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"guzman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"We'll do like a double tape. And I don't get involved. I got this. Don't you dare talk back to me. You said, what? Oh. Yeah? Well, you know what? You're going to pack up your stuff tonight and you go on the, I'm going to drop you off at the bus stop. Don't get involved. I got this. This family here. You know? Yeah, but I do drive around with that. Did you get into the diamond lane so you can use what you got two people in the car? No, we don't have to worry about that in Vermont. No, no, but so you do that in Vermont is what you're saying. You're driving around. Yeah, my gosh. There's no carpool lane in Vermont. The fact that I know of. Did soderberg give it to you? Are you asked for it? I think it was both because you know what happened with they had that one in case they didn't grab it, you know, on the first page. Sure. They got everything and it showed up. It's still in my closet. You know? It's still in my closet. I look at it. What's in a while, I take it out, comb the hair a little bit. You know? I mean, you gotta maintain. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, you don't put a little makeup on it. You know, stuff like that. Fantastic. Again, I mean, just think about it. I'm gonna ask you about Paul Thomas Anderson. Brian De Palma, Soderbergh, Tim Burton. Burt Reynolds, my God. And then the most you get pegged is for a movie you were in it. Yeah. I'm telling you. So everybody, this man was not in ghost, just back off Louise Guzman when you meet him. And if you ask me if I wasn't ghost, have a nickel ready, please. At least a nickel. Oh my gosh. Wednesday premieres next week on Wednesday, November 23rd, only on Netflix. Gomez Adams is the role played by Luis Guzman a delight, sir. Hopefully it will not be another 6 years till I see you next time. Sure. And thank you for being the best dad ever. You know what? I know we're in a battle Royale for that title. And I appreciate you letting me have it. But it's this moment. I appreciate it. And thank you for having me, bro. Any time you know that. A huge fan of everyone. You right back at you. Luis Guzman here at Louis from the hood on Instagram. Check him out right here on the rich eyes and show it. At
"guzman" Discussed on WTOP
"On scene, they could hear the sound of shots being fired. The officers made contact with the armed suspect when they arrived on scene. They gave the suspect commands to drop the weapon. This house book did not follow the commands of officers and raised that weapon. At that time, an officer discharged their firearm, striking the suspect, the suspect was then taken into custody. He was transported to an area hospital where he is in stable condition. No officers were injured. A Virginia state lawmaker is at the center of a controversy over a proposed bill related to young transgender people. Prince William county delegate Elizabeth Guzman is defending a bill that didn't get much attention when introduced two years ago. It's now at the center of some controversy after which she calls an inaccurate TV report. Guzman described the proposed measure as expanding the definition of child abuse to include physical or mental injury on kids because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. The recent wjla reports said the bill would make it possible. For parents to face criminal charges if they don't affirm their child's sexual orientation and gender identity. Guzman responded on Twitter calling the report misleading. The Washington Post reports House minority leader Don Scott junior says, he spoke with Guzman and she has no intention of introducing the bill. Melissa Howell WTO P news. A two year old boy is in critical condition after being found alone and unconscious outside a D.C. apartment complex. The boy was found about 9 p.m. Thursday night outside the Trinity Plaza apartments on Atlantic street in southwest by a passer by. D.C. police in a statement say they are investigating a physical abuse allegation, our news partners at NBC four report first responders from a nearby fire station help the child who was in cardiac arrest. He also apparently had bruises on his body. Police say they know the identity of the little boy and I've been in touch with his guardian or parent, no charges have been filed, no arrest made. Kyle Cooper, WTO news. After traffic and weather vulture critic Jen Cheney on a new dark series on Netflix called the watcher. It's three O
"guzman" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Jeff ghostman from the law firm of Crenshaw Guzman herb. We want to update you on some important information regarding the pandemic nursing home scandal, which resulted in so many unnecessary deaths, Jeff. Thanks for joining me again. Thanks for inviting me, Curtis. We had so many calls and glad we're talking about this again. Jeff, is it really true that former governor Cuomo mandated that nursing homes had to take in COVID patients? No, never. Cuomo threw his Department of Health only gave guidance suggesting that the nursing homes take in such patients. Jeff, are you saying that these nursing homes do bear some of the responsibility for what happened? Absolutely. For years before the pandemic, the nursing homes failed to prepare for the inevitable by devising a comprehensive infectious disease protocol, and they knew that if they took in these patients, they were going to risk the lives of existing residents. So, Jeff, are those family members able to sue these nursing homes? Yes. I pretzel gusman Herbert, we're filing these cases on behalf of these most vulnerable victims and their families every day. I understand that recently governor in her first budget passed up an opportunity to create a fund to compensate these victims. So, Jeff, one of these families to do. Yeah, well, that's true. That's why it's more important than ever that we fight the hold these nursing homes responsible for their part in this tragedy. You've said you've had an amazing response and calls by people regarding this. Is that still going on? Definitely. I'm so glad Curtis that
Gausman shuts down Red Sox, Blue Jays hold on for 3-2 win
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"guzman" Discussed on TNCnow
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"guzman" Discussed on TNCnow
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"guzman" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
"Know. I play dave matthews. Well that was asian not asian. We hope you enjoyed it and jr. This was such an amazing episode. Thank you so much for being here with us. I know we went a little over. But is there anything you want our listeners. To know where can they find you and your latest work. Yeah just you know all the socials instagram facebook and all that stuff. I started new podcast. Bits and beats where i want to get either. Both guys on or individually is their music involved. because i'm in yes so basically interview the guests in view guys and then may be based on the interview thing that's this one would be like about like jerking off lutes and probably don't forget. Maybe maybe for mind throwing totaling you know. Well thank you very much. The jury jr please check out. Shonky jarvis work. He's so funny so amazing and you know what believing yourself leaving your heart bleeding yourself and do and go ahead and falls on all social media platforms while leaving yourself at asian asian pot. I'm also on the route the fumiaki. Cigna abe and you can find me on his rimet. Nice pants bro. Come to a taxi comedy. Show the one. The next one is going to be october fourteenth. And guess what. I'm going to be in new york for that one so please come out to that. One would love better you. We'll have to see you. And i don't know patriot. Leave a review. Goddamn do all those things. Give us your money if you want more content about jerking after phrases like you can do it So please please. We'll do that. And we love you. Jr thank you and everybody will see you next week. Bye when you get xfinity. Internet flexes included free and finding to watch on. Tv is now as easy as popcorn. Show me my favorites..
"guzman" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
"Calm down calm. Chill buddy chill out. But then i realized like if that's what he that is what you'll fulfill at the gym. I don't wanna do that. But he wants to. Go ahead and get it and do your thing. Yeah i started for some reason. I started related to my comedy career. Where like when somebody gets something. Like i know what you mean that it feels discussing but i think it is natural to fhimah saying where like i'm happy for them but i also feel like oh it makes me really think about everything in my career. Yeah yes absolutely. Yeah i am. I on the right path right. Am i doing the things to the best of my potential and then that question that. I've always wondered why that comes. It's like because. I feel like i've done a lot of things in my career. But then we'll have this thing like Win is my my thing. Whatever that is. I don't know what it is i'm waiting for. Is it like to have a certain kind of career or right level like making certain amount of money for fame whatever. Yeah and that's where i try to return back to also like well. Why did i start this. What was fun about it and let me just go there and then figure out like what that could lead to it but it is scary like whenever i feel that i'm always just like all right. Let me just take a step back. I don't want that to like takeover. Because i've seen a lot of comics get bidder at a certain. Yes right right. I really want to avoid that. No-one avoid. I also want to say like this very painting with a broad. Brush your but like this is a very asian thing because i germ issue because most of my friends and calmly are white and like they don't feel guilty for wanting things here. We are Here we are mike. You what you're saying to me is you want to be a professional comedy writer or comedy person. Why can't you just comfortably say that. Like why and. I know exactly what you're talking about because i still feel the way sometimes but like damn it all goes back to our parents telling us we ain't shit but like it's like you think you're you're almost forty and you think you don't deserve this john. It's a fucking job. Mike is just a job. You're not asking to be in the ventures you're just want to raise them stupidity vendors you could get. There is that you're deserving of that the dream and it's weird because it feels like like we have to be humble behind always had that. Yeah yeah. I've always gone that. I think i got that a lot from whatever. My parents have got a lot from. Mike martial arts teachers to be humble you know you can never and i remember. I watched that show hacks shot yeah. It's a really good show very feel good in a weird way and then but there's a there's a there's a there's a scene in it where the The main character. She's a comedy writer comedy person and she's she's talking to like this comedy legend that she says you know what i'm really good at this writing and in my mind i was immediately like i would never say that i would never say. Oh my god yeah do. Has anyone ever asked you this. You tell them. You're a comedian. They go you funny has been and so. That's yeah i always go okay doing it. Eight years i've been on tv. I i don't know and i can't get myself like yeah fucking funny. I can't even know that's the truth on the road he's on. Tv's on netflix. He was we joke. Oh yes he is a professional. Of course he's funny. That's like the minimum requirement for this fucking job but when a civilian just of rando goes you go. You can't even say yeah can't even really like saying i don't like to brag about it. I don't i always feel like i only would say that i'm like i'm a little bit better than an open. Michael i guess you know what i'm saying. Clearly you know what i'm saying. I just can never really say i'm good. Yeah yeah i think about it. Like what am i. Because i relate with us tuned my current life. It's like what is the worse that would happen of just being confident. In how good you are we at this i. I'm always afraid of being like you know a fraud. I guess i'm always afraid of. Oh isn't that funny or a weird thing to say. Like look how awesome i am or whatever the fuck and of course we've all had shitty shows or whatever but you know we know that if we have a show it's not even necessarily because we weren't funny or not it could have just been because next door stores A dog took shit on the stage. Whatever the fuck it is but it is. It's a weird thing where it's so hard to just say i'm i'm worthy of this thing. I should get this this is. I'm better than these other people. That's another thing i don. I don't know. I try not to say that you know. Maybe you shouldn't say comedy whatever but like other people will get stuff that you're like okay. Cool i guess. I just got a try over the fucking so yeah. I don't know if it's an asian thing whatever straight dudes at the gym thing. Whatever fuck it is you know. Yeah well i mean. I like even just looking at somebody. Somebody like all the things that you guys are doing right now. You can think about like you are sort of like the top percentage of even comedy and it's hard to really look at it's like it's like living in america versus like living in a third world country or something. Sure where it's like the the fact that you're able to build a following make money doing comedy like get credits to all these all this stuff and work professionally in comedy is like the top thing and it's something to be proud of and it's like it's so easy to start to like try to develop that be right. You know. i'm. I'm speaking from my own experience to where i have like. I have a conversation on the plane with somebody. Like i sense that part of me that like needs to prove it to them that i'm yeah median. You step back dude. It's so funny. Like i'm reading this. You can heal your life book because it's like and the i literally been telling myself and my head in those moments. I'm like chair. I love you exactly as you are baby. And then i realized like do everything. I'm doing is dope. I'm really happy with where i wanna be. And it's like there's like some saying that book to act like you chose this day. Act like you chose your life act like you your prob. Whoa and it makes me feel like in that moment. It's like dude. Actually i wanted all these things and there's more that will come in happened but it's like even that moment if let's say i'm still waiting for an opportunity. That was good for me. I want that like patients in between but yeah. I say that it's definitely days where it's like not as easy to feel that this thing i also feel like sometimes this is not just comedy but like i think people who live in new york and other people are trying to make it in their own field. Sometimes when you have a win. I remember the first time i played basketball. I made a shot and it's not like there was a standing ovation because we're like three minutes in the game and we have a whole game to play and nobody fuck fuck about the shot that i made. But it was my first basketball. I've ever made at a game. Because really i averaged ten points and the whole season i was so bad but i made a shot and it was like a big deal me and nobody cared because we're like. Oh we have to keep running because now they have the ball like that in life sometimes. But you like you'll get some. Yeah mike a cameo on a communist central digital video but like now the game has moved on. Can't and it's so hard to like..
"guzman" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
"I mean it was rolling. But they're not going to put it in obviously but it was like it was like she ran out and like posit and the ethical talk to her and in that moment i just i was thinking about because as it was happening i was like why do they keep being like. Why are you guys. Keep bringing this up. Like i'm the only woman here. It feels really weird that like. I'm being teamed up mean ganged up on like three guys and one girl like why do you keep you have to kind of like always give the female perspective. That's why i'm here. Like why. Do you keep bringing up apologized or whatever and i was like why do they keep bringing it up. Like i feel like so weird. Oh she kept young she. I think she was like looking at me like support. But i didn't do anything because i didn't like know. Then and yeah. Yeah was going to ask. Is there like some further context for this. Do you saw something. So that's the thing. I don't know that maybe this is just how they talk or does their vibe or maybe cry once an episode. I have no idea. And so i didn't say anything when she laughed. I was like i was really like. Hey again you know i know. Gender is a construct. It's don't get mad at me. But i really felt like i wasn't a man like i really should have. I really felt like. I really felt like i felt like i should have said something. Like really like i could clearly tell she was being ganged. Up is looking to you for not even me. I think he was just like they were doing something that i thought was weird and wrong too and i was just like why do i say something i could spend like. I have done it to you. Know mean it could have been like well just clear the air like not saying it's all good. I've done fuck that my boss balls and then let's move onto the next topic. Yeah yeah you know. They're always go. Quick the balls out and i didn't do it and like it was so awkward. And then they come back in and they like. We had to wrap up the episode. Because it's so hard to come back from that and be like so how's days know. Yeah you know. Dating's weird news. Let's talk of ghanistan. We can't do that so they come back in and they're like i like. Where can they find you. And i'm like on instagram wrapped up. I didn't even get through the plug. The pod really just like the main reason. Why fucking did the thing they did. Ask you about the podcast in the episode. So as long as they don't cut that out. I do talk about it in depth. This is what happens with toxic masculinity we don't get to plug are apparently the player of hockey. That's that's what i said about. But like i guess i have more things to say about it but that was okay. We want to get into it. I'm gonna get into it but let's bring our guests in because he's been waiting very patiently and i'm so so happy to have him on we've been trying to get him for a minute and usually when you bring a comedian were like oh you can see him. Uncommon central netflix. All the stuff and you can see them on those things but quick anecdote this guy he mean. Here's a special place in my heart. Because he's like the first comic who like looked out for me back in like twenty eight eighteen. He like eat. i don't even know him that. Well i think we saw other this show like once. He emailed me and was like he had just done j. f. l. got new face. Yeah so he was already like in my mind. I was like. Oh he's like a he made it. Yeah emailed me and he was like. Hey man i wanna break you for unwrapped. J. fell this year like what's real and he like connected me with the founder who came out to be racist misogynist. By the time we didn't know at the time we didn't know and iran idea. I remember like i started tearing up a little bit. Because i was like nobody is because first of all. I'm always crying a little bitch. Asian as you. I just told but But it's like you know it's nice when other people look out for you. And i feel like specifically being asian comedian like not a lot of people. Always do you a solid ronnie. Chang obviously does but just kind of it for me at least and jr. Obviously you and i try to help out. People and this our peers will be like. Hey i can't do show go go hit up here. Mike that happens but like assault like an industry solid. That doesn't happen very often. If you're an asian grime mc so anyways Love this man so have my a comedian writer. So excited certify. Loverboy is what i have written here. See step up. Comedy central end netflix. Get up for the Amazing altruistic jd guzman What's up man anecdote bro. You're delegating how is yours where were you. What was your going with member consuming. Where i seen you on before. That was at the state of nbc stuff. Was something before you got it before. So i don't think it was. Maybe a mentioned san francisco. You know each other. When i saw you both like oh i. We both know each other. Yeah are why just thought you were so funny too and like you just. I could see right away. There was like something and then is that thing where people helped me out too. So i always wanted to help other people out and then i would always to this day. I will always recommend you to any industry person. That's like slightly racist..
"guzman" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
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"guzman" Discussed on An American Conversation Podcast
"Welcomes in american conversation. Podcast a podcast about a comedian and to feminists having discussions every week about what the hell's happening in america. Today each week we invite fascinating people and provide interesting news to be hashed out with the understanding that as americans we can agree to disagree. We can laugh hysterically and behave politically incorrect. And still be friends for the next round of debates revelation. Leland and rose are not experts. But helena is and that makes rose unhappy. Listen every week that fly on the wall. Hi welcome back everybody today. We have leland rose and a very special guest. Dr ernie gu's man dr anne. We're going to talk to you today about the covid virus and the vaccine and you promote pediatrician and a pediatric infectious disease specialist. And i work here in a community hospital in east los angeles wonderful and i'm hearing a lot of people freaking out about giving their kids the vaccine so you sound exactly like the right person. I should be talking to. Why is the same amount being given to my ninety pound daughter that she's getting the same amount as a two hundred and twenty pound man that i know of sure there's been a lot of discussions even amongst the pediatric infectious disease groups or groups for everything and that discussions come up. So the dose is that high to begin with and the only time that they're thinking about going into a lower dose of particularly for the baby's six months and above two years in about but teens adults are lumped into the same category. And it's not like it's an overwhelming amount of antigen overwhelm the body. So it's not it doesn't have so. Is it a different amount. For this vaccine that it would be for like a vaccine I'm thinking it just seems like a large amount of something that tin there. The thirty micrograms is not a large amount to begin with so what adults are getting are not very big numbers and comparable to what other vaccines are using for their mounts..
Wife of Drug Kingpin 'El Chapo' Expected to Plead Guilty
"Wife is expected to plead guilty today to helping the drug kingpin run his Mexican cartel. Emma Coronel s bureau, was arrested in February at Dulles Airport near Washington, D. C. She's been charged with helping Joaquin El Chapo Guzman import tons of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and marijuana into this country.
Wife of Notorious Drug Kingpin "El Chapo" Expected to Plead Guilty
"With the update. The wife of El Chapo Guzman will plead guilty here, helping him run his Mexican drug cartel. The update coming from NBC Corona Westboro was arrested in February at Dulles Airport in Virginia near Washington to D. C. She's being charged with helping her husband's drug empire import tons of cocaine, heroin, methamphetamines and
"guzman" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Guzman and many more at the Latin Grammy celeb Celebra a S s Su musica event Sunday evening, Jorge, stop laughing to me that you are special air on Univision. And that will again be on Sunday evening. Leave me alone. Time now. For news about your money with Sully brought you by bail arm Best in the business business Security is Doetsch coin, too risky, Sully guys. It's time to time I Cryptocurrency again. It's all over the news. And this time it's Doetsch coin. You might have seen Saturday Night Live this last weekend in Tesla's CEO Elon Musk actually was talking about Dutch coin. He's long praised the digital token to his 52 million Twitter followers. Here's the deal. If you bought Dodge coined at the beginning of the year, you've enjoyed a massive gain of the last four months. Ah $1000 Dodge coin purchased on January one at a price of less than a cent per coin would be worth $121,052. As of yesterday's clothes. That's again a more than 12,000%. That's significantly more than other cryptocurrencies like Ethereum and Bitcoin. But before you buy does coin in hopes of capitalizing on the gains, it's important to remember that popularity. And reliability don't necessarily go hand in hand, and a lot of people are warning about a bubble potential of Dutch coins. So when it comes to a token like Dutch coin, whose values extremely volatile, don't invest any money that you aren't prepared to lose entirely. And falling a little disappointing jobs gains number this morning Dow Jones as I guess NPR on mixed direction Dow Jones After hitting record highs again the last few days down 16 points right now, 5 34,041 s and P up 8 42 09 NASDAQ Up about 6/10 of a percent. That's about 81 points. 13,007 14 and coming appeared 7 25. I'll tell you what's breaking down the market this morning. Thanks. So he turns out there's hope for a San Diego landmark An O B plus traffic and weather straight ahead for your mom's Day weekend..
El Chapo, the Sinaloa Cartel, and the War on Drugs
"From selling oranges just to buy food to running. A multibillion dollar drug empire l. Chapels tail is one of rags to cocaine dusted riches. El chapo guzman is a name. Most of us have probably heard of the name. Thousands of people have feared chapel took his childhood entrepreneurial spirit and turned it into an international narcotics operation. He expanded his empire with a combination of bribes government manipulation in innovative shipments system and brute force and tear when necessary. He took on a status as a legendary hero to some and as a heartless monster to others l. chapel maintained his control with an iron fist. No secrets got past him. And no one disobeyed his orders. His employees claimed he's omniscient like god. He sees everything as many people found out. Betrayal chapel or any other leader of the ceelo cartel. And you won't survive long. A man who seemed unstoppable with thousands of supporters willing to die for him managed to escape. Da and other law enforcement agencies for decades and escape from prison twice until his desire for a flashy lifestyle and city life led to his eventual and probably final arrest but his drug empire did not end with l. chapels capture. The seen alot of cartel is still alive and well today ran by el chapo zone children and his business partner il mio. The cartels still runs the majority of the drug trade mexico and seemingly will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. There still powerful enough to engage the mexican national guard indirect battle and win what led to el chapo becoming one of the most infamous drug lords in the world. We're gonna look into that today. Also we're going to look into the us war on drugs without it. There would be no el chapo. If narcotics were legal there would be no need to smuggle them into the united states. There would be no illegal narcotics demand for cartels to supply. Why are drugs illegal. Going to look into the history of drugs in us today at one time or another. They were legal. So what changed. What would happen if we made drugs legal again. would there still be cartels. What our country fall into anarchy and despair or would improve
Victims identified in mass killing at Southern California business
"Investigators are releasing the names of victims of the Orange County massacre, police say 28 year old Genevieve Marie goes a 50 year old Louise Tovar, 58 year old. The TC, A soulless Guzman and nine year old Matthew Various were killed in Wednesday's shooting at an office complex on West Lincoln Avenue and Orange. The shooting suspect, Amini Dub. Gonzalez was shot in the head by police and remains at the hospital in critical
Sierra snow pack at 59% as 'drought-like' conditions continue
"Below normal for this time of year. That's important because the snow pack provides about a third of California's annual water supply. Shawn to Guzman, with state Department of Water Resource is says they'll be watching closely to see how much snow melts into rivers and streams and ends up in our reservoir, Orville Is currently at 53% of average, and Lake Shasta, which is California's largest surface water reservoir. Is that 65% of average statewide, California's largest reservoirs are on Lee soaring about half of their total capacity. He has California got more snow and rain this winter, so they're anxious. They're I should say more snow than rain this winter, so they're anxious to see how much snow melts as the weather gets warmer. It's opening night.
All Duke University undergrads must quarantine after recruitment parties
"Lock down to Key university issuing the quarantine order Saturday night for all of its undergrads because of a Corona virus outbreak caused by students who attended recruitment parties. Over the past week. There's been more than 180 positive coronavirus cases 200. Others may have been exposed in a bin order to quarantine. Duke says the undergrads will be forced to stay in place until at least March. 21st and students who live off campus will not be allowed on campus while the mass quarantine is in place, University officials saying anyone who violates the order will face suspension or removal. So Guzman Fox News. Austin
Duke University undergraduates to quarantine after recruitment parties
"Outbreak on a college campus will keep undergraduate students quarantine for at least a week. Duke University says the new infections were fueled by students who attended recruitment parties over the past week. There's been more than 180 positive coronavirus cases. 200 others may have been exposed in have been ordered to quarantine. Duke says the undergrads will be forced to stay in place until at least March. 21st Fox a Su Guzman, the school says anyone who repeatedly violates the order will face suspension or removal.
Duke University under a mandatory schoolwide quarantine amid frat party-linked coronavirus surge
"Ah Corona virus outbreak on a college campus will keep undergraduate students quarantine for at least a week. Duke University says the new infections were fueled by students who attended recruitment parties over the past week. There's been more than 180 positive coronavirus cases. 200. Others may have been exposed in a bin order to quarantine. Duke says the undergrads will be forced to stay in place until at least March, 21st Fox says to Guzman, the school says anyone who repeatedly violates the order will face suspension or
Archeologists find intact ceremonial chariot near Pompeii
"I made your archaeological find in Pompeii. Fox is Sue Guzman reports. An ancient Roman chariot has been on Earth nearly intact in Italy's buried city of Pompeii officials with the ruins announcing Saturday that the four wheel processional carriage Was found parked in the portico of a stable, where the remains of three horses were previously discovered. Archaeologists calling it an exceptional discovery and a unique fi that has no parallel in Italy. Thus far, officials believe chariots such as this one were used for festivities, parades and possibly to carry brides to their new homes. Eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 80 destroyed the ancient city of Pompeii, burying it in volcanic ash in preserving it for more than 2000
Michael Friend Advocates For Diversity In CRISPR
"Can you talk about what that role endangered so as a minority being part of minority coalition. How does that actually would say you're planning. Events are one out of the types of responsibilities. you're kind of involved in shore. What for chris. Carr my role on is on of the committee and really is to help develop strong. And broad foot trenton. Targeted monastic communities by by really joe trying to facilitate interactions with community based organizations to include aftermarket universities. Darkly restore cabrera colleges. Hvac us that had a very long standing history of mistrust to some extent. And so i kind of summit up just to really increase bernardi representation in these conversations around christopher and engagement with a very strong focus on making sure we have diverse forces some of our listeners. Who may not know exactly. What could a split on this. Can you just in a few lines. Dealers about guzman on absolutely or christopher is is an organization that really focused on the compensation crispin and they do it from the perspective where they're not be. The four or guest technology did not pro con but to really have conversations as it relates to this technology in house being utilized many ways and the benefits and risks down a bowl and started out by uc berkeley in conversations. There which later a year after moved to boston and she'll hope these. These conversations are kind of women around the country at really sparing Lotta interests around. Christopher and i can say that they've been very diverse voices after just faded indiscretions discussions. That's a very interesting role in vegas to learn more about your experiences by doing this. Just one question before that. How did you get into you. Know the crisper fields specifically was your background and christopher. How did that come to be that. You are involved in organized crisper con is. It's all started. President obama launch of the precision medicine issue which was pm. I in two thousand fifteen. I was invited to be a part of that much and that pm. I initiative is a multi year multi million on effort that was developed to keach around creating a diverse cohort to trutv by disease treatment for all but that program is currently known as all of us program and so from that launch. I started the minority coalition for position mets. So you're speaking under the bit of audio experiences. As an event organizer being part of that rising committee on crisper con- you had mentioned that when pulling together some event it was really impossible for you to find black researchers in the area. So could you elaborate more on the garden. Status stakes are the neck of diversity that you are seeing in the field. Well just to be honest. You know this is that i think at this point is kinda shameful in subsets. Your article article that you've written highlighting some of top companies in fear. Know as you look at even these compromises need couples this leading the work around crisper. You can see most senior today. Shes clearly the lack of diversity that so evident in these companies. And i think what is sometimes hurtful. Is that in this crisper in some ways to successive crisper. Really an johnny outcome A black disease sickle cell disease which is driving an has driven a lot of interest at of course financial investments. And so i would say at this point. It's not looking very good chance of diversity
Wife Of Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán Arrested On Drug Trafficking Charges
"Wife have notorious drug kingpin. El chapo made her first court appearance today after she was arrested at a dc area airport drug trafficking charges. Let's get more on this now from gotti schwartz. Two years after walking into a federal court support her husband tonight. El chapo wife. Emma cornell is poodle is fighting for her own freedom. Her mugshot taken shortly before her court appearance today via video conference where she was denied. Bond and if convicted could face life in prison the dual use mexican citizen. Who is still married to one of. The world's most notorious drug kingpins now faces conspiracy to distribute cocaine methamphetamine heroin and marijuana into the united states after el chapo whose real name is joaquin guzman went to prison in two thousand fourteen new court documents allege his wife acted as a messenger between the drug lord and his lieutenants associates and sons and when el chapo famously escaped mexican prison using a tunnel court documents. Say she helped orchestrate the plan. What you see in a criminal complaint is the bare bones. There could be more tonight or attorney saying we don't know enough about the case to give clarity to the public adding we'll do what we can get out of this mess. The former beauty queen who married el chapo when she was eighteen was arrested at dulles international airport outside washington. Dc after guzman was extradited to the us in two thousand seventeen than before he was sentenced to life in prison. Evidence is us. Trial showed his wife's involvement in his billion dollar criminal empire an accusation. She's denied donald. Trump was the head of a very very violent and dangerous drug cartel. And it's obvious from the affidavit regarding his wife that she was helping him in almost every respect tonight the kingpin is beauty. Queen forever separated by prison but perhaps destined to share the same fate
Wife of "El Chapo" appears in court over drug trafficking charges
"Headlines and Mexican drug trafficker Joaquin El Chapo Guzman is serving a life sentence in prison and now his wife is facing criminal charges. Women are involved in drug trafficking at really high levels, but historically women are not investigated or charged for these high level
Wife of drug kingpin "El Chapo" ordered to stay in jail
"The wife of an infamous Mexican drug kingpin, has just been ordered to stay in jail for now, after her arrest for drug trafficking. Federal prosecutors accused the former beauty queen of helping her imprisoned husband, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, to keep running his cartel from behind bars and plotting his escape from a Mexican prison. In 2015. He's now serving life at the Supermax prison in
El Chapo's wife, Emma Coronel Aispuro, arrested on drug trafficking charges at Dulles Airport
"U. S. Authorities have arrested the wife of imprisoned Mexican drug Lord El Chapo Guzman, Emma Coronel Ice poodle The wife of Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin El Chapo Guzman was arrested Monday and accused of helping Guzman run his multibillion dollar drug cartel and aiding and his escaped from a Mexican prison in 2015. The 31 year old Coronel was arrested at Dulles International Airport in
Emma Coronel Aispuro, Wife of Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán, Arrested
"And the wife of imprisoned drug Lord El Chapo is due in federal court today. Emma Coronel, the beauty queen wife of Joaquin Guzman faces criminal charges of conspiring with her husband to import cocaine and heroin into the United States and twice conspiring to help al Chapo escaped from a Mexican prison. Court records said she acted as a go between and messenger between Guzman and his lieutenants, associates and sons. Chapo successfully escaped in 2015 when he slipped into a hole beneath the shower, but failed a second time before he was extradited here to the United States, where he was convicted and sentenced to life in
El Chapo’s wife arrested in Virginia on drug charges
"Life of convicted drug king pin one. El Chapo Guzman has been arrested and Justice Department made the announcement that 31 year old Emma Cornel Ice Puro, who was a citizen of both the US and Mexico, was arrested at Dulles International Airport in Virginia on charges related to her alleged involvement in international drug trafficking. I Spiro is charged with conspiracy. Distribute heroin, cocaine and other drugs like marijuana, methamphetamine for unlawful imports into the U. S. Federal officials accused her of assisting and her husband All Chapo's escape from a Mexican prison back in 2015 and escape that involved the construction of an underground tunnel and then, apparently if she allegedly participated this second Planned escape. Two years later, reporter Sharyn Rouget of Fox five in Washington,
Wife Of Drug Kingpin El Chapo Arrested At Washington DC Airport
"The wife of convicted Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin El Chapo Guzman is expected in federal court in Washington today. Emma Coronel s poor Oh was arrested yesterday. In an airport in Virginia. She's charged with helping her husband run his drug empire. She's also accused of helping her husband escaped from a Mexican prison in 2015. He was recaptured and is now serving a life sentence in
"guzman" Discussed on Culinary School Stories
"Or anywhere near anywhere that i know that is so important to have an inclusive respectful workplace. Pete wells just had this huge Article come out recently in the last few weeks about celebrity chefs having the bad behavior. The old chef mentality. And i can't tell you how many people that were responding that article saying now there is better now. This is definitely the chef of the past. The new shots are not like that this is. This is a new era of people that they're respectful. No one needs to yell and throw things and screen. You can be just as effective as saying. This is what i expect. These are my standards and we will move forward or otherwise. We will not move forward together. You end up to doing it to you. They're probably doing it to other people. Not saying they're just perpetuates it and we need to get rid of those people so do say something. It's important to try to fit in embarrassing saying they say somebody supervisor say something to human resources and you stop that right away. Good point so what do you think is the biggest factor for your success. I think i'll use persistence. I feel like that's a positive way of saying that i'm annoying but persistent is into such a key thing. I will never stop bothering people if it's something that i want. If it's great for the company. I worked so hard towards these things you know having the ability to just kind of perseverance and push through and just keep opening the doors for yourself. That will get you everywhere you know. There's many things going on in a restaurant is the Working is the ice machine producing enough ice to the On time the delivery com. Did you order last night. All these things are happening on crazy basis and sometimes managers are not able to step back and say hey. Is this something that i need more of. I mean literally my my first actual practice of inventory was need bothering my. My kitchen manager of outback steakhouse thing. Can i help you with inventory. Can i help you with inventory. You want me to count that for you. You me to go into the freezer because no one likes going in the freezer. If you've ever worked in the industry the freezer is a bad bad place that no one ever wants to be end because it's freezing and everything's like frozen to everything and you have literally move everything to make the accounts for the inventory. The ability to do inventory by guesstimates when it's in the freezer again. That's five boxes. let's go. I'm so happy that we all we use our freezer for impossible. Meet otherwise i would hate it too but i mean i think it's so funny to me that people hate using the freezer Alter the freezer. I have no problem with that. And only if you teach me how to do women's story so literally. I have no issue going above and beyond so that i learned that piece of knowledge. And then we'll von music for the greater good and if you're persistent with a smile it's not annoying now. It took me a few weeks to let him to finally allow like led him. Let me do the ambulatory or to help him. Literally count like. Oh how many oranges we have like. I have done that for you weeks ago. Like what were you thinking along to teach me that but you just were persistent. So let's flip that. What was the biggest mistake you've ever made. And what did you learn from that. So when i was a the first time general manager they said i learned a lot. I ended up being in a less than ideal relationship or from one of the time. They were really bringing me down personally which ended up bringing me down and fight of work. And it's kind of one of the biggest mistakes or failures that i personally feel that i was not able to showcase my one hundred percent when i was working for that person and i look back at the time and i said i'll while i was just dealing with so much i was sober work. That was working like eighty hours a week. It was it was so crazy. I wake up. Go to work by the time. I got out of work. It was closed clothing time out by eleven or twelve. And i go to and come back and it was like literally i was the only manager so i'm sure i was the restaurant manager and i was the only one there to oversee the property so for me. I didn't take care of myself. I and when. I didn't take care of myself. I got burned out and affected my were infected everything around me and that's my own personal failure. I wanted to make sure everyone else was okay. But i wasn't okay but they airlines put on your safety masks first before you help other people because can't help other people without helping yourself i. Yeah that's so true because the past it was always. Let's conserve hours. Let's be crazy and really in the long run. You do a nobody service with that because you know you ended up breaking down yourself so this is seen a change in the industry as well. It's more about self care and take care of yourself and don't work these crazy hours and that when you are working it makes you a better manager a better cook a better server when you have that time to self care. My managers do not work over a certain our ever. I don't do it to them. And if i wouldn't do it for Like if i don't do myself. I will never ask someone else to do it for me. It's so so we still have a long way to go when it comes to self hair in industry the people that know that people tend to turn to drinking or drug when they are not able to seek care of themselves and you know even still in the last few years. We've had a lot of chefs that have you know turned down dark paths. Because they weren't able to take care of themselves and that's something that i work on every day so i'm not saying that i sit down and like bodies once a month is that it's really not how it is but it's like hey if i need to go to the doctor's appointment i'm going to the doctor's appointment if i need to take time. I have an hour and a half between the time that i let my husband offer work for the day to the time that i have to walk into the store. That is my time. So having that use of my time and therefore i'm giving that piece to my managers and their farm. Giving that police to my staff creates a better better community. you know. i'll i try best never to call it my managers on the absolutely hot summer days off. I don't do it. And i think that i think they appreciate it. Have i know that. I would really appreciate it when i was. You know in that position and something that you know. If i have to ask for something later on down the road maybe there are a little bit more willing to help me out when we had the tough situation than if i were to the mean and bearing and make them work sixty seventy hours a week. It's that's not how it is we are we are team and ultimately i can't.
"guzman" Discussed on Culinary School Stories
"You when we. Why don't you tell us about that. Because i know you've left the back of the house at some point and you move more to the front of the house. Sorta kinda general manager overseeing that marketing so maybe that some listeners out data better in culinary school thinking about. But i don't wanna spend all my time in back of the house or being the chef. Where else can i go with this child on your story may inspire them absolutely one thing that i actually love most about my personal experiences that i did go to culinary school. I learned savory side of culinary. I think that that is huge in my repertoire. Anyone looks at my resume and say say wow. She's done at all and actually backup houses. Weirdly enough the hardest things to kind of get into when you are working in the industry a lot of people go to the front of house route very easy talk have have them have a great time but actually learning backup. How stakes time dedication. It took me many years to move out when it was also many years that i actually now appreciate so much because i have that under my belt when i need to talk to the cook's needs to interact with our chef. Anything that i do. I know that i can do it just as good as them. And it actually shows that. I'm a responsible leader. That i'm able to be respected because i walked in the line and i can do everything that they're doing and sometimes better but what's important for me but what's important for me is that i didn't wanna just need stuck in the back of the kitchen i remember. I was working for jeffrey for carry on one of the iron chefs He's pretty well known in your. He was james beard. Finalists done at all. But i was working for him. And i remember doing like new year's eve party. It was three hundred people. And i'm just putting out playful plates of the same thing and i said this is what i wanna do. I find no satisfaction and putting out the same play. Three hundred times ever someone telling me that one plate was maybe not to their liking. Or you know it just doesn't give you instant gratification. So for me. It was like okay. I love this but this is like not exactly if for me. So i started exploring other ways around it at the time i ended up going in helping my friends chefs. Erickson who had haven at the time and now has wallace which is in south. Korea started helping him in the kitchen. I said i'll come and help you out for a little bit. They ended up meeting someone to help with their social media. So i ended up just doing it. Because i had at the time my own blog was about Mea the cook working in the industry in miami and what i learned along the way saw zhang all these different people. I you know stashing. I can't say enough about yes if you have the opportunity and the ability to work For little or no cost just for gaining of knowledge it is so important. I worked for the first pop up in miami that way i worked for an amazing shots right after that i worked for like i said blackberry farm under joseph lynn who has an exceptional shock all that was because i sat there a job. I'll do anything. I wanna learn. And that's very important to learn different styles of cooking and you start to learn about different types of areas in the kitchen and beyond will. Maybe you could explain to the listeners. What is the star because they may not know and how best to get. What did you do to make sure that you were picked. Chosen assange is considered a trial or a trailer they liked to call it whereas essentially you go and you work in a kitchen for what could be an hour. A few hours a half a day of full day. Some people do it for months and basically that's learning about the restaurant. They're learning about youth and people will actually do it as a form of the job interview to see if you have the skills they require with that you gain knowledge of the restaurant. You work under an amazing shop. You can sit under your resume and you're actually. You're helping them in. They're helping you. So that's what astonishes primarily could work for free go to a restaurant saying i'm willing to work for free for a week help our wherever you ne- but at the same time i'm going to get a behind the scenes. Look maybe you know. Pick up some skills learned some things too. So it's a win win. I really walk-ups staff and i say. Let me help you choose any day. Anytime i won't be about thirteen. You heal potatoes. Just give me an opportunity to help you out of what he did. That's what i did for blackberry farm. I went for dinner for my birthday. My parents live in tennessee. Now i went to visit them and they said this is the place. If if you're gonna have your birthday dinner is the place to go. We go. And i look and i said well. Let's places amazing. They like have their own truffles and dogs. I go get their truffles and may have A greenhouse that has all of their release. And i said this is. I want to work here and so i actually ended up knowing that i was going there for my birthday so i literally brought up my knife role which is like the bag with all of your knives and i literally brought it with me and i thought i was going to get stopped by. Tsa brought my knife role. And i literally said this is going to happen whether we like it or not and i actually during the birthday dinner i saw the shop jets finding my walked up to him and i said i would love. I have two more days here. These give me an opportunity. I brought everything with me. You don't even have to ask her anything. I will do whatever it takes. The field work the damage she goes. How about tomorrow. And i said tomorrow so i literally went the next day. And you'll see all these amazing restaurants that do you think of that. You're like oh this is the unattainable but why not local say now and then you go on and you try someone else so it was so cool to me because i actually we were out of. Let's say spinach or something. And i said oh. Did you guys order to spinach. And she goes no come with me and we literally got in a golf cart and drove out a mile and pick the spinach out of the ground and brought it back for the. Yeah so you can't get much better than that people don't realize we're in the hospitality business so when you go to a shafie you're going to approach someone or general manager the owner. We're in the hospitality because we want to help those. That are coming behind us. That are just getting into this. Career are interested in what we're doing we wanna share we want to be about. That is a great great way to do that. You don't have to be fearful as you mentioned worst-case they say no you try another place absolutely and seriously please. Email me ask me questions. I love teaching people. It is one of my passions is to actually train. My staff teach other people about the industry. I seriously love it. Because i wasn't always given that opportunity and i had to kind of bus through the doors and not at the end of the day. I am a woman in the industry and which is foreign view. And i've i've been able to push my way up to the top echelon of upper management which is super not easy. I will tell you that especially in a male dominated world but you can do it without having to go through all the rigmarole. There's definitely people out there that are willing to help. And and make your experience what it needs to be in order to get our industry like a front and that's a great offer because it's been a thread that's kind of you know all throughout this podcast. Every guest i have on is always offering themselves help mentorship to any of the listeners. Out there so is there a way that they can contact user is some type of social media where they can get in touch with you. Yeah absolutely so. My instagram handle is christine m underscore. Mia you can me there. You can email me at christine. At key's tacos dot com. That is my email for the business. Feel free to reach out. You know you never know at the end of the you did say very well. We are impossible talapity and my happiness. Make other people happy so if.
"guzman" Discussed on Culinary School Stories
"I would now like to introduce today's guest chef christine guzman martinez christina. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. Oh sorry did. I say christina. Is it christine. it's okay. We're in miami this. I get that all the time to say. I can say christine anything. After chris i basically answered so it doesn't bother me at all. Don't worry you go okay. Perfect would like to start off by asking how you found culinary arts you know. How did you get into this crib. Because see from your bio that you. I started out in business school so where along that path. Did you have that revelation. Was it in school was before you were in school that you decided to make the switch to culinary in culinary school so i always wanted to father while my father who was in business. He was working Her sprint at the time he was one of their executives and i thought it was so cool that you know making all these business moves and i went to fau for about a year. And a half. I started my undergraduate. And i absolutely hated it. I used to be very very good. School is very easy. And then. When i went into. Fau it was the passing the ship in the night I had a really tough time. Just kind of learning to cope with this huge school. Where i came from a small private school in miami so i had a small fish in two big ponds and it was. It was a lot for me. And i decided that this is just not for me. I don't believe That schooling for business is really something that you need to have business to me is a thing that you just. Have you know how to interact with people how to negotiate. Things are just things that kind of either know or don't know how to do along those lines. I stopped going to you. I was like what am i gonna do with my life and my grandmother who was a huge influence on me sets new. One day she goes. I wish if i had any dream you know. I didn't have all these resources back. Then but one of the things i love that you know cooking just brings people together and it brings so much happiness in you know. You've seen everybody in our family how much we love food and how much it's it's such a pool together. A families and i started looking up culinary school's obviously there's plenty to choose from when i was going to swell i that parents leave. Go to school or need help. I really wanna go to johnson and wales she. My mother said to me. We've already tried this once. I don't know if we do. I see that the actual average salary for It's really low. Are you sure this is really what you want. And i said yes please than what i wanna do. The she told me only on one condition you go and get a job in the industry and working as a cook for a year. And if you do that then we will help you and support you into going into winners from there. I had like fifty applications. That i tried so hard to get into you know knocked on everyone's door and it's just like girl with no experience trying to get a job in a kitchen and people are like yeah right. I'm not gonna give her an opportunity. I ended up going to an outback steakhouse randomly one day and i had an f. i. You shirt on and the proprietor. There told me. Hey since you haven't shared on that was my alma mater. I'll give you a shot. And i literally told him. I said i'll i'll pay you. I'll do whatever. I'll cook clean dishes like just give me an opportunity and i actually so appreciate his willingness to kind of give this girl shot because you know now. He's a partner for bully which is a a really popular restaurant. Chain down here. And i clawed the luca i give you all of the props in the world because you gave me my first start into culinary world thumb was really might start of my my passwords going to culinary school. So that's great so you think they let you into The outback or they hired you because of the shirt then it wasn't because of your resume spirit analogy one thousand percent and i said we've all i'll do anything i will like. I said i'll clean dishes. And they just gave me the opportunity. And i started as a as a prep cook for them. Working super early warnings cleaning shrimp Cleaning salad making the baked potatoes making the famous ranch sauce that everyone knows about so. It was a different labor of love and back. Then i don't know how back is now. But they made everything in house crew time salad dressings. We cut the actual meat ourselves. It was really labor intensive. And i actually learned an incredible amount about that situation. You know use later on in my life so that was enough to convince the parents to let you go to culinary school right. It was like okay. She's proven concept here. She's she's dedicated. We're going to let you go. So how did you pick. Johnson and wales in miami location. You're already in. Miami is close you or did you look at other schools. Yes the six months later. I finally said listen like back what i wanna do. I had gotten on the lineup point. I was working on garmon shea and the fry station. I think i was learning how to compensate for the time and i said mom. I know this is what i want. I love this industry. And i started looking for locations down in miami because obviously cia at the time was like but place to be but it was. It was very expensive. It was something that. I didn't know if i wanted to take that risk of moving up to new york. I think i had a boyfriend at the time or something like. Let's stay put in miami. So between that you had a johnson wales and you had the cord on blue. I ended up choosing johnson. And wales. Because i felt like they had a better reputation at the time. Being miami girl hyde park new york might have been a little cold in the winter Our little chilly so you started. What was your thinking your their first day. You're you're showing up. What what's the process like tae. Tell the listeners. What happens. I guess they give you your equipment. They give you have your schedule. You're going off to labs Everybody's probably excited nervous. What we should i laugh. Tell us about day one right. I think either the day before the day of came up your knives. You got your big thick book of all the foundational recipes. And what have you there I picked up everything. They gave us a uniform. They get. I mean so many things. I'm used to private school where you hop wear a you know a press shirt and shorts and do the whole thing. This was on a whole 'nother level. You have the pants and the shoes and socks a certain way and your little handkerchief or whatever the way and you need to have a little piece that goes on the handkerchief a certain way and you have the hat and everything needs to be pressed and do you have a thermometer and do you have the and for someone who has battled with a longstanding diagnosis of ad. This is the challenge of a lifetime to get all these things in one place at one time so it definitely was a learning curve for but my first class was faking pastry with Chef laura's which. I really enjoyed having him as one of my first teachers but very quickly taught me that baking and pastry is not my number one. So the culinary students culinary degree culinary students have to take a couple of front of a house in a couple of baking and pastry type courses whereas if you there for baking and pastry you. Don't they don't necessarily get the culinary classes the storeroom of some of those other ones. So you would just doing it as a culinary student. Yes.
"guzman" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"News Run down. I'm Sue Guzman, the center preparing for the second impeachment trial of former President Trump Today boxes Mike Emanuel with what to expect. The second impeachment trial is expected to begin with debate over whether it's even constitutional and then a simple majority vote, then 16 hours for House managers to make their case. 16 hours for the president's defense. The Trump legal team writing in a brief trial is going to be political theater, blaming Nancy Pelosi quote. The speaker of the House and her allies have tried to callously harness the chaos of the moment for their own political gain. The House will establish a trial that President Trump merits conviction and disqualification toe hold and enjoy any Office of honor. Trust or profit under the United States, and the trial could be extended for a longer period of time. If impeachment managers decide to call witnesses President Biden focusing on some business today, ranging from vaccine distribution to the Congressional Budget Office is new report. Finds his proposed $15 an hour minimum wage would reduce poverty but cost jobs and increase the deficit. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, noting the push by some in his party to reduce the number of people eligible for direct stimulus payments took to Twitter, calling the idea unbelievable working class people who got checks from Trump would not get them from Biden. Brilliant. This is the Congressional Budget Office released its report suggesting that raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2025 would balloon the deficit by fifth. $84 billion by 2031 would put 1.4 million Americans out of work with the CBO, adding young, less educated people would account for a disproportionate share of those reductions and employment. Kevin CORKE Chicago Teachers expected to vote today on a proposed deal that could result in a return to in classroom instruction. The teachers have refused to return to the classroom over coronavirus safety concerns. If approved, students could return to class on Thursday, and we're expected to learn the probable cause behind the helicopter crash that took the life of an MBA icon. Details from Fox is Matt Napolitano. The National Transportation Safety Board is likely to make recommendations to prevent future helicopter crashes today as they reveal what was to blame for the 2020 helicopter crash in California that took the lives of all nine people on board, including L, A Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant and his 13 year old daughter, Johanna. Several lawsuits at the federal and state levels have emerged from this wreck with the NTSB previously pointed to this being an accident with no signs of mechanical failure. Investigators have pointed to pilot Ariza buying becoming disoriented and foggy conditions through the mountainous terrain. Matt Napolitano,.
"guzman" Discussed on Hustleshare
"I yep still. That went really well absolutely okay last couple of questions before we take our first week For your first mentors in your in your advertising life window that in were those things that they taught you that really stuck with utah. Now so mentors. I have a whole list of men to really talk about my i. It's been a long time. i couldn't pin it down. I still talk like now. A days. I would say if i link them Like the first batch that will be Henry from bates and So he is a very very diverse or he's a very openminded person. I think the mentorship e he taught me was always work fearless. Free and you know. Do look at the pros and cons carefully. Do do you know. Try to be when you do something. Try to be able to own on it and then you know grow at your own speed at the same time you know. Do with what you're comfortable with. So i think that's the thing he taught me was tried to be open minded and built the confidence within yourself dot. That's amazing all right now. Let's take our first break and become. Let's talk about not you'll mama more. We're going to talk about go day. We'll talk about that more after the break. Hey hustlers i know how difficult it is to hustle now and make ends meet during this pandemic. It's really not easy no matter how hard we tried. There's still no guarantees especially in this type of economic climate however even though that is the case it's still the best time to spot new opportunities. We can take advantage of to earn extra bucks on sign now. We always talk about investing in building multiple sources of income in this podcast in the world. Economy has gone read. The crypto market has been steadily growing. Now luckily our friends at be. Twenty-one dot i o. Want to help you build your wealth and make it easier for you to invest in crypto currencies by just using your bank account credit card or debit card. Now all you have to do is just visit. Be twenty one dot is slash hustle share and get two dollars on us to start your trip though journey again. That's be twenty one dot is slash share. So you can get their money to hustle for you without you doing anything all right now. Let's get back to and we're marie. Were still with tita shave and up curl goose with a cameo. The winner of project goes. We'll talk about that later in a bit on how what that was like because again. It's not easy really winning these types of contests. I empathize with you a little bit. Because i did a similar show. I'm not going to need me. It's considered probably gonna kill me. What i what. I went to a reality show as well. Sounds like the minal mitch. It's called the minor hitch but it's not the sounds like we all. I also one that but again. It's not easy going through cutthroat and again competitive going there. But let's talk about that all right now for you going back to tina so you've been in advertising and i've seen a lot of people again make it really. It's sometimes it's really hard for them to leave advertising. Because if you're really good they pay you really well right. And it's you you stay there because it's very come pillow. The perks are nice. Or go to the client side. When i wear. Now it's it's it's a whole new ballgame and you're you're representing but i wanna understand i. How do you get into the go daddy opportunity because this is a very very illustrious company and again they run domains and the the the the lifeblood of any sort of any business. That's digitally empowered is don't mean nimes. How did he get in. Go daddy out I was attracted to go daddy because of its company mission. It's it's they had such a good mention of empowering every to of champion champion Everyday enterpreneurs so. I think at some stage like advertising people eventually started something like a either a saturday side hustle. Or you know. Open their own creative agency or do some sort of freelancing photography some people like do whole bunch of different things so I was attracted to go daddy for the the missions that they were trying to do and by i got an email. You know saying all their job. Are you interested. I was like okay. Now open minded. Let's go for it. And then. Fortunately i got the job amazing. Yeah what was the biggest adjustment that you had to because again coming from the planning side of an agency if you still know the dynamics british there's a big change in adaptation you did what was the biggest thing you had to Change up being really to me. I think it's pretty much. The the saying like people still within that the join forces partly show strongly at work. You experienced this before they acting over the place that my guidance. He's basing manila. Now i'm working remotely parallel. Never met in person. I save fifteen i like. I know her very long time. Yeah have so. I think your employees that often pandemic profs. That's not right. But i have a question when you came in. Of course go. Daddy is a market leader in domain. But you have cutthroat competition or strategies you had to come in to maintain that marketing thing is when the thing would first. Movers and leaders right. The target is on your back. Twenty four seven and everybody's trying to try to bring you down and eat up that market share and whatever that's hard and some people lose that edge especially for asylum entrepreneurs and startups for you. What those things that you made. Sure that at least in asia you.
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"But that are hustles are very much alike. Now here's your host ron. Stir the on. What the latest episode of the podcast. We have been hustling and borderline stalking these two people for the longest time because i've been watching. Tv pandemic happy when you're bored you. You can really watch things that you prefer and for me as an entrepreneur. I gravitate towards shows about entrepreneurship. Came across this show called project which happens to be my favorite one of my favorite web products. Go down but before. Let's welcome to the show. The marketing director of go daddy asia miss teen mom. Welcome again. she's not a low about a show right and we her herbie. He has someone who is also a champion and also. Let's welcome to the show. Miss pearl dig was mine off stabs. Oh wow there you go another feeling you're listening to this and Pearl welcome to hustle share. Hello thank you for biting are still be part of this absolutely. I've been wanting to have you on the show. The go daddy user. Okay before i get carried away i to ask you the million dollar question. Tina what's your hustle. my hustle. Now think that it's about every day interpretor At the site line. I'm also the go-to person among my friends for their started. Their passion so ranges from They tear center. Who friend is opened. One and endured design People companies south cafes golf club sellers creative agencies Some people tapping to fashion type of business selling baby clothes. So i'm being as they job. Yes it's all about empowering every dandruff poor on the state lines. I do have a group of friends you know who i know for a long time. Starting their own thing and you know i'm the go to person happy to be part of everybody's needs journey to creators listening and get started and experience knowing you run like yourself example of every dan nor thank you exactly and again if there's there's more resource and i'm not being paid for this by the way i just really loved the product by the way because go daddy again. Let me just backtrack and tell you. Also my experience so this is my third startup now and since no not not the first domain the i mean every block was just list dot beach. I didn't know. Alyssa told greenhorn. I bought that from the local provider. And i still regret it now and then the next one. I bought all the domains i what ever since was from go daddy already and Start up my first startup field. My second startup got acquired and predominantly white got acquired so check dot ph. I was lucky to be able to buy that domain and your daddy right. After mark zuckerberg announced that there's chat bots now on facebook in one of the biggest reasons. Why adel al is. Because i got diorite domain. There you go and again. That's why i wouldn't ever since i've been wide buying crazy domains and my go daddy accounts which shared to do to the call so again mad props before anything else i need you guys to buckle up so pearl. I need you to go to the backseat. Your we'll get back to you in a bit because we're gonna have to ride the.