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A Recipe for a Hollywood Fight
"Michael viner was the owner of dove publishing. He had a number of decent books that came out in the 90s, the most famous one was you'll never make love in this town again. And when I was dating Jermaine Jackson's ex-wife, Margaret Maldonado. She was working for him at the time, but for Michael viner. And one day she sneaked me in early copy of this salacious book, and no one had seen it yet, Margaret got the proofs and begged me not to show or tell anyone about it. I said, no, no, I won't. I'm not going to write about it. I just want to read it myself, okay? So I go back to the hotel or wherever I was and start reading this book and the proofs and maybe two years ago, I read a couple of the more filthy chapters on this show. The book contains a bunch of stories written by three prostitutes and one actress about this sexual encounters with a bunch of different Hollywood celebrities. There was a Robin and Liza grier, Linda Hammond, and Alexandra daddy. And inside are all these lurid tales of what these girls discovered while having sex with the likes of Nicholson Warren Beatty, Don Henley, Bruce Willis, Robert Evans, John Claude Van Damme, Mickey Rourke, on and on. And a very, very detailed stories. Whether they're all true or not, I don't know. It's just the horrors point of view. So my jaw was on the floor when I started reading this. A couple of days later, I'm at Evans house for one of his great get togethers. Robert Shapiro, Geraldo Rivera, Jacqueline bessette, Beverly Johnson, Neil sedaka, a lot of luminaries in addition to the dynamic to all of Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty, who are always at Evans house back in the 90s, and now I have all this information inside me bursting out and I don't know that Jack Warren and bob know about this. And then my eyes couldn't believe what I was seeing. The publisher Michael Weiner walks into the party. And he lived a few doors down from heaven, so it kind of made sense, but I know all this information from the book he published and I grabbed Margaret and I go, what the fuck is he doing here? She's like, what's the big deal? I go, he's publishing a book about what a few hookers have to say about a few of the men at this party. But balls on this guy,
"maldonado" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Selection scheduled to get underway and the New York trial against Donald Trump's namesake business, the Trump organization. The company has been charged with 9 counts of fraud and other crimes, though the former president is not personally charged. Former company chief financial officer Alan weisselberg is expected to testify at some point, a federal appeals court's temporarily blocked President Biden's student debt relief program. The 8th circuit Court of Appeals has granted a request by officials from Republican led states after their lawsuit was dismissed by a lower court earlier this week. The first Texas state police officer to respond to the rob elementary school shooting in Yuval Texas has been fired, Texas state police officer sergeant Juan Maldonado was fired Friday, months after a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at the school. Former British prime minister Boris Johnson is eyeing a political comeback on vacation when Liz truss resigned Thursday after only 6 weeks in that position, a new leader could be chosen as soon as Monday. I'm Scott Carr. This is Bloomberg Wall Street week with David Weston from Bloomberg radio. This is Wall Street week. I'm David Weston. We welcome once again, our very special contributor on Wall Street week. He is professor Larry summers, of course, former treasury secretary. So thank you so much for being with us, Larry. Once again, much of the week was consumed with the drama over the United Kingdom, which is good and serious business for people who are living in Great Britain. But what lessons might it have for the rest of us? Look at one level, Britain is unique. They went through Brexit, they've had some unique political challenges that have taken place within their Tory party. We've rarely seen the kind of extreme incompetence that was represented by the original trust of proposals. But I think there are two lessons that policymakers around the world need to heed. The first is that things can change extraordinarily fast if you lose credibility. Just as it takes a long time to grow a forest, but you can burn it down very quickly. Something similar is true with respect to credibility and confidence. And I think at a time of rising government debts and rising interest rates, that's a lesson to be careful that policy makers in many different countries need to take account of. I would say the second more specific lesson just goes to the potential instability in government debt markets. And that's got both a macroeconomic aspect that if your deficit projection starts to get out of control and you're real interest rates start to rise rapidly, you can get into a kind of doom loop. And it also has to do with liquidity in the markets and the possibility that you'll get a situation where there'll be selling, but there won't be buying, which will beget a kind of liquidation cycle. And I think given the magnitude of the increases in interest rates that you're seeing in other parts of the world, that's something that policymakers are going to have to be very careful of. I thought secretary Yellen was right to warn about issues around illiquidity in the US Treasury markets. I think we're going to need to be watching our own fiscal projections in the United States very carefully because I think they're going to look different with current market interest rates if you factor in the recession. It's likely to come. That's going to have some significant effects. If you factor in all the different steps that are being taken, whether it's the student loan debt relief for the emergency funding that's going to take place because of the hurricane in Florida or the increases in national security expenditures that I think are almost inevitable given what's happening in other parts of the world. I suspect that the fiscal issue is going to need sooner or later to be back on the table in the United States. So I think that we can be amused those of us who don't live there by some of the things that are happening in Britain, but if we think of it as an experience that's entirely outside of any kinds of concerns that other countries could have, that would be a real mistake. Well, and Larry, as you say, we have to perhaps pay much more attention to the fiscal side, be a bit more responsible. That's at the same time that many people and you included are warning that we may be heading to a recession here. In the past several years, it's thought that if there's a session, we can just write some fiscal checks for it. If we don't have that ability that a way it turns out Liz trust did not have over in the United Kingdom. What does that mean about our ability to pull out of it? What is the prospect that when we've had so many years of feast, we may be handed for some famine on a higher interest rates, lower growth and lower productivity increase. Look, David, there's always a tendency at the beginning or in the early stages of very problematic periods to assume that everything is going to be resolved much more quickly than actually proves to be the case. Think about COVID. I was early on your program and was very worried about COVID. But I certainly didn't envision that it would be something that would still be on people's minds going into the winter of 2023. And I think it's a mistake to think that all of our economic challenges are going to be met quickly, particularly if we heed what I think would be the dangerous advice that are coming from the erstwhile members of team transitory that the fed can back off already. And not carry through on the increases that the market is now expecting. I think for that to happen would be to almost guarantee a protracted period of stagflation as we had both. We lack both price stability and confidence. I think we need to remember that apart from anything we do with discretionary policy, we have a whole set of natural stabilizers to kick in and our economy as the economy goes down, tax collections go down as unemployment crosses certain thresholds. They're increases in unemployment insurance. Payments. But unfortunately, I think we fired the fiscal cannon so strongly that there's going to be limited room for discretionary fiscal policy if we have another recession. Finally, Larry, one of the other events of the week was the release of further release from the strategic petroleum reserve by President Biden, who swears this is not a political issue. But could you give us the economic potential effects of those sorts of releases? David, I think the initial spro release was a powerful thing that over the last month has done a lot to contain oil prices. And I think the Biden administration was exactly right to do it strongly. Do it for a long time, do it in coordination with others. I think it's much less clear how much scope there is for that policy to work going forward in part. That's because it's a little bit like QE. For the fed, whatever you put out there, you're going to have to get back in at some point. And that's going to have the opposite. Impact on oil prices, okay, Larry, thank you so much once again for joining us on Wall Street week. That's Larry summers of Harvard. Finally, one more thought. And this week it comes from Bloomberg senior executive editor for economics and government. And it's about her native land. Here is Stephanie Flanders. I think Liz trust's started off with the right idea, which is the UK has been held back by a
Asylum seekers caught in political battle in NYC, Washington
"Thousands of asylum seekers are being bused to New York City and Washington D.C. They are being sent there but the governors of Texas and Arizona the migrants many from Venezuela are caught in the middle of a political tussle between the Republican governors and the Biden administration The governor said the migrants are overrunning their states and officials in New York and Washington have been caught off guard by the busing programs This can be chaotic but we want to send a message We're here to help And we want to put politics aside That's New York City's commissioner of immigration Manuel Castro Dario Maldonado one of the migrants said it's a tough situation to be in It is like a war between the party of the governor of Texas and the party of Biden Governor Greg Abbott of Texas has spoken with glee over the humanitarian crisis Now vexing officials in the two democratically run cities Bobby Clinton called on New York
Valdez throws 7 scoreless, AL-best Astros beat Rangers 7-3
"Farmer Valdez allowed four hits and struck out 8 over 7 shutout innings in the Houston ASTRO 7 to three win over the Texas Rangers Valdez is now thrown 19 straight quality starts and his ERA dropped to 2.73 Astros manager dusty baker You feeling outstanding game I mean he was very serious about his work and he was a very composed They had a little bit of trouble there early and then he settled down Alex Bregman finished two for two with a home run and three RBI for the Astros while Martin Maldonado added a three run Homer Adam splain Houston
Verlander wins MLB-leading 15th game, Astros blank Cleveland
"Justin Verlander continued his outstanding return from Tommy John surgery by leading the Astros 6 zero shutout of the guardians Verlander allowed only a pair of singles over 6 innings to win his 7th consecutive start He's 15 and three with a 1.73 ERA leading the majors in both victories and earn run average Chasm McCormick and Martin Maldonado each home were going to have three RBIs helping Verlander get his 241st career win Cleveland rookie Steven Quan extended his hitting streak to 18 games But the guardians had just two other hits I'm Dave ferry
Astros start fast, batter Ray for 3-game sweep of Mariners
"Other momentum the Mariners generated from a 14 game winning streak has died in their three game sweep by the Astros The last being an 8 5 victory by Houston The M's were down by two in the blink of an eye as Jose Altuve and Jeremy Pena hit consecutive homers off Robbie ray to start the game Martin Maldonado had three RBIs for the 9th spot in the lineup helping the Astros earn their 5th straight win From bravo Valdez improved to 9 and four and had a shutout until he was chased during a three run 7th Ray was tagged for 6 runs and ten hits in three innings I'm Dave
Astros end Mariners' winning streak at 14; J-Rod scratched
"The Mariners 14 game winning streak is over following a 5 two loss to the AL west leading Astros Houston Homer three times and ending the second longest winning streak in Seattle team history Topped only by a 15 game run in 2001 Jose Altuve led off the game with a Homer off starter and loser Marco Gonzalez That was followed by a blast by Jordan Alvarez in the fourth inning and Martin Maldonado solo shot in the 5th when he pitcher Jose or Katie went 6 innings allowing one run and four hits He blanked the ems until ty France homeward in the 6th Gonzalez was tagged for 5 runs over 5 and two thirds I'm Dave
Verlander gets MLB-leading 12th win as Astros beat A's 5-0
"Justin Verlander became the first pitcher to hit the 12 win mark as the Houston Astros beat the Oakland athletics 5 to nothing For lander allowed 6 hits over 6 shutout innings with ten strikeouts and he did not issue a walk The time office helped and then just kind of always searching mechanically trying to find new things and or kind of like hone in on what I want to feel and you know I think today was kind of a culmination of a couple of those things Martin Maldonado went one for three for the Astros but that one hit was a second inning Grand Slam Collected two hits and he scored a run Atmosphere
Urquidy, backed by Bregman, Maldonado, leads Astros over A's
"Hose kitty worked a career high 8 innings of the Astros tenth win in 11 games 8 three versus the athletics or Katie earned his third consecutive win toss in four hit ball and allowing three runs He's pitched to a two ERA over his last 27 frames Every ASTRO starter collected at least one hit led by three from yuli guriel Martin Maldonado slammed the three run Homer and Alex Bregman hit a two run blast a starter Paul Blackburn retired the first ten before led mister Diaz in Jordan Alvarez hit consecutive one out doubles in the fourth I'm Dave
Maldonado hits 2 of 5 Houston homers in 9-1 win over Angels
"Martin Maldonado club to two home runs as the Houston Astros won their 5th straight game beating the Los Angeles angels 9 to one Maldonado's power surge was part of a 5 Homer day for the Astros with Jose Altuve Kyle Tucker and chaz McCormick also going deep Altuve says he's happy for Maldonado He's doing tremendous job behind the play Calling good pieces in you know making these guys win a lot of games He obviously wants to swing the bag too and a day like today you know it's good for him Jose Archie earned his 7th win of the season for the Astros Adam spole in Houston
9 pitches, 3 Ks _ Astros twice immaculate against Rangers
"The Houston Astros rounded the Texas Rangers 9 to two to take the rubber game of their three game series ASTRO set the tone early scored 6 runs in the first off Tyson Miller highlighted by two run doubles by Jordan Alvarez and Martin Maldonado Maldonado also homered had three RBIs in the game Luis Garcia pitched 6 innings allowed one earned run fan 9 to get the win two ASTRO pictures posted in a macula dening in the game 9 pitches three strikeouts first time that's been accomplished Bob Stephens Arlington
Alvarez hits 2 long homers to lead Astros past A's 5-1
"From brava Valdez tossed a two hitter with 6 strikeouts for a second career complete game as the Astros beat the a's 5 to one This is ASTRO's manager dusty baker You know he wanted it And you know we didn't think that his health was in jeopardy And so that's why we you know we're sending back out there saved our bullpen and then we can go for a bullpen tomorrow the next day and then we got an afternoon Valdez had a no hitter through 5 innings and gave up a beat off double to Kevin Smith in the 6th Jordan Alvarez hit a pair of home runs and Jose Altuve added a two run Homer Martin Maldonado with an RBI single Paul Blackburn dropped to 5 and one as he allowed four runs on 5 hits in 6 and two thirds innings Ryan lyong
"maldonado" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Sunday journalist Lourdes Maldonado was killed in Tijuana Mexico She was found shot to death inside a parked car It was a shocking crime that sparked protests around the country but unfortunately not a surprise because Maldonado was the third journalist to be murdered in Mexico just this month And she had also publicly expressed concern for her own safety At a press conference back in 2019 Maldonado asked the country's president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador for help saying she feared for her life I use that It was this The president promised to help at that press conference and this week he called for an investigation into Maldonado's death But the reality is that most murder cases involve in journalists in Mexico never make it to trial That's according to the committee to protect journalists or CPJ and the CPJ reports that last year 9 journalists were murdered in Mexico the most for any country in 2021 We have called Paola SAO seido to hear more about the conditions journalists are facing because she works for article 19 That's an organization dedicated to promoting and defending freedom of the press in Mexico and Central America and she's with us now from Mexico City Paola SAO said thank you so much for joining us Thank you for inviting me And of course our condolences on the loss of your colleague and an all journalists who've lost their lives doing their work Thank you Where do the threats against journalists come from Is it related to their reporting on drug cartels Is there a pattern that you can see as it related to reporting on government officials for example do you have a sense of where these threats are coming from Well the majority of the death threats and other types of threads like sexual violent threats and other link to directly to corruption and politics coverage More than the 50% of the attacks that article 19 register are we can link with this type of coverage That was a type of coverage that lures was doing like corruption and politics And following this coverage is security or not that we call it in Mexico that has the second most dangerous coverage that journalists do in Mexico And that was the coverage that margarita Martinez another journalist that was killed last week also in Tijuana he was covering things related to security and organized crime So those are the two biggest coverage link to the violence against the press in Mexico If you can kind of describe this for me because what it's like to work in an environment in such a hostile environment I think people in the United States will know if they think about this that we've just come from a period in which the president of the United States regularly maligned the media You know many journalists felt that he encouraged his supporters to disparage and to threaten and be threatening and aggressive toward the media And of course people have experienced doxing right for example having their personal information put in the public sphere you know and so of course people have experienced that But generally being murdered is shocking In a country that is not supposedly at war right And that is supposed to be a democracy And so can you forgive me for could you just kind of paint a picture for me What is it like going to work every day for people who are facing this Multiple things Of course like violence against the present Mexico is caused by multiple things And one of the things is precarity So a lot of journalists needed to have a contract they have to work multiple hours to bring enough income to survive and that also pushes them to look for other different source of income that are in that also brings another problem that is sometimes authorities don't investigate the crimes against journalists because they are saying oh he or she wasn't a journalist They were doing something else That of course increases the vulnerability and risk that the journalists have Another thing is around 40% of the attacks against the president in Mexico is perpetrated by public servants So it's not only the state is not doing anything that they're actually doing something in the reproduction of violence in perpetrating the violence against journalists So of course if journalists in Mexico in Mexico are covering corruption and then there've been attacked by public servants you can understand what there's a lot of impunity and is super complex to tackle them to reduce this problem because there are the state is the highest threat for the person in Mexico The journalist Katherine corcoran who worked in Mexico for The Associated Press wrote a piece recently in The Washington Post and she argued that the murder of journalist isn't just about journalists She made note that journalists generally don't like to make themselves the subject of the story But she argued that this represents a serious threat to democracy and security in the country What do you think about that Are you concerned for the state of democracy as it relates to freedom of speech freedom of the press in Mexico For the free flow of information exactly we are like very worried because in a country that is so corrupt as Mexico is we need the press to know about what is happening To access to other rice So when the country when the state and the authorities are saying that in Mexico there's a democracy it's like a paper democracy It's not a real democracy because we register an attack against the press every 14 hour because they're doing their job So we can not talk about democracy when you're dealing in silencing the people that are helping the society to get information And what would make a difference in your view I think one of the things is we as citizens as well we need to understand the impacts that attacking the press could have and is having in our lives Also the international sphere like other countries in foreign countries like United Nations the inter American human rights commission that they need to call these governments like Mexico and other to stop the violence against the brands to start doing something to stop a stigmatizing the press as well because that of course increases their risk of the press to keep suffering attacks So they need to start investigating the crimes They need to.
‘Tiger King’ Joe Exotic resentenced to 21 years in prison
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"maldonado" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Other hand Rubio says more than a third of the country's biggest districts don't require masks at all And even when there are mask mandates two enduring concerns right now are lunchtime and high school athletics especially when there's spectators So with all of this Audie the real possibility is that as Omar Khan rips through staff will be calling out sick And that's going to close schools unpredictably with these rolling closures rather than superintendents or mayors actually making the call to go remote Joe Parker can school district soon rely on boosters right To be a kind of another tool in the kit here Yeah that's the way to think of it another tool but it's not going to solve the problem And these boosters aren't going to be available at least for a few days anyway because there's an advisory committee to the CDC that's going to meet on Wednesday and it'll be after that most likely that the CDC's recommendation for who should get these boosters will come out I talk with the von Maldonado about this And she says boosters will help but what would be really helpful is an at home COVID test that kids could take every morning Just a simple little swab and just check in and see if the child is infected and then they can go to school feeling safe and everyone else around and can feel safe as well And as you said there's a lot of these tests going to schools but it's not enough right now Maybe there will be soon That's NPR's Joe Parker and Anya cabinets thank you both for this reporting Thank you You're welcome Composer Stephen Lawrence has died Lawrence wrote the music to hundreds of songs for Sesame Street He was the music director for the landmark children's album free to be you and me He also composed songs for the project including the title track and viewers Elizabeth Blair as this appreciation Just a few months ago for his 82nd birthday Stephen Lawrence made a YouTube video with some of his favorite songs.
Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2
"AP sports I'm guessing call block the World Series is headed back to Houston after the Astros rally past the Braves in game five Marwin Gonzalez had a tiebreaking two run bloop single in the fifth to make it seven to five on the way to Houston's nine to five wins Martine Maldonado drove in three runs and Carlos Correa had a pair of RBIs for the Astros who host game six Tuesday Adam duvall had a first inning grand slam at Freddie Freeman added a solo shot for the Braves in the NFL the saints topped the Buccaneers thirty six to twenty seven after losing starting quarterback Jameis Winston to what coach Sean Payton termed a significant injury to his left knee the
Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2
"The Astros are still alive in the World Series Houston overcame a four run first inning deficit to defeat Atlanta nine to five the Braves still lead the series three games to two Adam duvall had a grand slam home run to put the Braves on top early but Houston chipped away finally taking the lead with a three run outburst in the fifth Houston manager dusty Baker said these guys are together they've been through you know many of these battles and so you know they don't know how to quit and they're always looking for them and is there an opening and and fortunately tonight you know we took advantage of some the Braves previously invincible pitching gave up twelve hits to the Astros Carlos Correa and Yuli Gurriel had three each Martine Maldonado drove in three runs on a single walk and sacrifice Gary McPhillips Atlanta
"maldonado" Discussed on Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
"Is the fight song. For penn state here on a fight song friday we head back to the progressive guests line. Pamela maldonado yahoo sportsbook joining us. Here you're pushing the odds pamela. Map peralta aurea. They can always find a really big week. Okay give me your favorite dog. Bet for saturday man or a hold on. Gimme a second. Because i haven't few you know that if you You know what. I'm arkansas state. It's a big dog at plus seventeen the lines actually now seventeen and a half. Gimme arkansas state. Red wolves and. I'm going to just like i'm going to try to control my excitement for this. Because washington. They lost to an se s. team. They lost thirteen to seven as twenty two and a half point favorites. They then lost thirty. One ten to michigan supposedly the huskies. They're second in passing defense. Michigan is a run first team who had fifteen attempts in that game last year. There was supposed to be ten best in passing defense. They played four games. Three against teams ranked seventy six or worse they lost to the one team ranked in the top twenty five and that was stanford. And now. you're going against arkansas state. Who is i in all approachable for passing yards. Seventeen point favorites. Are you kidding me. I mean look arkansas state. They're not going to shy away. They beat kansas state last year. Right i mean exactly as a thirteen point underdogs. They've done this before or watching that game myself as kim state. Really gonna lose to arkansas state. And they did and they got some offense firepower on that on that team. I don't hate that at all. I seventeen half a big number for a washington team. That i think. They spent the whole offseason reading their press clippings because they have played not well out of the gate here out of the pack twelve. Everyone thought they were going to be this great team. I saw publication saying they were going to win the pac twelve. And no no with you tonight. We've got central florida against louisville. I think this is going to be a repeat of ole miss against louisville even though this game is on in louisville not neutral field. How do you feel about central florida's offense.
"maldonado" Discussed on Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
"The public is going to be against your team. I think that the long runs can get the win. i'm not sure they can get the cover louisiana. They're great run game team and texas best defense actually a lot of teams in the big twelve. Their best defense is happens to be against the run but they can't throw you can pass the ball. You can definitely throw in these secondary teams but you cannot run against these things. I think is going to be a good spot for texas to limit the ground game. You're going to have to force the quarterback pass. I'm not sure he has the capability and long. There's a lot of question mark because that's the only thing new coaching staff. Not just the head coach and you coaching staff new quarterback. They didn't even go with the quarterback that we saw play in the bowl game. They're going with the freshmen. Who has zeros who has less less careerstep than that so. I'm not sure. I think they can get to win. I'm not going. I would not trust sexiest to get the covers. And that's my team. But i don't bet on her against them. I'm gonna sit back. i'm going to enjoy. I think they can get the win. Lots game pebble alabama in miami. There's already been some discrepancy here between me. And guess i am laying the eighteen and a half on alabama. I don't think that i think people are talking a lot. About bryce sung in the offense for bama. But they're forgetting about the defense and i think alabama's defense is gonna wreck miami. I don't think miami scores more than seventeen points. i think it's a forty seventeen type of win for alabama. I laid the eighteen and a half points. How are you in alabama miami. If that's i'm going to be betty myself. But i fully agree with alabama. You have to look at strength versus weakness and one of the weaknesses. That miami had last year was on that offensive line which is exactly why they got wrecked against north carolina. Which is why. I took north carolina on the money line last season. This is the same case scenario. They have the alabama. They have a great pass rush. They're gonna continue on. Maybe they have some new parts on the offense but their defense is what's returning. And maybe i don't think we're going to see the same defense that we saw last year where they struggled nextwave and he's going to have his team and check. I don't think the eric kane is going to be able to produce much. And they have the number one recruiting team in all publishable so it is while when everybody else is well. you have some new parts for alabama. It doesn't really matter. This is the number one team that you can't pay. A new part is not necessarily a bad thing because they just reload at every position. Yeah the they're going to be really tough and they'd historically speaking just go by trends. Alabama tends to destroy their first team that they face and they recruit in miami occurred in south florida. So there's recruiting implications of this game as well in a neutral site in atlanta pamela. Thank you for the time. Enjoy new york travel safe back to texas. We'll talk next week. All right thanks good. That is pamela maldonado each and every single friday here caulking college football with us at pamela m. thirty five to follow her on twitter yahoo sports yahoo sports book on the progressive guest line joining us each and every friday fight song friday. You can text the fight. Song seven zero two seven. Five one matt is the text line. Her favourite plays clemson minus three penn state plus five and a half. I am on those plays as well island bama. She's not on. Bama she didn't play it is eighteen and a half but she also agrees vortex only played it but she says she likes the over tonight for vortex and unc. I'm on vitek. Plus six and a half much more to come here on a fight song friday..
"maldonado" Discussed on Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
"We'll get the pamela story in new york here in just one second but oscar de la hoya is positive for covert nineteen and in the hospital. He is out for his fight on september. The eleventh up against vitor belfort. That fight was going to happen. In california oscar positive for co vid in the hospital. he was vaccinated but he's in the hospital. So that's not great news but vendor holyfield might step in to fight belfort. if california won't approve holyfield his age to box they will then move the fight to a different location for vendor holyfield to fight veto belfort in boxing boy. That's what process that for a second but oh my goodness gracious. Let's go to the progressive guest line. Pamela maldonado yahoo. Sports yahoo sports sportsbook joining us here on pushing the odds. Pamela map parole. Tell aria doing fantastic. That isn't breaking news. I had no idea that also la was even going to fight much less now no longer going to fight. So that's unfortunate. I hope he's okay absolutely. Well i how are you in. Tell us about your experience at the. Us open back in texas. Or you're still in new york answer illinois in new york. I'm in soho right now. Actually about to have some lunch. But i mean the us open was absolutely fantastic. I have such an appreciation and love for the game of tennis but to see these players in person and to see their footwork live watching jovovich directly behind him. It was like watching an living art piece. But then you went. I'm trying to forget the bad. And you're trained to remind me of it. Yes we did unfortunately go through the hurricane ida which like wrecked havoc onto the city on wednesday night. We're stranded couldn't find a place where out in the middle of nowhere underneath a bridge seeking cover for hours on end. It took us about four hours to get from the. Us open grounds the hotel room. Fortunately we made it safe and then the next day bright and beautiful sunny skies so good news. I was up at midnight. Following your tweets. From going you. Get an uber ride looking like. I don't know what new york will look like when you're filming yourself. Getting yeah. apocalypse is a good way of describing it. Cars everywhere flooding everywhere. I mean it was. I'm glad i'm glad you're safe because it looked really scary. And you're wearing a poncho which i found to be really funny. I was like she's wearing a punch. Her is actually. It was actually a trash bag. I couldn't have. We couldn't find pancho's they were all sold out especially a trash bag. Kept you dry in the middle of hurricane. Ida's because it was windy and cold. Oh my goodness gracious where. We're glad you're okay all right so we got football here. You and i were both on the side of the gophers last night and we both on. We're on opposite sides. We both cashed with central florida in boise last night. So that's fun. I was on four and a half laying. It you took six game fell five so good starts to the college football year for the two of us okay. So then let's go to tonight. How do you feel about north carolina on the road at virginia tech. You know. I love north carolina. Sam hell he is going to be an absolute stud in the nfl. And we saw last year when he lost his wide receivers in the bowl game that he it didn't really matter he was able you put you. You have put a ball in his hands. He's going to find an open receiver to throw a to however this is a new team. The wide receivers are gone. I need to see what the team able to do. And more most importantly north carolina. They had an awful defense last season. I need improvements before. I can say that they're going to start winning games right out of the gate energy attack there no jokes. They have a fantastic offense do. So that's gonna be run. I would say look into the over rather than looking at. Who's going to be winning this game. I took six and a half. It's down to five and a half. But i'm with you. I love north carolina. I think the over. I'm going to be getting a lot of overs involving carolina. But just not here on a friday night at lane stadium with that whole crowd. And everything else that's going to go into. And carolina has had a really rough run would starting on the road in losing their first game on the road. It's been sort of seven year. Run now for them to lose their first road game. So i like plus six and a half tonight okay. So penn state in wisconsin is again tomorrow that i love to get your take on. Because here's penn state with a new offense. Everyone seems to be on wisconsin. But i am really close to betting penn state here. I can get five and a half right now. How do you feel about penn state on the road is actually my best bet. I'm not only taking the plus points. I'm taking the money line. If you look at wisconsin. They're supposed to be a run first team but they're not really good at it. They couldn't really get much good. Let's go in on the ground last. Even if you look at the teams they faced all the teams that they were able to defeat her ranked bottom twenty in rushing defense the do teams that they face that actually had a remote showing of defense they lost to the. Now you wanna guinea penn state. Who is that was actually heal. Their best drinks is the defense on passing and onto the run game. I don't think wisconsin it's going gonna be able to get the ball moving tonight and ten days has been key parts moving on that offense. I think they're going to be a much improved team this year. We're going to see them. Go back to double digit winning ways. I like penn state as the underdogs five and a half i. I'm chuck numbers going up. I thought that might come down. It's going up which is really love. It is over hyped. it is over overripe. i'm with ya in. it's early. Start game as well. And it's a big ten game on fox and saturday morning. Yeah penn state plus five and a half penn state plus six. I love the points. There with penn state all right so clemson and georgia is obviously a huge marquee game. But i i went into it. Thinking georgia georgia georgia in the more that i spend time breaking this game down in looking at dj ukulele in looking at the receivers for clemson and looking at the defense in. How i think they're gonna fix what happened in the playoffs. I've flipped pamela. I'm on clemson. It's three in this game. Where are georgia. I also have taken clemson minus three. And i think this is going to be a pretty comfortable in. If you look at georgia. Last year. they looked pretty good all in the final four games right except they didn't play anybody. They played three straight losing teams. Who none of them posted a winning record. Throughout the season they finally get to face cincinnati bearcats. And then what happens. Is they face a good pass rush for the first time. All season and jt daniels the quarterback for georgia. He does not have a good game. He has a couple of fumbles. He there's an interception only one touchdown pass. He didn't do paid perform well at all. When i facing clemson who had the fifth best pass rush. Last season returned to their entire defensive. Line there to best pass rushers the three best practices. They're all back now. This cousin these this comes to pass rush they're not. I don't think they're going to be best. I think they're going to be the number one. Best pass rush in the country this year. Jt daniels is gonna struggle tonight. Clinton gets the win minus three comfortable interesting. Okay i know you don't bet. Pamela you're texas. Longhorns but i just want your breakdown here okay i want you to tell me how louisiana in texas is going to go because there are a couple of games that i feel like the public is driving the boss on and this is one of them. I feel like everybody's on the wheezy anna. Everyone thinks because they beat penn state last year that they're just gonna walk in and beat up on on sark's team in game number one. How do you feel about your texas. Longhorns ticket on louisiana in a game over.
"maldonado" Discussed on Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
"It is the fight song for texas for our next guests former vegas native but currently in las vegas. She is pamela maldonado. Yahoo sports book joining us here on the progressive guests. Line pamela map. Peralta aria fantastic. How are you great. How's the trip going so far. It's hot hot. it is hot and it is busy. You know this heat though you lived here. This is nothing now. I know it is it is but i am. I've been a homebody as of late because of all the studying. So you kind of forget how hot it is and it rains a lot in austin. So was that your first trip to circa it was it was it was a really nice sportsbook It wasn't here when i was living here. Live here a couple years ago and it was in the process of being built so they only had a little section part off the entire sportsbook. Those nice to see the book. And i'm interested to see that giant pool in that. Tv screen. I don't know if i'll make it out there but That looks nice. to swim. Really is is a cool addition in a in a neat little feature would come to vegas and this is the time of the year to be at the pool because we're getting into the fall and for those that don't know the fall is our pool time. No one likes to be outside in one hundred and fifteen degrees but nineties s okay. Now we're now. We're okay we're dealing but he pamela is the story tomorrow. There are a bunch of games happening during the day where it's not going to be cool. How much does weather factor into your handicapping when it comes to college football as of right now not really heating stuff. That's fine but definitely we started going into november december. October especially in the nfl. That definitely matters. Who's going to be paying attention to plane in wisconsin and playing in green bay but college football. I'm looking mostly for rain and wind. And i don't really care so much about the heat..
"maldonado" Discussed on Golf Gambling Podcast
"I was greedy. I with top five on rob at two oil. Yeah usually the riskier better than i am. Usually but pamela. I agree with you. The top ten. I mean like. I mean since the cj cup last year he's playing seventeen terms finish top ten and twelve of them only outside the top ten and five of them and one of those. Was that memorial one where he was lean by six heading into the final round. So you ask some that too. I agree with you anytime you can give me. Plus money on rom or a guy as well as he is on. A golf course played well at twenty nine. He plays well at these similar types of golf course delivery national. I'm taking that all day. A couple of other toxins. I kind of like we'll j. burgers a really popular outright this week. I don't know if i want to go that far with him. But he's getting three to one for top ten. I'm gonna start there and then maybe see like you know if i can catch them outright. If i'm feeling like you know maybe showing will like winning form. But i think plus three hundred fifteen over top ten you know the irons are really good. Plus while i'm i'm bankrupt services Come there I mean that got matsuyama earlier. I really like him a lot. You can get plus three fifty for a ton and paul casey to like a. He's he's playing really good golf. I mean he's got a bunch of top ten coming into this term. I think todd sends it three four. Iron play is on point. If this is gonna be a week of just you know you gotta have your really ball. Striking gabby really consistent tita green. I mean i'll take a guy like casey all day. Plus.
"maldonado" Discussed on Golf Gambling Podcast
"Well done every week very well that would that would be a. I live for that moment on the podcast. It's all right. Well so going into first round leaders based on what we just talked about. I'm assuming you don't do first round leader bets. Safest option wines while i will actually inhabited once it was Was it. I believe it must have been a hearing which was but it was. I took a dirty the house like he. Just he's on fire right now in. The first round doesn't win the first on the second round and it ended those days. And i was like well debts for forever. Now no man. I know you love your analytics and stuff like that and you might not be full degenerate but listen. There is nothing better than thursday sweat. Like what else are you doing on thursday. Not that you're just watching. The stupid leaderboard watches some guy who knows not gonna win term minus eight and you got a ninety two one ticket on them like i love. I love my first round leaders. I love the sweat. I do have. That's all that's always the heartbreak at about six o'clock every thursday. When that happens we have a slack shall very hardcore core fans and when that happens. It's usually kind of a sad scene in there. But i mean you gotta do it. Every week i mean you you hit a couple of them here and you pay off all your kind of like your free rolling so the weekend based on how much you bet boston kabir. It's fair all right so so pamela. Do you have any first round leaders for the northern trust. You want to give out. Your designated leaders is three all right. Let's go little date you said head of my bengal this week. I'm gonna do corp. Smith plus five thousand between golly at night at plus nine thousand and coke crash plus.
"maldonado" Discussed on Golf Gambling Podcast
"How if like a group of five players more than likely brings a lifetime in their head to head matchup. Unless it's like here like dozen dogs and will elsa like brezler. While i'm not gonna take destiny advice head-to-head the typically further down. The board is where you can find some of those values the players like just and bracelets jambo dusted those players. Their books is just like our is just looking for fall. You're gonna pay attention to the chiefs. They're going to pay attention to the cowboys for. Maybe look over here at the jags. Were nobody's really. I knew the mets pump print is golf has had up if you pay attention to some of these other players. That maybe aren't expected to do very well. There's value. Yeah absolutely. And i use that. I use that all the time like books paying attention to the georgia southern matchup on college football on saturday so we can definitely get some sleep. Because how much is the big handle on a golf tournament right. I mean how many hardcore degenerates are really out the grinding matchups. They don't give a shit. They'll the hanging one twenty whatever who cares again a thousand dollars on this ten dollars whatever. Whatever it's going to be so so you definitely rely heavily on statistics. But when you watch it watch i'll man like he this. That's backing up. He doesn't have it this week do you. Do you have a pivot off of it like that when you can see. Somebody clearly doesn't have it now. Not at all i don't lake live game live at all. Pga elected four days. We run its course. I don't like to individual around with head to head matchups. I think those are really hard to gauge. I can he can do round one because how you expect..
"maldonado" Discussed on Golf Gambling Podcast
"You know come off the live. Bet on kevin kisner coming off your Tau show on sunday so there you go and listen i mean it's it's an awesome field. It's an okay golf course. I mean you know one man's opinion so but it's going to be entertaining like this is a golf course is going to be a lot of car crashes. I think there's some drama on sunday. I think we're going to get a stack leaderboard. It'll be fun so it's gonna be fun to bet on and down and yeah while we want to get right to it. Yeah we'll get right to it but hey listen we gotta let you guys know. We actually have a special guest pimm amal motto From yahoo sports She's going to be.
"maldonado" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
"Get yourself to a big writers conference in if you can't do that then maybe a smaller one that's closer to your area. Whatever you could manage to do but going to writers conferences is so critical to to networking to learn the craft and to sort of forwarding your career and that is actually. That's how found by publisher. That's how i found. My agent was at writers conferences. Yup both times. They make up pitches. And i got myself the most amazing agent and i would never have gotten her if i hadn't gone to this If i hadn't gone to the international thriller writers conference in manhattan in new york. That cost a lot of money to fly. Then stay manhattan. Everything that's not achieve city but it was obviously paid back in spades. Because i got the most incredible agent and then you know my career took off after that but i had to be willing to believe myself to invest in myself. Yeah that's good advice and it's it's good to see they're coming back now after the the year the pandemic. So that's kind of exciting. Yeah yeah they. They did. The virtual picciotto four. But i think it's. It's so much better to be able to do it in person. But they you know i i will be back myself. Next year at international thriller writers. I will absolutely be back. And so i'll i'll be there. I love doing the conferences. That's definitely one of my on my less so We'll try to get to get to that one as well because as everyone just raised by graded is great. Now turn all right. It's available so nice taxi working to readers. What's your website so the listeners defined you yes. My website is www dot isabella. Maldonado dot com. That makes it easier when you when you get on there. You can see right up front. There's all this stuff about the cipher and then there's stuff about me and it talks about My law enforcement career actually had mentioned tonight. I'd admission this earlier that One of the things that i thought helped me with writing the cipher. Since guerrero is an fbi agent is that i did go to the fbi national academy in quantico and spent spent about three months there on campus. I did the obstacle course..
"maldonado" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
"Decided that you know it when i had a child later in life because i was like too busy to have a kid to so since i had a chat later in life i took an early retirement and decided that that's what i was going to focus on and it was banned that i decided that okay now i can right and so i spent five years just doing a deep dive on research in the art and craft of writing i literally read probably more than one hundred books attended conferences. Joined writers organizations listened to speakers and read a ton of books in the genre which was mystery thriller that i wanted to write a police procedural in particular and So i just really. And then i wrote several short stories that did get published disorder. Figure out how to put all that learning into place before i wrote my first novel so that is that is kind of the way it work but it took like five years of really hard work because police writing is just about the of creative writing at least you hope it is and i think it's so great with your background the too because you know for riders who don't have the the law enforcement background is that hard like for you to because you have to entertain but then you all you know what it's like a balance that you do like you you have to be detaining but the you want to make it real estate that is absolutely if you hit the nail on the head and that is a challenge and The the problem is that of course in reality. Law enforcement is nowhere near as exciting as it seems. Mtv's movies and books. Let's just face it you know. That's true of a lot of a lot of careers you read a medical thriller and you know the the daily grind of being a doctor is not as exciting as the medical or the legal thriller. You know that your average attorney probably just sits there and reads pours through briefs and notes and you know so..
"maldonado" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
"You're listening to meet the author. The podcast right interview writers of mysteries thrillers and suspense books. I'm host alan peterson. And this is episode number. One hundred and sixty one in this episode of the podcast. We'll be meeting vera model. Who is a crimefighter. Turn to crime writer. She's one of my favorite authors who writes gripping seal killer thrillers. Which if you have been listening to this podcast for awhile. You'll know is one of my favorite kremplers genres. My current project is a killer thriller. Set in my home country of costa rica. So excited to chat with these now. Who's main protagonist is an american latina. Fbi agent guerrero. Who's tracking down serial. Killers i was very excited to talk to about her great thrillers and a whole bunch more soon for that The second book in that series a different dawn is out today. August tenth so go check that out. I really enjoyed it. I enjoy it as.
Mindful Leadership: What Makes A Mindful Leader With Michelle Maldonado
"What makes them mindful leader. What what was what was it. You're doing so. I didn't go into as much detail with him as i will here because i think that there are there are qualities and we have lots of beautiful people. Like yourself in genesis. Toronto and i mean there's just so many people who speak on this and and do beautiful justice to it when i think about it. You know the first thing. I explained to him as you know how we show up matters and how we respond and treat other people matter and it can't just be focusing on the human doing part because we cannot even though we think we try to tell ourselves we can multitask. We can compartmentalize. We bring all of ourselves to whatever we are doing and that all of ourselves means are traumas are bias sees our our life experiences are joys are passionately. Bring all of it with us and we. We spend a lot of energy trying to manage containing parts of ourselves in these spaces. But i would always give permission for my team to be whoever they were and to feel that it was. They were safe if they made a mistake right. So there's a lot of conversations around psychological safety an Really holding people accountable but not in judgmental ways in conversations. A lotta people say hey you know. How do you have difficult conversations. And the first thing. I say i don't label it. As difficult conversations for sation because words matter and it starts to create a mindset as you enter into the dialogue and so as a mindful leader. You your best supporting yourself and others when you bring those elements into it and then you're also really aware and the way i think about awareness. I call like a mindful awareness. May think about it in context because everything happens in context whether you're sitting on the pillow or you're at a table at the office or on zoom room like we are today. Everything is happening in context in. So i describe it like three concentric circles with ourselves being right in the center the next one being others the third being the surrounding and all of that creating our ecosystems so that wearing awareness that we have has to travel through all those
Joe Exotic to Be Re-Sentenced for Carole Baskin Murder Plot
"Known as Joe Exotic. A B C S. Alex Stone tells the tale Joe Exotic real name Joseph Maldonado Passage gained worldwide fame last year as a result of the Netflix documentary about life at his roadside zoo and his feud with animal rights activist Carol Baskin. It was all part of Carol Baskins plan, a jury found he tried to have Baskin killed twice and murder for hire plot. She got 22 years in prison. His conviction won't change. But now the 10th U. S Circuit Court of Appeals says he has to be re sentenced because the trial judge made a mistake by sentencing him for each murder. For higher conviction individually instead of grouping them together into one sentence. Alex Stone, ABC Air This is
"maldonado" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"For seven stealing bases on the season. And only Paredes is now getting up in the bullpen for the Astros. Guerrero has popped up and had an infield hit and came around to score on the R B I single by Lord Scorpio Jr his last time up. Swaying in the mass gotta slow breaking ball there at 77 Miles an hour and its own one on Guerrero, lower end that breaking ball. Get up to 81 MPH as low as 76 or so maybe ticker to lower than that, but he definitely subtracted some Velo there. Maldonado slides way to the outside corner and the pitch is up and away and he was intending to throw down to first all the time, and he did a bit of Hachette. Dives back in head first, and I think Maldonado almost gave away that was going to be, uh, quasi pitch out on that pitch single. He was definitely set up. On the outside corner of the plate with his body turned in such a way that you know he's kind of cheating. To get into throwing position to throw behind him. Here's the 112 Guerrero fastball up and in All to another difference in Guerrero this year is much more selective. His chase percentages way down swing percentage way down much more comfortable hitting deep in the count. Then he seemed to be his first couple of years in the big leagues. And he has walked 33. Times struck out 34 this year. Now he lays off the breaking ball, and that's a good example. Singing that pitch right there. That's a chase last year. That's a take this year for Guerrera. And that's a pitch that is father. One hops the wall like, Yeah, that's the truth had enough. His father should be proud of them are disappointed..
"maldonado" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Maldonado says they shouldn't be concerned about interacting with other vaccines. It should not be a barrier Children need to get their regular vaccines as well as the covert vaccine and those Children 12 and older now eligible for covert. CBS says Select stores across the state will begin vaccinating kids from 12. 15 starting today. They must have parental or guardian consent, and an adult must be present. Will all top news Radio 16 w. Meanwhile, the Department of Health has confirmed 51 more deaths attributed to Corona virus across the state and almost 16,000 new cases. Overall. Florida, though, has recorded over 36,000 covert deaths over two million cases of coronavirus. And over seven million people are now completely vaccinated. And they're hoping in Miami Dade to help the homeless protect themselves against Cove ID. The Florida Division of Emergency Management and the Miami Dade Trust, teaming up with the mobile unit to her, providing people living on the streets with easy access to the cove in 19 shot the unit's a combination of Busses and vans going into community hot spots, giving those in need the one time Johnson and Johnson vaccine tour stops include Lotus House, Camilla's House, Miami rescue mission and other areas where the homeless are known to gather. Wendi Grossman, NewsRadio 16 w Y. O D. It is now. 7 32. Florida's senators are among dozens of lawmakers urging President Biden to stand with Israel. Marco Rubio and Rick Scott are among 44 Republican senators and Congress members calling on Biden to cease negotiations with Iran. They say Iran is backing the terrorists attacking Israel and a letter to Biden. They say it's troubling that members of the Biden administration are negotiating with the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism. You're the White House says they're sending a top state department on Boyd to the Middle East. Dozens of Palestinians and at least seven Israelis have been killed this week in an exchange of rocket fire and air strikes. One U. N official warns a full scale war Is imminent. And once the third ranking Republican in the House congresswoman Liz Cheney's reflecting on what caused her that position and where the party is headed in the future, she says In an interview with NBC's Today show, the Wyoming Republican says she was stripped of her house leadership post. Challenging our former president's assertion that the election was stolen. For reasons that I don't understand. Leaders in my party have decided to embrace the former president who launched that attack, and I think you've watched over the course of the last several months, the former president get more aggressive, more vocal Pushing the line. She said that she is not afraid of being challenged in a primary by Trump supporters. Biden is said to me today with more Republicans over his massive infrastructure improvement plan. NBC's crisp alone is more that I want to get a bipartisan deal on a smudge as we get a bipartisan deal line. But the two sides still appear to be far apart in both the scope of a potential bill and how it will be paid for it will be discussing that with six senators who serve on committees with jurisdiction over infrastructure. This. A day after a meeting with other leading Republican lawmakers made very little headway and finding a compromise 7 34 and quickie stays at some Miami Dade hotels may soon be a thing of the past. City of Miami commissioners could take the first step today to ban hotels and motels from offering hourly rates. It's a move already taken in Hialeah City Council president has his tune to Door tells NBC six of the 13 hotels in the city that offer hourly rates. They've had a task force watching four of them. We've seen not just shootings, but we've seen prostitution. We've seen drugs. We've seen a whole mess of issues. Late last month, there was a deadly shooting at the Palacio in Motel. One of the hotels. Highly officials have been surveilling the manager there denies. Offering hourly rates. Erick Rodriguez news radio 6 10 w Y O D. We'll.
Create Labs "Creator" Abran Maldanado
"One of the special guests is braun maldonado and he is the co founder for create labs. He is coming on as quote the creator with his quote. The creation clara and that's melt a. I r. a. And that stands for create labs a is rendered assistant yes it is a virtual artificial intelligence robot if you will and it is incredible. It is powered by gibt. And if you don't that is boy you can learn a lot about tonight. But you're going to get the opportunity to ask this article this artificial intelligence actual questions and get to hear clara's response so in this particular podcast episode. We are speaking with abroad. And he explains how he got involved in this all the incredible work he is doing in this area and we talk a little bit about the voice tonight as a little bit of a preview in a little bit of a teaser so let's get into it without any further ado. This is a recording of the voiceless. Our show that was done about a week ago. So you may hear us referring to the voice in a week again. That is today. April twenty first But let's get right into it. Enjoy this podcast episode. Hey there ron how you doing. What's going on how you doing terry. How's everything great great. Great great to have you here. Thanks so much for taking the time to do this. Thank you for having me. It's a lot of fun to talk to you about all this stuff. I love it. That's right that's right. We're gonna have some fun next week when we get you on the show live. We've got people. Ask questions and asking cleric. We're gonna get all that here over the next little bit here but before we get into that. Let me ask you just introduce yourself a little bit to the to the audience and listeners to the viewers and by the way then you've got any questions now live you can put them in the chat and i'm able to to bring those into chat here as well but bryan watt yourself sure ronald natto co founder of Labs ventures associate director for the new york city media lab. I got into this work. Because i am a person of color. Who found himself in the tech space. And i didn't see enough of myself in their nor my counterparts in my peers. Family and i just wanted to make sure that in the underserved community that there was a pipeline in access point in someone on the inside To get them opportunities in second brought me here to the
Health Experts Fear COVID-19 Surge as States Lift Restrictions
"To growing evidence. The uk very could also be deadlier still twenty states moving to lift restrictions in the last two weeks oklahoma to drop its remaining mask requirement texas after lifting. Its statewide mask. Mandate suing the city of for keeping the mask rule in place but health officials urging restraint but despite caution from health officials the cdc's guidelines for fully vaccinated. Americans are allowing for some big first steps. Abc's andrew denver has more americans eager to restart their lives inch closer to normalcy. The cdc issuing new guidelines for people who are fully vaccinated suggesting americans who have received the full dose if covid nineteen vaccines can get together indoors in small groups with family and friends without masks or social distancing. They say if grandparents are fully vaccinated they can visit an even hug family members who aren't vaccinated as long as no one is high risk. The cdc is still advising against travel. Abc sherry preston breaks down the guidelines with one health expert. Cdc says fully vaccinated people can visit with other fully vaccinated people and healthy unvaccinated people as well however doctors are still warning against unnecessary travel for now infectious disease expert dr yvonne maldonado with more on why we are still concerned about variants that may be occurring around the world and we don't want to bring those home we already have enough here and we want to keep the transmission down as low as possible when you're out in public the guidelines still hold. Keep the masks on and socially distance again to keep transmission as low lowest possible sherry preston. Abc news abc's. George
"maldonado" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast
"Guys. Welcome to another session of the heap wounds. Podcast it's actually a really nice day here in central florida and my my guest is. It's early for him <hes>. And and and we were just laughing and talking about that a little bit in and actually it's really funny. I've known jerome for a long time. Right i remember. We met thrive for the first time. We were sitting across the aisle from each other in the vip section. And we just. I just have followed him ever since and and i'll be honest with you. I don't follow a lot of people on social media right and <hes>. I just i just love. He's a man of integrity. he's a father he's a husband. He's a man of god he what's really good about who he is is the epitome of people that i want to have in my life and and i would say <hes>. One of the things. I i like to do on my podcast. Is i like to encourage our guests and learn from them but encourage them to and we were just praying beforehand. And i believe that. I believe and i just wanna speak this over my brother be as we get started that i believe that the even though he's had massive success and everything that he does but i believe that god is going to use him to build the kingdom in a greater way in the in the years to come in and that he's going to you know he he's a he's a father. I watched how he interacts with his children. He's a great dad <hes>. You know and and and the bible very clear about that it says when you raise your children in the ways of god when they they won't forget what department you and i know drome can say this too. We both married up. We have amazing spouses. That encourage us in in in in jerome has met leeson. You knows at lisa. Lisa is kind of <hes>. You know in in the book of proverbs it talks about a virtuous godly woman. And i always say that. If if i whatever ever turn to proverbs thirty one. I see my wife's picture there. And i see my wife's picture there because she challenges me. She encourages me. She pushes me to be better. And so when. When i when i look at the people that i want to have on my podcast jerome. No is that person. He's you know. I it's really funny. He started in the direct sales industry back in the day. I read that about him. You know he and let me tell you something you learn a lot by being in that industry you you learn to not want things for people they don't want for themselves. You learn leadership skills. There's just a lot of things that you learn and so <hes>. i dislike it that. He's he's an entrepreneur like he has multiple streams of income. Like i if if i used my dad's term for jerome. My dad would say jerome. Has his roofers card right like back in the eighties when you when you did all of these different things. My en- drum does trump doesn't even know this but my dad was a major construction forman for a large construction company whiting turner one of the largest construction companies in the world. And my dad was just a workaholic. He that's all he did like he would. He would leave it like five in the morning and he would come home at like nine o'clock at night and that's all he did and i think probably out of all the things that my dad is instilled in me. Drome is is that and i see that in you like he and when you think about real estate like he's he's he's a contractor. He's he's a he's likes to build he. He likes to invest he. It was really funny. I was he. He doesn't know this. So he's gonna figure this out now but i. I've been watching some of his videos because <hes>. And those of you know our story we had somebody still about a half a million dollars from us in two thousand eighteen in two thousand nineteen and then at thrive. We won the monumental business. Award thrive in two thousand nineteen. And now things have started to shift back another direction. So we're i want to be able to learn from jerome in have multiple streams of income be involved in real estate. I was watching one of his videos yesterday. About how to invest without having any money and he's just brilliant like he's he it's really funny. He's gonna laugh so my podcast went live. Today was what daniel quack. Which i saw that you were you guys were just together. I think and and and i saw you visited with him. And so it's it's funny. How god works at out. You have to men of god back to back that are that are that are good friends and <hes>. We we we we. We don't believe in coincidence. Jerome and so <hes>. Drown welcome to the he phones. Podcast my friend. I love you. And i appreciate you so much and i'm glad that you're here with me today. Thank you so much really appreciate you having me and yet it's been it's been a few years i it's funny. How fast time flies you know. And i really appreciate everything that you're doing and <hes>. I knew that. I respected with the first time i met you. Guys you guys were just incredible. People just by the <hes>. The hands of how you acted and carried yourself from day one from the time i met you guys so i just feel blessed to be here in very very thankful for you having me as a guest today. And yeah sam. Sam clock was just here in albuquerque and he was grateful enough to come out and help me with some training obstacles that we were having with our with our office team and he spent two days down here with us. So we were in fact will be on the phone daniel here in about two hours from