35 Burst results for "Jorge"
Giorgia Meloni's Values Are Similar to Donald Trump's Values
"One president who did not get us involved in another war. Donald Trump went out there and he was preaching the gospel of freedom and the American way of life and what's happening. People are embracing it. Look at what just happened in Sweden and then yesterday in Italy with the election of Jorge maloney, who, by the way, they want you to think that she's some sort of a female Mussolini. I mean, even some of the conservative news networks are buying into the language, calling her a far right extremist. Well, I want you to hear, this is what she said earlier today, she is preparing to be the first female premier in the country's history. Here's what she had to say in Italy. Quote we defend God country and family. Built on opposition to gender ideology and the LGBT lobby alongside support for strong borders and an end to limitless mass migration. Well, who does that sound like ladies and gentlemen? All she needed to do was come down a golden escalator and talk about how you, your platform once.
"jorge" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"So we're investing in that a lot. And then another constant source of the improvements for us is in the iteration of and how you build data products as a team with tests and the same way that you build software development projects anywhere. And if you think something like rails, for instance, like rails has migrations, when you want to put something in production, there's a way to do those things. With analytical data is not as straightforward because maybe a real application database is one gigabyte if and I'm pushing very high. But analytical database is going to be terabytes of data or more. So when you want to make changes, it's not as simple as, hey, I'm just going to run a query that is going to turn this column into something else. It can be very complex. So we're investing a lot in making that trivial save and easy. So that's a big, big technical challenge. And we're obviously hiring it. So anyone hearing this, we're always hiring. Awesome. Well, I'm glad that you're solving these problems so that I don't have to. I can just use the cool stuff. And I really appreciate you coming on and teach us how quick house in tiny bird thinking about calling our databases and parallel databases as compared to LTP stores. I think this was really useful to a lot of people. So Jorge, thanks for coming on, talking about tiny word and best of luck to you all going forward. Of course, thank you for having me, Alex.
"jorge" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"A developer first, observability platform that provides an unparalleled ability to collect any piece of data, including logs, traces, and metrics. From the deepest levels of live code in their production environments, with the click of a button. Unlike traditional monitoring tools and APMs, which tend to focus on metrics that DevOps engineers and SREs care about on the infrastructure level, workout is built from the ground up for developers, who care more about the actual code and business logic of their applications. Try it at dot com today. Yeah, so Jorge, you are the founder of tiny bird, which is a real-time analytics company. Tell us more, what is tiny bird do? So tiny bird is a platform and a set of tools that speed up and simplify development over a huge amount of data over data at any scale, really. Just using the SQL query language. It helps developers ingest and transform data at any scale, and then it also enables them to build APIs that they can expose and integrate into their products. So you can think of it as a data warehouse for developers. One that they can use as a backend to build and scale APIs over any amount of data. It also works serverless. So it's designed specifically for developers that might not be familiar with infrastructure, such that you don't have to worry about how many servers you need to provision or what's the right configuration for each of them, et cetera. You just throw data at us and we take care of helping you scale it up. And essentially, our goal is to enable any developer to build and scale data products and applications over any amount of data, whether that's big or small, awesome. I love it. I want to get more into the architecture and all that stuff later on. But one question I have here is like, what data size should I have before I start considering tiny bird? I mean the beauty of it is that it doesn't really matter. This works really well anyway. It's more about what type of data more than the size of the data. And what you want to do with it. So it's great for analytical data is when you want to figure out things based on data that you're generating constantly. More so than to build transactional application, like an ecommerce or something like that. It is to analyze data and do things based on that, whether that is informational or automation or personalization. There's a bunch of use cases for that. But one of our goals is that it's always fast. So it doesn't matter if you're starting with a few hundred records per minute or something like that or thousands of records per second. This is assigned to build up. And our key value probe is not just the scale, is the speed at which you can develop at any scale. So how quickly you can get to market with your solution. So that's the core of our focus. Is that combination? Awesome. And so you're talking about, you mentioned speed of analytics queries as well. Can you give me a sense of like, hey, some of your large scale users like how many rows are we talking and what's the query times for doing analytics over those rows? Yeah. So we have customers that are ingesting 250,000 records per second, for instance. And based on that, they are building a bunch of different use cases from a web application firewall that APIs that are analyzing the data that is coming in constantly to detect denial of service attacks and mitigate them automatically to using that data also to build usage based billing or also to show it to your customers as user facing or in product analytics. So those are the sizes that we can manage and that's just one customer. So obviously, the aggregate of that is much more. And then we have, on the other side, on the query side, up to thousands of requests per second as well in terms of APIs that are exposed. And those have to be very low latency such that it can scale because otherwise it becomes prohibitive. So we see depending on the use case, but we see latencies of 30 milliseconds or 60 milliseconds and sometimes 200 milliseconds, but it really depends on your use case and what you're trying to optimize for. Absolutely. And we hear this, I think, in the last couple of years, we've heard more and more people talking about real time, real-time data, things like that. What does this mean real time? Like how real time is this, especially for large aggregation techniques how behind is my data there? is really interesting. And this is something that we've been finding a lot in conversation since we started a lot of people here real time and immediately disconnect from the conversation because what does it really mean real time? Where is the line that divides real time from not real time? But also because a lot of data teams are working with batch processes and have been doing that for many years and a lot of people immediately said, oh, we don't need real-time for a use case. The thing is that real-time is so crazy better than not real time, that once you start solving problems in real time, first is super sticky because you start thinking, wow. I didn't even realize this was possible. And you start thinking, hey, what else can I do with real time? But also, it opens up when you sort of reduce the order of magnitude of time that queries take, it opens up new ways of working. Both from the point of view of development is not the same if your query takes a few milliseconds when you're developing, then if it takes 30 seconds, your experience of development is very different. But also from the operational point of view, if you can know exactly what's going on right now with your ecommerce or the marketing campaign you just put out or the players in your games, whether they've just hit a specific goal or something like that. And you can react to that automatically. It really changes the way that companies operate. And we've seen that repeated over and over. How they start thinking about their business in a different way. And it opens up new opportunities. So when we talk about real-time, we talk about the combination of where data is being generated and what is being consumed. And we're talking about subsecond couple of seconds there. That's enough to consider it real time and to enable all of those new ways of working. I love that how, you know, just really tightening that feedback loop. How it just changes behavior. It reminds me of like software release cycles and how that's changed. You know, it's not a quarter releasing. Actually, just doing continuous integration and how that it's not just speeding up, it's changing how you build stuff and iterate and all sorts of things. Exactly. It's a new paradigm, and it's really difficult to explain until you actually use it. One of the beauties of vanity Verde is, you know how, for instance, Kafka it enables you to enter this data and you have those topics that you can consume at different speeds by different consumers. So it's great in the sense that you don't have to decide in advance what you're going to do with the data. So Daniel Berg works like that as well, like you can start ingesting in real time and sold one use case, but actually because the data is there and writing a new use case is just one SQL query away. And then you activate an API and putting you can start consuming it. It drives a lot of usage. You can bring in other data to enrich it. So we've seen great expansion within our accounts because first, the real-time aspect of it. And also because it's so quick to develop and put new things in production that becomes a sort of a no brainer to do more things. There's been beautiful to see. Yeah, awesome. Okay, I want to dig into the architecture and technical bits a little bit. I mean, first of all, what's happening under the hood with tiny bird like power these perform at least or these huge olap queries. What's going on there? Yeah, so we use click house as our database under the hood. And we take advantage of a lot of the real-time capabilities of click house and we contribute to them as well. Can you tell me a second about what is click house? Yeah, maybe just for people that aren't familiar. Yeah, so glucose is an open-source database that came out of Yandex.
Orioles hit 5 homers, outslug Red Sox in wild 15-10 win
"Anthony Santander hit one of the Orioles 5 home runs and collected four RBIs in a 1510 win over the Red Sox Jorge Mateo adley rushman Ryan mountcastle and Raymond urias also connected for the Orioles who had combined to score three runs and dropping their previous two games Matteo's three run blast in the second put the birds ahead Santander added a two run double in addition to his career high 21st home run Baltimore torch Boston for 15 runs by the 5th inning The teams combined for 37 hits 19 by the Red Sox I'm Dave ferry
Rasmussen loses perfect game in 9th, Rays beat Orioles 4-1
"Drew Rasmus and flirted with perfection in the rays four one win over the Orioles Rasmussen had a perfect game until Jorge Mateo doubled on the first pitch of the 9th inning Matteo later scored on a wild pitch by Rasmussen who struck out 7 over a career high 8 and a third innings Randy arose arena hit a two run Homer off Jordan lyles with two out in the third lyles was lifted with one out in the 5th charged with four runs in 5 hits The outcome puts Tampa Bay one and a half games ahead of Baltimore for the final AL wild card slot I'm Dave ferry
Mateo has 5 hits, Orioles pound Rays 10-3 for 8th win in 10
"The Orioles made it 8 wins in ten games by blowing past the rays tend to three Jorge Mateo had a career high 5 hits and rug NATO door provided four of the birds 19 hits Adley ruchman and Cedric Mullins Homer to back Austin wolf who carried a no hitter into the 6th inning Mullins and Anthony Santander had three hits apiece Both is three and one since being claimed off waivers from the nationals two months ago limiting Tampa Bay to two runs and three hits over 5 and a third innings Randy or rosarina hit a two run Homer for the rays who've dropped four or 5 I'm Dave ferry
"jorge" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Everything. Like in one, can win sorry, spending, routing, tabitha, there, depending on what they have or horses, baby horses, female boys, no matter what you have, I don't want to be known by having one, it's basically one angle like this spring trainer or this is a baby trainer or this is a claim in trainer. I want to have it all. And pretty much thank God the stats are showing that we pretty good of the claim. We are pretty good with the first timer. We're pretty good with three rolls. We pretty good running claimings or running main special ways or running stage of waste eggs or it doesn't matter where we've got like we already have I just wing. Where do you need to improve the most right now? I wouldn't move or fit anything that I have right now. I just try to focus more on getting better horses and new clients and Broadway clients that are already in the big leagues. Not many as a claiming, I would happy to train them and to have them is the good horses and the stakes of the are going to show you around that I'm going to give you a reputation that is going to last forever. So right now I'm just trying to focus now that the sales are coming 18, 25 year links that have the potential to be good to it and really good sales. So maybe I'm lucky and have a whole thing and go to the Kentucky area or to areas of international show, I asked you the one attribute or quality of your father as a trainer that you have tried to emulate. How about your uncle Gustavo? What are some of the things that he does well that you have tried to take away from his operation and do it your way? Well, I always say more this is more personal like of his personality and his character. The guys never satisfied and it doesn't matter what happened that day guru but the next day he worked harder and he gets a little better. He will do he's a guy that is always pushing for better and always striving for better. It's easy to say but it's not easy to do it when they do have 300 savings 65 days and through the years to keep that intensity and that determinant is remarkable. So I think that was the thing I appreciated for his experiences and for all his lessons that the guy in life he always never back down he never fills down like makes us there is always moving forward. He will turn the page and move forward and move forward and try to do things different or better but it will move forward. The whole win or lose he always move forward. So I try to be the same. I'd like to be always like a baseball player that one day got stuck out the first three in the first I forget that right away and I tried to go to the next one and not keep it down in my mind too much so I don't waste time and I don't get stuck in the past. I just try to move forward and be better every day. And you've done it very, very well and it must be fun when you get to run against your uncle too and kind of lock horns with him on the racetrack. I'm sure that's a fun family dynamic too visiting with Jorge Delgado who is my special guest here on trainer talk presented by phasic tipton Jorge we're down to the final three minutes or so in the program and I always like to wrap up the show by asking trainers to tell me something about themselves that we haven't talked about yet. So any other hobbies or interests or sports that you follow or anything like that that you enjoy doing outside of racing. And a big fan of basketball and a big fan of soccer. I love music. I love to listen to music and every other like that's one of my things. I like to go to the gym and like clean my mind and try to feel better mentally and just put my airports on and lead it to music is one of my favorite things to do. And pretty much I consider myself, I can see I can be seen a little rough sometimes scary. I've been told, but I'm pretty much, in my opinion, I'm down to fun times and time and I'm pretty much there myself more like a child and more like a key to have a junk so I'm just I will leave my time person and just try to have the time. Yeah, I don't find you scary at all. I never was scared doing this show with you my friend. Never once. I heard that in this wagon, not so long ago. I guarantee she has looking for a job and she says, I just want to go, but you always saw the focus and you look scary. Focused. Dialed in, whatever word you want to use to describe it. That is Jorge Delgado. It's been a wonderful, wonderful hour hearing your story, Jorge. I can't thank you enough
"jorge" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Happens so fast. And you want to learn everything about all the horses because it's not like you claim a horse like you get to know the horse individually from in two days or do you see the farm? It's set in setting horses that you get overnight and you want to watch the replaces and you want to know what they're doing when was the last time they were trying to work out. And when I got there and I have my impressions, I knew right from the beginning that I have a lot of work to do and they have a lot of room to improve with a good thing and 8 months later that is now the stats are there. And we have won the same on one races that they wanted last year, but with 70 star less and we have made the same money with 70 star less beside that we already want to great x-rays. And things are looking good for the net 5 months. So I think it was a win win for me and for them. Yeah, you know, it's interesting, Jorge, as I'm listening to you, tell that story, which by the way is a fantastic story. And I'm so happy for you that this all came together the way it did. But as I'm listening to you tell that story, I'm thinking, you know, even in sports with coaches or managers, you're only as good as the players that you have. You can be a Hall of Fame manager or a Hall of Fame coach, but if you don't have the players, it's hard to coach up talent and get them to an elite level. It's kind of the same thing with a horse trainer, right? Now that you have this influx of talent, you can really showcase your skills. You did exactly. Just like that. Now that I'm having and getting better horses or better quality horses, I've been able and looking to show more what I can do. I try to focus always be a better idea. You can do
Twins top Blue Jays 7-3 behind clutch Polanco, strong 'pen
"The twins beat the Blue Jays 7 to three to keep their two game lead over the guardians atop the AL central Jorge Polanco had a pair of two out RBIs Jose Miranda Homer and all star Luis Arias went three for 5 with an RBI Araya is double twice and scored on both of Polanco's clutch hits Those contributions allowed Minnesota to overcome Bo bichat's home run into the RBIs Blue Jays reliever Tim maze has suffered a dislocated non throwing shoulder while trying to field a bunt attempt in the 6th inning Vladimir Guerrero junior went two for 5 with a run scored extending his career high hitting streak to 17 games for the Blue Jays I'm Dave ferry
Jorge López gets 1st save with Twins in 4-1 win over Tigers
"The twins kept their one game lead in the AL central by downing the tigers four to one Minnesota received contributions from a pair of newcomers as sandy Leone drove in two runs and Jorge Lopez collected his first save since being acquired from Baltimore Leon delivered a two run double a day after coming over from the guardians Joe Ryan had a bounce back start after being tagged for 5 home runs and ten earned runs versus the Padres on Saturday This time Ryan struck out 9 over 5 innings and blank Detroit until Riley green's RBI single in the 5th I'm Dave ferry
Alfaro, Voit, Machado lead HR parade as Padres rout Twins
"The batteries had their first 5 Homer game of the season in a ten one thrashing of the twins Jorge alfaro launched a three run shot and Luke Voight and Manny Machado added two run blasts Camera song and Eric Hosmer added solo shots for the Padres helping Blake Snell get to three and 5 Snell helped Minnesota to four hits over 6 innings including Byron buxton's fourth inning blast Joe Ryan surrendered San Diego's 5 homers and fell to 7 and four yielding ten runs over four and two thirds He was pulled during the Padres 6 run 5th I'm Dave ferry
Rays beat Orioles 6-4 in 10 innings to end 4-game skid
"The race four game losing streak is over after Randy arose arena hit a two run double in the tenth inning giving Tampa Bay a 6 four victory over the Orioles The rays loaded the bases on an infield hit and a walk before a rose arena delivered against Jorge Lopez The rally occurred after Jorge Mateo sent the game to extra innings with a one out solo shot in the 9th G man Choi and Luke Rayleigh homeward for the rays who totaled just 9 runs during their skid The birds are 14 and 7 this month and missed a chance to move two games over 500 this late in the season for the first time since 2017
Orioles overcome 3-run deficit vs Cole, beat Yankees 6-3
"The Orioles came from a three run deficit against Garrett Cole and went on to beat the Yankees 6 to three The Orioles scored two in the 7th and two more in the 8th Cedric Mullins hit a sac fly to give them a four three lead and Ramona reus hit a two run Homer to complete the comeback We just stayed together We've been doing it During the season and we just feel good We fight through the whole game and we don't give up Seeing Al Perez got the win Jorge Lopez earned his 18th save the Yankees have lost three or four 8 of 12 and were one for 14 with runners in scoring position Craig heist Baltimore
Polanco, 3 Twins' homers sink Lynn, White Sox in 6-3 win
"The twins Homer three times off Lance Lynn in a 6 three victory over the White Sox Jorge Polanco delivered the big blow a three run blast while Minnesota scored 5 times in the third inning Luis harias led off the bottom of the first with a Homer and Carlos Correa added a two run shot as the twins were building a 6 zero lead Winning pitcher Dylan Bundy allowed three runs over 5 and a third innings to help the twins win for just the third time in 9 games Lin was pulled after 5 innings The White Sox ended a four game winning streak and fell four games behind the AL central leading twins I'm Dave
Profar collapses after collision, Padres beat Giants in 10
"The Padres almost wasted a strong pitching performance by Joe musgrove before knocking off the Giants two one in ten innings Jorge alfaro won it with an RBI single with the bases loaded One inning after Brandon Crawford singled home the tying run for San Francisco Manny Machado Homer to back musgrove who limited the Giants to one hit over 7 shout out innings Padres outfielder jerks and pro far collapses he was trying to walk off the field following a scary outfield collision Profar was placed on a stretcher and driven away I'm Dave
Miranda, Twins rally again in bottom of 9th, beat Orioles
"The twins scored twice in the 9th to earn their second straight walk off win over the Orioles four to three Jorge Polanco tied it in the knife with a solo Homer off Jorge Lopez and Jose Miranda won it with a single It's the second consecutive blown save for Lopez who served up a two run game winning Homer to Byron buxton on Friday Nick Gordon smacked a solo shot at Minnesota received four shutout innings of one hit relief from jharrel cotton and Emilio pagan Baltimore wasted a strong outing by Jordan lyles who allowed a run in just 5 base runners over 6 and a third I'm Dave
Why Drew Hernandez Is Becoming One of the Best Frontline Journalists
"And this is why we're so excited to have you and partner with you and do things, which is this kind of grassroots you frontline journalism. Because it's hard, right? I mean, you get sweaty, you don't get to sit in an air conditioned office, right? And so just talk a little bit about that because you're kind of becoming known as kind of one of the, if not the best front lines journalist where, you know, when the sparks are flying and antifa comes out, drew Hernandez is there, but talk about the hours, talk about the Gritty, gritting the side of it, right? Yeah, I mean, you know, shout out to the team though. The front lines team, they really helped me with booking the flights and getting me where I need to be. The logistics. The logistics, right? But like the actual on the ground when you're on the ground, it's a lot of instincts. You have to know what's coming. You have to know what you need to film at the right time to kind of have to kind of have a feel of the crowd. I mean, it's a difference environment. I mean, I view it kind of like, I don't want it to put it this way, but every kind of arena is like a different level, like a video game. Like that's how I view it. I don't treat it that way because you could get really different challenges. Different challenges, you know what I mean? There's different levels. There's like expert hard, medium, easy. It really is. I mean, for instance, if you go to Portland, you go undercover with antifa. That is probably the hardest thing to do right now is going to cover and get that kind of footage with them. But you go to like a protest somewhere in Arizona where it's not that hard. So you kind of have to what I always encourage people is not everyone can do what I do. I think a lot of people try to. I mean, you can. You can just run out there with a camera and film something, but to consistently keep doing this on like a monthly, weekly basis, it does take an amount of skill. Precision has involved precision because you have to be able to see things. Like when you see people like Savannah Hernandez or Julio Rojas with town call Julio is great. Julio with town hall media or Jorge Ventura with daily college. There's also a lot of these people are extremely talented. They're very talented. They know what they're looking
Santander homers, points to dad in the stands, O's edge Rays
"Anthony Santander blasted a first stinting home run onto Baltimore's Utah street Cedric Mullins followed up with an RBI double in the third and that proved enough for the Orioles as they beat the Tampa Bay Rays two to one They had to do it without their scheduled starter Jordan lyles scratched with a stomach virus forcing manager Brandon Hyde into a bullpen game The Oz used 7 pitchers Austin both the recent waiver claim from the nationals started throwing two and two thirds scoreless innings with four strikeouts Picked up the win and Jorge Lopez earned his 11th save I'm Ben
Update From the Frontlines of the Southern Border With Drew Hernandez
"A new project at turning point USA frontlines with drew Hernandez and drew Hernandez has been a frontline journalist for years, testified in the Kyle rittenhouse trial did a wonderful job. And the whole idea was that we want to go tell the stories as we see it, not through some sort of filter. And drew is bold and he has courage. You are also doing the pro choice stuff recently, all the abortion stuff, right? Yeah, we were at the Arizona state capitol and capturing all the psychopaths. Some people were throwing up signs that said a fetus equals a good snack. It wasn't a troll. I mean, but this is what we do. We just capture the psychos and just basically put up a mirror to who they are. And show the world. You did Kyle rittenhouse, I think, was a free man largely thanks to your testimony and your footage. Also, of course, obviously you did some wonderful work and have been doing some wonderful work. Throughout Texas, you did some interesting work last week, but what happened last night, I think of some of your most noteworthy work recently. So tell us about it. You went down to Yuma. Is that right? So yeah, we were just filming for frontlines, the past couple days down at the southern border, Yuma here in Arizona. It was a little slow because we showed up yesterday during the day and obvious for obvious reasons the heat is rising like crazy here. Hundreds of 105. It's up there, especially down there. And so some of the border patrol agents, they were very nice. They're being really cool, being very joking and funny with us. And they're like, you need to come back around midnight if you want to see something. And I was like, really, and he's like, yeah, midnight. So maybe around 5 in the morning. And so the team and I, Jorge and Turo is with us too with the daily caller. He was helping us out. It's a great reporter. He's a great reporter, put out viral footage as well. You guys need to go follow him at Ventura report on Twitter. We were like, let's just pull a night shift. Let's just do it and see what happens. I love it. So we shifted gears. We were going to film the next day and hopefully try and film something, but we just took the chance. We showed up at midnight and we started to see some apprehensions. I mean, you've been down there, right? You've been down again. I think I've been right to this very sector. Okay, that's it. That's the get into the exact same place. Right near the Native American reservation. Okay. I know precisely where you were. So we were kind of watching the sequence happen, right? So a little further away from the Indian reservation where there's the actual gap in the wall. I know what you're talking about. That's where the runners were all the men are being sent. Sometimes they'll run drugs through there or sometimes that's kind of where the single men will try and get through. But then further down by the Indian reservation, that open part two is where the family units come, where they're just massive
Santander's 3-run HR in 9th leads Orioles past Yankees 9-6
"Anthony Santander had a three run walk off Homer off Lucas litke in the 9th as the Orioles beat the Yankees 9 to 6 to avoid a four game sweep DJ le mayu tied the game at 6 6 with an RBI single in the top of the 9th off Jorge Lopez Brandon Hyde's team salvaged the final game of the series against the hottest team in baseball We lost three pretty close game two one run games here against the Yankees and then when the last game of the series hopefully we can start to continue to take these sort of bats going forward John Carlos Stanton singled homered and drove in three runs for New York Robinson Shireen had a two run Homer for the Orioles Felix Bautista got the win to even his record at one and one Craig heist Baltimore
El American: Unapologetically Pursuing Freedom
"Debbie and I today are gonna do a joint interview, which we do occasionally. And we're just delighted to welcome to the podcast and the program Jorge granier Phillips. He's the founder and CEO of el American. We're gonna talk about el American, but Jorge is an entrepreneur he's an award winning media producer. He's produced shows for Netflix, for Warner Brothers, ABC, CBS, and he's now building all American, which is America's first bilingual conservative platform for Hispanics. Yes, it's a little correction. It's Phelps. Phelps, so sorry. Yes, yes. So welcome to the podcast finally Jorge. It's great to have you. Thank you very much. Thank you, Debbie. Thank you to Nash, it's a pleasure to be here and an honor. Thank you very much. Yes. Jorge, tell us about el American. This is an exciting idea because of course Hispanic programming, at least in this country has been dominated by telemundo. It's been dominated by the left politically, and it seems like you're trying to create an alternative. How did you develop the idea to do that? Yes. I think the idea came to us me and my cofounder during the last, I say three years. We started to see a trend within the media that was wearing and troublesome. There was also an issue of polarization in the U.S., which we had seen in our native Venezuela. So we got together with a group of local investors all from the Hispanic community from different parts of the United States, and we decided to create an alternative in the new segment that treated and Hispanics in a more fair way. And provided the foundations of that this country was built upon and why we came here looking for a better life and are now into our second, third and fourth generation of Hispanic steering in the U.S..
Polanco HR, 4 RBIs; Twins beat Red Sox 8-3 on Patriots' Day
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"jorge" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"They come in medium size. There's a small size they fit in your pocket, your purse, you name it. You can take it around traveling around the world as things start to open up after COVID and whatever, but yeah, bring your sketch wallet, they have lined addition to for like notepads so you can actually sketch sketch N one or you can have one that's a notepad. You can put notes in there. Create your next show. Thanks to sketch wallet. You've got to check them out, sketch while dot com. Go there. Now, thank you guys for listening and now back to the show. Let me say this is that, you know, I always tell people this my students and whatever, but success breeds opportunity, right? Yeah. All of that couldn't have been possible if it wasn't for all the steps before that, too. So LT gray getting on air and you guys, that was your first baby, right? And then book of life. And really pushing and pursuing that. I know from talking to you in the past, that has had a lot of ups and downs of how it got to the screen finally. And then was success there. And then, of course, now at Netflix. And they're the right company to be at. I mean, it feels like they're going to do a little Jorge Gutierrez annexed or something on the animation building. They're supposed to be. And it'll be the sondra and Jorge manics. I could see that coming down the road. I'm just so, I mean, but Tony, I got to say, yes, success has spread opportunity, but also failure. All right, I like to put a big emphasis on failure because for example, we started with a little web show at Tony. That got canceled. But thanks to that getting canceled, we got a pilot at Disney. And thanks to that I go and we got a D grade in colonial. Yeah. And it will be great had it kept going and it wouldn't have been canceled after one season. No book of life. Not to mention that because of yeah. If I may interject really quickly right here because of those failures and because of all the projects that he's been on that we've been on, we've been kind of like getting to know different talent and he's been a massive people that could actually come and help us draw onto the next one. Well, and let's dig just slightly on that because when you said I'm doing multiple things and all that, and yeah, you said there's an autistic side to that and being able to totally agree with that. Also. But what I want to say is, you can't do that without a trusted crew. That is really the key to how you can now sprinkle yourself all over, I was trying to think of a fun analogy there. So urinate, I'm going to pass that up. Okay, yeah. No, that's salty. He sees there's he seasoning. Oh salty and everything. I like that. Much better than urinating. I wasn't going to say that. That was Tony. Yeah, disgusting. So yeah, that's casting, tell me more. But this is where I'm going to start from a little bit of light on Sandra. So wait, Sandra? Yeah, yeah. Okay..
"jorge" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"A cold steak. What a golf. Yeah, he's playing at home left over. I called carne asada. And I'm a Sandra. They want to make our warrior prison. And she goes, oh, hey, you're drunk. Just go to sleep. And sleep it out. Maybe maybe it's something that happened. And then the next day, my manager called and said, yeah, they want to move forward. Back and forth. Wow. And so that commitment, yeah, next day, that's amazing. So that commitment stood and has stood. Ever since. And that's another amazing thing that and I remember there was in Hollywood are often said, oh yeah, let's do that, blah, blah, blah, and it doesn't happen. And it doesn't happen, right? But not only that, it grew, didn't it? Because as you were working, didn't they, they were negotiating, you got a new deal that also included a pre-K show I want to say? Yeah, so what ended up happening was I signed for three projects. It was Maya, my space western and an unannounced thing. And Maia got stuff in my head started coming back 'cause you know, you guys know the promise of something and the reality of something. I very different. And delivering on time and on schedule and everybody being happy with it, to me, that's the holy. Yeah, the whole thing, if you can pull off those three things. Yeah. On time, on budget. And everybody loves it. You're a bulletproof. At that point. Because being late and it looking good, anybody can do that. Yeah. Yeah. Right? Very expensive. And. You're lucky if you get two out of those three, but if you get all three, you're golden. So once I started seeing this stuff from my account, are you saying that you're hitting all three of those? Yeah. Yeah. Oh, okay. Not only were we hitting all those, but we were can I credit Tim you know? Yeah, our producer commune was instrumental in this. She was also with us on. He had produced LT grant, so he was coming from TV. I had learned feature stuff. So we really sort of like voltron figured out our system. Came together. And then Netflix at that point, when I holy cow, we're leaving you alone because there was very literal interference. We have a brilliant executive Megan Casey who kind of kept an eye on us, but they were so happy that at that point they said, well, we, just like you guys said, we want to be in the heart of the Jorge business. Let's extend our relationship. What do you got? What do you want to make? And I said, well, let me give me a month and I will present to you some ideas. And they give you a month and then I showed up with basically ten pictures. And I said, here's a movie idea. Here's preschool ideas. Here's live action. Here's a adult animation. Here's two other series ideas. I basically pitch the whole slate. Dang. Already sort of with what each thing was going to be. And they invited all the executives from all the divisions. And wait, I'm assuming this is Jorge. So he had artwork to go with everything. Oh, yeah. Oh, of course. Okay. The card catalog was there, so. Right. 'cause for me, it's don't pay me to develop. I'll develop on my own. If you like it, we'll make it, but if you pay me to develop it, then you own it. And I don't want that. Walk away with my thing if it doesn't work out. So by doing it that way, I got to show literally without any money, here's what I would do. And I, you know, I'm used to spending my own money on pitches. They saw all that and it was like a buffet. And each executive from each division went, oh, we like that one. Oh, we like that one. And sometimes two divisions would go, well, we both like that one. So then at that point, that said, yeah, we got to give you an overall so you can do all these things for all these departments. And that was it. So what does it tell 2024? Yeah. Hopefully. And we have a movie we're working on now. We have another series we're working on now. We have a preschool thing we're working on now. I mean, there's we've never been busier, but it's all things to Maya and it's all thanks to being able to do all those things while making Maya because I get a musical video. Well, that's the question. So are you saying there was overlap there while you were doing my Ross to develop the pre-K thing and all those things, right? Proving that I'm not a working on a thing at a time person that I can work on multiple things, you know, whether it be features or shorts or series, they literally need to see you be able to do it to go. All right. Okay, it's cool. She can do. Yeah. And, you know, I talk about this all the time. I think the reason I can do that stuff for me at least, it's autism. I need an allows me to really separate things in my brain and I think that's the velocity factor too. Emeralds, like you said, these steam rules. He's just nonstop. And it's hard to catch up. It's like chasing a naked baby trying to get a diaper on him. Right. Yes. He has a naked baby. I think it may be doing that with Tom. Gosh. Put your diaper on. Don't let yourself. Now, nobody's believing that. Come on. That's what we call tomfoolery, Tony. If I could just interrupt for a moment here, I want to talk about something that I think we're all interested in, drawing, yes. Taking cash around, having a wallet, all good things. How about sketch wallet? It's the best of both worlds. It's a sketchpad and a wallet designed to be together. That's right, our good friend Ralph, who created the sketch wallet is a good friend of the podcast and he has the sketch wallet available now at sketch wall at dot com. It makes a perfect gift. Come on, for all of your super macho artist.
"jorge" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"Is always the worst thing to say, I think. I think that Jorge has this thing in his head. It's like a card catalog. Multiple card catalog where it's like we're it depends on where he is. He knows exactly what project to whip out. Because there's always a project in alphabetical order. And he's just like, I can just imagine what happened that night and I like his private librarian went into his card catalog and just was like, this is it. Yeah, she's having the alarm. She was like, what's happening? Thank you for bringing that up. I still want to see inside out, but in Jorge's brain. Yes. That's a movie idea. Who's in there? Yeah. My wife always says that about me Sandra and maybe you know this about Jorge too. She's always saying like, there's a little guy that's in charge of like you saying stupid things. And I said, he's asleep at the will. We need to wake that little guy up. I totally agree with that. I totally agree. Yeah, yeah. And what I do podcasters. It wasn't magical time. Netflix animation was, you know, trying to establish itself. And they needed to start big, right? You only get one opportunity to make a first impression. And there was a lot of big people at that at that place. I'm not going to say some of the names that were there. Thank you. Skeptical. They were like, I don't buy this, right? I come from so good to be true. I come from traditional studios and this is not how you make a traditional studio. So there are a lot of seasoned people who just didn't believe it. Basically said, yeah, this is a fad. There's no way this was going to last. And they turned him down like they left without man. Oh, that kills me. Too good people. And then there were people honestly like me who said, I've been, I've worked with every, you know, at this point, I've worked at every studio in town. I have never been a part of a studio from the ground up. Yeah. Like there's no exciting. This is super exciting to me. We get to do stuff that no one else can do. Come home from that party. It's your birthday. Saunders upset because you chose a Netflix party over a family birthday. And what do you tell her when you were a little woozy too? With like a little sad party hat on the side. They're angrily watching TV. With.
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"I got to go. I do. Thanks for sir. I do it to you. Look at that. We did get The Lego Movie story. After all, good. And then and so it was super strange. It was like Harry Potter with the owl showing up with an invitation that go to dream daughter Netflix, sunset on this day, which turned out to be my birthday. So I ended up going and they had this weird, you know, sounds like you're Illuminati, but it was like a party and all these directors and all these show creators are there. Lots of liquor and pizzas were there. Oh my goodness. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Thanks. Yeah. Santa was like, you're missing your birthday for this? I was like, it's like Harry Potter? I kind of wanted it to Hogwarts, I gotta go. I know. Yeah. They sent me down after a few tequilas. And they said, all right, Jorge. We are not for centime, and we want to do the type of projects that no studios can do right now. So the golden ticket. Pictures something that you don't think you can get made anywhere in town. Oh man. That's awesome. That's Netflix. It's like a one and only drink. Yeah. So literally at that moment, the tombstones of all my ancestors all over Mexico started shaking with joy. They're like parents. Yes. And then, you know, for anybody who's seen my in the three, I basically pitched the ending when I pitch mine. I said, this is how it ends. And this is how it starts. And I asked, I said, give me the money of one movie. And I will give you three movies worth. Of course, it's so big. That it can't be told in 90 minutes. But it's not a TV show because it has a definite ending. Yeah. So making the sets making the characters, all those things cost the same if the movie is, you know, one hour or four hours. So we're gonna say about a ton of money and we're gonna be really smart. And I, you know, we made book a life for 50 million. So give me something equal to that. And I will give you three movies. And usually at that point, the exact call security and the taking out of the building. And they have been beaten outside. That was a good sales pitch, though. I'll give you that, so. Yeah, go ahead. And so they said, you know, to their credit, they said, all right, we want to make that. Let's do it. I mean, I kind of feel like you painted a, you know, for a movie movie executive that are always interested in saving money. Now, one thing I heard about, especially Netflix during that time period, I don't think it's true about Netflix now. But they just had like an open wallet of money and cash that they were bringing in and giving out and so I kind of thought you were going to say and they wanted the best. And they were going to be. They were in the they wanted to get in the Jorge Gutierrez business. That's what I'm here. And I would have thought that it would have been the opposite that you would have been like, take all these three directors. Any of these three directors at the party, whatever you're giving them, I will give you one movie for that price. Yeah. I mean, you're kind of in the driver's seat. You get a set of the opposite, right? You could have said, you know, what are the three budgets, put them together? Three movies, and I don't give you a half hour special. Ever seen before. Yeah. Well, okay, but, you know, what's exciting about this story is that it sounds like and this all happened at that party, right? This isn't later. Okay, so right there. You're ready. Yeah, you're ready. We're ready. This is Jorge. This sums up Jorge the most to me and every story I've heard about you is that one like your wife wonderfully said you always have ideas. But you're ready. And you already had that pitch too. You had that sales pitch probably, right? You didn't make that up on the spot. You were ready to say that. And I love that because you know that was going to happen. Did you know that was going to end that party invitation was going to be question? I did think they're probably going to ask us if you have stuff. Because I've been doing enough Hollywood meetings where they're meet and greets where you're just supposed to be friendly and meet each other. But they ultimately ask, hey, do you have any thing you want to do? Yeah, but most people would say, most people would say, yeah, I do, actually, but let me develop some or give me a couple days. Let's come back next week and which.
"jorge" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"Other because I had just gone out of a bad relationship. Usually how it happens, right? Yeah, but the suitors were kind of like, when was a crier and the other one was like you were looking for super macho. Complete opposite, right? Right opposite. So I didn't want to have anything to do with anyone else and my sister, my older sister, new Jorge and said, dude, I just met this guy and he's just like you. And he's crazy, and he loves art. And he loves comics and he likes to draw, and he's gonna you guys are totally gonna click and I was like, I don't want anything to do with that. And he's like, well, you know, do you want to go out tonight? There's going to be a concert with the groups that you like and I'll be willing to go with you and you know as an extra bonus court he's going to be there and I was like, and I was like, fine. I'll go but not for Jorge. I'll go because I like the group. So I went and I get there and Jorge wasn't anywhere to be found. And my sister was like desperate. The plan is gonna go through. She was two hours late. I was an hour late. I was an hour late. Either way, that's a good amount of time. Yeah. Right. Did Jorge just leave? Did you just stop waiting? No, he was in the mosh pit. Yeah, I went into the mosh pit. Yeah. I guess he got frustrated and he went into the mosh pit. And then finally, when we were out to leave, he comes out of this like a sweaty. Yeah, just like, like, what's his name? Pig pen. Yeah. And he's like sweaty and he has like dirt and his nostrils and his face. It was blood. And he was just so excited and happy to have just come out of this like I don't know. Danna violence. Yes. Yes. Violence. And I was like, oh my gosh, my sister's trying to hook me up with a 49 year old man. I'm 46 right now, by the way, so. How did that happen? Not only was he old, but you thought it was like a luchador, right? He was like, come on. I saw him so big. Do I need to talk? I thought he was like this man and I was like 17 when I met him and he was 18. So I was like, this.
"jorge" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast
"Her. Hell yeah. Yes. She's mysterious. She rarely ever does this stuff, so. Really? How are you guys got her? Okay, that's because my other job is my child. That's why. Yeah. Your two children, right? Wait, is it just your child or is it both your children? We hope it's my job. Share him, yeah. What if you just say we have a joint child? We hope. Yeah. I think that's gonna be the next thing after Maya and the three will be Sandra and her two kids. Sorry of my life, I swear. Her two boys. Hey, so here's what about how I want to start you guys. Okay, I want you guys to look deeply and lovingly into each other's eyes. Oh, they're doing it. And then I want you each to describe each other. Jorge, can you start with Sandra? I feel like I'm very lucky. I married someone who's not only beautiful on the outside, but beautiful on the inside as a person and then the third, the triple threat is she can create beautiful drawings. All right. When I say Sandra's beautiful, it means three things to me. It is the part that's the perfect woman for every artist out there. That is. And so I call her the music and I've been calling her the muse forever because without her, I'm not inspired and without her, I'm and Sandra, I know you're used to hearing compliments from him. He could because he must do it all the time on our podcast last time. He did all this the same thing. He just talked about you being his muse and it feels like he loves you. Yeah. It feels like he means it. So I think so. It might be true. I'm still stuck in guessing it. So are you the other half of that where you're going to have to struggle kind of saying what you think I am? It's just, yeah. It's so hard to get compliments from him, you know? He's like, never ending pinata of compliment candy. Wow. Look at that. I'm scared that one day that compliments are gonna stop coming. So I have to, you know, start taking them. I have to get better at taking these compliments. Treasure them. And yeah, I treasure them and this guy is like. Yeah, I mean, I'll tell her you look beautiful. She's like, yeah, well, you're an idiot. Right. Shall I go? Jorge, you don't look terrible today, and I'll be like, oh. I needed that, babe. Yes. All right, son. You got it's your turn. You got to describe Jorge to us. Well, Jorge is other than being a pinata full of compliments. He is the bull in the China shop of life. In many ways, he is an extraordinary creative with never ending involved of creativity that just seems to spout nonstop. He's like a fountain of creativity and he's very inspiring definitely to me and I sure hope that he is as inspiring to the world. That's awesome. He is, I can see that. He is all that. Is he also sort of like a, I don't know, a steamroller? Immovable. He's just going to keep pushing forward..
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"jorge" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"So all the particles in the universe got together to vote on something. You'd still need a pretty big computer Who wants to exist? Say Raise your raise Your quantum meetings. Jorge should have another banana. Um, yes or no? That's just the state of the system. Right? Then there's the operation. And there's a another sort of magical thing That happens. Coalition say Magic is none of it's magical. It seems like magic because it's so weird. It's actually physics right on DATs. What happens when you do an operation? You know, in a normal computer, your operations like math and add one and one and see what happens when I get to What happens when you do a quantum calculation? Remember that the states can be in a superposition of different states where it's like 40% in ST Zero, and 60% of state. One like it can be 30% white and 70% black. That's like one cubit, right? Right, And it's not that it has the shade of gray, which is 30% white 70% black. It has a probability to be white and a probability to be black. If you look at it, you can only see white or black. You'll never see Gray Oh, I see. But 70% of the time. You see it is black and 30%. You see, it is white. Exactly. Oh, I see. So it's not great. It's just as a probability of being black or white. That's right. When you do an operation, you don't It doesn't collapse to black or white and then do the operation And does the operation on the probabilities themselves s O. You have the 30% of zero and 30% of one or 3% of white and 70% of black or whatever you do the operation..
"jorge" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"To science and technology. Now over 250,000 podcast you all free downloading the I Heart radio app number one for podcasts. Radio Way, found a physicist and a cartoonist and brought them together to discuss him simple but profound questions that people have been wondering about for thousands of years. But no one understood. Daniela Jorge answered them in a fun jargon. Freeway. This is Daniel and Jorge, explain the universe. Some of the jobs you might get a NASA have really awesome sounding titles. Heard you could organize and be called a spaceship. Commander. Yeah, Or even better. You could be the head of planetary defence. Serious. Is that like a real title? Absolutely. Wait. What are we? What do we need to defend against like Rogue planets, evil planets. We're not expecting an attack from Mars. But we do need to be defended against killer asteroids from outer space. That would be an Armageddon. That's right. That's why they have Bruce Willis on call at all times have an idea for a movie. Diehard in space in space. No one can hear you shoot a gun. It's not hard to die in space. Hello. I'm Jorge and I'm Daniel. And this is Daniel and Jorge. Explain the universe. Today. We're talking about a pretty big question. What comes to humanity, which is Is an asteroid gonna come and kill us all so grim stuff, Green stuff, but also important. I mean, you might brush this off is irrelevant. But we know from some pretty recent scientific history 65 million years ago, the dinosaur extinction was caused very likely by an asteroid impact just the other day, just the other day in geologic terms. So it could happen to us. That's right. And so since we're all concentrated on this one planet, you know all of our humanities eggs in one basket. Almost literally. It's a reasonable question. Asked so, Daniel went out and asked people in the street. Are they concerned about an asteroid killing us All? Here's what they said. Well, maybe it's possibility. I mean, it's quite possible. But there has to be certain things that happen that in order. That's a place. You know. He's gotta have holes in the ozone and you gotta have meteoroids coming. You gotta.
"jorge" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"I heart radio app. Way, found a physicist and a cartoonist and brought them together to discuss him simple but profound questions that people have been wondering about for thousands of years. But no one understood. Daniel and Jorge answered them in a fun jargon. Freeway. This is Daniel and Jorge, explain the universe. Sometimes it drives me crazy thinking about this secrets that are buried in the past. You know things that actually happened. That we just don't know the answer to any like who killed J. F K. You know, I'm thinking bigger, like where are my socks After I put him in the dryer. That's a big mystery. But I'm thinking cosmic size mysteries mean like crew thought to introverts could make his signs podcast that an enduring mystery for sure. But I'm talking about like universe eyes, mysteries like you know, the universe started in one way and no other way. What if we could just go back to the past and watch? And unearth these mysteries from the past. Wouldn't that be amazing? What was it like as a baby? Basically ready like was an awkward cute funding tend to me. I am for him. I'm the creator of PhD comics. And I'm Daniel. I'm a particle physicists at work at the Large Hadron Collider, smashing particles together, And this is our podcast. Daniel and Jorge explain the universe where we try to explain basically everything in the universe in a way that makes sense to you..
"jorge" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"And this is our Daniel Jorge explain the universe we're we're going to take the whole universe break it into little bits that are bite size and feed them to you one at a time today on the program we are going to ask questions ever be able to travel faster than the speed of light June that's that'd make if we travels fast in the speed of light right there we're going full throttle on this episode a little to the metal that's right pedal to the podcast this right and I love this question because not only do people like traveling fast but it gives us a sense for like will we ever be able to I feel like the subtext to the question is will we ever traveled other stars and get to places in the universe because the universe is so darn big that it's hard to get places right so if we could travel faster than the speed of light we can actually see some cool stuff like what's the nearest star to us man I should ask theory but I think it's about four light years away okay even if we're able to go at the speed of light you still have to sit in a spaceship for four years to get there let's see if you could travel at the speed of light yeah but there's also the question accelerating to the speed of light like if you could if you had a spaceship which could get up to the speed of light it would take a long time to get going that fast because just to get to the speed of light yeah you can't tolerate huge amount of exhilaration you know like fighter pilots can take like eight or nine Jeez are right that a nine times the acceleration you feel on earth but we see people like me and you get into it a jet hauler tolerate more than a couple of Jeez you know maybe like being on the craziest roller coaster ride for like a year here is just to get the speed of light just to get to the speed of light yeah and if you accelerate faster you would just get most against the seat yeah exactly you'd arrive the puddle of goo and don't forget you have to decelerate also cause but you don't arrive someplace going the speed of light I say to you be traveling as a puddle of goo and you would arrive as a splatter of glue on the front windshield that's right but Hey if your public doesn't really matter when you arrived at the or if your idea that's why a lot of these awesome science fiction book club meeting you spend half the trip accelerating and then you turn the ship turned around and spends the second have the ship decelerating slowing down because if you arrive at your destination going a zillion miles an hour you just blow right through the whole system you can't even stop moraine no give this movie or anything okay so the question is is there hope of ever getting to other stars or planets out there in the universe can we ever go faster than the speed of light that's right so we went around and we asked people in the street here's what they had to say I do believe.
"jorge" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"To Daniel Jorge explain the universe the four kinds of course yeah the four kinds of forces so electro magnetism weak nuclear force strong nuclear force and then of course gravity the fourth force that we've discovered okay the fascinating thing is that different particles feel different forces right like some particles feel this set of forces some particles fill those that force for example right particles with electric charge feel electro magnetism right the electron for examples negatively charged the proton is positively charged you bring them close together they're gonna pull each other than each other together right because have opposite charges we all know that but he bring a neutral particle nearby he just told ignores it right it doesn't feel it at all right it's like a it's like somebody's walking through a crowd of people shouting but they have headphones on to the can't hear anything hold the oblivious to it it's kind of like a how we talk about in a previous podcaster almost like languages were like social media platforms like some people are clearing some people aren't Facebook but some people are not on this until somebody can not on Twitter is only since you plead you're not gonna get it and so it's just different ways the particles interact that's right gravity is the Google plus social media I feel pretty good friends after it's instant but powerless yeah and so different particles feel different forces in for example an electron well it feels electro magnetism because as a a negative charge it doesn't feel a strong force at all they'll pass right by a bunch of particles that are really tugging on each other with a strong force may not be affected at all wares corks quirks feel all the forces they feel strong force with which is how they get pulled together in the nucleus remember protons and neutrons are made of corks course electro magnetism because they have electric charge if you the weak force they also feel gravity of course because they have Matthew quirks get their fingers in everything the field they get the feel for everything the few direct they got the strong feels really deeply emotional part of and on the other side of the spectrum you get things like neutrinos she is don't have electric charge so they ignore all electricity magnetism right there in Iraq with light they're invisible they pass right through anything that that that they ignore electric magnetic bonds for the past few most materials they don't feel strong force the only way they interacted with the weak force in the week for his Pridi week which is why the Trina's can mostly just passed through matter unaffected mmhm.
"jorge" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Colonia from Eyewitness News mayor Jorge lowers a says Providence streets are the city's largest public asset and he wants to drastically overhaul them were rethinking our roads to make Providence a more livable city for those who drive and use public transit but also for people who bike people walk defined your master plan would see the implementation of traffic calming efforts dedicated bike lanes safer intersections and beautification the plan without more than seventy mile network the proposed improvements more than three hundred intersections it's gonna take us a long time to build out the entire vision we're planning on moving forward really aggressively with us the city plans to invest roughly twenty million dollars in the coming years not everyone is on board this is absolutely the single worst thing that has happened to our neighborhood literally okay and it has done zero to improve our quality of life Sharon steel lives up Clifford street in the jewelry district where a new dedicated bike lane was created in the fall bike paths on eating street were removed just weeks after they were installed due to public outcry there a process that cost the city upwards of one hundred and twenty thousand dollars and some of the complaints folks have is that this is confusing to drivers actually just now is our story was airing we had a driver driving up the bike path where we're standing so it's been a little bit of an adjustment for folks now the mayor says he wants to hear more public input the next public meeting is actually scheduled for tomorrow night at Mount Pleasant high school as the city considers implementing some similar measures on Mount Pleasant Avenue including from Eyewitness News it's eight minutes now past seven o'clock Kathy Greg in today's Providence journal reports that an independent consultant has raised questions about the wisdom of giving international game technology I. G. TI to keep it short a twenty year contract extension end of doing someone to terms that are likely to cost state taxpayers more than at the contract was put out to bid and the state stopped cold leasing thousands of video slot machines this is quite a blow to the remote to administration the long anticipated analysis by Christiansen capital advisors was commissioned by house democratic leaders at the request of house Republicans after months of off season hearings produced starkly different accounts of the merits of the proposed twenty year no bid deal proposed by the governor general Monday as a way to keep one thousand plus I G. T. Johnson Rhode Island plus the headquarters to stakes quite high state sponsored gambling including the live table game action in video slot play at the two casinos happens to be Rhode island's third largest source of state revenues gambling it's been producing nearly four hundred million Bucks a year for the state treasury until the new encore casino in Massachusetts and other competitors in the region took a bite out of bananas gambling revenue of the twenty year term proposed that contract the consultant wrote of it quote it's important to remember that in twenty twenty this is more than just a contract extension by entering into this contract the Brandon General Assembly would be locking in gambling policy for twenty three years Christiansen capital advisors they said quote they have never recommended to any of the lottery's that we served that a twenty year contract is a good idea a ten year initial contract term with optional extensions has been the standard recommendation from Christiansen for the past fifteen years primary reasoning behind a ten year term is to mitigate the impact of lottery getting caught between technology changes so this consultant throws so quite the wrench into the gears of that proposed twenty year extension for IGT ten minutes after seven o'clock to the roadways we go to the traffic center Jon Hamm what's out there he's being brought to us by compassion international not a lot to complain about one ninety five looking fine both directions the Washington bridge bracket bridge in fall river twenty four inch ID checking out as well so who's ever once looking good for north Kingstown towards route for than getting curry's Greenwich towards French town road in ninety five without delay with your southern awake with traffic John him with well there's a child living in extreme poverty with no future and no hope but you can bring home when you become a compassion international sponsor just text the word child two eight three three nine three and sponsor a child right now here's the forecast from storm team ten mineralogist Christina earning another dry day today with a mix of sun and clouds and some breezy conditions developing this afternoon high temperatures had into the low forties overnight mostly lows in the twenties with partly cloudy to mostly clearing skies.