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Navarro Pharmacies, CVS Locations in Miami-Dade to Offer Vaccines to Seniors
"New developments this morning and getting south florida vaccinated the governor stopping at south florida yesterday to unveil the next step in the states vaccine. Rollout next in line are teachers. Law enforcement and firefighters. At least fifty years old. Be able to make appointment soon for retail stores are getting vaccines including tomorrow. Pharmacy locations in south florida. Starting today people sixty five and older in miami dade can make appointments to get covid nineteen vaccine at all thirty one navarro pharmacies and thirty six. Cvs stores fifteen cvs stores across the state will also start giving out the vaccines that include one in miami dade and two in broward
1996 Interview With Flea Of The Red Hot Chili Peppers
"I. I'm fine thank you. How are you want to start off by asking is strange to think of yourself as an arena band. No not really. I mean because we've worked for so long to get to this point where we're playing arenas spent so many years. Starting in this lawless little clubs were way up to mega domes and It's been a very gradual thing so it hasn't been like all of a sudden opinions. Bq jelena's like this for so many bands. Were working in for us. So it's not i mean. Are you glad that you worked your way up that way. I felt good about where at how we got at. I feel like that we've worked hard and we have a good understanding of what it is to be where we are understand the value of work. Can we understand the value of discipline and understand that the fruits of creativity feel like this is the best lineup since the first lineup of the band. I can't say that now. I think this is an expert lineup. That i think would different than any other lineup and i think we are smoking but I think that the john fashanu lineup. This very amazing. And i think that the original is really strong and misdee- initial impetus further suspend. It's hard to compare them. You know they're all hello. John fashanu dave navarro very different people very different ideas and very different ways of expressing themselves. I think this is a great one. If i didn't feel it was clear them. Smoking banned in the world. I wouldn't be out here playing. Arenas was it a goal to get to this level I kinda like often some foggy distance. Perhaps all the player is no. But i more thought of like playing there was a place called in los angeles. This computer called perkins palace. I think it holds about fifteen hundred or two thousand people. And i see parents down. I thank god that was my biggest goal palace that was always thought we make it like the perkins palace. That would be like my dream. Come true the greatest thing in my life. Us kind of clips. That haven't you. We could do that. You know obviously power. You can make enough money to paint event and have another job. You're doing real good chat and I think it was in the rolling stone piece refers to this as a new band with new priorities. Is that the way you see it to I don't know my priorities aren't any different. I don't know what he's talking about the new band. Dave definitely has different priorities in his life than anyone else has never been in. This band has narrowed personal satisfaction. What made you pick up a piece when you originally started playing bass. Hello slovak said to me We've bass player in my band wheel and the world. Yeah that's that's how. I think most bass players start out here. The band needs a bass player and And and there you go. Yeah i guess so. Yeah and did you become as great at as you are by just just constant practice and or mean. Ross run economy. Great thank you. I do i want to call you. Thank you very much. I i developed my style on the base by just trying and by listening to music that i like listening to a wide variety of different musics and trying to understand different feelings as music in lots of different types of music and just being myself not trying to be anyone else and by a really loving firstly. I think you know just truly loving nothing you hills strings. Nothing feels when i get inside. Someone's kicked
Navarro Pharmacies, Select CVS Locations in Miami-Dade to Offer Vaccines to Seniors
"South South Florida Florida seniors seniors to get to get their their covert covert 19 19 shots. shots. Starting Starting tomorrow. tomorrow. Seniors Seniors age age 65 65 older older in Miami in Miami Dade Dade County County will will be able be able to schedule to schedule an appointment an appointment to get to get vaccinated vaccinated at at every every single single one one of of the 31 the 31 Navarro. Navarro. Discount Discount pharmacies pharmacies in in Miami Miami Dade Dade County. County. Vaccines Vaccines can can also also be be scheduled scheduled at the at the 35 35 CVS CVS Pharmacy, Pharmacy, Amos Amos in in Miami Miami Dade. Dade. The The Florida Florida Department Department of Health of Health on on
Navarro Pharmacies, Select CVS Locations in Miami-Dade to Offer Vaccines to Seniors
"South South Florida Florida seniors seniors to get to get their their covert covert 19 19 shots. shots. Starting Starting tomorrow. tomorrow. Seniors Seniors age age 65 65 older older in Miami in Miami Dade Dade County County will will be able be able to schedule to schedule an appointment an appointment to get to get vaccinated vaccinated at at every every single single one one of of the 31 the 31 Navarro. Navarro. Discount Discount pharmacies pharmacies in in Miami Miami Dade Dade County. County. Vaccines Vaccines can can also also be be scheduled scheduled at the at the 35 35 CVS CVS Pharmacy, Pharmacy, Amos Amos in in Miami Miami Dade. Dade. The The Florida Florida Department Department of Health of Health on on
Two additional men linked to Netflix's 'Cheer' charged in separate crimes involving minors
"Have been arrested and charged with sex crimes against minors. The show follows the cheer squad of Navarro College in Texas and I remember back in December, cast member Jerry Harris was busted on federal charges of allegedly enticing minors to engage in sexual activity. Now two more arrests 23 year old Mitchell Ryan. 25 year old Robert Joseph Sienna Ryan arrested in Texas on charges of aggravated sexual assault of a child and see on a two time world champion cheerleader busted in Virginia after soliciting sex online from a juvenile, according to Virginia's Chesterfield County police. Wins news time. 5 36 10 10
Two with ties to Netflix's 'Cheer' arrested on sexual misconduct charges
"To male cheerleaders featured in Netflix hit serious cheer were arrested in separate cases relating to sexual misconduct involving minors. The rest are the latest connected to the show that has already seen misconduct allegations. Against Jerry Harris 25 year old Robert does a scan. A junior, was arrested in Virginia and charged with felony counts of taking indecent liberties with a child and using a phone to solicit sex and 23 year old Mitchell Ryan from the Navarro College Cheer team was arrested in Texas and charged with felony aggravated sexual assault of a child, Harris, who became a breakout star from the Syriza Is facing multiple felony charges involving minors.
"navarro" Discussed on Worst Firsts
"And that guy went hard. I mean we. I went but he went hard and and like so he the the difference to me was like he would. We would be seeing ghosts. You're up for eleven days. Do you start to elucidate literally. Not sleep for eleven days are here. Can't you die after like three. I don't i. I didn't But i had. I had a supplement to keep me away. Oh my god you guys are fucking crazy so scott. The difference mean scott was scott would be tude. This house has coast. Senator looking at right now and i'm like that's me on no drugs. I'm like i know but you're just seeing them because you're on drugs. Like i knew the difference like he would get spooked by am whereas i would see him and no. That's a hallucination. From drugs he went one step beyond where it was like He was seeing. We were both one night. Seeing we spent time with our current friends from their future ghosts. So like for instance. If i went home tonight and got into that behavior and talk to your ghost after you die fucking fifty sixty years from now. I come in to come back. But you're still alive in the real plane like those are the places we don't you kinda part of you think that maybe these drugs have enabled you to actually see what is really happening or do you feel like it was just the drugs now. I think the enabled me to have a fast track to find a goddamn solution. Yeah you know what i mean like meaning had i not gotten into my drug addiction. I would never been turned onto anything to help with it. Which means i would have lost all those tools of coping. I would have lost the support. That i have now. I would probably be a totally different person. So the drugs led me to self healing In a strange way i survived the process. Some people don't survive it Which is why. I think it's really important that people seek out there self-healing now so they don't have to go through what we've gone through In order to get the same thing go to the same place. You don't have to kill yourself or come close to dying to find the the light and i enter the tunnel. You know what i mean. It's just it's a waste of time. Yeah what are you. What advice do you have won't keep you much longer. But what advice do you have to anyone. That's struggling with addiction right now and feels hopeless and feels like stuck in that cycle with. I mean there's there's so much right. Now with the kobe lockdowns and stuff there are so many zoom meetings and they are twelve step oriented and you just do a random search islet absolutely advised that because and i don't care what twelve step group it is or even if it's just a process group or even if it's just finding therapists that you can facetime with Professional help is out there. They're all working. They're all doing it with the with the digital technology which is one great aspect of it and So i do. I do three three groups a week. Rally there like an hour each. And we check in and it establishes Relationships it establishes a connections with people who who are struggling. So you don't feel alone there's laughter there's community antic their structure within the week so it used to be. I didn't know what day it was. Because we're in this lockdown like who gives a fuck with day it is right. It's the same day while now. I know where. I have to be monday wednesday and friday and so having that structure in place is also a great gift because it takes me out of my own head. That's running the show. Most of the time you know that our homeless are struggling right now wrapped up. I mean whether it be like depression anxiety. Whatever i know there are online meetings for pretty much everything for everything and there are support line. And even if it's calling your best friend. And saying i never told you this and i really need to get this off my chest. You will feel better you do. I mean you have to talk about it. I try to keep my grief bank empty. You know means crying out or talking out or whatever you know you have to. You have to keep it empty. Otherwise it's full on builds up. And i mean if you if you and i can sit here and talk about this stuff is openly as we have to as many people who watch you i mean which is millions you know and be comfortable cool about it and feel like proud of it like yeah man. We're fucking survivors. Not gonna let. I'm not gonna let some drug addiction or some dark thaad or some loss of a girl or some whatever like ruined the gift that i've been given you know and i refuse digest about that I mean thinking about. I mentioned chris earlier and i went to chris. Cornell's funeral or chester bennington saying four chris cornell and then a month later. I'm sitting at chester zero a month later. I mean like these. It doesn't have to go that way. And these were two of the most gracious loving nicest guys chester would fucking show up before the crew and he would leave after they fucking closed the venue like he was a dedicated diehard. I've never seen anybody work with that ethic before Scott was a fucking sweetheart chris. Chris and i used to do. We used during twelve step panels when we did lollapalooza. So obviously of and jane's addiction ryan thing and during the day we reach out to rehab facilities and say. Hey bring bring.
"navarro" Discussed on Worst Firsts
"Like how so how long you're like thirty minutes. Forty minutes You walk out of it. You feel like You know base income spacey but you come back to earth pretty quick. it's not You know. I wouldn't recommend driving car home but come home and There's no there's no magical like a ha moment like everything's better. Yeah because this is working on a neurological level. So with that kind of treatment you have to go multiple times there's sessions and there's an ethic and there's integration which is really really important part of it which is discussing with either team or the doctor whoever what came up with you through that journey how that how that applies to your life and what about that you can change with love. That's what we look for. You know on. So how many times have you done a man. I don't even know like a lot. Oh yeah okay so do you feel like the you that when you started versus you now you see a big change. It's hard to say. Because when i started i was in crisis you know i had a big crisis happening in my life so it was very hard to weigh any benefits of anything. I was doing because once i came back just back in crisis again so there was like you open up. I just told them you're opening up new era pathways for the same information to get to me faster but it worked eight so i tabled that for a while. And then i got into just some straight up therapies straight up relationship therapy straight up you know psychiatry and working with with that because there's just fucking no shame in encina psychiatrist and and having a little support if you need it. If you have a headache you can take an aspirin so if you have clinical depression yeah like you need some fucking hell right. You're right. I mean and there's a lot of You know and i do work with psychedelics. Right you know as as a tool not as a solution as a tool. Hello everyone and thank you for tuning into another episode of worse. I guess what makes me really happy poppies. Because what else makes me really happy sarabi. That's right therapy is very helpful as you guys know. I'm very vocal about my mental health on here and pretty much just in life in general. I don't think there's a need to be ashamed or you know. I don't really see the stigma behind it. I think that you need to talk about how you feel and express your feelings and communication is great and talking about expressing.
"navarro" Discussed on Worst Firsts
"Another episode of worse. I it's been words. I wasn't going to do a podcast this week. Because i was so depressed and Today's microbes data bed. Some proud of myself for that But yeah we lost wicky last week after sixteen years of life which is a long time. It's a really long time. And if i might add you. Were going to cancel this. I was gonna cancel the at i. I kind of pushed you sorry. I was like where you're grieving. Maybe the best thing to do is to sit down with somebody who knows grief. Yes and talk about it rather than have it spin in your head so here we are here. We are guys with dave navarro. Obviously without engineer doesn't need an introduction But i'm so glad that you did. Tell me let's do it because i was dru feel better already i do. I just feel better. That i got like outta bed got dress. You know got myself going. You know that's like helpful you know and obviously you when we go through like incredible pain and grief like our own self care suffers began. Were so just mashed within the grief. That like the idea of getting in the shower. It's like for what my life. I'm not showing up for anything. Yeah it's like. I know the feeling and i have a dog and i'm already worried about when he goes. You know the dog is he. He's he's like a yorkie mixed mutt like a rescue. So but like i kept telling my my girlfriend i was like we're spending thousands of dollars and thousands of hours. Yeah into something. That's going to eventually tear our hearts my nine. Tell me about this wrong with. I know i kind of feel like that's it's like that's the hardest thing but i feel like the love they give is so pure and it's so worth it. It's like grief i read. Grief is the price you pay for loving so much resonates. Yeah right isn't a. I'm going through grieving process myself right now. But it's it's manageable. Because i know that the the decision that made that would made that led to that grieving process. Was the right decision for myself for everybody around. So it's okay to grieve even if for instance You part with somebody and you still love them and you still honor them and you still want them to be happy and successful. You're still going to be sad like the sadness isn't there's no shortcuts around that. What is admirable about you. Is that you you lost something you loved and you felt it and you flooded out and you've expressed it and you cried and you did all the right. Things were a lot of people will turn to substances or stuffs that down with some other behavior. Whether it's sex shopping. You know what i mean. I just i couldn't. I mean i just was like oh i just. I don't know i get like physical. I don't know. Did you feel physically. We're going to talk about everything that you've been through because i mean i don't know if my listeners might not know this But you know you wash your mother vero tragic tragic way as your fifteen years old and you am. I allowed talk about your dot year documentary. You can talk about anything you want. Okay so dave. Did this amazing film. Which i really hope gets released for everyone to see called morning sun. And it's about the whole experience of him losing his mother and all the details about kind of you know use solid coming which is kind of scary. That was one of those things at fifteen. I had this sense that my mom was going to die. And i felt the energy and when it happened for some reason i was so a muted all those gifts i had all that intuition trusting myself trusting my judgment and then when you ever fuck thought and you're like well the last fuck thought i had came true so now this one come true right knee whereas case scenario all the time but you know us it's like we just think fucked up. I think are over completely untrue. My husband literally calls me. wcbs worse case scenario. Because 'cause i will find worst possible thing that could happen. He'd be like. Let's go to bali and i'll be like we have a heart attack in the forest. What are they gonna do. I'm not down with that. I have to be medevac out of thank you. I want cedars-sinai right down the street with you see But okay so. I wanna get back to like so you were fifteen and i watch documenting and i'm not gonna give away obviously too much but your mother was murdered. That's the whole ending. You gave it away But i'm not gonna say how like how do so many details that are in it. That will the movie is about my mom's murder. She has a domestic violence situation boyfriend who she broke up with decided that he was gonna kill her. That's his solution. Which is which is by the way about the most pussy solution ever because most people deal with pain and move on and learn to grow. And if you can't. I mean like so that aside and that's my resentment showing The of the film deals with with with where i went as a child Turning to music turning to really seriously bad drug addiction You know cut myself really really a bloodletting a lot of really just extreme measures. Whatever i could do to get myself out of what. I was feeling. You know what i mean. And i'm here to tell you that they didn't work. They were fun when i was in high school. And i remember like it was like yeah like the bloodletting when i would see all the blood come out. I remember being like like relief. I know you release endorphins. And only and only people who are as Diagnose as we are Understand the lure of that and then when it got into syringes and take out as much blood as i wanted that was you know it was. It was on so Yeah so then. I went through the drug phase. I went through the self harm phase. I went through you. Know whatever whatever destructive phase. Even if i thought it was in the name of art like i would convince myself that i'm gonna do this. Great big huge thing and it's okay and it's in the name of art but then it would really be kind of a dangerous dangerous poject for me so and the movie itself turned it out to be a little dangerous because.
Trump adviser broke law with Biden criticism, watchdog says
"A federal watchdog says a presidential adviser broke the law with comments about now president elect Joe Biden the hatch act prevents federal employees from doing political work while on the job the office of special counsel says on TV and on social media traded by Sir Peter Navarro made comments to undermine Joe Biden's campaign White House lawyers asserted Navarro statement for example about Biden cow telling to the Chinese what's acceptable for him to make in his official capacity the special counsel's office said no that Navarro violated the hatch act for that type of activity the law has limits and president trump must determine any disciplinary action at Donahue Washington
Pfizer seeking emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine in US
"Authorization for the FDA. If approved, federal health officials hope toe inoculate about 20 million people. Next month, the White House blaming Democrats for lockdown policies it claims are hurting the economy. Trade advisor Peter Navarro calls that a regressive
Biden team should get access to intelligence briefings
"Republican senators have congratulated Biden on his win at least six more GOP senators Josh Holly of Missouri, John Thune of South Dakota, Chuck Grassley of Iowa, Rob Portman of Ohio, James Lankford of Oklahoma and Mike rounds of South Dakota or saying that Biden should at least be receiving intelligence briefings even if Trump won't order his appointed head of the General Services Administration. To officially recognized Biden as the president elect here is sent it around to South Dakota. Look, one of these two men will be the president, United States after the election results have come in. And I think at this point, just as a matter of Protecting our nation's interests. I do think that both the president and his and his competition here, the vice President Biden should have access to those classified reports. Conservative British TV host Piers Morgan on Friday afternoon urged Trump to concede on Twitter GOP strategist Karl Rove said Thursday that Trump's lawsuits won't change the election results. Cindy McCain also told CNN today her deceased husband, former Senator John McCain, would have wanted Biden recognized as president elect You Beecher, he would be telling these people it is time that we that we move on. It's time we heal. It's China. We support our president elect and also encourage the G s A to release the funds so that the heat and get on with his transition team. Cindy McCain is an adviser to President elect job. His transition team. Trump's press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany, and White House Trade advisor Peter Navarro. Both gave interviews on Fox business doubling down on the idea. Trump is preparing for a second term. This came as major news outlets today formally called the State of Georgia. For Biden and North Carolina. For Trump Theologian. Toral Vote count is now 306 for Biden and 232 for Trump
Biden Secures 85 Votes in Electoral College
"News. This is special coverage of the 2020 election of Lulu Garcia Navarro and I'm Ari Shapiro. Polls have now closed in Florida and Pennsylvania, two key battleground states that could sway the results of the presidential election. And, according to the AP, the race is too early to call in both states. As of now, this is what we do know about the race. So far, President Trump has 55 electoral college votes after winning and reliably Republican states like Kentucky, West Virginia in South Carolina and former Vice President Joe Biden has 85 electoral college votes after winning in Democratic strongholds like Vermont, Virginia and Illinois.
Is Europe copying Victoria's lockdown strategy?
"Say Norman. Let's talk about a place, which is now imposing a five Columba travel limit You can't go to the body shop anymore he conquered the beauty salons jeans I'm not talking about Victoria I'm talking about I land and it looks like pices in Europe adopting some USTRALIAN stall approaches to curbing coronavirus. Yes. Because despite all the complaints about lockdown in Victorian has unnecessary M- should. Just. Let it go climbing from some sources and how in complaining not letting up quickly enough lockdown is actually all you can do when it's getting out of control I mean as a Stralia being used as an example to the world or is this just best practice? No matter where you are let's talk about Ireland for a moment, which is a country that's got a smaller population than Victoria bending how you define. It is right about five million people in the past month if at seventeen thousand cases past week seven, thousand by yesterday twelve, hundred cases in a single day. So. That's getting pretty worrying from them and they they're locked on looks remarkably similar to victorious yet they're going into heights lockdown of his six weeks well, in Victoria. That wasn't long enough. Do you think they might extend it? Well, it's hard to say and it goes on modelling the Senate got more cases and more virus circulating and as we've said. Before on Corona, Cast University of Sydney modeling showed that for every day you delay lock tone when you're out of control, it's a week at the other end, which is one reason why Victoria has gone on a bit longer they try to ring-fence thirty six suburbs. It didn't work and that delayed things by a couple of weeks and we've probably shortened it by lot. At, the end effect on that but that's engine. Now the sorted out and the hopefully, we'll get done very levels, but it depends on how much virus there is around week or so ago a senior person at the W. H. O., the World Health Organization was saying lockdowns shouldn't be the primary way that countries control Khurana, virus, and that sort of headline went out. And I think a of the new Scott got in it because we are seeing countries using lockdown and it can be effective. So where's the? Where's the nuance here? So that's certainly not what was being said last week courting the World Health, organization and we for Monday's synthetically report I interviewed Dr Dave Navarro. Who's in fact, the same health official he's professor of public. Health. Imperial College London and his Special Envoy to World Health Organization on Covid Nineteen, and he feels that he's been misrepresented his view is that sure down is not the first thing that you do. It's not your primary means of control. Your primary means of control has to be testing and contact tracing and quarantine in isolation of the people you find in that process. However he does say that you can get to a point where locked is the only thing that you can do and you should use that lockdown to improve your contact and testing regime. And in fact, if you look at Victoria, that's really although in the first wave, that's what we did as a nation back in March we got our act together in terms of contact tracing. There are still deficiencies in Victoria and they have used the last few weeks to get much better and so the contact tracing regime now in Victoria is fantastic there. quickly, the locking off mystery cases in super-quick time, and that's what you've gotta get. So then fighting the of used that time well. It's not that they're against lockdown. It's just that it has its place. and. When you when it's out of control, the way it is in Europe you've actually got to be able to do that another problem. And, I don't know what they've done in Ireland here. But the problem is the borders and it was a really interesting study the other day looking counties in the United. States and showing that cross-border flow was a very important factor in both the sustenance and the growth of SARS COV to infections. and. If you don't control your borders and you still got people coming in from outside, it's very hard to get this done and on control it. So so really European. Countries are trying to do this with one hand tied behind their bank. Britain and Ireland could control their borders because they're islands but it's harder for other nations exactly and can we just come back to smoking before about Australia and we are doing the numbers that are coming out now looking really really promising do how close are we to having zero spread here in Australia, we're almost there new south. Wales still has cases popping up Victoria might get there before New South Wales because they're still in lockdown and those extra few days of Lockton make make all the difference I think New South Wales it's going to be really hard but they're. You know they're getting on top of it too. I think we're going to be very, very tiny sprayed, and maybe in Victoria, they'll get done to zero spread. And that will make it much easier to open things
What happens if we don't get a vaccine? This is what 'COVID normal' looks like
"Now no minute pretty much every press conference and in lots of news coverage, keep hearing this term covert normal as if as if we all know what that even means, but it's not normal right? It's not abnormal that we used to know how meant to understand what's meant by the term covid normal covered normal at the moment depends on where you live in Australia. So covered normal in Victoria as we speak is really quite a severe lockdown even with restrictions lifted covered normal in New South Wales is You know it's not quite normal life but the you know indoor activities restricted there's no compulsory mask-wearing, but there are outbreaks. State is on a bit of age. Covered normal everywhere else in Australia is getting back to almost normal life which actually puts them at risk of covid nineteen should be. Deposited into their state for some reason. Well, that's not really normal. Though is it because normal life included overseas travel and that's something that seems to be off the table indefinitely and we've had a question for one about audience members about this. What is the endgame? For Ustralia not just the states? What does the next year look like if we don't get vaccine or the vaccine that does come isn't isn't effective enough at first well, in states like new. South. Wales and Victoria covered normal if you like the end game. Assuming that the virus continues to circulate is that we don't circuit quite as much. So it's not locked on. It's just that we don't get into circumstances where a lot of people are mixing indoors, consp-, read the virus. So we're GONNA fewer contacts on a daily basis to reduce the chances of picking up the virus or spreading the virus. Covered normal, but it's not a lockdown. It's just that you to be careful. Now the question you raise a good one, but let's talk about internal borders. So what happens if you lift the border restrictions across? Australia, when the still virus in New South Wales Victoria, well, there's not much virus. So the risk of spread to those states is low but shoot actually it sprayed. Does that mean that automatically West trillions and south Australians queenslanders means etc.. Territories that they have to change their behavior and they've got to restrict how they do things by going indoors and live in a different way. and Professor James McCall, University of Melbourne argues that they don't that in fact, they're covered normal in states with Novartis circulating with Borders Darn is actually the way people are living at the moment, but there's gotta be a heightened alert to the possibility that the virus could come in. So people have got to be aware of symptoms get tested and that the public health systems go onto it in terms of getting on top of testing and contact tracing and that the if you like the protection so that you can reach retain the behavior in those states that you've got at the moment. So news wasn't Toria a degree of social distancing but not. Too drastic but in other states, you can continue the way you're going as long as you're prepared to come forward for testing in large numbers and the systems prepared to pick that up and the an example James quoted was the spread from Melbourne to kill more. So Regional Victoria said, very little corona virus people are getting back to normal much faster. But in fact, the State got on top of the coolmore outbreak and indeed the shepherd and outbreak very very quickly and go to under control without rural and regional victorians having to change their behavior they are covered normal if you like. So this is good news moving forward is that you could. Lower the borders have much freer flow of people and that the compromise for people in the states with Navarro spread at the moment is just ready to come forward for tasting and the systems got ready to respond, which is a small price to pay for tourism and families getting back together again,
WHO doctor says lockdowns should not be main coronavirus defence
"David Navarro, instructing countries to avoid using the shutdown as a quote primary control method. Said the physician lockdowns just have one consequence that you must never be little And that is making poor people and awful lot poorer unquote.
Chicago - Melrose Park man guilty in 2017 Elmhurst road rage shooting near York, Diversey
"Page county jury has found a Melrose Park man guilty on several charges stemming from a road rage incident three years ago. 26 year old Angelo Navarro is facing up to 30 years in prison on felony charges of aggravated battery with a firearm stemming from the incident in Elmhurst in October of 2017, the victim was shot in the face during the confrontation and had to undergo surgery. Navarro appears for sentencing next month.
President Trump again refuses to commit to peaceful transition if he loses
"Hello and welcome to the view. Happy Friday to everybody Meghan will be back on Monday Anna. Navarro is here. We're always happy to have her and we WANNA start today by honoring the reason that we're all sitting here actually, which is because of Barbara Barbara Walters Happy Birthday Barbara many more my dear. Nationwide protests. Yes. Nationwide protests continue over the grand jury decision to let cops off the hook for killing Brianna Taylor. Now really that would be calling for calm and unity right right now right But trump is adding fuel to the fire claiming that he's protesting the use of mail in ballots and they may not peacefully transfer power over to Biden if he's voted out, take a look. To See what happens you know that I've been complaining very strongly about the ballots and the ballots are disaster and People are rioting. Do you commit to making sure that there's a little? Blue want to get rid of the ballots and you'll have a very. Very, peaceful, there won't be a transfer, frankly are the election results only legitimate if you win. So we have to be very careful with the ballots, the ballots to hope big scam and we wanna make sure the election is honest and I'm not sure that it can be. I. Don't know that it can be with this whole. Situation unsolicited ballots they're unsolicited million things sent everybody and we'll say. So. I, think he's playing the autocrat just wants to see which Republicans are going to line up behind them like they've done on every other heinous thing he said and done. But what do I know maybe Anna do you know you're a Republican? Do you think they'll fall behind him? Look I think a lot of them are distancing themselves on on this at least you know one thing joy. It's more of the same. Okay. The only thing trump has to offer the American people is fear that's what his campaign is sewing in the hearts of American fear fear of Lalas, fear of socialism fear ballots fear of election results fear of the transition. So this is another attempt at voter suppression. This is another attempt at making Americans fearful of what will happen if he doesn't get. This is another attempt of driving people to some people to the votes out of fear and keeping some people from voting out of fear and it just you know it's not going to work if you see what we saw in Virginia. Where early voting started and people were lining up for blocks and blocks. If people have to walk over molten lava to get to the voting booth I, think many Americans will and the last thing I want to say. Look I fled to Talibanism I've fled communism integral walk in one, thousand, nine, hundred. where I have heard this kind of talk and where I have seen unelected elected leaders try to perpetuate themselves in power is in places like Cuba, where the Castro's have been in power for over sixty years in places like Venezuela with showers and places like Nicaragua with Ortega and with Somoza it's the tater ships that behave this way. It's dictators that behave this way, and this is what Donald Trump is trying to emulate. Yes. It's ironic. Isn't it that they're worried a lot of the people you mentioned a worried about communism but he's the one who's acting like A. Communist. Countries that you're talking about. So Sunday, how how seriously you take in this actually. I'm taking it very seriously and I think we should all take it seriously because this is a president that. says. The quiet part out loud I mean he has no nuance and so he has been challenging the notion of mail in voting from the very beginning even though he submits his ballots by mail in vote. So I think we have to take very seriously and he's been sort of poisoning the well by saying there's going to be this massive voter fraud while I think people need to understand that this has been looked at there is no such thing as massive mailing voter fraud. In fact, the Brennan Center for Justice, it's a non-partisan think tank calculated. The rate of voter fraud and elections at between zero point zero zero, zero, three percent and zero point zero zero to five percent. Okay. Zero percent. So there is no voter fraud, but he's putting it out there and he's been saying it for a long time. So I, think these are the actions of a man who knows that he is going to be outvoted I think he knows he expects to be outvoted, but he wants to hobble that count, and so we have to take him very seriously. We need to take him at his word.
A Conversation With Maria Hinojosa And Lulu Garcia-Navarro
"The one and only Monday. Joins, me now welcome Lulu. It's it's such a pleasure. I. It is such a pleasure to have you on and to read this book it's called once I was you and it is based around the story. Of how you came to the United States for the first time, tell us that story. Yeah. Well, it's an interesting story. I didn't actually know it like a lot of us. We don't actually ask our parents. So how exactly did I know that you came for example, my whole family we were born in Mexico my dad MPC go of us in Mexico City and dad gets hired by the University of Chicago. He's a medical doctor dedicated to research and long story short he helps to create the cochlear implant. He was an amazing human being. May He rest in peace? So that was in Chicago and my mom, and the four of us kids I was the baby in her arms get on a plane. It's the early nineteen. Sixty's we fly from Mexico City to Dallas and change planes in Dallas, and then we're GONNA fly onto Chicago and. When I finally found out the story when I wrote raising, which is a Motherhood Memoir that I wrote like twenty years ago. You know I found out that there was this whole thing that happened at the airport and that an immigration agent was like you know saying that had some weird skin thing and you know maybe had to put me in quarantine and my mom was like Nah and then I came and I saved the no she didn't say it like this but basically, it was like me Ma Ma Ma you know. She's five feet tall by the way, but stood up and. Know had this kind of moment with immigration agent and and it was a story that I told. Kind of like saying, wow, my mom is such a cool woman like I understand where I get my powerful voice even though she's tiny, she spoke back to an immigration agent. and. Then in the writing of this book, blue is really what happens is that I really understand what was happening there. There were trying to separate you from your mother. They basically told your mom that they were GonNa, take you away and put you in quarantine quote unquote and that she was free to go with her other children but that you would have to stay behind I mean. Can you imagine like? When my mom called me in the midst of and you know Lou that I've been covering this story, the entirety, my career immigration writ. Large. And my mom calls me at the airport. I was flying from one back when we were flying around and in the midst of the height of babies being put into cages, we were hearing the voices. You know we knew this was happening. This is not. This not begin with the trump administration but anyway. Mom. Calls me and she's crying she's like is Gay It could have been me. If I'm a your she was like that was I could have been one of those moms and I swear to Lulu that. By heart dropped I was like Oh. My God. So it's not a story of like my mom. Eh, you know speaking back it's a realized now a story of trauma and that. Wouldn't have happened I think had I not written the book and had the horror of immigration policies becomes so. Crystal. Clear. So inhumane so hurtful and frankly now finally so public You. As you mentioned what brought to Chicago, which is where you grew up, but you always maintained your connection to Mexico and your roots you'd go back and forth. You came here on a green card. When did you become a citizen? I asked this simply because that transition of becoming. An American you said was difficult for you. You. You found it hard to sort of occupy these two spaces. So, it was great because in the writing of the book, I actually had to like do the time line and and then I had to go back and find my citizenship. It was a actually I had just come back from a reporting trip with Scott Simon Scott and I were down inside whether it was December of Nineteen eighty-nine Lau Offensive Little Trenton Webb the FMLN offensive the guerilla warfare was happening inside word and I went down to produce Scott. And I came back and just a few days later I took the oath. Look the reason why it was complicated was because way back then maybe now I am beginning to understand maybe it was because of that traumatic experience in Airport in Dallas I, always kind of new. Like this isn't a certain thing for you. This thing about you being able to come in and out of the United States you've done your whole life. Now. You're a woman you're a journalist you've been to Cuba. You've got you've been tool Salvador you. You know. There may be a time when they say you can't come back and I understood that and so I have to be honest as I am the memoir he was motivated in large part by fear that that my green card could be taken away and that I could not be allowed and this was before this whole conversation of like what's happening now you know this was way before it was a different time but I think I kind of I, kind of knew it. So the thing that happens when you become a citizen in this country is you have to raise your right hand and you have to swear that you will bear arms for this country. And people who are born in this country like my own kids haven't had to do that. When you have to do that you take this thing really seriously you know like the Constitution and the bill of rights and you know all like you take it really seriously, and I think that's why because the book is certainly it's about immigration, but it's also about like my. My struggle for democracy and being seen as a journalist taken seriously to be that's all a part of democracy and it just becomes I mean I was living with a green card I was I was definitely understanding my role as a participant. But when you raise that right hand, it's at a whole
Peter Navarro abruptly cut from CNN after heated COVID debate with Jake Tapper
"A heated exchange yesterday between White House trade advisor Peter Navarro. CNN's Jake Tapper. They got into it the issue the president's pandemic responding Navarro, Thank you so much. I appreciate your time today. Thank you so much, and I would just like to remind the people watching. I am reminded The United States has less than 5% of the world's population, and the United States has more than 20% of the world's corona virus deaths. That is a fact it does not matter how many times He insults CNN. And that's when CNN state of the union, the abrupt ending left Iraq Navarro in mid sentence.
Trump to Visit California After Criticism Over Silence on Wildfires
"Going to begin right now going straight to California, which is facing, of course, record breaking wildfires more than three million acres burned joining me live. Los, Angeles mayor said he Mayor Garcetti, he thanks for joining us. We're seeing these horrific scenes out of the west coast the Bobcat fire burning fewer than twenty five miles outside of Los Angeles as of yesterday that fire destroyed almost thirty thousand acres. It's only six percent contained right now president trump is going to travel to your state tomorrow to meet local officials. He approved disaster relief for your stay three weeks ago. Are You satisfied with the trump administration's response? Well we always have great cooperation with our federal agencies and I want to thank them for that because they do step up whether it's corona virus or whether it's fires but I think leadership at the very top needs to be earlier stronger and from the President I wish that we would get as much attention not based on an electoral map but just. Purely on being Americans and the need for leadership to be from the white. House for all of America You know whether it's twin hurricanes on the Gulf coast or fires here on the West Coast we're one nation and sometimes looking at the leadership that comes out. It's easy to forget that it's taken three weeks I'm glad he's coming but. We need much more help when we have firefighters dying on the line and Washington refuses to help states and refuses to help local governments that are the first responders to emergencies like this. It's unconscionable. So instead of hitting the golf course going on vacation the president, the Congress respectively should sit down this week and finally make sure that there is assistance for. These brave men and women who are protecting our lives and protecting our property well to be clear. What exactly are you saying? President trump in your view would have done differently of California were say a republican state like Louisiana A or other states in the Gulf, Texas what what what would have done differently because he did sure Clare Disaster three weeks ago. Absolutely and I always say that that's very important that those agencies respond. We get good coordination but there's a refusal to blaming of blue states over red states in his mind I remind people there's a million Republicans that live here in the city of Los Angeles even if you're a partisan, you should be stepping up with empathy you should be stepping up with helping with a new cares act when people are slashing local government and state government laying people off this is bad for our economy. This is bad for our emergency response. It's terrible for our corona virus response, and so we need leadership that is equal across this country instead of being partisan and divisive, and it's very clear. This president seems to divide more. He's going to come out here and probably tell us I gonNA send you rakes instead of more help we need actual help material help not based on our party affiliation or how we voted leadership isn't about grudges. It's about governing for all. Well, let's talk about that because. Of Atta Rally last night president trump repeatedly told his supporters that containing the wildfires is all about forest management in. As you note, he's frequently criticised California for failing to rake the forest floors to prevent wildfires What's your response? What are the facts behind this? Well I listen to fire professionals not the president of the United States are politician when it comes to actually what causes these fires It's been very clear that years of drought seeing whether it's too much water and too much rain in parts of our country right now or too little. This is climate change and this is an administration that's put its head in the sand while we have democratic and Republican mayors across the. Country stepping up to do their part this is a administration president who wants to withdraw from the Paris climate. Accord's a later this year the only country in the world to do so Talk to a firefighter. If you think the climate change is real and it seems like this administration last vestiges of the flat earth. Society of this generation, we need real action we need to actually reduce the carbon emissions that we have and we. Need to make sure we can manage that water and this is not about just forced management or raking anybody who lives here in California insulted by that quite frankly and keeps perpetrating this live.
"navarro" Discussed on Pro Rata
"Tiktok. After we finished taping with Peter Navarro President Trump said this. Whether it's a Microsoft or somebody else buys it that'll be interesting I did say that if you buy it, whatever the price is that goes to whoever owns it because I guess it's China essentially but more than anything else I said a very substantial portion. The price is going to have to come into the treasury of the United States. because. We're making it possible for this deal to happen. No that's not how this works and yes his statements do skate very close to extortion. Or watching today is the XFL. The Spring football league founded by wrestling presario Vince McMahon which fell into bankruptcy after the corona virus. season. Today. An investor group that includes Dwayne the Rock Johnson agreed to pay fifteen million dollars for the XFL's assets and the buyers. Now hope to strike a few major media deals that would justify much greater investment in restarting the League. They were also watching a very different bankruptcy saga. This time when it comes to retail to more big brands went chapter eleven in the past twenty, four hours I men's warehouse and second Lord and Taylor, which is the country's oldest department store chain. We don't know what the future for either of these companies is but I do know that they will not be the last retailers to go bust during the pandemic. And we're done big. Thanks for listening. It's producers Tim Chauffeur's Naomi. Shaven have a great national watermelon day and we'll be back tomorrow with another axios recap..
"navarro" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Garcia Navarro good morning how good a job has the CDC been doing in this their latest rollout aimed at tracking the spread of cook at nineteen and what will the world look like after the corona virus author and historian Yuval Noah Harari gives us his thoughts also the story of an extraordinary family and breakthroughs in understanding schizophrenia I think that this is an example of a family that really experienced not just one but two or three or four different horrors all at once and came out the other side plus puzzles an RV travel it's Sunday April fifth the news is next live from NPR news in Washington on trial Snyder president trump is warning the country could be headed into a tough week predicting what he said would be a lot of doubts stemming from the corona virus pandemic and Saturday's White House briefing the president also expressed eagerness to get the economy up and running as soon as possible and said the federal government is denying some requests from states for ventilators and other assistance saying the federal government is deciding how to allocate equipment in some cases as NPR's Sarah McCammon reports president trump has said New York does not need the forty thousand ventilators the state has projected could be needed as the death toll climbs without providing evidence trump accused some states of asking for more ventilators the necessary if the state has ventilators as an example that they know they're not gonna need they should give them over we should move them with the other ones New York governor Andrew Cuomo says Oregon is sending ventilators to his state nearly three thousand people have died in New York and more than seven thousand nationwide president trump says the nation will see many more deaths particularly over the next two weeks Sarah McCammon NPR news the number of confirmed infections in the U. S. tops three hundred thousand more than eighty five hundred people have died the president's health advisors say coronavirus cases could peak this weekend three major hotspots New York Detroit and Louisiana California Los Angeles county this weekend reported as the largest single day increase in dance and new cases since the pandemic started heading that heard these reports there were twenty eight more fidelity since seven hundred eleven new cases LA county now has over fifty two thousand confirmed cases and one hundred and seventeen deaths most of the deaths Dr Ferrer says where those with underlying health conditions and over the age of sixty five nine however were between eighteen and sixty five Dr Ferrer added that is more testing becomes available the number of cases will likely jump to a thousand a day this week since about ten percent of those tested turn out to be positive the county says it expects to be able to test ten thousand a day for NPR news I'm heavily in her eighties in Los Angeles Lobel Kentucky officials warning of a group traveling around the area of ministering fake corona virus tass metro council president David James says the scammers have been setting up test sites around the city and charging more than two hundred dollars protesting really Medicaid fraud.
"navarro" Discussed on KCRW
"Under the Garcia Navarro you don't have to look far to see the effects of the climate crisis all around us in Australia with the recent devastating fires that annihilated wildlife and clog the skies with smoke in Miami threatened with rising sea waters and stronger storms here in DC right now we're spring is arriving almost a month early and there was barely any snow this winter and with all this evidence comes a feeling for many of despair what can we do in the new book the future we choose surviving the climate crisis two of the lead negotiators the Paris climate agreement laid out two scenarios one where we do nothing and another will we adapt and act we're joined now by cristiana Figueres and Tom Rivett Carnac to talk about these two possibilities the Senate joins us from her home in San Jose Costa Rica welcome thank you very much for the wonderful to be on your show wonderful to have you and Tom joins us from London welcome thank you very much great to be here I want to talk to you today actually about what we can do because we've heard a lot about what's happening but you discuss in this book the idea of a green planet of a of a better future where people have relinquished their cars and they're more trees how does that happen we have to be able to consciously decide that we will rally all our innovation all our creativity all our ingenuity in order to collectively because individually it's impossible collectively be able to address climate change in a timely fashion so that is the first thing that we have to prepare for this internally before we go out and do the physical measures that we actually also have to engage it won't tell me what some of those things are for people who are listening and what are the things that we can do and then I want to go on to talk about some of the challenges that the that we face on different levels and business and and in government but what can we do as individuals so in the immediate short term they're arranged different things one of those is around food eating meat is something we have become habituated to but actually it is having a devastating impact on the planet just deciding to remove meat from a day a week or a meal a day is a hugely positive step and improves health anyway we can also pay real attention to how we move ourselves we can shift all modes of transport to public transport to electric vehicles what possible and we can also pay attention to things like where our money is invested pensions have huge power to watch the shift of the future and so we can ask questions of the trustees the hold of money if we have pensions and that can have a major impact on the world the Tom can this happen under the current situation in twenty seventeen president Donald Trump pulled the United States out of the Paris agreement how do you accomplish the goals of cutting emissions to zero by twenty fifty for example when you have world leaders think climate change is a non issue well look well the desire of the fundamental to this and what Donald Trump is down is is appalling as far as we're concerned in terms of pulling out of the Paris agreement but let me answer your question is slightly different way right now forty nine percent of global GDP is already covered by a net zero by twenty fifty target that is either it's a country or a state or region or an investor or a business that has made a commitment to get its emissions to net zero by twenty fifty now that is what is required by science interestingly with the US the U. S. is with it in with a fighting chance of still meeting its commitments that were made under president Obama in Paris because of the leadership that's been shown by states by businesses by regions but all these other players in the economy so it's not true that nothing is happening there is huge momentum you are negotiators on the Paris agreement are you disappointed in how it's turned out so far and is this one of the reasons why you want to write this book I've been on several times you know is the Paris agreement's basically in the trash can and most definitely it is not it was always constructed in full recognition of the fact that we can't decarbonise overnight that is going to be a multi decade effort this is the full run all the way to two thousand and fifty yes the first ten years are absolutely critical because the first ten years from twenty twenty to twenty thirty which is the decade that we have just started all in the ten years in which we absolutely have to get on the right course of emission reductions that is what the book is about that was Tom Rivett Carnac and could stand if you get is and they are the authors of the future we choose they also hosts the podcast outrage and optimism thank you both very much thank you thank you true story this past Valentine's day I was walking out of the office when I overheard a group of younger colleagues saying that they were staying in to watch the sequel to Netflix's to all the boys I've loved before called PS I still love you then my sister called me to say the very same thing and I will confess I watched it too it follows the story of Lara Jean and her crush and eventual boyfriend Peter Kaminsky based on a series of best selling books by Jenny Han it was a charming breakout hit and if my informal polling of people on Valentine's day is any guide the sequel is pretty popular too we're joined now by no Centenario who plays Peter Kaminski from our studios in Culver city welcome aid thanks revenue I read that you are to Netflix rom coms what Molly Ringwald of sixteen candles fame was to the eighties and John Hughes films I think you're a little bit too young to serve maybe know the reference no no no I I can think of what you're putting down that's that's a crazy comparison I mean that I'll take it thank you yeah one of the things that I think of people find so appealing about you is that you are dude and you can play very dude like but but you don't play this kind of macho character you show vulnerability this is you're declaring your love to lurching.
"navarro" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"This is the cat's table. John Cats Matiz here Sunday morning. What's going to happen at twenty twenty? What's the economy's GonNa do? Twenty two thousand eighteen has been a great year for all Americans and with us this morning. Is Peter Navarro. He's the director of the Office of Trade and manufacturing policy for president trump. Good Morning Peter. How are you happy New Year John on anyone happy new year and it was a great year for twenty one thousand nine hundred tell us how twenty twenty s so so so here? Here's a background for you. listeners. Before joining the trump administration my bag as it were being a macro economic on the forecast your businesses and for stock market investors. So my my idea would be to look at the chessboard. And in until you're out whether you we're GONNA have a Berisha bullish scenario And I would always be based on whether you're going to have a stronger economy so so the kids. The great news is absolutely the news. Twenty twenty Is Setting up beautifully off for both a strong economy In a bullish dog Mark Collier argue my forecast basically Will be much closer to three percents. GDP growth two percent for years. And I took some months ago that we have thousands on the Dow if We were able to pass the US Mexico Canada agreement and is lower interest rates from the Fed. Both of those things have been pulling the place waiting for the Senate feel deal on. US NCAA then the stock not moving upward. And I anticipate in continue. So so. What's the nature of the bullish forecasts? You on the way I look at. It is if you look at the economy. Scott feel drivers to consumers you got investment government spending you've got called called net. Exports Difference between how much is export which creates a bunch of jobs and how much import which is a job killer you know take a look at what. President trump has done is basically an economic strategy. That goes back to my time on the campaign when you talked about Stimulating economic growth from four points of the compass. Theo relation tax cuts on new. She energy sector in fair and balanced. That's true so here's where we are right now. Because trump and trump strategies worked so well. We've had really really strong employment numbers. The lowest unemployment rate then walked on new stores are low for blacks Hispanics edits and then And we've got wives and wages. So what does that translates into confidence consumers to translate in degraded the purchasing power because the rising wages and consumers the anchor of the boom. That's GonNa crew in twenty twenty but that's not that's not all by Muse me as if you look at the government in terms of economic driver. We had a really good breath John Last week when an Congress finally did something new past two things. They Pass Appropriations Bill between twenty and they passed also the national defense authorization. Russian ask the Chazelle that defense spending in it Those are great. Jobs and great wages can have a solid GOVERNMENT NJ a driving the economy along with consumers. Now it's even better five trade deal covering more than sixty percent of all the world trade and you're GONNA get put into place in twenty twenty. got a great deal of Japan. The Union the South Korea veal got candidate in Mexico and the US Canada and Mexico and got a phase one deal with China. So we're really strong on canonical out of that. And then business investment because growing so well and so strong here the business investment thus when flooding to you in the auto industry the cars in the US that Mexico candidate agreement we'd show strong incentives the mystic investment and domestic production offshoring. All the jobs. So this junk this is economy on the president. Donald J trump. Aw Setting a beautiful for economic boom in twenty twenty in a bull market. CNBC reported that the Markets in twenty twenty. Nine thousand. Nine hundred have gone up the world markets seventeen trillion dollars. They also reported that Massa charge has said that the increase in consumer spending for the Christmas holidays is over three point four percent which is a record high so consumer optimism is great and I guess based on also on the on markets and it's real optimism. John False his optimism. There's an it's real optimism because everybody wants a job get a job and the trump economy everybody wants to look for a better job as your whoa opportunities to do so and that gives families sitting around the cat. Kitchen table A lot of comfort. We're also seeing wages. Rise disproportionally is proportionally faster in trump country in the lower end of the income stream With president trump is done. This is truly remarkable. uh-huh is transformed the Republican Party into the plays. You'll see in class. C got Always Blue Collar Democrats who they that they used to call Reagan. Democrats now trump in the class. Who who are really supporting this president because he's creating all of these Jobs lobs Across the country in and manufacturing the new. And you're the trench industrial base is doing over seven billion dollars when you have been spent on the defense budget. northerns I do at the White House is making sure that we have fast foods Bill combat vehicles vehicles in places like New York Pennsylvania Line Ohio or with a lot shipped shipyards a robust again. After a they're really going downhill places like Chile. Shipyard Marinette concentrate Tuscaloosa Alabama. It's just it's just Pascagoula seeking until it's a beautiful thing and people should look look forward to twenty twenty one of the best years of insurgent history economically and. This doesn't count that. I understand Dan that if Britain Great Britain goes brexit that. We're going to do a deal to bring them into better economic policies just between us who was the Brits through for over two years. We're chopping at the bit there chomping at the bit the problem there's just purely the administrative point of view that we cannot enter into an agreement as long as they're still technically part A the European Union so that hard Brexit will new full negotiations The good news is that historically Arkley. It's always been easier to get mutually beneficial trade deals when you have economies that are similar to yours wars meaning that we're both industrial economies a lot of times in the past. He tried to trade deal with velvet countries. You gotTA commit some of their manufacturing base in exchange for some of your by some of our Our products and it just doesn't work quite as well all speed ahead for the UK. Now you feel happy. Markets in the states dow hit thirty thousand. That's ridiculous today's I'm on record. There's no back at you Google Peter Navarro and Dow thirty thousand. And then you see. I made that prediction both on CNBC NBC and Fox Must be much go in and by the way for you listeners I would like to say I have some significant credibility on this because you're on the day after the election on the river nice about seven am on CNBC squawk box when the teachers will down hundreds and hundreds of points. I don't squawk box and I was only one on the planet. He said we were GonNa hit twenty five thousand on the Dow the trump administration and I laid out the four main reasons. Why which were those four points in the compass I I do it? which was the tax cuts away? She cheap energy and fair trade. And so I made that prediction on November. Nine Twenty Sixteen we got to twenty five thousand and thirty thousand on the Dow couple of months ago. We're going to get there as well. That's me I'm thinking. Thirty thousand the under twenty one sanskrit Last question China are things falling into place yet. Moving food it Just just the way Ambassador Robert White House chief. Negotiator has said he needs came in principle to a phase. One reveal Some weeks ago The remaining task which is the central part of the process is to translate fix page age with me which is an English into Chinese and they made sure that that Chinese edition basically assess accurately the English version. And once that's done new on to a signing ceremony. The good news is that China's already buying all substantial amounts of agricultural products And so all systems appear to be go for that and We're going to be very positive and optimistic in that game. Peter Navarro thank you so much happy New Year and thank you for what you do for our country and and and the world world now and hope to catch up with your New Year call call me at any John Young told about President Donald J trump and his vision for America. Thank you this is the table. We'll be right back..
"navarro" Discussed on Spanish AquÃ Presents
"Danny thank you so much for being here. It's been great. It's been a feast. Kimberly is giving you tell. Danny called automatic. Call their own. We both looked at each other albro Marlboro from New Zealand. I know but it sounded like cigarettes Marlboro from New Zealand. Yeah that's like it. Took a wind class with one of the seven females. Tom Lee is okay and I learned about Wayne so I know malic stuff looking okay. coogan tormenting no one was I know Donnie during the social media and tropical Separate Daniel Navaro. They're fake accounts. It's a long story. No then Danny any Navarro's also there's There's a Dave Navarro's a rock Nova bicyclist and there's also that's worse Who Works at this restaurant? Equipment supply stores claimed that I was fraudulent. WHOA wait argument like I was trying to buy suffer? And she's like this isn't the real l.. Dare Navarro and I was like. It's just me from you can have the same name now. I I know one. And you're not him can only be one Also I forgot to mention one of the most important things about Danny really quick. Before we're done is his dog scully. SCULLY's love him. Once he named. scully I adopted him the day that they changed the street name Vince Gully Vince. Who was the the broadcasters the Los Angeles dodgers oh they named a street after him when he retired and I just happened to adopt him that I felt it was fitting? Are you a dodgers fan view. Is You if you in the store like like some of the branding is very very dodger. Ask for those Easter eggs. Yeah and WHO. Is your favorite dodger player right now. Dodger player right now. I've always loved Kershaw. I mean just because I feel like me to Kelly. girled Tony's favorite joke Kelly because Here reminds me of Charlie Sheen in wild all things right while things in no sorry sorry remained wild. Yes yes yes anyways enough about baseball these ball all right so we got your handles. Everybody go follow Danny As I g and also what you need to uncover tropical also go and support them. They're are vegetarian vegetarian. I'm out of it and if you motherfucker I turning and if you do go make sure you tag also we can share play or whatever your favorite dishes at one of these allegations locations and also you can follow us at Spanish Aqui presents you can follow me at of course it's Carlos I'm on the toilet coach. You need though and at the Tony Rodrigue on twitter.
"navarro" Discussed on Spanish AquÃ Presents
"Let's come come back from under the table. Okay Okay I see you guys are responding. That's let me try another one. That maybe it's sexual fast so I Here here we go here. It is Number to say the name of the restaurant and then those I'll eat it out. Okay Okay Okay Okay Sir and because you needed in the restaurant or you could take your home. I know but let's did. You say he's actually you're even saying at sexually. Okay now this is. This is insane. You're grinding pumping trumping the table. And you're saying you know really shockingly vulgar guys can we POW orange except for equal because we have to get him late okay. I'll do it. I'll do it do it. I need this job and I. I can't work with stressful environment. Look A- as much you need an out guys okay. I have a new slogan. I I go back up from the table. Okay Okay L.. Coachie NATO Oh the flower you okay no back under the table under the table. Okay guys listen number. One addressed the fact that our boss for that goal was thrust Weiner wait let Siebel. He's still doing. It is come back up here I got it flesh colored pants I thought it was. I think I understand what's happening. I think that I might have some issues that I'm projecting onto this slogan. So what what kind of issues. We want you to say personal issues about the way that I was brought up and that's fine. It doesn't win out to go right into it but I think I figured out the safest way to sell this on okay and think it's GonNa be. I think it's GonNa go like this guy. Ready members say the name of the restaurant and the name of the restaurant. You're so on top of it only job here at this company. You're here we go. It's gone she need those. That's nothing more first of all. What is it But there's multiple stores in store. I'm thinking about the future. I'm sorry keep going all right here. We Go L. Coach you need to. I will stable type. I send my offer. Yeah I can't do this doc. Yeah we're under the table. Say say say under the only us. Oh Gosh well hello. It's me Danny. Navarro owner of. Oh Yes oh sorry sorry. We're doing anything we were just undertake. So yeah I know you guys are trying to like pick a slogan for my my restaurant and I was I was just texting about food with my friend. Rice her bathroom wall. She really is Listen in and she kind of came up with a really good slogan and it's and got you need is the Cuban Larry. I'm I'm sorry Danny Navarro. Our job is to market your restaurant. I don't think you're very good at this. As a matter of fact no one's GonNa come to a restaurant just for one person and who honestly no one's ever heard also I can see there's like a breaking your neck. Oh my God. You're you're a nobody looked. Anthony writes at least they wait a minute. They're still more syrup glorious. You're trying to take over Los Angeles. Hey how.
"navarro" Discussed on Spanish AquÃ Presents
"Awesome plays devoted to the segment answered this thing. Of course for the rest of the day marder her back to Puerto Rican Joan Navarro. They say when I cook for them Cuban in the House I have to make his meat is be and his separate it from Tony and Oscar doesn't what it is like if it Susan if it's early season it's fine on mobile but if it's something that's like Cuban garlic something is not gonna end we'll for anybody. Intolerant of Cubans clock is running right now until I started to liberal the other guy's runaway and lock myself in. They locked me in the room view. Always been garlic and told no I inherited that after my twenties. My Dad was like that and so my sister see the third about I mean I. I got that and I'm allergic to aspirin heritage. Both my sisters have it. Your greater degrees one has a thing with garlic. One has a thing with aspirin. I have both both but to a lesser. Is Their vampire blood or your family. Maybe Make Your Twenty S. I literally. It's cool inherited. People get their powers. Do Look like a vampire you look Mary for your age and also you do. Have a vampire revived me right now to is it the winter or did I couldn't see the saw. Danny I know we. We talked a lot about what you need got. What what's your one now like you know what's new with you? Ah Now. What's what's happening with new with you? In how why. Why aren't you working out where I work out? Where do you work out? Now what are you doing and Dan Baking bread and six in the morning you say. He's having bread babies every day. He's got a first haircut and like two months my thought I like was cheating on him. Shit that's a real thing too. I haven't slept or done much else. You WanNa say like on Mondays I do payroll. I like sitting Kushner in the morning by myself. I put your podcast is like hanging out with friends to like. Aren't you guys are just like my social not yet Danny Danny big supporter. He's come to show he's awesome early. Also we were in the early adapter we perform at your step. What was that thing that we did was a block party a lot of fun? I met a boy that partial show. We shut the place we shot. We have we should uh put it out. We'll put it on yourself. You've been such an integral part in the birth earth of Spanish. The raising of us to take care of Brad Pitt also took care of party last year. The Electron party Cuban booty Cuba anything. You've been booty booty where the Cuban booty because I had the same girl that makes this. I made a one piece. That said Cuban booty as folk. You're putting in your shirt what it's called Danny if you if you weren't running for because yeah and we need to. What would you be doing with your life? That's interesting I mean ten. He feels like he never. Nobody ever asks in personal question. He doesn't care about me Something with my hands. I always felt like I work with my hands in some way things things like to do. The work at the restaurant is like I'll put together like building stuff building the bar like building the cushions at Ah cafe like I like to work with my hands. Do you like go to Home Depot and hang out. I love how you said. People love gear toy story. I spend so much time there. There's always work. My hands is like this guy weekend. Home Depot the Home Depot afternoons or really late at night when it's poppin.
"navarro" Discussed on Spanish AquÃ Presents
"I take it away in a presents like Carlo said Carlos Rights and Skar. How's everybody feeling today? Feeling good feeling good here because he's working feeling hungry feeling it's interesting feeling grateful. Feel real grateful Hashtag blessed for what you sound leg like Thanksgiving meal in you know when you eat and you just can't no actually save it. The leader we are about to have one after we get their biegel very excited for this episode. I love anything that involves food in my mouth. I just know there's other applications Fuca. Just be in front of you. Food could be a proud. Who could be on? Top of your body wanted in amount. I'm always hungry. It's interesting somebody Szeswith food on top of my head. Yeah favor refers hair on your head on my face. You fucked up so roy repurposing purposing Mita media. Yeah I don't know I'm hungry guys clean. I am angry to get to it. Let's get to it so we don't have Tony Year for this right now. We don't par so Tony's probably in the bathroom right now taking four. He's got the major shits right now. Don't tell anybody eh right now. Furiously shitting rea-. So yeah that really got to him hard. So he'll be missing this segment of giving. Yeah Yeah but in his honor and his bowels on her we shall sing the song. Take it away raise A. We're doing doing it together. Okay Okay let's all do the same ready. Yeah a EH getting bigger the move picture B. B.. PP though this week of thanksgiving. and I feel like everybody's experiences for Thanksgiving are different. A lot of people love it. It's your favorite holiday. A lot of people don't really they don't care some people they hate it 'cause family stuff or you know whatever it is represents is also also like the the true backstory is terrible But yes I guess I just wanted to talk about it. What what's what have have year Thanksgiving like? This week is coming up. What are you guys doing? So like for me Thanksgiving has always been very special because it's the one tradition that my family always how a held together like we after we all kind of left the home like the the nest so my sisters all went to Florida or they went away and I came to California. We always made a point to get together so this is essentially what we've done for most of not. There's been a couple of times that we hasn't worked. Oh for the most part like we're more traditional about Thanksgiving than for actual Christmas or any other like major holidays so okay. So that's your mom's side that you guys go to no no no. It's just it's just you all you just do like your mom or other Rico we used to host the Thanksgiving okay party and everybody would come mm-hmm all the family will okay. All the different families would come his something about also like back in the day. Both families would make like. That's something that's very interesting because I was looking at old pictures again realized that father site family from the other side and and family from my mother's side would all hang out. It was like a like an old school thing and eighty staying being because I noticed like all the major parties have both. It wasn't like an over to this side. Are we going to decide it was everybody was just Kinda so. Are you staying here though. Are You you going your business this year. My Mom's coming. She says my sisters are doing their own thing. This very usual zony happened like the last time it happened was like two thousand fourteen. Aim for the end since two thousand. We've all gotten together for Thanksgiving. So that's what I'm trying to say like. Yeah it's been very much tradition In terms of just us so it's like my two sisters my sisters families me and my mom yeah So my family we I lived in Miami growing. Bring up and and see these are these are the moments we ended up getting okay so so my family we in the beginning Thanksgiving was very much like my mom's side of the family kind of celebrated that And then we would do like Nacho with my dad's decided family sold Thanksgiving was It was usually always at my like a mile willow with my willow Marwa But we would wrote so we would rotate with my mom's brothers and sisters so but one of my uncles. He lived in Geneva Switzerland. So like we didn't go there uncle Doug but so it was uncle David David Tia -tarian and my my mom is Teri and then Tia Laurie. Laurie Laurie everybody is like yeah likes tomorrow tomorrow. Yeah it sounds like that's her name. Isn't it to you really only all I was like I didn't know this okay anyways. So yeah we you're right so it is a stupid. I didn't get them in is now I did it. You started in so anyways always we would rotate like within the families. And then my a willow Gogo he would dress up as Santa Claus and we would do like a secret Santa so that was always the big tradition on Thanksgiving. Because you're not gonNA see each other during Christmas so we would do it together and like he would. We would do a secret. Santa Gift Kiss and whatever but then after my our low pass away it kind of just veered towards going to Gainesville and doing it at mighty. Laurie's house and uncle. Oh Bob also like everybody like got divorced or remarried or whatever so like we will go to Uncle Bob's house and they do it like Hallo white style awards though like a they like do the Turkey and they stuffing and they like legit like like they like they go and they shoot. Who'd a Turkey shoot a Turkey lake? Yeah that's that's why people do in the country they go in they shoot their own. Just go to the supermarket and Auto Motor Ball. No they go shoot it and then they like do all the stuff and then like you eat it and I. Obviously I'm a vegetarian so I don't fuck with that at all but other than that. It's at the Lake House and it's really beautiful and I get to wear boots and like scars because it was cold for us so yeah it was always. It's always my mom's side and really fun. The food food was very Americanized. Ish because that's like but then we would bring in Miami and like my my mom and like my sisters are you oh my. AOL La La la like we would do. More Leno esque food and bring that in Puerto. Rico's different yeah we offer for arly join us. Hello like Cuban Cuban but the Thanksgiving was definitely more like America any solid lake that side of my family. They live North Florida. So it's not as is like it's it's we all know it's just different from Miami. PERKY THEY MAKE LIGA regular Turkey. They do it on like sticks or whatever like you know like where it's like it. It's like oh no. I forgot the word history. I don't think so. I think it's called something else. I don't know whatever ever spit but yeah I don't know what you call it. I don't know I like shot my first and only time a gun Turkey. No no no no no no I shot a gun for the first and only only time in my life on Thanksgiving there once with my like my dad and the guys they were all like shootings chef. Chris do it and I was like I don't want to do it. One hundred percent bullied me into it and I did it. And it's the scariest thing like in movies and stuff like they show you people shooting guns for the first time I am and they don't like bow they don't jump back they don't like the the noise just not real and I know but I'm like Oh my God is so scary anyway so shots the shooting Turkeys and like yeah I don't know yeah he's all yeah as usually what they do is they take the Turkey and they make it taste like literal so much and it's called Voltron that's a very interesting black magic but it's amazing because usually Turkey can be pretty bland and you have to put gravy on Turkey well a lot of people don't it's a Turkey one it's made like Bwa have you've never tried to Turkey then it's Turkey is just seasoned and made in a way so they don't have any literally and there's no electron literally season inmate like Whoa how you make a mixed mixed child baby or what he got mixed race make space I wanted to say what about you Oscar. What do you how do you think the biggest thing here is did I want to point out is that Thanksgiving is an exclusively American holiday for someone who's not worn or raise in this country? I mean we didn't and do it right. It just didn't exist right so coming here. It's interesting to see how like Latin Americans have like adapted American in culture celebration and I think ultimately it's it's th Thanksgiving is a day where you spend with your family. That's like the whole point of it and I mean that screams let next culture to me right and it also screens on next culture in the sense that we gather around together for food right. Food is our connective tissue. And families are connective tissue literally. So I mean it's to me it's like an Anglo Saxon holiday that is the most Oh slap next every purpose. Yeah exactly it but for me I we never did it. Wasn't it wasn't a thing that we did. And what are you doing this year for Thanksgiving state. You stay here dog nights also. I fundamentally disagree with the holidays so I don't I really don't do anything I get where you're coming from from with that one hundred percent I will say it's just such a nice excuse to get together with your family and friends and make make sure that everybody feels like they have to go. It's kind of like a birthday like I saw hate my birthday but you guys have known me for whatever number of years and I've have always done something on my birthday because I love a reason to get all my friends together and like they have to come. It's not like I'm inviting them to a show. I'm not like inviting them to like. Just a random get together so I think that's my biggest thing with like why I do like the holidays but I hate the real Shirley Gore's hate the unreal frigging reason why it's a you know a Holiday Inn calendar I mean like that's where you and I are fundamentally. So different RISA I am because we'd opposite said I hate my birthday. I don't want anyone to do anything all I want from every day and people. Who Know Me know this you if you need to do something for my birthday Earth Day if it makes you happy to do something for my birthday all I need is Flan? That's it that's all it is and Some people know. And that's all they do for and it's great I will say yes..
"navarro" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"That whole scene that was going on here in La Stephen e you for view it started it started in San Diego Seventy seven seventy seven so we've gone on your radar a few years later when I believe I saw you guys with Motley crue at one of the local clubs yes play together with the crew back then we did a couple or maybe there was a San San Santa Monica civic show for some weird like maybe we didn't play together that much which is really odd there was there was one show that I saw but it might have been bigger than but I know that I was seeing Japan's mainland when there was the universal amphitheater there were shows right right you know so like back in those days is near a band tried I also was excuse me also was the guy who got to the GIG three in the afternoon and waited to meet with the dudes like bloating in and stuff there you go why did we with the van Halen really seventy eight I'd say you know what you're a diehard man any links Dune teach you did you crossover with Van Halen at all back in the day or were they already on their way when they had just started seeing them a friend of mine tip kept telling go see this band playing bizarre they play Zeppelin and really good though Siham and I missed him and then he said no now they're at the whisky ago it's like the big place so I drove up on myself and I went okay same thing go backstage weight and I parked my car and I waited and I saw dave go up the stairs and I yelled at him smokey joint until my book and he's like yeah and I wanted to meet Edgar because I was more of a guitar player singer Guy than and and you know Dave you blew me off anyway after he got to join and so he took my way I'm going to see Ed let me tell you something let me tell you something did you a favor because I I met Dave and listen I'm a I'm a diehard he he'll tell you die hard d Alar Halen only yeah I love Sammy and I'm friends with Sammy and I've played with Sammy but as van Halen deal are only I can I can help it you know what I mean and when I met Dave it was a conversation that was so am a weird fucking guy yeah right but it was so like stream consciousness and like I got knowledge a lot to say and I can't have a conversation with him that midgets don't come up in conversation somehow I got this video coming out you're going to see it as midgets in all right you gotta own one you know I'm not making fun of midgets don't want to say the word midget small all people I mean come on listen alright talking fuck you WanNa let me let me address that let me address the whole like you can't say this you can say that's not me I'm here let me address that what's going on within the you know this Guy Society today with this you know this stuff or you can't say this you can't say that you can't say this can ah just our first amendment is being trashed it's insane people express their religious concerns ridges believes there it's mob mentality the after them it's gone crazy man look at first amendment really read it do you feel freedom of speech do you feel freedom of religious crazy no you don't because everything you do there's opposition if you haven't NFL guy come out and say Yeah I say a prayer every time I do a thing people like how dare you push the Christianity on the youth the men were allowed to express what we believe right right so in terms of saying the wrong vernacular every once in a while forgive me for not instantly knowing unlearn forty years of language your day to go with the flavor of the week in I think I believe in San Francisco the they have passed a law where you're not allowed to say manhole anymore yep it's utility this year it's not a law but yet so utility hauling God anyway it wasn't this segment and Wayne's world manhole or toolbox or something I have no idea like really the thing is like do women really want equality when it comes to the manhole we're really gonNA make you got your gender all these letters gender-neutral hole it's not a man all gender neutral it's just a whole rat hole I stay in the rattle out of the politics and right very much in them all the way into it I'm on the right side you're on the left side I'm not me either on the side of this if we have a view we vote that said I'm not here to hate on anybody's politics I'm not here to hate on in administration there's no Oh hate and what I talk about I talk about what I see solutions and that's it wouldn't because because you can't you can't alienate half the country I know with a statement good point because those are all people do allowed in under our constitution able to make vote they shot outside the box they lost are you still got to give it to him for voting and participating so now what we're still people were still stuck forget I couldn't agree with you more let me Dave on your musical side of things you what what are you know you talk because you were doing ink master you still doing it what were you at now with your projects ink master thirteen just finished low and I just wrapped fourteen I think yeah I don't know oh thirteen just finished airing and there's one there's one there's one can okay and then we're doing another one so yeah that's my life is very busy so I spend a lot of time in New York shooting that so I'm actually buying a property in Portland Oh really yeah in the middle of name Oregon okay it spend spend time in the middle of forest with nothing but just healing and nature and music and art and just place to get away from the insanity of both cities but how about playing are you what what do you got coming you got any music coming I'd like to do a solo record soon it would be rt and acoustic and not huge and that's okay with me my days of pursuing the cameras and the lenses The lights are fading you know what I mean like Perry wants to do a show or of a royal machines wants to do a show or something sounds fun to me I'll do it but I'm not like I'm you're not looking to get from the ground up and like you know what I mean well it's it's brutal I mean it's Br I mean Steve was just so I mean just just trying to get out from under what you're known for is the guy from the guy from Jane's addiction the guy that rat that's the that's the the misrepresentation I guess people just expect that that sound to you or or and I even when I write solo music it sounds like that anyway 'cause I co writer writer of of rap music so but we have the new bands you know the route addiction that album comes out and he's a recorded it yet but it comes out next week also was stephen as lyricist and a singer that's his art I have a you know I don't know what else do you do on your own time I know you're an artist as well but a million things that I also turned to that I find fulfilling and right now I'm doing a lot of work trek with like organizations to bring awareness to mental health and domestic violence and and feeding the homeless problem we have all I do is if I'm if I'm selling art Russian that goes to the homeless immediately and actually goes to people on the ground so if someone asks me for stickers or whatever I'm sure you're the cost of it is put a dollar in the next jar or if it safe hand a homeless guy a dollar don't go wandering into a tent city and make yourself safe but do something yeah no it's a major issue especially here in California near Los Angeles specifically everywhere let's grab a few calls for Dave Navarro and Stephen I see no they really don't have a new band together this just kind of happened hey don't follow and organically and here they are at hanging out we're having a good time here on don't blow our dream well you never know they just started I have never tried in interesting ways over the years so you never know mark in Detroit Pay Mark hey hey dave Stephen peercy wow as a teenager my idol so this is a unique pleasure for me to get to talk to you so AH question that I had was I've always loved your style of singing like it's more like a vocalist nation and I wanted to know how you develop that thing and Style and if you've ever had any problems with it I always problems by forgetting words listen that but you know I don't know I just I I've taking myself seriously as a singer I don't if I might chime in I think what if I might add I think what he's talking about is if listener It sounds like you're using your vocal chords in a way that would be straining and harmful but you don't seem to have a problem you know it just sounds how it sounds here's what I'll say about that jumping in talking about his voice there are these guys out there when you hear them you know exactly who it is super identifiable so minute you hear Stephen Singer it's like boom you know that's to curse to sometimes when the solo music and whatever else like that what's there was there somebody that you modeled your your your approach as a kid to singing did you was there people you were hearing would something that shaped you roberts plants but see that that's interesting because you sound like Robert Plant I hear it yeah I hear it in the high register when he hit some of the high register stuff Yup and Alice Cooper and and you know Eric Bloom big fan you know down huck and Robert Plant they gave it away Dave didn't give it away give it away give it away I'm giving examples of your own story it's not exactly unique that somebody who's in it's influenced by plant page or anyone for lime actually only into bands in her influence Miami I hate supplement into Greta van fleet AH kingdom com roy thing fans bands that sound like step one one one what's that other bands sounded like Zeppelin Lenny wiped or Lenny Wolf that's kingdom Cardinal Company talk to record though Yeah Mark did that answer your question kind of it did and and Steven if you guys put out a CD Amazon go by the real thing and not streaming so right on we appreciate it but the album comes out next week and then we're we're only selling it for one day thank you in other words CDs nuts thank you appreciate it man. This is Keith In Maryland KIEF is up next with Stephen Pierce and Dave Navarro what's going on Keith Kit with the pre order the album I hate us.
"navarro" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"The trunk podcast this is the Eddie Trunk Podcast all right as I mentioned this happened about two weeks ago at the new Sirius Xm studios in Los Angeles. Dave Navarro of Jane's Addiction. Dave the TV show ink master which hosts also talks in the interview about thinking about doing a solo record Stephen Pierce with the new lineup of rat that he's out there working we talk a little bit about that but really just a fun hang of Dave who's clearly a rat fan and Stephen having some fun with Dave and it all went down on my show oh trunk nation on volume in our La Studios about a week a week and a half ago so enjoy on the trunk podcast in corner one ladies and gentlemen it thrilled that there's cameras in here that he didn't end this was not this was not in the agreement three camera shoot Stephen can attest Varo is here to see you my man yes and to my right is our good friend that was just on with us from the rainbow not too long ago Mr Stephen Peercy of rat Elo thank you for coming in relatively early here by La Standards No I'm actually up at like four am every day but you've been spending a lotta time on the East Coast Yeah but I wake up store and I just I find that to be the most peaceful time there's no phones there's no there's nothing going on I can chill I can smoke outside you can make a painting God's died so I can see what it looks like outside before the sun really starts being aggressive you wake up Europe early to Oh yeah really yeah we don't sleep yeah you just add about two hours lucky last night yeah me too but for reasons unrelated to they were doing work around my hotel outside isn't that amazing how many as stephen how many times have you been in hotels and the fire alarm has gone off l. man you have to leave and finally just don't leave anymore yeah right yeah many many many men after years years during the chase the hotel out nice things happened like consistently two people stand different hotels every night and we have a we we have a books between us of just only hotel room incidents really oh yeah what what was the strangest one slots on the the lamp snot on the lamp shades you know and with the strangest one had to be whoever took my room after I left were you guys just played this past weekend in Oklahoma Grand Casino yes and I was there a week before I texted you because I was there a week prior because I did something with deep purple at a different place there but in that town and I'm in my room and it's very nice place I'm not disparaging the venue or the the rooms but I will say in the bed and I'm looking up by the vent and I see like what I thought was a cloud would of maybe dirt or something that had formed on the ceiling and on closer inspection it was black mold and that's not good you wanted they gave me the game the heads up I said hey it's a really nice place but my room had black mold in it but it's it's slightly metal though right isn't there okay blackmore I'm saying that's the new new bands yes I gave you the heads up and say hey so you don't you don't know what are bedbugs still a finger they are well here's the here's a secret is you get tight with housekeeping and they know everything the era I think about the show they walk into every day not even from like guys like us they they will walk into stuff like bodies dead people crime scenes like complete people shouldn't you know yeah people doing fetish shit room out and bouncing makes us look like lightweights and they're like arms you're we we think you're the greatest you know what I mean every customer as I keep my shit tight you know what I mean and then 'cause I figure the more the more organized I am in my room the less likely I am to leave something in there yeah you guys ever in the back in the good old days where you guys ever hotel room destroyers did you go through that ritual at some point Stephen Now it just happens you know it just happened Oh you mean it happened but it wasn't premeditated and it wasn't premeditated you did it though well I mean you just get sloppy because wor yeah you know out of Control I would say that we the hotel destroyers after the fact yeah hindsight but we weren't like out like Hey let's be punk rock and destroy a hotel we just had people over after the show and he got out of hand and then coming off the walls and lampshades or anybody ever do the TV out the window bit I have that where is it not Brentwood where the president stays all the time in L. A. At one hotel Elton I don't I don't know certain sensory city no no century here's an invited me neither I don't Wanna I had to do it there why I don't know I just had the urge because he was visting system man I wasn't on the road I was I used to stay at hotels who are no I I had a house he lives I had a house hotel on the throne televisions out of my own window out of my house twenty about Stevens is he's born and raised southern California hotel you're why we're even in a hotel I used to like I had a house but I would just always stay in hotel I do that just just destroy him you know close the bar down at four in the nine he's that was the big the big thing for me was like all right you guys can reach me I'll answer my cell phone and you can get a hold of me but I'm not telling you I am really Oh yeah for months at a time because you were getting higher suck yet I know you weren't yeah the deal was like to my family and friends like here's the deal I'm okay and I promised answer the phone so you don't have to worry if that's your thing but if you're going to worry then I got all like Alan on down because I had too much information then you're gonNA worry that's on you you have the choice whether or not you want to choose to put that in your life and I got all heady on into the phone I'll honor you and I'll let you know okay but I ain't telling you where am I being argyle I'd be at At the height house whatever just chilling riot house the riot back in the day and it was cool which is called what the end is or something this is probably not interesting for your listeners but if you wanna get into that iron maiden things just a squash that once well we did the last top twenty was iron maiden and you had said what a big iron maiden you claim to be the seventh member of the band I don't blame it I am you are the seven member of they don't know they know they know they know so what what would be do you have a list or no Sheikh or would you like to say to say about the list is I saw your list and I I apologize to you and the show I was supposed to submit a list right so that was nothing's going on I get it it's okay but I I always have time to write down twenty things right who doesn't have time for that so I apologize so I get Eddie's master compiled lists my personal with the graphics and this is what Eddie thinks this is how it should be and I'm looking I'm looking I'm looking at my collusive Bruce's favorite song do okay backing out the fact that I didn't have armageddon married or were you okay with much of the other list once got into the past power slave stuff there wasn't even much of that but like wasting a great Song Morello our mutual buddy who he and I always say it's any iron maiden song is better than most but for iron maiden if I'm going to judge them against themselves it's not a great what are you GonNa first four albums pretty much the whole way I'll I will I will go up to power slave you'll go through power sleep Hallier okay all right aces high and right arose out on the I think that's yeah yeah you're right when but I don't know anything all I know is like don't play with matches is one of them yeah not play with matches that's all burn this thing down the PSA children yes madness I'm sorry I don't play with matches let me let me ask you this so dave you were saying that you would go see rat back in a day in the club's when was the first your first memory of seeing Pearson rat well I saw rat in the Troubadour I saw rat lottery at the rocks Hey this is is just in high school and it was before out of the cellar came out yeah the eighty three okay so it was eighty three right and they know out of the cellar was about to come out and is there with my high school friends and you know Steven his live and he's like new record coming on you would do whatever your voice is yeah I don't even know the seller and we couldn't hear him we looked at each other and he's like it's called album seller guys are really confident about this is going to be great I can't wait for album seller and it came out we couldn't hear them and so we went to the story of the day came out and it was like oh out of the cellar yes a lot more sense so back in those days I used to go see rat and then sadly many years later I ended up in Rehab my roommate was Robbin crosby ah yeah so we were we were struggling are addictions together he was a great support a great system of support from me we were for each other actually so you you'd befriended each other. Oh Yeah I mean they stuck us in the same room because we were musicians we had guitars and you're in you know you know in the same field and they felt that you know we would gel gel and we did and he was just the sweetest guy yeah and you know I never I never knew him loaded on obviously I only knew him on that month that we spend in treatment together but that was really sad when he went and we just we just did this bowie tribute the other night with my above ground organization all the proceeds go to mental health and for rock and roll suicide the last song we showed all of our lost friends and Robin was among them yeah wait so we gave a little tribute to him about two weeks ago during Robin Pass Away I don't believe those two thousand seven no I couldn't tell you actually yeah I it was ninety seven I don't know Stephen US you were in Rehab in early one thousand nine hundred ninety so like we're in like I don't I've lost decades in my life since then so it's it's hard for me to give you a numbers Steven you said to me on more than one occasion that went robin went at that that's what you felt really changed the whole sort of balance of rat that it was a it was really yes of course a personal thing for his family and friends but as far as the band itself that that was a real sort of game changer for the hit for the path of the band can you elaborate on that yeah well I mean what I heard I just went for a walk into said well that's that chapter is never going to be the same we go out and Jack off you know so to speak and keep the brand going and pretty much did that in many stupid ways yeah I mean we're we're not the most dysfunctional ban by any means but we were dysfunc- so yeah I mean they're saying that they're not the most dysfunctional band oh means they're just not the most except now it's a it's a whole new ballgame with the new guys you know so how long have you been doing how long does this lineup you've got a year and a half at the rainbow when we talk for the listeners that don't know talk about the other three guys that are in the band now you've got Pete Holmes on drums he's a monster from a black and blue blue Jordan blue these crazy crazy good Jordan south on guitars Jordan also played a within Marty Friedman's me Yes yes no anybody's seen Mardi play who's come over here he's played a couple of times Done American tourist because more dealers and Han but he I before Jordan was with you guys I went to see Mardi here.
"navarro" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"And anywhere else you stream so I made a trip to Los Angeles fairly last minute fairly unexpectedly about a week ago about a week and a half ago just had come from there and turned around and went right back for some stuff at the new Sirius Xm studio and one of the shows that I did there and we're able to pull together sort of real last minute was a show with Stephen Pierce of rat Dave Navarro of Jane's addiction together now unfortunately this kind of stuff doesn't happen all that much most of the time when artists do interviews as as you may even know them like I do when it comes to these guys they still WanNa do stuff for under the advice of their handlers they wanna do stuff that time they've got a release or something to promote and honestly up sorry I'm just dropping stuff here honestly that that's pretty maddening because it's so many of these guys who just great rock fans it's just so much fun to just have them kick it and hang out and talk and tell stories you don't always need to have that thing to have to sell in that pressure to sell it's fun to just hang and when you get the opportunity you that it's always a lot of fun and that's exactly what you're about to hear was pierce and Navarro knew each other I don't think extremely well and what happened was I tweeted out that Stephen and Dave we're both going to be on the show and then they started tweeting Charles that they'd like to do a song together and we had some fun and at the end of the interview they played an acoustic take of lack of communication and unfortunately due to the rules of podcasting and publishing we will not be able to air that portion for you but that's all the more reason well you should be a Sirius. XM subscriber if you're not already in the US and Canada and listen to trunk nation everyday live or on the replay or on the APP because you will get the applete interviews each and every day and obviously musical performances when we have them so this was a lot of fun this happened completely organically the idea of them just hanging out in the studio telling stories Dave Navarro Stephen Pierce E. together really was a blast and you'll get to hear that conversation on this week Eddie Trunk podcast so let's get to it because it's a fun one and not a lot to tell you here at the top but want to get you to this interview because I think you're GONNA end joy it coming up next the trump by gassed it has always I want to give a big thank you for listening to the Eddie Trunk podcast and look I know you're being bombarded by who are always asking for you to give surveys or customer feedback and all that be honest with you I find it very annoying myself but I'm asking you now it's me asking you I don't ask you very often here's the deal we'd like to ask a small important favor of you it only takes a few minutes and if you're one of the first people to do podcast one we'll make it worth your time literally do we need you to complete a very short survey because.
"navarro" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Ever you listen to podcasts. I'm Tanzania Vega and this is the takeaway for October eighth the United States and China are headed back to the negotiating table and whether impeachment effects that it's it's going to be on her own conscience Navarro is an assistant to the president and the director of the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter thanks for joining us mark.
"navarro" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"Kate, dive, another one of your hosts Kelly Nugent, and we are joined today by very special guest. You may know him as one of the hosts of L rain Asian. We have internet host Hector Navarro grazing us with his presence. No. You are the one who is gracing me with both of yours presence nailed it. That's correct. Fans if you both, thank you so much for inviting me to come onto the podcast. I'm so freaking excited, I a to pop culture expert. Yeah. Yeah. So that are. The students studio. Like you guys you don't understand that. A it is summer now, hot air conditioners running. Yeah, so poor baby. Alec is going to have to take that out in Moses. Also, it smells are bull head building. We haven't been here in a little while. It's just been recording at my place. Mate were knows blind to it over. That's what I was. Here's and we've had guessing here. I know I was like did it always smell, like, yes? Bad today. I have a terrible sense of smell. Good. I'm good. I guess could literally cut farts. Alec might faint any second because who knows how long he's been. Yeah. Yeah. My word my stars. I have been we've been wanting to get on the show for a while. Yeah. Gasp and gave you a selection of our future books to cover. And I'm did you do? Hector list, you assigned this book, and I was like, I want to do this, because this is the when you've been talking about it where I had okay, I gave you a list of like, twelve books, you said you've been talking about that book on our way. And I want to read it. Yeah. That's what happened with. My I will. No, I'm not lying. I'm misremembered. That's what I'm telling you have terrible Mary, so cool, terrible memory can't smell perfect for this show. So did you read a lot of Waie horror? No. Okay. So I need you guys. Explain to me, if this is a if this is typical of Waie or if this like a lot of trends, because I think I'd like it because I feel like it bucks. A lot of transit goes against a lot of cliches and stuff. I guess it goes against the books, we typically cover them. So, but it is. And other ways not cliche. But it is definitely the tone of current way. Yes, I will say, what's the tone of current way? If I if you don't mind me asking dark, a lot of chosen one, a lot of on, but dark supernatural less. So, like, okay Harry Potter, less, so hunger games. Okay. A lot of like dark intrigue. She say people will trading areas thing is a lot of having to infiltrate, maybe some kind of government thing, or like some kind of secret place. Have to fit in with a world. That is very cutthroat. Yeah. That's common. Now this book is darker and more disturbing than I think a lot of because it's Franken, Frankenstein, surely goes for, for it or some stuff rows, though, they're not gonna owe, the she went for it s I okay did you like this book, I fucking loved? This book is ROY Goode, love this book. I loved, this was listening listening to some reviews on YouTube Facebook because I didn't know again, this is another thing I need you guys. Explain to me, how did you into picking this book because, aren't you aren't a teen? Creeps all about doing, like, retro eighty s ninety I'm like this came out September of last year. This is a fresh book, so we had been turned onto this author because honor of Buffy, she wrote Buffy, but it's actually not why not why what, what I hope you are not offended Kelly. I like this had to be Kelly pick now because she wrote the slayer book. Kelly pick no. Been hoping that you, would you like I actually read more Kirsten white than I have. Yeah. Because I was like will randomly be like, hey, guess what? I schedule. And it's like, oh cool. Thank you for doing the other one. Okay. So we had been turned onto Cureton white because on our patriotic. If you are employed for dot.
"navarro" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"On the radio peter navarro's and senior white house trade advisor kind of one of the busiest guys we know he's in the white house yet he calls he called back his old friends in new york peter we love you for that mr navarro welcome back to the program sir never forget our friends buddy members during the campaign god bless you peter for that are you enjoying yourself down and watch it you're doing a great job by the way now that's an interesting word put down here you're doing your duty as a great american peter navarro that's what you do is doing his duty of the great american win foot soldier god bless you for saying that we're not listen we're going to be at the executive office building tomorrow we have this big italy day i'll be yes yes gap between three and five we'll be down there yup can we can we do that peter will your will give us a contact so maybe we could do it because i think i think secretary pompeii is going to be there no really there when you say that there's this guy in the in the office building new keeps like insisting that i attend that as a as a proud of talian american in the same kind of look at my calendar and i'm going oh yeah well piscopo comments you told me that he lied i got valid at the end of your name peter navarro administration you've got to come to this event listen to be there peter what is the latest in terms of where we are with tariffs the president on steel in lumina few months ago by by tomorrow you're going to know that so let's just wait to see the end of the day with pretty announcement i don't ever want to preempt anybody on that i think what's what's more important in terms of the big big big picture is what we're doing on china there was historic announcement a couple of days ago on that this is amazing situation joe where for for decades china's been stealing our stuff we all know that but they got this this game they play called force technology transfer where if you wanna go over and set up a business air and selling to the chinese market you base gotta surrender your technology it's against the international rules would keep letting him do it then they also have newsom called a vision of export controls and try to prevent.