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No charges filed against officers involved in death of Black man pinned to ground
"Not to indict any police officer on charges related to Daniel Prudes. Death proved an unarmed black man suffering a mental health crisis, died after being in police custody last March. 1 recognizes the influence of race police body camera video shows officers in March covering proves head with a spit hood later pinning him to the ground before he stopped breathing. Prue died seven days later. The medical examiner calling proves Death a homicide. It's ABC. Stephanie Ramos reporting it could be
New York Gov. Cuomo blames Covid deaths on nursing home staff
"But fall out continues from what some are calling. The Cuomo cover up of nursing home death numbers. Certainly in the pandemic, the New York governor forced to face their growing scandal that he has been running from. In a press conference Monday, Andrew Cuomo said the state didn't cover up nursing home deaths. Homo, blaming nursing home staff for bringing Cove it into the facilities staff walking into the nursing home, where asymptomatic because the national experts will told us You could only spread covert. If you had symptoms. Cuomo isn't getting any love from his fellow New York Democrats, either. Senator Jessica Ramos tweeting people died and Cuomo lied. Then he had the gall to write a book. Alex was Jackie a
New York Gov Cuomo blames Covid deaths on nursing home staff
"Fall out continues from what some are calling the Cuomo cover up of nursing home death numbers, certainly in the pandemic in New York governor forced to face their growing scandal that he has been running from. In a press conference Monday, Andrew Cuomo said the state didn't cover up nursing home deaths. Cuomo blaming nursing home staff for bringing Cove it into the facilities staff walking into the nursing home where asymptomatic Because the national experts will told us you could only spread covert if you had symptoms. Cuomo isn't getting any love from his fellow New York Democrats, either. Senator Jessica Ramos tweeting people died and Cuomo lied. Then he had the gall to write a book. Alex was Jackie a
Ubisoft says they are moving away from a reliance on AAA video games
"Let's talk about ubisoft recent financial results where they revealed they're going to be moving away more alliance on aaa releases and instead look more closely at free to play games and it's back catalogue to make money. I'm gonna read over some quotes here. plans for fiscal twenty. Twenty two. which will go from this april two april or through march twenty twenty two includes three trivia a game releases so i guess we can speculate a little bit on what we think those might be But in the future you have doesn't want aaa games to the focus of its business model quote. We said for a number of years. That are normal template is to come with either three or four aaa games. So we'll stick to that plan for fiscal twenty twenty two twenty twenty two but we see that. We are progressively continuously moving from a model. That used to be only focused on aaa releases to a model or you have a combination of strong releases from aaa and strong back catalogue dynamics but also complementing our program of new releases with three to play and other premium experiences you wanted to specify the company had a number of aaa titles in the pipeline otherwise like six ramos quarantine skull and bones. They actually mentioned skull and bones as republic. The prince of persia says the time remake and roller champions. No mention of yongan evil to on the call. There was not a single mention of their battle. Royale higher scape. Finally you besides financial indicate. The games like mario puts reds far. Cry five the crew to anno eighteen hundred older. Just dance games and assess discreet. Odyssey are still doing meaningful numbers. How rock band still makes a lot of money. Based off of new music licenses like super lucrative if it if it works why fix it.
Behind on rent? How to apply for federal pandemic aid
"Federal prosecutors have charged in Nevada man with fraudulently obtaining about $2 million in federal coronavirus relief aid meant for small businesses but was used instead to buy luxury vehicles and condominiums or hey of Ramos is charged with bank fraud after he allegedly applying for funding to at least seven banks between April and June of 2020.
Democrats Have The Power In New York To Override Cuomo's Tax Veto
"Reconvenes this week, and it could be a pivotal session as the state looks for ways to dig out of a deep financial hole. Here's WCBS is Steve Burns. New York's fiscal problems, including an $8 billion deficit are colliding with newly emboldened Democrats in Albany. We have a super majority now in the New York State, Senate State Senator Jessica Ramos says that super majority could give Democrats some leverage in negotiations with Governor Cuomo. As any veto of his could be overridden among the first issues likely to come up, calling on the governor to realize that the few New Yorkers who have been hoarding wealth In their bank accounts need to step up and pay their fair share in taxes. Cuomo has been reluctant to raise taxes but has since said it increases likely depending on how much more help comes from Washington. Other ways to raise money that may be explored include legalizing online sports betting and legalizing marijuana after coming up short in past years. Steve
Treacherous travel expected in much of eastern US
"Begin with millions of americans now digging out from one storm as a new system. Take shape in the south and takes aim at one of the busiest travel days of the year. A state of emergency to open twenty twenty one as heavy snow and ice pushed north from texas through the heartland then all the way into the northern new england area a foot of snow paralyzing interstate traffic in texas. Some drivers stuck up to fourteen hours tonight. Attention moving to the southeast where a rainmaker has already triggered. Flash flood watches from tallahassee to columbia south carolina that storm pushing north along. The i ninety five corridor with snow inland and a wintry mix sure to make for treacherous driving the forecast in a moment but we begin tonight with abc. Stephanie ramos right here in new york city tonight. Dangerous winter weather slamming parts of the country with millions heading home from the holidays. A major storm system sweeping from the south into the northeast bringing heavy snow ice and rain parts of west texas digging out from more than a foot of snow. This is miles and miles. Hundreds of drivers stuck in traffic for up to fourteen hours due to the treacherous conditions. One woman with diabetes trying to avoid a medical emergency by rationing her medication in the car. I'm trying to take my medications right now. Because i don't really of drop zillow. In oklahoma snow and ice knocking out power to thousands icy road conditions stranding cars semis sliding off the highways this eighteen wheeler toppling onto its side ramming a guardrail to reported tornadoes. Touching down in georgia. This mobile home flipped over by high winds injuring. One person despite cdc warnings not to travel due to covid more than fifteen million people flying across the country for the winter holidays rain snow could impact travel over the next twenty four hours with tomorrow expected to be the busiest day for air travel since the start of the pandemic. The travel headaches aren't over here in the northeast. Black ice is a concern tonight. Temperatures are expected to drop below freezing and a new storm set. Impact much of the east coast tomorrow giving travelers very little time to prepare
Warp Speed official says vaccine rollout has fallen short of goal
"Trump Administration being criticized by some for the slower than promised rollout of vaccines to battle the pandemic years, ABC Stephanie Ramos so far the federal government distributing more than 14 million doses nationwide. But only about 2.5 million shots have been reported far short of the 20 million vaccinations promised by the New Year. ABC News Learning. There are also issues at the state and local level, including the five year vaccines, complex storage requirements, uncertainty over the supply of doses and the strain on local health agencies in this surging pandemic.
California Secretary Of State Alex Padilla Will Be State's 1st Latino Senator
"Is still settling in that Secretary of State Alex Padilla is no set to become the first Latino senator in California state history, and there is plenty of excitement. This is the wind for our community. But at the same time Saoul Ramos with East San Jose community groups, almost, Mayfair says the fact that it's taken this long for this first to happen, speaks volumes about the state struggles to fully represent its diverse population. Now that it has happened, he's hoping more change could follow. So we want community boys to be at the center of decision making, and we want community boys to the treatment. Whatever assistance that we need, Meantime, though, the pick has also met with some criticism. From others who wanted to see an African American representative. Take the seat. But for his part, Ramos sees a rising tide that could lived many boats. It's not about whether the Latino, African American or Asian, it's really about people of color, really having access to power and being able to represent their communities as well. Caveman Cockney KCBS.
Holiday shipping gridlock delays millions of packages a day
"Snow storms unprecedented pandemic prompted online buying coupling to delay millions of holiday packages a day correspondent Stephanie Ramos reports. That means it's really crunch time for procrastinators, whom Maybe made it a little bit longer than expected. Get those gifts where they're going. Americans have spread out their holiday shopping online during this pandemic, but there is so much shipping taking place. It's causing delays carriers like FedEx and UPS earlier this month, even Temporarily restricted some packages from big
Andrew Yang backs possible guaranteed income pilot program in Atlanta
"Former democratic presidential candidate andrew yang according to the atlanta journal constitution join atlanta city councilman amir for for a rookie and former mayor shirley franklin at an event in the old fourth ward. That's along with the i. Twenty area near the connector in downtown atlanta to discuss the idea of universal basic income for the last six months officials and residents have met as part of the old fourth ward economic security task force to study what a guaranteed minimum income program could look like in the neighborhood historic sector of the city that has been rapidly gentrified in recent years the task force is expected to release a report in about a month that could kick off the pilot program yang who ramos presidential campaign. On the idea of universal basic income said the idea could lessen economic inequality in atlanta and lead to more old fourth ward residents being more economically secure. It's these kinds of local initiatives that are going to both help people and also pave the way in the future for different forms of economic relief and a sustainable future yang said in an interview. He's in georgia to campaign for ralph reed raphael warnock and jon ossoff running against kelly. Leffler david purdue. Universal basic income initiatives involve direct payments to residents in hopes of improving their financial standing and reducing poverty while bolstering the
A Day Laborer Who Dreamed Of Returning Home To Mexico Dies Of COVID-19
"Have the story of a man who lived in the margins struggling to make ends meet during the pandemic. There's a Home Depot parking lot west of downtown Los Angeles. Day laborers line up on the corner waiting for construction jobs. Until recently, there was a man who always sat under a small tree on the sidewalk. His name was pulling over Ramos. This was kind of his spot leading in the shade for jobs. Ramos isn't here anymore. The last time anyone here saw him he was sitting under that tree with his head down. Something was wrong with him. S o. He was sitting there waiting for a job, but he was like, have pain in my chest, and she wasn't able to breathe. Jorge Nicholas works at the Central American Resource Center of L. A. He's the organizer at that day Labor Center and he knew Ramos. So one of the workers here took him to the to the ER. And after nine way never felt him in Polina Ramos is one of more than 290,000 people who have died from Cove in 19 in the United States. He was 53 years old. He was a day laborer. Desperate turn a paycheck in the middle of this pandemic. NPR's Danny. Hey, Jack spoke to some of the workers who remember their friend. Rufer named Fernando Sanchez waits for jobs along the busy corner this morning, he and Paulina Ramos used to wait out here together, reminiscing about their lives in Mexico. Of it. Uh, almost e saw him a few days before he went to the hospital. Sanchez says he stares at the ground as he talks about his friend. Yeah, more more than the bedroom. He looked really thin. He lost a lot of weight, he says, Hey, looked sad E think When someone thinks they're going to die, they know it. They could just feel it being soft. Yellow President Erica Sanchez is standing near a makeshift memorial for Ramos. Workers set up a small table with flowers and prayer candles that could be seen from the street. The flowers are wilted now. Jorge Nicholas, the organizer of the day Labor Center, says workers here don't normally share their feelings. But their friend's death has changed that they can't even believe it because they don't even think with he's passed away way know about design. Behind the flowers. There is a black and white picture. It's Ramos in a hospital bed, hooked up to machines and tubes as he battled Cove in 19, But the color photo the workers pinned above the memorial. Reminds them of the Paulino Ramos. They all knew a quiet man with graying black hair mustache and the little smile. Ramos was alone here in the U. S. It had been years since you've seen his family back in Mexico, his wife and three kids and grandkids he'd never met. He was, um I love your father, a loving husband and he always trying to provide for his family. That's the reason he came here to be able to provide a better opportunity for his kids. Nicholas says Ramos worked demolition shops across L A for over a decade around hazardous materials like this pestis and mold in concrete dust that makes workers like llamas more vulnerable to complications from covert 19. Forget this was all about some common chemicals. There are strong chemicals in the old buildings we work in, says Jesus Mon. Hey, He's one of the older workers waiting on the corner here. He's been a painter since the eighties, which hand pick a Jameson Don't be. A lot of workers here have damaged their lungs, he says, including me. Move. Bella Heroes Depending on all these stories are a reality for day laborers. Most employers don't provide protective equipment. They don't provide health insurance. Either day. Laborers don't get sick pay, and many workers like Ramos are undocumented. Mario Gara is a welder from El Salvador. He's been apart from his family, too. And as he stands in this parking lot He wonders if he'll suffer the same fate. Is Ramos. Nobody flat over a woman? The Sally port? Remember guns everywhere. E don't know if I'll ever go home to El Salvador or if I'll die here, he says. I want to see my mom and my daughter, but that's life life already hard made even harder. Since the pandemic shutdowns in March, work in this parking lot has dried up, and Ramos could no longer pay his rent. He did find a little help. He received a $300 grant from the Central American Resource Center of L. A and the National Day laborer organizing network. Ramos. It was a lifeline. He recorded this video to think the donors Mayama. Polly. No, this is Ramos is voice mail Yesterday E got money for food and rent, he says. I'm grateful. I got help, so at least I could eat. I'll try to make it last. Well, God cinema. Jorge Nicholas, the organizer of the day Labor Center, says he can still hear Ramos is deep voice. They talked a lot about family, Ramos dreamed of returning home. So we could finally meet his grandkids. You used to get very nostalgic when he talked about coming back to Mexico to his family. You know something right? Because I had two little ones. So he used to tell me like, spend time with your little ones. You know as much as you can. I'm sorry. I think that your kids, you spend time with your kids. Last week. Paulino Ramos is remains were sent back to his family in Mexico.
Hogger Is The Latest Character Coming To Heroes Of The Storm
"Kind just lead off with the biggest news story of possibly the year. Any sports okay. I thought last week you'll ever what i thought last week. It was the biggest ever. No this is it. We've had a lot of biggest weeks but this week may be the biggest of all because this week. Here's the storm. Got a new hero for the first time in like i can't even count. They literally just released new hero. There are people at blizzard. Still working on this game a parent apparantly. They literally they were like released official. Not some rogue employee's official. They started listening to the podcast. There like that kid. William really likes the store and we gotta give him a new hero and bam. They're literally like out of nowhere. You had no idea new hero. His name's hogger. He's a knoll he spins around. It's awesome so if you ask me how my week was. I think i just told you like leg world of warcraft harder. Well if warren bradshaw gary. Everyone's making jokes about like like his voice lines. Let me tell you how. I escaped storm wind. Keep you know how like harder is is one of. I would say if not the while hold on. I don't wanna go too far. It's i would argue top three memes ever okay. So leroy jenkins number one. Yup leroy jenkins is number. One number two is next ramos. Blood not like the play harder number two because harder river to. It's the first real like elite that you kill right. Yeah paul i. I know that and so it was like like the looking for group. Hogger is like you wanna mean at like level. Sixty in classic. Wow that's that's that's what you put out there right or you want or do you want to. You know you want to grief other players. You go and just cam poker. Because they're trying to kill him to finish whatever quest they've got and he just stand around the spine and one shot him. You know it's that hogger yes. It's that auger interesting You know nobody really knows. Like i mean these new heroes like they always seem overpowered at launch. You know i played him. I actually thought he was underpowered. But i think that has more to do with me being absolutely useless at the game despite playing it nonstop for six years so i felt like it just died off time when i played him but it doesn't matter at this point they could put a mouse mouse trap and a piece of cheese in the game and i would buy like i'd be like this is incredible when you actually have spent money on the game. Now oh my god. Yes so many like side like this new content. I bought the hair they released today by the are paul economic incentives. Like if i want them to keep releasing new heroes. I have to find out how. I still don't believe that. This is some official project at blizzard. I really believe it's. It's like two rogue employees that that that oxygen is paying behind under the table. Maybe maybe we should be quiet about. Maybe they've just survived because like nobody's notice there unlike closet somewhere somehow escaped eight. Hr shutdowns and it's like randy from what was it office space or whatever. The is just their house. We can keep developing. I it we hit. It has a very big user base. That game like it's not league level. It's clearly large enough for them to continue resources to some extent and look if they're shutting down starcraft that they're continuing to do lots as much as we mean about like. Oh la william. You're so weird to like that game like it added an audience. It's just not a huge audience but it's big enough that even a company like blizzard still invest something on it. So i mean i would assume on. Its own like i. I don't know how blizzard internally looks at projects right but do they. Are they sophisticated enough. I mean i'm sure they are but the question is do they break out sort of a pnl for each game. Right is simple enough to do that. Or is there so much intermingling of resources at the company eight possible. I cannot believe they do not have a pl specifically for that game at least on the revenue side cost side might be a little harder to attribute because you borrowed an artist here you re use an asset. Their pets like i. I have no doubt that the games are run as pretty strict individual. Pnl's with relatively high control that the must be profitable right to keep going. Yeah the the big question that kills things like this and organizations is hugh rationalizations right. This is why like coke and you know what is it. Clorox or old household price continuously cycle out brands. despite the fact that there are actually quite successful. Like if you. And i started one of those brands like this head. Skew rationalization is big driver of overall profitability. And big business says and that sort of what happened to starcraft right gut skew rationalized. Essentially i bet you for the investment on it it was still profitable. The question is could you put those dollars somewhere else and have a higher return. Could you put that management attention somewhere. And so i think it's interesting that the storm clearly. They're not scared to kind if they need to. They killed these sports scene right. It was dead until the cc l. But it is interesting that like you know they have. They don't skew so again. I think it speaks to. The game is a lot bigger than i think. People realize i mean. I just like to kid about it because it's a funny meam now. It's like our our top. Names are dumpster. Fire cures to the storm. What is lindsay's nickname. That's like our three or three like
California Lawmaker Expands Rights For Native American Tribes
"Of artifacts and human remains belonging to indigenous people have been held by museums and other institutions on the first day of the New year. That could change for many tribes in California, the state with the largest indigenous population in the country. A new state law makes it easier for tribes there to reclaim sacred artifacts on the remains of their ancestors. It's one of a trio of new laws addressing Native American rights in the state. All three are authored by Assembly member James Ramos, the first member of the California tribe to serve in the California legislature. I think the voice the true voice of California, Jim People. Indian people in general has been absent here in the state of California, if not other states in the United States. Also, I asked for almost to describe why it has been so hard for so long for California tribes to proclaim artifacts or human remains from museums and what his bill will do to change that. When you look at cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco, there's no ferry recognized tribe there. But yet we know that there's ancestral remains of Indian people in those areas. So this bill starts to move forward and identifying California Indian tribes for the purpose of repatriation. It also brings forward the knowledge of tribal elders. So in tribal outers are in disagreement with museum directors over what should be repatriated back to California and people up until this point, although the weight of that knowledge lies with the museum director, so this bill now strengthens the tribal outers their voice to make sure that they have the last say and saying what should be repatriated back. Well, help
Thanksgiving guidelines amid the covid-19 pandemic
"At or near capacity. And yet some Americans are still planning indoor celebrations with extended family and friends, others deciding to take the year off. ABC. Stephanie Ramos has more families across the country are preparing for a Thanksgiving without the entire family, the CBC recommending, we all say put this holiday, but that's not an easy option for soon into away at school. Some parents are letting their college kids come home despite major outbreaks at universities across the country and the dangers associated with traveling through airports. Now, if you're gonna be doing that, gathering together with somebody coming in your home from out of the out of your bubble Make sure that doctors say that you should practice social distancing in that household. Don't share food or utensils wear a mask. And if your child goes to school out of state driving home, maybe a safer alternative. Offline
The Google Photos Free-For-All Is Over
"So the free ride is over. Google has announced it will end its unlimited photos storage on june first of next year thereafter imposing a new fifteen gigabyte cap before they ask you to pay up for more storage but before you freak out photos and documents uploaded before that date june first of twenty twenty one will not count against the cap quoting the verge. All photos and documents uploaded before june. I will not count against that. Fifteen gigabyte cap. So you have plenty of time to decide whether to continue using google photos or switching to another cloud storage provider for your photos. Only photos uploaded after june. I will begin counting against the cap who already counts original quality photo uploads against a storage capping google photos however taking away unlimited backup for high quality photos and video which are automatically compressed for more efficient storage also takes away one of these services biggest selling points. It was the photo service where you just didn't have to worry about how much storage you had as a side note pixel owners will still be able to upload high quality not original photos for free after june first without those images counting against their cap. It's not as good as the pixels original deal of getting unlimited original quality. But it's a small bonus for the few people who buy google devices. Google points out that it offers more free storage than others you get fifteen gigabytes instead of the poultry five gigabytes that apple's icloud gives you and it also claims that eighty percent of google photos users won't hit that fifteen gigabyte cap for at least three years and quote by the way even though this photo thing is getting all the headlines. It's also worth noting that this is a sort of new storage policy for google across the board quoting manageable going forward. Google says that. If you don't check in on your google drive files every now and then. It may delete them. Google frames this change as a way to tidy up abandoned digital detritus. Perhaps leftover from long forgotten accounts. Which may be sure or alternatively it may be that a google user simply stored some valuable files away for a while like when might with physical documents and a fireproof safe and simply hasn't peaked at them in a few years quote. We're introducing new policies for consumer accounts. That are either inactive or over their storage across g mail. Drive including google docs sheets slides drawings forums and chambord files and or photos to better align with common practices across the industry. Explains google a blog post announcing the change your inactive in one or more of these services for two years twenty four months who will delete the content in the products in which you're inactive and quote in other words. School at present has no plans to. Just start deleting your stuff. Willy nilly however it's letting you know that. Come june. i twenty twenty one. The clock is ticking and quote but back to the free for all for photos ending. That's what's gotten everyone all riled up overnight which makes sense because this sort of touches all of our buttons when it comes to google right something. Something never rely on. Google services to be consistent forever or to even exist for more than half a decade. Google photos has been free for almost exactly five years by the way but also this strikes to the heart of the whole antitrust argument with which google and other big tech companies are being tarred quoting casey newton. Google earned eleven. Point two billion dollars in profits last quarter and uses all your uploaded photos to train its machine learning algorithms which offers it other enormous competitive benefits also seems notable that free. Google photo storage helped to drive tons of startups out of this market. Ever picks loom ever picture life. Now that they're gone. And google is tired of losing money on photos the revenue switch flips and quote and quoting from a widely read piece by willa ramos in one zero quote. It's a galling bayton switch and an object lesson anticompetitive behaviour by a big tech firm. The unlimited free storage offer was arguably. Google photos is top selling point one that few. If any competing providers could match the company was likely willing to lose money on its service in exchange for the photos value in training. It's ai systems and for the value of keeping users in its broader software ecosystem. What was once a hotly competitive and innovative space now largely controlled by google and a few other giants such as apple and this points to another set of losers albeit nebulous. One everyone who might have benefited from the new ideas and fresh features that were never developed because startups didn't stand a chance against google. It would be easy to reach for a sardonic. Don't be evil reference here. But what google is doing and why it matters isn't best understood in moral terms at every step it was just doing what successful companies do. It offered a great product for free because it could afford to it. Crushed competitors largely by virtue of being the best option on the market. And now it's raising prices because the free storage offer has served its purpose instead. This move is best understood from the standpoint of competition and antitrust it's google's vast size and scope the way it's products in different markets compliment and cross subsidize each other that gave it unmatchable advantages over smaller rivals. In retrospect the free storage offer looks a lot like predatory pricing whether that was google's intent or not but the bigger picture is that google like other dominant platforms. Has its hand in. So many different mutually reinforcing lines of business that it will always be incentivized to leverage them. In anti-competitive ways from certain standpoint the standpoint of maximizing profit and shareholder value. It would be foolish not to end quote. But i will give you this interesting counterpoint. From dare obasanjo who actually engage directly with will on twitter about his piece quote. This is why break. Big tech is sloganeering without a coherent policy. What break-up action would be recommended in. This instance should google photos be spun out of google. Meaning they'd have to charge for it from the jump or that. Google build new free products anymore. The article title is literally that this case is proof and antitrust remedy is needed. I'm simply asking how so google photos as a lost leader. These are common business practices. Mcdonald's profit comes from soda. Not burger's what antitrust regulation would be useful here. Lots of commentary on antitrust and big tech is really. I mad at this company and want them to be punished. There is no government intervention that will cause a for profit company to give you free unlimited storage forever and quote
How Girls Night In Founder Alisha Ramos Started a Stay-at-Home Movement
"You say you'd love to coding and learning. Html what did you love about it. And where did that love. Come from the love of coating came from just being an indoor kid all my childhood. Yeah you're raising your hand. Yeah i would say like by choice. But also i think my mom was like pretty wanted to keep me very sheltered and secure so i was home all the time with my computer and aol. So that was it like though is my social interaction in my world and From a very early age. I learned the power and the beauty of online community. I remember code Websites for neo. Pets which i don't know if you were of that era but it was a virtual. It was so silly. It was a virtual game where you took care of these little mythical creatures and there's a whole community around it of kids who loved that same game we would all make websites guilds and share and chat with one another about yoga so very early on. I had that experience. It was this really important channel for self expression for connecting with other people. Because like i said i was very sheltered. Not really allowed to go on like sleepovers and my mom had a very tight grip on how i spent my social life so that was my social life in some ways. It's like you had a latino mother human the you did not. Yeah what was the initial inspiration for girls. Lighten so the ordinance story is really. I went back home one day or like for a week and i sat down at my parents. Dining table in just started brainstorming. All the things that i was passionate about or all these different ideas. And i still have the notepad actually where i wrote down all the ideas and i can share with you but they were things like or games for twenty. Something women like flurry street. Classes or millennial women or like paint painting wine night and like bringing that into the home instead of going to wind paint studios as you can kind of see like they were all very similar ideas of creation. Ray tippety being in the home the audience was like me. Basically millennial women were inherited love staying home and so i had all these. Like berry jumbled ideas. And i didn't really know how to launch this e com business. I didn't have any money to do that. So i said okay. Well i know how to write and writing. Newsletter is free. So i'll just call this thing girls. I didn't because i think that's the general idea of this feeling that i'm trying to capture and i'll start with a newsletter and see if anybody even resonates with this message at all and it went out to like three hundred people in february of two thousand seventeen and then it just started taking off from there.
Why Dr. Julie Ramos Insists You Take Care of Your Heart
"That they're almost thank you so much for doing this. I would thank you. I am happy to be here. Your mom's Costa Rican. Puerto Rican growing up. What were the messages? You got about Healthy Living actually we did not talk about Healthy Living. I really the only thing I could really remember my dad saying was no too fast foods. So we always ate at home. He felt that fast foods were unhealthy. So the rice and beans and meat, you know, lots of plantains, you know, that's just how I grew up very traditional in culturally food-wise and nobody ever went to the gym. I mean that was unheard of growing up your parents, especially your dad like so many immigrants parents really big on the value of Education was the dream always to be a doctor. I always say my father brainwashed me ever since I was in first grade. He said look, the only way to progress in the United States is to get a diploma get a degree get some sort of recognition through education. He gave me three choices. He goes you either become a doctor a lawyer engineer pick one song. I just want to tell you every one's listening right now and raising their hand cuz it's like yeah. Those are those are the options. So I kept hearing that of course as a kid, you're like, oh God now, he's known knowing me and you know, I just want to be a kid, but I did realize probably around fourth or fifth grade that I was actually achieving significant goals and scores things came not easily but with studying and hard work, I think there was a positive impact. So that was a self reinforcement of I can actually do this. I'll be okay. If my mom had to work two jobs and my dad had to work two jobs. They did they included tutoring if it was needed just to be sure that I was able to keep up with the challenges. You go to Rutgers for undergrad then tops for your Ms. In nutritional Sciences. Why get the MS instead of going directly to medical school? So that was the argument I had with my dad for a few years when I told him I was going to probably not to a traditional biology undergraduate. I wanted to do nutrition and in my head I said well as if I was a nutritionist or dietician I could get a job. Okay, so I was a little pragmatic from the beginning. He was like, I don't know. I hope you can go to medical school, but then I decided I really thought having a bachelor's in nutrition was not enough that it needed to have a master's in order to get an acceptable sort of position. My dad was disappointed. He thought I let him down I think looking back he realizes that I took a little bit of a longer route, but he actually thinks it was probably a smart move on to UMDNJ now known as Rutgers School of biomedical and Health Sciences for your birth. Cardiology fellowship at Emory your residency at Cornell when I spoke to dr. Laura Scott. She's a dermatologist in Miami. We talked about how almost every medical student has a moment or a series of moments where they worry that they are on the wrong path. And this is particularly complicated and Medicine cuz you're normally pretty deep in at the point at which I realize that both deep into your schooling and deep into debt. What was that moment for you? Oh goodness from the beginning. I think that by the time I had applied for my life have been you know, pretty successful. I got a full scholarship for all four years at UMDNJ for my tuition. They had a very supportive system at the medical school down as Hispanic Center of Excellence. They had some infrastructure to help but I think in my mind I did not have the basic tools. Of really how to sit down how to study how to organize my thoughts. That was something I kind of haphazardly learned on my own but it wasn't taught by my parents. It was thought by anyone had no organizational skills. I was all over the map.
"never ramos" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Did you promise safety jackson. I never ramos a._p. The jackson holly the i you know they know that but he actually did promise safety in in and when he went to them and made a deal before the competition he had promised them that <hes> so we'll just say openly to jackson holly you know hey i'm <music>. I'm i'm not with you. Let them know like man like he's totally against this of any wins he wins. H h we're totally going on the buck add to that america's prankster power. He had all the advantages in the world to use the advantage in the one time. We need somebody to tell somebody about power and he doesn't do it. So it's really i mean i just feel like i have to all one on principle alone. I i know that taryn us a one as somebody were completely done with a newbie. There is a way for nick to come back but given in what he's shown me over the past week and his physician going out the door. I feel like you have to go with the one here. All right the audience did go with a two so it's gonna nia to overall for nick and that brings us to christie which i imagine was one of the main choices for a free purchase just in the stock watch over the last week because she was ready to last week and then she stayed it was still kind of a risky by because she is now on the block and she still could go home. She might have stayed at a to if it was looking like christie was the target instead of nick but as of right now that doesn't seem like it's the case brent you did go down to a one on christie last week yes. How are you going to rectify that this week. I'm going to rectify by giving giving her a seven. I really am. I'm going to give her a seven this week. I think she is played masterfully. I think she's been helped by assists. Who's played completely horribly and honestly. This is just how i feel like. I know everybody in their mother bought christie stock. Obviously i did too. It's not gonna gonna do me any good because everyone else did it. That's not where i'm coming from. Look you have to look at the way things gameboy. She's going to stay this week if things stay as they are and if things stay the as they are going into the final seven where holly cannot play for h. o. h. and then she has an opportunity to take her shot. She's oh she's openly said. Look after i'm i'm. I'm the pond. I'm done with it. Be nice to them. I'm going to put them on the h. To tell me i feel like tommy would love to have crecy h. o. h. and do it for him so he would have to do it himself himself. I also feel like if clipper nicole h h that tony is more likely to go home instead of christie in that scenario so i i feel like she really has a shot to win this game. I said earlier that i feel like tommy is the more likely a snow second run rob in terms of or runaround concerns of people most likely to win the game but i think christie's he's number three..
"never ramos" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"It may be enough to fend off public panic for the next few weeks but when if if M._p.'s come back at the beginning of October and the U._k. Genuinely look set for a no deal brexit within weeks. That's when you will really see a test of those public information campaigns. That's when you could genuinely start the actual panic among the population Paul Osborne. Thank you for joining us. You're listening to the briefing. This is the briefing with me. Andrew <hes> this week a report in South Africa has recommended changing the constitution to allow the government to seize land without compensation but only in certain limited circumstances these changes aimed to help ease the huge inequalities in land ownership between white and black. South Africans took a closer look at the issue for this week's foreign desk explainer in in addressing inequality. It seems a straightforward indeed elegant policy. Take stuff off people who have a lot of it and give it to people who don't have any of it however anybody certainly any government proposing such a measure would do well to heed the immortal wisdom of H L Mencken who once observed that there is always a well known solution to every human problem neat plausible and wrong nevertheless the idea Uh of land expropriation has returned to the public discourse in South Africa a panel assembled by President Cyril Ramaphosa to look into the idea It has returned a proposal recommending in limited circumstances these seizure of land without compensating the owners we should no longer be afraid of this process of having to change the land ownership architecture in our country it is here and it is here to stay it is is going to happen land ownership has been a persistent issue in post apartheid South Africa and not without reason a quarter of a century after the racist monstrosity of apartheid was formerly dismantled white South Africans who comprise roughly nine percent of the population still own seventy two percent of the farmland possessed by individuals as an illustration of the lingering effects of systemic injustice. It's hard to beat by lament. has rare opportunity to address on this past wrongs allow the natives who have lost so much to re came the ad dignity back by kissing our land back. No no I shall be treated as in our own land Never Ramos's panel has proposed seizing land which is held for speculative purposes land which is occupied and worked by tenants. and land that has been abandoned it has also suggested taking inner city buildings owned by absentee landlords the A._n._C. Lakota reaffirmed its position that a comprehensive land reform program that enables equitable access to land will unlock economic growth by bringing more land in South Africa to fool us and enable the productive active participation of millions more South Africans in the economy for obvious and understandable reasons. These measures will go over well. l. with a significant proportion of South African voters especially those who have lately been tempted away from President Ramaphosa's African National Congress now very much the Party of South Africa's establishment and towards the radical firebreathers of the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters Party who nearly doubled their parliamentary presence in last May's election the F. F. led by Julius Malema who might be charitably described as uncompromising in his general approach favors wholesale nationalization of South Africa's land you say I thought what colonialism we wanted decolonisation. He said yet your body Batas in Africa. What is being proposed by President. Ramaphosa's panel is significantly. less than that but it is nevertheless significant as it stands under section twenty five of South Africa's Constitution the government may expropriate appropriate land but is required to cough up just and equitable compensation there has long been chat about amending this close and or concocting getting some legal argument that in certain circumstances just and equitable compensation might amount to nothing they also a growing growing body of opinion in our country that the constitution as it stands does not impede expropriation Asian of land without compensation that expropriation will be popular in some electorally important demographics is beyond doubt and that is very usually usually the clinching argument in matters of politics although some polling in South Africa suggests widespread unease with the idea of no compensation facto less often subject to rigorous scrutiny is whether or not a given policy will actually work and where expropriation of land is concerned concerned there are some discouraging precedent and if you want to see.
"never ramos" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket
"To go thirteen yards six place forty five yard field goal focus now and it is forty three to three in favor of doing with three of six to go in the third larry thought acknowledge boy what would yeah it's not out of hand twenty three three you go back to turnovers while we say the different i mean yeah never ramos again join right turnovers with turnovers in of all from him and then it big plays many cunning not have a chance to return this the field sack of the end zone atlanta started yeah with their own forty five yards i think larry the nfl's gonna right that there's so much i hate the word i think teams of really come closer to each other and have the pubes i were to where he's like almost like a negative connotation right but they've they've got the right where every game is yeah it's way jakob what you would want and that's why does merit that's right to america's most popular sport jared goff eight of eighteen sixty nine yards two interceptions rookie quarterbacks against new england i don't know what checked if overhaul would snap he beat the patriots carry nineteen if you to the right side linus limited minutes there's this off of line is of the los angeles rams a struggling this is not exactly tom that nobody up there the like that one not going carries forty six yards also not jags later in his a lot later and he's here is signed is inactive today special teams player matthew slater in the last two weeks with a forty exactly hall of famer great guy great player even offensive line in the second to only five down the right now quick that's a generous spot i think that's pretty classy the rams organization of like yeah enter and his wife minus out here for this game to see their son importantly the pro bowl special teamer matthew slater out of survive high school board county california inactive for this game with into it first down los angeles five yard line opportunities to delve in the third quarter forty three three paid a few players admit what are you going to run again from the thirty five there comes a blitz back out of it yeah woodson was sacked runs away they always going to try and throw away police in the pocket now to the ground yeah why.