget the saying exactly but it's like if you see evil happening or something and you don't do anything about it when you're not necessarily on their side but you're at least not on the side of the good I guess and what whoever's is seeing situation but it's definitely important yeah definitely born yeah. I mean it's important for everyone to check. Each other in like being offended for someone else is kind of like why yeah you know what's what are you getting out out of that like. Let's take that energy make it positive and let's make a change yeah. Exactly I mean yeah for sure I mean it starts with you. It'll be the change you want to see in the world. Yeah the individual can influence local which can influence the community which can influence state which can influence the nation yet can influence the world yeah and you only you only have to do once you start at ones and I think with the Internet nowadays it makes it easier are for the chain of events happen and more people are allowed to have that chain of events and I think I get us back on. I guess to get us back on track. technology side is an freedom is that America is a beacon of freedom and has been in the past and the future hopefully and the the Internet is it's such a global and such an open thing that there's it's almost like there it was built to be free and I hope in America that we always stay true that and keep it free and don't get too greedy because we do have some of the best companies in the world and I hope that doesn't put us in a make ourselves blind. Two things will happen in the future or greedy moments. Yeah I mean you gotta think history repeats itself. It's definitely important for the older generations to teach young and ways that are yes through your lands and your your subjective like standpoint viewpoint or whatever but trying to be as unbiased as possible and just giving the facts as they are and letting the younger generation make their own signed up but also teaching them to be aware. Yes just be more aware of what's going on around you. What's what you're doing. You mean higher affecting other people the things that you're using and how you know getting into products and stuff like that. There's a whole slew things from technology to food to anything. I'm like that is just a a number of regulations that have to be in place. There's a number of like issues like how to be addressed. Things like that and I think it's so on the Internet specifically typically. It's so fascinating because there's a symmetric information. The people that do know about technology are almost it's at a bigger advantage on the Internet and people that don't more than any other. If you get to compare them I make an any other. Industry has to another industry. Sorry so these people that have these technical skills have asymmetrical information and thus in a way not that I wanNA force like virtue on them but it's it's important developers and what people that work on the Internet and make their living off the internet kind of stuff. They're putting into the Internet because the Internet is is really just a projection of our limbic system and away our desires. Our wants are are what we're curious about so we really have to put good things into that. and I would imagine the Internet would output something very positive again. Yeah I mean you're definitely not to say that like everything thing would for sure be good because you're definitely going to have but it's limited as much as possible you know and and then yeah. I definitely agree you. WanNa promote to get as much as possible and I think if you're putting good energy into like having a good intentions and you're you're actually being open delake new possibilities in new viewpoints of over the other people wildly different than yourself then. I mean you're making something that's GonNa be hopefully of better use to a majority already more of a majority of people you know and honestly I think that's one of the thing I want to try to have the podcast be as an open runway for these ideas and these different different different ways of thinking come together and coalesce and have new insights and again. I want America to stay with his mindset as well because 'cause I think America can be so much better than we are and we can really with the technology we can really you make some positive change happen but there's always always always the other side in any math equation any life event. There's always the the negative and I think your point unawareness just hyper accurate. Awareness is the most important thing and I think as a whole as a society were slowly waking up. Were very slowly waking up yeah and I mean I don't know if you agree with the idea that unions are kind of like a hive race where now with the Internet that's kind of like unlock another level for us as a race and like like a thing you know in the universe like we're able to share information nearly instant instantaneously Taniwha slowly. Get kinda going back to the freedom of speech thing. You know it's it's important to let everyone have the same sort of platform. I can get behind the idea that like of course there's celebrities and athletes and things like that political figures you obviously more in the limelight or more important maybe not more important but for everyone has voice more popular than everyone should have an equal voice yeah no one should should be blocked or impeded upon based on any number of factors. You know whether it's on money you have the way you look the way you act things like that or the job you have where you live like. Those things shouldn't be deciding factors because everyone situations wildly different. Your it's the crap shoot of where you're born in the world. You know so you could be born some really nice he bought some people is bad. Yeah I've always heard a weird or actually not weird. A very interesting things thing is let me pose a question. The against directly to you is if you right now could have the choice of repeating your birth and having a different mother and that could be literally anywhere in the world you know World War Two in in eastern European country or the son of a billionaire would you even would you. Redo it I would I would say most people have the same answer. I would hopefully hopefully everyone they know. Isn't it fascinating that pretty much across everybody. That's been pulled on that question. Everybody Says No. We all love our situation. I think it gives us perspective too when we are in hard times is like okay. I wouldn't wanNA. Redo that that moment because like your mom is something close to you and you wouldn't want to even if you had the odds of being way in a quote unquote better situation you. WanNa take those odds. You're happy with what it was and I think that's cool thing about the human mind yeah I agree. It's interesting like I think the reason at least personally why people are like are GonNa say no to that is because of the emotional connections that they have with memories there and the people that they know in real life. You know like you said mom like you know. People have moms dads hopefully and then like grandparents extended family brothers sisters like you know you have a slew of memories with them all yeah whether they're good or bad it's like they're so memories that you have with people in your life and almost having having a memory is like having one memories almost better than having none at all and I know that's Cliche in situations. That's not true but in general it usually is that people don't want to Redo what they did but it because it made them who they are and allow them to transcend end to be where they are in do what they're doing. I think that's a really very cool thing and I think again to kind of close off the subject of freedom. I think think America should keep these things in mind and always allow everyone to speak and let's be wary of what technological logical great things can come but let's also be aware of what technological negative things can come from the United States and let's do what we can to make sure it's going in positive direction. Let's get into another thing I know you like ally or actually we both like overwatch almo- overwatch fans. y'All need to come. Come listen to podcasts because it will probably be talking about this a little bit more. Let's break it down. Tell hosts about the overwatch league although and tell us about who's your favorite team and tells what overwatch is and tell us why you like playing it. Oh okay so sorry or I don't mean to remorse you..
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