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Fresh update on "julio" discussed on Con Salsa
"Is, Williams says Our role has Lopez, better known as Tito's role as he was born on June 14th 1935. And unfortunately passed away suddenly last year at the age of 65 the day after Christmas. He had been Gathering with this family celebrating Christmas Day. And early the next morning on the 26th of December took ill and That's the way way were shocked that is passing. It was known as the guy who such settle, I had the chance of sharing the stage with them on a number of occasions. And he was quite the singer. Quite the entertainer. May he rest in peace. Julio says that role as Lopez did, Doris Selection title. Contra Me, Mama. And actually started me Mama from his album DBS Deep in us, and we started off.
"julio" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"I find true joy in creation in like helping others give what they have to the to the world. I don't know how that is connected to god. It is i. I don't i don't practice anything. I just do my best to be nice and have an being is in half do you stu you actively try to be present because you seem like a grounded person You know i think i am. I think in pretty present. I definitely i'm always thinking of tomorrow. I'm definitely always thinking of like Possibility thank you. Yeah yeah about about awesome abilities. I do when i am president with someone i think i am. I am quite why president trying to be all right. Well this yeah. I well i felt it today and i really appreciate your time. I think you have another thing you have to get to. So would you say. I love this conversation. I think you could tell thank you for doing it. We have the guest. Of course. I hope to see you in person someday again. Would you say the the catchphrase we have the guest sign off by saying keep it be it means good things. It doesn't mean anything sneaky. It just means stay crisp. Stay fresh how would you say for us. All all wildly do it at. How would you say it in spanish. I've had other people say in spanish. Did you mean krispy crackers crispy right. Yeah or like fried like robust I've asia in temperature. That's right that's right to say yeah. Go ahead Way it's just like keep crispy or like goodbye. Crispy you can just say kepa crispy monte client. I loved it even more. Now you can say it in english. Keep it christie. Julio thank you so much you're a real delight. I really enjoyed this. I needed it today. I was a little low. And i feel much better talking to you. I hope your day goes well and thank you. Thank you both. Thank you very much. We'll see you soon and together together. When is it out. you don't know either. I don't know either the things that i'm in. Well don't worry we'll put it in the intro. But it's a great movie and people should check you out an end your grading on very very very funny. They're wonderful and so were you all right. Julio thank you very much bye-bye dan..
Fresh update on "julio" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show
"To think. Rogers was just calling up Trent Williams like Yeah. Why would you sign here? Stupid E. That's crazy. That will be the wildest offseason story that we've heard is that Rogers was calling free agents like Yeah, I'm not gonna be here. Even though I'm under contract for the next three years. I'm out. Don't come here. That's a funny story. 855 to 1 to 4 to 27. Tyler. You're next up, man. How's it going? A pretty good man. Thank you for taking my call. Love it. Thanks, man. Yeah, um, kind of throwing this out. There is shot in the dark. Um, I've been agreeing 100% what You've been saying, but What it enticed Rogers if we trade Jordan love and maybe a picker, too, or something like that to Atlanta to acquire Julio Jones. That's a really good thing. Don't think Atlanta would take Jordan love, though, like they just had an opportunity to take Justin Fields or another quarterback in they passed on it. I don't think Atlanta's interested in the Q B They're not fair enough. I just thought maybe, but all right, man. Well, thank you very much. No problem, And I know I don't think it's crazy to think that Or I don't think it's crazy to think that Green Bay couldn't get Julio Jones straight up. Now, I think it might cost them a little bit more of a premium because they're a team in the NFC, But I do think you congratulate Oh, Jones, if you want him this year I think after June 1st We're going to see the teams are going to make a real strong push for Julio Jones. And I think he's up for grabs. Like if you come with the first round pick. I think you could get Julio Jones now. I'd be hesitant to give up that level of compensation for Julio giving him coming off the injury and his age and his contract like I wouldn't be thrilled about it. But if you're a Packers team that thinks that he could be the over the hump weapon, then I could see how you could justify it to yourself to overspend it like I think, Oh, Leo's probably worth it, too. Julio's worth it too. But would you want green Base to which we think is going to be a back half second round pick? So we're talking about pick 59 for Julio Jones is not enough. We'll keep taking your phone calls on this 855 to 1 to 4 to 27. It would appear that Aaron Rodgers wants to be on the trading block. But I don't think the Packers want him to be on the trading block. I don't think he's going to be traded. I think the rider is going to be the starting quarterback next season. Or the Green Bay Packers. What says you 855 to 1 to 4 to 27? You're listening to the Harrison Experience.
"julio" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"I love it and then what it'll be even sweeter is you do want to buy a house or something like that at some point just being able to afford it. You know that. Know what i. I will buy something when i have the money for it and then like the other piece of the puzzle is like more but i also said that i don't wanna do commercials right now. I know the hell. Am i going to get the money. If i also don't wanna like dance with any big corporation. Why wasn't yeah i. I've made my peace with that i. I'm forty two. I've done some commercials and they were really good to me but like you you know you know what the cost is and this is really what you're protecting. I remember when i was doing the trade baby voice that the talking baby for awhile. And i remember that like i did a live show with doug benson and he made this joke about the trade baby being like a black market baby or something like the sort of like dark joke about where they even get that and it was just a ref. It was pretty harmless. I it's worse. Julio get this feeling in your body like an involuntary like ono. I'm on a show where this joke is being made. And everyone's laughing. And i'm sitting there and all of my comedian instincts are like who cares. In fact the people i worked with a detroit were were cool. They probably wouldn't have cared. But i started to get really paranoid when someone starts giving you money. Even if it's lorne michaels right you had to have a little sense of like well. If i went you wouldn't do it on fallon because he has the same allegiance. You know what i mean. You start getting these. These inorganic meaning materialist. Meaning manufactured allegiances whereas you might love your mom because you love your mom now. You're kind of like what. Lauren represents this job. That got me into this. And that and that's what traders and you start to realize it's not it's not that it's like so fucked and evil but you realize that there's a game being played and now you're you're suddenly grownup and you're like an element of bar. Telling doug pleased edited out and he did but like i. It was a new experience to be like. I really need you to help me. I've kind of look i just. I just can't have e-trade into this to don't know. E-trade trades is an idea. It's a group. It's a group of buildings in a group of email addresses and like sort of become insane. People this is what you'd call maya. It's illusion it's like nothing's really happening. It's more real to be on an airplane and wonder if your neighbors and alien its ads real as me wondering if this idea is going to be mad at me but because i mean you can consume deconstruct this even further and be like. They're going take away. The thing that i do that south this thing that other people do and then they give me these legal tender that i would also isn't real but like we're dancing so many dances that it literally is insane. We're all sort of insect. Your inevitably you become your way. But i just wanted to like. I did the address thing because it was easy. It seemed funny enough and it was like money that i wanted for x. y. and z. Right right and then suddenly. You're like a wool. Now certain aspects of my life are compromised. That's what it is you you build a new room in the interior of your interior house. And then i have sponsors for this podcast like if you started talking shit about one of the sponsors. I'd probably be like well. We have to edit that out and that's the cost. That's what people mean when they talk about like selling your soul or whatever so you have to be very conscious and careful about it. But i'm not saying. I i have figured out. I'm saying it's a you staying out of the credit game and staying out of the add game might be even more than you realize like is because i'm telling you that there's a cost i yes. I will do it for as long as it feels right. It's the same being vegan right. It's like i. I have never kept myself from eating. I've never been like. Wow that stake looks really good right I wish i could have it. But i can't. Because i made a decision a while. It's like no. I actively dislike beef. Yeah yeah that's interesting. Do you not like it. Or are you opposed. Throw me out. It grosses me out flesh inside of me. Sure what about to have a corpse. It might be yeah i. That's that's the purest and quickest That's why like what about. I know some vegans that don't even like impossible burgers. 'cause they're like. I don't want to pretend. I'm eating a corpse like i'm awaking hadn't possible brokers out of curiosity and like if i'm like If i go to someone's barbecue and they made a gesture of getting impossible burger because they knew almost it'd be than i will have it but it does you'll like achey that's interesting. This is almost like flesh. I impossible burgers. Almost like flesh is great. Like that. I just i remember. I was told i actually was giving. Talk about the denial. He's he's not a vegan. He i think he eats meat but he's like in german. The word for me is the word for flesh like we don't we don't mask it we call it. We don't even call it a cow. We call it beef. That's a marketing choice right and again. It's like this american obsession with purity right. You're kicking to like corporations have to be good they. You can't just be like well. I do the bank of america thing. Because my money hustling bills somewhere. And i need a little piece of plastic carrying around cast. And that's why you know it's like no bank of america loves me and earth about and i think there and i think we we have to support bank of america. And if it's the same with. I find that it's the same with eating meat where it's like people can. It seems like people can just.
"julio" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"A disproportionate amount of these murals. Features are fat and five now. It like shorts murphy like voluptuous mirvat. While murphy do you keep an eye out for like. Do you ever get that. Feeling of like a serendipity like i keep seeing smer fat or you just like what's up with berlin and smer fats. I think i think what's up with this place in in like i. I like when a pattern like that strikes. The i can't stop thinking about it. Yeah but then later if someone with a smurfit shirt invited to a party would you be more likely to go. Because you're like prevent like follow the summer fed. Its neo follow the white rabbit like you have to keep go. I i love that the There is also a an insane amount of a guys on apps particularly tinder that have asked their profile Them in front of the vessel. The hudson yards Do you what i'm talking about. This new york red is it the the narrow building known in it or not. That's the oculus It's it's the one that looks like a beehive. It's sure it but that's that's that iconic that you should see it again and again and again on gender it's new but it's like again and again and again and again and it's like and then i kept thinking like what is it because i get sort of. I understand the type of person that does the leaning tower of pisa. Make sure i understand on personality is ride. They're playful. i feel i understand. I understand i hold tower. People out what they're about their classic there maybe romantic romantic. They want children every holiday. You're going to need to be pushed a little in progressive vassal. I'm like why. What does this say yeah. I'm a wealth. Yeah isn't that funny. Like i mean that's the whole culture of influencers is like if i'm seen it's actually the the whole culture of consumerism. If i wear a certain kind of pants or drive a certain kind of car the attributes of that brand or transferred to me they actually become an extension of my identity right so it makes sense that you're like look i'm new. I'm impressive i'm enigmatic. Like even though the person obviously may not in very well isn't any of those things. But i would like to of me as that way. That is really neat. Like the idea of like or really boring averaged person just like standing in front of a sports car being like fleet when you average the total out of everything in this picture. I hope these little yes. Please consider the car yes. Don't just grade. Chad chad and this car this car. It's so that's like glasses frames can be. I'm thinking of like. I'm not talking about style. I'm talking about like trying to buy a personality you know like or by prestige like this is. My clothes are put on pretty people right because it's lake solution. If that i'll be pretty obvious elephant. That was part of my dream last night. Was i was talking to somebody about okay so i sat down at the bar and they put down the coasters and the coasters had goose island. Ip a on it for some reason. And i looked at the coaster. And i started saying to the guy who later forgot his lines. I said. isn't it weird. That i'm more likely to order goose island. Ip because the coaster says goose. Island and. I was like if we're really honest with what's going on in our subconscious. It's not just. I saw the brand. And i wanted. That's what we think. Or i saw the brandon. It reminded me that. I like it. Okay i actually think it's much more infantile and vulnerable and childish than that i think it's like cou silent. Ip gave me this coaster. They love me like we. We don't want to admit how vulnerable we are to advertising. Everybody wants to be like it doesn't work on me but we know it does because i think it's appealing to our child like this very vulnerable sense of like goose. Ip wants me to have a place to put my drink like thank you like. It's very sweet. Excellent it's kind. You didn't think we'd be that's kind. You'll let me have the same jacket as kate upton. That's so kind. And i think the kindness it is the corporations are now all that is what they're selling. That's so funny. Yes and like the goose like your gratitude for having a place to put. Your glass is at the very least. They did provide a place for you to put the glass rides. Provide a piece of carpet for you to do that. Get really mad with like a bank of america flow on like like a gay pride parade on my supposed to think. Oh bank of america cares about me. They care about my rights. That's the whole it is so i it just so sleazy it's sleazy but it's a disturbing reminder like like we don't remember in the movie one hour photo this is where i learned that they were like we don't like red eye because it reminds us that deep down. We're just animals because it makes our eyes look like bats disturbs us. I also think it's disturbing to consider how vulnerable we are. You're taking it to the next step going. Which is what comedians do. What a lot of people do not just comedians. And you go like. That doesn't mean bank of america's pro gay or cares about me but like coca-cola cola and numerous other corporations has done a really good job at being like coca cola. Julio coca cola is christmas. It's christmas like coca cola. Christmas lake coca cola is like remember those commercials. They had just like kids. Playing soccer in africa is being so like and then they get a coca cola in an immeasurable in their lives. Or the polar bears it's just these.
"julio" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"And i'm like answering them as best they can and You reminded me of someone like okay in this. Just sorta smiled and looked down. And then i like to pretend to fall asleep because i no longer wanted to talk to her by the almost landing. She asked the flight attendant for a pen and grabs a piece of paper scribbles. Something down older and she been we land. She grabs her suitcase. She's like a couple of people ahead of me. I'm behind her. She reaches over and she hands me a piece of paper. This is gonna be good. I don't i want to save it. And i want to look at it till amethi econolodge hotel visit econolodge moment for the economy lodge and then i did. I got little tell ra my open. The the known it said i almost remember it verbatim. Hey baby Hope you have a great. I hope you have a great journey back to your destination when face. I know that you're an indigo alien. Parenthetical high energy frequences your well or something like that. And then she signed it. Her her name was ari or era. Gabriel something like that gabriel's like an angel name. I guess oh my god so. She thought you alien. She thought she had a unin counter. She's on a podcast right now. Going like i know. I really hope she flipped by one of your things on tv. And it's like energy elian. Julio leaks agent. He's doing okay. I'm so happy the alien gone needed. I always like. I remember. Because i went to a religious school and people tell stories about seeing angels right and they were always sort of sort like your story meaning. They saw somebody that they couldn't quite place or reminded them of something or whatever it might be and the one that i remember my friend. Amy told me that she was working in a ice cream shop. And a guy came up and he just seemed really other worldly. And then he was. Like he ordered the weirdest combinations. He was like. I want banana cream and mint. Ice cream martin. Classic classic angel move. Whatever they're about they don't have our palate they wanna do something weird and then when he paid. He held up the money and he put it in their tip jar. I guess anyone. This isn't what it's about is it. And he put it in charge of the walked away but my friend mark feeling at the time. When i've done stuff like bat way. I it's up to you. Just want to be the guy with the chain around your waist. Tethering you from the moon. You know you'll like being interesting or weird. What i love about your story was she probably just saw. Did you have like a like a was. Your hair died or was there anything now. I was in college. That is so funny. I looked as boring as could not that. You're you know you're later. Look alien but i could see my mom being like. Who's that alien. I'll be crossover. Football you fully embodied your energetic body. That is so funny to you. Strike me as a guy who might be going around the world with an eye for the absurd like she like you might be a guy who goes like is this am i right. I might be wrong like you're not gonna just go. Of course everything is everything. Everything is normal. Maybe even if you're not specifically looking for aliens or angels you seem like you're comedy comes from a guy that's going like wait. What like with everybody i I really like when. I'm traveling really finding those odd specific things that not many people many maybe have picked up on you. Went to berlin is a bunch of street art. They're in realized like.
"julio" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Lov that's it pregnancy Or burn lower breakup or whatever By it's when you feel like like it's in the friends. The tv show friends universe in the attic universe where certain things mean certain things in. It's just like tropes from tv and not reelect like you know what i was thinking like the m one at one of i have somewhere in the back of mind list of tropes that only exists in media and i have never seen in realize like Like when people when someone's trying to solve something in then someone in berkeley says something has nothing to do with it in any is like they are. that's it that's right genius right right the cherry plant berries. Cherries grow in pairs. They did it together. Them yeah when in the history of humanity that this happened or when when i i'm sure it happened once in a whodunit. Aggregating somebody and they go like. I'm telling you i didn't stab him and then they go. I'd didn't say he was stabbed. Like that's the twist in like a hundred thousand things. Although i do have to think a criminal giving up information that only the person who did it new is probably happens in real life a lot but it always happens at the last moment. Dominion tara gash. There is a disproportionate amount of representation of the like happy. Dance hilarious Yes feel like there are more people celebrating something via a happy dance on film than they are in real life. That's absolutely true. That's like that's like a bollywood thing. I i feel like the west borrowed that where it was like when you watch like bridesmaids which is a great movie gearing up towards the end when wilson phillips comes out. And you're like oh everybody's gonna dance very very bollywood thing. And they're all the characters dancing but then now it's hard to find. It's not hard to find but there's so many movies that do that because it worked. And that's sort of what we're talking about movies based on other movies which are based on indian movies. Which of course are movies. But you know i it transferred to the west very interesting and then we just end very interesting goodbye very sometimes. You just got me. Sometimes i'll just say compliment. I wanted to go to the.
"julio" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"I don't think. I think we if the characters are similar emotional lays as the two protagonists in lala land. They like learn or find out about each other. The same things than bennett does would feel like you're replicating that owns a location. I love it so serving tori right. Yes yes but this movie would be a different one but yes. I love that we have to have room for both one. We don't wanna make art. That's only based on other art but we also don't wanna limit the art. We're making to only one hundred percent pure absolutely novel new experiences. They'll go on a date to a bore farm and they'll flick lit cigarettes at the boars. I'm like okay. We haven't seen that before but like kind of what you're saying the tone of what you're doing like take your movie together together. It's a movie about a couple They're not excuse me it's a guy who has a surrogate is having his baby We like a naysayer could be like. We've seen movies about people kind of getting to know each other through a pregnancy before. When i'm watching that movie i'm like this has such a unique tone. It really is kind of low fi. It's almost. I don't want to say it's like a play but it's like just a lot of scenes of people talking and getting to know each other and like real world feeling. Would you agree with that. Yeah it's like a you can't stop making movies. Several lov that's it pregnancy Or burn lower.
"julio" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Moon and steel. And i think that there is something very american about wanting things to be wrapped up in a bow and it seems like mainstream america. America jimmy legs a binary like google that they like bad captain america punches. The bad guy having punches the bad guy and very a straightforward also bears this interest in morality as host to depicting life as it is as strange and On unresolved as as life is. because like. i'm not. I swear i'm not just saying this to agree with you. I love mirroring my guests and joining them on their frequency. But i'm so with you. That a story of a guy who has to chain himself to the earth till be drawn into the cosmos speaks to me in a level that lag. Just let's get bigger guns than the bad guys and then we'll win. It just doesn't scratch that edge yet in it's also because that is it is a very lovely metaphor or example for like desire right wanting something so badly but not giving into it with drying really hard to not give in to people can relate to anything that a lot of on of movies and tv's Replicate other movies entities to the point where it's like is this. Did this happen to anyone that wrote it or if it just stuff that we we nodded happens in tv world. Julio i'm raising my hand because i'm working on a movie script right now i have this date sequence and i was like well maybe they can go to an observatory and then a couple nights ago val and i were in the mood for something light. And we watched la la land and it had seen where they go the observatory and that i say humiliated. Meaning humbled me. I wasn't like devastated. But i was humbled going on. Why sina before. So what i'm realizing is. We're all at risk for making movies making tv making stand up making sketch making art. That's based on other art. We already mentioned warhol. Who are doing that consciously but a lot of us might do that unconsciously meaning. I almost wrote in an observatory script. Because i was going. What's in good date. And then i didn't acknowledge that i was referencing. A movie like. I didn't know so i. I asked someone who their friends Being like this business copying.
"julio" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"It's the first time. I used soom which was obviously a code situation. Yeah i'm realizing the first time you soom was for a soom rave with A march twenty twenty then very quickly. Mary quickly what what i mean. People were dancing. I mean that's not that weird. I guess my i. It was just like it was more sad than anything else. It was sort of like sorta like soon birthday parties. Weddings zoom like yes christenings or whatever it's just like there's something there was something a little over sure. Was it music like everyone was listening to the same music. Yeah there was a dj. The aren't laid not enough. People could get in me asking if i'd like. New adore guy was zoom. You needed the zoom. One has to leave. I guess it's a. It's a fire hazard. Yeah certain point. You can't have too many people in the zoom that is so funny also made me realize who were the lunatics using zoom before the pandemic because there were some. I had never heard of him. Yeah before and skype must be like i. Don't you know mad is skype right now. This kind of thing. What whatever it's more than one person..
"julio" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"I can find my memories more easily. I can access my creativity more easily. And and if i was trying to memorize something boy i wish i had alfred brandon college but i'm so glad i haven't now. I always have it in the pockets of my jackets. I have a bottle in my coat every about bottle in my bag. I'm never far from alphabrain. I sincerely sincerely sincerely love it. And if you want to try it and show your support of the podcast. All you have to do is go to on it. Dot com slash weird. Just like that anything on that landing page there you will get ten percent off and show your support at an. It dot com slash weird. And you'll get ten percent automatically at checkout. Get your brain. Get your brain one and show your support for the show sincerely means a lot Oh and i did want to plug if you want my latest special dirty clean. It is on sale right now on vinyl at eight hundred pound gorilla dot com. I'm very proud of that special. And i'm really thrilled. That people are adding it to their vinyl collection We worked hard on the design. The record please if you like that sort of thing or if you want it for gift eight hundred pound gorilla records dot com and search for dirty clean all right guys enjoy. Julio torres and be sure to check out together together in select bidders now get into it. Lily julio he he is at the intended zoom name. Yeah gig laughter..
Pollock 8 RBIs, Beaty 7 RBIs, Each Slam as Dodgers Bop Brews
"AJ Pollock and Matt Beaty both had monster games is the Dodgers crush the brewer sixteen four Pollock hit two home runs including a grand slam driving in eight runs while BT also had a slam and drove in seven this was the first time in twenty one years that a pair of doctors it slams in the same game with Adrian Beltre in Shawn green doing it back in two thousand BDM Pollock combined for seven of Ellie's eighteen it's making a winner of Julio your reus Alec Bettinger suffered the loss allowing eleven runs over four innings I'm David Shuster
Antonio Brown Re-Signing With Buccaneers on One-Year Deal
"Antonio brown is good. The case could be made over a six year period before he left pittsburgh he was the best receiver. Sense jerry. rice and the thing about receivers are randy. Moss might have this amazing year or two and his talent was you know. Maybe the best avenue randy moss. Another guy might have a year or two but these receivers tend to come and go fast. Now they stick around they might be like. Julio jones is he won the top three receivers. now he's not today but he certainly had times. Wise brown was very consistent very consistent and in just eight games. He had forty five catches as the number three option and what really stood out is his yards after catch or the best on the team so this is not a guy going out of bounds. This is a guy taken the ball and head up the field. I agree very productive. And if you think about it then that's awesome great. Why well obviously there's the author field questions but if you look at the time before the off the field were the questions. This was as productive receivers. We've seen since jerry rice and that's saying something that means maybe the second most productive six year period ever ever. Now he's hitting the wall when it comes to his age Four receivers typically again jerry. Rice was the exception to that even if he drops off a little bit a little bit. 'cause age antonio brown i believe will be at least as good if not better this year. Well how could he drop off and be better. The other circumstances remember he joined the team midseason right as much as he is a pro's pro in a way that in browns able to get acclimated and get integrated. He was paying much better coming into the playoffs now. He did get hurt but to me. His last three or four games were better than his first three or four which is a trend line. I think they continues with a more robust offseason into having the whole time with the team. So net net. I think browns more of a factor
Who Will Pick Kyle Pitts in Thursday's NFL Draft?
"All right. Let's have fun here with. Kyle pits blank will select kyle pits right. I think it's the falcons. I mean friscos. Been talking about this for some time. He doesn't think that the falcons are gonna take a quarterback he thinks arthur blank is all in on on matt ryan for another year to have a new coach and the new general manager. And here's the thing like if you trade down four. And i suspect it'll be teams interested in trading up to four to get whether it's trae lance macaroni justin fields. If you're the falcons if you move down if you move down you're not getting cockpits. That's just the end the conversation because either the bengals. The dolphins entertainment five or six and presumably. You're not trading with those teams already have quarterbacks. So that's the math you're doing and if you're not getting likely to march as we saw a report on monday for peter king that maybe julio jones could be moved with which seems crazy what they need a cap space Could you turn down for. Cornerback if the falcons you could but again what gives you more value in terms of making that football team better. I think it's how pet. So if i'm the falcons and i'm not taking justin feels matteo's trae lands i'm sampling. Taking cup pits. Janssen the blank blank. We'll take pets. I think it's it's atlanta. But i also be surprised if the team traded up with the falcons maybe even take pits like ryan saying you know the train up to the quarterback but you know teams fall in love your dallas. You know thousand the four but you know if a team really loves him that much and it's hard not to love that much than you could see. Maybe a team being overly aggressive. I think it was on On the nfl network this morning on good morning football there was a segment that they do with the giants traded up. You know. I don't know who is doing the job. Esau just a screen grab of it on twitter but the giants gave their first or second ebony ingram and something else to move up to four to get pits and it was you know something that on paper make some sense but you know. Obviously something is not likely to happen but still i would say it's four is where he goes. But the falcons do make some sense especially they decided we want from me jonesing. Another playmaker
Urías dominates as Dodgers pull out 1-0 win over Mariners
"Julio Reavis threw one hit ball over seven innings of the Dodgers one nothing win over the mariners in Seattle ria struck out a career high eleven in winning a match up against Marco Gonzales who surrendered Corey Seager's RBI single in the third inning reus allowed just two baserunners neither of which reached second is L. A. ended its first two game losing streak of the season the Dodgers played without outfielder Mookie Betts one day after he was hit on the right forearm by a pitch manager Dave Roberts doesn't expect it to be a long term issue I'm Dave very
Dodgers Home Opener Was One to Remember
"Somali. Friday was the home opener for the dodgers and they finally got to celebrate their world series title with their home fans inside los angeles is best known. Cova testing vaccination site a dodger stadium. You're there for the home opener on friday. What stood out to you about the festivities so the ceremony itself was kind of strange. The dodgers definitely do pomp and circumstance. Like nobody else. There's like this. Hollywood pressure to make super exciting and over the top today. We're gonna share some messages that have been recorded for the dodgers by some of the grades to the game. They had asked dodger players who were on the team last year to tell them who their favorite baseball player was growing up and then they went and got that player that former player to record a message a congratulatory message to that guy clayton clark here while what an unbelievable journey. It's been thinking kershaw's been he's from texas. He grew up worshipping. Clark number twenty two clark. So that made a lot of sensible apart congratulating him thirteen years in l. Mvp songs all star game appearances and now a world series ring. What an unbelievable career you've had so far young man recorded of mental. Julio reaction bradley. Leonard man beacon me Fan viewers and he kind of chided. Mookie betts for not picking hamper. A-rod was up there congratulating. Someone and got booed. I was super entertained because it was really awkward but the players seemed excited about it. So there you have it.
1 Dead, 1 Seriously Injured in Wrong-Way Crash in Holyoke, Massachusetts
"Route 91 in Holyoke dies After crashing into another car. This happened yesterday afternoon as 69 year old woman from Julio, driving south bound on the North bound side crashed her Mercedes into a Honda Civic that was in the North bound lane. That woman pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the Honda Civic, a 25, year old man from Springfield, taken to Bay State Medical Center with serious injuries. Police still investigating why The woman was on the wrong side of the road Theologian Derry
EVO Acquired by Sony and RTS, Announces Online Event in August
"Moving to Las Vegas last year evil was the event. I was the most excited for as the premier fighting game tournament evil holds a special place in the hearts of the f g c and e Sports at large depending they push last year's eve. Oh unlocked at least that was supposed to be the plan until Evoque co-founder. Joey cooler was accused of sexual misconduct wage to the cancellation of the event since then the future of the tournament has been in doubt Today evil acknowledge the accusations toward Clark as they announced a new strategic partner in Sony the exact details bit murky, but basically Sony and RTS a new venture out of Endeavors e Sports business have acquired the tournament through a joint venture partnership the terms of the deal were not disclosed their first announced wage. New partners was that evil online will be held this coming August from the 6th to the 8th, and then from the 13th to the 15th the tournaments that have been announced so far include Tekken Mortal Kombat Guilty Gear and Street Fighter off in the past. There have been quite a few more titles. Well big events a TiVo, but with the move to online some of the games don't quite have the netcode up to par to host Malik competition. Yeah. We're looking at U Nintendo last year. That was the reason Smash Bros was dropped from the lineup. It remains to be seen if it will make a return this year. Although it doesn't look like it's going to come out even when competitions can happen in person. So any involvement may push the tournament to focus on different titles not the one from Nintendo Evo is still open to all platforms. According to Mark Julio on Twitter who does Biz Dev for Evo Nintendo put out a statement basically saying, hey, we're still open to Evo for this year. The netcode will prevent smash from being played, but after a two-year Hiatus and was Sony and control it may never come back to the Evo stage personally. That makes me happy. He said but it's not exactly Sony or Evo's fault. I'm going to blame Nintendo in this one.
A Quick Guide to Multipliers
"If you play one hundred dollars through a slot and there's a seven times multiplier going on that day. It's as if you played seven hundred dollars through the slot as far as your comps goes. That doesn't mean getting seven dollars worth of let. Let's take an example. Let's say that. Normally if you play one hundred dollars to a slot machine you would get ten cents in comps that you could spend. Somehow if there's a seven times multiplier going on you'll get seventy cents for that hundred dollars that you played through. So that's basically what it is right. They multiply your reward points right now. They're different kinds of multipliers. Sometimes they're multipliers on your tier points. You know as far as your tier status goes other times. The multiplier is on wealth for caesar's anyway they're called reward credits the credits that you can actually spend like cash and julio actually followed up with an email to he was wondering in this case it sounded like it was only slots and he wondered if it ever happens with table games. Yes definitely in fact. I'd say most of the time when multipliers are offered it applies to any game that you're playing in the casino that's the way it is at harris southern california right now there may be some little rules here and there for example at harris southern california. If there's a ten times multiplier day on reward credits that will apply to every game except if you look at the small print except video poker. It's usually half and it only be five times. 'cause they figure well there's not as high a house edge on video poker is there are onslaught so sometimes you know depend on the game that you're playing but yeah you always watch out for these promotions because sometimes it can really pay off. I think right now. Sunday's are the multiplier every week at harrah's and it's hard for me to get out there. Mike on sundays on days when we've gone from multipliers. Oh my gosh we have gotten so many reward credits that we can use to spend
Seattle Mariners CEO Kevin Mather under fire for comments, releases statement
"Go badly for that team. Generally it does otherwise. That would not be talking about that team. Because they never do anything right. They never do anything good. So if I'm talking about the Mariners, and I'm talking about their president and their CEO, Kevin Mather. He probably did something really stupid. And then he and they are probably about to get wrecked for it. And if I'm talking about the president and the CEO, talking to the Bellevue Breakfast, Rotary Club It's gonna go horribly for everybody, and that's pretty much the result of him running his yap to the Rotarians earlier this month. You see, he was speaking to the breakfast Rotary Club on February 5th. Those comments became public yesterday and immediately went viral. So why is that? It's because, he said, the quiet part out loud and said so on pretty much every single topic imaginable. Like you know, the speech to the Rotary Club where nobody ever says anything noteworthy? You know what's an all timer when you've got a guy like that, having to issue a statement, which includes the following line, and I quote I've been on the phone most of the day today, apologizing to the many people I have insulted, hurt or disappointed in speaking at a recent online event. Unquote at a boy Ste. Hot champ. How the hell could anything that happens at the Rotary Club go so horribly that you have to spend a day apologizing to all the people they even salted and hurt or disappointed. I mean, how dumb would you have to be? How bad would that speech have to be to warrant an apology like that? A statement like that from the CEO of an MLB team answer. Really, really dumb. And a really horrible speech. The hell was this guy thinking anyway? Clearly he wasn't my man's mouth was simply on autopilot. Check out what he said about that stuff about the fact that he admitted there was no way that he was going to call it their top prospects last season. Not because they weren't good enough, but because the team wanted to manipulate this service time if our major league team had had a Cupid outbreak. Or, you know injuries and we had to call people up from the taxi squad. We were a little short on players because there was no chance you were going to see these young players at T Mobile part. We weren't going to put him on the 40 man roster. We weren't going to start the service time clock. There were all kinds of reasons that if we would have had injury problems or a covert outbreak You might have seen my big tummy out there in left field. You would not have seen our young players are prospects playing in T Mobile Park. Check this dude out. I'm gonna gloss over the fact that a grown ass man An adult just used the phrase my big tummy. In public. I mean, normally, that'd be one of the more offensive things in a speech like that doesn't even crack the top 10 here. Honestly, the fact that he's openly admitting to being happy to putting a lesser version of his own team on the field in order to manipulate service time isn't even the most egregious a fence from this dope. I mean, we already know that goes on. We already know that a bunch of major league teams do that. But this moron is the only one admitting it in public and going on record with it. Except he wasn't done. He had more. Like saying that Kyle Seager is quote overpaid and that this would be his last year with the team. Like that's cool. I guess I'm not saying the Seeker has been lighting the world on fire. But maybe you don't hop on a zoom call with the Bellevue Rotary Club and put one of your key players on blast like that. And he wasn't done not by a long shot because he had some thoughts that he wanted to get off his chest about the second ranked prospect in the organization, Julio Rodriguez. Julio Rodriguez has got a personality bigger than all of you combined. He is he is loud he is his English is not tremendous. Good Take, bro. Good. Take Got a huge personality bigger than all of you. But his English is not tremendous. Yeah, I'm sure that's not the first time you've said that and I guarantee it won't be the last. But first he had more than you want to say about Rodriguez, because why merely irritate Why merely irritate one of your best prospects when you can go in on him and really piss him off. Everybody, says 2021. He won't be here till 2022 or 2023. Fantastic kid. Really big on social media. He loves toe. Get out in front. He loves the Mariners. That's a tremendous approach. Right? Everybody says we'll be calling this guy this year. The hell we will maybe next year. And you know what? Maybe even the year after that. Make sure we keep on sucking before he gets here. Why bring him up? You might help us. I love that he chases that with quote. Ah, fantastic kid. Really big on social
Mariners CEO apologizes after disparaging comments surface
"Come Oh news, Seattle Mariners CEO and Team President Kevin Mather has apologized for comments made during a recent online event in which he expressed opinions about organizational strategy, personnel moves and club finances. Mather Speech included, among other things, comments on Mariners prospect Julio Rodriguez Rodriguez has got a personality bigger than all of you combined. He is He is loud. He is his English is not tremendous. He will probably be here in 20. Everybody, says 2021. He won't be here till 2022 or 2023 Fantastic kid. His comments came in a speech to the Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club in February. They're posted online over the weekend. You should've statement that said in part quote. I want to apologize to every member of the Seattle Mariners organization, especially our players, and to our fans. There is no excuse for my behavior and I take full responsibility for my terrible lapse in judgment. The Mariners are expected to release a
Australian court rules terrorists can be imprisoned longer
"In Australia has ruled that a Muslim cleric who was jailed for leading a terrorist group can still be detained despite completing a 15 year sentence. Sharma Julio in Sydney has more details. Abdul Nacer Benbrika, a known supporter of Osama bin Laden, lost his appeal against the continuing detention order filed by the Australian government. The high court found that the law was valued as it protected the community from the threat of terrorism. Ben break, his lawyers had argued that his prolonged detention was unfair and that the federal government did not have the power to impose the order. The Muslim cleric and his followers were arrested in November 2000 and five after Australia strength and laws to detain those in the early stages of plotting terror attacks.
A Mexican Belonging
"I get really excited when i have former contributors go and do great things and i wouldn't say this guesses a former contributor because i think we've had some of his writings within the last year. He's in dallas. Do you want to say hello to everyone. Say who you are. hello. I'm on scientists. I'm a professor of history. I was hoping you weren't saying former rebels. I'm still writing for you. Guys i totally was like former not. You still contribute. So you are a professor history. At mountain view college in dallas. You are the author of homeland which is an intellectual study of ethnic mexican belonging. Since one thousand nine hundred. How geeky is that it is. It is pretty geeky but i think it can be interesting. Sometimes i've i've made some revisions to try to get folks to read it all right now. Listen let's get a couple of things out of the way. You are a contributor to latino rebels. You have written for latino usa. I've known you at least online for like who five six years. You've written some great pieces. You have the best twitter handle ever first world chicano. And you really touched me. When i read the introduction of acknowledgments your family raises you right like you thanked everyone and then you thanked me so i wanna thank you for thanking me in your book. It was a nice little surprise. No i definitely wanted to shout you. Julio and hector out hector salamo. Who was a deputy editor for latino rebels. Yeah i heard. You're going to be on the latin ish podcast so i'm already plugging latin is for him. Yeah shamelessly fell promoted. Yup but i had gotten out of graduate school. You know it kind of is now. And i just didn't know what i wanted to do. Things are tough. I wasn't ready to go back to revision. And then i started writing. And you guys didn't care if i came out of harvard or northwesterners something. Oh hell no yeah you can write come right for us and i was like okay and yeah tell us over miami of how powerful writing can be and also helped me as a writer because i stripped a lot of the academic jargon stuff out of this book is an editor publisher before you talk about the book that makes me super happy because when you started pitching me and pitching hector and then. That was one of the things that i told you. It's like just don't be an academic. Bu and you wrote some fantastic pieces and you've also written an amazing book. It's really really accessible and it speaks to. I think a theme that i wouldn't say it's controversial but it is. How do you begin to frame your experiences for this book that drew you to documenting like ethnic mexican and chicano history in this way like what drove you when you write a book you kind of write about yourself even if it is a history and so a lot of became out of family history personal experiences and and one of my favorite stories that i heard growing up was my mom and her family. They've migrated from quiet and they moved help. Paso anna late sixty s in my grandfather used to pick up my mom when she was a little girl and he used to tell her. I heat the mood noblet glass near less by your picking her up and says oh my little girl. You know you're going to be. You're gonna be without a voice because you don't speak english or spanish and that's and to worry about his family gonna belong right. Did he make the right choice into. It was kind of rooted in a family story like that. My dad used to joke. Us from el paso's well used to joke. He didn't know he was mexican till they join the airforce right because they'll pass everyone's mexican mexican americans everyone's the same and then he goes off to the air force. Suddenly he's different. Wow yeah that's a really good way of looking at it. These family stories. You know you get the then growing up to right when i write about the us in the chest these mexicans who have lost their mexican answer. These wannabe americans right. That kind of touched home of folks as you know like you're a little bit of a virtual not there those feelings the wondering about belonging which again i don't think are isolated just to me. I think that's why i've gotten a few tweets folks like. Hey my family this. Yeah this is my story. This is my family. Yeah and so. That's where the idea about belonging came out of end. I thought a lot of different areas right Politics and poetry and so belonging with the concept with an idea but let me look at all the things that i actually want to look at right. 'cause i i like reading poetry like reading literature. I also like politics and policy. This concept helped me look at all those things. And i think kind of unique way yes so talking about belonging. It's probably not the same experience. But it kind of is from puerto rican perspective. Where i kind of say like you know people that live on the island versus people that live on i asked. There's always been that tension. And i was born and raised in puerto rico but now i live in the mainland. So i'm not seen as like purely puerto rican so when you talk about the divide in the early nineteen hundreds that emerged between ethnic mexicans in the us in us. Born mexicans like you mentioned the which was in the you know that type of idea. How has that evolved throughout the years. And what is your book touch upon in that case. That's really interesting with you. Be boring and then your kid. They're gonna i
'Barney Miller,' 'Sanford and Son' actor Gregory Sierra dies
"Actor Gregory Sierra has died after battling cancer January fourth outside Los Angeles according to his wife I marquees are loaded with the latest Gregory Sierra's breakthrough role was playing Fred Sanford's neighbor Julio Fuentes on Sanford and son he also played Gianna on Barney Miller one of his trademarks was breaking in a rapid fire Spanish when he was angry so you're also had roles on soap Miami Vice and Hill Street Blues his wife Helene says Sierra was extremely intelligent a brilliant actor and willing to defend the underdog anytime
"julio" Discussed on The Falcoholic
"We're talking about julio jones. His future with the atlanta falcons as he goes into last few years of what has been in arguably a hall of fame career and he is definitely one of the greatest players to ever wear the red and black for the atlanta falcons. Before the break we talked about his twenty twenty season how he compared to some of these other. Great receivers of all time You know the reality of his games and his contract status the fact that he will definitely be here in two thousand twenty one. But i want to talk about some of the other. Things are factoring into this discussion. The falcons have actually been remarkably lucky. And they're drafting of wide receivers over the years if you look at The fact that they moved from roddy white who is a very good wide receiver to julio jones which is a very good transition from wide receiver one to wide receiver. One and now. You've got them moving. Essentially from leo jones to calvin ridley who in his third year in the league has shown that he's he's really. I think ready to take on that role of being the the true number. One receiver on the team. The falcons have had incredible fortune in just finding some great receivers to continue to come in and keep the productivity going at that position and it's even more important in today's nfl. incredibly pass. Heavy in the falcons in particular who have been unable to establish a running game since two thousand and sixteen now. Calvin ridley turns twenty-seven this season and now granted that december twentieth. So he's going to be twenty six for the majority of the season But if you use sort of the same barometer for calvin that you do for julio he's probably got five six seasons left in that range He will be in the fourth year of his contract in two thousand. Twenty one. More than likely to falcons will exercise the fifth year option on him which will keep him here Through his age twenty eight year which means he's going to be essentially under contract. Calvin will in twenty twenty one and twenty twenty two julio's last year on the team currently is set to be twenty twenty. Three that is also the year. That calvin ridley will become a free agent. Now unless something goes completely sideways with calvin ridley. I suspect that the falcons will want to get him. Signed to a deal before they get to that twenty twenty three season and obviously the the team can Offset the cap. Hits to where larger cap hits happened down stream for him if they get him to a four or five year deal. I imagine they're going to try to get a four or five year deal something like a three year deal. But with calvin it's that we're going to have a year a or two depending on when they get in that new contract again. Twenty twenty two. He can play under that fifth year option. But a lot of times you try to get these guys secured. So they don't have to play internet. You can control the capital of it better because that fifth year option also essentially guarantees them. Money and clubs want to You know day like the the safety net having that fifth year option but in reality it's in their best benefit to try something go upfront. Because if there's one thing we've seen in the nfl the longer you wait to get somebody under contract the more likely it is. You're going to pay more than when you get them signed earlier. So with calvin. I suspect they're going to try to get something on paper for him in two thousand twenty two which means you'll have a new deal on twenty twenty two which is the first season. Julio jones can get cut This is critical The falcons are looking. Julio jones with that nineteen point two million cap hit and twenty twenty two which is really the first reasonable season that they can move on from leo. And they're looking at you. Know giving a new deal to calvin ridley to secure him for the next four or five years and honestly but they can keep that twenty. Twenty two cap hit for calvin relatively small. They're still going to be a bit of a cap. Hit in twenty two twenty two for calvin released new deal if it happens then and again that overlap of those two years with him. And julio is what makes the likelihood of Julio playing out his full contracts seem less and less likely now this may be influenced. By what the falcons do in the draft this year if they decide to use one of their draft picks on a receiver especially if they use a draft pick in day. One day to some of you are instantly triggered by the idea of them using another first round pick on the wide receiver. I also hope they do not do that. But if they use one in the second round or third round That could be assigned that they do not think lear jones will ride out his contract in atlanta with twenty twenty two being the the really the earliest year. They can move on from him. So calvin ridley and his emergence in this past season has really created a bit of a conundrum for the team. for them and how they perceive julio jones going forward now obviously his performance julio jones performance in twenty twenty one will also be a huge factor if he misses a lot of games due to injury if his numbers begin to decline at a rapid pace so we saw him at eighty five point seven yards per game were whereas carajas ninety five point five if that dips below eighty if it dips below seventy you could see some concern within the falcons organization that that declined that that wall that we talked about with guys like randy moss and andre johnson. If he's hitting that wall that twenty twenty two season becomes incredibly difficult to predict. Because do you wanna give in commit nineteen point two million of your salary cap in that season two at that point what would essentially be your second wide receiver on the team. A guy who will be thirty three years old. I'm sorry thirty two years old and Someone who if you cut improperly could save you almost twelve million against your salary cap again huge questions and honestly we're not gonna have the answers you know. We're we're projecting right now on this podcast. But i think ultimately what's going to really be a factor for twenty twenty two and twenty twenty three. The last year of his deal is going to be how he performs next year and what he is able to do Under arthur smith Whether he can stay incredibly productive whether the injuries are behind him if he can put another fourteen fifteen sixteen game season That's going to factor into the conversation. But i think looking at some of the guys came before him. Randy moss. Andre johnson calvin johnson. It's it is. It's not out of bounds to ask in wonder if you know. Julio can keep this going These guys play it such incredibly high levels with physicality the speed in the body. Just can't keep up with that for an extended period of time and honestly. Julio has already had an absolutely stunning career you know. There's zero doubt about that So with that said we did have a poll at the alcoholic dot com. Where we asked you guys what you thought what happened and what you want to happen and many of you voted and i truly appreciate this..
Gregory Sierra Dies: ‘Sanford And Son’ And ‘Barney Miller’ Star Was 83
"The family of actor gregory sierra best known for his role as julio fuentes on the nineteen seventies sitcom sanford and son reveals. He died earlier this month. This is only for this pleasure. The new york city native also worked at the national shakespeare company later. Detective and tv's barney miller and had parts in films including the towering inferno a spokesman for sierras family says he died of cancer january fourth. He was eighty
Jenni and Dee Met on TikTok
"So jenny or also known as julio loves you and d- st beginning On tiktok and we had the privilege of watching it unfold. And i think at first they were a little quiet about it but as it unfolded the rest of us watching. I had the privilege of just seeing their energy and their synergy across the screen. And it's really amazing. It really is a sweet love story and wanted the deserves to be shared. And we hope that you get all the fields that we got when we interviewed them. We'll be enjoy episode number four of founder on tiktok featuring jenny. andy. I i like your hair color. Thank you so much yup. Do you do that yourself. I do nice and had i known what the reactions i would get. I would have done it years ago really years ago every single day somebody stops me for my hair. Wow i love your hair and it's not like i'm saying it's because the connections because you walk around thinking people are jerks or whatever and then really not. Yeah yeah it is. Isn't it amazing purple. It's an it it just changes. Every time i wash it. Nice that's awesome. It's like a painting a room with the light. It changes you know. Yeah it's conditioner the coloring conditioner so it washes out after a while. There we go. That's our tease for the podcast. Find out secret to keeping her hair fresh purple and be tune in next week. Oliver haircut to go with this actually this well thank you so much for letting us pick your brains and we just think. Oh i know marlena talks a lot more With jenny and and communicates a lot more. But we love your story and We are so glad that you're going to be able to share it. So thank you for letting us do that. You're oko yeah it's important thing. There's my baby. I think you hear me. I can hear you saw so sweet. Your energy on tiktok is like it's amazing so we got it right now right. Well there's more but like that's the fun stuff. Yeah sure sure so. Let's talk about tiktok in general and when you got on why you got on and then we can talk about how you guys kind of connected on top okay. So i'll go first. Because i think i saw her. I believe shoes drinking a beer. Blake that the tiktok. And i didn't i didn't like interact with the video or anything i didn't interact with that one. The first one i interacted with was the china video. I think is that right. Is that right now. What which one with the first act interacted with that. They want to know first of all how you got on tiktok. I think that's that's what they're asking you. Okay thanks talk because of a pandemic of course my job shutdown and i run a small business to end that halted in so i have a lot of time over. He and I'd heard of tiktok. I've actually joined tiktok years before just to like videos or whatever but never never made my own and the first one i made was with my son It was a spider man video. That was the first tiktok. I made in. It just went from there. It was like. Wow this is fun. You know people see it and they like it Interact with you and it was fine. So that's where that all started with me.
Country Before Party
"Okay so like i said we have congressman castro's in d. c. The reason why. I wanted to bring him on it actually. I wanted to talk to him at the start of the joe biden transition and then the capital attack happen and then i found out during this whole impeachment proceeding that. He was one of the nine impeachment. Manager's name by speaker of the house. Nancy pelosi and i said i gotta talk to representative castro who represents the twentieth congressional district in texas and on wednesday before talked to him. He was on the floor of the house during the second impeachment. Vote and this is what he said. Donald trump is the most dangerous man to ever occupy the oval office. I wanna take you back one week ago. Today when people were barging through these doors breaking the windows with weapons armed pipebombs coming here to harm all of you to harm the speaker to harm the senate. Let me ask you a question. What do you think they would have done if they had gotten in. What do you think they would have done to you. And who you think sent them here. The most dangerous man to ever occupy the oval office if inciting a deadly insurrection is not enough to get a president impeached. Then what is all of us. Must answer that question today. The constitution requires us to impeach and remove. Donald john trump. So here is the conversation that i had on wednesday evening literally about fifteen minutes after the house of representatives voted to impeach donald trump for the second time congressman castro was in his office in dc. And i was in my latino rebels studio in an undisclosed location. So here's the conversation. First of all thank you so much for saying yes to this. I'm honored that you said. I'm talking to julio before anybody so that means a lot all right so here. We go representative castro. Were talking literally right after the vote to impeach. Donald trump for the second time happened before we get into the events of this wednesday. Can you talk to me about the events of last wednesday and what. It really meant being there. Because i honestly feel congressman. That people are starting to forget what's happening and it's only been a week. Can you tell me what went on. Since the election for weeks months actually donald trump had been saying that he won the election and that it was stolen from him and that he wanted landslide and finally asked his supporters to come to washington on january six and the president held a rally and he repeated those claims about this idea that he was denied a second term in the presidency. And of course these are supporters who were die hard supporters of donald trump. So the idea to them that the guy that they trust is saying these democrats the election from me that incited them to march to the capital and for some of them to become violent and engage in an insurrection. Attempted coup at the united states capitol takeover the senate floor and try to make their way into the house chamber and so it was very scary and intense period. I was in my office in the rayburn building and There were in the halls in the tunnels police officers. Who were frantic. Who were asking everybody to lockdown and shelter in place because the security has been breached by that point and it turns out but it was actually even worse than we imagine. People were armed. Some of them had arms. Five people lost their lives that day. It so this will go down as an ugly tragic and sad moment in american democracy in american history.
Jokic's triple-double leads Nuggets past Rockets 124-111
"The nuggets pulled away in the third quarter and one for the first time this season in three tries defeating the short handed rockets one twenty four one eleven Julio catch had his way with nineteen points twelve rebounds and eighteen assists member switching the I tried underside to they were gonna double teaming and helping a little but so it's just trying to find open not because of covert protocols the into rockets were without four players including point guard John wall nonetheless the nine guys who suited up hung tough until Denver closed out the third quarter with a nineteen to four spurred good for a one oh six eighty three lead James harden led all scorers with thirty four Bruce Morton Denver
How to Create the Perfect Avatar to Grow Your Business with Julio Chavez
"Let's get right to it. Tell us first of all i. What is an avatar. Not the movie that the movie right is people who do not know what that is. First of all assure. Okay so these way to explain that an avatar is essentially the these sort of customer that you want to sell to in the most basic sense right What i'm going to be talking about today is essentially you creating that and i know there's probably many of you Listeners out there. That are like okay. Yeah i've heard about this. You know or maybe you think you even created one. But i wanna challenge you to revisit it because there are two big problems. I normally see the first being that when it comes to an avatar By the way is that noise too. Bothersome pio okay. I just wanna make sure could be low so the first being that you go to shallow so in other words if you are creating your avatar this person that you're selling to and you go to shallow. You might just be saying. Like i wanna talk to everybody. I wanna serve everybody. I want to help everyone in their different nations. And then you can go to deep where you're giving your nehring down search so much that it's not beneficial and it can just be more time consuming than anything so. Let me give you an analogy here. So we're talking about like Dating as an example right the primary one too shallow is like i wanna marry or date for In this particular circumstance literally anybody anybody who is you know. Eighteen to to to eighty five. I don't care let's go out. That is not beneficial to you. Especially if you're trying to find that one person you'd if that's what you're putting on your dating profile or that's what you're doing when you're walking in the club and you're just like literally anybody who's interested in me in me. Let's go out. It's probably going to work out for might be a bad example to you. Went to there you go right go right ahead yeah And then there's the other side to it where it's like it's too deep where you're like. Okay i'm only interested in guys or girls or whatever you know that are thirty to thirty one. And they only shop on whole foods on thursdays and they only drive yellow maserati. Something like that is so specific. That is actually very problematic. Because then you narrow down your search so much that it's just impossible to find somebody that to to serve in that. In that way right there was some benefit to that because you can now think about income level if they're driving new maserati Can think that. Hey they shop at whole foods so they might have some some of the same common belief systems. That i have so in. In that regard you did get a little bit into the right brown but it was just too specific if that makes sense. Yeah so the idea that you kinda wanna do this. Like goldilocks method. Where it's not too shallow Like you want to okay. There's a there's something going on power washing high windows or something. I don't know. I'm sorry. Everyone i know this is crazy. Police stick with me. It's important to understand that petar. So yes like i said. They both have their pros and cons in their own ways What you wanna do. As i mentioned is do that. Kind of goldilocks method. Where it's not too show not too deep and you want to kinda give yourself just the right Just the right amount of of a filter. I suppose as far as like who you can serve in how you can do that before i go into that. Brian was there something a question you wanted to ask that. I may be able to answer. In case i wasn't very clear or you couldn't hear me because of the incredible amount of noise that's happening decide. Just what people who maybe. Why is this important. Why why why. Can i just go ahead and just put my offer out there to for all to see. Why is it important for them to have this advertised to be so to be so defined in this way. Sure i'll tell you the first hand. It's because if you say i can serve anybody. You're really serving. Nobody like this mind. That might have been okay for you to do. Ten fifteen years ago online when facebook was barely starting out and all that stuff. Because you know you're like one of the only But if you talk about something as simple as like advertising. I think if i remember this correctly it was like twenty sixteen. There was something along the lines of like three point eight million advertisers on facebook. But today in twenty twenty. There's almost nine million advertisers like. It's it's such a large pool and we're all gaining and you know saying. Hey look at me. look at me on. People's news feeds mobile sites. And all that that. If you don't understand who you're speaking to all that money that you're going to be putting towards ads is gonna end up being wasted all that time that you're putting towards organic social media post things like that Are being wasted as well. Because you're just not gonna get the sort of engagement what that's likes or comments or click on your link in order to apply for your service or your program. You're just not going to get that because you're not speaking to this one person you
"julio" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"On the other hand, Biden wants to double the tax rate so His plan were putting into place. We'd go back to historic all time high income tax rates where if you were in cities and states with taxes, you would be paying over seventy percent of your heart earnings in taxes as what businesses, and so you got to think about athletes out of the pandemic can we afford you even you know increase the income tax rates and certainly there's two opposing sides to the thought of that. The Julio, how do people not understand? We remember when this happened. I I remember you were part of it. You understand the when this was enacted within two weeks. People saw more money on their next paycheck and that was Nancy. Pelosi pooh-poohed it. As it was chump change it was crumbs it wasn't real. It was real money and people saw it. It didn't take years to see how can people forget this? It just infuriates me. You know. I remember when she said crumbs right but. Every. American it was significant meant you know an extra card. Payment it meant being able to do more activities invested in properties, Invest Stock markets you the money circulates those breadcrumbs turn into big branches right of money flowing throughout the country people are taking that extra money and they're buying things. So businesses are. Doing. Better. They're investing in the stock market the stock market's doing better right depending on the bank and the bank ended out. So all those crumbs headed up to a lot of great economic activity, and again we had the lowest unemployment, right? That's that's right and we also were taking it on all this extra additional crumbs that. Getting that into our economy. You know. James. Carville said it's the economy stupid in nineteen, ninety, two it was people understood are believed that that that Clinton cared about their economic condition he wasn't going to do anything to improve but that he cared about it and then by electing. Republicans to the House and ninety four. Paperwork Reduction Act Tax. Reduction all sorts of things that actually did spur economic activity. The president has delivered on a better economy. The Chinese flu was not of his making Lord knows he suffered from it like the rest of us. But what he did with his economic policies have spurred incredible growth and I don't think anybody deserves reelection. But if we want what's best for our families and our pocketbooks, almost every American is financially better because of the trump presidency in these policies aren't they? Hundred, percent you think about it with Biden's plans or double the tax rates. This is the hugest redistricting redistribution of wealth. Right? He wants to take the tax payers hard made money in income taxes raise those up and redistribute the scholars to social programs at the huge redistribution of wealth program that he wants to accomplish president trump wants to make sure. That you continue to get more in your pocket and they we come out of this pandemic. Don't go to a Great Depression, which is what we would do. If we doubled the income tax rates, it's incredible. It's incredible and and and to see that by raising taxes tax rates, you actually reduce the amount of revenues erase Oh look at this why folks? If you walk into a restaurant where you get a Burger fries and a beer for nine bucks and tomorrow, they raised their their the same meal costs twenty bucks are they going to sell more or fewer of those probably so few because of the price increase the they lower, the total overall revenues, it's not that hard Julio..
"julio" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"So we have been advised that if you're leaving city life for the suburbs in many people are many people are fleeing the big cities in the crime and Antifa in b. m. and bad things happening in big cities across the country. That if you're leaving city life for the suburbs, you better be getting ready for a major tax bill if you're moving to a different state where in lots of folks moving these days because they're they're voting with their feet. Julio Gonzalez. Our guest says you better be ready for a major tax bill he is the CEO and founder of engineered tax services who is at right? We should be ready for a big tax bill if we're making this big move. That's True. It and really now people are voting with their wallet as well and they're moving from cities where they're in high tax to the cities states where there's much lower tax. So because plays and states and cities are competing for your dollar, your tax dollar and but partially cities and states haven't managed your budget. Deficits are going to Kovin and so certain states and cities are raising a lot tax dollars to make up for that deficit. We could look at New York and. New York California, only certain cities within their well better raising taxes some up to themselves. Race more than forty two taxes are in the last month so. You, know you have to I'm sort of thinking when you're leaving, what's your tax situation going to be and Can you find greener pastures or are you going to play for you're GONNA, be spending a lot more money on tax and using a lot of your law. So. That's something that affects every household going forward. But you know one of my great frustrations, Julio and you advised on the two thousand seventeen tax cuts and jobs act. What am I great frustrations is people have forgotten the policies president trump undertook forget demands tweets whether you like him or anything else his policies stimulated this economy and you were part of the crew that was advised that I don't think people quite understand the two thousand seventeen tax cuts and.
"julio" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents
"A A! A A favorite thing to eat. To eat. Beano scoring. All. My God is my boyfriend's say. Okay! Okay, so comment on the answers. Keep going. What's rapid-fire? Favourite Ariana Grande Day Song. I don't know her catalog. I'm sorry. Okay. Do you. Do you have any tattoos if so where I have a couple I have. My friend's name on my arm passed away. I have a Buddhist son. Sunday on my left arm I have a California on my elbow. I have blank films on my a calf, and I have Florida on my right foot, a Florida Do you speak French if so, can you say a word in French for fan? That's very sufficient. So. Don't speak French. Own Genetic. Okay I love how I'm not allowed to talk a little. One Line! One Line. Okay, do you like Greece? Have you been there? I have been to Greece and I and I love it. Okay. What is your favorite song? Right, now, oh. It was it was a very random song but I have it right here. Mr P Mush. PD Mosh from the nineties. And I heard it for the first time. AGO and now I can't stop playing. Yo that song came out in one thousand, nine hundred. And it blew up in Puerto Rico. S. Okay well. This I'm like I feel like I feel like I gave justice to most of these questions because there was a lot at where repetitive one more though. Do you like Pineapple on pizza. I. Think. I can eat it. You can eat it. But I can eat it. And really quick before we go I promised my mom that I would tell you that her favorite character on my block 'cause when I told her that we were interviewing you, she's like. Spooky Oh my God. Like, give him my number and I was like mom. She said the same thing about Carlitos. Mom but these are my friends. There's a pattern. And she loves she likes to. She likes talented lat next actor. That's the factor. But I, told her I told her I will let I let you know on the podcast so that I have done my daughter duty. Rock and roll that's. Nali I did it yeah, I. Beat that I did it okay that ethos on okay so. We want to make sure that everybody a can follow you on all the things on the things that he's not. on you come out for a decade apparently. Yeah not let everybody know your socials and anything else that they can look I guess like watching you I. If you see anything on instagram. It's most likely going to be from my reps, and it's just letting you know the next thing that I'm going to be doing so you know. Keep keep posted on at Julio Julio Messiahs and twitter I. Do use a little twitter low and more I feel like it's just like I'll shot shoot up little words here and there so that's the same at a Julio Messiahs. And and I have a book anything else so I don't have anything upcoming, so if you know any producers or anyone that's looking for a Mexican, you know. Don't a boy up. We'll we'll. We'll keep an eye. We'll keep an eye out. Not only perfect. And you can follow us on Instagram at Spanish, Accu presents you can follow me. At of course, it's Carlos on. Instagram you follower Oskar on Automo- Antoni at the Tony Rodrigue and if you WanNa follow me, what about you? I got to put the boys? I. Made I'm I remember? And if you follow me, follow me at Risa Lisa on instagram and also on twitter. Thank you so much again one more time so much Julio. I really feel like there's hope for me to to play a bad ass actor somewhere at some point in. gave us hope. I feel like we do have a bunch of stuff in common and we'll have to talk. I need I. Need I need you to go back on live, so I can jump on stage with you, guys. That's what I gotta do. I now, listening yes, we were literally. I mean a lot of people won't know this, but our live show is once a month and here in La and we were literally like I was in emails like. On my block like I'm not even like Bernard, show you guys were our next show and this all happened, but guess what you guys will just be our show. When we open up like let's make it happen. You know what I mean Yeah Valley. Lots of people on stage. Yeah, thank you, everybody and check us out. Rate US the scribe week. You can listen to US everywhere that you can listen to podcasts. Right out?.
"julio" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Tour vacation two weeks of tour and then two weeks of vacation. So how was coming back to New York City. It's a boy nice. It's good neighborhoods you've rats. Well there's construction in our neighborhood. They take down a building the thousand rats that live there fan out into the neighborhoods right. They don't know where to go where to go. They're trying to find out though. Yeah I remember coming home from a vacation and walking into the door just like living one bedroom apartment but all the windows were closed and everything so when I opened the door the guest of the door opening cause to framed photos to fall onto the floor and smash and then I walked in and there was smashed glass everywhere and one giant dead water bug just being like I've been here and it was lovely until they framed photo felon. We've been amazing guests on the show tonight. Yes so excited. Comic writer actor Juror. Julio Torres will be joining us if you're not familiar with his work and you're watching Saturday night live and you find on yourself going. That was kind of weird. That was Julio tors work I mean he finds humor humor and absurdity in a lot of everyday objects like a sink that is too large or the font papyrus or the act of writing a check. He's he's kind of like an observational comic for another dimension. Like I think he would kill at a museum gift shop. Julio also has a collection of fake diamonds and unfortunately I just found out I do too we also game about real estate in the show. I have a reoccurring dream where I'm falling downstairs and I wake up in the morning going. I have stairs sad little New York orcs studio dream all right. Let's do let's play some games. Everybody let's play.
"julio" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"I think that yes it is that wow so there was a thing thing that was actually reported by robert krulwich on n._p._r. So in one thousand nine hundred eighty two cartographers put a fake town on a map of new york state it was called aglow aglow and it was a way to catch plagiarists and out. You copied my map eight congratulations. Thank you yes you ashley product plus ski one asked me another rubik's cubes julio. We'll be back to play another game later in the show. Give it up for julio toro <music>. Our next game is about online shopping recommendations. Remember before the internet when jeff bezos just went door to door telling people what to buy so cute. I up ashley davis. You're a philanthropy advisor adviser and you love the musical hamilton so much that when it first came out you create a historical tour of new york based on it. So how long did it take for you to put it together. Oh it took months to put together. I had never seen the show so i i started by listening to it every day. For a couple of months and then i was able to compile where everything was taking place. Put that together some new york geography and some history research and then you have how many people have taken your tour where it was designed for somebody's birthday so it was a special treat was well. It sure was have. Have you seen the musical sense about a year later. I was lucky enough to get to see it. I gotta say the tour was better getting get arlington england. No no we're cutting that part out and just keeping what you said ashley when you bring in we'll hear this your opponent and is brett greenfield europe. Each.
"julio" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"So not julio jones that's why everybody out there i would say from what i know of julio i played four years with him i believe he is not going don't worry about him getting the te'o shenanigans anything like that rubbing off on on my man julio julio is a great guy on and off the field i think he's just working out with a guy who's a fee nom i think it's more te'o getting something out of this than than it is julio getting out of something something out of these these guys working out there berry similar in the body type and i always say i just talking on the hallway that teo is is julio jones's te'o with a great attitude with a guy who is a team i guy who's going to show up every day and steel works but off he's a female but looking at four four u n t o are different human beings you you're more julio till y'all would drive you crazy as a teammate i don't think i'd yeah i would not want to play with with with someone like that on sundays you like yeah go get it to go get that ball but during the week i don't know how much fun that would be yeah.
"julio" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast
"Talked about this in terms of who did you think of i people are like oh i thought of julio jones getting matt ryan all that money and now he's sitting there with a contract that really if he got cut it's really not costing the team any money i don't think they're gonna cut julio jones a lot of people were looking at the salary and going well he's making less than jarvis landry and t y hilton and sammy walkers and devante adams he's making money than them but you're also saying it's more matt ryan's the one triggering i think all those names probably bothered him but yeah i think the end of the day he's going who made who've matt ryan may julio julio make matt ryan and also to your point i didn't think about this either when you get a hundred million dollar contract you're really being called the face of the and they went out there with arthur blank and everyone said matt ryan is the atlanta falcons right and really i would argue that julio jones's the atlanta falcons julio jones has been the best player on that team for all seven years at he's been there not matt ryan when teams globally we always go back to this right when teams breakdown the atlanta falcons the first thing they're going to do is go what's our plan for who you what are we going to do how we gonna cover them all these different places how we're gonna make sure we don't get anybody stuck on him one on one too many times how are we gonna orchestrate all our coverages to where we're a little protected by this guy and then they do that and then he still goes out for one seventy on them this is matt ryan's playing ten nine because two of the guys are on holy it's great advantage and again we're not here to take away from matt ryan we understand the quarterback position is extreme.