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"lopes" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

The Roots of Leadership Podcast

03:19 min | 7 months ago

"lopes" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

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"lopes" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

The Roots of Leadership Podcast

03:44 min | 7 months ago

"lopes" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

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"lopes" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

The Roots of Leadership Podcast

03:59 min | 7 months ago

"lopes" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

"You think about this come back to when you were younger and maybe even your university dates you were you. Were selling that where you were trying to anything possible to to make some extra capital. I think if i remember that. You sound like Healthy sandwiches and valley. On you know the to i practice the a lot of a sports and i quote have his caller shape as well. Three my university tie but she'll be able to go to parties participated some travels. You need money and working as engineers difficult chore. So the way that i find she'll be able to participate in some social events and travels to say sailing. Some sandwich it now so sailing a party by the tickets because when you can sit sale sales hartselle dan she. It's we'll get one for free. And i think that was a good exercise to twi- start my bro- key skills. No yeah how better way to learn it. You get much selling right away. You know paul. I've never spoke to one Dater one woman leader that has come up through the ranks. Said it hasn't had really Experienced some some tough as as a woman in business in coming through in brazil or of the countries. What what what still exists typical. And what's gone better. I think that's become buried the situation but for me. Everything started whole. How educate our kids for example. I have to keats when grill and one boy and n requests things from both of them. There is no difference. And i think that dis- kind of sharing responsibility to start at hole in now so the is more aware having diverse Executive committee is ringing a lot of different opinions and ideas and for me. it has a lot But we need some key. P is we need to follow to make sure that we don't have by us. You hire are women because she needs to take care of the kids to take off the the home We know that we shoe they women they expand twenty hours weekly own annot bay ables thinks so taking care of kids take care of and man only eleven hours by week so these difference. We need to to focus to reduce the difference. No because having this responsibility will be women to to soc- to be able to dedicate for her car here. No and i think that is one point. The company's more aware that having diversity group is important. And i think that we are progressing. A lot i think marsh is a good example. Heaven mandatory programs. I have our main tour. And i think she's part me a lot We have a monthly conversations. And i really appreciate these mental problems in latin america. We also have a one. That we i have me ts to support dan to achieve. Her aspirations in their careers has been good exercises. Well i think i think we are. We are getting better. We'll have a long way to go but we are getting better. I think we all really notice and realized that the versus that diversity brings us bring.

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"lopes" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

The Roots of Leadership Podcast

04:33 min | 7 months ago

"lopes" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

"It seems sometimes to me that some people went through face with change just tried to block it or stop it or run from. It's interesting that you created as a pro and con of why did change in. Why not do you think that when you make that list that because of your personality that you know ill-treating bilton for challenge excitement adventure that do you kind of make that list lead the way you want it the league because you want except change or is it a really fair novice list. Yes honestly. I think that you are totally right. I have never thought about that. But i'm always thinking about my least with attendance to say yes so and my least say yes was much longer than they used to say no for sure. That new opportunity was on the y. Yes so i always see change as opportunites. You'll know that sometimes is when we need sometime. No cho- absorb the change and make things happen and one thing that i'm i'm taking a good experiences observation. I think that we learn a lot from others. When i arrive in marsh i could see many good. People were key delivering. Good savage clients speak perfect english so it was so amazing in. I had many good examples that i could absurd and learn from them. And i think she'll be open for this kind of Learns i think that's our life no always learning and learning. And i'm always open to learn more. I received very well. Feedbacks sometimes hard feedbacks at my whole my husband. My my daughter my sir. They gave me sometimes. Very hard feedbacks that i reflect a lot and can learn. What a healthy family that you have in something. I think for for all the listeners. Today because all of what you're talking into just transition inside a business. It's awesome tried inside a bamboo and a culture. Said how wonderful that your son and daughter husband that is open environment that you give feedback positive or developmental. Pretty sure you give it to them to baller. Yes barshop purchaser so paul. You mentioned something also about reflection at the end of the day. How do you do that part. Because that's another great insight for the listeners. And i don't do it enough. i think. Sometimes.

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"lopes" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

The Roots of Leadership Podcast

03:40 min | 7 months ago

"lopes" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

"Success is in satisfying to you unless you make a difference in the lives of what. What does that mean to you all what. What is it about making a difference so for me anthony to to be a long is one thing that i don't like i like how. So choi say debate people to make people too few hep here and to coulter boot for their lives. I think that's my mantra. Know how people can be happier Take them out of their comfort zone Spying than Making questions to challenge the people to growing the cahier in their personal life. I think that it's my man dream. When i can't call to booth to the others having a better life such a valid contribution isn't fall. No because you've as i get to know you you're not someone who spent much time at a comfort zone so you know you twenty two years in the market. You've you've learned a great deal. What was some of the biggest challenges for you as you were starting to build your career because often that's what the listeners really gained a lot of insight anthony. I'm i'm starting insurance market without knowing what is insurance means I started engineer. Because i want you'll be a business woman. I want to get money so but i. I'd like to be a teacher as my father was. But i know that the murph the money will not be enough so i decided choice engineer. I'm engineer and i started my here as underwriter so i work at far three different insurance companies here brazil when i receive it a proposal chore with marsh and it was a big change for me when you change your mindset being underwriter to be a broker Many lessons learned. It's though to have to be in front of the client. Delivered the best what we can so the beginning of this process was really hard because we fake has on the writer so but it was a process and i think that that cannot be underwriter anymore so ended in discussing with my husband at that time it was in two hundred at eight a white should change or not why why not to change try to a broker and i feel the least why to change and why not and we discussed it together item by item ending dan. I accepted the proposal from our. And i'm here. No but i'm always asking what they can do more. I'm not such fight. Never so sometimes it's a problem. No because is so a lot of pressure. But i think that has been A good experience for me always asking for more what they can do. More raising my hand to support coal penny. When i see a problem in one area i always go to the ceo of cs. He can. i do something here. Can i help you. And i think that it be a big me. A lot of satisfation said something that i'd like to go further with this. You said making the list of why to change for why not..

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"lopes" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

The Roots of Leadership Podcast

02:22 min | 7 months ago

"lopes" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

"Story. Paul is one that listens gonna wanna perhaps we start with your journey early because i know that a lot of in your formative years is where some of the things extend way of working that you learn so if you don't mind let's let's talk a little bit about about your dad. And and some of the things you witness turley on. How how he how. He worked what he had to go through. Oh i i can't see that these conversations will bring me a lot of emotions so it's talk about my father my dad that good example for me he was a very hard work and example for me he he was a teacher. He's he's retired some years ago and she'll be teaching. Brazil is not so easy you should have more than one job having three kids and and my father worked very hard. I can see sometimes he. We've five jobs to be able to deliver a good life. I and i'm in luck because having a teacher as father i could stood in a very good school and it brings me a lot of experience in opportunity or so you said by the jobs is one time. Yes yes so. He start very early in the morning and two and sometimes you're at home at a lab yam so it was really hard because he's a teacher and always working on only one school brazil. It's impossible so he's trying to do his best to have a good salary for us. Now you think about that. All is that often wieder people who complain in in their jobs having to learn new things in one job and maybe do five or ten different things but we forget. Sometimes people like your father who had to go from teaching to running a new stand and other things he had to do right from one to another on little sleep all something that you said in an you've been on you've been somebody that's big written about in books is.

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"lopes" Discussed on Dad Tired

Dad Tired

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"lopes" Discussed on Dad Tired

"Now maybe your spouse a christian and maybe this was something you talked about before you got married at a kind of a low level or maybe you didn't even address it and you just assumed they go to church or they're not opposed to going to church or they're not opposed to being a christian. They grew up catholic or they've got some loose family traditions. I wasn't trying to throw catholicism under the bus here. i'm just saying like maybe they just grew up in a traditionally religious home but they weren't like really practicing following the ways of jesus and so now being married your relationship is potentially growing. Jesus is captivating your heart more and more you becoming more and more disciple of his and at the same time your spouse isn't there's a deep loneliness there and by the way we don't have any miraculous answers here. This is a hard topic. But i i wanna give some hope. We've been through it ourselves. That's what i wanted to talk about next. Is that all those years that you were falling away from. Jesus and i was born show. Listen i got to be on this show more often. Because i think you're talking smack about me and i don't even no not at all. No there was a season in particular. I think we all go through ebbs and flows of our relationship with jesus but there was a very particular season. I've talked about this a lot in booking on podcast interviews and and whatnot but very particular season i would say i was rebellious towards scott and rebellious towards the ways of god the ways of jesus and that was while just let you crashing. What did that feel like for you. Well i mean. I didn't grow up in the church and so when i met you i had you know within the last few years had just become a christian and really had fallen in love with jesus and you and you are a pastor at a church and like fairy tale and i thought i had my fairy tale and we were married and several years in. Yeah just got in this funke. A series of things that happened. I think life circumstances and you had like you said become not just like Just kind of feel distant from god. It was like rebellious. It was. I actually want nothing to do with god. I don't think said that no. You didn't felt out. Yeah and it felt that way. Because anytime i would try and say something like you know maybe we should pray about it. You just not interested. We'll let's talk to so and so from the church kind of our mentors. You know that that we trust and no we love they love jesus and they love us and and you are not interested. Didn't wanna do it and it was incredibly painful to watch you spiral and kind of unravel and i was like..

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"lopes" Discussed on Dad Tired

Dad Tired

04:26 min | 10 months ago

"lopes" Discussed on Dad Tired

"Come. It will say abbott fun fact. We will not tell anybody the real story here or the whole story. I should say layla. And i met via instagram. I think dead tired. that's what i think. Tired is credible enough. Six years in that. I can admit mit that. That's actually how i swapped on you as a young twenty one year old saw you you from like i gotta get this crop eight. Yeah he's only on the my space sent me a message. He didn't even know me. I ignored him. She ignoring the first time. So i had to wait. Shoot my shot again. I one doesn't go in you shoot again And then the amount of times you asked me to marry you after the break so on instagram. The story expires after twenty four hours. So all my poll. Socially do six minus twenty four eighteen hours from now. Four minus six is what he meant folks. Gosh take vitamins today. I don't know i'm bringing you know. The thing is when you're not here and i'm just talking to the computer. I probably do this every episode. Just say random stuff that makes no sense. Gotta have me here. Fact checking leila's a good fact checker. Twenty four minus six eighteen hours from now will capture a lot more data but for right now the polls showing forty four percent of people say yes. We're on the same page. Forty four percents most say now. Fifty six percent of people following on instagram. Say i do not feel like my spouse and i are on the same page originally then. My follow up question was for you instagram family. What your heart. What's the hardest part about. Not being on the same page spiritually and without fail kind of the. If i could sum up like all the answers it would be disconnection or loneliness from husbands and wives. Who feel like like the husbands and why they feel disconnected from each other exactly because they're not connected spiritually not on the same page spiritually and it reminded me of this time where yeah please or just going to say. Of course i mean it makes sense because there's no deeper connection you can share with somebody then one that spiritual you can have a lot of things in or have fun with somebody but tha- just doesn't go as deep..

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Climbing the Charts with Omar Esa

TMV Podcast

03:04 min | 1 year ago

Climbing the Charts with Omar Esa

"Salama example. Hating haydn. I feel like with ramadan recordings and this was going to go after the holy month. That people are going to be back up today. Usual kind of energy levels. But it's a bit draining and we're coming to discussing becomes at the end of the month exactly Time has flown. But for me at least like my my my mental capacity times inability to like get the words out find difficult. It's difficult. I'll go on office at home. So i'm trying to do work and i just get so lazy. Yeah and i wanna scientists literally start you literally falling to see more when you. I don't know why that is recommended. Actors all right even even seafood about one hundred eighty nine. We'll we'll take again. I'm in terms of the context of this conversation. I think there's there's a lot of different things we can talk about But i for me. The most significant thing that people might have seen very recently. Is that your most recent album. Yep or did all you'll be very well on launch and and made it to the the fourth spot on the june charts and not like the issue chance now. I like the the everything charge. I remember it was around the time that diem. Mx had passed away. And i remember when i was looking like the mx his greatest hits because normally when someone dies yeah they greatest hits to number one exactly but it was all maurice number four and then the mx his number five. What what did you do. How did this happen. I'm answering one of other things. I'd is that it's a vocal only album as well off of your tracks of oklahoma. So it's i guess very different from from everything else in the in the chart. What the hell happened. you know. it's all thanks. Are less panel. Darla actually peaked at number three hundred so what it did was that. I don't know to be honest. You microlight our. I don't have a an independent recording is so there's not many But has no report labels for vocal only the sheet artists and i. She's vocals anyway literally just my vocals and it was. It was crazy. Like i remember having a chat on the on the phone. You you said to me that happened. I what was like a Now there's no campaign it's put out. I've been working on it for two years the album. It's my best body of work. So i was confident in it. You know In the body of work. And i remember it was friday and it hit the number one spot on the choose chart and then in the evening call from a friend and he goes know your number fully on the main char and what so when and i went wrong number four you there and then it just brought his kept growing from there. It's a video lope asking people to support me and people on the you know the the brothers and sisters Came together support me and yeah it was a it was. It was

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"lopes" Discussed on Dad Tired

Dad Tired

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"lopes" Discussed on Dad Tired

"Hey listen. The data podcast they. Here's five things here. All got a great question. Ask your wife. Which one of these do you think. I need to grow in the most. Don't get defensive. Listen her yes. Listen or vice versa. You repeat back what you heard as clarifying questions. When do you see me doing that. Man that's gonna take some honus a really have that conversation but defensive and get angry it will help your marriage growing. It's so worth it because our marriage sucked in the beginning. It was hard. Because i was always walking on eggshells. And you'd be angry with me all the time and it was just so hard to know what the day was going to bring but men now players. Don't stop listening to podcasts. And buy books. Not that i'm for real now. It's i don't fear talking to you at all. If you've done something that hurt me. I'll say like that hurt or that really bothered me in you hear me. And you. Don't get defensive and throw daggers. back me vice versa. You come to me when you're feeling a certain way if i've been too cold or like not emotional enough or.

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"lopes" Discussed on SUSCAST

SUSCAST

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"lopes" Discussed on SUSCAST

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"lopes" Discussed on SUSCAST

SUSCAST

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"lopes" Discussed on SUSCAST

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"lopes" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

Relationships & Revenue

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"lopes" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

"Life changes being always ready to understand. That today might not be perfect. But there's gonna rice tomorrow. Tomorrow's another day and understanding that i think we're all gonna get through this on a good side all right all right all right now for our final four very excited about sorry question number one. Why did god create jeff. Essentially what your purpose my purpose. Just be just be a leader and be a great dad. I mean i. I want to lead by example every day and i want if if something were happen. Gnc's today. i wanna be that guy that people could easily say he was always there for me And always went out of his way to make sure we are okay. So i'm a provider and and and a protector. In a way. love that love that. Thank you all right question number two. What are you doing reading or listening to. That's helping you grow right now. I find indirect. Mentoring is probably the most important thing people could do. So the civic. I'm literally if. I hear from another entrepreneur if i see something where there's a book podcast i'm constantly trying to increase my knowledge and i think the most successful people in the world are always trying to increase their knowledge. But they're not getting from one source trying to get it from any sources you possibly can. Because i truly believe where i might listen to a podcast for an hour from somebody. I don't even know when. I might take one little nugget of the they're gonna change aspect of my day. So being able to outsources much knowledge as possibly and indirectly taking these mentors is massive. And i love books. I mean i always say you take a bulkier. You're spending twenty bucks on a book and you're literally taking twenty years of that person's knowledge and sucking it all in for twenty bucks in a couple of weeks of your time. So i think reading is a huge part of it but in general just always intaking as much as you possibly from in many different spots as you possibly can.

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"lopes" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

Relationships & Revenue

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"lopes" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue

"Started this guy. One time i you there. Whenever you're ready man all this out so okay all right bye. I'm sorry my fault. My fault. I i'm jeff loeb's podcast hosts author and entrepreneur and a proud data to incredible children. I am so excited to be on the relationships and revenue podcasts with john human. Welcome back everyone to the relationships and revenue podcast. I am your host. John hewlett so happy that you decide to join us today. And i am thrilled to share with you. My new friend. Jeff lopes jeff. How are you amazing brother. I'm really really happy to be here in your audience will see. We got a great connection. Great atmosphere is gonna say today. Absolutely man we're ready to set this place on fire. I'm ready to bring it so folks. If you don't know who jeff is first of all you need to get to know. Jeff and here's why jeff is an entrepreneur. He is a pod caster. He is a very proud dad in amazing husband. He's also a coach. He does so many things. And i could go on and on about jeff and all the accomplishments had but i would much rather hear hear him. Tell more of his backstory for us. 'cause i've kind of told you where he is right now but jeff kinda give an idea of how you got your start and what your transformation has been like over the years to get you to where you are today has been a. It's been a great journey and a lot of pivots along the last Twenty five plus years As nineteen year old I started actually what was equivalent to my second real business. I started my first business. Seventeen and Around that for about a year and a half and and nineteen. I started my second business which was in the fitness industry. I was taking finish leadership in college. Love the fitness industry started out business and from there. Although fast forward over the next few years i built brands. And i pivoted. And i sold them and i exited some some. I i shut down. But i will always been in entrepreneurial space so i've always been working myself for the last twenty five years. I've been an entrepreneur and in two thousand six january. Two thousand six is when i started a company which once again i thought it was an bill pivot cell and ended up keeping company and fast forward fifteen years we still have that companies a brand coal more aware which we design..

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EU vaccine politics reach fever pitch; Britain a target

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

EU vaccine politics reach fever pitch; Britain a target

"European Union vaccine politics has reached a fever pitch with charges of British blackmail on unfair practices among E. U. members flying about the rush of accusations comes up the block frantically seeks to ramp up production imposed export controls to stable another deadly surge in infections underscoring the Epping cross channel relations France's foreign minister is highlighting Lope sided exports between the EU and Britain where the E. U. has approved the move of twenty one million doses while none have gone the other way even leaders have not backed an export control system that aims to keep the diocese in the block until the company that produces them has fulfilled its delivery contracts I'm Charles the late this month

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Anything For Selena

In The Thick

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Anything For Selena

"If i was somehow asked to say only one thing about the place. I'm from it would be that it. Has this unforgettable smell when it rains. It slightly floral but mostly. It's this very specific cool earthy desert aroma. And there's usually a calm clear breeze which carries these concentrated little pockets of fragrance. The smell comes from the creosote bush. A resilient plant that thrives only in this particularly arid landscape especially after a thunderstorm the creosote bush releases a bunch of these oil compounds into the air stuff found in citrus rosemary pines and it just smells like the earth. Exhales creosote can live for thousands or tens of thousands of years. It's one of the oldest living things on the planet and here. This ancient brush grows at the foot of the franklin mountains and the valley nestled below cutting through the desert valley is the rio grande dividing two cities and two countries al paso texas to the north and see that quite as in mexico to the south. This story my story long before. I became a journalist and moved to the east coast. Begins here why i remember seeing opacity from hill where my morning lived. This is my brother. He was five when i was born. And see that's what is just a few miles from the border. One of his very first memories is looking into the us from mexico. We could she youtube. We could see the buildings highway. We could see the other side in mexico. We lived in vesey. These tenements studio apartments are connected through the same courtyard. Ten families shared one bathroom outside. Both of my parents have to quit school by the age of thirteen to help their families. The other side of the border looked like it could afford my brother. And i the life. Our parents couldn't have when i was three. My dad landed a minimum wage factory job in the states so we moved across the border to a refurbished trailer. In the most rural outskirts of el paso county the land was dry and flat untouched. And i remember getting off the car and seeing both huge tumbleweeds and under they're usually there's snake pits the snakes and when i moved out here there was always you know there was always next coming up. One of my earliest memories ever is the smell of creosote bush here. We were ecstatic as a family. We love the trailer nelson demos. Basically we still went to what is every weekend there was always a cousin's birthday party or a baby shower or an anniversary in mexico. We made home videos. At these big family parties a bunch of kids speaking spangler and staying up way late. I remember what is always being loud fun loud. We danced into the early morning hours. At either of my grandmothers houses of root of coaches eating street tacos glistening in the dark amber of the mexican street labs. This was my early life mexico on the weekend. The state's week and soon. I started school first day of first grade. My teacher called me marry. My actual name is a name passed down from my grandmother. My mom says no one ever asked her changing. My name from mario lena to marry was okay. She just kind of found out in an open house with the with. We loping house when my teacher started talking about mary. Maybe is does this the my mother. Mary and she was like who's that to here on the merry mary. Oh it didn't even occur to my mom to object. She didn't speak english we were undocumented so she was like okay. I guess they'll call her. Mary bins brand really three here on marion. Mika win studying my name soon became a source of ridicule whenever a substitute teachers at my real name. Maria kids would say you a mexican name.

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Selena And Me

Latino USA

05:11 min | 1 year ago

Selena And Me

"If i was somehow asked to say only one thing about the place. I'm from it would be that it. Has this unforgettable smell when it rains. It slightly floral but mostly. It's this very specific cool earthy desert aroma. And there's usually a calm clear breeze which carries these concentrated little pockets of fragrance. The smell comes from the creosote bush. A resilient plant that thrives only in this particularly arid landscape especially after a thunderstorm the bush releases a bunch of these oil compounds into the air stuff found in citrus rosemary pines and it just smells like the earth. Exhales creosote can live for thousands or tens of thousands of years. It's one of the oldest living things on the planet and here. This ancient brush grows at the foot of the franklin mountains and the valley they nestle below cutting through the desert valley is the rio grande dividing to cities and countries. Al paso texas to the north and south. What is in mexico to the south. This story my story long before. I became a journalist and moved to the east coast begins here. I remember seeing opazo from the hill. Where my morning lived. This is my brother. Jesse will actually. His name is kiss. Who says he goes by. Jesse he was five when i was born in. What is just a few miles from the border. One of his very first memories is looking across the border to the. Us we could she youtube. We could see the buildings highway could see the other signed. My parents could see the other side to in mexico. We lived in bath. These tenements studio apartments all connected through the same courtyard. Something like ten families shared one bathroom outside. My dad like a lot of folks already crossed the border practically every day to odd jobs in el paso like an act factory. He and my mom had to quit school by the age of thirteen to help their families. The other side of the border looked safer. Quieter the kind of place. That could afford my brother. And i the life. Our parents couldn't have when i was three. My parents took all the money they saved and moved us across the border to a small refurbish trailer in the most rural undeveloped outskirts of el paso county. The land was dry and flat untouched. And i remember getting off the car and seeing those huge tumbleweeds and under they're usually there's snakes snakes and when i moved out here there was always there was always snakes coming out. One of my earliest memories. Ever is the smell of creosote bush. Here we were ecstatic as a family. Love the trailer nelson demos on your house. Basically we still went to. What is every weekend. There was always cousin's birthday party or a baby shower or an anniversary in mexico. We made home videos at these big family parties. A bunch of kids speaking english and staying way late. I remember what is always being loud like fun loud. We danced into the early morning hours. At either of my grandmothers houses of root of cousins eating street tacos glistening in the dark amber of the mexican streetlamps. This was my early life mexico on the weekend. The states during the week soon i started school on the first day of first grade. My teacher called me mary. My actual name is linda unnamed down for my grandmother. My mom says no one ever asked her. If changing my name from monday to marry it was okay. She just kind of found out in an open house with c. Was we loping house when my teacher started talking about mary medicine. Meister this the my mother. Mary and she was like who's that on the mary mary. All it didn't even occur to my mom to object. We were knew she didn't speak english. We were undocumented students. Like i guess they'll call her. Mary

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"lopes" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

The Win-Win Effect

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"lopes" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

"Shoot me an email if you have any questions and check out our podcast geoff zinc next week. We're gonna have chris on or prerecord a couple weeks in advance little all. I'll make sure we place it up everywhere for everybody to see the live version of that as well and just hit me on. I'm all over instagram reno. I'm using our platform. So it's at jeff lopes J. f. f. l. o. p. s. and ammon i it's all networking billing communities. Man i love just auguration ship. Relationships and i love networking with individuals. Like lake yourself. Chris and just in learning and i wish you had your partner here today but i'll reach ultimas wildest do now worked with him at all but just building relationships and this building building relationships. Yeah but westwood's eve so upset that he was going to be here. Today was obviously on well but west. If you're watching us sometimes. I'll skim through some things to make sure but he was looking forward to having a chance that you know ashes some questions he loved your story and it really made an impact with them and definitely i'll have i'll let them know that you're kind words and but other than that guys if you listen all the way to the end. Congratulations is long longer show today. But it's been jam packed with information. Love you're looking at do anything and entrepreneur space just trying to win your day tune in. Go back and rewind it a couple of times. I promise you you'll learn something from yoga. Y'all take care i'll stint..

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"lopes" Discussed on Self Made Strategies

Self Made Strategies

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"lopes" Discussed on Self Made Strategies

"Hello and welcome to a very special episode of the self may strategies podcast. Today's episode is not only special. Because i'm hosting but because we are celebrating self new strategies one hundred episode. Happy hundreds burnt. You i am sarah lopes. That's right the mrs guest host for today because what better way to commemorate this momentus birthday than to interview the man himself. Tony lopes my husband. The founder and the usual voice behind the questions are founder is a man who wears many hats not literally though. He has been successful as an auto technician. He has sling bottles as a bartender. He has showed promise as a budding retail sales person and he wanted me to make sure that i tell you that.

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Episode 218: A Hunter's Connection to Food - burst 06

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

06:27 min | 1 year ago

Episode 218: A Hunter's Connection to Food - burst 06

"Died much into the world of a cooking wild game and fish. Yes yeah. I have gotten into cooking a lot more over the years right away. I mean i would go hunt like like geese canada geese and i would shoot them fund shoot. Now then i'd be like crap. Now we gotta eat them now completely turned around. Now it's It's actually really interesting. I always so. I'm not a big wine drinker. Alcohol in general but which But i do know enough people who like wine and i know that wine You know it's an acquired taste. There are a lot of little tiny little flavors in wine Tell you about how the wine was made. It was made of and so on. And so forth and i compare that to wild game especially ducks so all the duck species they have different diets. And where they you know migrate to or the area that they live in. Even each individual dock of the same species can sometimes have a little different flavor. And so it's really interesting. The more you eat while game the more you can tell the differences between The you know the different species of duck and you get to enjoy You know that game year taste of duck or geese or whatever species that you're hunting even big game you really enjoy the you know the wild flavors of it. Because it's i mean it's all edible matter you having you know being able to put it down but but i like i like that analogy the wine the different varieties and flavors found in wine in comparison to like doc and and other game. But yeah more. I more specifically especially duck man. There's so many different flavors and you've got people it's like nope. I don't wanna drink wine. Don't wanna drink more low. I don't wanna do that and people don't touch mcgann's i don't touch duck. I don't you know there's so much variety out there and yet people it's like it's all it's all all eat exactly and the best part of it too is if Epa duck doesn't taste the best or any any game species doesn't taste the best just raw. You know like like you cook it up. No seasonings on it. You try it like you can really learn what how to best conquer that flavor that you don't like you can knocked flavor right out of it. I mean i cook duck sometimes like the the Game easier species that i like Diver ducks or seahawks even They have a really strong flavor. But as long as you like saute onions and mushrooms and put in some good in it and really cook it in it for awhile. you know. Origin dice Or you can marinate the doc Either teriyaki or anything else. You can even marinate it in wine red wine and There you go. I mean so there retiring wine and wild game back together. We'll circle have you ever you ever eaten much am lope like pronghorns. Don't think i've had antelope It might be primorac. Might be the only species that i haven't had yet like north american species but i wanted to put it. Yeah you gotta put on top of your list. it's a. It's one of my favorites. It's like kind of a. It's become almost a yearly yearly pursuit to get it. But it's it's funny. I was up in wyoming and you know the one of the local guys is in the store wearing a gas station. Wait in line news like how you doing you know told me about my hunt and everything. And he's like well next year brings some buddies shoot twelve of them. Can't stand those things. And i'm just like i think they're great but they just have this. You know some people have this perception of measures like nope. I'm gonna pass but It it makes me think back to like the very first time i had an lope and i was preparing it. And everybody's like you got you got to you. Have to overcome that sage kind of flavor. That's know that's a lot of their diets primarily the sage and they're like it's it's really strong and i was like whoa so we. Do you find something that compliments sage. I mean it's it's pretty. It's pretty easy to find things that you can pair with sage. I mean you like think about Recall it like cornbread dressing or or stuffing all that you put sage in that right. So what are some of the components that are in just that one dish like then all of a sudden you start playing around with it and through a lot of research. I found Not a lottery search but through some Found like yeah. Citrus pairs well with antelope so like or orange juice. Lemon lime like things you wouldn't normally think would be in in the central plains it all but hey you know what it works and it not only does it sort of move past that flavor that some people may not like it. It enhances the taste of the meat. So yeah it's one thing that's that's the fun part of Cooking wild game as you. 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"lopes" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"lopes" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"DAD tired. A nonprofit ministry focused on equipping men to lead their family. Well, he hosts the weekly dead tired podcast listened to by hundreds of thousands of men from around the world he also authored stop behaving a Gospel centered devotional for met he and his wife. Layla live in Portland. Oregon with their two children where they are also certified foster parents. Here's my interview with Jared Lopes Hard Jarrod. How're you doing today, brother? I'm doing well man. Thanks so much for having me sure. Thank you so much for joining us today. So why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself a little bit about your background and a little bit about what you have going on now? Yeah, have my. Hands in a lot of things, but primarily been saved by Jesus and being saved by Jesus and looking forward to one day being saved. You might Jesus without. My primary identity right try to find identity, but also husband It's my wife Leyla and dad to eat in and Elijah, who are four and seven, and then we've got one on the way, and we're also foster parents. Sometimes, we have some foster children with us. and I run a ministry called Dad's hired, which is a online ministry for men and we help equipment to lead their family well. and so we've got a podcast and an online community and so that takes a bunch of time there and then I also write some books I wrote a devotional last year called. Stop behaving. which is basically you know to help? Guys get to the heart of instead of. Chasing after behavior modification really having our hearts changed by Jesus.

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"lopes" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"lopes" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Dead hackers dot us. Slash one one seven to get all the show notes in resources. What's up dead hackers. This is a rebroadcast of one of the first interviews. I did way back when I started the podcast. This is my interview with Jared Lopes from dad tired, so check it out. It's actually Independence Day when I'm working on this so happy. BELATED INDEPENDENT STAY! I hope you enjoy this. A lot of you haven't heard this one. You become listeners since I launched the podcast over two years ago. So hope this is helpful to you. We talk about a lot of good stuff so. Here you. What's Up Dad Hackers? My Name is Patrick Antonucci I'm the host and founder of this podcast and Community of Dad Akers whether you're new here. I've been here for a long time. I WanNa personally welcomed you that hackers is a community of Christian fathers work devoted to encouraging equipping and enabling one another to become the man that God has created designed us to be so that we can raise up the next generation of fully devoted followers of Christ and leave a legacy of multi generational faithfulness. On this show. We primarily interview Christian Med to dive into their experiences and. And insights into what it means to be a Christian. Man Christian has been a Christian father and a leader. We asked questions that dig deep into the thinking and rationale these men so that we can all learn and grow into the men that God is calling us beat. I'm grateful you joined us today. Make sure you subscribe to the gym. Never Miss. Any of our episodes are also be sure to leave an honest review. Reviews helped boost the show's ratings, which means that or dads are going to come across our show and benefit the onset. We put out. On a delight you know that.

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Challenges of Managing ML Models: Interview with Luke Marsden, Dotscience

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

09:12 min | 2 years ago

Challenges of Managing ML Models: Interview with Luke Marsden, Dotscience

"Hello and welcome to the AI. Today podcast I'm your host Kathleen. I'm your host Ronald Schmeltzer our guest today as Luke. Marsden who is the founder and CEO with Dot Science? I look thank you so much for joining us today on a today. Thank you for having me on Muslim. Lou can thanks for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Until them a little bit about your background and the exciting things that are going on at dot science. So I run Benham's Luke. I've been working on her a couple of years. Now my background prior to that was I was heavily involved in the DACA ecosystem so that was Containers and works closely with my previous Australia Q. With making it possible for days bases in containers and snatch them and things like that and it turns out that that technology is applicable of science machine learning unexplained Eckstein. How a bit likes wrong. Yeah I will start. Works in the Kuban teasing The project that came primary out Google kind of emergency to some of the large scale computing Google making it easier to run very large. Wet climates reliably across las. Islas in that kind of thing and yeah sorry background and very much on the devops in infrastructure. Sign of things and that's kind of why we've come to the welded machine learning with much devops perspective and we're looking at ways that you can bring some of the best practices that a pretty normal and common for software developers devops engineers and bring some of those best practices throughout the day signs machine money. Frankly it's it's pretty lacking in many cases at the moment sire I can dive into more of that as you wish. But in terms of the final things dangling adult science well we have a product that launched in the summer of last year an end to end date science machine. Learning Platform will science. It started out from as I mentioned the welded devops data version and so when the company starts just over two years ago. Now we started with project Cole. Dahmash end the idea with don't match was bring data version ing to the well the devils and the last six months into that project we realized okay. We could build a business around Divisions devils but actually we've discovered that as a much much bigger problem around data in the well date science machine lending and none of us had been in that world before site we had a very rapid slew of learning curve for us on our team regained the world of Science Machine Learning. Bobi That's the reproducibility crisis. In science that as challenges with data version ing and being able to even know which version of dice that was used to China Mobile. That might be running in production that might be making important decisions and from that we started the dot science projects and the dog. Science project really started out being focused around data version and provenance so the ability to go from model. That's running in production TRANSPAC Exactly the version of the data set. That was used to train it exactly. What about his that came from and we learned kind of in twenty nineteen really. The starting with that problem was actually starting with the problem. That was further down the road. Full might of the market that we did find some of Allie visionary customers who agreed with us about the important sedates questioning and provenance and they were kind of acid points with their own projects. They already to tackle as problems that we found the ninety-eight percent of the market that we were speaking to have more fundamental problems. And this is kind of interesting. Because it was a cable was solved. A problem that love the market doesn't have yet and so we extended the products to support the end to end machine lending life cycle and what we found was we had either never again was the most companies actually have a more fundamental problem. They have the problem of being able to deploy models into production. Asshole AM surprised us we. That's why we developed the products to deploy muddles very easily so we made it possible without Python Library for scientists to run a single camman which is gassed model and that will automatically builds Abdulkarim image for By ten supply will psychic model and Ben automatically allow the user just by clicking a button to deploy that mobile And also sets up monitoring and. I guess we'll talk about monitoring Lakes rob but yeah. That's kind of the exciting things that are going on is that we've navigated to the point where we have the end to end platform that we're seeing real customer traction and as Kaunda. That's exciting because we've achieved Fans and solving real problems for us which is nice. Yeah Nice robust answer because it covers a lot of ground which is great. You know a lot of our listeners. Who who may not really be familiar with them. L. Ops. I know that we are at cognreznick. Actually just wrapped up some research on the subject and it's really interesting. The timing of bringing this sort of solution to market where were now starting to see a maturing in the understanding of how to use and consume but more were also just not moving from companies who are building their own models and experimenting to organizations who are starting to leverage or models built by other parts of their organization or even by other organizations. This change is a lot of the emphasis of the need for management but for many of our listeners. Who may not know have never heard the term Emma Lops. Maybe they're kind of familiar with devops. And maybe maybe for our listeners. You can define find at least from your perspective. What is this Amel ops thing? What is the OPS part in? How does that connect to? Maybe some of the concept deb. Ops that they may already be familiar with. Yeah absolutely so. It's a great question. What is Emma Lopes and for companies like we were doing something that didn't have a name yet and the word analogs finally really came into even some popular tons last year. And so it is. It's very neat. Tom And say I certainly wouldn't expect everyone listening to have heard of it before. Alex is the intersection of three disciplines. It's the intersection of Software Engineering Machine. Learning and devops and I mean just to provide a snapshot of of whether disciplines individually have. Come to suffer. Engineering has undergone a bit of a revolution in the last two decades. Now and suffer. Engineering has gone from something which was done slowly and manually by suffragettes. E-mailing bashes patch files around each other as a way of collaborating so distributed version control with tools. Like get hub making it much easier to Radley. It's right on a software project and side that be my sort of summary of suffer. Engineering's come to the state of the autism around distribution control in an acing Chris. Collaboration and then devops has grown a revolution in the last ten years going from a place where when a company the Software Company is delivering software to perform devops. That would be silenced. That would be teams of suffer. Engineers working on the software and then they'll be teams of operators ninety professionals who would be running the software and there was very much a sense that you sort of some racially is build a software type. They write some software and then they try it over. The Wall to be icy ops people and the problem with that is it really slowed down the delivery of software and the man that S- that were big organizational challenges around of big slow release cycles and it would take months for software to ship and DEVOPS has done is it said No. You shouldn't have teams. You shouldn't have a set team from your office team. You should have a dental team. Which means that you combine your developing your operations and sometimes multi-functional team a team that contains able with. Sometimes it's one person is doing both the suffering the operations and actually playing it and increasingly. That's the way the simone suppress bells and said devops early. Visit a revolution in terms of being able to suffer more quickly and combining bats organizational change of Suffer developers and operations people in the same team and often in the same role. Software has gone from taking months to ship two minutes and in some cases seconds and so that's also being enabled by tools like continuous integration. Continuous

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Beirut Bakery Bridging Divides

Monocle 24: The Menu

06:44 min | 2 years ago

Beirut Bakery Bridging Divides

"Bakery talks besides a row of small's cafes in central Beirutis north your typical location for community building checked but through producing high-quality Sour Dough. Bread and a roster of tempting bagels. Cookies and Mafias Ma. Baker is using business to bring together people who would likely never otherwise meet. Syrian and Lebanese who reached and poor old and young the bakery salsa focusing on using ancient varieties of local weeds as well as finding new uses for Levinstein. Kitchen cupboards staples like olive oil cumin seeds and great molasses. Monaco's Beta which correspond reports. Went along to meet the Bakers Kid kid scientists new to you as built up. Great confidence in myself. I used to be very introverted but now I talk before I never used to talk. People would come and I would never speak. I'll be ashamed but now I speak without a problem when a woman earns money she feels like she's done something in her life and has something now. My children are more aware about not just sitting at home between four walls. No I go out and work now policy. That's done your water for the past three years. She's been baking sour dough. Bread with us. Citizen Brent Stuart after a long period based in Tripoli in North Lebanon Brenton Dinya recently began baking but then new premises in Beirut Malia Bakery. It's named after a pre Islamic Arab Warrior Queen Reflecting the idea that work empowers women coming along to Mario Bakery in central Beirut's Bryant opened up a couple of weeks ago and let's go and have a look what they doing the bakery today. Smells just amazing and sledding bagels dipping them in great molasses and then covering them with sesame seeds and caraway seeds although their neighbors relations between Lebanon and Syrians haven't always been positive. Tensions have been exacerbated since the beginning of the war in Syria in two thousand and eleven Lebanese blame. The one million plus Syrians who sought refuge in their country for burdening and already creaking infrastructure and failing economy. Syrians blame Lebanese for discrimination and racism. So that's where the breadcrumbs and Brent had already started a small NGO in north Lebanon. He thought that by getting Syrians and Lebanese to bake together. Prejudice isn't fears might have less space to grow. My name is Brandt Stewart American from Las Vegas originally and I came to Lebanon about seven years ago. I started to realize in order to really support a community I needed to address the needs of everyone in the community equally. Not just one segment of it just to help foster these ties. I started to see that my role as a manager of this profit is to use various common goals in order to bring people under the same in the same space and so we don't come together and talk about. Let's say peace building or community building what we have in common and what we don't have in common. We actually just focus on the common goal and I've seen through that process whether that's baking bread or whether that's education in the classroom these barriers. They break away and they fall down and people. They focused on what they have in common instead of focusing on what they don't through baking bread with her. Dunya a mother of five from the great friendship with a Syrian woman. Oh bida she left law September because she married and moved to Turkey but didn't use realization that they shed more similarities than differences has remained bus another synthetic Halloween again. Two years we spent working together really wonderful. She was like my sister and more. We used to visit each other. Go to sitting cafe together and had a good time. Mom about Malia bakery staple product is a high quality sour bread baked in woodfired oven with Brunton Dina's meticulous work. One loaf takes three days to produce from start to finish if we go to the oven Ashley now and so. This is the oven where things baked. So there's a huge gold oven and would fights. It's what fired. Yeah so this door is made of steel. It's very well fitted just to keep steam. We have to steam the breath to keep the steam contained in. Wow Wow goodness me as you can see here still quite hot. We fired this about three days ago. Mase yeah you can feel the heat coming out still quite hot Brunton Dunya. Sour dough is different from Standard White Lopes produced in Lebanon and Syria Venezuela hovers hide. The hovers the Brady's really good it's healthy with natural wheat and fermentation honestly. When I got my mom to taste it. It reminded her of the bridge. He used to have in the old days when they would make the starter and use it to bake bread. My Mom really likes it always tells me to bring some for her to perform MOEE. Bakery is also promoting Lebanon's feed producers by using local varieties of wheat. That's an idea that attracted chef. Yes Meena Hayek who knows twenty loaves a week for restaurant. La Career in Beirut's to Maisy district so most of the flowers on Lebanon refined flowers and it's rare to find stone mill flowers like brands and brand stone. Mrs Practice Flower instantly before baking so which Which which gives his bread this awesome flavors because if power is very fresh. I think that's using these varieties of wheat. That are going to eventually disappear as a way to save. Our food heritage. Brent soon hopes to expand Maui a bakery into a cafe as well wet buyers can come to enjoy the products on site the seven spice cookies and smokey sour dough crust particularly Morrish. Junior may well soon have other bakers joining her to cope with increased demand

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Critics Complain Mexico's Austerity Plan Has Gone Too Far

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:09 min | 2 years ago

Critics Complain Mexico's Austerity Plan Has Gone Too Far

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply mexico's new president is populist. He's a leftist and there's this thing he says a lot. You can't have a rich government where the people are poor so in the first few months of his administration he has slashed government spending cut thousands of federal jobs and ended some of the perks of being a mexican politician many people i love it but some others think his thriftiness has gone too far. N._p._r.'s carrie kahn has the story president andress manuel lopes over doors says it's time lawmakers live like regular mexicans. He's done away with chauffeur-driven cars expense accounts and high salaries starting with his own. He got the presidential pay by sixty percent. He's trying to sell the presidential plane and now flies commercial and in a stroke of populist genius he turned the opulent presidential residents into a public park and museum the us bienvenidos thoughts on a recent sunday federal employees holding auction right on the grounds selling thousands thousands of pieces of jewelry seized from drug traffickers tax cheats white collar criminals tino the laura recovery vata against says all proceeds will go to the poorest communities in the country rodriguez heads up the federal agency which was just renamed the institute to return the stolen to the people. He's four actions of cease good so far this year then go to testing those the not a suspect era multi seymour. I'm on the two thousand items. Being auctioned are solid gold pistol grips diamond bracelets and all sorts of designer watches like like this one hitting the eleven thousand dollar asking price alona the interesting comment doors observer jose luis aguilar is stunned on by all the opulence on display in that. He's doing the right thing our president by showing us all that's been stolen the impunity <unk> unity in our country. This is great says geller but critics say lopez over doors austerity and cost cutting has gone too far. He's public. Hospitals is at risk by reducing personnel and supplies. Let forest fires rage while laying off firefighters and slash to e federally funded science and art projects cuts have been done with a machete instead of doing them with a scalpel denise dresser professor and political commentator later says what is most worrisome is that lopez over doors getting rid of competent civil servants and replacing them with what she says are yes men and women those who believe in his form of transformation so he's replacing one form of dysfunctional government with another form of dysfunctional government last month lopez over doors finance minister a longtime political ally abruptly resigned citing what he called ideological extremism in economic decision-making decision making jose ankle sent that marina knows about the cost cutting all too well he was a top executive at pro-mexico at a division in the economy ministry that promoted mexican businesses and investment at home and abroad last spring. He and the entire division were let go some five five hundred workers. They are closing what without of over in a new or different alternative we are worried about. There's no plum being he says mexico's economy can't survive without foreign investors and the expertise of offices like his in fact economists warn mexico's soco's heading for a recession growth has been below one percent so far this year a lot of that has to do with global economic pressures but critics say lopez over doors handling think of the economy isn't helping. He's redirecting a lot of his austerity savings. Two billion dollar infrastructure projects that market watchers say are too expensive and environmentally unsound historian lorenzo mayor who supports the president says change is hard after decades of privilege enjoyed by so many politicians elites. I am pretty sure that a lot of oprah class mexicans uneven middleclass don't feel that under his manorial looks absorb thought is the kind of president that mexico needs but he says the general population backs him with some polls giving the president as seventy percent approval rating writing carrie kahn n._p._r. News mexico city. This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor comcast business gig fueled network solutions that help help businesses go beyond the expected to do the extraordinary comcast business beyond fast learn more at comcast business dot com.

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Sprinklr - The Social Technology Serving 1000+ Global Brands

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

07:27 min | 3 years ago

Sprinklr - The Social Technology Serving 1000+ Global Brands

"To talk about how the world's biggest global brands such as Nike McDonalds, Microsoft, PNG Samsung and more than fifty percent of the fortune fifty and nine out of ten of the world's most valuable brands or working with a company called sprinkler wit is the first unified customer experience management platform for the enterprise, and they helped the world's largest brands reach engage and listen to their customers on Facebook Twitter and over twenty three other social channels all for the purpose of marketing advertising, research and cat and Straker does all of that on one unified platform which integrate with legacy systems and allow solo teams. To collaborate and deliver seamless experience to every single one of their customers across any channel and scale because I was incredibly impressed with what I learned and for me sprinkler stood out of the two hundred plus boats here at the adobe summit and sprinklers seem to be one of the few out there that have no competition so book lope and hold on tight. So I can be meal is all the way to Vegas. So we can speak with sprinklers XM oh, grad cone. It will our promise you will be very enlightening and amusing conversation too. Massive all welcome to the show. Can you tell the listeners about who you are? And what you do, sir. I'm grad gone chief experience in marketing officer for sprinkler. And when I'm responsible for is all the traditional marketing motions, in our way, we measure that is pipeline. And but I'm also in charge of experience and how to our customers experienced product. How do they on the products and have they use the products to help their customers fall in love with them that will show many buzzwords here at the summit? It also was surrounded by them. I wanna quest to learn more about how these techies working in the real world outside of conference halls and keynote speeches so tell me a little bit more about how sprinkle is helping large brands such as Disney Loria McDonald's, Michael Kors, Nike PNG's. I'm tender. I could go on and on. But how do you help them manage their social media leaning words, buzzwords and marketing? I'm I'm confused. I don't know what you talking about. Yeah. You know, I think I used to work in healthcare in every industry actually has buzzwords and particularly acronyms in part of the reason for that. Is that the it's the way industry creates language that creates exclusionary access? So that they simply the way I judge you is they'll save you. Hey, what are you using to generate MQL's if you say to me muttering pupils, Mike? Oh, hello. And goodbye. And and it's very very interesting every industry, Scott that marketing is particularly adept at creating them because they're very creative people. So they're really good at creative. And I think that where we get lost a lot of the time is that at the end of the day, if a customer doesn't take charge card or cash out of their wallet and give it to you. Then there's no company. I mean, it's not that conflict. And it is funny. How people get all sort of like confused on what is the role of the customer, and should they be customer Centric and CSM is this new acronym? That's not come out customer experience management. But at the end of the day, someone has to decide to give you money the thing that you're selling in. So how do you do that? And I think they're really simple way is that you want them to feel that by giving you money. They'll be they'll be happier. You can't promise happiness. That's a that's a quest. It's never ending. You kids out there. Trust me. Don't try chase happiness. But happier is doable. You can't be happier in. So how do you create happier customers? And then that's a core issue. Now. Let's assume that it's eighteen fifty right now you and I are running a shop. Okay. Would we be flipping around whereas like CSM MQL's talking about marketing automation? No. But we would be thinking about how do we make our customers happy? We would be worried about. And so you would think about how do we greet them when they walk in the door. How do we get to know them? Really? Well, that was always the big secret the shopkeepers hat is that over time. They would know their customers and that customer and walk in the store I known sack while you were there, and you what you want a new when she bought last week and know what you're thinking of buying 'cause we were talking about it. We have a conversation together. This idea of really getting to know somebody. That's something that we've lost a lot of companies. And then once I know you then I'm like, okay. How do I tell you that? I got something that meets those needs and making happier. And then how do I communicate that to you? Then how do I give that to you? So you give me money. That's that's how we would run a shop. Right. And I think for a large company today, they they they need to have a shop keepers Mentana. Which in the first step of that? Is you need to understand which your customers are talking about the thing about you. But you're seeing about their lives what they're saying about products in your area like Cleese. No all that. Now until very recently. It was hard to know those things that scale in. So quite frankly, we sorta gave up as an industry. So you think what the history of the twentieth century? It's it's broadcast century or basically stood on soapbox does yelled at our customers. Ryan will just repeat the same thing over and over again until they get and they don't well. Then let us keep telling them over and over again, it it was too horrible time. When you think about it? But now, we actually have the ability to listen to what people are saying about the things they need and their likes and desires and dislikes and then act on that. And solve those things in create a happier person. Resolve it's a it's we live in a very amazing time. I think if you could just boil it down to half your customers and boil it down to knowing and then. Being able to engage in respond to it, isn't that complicated. This real vibe around privacy trust and transparency here at the adobe summit this year. So can you tell me a little bit more about how sprinkler helps lodge brands manage that customer social data in a secure way? An also, of course, how you're helping brands reduced risk in their own social media management practices. Right. So privacy is a always been a first party citizen at sprinkler. So sprinkler was born ten years ago. It's a ten year old company now, and there was one simple idea in the founding of it that's been pretty critical to our success, which is that we only work with large enterprise grants. And so what that meant is that we had to create a tool that would integrate into very complex IT environments with very large multinational organizations we operate in one hundred fifty countries today and twenty seven different languages. You know, we've got. Got offices in fifteen countries fourteen hundred employees now, so we've been able to serve as these large multinational clients by making sure that privacy security and governance were always first party citizens. So part

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Blood pressure medication recall expands yet again

Joel Riley

05:58 min | 3 years ago

Blood pressure medication recall expands yet again

"Go Dr John Phillips joins us, Dr Philipson interventional cardiologists with Ohio health wanted to reach out this morning, Dr because we're seeing a few blood pressure. Medication recalls seen it in a couple of places. I'm just curious with all the talk about blood pressure. Let's start at the beginning. Some new guidelines hit us maybe a month or two ago. Tell me what you know about that as the start. Sure Joel thanks for having me obsolete them. You know blood pressure is is a problem for folks, and it can cause increased cardiovascular events, and so based on some new guidelines from the American college of cardiology and the American Heart Association, we're working towards reducing folks risk by better controlling their blood pressures to certain ranges, depending on age and cardiovascular risk, right? So let's say forty-five-year-old guy, maybe a little pudgy around the middle where should his blood pressure? Be. Well, ideally, we'd like a blood pressures for everybody, you know, less than the top number less than one twenty in the bottom number less than eighty we have mechanisms or ability to calculate risk based on age, diabetes, some other risk factors. But ideally, you know, a good number to think about is one twenty over eighty unfortunately, a good portion of Americans upwards, so one thirds may have elevated blood pressure. So we've got a lot of medications that we can use to help treat folks. But oftentimes we recommend changes in lifestyle. Exercising more eating a little bit healthier and staying away from alcohol products. Yeah. And when when you talk about that, I mean, you're a doctor. This is what you do d- think it's that we're more sedentary now, or is it that we're just eating so much processed food especially with salts. I think it's a combination of both. You know, it's a lot easier to get in the car and drive someplace as opposed to getting on the bike. And and you know, riding there to pick up something everybody should be out exercising in watching what they eat. It's also more expensive to eat, fresher foods. And so that may be, you know, cost prohibitive for some people but process would certainly play a role because they do have a large amount of sodium in them are there. I mean, we know salt is usually a bad guy being done interior. Are there any magic foods? I mean magic might be a little strong. But like if you want to be heart healthy, here's the one or two things you should eat with great regularity. Well, I mean, we talk about museum what's called the Mediterranean type diet. So when you're looking at what proteins you're gonna take in we recommend more fish as opposed to red meat with respect to you know, being cognizant of some of the saturated fats that you take in lower carbohydrate numbers more legumes and beans as opposed to you know, starches. No, magic foods. Unfortunately, no magic pill for us to lose weight, and you know, to become healthy. It's hard work and exercise. But I mean, isn't isn't oatmeal pretty good for me, if I'm trying to keep my blood pressure down and keep the cholesterol out. Yeah. That's a great source of nutrients, and I think habitable oatmeal is better than having a egg mcmuffin. I got some people like the taste of that mcmuffin, though, doc. They are they are. Indeed. Now, the order of the day is this recall a blood pressure medications. And I even saw one report I think that there is some cancer concerns that these might actually kick off cancer. What do you know about the the recalls? Yes. So there are a class of medication called certain that have been recalled based on the manufacturers and in different combinations. And there's another medication called him loping that was voluntary recall voluntarily recalled as well. So these medications are typically generic, and they're manufactured by different companies. And and unfortunately, a lot of the manufacturing is outsourced in. So upwards of forty percent of medications that are engineered in the US are manufactured elsewhere. And the FDA had noted some contaminants in some of these medications, basically just some bribe byproducts of the industrial processing and three of them are believed to cause cancer in humans one of them as. Actually used rocket fuel. And so that set off some alarms and these medications or these lots were voluntarily recalled. I got you. So this is the kind of thing that if I haven't maybe made an inquiry should absolutely do it if I'm using one of these or Modine, correct? Yeah. Val, certain Losada, nervous art, and then amyloid opinion, I would recommend calling your physician or your your pharmacist to see if any of those agents are manufactured by the companies that recalled them based on recommendations from the FDA. It seems like I mean, the car industry is really good about reaching out to us. If we have a car that needs a fix they make they send you the letter or whatever is that not happening with this medicine recall. You know, again about sixty million prescriptions were written for low certain in two thousand sixteen. So there's a lot of folks on these medications, again, not all of them were made by the manufacturers who are recalling them. There are websites. You can go to the FDA. And there's a website that you can you can. Look up and see if the medication you're on is manufactured by one of these. Would it be a lot number? It would just be that specific medication and a certain timeframe. Yeah. The problem is there's different dosing combinations with other medications. So probably easiest thing to do is if you are on one of these medications, call your pharmacy. Can they can let you know, what company makes it, absolutely brilliant? So with the the different, you know, take on what's high blood pressure in that Europe? Busier person these days are about the same. We're always busy. Unfortunately, cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of Americans. And so it's important to be proactive as opposed to reactive so exercise eat healthy. And you know, throw the cigarettes away in the McDonald's away, and you should be alright exercise

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Man United's comeback stalls Man City's Premier League title win

ESPN FC

03:43 min | 3 years ago

Man United's comeback stalls Man City's Premier League title win

"Have to start gentlemen. Don't we insure in a game at steeped in history with be echoes of that history tonight for Manchester United up against you vent as well. Certainly didn't look like it for let's say about eighty minutes of the game you've into bossing it leading. Should it be further in front you? Brunell, those sublime volley all they had to show for those twenty three shots and lo and behold, Manchester United storming back to win one not with the freekick and then the own goal near the end giving Josie muni owes men an unlikely victory Josie Mugniyah reacting to the game by cupping his ear to the tour in grand. After the game Josie Moreno on his actions at the full time. Whistle I was in. So for nineteen minutes. I'd probably shouldn't have done it with a cool head. I wouldn't have done it. But would my family and sold it including might into family. I reacted like this. Filet changes the game? We didn't have him in the first lake we introduced one to not for the free-kicks. But the crossers into the lady who always dominates in the air. While listen what let's clear one thing. Right. And my experience pleasant coaches, abused nineteen minutes in most games, right? Is pot. It's not right as part over. But once again on the first point once again, he stealing headlines from please. That's what he's doing here. It goes only cups. His ear comes on many goes in has an argument with Benicio who comes over. So it's all about Marino. Good visit Chauque sick. Secondly, a great result. As a great result. But I'm not buying. This was a great United performance because I use the what again that Stevie Lopes profligate. The only reason would end this game is because event this profligate in the final felt so decrepit United hanging against the team that appear in the final finishing other credit for coming by. So Allegra made the change Sheely off brought Bezeq Leo. Yeah. Anticipating the Fellini bowls into the box and all that. But it just made a little bit. But it might have been a great footballing performance. But this was a great marina performance. He has made a career by Britain renew performance twenty Chinese and some of the game show hope because they're messing China sees nothing. He said so bogged vengeance keep it you keep yourself in the game. Because you know, if you over extend you. You leave all kinds of pieces at least at least you keep yourself in the game. I you get this keeping yourself self in the game because you've vent this are messing Cianci's. Not because that's you. Tonight is set to be United set of defensively that workout when having all these chances United set of defensive you gave themselves in the game on and then bring on the likes of really later and only only because event is for profligate. I got nothing. Sits on the difference in quality between Manchester United, and you Venter's is is you. I kinda what marina does where he has teams. Second best was as some all you keep yourself in the game show. Don't you shut? Shut up show. He tries to shuttle. He did not show up show. They gave up numerous chances. But not because they were trying to get followed. No because because. Pick them apart with some good.

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Sasha Baron Cohen Duke, US and William Callaway discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

01:59 min | 4 years ago

Sasha Baron Cohen Duke, US and William Callaway discussed on WBZ Midday News

"Chestnut. Multiple times after he was caught vandalizing a home Lopes was known to. Local police President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin open their summit with a handshake president declaring that the world wants the US in Russia to get along before, laying out the agenda for the meeting which does not include Russia meddling in the two thousand sixteen US presidential election and a Salem woman is, suing high, profile psychiatrist and newburyport resident Keith AB low claiming that he. Engaged in sexual contact while treating her she, is seeking five million dollars in damages Demonstrators are still angry at Chicago police after an officer fatally shot a black man on the city's south side on Saturday immediately, after the, shooting outraged protesters began jostling with police who had coordinate the. Area William Callaway was one of those demonstrators Walking past the police guest host the told him to come here they on don't care told me reform. New reach four doesn't, they shot him the officer involved in the shooting has been. Placed on desk duty for thirty days The new, show time, series who is America. Debuts with a bang as celebrity guests claim host Sasha baron Cohen Duke them correspondent Mike Bauer reports so far, the list includes former Alaska governor Sarah Palin former Alabama judge in US Senate candidate ROY. Moore and even beloved anchorman Ted Koppel those names and others began, to cry and Cohen's technique of misleading subjects into interviews with the host usually Cohen in disguise and tries to go them into making or agreeing with outrageous statements both more and Walsh are. Considering lawsuits last, night's debut featured Cohen disguised as an Israeli commando inviting Walsh and other gun rights activists to promote kindergartens a new program to teach an. Arm school children as young as three to use firearms to protect themselves WBZ.

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Russia, Michael Chesney and Brian Clark discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

02:19 min | 4 years ago

Russia, Michael Chesney and Brian Clark discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

"A quarter of an inch of rain officially in denver yesterday and after a wet day like yesterday we often deal with fog the following morning and so be prepared for fog this morning especially on the east and south sides of town that's where we seem to have had most of it so far eighty eight degrees for the high today under partly cloudy skies this afternoon there's a ten percent chance for late day thunderstorm tonight lows in the sixties tomorrow clouds on the increase was scattered afternoon thunderstorms chance of rain tomorrow about thirty percent with a high of eightyseven and then back to sunny hot and dry weather starting wednesday highs in the mid to upper nineties from cbs four mash now terry on koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm currently we have sixty one degrees and some fog this morning depending on what part of town you're in plenty of clouds to now on colorado's morning news president trump and russian leader vladimir putin already sitting down this morning in finland the two made them arrival minutes ago sharing a handshake and a photo op the president says there's a lot on the table discuss discussions on everything two missiles nuclear we'll be talking a little bit about china mentioning everything except election meddling in cybersecurity that is maybe two comments of us today summit as an opportunity that he thinks the world will want to see both countries get along we will end up having an extraordinary relationship i hope so i've been saying i'm sure you've heard over the years and as i can pain bed getting along with russia is a good thing not a bad president trump and putin are meeting behind closed doors including only translators in the room the two are expected to hold a joint news conference later this morning we'll bring you that live when it happens to people including a police officer dead in massachusetts they were shot and killed with the officers weapon authorities say weymouth police officer michael chesney saw a man who they say was a manual lopes vandalizing a home lopes then attacked offset chasma is leaving the large stone norfolk county assistant da gregg connor says after officer chesnut fell to the ground lopes moved in and picked up his gun and discharge several times in his head and chest they forty two year old chestnut was killed as other officers gave chase lopes kept firing striking a local resident in her home these wounds were fatal to her lopes was taken into custody brian clark abc news as you wake up this morning and on your drive in you'll notice some patches.

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Police Officer & Innocent Bystander Killed; Suspect in Custody in Weymouth, Massachusetts

WBZ Morning News

03:00 min | 4 years ago

Police Officer & Innocent Bystander Killed; Suspect in Custody in Weymouth, Massachusetts

"Of weymouth is grieving the loss of two this morning an innocent bystander and police officer michael chestnut both were fatally shot yesterday we understand sometimes which is not grateful enough for the sacrifices people might win the police say emmanuel lopes had crashed a car and fled on foot was confronted by officer chester while vandalizing a home wbz's doug cope is here with the rest of the story he joins us from weymouth this morning good morning doug and good morning josh was quiet sunday morning when this all happened that quiet broken by gunshots police say suspect emmanuel lopes had run into a neighborhood following that car crash by nearby south shore hospital the home vandalized officer michael chesney responding he confronted lopes lopes then allegedly hit off chestnut with iraq stole the officer's gun and fatally shot chestnut now assistant norfolk da gregg connor says after shooting chestnut a local woman was then shot in her home i hired mike chesnot six years ago that the police department at six years has been an army veteran in fact speaking with his mom and she told me that he joined the military to help open the doors firm to get on this job is the police chief here in weymouth talking about officer michael chestnut now another responding officer was able to shoot and wound lopes in the leg lopes was captured he's under guard itself throw hospital he'll be arraigned either they're in the hospital or a quincy district court later on today black bunting draped around the front door the weymouth police station this morning in weymouth doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty the identity of the woman killed by a stray bullet insider home is not been released yet because authorities have not yet been able to notify her family members suspect emmanuel lopes has a criminal history sheriff ian daca of the wbz tv i team tells us he was out on pretrial probation on a drug charge weymouth police say he was selling cocaine to a minor in resisted arrest a judge released lopes on pretrial probation with a condition that he submit to random drug testing he was due back in court on july thirtieth sources say lopes uses a different name on facebook in told officer at the time of his october arrest last year that he was homeless lopes is due to be arraigned later today a talk show lines are busy overnight with reaction here on wbz we get more from carl stevens our hearts are broken once again that was the reaction from the mother of yarmouth police sergeant sean gannon he was the first massachusetts officer killed in the line of duty this year officer chest in weymouth is the second and his death is felt by men in blue across the commonwealth this is boston police superintendent in chief william enforcement spirit lives on route each and every one of us that are trying to do the right thing tech new all the citizens so we spirit loose on with us the superintendent was part of a large group of law enforcement taking part in a procession has officer chestnuts body was brought to the.

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China central bank says cannot refuse, discriminate against cash payments

Bill Cunningham

02:03 min | 4 years ago

China central bank says cannot refuse, discriminate against cash payments

"Unions forging ahead after the supreme court deals a large blow in a recent ruling you leaders to make their voices heard now more than ever after the supreme court's decision to not force nonmembers to pay public sector union fees the courts conservative majority decided union contract negotiations were linked with political activities a decision af afdc president randi weingarten calls manipulation of the constitution so let's make no mistake about it this was a an access special attack on us critic hans von spas vosges says the decision offers workers more choices moving forward this was a great upholding a first amendment right the right not to be forced union leaders and speakers encourage members to stay involved and keep their eyes set on the fall election in pittsburgh tie kirkland fox news morning in massachusetts after a police officer is killed a massachusetts police officer as well as an elderly woman both killed michael chasma of the weymouth police was responding to a car accident investigators say a lobes fled the scene and proceeded vandalizing nearby house officer chestnut pulled out his firearm and demanded loaf stop norfolk county district attorney greg connor says that's when the officer was attacked with iraq striking him in the head officer chesnut fell to the ground lopes then accused of taking chesney gun and fatally shooting him with it he reportedly fired several rounds also killing it on identified woman is stray bullets sprayed her home he's now in police custody tom graham fox news china's economic growth slowed to six point seven percent for the second quarter down from six point eight adding to challenges for beijing with the mounting tariff battle the decline was expected after beijing tightened controls on bank lending last year to cool surging debt forecasters say without sediment the tariff war between the us and china could weigh on activity i'm an character fox news radio from the florida central credit union home loans.

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Police officer, bystander shot, killed in Weymouth; suspect in custody

Kim Komando

01:46 min | 4 years ago

Police officer, bystander shot, killed in Weymouth; suspect in custody

"Russia's election meddling with putin during that call karen travers abc news traveling with the president in helsinki chicago police released bodycam video showing harith augustus reaching for a holstered gun as he ran away from officers before they shot and killed him killing touched off violent protests last night the video released following clashes with police and protesters this weekend at least four injured in several moral wrestling demonstrators scuffled with officers in jumped on patrol cars on the south siders chicago abc's zachary quiche there have been some protests tonight weymouth massachusetts police officer michael chesney was shot and killed responding to a report of a car driving erratically here arrived at an accident scene defined suspect emmanuel lobes vandalizing a house norfolk county massachusetts assistant district attorney greg connor lopes then attacked off so chasma is believed when a large stone striking him in the head nassir chesnut fell to the ground dan retrieve office suggestions firearm discharged several times in his head and chest chestnut six year veteran was killed lopes ran continuing to shoot one of those bullets killing an elderly woman in her home lopes eventually catch catcher he's hospitalized a wildfire that broke out friday in central california has blackened more than six square miles since then killing a firefighter and spurring the closure of a key route into yosemite national park you're listening to abc news ever wonder why european seemed to speak so many languages maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning app and era babbel's awardwinning technology gets you speaking right away whether you're learning spanish french or german and best of all you'll remember what you've learned i always thought i was bad at languages but after using babble i can tell you i was just taught the wrong way using babbel's ten to fifteen minute lessons you can be speaking confidently in the new language within weeks i was amazed that i could start having real life conversations right away so fast now i'm seeking status no wonder babble is the.

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Why are America's farmers killing themselves in record numbers?

Dana Loesch

01:56 min | 4 years ago

Why are America's farmers killing themselves in record numbers?

"For forty minutes and he desperately haunted vehicle's horn to get helps at a witness he's a little dog he got locked in the truck and it was just super hot outside on the dog kept honking the horn and i'd which i think is blessed little heart it was just so i mean their pictures it's this little bay precious puff that was sitting there and they they reported the trap dog and then they ended up there was the person came out and they said all there's a crack in the window stop it if i see a hot dog in a car i'm on break your window to get the car the dog out just that's all there is to don't do that and then and then i will i'll sue you for the expert the the the physical exertion that i had to undertake in order to get your dog out i'm gonna be i'm going to be traumatized so don't do that so this was a really sad story cbs news has a piece of farmers in america are killing themselves in staggering numbers awful a suicide rate in the field of farming fishy fishing and forestries trees eighty four point five per one hundred thousand that's worth five times that of the population as a whole and this is even as overall the country seen an increase in suicide rates over the past thirty years now there was this the study looked at workers over seventeen different states left out some major major agricultural states like iowa but they they say of mirrors other recent findings i wonder why that is they're dairy farmers that are losing money frightening farmers are kind of struggling right now that's horrible this is such a sad headline california governor is looking to sign a ban on new taxes on soda it's a sin tax on soda jerry brown work on this sale on his asian plants right oh and canada's slaps retaliatory tariffs on the united states this is what i'm talking about i get weird there slapping back at the us told billion dollars in retaliatory tariffs that was announced today see this is where i get super nervous about this stuff lopes we got mail bag ahead and a lot more coming up stay with us.

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Hawaii braces for long upheaval from volcano as new vents open

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:55 min | 4 years ago

Hawaii braces for long upheaval from volcano as new vents open

"The second time in three months the same martha's vineyard ferry breaks down the ferry lost power as it left woods hole and route to vineyard haven last night with two hundred people aboard the steamship authority says it had to drop anchor because of a gas issue with the ferries generator it's the same ferry that had a similar problem in march as it made its way to woods hole from vineyard wbz news time three ten a man is dead after crashing his motorcycle on ninety three north in boston forty nine year old jose lopes of brockton lost control of the bike around two am state police are investigating the killer way of volcano continues to wreak havoc on the big island of hawaii to more events have crack the heated surface forcing out hundreds of residents reporter ben thomas says the number of vents now stands at twelve that's lava sizzling in the streets inside the evacuation zone on hawaii's big island we're more than seventeen hundred people have fled their homes the hawaii volcano observatory suspense each several hundred yards long have opened in the late lonnie estates neighborhood since thursday sam not is among those who stayed behind fuming roaring it was thundering rox refer flying out of the ground he spoke to k joanne acid cheryl griffith who says the eruptions caught many by surprise people's dash james they're not going to recruit scientists say kill away is likely to release more lava through more vents but they can't predict where i'm ben thomas wbz news time three eleven now wbz's doug cope in the ace hticket dot com sports studio and garo we are watching a couple of well pretty important games and sports this afternoon bruins enlightening of course game for the playoffs they are taking place in tampa bay that game just getting underway down in tampa bruins down three games to one they have.

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