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New Mexico officials announce arrest in murders of Muslim men
"An arrest is made in the shooting deaths of as many as four Muslim men in Albuquerque New Mexico Albuquerque New Mexico police chief Harold Medina tells reporters We arrested 51 year old Muhammad said and charged him for the murder of two Muslim men in our community That from koat Investigators say sayed who came to the U.S. from Afghanistan some 5 years ago was seen leaving his home and followed by police for some 100 miles before being arrested Test our weapons in the home and his car provided the evidence needed to charge him with two of the killings He is also a suspect in two other killings and this from koat mer Tim Keller thanked the Muslim community They never gave up on our police department And they never gave up on the city where they live And I want to thank you for doing that There is no way we could have put these pieces together without
Jennifer Medina Can't Live With Rep. Mayra Flores' Truthful Responses
"In an interview in her still barren office writes this so called reporter Jennifer Medina the day after her swearing in ceremony miss Flores was asked whether she considered mister Biden the legitimately elected president No notice they never asked Democrats if they considered Trump the legitimately elected president in 2016 Or bush in 2000 Now what about Stacey Abrams She's not pressed about the legitimately elected governor of Georgia Kemp He's the worst president of the United States She said when asked three more times whether mister Biden had been legitimately elected she repeated the same non answer Biden there was fraud There's no question That there was fraud There's been fraud in every presidential election But in many respects this was worse From a constitutional perspective as I said over and over and over again Because article two was violated Republican state legislatures were overruled and election laws were changed by elected supreme courts Other state judges Democrat governors Democrat attorneys general democratic secretaries of state and so forth
NY Times: The Rise of the Far-Right Latina
"And The New York Times does a hit on her Jennifer Medina The title of their story is the rise of the far right Latina We just talked about clarence Thomas Representative Myra floris is one of three Republican latinas vying to transform South Texas politics by shunning moderates and often embracing the extreme So if you're conservative and you embrace conservative principles or you support Donald Trump or supported Donald Trump you're extreme That's it Period For years Texas Republicans tried to win the Hispanic vote using a Bush era brand of compassionate conservatism Nothing to do with conservatism quite frankly The idea was that a moderate touch and a softer rhetoric on immigration were key to making inroads with Hispanic voters Particularly in democratic strongholds along the southern border Such was the Texas of old the Trump age has given rise to a new brand of Texas Republicans One of whom is already walking the halls of Congress The far right Latina What a bigot What a jerk This chair from Medina and her stereotype Right out of the box Right out of the box What's most striking is that miss Flores won by shunning moderates embracing the far right and wearing her support for Donald Trump on her sleeve More Marjorie Taylor Greene than K Billy hutchison She's a conservative ladies and gentleman You don't need to be throwing in other people's names and all the rest of it That's what she is
Mets blow late lead but rally in 10th to beat Dodgers 5-4
"The mets got a run in the tenth to beat the Dodgers 5 to four JD Davis doubled home the winning run to help New York gain a split of the four game series the mets took a two run lead into the 9th inning but Seth Lugo was unable to finish it off Will Smith homered and Eddie Alvarez hit a two out game tying RBI single that sent the game to extras Lugo wound up getting the win Adonis Medina picked up his first save Craig kimbrell took the loss Mark Myers Los Angeles
Mets floor Phillies with 7-run 9th, Marte caps 8-7 win
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"medina" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"So if there's a 5 on the top of the dice, if you turn them over, you'll see a 9. So if you have a hard ten on top, you have a hard four below. Exactly. Except for the only one that doesn't have a companion is the 7. And yeah, that's the bill cow of craps. Yeah. That's okay. And there's a set on the opposite side of the side. It's his own sister. Yeah. All right. Next call. Hey, Mark, and doctor Mike, speak to you from Chattanooga again. Just wanted to do a trip report from Vegas, a trip I took towards the end of January. It was good. It felt like it was back almost like pre COVID times. Awful gambling the first two days of the trip. We stayed at planet Hollywood and good environment everywhere, but it doesn't matter what we did. We just could not win anything. Despite the fact that I went up to an ATM and there was money left in the ATM, I was like 60 bucks. I took it to the cashier's cage. And then also got miss paid on a roulette table. It hit black and had money on red, and she gave me just that. I said, no, no, it's black. She was thankful. She took it back. So I thought I had good karma going my way. But it didn't work out. So then last day of the trip on the Saturday, we went to Fremont Fremont did three month things like it always does. Played a circuit. Love circa, there was football going on. It's a great environment. I finally sat down, played some video poker. I had four cars dealt to me of a royal flush and finally I said, this is it. It's coming back and I rub the rub the screen by accident and accidentally held the 5th card and my buddy was looking over my shoulder screen. No. And thankfully, clicked it off before I hit deal. But it didn't matter. It didn't come through and swore off gambling like everybody does for a solid 5 minutes until I got back in a different table. At ended up winning the roulette there at circa and then we went to Golden Gate, which is probably my favorite casino. I just love everything over there. And I decided to finally try ultimate Texas hold 'em. 5 hands in, I had a straight flush. Brought me back. And then I won 6 hands in a row and then got a full house and couldn't lose..
"medina" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"This week, and we kind of saw this coming was Medina Spirit was finally stripped of his 2021 Kentucky Derby win. He post mortem post mortem. It's a sense. Really, it really is. It's not like everything about this story is bad. Except maybe for mandolin, but the shortly after the race, Medina Spirit tested positive for a banned substance. It was actually a substance that can be given to horses, but not on race day. It's one of those situations where it's okay, but it can't be in the system. When that kind of thing. So trainer Bob Baffert was also suspended 90 days by the Kentucky horse racing commission. He had already been suspended by Churchill downs racetrack. And he's barred from entering horses in this year's and next year's Kentucky Derby. Which is a big blow. That's a big blow, but he was fined $7500 right. And for him, yeah, that's toilet paper for him. I mean, you know, that's zero. It's so ridiculous. It must be some antiquated value, right? From the 1950s or something. It's like, well, this is what you paid. So yeah, it's like when they give the guy that makes 12 million a year playing football. Oh, he got a $10,000 fine. I mean, he's at the casino making $10,000 bats. You just lose this hand automatically. Now, more significant is baffert has to forfeit all the purse money. Yeah. For Medina Spirit. That is more significant. So that's something. And that money is going to go to mandaloun, who is now the official winner of the race. And was forth given third, then? So he got more money too. Now, this won't affect any of the wagering, right? It's too late. You think about it. It's the only way they can do it. Once it's official on the track, moments after the race, then all bets are paid. And that's the end of it..
Medina Spirit stripped of Kentucky Derby victory
"Medina spirit finished half a length ahead of manned the loon at Churchill Downs last may giving trainer Bob Baffert what was then his seventh Kentucky Derby title but after the race Medina spirit or derby horse had been tested positive for twenty one Pico grams of betamethasone steroid is legal in Kentucky but banned on race day Medina spirit collapsed and died in December of a heart attack Bob Baffert plans to appeal the ruling by Kentucky racing stewards he's been banned for two years by Churchill Downs Mandel loon has been declared the winner of the derby I made
Russian figure skater reportedly fails drug test
"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton Russian figure skater Camilo valley eva says she's happy but worn out this after an arduous doping hearing ended with her being allowed to skate at the Beijing Olympics the fifteen year old sensation could still be bad over a failed drug test in December pro basketball Cleveland center Jarrett Allen will make his all star game debut he will replace James harden who has yet to play for Philadelphia since being traded away by Brooklyn because of a hamstring issue in the college game Gonzaga has returned to the top spot in the AP poll hockey the Calgary flames of acquired forward Tyler Toffoli from Montreal for two players and two draft picks horse racing the attorney for Bob Baffert says the hall of fame trainer and the battle of Kentucky Derby winner Medina spirit quote will be fully exonerated he claims the colts failed drug test for a steroid resulted from a prescribed a topical Sam and not an injection Bruce
Derby winner Medina Spirit dies after workout
"The the three three year year old old colt colt collapsed collapsed and and died died after after a a workout workout at at Santa Santa Anita Anita and and California California in in a a statement statement trainer trainer Bob Bob Baffert Baffert said said the the horse horse had had a a heart heart attack attack an an official official cause cause of of death death has has not not been been determined determined Baffert's Baffert's horse horse won won the the derby derby in in may may and and after after the the race race in in the the spirit spirit are are derby derby horse horse had had been been tested tested positive positive for for twenty twenty one one Pico Pico grams grams of of betamethasone betamethasone that that is is a a legal legal medication medication that that is is not not allowed allowed on on race race day day Baffert Baffert was was suspended suspended by by Churchill Churchill Downs Downs and and barred barred from from entering entering horses horses in in the the next next two two derbies derbies and and banned banned from from racing racing in in New New York York the the Kentucky Kentucky horse horse racing racing commission commission has has been been investigating investigating the the case case Medina Medina spirit spirit had had five five wins wins in in ten ten career career starts starts I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue the the three three year year old old colt colt collapsed collapsed and and died died after after a a workout workout at at Santa Santa Anita Anita and and California California in in a a statement statement trainer trainer Bob Bob Baffert Baffert said said the the horse horse had had a a heart heart attack attack an an official official cause cause of of death death has has not not been been determined determined Baffert's Baffert's horse horse won won the the derby derby in in may may and and after after the the race race the the the the spirit spirit or or derby derby horse horse had had been been tested tested positive positive for for twenty twenty
Alejandro Mayorkas Allowed an Illegal Alien Allegedly Commit Fraud and Murder
"So Ted Cruz chews him up and spits him out Now it's Mike Lee's turn You know what a fan I am of Mike Lee Cut three go Like you're in Medina ulua who's a 24 year old Honduran man who has recently apprehended crossing the U.S. Mexico border where he fraudulently claimed to be a 17 year old He then ended up in Jacksonville Florida where a family took him in Days later he stabbed the father of that family to death He was a 24 year old not a 17 year old as he claimed There are people like him crossing and with the assistance with the approval with the facilitation in some cases of your department These things are happening That is inaccurate I am aware of the case that individual is being prosecuted There is an immigration enforcement detainer on that individual Did your department or did it not allow him in A senator I'd like to not comment on the details because not exactly a detail Did you let him in the country or not And the answer is yes everybody knows that he wants to hear it out of your mouth but listen to Majorca If I may senator there is a criminal case against that individual pending Whether or not that individual committed fraud and deceived our personnel is a question that may be relevant to the ongoing criminal prosecution and so it would be inappropriate for me to comment on a pending criminal matter at this
"medina" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast
"Lakers today got a special guest joining us to talk a little Lakers basketball Mark Medina from USA Today. Mark, how are you doing, man? Trevor, I am good. It's crazy how another NBA season's just around the corner, but here we are. It really is. And you know what? It's felt like it's kind of taken forever for a lot of fans out there, but at the same time, it's gone by pretty quick too. It's been another short off season, but as we were talking before we came on here, at least it was long enough for us to get a little bit of a break a little bit of a recharge and now we can fully dive back into basketball. Yeah, and I'm sure that the Lakers are gonna feel that as well. I mean, as you know, when the Lakers won the 2020 NBA championship in the bubble, 71 days later, is when training camp started. And that was a very short turnaround. Guys weren't really able to get rested, weren't able to clear their heads. It's challenging enough that there was still a pandemic going on. And here, while the Lakers obviously were not happy with the fact that they lost in the first round of the Phoenix Suns, they thought that they could defend their MBA championship. There is an unintended silver lining about the fact that, you know, LeBron James Anthony Davis, most in particular, have a chance to rejuvenate their bodies and minds and get after it with their off season regimen. And that's something that those guys and the rest of the Lakers supporting cast didn't really have that opportunity to last season. So a little interesting to see how that factor plays out as well as all the new faces that will represent this team this year. Well, yeah, let's talk about those new faces because when you look at this Lakers off season, maybe a little bit of a surprise. Three players total three players came back from last season. The rest of the roster has been turned over, what did you think about what the Lakers front office did over the summer? You know, it was interesting, Trevor, because when the Lakers after the Lakers lost in the first round, the Phoenix Suns. I think the message from the front office, coaching staff to the players was, hey, this is a one off season. A lot of the season long failures just had to do with the compressed nature of this season. Coming off the bubble injuries and that they would be totally content with running it back. Now, me know in the Lakers, me know and how opportunistic we're uplink is..
"medina" Discussed on The Trash
"There's a stereo field and baliles in the middle. Yes imagine him right there. I'm gonna let bears on the right. We're chopping it up. There's like a tiger somewhere in the room. Spirit of an evil spirit of in eagle. I think that's what helped me get those shots in beer pong before i brutally lost last night. Yeah because i one point i was like spirit of an eagle spirit of a shark helped me and then i landed the shot so you you wanna talk about like how are you doing so obviously you to talk about last night. This the traffic that either did we. We never know. But i mean everyone listening to this. You know this is the trash fuck off but also just for everyone else. I guess this is the trash here. We do trash. Read real rude to people trash. The news was not new for me. Bitch now getting. I'm getting i'm getting. I'm sorry i'm kidding talking to you. Just general answering enhancer. Yeah anyway Back did you wanna did you say how you doing first. And then we can introduce our guest again. How are you doing. How are you doing though. I asked you first though. That's not fair. Well i'm doing okay. I'm happy that my voice is back. Because last night we went to A little shindig at our friends house and we got real stupid with it and actually played beer pong out. I don't think you can call the notion. Shindig sounds like a quiet thing with screening your all screaming and there was not that leibel but all of us were yelling. Like we don't know how to talk to each other and there was beer hennessy. Hennessy and no masks we all just like swap spit. Yeah we knew each other's mouths back and forth all night will host covert baby. Yeah we also just licked rims of glasses. And yeah yeah. This is the improv section of the world accident. And i'm we were. I was halfbacks for a while. It was half facts half black and now in full of axed. So yeah. that's a joke. i'm gonna shopping. no. I'm throwing it out to throw that one out i've been saying i'm fully taxed but totally unaware ext there's some fat from their damn anyway. We got sam medina on the uh. You're so sam you are the can i say ceo. I actually like burnt to myself as totally. Why accident super relax. Who for civil rights. He's the totally totally. Vac super relax. Ceo of hypothetical don't really have titles. Say oh fancy boy overheating. I'm just kidding believe tiles. You know okay but how do you know who's better. Though in the company talk together by efforts together but who's in charge of everything. I make everything happening. I you know without major it'd be probably Calendars s baby. And also. i'm trying to figure out how to break people. I'm just kidding. I would never do that. I i should say we've had your wife on our podcast before. Yeah athena rodriguez. Who also did the original artwork for podcast wi fi. Wait are wifey collectively or by a Anyway sam how you've been in any crazy elite get stabbed holy shit really not lately. Really twenty years ago when i was sixteen. Holy shit recently. Though good things. I have done an actual show mike in the world so mesa was it indoor outdoor The the show is indoor. The was the show is michaels indoor beach. Yeah you got to keep the open mic indoors. You don't want to expose all that shit to the world like it's not ready You know driving by. Yeah yeah yeah. I've heard some people say some horrendous should open mic so it's best to keep that where the main public can't hear if you're like just walking around one day or driving around. You're like you know what i don't hear enough about rape go to open mic a lot Near enough about how black people do this and people do this. And how asian people do that or what about hispanic people. This is going down the list. You know I missed open mic. Comedy i miss hearing like the worst jokes i miss. I miss seeing that. Look on the comedians face. When they know it's that joke was not an okay joke question and be honest. Be very honest of you. did you crush it. Yeah absolutely for that scratching. No you know it's funny like in my opinion none of us crush at like crushing it. Means like your headlining touring now. Instead of like you can kill it. You could be really well but people who say they crushed it like. Shut up you eating sarcastically. The thing with me was just zoom for a whole year like that really helped. Sharpen me up and Make ready for it. So i did a lot better. Thought i wasn't. Yeah you really embrace the zoom Comedy thing when it started because you the whole hypothetical comedy thing in like that. Kinda take off and i'm saying right i just wanna make sure it's hypothetical okay to make sure it's not like hypoth- taco like i don't want to say incorrectly because i pronounce things wrong archipelago. Yeah like salman. I love salman. Say salman honestly. I used to make a joke like your manned says salman is at a salmon and now my man does fucking depressing things other sound logical person. I'm sorry spell it how you say. Let's say it. How what anyway spell it. How you say it. I say colin no. That's my friends sean. As the a and i never get that one..
Moderna Says COVID-19 Vaccine Protection Wanes, Makes Case for Booster
"Maderna's case for a covert nineteen booster shots. It's vaccine protection wayne's by thirty six percent after twelve months. According to a new study by alice park studies from cova nineteen vaccine makers and public health officials have been suggesting for awhile that protection provided by the vaccine wanes over time and a new study published on september fifteenth to a pre print server. The study is not yet. Peer reviewed researchers at medina which makes one of the two are in a covert nineteen vaccines. The other is from pfizer. Biotech report that people vaccinated within the last eight months had thirty six percent fewer breakthrough infections. The knows who were vaccinated a year ago that suggests vaccine induced. Immunity is likely highest shortly after people get their recommended two doses of the vaccine and starts to drop afterward. The modern vaccine received emergency use authorization from the us food and drug administration in december twenty twenty the fda currently reviewing the company's request for full approval aldershot.
"medina" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon
"Episode of just a tip the podcasts equally about its tangents as it is about. It's tips. I'm your host meghan tune and today we have certified life coach businesswoman and manifester christina medina on we talk about manifesting dreams getting out of the hustle and bustle mindset and in alignment with yourself. Especially if like me you have fallen off the spiritual trained and need a little nudge back on and maintaining your personal energy in a world where chaos is being thrown around in every direction. You look without further do enjoy. I spent all day looking at your stuff and listening to so many of your podcasts. And i'm so happy that i like really dove in because i've been feeling not connected to my spirituality and i'm so excited to have you on because i know so. Many listeners of mine are dreamers in creators. And we're all trying to figure it out altogether. And so i think they are gonna love to hear from you thank you yeah i feel like the best way to figure it out. It's together so i i I'm also a dreamer and created of and Just love to show that kind of energy just that kind of inspiration that we all are creators to know creators of the life that we want totally right so you do so many things in your practice and manifestation is one of the biggest modalities And i'm interested. How did you get involved with your spirituality. Have you always been spiritual ordered something happen. I have always been. I've always been spiritual in creative just as a child. Like i was like the loaner creative child but i also had like this highly talkative self as while you know and love to connect with people and so i feel that i was. I was always connected to this. What i call like by inner guide Since childhood any time. I had a issue or really needed to make a decision. I knew to go in my bedroom. And just be quiet. And i knew that if if i really wanted the answer the answer would come to me so i think in in that respect i was spiritual but i had to go through a pretty long dark night of the soul to get okay to get there so before before. You realize that you needed to do that. It wasn't inherent to not trust your gut or or did you always have in going through a long phase of you know when i was a child and again like many of us as children were very intuitive. And we're very connected to that and through circumstances and things like people places and things happen to us it kind of can cut us off or make us doubt that or on. We're not allowed to trust that as maybe were fearful of being like the bad child or something like that and so we don't want to speak out against something I grew up in a situation where it was You know i had narcissistic mother who went through a lot of abuse in her own childhood and so that kind of bled into my childhood. And so i spent a lot of my time around the elders in my family who suffered from alcoholism..
R. Kelly Accuser Testifies That Singer Once Said He Liked 'Young Girls'
"Well we've been following this. Are kelly child. That's taking place in brooklyn and let me tell you this one. It was a third woman who testify. She's now thirty nine years old but she said that she was abused sexually. Abused are kelly when she was seventeen. See also said our. Kelly told her and two other people. He should be allowed to have sex with a very young girls because he is a genius. He mentioned that he liked young girls. And that people make such a big deal out of it. Even look at jerry lewis. That's what she testified that he said. And that's jerry. Lewis is the one who married his thirteen year old cousin. He's a rock and roll singer. She said he's a genius and medina's we should be allowed to do whatever we want. Look at what we give the world. That was kelly's explanation To this groceries going by the name stephanie. While she's on the stand she told the court that she first encountered r kelly when she was sixteen at the rock and roll. Mcdonald's is chicago back in ninety eight. She was with her boyfriend best friend. Our best friend's boyfriend. An employee of r kelly gave her a slip of paper with his number on it. Even though she said she was sixteen he said r. Kelly wants you to call him. She said she had no intention of doing that. Throughout his number but the following summer she was working at a hotel and she heard he was making an appearance at a nike store around the corner. Her best friend was an aspiring singer. So she thought that she could introduce it to them and it would help her career. She said she ran into him as he was exiting the store they started talking and a week later. They had their first sexual encounter while she was seventeen. She said she went to a studio and they had sex after she waited a few hours to even speak to him. She said that she had low self esteem at the time of their meeting and she had already experienced sexual trauma from a family member and from a former boss. She said it was a hard time her life. She says he did keep seeing him and he was either very nice charming or he was very controlling and intimidating. She said the sex was humiliating. Control everything instructing her and how she should mon even and then he would. I don't even know if i could say this on the radio so i won't say that part. But she said she would leave feeling disgusted and less than and that he would make her assume a specific sex position. Then leave the room and make her hold it for hours and he would yell at her if she moved
What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots
"For every every delta. Get a booster shot eight months after. Got your second shot or make you safer and for longer. No some world leaders who say america shouldn't get third shot until other countries got their first show. i disagree. We can take care of america and helped world too same time. President biden discussing the plan for booster shots for american starting in september. The recommendation comes as the us recorded. More than one hundred sixty three thousand new cova cases thursday the highest in nearly seven months. But the pace of vaccinations is also increasing over a million doses. Were ordered administered on friday sixty percent of all eligible fully vaccinated for more. Let's bring in the surgeon general. Dr vivek murthy. Good morning to you. Dr those pfizer and medina booster shots will become available the week of september twentieth. Walk us through. What americans should know about that and what to do well. Thanks martha eat. There are several things that americans should know about the booster announcement. We recently made number one. Is that the vaccines are continuing to work. Remarkably well for preventing people from ending up in the hospital and they're saving lives. So that's the reason we are not recommending boosters today but we are seeing is a decline in the protection against mild to moderate disease. And we're anticipating there may be an erosion in that important protection that we're seeing today down the line and that's why they stay ahead of this virus were recommending. The people start to get boosters. A week of september twenty they will start with people on their eight month anniversary following their second shot and by necessity that will end up prioritizing. Those who are at highest risk including long-term healthcare workers Long term care facility residents rather healthcare workers as well as the
3 Officers Wounded in Shootout in Albuquerque
"Three Albuquerque Police officers were shot on another was injured while responding to a robbery. Police chief Harold Medina says one of the officers was hit in the chest above his vest and is in critical condition. One officer was shot in the arm while another was saved by his bullet proof vest. The fourth officer was injured by shrapnel or
"medina" Discussed on Immigrants of Toronto
"Then you're not going to make money. So actually, this thing. So yeah, no, I agree. Like, in this country, you can do basically whatever you want, whatever you like doing, and you're going to be able to survive well. It's not that you might not drive a Ferrari, but you will be you will be able to have a good life. Yes. And Oscar just to complement what you said also is you said that we spent three part of our times working. So if you are going to be working for money and being miserable, that's something that I don't feel is it should be allowed. It's better for you to do something that you really like. And you enjoy work waking up in the morning and when I do this because it's something that I'm passionate about. And I don't know how that passion about your job is going to make you the money. Right. So when you have the passion, the money comes after. So just pursue your dreams, your career, what is something that is related to you to your personality to your passion? And then everything is everything else is going to come next. I agree. I agree. Yeah, no, I appreciate that. And I appreciate the advice Carla and honestly, thank you very much for being here. I really love their conversation. Thank you, me too. I love that. Thank you for the invitation and just when I leave here my email address, my Facebook account. And if you need anything, I will really happy to talk to anybody. Yeah, no, that's perfect. I was actually going to ask you how was going to be the best way for people to reach out to you, but I think you already gave it. I'm going to put the links. So whoever wants to reach out to Carla, you can go to the episode notes and find the links over there. You can also follow the podcast on social media, mostly LinkedIn and Instagram, but you can also find this in Facebook and Twitter. Again, if you liked this episode, please subscribe to the show on Apple podcast, Google podcasts, Spotify, Anderson music, or whatever you listen to your favorite shows. Carla, again, thank you very much. I really love having you here. Thank you. Kari was amazing. Thanks everyone for listening. I must go to Senate, and this is immigrants of Toronto..
"medina" Discussed on Immigrants of Toronto
"Why don't we get started by you telling us a little bit about you? Oh, thank you. Yeah, for sure. So my name is Carla Medina. I am from Venezuela. I am integrated to the 8 years ago. And I used to be a crime news reporter in my country. And that was the reason why I decided to immigrate. Sounds sounds like a very interesting and slash dangerous type of job. If I should west, yes. Yeah, yeah. So Carla, when did you move here? 2013. 2013. So you've been here for 8 years. It's the same year when I moved here. So we might have arrived around the same time. Yes. I arrived in May. Okay, I arrived in April. So we are twins. Yeah, exactly. I'm a little intrigued. I know that you're professional sound a little bit dangerous and all that. And you moved here, as you said, 8 years ago was that the reason why you moved to Canada because something in your job that happened or is there another reason that you decided to come here? Yeah, that was the primary reason why I decided to move to Canada. I was working as a journalist and through my whole career, I got several threats, but by the end before just before I moved to Canada, there was a big threat that was almost in my life. I really thought they were going to kill me. Because I was part of a news that I did about my government. So it's very dangerous to be a journalist in Venezuela at the moment. Yeah, I mean, I don't really have the firsthand experience. But I remember I had a friend back in Mexico that he used to be a war photographer. He went to Lebanon, Afghanistan. And at some point he was working in something about the narco and the government in Mexico. And he once told me, I have everything set up in case it's something happened. I have another passport, and I'm going to leave. And so if one day you don't hear anything about me, maybe either I'm gone and I'm safe or I'm there. It's like, oh yeah, thank you for letting me know. But one day I actually disappeared. And I don't know what happened. I honestly I hope that he saved somewhere with a different name, different identity. But I think I understand what you're saying about how dangerous can it be especially with organized crime and those things? Yes. Yes. And sadly, to say, in my country, the government is the organized crime. So, you know, there are not criminal bands there that the government, so I was in trouble. And I decided to move out of Venezuela, obviously. And I decided after my father told me, just do a big research about Canada. Because I was convinced that I wanted to move to the United States. And then when my father asked me, just do a research see the quality of life, see the government, and everything I just fell in love with this country. What's interesting, so what makes you the same? I know this is like a random question, but what made you decide for Canada instead of the United States? I saw all the great things that Canada has for you creating our family and their support for you. As a new company, and I saw that I was going to be more welcomed here. As I have been. So I'm very glad I decided to come to that another. Yeah. I think it's a very embracing country. You come here. And especially if you're in Toronto, like half the population is from somewhere else. So I think multiculturalism is something that is engraved in the city, and the people who leap here are they are very understanding of that. I always say like I've said that in past episodes that you can get away with broken English, as long as you're able to get your point across, nobody's going to care or judge you for that. Yeah. Yeah, I don't feel I have never felt in this city any kind of racism or any kind of criticism or anything they are very, very understanding. And as you said, they are very embracing of the quarters and the different backgrounds that people come from. So I just love this city. Yeah, yeah. And I do it as well. So one question, Carla, the when you moved here 8 years ago, you moved here by yourself or did you move someone or what was experienced at the time? Yeah, I moved by myself here. I came along to this country and I first came to be English student. I did that for 11 months, almost a year or so. And after that, I just stayed. Okay, so your original goal was to just learn English or okay, you came here to learn English to stay. To stay. Yes. Okay. That's smart. Yeah. When I was doing the English course, I found other Venezuelan people. And thanks to them, I saw the opportunity to learn more about the refugee process and how it works and get a lawyer and all that. And when I didn't even know that I was able to ask for a refugee claim, they didn't know that I had the case to do it. So when I got a lawyer and I was like, so this is my experience. And I have everything on newspapers and in the radio. And even my TV station and I kind of get all those videos. And he's like, you have a case. Let's just start there. And thank God I did it because it was approved immediately. That's very interesting. So yeah, I honestly I think most of the people that I interview they actually came as myself as a student or someone just applied for a PR and waited back in ten years ago they waited like three years to get something. But I think maybe the first one that I know that apply through that process. So how was experience? Was it hard? Was it I mean, you said just that it was all proof so approved almost immediately. So how was the experience with that? Well, the experience was great. My lawyer was amazing and he was working he knew a lot about my country. He wasn't a Canadian person, but he knew a lot of the situation in Venezuela. So he knew what the woven and how they were government works and the people against the government. And he asked me for a lot of proofs. And he was able to reach my university in Venezuela. So he got a lot a lot of proof. He requested me, for example, if I had pictures in my social media, I have shared pictures that I was obviously against my government. And I was always protesting against my government and so my position was very clear for everybody that I was against the government. I was always fighting against it. So he recollected all those pieces plus everything that happened to me and then the news that what happened to me and the threats in the other newspapers. So I wasn't able to connect that. And the thread was more tangible.
Clay Clark: The COVID-19 Vaccine Is the Mark of the Beast
"John from the island of patmos. John was exiled on the island of patmos and he wrote down. These words from revelation chapter thirteen versus sixteen to eighteen. Please do not believe me. Everybody read this. Look it up yourself. It says any it causes all both small and great rich and poor freen bond to receive a mark in their right hand or in their forehead. That no man. My buyer sells said that he had the mark with the name of the beast or the number of his name. Here's the wisdom. Let him that half the understanding count. The number of the beast for it is the number of a man and his number is six hundred three score and six. So that is the word corona. I think it has donald wilson reagan. Six letters each name but wait a second. So you're saying that. What is the mark of the. That is the bbc again. I know there are a lot of people are tuning out because this is difficult to take in but it's our go ahead inside the shot. There's a technology called s one. Oh two ca. There's three different shots all the shots. Look up the shots. sim one. Oh tuesday technology. S what is to m dash one to look it up and duck duck. Oh and s to also has an sm not as a technology called lucifer. Race l. c. i. f. e. r. I know that that's true. Go ahead so anyway. When you look up graphing oxide which is in the medina shots and other shots graphing oxide and lucifer rayson. Sm one zero two and the patent number bill gates has and you say well who developed the shots. Well bill gates the big vaccine king. He has a spiritual adviser by the name of marina abramovich. That's who we featured during his easter commercial last year and marina. abramovich is a satan-worshipping spirit cooker. Duck duck not that. There's anything wrong with that. We don't judge are you can't wait a minute. Clay come on. Come on this is to we. We can't raise through this. You just made a statement. That's like
Job-Hunters, Have You Posted Your Resume on TikTok?
"Job applicants going forward, calling all recruiters. These are the reasons why you should hire me. That's right. Resumes Harv making their way. To tick talk. That's right. It's a new trend Taking over the nation. The world tick talkers everywhere are trying to get jobs via the app. They're basically taking what they would have put on a piece of paper and saying it throughout 1 to 2 minute videos of them on tic tac dough, and let me tell you something. Some of them are correct, quite creative, including one from clearly Roberts, a student at Brigham Young University in Utah. She's 23. She said She was inspired by Elle Woods. Little montage in the movie Legally Blonde that basically was her like You know her tape. I don't if you've seen legally blonde, Shane, Have you seen it? Oh, yeah. You know, it's kind of my ultra persona actually is I like to pretend I'm in legally blonde? I really have a long haired blond attorney. Yeah, I'm sure I'd like to do when I go home at night. Yeah, I'm sure that works Well, anyway, so give a little look there. Uh, let me tell you something. She she was inspired by illegally blondes, Hollywood's and decided to put together her own version on Tiktok. Oh, hi. My name is Kelly Roberts. And for my marketing internship application. I'm going to tell all of you and take talk Why I would make an amazing injury. So I'm going to stop it there to avoid the cringe iness of the rest of the video. As it doesn't meet FCC standards. If you go beyond those first five seconds, this has become a trend, and it's worked for some people, including Christian Medina, who said he's an aspiring product manager who's gotten six different job leads since posting a tiktok video last month seeking a product management role. Yeah, six in just the last month, so it's working for some people. Now that being said,
Judge nullifies horse trainer Bob Baffert's NY suspension
"A New York federal judges nullified the suspension of horse trainer Bob Baffert in the state the Brooklyn judge found that the New York racing association acted unconstitutionally by failing to let Baffert adequately respond to claims made against him after his Kentucky Derby winner Medina spirit failed the post race drug test in her written ruling the judge said of Pompeo suspension hearing where Baffert could refute the claims was required to meet constitutional muster Baffert's attorney in the case says the ruling confirms that there was an improper rush to judgment and that Baffert was treated unfairly I'm Dave Ferrie
"medina" Discussed on KTRH
"Medina Plus the swell activator with little added seaweed extract. So do so you have here is a song this is I told everybody I do that. I told some friends. I do this? Let me tell you real quick story. And if you just now tuning in, you weren't listening yesterday. You don't know that any times I've told the story in the past. Yeah. Little small world story is the connection with Lyle Lovett on a couple different levels and everything and his family members. They're fans of the show. They use the services like the tree service we talk about. Got a chance to go out and catch up a little bit with while the other day because we were in several journalism classes at a and M together, the fun story is itself facing on my part is that, um, when what I was student there, his his girlfriend was in the theater program, and I was a minor in theater. So, uh, I would always find a way to Mhm. Hang out with Laurie a little bit more than ever Didn't like Lyles music back then I didn't like him sitting on a bar stool and, you know, back porch type issue. And just playing type folk music a little bit country music. I was a rock and roll boy grew up pop and rock and roll. I didn't really even start knowing anything about country music until I went to a and M student because they're a bunch of people go boot scootin. You know we're doing, you know, country Western dancing. I got okay. Country Western dancing to step Good at Domino's to 42 version of dominoes. Keep that in mind, but I didn't enjoys music, so he becomes famous. After college. He starts going out more as a country Western artist, and he's in a couple of films here and there. And he's like Mom. Remember him being your students that am and then he comes out with Lyle of it in his large band, and that changed everything so that you know The closing music. That we play. You play a little bit of that real quick, you know, like, pretend like we're closing the hour out. Uh, he used to. We used to start the show with this song, too, but has just become the closing music. If you have just give me a thumbs up when you're writing on that. But the closing music is the blues walk from Lyle Lovett in his large band album, and it's like a 2.5 minute song. We edit it down to one minutes Exactly one minute. So I know By hearing that song over and over again. How many seconds I have left to talk, right? Pretty good about closing when that music runs out of gotten good at that over the years and everything, but you know, here's the Blues walk. Alright. You can fade that out Just a moment. So God Hey, man, start appreciate Lyle Lovett Music.
Curevac’s Covid-19 Vaccine Disappoints in Clinical Trial
"All right. Let's kick off the podcast with a kind of a dish on the week's news and we should definitely start with cure vac Meg what happened to curevac co vaccine. Yes this was hugely surprising wednesday afternoon. The news came of the company's results from their late stage. Clinical trial of forty thousand participants of another rene vaccine and of course with the success of madeira advisor. The expectations were very high that the efficacy would be very strong and it was forty seven percent now. The company cited a large number of variants. That were in the trial though. Wasn't clear the exact impact of those various on the efficacy. And there's some speculation that it could be the differences in the vaccine from modernize and visor biotechs damian. You looked into this pretty deeply. Yes so not all. Mr nays are created. I shouldn't say equally the same so pfizer and medina both use an approach to work in a tiny modification that is meant to basically avoid the immune system from attacking the marnie strand that you insert curevac used an unmodified marnie for its vaccine and the company's reasoning was you know for an mri therapeutic. Yes sure you'd want to avoid an immune system reaction but for a vaccine an immune system reaction is kind of the name of the game and so that was kind of their thesis going into it but as a result of using the unmodified marnie. They used a smaller dose than pfizer. Madrid Which most likely was to avoid any kind of too much of an immune reaction and so a lot of people. Curevac didn't say this and they haven't provided really enough detail on the data in question for us to really dig in but there is a theory going around out there that enserch of this kind of goldilocks dose of this unmodified. Marta they might have had simply too weak of a vaccine to get the kind of efficacy numbers that we've seen from the pfizer vaccines.
Belmont Stakes Races on Without Baffert
"In the Triple Crown is today. The Belmont Stakes is being run in New York with a cloud hanging over horse racing. Earlier this week, Churchill Down suspended trainer Bob Baffert for two years. Following the confirmation of a positive drug tests for Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit.
"medina" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Medina Spirit. The winner of this year's Kentucky Derby failed a post race drug test. Churchill Downs is suspending legendary trainer Bob Baffert, who denies any wrongdoing on ESPN Medication Veda Method zone that was found in the post race. Has which actually is the legal therapeutic medication was never administered to the horse since I've had him so That's the troubling part. Yeah, but they found it in the drug test. Bob I got you have the horse now, and they found this medication that has been deemed illegal in the horse after the Kentucky Derby, so somebody's land and who's the person in charge of taking care of the horses? I think the job title is trainer nailed it. What is Bob Baffert's title trainer? Not only true, your legendary trainer ridiculous the only thing that could be the only possible explanation here Jean is that the horses Is operating on his own right. The horse decided. Hey, I'm going to take the performance enhancing drugs. Give me that syringe. Give me the cream. I'm going Lance Armstrong with this thing. It's got an opposable thumb on is if I was looking this up, because my question immediately was about the gamblers Sure that the folks bet on this horse about 1 $155.4 million was bet on the conduct. Key Derby para mutual pool with an estimated 11 million to 12 million bet on Medina spirit based on his eyes, too. Win at 12 1. An estimated 3 to $4 million were staked on the second place finisher who went off a 26 to 1. If Medina spirit is disqualified, his connections will not receive the $1.86 million winner share the Derby purse. But for bettors, anything that happens next won't matter. Those who cashed in on Medina spirits still have the wind. Those who didn't still lose those who backed the second place finisher missing out on a winning ticket that would've paid about 50 bucks on a $2 wager. You can't backtrack. It stings which you can't backtrack because then at that point you're saying Okay, everybody that one money that turned in tickets come on back to the table. We need you to put your winnings back down and give him back. That's just not how this thing works. 7 19. We want to help your nonprofit Keep doing good. It's an incredible opportunity for area Milwaukee based charitable organizations to.
"medina" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily
"What twenty twenty tommy by cam. Edina of cap medina dot com every year in late december. I perform a ritual of sorts. South the kind where again naked and sacrificed goat during a full moon slightly less entertaining than that. I make a nice hot cup of coffee. Put on some good music. Pull out my journal. And then spend about an hour or two reflecting on the past year a review the goals that i had set the previous january the people i've met the gifts the challenges and the changes in who i've become by scheduling uninterrupted time to review the year. I create space for insights to flow. That would have otherwise. Remained hidden behind daily distractions. I'm able to bring awareness to any progress i've made or regressions and growth or mindset. This year was an interesting one for sure. Twenty joining grabbed the whole world by the and gave it a firm twist for good measure shook us to our core untested are limits. Give me as a reality check like we were playing professional and getting slammed into the glass of realization. For how little control. We actually have over our lives. This leads to one of the first lessons of the year number. One the only things we actually have control over our our attitude and effort put in another way all we can actually control is the meaning. We give something and our reaction to a situation. Most of us chase happiness through external factors. Everything needs to go the way we wanted to or at least not the way. We don't want to in order for our cold little hearts to feel the urge to smile for most of us achiever types. We may have convinced ourselves that by strategically planning and taking action. We have a say over what we experience when in reality all we actually have is influence even if we plan something perfectly. There's still an innumerable amount of things that will force us to tweak our plan if our happiness is reliant on everything going our way then it will be impossible to be consistently happy. So what is the solution practicing the art of detachment releasing your emotional reaction from the external factors choosing to accept the moment as it is and then recognizing that you can't change what has already taken place. The beauty is that you can change the past. Just by shifting your mindset a tiny bit choosing to see the empowering meaning in a situation instead of the crybaby victim version of the story will give you the clarity needed to see that it is a gift and then decide what you need to do about. It is the moment calling on you to grow or learn is a calling on you to find the good over the humor when looking back. I found that every problem. I've ever experienced has had a tremendous lesson hidden behind the mask of total innis if i ignored that lesson and just saw it as a problem. Alita repeat itself in some other form. Amplifying intensity and disruptive. Nece so that i would have to pay attention to it in grow number two separation equal suffering this one can be attributed to tony robbins. Fan girl of his and this wad of wisdom has impact in me over and over again in the that i always forget about it suffer and then i'm reminded of the impact of connection when we separate ourselves from others and just focus on the pain. We are experiencing. It tends to make us hurt even more. We get caught up in the mind and luke fear dishes of reality until we feel completely alone and are suffering this past year. I had two miscarriages after struggling with infertility for a couple of years the extreme joy followed by such crushing disappointment. Felt like someone hoc smashed my uterus dragging my heart down with it. I did something out of character when i found out. There wasn't a heartbe. I immediately sent an email to a handful of friends and family who had been aware of my unsuccessful pregnancy journey to date telling them the news and how devastated i fell. I reached out when the pain was still vulnerably raw and exposed. Typically if i experienced some sort of extreme hurt of suffering silence for weeks before opening up to anyone about it giving myself time new. Come to terms with on my own. So that i didn't have to show people. I was weak aka. Hau ideas myself. When i was consumed by sadness
"medina" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"medina" Discussed on Paradigm Shift Wrestling
"Go be First supposed said, he's the grass. He supposed to be the same again. We've discussed it many times on this show. His impact is far as culturally and I think he never got he could have easily been a multi-time champion. Just never got another Shot Ya hath per scarecrow run Simmons. Yes, Chris Jericho has the accolades right down you'd call him. You would call him go. But I it's hard to say because once again with Ron Simmons, you probably would not get a budget to you would not get an art student would not get what you've got today. So I had to go with your going to turn your back on a pole Canadian. You stupid Santa. I'm doing from just what's bigger. Is it the being the goat of today's generation or is it being the guy that's the cultural man? I go with it over to mister Angel Medina the king's head office. Oh, yeah. Like I said Chris Jericho great athlete, I mean thrill-seekers, you know, I mean Lionheart wrestling and phenomenal Talent the only downside not white not just kidding. No, but like I said if I was putting them in together the ring the power of the speed the youth I mean if it was the time runs when when he was usually used awful use massive use Quick agile. I think it would definitely stop Chris Jericho in his tracks, especially, you know, doing all those high-flying moves. He would just stop him due to his power like scripture do some type of moon saw that he just catches and power slams him, you know, so I mean plus his experience I will have to go I have to go Ron Simmons do to you know, his experience and his skill and strength. I think he's just the beast at that time off a look at that. My special made me like three D Jesus Christ. It looks like it looks like red licorice just being like thrown off. We're going to go with the with this one will versus Gene which read versus.
"medina" Discussed on Just The Sip
"You guys if you're just joining us, I'm GonNa let you guys know twenty twenty, acting a damn fool right now I have been calling psychologists I have been calling therapies. I have been calling Shaman honey I had somebody and do the energy in my house and I thought the only person I haven't called. Yet is a psychic because I need to know what's happening with twenty. Twenty twenty I need to figure out what's happening with me and I literally was thinking Oh my God. I really need somebody who is GonNa put it all out there. WHO's not going to sugar coat it God, send me assigned and all of a sudden this email for this guy who is the Howard Stern of psychics? It's Chris Medina and he's.
"medina" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"They say it will make you win but you don't understand Medina's a rotate my world of the site you would not want me to lose my most valued possession there are so many beautiful things to see the flowers the first guy with a thrifting clouds the sun set the stars you want just to see you it is good to have side and I would never see you again I wish sometimes you could not talk like what I know it's your imagination hi nothing no no you want me to do eight zero if I were to consent if you would if only you could what else can I do to I would repeat the can you talk yes good bye good bye I suppose I knew within when I said that I only meant to go up on the rocks and look out over the valley to spend my last day feasting my eyes on the wonderful beautiful world light and color but when I got there it was too beautiful to love this valley is home of the mountain god you too fluent I drank it in the green of the the the blue of the gently curving stream the orange of the like and in the rocky crevices I climbed higher to see the great snow capped peaks towering above and the way to the distance guy and higher still as the shadows turned the snow to purple and crimson and deep blue valley was far below now and as beautiful as a painting but like a painting it looked unreal Medina Soroti was small and far away a distant dream and the world of site was here all around me overpowering wonderful I turned and began to climb up the sheer rock wall how many months it took me to make my way out over those mountains over glaciers and snowfields and ship precipices I cannot guess I live.
"medina" Discussed on KTRH
"Nine one five FM twenty nine twenty it's about four five miles west of two forty nine that is thirty plus years of doing this they carry all these products of talked about today and then I'll get to the outdoor part of this in a second night fox bonnet microlights soil mentor when forget Medina ladybug they're one of the few feeds feed stores that still carries the easy grow premium boom drop that one on you that they were so loaded with veggies and herbs out outside what a great reason to get to a place like DND feed go hand picked those veggies and herbs get your vegetable garden started to get you the dirt therapy you name you get that anti depressant naturally working in the soil you get the UV rays that will destroy viruses that's it the indie fame they got you covered to great people love this place is just good old fashioned feed store you know all of that if you listen to garden line just I can't wait to go back there again probably Monday morning I will probably be there restocking on the books and I'll probably train my books for veggies and herbs not getting Jennifer in Houston good morning Jennifer again yes again what thank you your you still can't hear sometime D. well hello can you hear me now but I can hear you here's what you gonna do ask your question I don't put you on hold an answer for it okay sounds good I'm in the Clear Lake area and I bought from my local independent nursery what I believed was either at cedar mulch or a hardwood mulch which would not die and unfortunately I've got artillery or shot gun fungus on my hardy plank I'm at a two part question what's the safest method to remove the fungus semi hardy plank without damaging the paint and number two what's the best way to prevent the artillery fungus from occurring again a best way to get rid of it is pressure washer because pressure washers not gonna tear up on RT plank there is no like magical solution you spray on their words can slough off just doesn't work that way the answer is you've got to get rid of all that mulch that is it whatever you got is very very poor quality if it was a hardwood mulch but with no element of compost in there I don't recommend those kind of mulches you got to go with what you consider double shredded Texas native if you're going with a shredded hardwood mulch the cedar mulch does not used due artillery fungus if it's true Texas red cedar mulch so I am let me explain this to everybody else out there when you get poor quality mulches and and the dyed mulches that are just chunks of wood that is a poor quality milk you get what artillery fungus is I wish I had like a definition from me but it forms these little pockets the burst these little black dots there they're little fungus spores out and look they'll hit the closest thing next to it and they'll stick to it it institute for seemingly ever machine get in their pressure washer I don't even try to remedy an area that's up putting out the artillery fungus shot gun shop owners he's got to get rid of it because you don't want it to be a problem in the future hi so hopefully that helps her and in the meantime let's go next to okay I've been there long as Julianne in ceiling morning Julianne Hey good morning thanks for taking my call my boyfriend has an avocado tree which he absolutely loved however it froze and friend that the top portion the tree is essentially dead but he has greenery that now reading from the face of the tree is this the worst fighting I think so it's unlike a citrus tree this is not necessarily grown into grafted environment so whatever's coming up from the bottom is very much alive if you have any brown limbs on it at all you know there's no green in the limit off you scratch yeah we're gonna prove all that away should have done that weeks ago okay okay and then any kind of beating that I'll tell you exactly I brought his down for third time today my ring above I got a guy the thing that is isn't it got them when he sent his pictures he's kind of going through the same thing so I told him get a citrus and avocado food as one of the products and given away today when people buy two books about it Lauren southern gardens but their citrus soils all over the place I'm sure you can get to feed store in the ceiling area and find a citrus avocado food will scan it's a sit or preachy phase eight fruit tree and pecan food would also work in this instance then you need to invest in Medina has to grow liquid plant food hi yeah and that's a six twelve sixty one of foliar feed the leaves as best you can and let that kind of water in the granular avocado citrus food that you put down okay this will revive it this will pop it into action excellent right well very good thank you very much if they're still green there's hope okay I think he's telling him that but you are but also got approval to deadwood because that's like in a way taking energy away from where it needs to go on the live part of the plan right okay excellent I appreciate it I hope I wasn't too complicated on that one I mean by that but one of the things it whether it's an oak tree whether it's a fruit tree where you've got dead limbs you need to bring them out I am not a botanist I'm not a plant pathologist but I know what I was told learn educated mentored in all my years at Texas a and M. working for the college of agriculture and life sciences and the energy think about the energy that's out there Inergy our body systems you know you don't want energy going to negative areas and so it's trying to send energy up into those deadlines and then it just dissipates so let's focus the energy by print where the dead limbs whether it's a peach pear avocado citrus tree whether it's a live oak if it's a matter of shrubs got some dead limbs on it let's get the of energy refocus here's our phone number you get in right now seven one three two one two K. tear H. at seven one three two one two five eight seven four asked Jennifer she got the answer she needed because that delay is just not worth putting back on the air again Stephanie K. you will be up next seven one three two one two K. T. R. H. let's stay on this messaging about feed stores Texas feedstock you're gonna love this place if you never been there I'm talking to all my Baytown peeps Mont Belvieu peeves if you're anywhere on the far east side of town you're looking for a place that carries all the products we talk about and you know we love good old fashion feast or this is it Texas feed stop there on one forty six some big old Texas mile not I know if it's a mile I don't think it's a mile but this is a bill takes a block north of I. ten it's on the east side of the road on one forty six just north of I. ten how about that Texas feedstock Brian hope roads great people they just take it's been a positive energy these two are the most positive energy people I have met a long time and once you become a customer of theirs they're gonna know you remember you they're going to take care of you and they have all the products when we have to talk about guess what we've done because we were looking we have a somebody canceled an appearance on may second because they're worried about the coronavirus and look by come may I don't think we're gonna be talking nearly in detail about this anymore I mean we're gonna have our control measures in place I think everybody's going to be getting way back to normal come the very first week of may so may second we have agreed to do an appearance out at Texas he'd stop yeah it made the kept saying when you come to beta well we are we're gonna be in Mont Belvieu north of I. ten small bill you but Baytown Mont Belvieu we're gonna be a Texas feedstock may second so put that on your calendar if you need the products we talk about right now in you go to Texas feed stop today say hi to Brian say hi to hope say hi to their family and have a good time there you're gonna love this I mean get inside it's good old fashioned feed store you know we love that here on the garden line garden lined with Randy Lemmon you can kiss our grass lemongrass that is.
"medina" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Welcome to Latino USA on Medina hosa and we've been speaking with Gideon Vasquez deciding cheese correct of the documentary decade of fire and we're gonna pick up our conversation now this notion that new Yorkers not living in the Bronx we hear stories the Porter Ricans of the south Bronx are responsible for setting all these fires because they don't really know what they're doing in their apartments in fact that was absolutely not what was happening this was targeted arson it was strategic it was planned yeah I've heard that before in fact we went to a college to present an excerpt of the film and a professor from I'm not gonna mention the college from a pristine just college told me do you know why the south Bronx burn and he told me it was because all those Porter Ricans were cooking pork on a spit in their apartments here we were in sort of what I thought was this really L. again college setting and someone who was a professor there tells me that even if like we didn't set the buildings on fire purposely that we were still stupid enough to try to cook pork on a spit you know it it is it's really it's bad and you know not to say that young people did not torch but if they were offered like our person in the film Lorraine says that she's offered two hundred and fifty dollars to torture building that's a lot of money in today's dollars it's like two thousand dollars to be offered to torture in a lot of young people took that opportunity to make that money but like I said people learn the community members they were people who came in from the outside to torch our buildings and the idea that my grandparents and my parents will come from Porta Rico to destroy their home you know it's like it doesn't make any sense why would we come from wherever we came from to improve our lives so that we can burn our buildings but interestingly enough that was a narrative that was accepted you would think because this was not a hundred years ago this was the nineteen seventies you would have thought that you know mayor Lindsey at the time would have said well we've got a we've got a help here we're gonna send more fire trucks more fire engine companies up there we're gonna open up more fire houses and in fact in the decade a fire they started closing down fire houses how do you explain that level of of logic and I think it's because at that time the news sort of business approach to management was coming on the scene and so he brought on the rand corporation who came up with these computer models that would show how city government could be more efficient systems with run more smoothly you can save money and sort of take the personal out of making decisions on behalf of services rand corporation was assigned to the four to try to reduce the cost of fire protection in the city using ran computer models to predict future trends John o'hagan head of the fired above started eliminating fire companies they're closing fire companies most poor neighborhoods of very high fire numbers while neighborhoods that have lower fire numbers are on touch and in many cases are gaining companies I think that was a mistake you know it's sort of like you know that saying the map is not the territory he was looking at some kind of blueprint that would show efficiency but he never really spent time thinking about those people in the community who would be if impacted by that efficiency those strategies when I was a college student here at Barnard up at Columbia University during this time right after the decade of fire a movie was being made in the south Bronx called fort Apache and I remember hearing about the protests that were happening in fact pots and pans means struck to interrupt.
"medina" Discussed on LEAD the podcast
"The PODCAST. I am thrilled to welcome Carmen Medina as this week's guest Carmen spent thirty two years at the CIA. But when you meet her you will hardly notice. She is recognized as a national and international expert on intelligence analysis strategic thinking diversity of thoughts and innovation and entrepreneurship in the public sector. She is the CO author of rebels at work. A handbook for leading change from within her story as a heretic and change agent at the CIA is featured in Wharton School. Professor Adam grants grants bestseller originals. How nonconformists move the world? Carmen is Puerto Rican by birth and Texan by nationality. We're so so excited that she's here. Thank you carbon. Thank you for having me. So let's get to it. What is the number one challenge that you see leaders your space at work? You know what I WANNA start. Macro.