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Holmes jury resumes deliberations after closed-door meeting
"Jury jury deliberations deliberations continue continue in in the the three three month month trial trial of of Elizabeth Elizabeth Holmes Holmes the the Silicon Silicon Valley Valley health health company company founder founder charged charged with with fraud fraud the the jury jury in in San San Jose Jose California California weighing weighing eleven eleven criminal criminal charges charges against against former former Theranos Theranos CEO CEO Elizabeth Elizabeth Holmes Holmes will will resume resume their their deliberations deliberations today today amid amid some some intrigue intrigue raised raised by by a a mysterious mysterious closed closed door door meeting meeting among among her her attorneys attorneys federal federal prosecutors prosecutors and and U. U. S. S. district district judge judge Edward Edward Davila Davila on on Tuesday Tuesday the the hearing hearing transcript transcript is is sealed sealed but but it it would would not not be be unusual unusual for for plea plea agreement agreement discussions discussions to to take take place place during during a a trial trial when when a a jury jury takes takes a a long long time time to to deliberate deliberate last last week week the the jury jury was was allowed allowed to to replay replay of of a a twenty twenty thirteen thirteen recording recording of of homes homes discussing discussing their their own own us's us's dealings dealings with with prospective prospective investors investors prosecutors prosecutors allege allege Holmes Holmes duped duped investors investors and and patients patients claiming claiming her her company's company's blood blood testing testing technology technology was was a a medical medical breakthrough breakthrough when when in in fact fact it it was was prone prone to to gigantic gigantic errors errors if if she's she's convicted convicted homes homes faces faces up up to to twenty twenty years years in in prison prison I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king jury jury deliberations deliberations continue continue in in the the three three month month trial trial of of Elizabeth Elizabeth Holmes Holmes the the Silicon Silicon Valley Valley health health company company founder founder charged charged with with fraud fraud the the
How Larry Changed the Course of One Man's Life
"San Jose airport. Visiting Nina's family. We're coming back from the visit. And the plane is delayed and delayed and delayed till we ended up. Being delayed about three hours. It's a short flight, 52 minutes. So sitting in the restroom, sitting in the restaurant, and I choose myself to go to the restroom and when I came back, Nina said, you see that guy sitting way over there at the bar I said yeah. And she said he's wearing a Trump 20 24 cap. And I said, you can see that from here. She says, yeah, you can't see that I said no. I didn't realize my vision was that bad. And she said, you ought to go over there and say something to him. I said I will. So I walked over to him. I tapped him on the shoulder. He turned around. And I said, love your cab. And he went. Larry elder. I can not believe I'm talking to you. You changed my life. I was 16, partying, doing drugs. I had a very, very good promising future as a football player, but I wanted it all. I was angry at my parents for reasons that were kind of silly later on. I didn't care. I dropped out of high school and I ended up going to a rougher tougher high school, but I would listen to your show every single day I started at the age of 16. You're the first talk radio show I ever listened to. I also started listening to Dennis prager, but you were my favorite. I listened to you every single day. And I heard you talk about personal responsibility and about hard work, and about how you would appreciate this country and little by little by little I became more and more responsible.
Immigrants welcome Afghan refugees, inspired by own journeys
"I I health health clinic clinic in in California California founded founded four four decades decades ago ago to to screen screen refugees refugees from from Southeast Southeast Asia Asia is is now now part part of of the the U. U. S. S. effort effort to to resettle resettle tens tens of of thousands thousands of of people people from from Afghanistan Afghanistan Muhammad Muhammad I I time time I I got got out out of of Kabul Kabul this this summer summer with with his his wife wife and and their their ten ten year year old old daughter daughter Moses Moses he he says says the the Taliban Taliban was was about about to to come come into into the the city city and and he he was was worried worried about about his his safety safety they they went went to to the the T. T. B. B. and and refugee refugee clinic clinic at at Santa Santa Clara Clara valley valley Medical Medical Center Center in in San San Jose Jose they they are are treated treated by by nurse nurse tram tram family family who who emigrated emigrated from from Vietnam Vietnam Vietnamese Vietnamese patients patients I I see see a a lot lot of of benefits benefits to to patients patients and and especially especially that that I I see see myself myself interpreter interpreter Johanna's Johanna's option option are are moved moved to to the the U. U. S. S. from from Iran Iran in in two two thousand thousand four four she she says says the the future future for for Afghan Afghan refugees refugees can can be be bright bright do do you you gonna gonna be be able able to to help help other other community community and and I I was was so so sorry sorry eighteen eighteen different different actually actually later later on on but but at at the the beginning beginning we we need need to to help help them them to to stand stand on on their their feet feet California California is is set set to to receive receive more more than than five five thousand thousand of of an an initial initial group group of of thirty thirty seven seven thousand thousand arrivals arrivals from from Afghanistan Afghanistan I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
Pastor Mike McClure Describes Direct Threats to Church's Religious Liberty
"Pastor McClure has just done an unbelievable job. Mike McClure, he has kept his church open despite the lockdowns and despite all the different things being thrown at them. It's in Santa Clara county and there's been over $3.8 million in fines levied against calvary Chappell San Jose, but something happened last week that is unprecedented and it could impact every single person listening to this and with us right now is pastor McClure and also I believe we have his lawyer bob Tyler if I'm not mistaken. My great to see you great to see both of you. Thank you for joining us. Pastor, let's start with you. So what happened last Friday, California osha showed up to your elementary school in high school and what did they do and what did they want? Well, thanks, first of all, Charlie, just for what you do and for having me on your show today. Osha showed up last week and they gave they went on a restraining order after I went let them in, telling them they need to call our lawyer and they came back with a restraining order and they are wanting to find out all of our health measures, not just the physical H one typical osha stuff, which is fine with me. But now it's are the kids doing what they're supposed to do. Are they social distancing wearing masks? What's your policy for vaccines? And so they are now more or less in my mind, being weaponized by the county to do with the county couldn't couldn't
"jose l." Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Talk, presented by facing tipton on the horse racing radio network. Trainer Todd Fletcher has reached the stratosphere. It was all have another that dug O'Neal. Spoon over Miami for Bill Matt. 3000 for trainer Mark Cassie. Lucas a 6 win. Barefoot with another incredible milestone, but it was old for shutting the game with number 1000 for the great Trevor McCarthy. Here's 2000 for Nick zito. Steve asks him is now North America's all time leading trainer. Now here's Mike peda. Hello again, everyone, and welcome to the show trainers listen to it is trainer talk presented by Facebook tipton on the horse racing radio network. Mike panna baron of the backstretch, happy to have you with me for the next hour. You are listening all across North America on Sirius two 19 XM two O one or you're streaming us live or podcasting us on our end website at horse racing radio .NET. Well, just about two weeks into the 2021 2022 fairgrounds meet. The trainer leaderboard may not look the way you would expect. The name at the top of the list is not Cox. It is not Amos it ain't Stidham, not stall or foch. Instead, the leading trainer through the first two weeks of racing is a Venezuelan born former jockey who took out his trainer's license after a riding act as it, which resulted in a broken neck and it ended that chapter of his life, but is so often happens when one door closes another one opens. In today's guest, has seized his new opportunity. Watching his stable grow, and his wind total increase nearly every single year since saddling his first horse in 2013. Please join me in welcoming fair grounds leading trainer Jose to train her talk presented by phasic tipton. Jose, welcome, my friend. Well, thank you. Hello to everybody. To enjoy this way to know about trainers and everything you guys doing and like you say when one door is closed. Another one is open. I thought I am going to be a Jackie for all my life and we're in 2011. You know, we got we got by step and I brought my neck and it was a really biased berries and it gave me a year to recovery and what that pretty much ended all my career as a Jackie and I really don't know what way would take after that and you know thank you to my wife that you held me a lot to encourage me to be a trainer and I never thought I would be a trainer and so we're here today to show people that nothing is impossible and we're proud that we're doing really good and like you say every year since we started, you know, we go and step by step and we grow every year and we tend to guide that, you know, everything will go good. Well, and thank God that you're okay because that spill in 2011 and evangeline downs was extremely scary. As you're laying there, Jose, did you know that something was seriously wrong or were you thinking, hey, I'm just dinged up again. Well, really, to be honest with you, no, because when I hit the ground, I just, you know, I lose everything. I don't know what happened. I don't know that, you know, there was broke my neck and when I woke up, I was in the hospital. To find out what happened and you know, they told me that it was okay that they just go to look at it to look at me and see what was going out. They don't want to talk to me about it in there that I got my new broke. And the next day, you know, they told me that I broke, you know, forbade the bride and but I'm going to be okay and I'm going to be paralyzed. And he's going to take time to recovery and then tell me a year. So first, you know that when that happens, you're not sure that will be okay. So because I can move my leg, my arm and everything and I was just really sore. But I can move my neck. So the next day when I find out, you know, I felt like crying. You know, because I was doing really good at that time. And I thought it would be my gear. I said, Jackie, trying to change the opportunity. And I thought I got my opportunity at that time, but it was pretty sure because I never said that you know that I'm going to get hurt. Nobody does. And that was it. Did you think even at that point that you were still going to ride again? Yes. Because when he told me as well, he's not about to go to take maybe 8 to ten weeks. Did you be bad to ride? Okay, well, that's good. But I know he's out of me, I feel like, you know, it can be right because I have so much pain. And I feel like one of my nerds, it was, you know, tied with a tendon. And I got hit every day. To this day, I still have it. You know, especially when you get cold, I feel like, oh, my hair's gonna flow. And I said, you know what? I told my wife, I don't think I'm gonna.
October WSJ Article: 'San Francisco Has Become a Shoplifter’s Paradise'
"So a couple Jason Riley from Wall Street Journal last month October he wrote a piece out how San Francisco has become a shoplifter Paradise Thefts under $950 are effectively decriminalized Okay now you can get a lot of stuff under a 150 bucks I don't know if you've noticed lately TVs are way under $950 I'm not saying they're like the greatest TVs Or they have all the great features But you can a 100% get a big flat screen TV for well under $950 So now if you shoplift TV because you're part of looting or grab and go or fun and games where everyone call you get a TV and it's under 9 $50 you basically you won't get prosecuted They're gonna let you go Why Because they have now this ridiculous idea Prop 47 California bout initiative theft of less than $950 in goods is treated as a nonviolent misdemeanor and rarely prosecuted So stores don't want to get sued they tell people we don't even do it anymore But now when you've got marauding mobs of people going in and stealing things all at once because they're organizing on social media and they're going hey let's meet up at target at 7 o'clock and we'll all go in at the same time and just overwhelm them Four men on Wednesday in California and Santa Rosa fled with $20,000 of merchandise from Apple store In San Jose $40,000 of items were stolen from a Lululemon store That's right they're even stealing yoga pants now I thought yoga pants were so sacred that nobody would ever want to steal them I just know there's certain things in our society that we just don't touch Yoga pants being among those things But clearly not they went and grabbed those as well In Chicago they stole over what I mean how much was it in Chicago now Can I go $25,000 at a village shopping center It's happening all across the country And so now what's happening is employees are quitting as a turning around saying I don't want to deal with this Why would
Barabanov's OT goal leads Sharks past Hurricanes 2-1
"The sharks scored an overtime goal by Alexander bye barn off to beat the hurricanes two to one Tomas Hertl with the assist to set up the game winning goal ending Carolina's four game win streak Santos he hadn't scored a goal in a hundred thirty five minutes and thirty eight seconds until Kevin Labanc tied up at one in the second period James Reimer made twenty two saves for the win the hurricanes only goals by defenseman Tony deangelo Carolina is eight one and one on the road this season Brian Lee Aung San Jose
How Elizabeth Holmes Soured the Media on Silicon Valley
"Their owners founder Elizabeth Holmes has taken the stand at her trial you can't tell your side of the reporters trailed Elizabeth Holmes as you looked at federal courthouse in San Jose California the fall in Silicon Valley star took the stand late Friday afternoon in her trial for criminal fraud will back again on Monday the former entrepreneur will attempt to refute allegations by federal prosecutors that she bamboozled investors and patients about her start up Theranos and blood testing machine called Edison that she claimed would reshape health care homes began her testimony by recounting her early years as a student at Stanford University her interest in disease detection while working with the respected chemistry professor who later joined the company she talked about dropping out of school at the age of nineteen and convincing her parents let her use your college savings to found a startup the government's evidence included internal documents and emails and
Saad's goals help Blues beat Sharks 4-1, end losing streak
"Brandon Saad that's a pair of goals to lead the blues past the sharks four to one the goals of the fifth and sixth of the season for the forward Jordan Kyrou scored his eighth of the year and Robert Thomas is second for the blues who halt a four game losing skid the San Jose goal is scored by Jonathan Dahlen the sharks wrap up a five game road trip with a record of two and three Billy who still makes a second start of the season in net for the blues and records his second win James Reimer suffered the loss shots on goal would favor the blues forty eight to twenty seven Mike Reeves St Louis
79-foot Christmas tree arrives in New York City's Rockefeller Center
"New York City ushers in the holiday season Saturday with the arrival of one of the world's most famous Christmas trees in Rockefeller Center crowd cheered as the seventy nine foot Norway spruce was set up in the plaza Devon prices family donated it it's the first time a tree it's come from Maryland since the tradition began eight decades ago Rockefeller Center chief gardener Eric Jose founded while scouting Christmas trees just stood up and looked absolutely gorgeous the lighting ceremony is set for December first Julie
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree Tuesday brought the opening night of the college basketball season with a couple of marquee matchups at Madison Square Garden in the first game of the night third ranked Kansas taught Michigan state eighty seven seventy four the J. hawks were paced by O. G. a biology who scored twenty nine points seventeen of which came after halftime in game two in Manhattan ninth ranked Duke top tenth ranked Kentucky seventy nine seventy one of the first game of Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski's final season freshman Trevor keels scored twenty five for the blue devils on the NBA hardwood Yanis antenna Kubo provided thirty one points and sixteen rebounds for the box and a one eighteen one oh nine victory at Philadelphia the jazz beat the hawks one ten ninety eight the clippers top Portland one seventeen one oh nine on the ice the Carolina hurricanes move to ten and one of the year thanks to an overtime goal for more teenagers giving Carolina a two one win over Tampa other NHL winners included Chicago St Louis Detroit New Jersey LA Boston San Jose at Vegas and Anaheim I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports
Unlikely hero, 2 HRs carry Braves to brink of Series title
"Dansby Swanson and Jorge Soler hit back to back solo home runs in the seventh inning to give Atlanta a three two victory over Houston and put the Braves one game away from winning the World Series so they're shot came as a pinch hitter well Swanson's was his first home run of the postseason Swanson had this to say about the victory we know that nothing's done nothing's over you know we've obviously learned that lesson before we've got to go out and compete and I feel like that's the biggest model for this team Houston took a one nothing lead in the first on a bases loaded groundout by Carlos Correa Jose Altuve a have a solo shot on the fourth to put the Astros up to nothing will Smith picked up his sixth save of the post season for the Braves Gary McPhillips Atlanta
The Latest: Álvarez starts in outfield for Astros in Game 3
"The World Series shifts to Atlanta for game three on Friday after the Braves in astro split the first two games in Houston in Anderson goes to the mound for the Braves in their first World Series home game since nineteen ninety nine he'll be opposed by Luis Garcia who got the victory in the game six clincher against Boston in the AL CS Anderson started the NLCS clincher it will be the first World Series pairing of rookie starter since the two thousand six opener each team has earned seven two victory so far the Astros even the fall classic on Wednesday as Jose Altuve a Homer and Jose or kiedy worked five strong innings I'm Dave Ferrie
Update on the latest sports
"Sports I'm John the US rules are bank of the World Series after a seven to win over the Atlanta Braves have been a big park Adams believe has more from Houston with the game tied at one the bottom four hitters in the Astros order came up with four straight singles to give the Astros a lead they would never relinquish Jose Altuve a finished two for five with a home run as Jose or TV became the first Mexican border pitcher to earn multiple wins in the World Series by holding the Braves to two runs over five innings to the association but he got twenty four points and nine rebounds from bam Adebayo as Miami two alternates one oh six ninety three elsewhere Trae young had thirty one points as the hawks bested the pelicans one oh two ninety nine deangelo Russell poured in twenty nine points as the Timberwolves took care of the box one thirteen one await Washington down Boston by a score of one sixteen one oh seven Russell Westbrook with the report group full double twenty points fourteen assists thirteen boards of ten turnovers of the thunder ended up prevailing with a one twenty three one fifteen when the Hornets are foreign one after a one twenty one eleven win over the magic elsewhere the king's top the sons one ten one oh seven it was Cleveland ninety two the clippers seventy nine and Portland defeated Memphis one sixteen ninety six the raptors one in Toronto for the first time in six hundred twelve days taking care of the Pacers one eighteen one hundred in the NHL the Florida Panthers are off to a supplemental start after a four one win over the Boston Bruins elsewhere Philadelphia beat admitted five three three games going to overtime all three with identical results Dylan Larkin with the game winner as the red wings up into the capital street to the golden knights beat the stars while the maple Leafs edged the Blackhawks I'm John literate AP sports
Another postseason dud for Fried when Braves need him most
"On the strength of a four run second inning rally Houston Astros leveled the World Series at a game apiece with the seven to win over the Atlanta Braves with the game tied at one the bottom four hitters in the Astros order came up with four straight singles Jose Altuve a finished two for five with a home run as Jose or TV became the first Mexican border pitcher to earn multiple wins in the World Series by holding the Braves to two runs over five innings game three is Friday night in Atlanta Adam small lane Houston
Braves take Series opener...Lakers win without LeBron
"AP sports I'm guessing call block the Braves began their first World Series since nineteen ninety nine with a six two win over the Astros Jorge Soler became the first player ever to lead off the World Series opener with a home run to help Atlanta build a five nothing lead after three innings however Braves starter Charlie Morton exited after two and a third innings with a broken right calf bone that will sideline him the remainder of the series Atlanta's Max freed opposes Houston's Jose or key in game two Wednesday Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman resigned Tuesday after a team investigation revealed he mishandled allegations that an assistant coach sexually assaulted a player during the team's two thousand ten Stanley Cup run in the NBA the Lakers survived with star lebron James sidelined by an ankle injury as Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook combined for sixty eight points in a one twenty five one twenty one win over the spurs and Carli Lloyd wrapped up her stellar U. S. women's national team career in a six nothing friendly win over South Korea Geffen Coolbaugh AP sports
Jury gets chance to hear Elizabeth Holmes' bold promises
"A federal jury in San Jose California weighing the fate of fallen Silicon Valley star Elizabeth Holmes has heard audio evidence in her fraud trial federal prosecutors played a series of recordings of all of the calls boasting to investors about what she claimed was a breakthrough in blood testing technology buyer firm Theranos the government alleges that homes due to sophisticated investors and major retailers about a bogus device called Edison the machine was supposed to be able to use a few drops of blood to scan for hundreds of potential health problems the flurry of investments at one point totaled nine billion dollars with their nose while not being in only forty Walgreen's stores after it invested millions if convicted almost could face up to twenty years in prison I Norman hall
Astros score seven two-out runs in the top of the ninth to seal ALCS Game 4 win
"Castro's tie breaking single open the floodgates for the Astros in a seven run ninth inning on the way to a nine to two ALCS game four win over the red Sox Castro's two out hit off Boston pitcher Nathan Eovaldi put Houston up three to two on the heels of Jose L. two bays tying solo blast in the eighth Michael Brantley added a bases clearing double in Houston's win to tie the series at two games apiece Cynder Bogart's had a two run shot for the red Sox postseason record twenty first home run in the first guess
Schwarber, Red Sox slam Astros 12-3, lead ALCS 2-1
"Kyle Schwarber kept the grand old times going for the red Sox with another grand slam in the team's twelve three route of the Astros in game three of their American League Championship Series Schwarber second inning slam off Astros starter Jose or kiedy was the red Sox third in the last two games making Boston the only team with three grand slams in a single postseason series Christian Arroyo and JD Martinez added two run homers to help Boston take a two to one series lead Kyle Tucker's three run Homer provided all the offense for the Astros guessing
"jose l." Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"You never grew up tired of listening to from my years. Like the biggest song of the human league human also. Also the bulk goals Dave i think. I think the the humidity was able to establish style that Once you heard the salty knew it was that band which is something very aren't published but it's one of the great bands for years human league. We're kind of like the psychedelic furs in that. They kinda snuck up on you. They have these continue hits throughout the eighties. They were able to to generate the play on. And you didn't think about it there. I kind of took for granted. It's kind of nice looking back like. Oh yeah wow humanly against psychedelic furs. Both had a lot of hits. Well reason we're doing this podcast because of our love for eighties music. So we're going to move onto number twenty seven. This is a song talk talk. it's my life. I have a feeling you remember the no doubt song the the the cover version. Do you remember the original version by talk. Yes actually. i'm very sorry. Say this but i remember one of the puck. Talk the no doubt okay version. Good like i told you at the beginning of the podcast. I mean you guys are waking a sleeping part of me. I let the music side of the business on december thirty first nineteen ninety-seven in that was the last show that i did was a final countdown and I've never done anything. Relate to music optum out of today so I remember that song. I don't even the word exist like got danceable like good to dance because sometimes. Dj's used to try some songs.
"jose l." Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"His arm and he's and it says arm in chinese. Yes the funny in the show. larry good. I'm glad i'm glad you watch finally watching ted lasso. That's me watching it with him. Well that's fun was a typical day like late eighties. When you came of age you're gonna laugh at be. The first musical material that i got in my life was a christmas present in those. Were the Flashdance and staying light. Soundtracks solid cassette. Y'all tape format. I used to play at the at the sound system. Nice pants had a leading role. Mike i mean i felt like i was the coolest kid in my neighborhood and i went. I were going back and forth back and forth. And dan is when i became a little bit obsessive but the i discovered that when i like a song i go backwards. Yeah and backwards in. And i can hear a song. I went for a walk. Let yesterday and i walk for like almost an hour forty minutes. I heard the same song for an hour for the name is bigger. It really made me feel like Mugabe to go for the walk. That's obsessive. I am beyond those two cassettes. The first records that i will able to afford to wear. I don't know if you guys remember the group with john. Wetting leading the vocals. Heat of the moment. Don't cry great albums and dan. it was the Air supply greats leading the vocals. The want the kobe's drawing. But i haven't which is like it's not doing but it's like a paint in the all the one was i think out for the one you waking up a sleeping part of me. Nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight but i think that fourth record in defeats ninety was like the second time that i was able to afford some records in west a neil diamond record. Some kids were coming to america. You don't bring flowers. It's like a kind of a picky cover key. Ceding couch and i think i think he's not wearing shoes and he has his leg cross. That's a classic one as well so you strike me as someone who. Maybe you like to do karaoke. You might like to sing these songs. No no not even what. I'm thinking of shower. No not even you're not belting out i'm all out of love you know my voice. My my rangers singing like this. I mean this is not like me to like this Supply was was like a really high. And i enjoyed it. I saw them live in hot concerts. Became like something really really big in mexico like around nineteen eighty seven. Eighty eight eighty nine. A group in mexico started a bringing artists in one of the very first came to well. I'm not sure the very first one west wrought store because we're talking about nineteen nineteen eighty nine one. The back of Album remember that one. Yeah forever young. Yeah yeah okay. Well that was..
"jose l." Discussed on KGO 810
"That Jose Oakland, a cumulus station. From ABC News. I'm Dave Packard Democrats on Capitol Hill would like to fast track President Biden's $1.9 Trillion coronavirus relief package this week, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen today saying the president wants struggling middle class families. Received direct payments, telling CNN he wouldn't want to see household making over $300,000 received these payments. But if you think about an elementary school teacher Policemen making $60,000 a year maybe sees this week, Republican Senator Roger Wicker of Mississippi says there's no need to spend so much but that Republican counterproposals air being ignored and really more more. The White House staff than the president. Absolutely. Rejected any of their proposals. Congressional Democrats have the votes to pass the measure without a single Republican vote, Health and Human Services memo says the U. S has seen a 50% decline and reported covert 19 cases since the national peak in early January. But rates of adult ICU occupancy remain high in several states. More than 39 million Americans have received at least one dose of the Corona virus vaccine. With cases around the country starting to decline this amid continued concern. There are reasons to be optimistic about the direction we're heading in this pandemic just here in New York. The positivity rate has fallen back to 4.5% for the first time in two months. But this is still a heated and contentious fight, and especially with the Super Bowl tonight. Health experts are worried We could easily undo this progress we've made a B C's Trevor All Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot today announced the city's reached a tentative agreement with the teachers union. Averting a potential strike is very public dispute over these last few weeks. Has absolutely been the hardest on you, our parents and our students. The possible deal includes coronavirus safety measures and permits the start of in person classes phased in by grade. You're listening to ABC News. Have you heard? Ah,.
"jose l." Discussed on KGO 810
"Jose Oakland, a cumulus station. From ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis President elect Joe Biden moving forward with assembling his new administration, despite no concession from President Trump and from being blocked from receiving intelligence briefings and other transition resource is including on the government's coronavirus response didn't seem has been left in the dark because of the slow transition of power process. That is happening right now. They've been unable to coordinate with the current White House Coronavirus task force or even have access to federal agencies and offices. Biden's team says they would like that critical information to address the crisis that we're facing in real time. ABC is Rachel Scott. Plenty of angst in the nation's largest school district, New York City parents, students and staff on standby for a decision on school switching to all remote learning on Monday. There, Bill DiBlasio said. To make the call is covert 19 numbers creep toward 3% in the city, his benchmark for closing schools, But the governor of New York Andrew Cuomo, says the decision will have a ripple effect. You closed the schools. You make it much harder for parents to go toe work, Cuomo says he has the authority to override the mayor and keep schools open. In Washington police have calmed the streets after pro Trump supporters staged a day long protest over the election result that gave way to nighttime violence. At least 20 arrests made for guns, assault and disorderly conduct. The large crowd of Trump supporters calling the events the million Maga march. Just like President Trump. They're refusing to accept the results of the election already called for Joe Biden, the Democratic candidate received more than enough electoral college votes to win the White House. This isn't over. It's.
"jose l." Discussed on LFCC Stories
"You had living in the past two years in Virginia, so I think that's a great opportunity. And and like I said, this is one one more fact in one more opportunity to keep believing and give you live in that we can we can try to go to university or college and to reach your dreams and goals like the end everyone that came here this month is to go or you have those dreams. I think this is the opportunity for them and I I wish and hope that they taken advantage of them. What was your favorite thing about being at log? Fairfax Community College my favorite thing it was the sense of the community because I get to know a lot of people I never felt alone when I was there and I tell that that is something important like in due today when I just try past the eighty one tour to Harrisonburg. I always pass by elliptic as people say people were off in the places that they were happy. They always they're going to come back but that's the best thing because they they have a an amazing staff. They have amazing features that the students took community they make a living, right? So the sense of the community and solidarity. That's the best best thing that I take away from you. Thank you Jose. I really do appreciate you taking some time today. I can't wait to see you back on campus teaching Spanish either here or in one of the high schools here in the Shenandoah Valley anytime and thank you so much. I wonderful afternoon..
"jose l." Discussed on LFCC Stories
"Did transfer? How did you end up at J M U I graduated from North Fairfax in May of 2018. So when I was there a girl Fairfax Community College A bottle of being a student. I was in the soccer club and also I was a student ambassador. And also I was working in the advertising Department as our story all the stuff from North Fairfax Community College and the organization of the students ambassadors. They give me the rules to see the things in war for it because like I said when I came from high school, I don't even know anything about how to get him to be honest. From was my drastic transition off Ellipsis 8 to JMU. I was aware of the things I was looking for the opportunities. I was looking for a schools. I was looking for a scholarships and at the same time I there is agreements that the FCC has with this schools like James Madison your masons in a lot of schools that you only need have certain requirements in Beijing. Me you don't go to compete for a spot in that University when I was in the Sterling ambassadors. I learned how to be more organized how to be more critical and how to get more humanized. I think that's the right word because we support each other and we contribute to the community and by doing that. Give you a sense that you can do things to that really help me help me to grow as a person a pairing of growing in their academics part. You really helped me because life. S. Or solidarity and integrity that I found in the student ambassadors and also by working in the advertising Department that can help me, you know to to try to look for things and to believe that even though it doesn't matter where you came from or how you came from or if you speak a language or you learn it if you suck The serial you started or you start like in the in the Middle Ages or whatever age you are in that you can do it. So that really helped me allowed to grow as a person and wage thing. I apply to JMU and I applied to other schools but I decided to go to a new because it's close to Winchester. And because I also tell my family in whatever team they need. It sounds like that your experience at Lord Fairfax was a learning experience obviously, but it sounds like it was also a life education learning experience too because you learn so many more things than just what you were learning in your classes. Yes. It was like life experience learning opportunity because like I said, like hearing the United States is a Melting Pot in it is very blessed and enriched from people from many countries in many different cultures and my team Not really the sense he gave you different points of views and I think that if we take an advantage of that and we work through my shoulders with all the kind of people we can do great things. And like I said, it was a very learning experience and a part of that. I apply to a game you to the one program that they have the risk all this intelligence program. I apply and I get accepted so they help me to pay my tuition and my other things that I need to pay. What are your plans after college? What kind of a career do you want to have? I went to be a Spanish teacher. So right now I'm working in my bachelor's so hopefully I will try to teach them in high school and then I will try to keep working towards my Masters or even my doctorate but you know first things are first so we are going working off. Now in the bachelor's degree, but that is my dream to work and and be a Spanish station and my goals with those rings are like I want to give the best experience of learning to my students. And also I want to be someone that the students wherever they came from they can call and ask about question about the culture or the the different countries all the different countries. So I want to teach them a note in the cultures the traditions and all of that are pairing with just each and Spanish because I tend not when you give those cultures and traditions when you try to teach those it will be a really beneficial because like I say came just bought speaking Spanish. I didn't know how to to speak English and anything like that, but I think it is important that we give that information to the students that they don't speak Spanish song. They can help hopefully the ones that they come from from the Latino country so they can help they can try to understand them a little bit because boss would you know, there are different countries different issues. And the thing is like as here I learn from The History of the United States and the language. I think I'll give you them back. But in the version with Spanish using the Spanish instead of that we can have like we can help each other and I think that can be a community of inclusiveness and also a respectful community so that we can help each other because that's the thing one hand helps the other and life is very for Community. I really sensitive when I was electricity. So that's what I would try to do as a teach. What advice would you give ol To another sixteen-year-old who is in the same situation that you were in when you came to this country. What would you tell them to give them some confidence to move forward and follow their dreams the best advice that I could give them it is that you need to be persistent and you get to be humble because if you're not persistent, you're not going to accomplish why you want to to do in life. It can be an education. It can be a job. It can be whatever but you need to be persistent and you get to be humble because if you are not horrible, then there is no way that you are going to move forward instead of that you are going to begin to move back because humbleness is something that you have to have with everyone and you don't have to forget. How do you call by you have to try to learn from every situation because sometimes times are rough and difficult but wage. As when you need to try to do your best because at the same thing like it wasn't really has to be necessarily that they have to be Latinos. They can be from Africa from the donation from the Easter words, but that's something that I want to reflect. If I did it they can do it in the same way. But a pair of those two things they need to believe that they can do it that they have to work for it off part of the advice. I really would like to church because when I was in high school, I had so many friends from other countries, like were really smart and Eric couldn't go to the University of Georgia because sometimes when you are like an international student, you have to pay your tuition like more than the price. So I think that one opportunity was the Virginia tuition home equity bill in July one here in Virginia. No matter your status, it was amazed your immigration situation students who went to high school or has been in high school the past two years. They can go to any college and university and they can get in-state tuition. So I think that that is a great opportunity because a part of getting state tuition off a no pay like twice the price that is a good opportunity because it doesn't matter if you you know, if you are a resident or citizen of the United States, you still can go and get in-state tuition if.
"jose l." Discussed on LFCC Stories
"We are having a conversation today with Jose Hernandez and we started talking before I started recording for our official conversation. And I asked you where had gone to law school, assuming because we're talking about Lord Fairfax Community College. I live in my own bubble and assumed you were a local guy and that is not at all the case. So Jose tell me a little bit about what you were doing in high school. And what brought you to Lord Fairfax Community College. Yes, to be honest. Like I was in high school in 2000 from 2013 to 2015 at the high school in New York City in Far Rockaway Queens. I saw earlier because I came first the United States in 2013 when I was sixteen years old pair of my family was giving in Queens New York my mother and father. So I came from Salvador that is a Central American country. And then I have to learn you know English I had to learn wage. Culture and traditions that this beautiful country offers that is the United States and so I was there in New York City, but I also have like family here living in Winchester, Virginia. It came full circle. Yes. It was where I did my high school in two years and and have something like that and so at the high school in New York and they've finished their and because my parents are from El Salvador and we have like this like feeling or inclusiveness and we try to keep the family united. So that's why we moved. We just a beginning because parent my other family was living here. I cannot even begin to comprehend how complicated it must be to come to a brand new country where you don't speak the language and have to start school. What was that experience? Like it was a little difficult because of the language and basically this one thing that is very difficult. Also because there is like I was living in a city so the difficult part of sometimes living in a city when it is a big city, like for example to try continue the summer After High School, sometimes it's difficult because to be honest with you I learn English in high school, but when I came to try to like more than high school because I had the home in fate to continuing my education to go college to go university. But at the same time I was a first-generation student. I was you know, the first one that you went to high school and not the way try to go college so it was difficult because you don't know how to do things sometimes and that's a lot of pressure. Yes. It is. I went to a school in a suburb home idea, you know my Elementary School my middle school thing. I even did my high school over there. So the thing it is like While it was it was a I got support from my family and I have support from the population the Latino population around in your city and I have so many friends over them and they held me even to other school because basically I wasn't at school. I was studying in an adult learning center just learning English because we don't even know how to sign out to the school and anything because I was the first one in game my parents they didn't have, you know, the opportunity to put a kid in school. So basically one afternoon that I was playing soccer with my friends, they asked me because they were wearing the same age as me. Where are you going to in which high school are you in and I just explained it to them know. I'm sorry, but I don't go to high school because I don't know what it is. So they say no we have to take this guy so he can play too with us in the soccer team and that's how we win. That's how to getting in high school by friendship Sports Club. Sports they don't inspect the sports. Yeah, so that's how I went there. So, like I said, it was difficult because of the language but it made so many friends from all over Iraq war and at the same time I have the feeling of supporting from the teachers and everything. It was a really good experience, even though I sometimes was really frustrating because I'm in the first year. I knew I understood a lot of words that I wasn't able to speak for my teachers and things like that because I don't even know how to respond in the English language and that stuff mm imagine because you have the answer. You know, what the answer is you just can't verbalize the answers so that she knows that you know, yeah, so it's very difficult. But you know that there are a lot of transitions in life. So you're not you need to like try to stay like humble and try to do the best because sometimes you have to pursue age. Buildings in order to reach. So what brought you to Lord Fairfax Community College because I moved here to Winchester Virginia. And I remember that came and looked for the school's it was a teacher on mobile device or that I talked to in Henry High School that she taught me about Lord Fairfax Community College and other schools there people are more Fairfax Community College did a job for me because at the moment my English is not in at the college level at the moment. It was a team that I needed because to be honest if I still being in New York and tried to go school there. I know that I may be wrong or something like that. But because they were a lot of students like a hundred and fifty students for in a classroom, but in still here in Northwest Community College have classes life with Thirty thirty-five twenty. It was the right spot for me because they held me and and like I said, like I even have to take ESL classes when I was there some people Can say like maybe that was a still I still back because I explained one year just learning ESL classes, but it wasn't because without a year in all the health on the home from the program. I was in be able to be at the college level you needed to have one in order to get to the other. Yes. Sometimes we want to run and do the things quickly but thighs it is not a way some people, you know, they have like, you know, they live here they were here the so they have like more opportunities and they have the time and the language all those things but you have to be perseverance and have patience. So I understand you are attending JM you you're at James Madison University. Now, did you graduate lf-cc and they'll go on to JM you.
"jose l." Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Which is not a bad thing though that's not a bad thing. The, the bigger films date. Because they happened the money. They will spend it. It's even when they don't need it. They'll spend it so. We don't have it. You kind of have to be more creative and. Practical I think has has a place in digital does too I, mean I? I I was talking about this about the marvel movies whenever they would show Thanos at the end of a movie. Houses guy going to be the head in in A. Lead Villain, it looks too cartoony, and then they just kept improving and improving it, and then finally when. He looked like Berlin a little bit. I mean it was really amazingly done. The first time. If you look at the older movies either some look that good. So. That's the thing it's like when you. The practical effects it's the actors face and attempt to get into character more as opposed to just having dots on their face. You know so. We've ladder so. You're tools. They really are and I. Think if you have it you us both. I'm I go back to the universal monsters in great makeup men and and the work. They did with practically nothing. And Dick Smith people like that so Rick Baker, so those are artists and magic did was amazing. Yeah, so you just gotTa Use to light to. for the right project or yes. And whatever you can afford, but Yeah, we talk about. The is for a long time. the ice and the severed head were were the biggest challenge. But go yeah, a decision and work, so that was great. It's good, it's good. You, know the other the other thing. I wanted to point out also in terms of some effects. We have A. we have a scene where one of the girls breaks a bottle of a you know a beer bottle, and again for you know for big movie wouldn't be a problem, but when you have a low budget film, we, we only bought two. And we're going. You know it's like that was like they're like twenty six dollars each. which doesn't sound like a lot of money, but when you have to buy all this other stuff. I know the twenty six bucks is you don't want to spend too many of those and we're going like well. What's going to happen if? If. That bottle doesn't break exactly the way we want it to break. You know shall we're thinking right before were shooting and we're very limited on that location. That was that was a park in seamy valley. So we were very limited on the amount of time that we can shoot there. We had to be out of there by one o'clock at the latest because they have tours of that house. This is the White House in the film. And it. It just so happens and by the way we were shooting. Everything was day for night. All the night. All shot during the day and she hits us that railing with the bottle. And, it was perfect I mean it was like. It was such a sigh of relief you know. A one take basically..
"jose l." Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Little. casting call and we brought all of their their friends over. And and then put an ad in the paper as well, and that's how we got the the kids together I mean we were? We just lucked out. great chemistry between them from day one and and they were willing to do whatever, so it was, it was great it was. It was a lot of fun. It's a very good friend of Debbie von. And so we're, we're talking. I mean they go way back and and she said you know Tina Cole. And I said I think the name sounds familiar. She is yes. She was in my three sons Rob's girlfriend. Go All. Yes, I do. Remember her, and so she said What do you think about her? Being the grandma and go? Wow! Isn't she too young? TO BE THE GRANDMA? 'cause I remember seeing. The show Met and it doesn't seem like that many years ago, and it's a sure why not so obviously She came on board and she wanted to do it and. So, she was a lot of fun. Things she usually does that type of project yeah. I mean. It's one of those things where everybody the chemistry between all the actors and the and the crew was just amazing. It was just Like a family and and it just it just Gel from day one, which was really important to get this project. We thought we were going to have to be honest with you. We thought we were going to have more of a a musical You know revolving doors with people only doing one day, and then not seen again that kind of stuff, but what if people stayed on for the duration One of the things that we were lucky was with our makeup. Artists our our our head makeup artist who was able to bring all these girls? that. We're looking for credit film critic and we said man the more the Merrier I mean. We need a lot of people to do all this makeup. And the hair and everything else so. She would bring on three girls every day. Three different girls so. Two or three, so we lucked out. It's great you. They help you. You help them, so it's a nice Nice mutual benefit. Don't we take a short break? We're talking to Jose Tanaka about his film reawakened. We'll be right back..
"jose l." Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"It took seven months to to shoot, so we. We ended up. For about fourteen days. That's what ended up being. Yes. We knew exactly what power scene was GONNA have And again Limited by by budget, but also we didn't want to do the whole Gore thing. We WanNa do a lot of blood and Gore so that was another approach. There was There was purposely taken. To just have some pasta screen violence, and it's really funny because. I screened the film for one of one of my neighbors WHO's ninety two years old. and He loved it. I was I was. In Ninety two years old that she might. You know maybe have a heart, attack or something like that, but she was just enthralled with the film. I mean it was. It was a pleasure to watch her Watch this film, so so it was good. We wanted to make sure that a lot of people could see it without being grossed out by the violence and the Gore and that kind of stuff. Now with your cinematographer. Did you kind of have? A look that you wanted, and and specifically like Color Palette that you wanted for the film. Yes let me let me tell a little bit about that. Gary Bacon or director of photography photography. I've worked with him for some twenty years. He's a good friend He passed away by the way. Oh thirty here's Dory during the filming, he passed away. He had this. He contracted this flesh eating disease. We don't know how oh action. And he was gone within two weeks and it was really sad. We strategize prior to shooting I picked the camera as my camera. I bought the. It's a black magic forte. So we were shooting four. K. Twenty four frame raw. the whole film, and a front since we had a limited budget. We decided that we were going to do some basic three point lighting. And everything else in terms of texture and the background and all that was going to come in post. So I did some extensive Studying of DAVINCI was. To do all the color grading so I editing. Show the movie and the developed ready. So that's what helped us also get through this film. Fourteen days as we were shooting, we knew exactly what we wanted to get. I'm always a lighting director Scimitar. So when we got together, we knew exactly how we were GONNA. Shoot it. HOW QUICKLY WE'RE GONNA! Go through the scenes Dan how we were going to light it. and the fact that I've worked with him for twenty years have really helped us. being sink and they want which we needed. A long hand to go be a shorthand of anything exactly exactly. My first film we had a larger through. But and we also shot in. Eighteen days, but that was consecutive painting days consecutive A. Day off or so but Yeah, you know I've I've been at it for quite a while, so we kind of knew what we needed to do and It is what it is. Is some peaceful?.
"jose l." Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Now another addition of Tony Tomato on cy fi talk. From Lord of the Rings Type. Abraham but I remember. votes. Julian sounds as creepy man. Who Young Mazda. Someone I to. Wow Hey. That's great appreciate. My guy the Archangel Gabriel is. Really What is most important is that Burnham forgives herself? Because as burn my carry a tremendous amount of guilt, and shame on my name is Alex. Zahara played read God's Zales to. Iron Shirt, the one eyed onus, ricky. Allman coca were not. sci-fi talk. Papa typical. Behavior. Effects. What's it like for you both to kind of two things that aren't there? Well, you know sometimes you have an experience anyway. Like gone. In part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision, but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Long and prosper. Hi Welcome to Sifi talking today I'm talking to a CO writer and director of a film called reawakened Jose out the Naga. Good to have you on the podcast. Thank you. Tony is a pleasure. Those who don't know this story is about essentially a ghost of a witch. It's reawakened, and actually takes possession of another woman, and and the battle lines have been drawn here. What led you and your co writer to this story? we were looking for something that we can do ourselves. I did I've been writing with Remmy Mackenzie. That's the goal writer I've been writing with her nineteen eighty. So we have a long history, we've done a lot of scripts together. We worked on a lot of projects together and and one position or another. And she helped me with my first film, which was back in nineteen, eighty nine. That was how hot time of Montclair high. And so we wanted to do something that we could do ourselves with.
"jose l." Discussed on Asian Enough
"Much of the Gideon character and for the listeners that don't know Gideon is your son in the show. WHO's like gone off to Los Angeles to be a stump person? How much of Gideon is modeled after you like the Bigshot who laughed? He's not really involved to me. It's like you know I guess we might have used like slang lingo that we've just heard you know just working. Working in the industry, but for us it was really about like. If you were a famous pastor, you know in the south in this region light. What would be the last thing that you think you'd want your kid to go? Do and for us like in this world? It felt like Jesse would hate if his son went off and became a part of leftists Hollywood. That would be his. At the ultimate thing that that he would, he would probably hate that more than him. Being Satan worshippers, and so it just felt like a funny thing to sort of give him in, riled him up and I think it's a way that his son is a gideon for all the bad stuff he does in the season. You know ultimate the end of the day. He's just trying to get out from the shadow of his family and Carcassonne Path and so you know I think sometimes we can know we can push our kids into. into the lake, being opposed to the stuff, that's important to us just purely because they want to have their own running room. Has Your aunt watched the show your aunt? That's the minister and what? We're her thoughts, because like what was the challenge for you? In terms of the balance of not making fun of this community? No, she did watch. She send me little emails every day after she finished it and even the last one she was like. That's what it's all about. That's what the show adds up to. She's like that's what. That's what it's about right there about all the nonsense. It's about just that forgiving each other opening your heart to one another so for me. It was like you know look. I, know that at the type of humor we do from just from the sort of the lines. We cross the language we use and. I know that it's off putting to people and it's not anything that I'm attempting to try to like Oh. This has to appeal to everyone. I've found that I like the comedies that don't appeal to everyone. I like stuff that specific in. And I feel like there's like a challenge to kind of like jump through some hoops of tastes before you get to the to the center, and so I guess for me. Just you know I didn't want the I didn't want what pissed off about the show to be that like I was like speaking down to someone who believed in this stop, because ultimately like like I was earlier I don't know what the hell. I believe I'm not. Not Trying to have some standpoint, so if people didn't like it because of the language, or because of the nature of it, or how many male Dick's show? That's okay I'm okay with people, not liking it. That reason I didn't want it to be something that I wrapped up some controversy that it was like you know just trying to make fun of people who believe in something I don't know it's just not something I find
"jose l." Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And there's a good possibility that right now teams are scheming different ways do you realize that technology I mean what's concerning to me it is those those buzzing pieces we saw one of them fall offer for it was his finger in one of those at back to so he bent down to pick the catcher in the helmet and a bent down picked up is an astral player kicked off I cannot think of what was left of my head but those things that concerns me because you don't even there's no banging on garbage cans there's no whistling I mean that's the evolution of of how bashers did it and it culminated in a my new to think for lack of a better word thing tape to the skin I mean who is gonna be check in the skin of players before they they put their uniform on and and see she's about he tweeted a funny image on before of or was it before earlier today or yesterday of Jose L. to vacate his uniform having to go walk through a metal detector in order to get on to the field is that what this is going to come to but body scans cause I know metal detectors you can't detect that I I know that was that with this is gonna come to body scans of players for the step foot onto the field I don't know more calls after the break I'm damn car in on WFAN radio New York City your.
"jose l." Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast
"I think nothing has come close to that because I owned a lot of real estate and I told people it's kind of funny because interest rates went from eighteen percent down to nine percent over a period of time and everyone says eighteen percent that was the going rate back in the eighties. But I tell everybody you know I sat at a desk and I wrote Pan Rootin- letter to all the banks and saying look. I'm sorry but I can't afford to pay you this type of interest. I don't want you to forgive my loan. Just want you to lower my interest rates in line percent and I will pay you in every bank worked with me except for one but it was more of a difference. We want you to pay five hundred dollars for the attorney fees and that was okay so we worked on that way. Oy and then some real estate that I had on contract I went back to the owner and say look. I can't afford them here. I'm getting back to you so I I think the biggest thing is always communicate with your lender or who you own. Because they're in the same situation they want you to pay. They wanted to be successful. But you can't run on. I mean they're gonNa find you sooner or later so the soon as you man up or woman up as you say this you know I just can't afford it. This is my income today. It was that much last last year. Or whatever you'd be surprised of banks will work with you if you're up front with them right away. I love that honesty you have you have to be honest with them right right at Pratt. Yeah that communication create trust creates. Trust some advice right there. We're building that new building over here on South Midkiff and you know I was GonNa. It's an expensive bill to put it that way but anyways I was going to borrow from the bank just a one point five million dollars just you know we're going to pay cash upfront. But then I decided why pay Castles Asas go and borrow some money. So yesterday I was talking to the bank or Nice. Yeah let's go to a million and he said why I said. Well I really don't want a lot of dead at the of the economy cosell. He said okay. I understand but you know there again. You're talking and convey into your banker what you're thinking right and I think that's what you always have to absolutely. What do you want your legacy to be you know? I don't think I've ever thought of it but I think I want my legacy to be. He is that when people go back and read articles grandkids. Go back and say who's GRANDPA. Well you know. GRANDPA SAT on City Council. Mine year so it was at large council member. Yeah he was chairman of the Texas alchoholic beverage community he served on Rick Perry's campaign you know. He went to the George Bush Economic Forum warm and he got to speak. You know he knew. All you know all these people but at the same time he was still a very in his skin person person and I think that's the main places you know. Show them that. You did a great job for community you believe in you know you believe leaving your savior and you believe in family and I think that's it. I mean because I always tell people when you die. A lot of people don't remember you anymore and five years a to leave it to your grant. I don't care how big and important you are at the end of the day when you're dead. They're moving along because life has to go on for what a great legacy you have and thank. Thank you for your service for all these years. I know you've served our community so well and not just feeding us the best breakfast Burrito town and beyond but you have served us in a city councilman did such a great job and and and a lot of you know a lot of people don't realize the time and hours that go into something like that and run a business and have a family and and so it's A. It's a lot that you did for our great community here in West Texas. Thank you. I think it absolutely if you WANNA be a member or good contributing person to any board. Take a Lotta time. It just can't show up and vote. I mean you have to put a lot of study behind to get to where you want to go. And what are the issues that you feel so passionate about and how you can get there and who you need to get votes from and stuff like that. I mean it's it was wonderful and I left when I wanted to live on my terms and that was kind of like I talked to the mayor yesterday and Jerry's done such a wonderful job for the surging loves. This community has a passion for it and it was very disappointed. But I tell Jerry you know about them want. Nobody's GonNa know you. anyways tide is because I was on the couch and I was a mover and Shaker and I was doing on everything I said but by the end of a month is no one's calling you know newspaper wanting interview nip no. TV's Watson interview. It's over with so yeah. It's part of life right and the next the next chapter begins mix chapter begins. We're running out of time and I wish we had more time. I've I've I've really enjoyed our conversation and just learning more about your story. It's been wonderful. I've got two more questions. Okay I I one is a mentor as there have been a mentor in your life that really has made a difference. You know there has not but I can say I had a lot of friends that are older than I was so I learned a lot from them. uh-huh but not so much in a guy that takes you by the hand and tells you how to bank and show you how to do this. It learn it on yourself learned. Yeah those were self learned and then finally when I reached out to you and said Hey will you be on my podcast and you're coming in here and you thought Oh. I hope I get this out. You know what's Krista Christa ask me. Is there anything that I haven't asked you that. Maybe you would like to share with our listeners. You know we have listeners. All over the world by the way drinking you wanNA share to them. Those people over there in France and in life is good and pursue it with all the passion. You half and don't stay at a job. You're not happy with you. Have to be happy and everything the thing you do because you don't want to wake up forty five years with the mortgage five kids and kids going to college and not happy great advice do what you WanNa do. I love it Jose. Cuevas thank you so so much for being with us. Today I have loved loved our conversation if anybody would like to learn more of course there on Lynton they have a website. We have all of that in our show notes but my best advice is go. Get a number of today if you haven't had asthma. When is rainy and misty? A forty degrees thirty nine. Yeah this is time sounded have read or exactly right. That's when I actually. I have a salad under my desk. But I'm thinking of kicking the salad to the side and getting jamboree does so thank you so much. 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"jose l." Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"On the phone right now. I I left my coffee. Left. It though like the thing is everybody left it. And he was like may you call them Jose? The way you said it, you're like, no, no, no, no. You know nuts. I heard you said his name wrong region. Let me crew resin that let me interrupt Regis. You said I'm I'm very fair to her year may. Jose. Yeah. See that's why said he did go meals age is heard doing valid sheet. I heard it too. But I was gonna say nothing. No, Mike, should he'll bully. Y'all. So next week next week. There's not going to be no fuck in soundbites being played over everybody me, and Mike you're gonna gonna make sure that the ship is run tight in. Nobody gets fucking sheep banner. Just because they don't agree with that. When you got interrupt, Mike and Nestle spam that sound bore. You can't stop them. He hit on when you feel like it. We got international get off your chest next week where? Rated. Would be given out. House a good way might. Good to go. That was good, bro. I like to get in studio, man. Top rank OJ Roddy media as versus Jose's a better. I'm going with the bed. I 'cause Regis. Are you sure did not reach us fighting the Pedder? I'm going where I'm going with Jose. Cutty? Mike is Mike is petty three is. Yeah. But he won't write reaches down. So can eat crow readers. Pigs a bed. I remember he pigs at I'm going with Regis. You better I'll know shit about the pay. Got a burst of that. We. Yeah. I'm gonna go with Jose Ramirez. I'm gonna go with man, I meant to do all week research on Okada 'cause I know that they had that whole breakdown of him on whose channel was. I can't remember, but I didn't see nothing. So I'm gonna go BELTRAN just because I've always been a fan of BELTRAN. And Genesis servanda. I'm gonna go is Genesis as well only guys seen fight of the two. So and then gave her Flora's will run. Yeah. Even though I like a Bill trauma. I think is is about that time for any. He had a good career Nosair opinion loss to Scott. A drought last right. And I think that this guy from Japan may have feed it, even though he was down here last fight. He showed that he had a win any make up and keep you on. I think he might in the. Love your some on the dogs. Week. Zucchero one. We didn't know right. Right. Wiki school is a can. Dan. This woman say. I haven't seen Jose. I need watch some footage. I've been busy are weak. Raymundo beltran? I feel the same way, you know, at this point is going to be hard trying to climb back up. He had great success in this rally into his story line in congratulations for him winning. But you know, it's going to be real curious to see how he does against all these prospects. I need to see some of these guys before I make these picks doing on the bedding show his Ness gonna make me bet. But first time why I mean, maybe maybe we gotta we gotta we gotta really go to work tomorrow. Una get these guys the word all week. I know elm sat out the mastermind he at least some research because he taken a series. You know, he wanted take those big checks home. But I'll tell you one thing though, I'm definitely more way be patient. Everybody will for two. I got a par. I knew you don't like basketball. But just trust me, man. I got you. Just. We don't talk basketball parlays on this show up. So we got to say that for the patriarch members only. Okay..
"jose l." Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Jose. A Cumulus station. Government shutdown rejected nominees. I'm Anne Cates. Another round of talks has been held today is a federal government shutdown continues correspondent Boris Sanchez. We're now hearing from some aides that were in that closed-door meeting today between top administration officials and aides to lawmakers the president actually just tweeted that it was a productive meeting. We're not hearing that from the folks that were actually behind those closed doors. We understand Democrats got a detailed list of proposals from Republicans that outlined the president's plan for border security spending. But the Democrats didn't make a counteroffer the Senate has rejected dozens of presidential nominee the Senate sent back more than two hundred seventy nominations from the previous session of congress after the official start of the new congress which began on January third. In addition, the Senate sent back scores of foreign service nominees this move by the Senate means President Trump will have to decide whether to re-nominate each of the nominees and then start the Senate confirmation process all over yet. The president and administration officials have. Repeatedly lamented the pace of confirmations on Capitol Hill, but the Senate did confirm dozens of nominations on Wednesday and a final package just moments before the new congress began Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. A suspect is in custody and the Houston shooting that left a seven-year-old girl dead at least described the suspect in the days after the shooting as a white man in his thirties or forties. Activists built the killing was racially motivated Saturday twenty year old Eric black junior. A black man was arrested in now is charged with capital murder Harris County sheriff Ed Gonzales says the initial description from Barnes's sisters in the core with her may have been off because of the stress and confusion of this situation. I think he was sincere information I came for. There was no nefarious motive to give a different description Gonzales says a tip led police to black junior and another person thought to be involved as being questioned, but isn't charged. Authorities say Barnes's killing was likely a case of mistaken identity. I'm.