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St Mark's Basilica Wins Qatar Prix Du Jockey Club
"Sean t looked glorious over. The weekend is The ground was officially saw But mendizabal yet again Pulls it off a superb ride in the french. Two thousand guineas Onboard saint mark's basilica and for the second year in a row on foreign reiter last year of This year of course saint mark's basilica he wins the tower predigested club I thought this was an exceptional right but break the race down for his. How goods was Mendez about how good is saint mark's basilica and the race overall. I think he gave him the perfect friday. You was close to the base on. The ray opened up to the front probably a bit earlier than he won't but still did not ask him to go right to wear the new halsey you. What sort of hacienda. And the rim of a a very good dried the good positions of the stock in a tricky feed nineteen runners. Yet the goodrow you make the most of destroy but but also with to shoot that he probably at the best in the race even though we saw some some nice finish from there and there but i think had the best stay in the race just the
E3 2021 Schedule is Announced
"E three twenty twenty one schedule has been revealed. Didn't know ladies and gentlemen of course next week is e- three a giant live show. It's back it's digital only happening of course. Starting on the twelfth through end of the fifteenth saturday the twelfth of june through the june fifteenth today easily put out a press release. I will start at the most important. Paragraph hosted by alex mendez. Jackie jane and greg miller the injury twenty twenty one broadcast feature major publishers showcase upset major publisher showcases press conferences industry panels extended livestreams special celebrity guest appearances and more now. Here's what i put in an interesting addition. I'm about to get into the schedule of events for what they've done but what you're going to find. Is they basically are saying. Hey we start at ten. Am and there's all these different things that happen if people are like dude this fucking socks. This isn't a schedule. This just you saying what people are on what days which is fine. But you're not putting out an actual times e three themselves tweeted this today real talk. Everyone would love a complete schedule. Every time listed on it but announcing days slash times is one hundred percent perogatives of the many participants the many partners participating in this year show. So we'll keep updating you on here as they choose reveal so you stay in the loop cool. Cooley i thought it was a weird wanted to do though you know what i mean like a weird messaging kind of like throwing the publishers under the bus but well it's weird. I definitely want to talk about this. So i'm happy. We're positive here. Because i do think it's great that he threes being transparent about this and explaining why we're choices are being made but i still don't understand why we're choices are being made sure. This is putting on the publishers. It is on the publishers. They are the ones doing this. But at this point why haven't they committed already like why is it. Each is the ring when the esa right now. Is the ringleader. Supposedly trying to coordinate everything.
AI's Potential in Logistics With Gaurav Srivastava of FarEye
"So will kick things off with just sort of getting your perspective on the state of affairs of ai in the supply chain when you think about where it's made its way into the supply chain. Now how do you like to sum that up. How is it sort of influencing the field today right so an has been a buzzword industry for quite some time now and have been crying all different things would be. I do improve. The way supply chain operates so a couple of big success That we have seen with in supply chain is definitely the last mile optimization ins reddin during the reason the last mile is a big hustle and last mile is growing crazy in the last five years. We have seen the amount of goods moving into the last night has just the demand has caused a lot and keeping up with the buster makes petition is becoming a judge. So that's what he comes in pretty handy type soup. Line your roots in an optimum it really head to creating an optimum ruled than creating a good user experience for your customers. Then there's also see a customer communication piece that comes in whether because exposure this obliging. The of grease that comes into your customer dr the on You customer concerns. I couldn't even help you reach those number of calls to believe quals jaguars right. Yeah coming pretty handy to on sale As well or taking questions safer simister wants to reschedule their order. They want to know that should mendez a get an estimate by again that delivery Calling up the league. And actually just writing quick-witted It can be a base tool it can be integrated into your watch or your facebook messenger
Migrants in “remain in Mexico” program will soon be allowed to enter the United States, federal agency says
"As a Biden administration faces questions about the influx of migrants at the US Mexico border asylum seekers previously forced to wait in Mexico while their cases will be considered by immigration courts. Will soon be able to enter the U. S. Who two more points in Texas from Texas Public radio Maria Mendez reports a Biden administration is moving to dismantle a Trump administration policy that had blocked access to asylum seekers. In the coming week. The Biden administration will begin re processing asylum seekers at the available and let it reports in Texas. During the Trump administration. Migrants were forced to remain in Mexico while the immigration court considered their cases that left many living in squalid conditions and vulnerable to danger. Sister Rosemary Welch is with mercy ministries, the cartels Really taking advantage of the people, and that's why I'm so glad that people are beginning to come across because really, they should have been able to come across several years old sister well, she says she expects to see up to 500 asylum seekers in
Was The Nashville Bomber A 'Domestic Terrorist?'
"Exact motive is still unknown in the Nashville bombing from Christmas Day. Some are questioning why the suspect has not been classified as a domestic terrorist. We get more from CBS is Amy Watson, investigators say when they assess an event for domestic terrorism. It has to be tied to an ideology. Investigators say they're still unsure of his beliefs. Metro Council member Bob Mendez tweeted the decision to blow up in our V in the middle of downtown was to make a point about something. Whatever it was, it fits the domestic terrorism definition of former lead. National security prosecutor says businesses and homeowners. May not have insurance to cover acts of terrorism and an act of terrorism or not. CBS's Eric Control telling us when the investigation wraps up people in Nashville, all ready to pitch in and help rebuild their beloved downtown area Community Resource Center has received calls and emails from people across the country. People who have had natural at parties and weddings here in music City wanting to help Nashville as much as we've just been knocked down, and every time we get back up on the community Resource center is also collecting things like a trash. Cans gloves because as soon as those investigators have done, don't work with public works and other organizations to get down there to clean up all that debris and officials suspect the man accused of detonating that bomb was more intent on causing destruction than actual fatalities.
COVID-19 vaccine distribution process continues in Wisconsin
"Health Secretary Andrea Poem as of this morning, says nearly 200 Healthcare workers have received the first of a two part. Fizer VACCINE TMJ fours. Adriana Mendez has more on where vaccinations will begin. Next. Officials with cratered in the Medical College of Wisconsin say they received word from the state that they will be receiving. Their vaccine today, and as soon as they receive that shipment, they will be ready to vaccinate their employees within 24 hours now over at Ascension Hospital. They also plan on vaccinating their employees. Today they plan to vaccinate frontline caregivers that particularly work in the emergency room, covert 19 and intensive care units. Wisconsin reporting 2400 new covert 19 cases as ever win Wednesday 74 new deaths An FDA advisory panel
Restaurant turns into soup kitchen to help the poor
"And a claim Mexican restaurant in the south Bronx run by undocumented immigrants is reinventing itself during the pandemic as a soup kitchen to feed the hungry plot Maratha still serves its paying customers and makes about six hundred fifty meals for people who can't afford a meal Markel Mendez is that daca recipients and the restaurant's manager you knew there was a huge hit our community being one of the epicenters in the city when we were most hard hit in those ones and so we we started to transition into that and see how we could do that the reaction to the first that we re open we made huge pastorals of soup and we gave it a lot within the span of an hour in the Bronx the soup is appreciated a lot of people need this ain't working right now does come in handy I would think cancer Mendez family's request for emergency federal small business loans were rejected because of their immigration status I met Donahue
Taylor Swift wins big at AMAs, says she's busy rerecording all of her 'old music'
"Music Awards are wrapped for 2020. Some hot performances, including the Age, defying J. Lo Rapper Meghan the Stallion and Justin Bieber, who performed a medley of songs, one that included Sean Mendez. Big winners include the Weekend and Taylor Swift and Finally, speaking of Taylor Swift posting to Social Media, some big news After a year long battle over the shocking sale of her master recordings by music Mobile Scooter Braun, Miss. Americana announcing she has been re recording all of her repertoire, telling fans, they have something to really be excited for. That's what's trending
Why Michael B. Jordan was chosen as People's Sexiest Man Alive
"Sexiest man alive. Two thousand twenty is another michael jordan and just an objectively correct choice for just off the bat. I have to say listen. I both went through stints where we were bills ascent. I currently am which meant that. We brought his guests in whenever he would have celebrity guests on his podcast. And i cannot remember a male guests that made as much of a flurry among the wringer women. When he came onto the lot as michael be there were people. I won't name names but jordan liggins was sitting outside. She was like casually working outside. One day i was like weird. We're choice people were stationed across the lot to see him when he came in. It was a bath. Y'all i can think of two instances where there's gonna be s podcast guests. I like made the rounds pass. Bills office just right. You know why. Advisory michael jordan was one of them. I actually was surprised. I'm shocked he has not been named as in the past. This suggests easy choice. Like it's easy in the best way like he is people sector the people's sexiest man. I cannot believe this hasn't happened yet. I agree i. This is my. I was surprised about this choice because it was just kind of seemed to obvious where he had he should have won it before. And i kinda thought if he hadn't done it before then like he just wasn't quite what they were looking for which is wrong and also i was like what is he done this year because usually when they pick these things. It's someone who has really been in the news who has had some huge project you know it was the rock. It was blake shelton when he was like the voice. You know it was john legend and it's usually like tied to someone who's just been in the news a ton and had a really big year so when it was michael jordan i was like what was he in this year. However twenty twenty three movies so through all that could be during his done with. Tsa in his profile is he's donated to charities. He has been at home as all the responsible celebrities have been doing and like sitting at home donated the charities and being hot. it's just like peak twenty twenty. So i apologize to michael jordan for thinking that it wouldn't be him because that's all you have to do is twenty twenty and that's great happy for him. Each year grows more and more embarrassing than blake. Shelton was named anyway. Okay so let's go to some of the people we thought we're to be named the sexiest man of twenty twenty. So gotta give a quick shot to our producer. Kinda you can jump in if you'd like but i say who thought it was going to be. Which is dr fauci or shawn. Mendez goes on. I just the spectrum of twenty twenty runs from dr fauci tucson mendez. I really thought. I would something dr fauci as you were. Yeah amanda the moment. He had a bigger year totally. I was thinking. Chris cuomo john king obviously big cnn. Gal i thought it was joey king for a second. I was like joey king. That'd be cool. Little switch up kissing booth three. I don't Also thought. Jason derulo oliver tiktok. I thought chance the rapper. Maybe patrick mahomes the athlete not to flex on my sports knowledge. I'm dan love you. Who was in shits creek. Big actress doctor and a lot of these people were in the issue so we actually had a lot of good guesses in terms of who would be included because like we said they have a lot of little sexy participation trophies to hand out My predictions for the cover. As you know. I'm just to online and sometimes i think that the people who are talked about online are the people that the rest of the world is also obsessed with. What's actually michael jordan's a peak internet boyfriend. So actually i do. I think i was on the right track. I thought it would be a chris evans and pine both had a shot. Because they obviously chris evans very politically active This year and then chris pine has wonder woman coming out and christmas. So i thought maybe he had a shot. Kiat was a long shot just because he would never agree to this. I don't think i think he's overdue. He won a long long time ago. Let's bring back. He was also included in the sexiest happily settled guy which was category so he did get a he got he got something in there and then i said robert pattinson who i don't know if you would be into this like seeing repents and twenty twenty people shoot just seems like a weird fit but maybe next year when he's batman. I thought i was like you know. Let's just give it to brad pitt. Again twenty twenty. It's kind of a throwaway year or so like just give it to him again. like church. sure he hasn't had it in like what. Ten years repeats list over time over the decades. Sure exactly. he's still
How Aimee Garcia Took Charge of Her Hollywood Career
"Amy thanks for doing this. Thank you for helping me. I want to start with Scrappy heart Productions because while I am sure that we have some listeners in our midst who are aspiring actors says I'm going to guess that more are trying to figure out how to go from worker to owner from performer to Creator. So take me back to the moment where you decided that you wanted to have your own production company. It kind of happened organically with glow so they asked my writing partner and I who's also bodiqua. She's Puerto Rican and wrote A New York Times bestseller called crazy is my superpower. We were talking. We love superheroes and we love comics and we never saw ourselves represented and they asked us to write glow the comic based on the Netflix series wage. And that was the first time that we thought let's highlight the Mexican character in there that we felt could have been more mature dived into during the series. What if we pitched that relationship between Yolanda's character and the Muslim character and we pitched it to Netflix and they loved it off and they got their own covers on the comics. And that was the first time I thought oh my goodness. This is so cool that I was able to with my writing partner highlight a Mexican carrier. And have her be the center of the story even though she's a peripheral character on the show. So I have been following your writing partner and now your production company. Mendez for years because she and I both grew up in Union City, New Jersey and so years ago when she was in the WWE. My mom was like my mom's always on the lookout for Union City kids. So she was like a Union City kid in the WWE and it's like oh and she's Latina like this is amazing. We're so you guys were writing Partners before you were producing Partners, correct? We were writing Partners, we wrote Globe which we love doing and then we started writing Dungeons and Dragons and she's like, hey, I found this article on this badass female viking who had a hero's burial and we were like, let's highlight her and she had like this huge scar on her face. And then we did this Disney writers program and they said you should start a production company because you guys have so many ideas and you guys run off. Dammit with comedy and drama and T and you guys should create your original material and then we were like, yeah, we we should do that and then the kicker was really the, Khan's that is when our fans I would go around for Lucifer and she would go around for WWE and they'd ask us what's next like what are you doing? Next? We love your character and we thought well, let's check them an answer. Let's say we're creating our own characters and making these peripheral diverse characters the centers of their own stories. And then we just did it. I think this was all the love in my life, which is I am genuinely surprised that it took that long for you to realize that you wanted and needed a production company. I know, you know what it is. I've been really lucky as an actor. I recorded Modoc while I was shooting Lucifer and I filmed El Chicano while I was shooting Lucifer and I've always worked as an actor. I've had a bunch of failed pilots and I've had success with Dexter and shows that were supposed to be big and only lasts a year like rush hour and Trauma and I just throw myself all in and I think I didn't have the bandwidth to think outside of that kind of singular horse race track. I wish I would have done this sooner. I write 8 hours a day. I just dedicated myself for the past three years to writing every day. I have off and any time I finish a take I'll just run to my computer and right. So what was the first thing you did once you in a j decided that you wanted to start a production company content content is King whether it's you getting the rights to an article or writing it yourself off. Of or putting together a pitch for an existing IP like a j did with crazy as my superpower IP is everything and if you can have original Ip, that's the most important thing. So I really think putting pen-to-paper is the first step whether it's an article a book a script. I mean a g and I both wrote Our Own scripts and then with my show I was looking for a showrunner to help me write this pilot for a family Latino comedy that I want to write. I just ended writing it myself life. That's why we call the scrappy heart cuz we when we got the job for glow we didn't even know how to write a comic book. We literally YouTube how to write a comic book and like DIY like we're total DIY.
How Aimee Garcia Took Charge of Her Hollywood Career
"Amy thanks for doing this. Thank you for helping me. I want to start with Scrappy heart Productions because while I am sure that we have some listeners in our midst who are aspiring actors says I'm going to guess that more are trying to figure out how to go from worker to owner from performer to Creator. So take me back to the moment where you decided that you wanted to have your own production company. It kind of happened organically with glow so they asked my writing partner and I who's also bodiqua. She's Puerto Rican and wrote A New York Times bestseller called crazy is my superpower. We were talking. We love superheroes and we love comics and we never saw ourselves represented and they asked us to write glow the comic based on the Netflix series wage. And that was the first time that we thought let's highlight the Mexican character in there that we felt could have been more mature dived into during the series. What if we pitched that relationship between Yolanda's character and the Muslim character and we pitched it to Netflix and they loved it off and they got their own covers on the comics. And that was the first time I thought oh my goodness. This is so cool that I was able to with my writing partner highlight a Mexican carrier. And have her be the center of the story even though she's a peripheral character on the show. So I have been following your writing partner and now your production company. Mendez for years because she and I both grew up in Union City, New Jersey and so years ago when she was in the WWE. My mom was like my mom's always on the lookout for Union City kids. So she was like a Union City kid in the WWE and it's like oh and she's Latina like this is amazing. We're so you guys were writing Partners before you were producing Partners, correct? We were writing Partners, we wrote Globe which we love doing and then we started writing Dungeons and Dragons and she's like, hey, I found this article on this badass female viking who had a hero's burial and we were like, let's highlight her and she had like this huge scar on her face. And then we did this Disney writers program and they said you should start a production company because you guys have so many ideas and you guys run off. Dammit with comedy and drama and T and you guys should create your original material and then we were like, yeah, we we should do that and then the kicker was really the, Khan's that is when our fans I would go around for Lucifer and she would go around for WWE and they'd ask us what's next like what are you doing? Next? We love your character and we thought well, let's check them an answer. Let's say we're creating our own characters and making these peripheral diverse characters the centers of their own stories. And then we just did it. I think this was all the love in my life, which is I am genuinely surprised that it took that long for you to realize that you wanted and needed a production company. I know, you know what it is. I've been really lucky as an actor. I recorded Modoc while I was shooting Lucifer and I filmed El Chicano while I was shooting Lucifer and I've always worked as an actor. I've had a bunch of failed pilots and I've had success with Dexter and shows that were supposed to be big and only lasts a year like rush hour and Trauma and I just throw myself all in and I think I didn't have the bandwidth to think outside of that kind of singular horse race track. I wish I would have done this sooner. I write 8 hours a day. I just dedicated myself for the past three years to writing every day. I have off and any time I finish a take I'll just run to my computer and right.
"mendez" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Now onto our final game lighting fill in the blank of our players will have sixty seconds in which to answer as many fill in the blank questions. They now can. Each correct answer is worth two points bill can you give us a scores? Alonzo has to Dulcie has to Joel has four Oh, my goodness. All right. Well, Jill's in first place that means the other two of you are tied in for just completely arbitrary reason to pick Alonzo to go first. Here we go alonzo the clock will start when they begin your first question fill in the blank. On Tuesday, the US, your past two, hundred, thousand deaths from blank. Covert or corona virus yes. On Thursday nearly five hundred national security experts endorsed blank for president. By. Yes this week the Acting Secretary of Homeland Security said that blank the US's greatest domestic security threat white supremacists right on Monday a judge ordered the USPS to treat all blank related male as priority mail. Voter related or mail in ballots election male according to New Memoir New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was once so angry at Mike Bloomberg he threatened to blank. Close New Jersey? No. To sit on Mike Bloomberg this week Michael Bloomberg. paid the fines for thirty, two, thousand felons in blanks or they could vote. Florida right. This week a man in Wales discovered that for over a year every time he turned on his TV he accidentally blanked. Turned out the lights. The accidentally shorted out the entire towns Wifi the wellstone was without Internet for eighteen months. Because of this man's vintage TV set, it kept interrupting the Wi fi signals authorities finally figured it out by using a device to scan for signal disruptors, which seems like a great first or second day solution. Not something you try it months eighteen the wise now fixed unfortunately no, one can log on because the password is in Welsh. So no one can spell it bill. How did Alonzo doing a quiz is in good shape had five right for ten more points now has twelve. And that's the lead. All right bill saying you're up next fill in the blank on Wednesday a GOP led committee in the Senate said it found no wrongdoing by Joe Biden in his dealings with blank. Ukraine right on Tuesday the House passed a budget compromise narrowly averting a blank government shutdown right this week. Johnson and Johnson moved into phase three of testing for their blank Vaccine Coronas? Yes. This week the Royal Mounted Police in Canada investigated claims of a nude man hiking the blank trail comet. No. The full-frontal trail. That's what it's called on Tuesday the CDC recommended that families avoid blank this October or blanking. Cheka chaining right this week we learned the CO founder of Cosco Jim Senegal threatens the life of the company's new CEO saying he would kill him if the CEO dared to blank raise membership fees no close though raise the price of their food court hotdog people love that dollar fifty hot dog Soda Combo. So, much so that when the new CEO suggested raising the price, the stores co founder replied if you raise the price of the hotdogs I will kill you now he was probably just being hyperbolic but on the other hand, nobody has seen the CEO in months and now the dog's taste. Kind of funny. I love the dollar fifty Costco dog and sort of, but would you pay to fifty four? No one of the things that makes it tastes great. It's only a buck fifty. Nineteen seventy-five prices right eighty five actually it's been priced that since then I was GonNa, say you really love those hot dogs really context bill how to deal say doing our quiz though T as four right eight more points you down has ten, but Alonzo still has the lead with twelve. How many does Joel me? You'll need four to tie five to win. All right. Here we go. Joel this is for the game. You got this job come on baby on Wednesday California signed an executive order requiring all cars sold in the state to be blanked by 2035 carbon-neutral. Yes. On Tuesday. The CIA said that Vladimir Putin was likely behind an operation to denigrate blank before the election. Joe Biden right on Thursday the White House press secretary said that despite what he said on Wednesday president trump would accept blank losing the election right later on Thursday president trump said that he would not accept blank. Election right on Tuesday. The Hallmark Channel announced their first Christmas movie featuring a blank couple would air in November gay couple. Yes indeed on Sunday Shits Creek set a record after sweeping the comedy category at the seventy second of blank awards. Ami's can write this week.
"mendez" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"One, eight, hundred, eight, nine, two, four, eight, nine, two, four you can always click the contact us link on our website at wait wait dot NPR dot org you can check out the weight way quiz for your smart speaker. It's out every Wednesday with me and bill in your home asking you questions sort of like having people over. Remember that. Higher on wait wait. Don't tell me. Hi, this is Matt from Cincinnati Oh. Great. What do you do there? In Cincinnati? I am a volleyball coach just across the river at Northern Kentucky University well that's Cool I've always wondered something about women's volleyball. Okay. After every point, they'll gather together in like a little huddle. Yup and then they go out to play again. Yeah. What is going on? What are they doing usually cheering? They're just pumping each other up because volleyball's Alba being hype but they're also talking about their blocking scheme for the next play, but it's just all about celebrating and scheming really celebrating and scheming. Those are like two of my favorite hobbies. Player. Matt Welcome to the show. Bill Curtis is GonNa. Read you three related limits with the last word or phrase missing for me. If you can fill in that last word or phrase correctly in two of the lyrics will be a winner ready to play. I'm ready. All right. Let's do it. Here's your first limerick. In one thousand nine, hundred, twelve, northern. Atlantic, some iceberg was blamed for the panic but there was more malice in flares borealis the northern lights sank the. Titanic. Yes. New Research suggests. That the sinking of the titanic may have been triggered by the northern light specifically, the suggesting that a geomagnetic storm may have interfered with the ship's navigation equipment not that the captain was looking up saying Ou preity and steering right into the iceberg. Now scientists are looking into the claim it's important to remember that lights our air and icebergs are. It's probably the icebergs faults still props to the ICEBERGS NEW PR guy getting the story out there. I didn't know they had that sophisticated navigation system that the northern lights we expected or or just saying that the guy who's up in the tower looking. was blinded by these colored lights and didn't say turn left listen they thought it was unthinkable. So they were probably not on their guard air probably rely we're on syncopal boat that's the most country fried steaks and then iceberg showed up because it's like I understand a roar Bradley is very beautiful as fair. Yes, but you still need to somebody being at the star Balboa. Ice Oh. I'm just thinking say if they had you in the bow looked keeping watch there'd be alive today. Thank you. Hear Matt is your next Limerick. Part bore and part swine and real big D-. They will ruin the crops when they dig. They are fertile year round and real. Pound for pound. It's a super breed of feral. FERAL pigs. Yes. FERAL pigs. Over nine million feral pigs now in the United States in the Department of Agriculture has announced plans to curb this rising infestation. It shouldn't be hard to start with the ones who built their homes out. Of Straw, then take care of the ones with the steakhouses worry about the brick house pigs last. That actually. Read I read about this. These pigs are huge are north they're huge area. There they're. They're not easy to kill. They're they're like the worst of both, right the worst of a wild boar and worst of pigs that are bred to be huge and they don't know what to do with exactly and apparently some of these as you say, these these domestic hogs which have escaped and Brent to very large. So they have more meat have been breeding with wild boars which are naturally aggressive and they have resulted in what scientists are calling quote super picks. Why aren't we eating them? That's how you stop visit. People have been quarantined. We're looking for new meat. We're all bored with the meat we've been eating. No one wants to eat more chicken soup as. MAZING baking super baking. Super Vail. People love just thinking. It's a little too much work to catch the Super Bacon. Well. Matt, we have one last lyric for you. Here we got. Part Costenza and part Stanley. Tucci. Are Piled, Peter bought pants that seem hoochie because he quote works hard pulling weeds and the yard. He's got pre grass stained jeans made by. Richie yeah. They'll do a good job this week Gucci unveiled.
"mendez" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
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"mendez" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Be, quote let's make him an offer see if he refuses and if so consider are other options. For C. Quote I love cracker barrel especially the country fried steak. Much about the mafia I'm going with see. You're right. Turns out that the young Mr, Guy, phone love with cracker barrel when he was visiting his father in prison in Illinois and his various family members said, yes. No. All right that's one correct second question Mafia guys are known of course for their colorful nicknames. Why was Salvatore Vitale? An underboss in the banana family. New. York. Known as good looking sal was it a before he became a made man he modeled menswear and the JC Penney catalog be he wants foiled an attempt in his life by spotting his would be assassin behind him in a mirror where see because he insisted that his underlings call him good-looking sal. No idea. So Hey, you're gonNA get a no, he was not a model before he became a made man. He just insisted that everybody call him good-looking sal apparently you didn't say no to looking Sal I don't know if you were allowed to pick your own nickname. Would you go something that you know that complementary I don't know. I guess Oh. All right. Last question if you get this, you win at all prosecutors believe that the dumbest mobsters ever with the two sides involved in twenty eleven crooked deal in New York in which what happened A one side sold cocaine, which was really crushed up sheet rock to the other gang for money which turned out to be counterfeit. Be One gang sold a building. They didn't own to another gang which tried to tow it away or see a gunfight broke out when to gangsters showed up at a party wearing exactly the same pin striped suit. all so good. I'm going with again. You'RE GONNA go again you're right. That's what happened. Guys trying to sell the cocaine wasn't really cocaine they got money that wasn't really money twenty-three men ended up in jail when all the dust, the sheet rock dust settled. Well, that explains one of my Saturday nights a couple of weeks ago. Bill, how did John Doing our quiz got two out of three meaning she is a died in the wall winner. Jonah Mendez is the former chief of disguised for the CIA and the CO author of the Moscow rules. More information can be found at the master of disguise dot Com Jonah or whoever you may really be. Thank you so much for being on our show is a pleasure to talk to you. This was as fun as I thought it would be. Very,.
"mendez" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Laundry and do MOMS hand. That was John Hudson Washington Post, national security reporter who reported Benjamin Netanyahu's dirty laundry congratulations Isaac. You got it right your credit to your school one are prize, and of course, a point for Joel, for just telling that story. So well, thank you so much for play. Thank you so much peters. Great to be on. With you. Thank you so much. I take care you too. And now the game we're really interesting people get asked about things that somehow failed to interest them until now it's called not my job a lot of people who work at the CIA say it's nothing like the movies no skulduggery sneaking around or disguises, but not Jonah. Mendez she actually did all that cool spy stuff and for many years. As chief of disguises Jonah, Mendez. Welcome to wait wait. Don't tell me. Here so I. First of all, when I found out that you existed, I also found out that the headache chief of disguise. Is, that was that actually your title a lot of people are amazed at that title. Yeah. We had quite an effort underway in the field of disguise and and there's a very famous story just to sort of start right off with your level of expertise that you went in to the oval. Office. With the first president, Bush disguised as somebody else and he couldn't tell yes. Yes. It was full face mask king with their. I looked great and and according to the story you asked him to guess what you were demonstrating. He couldn't do it in the new stood up and pulled off your face and. He had been chief of CIA I, remember that. So he kind of knew where the where the level of expertise was this mask I was showing him was just notching it up about four levels. I mean it was it was a huge leap in technology. and. I told him that I was gonNA showing the latest disguise stuff that we had and he's looking like, where's your stuff and I said I'm I'm wearing it but I'm gonNA take it off and show it to you and he said Oh don't don't take it off and he got up and he came and he looked and he walked around he said okay. So I I did that Tom Cruise feel. which should be called the Shawn Mendez fuel because I was looking. Ahead of Tom Cruise, getting. And I'm holding this thing up in the air and the White House photographer took a picture of it. Wow. So we have this moment captured in in all time. It took me ten years before they decided to send it to me really and they airbrushed the mask out of my hands what? What in my library you know in the wall where you put all your good enough I've got a picture of myself sitting in front of the desk of the president of the United States with my finger in the air it looks like lecturing him. So you got involved in the say a back in the sixties, right? Because you were dating somebody who are married to somebody who turned out to being the CIA. Is that right? Yeah. I left Wichita Kansas to go. In a friends wedding in Germany and I basically never went home right I stayed I got a job at Chase Manhattan Bank couldn't I've never worked in a bank I didn't speak German I couldn't do math what was the fourth thing I didn't have a work permit and they hired me I'm never turning down a wedding and Again that's how it can turn out when they found out that you got a job in Germany with no banking experience not speaking German completely. That when they realize, you would be an excellent spy. Anything Never asked me that question so you got into the. And did they immediately send you out on spy work like you know to Seduce Mary? And the things that we all seem in the movies? I was the secretary for the director of this office called Ot s was the cue or you've seen this before you compared what you did to the cube ranch and the James Bond movies. We made the the gear, the equipment, the toys that the case officers like the like the laser eyeglasses, the turned into submarines, that kind of thing. If you if you brought us a good idea and it was feasible and you really needed it, we would probably make you one but. We we were a little different than the movies because q would always handle weapons off and James would lose them. He would break them. He would you know sorry I just imagine you watching James Bond Movies and getting upset about what James Bond was doing with his tools like damage aims to put it back in the case. That's right. I WanNa know how are you allowed to tell us all this? This seems like the kind of information that we're only supposed to speculate about. But never actually know these things happen. They must really know the NPR audience. We've written enough books everything in those books is approved. What's your favorite disguise? You ever did that you can tell us about. How well? It would be one that my husband did but I I helped him with it. Before you go on I should clarify for the audience that your husband and assume you're talking about is Tony Mendez north no longer with us who was among many other things the character played by Ben Affleck in the movie argo that was him that was your husband. He's the man who told Ben Affleck that he wasn't good looking enough to play him. About time someone took Ben Affleck. down. Please proceed with the story. So Tony was showing our office director this new operational technique GONNA use it in Moscow tons of the end of the hall inability didn't use. He's wearing Ranko got a briefcase where suit starts walking down the hall yet forty five steps in forty five seconds to cover this ground and in that forty five steps he turned from Amanda Business Suit with a briefcase to an old lady and a pink scruffy thing with a shawl gray hair pushing grocery cart. Wait a minute. Hang it this lady out of here. She's a witch. She's not. She's a witch I did I did read were you said that you could make a man into a woman or woman to a man but something about the character of the CIA agents the men didn't WanNa have to become women now they didn't. Neither did US Marines. Really how often did you have to ask a marine to become a woman? Now and then. Wade professional or just a private interest of yours. I know if your child won the Halloween contest every year always really so Are you at all serious and if so can you tell us about some of the disguises or costumes that you helped her child create? What I remember one from cats where Just do we could do a great cat face I remember one that was unconcerned. Attached to each other, and then we discovered that no one could go to the bathroom all night because the whole patch ago. Wait a minute you child and his friend. He was a son were all pumpkins to each other's they'll walk around as a group actually that was Tony Me. You'd think to experience CIA agents would realize that if they're attached by the stem. Difficulty? We got into that stuff. Now, it's fun well Jonah, it is a pleasure to have you here but we haven't fact invited you here to play a game we're calling disguise sure. But how about those guys we were thinking? You're an expert in disguise but what do you know about those guys meaning of course, the Mafia answer two to three questions correctly and win a prize for one of our listeners, the voice of their choice on their voicemail. Bill. Who is John Mendez playing for Jillian Edwards of Orlando Florida. All right. You ready to do this and all right. Here's the first question. John. A GOTTI is the son of John. J Gotti. The famous Mafia don but his friends and relatives realized that junior was not cut out for the family business when he said what a quote wait, you mean Dad's not in the sanitation industry..
"mendez" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Tell me hi, this is Isaac Rosa from West Warwick Rhode Island Hey Isaac I have been to West Warwick Rhode Island when everybody to know what do you do all? Of and I. Really. What do you do there I am a second grade teacher in West Kingston Rhode. Island at the Meadow Brook Waldorf School that's always wondered what exactly is a Waldorf school just based on the muppets I just assumed that you sort of say mean things to the students from a window, but that can't be. No it's a it's a little different from Matt It's an alternative style of learning. That's Yeah. We spend a lot of time outside and we spent a lot of time with kind of the natural arts. Are you sure this isn't like some type of Harry Potter. School. In first grade, it's all about building ferry gnome houses out of trees and six and things like that. Kind of rural campuses. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's Harry Potter. Our school building burned down two years ago and rebuild. So we're rising Phoenix from the ashes. You say, you say like the order of the Phoenix. I think it's great to have you with us. You're GONNA, play a game in which you must tried to tell truth from fiction bill. What's X. Topic? Be My guest by terrible guests when people tell their guests to make yourself at home? No actually means that I mean, have you seen what people do at home this week we heard about a notably bad house guest. Our panelists are going to tell you about a pick the one who's telling the truth. You'll win our prize the waiter of your choice on your voicemail ready to play. He asked I am all right I. Let's hear from Joel Kim Booster. It's hard to talk about. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu without bringing up a little baggage and today I'm not talking about human rights violations our next in parts of the West Bank either I'm talking about actual baggage in this case bags and suitcases full of literal dirty laundry. All foreign leaders are extended the courtesy of laundry services while they stay in America and iron shirt here a dry cleaned dress. They're reasonable requests. Any busy head of state might have but according to. Accounts from staff members across multiple administrations. The Netanyahu's like a college kid home from spring break bring actual suitcases of dirty laundry for us to clean. But America isn't the only country. Netanyahu seizes his own personal laundromat. The laundry issue first surfaced after reports that the prime minister and his wife took a whopping eleven suitcases on a one day trip to Portugal, in December, which raises a different set of questions entirely like how many dirty pairs of underwear can one despot actually generate? Benyamin Netanyahu prime. Minister of Israel always brings his dirty laundry with him when he visits so that his hosts can wash it. Your next story of a horrible house guest is from Dulcie say Sloan. In September nineteen ninety nine Garth Brooks released his garth brooks in the life of Chris Gaines album and no one knew what to do even though the album was a commercial success at left fans and critics confused. So Brooks abandoned the rock alter ego professionally. The Chris Gaines has never left brookside his EMA entertain smokey I'd Mr Hyde is no to destroy hotel rooms in a very interesting way he makes everything black the entire room an bathroom wall ceilings floors are covered in black paint the bed linens or changed to black all the furniture is covered in black fabric. Every lamp is replaced with candles and a candelabra is hung from the ceiling dripping wax all over the room. When asked to pay for damages as he was at the Wyndham Hotel in Rosemont Illinois in two, thousand, fourteen Mr Books responds that he is not responsible for the damages because Chris Gaines was staying in the room. The hotel has was never able to recover the funds to repair the room and is now called the Dracula sweet. It's booked on Halloween till twenty twenty-five. Turns out that Garth Brooks is a fine guest but his alter ego Chris Gaines, just absolutely rex hotel rooms your last one star visit a report comes from Alonzo Boden. Many ladies and not a few men dream of being visited by the mighty thor. That is actor Chris Hemsworth. But beware 'cause Thor always brings Odin with them and Odin stinks the large Mr. Hemsworth has a tiny Shitsu dub named. He takes everywhere with him and Odin. Well, he has a gas problem. It's well known in Hollywood that when Kristen is little od won't come over for dinner the meal is served outside or not at all. I've spoken to him about it says his assistant Mary but Chris is like the farmer that can't smell his own livestock I'll tell you this. I was wearing this mask long before the corona virus. Rumor has it that Scarlett? Johansson demanded to be killed off in the last adventure movie just because she couldn't take it anymore we all thought it was cute. Big Guy Little Dog. Then he visits your trailer said Brie Larson who played Captain Marvel. Yeah my character can breathe in a vacuum of space but she can't breathe at. All right here your story of an unwelcome guest is it from Joachim Booster Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel always brings his dirty laundry for his hosts to do from dulcie Sloan Garth. Brooks. Stays at your hotel but it's Chris Gaines who leaves a mess or from Lonzo Boden. Chris Hemsworth. Great guy good looking his dog very smelly and he always brings the dog with them which of these real story of a notable person you don't. Want to stay with you. Well in Waldorf schools we always study nurse mythology around the fourth grade and I know it's not that one. So I'M GONNA have to go with Netanyahu's dirty laundry. Your choice is Joel Story of Benjamin. Netanyahu will we spoke to reporters who broke this important story Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is acting like a college student terms home from college and just throws a bag of.
How Have Hispanic Americans Helped Shape the U.S.?
"Brain Steph Lauryn Boban here. Here in the United States, it's Hispanic heritage month, which officially began as Hispanic Heritage Week in nineteen, sixty eight. Unlike many other campaigns that observe and honor the contributions of a particular group of Americans Hispanic heritage bump run throughout. September. But rather starts on September fifteenth and continues through mid. October. So, why does it start in the middle of the month? Well, a Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala Honduras. Nicaragua. All celebrate their Independence Day on September fifteenth. Mexico's is on September Sixteenth Chili's is September eighteenth and believes independence. Day Is September twenty first. By, stretching into October, the holiday also includes de la Raza on October twelve, which is a kind of rejection of Columbus Day because of Christopher, Columbus's many crimes against humanity and see our episode on Columbus Day for more about that. De la Rosa instead celebrates the melding of Hispanic races or Raza, and cultures. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, let's talk about three times at Hispanic Americans have changed the course of history. Some three hundred years after Spanish, conquerors became the first non native Americans to view the Mississippi River and later the Grand Canyon one host. Jeff Marianne Hernandez helps smooth transfer of the territory of Florida into US rule Florida was still part of Spain when Hernandez was born in Saint Augustine in seventeen eighty four. But that changed when he was selected to serve in the House of Representatives and was sworn into duty in eighteen, twenty three as the first Hispanic person to serve in. Congress. In historical context Hernandez being a slave owner is a controversial figure. Still. He remains the first one, hundred twenty eight Hispanic people to serve in the. US Congress. Maybe of more relevance today is the first Hispanic senator elected to a full term in Congress. New Mexico's Dennis Shabas in nineteen thirty five. We spoke with Paul Orbits Historian at the University of Florida. He said in addition to being the first American born Hispanic senator. He's critical for the time we live in because he fought on behalf of all working class. Equally, he fought for higher wages legislation he fought for people to have the right to organize a union he fought for more progress and you as foreign policy for Latin America he organized N. Double ACP leaders against Jim Crow Segregation. Then, a Chevette as one of those people we can use Hispanic heritage month to talk about our connection other people's democratic struggles. Today's Congress. The one hundred sixteenth has forty seven members of Hispanic heritage. Hispanic Americans also helped turn the tide of the civil war. Some twenty thousand were involved in the conflict. While some in the southeast sided with the confederacy especially those who came from wealthy families with plantations or other businesses in Louisiana Alabama more supported the union. or it said a lot of Mexican American soldiers fought on the side of the Union army in the southwest and actually helped defeat the confederacy in the southwest. Hispanic people in the West back the Mexican government to and celebrated the country's defeat of the French at the battle of Puebla on May fifth of sixty two single Demayo in a victory that may have helped prevent the French from siding with the confederacy and thus ultimately helping the Union win. A bit more modern only about eight years before the US Supreme Court ruled in Brown versus the Board of Education, that segregation in public schools is unconstitutional as Spanish schoolgirl showed the way. Sylvia Mendez a Puerto Rican and Mexican heritage was just eight years old when she and her brothers were denied enrollment into the white only Westminster School district in Orange County in nineteen, forty three. At the time about eighty percent of California, school districts were segregated. Her Parents Gonzalo. Felicitas Mendez enlisted other parents to fight the decision and they took the school board to court. After appeals that were abandoned short of the US Supreme Court Mendez Versus Westminster became the first successful federal school desegregation case in the nation that was in nineteen, forty seven. The case was important arguing that segregation itself even if schools were separate but equal was harmful unconstitutional under the fourteenth amendment specifically, the clause, the calls for protection of the laws for all citizens. In appeals Sylvia's case was argued by Thurgood Marshall who went on to argue for the
As If Things Werent Bad Enough, Snakes Still Slithering Around Out There
"Kobe nineteen police brutality the twenty twenty presidential election. We're living through turbulent times here in the US characterized by chaos violence and widespread uncertainty, and now as if things weren't bad enough experts, today have confirmed that snakes are still slithering around out there will be ours Marcy Hammond joins us now with more Marcie please tell us there's been some kind of mistake. Well, I hate to say it Leslie but this is true on top of everything we're dealing with right now snakes are in. Fact Alive and kicking Dr Stanley Mendez a biologist from Stanford University shared the terrible news at a press conference earlier today take a listen team of our top researchers has discovered that snakes still exist these legless creeps continue to sling through gardens, lurk under rocks and drag their lousy bodies across American soil. At first we thought perhaps they were just a part of a garden hose or a really big worm but unfortunately, they are definitely still snakes. No Man are they shirt because a buddy? Of Mine killed one a few years ago. That was living under a shed that didn't take care of the problem for good I'm afraid not. It looks like snakes are pretty much here to stay. It's like this nation just can't catch a break. You're telling me now snakes certainly aren't the most pressing issue right now what with unemployment skyrocketing ice on violence the OPIOID epidemic change products that promise to restore your hairline, but just make your scalp single but remembering that snakes out there. To watching waiting, it just doesn't help at all exactly a- pandemic is one thing but a pandemic and snakes. It's all just too much and with virtually no legislation moving forward in the House or Senate. Many Americans are feeling justice helpless on the issue here single mother Amanda. Schumacher who represents one of millions struggling to cope every day I, wake up and wonder how I'm going to feed my children how I'm going to afford it if I get sick and are there any snakes outside? Even, worse, what if there are snakes inside? Then what am I going to have to quit my job and fight off AACSB fulltime? That's heartbreaking Marseille Ernie precautions we can take to avoid snakes like say standing on a chair in the center of the kitchen authorities are currently advising that anyone who sees a snake should be fully prepared to point and yell snake. That's all isn't there. Anything else we can do not really I mean if you want, you can take a picture with your phone to show everyone how gross it is a just when you thought twenty twenty couldn't get any worse I guess our only hope at this point is that they all accidentally get stepped on and that's right. Leslie will just have to wait and saying,
Arrest Made In Murder Of 16-Year-Old On Dallas Pedestrian Bridge
"Year old Carlos Vidal Mendez has been arrested for a shooting that killed a 16 year old boy on the Ron Kirk pedestrian bridge and dad. US Saturday, police said. When they arrived at the scene, they found Christopher Alexis Rivera on the ground with a gunshot wound to his head. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Another victim, a 21 year old woman, was also found with a gunshot wound and she was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Hours after the incident, police arrested Menders and booked him into jail and charged him with murder. Police say Rivera and Mendez have been involved in an argument that led to an exchange of gunfire. The woman was hit in the crossfire.
Washington - Maryland Police Officer Accused of Providing Confidential Information to Prostitute
"Prince George's County police officer has been indicted on a misconduct charge, county officials say. Corporal Ivan Mendez gave confidential information on ongoing police investigation to a prostitute once the criminal proceedings and we will begin our administrative Investigation to determine Corporal Corporal Mendez his future with the agency. That's interim Prince George's County Police chief Hector
"mendez" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"You're just. Not quite sort of what bad and face the day yet, even suspending post dream state. And I find that's the best place from which to right. So. I found it inevitable. Really the the the music ended up in the book. And you know I'm always surrounded by music music was. The one thing I really had that was outside of the Organization of witnesses when I was a child, because my mom had such amazing taste in music and played amazing records all the time from the sixties to the nineties, and so that music stayed with me as kind of as sort of maybe the main. Thing to take. That was joyful from my childhood. it's my hinterland, so yeah, it was inevitable that it would make the in terms of the sex scenes in the Senate descriptions, music and Food Etcetera I. Think I'm very sensory. Very sensory writer. And I really. Sort of decided quite early on. In sort of making thought. Pass the narrative, but I would still come wrong. Jesse shoulder and I wanted the reader to experience everything. Would with his sort of frames of reference, and because it's never had sex before. He doesn't really have the sort of. He's never even really seen. Porn or anything thought before he come from being a really sort of sheltered. Jehovah's Witness to suddenly being in London and having all the options in the world to have sex with men so for him. He is we're seeing it as he is seeing, and he is describing it as he. Has the the world's for and often those words pretty. Straight up. Well listen all the words in this book are together wonderful and I'm not the only one who thinks it's getting tremendous reviews. You've been taught ten lists all over the place I know it's getting a huge amount of interest outside of this country, and in other forms, and so all I can do is wish she huge with rainbow milk because pull Mendez. You deserve it. Thank you very much. That's very kind. Brenton milk by Paul Mendez published by dialogue books, and it's out now. You've been listening to meet the writers. Thanks to the production team of nor whole and Charlie film court you can download this show and previous episodes from our website or APP from soundcloud. Mexico or chains I'm Georgina Godwin thank you.
"mendez" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"And you know this is something that black face for a very long time, and so it's a real honor and a privilege for me to be doing an I. May in which that work is front and Center not censoring the the White British Kinda nor any other cannon. This is the kind of. which you are apart. Hopefully. Yeah I'd like to think because there are so few. Especially Latte choir British. Novelists who'd been published especially in the last five ten years, but that might be will be sort of you know important to that for that reason. But it shouldn't be. That should not be the case you know there should be. There are so many people like me with amazing stories to tell and I think the publishing industry's to sort of figure out ways to support them. Sometimes, that needs to be an intervention. sometimes they needs to be an intervention young black writers earlier on in their careers. Then you know the sort of average white writes a WHO May. You know making huge generalizations. But. Generally speaking black writers come from. Post. Wind Josh families who are of alluring come who necessarily afford to support them while doing something like writing and I know a lot of Rights as From the Jamaican, Jesper, whose families don't support them, because they sit as a a viable career. And you know we just have our in challenges and I think sometimes. To really needs to sort of locker individual case cases and come up with ways to support office because the work has. Can Be very good. Do you just have to really put your faith in in young writers? Has Your mother read it? I haven't spoken to my mother for quite a long time, so I have no idea. Is that question? How would you feel if you knew she had read it? Well I would hope that she would I mean the character that I've written. Jesse's mother is different from my mother. It's not exactly. You Know Jesse as a mother. I have a mother. And a relationship is examined..
"mendez" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"Which was Apart College Greenwich University. quit after nine months, but then stayed in Tunbridge and went to start like as level psychology and English literature. On that's when I started writing. After reading James Baldwin's Tom out on the train's been gone and JT, Leroy's hottest deceitful flip of all things as well as watching. The film Amores Perros. Sort of very different orange jet treats Jesse I've got him straight to London I. Then moved to Birmingham after that year in Kent two years in Kent. For a while, I was walking up Selfridge's and the boring. And then came out and the first person I met I kind of moved in with I suppose, and he encouraged me to take up acting so I applied to this particular dramas called the Sun did appealing. and. Got a half scholarship, so I moved to London in the late summer of two thousand and four studied is very full-time significant acting. Because it wasn't degree I couldn't get student loan, so I had to find a way to. Much money as possible in as little time as possible and sex. What kind of suggested itself through the contacts? That I'd made as soon as I moved to London. And so I suspect our profile and making money, and I was sort of in class from nine to five Monday to Friday that sort of a client in the evening, and we and that managed to pay my fees as well as my rent I'm giving me an extra for the first few months, but then when it becomes contiguous with my experience in the book is with the scenario and the. The sexual assaults scenario and the own situation again, though in this is a fictional cards that I've created for Jesse as a support and someone to be with and to explain these things to, but I did have a housemates while who wasn't extra his witness, and gave than going through similar things to to what I was, and he was the one who gave me thoughts sort of comfort. And that sort of listening ear, and unfortunately we lost touch, but most of the what's graphical stuff. You. Know the reason for keeping things in an leaving at was simply by the negative shape of the book now just looking at the various relationships in the book. Of course there is that man who is the person that abused you. There are parents you've chosen to replace your real father with a white stepfather, which of course gives you the opportunity to explore a lot more about race? The reason I did that was merely to well first of all distance myself from. which had struggled to do for quite a long time, especially writing in first person, which is the? Style that the big heart for availing time. And in. Third Person and creating the character of Graham the stepfather. Yes..
"mendez" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"I've just never really felt like. I'm bound to a particular social group socially. I feel like I can associate with and identify with people from all ages, backgrounds races genders. A lot of my childhood was spent visiting elderly system accommodation, having tea with them bits gardening for them, instaflex about and. Felt completely natural and ensure it did for them, and that's one of the sort of really good things about the witness community is is quite obviously as long as you follow very strict set of rules. It is actually very sort of welcoming and. Yeah people just live in watts together associated with each other. It doesn't really matter what race you're from. Because everyone subscribe to the same attitudes, and you sort of one the now whether that's problematic in itself because the attitude, your space, subscribing to others richer associated normally with you know White middle-class very sort of frame living. Group. And I guess that can lead to internalize racism as more because you sort of revoke. Anything, that isn't sort of necessarily. White Middle Class I. Notice. You sometimes say we and sometimes say they. How connected are you to the faith? Not at all, and that's pretty subconscious. Freudian slip I spoke. To say we and it's interesting you say about because our in says that suggests in the novel late you. You still say we as if you're one of the. Jesse at that time is twenty years old and has only been out of the Organization for a few months, whereas I left when I was seventeen so over twenty years ago. But I guess that's just the level of indoctrination that somewhere still I kind of. Feel like. Tell us about the circumstances of your leaving. While I was baptized at sixteen, and then at Seventeen I. was this fellowship and it wasn't the way. It is Jesse in the Nova fictionalization. But I I did get drunk with another brother, but it wasn't anything to do with I mean I came out to four years later..
"mendez" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"This is the relations Georgina Godwin? My guest today was born and raised in the black country, an historic part of the Industrial West Midlands his novel Rainbow Milk Observer Top. Ten debut is a coming of age tale mapping the journey of a young black gay man with Jehovah's Witness upbringing making a fresh start in London. It's a semi autobiographical work, which offers a fearless, meditational race, class, religion, freedom and sexuality. Pull it such a pleasure to be speaking and I, just have to set up where we are and why we're here, so meet. The writers is a really intimate Pergamon normally the people that I speak to I have met before I have some kind of a relationship with as I do with you and we do it either in the confines of a studio who we do it at a book festival somewhere, but it's face to face, and you can read body language and really interact with the person. person that you're talking to and of course over the last few weeks that hasn't been possible, and whilst it has meant that I've had much greater pool of people to call from because I phone people on the other side of the world, it has meant of course that it can't be face to face and so today. We can't have you in the studio, but we're having a war again here. Together on hamster teeth and part of the background noise I have to explain. Is My dog Bella? One of the reasons. I felt justified in bringing her. You have a dog in your and she is in fact, called ballots, so we are going to pretend that this is a tribute to might. And the. That's why she's allowed to be here. And of course there are various other dogs barking in the background, but we'll try and ignore that. This book is semi autobiographical, and so it's really important. I think for us to start with you telling us your own story. Now you were boone in what's called the black country, and if you could first just explain what that is for the benefit of non-british listeners are the country as a triangle in the West Midlands roughly covering the areas between West Bromwich Wolverhampton and Dudley. so-called because of two hundred years of coal, mining, et, Cetera, and as a fine coal dust find black coal dust covered everything for a very long time. It's sort of moderate famous for being the place..
YouTube Reschedules 2020 Graduation Event With Obamas, BTS, Beyoncé Due to George Floyd Memorial
"Going on today is the re scheduled dear class of twenty twenty graduation ceremony celebration that was supposed to take place yesterday but it got postponed a day because of the commemorations and memorials are going on in Minneapolis for George Floyd but this is the event at which First Lady Michelle Obama former president Barack Obama beyond say lady Gaga B. T. S. Katy Perry I mean it's it's a star studded event of messages in music that will be taking place on YouTube this afternoon Camilla Kobe will be part of it I got to think if she's part of a John Mendez is going to be part of it Chris Martin khallid Cynthia a Revo Ben
Why Is Plankton Our Tiniest Unsung Hero?
"One of Earth's unsung heroes is also among its tiniest plankton. A single celled algae. It's barely visible to the eye. But it contributes to some of the world's most important resources it's essential to the food chain. It's a main supplier of oxygen and it's the fuel that keeps our cars running and our homes heated these organisms. No bigger than a human hair float. The sunny upper parts of the Ocean. The two main types of plankton phytoplankton and zooplankton support one another phytoplankton and organism so small. The millions can fit in one drop of water produces its own energy through photosynthesis accounts for nearly half of all photosynthesis on the planet zooplankton which are tiny animals in. Crustaceans like Copa Pods. Along with other small fish and marine creatures eat phytoplankton. Then become food for bigger fish and so on up the food chain from seals dolphins virtually every creature in the Ocean. Each either plankton or an organism. That depends on plancton in a David versus Goliath. Battle filter feeding baleen whales like the humpback rely on tiny organisms. Such as plankton and Krill. A filter these whales take huge gulfs of water than use their tongues to push out liquid. So foods like Krill. Plankton remain right. Whales also swim up and mouthed through plankton filled waters. They trapped the plankton and third tongue. That pushes the organisms down their throat but plankton role in the food doesn't stop in the ocean polar bears and seabirds rely on Plankton. Fueled meals like seals and fish. Even humans. Count on fish and therefore plankton to survive Americans loan eat around fifteen and a half pounds or about seven kilos of fish and shellfish per person per year. That's a whole lot of plankton. Plankton itself is making. Its way toward dinner tables. It's not common in restaurants yet. But on Angelina and Nuno Mendez. Both shafts of Michelin starred restaurants in Britain added Plankton to a special event menu in two thousand thirteen. This included delicacies. Like a plankton cocktail and plankton risotto. Leon told the UK newspaper Metro. It's velvety dry. Before mixing it with liquid silky ones mixed oily an elegant pungent on the nose yet subtle and leaves a long finish in the mouth while it's still wearing restaurants. Plankton is slowly catching on. According to fine. Dining lovers plankton producers Spanish agriculture company Phytoplankton Marino are growing microalgae for human consumption and one chef even tried his hand at Phytoplankton bread. Plantains earthly contributions go beyond the food chain. Marine plants like FIDO PLANKTON KELP and the plankton. Pretty seventy percent of Earth's oxygen in fact pro chloro- caucus type of phytoplankton produces the oxygen for one out of every five breaths a human takes and IDA plankton superpowers. Don't stop there. Not ONLY DO THEY HELP. Produce Oxygen through photosynthesis phytoplankton take carbon from the atmosphere during the process of living and store it in the ocean. They die which ultimately helps curb climate. Change this is similar to the process. Trees used to store carbon in leaves since photosynthesis consumes carbon dioxide. The carbon is basically stored in each plankton. A one group of scientists found that FIDO plankton incorporate up to forty five to fifty billion tons of inorganic carbon into their cells and that petroleum. We used to fuel our cars. It's made reprocess. The dates back to ancient seas and also involves that tiny superhero of an organism plankton when plankton die they sink to the bottom of the oceans. Here debris settles on top of them and chemical reactions transform the materials into waxy kerogen and Bittermann a black tar. That's one of the main ingredients of petroleum the carriage and also undergoes further changes as it heats and it becomes what's known as crude oil or if temperatures are even hotter natural gas plankton may be essential but the small organism is also a little bit trixie scientists too long struggle to accurately predict fido plank to numbers and growth rates. But that changed in two thousand five thanks to Nasr's satellite observations and thus reported that scientists can figure out phytoplankton numbers based on how green water is when phytoplankton get stressed by cold water. They become less green phytoplankton. Rich waters become greener as conditions and growth rates improve. Oh and by night. Plankton filled water conglo through the organisms bioluminescence electric blue green red or orange researchers estimate phytoplankton makes one percent of all of Earth's biomass. That's the total mass of organisms. But that number is dwindling study published in the journal Nature in July of twenty ten showed that gradually warming ocean waters have destroyed some forty percent of earth's phytoplankton since nineteen fifty whether we know it or not all. Humans rely on this micro algae. That's why a forty percent decrease or more is worrisome.
BTS Wins Favorite Music Group At 2020 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards
"Boy band BTS was the big winner at last night's kids choice awards the annual awards show on Nickelodeon was held remotely this year because of the pandemic with winners appearing through video conferencing BTS won for best music group Shawn Mendez won for best male artist and Arianna Grande won for best female
"mendez" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Hero in Russia. They didn't kill him so he a good ending is one of the few has one of the few good endings so he was so decorated that if it came out he was the spy. It would've just been damaging to the country's morale like well if he's by maybe. This place is going to Helena handbasket. That kind of I think it's that kind of thing I think that's what it was. But he knew or he thought he knew he said. Thank you actually. He said some things that were really profane but they were just heat of the moment. No way in Hell GonNa leave the motherland. Wow I mean those guys have brass balls you all do honestly like it's really reading the book. You're like Oh gosh what's going to happen next. Please don't kill to He got killed. You know it's really upsetting in the risk level is so high even like you said before you don't even meet these agents for years and years and years because it's too dangerous to do. There was one situation in which I think the guy had done something with the wax of the ink and he had spilled a decoder Stefan it and it obscured the message. Would Have you destroy the coded message. What do you do? You have to explain in the next drop like hey sorry war hog seven. Hq spilled coffee over that thing. You just risked your life to give us. Can you just make another one and drop it off real quick? What can you even do? I think that was the Harry's moment in the book that was an operation that my husband was. He happened to be in station. When that happened. This message came in the message was the agent had prepared the message. Wrong hit used. It sounds ridiculous. He used the wrong kind of paper he used paper with it. Had A wax like butcherblock. What's your paper butcher? Might put some meat in it. So it's waterproof. That's not what you're supposed to do. He had written it in cursive instead of block. Letters cursive is harder to read. If you're doing secret writing hit just sent this message. And when they went to develop it Secret writing and it's not lemon juice in heat or is very sophisticated system but the developer had alcohol in it. So what you take the letter. And you basically floated in a tray of liquid that has alcohol in it that and only that will develop the message so the man that's developing it not my husband but another man he puts it in the tray. And you do it by inspection. You Watch it. And he's looking any. He sees the message he sees it. Come up it's just like developing photograph. So he can see the messages all in Russian. He can't read it but he can see it and he goes to pull it out of the liquid and the letters just float off the page and dissolve and it was a nightmare because this particular message was so.
"mendez" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Everywhere around us but they weren't really after us. They were after the Russians that were working with us. They were after the people in their country that were committing treason. Were betraying their country. Working Press and if they could get to those people they would execute them and they did that so much pressure and I definitely want to discuss that later in the show because there are some very specific examples of people that just sound like they either had a tolerance for stress. That was well beyond just not even in the solar system is the level of trust that the rest of have or they were wired completely differently and I wonder what you think about that. But this is nineteen seventy-six Moscow. And what through eighty five? What time period are we talking about here runs up to about eighty nine and I think in the book I think the first case we talk about was really our first case there? That was in sixty three. That was at the beginning when we were unable to basically manage an espionage case in in Moscow that one only lasted eighteen months and they found him and they arrested him and they execute him was only been coffee. That's so terrifying looking back. Eighty nine not that long ago it is but it isn't and I was born in one thousand nine hundred. I'm not even forty right now so to have a country that's like this in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine so to tell. -Tarian is crazy. I've been to North Korea a few times and I would imagine it's kind of similar. North Korea seems I can't imagine anything more controlled than North Korea. But maybe it's possible. I'm not sure North Korea's almost in a category of its own. I haven't been to North Korea so I can't really comment but I've read a number of books about it about how it operates about how they control their citizenry and I mean. We've all seen little peek set. What happens if step out of line including if you're an American student over there who pulls a poster off wall you know incomes home basically brain dead so they yeah they know how to keep the lid on and how to keep their people marching in line. What's interesting about this? I think a lot of people will be like. Oh America's not free either. I always get those emails after I do shows like this but I think what people don't understand is the reason that they were able to keep such a tight grouping of you at a tight embrace on you is because they don't have any back then they had no semblance of freedom. They could lockdown anything. They wanted people had no right so they could just absolutely flood the city with state resources and monitor everything and everyone and that type of thing is just not possible in a free society. Would you agree with that people who speak that way? Probably haven't travelled very widely. You almost need to go take a look at the other possibilities places that you could have been but you weren't places that you could be living today but you're not. You're living in the United States to really appreciate the freedoms that we have. You know I I never WanNa talk about politics. When I'm talking about this book but it ebbs and it flows there are people who would like to tighten up security. There are people who are much more relaxed about security but even when security is tight back here doesn't even begin to approach. What some of these foreign countries but their citizens through I watch documentaries all the time and I saw recently in Belarus and there's a group of students that do these plays that are kind of like. Hey we should have more freedom and look. They're locking down or internet and they get busted beat up by cops and thrown in jail and they go missing. It's really crazy to have a country like that in Eastern Europe in two thousand twenty. You know there was a rock band in In Russia will be. They called Pussy Riot. Yes she was on the show. Actually really yeah sorry. I didn't hear that I'd like to hear one of them. Talk about it but it was a great opportunity for the government to make a statement to remind their citizens that this is not allowed. This is what will happen faith through her in prison for years and they had her making uniforms and they were beating up and salting are she's toughest nails. You'd have to be to be in that position. She's just one of the toughest people that I know. She's a true. Her international notoriety is an artist is for a good reason. What's strange is you know you think. Oh who's GONNA commit treason against their own country? They must hate Russia. They must hate the United States. She actually loves Russia in hates Vladimir Putin so she's very specific about that. I said why do you still live in Russia? And she said I would die without it I would suffocate without it. I'm Russian Vladimir Putin and his cronies we have to get rid of so she is just not afraid of anyone obviously a lot of Russians have that same visceral attachment to their country. They love their motherland. It's hard to separate them from it. We've exfiltrated some people we've had defectors come out from Russia. They come to this country they see all these choices. They have in a drugstore. You have to choose from like forty kinds of toothpaste. They have trouble coping with that and a lot of them. Get very very morose and depressed and discovered that they would like to go back. That's what Russia now of course capitalist more or less I mean yes. There's a lot of cronies stuff going on there. And that's a whole that's a whole different show. We talked about some of that with bill browder before foot having that kind of environment in communism like Old School. Stalinism or Leninism. I guess it would be called. Well I don't know I'm not up on that. It's either North Korea's certainly Stalinist having that kind of society with no choice and no free commerce to miss that is kind of like an alien notion to those of us who grew up in the United States or the Western world at all. That's right you know the mark that Stalin left on that society carries on today. If you sit down with a Russian couple and you say that your family history in your country. What part of Russia were they from? How did that go? You almost always hear the stories about the purges you'll hear stories about arrests and murders where their widows were orphans. There were just these tragedies on a scale that we can't imagine stolen was just he was just so brutal isn't even a big enough word for what he did and he left a mark that continues today. There are people in Russia who can't proceed further in their careers because say their grandfather worked with the Bolsheviks or the white Russians there's a mark there's mark in their personnel files somewhere that says they can't be trusted they can't be promoted beyond a certain level and that's one of the things that drives that citizenry into our arms. They hate that part of Russia. They that piece of Russia and that is a catalyst for them to work with us. I have a friend who I grew up with and went to college with him and lived with his father. Has I think too. And he worked for Dupont and had a pretty darn good career guy with two chemistry. Phd's I said. Why did you leave Russia? And they said well. I wasn't allowed to have a job because I'm Jewish and they said we have to. Phd's what a waste of human capital and needs to know why they're doing how they're doing compared to countries that don't deal with that kind of thing exactly. Yeah so going back to the Moscow rules. I think it was at a CIA official that quoted in the book. That said it would be easier to run agent on Mars that Dick Helms one of one of our legendary chief CIA. That was his comment. And it was right on the mark. There's something like fifty thousand KGB agents in Moscow to counter the CIA and other foreign intelligence agencies just thinking about that. I read that I wrote that down and going over my notes this morning. I thought I think the town I grew up in which was not that small had forty thousand people in it now. It was next to other towns so it seemed larger for that reason but fifty thousand people. There's you'd need multiple high schools. That's the size of the University of Michigan campus including all staff and faculty all the students from all the different university campuses in the area. That's still more people you know that number came from Oleg Kalugin and only was KGB officer. He didn't defect quality lives in the United States now. He transplanted himself he became he became disenchanted with KGB and he went into politics in Russia he was in the parliament for awhile and then he decided he'd start a new life over here they had already taught him as a spy in the KGB. Perfect English I mean only came and just fit right in these board member of the international spy museum. Now he's a Russian representative there He was the one that gave me the number. I hadn't seen that number until I interviewed him. I interviewed Jack. Barsky also on this show. Who Have you heard of him at all? Yes yeah that kind of story to know that that's happening is absolutely crazy. Because when I look at the people who let's say defect which is the wrong word but the people that go and they move over to Russia. It's like Steven Seagal where we're just kind of like all right. See you later. Nobody's going to miss you. You know. It's not some high level parliamentarian who decides to go start living in Washington DC or Manhattan. Because they're sick of it. It's somebody who's kind of generally not stupor beloved type of person and has maybe a rough or strange passed in actually prefers authoritarians over normal societies. And that's I think speaks a lot. I'M NOT ANTI RUSSIA BY ANY MEANS. I think the police fascinating and I think the people are brilliant. Two Cultures Amazing foods amazing. I pretty much like everything about that. Other than some of these major sort of little tags on the reputation of the way that they treat people. It's hard to say that as an American given our track record but it it is different and I wonder what you think about that. Because it's definitely there were kind of not really in the same league when it comes to health society functions. In my opinion you know in the thirties and the forties. There were a lot of Americans who were interested in that experiment going on in Russia. They kind of bought into that idea of this capitalist state where you worked as hard as you needed to and and you will get everything that you needed to carry on. It was interesting. A lot of people went that way for ideological reasons. You meant communist right. Yeah I'm sorry. Yeah and then that tapered off entirely and the ideological flow shifted and the people that they would come to us were looking for our society our freedoms our openness our our ability to live a life unencumbered by all of the restrictions that you find Moscow now the embassy in the Soviet Union. They discovered later head microphones in all the rooms to price. The price ceilings but even in the foundation during construction. I always wondered about this. I thought how come if we're building a embassy that's obviously going to be used for intelligence and diplomacy in a country that might be hostile to the United States. How on Earth can we build that? Where there's no spy gear placed into the actual fabric of the building? And that obviously happened. You know what I'm talking to a public audience like it was yesterday and we get to this point if it comes up first thing I say. How many is there anybody? Here who's worked for State Department? Usually there is not because then I talk about State Department in not best terms the seat we were given originally an old building. It was an apartment building and the United States embassy was in that building for many many years. It was a fire hazard. It was the electricity. Didn't work everything was wrong with it and it was sprinkled with bugs of course then we decided that we needed a new embassy and the Russians decided that they needed a new embassy in DC. It's always reciprocal. Whatever we do at one an embassy we can do to the other. They move forward together so they started building their embassy in. Dc WE started building our new embassy in Russia but State Department brokered the whole deal and stay department for all the wonderful things that they do. Security is not nearly as high on their list is it is at CIA show for starters they gave the Russians the highest piece of ground in Washington. Dc and that's where they built their new embassy which is allowed them to intercept all kinds of microwave. Signals I mean from that kind of point of view. It's an ideal location. They gave us the lowest point in Moscow. It's almost down in a little bit of swamp so we started out on the wrong foot. State Department decided that there was no reason that the pieces of our building couldn't be pre assembled by Russian citizens the pre cast concrete. Rebar the big pieces that go into making. A high-rise building was all put together in Moscow whereas the Soviets in Washington DC insisted on bringing all their workers and no American touched anything not a brick when they built the Soviet.
"mendez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Mendez was a legend inside the CIA because of the role. He played in rescuing. American diplomats trapped inside revolutionary Iran in one thousand nine hundred eighty he became widely known to the rest of us outside the agency in two thousand twelve which is when he was portrayed in the Oscar winning film Argo, which is about the rescue. Tony Mendez died over the weekend. He was seventy eight and NPR's. Greg Murray has this remembrance in the movie version of his life. Tony Mendez is played. By Ben Affleck who insists he knows best. How to save the six Americans in Iran's capital, Tehran. The only way out of that city is the airport. Go do cover identities forum you sending a Moses he takes him out on a commercial flight the American secretly took refuge in the Canadian embassy after a reunion revolutionary storm. The US embassy in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine taking more than fifty hostages who were held for more than a year. The CIA called on Mendez because he had a specialty exfiltration he could slip into hostile countries and bring people out safely as the Ben Affleck character explains to those being rescued they also need to know their cover story. Look, they're gonna try to break you, okay? By trying to get agitated you have to know your resume back to front in Tehran Mendez and the six Americans posed as Canadian film crew armed with false passports. They talk their way past suspicious guards and made it out on a Swissair flight in an interview with the international spy museum Mendez described watching his real life drama on the big screen. I was sitting there in my season. Gee whiz. I've done that before. And this is exactly how it feels during a twenty five year CIA career Mendez served as the agency's chief of disguise he worked closely with Hollywood makeup artist to bring their techniques to spycraft. Now. A lot of people are aware that are disguised program was informed by some of the special effects people in L A that Mendez's wife Jonah she had a long CIA career as well. And also served this chief of disguise in an interview with NPR last month. John Mendez said her husband who was of Spanish and British ancestry. Was a natural spy Tony had one of these demeanor. And one of these looks that he fit in almost everywhere. He could be Pakistani he could be Mexican. He had a great look Mendez was long retired. When the Argo movie came out in in this interview with it today show, he had a drawl take on his late in life fame. Mostly. Movies about the CIA. They have the guy a deranged assassin what we're hoping is. We're going to start a new trend. Guys, lovable, Tony and Johnny Mendez wrote several books about their clandestine work a joint effort completed shortly before Tony Mendez died Saturday of complications from Parkinson's disease recounts, their work in the Soviet Union. It's called Moscow rules, and it will be published.
"mendez" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Watch live on the YouTube stream. All right. Every hour of the radio show. We're joined by Javier Mendez from American kickboxing in San Jose's their head coach. Also the founder of the gym. He'll be in the corner of Ebner number made off skew's me as he defends his title versus Conor McGregor coach. You said it and you were very honest. Appreciate the honesty. If you stand for five rounds, this isn't gonna go, he's way. I mean you gave respect to Connor skills. Even though he'll be was in crew is improved as his standup. His bread and butter is wrestling, and then. The vicious ground and pound that he has, you know, is just as overall grappling game his cardio and a lot of people listen to these interviews. You know what I mean? And we're in Vegas and trust me. You hearing you saying that is making me feel a little bit better because on my staff picks I picked to be. He's never lost. He's been an active fighter and just feel like there's a few things going against Conor McGregor Conor McGregor is a great fighter most popular fighter of all time. He's won titles in two way classes, but at the end of the day to sport moved on without him, he decided to come back after almost two years. And I'm sorry, I think he's just going up against the freight train, but I have said. That if a bee is where to stand too long, man, I, you know, I think Conners got a lot of pop and he can be a very dangerous fight for her be. How do you make sure that everything you said, you know that I've said, and I'm sure you've heard other people say that it stays up here with Vive is like a little mini fight the whole time of a male alpha male that goes out there and maybe does want to just put it on someone, but they have to stick to the game plan..
"mendez" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"The radio show i love this shawn mendez is on the show today shawn mendez say this i don't know if he would normally be on the cbc he is a huge gigantic popstar like top forty pop star and i'm so grateful that we have the opportunity to sit down and talk to this product and he knows that he is a thing that is sold his is selling records he signed videos he selling merchandise based on him and talk a little bit about what's that like i would have thought he'd be a little bit more cynical or a little bit ruder kind giving and grateful young fellow from pickering on terrier shawn mendez is on the show plus the screen panel on the netflix of movie theaters seeing a lamb on the gender neutral door awards and still van nouvelle on his new book oh and a s are you know the thing we do stuff like this anyway it's the relaxing ear candy show starts now if you wanna render your social media if you want a quick way to render your social media accounts completely useless just interview shawn mendez it's wild at aired on the national last night or interview with them introducing in a second but oh your twitter and your instagram are just full of accounts like mendez army fortythree and i love sean twenty just tagging photos.
"mendez" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"From los angeles ballet i'm shawn mendez shawn mendez in my blood turn it up mark opponent you we're just friends is that the walls cave sometimes lacking giving.