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Fresh update on "pablo" discussed on Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends
"Yeah i kind of wondered about that if they would ever just do that even if there was a circus following it how they could kind of deny people the right to be heard. It didn't make a lot of sense to me but the only thing they added up to it with the fact that i did seem to notice there was a change in the way. The court put the warnings up regarding the recording. At least from what. I remembered so i thought maybe there's something to this but yeah i. I'm sure you're right here. That puzzle simply didn't do it and in fact in his briefs that he filed with the court the only thing that seemed reasonable that he wrote when i say reasonable. I mean like he just rambled a lot of nonsense. They're i. I read some of it last time but the most reasonable that was filed here was that he felt that basically veronica should get what we got. He kinda conceded that that set the standard which i was surprised i thought he was going to say they should be getting nothing but he kind of seemed to be implying in that brief near the beginning that a standard was set. And it shouldn't be more. So i guess when i think you're right. When he saw that it that the amount he was probably happy enough with it and felt there was no chance to do better and he knew everyone made fun of his last appearance. It probably didn't want to give more ammo for people to make Funny videos about him and laugh at him. I think that actually may have more to do with is not appearing. I think that he did come across. You know very scattered and ill prepared. And you really didn't understand. In my opinion. I guess have to make that disclaiming. Pablo in my opinion He he seemed very uncertain about what he was supposed to be talking about and thought that this was an opportunity to try. Plead his case..
Fresh update on "pablo" discussed on Snap Judgment
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Fresh update on "pablo" discussed on Con Salsa
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Fresh update on "pablo" discussed on MYfm 104.3 Programming
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Fresh update on "pablo" discussed on Con Salsa
"And so I start off by giving thanks to you, the listener and also for all of those who made it possible for me to be on the air done in past 46 years, the list Islam, but it includes some of my colleagues who worked with me. During his period of time. Bruno Rodriguez hung in Medina, He'll Deary's Cordero Covas, Greg Molina. Peter Martinez, AJ Brown said. Miguel Mottoes boiling goblet Joanna Torres, Raul Garcia Moran, Jelly Rivera Living Carlo Lucy Ortiz. Sabrina Be less possible. Diego Diaz, Tony Rodriguez, Pablo Lozano is death premiere a song. And Brian McCree just to name a few. And of course I have to thank Lani Stevens, who was the one that opened the door for me 46 years ago so that I could be here in the V. R. And Bonnie Cronin, who's the general manager at that time? So thank you. Thank you And thank you. It was a seminal moment for me on June 22nd 1975 when I place a turntable stylist for the first time in Puerto Rico, the first track on the vinyl recording of Sentido the LP by Eddie.
Inside Euro 2020: Soccer's Month of Drama, Passion, and Geopolitical Tension
"Sam board is a global sports correspondent for espn and also one of my first friends to travel out of the country since the pandemic i am in rome. Italy getting ready for the first match of the european soccer championships. Friday night at the study olympico. Italy against turkey. And it's going to kick off. What should be a pretty exciting four weeks a soccer. Yeah i wanna frame this up for the people because this is particularly magical thing. We're doing right now sam. Because we're kind of ripping a hole in the space time continuum because not only. Are you in a different time zone at only. Are you in rome. You're covering a tournament that is technically the twenty twenty euros because this whole thing got spohn because of the pandemic and i just wanted to. Have you explain what the euros are. Exactly why they're such a big deal. What is inside of this time machine that we're operating with. It's a great point pablo because literally as soon as you land in europe. The site edge is still all twenty twenty. I mean they're calling the tournament the twenty twenty euros everywhere. You go the t shirts. The stadium signed edge. Everything is from last year. I guess you know. Obviously this is a billion dollar enterprise tournament but they didn't have enough in the budget for you know renewed seionage. The european championships are a tremendous event is sort of like the world cup in that its national teams as opposed to club teams like barcelona or manchester united. We've got national teams like germany. Spain france they play this every four years in between the world cup's this year. It's twenty four national teams competing against each other six groups of four and sixteen teams advance. Auto groups we go from there to single elimination bracket all the way until we get a champion
Boban Marjanovic Is Your Favorite NBA Player's Favorite Player
"Sam borden you've just published this profile of boban mariano vich of the dallas mavericks and you titled it. Why bobin is your favorite players favorite player so after getting quality time with them. What's he actually like. You know pablo is funny. Like i've been fortunate to spend some time with a number of athletes with amazing personalities. Samborn is a global sports correspondent for espn zlatan. Ibrahimovic comes to mind. Martellus bennett comes to mind. But i have to be honest. I have never spent time with an athlete. Where i have come away feeling better about myself about the world about everything in general than the time that i spent with bovine on the bench i to speak with everybody in man of the people to be friendly giant. This is a guy that just positivity is like exploding out of him and that was what everybody that i had spoken to about him said. These has the loved this any player in the nba by his team's. Yes anybody about volvo. Like man dude you know. And after spending time with him myself it is one hundred percent true. This is a guy that basically lights up the world feel amazing. You know first time on. Tv throws it down town. The young
Sandoval Has 3 Hits in Return to Boston, Braves Win 3–1
"Pablo Sandoval had three hits in his first game at Fenway Park since his disastrous tenure with the red Sox leading the Braves to a three one victory great transport three organizations suggests things won't go well well some time and I am happy to be back in and we're not winning games out of most working the two thousand twelve World Series MVP line one up the middle on the six to start a rally the chase Boston starter and loser Garrett Richards then he scored to give the Braves a three one lead Charlie Morton gave up one unearned run on three hits striking out nine and walking two in seven innings for his first victory in a month Martin settled in after allowing six of Boston's first eight batters to reach base he retired thirteen straight after Xander Bogart's third inning single I'm Dave Ferrie
Roger Federer Loses in Comeback at Geneva Open
"Federer with the short return to the 80 P Tour after two months off as a 20 time Grand Slam winner loses in three sets the Pablo and a car in the first round of the Geneva Open Better missed most of the 2020 season after having two knee surgeries before returning in March and losing in the quarter finals of the guitar Open.
Duvall hits another 3-run HR, Marlins hold off Dodgers 3-2
"Adam duvall hit a three run Homer to lift the Marlins to a three to two win over the Dodgers Duval took and when you said a deep in the fifth inning to erase a two nothing deficit I kind of had a plan of what I wanted to do and I got the pitch that I needed that and was able to put a good swing on it it was his eighth home run he also had an outfield assist to cut down a runner at the plate Pablo Lopez got his first win of the season two runs allowed over five innings Miami's bullpen followed with four scoreless frames Lopez now one in three Yumi Garcia got his seventh save in eight tries I'm mark Myers
Santa Fe Women Built Air Purifiers to Protect People From Smoke
"Org. summer approaches sodas the worst wildfire season last summer a wildfire burned thousands of acres in the sangre de cristo mountains in new mexico people in the knobby pueblo and several other nearby indigenous communities face dangerous air pollution so they were getting a lot of smoke and being severely affected by kerry wood is with three sisters collective a group of indigenous activists women in santa fe during the fire the group mobilized to help protect pablo residents from breathing. Smoke polluted air. They collected donations and purchase. More than fifty air purifiers but local stores soon ran out so the women made about sixty by hand so you just buy a basic box some duct tape and an air filter that is rated to filter smoke and you literally just duct tape the filter to the box fast. The collective donated the air purifiers to vulnerable pueblo residence. They're fast response and ingenuity help. Protect people during a crisis but woods says his wildfires get more extreme. Local agency should take steps to
How Can LeBron and the Lakers Rebound?
"Brian. Thanks for doing this man. I appreciate it no problem so okay. Brian sounds good to me. By the way. I it depends on how close i am to this. Mike pablo you are one son of a gun. We are absolutely using that brian. Windhorst is a senior writer for espn the host of the hoop collective podcast and a native of akron. Ohio who's covered lebron james. Since high school and he gives a good soundcheck so brian. When you watch lebron and the lakers right dow or rather you watch lebron. Watch the lakers. Since he's been on the bench for lake all but two of the last twenty five games. I believe is he feeling and sounding a little existential to you. He's like You know a cpu. that's constantly processing. You know one of the one of the lebron's greatest traits his awareness and the way he can sort of see forward. I mean he had the ability to see the future and evaluate the future and have perspective when he was eighteen in ways that Fifty year olds don't one of the great all-time stories with him with that. Is him turning down a ten million dollar cashier's check to sign with reebok because he knew that the offers were going to get better. He knew the nike hadn't pitched yet and had pitched yet and to be living In this in government assisted housing and being told he could take ten million dollar check with him. That moment you know basically reebok ran a play on him that studios ran on in young musical artists for decades trying to show him a bag full of money and get better long-term deal and now he's got a billion dollar deal with nike.
Mel Kiper Jr. Analyzes His 43rd NFL Draft
"Mel kiper junior the godfather of the nfl draft the president of mel kiper enterprises. Thank you so much for joining me. Man pablo an honor to be with. You love your work. And i'll tell you we're we're so close to the draft. Now i can almost hear that. I picked nnounced and we can get rolling with what should be one of the most exciting dress. We've had mel kiper. Junior is an nfl draft analyst for espn and he co hosts. The first draft podcast. I can feel the 'electricity coursing through your veins. Mel already and i want to get into your latest mock draft that you drought this week a little bit later but i just need to get my own mel kiper scouting report straight here. How many nfl drafts are we at at this point how many of you evaluated and analyzed. What number are we up to. We are at forty three forty. Three thirty eight on espn and since age eighteen. That's nothing but this. I've been doing you've done as a job. Only this is that correct. Couple worked at k. Mart and exterior through high school. But now this is this. Is it and i remember doing radio shows when i was eighteen. Nineteen all over the country. Everybody at the time. Thought i was forty years old. Nobody i was eighteen. Nineteen nobody asks say nobody can ask just heard me talking football talk and draft and whatever and thought i was forty nine eighteen nineteen.
The Next Great Quarterback Prospect Is Someone You Never Knew
"Tim thank you for joining me man. Hey good to be here bobble. So i'm bringing you on for a specific reason and that is i don't know anything somehow still about trae lance. I feel like you could walk into the room. Sitting in right now. And i would not necessarily know if that is in fact trae lance. So how did you start your profile of this guy. Tim pablo it's interesting. You'd say that because you know it's it's almost like he was created to torment. Nfl evaluators. tim. Q. is a senior writer for. Espn whose profile of trae lance is on espn dot com. Right now. he's from an f. School even though he won a national championship he only had seventeen starts competition. He played against wasn't at the level of an sec. Or or a power five. So they're all these questions about him and yet the talent is undeniable character. Everything checks out and yet he is still this relative unknown. Just because of all these circumstances that include pandemic related cancellations the fact that he played one game in the last year. He's really a fascinating study. Because somebody's gonna take him very high draft and you get the feeling that they aren't going to be completely sure what they're getting. Yeah he is one of the top five quarterbacks in this year's draft him. Let's just start at the beginning here with young trae lance in marshall minnesota with his parents carlton and angie lance. What was his football career lake at marshall high school his football career at marshall high in a town of about fourteen thousand people at three hour drive west of minneapolis was very under the radar.
Wait, the Cocaine-Bear Movie Is Actually Called Cocaine Bear?
"Is Johnny Cash, of course, and his song Cocaine blues in 1985 1 Bear had the cocaine blues and now it's gonna be a movie about it. Don't sound so bizarre. Elizabeth Banks is directing a movie called Cocaine Bear and then new film produced by Phil Lord and Chris Miller is based on a true story of a Kentucky bear who died of a cocaine overdose in 1985 like a bear a real big a real bear. So what happens happened with the You know, the people who are carrying the drugs were in a plane. They dumped it, They don't the cocaine out of the plane. Then the guy tried to hop out of the PLO plant. Brother with a parachute tried to hop out, hit his head on the plane. So he died because he couldn't open his parachute. Meanwhile, this bear gets ahold of it eats the cocaine dies. They find the bear. They're trying to ferret. Why died, They figured it out. And they named him Pablo Escobar, and now he's on display. He's on display. So anyway, there's the whole movie for you. Yeah, that's a fascinating story. I'm not sure that's a 90 or 120 minute movie. We're gonna do it. I guess they're gonna be Oh, blow. Esca Bear. Look it.
Can Claressa Shields Make Women's Boxing Must-See TV?
"Michael thanks so much for joining me again man. Yeah it's great to be back again twice in a little over a month of pretty honored at this point. Michael rothstein covers boxing for espn and is behind the scenes. Look at clarisa. Shield is journey to. This moment is out now on. Espn dot com. Well michael we are honored to have you back on the show as well because you have this piece. You just reported on clarisa shields. Who is the biggest star in women's boxing. Maybe ever and her event coming up tomorrow night. it's being called superwomen. Some are also calling it. Her story play on history. But i need you to explain to me. What exactly it is that makes all of this so historic well. It's a couple of things. Pablo i is. This clarisa shields is the headliner on a pay per view card and there hasn't been a women's fight. Headlining a paper view card. In twenty years. We're talking last time it happened. Was layla alley and jackie. Frazier light and I don't think anyone listening to this. Podcast probably would remember watching that fight because it's been that long but they went one step further and not only. Is it her headlining. This is a car completely full of women's fights there's four fights on the card and this is going to be friday in her hometown of flint michigan in front of a little under. Maybe two hundred fans because that's what michigan is allowing at this point in this audience is going to have to come through paper view and this is again for classes. Shields and for promoter mostly because this hasn't been done before so there's no metrics on this there is no read on buys would be good or bad all of this is her taking a big bet on herself and who should be fighting. She's fighting marie eve to care who is also undefeated and they feel like. It's going to be one of the best fight in women's boxing this year and probably the best fight. They could have made for clarisa shields. And that's one of the challenges. Foreclosure shields right is. She is so good that it's tough to find opponents that are worthy of are very similar in some ways to. What can alvarez going through on the men's side if you watch that fight on saturday night because they are most just dominant so there are a lot of ingredients their them going to bite into but first off. When was the last time we even saw clarisa shields in the ring so the last time we saw her was january twenty twenty and that was against ivana hobbies in and she won a unanimous decision. Not twin make story the fastest fighter men or female to win titles in three divisions and choruses shields is plan was to fight for times last year. This fight against murray you care was initially scheduled for may ninth covid and did that so then almost immediately once boxing started to maybe possibly come back her and her team wanted to be one of the first fighters back. They went to their partner at the time showtime and they said hey we would like to be on an early card but it just never happened. She had dates in september. She had dates in october. Then she was told. Hey you're not gonna fight on showtime at all in two thousand and twenty.
Bill Barnwell Breaks Down NFL Quarterback Moves
"So bill. We gave you do the math a whole month away from this podcast before our dependency bio chemically kicked back in so i just hope the last four weeks have been everything that you personally needed. Pablo got on many vacations. I turned around my life after six months of just staying watching football now. Bill barn wells weekly column on. Espn plus and he hosts the bill. Barnwell show podcast realistically. I have done something that few human beings have accomplished. I managed to get one pack of moments from nba. top shot. yeah. We share that same addiction. You are far deeper into the game than me. I realized over the weekend. I just want there to be an nfl top shot. Because i feel like that's going to happen right. It has to. i mean. Imagine the things you could do. You could send somebody that colts fake punt from years ago or or if you wanted to try some of your friends. Perhaps you could send the russell wilson interception from the nfl top shot to a certain person with the initials m used to host the show. Yeah just randomly picking in that example in those initials absolutely but bill. We dragged you back here. Speaking of a certain quarterback who threw a certain interception emotionally terrorized ours. Because this is an especially dramatic. Nfl offseason. they're all these big name. Quarterbacks who want out of these relationships that seemed from a distance at least pretty broken and russell wilson and the seahawks. I need to ask you about that. I because i know russ isn't feeling respected by head coach. Pete carroll reporting. I know that carol wants to revoke all of his cooking privileges. We've heard now. Russell wilson like storming out of meetings which is kind of funny to imagine like door very lightly slamming so this particular soap opera. What is all of it. Feel like to you much ado about nothing really. I mean i just i. Just don't buy russell wilson drama. I go back to his contract. Negotiations this is the same player in the same agent. Who wants imply that he would leave football in the middle of these negotiations entering the final year of his deal to try professional baseball. Where russell wilson once for the iraqis and the organization he hit to twenty eight in the low minors before returning to college football. It was not a realistic threat. But if that way does he want the seahawks to give him more helpful on the offensive line which has been sort of the crux of his public complaints. Yeah i do believe that. And i think that the seahawks could benefit from giving him more help. They relied on russell wilson to run his way out of sacks and free pressures from unblock players which has worked for that stretch buddies also taken a ton of hits cuss russell. Wilson plays the way he plays. He is going to take a ton of sacks regardless of how good his protection is the best way honestly pablo to get him. Hitless frequently would be to run the ball more. Which is the exact thing. Russell wilson was trying to get the seahawks do lasso last offseason. So there is something here but i very much doubt that leads to a trade. My favorite thing about this new cycle i think is that russell wilson has relayed via his wrapped. Adam schefter that he is not demanding a trade but if he were there are these four specific teams that he'd like to go to the bears. The cowboys the saints. The raiders does any of that make sense to you know not at all i mean the classic russell wilson tropez that ciara was going to pick teams him in new york in los angeles which this is the opposite that list even the teams he chose are so strange. Maybe you'd argue that. He chose teams with great offensive. Lions triumph of the seahawks. But the trade doesn't really add up the same. Stu have agreed offensive line. But they're like sixty five million dollars over the salary cap. The cowboys have a great line. Whenever everyone's healthy but they also have back prescott. that's not gonna work either the bears. I don't understand. They don't have a great line or any cap space. That one makes no sense to me on either. Level the raiders. Maybe are the most interesting and plausible candidate of the bunch with a great line and some cap space to work with. But when i think about jon. Gruden as raiders coach. He wants quarterbacks to do exactly what jon gruden wants on every single play. I don't think any if it really adds up to meaningful trae dialogue. I don't think there's going to be a conversation between the seahawks and another team about trying to make a trade for russell wilson work but this is twenty twenty one anything is possible
Interview With Maz Saleem
"Salama's like like you very much. Thank you both for for for joining me today. so like i was. We just said we recorded this. Podcast like two three years ago and we had some technical issues so we lost the entirety of the recording. Unfortunately so we're back for round two trying to do this again So thank you again. I guess for agreement comeback. We've had a few of these kinds of who issues in a few weeks and it's frustrating. You know we we get by right. So i guess to kick off with. I think the for context. When i came across your personal story and your father story specifically I was quite alarmed. The fact that this was like going back a few years. But i was alarmed at the fact that i hadn't come across it sooner. It wasn't more prominent in the kind of mainstream And there wasn't talk of this reference of this as a particular case of anti muslim terrorism that had taken place on uk soil. And i think what's again quite alarming is that i only stumbled across it because i was kind of researching and i was trying to prove a point in an article or something that was putting together and i saw this and then i kind of went down the rabbit hole of finding out more and it was just astonishing that i there was no prominence to this so i guess i assumed that a lot of people. Listen this may not have come across yourself or your father story. So would you be able to very briefly. Kind of recap what happened. And how your family's life change in two thousand and thirteen yes of course On the twenty. Nine april twenty thirteen. That's is going to a eight years This year My father mohammed. Salim was eighty two years old at the time and he praised at the local moisture which is green mustard which is at the end of our street. And he's done that most of his life any praise at five times a day to day one so that dodge the mice jed back involve To read always press on this particular night He went to read his issue press and when he left the mosquera roundabout. Tim poston pm on this particular. Actually dad wasn't feeling great. Normally my uncle would does with him to the mosque and comes back and not nine. My uncle had some relatives so he basically said oh. I have to go home with you. Go don't worry i'll walk. You know because he's just not far as just at the end of our road and On this night my phone was followed home and know on the cc tv at one who lives on a street. Not many people will have double glazing. They can hear dot because he's not normally walking in the middle of the road because he's a quiet coup de sac area on these guys walking steak and he's normally hitting a code cannell something on the street and this particular night you can notice on the tv's walking quite fast. And then he crosses over the road to the school gate and he was basically funded home By a neo. Nazi called pablo up shane. Who'd only been in the country for five days and who got british sponsorship. He shook behind. Firstly of the british ambassador. In ukraine then go sponsorships small eve the predominantly muslim area and lived on the premises of dell com-. He followed my father home and this nine stabbed him to death from behind And then he went on a three month bombing campaign air and bombs side now bombed that saw three mosques in also over rampton tipton. This was one of the biggest oxyde terrorism on uk. So yet today your board explained now. Many people have heard the media have played down you know. At the time you know a doug's stanford they. We were prime suspects. That's how how disgusting. A was west midlands. Police say they treated our family. The came to our house and they told his record italian descent. A racist tunc. A we said you know. How can you tell us. It's not racist attack. You know tried to. They look to every other motivated by hate. Crime was never possible motive and you know we were suspects in this case as well and was quite disgusting because he had they not called pablo and we're ready to pin this on one of one of my family members. That's how reporting west midlands. Police were the way they treated us. than they were suspects united muslim household when doing source. You know when you'll pay no respects. Men and women are segregated. They had a male Family liaison officer. Googly is just standing there staring. All of us are looking at us. Like it was us and i do understand. The case is quite high number cases where certain cases off family related. When this particular circumstances they weren't and we made that playoffs and Yeah we had a very challenging time with west midlands police and yeah. We went back to taking complaints seriously. And prior to this six months earlier die My brothers jim who's got jim. Montcalm derided was receiving frightening letters from the house. If you don't close your terrorist jim. Because predominant muslims go there You just wait. What would happen and a lot of these letters. Were going out in the area. We showed those to the place. Could it be linked. But they didn't take any seriously and then six months later for the was murdered and this neo nazi was known neo nazi in ukraine. He's dip retort which add and again. He was making open pound bombs air in the forest. So no neo. Nazi get to british sponsorship counterterrorism. How degree allow these nazis into the country.
What we know about Tiger Woods' crash, condition and what happens next
"Thank you so much for joining me tonight hush. I wasn't pablo so ramona. You have just spent many hours right outside. The hospital where tiger woods is being treated. What was the scene like where you word it you know. It's it's weird you go stand outside. Hospital in the middle of a pandemic is a lot of stuff going on right. And there's a lot of news trucks helicopters everywhere. You know mostly news helicopters hitting a lot of a lot of reporters but i was just. I was out of the hospital. But i was mostly just working the phones all day. And it's you know it's pretty sickening. Pablo it's know as a reporter you you go and you cover something like this and each one of them kinda hits you right because it it speaks to the fragility of it. I'm i'll tell you one man who was a locally said you know he knows somebody who died on that road in that same spot similar area when a coyote jumped out in front of their car swerved and he was just a really dangerous patch road so ramone. I want a time stamp this for the listener right now because it is ten twenty one. Pm eastern time is therefore seven twenty one pm out where you are in l. a. What's the latest right now. What's the latest information that you've received from authorities from medical sources from anyone from tigers camp. Well you know. Tigers camps dot pocket a lot more than the initial statement. But what my understanding was that he had he had his some of his camp was with him. And when i was. When i was there at the hospital just just an hour ago which would have been about. Six o'clock i think is when i left pacific time. My understanding is he was still there. He was either still in surgery or just finished. You know it's kind of hard to get a minute by minute. There's nobody coming outside the update the reporters kinda have to be be be working phone to get information and you know they. They you know the people. I had spoken to said the most important thing. Is that you stabilize these injuries. And you wouldn't wanna move somebody to another hospital. How if they moved them. They'd probably move him to ucla westwood. Which is another world class hospital. And that's probably a little easier to control the scene there. He probably get a private room there. You could probably if he's going to be there for a long time. And and i think this is going to be a a a lengthy stay in the hospital This is the kind of thing that you've gotta you've got to take your time and and You wanna be comfortable and it probably going to be multiple surgeries So to me it's a really it's it's this is going to be unfolding over the next few days and weeks not hours so on those surgeries and about what's required year. It has been reported ramona. That there's a compound leg fracture a shattered ankle. But what do you know. What's the latest about tigers medical status. How serious is all of this. He he he has. He basically had crush injuries. That's putting you you look at the car k. Cars crushed the front of the car so his legs were in the front of the car. one of them is a is a basically shattered ankle. It's the tallus bone. The other is the is a compound fracture of the fibula tibia Sorry that's shinbone. Basically but there's also a vascular component and that's your circulation. That's your that's just your blood vessels that had been really severely impacted the nerves. That's actually a little more dangerous even more dangerous part of this of these injuries that they have to stabilize first before they ever even think about. Okay let's get him walk in or anything like that you just. You've gotta get him stable. It's very it's a very dangerous thing. And then there's then there's issues post up post operative complications of leeson's like this if it's if that was actually open i don't i don't know if it was open i've heard that but we'll wait for the official medical On that but if it was opened infection issues blood clot. There's a lot of post operative conditions that you'd have to look at and work on. And i think that's you know everybody i've talked to whether it's you know in the gulf war all the medical world just in l. a. Because everybody in la is is talking about this today. It's all just concerned for tiger woods. The man not tiger woods golfer as for the
Spring Training 2021: MLB's Plan To Prevent Outbreaks
"Jeff. What's the plan around health and safety to get to something resembling normal in spring training. I mean there's a hundred page document that lays out an extremely granular fashion. What baseball is trying to do to prevent outbreaks and you remember pablo. We talked about last year. We saw with the miami marlins with saint louis. Cardinals teams are susceptible to that. I will say a very positive thing. That happened already is major league. Baseball's first round of intake testing where they had four thousand three hundred thirty six tests. They didn't give the number of tests subjects but among those tests only thirteen came back positive. It's a very very small number. If there is an outbreak pablo it would not surprise me at all considering the way that people at spring training or around one. Another so much but They are abiding by distancing protocols. They're limiting the number of players. Nobody's allowed to go out. And the hope is that over time as players get vaccinated that will change but for the time being. It's very similar to the way that they operated toward the end of last season.
The Game Before: One City's Soccer Obsession and Its COVID Crisis
"Same. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks so much for having me baba so last year in february around this time the american sports world we were watching the coronavirus from afar and in march as we know the nba cancelled all their games and most of the other sports followed suit at that point too but around that time that same time the story emerged out of italy where corona virus cases and deaths were extremely high and the headlines. There they called this one soccer match in particular game zero and it was linked to a very severe covert outbreak and a year later sam. Frankly wanted to know if that was true. So we called you and you started digging and digging and you found an answer but also what feels like a much more interesting story. Yeah that's right. Pablo in the end. It's really a story about a team and the city that loves it so i want to start with that team oughta lot. Tell me about them. Okay so as you listen to this story. Pablo there's two important things to keep in mind about atalanta. The first is that this is a team deeply deeply ingrained in its city bergamo italy. The club is founded by a group of students in one thousand nine hundred seventy. Choose to name it. After the lava a heroin from greek mythology so for more than a century ought alana's been part of bergamo's fabric And you know what it reminds me of. Have you ever met someone from green bay and heard them talk about the packers. That sort of attachment. Like if you give birth to a baby and burgum. Oh the team they send you this tiny jersey and two bottles the formula. Imagine pablo the piazza in bergamo and strollers going this way. And that and every baby there is wearing a blue and black atalanta jersey atlanta's bad and batting atlanta but is no difference. That's a guy. I talked to you for this story. He's great his name's fabio piano. He lives in new york now but he grew up about a two minute. Walk from atalanta's stadium and says if you're from bergamo. Pablo it is your birthright to cheer for atalanta fabio's in his late forties now and when i asked him about memories of atalanta games he had a very very deep. Catalog probably was a nineteen eighty-two and atalanta a similan in bergamo remember that incredible crowd of people from land milan's the nearest big city. So bergamo was always in its shadow and was also incredible score because the match finished two. And you know it was my. How can you say the first time with me from motown facing against a big name big city vividly recalls the game would think about this a game from forty years ago. It's a tie not even a win. Just tying milan team to to to to lifelong memory for of fan.
Paige Bueckers Dominates at UConn
"China's great to have you back on the show. It is always wonderful to be with you. Pablo thanks for having me. China robinson hosts the around the rim podcast and serves as a basketball analyst and calls games for espn. So you are an busy person. The china you just came off calling a game like minutes ago. Described to me what your life is like in this new kind of era of broadcasting. How's it going pablo. I can pretty much that up about three words in the house. That is where. I spend a majority of my time these days. I'm in the house calling games watching film and that's pretty much my wife right now. I come to you the china from a bunk bed inside an airbnb. So i feel all of your pain and i wanna get into women's basketball with the of course and we'll get to the professionals and a little bit but i want to start by asking you about the really the single biggest name that's been dominating the college game pretty much all year as a freshman and that is page bekker's with percents. How would you begin to describe page. Bekker's for someone who's unfamiliar with what she's been up to it yukon Well pablo the word coming out of stores was that page. Bekker's was going to be the next coming of breanna stewart or diana taurasi right. So that's high praise no pressure. Yeah none at all. She was a number one. Overall recruit in the twenty twenty class and her rival in college. Basketball was highly anticipated list. Three beckham's with the rebound put first seconds of her client career where we were literally salivating and watching her highlights from high school wondering if she would be the player to finally get connecticut back to winning championships since keep in mind. They lost in the final. Four in the last three tournaments. Pretty much ever. Since breanna stewart left well pays bekker's is not only a great player. She has six hundred forty nine thousand instagram followers. More uconn legend sue bird by the way when she became the first player in uconn history with three straight thirty point gains. We knew something special was happening and she really hasn't disappointed. I mean her perfect field. Go performance the last five minutes versus number one south carolina that was quite the epic performance bekker's from around the screen and set the stage for what we've been seeing from page so game and her style of play. How would you characterize it. What's made her so dominant as just a freshman making a debut. This impressive at five eleven paid really makes the game easier for everyone else on the court well except her opponents of course.
The Creation Of The Magnificent Makers
"The griffis the author of the magnificent makers children's book series in the main characters violet and pablo are transported to an alternate world with awesome lab. We're talking robots cool bugs an anti gravity chamber there. They have to make their way through a maze by solving science based problems. Each challenge has three levels and they have one hundred and twenty maker minutes to make it through the maze. Otherwise they don't get the chance to come back. I didn't realize they didn't get the chance to come back. That's high state. Yeah yeah and these kids love science so they they have so much fun on these adventures but they have to be able to finish them in time if they wanna come back. Each book explores a different topic. There's one on brain biology one on sound. The one i liked best is about ecosystems in years one of my favorite parts of the magnificent makers as the reader you solve puzzles and riddles right alongside the characters and in each book. There's instructions on how to build something in that building or making was really important to the n. so science basically has two parts right kind of intellectual part where you're learning and you're thinking but then it has this very hands on part which is the doing so whether you're a biologist or an engineer or physicist you're usually making something like research is literally do and so. I felt that it was really important to kind of combine those two with these books right. They have you know kind of the sacks that the kids learn but then these activities that encourage the doing part of science as well. Yeah well. I think the way that science is taught in early. Education is often this memorization of facts. Stuff that other people have learned you know. And and you and i both know that sciences process set of rules to observe intestine problem solve. So was that really important to you in in the book. Yes definitely and it also shows kids you know. Just how fun science is. I think my favorite part of science is the doing being in the lab. Tinkering doing my experiments. You know seeing that positive result. It's just. There's really not something that i can compare it to in terms of that. Something that gives me that boost of adrenaline that science adrenaline talk about. So which character do you feel like you identify with the most. I'm gonna have to save violet. Foreshore little bit more of a daredevil. She's a little bit more of a kind of you know i'm going to do this. Nothing's going to stop me. You know pablo is a little bit more on the pragmatic side. He's a little bit more. Maybe i wouldn't say necessarily cautious but just you know he's the one that's always looking at his watch making sure that people are on time and making sure that you know that such a pablo making sure that they're getting through the maze. On-time environment is to reckless. But she's just a little bit more a little bit more carefree. And if i'm being perfectly honest with myself i definitely have a lot of pablo to right. That's what keeps me orderly. You know an organized you know. But i think my core and my essence has more of that like sco for it. Do it kind of side. Which is maybe how. I got into writing these books in the end right right sure. Well you know i noticed. So violent is a black girl who loves science and dreams of running her own lab one day. You're a neuroscientist as well as an author. And i'm wondering if in some ways this book was kind of like a little bit of a love letter to a younger you mo- currently most definitely not just a younger me. It's really a love letter to all kids who didn't necessarily see themselves in science rolls when they were growing up when they thought of a scientist they didn't picture someone who looked like them or came from where they came from or who had a unique feature that that's not what they were taught a scientist was and it's one hundred percent a love letter to my younger self as well as a love letter to. You know all the kids out there who just wanna do science and don't want to be told that they can't. Yeah i mean. I have to imagine it felt like good for the soul to write a children's book about kids of color who not only are engaged in science. But they're like really good at it cashing. Yes exactly because there's these concepts of what a scientist looks like in who is kind of naturally good at science. I think and someone you know who just kind of what they're born to do and that often does not include you know black and brown kids. I think black and brown kids are taught that we're strong where tough we can overcome. You know hardship which is which are all true things but we're also curious we're also creative. We're also excited about learning how the world works around us. You know and i wanted to really highlight that and i want to mention to that. I don't focus at least at this point in the series a lot on the kids races. I want that to just be a given you know. I don't want that necessarily that to be the topic of conversation per se. I just want them to be them to be care. Free to be out there doing love science and this. Isn't you know just for young kids of color to see. I think this is also important for white children to see the fact that there are kids of color who are also just carefree and doing science. I think representation matters for everyone. You know. it's not just important for young kids of color to see themselves. I think is important for all kids to see young kids of color you know doing science and kick him but at it. Y- yeah so. I kinda wanna talk a little bit about you in this process a little bit because you know when i was academia. There was definitely a hesitancy around putting a ton of time into outreach. Doing things that weren't quote real science. Were you worried at all. About what your peers might think of us spending time writing these books. Yes i mean yes and no. I've done outreach at museums with local libraries. And i've never felt pushback against those kind of activities but this is a little bit different because you know there. Are you know authors. Who are one hundred percent authors right and i am not a one hundred percent author. I'm also an active researcher. And so i was a little bit worried that it would be interpreted as me. You know just kind of taking on a new career and putting science on the back burner. And that's not what i aim to do. You know. I guess. That's the violet in me. I do both you know. I'm still going to be an active researcher. And i'm going to pursue these books actively because i think that they're both important you know as a black woman in science who is an academic science. I don't wanna leave this position. There aren't enough of us.
"pablo" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Ball like okay. So so i am getting the makeup done. And i walk out into the newsroom. And as you remember it's the high new staff it's always late staff to various other luminaries. Who populate the office. And i get this call that from liz. My wife that she's in labor. And i'm like i sure about typically male thing. Are you sure. I don't know bubble. I've never been in labor bad if you can call likes god. Oh god wasn't actually doing that. It was dangerously close to be doing matt She's like turns out. I'm with the obgyn. Now so i have definitive proof that in fact i am labor which is exactly what you needed. I have one standard and it is needed a doctor's note in order to get out of word. You weren't gonna leave. Not a quitter. So i go into the newsroom. And i'm like 'i finkel is giving birth and people are responding with all of the energy that i should have been and i remember bo. Is there and bowl like hugs me. And he's like you gotta go and blah blah like everyone's mobilizing people mind's eye people are like people are like well and like there's a show that i was supposed to do vis-a-vis all the makeup that had been did upon me and i remember katie. Beat you being there and being like okay guys have fun figuring it out just sprint out. and then go and have my day which involves in the birth of a child almost one year ago to the week. But yes you were. That's the last time i saw any want. It was funny. Because i i. We were in the like fish bowl. That is the only meeting room at the newest espn office. It's like a you go in for anybody who doesn't know which is everybody. It's a bunch of cubicles like six offices which are prime real estate and there were like actual politics that went into who got an office when they got. And i wanna be clear. Pablo and i had not even considered these conversations. That's how far were rummaging through the snack drawer yes. I had a cubicle right outside. The offices which i guess is primer. But it's not prime real estate either way. There's one room in line with the offices. that's a big office. Essentially that everybody used for like their meetings so in multiple shows needed to have meetings. You just see groups of people like the green room anywhere. They could find space but so we were. We had the coveted meeting room space. We were in their brainstorming for our show which was days away so i had. My show is days away energy. It was like i got nothing else to do that. Make stuff and when. That's the case i usually would just. I got to a point of comfort with staff. Thank god whereas i'm coming in without any makeup. I'm coming in and grow sweatshirt that i love and you hate and that's why i can wear it today. 'cause i'm not front facing today and I think that i had gotten a buffalo wild wings gift pack that had a buck wings. encrusted boneless buffalo wing on the end of a comically large gold. Chain for one. It's the one you're wearing right now. Katie man called me out right. But i was like wearing around the office. Like ha ha. This is funny. I could never wear this and somebody came into our meeting and was like hey. Could you do high noon today. And i was like what's up because to me and this isn't flattery to you actually mad that i have to save as many compliments in a row to me. High noon was like uh the smart people show. If i'm gonna show up on high noon. I better bring it. I better have made sure. I know everything so that i'm comfortable enough to say the things i know. Because that's how i am. I talking about stuff that i know. I don't know enough about because i'm not convincing. I'm not a good liar. And i'm more interesting when i know enough that i can find what is interesting to me about it. Point is i was like kenai yes. Am i having difficulty finding a reason to tell you that i can't without revealing dumb. Yes i was like how can i. I can't be like i'm busy. You're looking at me. I'm wearing a busy and i was like. Oh i'm how to communicate. I'm in the wrong mode for this. So i was like. I'm yeah then. My brain starts being like live up to the occasion rise to the occasion. Do this pablo has to create a life. Today i'm it through like i i can do this. I bet. this is how pablo felt that he couldn't do this. But i can do this. So it might. Yeah meanwhile the back of my head is like no. You can't don't do this so go in. And unlike reading through every doc you guys make but at that point in high noon anybody who made anything. Collaboratively knows you've gotten to a point where the dock doesn't waste a lot of time. They know what to put in there. That you need and that bo- needs but there is stuff in there that like a katie needs because my brain is different than yours. And i don't work on that show so i'm like flipping through it like none of this matters. Look what am i going to say. And then someone came in in my my brain is telling me it was beau but i actually think it was somebody else but i think it came from bo and i think i knew that immediately that they were like. Hey if you're not comfortable you don't have to do this. We have an out. We can cancel the show. We can cover it with something else. Programming is telling us where okay if you can't do this. Then maybe i think bo came in himself. And i was like i think i looked up at him with a look that felt like a neutral face but to him. Probably like a very scared dog. Who's like i can do. I do. I have to put his hand on my shoulder and was like we're going to cancel the show today. It's thank you for doing this. We're gonna cancel the show. I was like oh my god and that was like wait. Do you think i'm too dumb to do the show off. Hey i can only get a break from it for thirty seconds or but i just remember being like you've got to live up to pablo's expectations and meanwhile you were like. I just remembered that you were there. I was scared. I that's the first off at. It's so funny to hear the any other vantage point on what that day was like. I'm like yes. I do wanna like piece together like the all the perspective on this one afternoon you would have been so good filling in for me and it would not have been wise for you to try and like imitates around just imitate the voice of whatever it is that you thought that the template of the show was but it's pressure right like a horse. No it's it's you. Pti how does that feel filling. All i mean the thing about what i just said is that i if anything to guilty across the board in terms of like okay this is the template of the show time for me to become whatever is the best fit inside the template like i. I think that's for me. Like i have almost the opposite issue. If if this this way too deep about about the summit at this point that's what this always ends up being. I can't tell if anybody likes it or not yet but in some of these keep going so i think i you have. I mean your voice. I mean what a voice is and this goes back to writing and goes back to performing and it goes back to speaking. What someone's voice is is kind of the goal of the mission is like figure out. What your voices right and then play the instrument and this is very high falutin of course but like for me like i would say there's a lot of cover banding and i think that's part of finding your voice perhaps in any situation and this is imposter syndrome in so many words but it's also like how do i get good at something and it's like well have to imitate in order to figure out what i can be good at and then work that into what i think i am which is a different version of that. That's a combination of a bunch of different things. But i would say that. I'm absolutely still working through that all the time. Like part of the reason why i'm loving talking to you here is because this is a very purely open space but if you put me on i will absolutely go into mode to for good and bad right like it's really easy to do the show with me bad in the sense. Only that i really do. Enjoy the open field. You've provided which is a different job. Of course that doing pti or noon or h anything else but the best end. This is what obviously our friend. Dan lebatardshow nurtured which was great. Was he was more of an open space guy. and so. that's that's the difference between i would say structure template versus that open space thing. I enjoy both. The living i make is mostly on the template side of things because we're doing shows four magic shows. You have done them. You've hosted them but it's a it's on this spectrum of like structure and templates business..
"pablo" Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine
"The doctor listened further down also. Below his chest muscle. And then also asked him to. Lean forward. As she placed the stethoscope. On. His upper back. Well, PABLO? The good news is. I can not hear. Any problems. But the other news is. Pablo raised both eyebrows. Other News. He said. Yes. I'm sorry Pablo. The other news is. The bad news I'm afraid. She leaned Ford. Looking. At him carefully. You cannot afford. To get sick at all. Until you get. BETTA. The doktor decided. She. Said slowly. You must. Stay at. For the next six. Or seven weeks. And only go out. For Food. And essentials. You could do some exercise in the park..
"pablo" Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine
"Pablo? Had to go to the doctor for a checkup. and has he had a cracked rib. After his accident on the bike. The doctor wanted to make sure it was healing. And not putting any pressure on his lungs she said. She also said his ribs help protect the organs inside his chest. So. that his lungs can fill up with ear. Pablo's breathing had been somewhat painful. Since he had fractured a rib. Today was Friday. On Friday afternoon. Pablo would often help Sylvia the old woman from the third floor out the steers. With her groceries if the lived was not working. As Pablo was on the second floor it was easy for him to go downstairs and help her. He liked the old woman and she had given him some books in English to read. He forgot to tell her he might not be here to help her on. Friday afternoon..
"pablo" Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine
"Pablo was recalling. Some of his new phrases. To ask people. To slow down. Yes. Could you repeat that one more time? Slower, please. or Can you say that slowly a gain, please? Or Thank Q. Can you repeat that, please? While raising his eyebrows. That make people smile. And slow down. The last price. Pablo tried to use simple words in conversations. He was timid. And, even shy at one time. When he was younger. Trying to speak English. So he would practice in front of the mirror. Puffing his chest out as he had seen his friends do. When they were trying to speak more confidently. To a foreign in his home country..
"pablo" Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine
"Pablo turned UVA. Before! He felt the bad mood and then begin to shake. All of a sudden, he could hear running through the street. A sudden breeze blue cross him. And he could smell something smokey. Loud voices outside of people yelling, screaming and shouting came from all around. But there were no protests. This time of night he thought. It was dark. Public began to sweat. Is Hard began to race ah Ting league feeling. Ran Down his back. From the top of his name. The entire apartment blocks suddenly jumped and lane. Then violently. He allowed crack. And then a fantastic sound, and then an Almighty crack. He's thrown up into the year. His body flew spinning wildly around and around feeling the wind. Rush past him. Tub. Blow landed hod on all fours his hands and knees pushing down into the wick carpet. It Smelt Damn. Like it was covered in sand. Somehow he could feel the grit between his fingers. And the dampness of leads. And, he looked down to his left. A light came streaming across the forest floor. Suddenly. Pablo woke up. Reaching out for his water bottle. He had had this dream. Before,.
"pablo" Discussed on Killer Knowledge
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"pablo" Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine
"Still standing in front of the bathroom. Mira Sharon looked back at Pablo solid muscular frame and see leaned forward of the bathroom sink. She stepped towards sin and gently taking the soap from his hands. Placed it on the left ten side of the basin then gently stepping towards Pablo. Sharon took both of his hands lifting them gently up to the light mindful of his left. still in plaster showering looked closely. Pablo's hands under the light and at his fingernails very clean. Charron said of course. Pablo said trying to cross his pitch black eyebrows together to look curious then raising one high while giving Sharon. Ah Cheeky Wink Ak Sharon said and laughed. Yes okay this can be part of today's English. Listen I will show you how we wash our hands visiting hospital wait. Pablo said as he quickly stepped down to the bathroom and then quickly reappeared with a large scrap notebook. Pablo then carefully appended to a new page than down slowly beside the basin to shake for any water before placing the notebook down beside the sink. Then with his felt tip pain he slowly wrote a line at the top of the page English in the bathroom for. Stop Listen One. Sharon Square. Healed La often snorted all at the same time. Pablo was thrilled and burst out laughing. He loved seeing her smile. Sharon was unable to stop fighting. And Sade you will go a long long way up love Sharon said and spoke very intently and slowly so Pablo knew was going to be a kind of serious story or lesson of some kind. They Sharon.
"pablo" Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine
"Pablo glanced are put himself in the Bathroom Mirror. His thick black curly here looked unusually wild. Today he thought as he didn't look back at Charon in the Mira Sharon dried the last of the tears from her eyes leaving Black Dab son who cheeks from the cheaper makeup. She decided to wear today. Sharon had been crying a few times now on her most recent to help. Pablo around the House since he had broken his. Pablo THOUGHT TO HIMSELF LOOKING AT HER. Pablo News. The cost sharing was doing was odd and Phil I to look carefully at her life story. He knew this was painful. Sharon had cheated a Lotta bowed her personal life with Pablo. Pablo was so pleased. Sharon chosen to help him shortly after the accident. He had made Sharon at the hospital where she volunteered. He also knew Sharon had not had such an easy life. And she was addicted to her phone and Siga Ritz. Among other things he had begun to think Sharon was fighting hard to give these things up and she had told him many funny stories of her life while she was going through this her latest. Self help course. Sharon looked back in pub- blow in the bathroom Mira. She knew he was going crazy. Stuck in the house and needed more want activities to keep his mind active until he could go back outside. What helpful hospital tricks could Sharon show him now? She wanted.
"pablo" Discussed on Behind The Screen
"Doc Frank Sheeran right. Yeah you said Under contract management can only fire driver on very specific charges. So I'm Debbie showplace moving violations. You drink on the job give it hit anybody you on a job yeah. I don't think so all right then. We'll have nothing to worry about today. We're at industrial austrial. Light and Magic to me but the Irishman's visual effects supervisor Pablo Helman Martin. Scorsese's the Irishman has generated considerable attention for the aging of actors. There's Robert Deniro Al Pacino Joe PESCI enabling the actors to play their characters over several decades and Hellman is here to give us a deep dive. In Thailand's newly developed VALLA process. Hellman is a two time Oscar nominee for two thousand five's wore the world's in two thousand and two star wars to attack of clones. His credits also would jar char- head Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and Martin Scorsese's silence. I'm Caroline Georgina. Welcome to the Hollywood reporter's Blindscreen UH PABLO..
"pablo" Discussed on No Jumper
"I'm trying to talk to do. Its knees hit me from behind Ooh Simpson. which has Brian Aladdin minutes? So many fights a real resume from the streets. Adding hit Knicks. Bricks chairs put Concrete why you own a ground dirty sheet so I took my Lytton move my because I haven't been to a lot sheet so you you can't when you go through. She can't always spit on a good image right so I'll take the issue before hitting the island a note. That's how I hit first so I not hit needs eggs without you may get hit but actually from the hat and amy the was that an example of you basically like trying to be the the big homey and the situation trying to squash it in a situation where if you had known the full situation you wouldn't even tried to get involved. If out known Fula situation I might even the people I deal with because everybody I deal with genuine. If you say you'll kill you really If you say you'll get them. Dylan you really dealing. You might kill as party game Suzanne. But I don't I never dealt who'd Iran on this new to me. You Know Me Adam we went. We couldn't even talk about no shit like this the podcast clout or who Internet. I don't know about no fucking Internet be so I got caught up in even when okay Mooney Alsina me. I got a big shit. I'm I'm regular. Still even got him big. She Ain't Tuchman. You're walking like okay to hit the ground. I still had to watch on the thirty thousand a month back soon as the muffler hit the ground niggers pete him up and started doing this Ronnie so when I get up in are ready to get in there. All I see is running as all as soon as I get what I'm saying jt so somebody hits you. Somebody else grabbed the chain off the ground and somebody hit hit me when they hit me. I stumbled Adamy vote. I ain't chairman. I they caught me live Maha and I think twice. I don't no no but I know that. got that good when I got that good in trying to get into it was nobody get in no we. Are you seeing right okay. Boom when it happened right. I'm like I look at the chain on looking for I don't know it I I forget I got Geranium head. She a look and I do awry and say she failed at that any like. I'm not used the Internet. I'm not used this real life. I would for them a little. Hannah got She failed so when the world the L.. You'd is you did man. Listen man my resume so long in. Ib snitch on my so. Put My resume on Internet. So I'm not go for ancient. So did that immediately and your relationship with going dude that like did you not appreciate appreciate how they behave. Not say what happened or what it was is not immediately. I was trying to see what's going on at the habit and then investigate see. Why do you need a jumping woody at going on? That's what I told a Digi. wit been going back and forth on the net with Niggers in news has actually been trying to catch him. which which I respect and realized not trying to be funny and then I'll have none against going on What's not but I'm saying that's what it was like? You saying. Fuck you kill you. uh-huh slap your girl you Mama with in Negros wait in the kitchen. He's right but that's not my style to be really my style even right now if a Nigga deeded he'd Abbott. Anita's trying to catch you. Flabby need a saying he's over then. So that's kind of a weird position for you to be and where you consider yourself to be a certain kind of dude but then all of a sudden you got crazy twitter shit going on and means an all kinds of shit and you feel like you've got to respond to that you gotta jump into that. May She is is life you always do obstacle am saying I had I had realized it could meeting Noam read anything. I Know Orion Street my whole life but this new angle negus who got three followers. Who Ain't never she can say some? You got it just the different guy in when it comes to initiate the winning out no loyalty. There's museum loyal the knitting at no so Needs he's a really put a pan down to get on in it. That's not me I ain't paying gone ahead and J. worked in that what I do. I ain't change who I am for it. I liked Mimi right. Can you see ceautiful and keep it moving or is it still like tension. There ain't gonNA ask the question. It's an area noted football. I know I know you know as a mom lives on Ala for real. It's not even like I'm a bully or I can't kiss my lit because it's dishes how we do in the streets she can beat a Nigga who got killed get killed in both phone bed. I'm saying so the bet ninety do stay out on and try to avoid all cost me saying some. You can't avoid just got you gotta have been and then when you talk about that. That's the news. Talking is real street she going on with niggers. I knew that was up. The Shit are in a happy. He's saying we're Utah the news you rent him out fuck out it but you're right. No no the answer is no so is kind of weird. Because there's all this shit going on behind the scenes and then you end up being sort of the poster boy for wherever you're around and vice versa. He's the famous one out of the crew. Yeah I understand though. It's all about understanding umbrella. She added Ministry to point where you'll take allows US grand from a nickel bag all the way to get you a pound and lewd the whole pal saying is just what you're GonNa do now. Are you going to do it again. Better are you gonNA give up quickly doing dawning ray. You'll get your job. I'm now we've been do right so it'd be challenging to so can everybody perfect right. Iso some new got them. Do they do you. You realize you can't listen to nobody. Nobody paying you. Cain telling me how you is. Let me tell you I come home competitive really on any given right as long as we're talking about all this There was this viral sort of conversation between Nudie Radian. twenty-one talking about one of your situations did you have issues with them before that or was that the first time that you felt some disrespect coming in that way Nine of an issue number four even after that when it happens should get now. I know like you said she knew nigger told me new seat of Atlanta will just disappointed me saying but I don't know how they feel when it comes to me. I'm Oh man I don't care about none of this shit. Nobody I'm a man but I got I got fi. Fi McKee is making home. That's the only thing I know so out it was somebody feel about Pablo I. I don't think about nobody to talk about. You had your name. My Jimmy was just weird because we're used to seeing a lot of unity at least publicly in Atlanta like people. Don't end this though one from st the Coley side in any financial benefits. You man you might. You're saying shit like that without notable so yeah that was. That was a weird one win. Twenty one video and he was talking about how he had your jewelry was that literal or was he just Sorta Ota fucking around one thing about me on. I'm not eating at an easy video. The knows you're talking about. I don't know I'm just saying I don't know in a day I I'm just not big on in today. A lot of shit they go on somebody else. Tim Like I might be right here. Cooling is somebody who's been looking it s she can help with it'd be like blower foot one. No this. I believe what then I had to be legit injured big on it but I wish I would guess mighty re initiate to everyday to stay on top of it for whatever might say about blow timmy. And we got down on being in tune with airtime in tune with has undo was really going on or if it affects you like it. Do it affect you. Wish you already told you. They told they told me back in the day. You Got Thank Adam that shit initiate like a a Ah put trying to explain. It feels person. Ain't my type person. I won't be around at Promo getting money shit but when he started when they started knowing sheet light. There's gated that you don't do in the streets normally but now you do it for the Internet. That's not my line. You feel like you're fans really want you to speak on those kind of situations when it comes up. You feel that they want you disregarded either in real life for show they want me to be and that'd be wanting to speed bad adam but is so much you're going on a lot going on one of my partners that he's a lot going nowhere before I do that. I had to stay set. You had to be in a street in Alabama. I can't do that to lay down if you want them. San Right in this this to the fan like Lee Debit somebody she can't that'd be discussed. I can just go to a certain manner like Amazon my answer but I can't go out like Internet. Is Josh niching night down. There is evidence that using an income up for me. I'm talking about in general when you tell my internet and making some positive or the posting the girl promote closed cool when you're dealing with street she in real sheet is crime. Criminal is not the right thing because somebody nobody will like take a chain and make videos talk crazy about it. Whatever but then? Meanwhile they're not famous. They don't have to go and do shows where the cops know that they're going to perform at this place which this is the stuff that the famous rapper and the situation has to do they have to do all these things that somebody who is basically a nobody Doesn't have to worry about you ever not thank more like when I say the famous I think more like you make do their gay. She in that famous. I Might WanNa go slack and do everything to personally uh-huh and there's a away if the cops wanted. Investigate is all documented. Everything I know everything documented. They already watching you from the Internet so basically you snitch. But ain't nobody going to say that they're gonNA keep just easy. I season the he was the perfect in it. And that is purply It's all he wanted to live issue ninety right lane to me. But I ain't GonNa Irish. They realize the person that he's like most extreme. Lean version that. We've seen somebody who just flagrantly into the maze like one. No results like these really streets did do alone in Komo. Magnificent ain't that was an issue in my life. What do you think is going to be like when he gets out? You think he's guy chance owning thank especially button on like that the name my situation stay at it right now. It makes sense so at this point. What's your Focus Song Music Wise and everything? Yeah this new tape. DMV thing but in general like what are you preparing for. Don't back is Pablo lawmakers caution just for you list to realize real story from pain and suffering is the one that you see that out in the real which it doesn't then You plan on doing more stuff where you're dipping your son went to the EDM world. You're yeah working on. I got some shit working in the national is going to be a good international. I got I can't name all artists because they our Russian Italian shit with owning. No eating I just know there's GonNa be a good crossover type. Something right not just Etiam. But I called internation- I mean I'm going to rush him going Italian Shitless Spain I got I got I got..
"pablo" Discussed on Kingpins
"Due to the graphic nature of this kingpins crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of murder torture and drug abuse that some People may find offensive we advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. Oh boxy hatchback he was only about twenty six but he was already building his empire Pablo rolled forward for inspection listen border officials examined his Renault Pablo fidgeted impatiently he had good reason to be nervous there were a few kilograms of coca paste the raw material of cocaine stashed in the passenger side wheel Pablo tapped his finger is on the window frame as a border officials searched the interior of the car it felt like the official was moving as slowly as possible the moment the inspection was complete Pablo stepped on the gas forcing the officials to spring back they wouldn't forget this yet Oh car and it's impatient driver but Pablo didn't mind his impatience at the checkpoint wasn't about the fear of being caught he was racing his cousin Gustavo to see who could get back to medigene with coca paste the fastest and Pablo hated to lose News.
"pablo" Discussed on Kingpins
"In august. Nineteen Eighty-six an unlikely group gathered for breakfast at a restaurant in downtown owing Naga Mexico, the scar faced forty nine year old Pablo Costa his well dressed young partner. Amato Correo flenaise red bearded US customs agent, David Regula and a mysterious informant named gene Pablo's crew bodyguards set at a table nearby machine guns at the ready Amato's guards said at a separate table. There was a coldness between the two drug lords that made the US agent nervous. He feared his cover may have been blown already. But the tension wasn't due to him. A motto didn't even suspect. He was meeting with a customs agent and a paid informant as far as he knew gene was a friend of Pablo's who is going to broker some deals for them. The strangest thing about the meeting was that Pablo was up. Before noon, Pablo's crack addiction was so bad. These days that he was only sober enough to function a few hours a day. It was a good thing. They'd gathered early. Remind have slipped up and reveal the true purpose of the meeting a couple years ago. Pablo had welcomed Colombian drugs into his city, turning owing Naga into a warehousing base for most of the cocaine that passed through Mexico. He was bringing in at least fifty million US dollars a year. But it wasn't worth the heat. The US was ramping up border security. He'd been ambushed by a gang of unidentified rivals the past January of nineteen eighty six even the local Mexican police were on his back demanding more and more money to hush up his shootouts pobably that if the Colombians were gone, everyone would leave him alone and things would go back to the way they were before to that end. He was sending gene and to help bust all his cO. Cain contacts, including a motto the Guadalajara cartel led by a Amato's uncle had already used their massive cocaine profits to take control of Mexico's entire western coast becoming the largest most powerful drug network the country had ever seen. They were allies for now. But it was only a matter of time until they tried to cut out the middleman and takeover Pablo's territory for themselves. Of course that truth never came up during the breakfast meeting when they were finished Regula and gene got up to leave as soon as they stepped away. Pablo? Turn to a motto and said something in a low steely voice Regula couldn't understand the rapid fire Spanish. But gene could here their entire conversation perfectly. The DA had recently found out about one of Pablo in a mottos cocaine stash sites. A motto had taken it upon himself to kidnap and torture. Six people who knew about the location at the end of his interrogation. He was sure none of these six men were responsible for the Intel leak. He killed them. All anyway, Pablo was furious. Amato had killed six innocent people. Their own associates for no reason, a motto replied, it's better for six innocent men to die that for one guilty man to go unpunished with that in mind. Gene, set to work infiltrating Amato's cocaine network. Pablo was no stranger to violence, but he always liked to believe his killings were justified self defense or revenge or punishment when someone had wronged him. He was never gratuitous. Not like a motto Pablo had been mulling about his reputation ever since US. Newspapers started running stories about him a few months earlier, they'd painted him as a villain with little regard for human life that he believed was just unfair. He was the padrino the leader of his towns. Most profitable industry. He used his drug money to do with the government would not helping the poor paying hospital bills creating jobs. No one had bothered to hear this side of his story. In fact, for years, he devoted the American media on purpose. He was a wanted fugitive after all, but if they were going to write about. Him either way. Maybe it was time for a change in strategy, thus with the help of Mimi Webb Miller, his American-born neighbor Pablo Costa embarked on one of the most ill advised public relations campaigns in history. It had started in April nineteen eighty six around the same time the first unauthorized stories about Pablo appeared Meany reached out to a Washington Post journalist who was investigating a group of Gilani's who kidnapped a rapist from the only noggin jail a few months earlier naturally as the boss of the OA Naga underworld. There were rumors that Pablo was behind it..
"pablo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Can hear the crowd they were hilarious as pablo's eighth home run of the year and the giants were back ahead six two four now there was more exciting than that inning hansen got an infield hit hansen has got such explosive speed and then on a ground ball shortstop hansen ended up going from i over the third he was running with the pitch so the young his only play was over the first base he couldn't get hanson at second he threw the first and just kept on going and he beat the throw over two third and that's just the the excitement of alan hansen so the jackson had six two four and they came back up in the sixth inning greg holland came in to pitch for the cardinals and holland gave up a double d stephen duggar to start the inning duggar was over three this was his major league debut today and his first hit he hit it very hard left handed hitter three and one page swingline dr bass head right center it might be extra macy's racing over to cut it off his family overrun jit now doug around second and he'll stop is family cubbies and fires back to the infield the fans give stephen dagger a standing ovation his first major league hit which he legs into double ovation went on for a while one hundred five miles an hour off the back to four stephen duggar then buster posey drew a walk mccutchen hit a little dribbler between the mound at home plate and was thrown out at first the runners advancing so duggar now at third posey at second and they gave brandon belt the automatic walking every even got home plate and they sent him over the first base brandon crawford was next with the base load of but he struck out so to down basically loaded and once again there was pablo sandoval and a clutch spot to strikes this out of all three men on two men out in the sixth the pitch on the way swing another flare long that's gonna fall duggar scores here comes posey around third who scores down stops it second and pablo shot at all comes through again he's got five rbi game going and the giants lead eight to form and i called it a flare it was really a ball down around his ankles and a very protective swing but the actually hit it pretty sharply not so much like a baseball hitter but like a cricket batsman indeed pablo he can be a magician with the bad we've seen it before and he had five rb is in the span of two innings and all of them were critical in this game show and by the way off the bat that ball down around his ankles he hit that ball a ninety miles an hour the velocity off the bat so the giants ahead eight to four and they weren't finished next up was alan hansen so the giants with an eight to four lead huge hit for pablo sandoval and he is knocked in each of the last five giants runs and here's hanson he believes one shadow senator racing in his family comes around third he scarves pablo the second hand holding and it is nine to four giants tommy van came racing in from centerfield he went into a slide and got the globe on it but could not get the squeeze on and it scored as a hit in an rbi the bog really hit right off the he'll at his glove yeah so nine to four giants they weren't finished yet next up gorky hernandez they go the runners the pitch swung live ri right centerfield basic story here comes hanson what does this waving and he will single by gorky hernandez two more runs scored five running eleven to four giants that was serious excitement alan hansen with tremendous speed was offer running with the pitch that ball was a single into right center and has it just kept on going and although van did a great job getting to the ball and cutting it off and hitting the relay man with withdrawal what is did not hesitate he just waved hansen on and they did not even make a play on it while elaine deed while so that was all for greg holland who continues to take his lumps humid twothirds of editing and gave up five runs on four hits his era now eight point two four well we're thinking me maybe this was going to be a laugher now but it's really not.
"pablo" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana
"That's you love for you now i should jump back up what is your happening i feel like pablo you so many old people ask me that on the day that's you oh my god so many people ask me yeah pablo who's pablo it's from connie wests last tour that's the name of his album and it doesn't it's not i i thought it was like it saint pablo easy part the life of pablo pablo escobar pd pablo pablo us go that's good bar like that the second baseman for the royals shortstop is escobar and everytime he makes your plan go blown yours out gary together you've been cancelled well are out of job now or hat though i do like it i feel like pablo now you just she had early what what cognac i said i feel like that sir hi connie you don't like on you know like i'm gonna spend you up a little bit jacuzzi i'm never really liked him but that's also i'm not love it when he grabbed the grammy out of taylor no i'm not a swifty actually didn't really care about that i just think that he's like this ego maniacal like like once you're self reclaims genius yes do it all the time is it walter payton that said when you're good you tell everybody when you're great they tell you and i just feel like that all the time when i see him or i'm like once you're famous you don't have to keep saying how great you are because you've made it and because he just won't shut up about it i just don't care yeah and now he's doing like that like now he's certified ly insane he's definitely mentally ill he's definitely mentally ill you guys are all going to find this out.
"pablo" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Have those gather on twitter say what you will it's funny and clever you'll have to encouraged and pablo metal relented in his own voice the funny or the better they are the more likely we are to have good content from it pablo toray is asian stephen a smith not delivery or cadence just no clue what he said when he's done talking take away this guy's the soroush the agents stephen a smith i'll put that on a business card cher stephen asian smith i think you should put that in your twitter hamdan g might what i even asian smith is apps in a place that any go that you're doing it now yes that's right now immediately arm as he does that though this is the other thing that was happening so he's getting pablos getting bombarded by these people and the god's is over and the other corner and he's like push showing with a sausage fingers at the computer and he's like like a trade go go ahead tell people what trey wing goes doing the here objecting to on your computer while the staff at gulluk and wing goes sent me uh something because i have a weekly appearance on the show which is tomorrow so they want to see if i have any objections to something a tray said today he made his afc quarterback predictions is due in the nfc tomorrow now i have the nfc predictions but i can't give those away i promise them i would not give them away but trey wind go has predicted that the weak one starter for the new england patriots will be tom brady.
"pablo" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"People who can observe them from a distance and help support no the associated cost and not accidentally find one in river you know it's it's sort of it reminds me of the idea of the question what's the scariest thing to see in the woods if you're camping as ask watch if you can find one rate uh the world champions of hide and seek there's one of the answers is a bear cub because the mothers somewhere totally noon aware or sas quash cub worse ask watch gus ask web task love it's tough to say but it's worth it it's a lot of fun arum well i think at is that that that does it for escobar and his uh his is a hypocrite harum yes thus ends our episode on pablo escobar's hippo haven that's better 'nother woodhaven is is coming yelling yet hopefully the hippo haven is on the way this does not however end our show we'll be back very soon with something bizarre something weird something dare i say ridiculous meanwhile have to well it's it's out there now in the meantime we'd love to hear from you have you visited colombia have you by any chance happened to see the hacienda yourself and also what was the one we asked earlier what do you think of bumper stickers fence the burning question really that we are left with today that's my take away anyway but you can do all that stuff if you want you can email us at what are we ridiculous at how stuff works dot com that's us and you can find us at all the other varies social media is i think in an earlier episode i if i recall correctly we're still speculating on a pen troops yelm not an are not about that conscious will will put a pin in that for now i know they're not all going to be great they're i'll give me home runs so right as send us your thoughts your dreams near nightmares in you know if you have an idea for it episode we'd we'd love to hear that too and i will catch you next time on ridiculous history.
"pablo" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"And see he got to the point where he was almost like a state power a lot of local people thought he was great because he was building infrastructure provided job security he also was behind thous two bombings and assassinations and i guess we be remiss if we didn't mention the excellent net flicked show narko yeah it is pretty pretty solid i'm actually not up to date on it but season one kinda covers up through some of the real manipulative behaviour that he would do involving the government and going further even than bribing to literally assassinating government officials that didn't want to play ball with him and no spoilers in this story even though it's real life i don't think you're allowed to consider that spoilers but it is baidoa's a television show involves so you know i feel about this i try to keep my hands clean shirt as far as pose are concerned but we're here to talk about a very specific aspect of the opulent existence of pablo escobar like you said he was beloved by many who'd possibly is a view conflagration of love and uttar terror and fear i don't know relations yeah it does seem so but um you know a lot of the poorer people in mid in revered him out almost as a saint he was confused referred to as saint pablo by many in their you know were these kind of deif deified drawings like you'd see images of of various saints.