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"milagro" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:02 min | Last week

"milagro" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Called this team <Speech_Music_Male> soft <Speech_Male> and then blamed it on their <Speech_Male> manager Greg. Birthday, yeah. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> Add that to it. <Speech_Music_Male> Yeah, <Speech_Music_Male> I think I addressed it. <Speech_Music_Male> You know, <Speech_Male> that's a ship. <Speech_Male> That's a performance. <Speech_Male> That's character. That's <Speech_Male> personality. <Speech_Male> That <Speech_Male> goes for Greg bergholtz with two. <Speech_Male> Greg <Speech_Male> berhalter has been a lot of <Speech_Male> things during World Cup qualifying <Speech_Male> and beyond. <Speech_Male> The process of how <Speech_Male> they hired him, <Speech_Male> the 13 months, not <Speech_Male> with the team. There was an <Speech_Male> interim, the time lost. <Speech_Male> Neither of those <Speech_Male> things on him. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> You could take the <Speech_Male> job, take the job, my man. <Speech_Male> So yes, it is on him, <Speech_Male> okay? No, I mean, <Speech_Male> you can't say that, <Speech_Male> oh, he didn't work for <Speech_Male> 13 months, so I'm going to count that <Speech_Male> against him. <Speech_Male> I don't care <Speech_Male> if he's with Columbus crew. <Speech_Male> That's not <Speech_Male> the fam. And neither here nor <Speech_Male> there. Let me <Speech_Male> get what I want to say, <Speech_Male> okay? <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> This team has shown <Speech_Male> me something different. <Speech_Male> And that includes Greg <Speech_Male> berhalter, the <Speech_Male> personality, <Speech_Male> the character, <Speech_Male> the intensity. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> How they compete, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> they've <Speech_Male> not been soft in this <Speech_Male> World Cup. That is for <Speech_Male> sure. Yeah, no doubt. All <Speech_Male> right, so let's get to our <Speech_Male> third and final <Speech_Male> tweet here <Speech_Male> on check dimensions. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Let's see. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Percentage chance <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> either Costa <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Rica <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> or Mexico <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> will be the <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> second team through <Speech_Music_Male> to <Speech_Music_Male> the round of <Speech_Music_Male> 16. Yeah, I do feel <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> like we need the Jim <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Carrey meme here. So <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> you're telling me <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> there's <Speech_Music_Male> a chance. <Speech_Music_Male> I wish we had the SPI <Speech_Male> to help us <Speech_Male> with this. What do you <Speech_Male> think? <Speech_Male> Who <Speech_Male> do you think has a better chance between <Speech_Male> the two? Let's <SpeakerChange> start there. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> Costa <Speech_Male> Rica's already got three <Speech_Male> points. Yeah, but <Speech_Male> so does Spain and <Speech_Male> Costa Rica, Japan <Speech_Male> and Costa Rica controls <Speech_Male> their own destiny. Mexico <Speech_Male> does not. That's a clear <Speech_Male> distinction between the two. <Speech_Male> But Japan's <Speech_Male> pain and already qualified <Speech_Male> Spain team. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> You see <Speech_Male> what I'm saying? Yeah, <Speech_Male> like there's no incentive <Speech_Male> for them. Spain <Speech_Male> could rest guys. <Speech_Male> Spain even when they rest, <Speech_Male> guys. Still pretty <Speech_Male> good. And <Speech_Male> I think we saw Japan <Speech_Male> maybe come down a notch <Speech_Male> from what we saw against Josh. <Speech_Male> They mean <Speech_Male> 5 wholesale changes. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Disrespect excuse <Speech_Male> me, Costa Rica and they're in this position. <Speech_Male> I think <Speech_Male> of the two. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Mexico. <Speech_Male> Yeah. <Speech_Male> Because I could see them <Speech_Male> beating <Speech_Male> sorry, I could see them <Speech_Male> beating Saudi Arabia. <Speech_Male> One zero, if you will. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> In this Argentine <Speech_Male> team doesn't, <Speech_Male> it <Speech_Male> doesn't really <Speech_Male> make me <SpeakerChange> feel. That's <Speech_Male> what I'm saying. You're counting <Speech_Male> on Mexico <Speech_Male> winning and scoring, <Speech_Male> which they haven't done. And <Speech_Male> you're also counting Argentina <Speech_Male> kind of <Speech_Male> that win. Dominating. <Silence> Well, <Speech_Male> sure, if Poland were <Speech_Male> to win, that would help you. Or Argentina <Speech_Male> crushing <Speech_Male> Poland and helping <Speech_Male> the goal difference for you there. <Speech_Male> So <Speech_Male> yeah, you're kind of got <Speech_Male> more outs. <Speech_Male> Well, you just <Speech_Male> need so much help. <Speech_Male> But they've got more outs. <Speech_Male> Whereas Costa <Speech_Male> Rica, <Speech_Male> I mean, <Speech_Male> you've got the gold <Speech_Male> differential against you. You're <Speech_Male> not mathematically <Speech_Male> out, but <SpeakerChange> you're out <Speech_Male> pretty much, you know? It's <Speech_Male> a matter of time. What are you putting <Speech_Male> it out for Mexico? <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Like 10%, <Speech_Male> or is that too much? <Speech_Male> No, that's not <Speech_Male> too much. Is it enough? <Silence> <Speech_Male> 17%. <Speech_Male> 17 <SpeakerChange> percent <Speech_Male> chance from Hercules <Speech_Male> Gomez that Mexico <Speech_Male> will pull <Speech_Male> un milagro <Speech_Male> and get up. 14% <Speech_Male> chance. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I <Speech_Male> like it. I like it. <Speech_Male> I see what you're doing there. <Speech_Male> I'm not gonna say it's a troll <Speech_Music_Male> move,

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"milagro" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:56 min | 7 months ago

"milagro" Discussed on WGN Radio

"David Castile Sunday Night at club escape Castile gave stamps a ride home and went up to his apartment Court records show later that night a neighbor saw blood in a hallway and called police Once on scene they found stamps covered in blood outside near a dumpster He initially told officers he fell down the stairs and landed in a pool of blood but then later admitted he hit the victim numerous times with a hammer while inside his bedroom claiming self defense Decided there was more than enough evidence to bring about murder charges despite that self defense claim Amazon's ending its ban on an employee cell phones in its warehouses pressure on the company increased after 6 workers died when part of its warehouse in down state edwardsville collapsed during a storm last December Employees said they were cut off from weather warnings their phones could have provided Chicago tortilla maker el milagro is accused of flagrant violations of state labor laws according to the tribune the Illinois Department of Labor alleges the company denied proper meal breaks to workers The report cites more than a hundred violations in 7 months resulting in more than $11,000 in fines El milagro is disputing the allegations The American society of civil engineers here in Illinois is out with its infrastructure report card for the state And once again it's a C minus The group looks at the condition of performance of infrastructure as well as needed investments for improvement The society says there have been improvements in roads and bridges but the state continues to have one of the largest shirts shares of lead service in water pipelines in the nation civil engineer Patrick Locke In drinking water we highlight the lead problem the lead service line problem that is a major safety issue that we are concerned about with our citizens who have lead service lines The civil engineers gave the state a C minus grade not just this year like four years ago but even four years earlier in 2014 WGN sports Josh Friedman the White Sox lose their third series in a row falling 5 two to the royals They welcome Joe Maddon and the angels to guaranteed right for a four game set The cubs dropped their rubber match with the defending champion braised 5 to one Now head to Milwaukee for a weekend series The bears did not have a pick in the first round of the NFL Draft They have two in round two picks 39 and 48 overall for new GM Ryan poles The Blackhawks hire cubs assistant GM Jeff Greenberg as their associate general manager and the sky will host the WNBA All-Star Game July 10th Josh Friedman WGN sports The forecast from the WGA Chicago weather center today cloudy and breezy showers later tonight a high of 65 cooler lakeside a rainy Saturday and windy storms could turn severe Saturday night I have 70° The Sunday is the better weekend day partly sunny windy maybe an isolated shower I have 63 and the next storm sweep through the area Monday night and next Thursday night Right now it is cloudy and 47 Ed O'Hare warmer 52 at midway I'm James Sears.

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"milagro" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

05:41 min | 9 months ago

"milagro" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Up, Hollis to the final furlong. He leads by a length over Greeley and Ben in second. Bob's edge is flying in the center of the racetrack, but he's still two and a half from the front, but he does have momentum. Hollis has the lead. Here's bob's edge trying to go last to first and look at him blue boy. Bob's edge two lane trist bob's edge. Wow. So bob's edge, Larry Jones, back in the graded stakes winner circle scores here from well off the pace he was last early on and he kind of was a little more of a stalker he type last year. Obviously it's smaller fields that sometimes tends to happen more. But it seems like this year, at least his last 5 starts, you know, he's been a little further back at least positionally and comes with that big run and this was another one where, you know, I think that that fact that they kind of stacked up up front. They went 21 and four while they were stacked up, so they were going quickly, but Hollis was covering ground out wide there. You know, three wide into the turn. You heard vik say accurately in the call, like Hollis looked like he wanted to try to get over and then all of a sudden Greeley and Ben slips through and then needing to know slips through and he needed snow was between horses. To me is one of the worst spots to be in when you're between horses and in this case there was one to his inside and two to his outside when he kind of steadied. But when you're between horses and you're a little behind him, I always think that's the worst place. Now, on the turn, I think it gets amplified 'cause on the turn is where everybody kind of wants to try to keep tucking in more, right? Down the back stretch sometimes you'll see geisel. Horses will be three across the track and then you look at the head on and there's two paths between each of them. So yes, there are three across the track, but they're not in the tight quarters that they are going into the turn. And I think it's a much more distressing position to be and when you're just behind and between horses or when you're just behind and you're down on the rail and the other horse is right you're outside. Like to me, it's so rare that horses a, come back through there and be don't end up kind of pulling themselves out of there or just backing up. It's just a tough spot to be in. But Luis ketones and bob's edgy, a big, big close, a telling tryst also came from off the pace, just kind of got outrun in the last 16th there, but ran a very good race. And really Ben was a part of that early mix and was still battle in a way. Just a super game horse greeting in Ben and then Hollis actually ended up fading back to fourth after the somewhat wide journey in my horse faded back to last. But yeah, very cool day at Oakland park, the whitmore I just thought was just kind of a neat event we'll say. Kudos to them for a fun day of racing. I watched a fair bit of Oklahoma, which I hadn't watched a ton this meet again. They kind of run as we're, you know, as we're going and then when we finish, they're still going by the time I get home, it's kind of over. Talk about a couple of the other stakes races going on from around the country over at aqueduct. The cicada stakes it was lady scarlet, Kendrick Carmouche rallying from off the pace to get the win. This was the race I talked about, you know, it looked like there was a fair bit of early speed and then something kind of had to give and lady milagro and maldon, who both showed a lot of speed in previous starts all at mansion, of course, only had. The one start for ray handel, but they ended up going out and kind of going after it a little bit, 22 flat 45 and three, and kinder Carmouche kept lady scarlet just out in the clear, you know, 5 wide and rolled by him and really poured it on down the stretch to score nicely for Mike maker. Ray handel's horse should hold on nicely for second. They were way clearer really, really super strung out field. And, you know, I was going to say two year olds, but they're not. They're three year olds and at this point, but lightly a lightly raced group of three year olds how about that. But Kendrick good to see him get a nice win. I feel like we haven't had kit. We had Kendrick on once and it's been, it's been a few years. Maybe he maybe Kendrick's a guy to add to the guest list here. Down at beautiful Gulfstream park in Florida. I was trying to think if I'm going to be able to get down there once more 'cause I'm going down to the pop for the Gabe versus Pete match race, which is only two weeks from today. April the fourth, I believe it is. But it's going to be on a Monday Tuesday, so no Gulfstream running. We do have a Sunday off the week before Kentucky Derby at Tampa. So I thought maybe I'll go down there, but then I'm going to drive home or back to Oregon to grant's pass like the next week. So do I really want to drive four hours each way to Miami after I did it three weeks before, just to then drive across country? I think that feels like that feels like a lot on the old car. So it might not get down to GP again, but I had a nice day there before Christmas, and then I got COVID. I'm blaming, I'm blaming Miami for giving me COVID back before Christmas because when I was down there, I came back at like two or three days later. Boom. And they said that the only crime was a faster transmitter. So I'm blaming Pete and the team at Gulfstream. Actually Mayo, you were my tour guide there, probably you. No, Ashley's great. Love Ashley. The talk also in part, the Hutchinson stakes, which a lot of people kind of made no to this. And I kind of agreed, you know how, you know, races do this, right? Race is ebb and flow. In terms of their history, their importance and what have you. And the hutcheson was kind of erased that, you know, this used to be a grade two race for a lot of years. And then it became a grade three and now it's listed. And I mean, you go back and look at some of the horses that want it. Okay, Gladiator kings, but he's a nice little sprinter. But the funny bone, captain candyman can, wildcat red,.

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"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"What nobody wanted by geoffrey. Lewis voltage this is democracy. Now i mean good with one gonzales. We end today's show in chicago. Where workers at on the law growth tortilla plant station temporary walkout to protest low pay staff shortages and abusive working conditions including intimidation and sexual harassment. When they return to work discovered management had locked them out in retaliation. This is el milagro worker. Ama- gonzales they didn't let go back to work. We had our personal belongings inside the plan. In my case i'm pregnant. My medicine was still inside and they denied us entry. This is not fair. we're simply fighting for our rights. We're not trying to harm the company. L. milagro claims and ongoing Shortages due to supply chain issues but organizers say the company's lost staff due to their poor treatment of workers including their mishandling of the pandemic last year. Dozens of workers got sick during a covert outbreak. Five died this is another magog or worker. My team solace in cool changed up occupy peck tortilla packages per minute case. Put it on a pallet and come right back. Because if i don't keep up this pace tortillas will fall off the machine and they'll blame me. Workers have given el milagro management until end of day wednesday to respond to their demands. The company was founded in chicago in one thousand nine hundred fifty by raul lopez. Mexican immigrants cells tortillas around the country for more we go to chicago to speak with horrid mujica strategic campaigns organizer at arise chicago. Or you've been working closely with the workers for several years. Can you talk about what the demands are. And what will happen on wednesday. Yes thank you very much. Good morning on wednesday. Nothing yet because we gave or the workers gave the company a deadline to the end of the day but on thursdays surely workers are going to come back and demand answers from the company. Their main demands are a fair wages kale because the company's paying only forty cents above minimum wage on at the same time advertising new jobs for sixteen dollars so sixty cents bowl people who have been working there for ten fifteen twenty and twenty years. That's the most important that man they say. The allegra needs to track me workers and that is going to happen if they increase wages and the other one is definitely to reduce the speed of the machines. Workers are telling us. Is that the company instead of offering better wages. I'm hiring more. People is just cranking up the machines so they have to pack eighty packages per minute. I mean less than one second to pac twelve thirteen years. Gluing paper envelope on the in the in the boxes. So that's insane. They say okay. They increase the speed of the machines. But they can't increase hours meet. We are not machines so they want to put a stop on that it. Could you talk for people who are not familiar with milagro the importance of this this facility and the plants that it has in the in the mexican american community of milagro tortillas are famous throughout chicago in the mid west and the fact that it's largely a mexican ownership as well. Yes they are the most famous and largest maker in the mid west. They've you go by one of the plans. They they have five plants and three restaurants. If you go to one of the plans are four o'clock in the morning you would see. Trucks lining up from ohio from iowa from wisconsin wisconsin michigan. I mean this is Amazing millions of tortillas every day. They're incredibly famous. They are good and they are good. Because it workers really you know Put their best there for two to produce this thirty s and this is family owned just one family controls the whole consortium and they are steal the with practices belonging the nineteen seventies under the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. They they only by call new machines every year but conditions are really awful. This is a sweatshop and last year over eighty of the employees. Came down with colbert and five die. What kind of health and safety a protocols were they using their non at all and We have all pretty much criminal behaviors. There where they forbade workers to wear face masks. They told them that. No the know. The workforce was going to feel unstable if they saw anybody wearing face masks. So they'd they'd be metal. Al anyone to do it for a while. On -til of course off diseases spread and people started dying and then they shut down one of the five plants to clean it out. But as we're told the workers last year the the machines sneeze. This is people to people person to person contagion solo. The workers got up together and impose know some basic precautions and then down the line. The company decided to to respect social these units era. But this is crowded. Space designed for production is not designed as any other productions space is not designed to take care of people's health is designed to produce merchandise and getting money can you what about the sexual harassment allegations as well. Sorry yes. there are several sexual harassment. Accusations workers complained that they have denounced the to management and what management does is to move the supervisor from one plan to the next one instead of solving the problems that have training their supervisor instead of raising really would've standards and where he can you talk about what happened to the workers after they Had their rally last week. We just played air to matt gonzalez Chuck being pregnant and being locked out of punch couldn't get her medication. What the plans are for tomorrow for wednesday. We had called the police and the police came an open of the planning to allow workers to to get their personal belongings and the next day we went with it. Workers through report to a human resources and human resources simply gave off saying we will pay you for the hours. You're lost yesterday. The lockout saw it was a round victory for workers. The workers are demanding. Now is the plant. The management to sit down with the management just hired a union boston to go and talk to them about how bad unions are workers. Say he's talking about unions. We're talking about decency. We are talking about wages. We are talking about the heat. In the workplace they work at ninety five degrees including their mealtime. The launch room. Ninety five degrees. That's what we want to talk about.

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"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"What nobody wanted by. Geoffrey lewis voltage. This is democracy. Now i mean good with one gonzales. We end today's show in chicago. Where workers at on the law growth tortilla plant station temporary walkout to protest low pay staff shortages and abusive working conditions including intimidation and sexual harassment. When they return to work discovered management had locked them out in retaliation. This is el milagro worker. Ama- gonzales they didn't let go back to work. We had our personal belongings inside the plan. In my case i'm pregnant. My medicine was still inside and they denied us entry. This is not fair. we're simply fighting for our rights. We're not trying to harm the company. El milagro claims and ongoing shortages due to supply chain issues but organizers say the company's lost staff due to their poor treatment of workers including their mishandling of the pandemic last year. Dozens of workers got sick during a covert outbreak. Five died this is another magog or worker. My team solace in cool changed up occupy peck not packages per minute case. Put it on a pallet and come right back. Because if i don't keep up this pace tortillas will fall off the machine and they'll blame me. Workers have given el milagro management until end of day wednesday to respond to their demands. The company was founded in chicago in one thousand nine hundred fifty by raul lopez mexican immigrant cells tortillas around the country for more. We go to chicago to speak with horrid mujica strategic campaigns organizer at arise chicago. Or you've been working closely with the workers for several years. Can you talk about what the demands are. And what will happen on wednesday. Yes thank you very much. Good morning on wednesday. Nothing yet because we gave or the workers gave the company a deadline to the end of the day but on thursdays surely workers are going to come back and demand answers from the company. Their main demands are a fair wages kale because the company's paying only forty cents above minimum wage on at the same time advertising new jobs for sixteen dollars so sixty cents above people who have been working there for ten fifteen twenty and twenty years. That's the most important that man they say. The allegra needs to track me workers and that is going to happen if they increase wages and the other one is definitely to reduce the speed of the machines where workers are telling us. Is that the company instead of offering better wages. I'm hiring more. People is just cranking up the machines so they have to pack eighty packages per minute. I mean less than one second to pac twelve thirteen years. Gluing paper envelope on the in the in the boxes. So that's insane. They say okay. They increase the speed of the machines. But they can't increase hours meet. We are not machines so they want to put a stop on that it. Could you talk for people who are not familiar with milagro the importance of this this facility and the plants that it has in the in the mexican american community of milagro tortillas are famous throughout chicago in the mid west and the fact that it's largely a mexican ownership as well. Yes they are the most famous and largest maker in the mid west. They've you go by one of the plans. They they have five plants and three restaurants. If you go to one of the plans are four o'clock in the morning you would see. Trucks lining up from ohio from iowa from wisconsin wisconsin michigan. I mean this is Amazing millions of tortillas every day. They're incredibly famous. They are good and they are good because it workers who really you know Put their best there for two to produce this thirty s and this is family owned just one family controls the whole consortium and they are steal the with practices belonging in the nineteen seventies under the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. They they only by call new machines every year but conditions are really awful. This is a sweatshop and last year over eighty of the employees. Came down with colbert and five die. What kind of health and safety a protocols were they using their non at all and We have all pretty much criminal behaviors. There where they forbade workers to wear face masks. They told them that. No the know. The workforce was going to feel unstable if they saw anybody wearing face masks. So they'd they'd be metal. Al anyone to do it for a while. On -til of course off diseases spread and people started dying and then they shut down one of the five plants to clean it out but as we're told the workers last year the machines sneeze. This is people to people. Person to person contagion solo. The workers got up together and impose know some basic precautions and then down the line there. The company decided to to respect social these units era. But this is crowded. Space designed for production is not designed as any other productions space is not designed to take care of people's health is designed to produce merchandise and getting money can you what about the sexual harassment allegations as well. Sorry yes. there are several sexual harassment. Accusations workers complained that they have denounced the to management and what management does is to move the supervisor from one plan to the next one instead of solving the problems that have training their supervisor instead of raising really would've standards and where he can you talk about what happened to the workers after they Had their rally last week. We just played air gonzalez Chuck being pregnant and being locked out of punch couldn't get her medication. What the plans are for tomorrow for wednesday. We had called the police and the police came an open of the planning to allow workers to to get their personal belongings and the next day we went with it. Workers through report to a human resources and human resources simply gave off saying we will pay you for the hours. You're lost yesterday. The lockout saw it was a round victory for workers. The workers are demanding. Now is the plant. The management to sit down with the management just hired a union boston to go and talk to them about how bad unions are workers. Say he's talking about unions. We're talking about decency. We are talking about wages. We are talking. About the heat. In the workplace they work at ninety five degrees including their mealtime knowing the launch room. Ninety five degrees. That's what we want to talk about.

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"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"What nobody wanted by geoffrey. Lewis voltage this is democracy. Now i mean good with one gonzales. We end today's show in chicago. Where workers at on the law growth tortilla plant station temporary walkout to protest low pay staff shortages and abusive working conditions including intimidation and sexual harassment. When they return to work discovered management had locked them out in retaliation. This is el milagro worker. Ama- gonzales they didn't let go back to work. We had our personal belongings inside the plan. In my case i'm pregnant. My medicine was still inside and they denied us entry. This is not fair. we're simply fighting for our rights. We're not trying to harm the company. L. milagro claims and ongoing tortilla shortages due to supply chain issues but organizers say the company's lost staff due to their poor treatment of workers including their mishandling of the pandemic last year. Dozens of workers got sick during a covert outbreak. Five died this is another magog or worker. My team solace in cool changed up occupy peck tortilla packages per minute case. Put it on a pallet and come right back. Because if i don't keep up this pace tortillas will fall off the machine and they'll blame me. Workers have given el milagro management until end of day wednesday to respond to their demands. The company was founded in chicago in one thousand nine hundred fifty by raul lopez. Mexican immigrants cells tortillas around the country for more we go to chicago to speak with horrid mujica strategic campaigns organizer at arise chicago. Or you've been working closely with the workers for several years. Can you talk about what the demands are. And what will happen on wednesday. Yes thank you very much. Good morning on wednesday. Nothing yet because we gave or the workers gave the company a deadline to the end of the day but on thursdays surely workers are going to come back and demand answers from the company. Their main demands are a fair wages kale because the company's paying only forty cents above minimum wage on at the same time advertising new jobs for sixteen dollars so sixty cents bowl people who have been working there for ten fifteen twenty and twenty years. That's the most important that man they say. The allegra needs to track me workers and that is going to happen if they increase wages and the other one is definitely to reduce the speed of the machines. Workers are telling us. Is that the company instead of offering better wages. I'm hiring more. People is just cranking up the machines so they have to pack eighty packages per minute. I mean less than one second to pac twelve thirteen years. Gluing paper envelope on the in the in the boxes. So that's insane. They say okay. They increase the speed of the machines. But they can't increase hours meet. We are not machines so they want to put a stop on that it. Could you talk for people who are not familiar with milagro the importance of this this facility and the plants that it has in the in the mexican american community of milagro tortillas are famous throughout chicago in the mid west and the fact that it's largely a mexican ownership as well. Yes they are the most famous and largest maker in the mid west. They've you go by one of the plans. They they have five plants and three restaurants. If you go to one of the plans are four o'clock in the morning you would see. Trucks lining up from ohio from iowa from wisconsin wisconsin michigan. I mean this is Amazing millions of tortillas every day. They're incredibly famous. They are good and they are good because it workers who really you know Put their best there for two to produce this thirty s and this is family owned just one family controls the whole consortium and they are steal the with practices belonging the nineteen seventies under the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. They they only by call new machines every year but conditions are really awful. This is a sweatshop and last year over eighty of the employees. Came down with colbert and five die. What kind of health and safety a protocols were they using their non at all and We have all pretty much criminal behaviors. There where they forbade workers to wear face masks. They told them that. No the you know. The workforce was going to feel unstable. If they saw anybody wearing face masks. So they'd they'd be metal. Al anyone to do it for a while. On -til of course off diseases spread and people started dying and then they shut down one of the five plants to clean it out but as we're told the workers last year the machines sneeze. This is people to people. Person to person contagion solo. The workers got up together and impose you know some basic precautions and then down the line there. The company decided to to respect social these units era. But this is crowded. Space designed for production is not designed as any other productions space is not designed to take care of people's health is designed to produce merchandise and getting money can you what about the sexual harassment allegations as well. Sorry yes. there are several sexual harassment. Accusations workers complained that they have denounced the to management and what management does is to move the supervisor from one plan to the next one instead of solving the problems that have training their supervisor instead of raising really would've standards and where he can you talk about what happened to the workers after they Had their rally last week. We just played air gonzalez Chuck being pregnant and being locked out of punch couldn't get her medication. What the plans are for tomorrow for wednesday. Yeah well we had called the police and the police came an open of the planning to allow workers to to get their personal belongings and the next day we went with it. Workers through report to a human resources and human resources simply gave off saying we will pay you for the hours. You're lost yesterday. The lockout saw it was a round victory for workers. The workers are demanding. Now is the plant. The management to sit down with the management just hired a union boston to go and talk to them about how bad unions are workers. Say he's talking about unions. We're talking about decency. We are talking about wages. We are talking. About the heat. In the workplace they work at ninety five degrees including their mealtime knowing the launch room. Ninety five degrees. That's what we want to talk about.

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"What nobody wanted by geoffrey. Lewis voltage this is democracy. Now i mean good with one gonzales. We end today's show in chicago. Where workers at on the law growth tortilla plant station temporary walkout to protest low pay staff shortages and abusive working conditions including intimidation and sexual harassment. When they return to work discovered management had locked them out in retaliation. This is el milagro worker. Ama- gonzales they didn't let go back to work. We had our personal belongings inside the plan. In my case i'm pregnant. My medicine was still inside and they denied us entry. This is not fair. we're simply fighting for our rights. We're not trying to harm the company. El milagro claims and ongoing shortages due to supply chain issues but organizers say the company's lost staff due to their poor treatment of workers including their mishandling of the pandemic last year. Dozens of workers got sick during a covert outbreak. Five died this is another magog or worker. My team solace in cool changed up occupy peck tortilla packages per minute case. Put it on a pallet and come right back. Because if i don't keep up this pace tortillas will fall off the machine and they'll blame me. Workers have given el milagro management until end of day wednesday to respond to their demands. The company was founded in chicago in one thousand nine hundred fifty by raul lopez mexican immigrant cells tortillas around the country for more. We go to chicago to speak with horrid mujica strategic campaigns organizer at arise chicago. Or you've been working closely with the workers for several years. Can you talk about what the demands are. And what will happen on wednesday. Yes thank you very much. Good morning on wednesday. Nothing yet because we gave or the workers gave the company a deadline to the end of the day but on thursdays surely workers are going to come back and demand answers from the company. Their main demands are a fair wages kale because the company's paying only forty cents above minimum wage on at the same time advertising new jobs for sixteen dollars so sixty cents above people who have been working there for ten fifteen twenty and twenty years. That's the most important that man they say. The allegra needs to track me workers and that is going to happen if they increase wages and the other one is definitely to reduce the speed of the machines where workers are telling us. Is that the company instead of offering better wages. I'm hiring more. People is just cranking up the machines so they have to pack eighty packages per minute. I mean less than one second to pac twelve thirteen years. Gluing paper envelope on the in the in the boxes. So that's insane. They say okay. They increase the speed of the machines. But they can't increase hours meet. We are not machines so they want to put a stop on that it. Could you talk for people who are not familiar with milagro the importance of this this facility and the plants that it has in the in the mexican american community of milagro tortillas are famous throughout chicago in the mid west and the fact that it's largely a mexican ownership as well. Yes they are the most famous and largest maker in the mid west. They've you go by one of the plans. They they have five plants and three restaurants. If you go to one of the plans are four o'clock in the morning you would see. Trucks lining up from ohio from iowa from wisconsin wisconsin michigan. I mean this is Amazing millions of tortillas every day. They're incredibly famous. They are good and they are good. Because it workers really you know Put their best there for two to produce this thirty s and this is family owned just one family controls the whole consortium and they are steal the with practices belonging the nineteen seventies under the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. They they only by call new machines every year but conditions are really awful. This is a sweatshop and last year over eighty of the employees. Came down with colbert and five die. What kind of health and safety a protocols were they using their non at all and We have all pretty much criminal behaviors. There where they forbade workers to wear face masks. They told them that. No the you know. The workforce was going to feel unstable. If they saw anybody wearing face masks. So they'd they'd be metal. Al anyone to do it for a while. On -til of course off diseases spread and people started dying and then they shut down one of the five plants to clean it out but as we're told the workers last year the machines sneeze. This is people to people. Person to person contagion solo. The workers got up together and impose know some basic precautions and then down the line there. The company decided to to respect social these units era. But this is crowded. Space designed for production is not designed as any other productions space is not designed to take care of people's health is designed to produce merchandise and getting money can you what about the sexual harassment allegations as well. Sorry yes. there are several sexual harassment. Accusations workers complained that they have denounced the to management and what management does is to move the supervisor from one plan to the next one instead of solving the problems that have training their supervisor instead of raising really would've standards and where he can you talk about what happened to the workers after they Had their rally last week. We just played air gonzalez Chuck being pregnant and being locked out of punch couldn't get her medication. What the plans are for tomorrow for wednesday. We had called the police and the police came an open of the planning to allow workers to to get their personal belongings and the next day we went with it. Workers through report to a human resources and human resources simply gave off saying we will pay you for the hours. You're lost yesterday. The lockout saw it was a round victory for workers. The workers are demanding. Now is the plant. The management to sit down with the management just hired a union boston to go and talk to them about how bad unions are workers. Say he's talking about unions. We're talking about decency. We are talking about wages. We are talking about the heat. In the workplace they work at ninety five degrees including their mealtime launch room. Ninety five degrees. That's what we want to talk about.

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07:36 min | 1 year ago

"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"What nobody wanted by geoffrey. Lewis voltage this is democracy. Now i mean good with one gonzales. We end today's show in chicago. Where workers at on the law growth tortilla plant station temporary walkout to protest low pay staff shortages and abusive working conditions including intimidation and sexual harassment. When they return to work discovered management had locked them out in retaliation. This is el milagro worker. Ama- gonzales they didn't let go back to work. We had our personal belongings inside the plan. In my case i'm pregnant. My medicine was still inside and they denied us entry. This is not fair. we're simply fighting for our rights. We're not trying to harm the company. L. milagro claims and ongoing tortilla shortages due to supply chain issues but organizers say the company's lost staff due to their poor treatment of workers including their mishandling of the pandemic last year. Dozens of workers got sick during a covert outbreak. Five died this is another magog or worker. My team solace in cool changed up occupy peck tortilla packages per minute case. Put it on a pallet and come right back. Because if i don't keep up this pace tortillas will fall off the machine and they'll blame me. Workers have given el milagro management until end of day wednesday to respond to their demands. The company was founded in chicago in one thousand nine hundred fifty by raul lopez mexican immigrant cells tortillas around the country for more. We go to chicago to speak with horrid mujica strategic campaigns organizer at arise chicago. Or you've been working closely with the workers for several years. Can you talk about what the demands are. And what will happen on wednesday. Yes thank you very much. Good morning on wednesday. Nothing yet because we gave or the workers gave the company a deadline to the end of the day but on thursdays surely workers are going to come back and demand answers from the company. Their main demands are a fair wages kale because the company's paying only forty cents above minimum wage on at the same time advertising new jobs for sixteen dollars so sixty cents bowl people who have been working there for ten fifteen twenty and twenty years. That's the most important that man they say. The allegra needs to track me workers and that is going to happen if they increase wages and the other one is definitely to reduce the speed of the machines where workers are telling us. Is that the company instead of offering better wages. I'm hiring more. People is just cranking up the machines so they have to pack eighty packages per minute. I mean less than one second to pac twelve thirteen years. Gluing paper envelope on the in the in the boxes. So that's insane. They say okay. They increase the speed of the machines. But they can't increase hours meet. We are not machines so they want to put a stop on that it. Could you talk for people who are not familiar with milagro the importance of this this facility and the plants that it has in the in the mexican american community of milagro tortillas are famous throughout chicago in the mid west and the fact that it's largely a mexican ownership as well. Yes they are the most famous and largest maker in the mid west. They've you go by one of the plans. They they have five plants and three restaurants. If you go to one of the plans are four o'clock in the morning you would see. Trucks lining up from ohio from iowa from wisconsin wisconsin michigan. I mean this is Amazing millions of tortillas every day. They're incredibly famous. Day are good and they are good because it workers really you know Put their best there for two to produce this thirty s and this is family owned just one family controls the whole consortium and they are steal the with practices belonging the nineteen seventies under the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. They they only by call new machines every year but conditions are really awful. This is a sweatshop and last year over eighty of the employees. Came down with colbert and five die. What kind of health and safety a protocols were they using their non at all and We have all pretty much criminal behaviors. There where they forbade workers to wear face masks. They told them that. No the know. The workforce was going to feel unstable if they saw anybody wearing face masks. So they'd they'd be metal. Al anyone to do it for a while. On -til of course off diseases spread and people started dying and then they shut down one of the five plants to clean it out but as we're told the workers last year you know the the the machines sneeze. This is people to people person to person. Contagion solo the workers got up together and impose you know some basic precautions and then down the line there. The company decided to to respect social these units era. But this is crowded. Space designed for production is not designed as any other productions space is not designed to take care of people's health is designed to produce merchandise and getting money can you what about the sexual harassment allegations as well. Sorry yes. there are several sexual harassment. Accusations workers complained that they have denounced the to management and what management does is to move the supervisor from one plan to the next one instead of solving the problems that have training their supervisor instead of raising really would've standards and where he can you talk about what happened to the workers after they Had their rally last week. We just played air to gonzalez Chuck being pregnant and being locked out of punch couldn't get her medication. What the plans are for tomorrow for wednesday. Yeah well we had called the police and the police came an open of the planning to allow workers to to get their personal belongings and the next day we went with it. Workers through report to a human resources and human resources simply gave off saying we will pay you for the hours. You're lost yesterday. The lockout saw it was a round victory for workers. The workers are demanding. Now is the plant. The management to sit down with the management just hired a union boston to go and talk to them about how bad unions are workers. Say he's talking about unions. We're talking about decency. We are talking about wages. We are talking about the heat. In the workplace they work at ninety five degrees including their mealtime. The launch room. Ninety five degrees. That's what we want to talk about.

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07:36 min | 1 year ago

"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"What nobody wanted by geoffrey. Lewis voltage this is democracy. Now i mean good with one gonzales. We end today's show in chicago. Where workers at on the law growth tortilla plant station temporary walkout to protest low pay staff shortages and abusive working conditions including intimidation and sexual harassment. When they return to work discovered management had locked them out in retaliation. This is el milagro worker. Ama- gonzales they didn't let go back to work. We had our personal belongings inside the plan. In my case i'm pregnant. My medicine was still inside and they denied us entry. This is not fair. we're simply fighting for our rights. We're not trying to harm the company. L. milagro claims and ongoing tortilla shortages due to supply chain issues but organizers say the company's lost staff due to their poor treatment of workers including their mishandling of the pandemic last year. Dozens of workers got sick during a covert outbreak. Five died this is another magog or worker. My team solace in cool changed up occupy peck tortilla packages per minute case. Put it on a pallet and come right back. Because if i don't keep up this pace tortillas will fall off the machine and they'll blame me. Workers have given el milagro management until end of day wednesday to respond to their demands. The company was founded in chicago in one thousand nine hundred fifty by raul lopez mexican immigrant cells tortillas around the country for more. We go to chicago to speak with horrid mujica strategic campaigns organizer at arise chicago. Or you've been working closely with the workers for several years. Can you talk about what the demands are. And what will happen on wednesday. Yes thank you very much. Good morning On wednesday nothing yet because we gave or the workers gave the company a deadline to the end of the day but on thursdays surely workers are going to come back and demand answers from the company. Their main demands are a fair wages kale because the company's paying only forty cents above minimum wage on at the same time advertising new jobs for sixteen dollars so cents above people who have been working there for ten fifteen twenty and twenty years. That's the most important that man they say. The allegra needs to track me workers and that is going to happen if they increase wages and the other one is definitely to reduce the speed of the machines where workers are telling us. Is that the company in instead of offering better wages. I'm hiring more. People is just cranking up the machines so they have to pack eighty packages per minute. I mean less than one second to pac twelve thirteen years. Gluing paper envelope on the in the in the boxes. So that's insane. They say okay. They increase the speed of the machines. But they can't increase hours meet. We are not machines so they want to put a stop on that it. Could you talk for people who are not familiar with milagro the importance of this this facility and the plants that it has in the in the mexican american community of milagro tortillas are famous throughout chicago in the mid west and the fact that it's largely a mexican ownership as well. Yes they are the most famous and largest maker in the mid west. They've you go by one of the plans. They they have five plants and three restaurants. If you go to one of the plans are four o'clock in the morning you would see. Trucks lining up from ohio from iowa from wisconsin wisconsin michigan. I mean this is Amazing millions of tortillas every day. They're incredibly famous. They are good and they are good. Because it workers really you know Put their best there for two to produce this thirty s and this is family owned just one family controls the whole consortium and they are steal the with practices belonging the nineteen seventies under the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. They they only by call new machines every year but conditions are really awful. This is a sweatshop and last year over eighty of the employees. Came down with colbert and five die. What kind of health and safety a protocols were they using their non at all and We have all pretty much criminal behaviors. There where they forbade workers to wear face masks. They told them that. No the know. The workforce was going to feel unstable if they saw anybody wearing face masks. So they'd they'd be metal. Al anyone to do it for a while. On -til of course off diseases spread and people started dying and then they shut down one of the five plants to clean it out but as we're told the workers last year the machines sneeze. This is people to people. Person to person contagion solo. The workers got up together and impose know some basic precautions and then down the line. The company decided to to respect social these units era. But this is crowded. Space designed for production is not designed as any other productions space is not designed to take care of people's health is designed to produce merchandise and getting money can you what about the sexual harassment allegations as well. Sorry yes. there are several sexual harassment. Workers complained that they have denounced the to management and what management does is to move the supervisor from one plan to the next one instead of solving the problems that have training their supervisor instead of raising really would've standards and where he can you talk about what happened to the workers after they Had their rally last week. We just played aired gonzales Chuck being pregnant and being locked out of punch couldn't get her medication. What the plans are for tomorrow for wednesday. We had called the police and the police came an open of the planning to allow workers to to get their personal belongings and the next day we went with it. Workers through report to a human resources and human resources simply gave off saying we will pay you for the hours. You're lost yesterday. The lockout saw it was a round victory for workers. The workers are demanding. Now is the plant. The management to sit down with the management just hired a union boston to go and talk to them about how bad unions are workers. Say he's talking about unions. We're talking about decency. We are talking about wages. We are talking. About the heat. In the workplace they work at ninety five degrees including their mealtime knowing the launch room. Ninety five degrees. That's what we want to talk about.

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07:36 min | 1 year ago

"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"What nobody wanted by geoffrey. Lewis voltage this is democracy. Now i mean good with one gonzales. We end today's show in chicago. Where workers at on the law growth tortilla plant station temporary walkout to protest low pay staff shortages and abusive working conditions including intimidation and sexual harassment. When they return to work discovered management had locked them out in retaliation. This is el milagro worker. Ama- gonzales they didn't let go back to work. We had our personal belongings inside the plan. In my case i'm pregnant. My medicine was still inside and they denied us entry. This is not fair. we're simply fighting for our rights. We're not trying to harm the company. El milagro claims and ongoing tortilla shortages due to supply chain issues but organizers say the company's lost staff due to their poor treatment of workers including their mishandling of the pandemic last year. Dozens of workers got sick during a covert outbreak. Five died this is another magog or worker. My team solace in cool changed up occupy peck tortilla packages. Per minute. i load a case. Put it on a pallet and come right back. Because if i don't keep up this pace tortillas will fall off the machine and they'll blame me. Workers have given el milagro management until end of day wednesday to respond to their demands. The company was founded in chicago in one thousand nine hundred fifty by raul lopez mexican immigrant cells tortillas around the country for more. We go to chicago to speak with horrid mojica strategic campaigns organizer at arise chicago. Or you've been working closely with the workers for several years. Can you talk about what the demands are. And what will happen on wednesday. Yes thank you very much. Good morning On wednesday nothing yet because we gave or the workers gave the company a deadline to the end of the day but on thursdays surely workers are going to come back and demand answers from the company. Their main demands are a fair wages kale because the company's paying only forty cents above minimum wage on at the same time advertising new jobs for sixteen dollars so cents a bowl people who have been working there for ten fifteen twenty and twenty years. That's the most important that man they say. The allegra needs to track me workers and that is going to happen if they increase wages and the other one is definitely to reduce the speed of the machines where workers are telling us. Is that the company instead of offering better wages. I'm hiring more. People is just cranking up the machines so they have to pack eighty packages per minute. I mean less than one second to pac twelve thirteen years. Gluing paper envelope on in the in the boxes. So that's insane. They say okay. They increase the speed of the machines. But they can't increase hours meet. We are not machines so they want to put a stop on that it. Could you talk for people who are not familiar with milagro the importance of this this facility and the plants that it has in the in the mexican american community of milagro tortillas are famous throughout chicago in the mid west and the fact that it's largely a mexican ownership as well. Yes they are the most famous and largest maker in the mid west. They've you go by one of the plans. They they have five plants and three restaurants. If you go to one of the plans are four o'clock in the morning you would see. Trucks lining up from ohio from iowa from wisconsin wisconsin michigan. I mean this is Amazing millions of tortillas every day. They're incredibly famous. They are good and they are good. Because it workers really you know Put their best there for two to produce this thirty s and this is family owned just one family controls. The whole consortium and they are steal the with with practices belonging the nineteen seventies under the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. They they only by call new machines every year but conditions are really awful. This is a sweatshop and last year over eighty of the employees. Came down with colbert and five die. What kind of health and safety a protocols were they using their non at all and We have all pretty much criminal behaviors. There where they forbade workers to wear face masks. They told them that. No the know. The workforce was going to feel unstable if they saw anybody wearing face masks. So they'd they'd be metal. Al anyone to do it for a while. On -til of course off diseases spread and people started dying and then they shut down one of the five plants to clean it out but as we're told the workers last year the machines sneeze. This is people to people. Person to person contagion solo. The workers got up together and impose you know some basic precautions and then down the line. The company decided to to respect social these units era. But this is crowded. Space designed for production is not designed as any other productions space is not designed to take care of people's health is designed to produce merchandise and getting money can you what about the sexual harassment allegations as well. Sorry yes. there are several sexual harassment. Accusations workers complained that they have denounced the to management and what management does is to move the supervisor from one plan to the next one instead of solving the problems that have training their supervisor instead of raising really would've standards and where he can you talk about what happened to the workers after they Had their rally last week. We just played air to gonzalez Chuck being pregnant and being locked out of punch couldn't get her medication. What the plans are for tomorrow for wednesday. Yeah well we had called the police and the police came an open of the planning to allow workers to to get their personal belongings and the next day we went with it. Workers through report to a human resources and human resources simply gave off saying we will pay you for the hours. You're lost yesterday. The lockout saw it was a round victory for workers. The workers are demanding. Now is the plant. The management to sit down with the management just hired a union boston to go and talk to them about how bad unions are workers. Say he's talking about unions. We're talking about decency. We are talking about wages. We are talking. About the heat. In the workplace they work at ninety five degrees including their mealtime knowing the launch room. Ninety five degrees. That's what we want to talk about.

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07:36 min | 1 year ago

"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"What nobody wanted by geoffrey. Lewis voltage this is democracy. Now i mean good with one gonzales. We end today's show in chicago. Where workers at on the law growth tortilla plant station temporary walkout to protest low pay staff shortages and abusive working conditions including intimidation and sexual harassment. When they return to work discovered management had locked them out in retaliation. This is el milagro worker. Ama- gonzales they didn't let go back to work. We had our personal belongings inside the plan. In my case i'm pregnant. My medicine was still inside and they denied us entry. This is not fair. we're simply fighting for our rights. We're not trying to harm the company. El milagro claims and ongoing tortilla shortages due to supply chain issues but organizers say the company's lost staff due to their poor treatment of workers including their mishandling of the pandemic last year. Dozens of workers got sick during a covert outbreak. Five died this is another magog or worker. My team solace in cool changed up occupy peck tortilla packages. Per minute. i load a case. Put it on a pallet and come right back. Because if i don't keep up this pace tortillas will fall off the machine and they'll blame me. Workers have given el milagro management until end of day wednesday to respond to their demands. The company was founded in chicago in one thousand nine hundred fifty by raul lopez. A mexican immigrant cells tortillas around the country for more we go to chicago to speak with horrid mujica strategic campaigns organizer at arise chicago. Or you've been working closely with the workers for several years. Can you talk about what the demands are. And what will happen on wednesday. Yes thank you very much. Good morning On wednesday nothing yet because we gave or the workers gave the company a deadline to the end of the day but on thursdays surely workers are going to come back and demand answers from the company. Their main demands are a fair wages kale because the company's paying only forty cents above minimum wage on at the same time advertising new jobs for sixteen dollars so sixty cents bowl people who have been working there for ten fifteen twenty and twenty years. That's the most important that man they say. The allegra needs to track me workers and that is going to happen if they increase wages and the other one is definitely to reduce the speed of the machines. Workers are telling us. Is that the company instead of offering better wages. I'm hiring more. People is just cranking up the machines so they have to pack eighty packages per minute. I mean less than one second to pac twelve thirteen years. Gluing paper envelope on the in the in the boxes. So that's insane. They say okay. They increase the speed of the machines. But they can't increase hours meet. We are not machines so they want to put a stop on that it. Could you talk for people who are not familiar with milagro the importance of this this facility and the plants that it has in the in the mexican american community of milagro tortillas are famous throughout chicago in the mid west and the fact that it's largely a mexican ownership as well. Yes they are the most famous and largest maker in the mid west. They've you go by one of the plants. They have five plants and three restaurants. If you go to one of the plans are four o'clock in the morning you would see. Trucks lining up from ohio from iowa from wisconsin wisconsin michigan. I mean this is Amazing millions of tortillas every day. They're incredibly famous. They are good and they are good. Because it workers really you know Put their best there for two to produce this thirty s and this is family owned just one family controls the whole consortium and they are steal the with practices belonging the nineteen seventies under the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. They they only by call new machines every year but conditions are really awful. This is a sweatshop and last year over eighty of the employees. Came down with colbert and five die. What kind of health and safety a protocols were they using their non at all and We have all pretty much criminal behaviors. There where they forbade workers to wear face masks. They told them that. No the you know. The workforce was going to feel unstable. If they saw anybody wearing face masks. So they'd they'd be metal. Al anyone to do it for a while. On -til of course off diseases spread and people started dying and then they shut down one of the five plants to clean it out but as we're told the workers last year the machines sneeze. This is people to people. Person to person contagion solo. The workers got up together and impose know some basic precautions and then down the line there. The company decided to to respect social these units era. But this is crowded. Space designed for production is not designed as any other productions space is not designed to take care of people's health is designed to produce merchandise and getting money can you what about the sexual harassment allegations as well. Sorry yes. there are several sexual harassment. Acusations workers complained that they have denounced the to management and what management does is to move the supervisor from one plan to the next one instead of solving the problems that have training their supervisor instead of raising really would've standards and where he can you talk about what happened to the workers after they Had their rally last week. We just played air to matt gonzalez Chuck being pregnant and being locked out of punch couldn't get her medication. What the plans are for tomorrow for wednesday. We had called the police and the police came an open of the planning to allow workers to to get their personal belongings and the next day we went with it. Workers through report to a human resources and human resources simply gave off saying we will pay you for the hours. You're lost yesterday. The lockout saw it was a round victory for workers. The workers are demanding. Now is the plant. The management to sit down with the management just hired a union boston to go and talk to them about how bad unions are workers. Say he's talking about unions. We're talking about decency. We are talking about wages. We are talking. About the heat. In the workplace they work at ninety five degrees including their mealtime knowing the launch room. Ninety five degrees. That's what we want to talk about.

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"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"What nobody wanted by. Geoffrey lewis voltage. This is democracy. Now i mean good with one gonzales. We end today's show in chicago. Where workers at on the law growth tortilla plant station temporary walkout to protest low pay staff shortages and abusive working conditions including intimidation and sexual harassment. When they return to work discovered management had locked them out in retaliation. This is el milagro worker. Ama- gonzales they didn't let go back to work. We had our personal belongings inside the plan. In my case i'm pregnant. My medicine was still inside and they denied us entry. This is not fair. we're simply fighting for our rights. We're not trying to harm the company. El milagro claims and ongoing tortilla shortages due to supply chain issues but organizers say the company's lost staff due to their poor treatment of workers including their mishandling of the pandemic last year. Dozens of workers got sick during a covert outbreak. Five died this is another magog or worker. My team solace in cool changed up occupy peck tortilla packages. Per minute. i load a case. Put it on a pallet and come right back. Because if i don't keep up this pace tortillas will fall off the machine and they'll blame me. Workers have given el milagro management until end of day wednesday to respond to their demands. The company was founded in chicago in one thousand nine hundred fifty by raul lopez mexican immigrant cells tortillas around the country for more. We go to chicago to speak with horrid mujica strategic campaigns organizer at arise chicago. Or you've been working closely with the workers for several years. Can you talk about what the demands are. And what will happen on wednesday. Yes thank you very much. Good morning on wednesday. Nothing yet because we gave or the workers gave the company a deadline to the end of the day but on thursdays surely workers are going to come back and demand answers from the company. Their main demands are a fair wages kale because the company's paying only forty cents above minimum wage and at the same time advertising new jobs for sixteen dollars so sixty cents a bowl people who have been working there for ten fifteen twenty and twenty years. That's the most important that man they say. The allegra needs to track me workers and that is going to happen if they increase wages and the other one is definitely to reduce the speed of the machines where workers are telling us. Is that the company instead of offering better wages. I'm hiring more. People is just cranking up the machines so they have to pack eighty packages per minute. I mean less than one second to pac twelve thirteen years. Gluing paper envelope on the in the in the boxes. So that's insane. They say okay. They increase the speed of the machines. But they can't increase hours meet. We are not machines so they want to put a stop on that. Could you talk for people who are not familiar with milagro the importance of this this facility and the plants that it has in the in the mexican american community of milagro tortillas are famous throughout chicago in the mid west and the fact that it's largely a mexican ownership as well. Yes they are the most famous and largest maker in the mid west. They've you go by one of the plans. They they have five plants and three restaurants. If you go to one of the plans are four o'clock in the morning you would see. Trucks lining up from ohio from iowa from wisconsin wisconsin michigan. I mean this is Amazing millions of tortillas every day. They're incredibly famous. They are good and they are good. Because it workers really you know Put their best there for two to produce this thirty s and this is family owned family controls. The whole consortium and they are steal the with practices belonging the nineteen seventies under the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. They they only by call new machines every year but conditions are really awful. This is a sweatshop and last year over eighty of the employees. Came down with colbert and five die. What kind of health and safety a protocols were they using their non at all and We have all pretty much criminal behaviors. There where they forbade workers to wear face masks. They told them that. No the you know. The workforce was going to feel on stable. If they saw anybody wearing face masks so they'd they'd be metal. Al anyone to do it for a while. On -til of course off diseases spread and people started dying and then they shut down one of the five plants to clean it out but as we're told the workers last year the machines sneeze. This is people to people. Person to person contagion solo. The workers got up together and impose know some basic precautions and then down the line there. The company decided to to respect social these units era. But this is crowded. Space designed for production is not designed as any other productions space is not designed to take care of people's health is designed to produce merchandise and getting money can you what about the sexual harassment allegations as well. Sorry yes. there are several sexual harassment. Accusations workers complained that they have denounced the to management and what management does is to move the supervisor from one plan to the next one instead of solving the problems that have training their supervisor instead of raising really would've standards and where he can you talk about what happened to the workers after they Had their rally last week. We just played air to gonzalez Chuck being pregnant and being locked out of punch couldn't get her medication. What the plans are for tomorrow for wednesday. We had called the police and the police came an open of the planning to allow workers to to get their personal belongings and the next day we went with it. Workers through report to a human resources and human resources simply gave off saying we will pay you for the hours. You're lost yesterday. The lockout saw it was a round victory for workers. The workers are demanding. Now is the plant. The management to sit down with the management just hired a union boston to go and talk to them about how bad unions are workers. Say he's talking about unions. We're talking about decency. We are talking about wages. We are talking about the heat. In the workplace they work at ninety five degrees including their mealtime launch room. Ninety five degrees. That's what we want to talk about.

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"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"What nobody wanted by. Geoffrey lewis voltage. This is democracy. Now i mean good with one gonzales. We end today's show in chicago. Where workers at on the law growth tortilla plant station temporary walkout to protest low pay staff shortages and abusive working conditions including intimidation and sexual harassment. When they return to work discovered management had locked them out in retaliation. This is el milagro worker. Ama- gonzales they didn't let go back to work. We had our personal belongings inside the plan. In my case i'm pregnant. My medicine was still inside and they denied us entry. This is not fair. we're simply fighting for our rights. We're not trying to harm the company. L. milagro claims and ongoing tortilla shortages due to supply chain issues but organizers say the company's lost staff due to their poor treatment of workers including their mishandling of the pandemic last year. Dozens of workers got sick during a covert outbreak. Five died this is another magog or worker. My team solace in cool changed up occupy peck tortilla packages. Per minute. i load a case. Put it on a pallet and come right back. Because if i don't keep up this pace tortillas will fall off the machine and they'll blame me. Workers have given el milagro management until end of day wednesday to respond to their demands. The company was founded in chicago in one thousand nine hundred fifty by raul lopez mexican immigrant cells tortillas around the country for more. We go to chicago to speak with horrid mujica strategic campaigns organizer at arise chicago. Or you've been working closely with the workers for several years. Can you talk about what the demands are. And what will happen on wednesday. Yes thank you very much. Good morning on wednesday. Nothing yet because we gave or the workers gave the company a deadline to the end of the day but on thursdays surely workers are going to come back and demand answers from the company. Their main demands are a fair wages kale because the company's paying only forty cents above minimum wage and at the same time advertising new jobs for sixteen dollars so sixty cents a bowl people who have been working there for ten fifteen twenty and twenty years. That's the most important that man they say. The allegra needs to track me workers and that is going to happen if they increase wages and the other one is definitely to reduce the speed of the machines where workers are telling us. Is that the company instead of offering better wages. I'm hiring more. People is just cranking up the machines so they have to pack eighty packages per minute. I mean less than one second to pac twelve thirteen years. Gluing paper envelope on the in the in the boxes. So that's insane. They say okay. They increase the speed of the machines. But they can't increase hours meet. We are not machines so they want to put a stop on that it. Could you talk for people who are not familiar with milagro the importance of this this facility and the plants that it has in the in the mexican american community of milagro tortillas are famous throughout chicago in the mid west and the fact that it's largely a mexican ownership as well. Yes they are the most famous and largest maker in the mid west. They've you go by one of the plans. They they have five plants and three restaurants. If you go to one of the plans are four o'clock in the morning you would see. Trucks lining up from ohio from iowa from wisconsin wisconsin michigan. I mean this is Amazing millions of tortillas every day. They're incredibly famous. They are good and they are good because it workers who really you know Put their best there for two to produce this thirty s and this is family owned just one family controls the whole consortium and they are steal the with practices belonging the nineteen seventies under the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. They they only by call new machines every year but conditions are really awful. This is a sweatshop and last year over eighty of the employees. Came down with colbert and five die. What kind of health and safety a protocols were they using their non at all and We have all pretty much criminal behaviors. There where they forbade workers to wear face masks. They told them that. No the you know. The workforce was going to feel unstable. If they saw anybody wearing face masks. So they'd they'd be metal. Al anyone to do it for a while. On -til of course off diseases spread and people started dying and then they shut down one of the five plants to clean it out but as we're told the workers last year the machines sneeze. This is people to people. Person to person contagion solo. The workers got up together and impose know some basic precautions and then down the line there. The company decided to to respect social these units era. But this is crowded. Space designed for production is not designed as any other productions space is not designed to take care of people's health is designed to produce merchandise and getting money can you what about the sexual harassment allegations as well. Sorry yes. there are several sexual harassment. Accusations workers complained that they have denounced the to management and what management does is to move the supervisor from one plan to the next one instead of solving the problems that have training their supervisor instead of raising really standards and where he can you talk about what happened to the workers after they Had their rally last week. We just played air gonzalez Chuck being pregnant and being locked out of punch couldn't get her medication. What the plans are for tomorrow for wednesday. We had called the police and the police came an open of the planning to allow workers to to get their personal belongings and the next day we went with it. Workers through report to a human resources and human resources simply gave off saying we will pay you for the hours. You're lost yesterday. The lockout saw it was a round victory for workers. The workers are demanding. Now is the plant. The management to sit down with the management just hired a union boston to go and talk to them about how bad unions are workers. Say he's talking about unions. We're talking about decency. We are talking about wages. We are talking. About the heat. In the workplace they work at ninety five degrees including their mealtime knowing the launch room. Ninety five degrees. That's what we want to talk about.

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"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"What nobody wanted by. Geoffrey lewis voltage. This is democracy. Now i mean good with one gonzales. We end today's show in chicago. Where workers at on the law growth tortilla plant station temporary walkout to protest low pay staff shortages and abusive working conditions including intimidation and sexual harassment. When they return to work discovered management had locked them out in retaliation. This is el milagro worker. Ama- gonzales they didn't let go back to work. We had our personal belongings inside the plan. In my case i'm pregnant. My medicine was still inside and they denied us entry. This is not fair. we're simply fighting for our rights. We're not trying to harm the company. El milagro claims and ongoing tortilla shortages due to supply chain issues but organizers say the company's lost staff due to their poor treatment of workers including their mishandling of the pandemic last year. Dozens of workers got sick during a covert outbreak. Five died this is another magog or worker. My team solace in cool changed up occupy peck tortilla packages per minute case. Put it on a pallet and come right back. Because if i don't keep up this pace tortillas will fall off the machine and they'll blame me. Workers have given el milagro management until end of day wednesday to respond to their demands. The company was founded in chicago in one thousand nine hundred fifty by raul lopez mexican immigrant cells tortillas around the country for more. We go to chicago to speak with horrid mujica strategic campaigns organizer at arise chicago. Or you've been working closely with the workers for several years. Can you talk about what the demands are. And what will happen on wednesday. Yes thank you very much. Good morning On wednesday nothing yet because we gave or the workers gave the company a deadline to the end of the day but on thursdays surely workers are going to come back and demand answers from the company. Their main demands are a fair wages kale because the company's paying only forty cents above minimum wage on at the same time advertising new jobs for sixteen dollars so sixty cents above people who have been working there for ten fifteen twenty and twenty years. That's the most important that man they say. The allegra needs to track me workers and that is going to happen if they increase wages and the other one is definitely to reduce the speed of the machines where workers are telling us. Is that the company instead of offering better wages. I'm hiring more. People is just cranking up the machines so they have to pack eighty packages per minute. I mean less than one second to pac twelve thirteen years. Gluing paper envelope on the in the in the boxes. So that's insane. They say okay. They increase the speed of the machines. But they can't increase hours meet. We are not machines so they want to put a stop on that it. Could you talk for people who are not familiar with milagro the importance of this this facility and the plants that it has in the in the mexican american community of milagro tortillas are famous throughout chicago in the mid west and the fact that it's largely a mexican ownership as well. Yes they are the most famous and largest maker in the mid west. They've you go by one of the plans. They they have five plants and three restaurants. If you go to one of the plans are four o'clock in the morning you would see. Trucks lining up from ohio from iowa from wisconsin wisconsin michigan. I mean this is Amazing millions of tortillas every day. They're incredibly famous. They are good and they are good. Because it workers really you know Put their best there for two to produce this thirty s and this is family owned just one family controls the whole consortium and they are steal the with practices belonging the nineteen seventies under the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. They they only by call new machines every year but conditions are really awful. This is a sweatshop and last year over eighty of the employees. Came down with colbert and five die. What kind of health and safety a protocols were they using their non at all and We have all pretty much criminal behaviors. There where they forbade workers to wear face masks. They told them that. No the you know. The workforce was going to feel unstable. If they saw anybody wearing face masks. So they'd they'd be metal. Al anyone to do it for a while. On -til of course off diseases spread and people started dying and then they shut down one of the five plants to clean it out but as we're told the workers last year you know the the the machines sneeze. This is people to people person to person. Contagion solo the workers got up together and impose you know some basic precautions and then down the line there. The company decided to to respect social these units era. But this is crowded. Space designed for production is not designed as any other productions space is not designed to take care of people's health is designed to produce merchandise and getting money can you what about the sexual harassment allegations as well. Sorry yes. there are several sexual harassment. Accusations workers complained that they have denounced the to management and what management does is to move the supervisor from one plan to the next one instead of solving the problems that have training their supervisor instead of raising really would've standards and where he can you talk about what happened to the workers after they Had their rally last week. We just played air to matt gonzalez Chuck being pregnant and being locked out of punch couldn't get her medication. What the plans are for tomorrow for wednesday. We had called the police and the police came an open of the planning to allow workers to to get their personal belongings and the next day we went with it. Workers through report to a human resources and human resources simply gave off saying we will pay you for the hours. You're lost yesterday. The lockout saw it was a round victory for workers. The workers are demanding. Now is the plant. The management to sit down with the management just hired a union boston to go and talk to them about how bad unions are workers. Say he's talking about unions. We're talking about decency. We are talking about wages. We are talking. About the heat. In the workplace they work at ninety five degrees including their mealtime knowing the launch room. Ninety five degrees. That's what we want to talk about.

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"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"milagro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"We end today's show in chicago. Where workers at on the law growth tortilla plant station temporary walkout to protest low pay staff shortages and abusive working conditions including intimidation and sexual harassment. When they return to work discovered management had locked them out in retaliation. This is el milagro worker. Ama- gonzales they didn't let go back to work. We had our personal belongings inside the plan. In my case i'm pregnant. My medicine was still inside and they denied us entry. This is not fair. we're simply fighting for our rights. We're not trying to harm the company. El milagro claims and ongoing tortilla shortages due to supply chain issues but organizers say the company's lost staff due to their poor treatment of workers including their mishandling of the pandemic last year. Dozens of workers got sick during a covert outbreak. Five died this is another magog or worker. My team solace in cool changed up occupy peck tortilla packages per minute case. Put it on a pallet and come right back. Because if i don't keep up this pace tortillas will fall off the machine and they'll blame me. Workers have given el milagro management until end of day wednesday to respond to their demands. The company was founded in chicago in one thousand nine hundred fifty by raul lopez mexican immigrant cells tortillas around the country for more. We go to chicago to speak with horrid mujica strategic campaigns organizer at arise chicago..

"milagro" Discussed on X96

X96

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"milagro" Discussed on X96

"He is Bill Frost. He's our television critic. He writes a column for slug magazine called Content Shifter. Which discusses streaming and other uh you know, communications issues, and he also has a podcast called the TV Tan. Where he talks about TV and booze with his friend Tommy, Milagro, and Bill is also in a band and you can find all of these wonderful bill frost related things and much more collected. Where, Mr Frost At Bill Frost TV, You know, Bill you I'm sure you told us about this show. I know you did. Well while ago and I think you even recommended it. It's the great God Bird. Ethan Hawke. And a long time ago. Yes, yes. And for some reason, um, my wife and I started to watch. I think they're only three episodes. Three. It's like a mini series. Holy crap. That's good. I mean, it is really, really good. About John Brown. And you know how crazy John Brown was and in the Civil War, Times and Emancipation Times, so I regularly at the The good Lord Bird on Showtime. Yeah, it's fair, man. It's really good anyway. Uh, today, uh, the height and the weight is over. Finally. Why the last man on Hulu? Finally arrived based on the vertical comic What is this? This is a It's a comic book that's been around for a very long time and a lot of awards. And it's the premises. Basically every, uh, thing with a Y chromosome. Dies. Except for one person. Uh, Yorick is his name. Oh, last for Europe? Yes. And he has He has a monkey, A capuchin monkey named ampersand that, uh, his friend, but that's basically the plot right there. It's a end of the world. The You know, he's the only man left on the planet and who's who's in this? Uh, Here's here's some of the people at Diane Lane. Amber Tamblyn, Olivia thoroughly be actually romance Mayor in Ireland. Why the last man has played by Ben Schnitzer. I'm not familiar with him. Oh, bench knits, You know, I don't know. But you know, this is a 10 episode series. Uh and he's gay right for week. Uh, that's the twist. That would be a good twist. That would be a figured it out. That's the twist. I don't worry. I'm not interested in any one of you. But that won't matter. He would still do it anyway. When, when this comment because released all those years ago, it received a lot of awards. A lot of notices, and Hollywood has been trying to adapt it for a very long time. So they think maybe they've got it figured out. This time. We'll see. Yeah. All 10 episodes of Why the last man word. Direct female directors. I'll turn episodes, uh, appropriately and also the daily show Trevor Noah returns tonight after summer break. Which is a lot of audience to really I think that leaves only set. Meyers is the last late night guys standing without a live audience. Hmm. And coming up. On Thursday, B. J. Novak from the office as a new series he's hosted in created called the Premises on Hulu. It's uh, it's an anthology series that From what I've seen of it So far. It's kind of like a more comedic black mirror. But instead of terrifying technology, it's about social justice issues. Mm hmm. And, uh You know people like Caitlin Deaver. Just one. Bernthal is in this. Okay? Uh, it has an er, probably one of his last things You did, but bridges and various other people, and that's starts Thursday on Hulu. Also Thursday on Julia, a new he man and the Masters of the universe. A Netflix not to be confused with the one that they just released. No, no, This is a CG version. This one. This one is a geared more towards a younger audience. This is trying to get new people interested instead of the 40 year old guy, you know, trying to, Yeah, get his childhood back or whatever this is for a younger audience. It's more anime style CG and everybody has powers and, yeah, Okay, It's it's bound to piss off the the he man fans of a certain age bound to piss them off no matter what. Are they complaining already? Oh, yes, They already have. The trailer's been out for a few weeks now and already they hate it. So I'm like it's not for you. You have your he man over here. This is for other people. Also on Thursday, the season three premiere of Tacoma FD on Tru TV. Uh, this is from the guys behind Super troopers. It's about a fire department in Tacoma. The joke is that comma is the, uh, the wettest place in America. To know a lot of fires to fight. And if you if you hate super troopers, this is not for you. Exactly. Yeah, It's very dumb comedy. Yes, I'll take. I'll check it out. Where is this appearing? On Tru TV. Tru TV, All right. And, uh, debut in Friday season to the morning show on Apple TV Plus Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Anderson, Steve Carell. Uh, said in a TV morning shows. In all all the drama in front of the camera behind the camera. All to both sides of the camera. It's all the drama. I watched the, uh go ahead. Yeah. The first season started off. Not great ended ended pretty well. So you know Have high hopes for the second season now. Yes, I was about to say about the same thing I watch. The whole first season, and it's uh, really, really very good performances by everybody. Um And it looks great. But there was just kind of thin somehow, you know? Yes, Like, okay, fine. Do I really care about these people, but it did get better as it went on. Yes. Also on Friday season three sex education on Netflix, starring Gillian Anderson. Uh, Funny show Very funny show seasons and, uh, yeah, already Alright. Yeah, and, uh, Sunday the 2021 Primetime Emmy Awards. Posted. They have a host Cedric the entertainer. Yes, yeah. I wasn't going to watch. I wasn't going to watch until I heard that. In case you're wondering Cedric the entertainer hasn't sitcom on CBS, therefore He got the job. Makes sense. And, uh, feels like the boys is up for some awards. Yes, video, Uh, usual crowd of Bridgeton in the Handmaid's tale. Lovecraft countries in here, Cobra Kai. Somehow Emily in Paris is up for one in comedy series. Really? Emily and Perry. Nobody says it right. Oh, I see because it has to be family in Barrie. Yes, nobody says not Emily in Paris. Nobody says that being said issue American. It should be. Emma. Listen, Paris I watched the series and I didn't care about anybody or anything that was going on. I just enjoyed seeing the city. You want beautiful? Sure. So that was nice, You know? But just turn the sound off. Yeah, yeah, And, uh, most notably, Ted Lasso has 20 awards for first season. Really? Wow. 20 nominations in like for orders. Get Apple TV get it Several actors. Several of the actors have been nominated. I know Yes, and that's it for the new stuff this week, And if you haven't gotten to it yet, I would recommend the new season or if you've never seen it before all the seasons of AP by I'll on peacock. Oh, yes. Yes. I gotta gotta start watching that. Okay? Um, the the Ted Lasso is just about Almost every episode is just about perfect. I think. Yeah, so it's so genuine. And yet so strange at this time, I really enjoy it. It's just a great show. All right, Bill. Thank you very much. I can read you re bills. Call him in. Slug magazine. Slug mad.

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"milagro" Discussed on TV Literate

TV Literate

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"milagro" Discussed on TV Literate

"It was like wow what a what. What a look at that and the stare lunge. They may not know how to do. I think god. I get why that would be totally helpful. Lake get going but yeah it was awkward to watch for sure. Should we be. Yeah so they're just walking around so it was like six. Am that she started. Having contractions and then she didn't have any like uptick in contractions for like twenty four hours So awful. I know the next day at six. Pm that he Fuck what's his name took jake. I was looking at jill's name. And i was like gills. Iot jill jill joseph. Yes so he took her to the hospital and updated everyone and so she labored there for ever. It was so awful. I like i felt really bad lauren. And then she had another kid not yet now. She likes she had to get. She tried to get an epidural. And it didn't work. And so she had to get another epa daryl in that didn't work and they kept trying to do different things to make things go farther. 'cause she was like eight centimeters stuck there and she was like almost there. She was eight centimeters for twelve hours. That is crazy. Because i think usually i mean i'm not an expert but i think usually like once you get to that point. It's pretty quick like those last couple centimeters. I think usually are a little bit quicker than like the middle ones to get through. All the doctors were there already and everything like they. Don't call them the dog ready. Let's go time and that's like twelve hours. She's still just having bad back pains and of course she's having back labor which probably is my inventory. All didn't work a little baby head. Compresses your fucking spinal nerve. Yep hurts i can imagine. Yeah i can't imagine But eventually they gave her some petrosian Which finally helps her progress. The last little bit that she needed to progress yardley gary potential or may drug knocked her out to thank god. Let her sleep. Because she'd been up for like forty eight straight hours or something she still has to deliver this baby too so she should get some rest while she can. Yeah all of them has like the next day. And it's you have to care for your first baby rate. Yeah exactly it's not like you get you get a break afterwards but finally beautiful miracle is born just called her beautiful every time because they just kept talking about that. That's her like what's her name. Bella what's your middle name milagro beautiful miracle and i'm like yeah i yeah whatever. I'm sorry i don't like it. I don't either. I whatever i don't I hated that when she looked at the second baby. She tested his lips and said got your daddy's big lips. Yeah i wanted to die the way she said it to. It was almost like making fun of joe cya. I don't even know it was almost like the like the tone she was like. Oh you got your dad's fucking big as lips. God damn it like yeah. Babies born This baby in particular looks kind of like an alien to me that may become an out with messy messy baby like we just watched kinder's they become out and that baby. It looked like regular baby. This was like upsetting debut. I guess i don't even know maybe all the all. The labor churned up so much so many liquids in their sorry. That was really bad. I get ya. I i was thinking the same thing but i just didn't wanna like trust. One process it yes All right so the last little bit of this episode were back at it again with family fun night and this week since it's right around the holidays. They are making gingerbread houses and ginger. Jeremy are going to join via video chat and they're they're getting used to the video chat before covid good for them and they have some news that they want to share with the family. I wonder wonder what it could be. other moving to la. They're moving to la they're pregnant and so they are going to make a pregnant gingerbread man and yeah it was cute get ginger turner and pregnancy reveals that we've had in the past two seasons. I think this was the least bad i agree. It wasn't that bad went with it too because it wasn't like let's do this like it was already something that they were seeming to do. And they're like. Let's do something while we're there which is fine and it wasn't like joy in austin. Remember when they like paused the video. That has nothing to do with it. I don't know like you were given a presentation moment. And so you said late. Look at this pregnant at this ginger. It takes forever for anyone to recognize this. Gingerbread man is pregnant. And i think it's 'cause like it's on video chat. It's kinda hard to like. See the dimensions of this pregnant belly. The gingerbread woman. Yeah there's like gone forward in time and had ginger ginger some that'd be like be there to babies in this picture exactly. That would be better probably in terms of like visually in no preparation. This was the most operation we've ever seen from them pressure for sure yep All of gingerbread houses were dumb but Some of them behind but i did like that The one that janna and jim bob was working on. That just wouldn't stay together and john is trying to bring it up to show jin jeremy after they've liked tried to hold it together the second time and it just goes falls over right on camera. It was amazing. Ginger got a lot of joy from that because the ass schadenfreude after sister drops yes. I sure.

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EU scrambles to defy US Iran sanctions

TED Radio Hour

00:50 sec | 4 years ago

EU scrambles to defy US Iran sanctions

"The government of continued its crackdown on protests. Arrests were made of mortars perceived to be making political statements like marathon runner. Alex Vanegas who brought blue and white political science and a cardboard dove to the Milagro that you're cemetery in Managua, heavy police and military presence was reported in cemeteries around. He got our for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin gasoline. Prices continue falling across the US with the summer driving season. Over the latest Lundberg survey shows nationwide the cost of regular is down eight cents a gallon over the past two weeks. It's averaging two eighty five analyst trilby Lundberg says cheaper. Crude oil is the main reason for the price drop. Aaa says it's tracking shows regular averaging two seventy six a gallon across the US stock. Analysts say investors remain concerned about ongoing trade tensions between the US and China the markets in Japan, China and South Korea lost one percent or more today. Hong Kong, they fell more. Than two percent. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the William and flora Hewlett foundation, committed to supporting ideas and institutions to advance education for all preserve the environment and promote vibrant performing arts. More information is available at Hewlett dot org.

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High-heel Crocs shoes are selling out. Really

Hammer and Nigel

05:01 min | 4 years ago

High-heel Crocs shoes are selling out. Really

"It depends upon what the meaning of the. Word is This anything Hammer how do? We play is? This anything I got a couple of stories in front, of me. Big Niger I'm going to run them. By you what is? Your job your civic duty to inform all. Of us if this story is anything or not something worthy, of discussion a second thought or if it's a whole bunch. Of nothing is this anything producer return that down to give me some real mood music here Lacey DC never go back enrolling noise pollution According to a biology professor at Mississippi, State rock and. Roll. Was. Actually noise pollution despite what ACDC thanks okay This professor play, different kinds of music for, ladybugs and plants. And if these ladybugs heard rock music day eight fewer of things if they heard quired abuse they behave better. So. He found the same result with actual noise pollution like, recordings city and people honking their horns and traffic yeah if this is what my kids can expect learning college I'm just gonna fly to Vegas, now and blow. Their. Tuition Dummy wimp PC college professor I do I'm actually going to prove that rock music is. Indeed, noise pollution and I'm going to start a petition regulate, rock music because ladybugs aren't getting enough nutrition in their life No nothing And you know that's exactly how that professor sounded. Like two that's exactly what he sounded like lady bugs aren't eating right because the, rock music I'm going to start a petition voted for. Chuck, Schumer Titian my Senator to regulate Rochman Is this. Anything boxer Floyd Mayweather junior top the Forbes celebrity one hundred. List of the highest paid entertainers he made two hundred. Eighty five million dollars a cashier George Clooney came in. Second with two hundred and, thirty nine, million Megan know. Movies two. Hundred three hundred million that's his the kiva company sold off its tequila company didn't? They made a bunch of that why didn't we think of the way we get into the? Tequila businesses in the radio business my friend I've been in the. Tequila business for a long time Drinking drinking it his business businesses good there's nothing worse than? That that, warm well tequila you'd go order at the college bars Just the, war like I, can't. Drink tequila I'll do I'll. Do like. Chilled, silver avion type the Milagro tequila love blocks Oh man. Put that stuff in the freezer get. It nice and frosty even Cuervo silver but the boy the yellow stuff I can't I will throw that. Right back up if I take. A warm shot at the Quila I'm a fun guy to. Be around when I've had I'm a blast. To be around I'm. Looking at this list of the highest paid entertainers fulsome Floyd Mayweather is on top George Clooney seconds, judge judy's in there the rock is in at number five with one hundred and twenty four. Million u two and Coldplay both. At the six and seven spot you to made one. Hundred eighteen million dollars last, year Coldplay made one hundred and fifteen Ed Sheeran a. Hundred and ten are you kidding me Ed Sheeran made Herndon. Million just off I tuned sales alone anybody. That gets married has. To have Ed Sheeran music as a wedding DJ I'm telling you cocktail hour first dances Ed Sharon, was made for that kind of stuff is this anything last one there's a new line of. High heels coming out from crocks You know crocs right the little sandals like looking things rubber sandals look like a. You know the middle aged fat white dude like me where. With white tube socks? And shorts right not only to the. Beach but like to. The grocery store to the movie yeah there's high heels coming out from. Crocs they're supposed to sell for eighty bucks but. Right now I'm seeing them go for about. Three times that amount on? Amazon look at him right here two hundred and twenty dollars All for lady high heeled crocs no this is. Nothing, so what does the beautiful missile Lindsey do if you say Honey I bought. You gift a spat two hundred and thirty dollars on it I know you're gonna love it she's got a. Copy of the divorce papers Back pocket at all times is ready to go coming up next we will play, back a pretty. Fun phone call we got last hour we're gonna play him, again, the crazy liberal Bob liberal Bob we will hear from him and we. Got some legal stuff it's all. Coming up after the news with STAN Lear IPC mobile news on the level on the.

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