35 Burst results for "Hector"
The Underdogs Who Outraced the Nazis
"The year is nineteen thirty to rally racer lucy o'reilly shell her husband and co-pilot laurie fellow ralliers hector petite and shock marciniak a reporter for the parisian leisure. No have just left sundsvall in their black bugatti t four four making their way to the monte carlo rally starting line sweden blurry quickly pilots the car through the thick arctic fog cautiously aware of the four inch thick lack ice below them. Suddenly the tire chains failed to catch the body as it veers and then glides into the air about take flight before anyone in the car can even scream the bugatti snacks forcefully into a snowbank florian lucy make sure their passengers are uninjured and then address the real issue. The team needs to make it to a man before the rally is set to begin or they won't be permitted to compete. Lucy shell the five foot four norm defying rally driver. This is not a face shield. Allow her car mates to entertain long. Lucy sends hector jacques off to look for a nearby farmhouse for health. Then she and lori begin to desperately hacked the snow with their picks and shovels. It is one o'clock in the morning. Thirty below zero and they're stuck in the middle of a pine forest at least ten miles from the nearest village. Though the to realize their seemingly insurmountable odds the shells need to free their body and continue to rally as planned the show of nasty turn out to be routine for lucy riley show the sports car driving heiress though later. Put together a team of unlikely heroes to beat hitler. At one of his favourite games motor sport
Phillies pitchers dominate again, sweep Braves on Bohm hit
"Alan Alan poems poems RBI RBI single single in in the the bottom bottom of of the the eighth eighth inning inning enabled enabled the the Phillies Phillies to to complete complete a a three three game game sweep sweep of of the the Braves Braves with with a a two two one one win win the the Phillies Phillies the the color color of of the the leaves leaves in in the the bottom bottom of of the the second second inning inning on on a a solo solo home home run run by by Andrew Andrew Knapp Knapp Atlanta Atlanta tied tied the the game game in in the the top top of of the the seventh seventh when when Travis Travis d'arnaud d'arnaud hit hit his his first first Homer Homer of of the the season season Jose Jose Alvarado Alvarado picked picked up up the the win win in in relief relief Hector Hector Neris Neris notched notched his his first first save save of of the the season season Michael Michael Luongo Luongo Philadelphia Philadelphia
Man sentenced after trying to kill woman aboard Royal Caribbean cruise out of Galveston
"A north dakota man will spend time in federal prison for trying to strangle the woman. He was dating on board a cruise ship. Hector bronco was sentenced to three years in federal prison for the two thousand eighteen attack aboard royal caribbeans liberty of the seas cruise ship blanco admitted in his play that he tried to strangle the woman in their cruise ship cabin but she was able to escape at that point in their journey. The ship was about forty five miles off the coast of galveston texas in the gulf of mexico. The fbi special agent in charge who investigated the crime said during the sentencing that broncos violent actions turned dream vacation into a dreadful nightmare for the
Huge blaze rages at northern New Jersey recycling plant
"I'm Julie Walker a massive firing also New Jersey recycling plant overnight and continues to burn with fire fighters trying to battle the blaze in freezing weather the Atlantic coast fibers plant in Pacific is completely destroyed his mayor Hector Lora who witnessed a truck exploded in front of him everything you're liable for what we consider that a lot of the vehicles in operatic you diesel fuel or gasoline all the items with the cardboard plastic and they're they're just all very conducive for the fire to continue spreading his as firefighters will be there for days and the weather isn't helping the situation immediately when the water comes out of the read the officials say they were slipping falls and frostbite injuries to firefighters the cause of the blaze is still under investigation I'm Judy Walker
Hundreds Of Firefighters Respond To Recycling Plant Fire In Passaic, NJ, New York
"Massive fire continues to rage after breaking out at a recycling plant in New Jersey overnight. Forcing firefighters to battle the flames and the bitter cold. The 11 alarm blaze ignited just before midnight at Atlantic Coast Fibers on Seventh Street in Passaic Officials say there were at least two explosions overnight, and firefighters from more than 20 departments were still battling the flames Saturday morning with temperatures in the teens Passaic Mayor Hector Laura says one firefighter was taken to the hospital while others are being treated at the scene for exhaustion. Laura says there is concerned the fire may spread, and it could take days to extinguish the blaze. Atlantic coast fibers is a family owned a business that offers a range of recycling services. Because of the fire is under investigation.
A Mexican Belonging
"I get really excited when i have former contributors go and do great things and i wouldn't say this guesses a former contributor because i think we've had some of his writings within the last year. He's in dallas. Do you want to say hello to everyone. Say who you are. hello. I'm on scientists. I'm a professor of history. I was hoping you weren't saying former rebels. I'm still writing for you. Guys i totally was like former not. You still contribute. So you are a professor history. At mountain view college in dallas. You are the author of homeland which is an intellectual study of ethnic mexican belonging. Since one thousand nine hundred. How geeky is that it is. It is pretty geeky but i think it can be interesting. Sometimes i've i've made some revisions to try to get folks to read it all right now. Listen let's get a couple of things out of the way. You are a contributor to latino rebels. You have written for latino usa. I've known you at least online for like who five six years. You've written some great pieces. You have the best twitter handle ever first world chicano. And you really touched me. When i read the introduction of acknowledgments your family raises you right like you thanked everyone and then you thanked me so i wanna thank you for thanking me in your book. It was a nice little surprise. No i definitely wanted to shout you. Julio and hector out hector salamo. Who was a deputy editor for latino rebels. Yeah i heard. You're going to be on the latin ish podcast so i'm already plugging latin is for him. Yeah shamelessly fell promoted. Yup but i had gotten out of graduate school. You know it kind of is now. And i just didn't know what i wanted to do. Things are tough. I wasn't ready to go back to revision. And then i started writing. And you guys didn't care if i came out of harvard or northwesterners something. Oh hell no yeah you can write come right for us and i was like okay and yeah tell us over miami of how powerful writing can be and also helped me as a writer because i stripped a lot of the academic jargon stuff out of this book is an editor publisher before you talk about the book that makes me super happy because when you started pitching me and pitching hector and then. That was one of the things that i told you. It's like just don't be an academic. Bu and you wrote some fantastic pieces and you've also written an amazing book. It's really really accessible and it speaks to. I think a theme that i wouldn't say it's controversial but it is. How do you begin to frame your experiences for this book that drew you to documenting like ethnic mexican and chicano history in this way like what drove you when you write a book you kind of write about yourself even if it is a history and so a lot of became out of family history personal experiences and and one of my favorite stories that i heard growing up was my mom and her family. They've migrated from quiet and they moved help. Paso anna late sixty s in my grandfather used to pick up my mom when she was a little girl and he used to tell her. I heat the mood noblet glass near less by your picking her up and says oh my little girl. You know you're going to be. You're gonna be without a voice because you don't speak english or spanish and that's and to worry about his family gonna belong right. Did he make the right choice into. It was kind of rooted in a family story like that. My dad used to joke. Us from el paso's well used to joke. He didn't know he was mexican till they join the airforce right because they'll pass everyone's mexican mexican americans everyone's the same and then he goes off to the air force. Suddenly he's different. Wow yeah that's a really good way of looking at it. These family stories. You know you get the then growing up to right when i write about the us in the chest these mexicans who have lost their mexican answer. These wannabe americans right. That kind of touched home of folks as you know like you're a little bit of a virtual not there those feelings the wondering about belonging which again i don't think are isolated just to me. I think that's why i've gotten a few tweets folks like. Hey my family this. Yeah this is my story. This is my family. Yeah and so. That's where the idea about belonging came out of end. I thought a lot of different areas right Politics and poetry and so belonging with the concept with an idea but let me look at all the things that i actually want to look at right. 'cause i i like reading poetry like reading literature. I also like politics and policy. This concept helped me look at all those things. And i think kind of unique way yes so talking about belonging. It's probably not the same experience. But it kind of is from puerto rican perspective. Where i kind of say like you know people that live on the island versus people that live on i asked. There's always been that tension. And i was born and raised in puerto rico but now i live in the mainland. So i'm not seen as like purely puerto rican so when you talk about the divide in the early nineteen hundreds that emerged between ethnic mexicans in the us in us. Born mexicans like you mentioned the which was in the you know that type of idea. How has that evolved throughout the years. And what is your book touch upon in that case. That's really interesting with you. Be boring and then your kid. They're gonna i
How those $600 checks are being spent
"We turn now to the gains to be had from those six hundred dollar relief checks. That started going out a couple of weeks ago and when we might expect to start seeing them show up in this economy. Marketplace's merrill cigars been talking to some people about how they are spending or not spending that money. When austin flannery in greenville south carolina got his six hundred dollar check he decided to splurge i on a barbecue dinner with his girlfriend. Brisket beans potato salad iced tea. But meals like seventy bucks then on some clothes like a fifty dollar pair of pants. Then he saw painting at a local store of some french actor from the eighteen hundreds. Who's all dressed up and smoking. A pipe bought that too. And then i went home and i was like man. He needs to be tattooed on me. He looked so elegant. So i got a tattoo of them on his forearm. Another four hundred bucks. When flannery got the first check. In this spring. He used it to pay off medical bills but he had just lost his job. An insurance company since then. He's gotten a new job luckily enough. I'm gonna financial place right now. Where i could afford to have a little bit of fun so i did. One reason. the government is sending out. Checks is so that people like flannery will spend money another is economic relief. I heard from people. Today who used the money to pay for necessities like rent heating oil in san diego catherine alinsky. Her husband got twelve hundred dollars. Some of that went toward just still trying to survive specifically gas and electric. They saved the rest alinsky. A hairstylist and her salon is currently shutdown. Honestly who knows what twenty twenty one is gonna look like for work for me and we always just want to be more prepared than less. A lot of people are using the money to set themselves up financially. Like hector enrico in chicago. Me and my fiancee. We plan to buy a house soon. So definitely trying to pay off debt to No build a credit get a better interest rate on the mortgage and he's using some of the money to buy raffle prizes for his students. He teaches phys ed at a pre k. Through eight public school. I like to give out little pedometers. I get them at like target sometimes. Thirty twenty bucks Jump ropes at the dollar store. One thing i heard over and over a lot of people are giving a portion of their check away. Two neighbors family members and charities like food banks. I'm maryelle tara for marketplace
Washington DC - Maryland police officer shot, homicide suspect dead
"Hour of police officers shot while trying to arrest a murder suspect Now this morning hospitalized in the suspect is dead. This all happened in the three o'clock hour Tuesday afternoon this week in Laurel, a chase and so with the gun battle Only police chief Marcus Jones is his officers were in Laurel as part of the U. S Marshals Task Force. The shootout that left a suspect dead happened in the area of Miracle crowed into Mount Pleasant Drive. The man was wanted in a Jacksonville, Florida murder from Monday night. It's hard anytime you hear the police officer has been shot Prince George's County interim police chief, Hector for less You think about the officer. You think about that officer's family. You think about is his or her
Washington, DC - Prince George’s County officer shoots man at liquor store
"Police officer shot and wounded a man in the liquor store on New Hampshire Avenue in Langley Park last night. The incident began when the man entered the story began arguing with people inside. The officer who was working in the store. In a part time capacity ordered the man believe which He did only to come back with a knife. The officer drew his handgun and started ordering the individual to drop the night. Instead, the individual charged at the officer which resulted in the officers, discharging his firearm and striking the individual interim Prince George's County Police chief Hector Valez says he's confident the investigation will show the officer acted appropriately. The man's in the hospital in stable condition. Nearly
Washington, DC - Two People Are Dead In Police Involved Shooting In Maryland
"This morning between a suspect and Prince George's County police. Two people dead, including the suspect, interim police chief Hector Valez, telling reporters near the scene just moments ago. The shooting happened in Lanham, about one this morning at Shawn's terrorist after police responded for us, too, a suicidal person, possibly armed with a gun. Preliminary reports suggest. When the officers first arrived, the man shot at officers they returned fire. A female relative also died at the scene. We will keep you updated. As this investigation unfolds, the two police officers involved have been placed on administrative leave, according to the chief. U S Attorney General
Boston - Massachusetts Starts Renumbering Highway Exit Signs
"The work is underway to re number the highway exit signs across Massachusetts crews working along Route 1 40 in Taunton and New Bedford last night into this morning. And these new signs will be based on mileage, which transportation officials say it will make it easier for drivers and emergency response vehicles to calculate distances. The timeline for the entire project is not finalized, but they plan to work on routes 95 25 next, The old signs will stay up. Next to the new ones for two years to allow us to adjust. A suspect is now in custody after police say he used to climbing harness toe hang over the side of Chicago's Trump Tower through the night after 13 hours of negotiations, negotiator Hector Matteo's says Sometimes
California GOP won't comply with cease-and-desist order
"California Secretary of State Alex Padilla is issuing a cease and desist letter to the state's Republican Party over unofficial ballot drop boxes. The party admits it's set up in several counties. Is ABC is Alex Stone tells us the fight may be heading to a courtroom. California's ordering that the unofficial ballot drop boxes be removed. Democrats argued its voter suppression to create confusion over which drop boxes or official Hector Barajas with California GOP says Democrats voted to allow ballot harvesting collecting ballots on behalf of somebody else. And that that's all they're doing. You have a choice. We could either one and complain about the election results later. Or we could get smart and figure out the rules and figure out the chessboard that they laid out before. The California GOP says the boxes will stay and that Maura will be
California GOP won't comply with cease-and-desist order
"Secretary of State Alex Padilla is issuing a cease and desist letter to the state's Republican Party over unofficial ballot drop boxes. The party admits it's set up in several counties. Is ABC is Alex Stone tells us the fight may be heading to a courtroom. California is ordering that the unofficial ballot drop boxes be removed. Democrats argued its voter suppression to create confusion over which drop boxes or official Hector Barajas with California GOP says Democrats voted to allow ballot harvesting collecting ballots on behalf of somebody else. And that that's all they're doing. You have a choice. We could either one and complain about the election results later. Or we could get smart and figure out the rules and figure out the chessboard that they laid out before. The California GOP says the boxes will stay and that Maura will be added. Alex Stone. ABC NEWS LOS
H3cz to reacquire OpTic Gaming from Immortals Gaming Group
"All right. Let's get into the last word on the street, which is a big one here, and it's all really been all but confirmed. I think it's safe to say, but we just can't officially confirm it is that heck's is buying back optic. Somehow some way. And so finally, the memo of not heck's his optic is actually heck's his optic once more a lot to unpack here. And like I said, this is where the details artificially out yet. So I guess we kind of talk and speculation. That being said friendly reminder it is now nine. Oh, seven PM. October. Fourth Sunday night by the time we finish this. This is the Secret of the trade here we're going to students spend time speculating what this means. By the time we wake up tomorrow all the news and everything will be broken out exactly what it means. That's how that works we spent, and that's what's not surprised. If we hear right after this like one hundred percent confirmation that it's all happened but we know it I mean we we know what's happening. Like we feel pretty confident that this is all going through reportedly already acquired. Often. Gaming immortals brings it back to himself. Now a lot Tim's has lots unpacked. The big thing here is Hector's co-ceo currently energy for those that don't know right he already has a CD. All, slot. With. Being the Chicago Hint Huntsman this would give him a second slot, which reportedly he would have to sell off, and so that starts a whole nother conversation but but this would give him full ownership back of the brand. The content, the brand bringing back the Green Wall I think. This is massive like I. Really a I'd be thrilled for the guy because as much as we you know knock on Hammond and it's fun to do in that sense. The way I feel like the way we do it it's all fun and Games right like. This would be really cool like this would be. I'M NOT GONNA say this list the curse because I curse will follow there is one thing and one thing only that will lift the curse and that if if heck's is brave enough to show his face on this show Reached out to them to even talk about this, we've reached out to heck's multiple times. Said, he'd come on the show. He said he would come on the show news, and then as soon as you start trying to pin a detail in a time, he'll ghost you. It's happened multiple times hence, why the? Yes have hence why the curse is on facts and the only way to lift that cursed tax because I know you're listening is to come on the show and just talk you'd have to apologize even though you probably want to you don't have to. Imagine this dude right now like imagine the cloud nine that he is on. Tim If this all goes down the way we think it's going to go down right? Like he's probably you. Obviously I. Think he stays with energy in the sense in the co- CEO role especially if he has to sell off. The CD L. Spot but to have that branding back for him, I think would really like mean everything in terms for this guy like I do believe he truly one hundred percent regrets letting go about Dick like and I I, think this would kind of confirmed that right that he obviously does regret that decision especially the way it all happened with optic. Jay and all the nonsense like never he never let it go. He never never let they went off to war they broke up they were like dude were breaking up with you I'm going to war It's like I have other girlfriends here like it's over and hacks was like I'm not giving up on you and now they're all home. It's like the notebook. This is heck's and optic is now the notebook and were just in that phase where we're Noah built the home you know heck's built the home and he now the now they're back. I do wish he took back over the optic brand from the CDL perspective though so I, know that's not going to happen because of scum like team that's what's holding it up in. Yeah. Not now him and Andy Miller best dudes I think they're best friends that anyone has ever had and I agree with that. But if the players that Chicago had weren't those players, I truly believe heck's would say, Hey, thank you so much energy for everything you've done I'm this is this is my this is my baby and I got it. You got to choose your baby over you know whatever. So I I one, hundred percent believe in my heart that if it weren't for the players on that team, which is heck's his players. He would go over and just outright own optic in the CDL spot severing ties from Chicago but there's no way you could do that to those players that takes a little bit away from like. The enthusiasm I have for the deal altogether. Yeah. Right to not see that involved in in call of duty obviously because if they sell the brand has gone then from caller duty like older yet. You can't have. You can't have optic branding in cod league than optic content creation branding outside of it while having nothing to do with each other. Yeah like. Owners of spots. You know that's that's the the biggest challenge in. So it will be a little unfortunate that you just you don't see them in cod anymore but there's opens up other opportunities tim like this opens up a whole nother slew of rumours
Brazil wildfires destroy two million hectares of forest
"To Brazil for the next one, where fires have been raging. In the Pantanal region off the country since April. This is the walls largest tropical wetlands area. But the forest fires which have been raging there have destroyed more than two million. Hector's Are not. This piece is the founder of a Brazilian organization called the Institute for Conservation of Wild Animals, He says the situation is critical. The Pantanal has, you know a great diversity of fun and flora 22% of the Pantanal has been turned into ashes, and that means that the wildlife and the cattle Has been heavily impacted. You know, we talk about the impact some by diversity, but it has a huge impact. Of course on the people who live in the Pantanal, Andi live and work there who have lost their livelihood. The pasture which will feed their cows. And for biodiversity. Of course, it's tragic because you know, the Pantanal has the highest concentration of so many species. There is Mortals. All three areas without our famous for the best sightings of Jaguars have been completely burnt and so it's very, very tragic. What's happening to the wildlife and they do not have time to escape. And when they escaped their feet get burned, and they'll get sever, severely injured and just to give you an idea of just how about things are Brazil's national space for such agency says the number of forest fires there has almost troubled compared to the same period last year. Campolo Marital is a forest engineer and deforestation researcher of environmental group Amazon every year until now has our wet season in the dry season. But these regions become drier, and this year is a record in six years when you combine days with people setting fires, too. Clear land for pastor. Then you have these men made activity and then the climate situation When you look at these figures, a 6 to 1% rising to fires. In the rainforest. Wouldn't we deduce from that? A Sfar as the forests go san. What does it tell us about the forest? Indicates off the Amazon. If I'm mostly associating with deforestation for the Rangers, for example, they cook the forest and then they set fire to clear the land. So most of the first station is associate with they're clearing off the land for planting grass is for pasture. Then some of these air the fries escapes to other areas, including What we call degraded forest. The cut a portion of the trees just to have the team but not too clear. Cut all the area, but by doing so they degrade the forest in that area becomes more prone to fire. So it is obviously a recurring problem. How do you address that, while taking care of their needful posture on all the other elements that might cause The degradation that would result in the fire. You know, The first thing is to stop deforestation, and some people may say where we need more land to increase the production. But that's not true because we already have here. There is very big, but it's underutilized. There's about 90 needed. Hector's off degraded faster. Ah, lot of this area can be restored to improve for land use. You have to invest train of the people that are walking on those areas, So we need more of that. Also when the government was tough against the first station, people invested in increasing productivity rather than increasing the areas ofthe best, So it's obviously very important what the government thinks. And you're talking about a time when the government was tough. Are you saying The government is not tough at the moment of the government is not doing what it should be doing well, these government started two years ago, They started by saying, Yeah, let's open more areas. There was a mind set that has bean reaction against these. Even some investors are saying that they may stop investing preserve. Some have stopped and some people are saying that they're not going to import agriculture products from Brazil. Despite this pressure, the government has bean kind of erratic, for example, device because that now coordinates Amazon Council it is supposed to enforce law against the first station, But the president continues to talk about. Well, there's not a problem. We need to increase production. The conversation is confused in that environment. What prevails is the word of the president. And we obviously keeping an eye on that. Under the stories relating to the Amazon. This one those thoughts are bipolar Beretta Forest engineer on deforestation, researcher With an environmental group called Amazon.
"hector" Discussed on Greek Gods and Human Mythtakes
"With. Foaming Lips eyes blazing beneath lowering browse. He fought in the very helm on his head shook on his temples for the power of the Divine Zeus was his shield and granted him the honor and the glory alone amongst the host of of Warriors. Though brief was the life remaining in him for even now, palace Athene was hastening that fatal day when he would fall to. Pius Mighty Sun. Yeah and that is a line that's going to be coming up. Later this is hector on his final day we're in almost the last leg of it. We've got after today's episode. We're only going to have to more books as the longest day. And boy is Hector's world about to get rat but flipped upside down in the words of the fresh brand. Yes. Very much. So book thirteen destined. Go ahead and recap where we were last time and take it away. Well, we're off. Hector has just broken down the gate to the kind of Greek encampment that they got going on like little four they have he's down the gate and they're coming towards the ships they are. They are literally behind enemy lines right now they are getting it in. And that's where we left you off. Let's kick it off with book thirteen. Enemy lines was a good movie indeed. Indeed it was. Yes. Anyway. So, book thirteen kicks off with Zeus. Up Amount IDA feeling pretty content with his work. He's like you know what my work here is done. Choice you know they're they're beaten down the Greeks I'm good to go. You know wipes his hands clean. He's. High talent about their job. Well done. Well when he takes his leave. Poseidon. Is Watching from another mountain and he actually takes pity on the Greeks he's like they're just getting slaughter this ain't right I got to do something. So, he hops on. His horse and rides right above the ocean. All majestic like. Then he dives down puts his horses away comes up and he's like I got a rally these boys. So that's what he does. That part was kind of weird to me like I mean how descriptively was is you really need the horses. Whatever I guess. Or they had to put it in that he like put his horses away under the sea after Eli..
Did Hecz Really Get OpTic Back and OWL Commissioner Steps Down
"Let it happen. Please let it happen. Please let it happen today to Eastwards Observer reported that Hector Heck's Rodriguez the longtime CEO of optic gaming during the days as the Green Wall bought back the optic gaming brand that deal has not yet been confirmed by official sources within activision blizzard according to the East Sports Observer's sources heck's acquired the optic gaming intellectual property and the spot in the call of duty leak due to heck's his current role as co CEO of energy backers of the Scotto huntsmen. The CDL spot would need to be sold, which would require the approval. The fall of optic has been one of the big stories in these sports over the past two years. The legacy brands been ill-fated year under the brand infinite East sports and entertainment before being bought by mortals Gaming Club. Soon, after HEX now at energy released a video calling out the optic brand for not being the same one that was actually the first story we ever covered on the sports minute he seemed to be successful in transferring the fan base from the optic logo to his new spot with the huntsman with the struggles of activision Blizzard's Franchise Leagues Immortals Game Club apparently saw chance to cut their losses with the CDL the still have an. Overwatch League team however that League may be in jeopardy too as you probably have hurt the current Bill Commissioner Pete last week stepped off miserable today he lasted just over a year after replacing Nate Nancy who jumped epic games last summer. So we are set to have three commissioners in four seasons when the automobile starts up again after this year I think it's safe to say that's not good. We all just have to cross our fingers and hope hex gives the optic gaming brand bike at least something good will come out of twenty twenty.
Can Simple Fruit Peels Revive Dead Land?
"Of IHEART. Pay Brain Stuff Lauren Boban here with another classic episode from Erstwhile Host Christian Sager. This one has to do with some awesome environmental research almost never came to light. I'll let Christian explain. Stuff, it's Christian Sagar. If some of Earth's most barren wastelands could be transformed into dense productive forests by the most unlikely of helpers discarded fruit peels. It sounds like wishful thinking but that's exactly what happened in the nineteen nineties during promising ecological experiment orange juice manufacturer del Oro plunked twelve thousand metric tonnes. It's around thirteen thousand, two, hundred, twenty, eight tonnes of orange peels on top of bleak Costa Rican Pastureland eventually transforming it into a lush fertile forest but it's a success story that almost wasn't told del Oro donated a seven Acre or three. Hector plot on the edge of the WANNA cast t conservation area after being approached by University of Pennsylvania researchers, Daniel Johnson and Winnie. Hell walks who wondered how the company's discarded appeals could benefit the soil in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, the company deposited one thousand truckloads of orange skins onto the degraded land as part of the agreement but rival Orange Squeezer tico fruit sued del Oro a year into the contract claiming the company was defiling National Park Costa Rica's Supreme Court agreed, and after only two years, the experiment came to a halt. That could have been the end of the story. Were it not for Timothy Truer a curious ecologist at Princeton University in two thousand, thirteen truer and a team of researchers traveled to Costa Rica for unrelated research and decided to look up the orange peel plot. The site sign was so covered with vines in the land. So densely filled with trees that took the team years and dozens of site visits to discover it the team sampled and studied the soil at the site and compared it to samples that were taken in the year two thousand. It also noted tree diameter and species from the Orange Peel site and that of. In Year by pasture that wasn't treated with peels, the researchers found that the treated area had richer soil more tree biomass and a broader variety of tree species including a fig tree with a circumference equivalent to three arm spans. The precise reasons for this one, hundred and seventy six percent increase in above ground biomass are still being investigated but the researchers contend dumping massive amounts of nutrient. Rich organic waste had a nearly immediate effect on the land's fertility changing its lifeless soil into a thick rich loamy mixture. The researchers proposed it's also probable that the orange peel suppressed growth of an invasive grass that was keeping the forest from flourishing. The rediscovery of the experiment, a boon for barren landscapes and agricultural waste, but it also could have a major impact on earth. If more companies institute similar, environmentally friendly solutions to waste the resulting richly vegetated land could help isolate harmful carbon dioxide in the air and improve Earth's polluted atmosphere. So
"hector" Discussed on The Atheist Experience
"WanNa welcome my friend Hector here. . How how are you I know I ask you how you're doing but give us give us the real deal because a lot of people psychologically are suffering during this time because of masks. . Social, , distancing at no gatherings of over ten people and all this stuff <hes> you and I talked about this a little bit the other day how are you holding up and what kind of recommendations do you have for people who are finding incredibly difficult in this changing world? ? Oh, , it's rough. . I mean bottom line is you know we are we've talked about this. We're . we're social primates and and we we. . Our brains are adapted to interface with other other people and it's it's it's hard. . So you know we have to get creative about it used social media you know. . Get. . Zoom chats I mean interact as much as you can. . <hes>. . So how I've been dealing with it is this insufferable insufferable boredom is is just by trying to get creative and I actually. . Had A first show on my new youtube? ? Channel. . Dr Hector. . Trying to trying to do something like that. . But yeah, , it's hard read interact exercise trying to gain too much weight. . And try not to develop a drinking problem. . What can I say I don't know if we put up your splash screen because I was distracted the moment but I know that your new podcast, you , were getting help from genetically modified skeptic and you want give him a shot as well. . And if there's I, , know is the podcast on the link for the splash that up I didn't even say. . React should be yeah. . Drew McCoy from. . The genetically modified kept a key produced it. . I love juice show. . He's a he's probably one of the smartest young. . Free thought content creators out there. . So check out his staff to while you're at it. . So there's all the information you can use to find more. . What are you working on lately or have you started like book number seventy, , three or something? ? You know I I've been just the PODCAST. . I'm working on book chapters things like that and evolutionary psych I'm. . <hes> Kinda staving off the urge to write another book on the psychology of false belief in the in in the. . In time of of covid nineteen deniers and people who you know regard a donald trump as as a true bona fide a Christian. . You know <hes> there's a whole psychology about that that I think the world needs to know about. . So trying to not start a new book on because they don't have the time right now but I think probably will end up doing a podcast on that topic because it's it's huge. . Well, , it'll be interesting and as a reminder, , the atheist community of the the atheist experience sponsored by the Atheist Community of Austin a nonprofit nonpartisan. . Promoting, , positive atheism and the separation of religion and government <hes>. . You can go to eight, , thousand, , five and community. . Dot Org for more information there. . What do you think you want to jump in and start talking to some people about what's going on in their lives and what they believe in why list jump in I got it we got <hes> Jonathan the UK. . Your Question value partners. . It seems like you made a good weeks call in about it. . Hi Matt. . Hi, , hi Petra low. . I think if I'm right, , you'll both go to Christian background. . So I think that might help you <hes> on. . So this one I do not, , but go ahead. . Okay. . God then dismissively Matt. . Prima. . Listening to a few things in the past you've got much Chris, , Candido background and I have and. . <hes> my wife is a Christian and she's been through some very difficult things of lights and is <hes> is worried that the feel that is is punishing her. . And I want. . So advice on how to handle that without challenging have faith. . Because I'm well, , I'm happy to challenge group of outside of magical this. . Stay married not trying to change about my wife. . I understand and I don't think that anybody has having sort of Christian background thoughts on this and I. . Think I'm really looking forward to to heck your thoughts on this specifically but it so the question would ask if somebody came to me and said Hey I. . Think God is punishing me and this is why things are going wrong in my life. . My I don't know how to address that without challenging what their beliefs are you. . You are challenging a belief. . You don't necessarily have to challenge every aspect of that belief. . You can say, , well, , if God is punishing you I, mean, , , have you been? ? Faithful God of us since early reached out to find out what's going on. . If you ask God and maybe you're not getting an answer. . But if you're doing everything, , you can to try to be right with God and God is still punishing you or you think God is still punishing maybe it's possible. . You're wrong and that really what's happening here is that God is punishing you but you are the type of person who is looking at this and thinking that's the case and you need. . I really can't go beyond that other than saying, , how do you tell the difference between I think God is punishing me and got his actually punishing me but I don't know how to ask that without really challenging somebody's face. . Yeah, , it's hard. . My you know the the only thing I would like to say about this is that. . When you're going through problems and and you project those problems onto onto God it's just it's almost like you're you're moving your own agency from solving these problems and then it becomes kind of like negativity bias like any bad thing that happens you think, , oh, , I, , am being punished being punished and it just kinda compounds because that's what you're focusing on. . It just seems like like a really negative spiral. . So <hes> I don't know I'm I'm I'm more curious about? ? The reasons behind why you wouldn't challenge her belief on on this topic besides wanting to stay married as Matt mentioned. .
Interview with Dr. Hector Garcia
"WanNa welcome my friend Hector here. How how are you I know I ask you how you're doing but give us give us the real deal because a lot of people psychologically are suffering during this time because of masks. Social, distancing at no gatherings of over ten people and all this stuff you and I talked about this a little bit the other day how are you holding up and what kind of recommendations do you have for people who are finding incredibly difficult in this changing world? Oh, it's rough. I mean bottom line is you know we are we've talked about this. We're we're social primates and and we we. Our brains are adapted to interface with other other people and it's it's it's hard. So you know we have to get creative about it used social media you know. Get. Zoom chats I mean interact as much as you can. So how I've been dealing with it is this insufferable insufferable boredom is is just by trying to get creative and I actually. Had A first show on my new youtube? Channel. Dr Hector. Trying to trying to do something like that. But yeah, it's hard read interact exercise trying to gain too much weight. And try not to develop a drinking problem. What can I say I don't know if we put up your splash screen because I was distracted the moment but I know that your new podcast, you were getting help from genetically modified skeptic and you want give him a shot as well. And if there's I, know is the podcast on the link for the splash that up I didn't even say. React should be yeah. Drew McCoy from. The genetically modified kept a key produced it. I love juice show. He's a he's probably one of the smartest young. Free thought content creators out there. So check out his staff to while you're at it. So there's all the information you can use to find more. What are you working on lately or have you started like book number seventy, three or something? You know I I've been just the PODCAST. I'm working on book chapters things like that and evolutionary psych I'm. Kinda staving off the urge to write another book on the psychology of false belief in the in in the. In time of of covid nineteen deniers and people who you know regard a donald trump as as a true bona fide a Christian. You know there's a whole psychology about that that I think the world needs to know about. So trying to not start a new book on because they don't have the time right now but I think probably will end up doing a podcast on that topic because it's it's huge. Well, it'll be interesting and as a reminder, the atheist community of the the atheist experience sponsored by the Atheist Community of Austin a nonprofit nonpartisan. Promoting, positive atheism and the separation of religion and government You can go to eight, thousand, five and community. Dot Org for more information there. What do you think you want to jump in and start talking to some people about what's going on in their lives and what they believe in why list jump in I got it we got Jonathan the UK. Your Question value partners. It seems like you made a good weeks call in about it. Hi Matt. Hi, hi Petra low. I think if I'm right, you'll both go to Christian background. So I think that might help you on. So this one I do not, but go ahead. Okay. God then dismissively Matt. Prima. Listening to a few things in the past you've got much Chris, Candido background and I have and. my wife is a Christian and she's been through some very difficult things of lights and is is worried that the feel that is is punishing her. And I want. So advice on how to handle that without challenging have faith. Because I'm well, I'm happy to challenge group of outside of magical this. Stay married not trying to change about my wife. I understand and I don't think that anybody has having sort of Christian background thoughts on this and I. Think I'm really looking forward to to heck your thoughts on this specifically but it so the question would ask if somebody came to me and said Hey I. Think God is punishing me and this is why things are going wrong in my life. My I don't know how to address that without challenging what their beliefs are you. You are challenging a belief. You don't necessarily have to challenge every aspect of that belief. You can say, well, if God is punishing you I, mean, have you been? Faithful God of us since early reached out to find out what's going on. If you ask God and maybe you're not getting an answer. But if you're doing everything, you can to try to be right with God and God is still punishing you or you think God is still punishing maybe it's possible. You're wrong and that really what's happening here is that God is punishing you but you are the type of person who is looking at this and thinking that's the case and you need. I really can't go beyond that other than saying, how do you tell the difference between I think God is punishing me and got his actually punishing me but I don't know how to ask that without really challenging somebody's face. Yeah, it's hard. My you know the the only thing I would like to say about this is that. When you're going through problems and and you project those problems onto onto God it's just it's almost like you're you're moving your own agency from solving these problems and then it becomes kind of like negativity bias like any bad thing that happens you think, oh, I, am being punished being punished and it just kinda compounds because that's what you're focusing on. It just seems like like a really negative spiral. So I don't know I'm I'm I'm more curious about? The reasons behind why you wouldn't challenge her belief on on this topic besides wanting to stay married as Matt mentioned.
"hector" Discussed on The Strategerist
"We've got to be looking at a around the world I. Sit on the US, Chamber of Commerce Sport and Tom Donahue says ninety five percent of the consumers live outside of this country. We better figure out how to be talking to them. So those are some of the things that we need to talk more about these are not easy problems to. To solve, it's going to require a lot of policy, but it should be top of mind on the radar screen all the time all the time all the time. Other countries are thinking about those things we ought to be thinking about to and the other question that I don't get as a lot about, but it's something that I've grown up with Warr Hispanics Conservative and why do is Spanish at? Why aren't Hispanics Monolithic? And why don't they all think the same way? And of course that's almost a ridiculous question. Because nobody. No community thinks exactly the same way on every issue. We're diverse community. We think differently. Differently about a lot of issues, but my father used to say that was kind of like the rationale behind creating the US. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. There's so many more things that we agree on than the things that we don't agree on, so let's stipulate. There's some things that we're not gonNA. Agree on, and let's focus passionately on the things that we do agree on and create more solutions for everybody. President Bush offense has said Multiple Times. If you focus your energies and what you agree on, you can get a heck of a lot done Lord. We have enough time to ask him about Tequila. Yes. Heard. I've never had the privilege of sampling your Tequila we'll. We'll make sure that that changes it quickly. Try to make this quick the last project my father was working on, and I didn't realize this. Because I was in government at the time was He bought a ranch and he was planted a Gob, and so he was planning on. Making a Tequila at some point in time planted it here in the US. Only. Can only make Tequila in Mexico and the state that he was from Lico is where eighty percent of the Tequila comes from, so he bought property and he planted the governor. My father unfortunately got sick and passed away in less than a year when I went down to Mexico his Lewis said. What do you want to do with all the Gava and I was like what a governor. I Beg your pardon yeah. And he's in your father bought a large ranch, and he planted a garden, and it takes seven years for the plant to mature, so we'll just pull it out of the ground. Throw it away, said no, no, no. Don't do.
"hector" Discussed on The Strategerist
"Welcomed or guest today, Hector Baretto Hector form headed up the United States. Small Business Administration today. He's the chairman of the Latino Coalition. Thanks for waking up early with us. Do this actor thank you in our Co host Laura Collins, once again. Welcome back, Laura. She's the director in the Bush. Institute smu Economic Growth Initiative thank you. Thank Santa I. Only wake up early for this I know we. To Peel back the curtain we're here at about seven thirty in the morning in Dallas and Lauren I were comparing notes and turns out that one of us are morning. People so hector. We're looking. We're looking at you. Demand on. West Coast time. It's like five thirty in your body clock Oh. That's rough. Hector's here for our SME Economic Growth Advisory Council where he is one of them. Is that help guide the policy work that we do at the Bush Institute, because both of his expertise is the forty first administrator, the small business, and because his work with the Latino Coalition. Let's start with the former when you were with the small business administration. What was the goal of that department? What were you? You, all working on the small business. Administration was actually started in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, three by President Eisenhower and there were some small business programs before that, but they unified those all into one agency, and it's really the agency that supports and advocates for America's small businesses, and that role has become even more important over the years when they formed the SBA. There probably weren't thinking that was going to be over thirty million small businesses in the united. United States and I like to say nothing small about small business. They really are the engine of America, the engine that fuels the economy of America not only are there a lot of them, but they represent over fifty two percent of the gross output of the economy. It's the place that two-thirds the net new jobs of our economy comes from, and it's also the place that a lot of our innovation comes from. That makes us the envy of the world. World in terms of our economy so very very important agency. A lot of people have heard of it, but they oftentimes don't know everything it does. Where does your passion for Small Business? Come from a well? That's easy. I was fortunate to be born into an entrepreneurial family, so the first business owners I ever met where my mother and father and my father was especially a serial entrepreneur. He loved business. He loves starting businesses. I'm not saying he loved running. My mother ran the business ideas, man yeah, but I learned a lot about a small business I used to joke that everything I learned about business. I learned in a Mexican restaurant because that's why I worked when I was a little kid. What jobs is you? Hold with your parents Oh, a lot of them, you know we were an immigrant family and. There was five children. My mother had five children six years. I have four younger sisters, and so we were all recruited to my father's executive training program very early on, so we all had to work <hes>. I remember waiting tables when I was nine years old. So And then I. as I got older, I got more responsibility and help run some of those businesses and start some of those businesses, and my father had a number of different businesses. We started off with the restaurant business, because that's an easy business to access, but then later on <hes> at a little import export business, a little construction business, none of those businesses wherever really large, but they were very important to our family helps support us. They helped educate, and we learned a lot about being in business and working with the community and customers, and so your father came to America start these businesses. He actually didn't. My father was an immigrant to the United States in the late nineteen fifties. I don't think he was planning on staying that long. But he met my mother. My mother is also from immigrant parents from Mexico <hes> they've shown love, and and of all places they started their journey in Kansas City Missouri that's where I was born. I grew up in Kansas City Missouri and my father. He had a lot of different jobs as a lot of immigrants do when they first get here. His first jobs were picking. Picking potatoes for fifty cents an hour in rural Missouri and later on, he worked at a railroad, a literally pounding the spikes into the ground, but in the winter it got too cold, so he moved into <hes>. He started working in the livestock business, and it was very difficult. <hes> dirty work. He was cleaning out stalls, but at least it was warmer than being outside. When he was working at the railroad later on he, he was a janitor at the school that I would eventually go to, but my father used to always say that he was a business owner, and I would say dad. You have these jobs. You're not a business owners. They know what I have to do right now, but eventually alone my own business, so he was very passionate about that. He always wanted to work for himself, so he starts so then he starts these businesses and his career trajectory starts trending too so far up that start happening. Yeah, my father was a very visionary leader <hes> very. Very charismatic <hes> you know he when he's grown up used to say know. I came here with nothing I didn't know anybody. I didn't speak the language. I had no money I had no power, but I believed in myself I was willing to work hard, and this is such a great country that affords us the opportunity to go as far as we WANNA go. We're only limited by our own imagination our own commitment, so he he's. We started these businesses, but later on my father was kind of an organizer as well, and he wanted to belong to the Chamber of Commerce. This is in Kansas City. Number of others spanning businesses. There were there at the time, and my father started asking. Where's the Hispanic Chamber? And they said well. There isn't an Hispanic Chamber. My Dad said well there should be, and if nobody else is going to start it, I will so my father was one of the founders of the Kansas City Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, that was in the mid seventies,
"hector" Discussed on The Strategerist
"Hecker Baretto grew up an entrepreneurial immigrant family that believed in hard work. His father even had him in his quote. Unquote executive training program which early on consisted of waiting tables in the family restaurant, and that training must have taken hold because that zeal for hard work carried through Hector's life. He eventually headed up the small business administration and the Bush administration from two thousand one to thousand and five, and now serves as chairman of the Latino coalition and through those life experiences. Hector has remained grounded in thinking. Thinking of America the land of opportunity, it is like no other country in the world. There's something very very special. We should never take that for granted for those of us that opportunity travel we. We understand that we have something really really special here, and we should always serve to protect it. We'll discuss entrepreneurship and the policies that encourage it and hector shares what he's learned about the Latino community throughout his career I mean Andrew Kaufman, and this is the strategic presented by the George Bush Presidential Center. This conversation was recorded earlier this year in person at the Bush Center. Welcomed or.
"hector" Discussed on The Big Ones
"Hear it? So we're watched little miss series and lemonade. You guys have a lot of people. Haven't seen that a lot of people don't go that deep because they sometimes can't get out well that is so nicely thank you and now. Hector. Would you also give your life or billion I absolute didn't have so that day so that was all right. That's fine so Amanda. Why don't you ask the pre? Would you rather questions that? Kinda get old to know each other okay. So here's my icebreaker. Leon Hector what makes you tick the guests? You Pat on that. Don't understand corona virus. Really make me tick okay. Wow another dig on Tracy of another most recent coughing guy you had oh Brat Brandon Brielle. He ruffled some feathers. Yes he did yes he did anyone I love your. I love your interpretation of what makes you tick. You're thinking of it like tick like a bomb about to go off. That's what I thought it was too and then I looked it up because people were answering it like it was. They were positive about that. It is something that makes you go. Yeah I thought wow I piss me. Oh that would be. What ticks you off but hey honestly the question is just a conversation starter so any which way you wanna take it as Graha drive me. That's so where are you to right? Now we're in New York. Where in Brooklyn New York icy? So you've got hit pretty hard with everything. And so hearing some flippant Los Angeles asshole be like I'm GonNa go drive out and cough at. The grocery store is raging over the Yogurt Sandwich Orange County here so we did with the California Orange County mentality. I see so you're conservative. House was what what questioned. Oh Oh yeah okay. Hector what makes you need to know what.
"hector" Discussed on KCRW
"Cashier Hector Cabrera we had people buying more than ten bottles of Lysol they were acting how would you say it compulsively meanwhile on a taxi driver's radio a huckster with a soothing voices selling supernatural solace the thank you by placing the prayer cloth against the head and heart she says it will ease your fears over the coming of coronavirus John Burnett NPR news the radio very few people are taking ubers or booking Airbnb is right now and millions of Americans are losing income because of that now in normal times if these folks aren't considered employees of a company and so they can't claim unemployment benefits but the new relief package from Congress will temporarily and just that here's NPR tech correspondent Shannon bond at bell's main source of income is his San Francisco home he rents out his in law suite on Airbnb Airbnb is my kick at the other things that you are side hustles business was booming until the pandemic last year I had approximately ninety percent occupancy ninety percent of the day's rocky card in March I've had zero bell is one of millions of people in the gig economy whose livelihoods have been abruptly upended by the corona virus Emily compliment has been driving for uber in Denver since twenty sixteen she's a full time student and uses the platform to supplement her income from an internship but now she stopped driving because she's worried about spreading the virus Michael would like five hundred dollars a week I'm out here about what two thousand dollars a month right now many people these days are like Ballin Koppelman cobbling together several sources of income to get by unlike other self employed people gig workers normally are not eligible for unemployment insurance if they lose those income streams Vinod you ball is a labor law expert at the university of California Hastings the platform companies have maintained that these individual drivers grocery delivery people are small businesses and end up themselves and so the companies themselves have refused to pay into the unemployment insurance fund now gig workers maybe getting some help the economic relief package passed by the Senate on Wednesday allows self employed people to apply for unemployment benefits that they normally wouldn't qualify for labor experts say the government needs to give guidance on whether workers can claim partial benefits if they have several jobs and lose one of them or if their hours are cut some states allow that the package also let some of the self employed access disaster loans for small businesses Lee Thomas is an Airbnb host in queens near JFK airport his bookings have dried up as travel has come to a standstill we are suffering cancellations the government should take in consideration that these are hard working people that she suffered from nothing of their own doing ad bell the San Francisco Airbnb host is hoping for an interest free loan to keep them afloat this year most of all he says he needs help quickly I I need money in my pocket and with the least amount of red tape the bill means a lot more people will be seeking government assistance.
"hector" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"That's twice and Hector was just a blank we're getting infiltrated here CJ who always calls are usually those are problems when we had that happen to a call before was just about to make his point and you know what scares me the most about the corona virus cell what's that what's that she who is in Brooklyn Liu C. J. going off as a bad omen let me tell you self yeah that's never happened with CJ before listen you were saying before that there were no answers and unfortunately there are answers I'm not sure if this country's ready to deal with them now if you look at countries with their with their was an epidemic and then they got on the control which is basically like China Singapore career well they've been down this road before so they're better equipped than we are for it but they're also a source here within nations in other words when they put it let's say a complete when they shut down the society completely for thirty days okay would like soldiers on every corner like you know you walk into your building you get picked up and thrown into the reason that they do that I don't like the sound of that from what we know right now corona virus if you habit you're going to inspect between three and a half and four other PCS somebody before Colin said between four and six so whatever it is I have you in fact okay what if you if you locked me out if I mean if you run a I'm basically a dictatorship and you will lock down that society for a month you can get that number down to under one if you get it down to on the one you basically beaten he'll probably come back in the fall but you beat it because instead of the numbers climbing every day the new infections is gonna start dropping all right but that's what we're talking about and again I'm not smart enough to know if it's realistic to be able to shop the majority of things down here but I don't I don't use it in a free society common sense you'll look AT HIM be suspending play here you can have all the sports so follow suit I would be shocked if it's gonna have all the NC double a tournament I would be shocked if it happened to Major League Baseball schools at Tara in certain places are being closed I would be shocked if that becomes more frequent at some point somebody needs to come up with some answers to try to just corralled as things slow down a little bit again let me put it this way suppose that you were told by by politicians you know what if do you ever know if you open up to handle the pain of this happening everywhere schools sporting events I've been to two weeks in the next five months exactly that's what I'm that's the whole point if we can put up with it for a month we might be able to beat this thing belongs finally this is outlook the fact is I don't wanna be locked down for a month to you I mean it's all tied to those all right I don't wanna be locked down but there do we call me either but at least you could stomach maybe you could find a way to get through two weeks a month now you're talking about I mean that's a big time problem here that's gonna be the case just continue want to cross our fingers I mean I can't be shut down if that's the difference between an infection rate of one per person and three and a half to six that's a big difference I think right now Lou and thank you for the call I think right now the next course of action should be limiting any body the same way you would handle snow storm a major blizzard what they say if you don't need to be on the road don't be on the road if you can work from home work from home any limitation that you can have in your life to you know limit the risk all of infecting others getting it meant infecting others that's what you should take that will help that's not shutting everything down to where okay you can't buy any food you good do you want to cosco hoarded all the toilet paper because you're gonna need it your email I got from all doing going anywhere come out the front door is gonna be problems not that we don't need that but have everybody take proper measurements and proper precaution to try to slow this thing down if you don't have to be out of the outlook I want to see Adam Sandler more than anything Saturday went a long time to see similar concert it's not a necessity though so we canceled it okay it happens seemingly MBA we love sports you want to see it continue but it's not a necessity going.
"hector" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"Hey guys it's really Koloa here. I'm actually walking down the Convention Center of the Rio Hotel which is near the press filing center for the Nevada Democrat. Which is the host of? The Nevada caucuses at Saturday February twenty-second it's about three o'clock and just came back from caucus site with Hector Lease Alamos. I caucus out in a very affluent area of Henderson call anthem. Kinda like suburban Africans and I witnessed the whole thing and as you know Hector Caucus for Bernie Sanders and I saw the whole Mac nations. It was actually really cool. There was a drawing of cards for tiebreaker of delegates and Pete Buddha Jr was one that got the most delegates which was four Biden. Came in Joe Biden came in with three sanders with two and worn with one and it was democracy in action. And what I did for this special recording. I just talked to actor right after. Obviously you know we're we're here. We're here middle school. It's Buji area since we got here. I realized you made me realize really to Bernie might not have might not be viable in the first round. 'cause where we went in there and there was a lot of Buddha judge people. A LOT OF BIDEN. Puge Bein crowd in that room at least and I think it was interesting. You know I got I got picked Bernie precinct captain by that guy who came in from California I got some guy with them with the Bernie Sanders campaign and you know we picked up a delegate in the early voting second round but nobody in the room nobody in the room wanted anything to do with Bernie warn people. They weren't viable. And so I'm I'm trying to bring them over to us but they were only three delegates away from being viable so their whole tragedy was to get the Amy Kobe Chart People. And then that one old man who for Tom Sawyer? We that that he's four times but he agreed that he he liked everything that we means other Indian kid were saying Michael. About Bernie about healthcare. He was afraid that he's old that he decides to come in and take away. This ruined healthcare system. Right when this guy is you know. He's seeing his last days is better. He's seen as better day than you know. And but I'm like hey you know make it make it so when I go to him. When I'm your age I don't have to worry about healthcare. So you know. Do me a favor and join up with burning. He's like I agree with everything you're saying and you know because the first thing he said he came over. And he's like you know Bernie GonNa pass all that stuff that he's saying. I'm like I know I know I know but we need you know I told him. The Republicans control the Senate Abrupt Publicans controls Supreme Court. We need somebody pulling in that other direction and so when there's an association they meet in the middle. Why why put him at moderate in there so then you can't negotiate from this new negotiating from the center. Yeah there's so much I have to ask you the one that just came to me right now as you were talking just describe the pre because I purposely wanted to come out to where you're out. Yeah to Buji Land as you say what is this place? This is like rich liberal affluent people in the same way like I. I know I didn't expect Sanders to win this for you. But he still was viable. It looks it. Looks like he's GonNa take the state from the entrance bowls. But but talk to me about this district and and the people that you met in the Scots for your First Caucus Caucus I mean. We're in a very affluent area. Not only in Vegas but one of the most affluent areas in the United States. This area right here is called anthem. Seven hills were a few few minutes from where Michael Mike? Tyson had his mansion. You Know Ronald Lauder rich people out here and that yeah he did he did. So well Bernie still did pretty you know. He's viable in the first round. That says something right. It's interesting that in in our little Bernie groups six delegates me included. It was all young people you know I was the the two kids were like in their twenties early twenties. And then that Indian guy with his father so India young and diverse group. You know the dad said he told he goes. My son made me. He pulled me here. He made me go. And he wasn't for Bernie really either but I guess the Sun. The Sun was very knowledgeable. And they made me the precinct captain but it was really mean him. This Indian kid Michael. Who were you know talking to that old man who was a star person? Then he's like when we were done with that old man. I'm going to go try to win over some warm people but they they didn't want anything to do with us. It's pretty cool is really interesting and we all came together. But even we're talking to people in the Biden Group. We were talking people in the group but really the contention. There's a lot of contentiousness between the Warren Group and the burning group. At the first thing I said come on. Let's be real warning warning sanders we're in the left wing of the Party and he like like I was talking crazy. You know. But that's the it's the truth. I guess you know that their first inclination was to go grab Amy Cobra. Sharp people says a lot about about lease a segment of the warn. You know supporting. GimMe your final impressions about caucusing. For the first time there was a deck of cards at the end after everything said and done there was a tie Sanders had to point to warn. Had one point six three point six and then by two point six so they had these three candidate point six. So that's three way tie and then the deck of cards come out and so when I first over there. They're like oh one of somebody's have to lose a delegate and they go burn. He's GonNa have to delegate. I'm like no. He's not he is not because it was tied by that point. Right warning and Bernie had to boo at four byte and had three options deck of cards. Come out and I mean worn ends up losing she. She drew the low carb. High Card wins. But it's kind of deflates. The sales you know here. You are in the democratic process voting in a room and then there's a ton and we leave it to cards but it's Vegas Right. Give me your final your final thoughts about your first experience. I think it's great. I think it's good. I mean I think it was good for the Camaraderie. The at the precinct more people should if it would be better. If more people did participate the guy said he did it in two thousand sixteen and he was in a room where there was seventy something people in the room. He only had thirty four but as early results are showing that Bernie's crushing it in Nevada. Like we thought he would and You know Nevada wants to go. This is your first time caucusing. They want to go back to the primary system. I think that's probably more convenient. 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"hector" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Working it now you know train actually occasion listens to what we say and and one of Hector really on air can we get this recorder and and haters train everybody Hector's working on a one inch train line in and has talked to the engineers are trying to stop by and visit us we can find a good about that because they can't visit everybody but the file they from Tyler Texas to Orlando to visit and it went in the winter nationals in the summer too logical Norrland when the winner was cold right right Tyler's on all the time too anyway Hey I want to hear from Beth in palm bay Beth okay were ready for Spanish version of protek good morning everybody right we love you to death thanks woman in a man's world not a bad thing yeah job I gotta go do today so Sir all right do you tell can you tell us is protek number in Spanish she I can't I can't do it either I can do okay it is yeah we all need to write this down not as valid I'm gonna video recorder does hang on and honey and they are okay are we ready uhhuh okay we're ready you know shadow thank gosh know every on all phone OSes cuatro cuatro perfect way more clear than Hector yes thank you so much appreciate or more yes ma'am okay for the people looking to escalate their plight know what not to do the asking at that truck okay instead of by Andy blacks the box store or what not were you paying the extra price yeah get yourself a razor knife and slice which one cool little well the night on the town of melted and it will insulate your price a lot cheaper wow that's actually get better what do you do for a living thanks seriously your Jack of all trades man I've done everything from making shuttle parched you doing construction sweet thank you that's one less so awesome that is wonderful and actually I have heard get real a lots of ideas for those swim noodles I think you told me one time that you slice it in half if you have a car door that swings open into your garage yeah now the hatchback lifts up on the rail on the on the door itself other stories you hang your fishing pole from the ceiling with that stuff and telling is amazing Beth thank you so that's a great idea all let's talk to mac in Winter Park and Ron's gonna tell us about a cleaning product before doctor Mack but go ahead run okay no we were talking about the the mold problem in the shower earlier and there's a product out Cold Spring forget and basically you spray it on there and every time it gets wet it activates so it it continues to clean Seaspray wants to forget it spray once and let him know exactly it and it was designed specifically for roof shingles and then it they started using it on PVC furniture PVC fence okay tile Milito I use on my P. C. fence excellent in my roof because I in nine hundred feet of PVC fan all my gosh it's flat longer heard of such but usually on the kind I have to and a half acres in my my lot is kind of pie shape so the back of my property is really long I I got to take the four Wheeler from one into the other cause to for a walk problems such problems that my goodness okay good morning morning I have a wax seal under my tall it did seem to activate every time it gets wet and his it is showing it I had I had put a new tile floor down along with the nice backer board and then I use the extra large seal that you can buy one I replaced the toilets and now twice this is the second time that started leaking I'm just wondering on those no wax seals I'm saying from fluid master nat they have you had any luck with those or do I need to do something different no does work well is specially if you're tool it's moving a little bit so what typically happens is the toilet will move a little bit and push the wax down and then it's not ceiling at some point there's a gap those those no wax seals are more of a rubber neoprene type see also they they come back when you mash them down they kind of pop Baxley fill the gap the the best thing really to do is pull it back off again you can either reseal it with wax or get one of the no wax seals but crowd the told and sham it with good shims I used composite Chandler don't like wood Shams I buy the composite shim sham it make sure it's nice and level and it's not moving in the grout it to the floor you're not moving his number on that thing but that's what happens is they just wiggle a little bit and it's just enough to create a gap in that wax and then you have about a tool gas okay yeah wow yeah I think you need a pipe cutter with that this is the Bering tool that's a good gas and it's about the same size as a D. bring to was ninety burn tool but is not a D. bearing to less close guess I'm thinking it is a close guess it actually does the opposite it makes a lot of burst there's a big hit there you go right back thanks so much let's talk to Jean and Saint cloud gene how you doing this morning warrior one Beijing a product called the old armor yeah and I have the same issue of got a shower this made with crediting yeah and I've got that sealed but yeah occasionally having mold issues which is very aggravating yes one at that safe to put on the on the stone I don't know what the instructions on the back or very specific yes and also on CLR very specific Missy are an attack mobile seal orders making mold product now Ron just mentioned spring forget and I had forgot about but it's been around a long time it has it has they put on the show yeah yeah wasn't available here lately it was it was in yes Sir so dean I don't know but you know look at that look at the a mold armor I use they have an outside version side version they were version that the goes on a guard I wish they paid me to say this to now I think about but they don't they wanna goes in a garden hose should have a wall out back like I do on my patio concrete I use it to clean concrete now that's not terribly bad if it's really really bad I'm gonna pressure washer but I have uses several times on the drive way the walkway porch out back they make a wall version like to spray on offense and elsewhere concrete version works pretty good then yeah I'm impressed was but I forgot the spring forget I forgot about that that's good stuff I use that years ago yeah so yeah so several things old armor works and but be careful Trevor teams a different animal I mean same mental just a different make up mode concentration of the animal basically so thanks for the call appreciate that well Hey we have funds were in turn I am you know what I tell people is we leave the the talk show people during the week for all the problems the world so how do we just we just laugh we just laughed yeah this if you were the business a long of Ron and I have you got a laugh yes laughter stores the most of which the most most definitely all right what we talked about you know building some stuff like window seat and make a flip top for storage there's three or four ways to make it you can make it were mounted to the wall the back which is actually easier than building entire boxes sitting in there but if you like a like a kitchen area you get a lot of kids and it was fighting over the chair you put a lot of people want to see our I like putting a bench at the dining room table but I don't want to bench will put a bunch of the backside yeah I put yours on the other side my table has a bench yes have you ever had someone accidentally perhaps in an animated conversation or whatever or think that you know by habit because we are creatures of habit muscle memory lane back thinking there's a chair back behind him and not yet most I haven't says it's on the it's on the wall side on the windows side most people don't sit over there every case Louis little kids over there when we got our day we live in a log house just so you know okay so we got our own and all back to today we found this table at a thrift store it came out of fort wilderness so it's a all the land wooden table the log wooden chairs a long wooden bench pretty cool but single three finish so might drag it to your house and I think you can do better they probably will all right goodness let's talk to Eddie in order to what we Eddie okay would have any first aid you want longer Eddie how you doing what do you think rondo autism today you can mention that even the Christians use a we have some pain that we use we call it a reamer this this is not a rumor it is a part timer it does it puts a battle on the pipe light into the socks sure you do have rumors of we do have them yeah this is not a rumor this is not a rumor she okay she's totally Eddie I think you're really close yeah yeah it's a closer than the pretty well a reminded the bearing tour very similar true so strict is that we can make the socket to put a pipe in when you didn't have a socket to make the pipe in when the pipes in the floor and the wall you can't get it out give or take yeah I don't know what you said Hey good guess but apparently not not exactly correct right thanks for calling Mr Winston your back maybe there's other ones we've all kind of ways yeah I'm back again excellent I had was I have a comment on brain forget okay there there's two kinds you have outdoor forget and then you have bathroom brain could get now I only used about this stuff works really great because we use in our house okay in the shower but one thing you have to remember it's very slippery when you're doing it board the shower floor you need the whole run the water a little bit before you go in or otherwise you're going to fall back on slip slide away it works great to get rid of the mold to get rid of the stop you know the folks who are residue exam build up yeah okay yeah but you have to remember to run the shower before you get in there otherwise it's going to be really slippery great point were to say hi to you you sound like the voice of experience like that okay yes we we.
"hector" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"I do remember that a long time. AGO would be scared when when there was a customer there was going to go live with like five thousand users ride and we were like my God I hope that system can can handle that and now we have basically legalize with with literally millions of users and so it's very very completely different different game and I think our big challenges and engineer organization is to to make sure that we can anticipate the business grow growth in we can build technology. There is going to be ahead of the earth so for us. It's all about business growth for us. It's about business growth and so if we were kind of the business was at the stage where we were on boarding thousands of users. We need to make sure that we the system can do ten thousand users right and so we basically need to be always one order of magnitude ahead of business growth. That's a huge challenge for a company like us where literally rolling in the span of this interview hundreds of thousands of people indicator doctor right and so we always need to make sure that the technology can scale much much faster than on the business so a long octaves growth you have expanded into this customer identity segment mint and from what I can tell this is. This is the largest product adjacency that you have moved into the largest brand new product adjacency. I mean obviously it's related to the core workforce identity product but it's something different customer identity. If I'm trying to manage the identity of my customers of my e commerce company or my media company that's a very different product than managing managing the identity of people who are working for me. So what have you learned in the process of building out that product adjacency yeah absolutely I think one of the things that that I just mentioned as well was you know in the workforce or the house there there is a lot of companies that have millions of employees right but on the customer side of the House that is a lot of companies that have millions of customers so it's definitely a different rent game as as as you mentioned and I think the biggest thing that that we have found is that the actual kind of infrastructure structure in the API monitoring becomes much more complex when you're talking about people that are going to be authenticating literally millions of the customers that are going to have people are going to be indicating really millions of times. A month versus an employee that would offend kate. Maybe once a week in maybe once an because then they're they're going to whatever they use for for their their business right. Also this despite there are some very interesting interesting specs that we see when people go live with new products or services but I I think the biggest learning has been or us the way we have to tune the monitoring to understand the use cases of our customers I in in what's important for them and so I think that we are we have been getting very good at understanding what our customers are doing with our product in there are kind of different different different ways to think about it and depending on what they're doing and what their businesses so for example of you are grocery store that has potentially intially thousands of ovarian millions of customers that want to get coupons every specific day then we know kind of how the usage patterns Ktar and so we have to build into our migrants so that we know that everything's fine for that particular use case whereas we have other customers that have kind of pro lives in things that are sending that that happened all the time then we also need to get ready for that and also the depth of customers that are like a set schedule of things that happened in every month so basically what what I'm trying to say is that we have to tuning and monitoring that the Taylor's very specific use cases in the consumer space. It's much much more than the workforce I identity in in in the variety of those cases. It's exponential as well okay last couple of questions. Tell him that you believe about modern software engineering hearing that I would be unlikely to hear from anyone else. I'll give you a two and these are two things that are really really embedded..
"hector" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"You've been with OCTA for seven years and the ORG has grown a lot in that time. Can you describe how the Engineering Org structure has evolved since you joined the company and how it looks today yeah absolutely I mean when when I joined we're very small. I think we've probably had like maybe ten people in Engineering Service was very very small. We have hundreds of people now in engineering but I think the core thing was that I think that they were getting station on structure has evolved as much as the company in the business has has evolved. We're very lucky and knocking on wood here but we do have a lot of people that have stayed in the company for many many years as well. We have people that have been here three four five six seven years so we have a lot of the same people that were in the company when the company was a startup continues to be in the company because again they're excited yeah about the mission they believe the work that they do is impactful and they basically have evolved with the company as well and so they have created basically teams around them and so we're constantly obviously improving the talent the talent pool as well but also the company has evolved to the point that I think one one big thing that I that I think I could give you as that's an example of a structure that has changed is that before we used to have a team that would just develop letting the product any features in the same same team would basically look at performance reliability so it's basically years one team and at one point in evolution of fog that we decided that it was sawed such a critical thing to make sure that we thought like an infrastructure service that we actually divided the team into the team that only deals we'd good infrastructure scale ability reliability technical operations and a team that deals with the product features a huge transition for us because at that time the plot management team didn't appreciate that we're basically really like carving out a big piece of the engine organization with with really strong architects were we're only going to be looking at really bitten bites and not any features and then also big transition for the company but it proved to be something there was very very powerful very powerful message organization until this point. I mean we have our ratio of people that are only focused on that and these are not just the traditional system operators. I mean these are engineers engineers architects that have been in the valley for many many years that are developing products that are only focused focused on on API performance on reliability on his Kabila on on like self healing and they're not basically they cannot be distracted for example by by customer feature that we need to release very quickly they they are only focused on the infrastructure of the service on the core kind of bones and beaten bites of the service that basically one example but I mean it. The transition has been quite big of you think if you think about kind of how the company has has grown over the past few years what's the hardest engineering problem You're solving today at OCTA. I think the hardest problem there's a lot of problems in part of my job is always being worried about kind of the next thing and all the being paranoid but I think the hardest problem is just to make sure that as an engineer station we can get ahead of the business growth and we've been very fortunate. The business continues to grow our customer getting bigger and the types of challenges that we saw are getting are getting bigger and more complex..
"hector" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Produce a business at work report every every year where we actually show all of the Trans implications in what people are doing with with application network so yeah big big thing for us one of the trends in the last ten years has been the growth of API company so it's obviously box has an API but the boxes also a rich platform where you're managing files the more recent things that people think of as API products products are things like Twi- Leo or like Stripe how does octa integrate with these different kinds of API's is there anything notably notably different about octopus integration with the API companies relative to the more classic SASS product types. We'll we are an API company in the sense that there is a lot of customers that are using OCTA for the product and service so the traditional workforce workforce is one of our areas the other side is basically using octave API's to power your system so there are some even consumer websites that are using OCTOPI is that you're not even be able to tell that octaves behind the scenes and in authenticating the user but customers can actually use her API's and when we we started having that kind of line of business we basically started getting really good at really indicating API's so for example we can be an an open been ID token provider for example where people can actually secure those is API access management with OCTA in so that's basically more on on the a CTO said that I was talking about where we actually become really authentication for those services and we can give you can of tokens where you could even kind of indicate your own services so now in a world of micro services for example where you even want to authenticate your own API is you could also use Oxen Open Eddie provider in have client ideas and in create kind of authentic gators all built in October. Now that is a very very different thing than what we have been in describing us us basically the workforce or connecting to cloud services. This is more of like what a developer would do you go to for example developer DOT COM and and you're trying to build an indication for API's. It's going to be a very very different experience that you go to to our website in and go to our workforce side which is more of off again this year versus the CTO so yeah I mean the short answer is very very very different world but actors an identity platform we also so think about not only indicating people but also getting services nothing getting APS. I'd like to walk through a you log in with octa in some technical detail. Can you just explain what happens when a user logs into OCTA OCTA give me some of the breakdown of the security key management and the workflow of different services behind the scenes while that is one of the things that I think is part of our value develop W. bring to our customers that we make the complex. Look very very simple so let me there are a number of things that that could be involved in in an actor anticipation. I'M GONNA try to do is one of the most common ones would would may or may not be one of the simple so let's say you want to authenticate to you click. Let's let's say you you get an email and you get a link from sells for record that you wanna that you wanna see so the way it works. Is that UC a salesforce link on email email then you click on it in your browser. It's going to take you to that. SALESFORCE page. salesforce knows that you're trying to access a specific attendant. Then salesforce is configured to use OCTA or cellphones now dad four so we'll know that occupies your entity provider and so then salesforce is basically going to redirect you to Octa with some magic redirection and then your browser is actually going to show an OCTA page and it's going to be your sign on page. There's going to be customized to you so you're we already know the tenant. We're GONNA show you whatever page it's customized to meet whatever your tenant anemic and then he's probably going to be using Password Ryan the most simple simple scenario so you'd have been your username tapping your password dad since those grand French else to Octa they're not there are some policies that are evaluated and then at that point. We evaluate where you're coming from. If you're you're even allowed to the authenticate if you have any GEO location restrictions for example if you have any specific policies around your advice about your around your Ip address anything thing that gets gets evaluated in the policy so let's say you're policy requires a multi factor authentication so then at that point. We're going to return different pages to you you so that you can use one of the multi factor that you have configured and let's say that that factories push notification to your watch and so at that point the page that we send you it just going to be like hey you're going to be receiving push notification accepted and then at that point the backend is GonNa via the APN if you're using or whatever they apple push notification service or the notification service. You're going to get it to watch in your watch. You're going to see the location of their request. You're going to get some information you get in your watch. You say except that except go through different low. Obviously whatever you're watching using for wildfire lt and it's that's that's GonNa talk them out. There is going to make that connection is going to know that okay. I just had a partial session and the verification from the second factor that is going to create create a strongest indication now okay now. We know who you are now. We know who you are and then we're going to send that wasn't gonNA basically create a similar assertion and then we're gonNA that is really a token of you. Will that that we provide for your browser so that you can actually present that to salesforce so that can it gets to your browser. In the form of direct. You're basically to to salesforce salesforce will basically verified that signed by OCTA and they were so usually previous trust that was created when sales were initially configured and then finally cells. I will say okay no who you are. The salvation will have everything that they need to authorize. Is You and then you're. GonNa see the page that you had access to. That's a simple one. I can give you a little bit more complex. One wonderful now this. L. Associates one facet of OCTA. Which is that okay? This is core infrastructure and it needs to be quite fast and there's a lot of integration points. There's a lot of network hops so I'm wondering kind of instrumentation do you you have to be able to understand the trace of all of these different network hops and to be able to to diagnos latency issues that might be occurring along this complicated request path which by the way is just one of. I don't know how many integrations you have but you need. You must have some kind of standard instrumentation infrastructure for being able to detect. What's what's going on in this kind of trace. Can you tell me about that yeah. In this particular scenario I choose not to use multiple multiple identity providers or delegates indication for example averse an observer or some active directors indication there was involved in this flow which happens also for certain certain authentication paths right so you're absolutely right aware monarchic about monitoring and I guess the simplest answer is there is a request I I did that is basically past left and right but there is also a lot of systems that are involved in this and so we also are redone in the way we monitor our service and so we have several approach for ABM sold for log management and so we can actually track all of this and all of the of everything that is happening and we can tell of these requests Chris together but we cannot monitor that at human speed right that would be impossible at this scale that we are and so we also have created a lot awed of alerts and dashboards in curious sticks in analytics around all of these requests that are happening in our system and one thing that is I don't know how how unique it is but it was definitely unique ten years ago. Maybe I don't know if it's still unique now but our testing what's traditional like. Qa team team are testing is basically engineers that are not only kind of like doing the traditional black box testing. They're basically writing tests. In reading synthetic transactions sounds that are constantly having a doctor but in the just monitor what's going on but in addition to that they also create dashboard also create automated alerts they also create these humoristic to identify trends are are changing in that basically how we can monitor and react very quickly hopefully hopefully before customers nor or is there is there is a problem and then once kind of our automated systems alert. We have basically all the traceability of everything that is going on and we have threats halls across everything that I talked about for for example in delegated authentication when we have to negate to another system that is constantly being monitored when we train where even like a few customers are seeing light delays that basically triggers what we call tribal alert and those travel alerts go to allure of architects and engineers that are basically looking to see if there's a problem and if we we are anti that there is something that could potentially cause problems then they engineer calls what we called a flare and then when you call a flare is basically pager duty eh calling a number of again architects engineers and managers just looking to see if there could be any any customer impact after that we escalate to other phases of yellow. Oh and read just to make sure that we can try to take things that are not doing great in the service even before customers start noticing but again. This is something thing that we have evolved over ten years and over. Obviously I'm over simplifying it but yeah you hit the nail on the head. I mean we have to have traceability for everything that is happening because the complexity it is incredible and also this has to happen within seconds ready. Milliseconds looking for a job is painful and if you are in software and you you have the skill set needed to get a job in technology. It can sometimes seem very strange that it.
"hector" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"Talking here with Dr Hector Garcia about tribes Trump and the mess culet meal. I'm interested in terms. Like masculinity is it's it's something that when you say the word now, there's all this baggage attached to it. I mean, there are different. There's toxic masculinity. This fragile masculinity. And I think some of these are worth discussing, but we can we can say, you know, being masculine or feminine. Or what are these are not pejoratives? These are not when this is not it's not an insult to say someone is masculine or feminine. No. I don't believe it is no not at all. I'm interested in. We had mentioned on a show we were talking to Dr behavior, and if you others about the difference between masculinity and toxic masculinity, which something took me a second toxic masculinity. Some people are saying that being masculine is in itself toxic. Just totally, you know, need your for about a microseconds and then realize what they were talking about. And it's this sort of masculinity that. Is often handed down culturally from the father, the grandfather, you know, I'm going to toughen you up to tough to go. See a doctor. I'm too much of a man to share my feelings men don't crime and aren't vulnerable. I knew a guy who he was a man's, man. Right. That cliche man's man. He's a cowboy and he was he was working with a pocket knife. And he cut his finger like to the bone. And he refused to go to the doctor. Because a man, you know, just audits put a piece of duct tape on it and superglue the top of no one ever. No, you know into him. That's what men a real man doesn't need assistance. And so I'm interested in your perspective on masculinity versus toxic masculinity. Well, listen, I my big love is of luminary sciences. And I think they're so good at explaining the ultimate reasons for things that we do for our preferences for likes for dislikes for behaviors like you just described and not expressing emotion or not showing a motion. That's that has utility or had utility in our evolutionary past. So when you look at who we were as a species, we evolved in again, close-knit groups of small groups of of tribes people topping off at about one hundred fifty who were very frequently at war with one another. When we were hunter gathers. It was it was a very very violent times. So all the research points points to that. That fact that you know, one one study of hunter gatherer contemporary forager's in an hunter-gatherers found that up to thirty percent of men in those societies or killed by other men. So one of the ideas behind why men tend to withhold their emotions is because doing so in combat is has a great deal of value. There's there's a thousand ways that I could describe that. Scudding off your emotion doing what you're supposed to do. What you have to do to survive is necessary in combat even modern day combat. If you have to shoot somebody at close range, if you have to stop a bloody federal artery bleed, and and not freak out when you're doing it. You have to do that..
"hector" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Damn let's bring hector into the neighborhood hector hello hello hello there hector hector what is chicken deep frying chicken deep brian shaking so it's fraying nothing right okay all right all right now you gotta give me a no already hit us up what edge doc space twenty scenery do you and your busy karen dvd's rex my best friend venicebased nope let the phone leeann coop despite space walk nope oh way to make back a whole new free scott just now oh now thursdays i things touch now sound like my name is tito he'd be like dove got it space.
"hector" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"I fair interesting is to me i believe that made is the most away coast out there were than delors is still operating under some programming at least in my mind by ford at just the difference in what they say when made says revenge just the different they're all gernon well if my knees in the scene with the confederate ohs what of asteroids to fetch her betters and she said afraid there's no one else to fetch there's only me so you know the future's female ladies striking back but in such different ways at again there's two sides one is like his dark to these two working together or separately yeah it's hard to know but i feel like when when everybody in the room like is on maids side that tells me something you know hector's obviously team maeve sizemore i think team sizemore he's begrudgingly t maeve right now on but when maeve is the one who saying like you think the only way forward is to fight you think that you're free to command everybody else and she turns to teddy and says hey i know you you feel free and we already are feeling what teddy's seems to be healing where like what he is subliminally putting out that that seems to me like a this scene is very supportive of mavis worldview versus dolores as worldview that like deloris is kind of the very dedicated soldier and she's going to be at the center of a wad of a lot of the rebellion it self in all that action she certainly justified in a lot of her ideas and her desire to be free with the host but i think her methods being questioned by someone like maeve should really give people pause in terms of examining the dolores storyline.
"hector" Discussed on The Hustle Show: Entrepreneurs with No Filter
"We have my amazing friend hector welcome hector thinking of these word out here i'm very excited to have you here um you know you are were life urinal pass or you know if you're listening this on our podcast shell ring now we are recording da's in person so you might hear little background noise from the traffic because we're actually we have a nice view here in an office that than hector opened recently were were in weather give a ford thirdquarter floor um but of course is on top of the freeways so the view is really nice from here from el paso so and again you know we're gonna we're gonna dig into the the story in a to a regular show is just a little different form of his you know it's exciting to be able to provide this you know in person and only imprisonment everybody ray now has the ability to jump into the livestream so we're doing both see how it goes uh and you right now listening to us right now sold hustler's in old shoot us an email to me what you think of this episode being shoot recorded in person if you like it or budel like it if we should just stick to all minor just let me now social media the hustle show or to shoot me an email it chretien of the hassle show but we'll we'll we'll start with you know i wanna when a dig into your story man i know i know you you you were born here no hassle slash four as you know the border and in you come from up pro three tough back row and you went through a lot of style view you had to survive in income come out of pretty dark places by that same time you started different businesses and what you're doing right now in will pass opening peachtree your own agency would now sixty agents was impressive and out this is my reverse office either and we'll get to that but i wanna i wanna hear that of a moral your story 100 you get involving to entrepreneurship to begin with so go back to in at the thinks one west and let them off for years horror the advice and she sacrifice by suboptimal she was or you they're very rarely.