35 Burst results for "Pablo Pablo"

"pablo " Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

02:13 min | 2 weeks ago

"pablo " Discussed on Longform Podcast

"Has that if ever been a question for you? Oh yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Because as a magazine writer, that's the zag, I'm zagging away from the idea that, oh, these gamer writers, these beat guys who are covering a baseball team, you know, I don't want to live that life at all. These games, I'm above that. I am seeking art. You know? And what I realized in the daily show format is that absolutely you can sense that level of condescension, probably, just because of what I'm interested in, why are we doing so many magazine centric stories? Why are we doing an hour long episode today about the Munich games in 72 and the massacre of Israeli Olympians and the story of the one guy, the one Holocaust survivor who lived through that? And now we're going to tell the story of the horrors of the 20th century. Why are we doing that story on a Friday before NFL weekend? It's because of that guy who wants to make art. But at the same time, if I'm presented with a Sue bird and the finals are going on, I'm like, I also think that it says something that our show and this is a particular to the WNBA that our show considers that sport important. That that's what gets covered with rigor and enthusiasm in the way that, man, if I had Tom Brady on here and the Super Bowl was happening, I would also ask him about that as well as why he currently looks like a real housewife. Do you think you could get Tom Brady on the therapy couch? I'd like to try. I'd like to try, but I also feel like the number of jokes I've made about him. Like this is the other part of this job backs where I'm like guy taking and by that I mean giving takes and guy doing like journalism. It's a weird Google search if you're a subject of mine who then finds out what did this guy say about me over possibly 800 episodes over the last two years of various things. Right, I mean, just like just by sheer take math, the od pretty good that you've had a take. Undoubtedly. And my saving grace is that the haystack is just so massive that you're not going to find that needle.

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Schwarber hits NL-leading 38th HR, Phillies fall to Marlins

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Schwarber hits NL-leading 38th HR, Phillies fall to Marlins

"The Phillies wasted Kyle schwarber's national league leading 38th home run in a 5 three loss to the Marlins Brian dela Cruz slam the three run Homer and had four RBIs to back Pablo Lopez who allowed two runs in 6 hits over 6 and two thirds innings Jordan Grosjean's belted his first major league Homer opening the scoring in the third inning Noah syndergaard had an underwhelming performance allowing four runs and 6 hits with three strikeouts over 6 innings Brandon marsh triple doubled in single twice for the Phillies who took the season series 12 to 7 I'm Dave ferry

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Canha's slam caps 8-run 4th inning, Mets rout Marlins 11-3

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Canha's slam caps 8-run 4th inning, Mets rout Marlins 11-3

"The mets scored 8 runs in the fourth inning to slam the Marlins 11 to three Mark kana's Grand Slam capped the outburst as the mets moved back into first place in the NL east a half game ahead of the braves Meanwhile Carlos Carrasco the recipient of all that offense gave up just one run in 6 innings for New York to raise his record to 14 and 6 I saw all those wrong but I didn't pay attention I just go out there and put some fear on the board never never give up Eduardo Escobar and Francisco Lindor also homered for the mets who beat Pablo Lopez for the third time this season I'm Tom mariam

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 Cronenworth hits grand slam, Padres beat Marlins 10-3

AP News Radio

00:24 sec | Last month

Cronenworth hits grand slam, Padres beat Marlins 10-3

"Jake cronenworth and has young Kim drove in four runs a piece and accounted for 5 of the Padres 11 hits in a ten three drubbing of the Marlins Kroner worth belted a Grand Slam during San Diego's 5 run first off loser Pablo Lopez It was his second career slam and 12 Homer of the season Kim double twice and single to help the Padres avoid a three game sweep His three run double in the knife put the game out of reach Padres all star many Machado

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Angels blow late lead, rally in 10th for 4-3 win over M's

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Angels blow late lead, rally in 10th for 4-3 win over M's

"Jesse Chavez blew a three zero lead in the 9th inning before Taylor ward sacrifice fly in the tenth gave the angels a four three win against the Mariners Max Stassi smacked a two run Homer in the knife to put Anaheim up by three but Seattle scored three times in the bottom half Capped by ty France's two run single Chavez got the wind with help from Jimmy hergatz spotless tenth Pablo Sandoval was in line to get his first win since May 22nd after limiting the M's to three hits over 5 and a third innings Paul C Walt fell to three and three I'm Dave fairy

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Lindor, Mets hammer Marlins' López 9-3 for sweep

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Lindor, Mets hammer Marlins' López 9-3 for sweep

"The mets finished up a three game sweep and kept their three game lead in the NL east by blasting the Marlins 9 three Francisco Lindor Jeff McNeil and Marc Anna each had three of the Met's season high 19 hits helping New York run its winning streak to 6 games Canada and Brandon nimmo each had two RBIs The mets built a 6 zero lead against Pablo Lopez chasing the right hander after two and two thirds innings Taiwan walker improved 92 allowing three runs over 5 and two thirds The mets tossed 20 consecutive scoreless settings in this series until Jacob stallings RBI single in the 5th I'm Dave ferry

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Marlins beat Mets 5-2 behind Cooper, De La Cruz

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Marlins beat Mets 5-2 behind Cooper, De La Cruz

"The Marlins bounced back from a one sided lost one night earlier to beat the mets 5 to two Brian dilla Cruz led Miami's attack with three doubles scoring one run and driving in another to put the Marlins up two to one after 5 Garrett Cooper blasted a two run Homer in the 8th to give Miami a cushion at four to one Pablo Lopez got the win giving up just one run and four hits in 5 innings There's a lot of positives to take from these outing A little shorter than I personally would like but we did a good job at limiting what something that could have gone out of hands The Marlins have now won 7 of their last 9 games Tom New York

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The Soviet Spies' Depths of Evil With David Adams Cleveland

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | 3 months ago

The Soviet Spies' Depths of Evil With David Adams Cleveland

"I'm talking to David Adams Cleveland at the author of a brand new book novel gods of deception and David, you were just making a point and we had to cut you off. Please forgive me and go back to that point. Just to give you some idea about the depths of evil that were perpetrated by the Soviet spies in the American government, besides Alger Hiss, Alger Hiss, by the way, on the way back from yalta, stopped in Moscow for one day with elements of the American delegation. And in a secret ceremony he was taken aside by the head of Soviet intelligence and given the order of the red star for his contributions to Soviet intelligence. That's just for beginners. But here's something even more astonishing that Americans need to know about the level, the depth of evil. That was going on at this time. There was a Soviet spy at the upper echelons of the Treasury Department by the name of Harry Dexter white. Well, in 1941, the summer of 1941, Harry Dexter white was approached by his Soviet handler. Victor pavlov was his name, same name as the guy that had the salivating dog. Victor pavlov. And he wanted to meet with Harry Dexter white at old app, it's grill in Washington, D.C., right off the Treasury Department. And Pablo says I'm going to meet you there. I'm going to have a copy of The New Yorker with me. You'll recognize me. They'd never met before. They sit down. They have lunch. And pavlov pushes a piece of paper across the table to Harry Dexter white and he says, I want you to read this and put it to memory. And white picks up the paper and reads it and nods and says, yes, I understand. What that was on that piece of paper was what the Soviets called operation snow. It was a plan to, for the U.S. to ratchet up the pressure on Japan. In summer of 1941, that is embargoes on oil and raw materials, where the idea of pressuring the Japanese so that instead of invading north in the Siberia where they'd been fighting with the Soviets for a number of years, that Japan would be forced to go south.

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Avalanche beat Oilers 4-2 to take 3-0 series lead

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Avalanche beat Oilers 4-2 to take 3-0 series lead

"The avalanche owner three games to none lead in the Western Conference Finals after scoring the final two goals in a four two downing of the oilers JT copper broke a two two tie with 7 18 remaining The game winner came about 5 minutes after Ryan McLeod tied it for Edmonton Valerian scored two straight goals to give the apps a two one lead about four and a half minutes into the second period Pablo Franco's turned back 27 shots for Colorado which is seeking its first birth in the final since 2001 Connor McDavid opened the scoring just 38 seconds into the game and Mike Smith stopped 39 shots for the oilers who will try to stave off elimination on Monday I'm Dave

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"pablo " Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

04:53 min | 4 months ago

"pablo " Discussed on Game of Crimes

"I mean, so when you were down there the first time was the Napoli's active and stuff, was it before or after look how to draw when he abandoned the ranch. It was before la catedral. It was before the before he surrendered. He abandoned it in the recent I remember this so clearly is because this is like setting one of the first times in DEA history. Our purpose of going to the ranch and staging from there was we interviewed a famous informant. The guy's dead and now, but anyway, I'm not making light of it, but this guy was Jose Gonzalez Rodriguez got just right hand man. In the story, it's a great story. He wanted to talk to us. So we got permission and we spent like 5 days talking to this guy. Gotcha loved this guy. This guy loved gotcha. He was a huge hit of security, but when gotcha, mexicano, Pablo's partner gets killed. Pablo tells this guy, Henry, hey, you're going to work for me because, you know, this guy was really good at security and Henry told us he did not like Pablo. He hated power because of all the people that he was killing. So and Henry's famous in Colombia like because he was the leader of a paramilitary group there. And taking care of all of Jose Gonzalo Rodriguez gotchas ranches and gotcha again was Pablo's partner. Gotcha was killed in 1989. So that was her purpose. And just real quick. I mean, this guy hated Pablo. He hated Pablo because of all the atrocities that he was doing. And Paolo was trying to tell him what to do. So anyway, so he turned against Paolo. You know, but and he was helping us out when it was great information about the training camps in Colombia, about public bar, so it was great information for me. And the reason I talk about this is that's why I was there at the ranch and that's why we spent about 5 days there at Pablo's rights. So basically the question is, this was before he before he surrendered. So Murph, I suppose you're going to take credit not only for Pablo surrendering, but for him leaving the ranch because you showed up in country right and all of this stuff happens or did that happen before you get there? Well, he knew Harvey was dead on his ass, so that's why he took off running, but when I got there, that's when he.

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"pablo " Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:15 min | 6 months ago

"pablo " Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

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The Real Story of Jan. 6th Is What the Government Does to Innocent People

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 11 months ago

The Real Story of Jan. 6th Is What the Government Does to Innocent People

"Well isn't that the story of what I mean honestly Nick this has been the story since Maybe since Trump took first took office but especially since all this COVID madness has hit and that transition of power this has been the story What they're telling us in the media in the left wing media is happening does not match up with what's happening before our very eyes You're right there You didn't see some violent revolution that was going to overthrow the United States government I don't even know how they thought that was going to happen What guy with horns sits in Nancy Pelosi's share and then what Fill in the blanks They are telling a completely different story Yeah like I said most of the people there that I saw were my age or older and what were we armed with like blood pressure medicine and Holy Grail in our sleep apnea machines If you're going to overthrow the government you need some young people okay Maybe a military would help too Maybe But as we start piecing together you know talking to people that were there what we really discovered as we went wrong was that the real story here is what the government is doing to innocent people who really went there and did nothing else Families that have had their doors broken down by the FBI And you know this man that they came after never been arrested for anything Alex and his wife and they treat these people like Pablo Escobar or serial killers or something S.W.A.T. teams humbert vehicles going down a little neighborhood For the streets I mean it's a pulling but the government is doing And the reason they're doing it is to have a chilling effect They're trying to terrorize and demonize Americans who disagree with the leftist agenda and make sure that everybody understands This is what's going to happen to you if you stand up

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Nikole Hannah-Jones Says U.S. Dropped Bombs on Japan for Financial Reasons

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 11 months ago

Nikole Hannah-Jones Says U.S. Dropped Bombs on Japan for Financial Reasons

"Nicole Hannah Jones tweets over at the federalist they picked it up Sean Fleetwood New York magazine writer and founder of the 1619 Project the call Hannah Jones took to Twitter this week to offer historically illiterate take on why the United States bond Hiroshima during World War II In a course she was promoted by The New York Times or 1619 project cronut but a New York Times Historical scholars from every walk of life came out and said she doesn't know what the hell she's talking about but it doesn't matter You see And now deleted November 6th tweet Jones attempted to argue that the only reason the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city was due to financial reasons All you World War II vets listen to this She said they dropped the bomb They I guess meaning her country America When they knew surrender was coming because they'd spent all this money developing it and to prove it was worth it She wrote propaganda's not history my friend Now that is unbelievable She is a complete idiot She is a complete idiot Their first bomb was dropped and then the second bomb was dropped because Japan refused to accept unconditional surrender And that's what Harry Truman insisted on She is a historical illiterate but she can push her Pablo her hate for this country and there's not a single corrupt media platform that wouldn't love to

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"pablo " Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"pablo " Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Here? Yeah, so in episode 5 37, I gave what I think was a good explanation of why jurors can not ask questions of the witnesses. And a bunch of folks wrote in to point out that in some courts in Colorado and there are some other pilot programs across the country that jurors can ask questions of the witnesses and that these programs will have differing levels of standards to ensure that they get vetted by the lawyers and you're not asking a question about evidence that's been excluded in lemon a or because of the exclusionary rule or something like that. I did not know about that. I still think I'm a hidebound traditionalist. And I prefer for jurors to, you know, take the presentation that the lawyers give you and like it. But I can understand the appeal of wanting, particularly if you're an OA listener and you're just dying to get in and show off your cross examination skills, I get that. So yeah. And a couple other trial programs. There are indeed juror questions of witnesses. So neat and thank you for writing in. I was a little bit wrong. I would be the one in the jury. Your honor permission to treat this witness as hostile during the jury sit down. That would be a beast. Oh my gosh. If you're an OA listener in Colorado, you get called for jury duty. Will you please that face the judge and say, your honor? Great. Just a letter from jail for contempt. All the worst that happens is you get kicked off the jury. Do not take it. Can you hold a juror? You can hold a jury contempt. Anybody in the courtroom is subject to the judges inherent contempt powers. Interesting. So there you go. There you go. What a fun start to this episode. And I think it's only going to get more fun. Let's go to our main segment. We're back on the Saturday morning with today in the wild and an unusual animal problem in South America. That's right. Dozens and dozens of hippos have found themselves very far from home and now government officials in biologists have to figure out what to do about it. And your question, what in the world is how I will lead this offer. So there are two ways to interpret the question what in the world. And let me start with what the world are Pablo Escobar's cocaine hippos. I'm going to read to you from the incredible from the wrongly titled gizmodo article. So we'll get to the legal question in a minute. But the first three paragraphs of the article are dead on in explaining what this issue is, at least. So they get the background correct. We love gizmodo, but they get the law a 100% wrong. So three decades ago, drug kingpin and narco terrorist Pablo Escobar smuggled dozens of animals, including elephants, ostriches, zebras, camels, giraffes, and hippopotamuses, into a zoo in his private ranch. When Columbia's cops killed Escobar in 1993, they seized the ginormous estate, including the zoo. When they did, they shipped all of Escobar's other creatures off to live in other zoos save for his four hippos really changes the Simon and Garfunkel song that I'm a big fan of. Orangutans. It's supposed to do. That's such an a plus reference. That's fantastic. You and I share Simon and Garfunkel. That's so good. So good. So yeah, the four hippos were difficult to capture and quote presumed to not be an issue, so they merely let them stay on the land. And then gizmodo says, all was well until the hippos started copulating. They do not use the word copulating. Now, they're up to a 120 hippos, roaming around Colombia and they are considered one of the top invasive species in the world. Oh my God, really? Yeah. Authorities have weighed a plan to kill the hippos off and they've been checking that out since 2009, and it has recently gained steam. A little factoid I remember randomly. I think hippos are like the most dangerous animal in the world. Like there's more hippo related accidents because than any sharks than anything. There's a factoid I have heard and I pass it on, not knowing if it's a 100% true, but I'm pretty confident. If you're a hippo expert or other dangerous animal expert, I would love to run a Thomas was wrong for two weeks in a row, so right in to let us know if that claim is correct. No, no, I have heard something similar. So we'll do both of them. Hippos, I don't know. It does. Yeah, exactly. So, okay, so there's this plan to kill the hippos. And instead, animal rights groups came up with a plan to sterilize the hippos rather than euthanize them. Gave them some Ivermectin. Yeah. So in July of 2020, Colombian attorney Luis Domingo Gomez Maldonado filed a lawsuit in Colombia on behalf of the hippos that challenged this regulation and said you should use this chemical contraceptive instead of killing the hippos. That's the background. So what's going on from a legal perspective? You have an attorney filing a lawsuit in Colombia. That was filed on July 31st, 2020. On behalf of his clients, the community of hippopotamuses. It is cause number two 5 zero zero.

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US judge: Pablo Escobar's cocaine hippos legally 'people'

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

US judge: Pablo Escobar's cocaine hippos legally 'people'

"A federal judge ruled the offspring of hippos once owned by a Colombian drug kingpin can be recognized as people they have been called cocaine hippos Pablo Escobar illegally imported them to his Colombian ranch in the nineteen eighties Escobar was killed in nineteen ninety three and they were abandoned at his estate there are now about eighty of them the Colombian government wants to kill or sterilize the hippos animal rights groups have been trying to get the U. S. court system to grant the animals personhood status so that wildlife experts in sterilization can be brought in to advocate on their behalf animals have been granted legal rights in India Pakistan and Argentina courts in the west have been unwilling to do so until now a legal expert says these hippos live in Colombia and the order from the US won't carry any weight there I'm a Donahue

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Dr. Jeff Barke: It's Easier to Call in a Prescription for Oxycontin Than Ivermectin

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Jeff Barke: It's Easier to Call in a Prescription for Oxycontin Than Ivermectin

"Let's stay here for a second. So i for my sins. I spent Oh my gosh. Almost thirty years in academia prior to joining the Trump administration i. I hate being called an academic But pay reviews was the big deal. Pablo perez was was the choice of The the expression for those inside of academia Peer review dr balki. It's a joke. I mean it's it's a mutual masturbation society isn't it because you're being reviewed by your body's and therefore it's just a collective group think exercise. This isn't unbiased review. By people who have no vested interests these people have viewpoints. They wanna protect and like crazy. That i mean in theory. It makes sense it sort of like a a trial by your peers Theory in theory but what happens at these journals is that they're all like minded people and up. An article comes through. That is a positive article about ivermectin. They're not even gonna look at it. Let alone review it and so it's almost impossible to get publish. Some of these articles that are critical of karma and critical of vaccines. And so yes. You're right it's a you know it. It saddens me to say but these journals and healthcare agencies have become political in nature and they shouldn't be because when that happens what it's it's patients that suffer and so the science has been corrupted. Patients are being injured as a result and listen every single day now when i call in prescriptions for patients as it relates to cove it. It is literally easier for me to call in a prescription for oxycontin than it is for either

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US sets the stage for COVID booster shots for millions

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

US sets the stage for COVID booster shots for millions

"Government advisers have recommended Kobe booster shots for millions of Americans but expressed skepticism extra shots will help slow the pandemic advisers to the U. S. centers for disease control say booster should be offered to people sixty five and older nursing home residents and those ages fifty to sixty four with underlying health problems with the provision for younger adults at health risk but the panel decided against extra shots for healthy health care workers Dr Pablo Sanchez we have a really effective vaccine and it's like saying that it's not working and it is and Dr Helen Talbot says getting everyone vaccinated is the answer not giving boosters to those already protected I feel like what month on fox like this is not one of them I'm Jackie Quinn

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The Zach Wilson Era Is off to a Disastrous Start

ESPN Daily

02:17 min | 1 year ago

The Zach Wilson Era Is off to a Disastrous Start

"So let's talk about zack wilson. Because you mentioned him and watching him lose twenty five to six at home to the patriots and bill ballot check and bill. Bella check destroys rookie. Quarterback's he consumes them. He picks their bones. That's all stuff that we know already cleans. His teeth with the bones of rookie quarterback is what he does but we saw jets fans alex. You know throwing in the towel and it's week two. And i say that because they were literally throwing souvenir tales from the stands. And zach wilson. The four picks. I'm curious about climbing into your memory bank here because what do you. Alex smith remember about playing the colts back in two thousand and five pablo. I've definitely tried to forget this one all right but we're good. I do remember my first career. Start the number one defense at the time and like the colts were in their heyday. Payton was rolling. But that defenseman dwight free robert matt Bob sanders. i mean it was. It was a joke and yeah. It's all a terrible blur for me. Like four picks i think my rating was it like it was a disaster but i think that was a clear design i was i just turned twenty one. I mean i played only two years in college in a spread system now trying to plan their center. Probably this become this pro quarterback whatever that is and It was not good. I was definitely i. I felt unprepared. And it was a disaster and it showed. You've been a guy who had a four interception game really early after being a top. Pick your the number one overall pick of course. What do you counsel him. Hypothetically what do you stay to him after a game like this if you were to visit him. Alex smith kind of like a ghost of christmas future. What do you. What do you tell a kid who's very talented but also just had a day like this. I think exactly that. I mean i think you gotta go like for me. I just go to the third and fourth picks that he grew and pause before the snap and look look like jack. It's ten to three on this one. It's in the third quarter we got. There's a ton of football left. There's no reason to throw this ball up The way he did and then even the second one in the fourth grade. I mean i think it was thirteen to three. At that point. There is still time. Left like again I think going back to just doing your

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Solving Problems in English Vs Russian - Daniel Kornev Chief Product Officer at DeepPavlov - Voicebot Podcast Ep 227 - burst 07

The Voicebot Podcast

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Solving Problems in English Vs Russian - Daniel Kornev Chief Product Officer at DeepPavlov - Voicebot Podcast Ep 227 - burst 07

"De pablo is not just for russian. It's language agnostic. correct. Yeah i'm not a doctor language agnostic. I mean we have some alternate will dirt in the system bobby multi folkston english-language russian vicious funny socks the today we have allegations in russian and like man polish it out vapors thankfully on human. Ob new rapes and countenances restaurants. And it's not like you like language. It's more like be working on very complicated tasks they working. can comprehend human language and of course that for english language. I is already enormous obstacle. And do you think it's harder to do it for russian or is it really just. It's a smaller market. And the activity right now is in english. It's a good question Lots of great folks who enjoy building can be systems and aleksey russian language. I mean i voted for Nozoe smart folks. They enjoyed the process. It's just when you were on her on one local later laka language which has relatively Small odense Rush i think is the second biggest long beach internet as far as i remember i might be wrong about this about the russian made is of second band is about something like that but the thing is when he focused on english language. You focused on so many problems. For so many countries you can address such allies markets. And you have. Such launched number of data sets in still sees a day not enough to solve the problem so focusing russian-language is definitely much more complicated. Of course like maybe some company as good by denault dive into russian Find something useful. They are but we know that you kind of go to dialects in the books and things of zale is a good basis for dallas. But that's not how people talk. So how shit so one of the things that we think

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Vinicius Leads Real Madrid in 5-2 Win Over Celta

ESPN FC

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Vinicius Leads Real Madrid in 5-2 Win Over Celta

"Row madrid with a smashing performance in the second half a five two victory against the at home first time at the in over eighteen months story of the game cutting bent. He had a hat-trick. Come getting a goal. Six minutes after coming on his debut mini junior goal as well as on the dribs score. Four in the second half to overtake said value. Pablo start with you. What was the difference for elementary in that second half fiend. The quantified third may be saying abou- beneath issues. You know years ago you was a player. Verbally was no an end product. And now you can see can running behind you got. Pay the tripler but composure is ever thing in football. On what dis what makes us different final third. And i think you know. Ben sim always ways. He's the main man for that team. My you know that they will escort goals and it was a good performance. You know defensively. They still quite right. Yeah hopefully they can bring a. I love our mandy batson. I think they will prove those players in in their defense but overdue. I think the quantity across to made different for them.

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Why Its Expensive to Be Poor

Motley Fool Answers

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Why Its Expensive to Be Poor

"They say it takes money to make money. It's true and it's also true that it costs money when you don't have money or a better way to put it. It's expensive to be poor. This is jubal added things. Food is more expensive when you don't have a local grocery store or can't afford to buy in bulk wants to carry a ten gallon jug of pickles on the subway. Not me housing is more expensive when you have to stay in a motel because you can't afford a security deposit to rent an apartment in many other random little things. Add up like how it costs more over time to do your laundry at a laundromat when you can't afford a washer and dryer but today we're just a focus on banking and how it is more expensive to manage your money when you don't have a lot of it while cashing your paycheck and paying your bills is pretty tedious for most of us. It's actually a challenge for those who are poor or lack stable income. A few years back many big banks realized they weren't making enough money off of small accounts so instead of offering free no minimum balance checking accounts the kind popular with many low income customers. They decided to require minimum bounces and customers. Pablo that threshold. They have to pay a monthly see. That's right if you don't have enough money in your checking account you have to pay the bank ten to fifteen dollars that you probably don't have because if you did you'd have it in your checking

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What We're Made Of: A Vaccine Pioneer and Her Olympian Daughter

ESPN Daily

01:38 min | 1 year ago

What We're Made Of: A Vaccine Pioneer and Her Olympian Daughter

"Is first of all pablo is a gift of story. It's a reporter's dream julie. Foudy is an olympic and world cup champion with the. Us women's national team and now she's a soccer commentator and reporter for espn. You have a mom who is a scientist who has toiled for decades on something that she believes deeply in and this technology that led to the pfizer and modern vaccine. That's the scientific community took so long to understand to have a daughter who's an athlete who doesn't realize her full potential until later in life and their combined journey and a willingness to grind it out in the best ways and just figure it out along the way has literally changed the world and save millions of lives perseverance. That's pretty much my my life. My family's life in a nutshell and you spend time talking to these two women about their stories that are so intertwined julie there susan francia the daughter of the family in this world class rower defined odds and trying to keep forging ahead even when all sorts of challenges or being thrown your way. So what that's like in sports. My mom has lived at in science lot of ups and downs than you really appreciate those those ups

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"pablo " Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"pablo " Discussed on Citation Needed

"Ruxton when the tape gets caught and start speeding up. Yeah yeah all right back mass more for you. Why did pablo escobar avoid jail. Time all right. Hey we got rid of handle tori minimum He hosted bearer. Her evidence was D- koala ask the best qualified immunity. It's gotta be so good at crack. It was the community who wins this week. I don't know why he sets i. I do to do an essay all right well for tom. Noah eline heath. i'm thanking. You're paying alice today. But we'll be back next week and by then he will be an expert on something else between now and then chuck. Tom and i add on cognitive distance. And eli no-one heath on scathing atheist skeptic rat dandy minus and god awful movies and if you'd like to stop the travesty of hours of unpaid work you can make episode donation at peijiang dot com slash citation pie or view. The mostly go to patriot gives money is. That's more important because we spend a lot of time the show. She probably pay us for our time. Zone close transactions things work. I mean you should just go there. But if you can't maybe go great us patriots better anyway. If you'd like to get in touch with us check out past episodes on social media or check the show be sure checkout citation pod dot com and then i told her i'm going to take out all but one bullet from my gun. I do feel like a man enough to take your date now. I could power a fucking submarine with how much i hate you. Yeah that's what she said yeah..

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"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

"Pablo had been listening to the radio app on his phone for the weather. Update before his shower as he grabbed his towel he heard the announcement of a mejia storm. That was making its way across. The north east. Didn't part of the country. This fierce storm had threatened to knock out power to thousands of people. Accidents were now expected up and down the east coast. The local news rita said many areas could have as much as three to five eight or more than well over a meter of snow on the ground. This would be an excellent way to organize his photos on his phone old ipad as well as his computer public sort thinking about the weathe- pablo knew it would be a challenge for many people inside the apartments. He wanted how. Maria was fearing a young woman on the third floor with three children who did not appear to have anyone else often to help her pablo knew she was sometime. Struggling as he hid seen sylvia delivering small parcels of food and soup to her door several times pablo had also collected a food parcel for maria once when she had to take one of the children to the doctor the trip involved taking all of them as she did not have anyone to help her with the little ones. I know pablo thought. I could make a pizza slice for himself and then give one to maria telling her he had made two pizzas pablo loved making pizzas and headed cheap frozen pizza in the freezer with cheese and pepperoni on it. He can you. Maria did not eat meat but the little ones did as he had seen. Maria giving the children hot downs so he decided to make the pizza with one half pepperoni only. He would make them well before dinnertime. Then send maria take st- saying he would drop off an extra pizza. He had made that. Putt blow excitedly pulled deck frozen pizza out of the freezer..

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"pablo " Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

The Win-Win Effect

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"pablo " Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

"Information from you without asking a direct question because they wanna feel that differently. Yeah exactly exactly and then if you take the content row allows you to then chop it up and turn it into a bunch of other thousand different things. Yes hundred percent so so to answer your question. Dealbreaker is that they need to realize that this content that you're making it is about somebody else right like i can't i can't have you. Do you wanna do a show. Where you're going to bring people on just to give you a long form testimonial blow smoke up your ass. It's not gonna work limit you you gotta be all in on this idea. And and by the way it's a growing process for all my clients right. Like i know that my clients buy into it and yeah ok and every week. It's like no no no no we're not gonna. We're not just going to talk about. How good this investment is. We're not just going to talk about how good your healthcare system is. We're not just going to talk about the red like it's like every week. I crack the door open more and more and more and more and the long the the more they realize like yeah man every time that we're talking about other people that's the stuff that then get somebody to book a call. I like the small small. It's a small tipping scale go. Oh that makes more sense now. Some of the best mentors. I wouldn't say mentors in my life. It just people that i learned from like indirectly my go wait a minute. And they might said something. And that's one thing. I love about these shows and we'll going different shows. I might have said something over one hundred thousand times and people are listening. And then you'll get on a show and say something and boom. It sparks something for them to go. Wait a minute. I've heard pablo talk about this. Opens up a different way of looking at it. Maybe i need to kind of redefine myself and then inside up building it or b billingham backwards or whatever however you wanna put it. That's what it's all about in understanding that piece man. And i think that's something you do so freaking well as understanding. That's the hard part monetize and building a business and in putting you in a stage. I could do that for you..

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"pablo " Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

The Win-Win Effect

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"pablo " Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

"The major moment that that really deals with this piece of judgment and and not having it being a very very valuable components your life is that after the fear at the funeral after the funeral all these people came out of the woodwork. To give me their condolences about you know some people that i knew well some people that i didn't know at all right. Some guys that were like you know second third cousins that i don't have a relationship with other guys are like president and founder of a bank that i really really admire from afar that in realize my brother had relations with an everybody that everybody that gave me. Their condolences. approached me and said you know man. your brother is somebody that i really always loved and admired. Because he was the kinda guy that every room that he was a part of made you feel at home like he was like a light in every that comes from who you are as a cut from the clause as on your upbringing as well go ahead. Please proceed and by the way it comes. It comes from a very nurturing upbringing. I'm sure but but the fact that he was the person that everybody saw as the light inside the room as the guy that made you feel like you felt comfortable as a guy that was always making you laugh and making you feel good and that being the number one quality. I've always admired. And the number one quality of self identified with. And i should not man. I had never seen that in him. Like i'd never once given him credit for that. Not once and at that moment sometimes you don't have to. I don't know man. Like i. Just i just never saw that. It was like all men. What can i learn at that. At that moment. It hit me. And i was like. How did i not see this in him. Like how did how did. I never give him credit. He didn't need to see it though. Pablo like trying to be. You know what we're going to happen now. Thank you so much. I'm blessed per you know honored that you're using this as a. I don't know how.

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"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

"Pablo had planned his christmas alone and was getting ready. He already knew it was not a good time to waste time watching lots of bad news and had prepared to be busy. He had charged his phone and ordered a new charger for his old ipad to arrive in the new year. He likes to use that for his exercise videos sometimes placing it high on a stool. When he was doing stretches he wanted to do some warm up exercises and some warm down stretches with videos from youtube when he was home alone over the holidays sometimes he just used his laptop or fun he made time to talk with sylvia and some other neighbors he liked at a distance he also made time to wave to people he knew on the street. He did this in the mornings very early when he went for a good walk early. In the morning a massive winter storm was coming and he knew other people would be lonely also so he likes to wave on chat at a distance when he could he knew it made him an other people feel good he also found some old qods and gave some two people who lived alone as happy new year cards but he would keep mr bickerings qods to sell. He had already got some good food vegetables and fruits for new year's eve. He was planning a kitchen challenge and cooking something he had never cooked before. Pablo head some extra cans of soup and vegetables. He took to the local food bank in his neighborhood. He also made a small donation on a list of local food banks across the us at feeding america dot org if e. e. d. i n. g. a. m. e. r. i c. a. dot a. g. If the christmas dole terrible in january he would sort through some old photos and videos he planned to move them into sit photos on his old laptop then later Carefully onto a drive and get organized into the new year he might even update his cv and maybe his linked in profile. But would do that. Last public wanted to wish everyone a happy new year and had a list of people in english to message in the new year. Wow pablo thought. He was going to be so busy. He hoped he had time for a few laps.

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"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

"The doctor had said? About him having to stay in isolation for the next few weeks. Sharon was very worried. She said she was very concerned. That was a new word. He also knew concerned. He knew when someone was concerned that they were anxious. Or worried like someone who is troubled by something. Sharon said she would come by later in the week and drop off a care package. Pablo was not sure. What was a care package? Sharon said he could call her anytime and Sharon also said call me if you ever want to chat Pablo or just send me a text and I will call you straight back. Is there someone else you'd rather talk to? Sharon also asked no hablo said and he laughed he liked talking to Sharon and he had other friends he could talk to but Pablo promised to call and message her anytime. He wanted.

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"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

"Pablo also struggled with long words in his own language as well as English. Pablo knew he was not a good speller in either language. Mr. Anderson said he did not have to know how to spell to speak English. But if he kept writing the spelling would slowly become more and more familiar Overjoyed time. So he did not have to worry about that. Pablo did not care. She knew his sister was a good speller. in his own language and English and she used to tease him. Of the kids had teased him in school about how slow his reading was when he was younger. He became a better reader still a little slow, but he no longer cared what other people thought. She loved reading English stories. Pablo was not sure why he could not spell like the other kids. but Mister Anderson said he should just keep reading and writing and he could always. Use the dictionary if he really needed to. Ms. Anderson also said in the future the computers would do all the spelling for us off. So Pablo could just focus on his reading slowly getting faster. While also developing his writing style. Pablo was unsure what his writing style was? but Mister Anderson said it was like how he had written his pirate story. In a way only Pablo could right. That was unique to him. Pablo was excited. He'd liked his familiar story and enjoyed writing stories. Pablo remembered after he had been to Mr. Pickering's to pick up a parcel. He would need to change. get some things from the grosses if he was going to self isolate for six weeks off now would he carry everything he needed to He did not have his bike with him as he decided not to ride for a while after the accident said he would just have to carry as much as he could. He was also hoping to go to Whole Foods on the way home and get some. fresh fruit and vegetables Pablo was feeling hungry and like to cook..

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"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

"How to use a computer some years later off this debt Anderson made a point of telling Pablo. He must also continue to write in his big notebook month to keep up his English handwriting skills. This was not a problem. Pablo liked writing Now by hand and had many scrapbooks to write in now. Mr. Anderson and also gave Pablo lots of scrap paper printed only on one side Pablo wrote in English on the other side. Sometimes only in pen and pencil when he had run out of colored pens. Pablo likes the computer because he could not spell well, even in his own language when he first started writing in a book Pablo's writing was messy and he could not right in between the small lines off the English writing books his school provided Mister Anderson. His teacher had noticed. That's when mr. Anderson gave him a book with no lines and showed Pablo how to write the liquid is much larger. And that was when Pablo suddenly decided he loved writing. Hey, you don't need lines Pablo. You're a creative man like me. Mr. Anderson said Pablo thought Mister Anderson, and I do have something in common. Pablo thought this was great. So Pablo worked hard to keep writing in large letters and in a different colors in his large notebooks. He also likes showing. Mr. Anderson all have his new words in English. He could write off. Sometimes Pablo would make books out of the paper Mister Anderson gave him by making a hole in the top left-hand corner and tying a string through the pages Pablo like to write stories in English and even wrote one about pirates in Pablo's pirate story The Pirates swam out from under the boat through a special hole under the boat and climbed up on the other ship to take it over and rescue a girl in distress..

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"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

"Mister Anderson Pablo's English teacher also taught Pablo how to use a computer some years later. Mr. Anderson made a point of telling Pablo. He must also continue to write in his office big notebook. to keep up his English handwriting skills This was not a problem. Pablo liked writing Now by hand and had many scrapbooks to write in now. Mr. Anderson also gave Pablo lots of scrap paper printed only on one side wage. Pablo wrote in English on the other side. Sometimes only in pen and pencil when he had run out of ink pains. Pablo light the computer because he could not spell well even in his own language. When he first started writing in a book Pablo's writing was Messi. And he could not right in between the small lines in the English writing books his school provided wage. Mister Anderson his teacher had noticed. That's when mr. Anderson gave him a book with no lines and showed Pablo how to age write the letters much larger. And that was when Pablo suddenly decided he loved writing. Hey. You don't need lines Pablo. You're a creative man like me. Mr. Anderson said Wow, Pablo thought Mister Anderson, and I do have something in common. I thought this was great. So Pablo worked hard to keep writing in large letters and in different colors in his large notebooks. He also likes showing. Mr. Anderson all of his new words in English. He could write. Sometimes Pablo would make books out of the paper Mister Anderson gave him by making a hole in the top left-hand corner. And tying a string through the pages. Pablo like to write stories in English and even wrote one about Pirates. In Pablo's.

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"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

"Mister Anderson Pablo's English teacher also taught Pablo how to use a computer some years later. Mr. Anderson made a point of telling Pablo. He must also continue to write in his office big notebook. to keep up his English handwriting skills This was not a problem. Pablo liked writing Now by hand and had many scrapbooks to write in now. Mr. Anderson also gave Pablo lots of scrap paper printed only on one side wage. Pablo wrote in English on the other side. Sometimes only in pen and pencil when he had run out of ink pains. Pablo light the computer because he could not spell well even in his own language. When he first started writing in a book Pablo's writing was Messi. And he could not right in between the small lines in the English writing books his school provided wage. Mister Anderson his teacher had noticed. That's when mr. Anderson gave him a book with no lines and showed Pablo how to age write the letters much larger. And that was when Pablo suddenly decided he loved writing. Hey. You don't need lines Pablo. You're a creative man like me. Mr. Anderson said Wow, Pablo thought Mister Anderson, and I do have something in common. I thought this was great. So Pablo worked hard to keep writing in large letters and in different colors in his large notebooks. He also likes showing. Mr. Anderson all of his new words in English. He could write. Sometimes Pablo would make books out of the paper Mister Anderson gave him by making a hole in the top left-hand corner. And tying a string through the pages. Pablo like to write stories in English and even wrote one about Pirates..

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"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"pablo " Discussed on Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

Learn English with Cullen's podcast by EATT magazine

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"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,.

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