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"palacios" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood
"And now for some related links, we mentioned there were a series of cyberattacks aimed at Ukraine in the weeks leading up to the invasion. We'll link to a CrowdStrike article from January of last year that details the ongoing cyber warfare on Ukraine that they've seen since at least 2014 when Russia annexed Crimea. Those ranged from malware to denial of service attacks. And last year, Kimberly Adams, on the show, spoke to CrowdStrike's cofounder Dmitri alperovitch, now the executive chairman of the nonprofit Silverado policy accelerator. They talked about the likelihood Russia would launch cyberattacks against the United States. Something that Adam Myers said hasn't really happened to a large extent. But according to a recent article from wired, several cybersecurity groups tracking wiper attacks, where malware destroys data. These organizations found over the last year, Ukraine suffered the largest number of such attacks recorded anywhere ever. And those can have ripple effects globally. When expert from cybersecurity firm four to net told wired that they've detected other hackers reusing those wiper tools in 25 countries around the world. ASUS alvarado, Rosie Hughes and Daniel shin produce our show, Lydia morell is our intern. Becca weinman is our engineer. Daisy palacios is the interim senior producer. I'm Megan mccurdy carino, and that's marketplace tech. This is APM. We know kids have lots of questions, and the ones about money can be the most difficult to answer. That's why you need our podcast million bazillion. In every episode, we find answers to the tough, surprising, and sometimes awkward questions kids have about money. Yep, from what is a black market to why do we get paid different amounts and what do grown-ups do with all their money? Million bazillion from marketplace, helping dollars make more sense. Listen to season four, wherever you get your podcasts.
"palacios" Discussed on ExtraTime
"Two. So you'll believe it's gonna teach me to play together. But man, she treat us till superstar. He's still the man for big moments, even good or bad, 'cause he's kind of always involved. He's a guy that I'd want to watch all the time in el traffic going games like that. So it's unfortunate that it looks like he's going to be unavailable. What's the biggest on field story for you? Well, for this coming weekend, from that game from el trafficker. Yeah, I mean, I think it has to be how LAFC look after winning the double last year. And staring directly at CCL, they changed a lot from that team, but they kept some guys, I think we all expected them to sell and Fuentes. And palacios, they maybe upgraded in central defense with the addition of Aaron long, but all of that is kind of overshadowed by the fact that they really only have two DPs right now. They don't have a true number 9. It's probably going to be Mahalo poku, playing as a number 9 in this one. For such a big occasion and for such a big tournament coming up like two weeks from now, they feel weirdly incomplete. But I low key kind of love the idea of mahala as a number 9. I think he's really smart off the ball. He's like, he's always attacking that space in behind the defense. Now we've only really seen him do that as a winger, but I think that will translate to what he does as a center for. And then the other aspect of this is he's just devastating defensively. He's like maxi a routine level defensively. And I think he could cause problems for that galaxy central defense trying to play out. But as fun as the galaxy R right now, and they are arguably more fun than LASD on paper. How the champs look is the biggest story coming out of this game.
"palacios" Discussed on ExtraTime
"So they do have things to do. But again, this Ross looks really good and they have big flexibility to kind of keep adding to it. And that could be even more in question if the likes of seafood. We haven't heard a ton of rumbling on him as far as maybe his future, but it could be this window that he goes. It seems like Giga palacios is going to stick around, but you have Holly's head palacios and question marks on the depth from there. A lot of center backs for them. Buanga is Christian Theo coming back. I mean, there have been big moves for LAFC, but there's still a lot of question marks on this one as well. We talk about legacy and I think for Gareth Bale, we sort of wrapped up the MLS legacy. It's that goal, it's that moment, but let me tell you, you are not for the next 15 years. Going to watch an MLS broadcast are going to see a highlight reel that does not include that goal. That goal is going to live rent free and every game producer every segment producer every fan's mind forever. And pretty soon here, I'll get that photo frame and have it up in my office as well. Some other news for LFC, sebas Mendes, who look, we were hoping he would stick run in the last, there were some rumors around FC Montreal, that seemed to be a little bit hopeful and indeed it was signed with São Paulo. So free agent, the Ecuadorian international going to Brazil. Also, as we talk about Orlando city, another guy moving outside the league bingie Michelle signed in Portugal went to a mid table club, so that's another one off the board. And we have a question from Travis Grimes for Utah, which is I need to hear your top 5 mustaches of all time. So I don't know if you're going to hold this one to MLS specific, but I have seen Justin merrem rolling around Utah with a very impressive mustache. All time. Top mustache is give it to me. Yeah, so I'm not going to go with them lesbia. Shout out to just a man. That lip sweater is beautiful. I hope he keeps it for a while. I know it's really winter there in Utah. It fits. So I hope that he keeps it as we get towards the season. But for me, no real order here, no scientific here. It's gotta be Tom Selleck, Freddie Mercury, a guy such a question, so Jake got to give it to him. Idris Elba, I think it's beautiful. And a personal one Carmel Anthony. Again, I'm named my dog mellow. My big, big sad nicks fan. Carmella is a goat for me. So that little thin mustache with the goatee combo sets. It's always just brings back positive memories. So many Sony role models
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Migrants at US-Mexico border await ruling on asylum limits
"Thousands of migrants are gathered along both sides of the U.S. Mexico border, waiting to learn if the title 42 ban on asylum seekers will be lifted or remain in place. The limitations blocking migrants from coming into the U.S. to seek asylum were slated to be lifted Wednesday, but an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court by conservative led states has put the health rule and migrants in limbo. Thousands of people gathered in El Paso, Texas already, where the National Guard is monitoring them for exposure to the cold, with temperatures in the 30s. Thousands more are waiting on the Mexican side of the border. In Juarez. Kelly Ruiz, a teacher from Venezuela, says she's afraid if she turns herself in, she'll be turned away, but says she's going to try and has faith. Francisco palacios is with his wife and three year old daughter in Tijuana. He says the family came there from central Mexico two weeks ago to escape violence and gangs that have been demanding part of his income. He's already been turned to a twice from the San Diego border crossing. I'm Jackie Quinn
"palacios" Discussed on WTOP
"Zero to ten above, so some dangerous cult moving into the region. Currently across the area 36 up in Frederick, 37 in Annapolis, and 39 at false shirt. Okay, thanks, Amelia. It's all brought to you by long fence, save 15% on long fence, Dex, pavers, and fences go to long fence dot com today and schedule your free in home estimate. It is 6 11. Several child sex abuse victims in prince George's county have gotten justice this month. It came after prosecutors announced multiple convictions during the past two weeks. Here's WTO's John doman. Prince George's county state's attorney Aisha brave boy says four people have all been convicted and separate child sex abuse cases this month. Among them 60 year old Jose palacios, whose victim came forward only after finding out palacios later started abusing another relative too. More than ten years later, we were still able to get justice for her and for the younger relative. In all the convictions announced this month, the abuser was someone trusted by the victims and their families. This is someone who's supposed to be caring for them. With no statute of limitations, brave boy stresses it's never too late to seek justice. John dome in WTO P news. Maryland allows anyone to get misconduct records of police officers. It's called Anton's law. But a side deal between one county and the police union could gut the law unless civil rights groups can convince a judge to uphold it. They're trying to shield bad activity. Montgomery county councilman will jawanda is teaming up with several civil rights organizations, including the ACLU and the Maryland coalition for justice and police accountability, asking a judge to block a side deal to county made with the police union. That agreement essentially guts Anton's law by alerting officers when someone requests records linked to misconduct investigations. It also reveals the identity of who's asking for them. Under the law, which saint lawmakers approved last year, those records are open to the public. This is another yet another effort to stop reform. Hopefully the court finds in favor of the law, which is to make these records public. Gigi Barnett, WTO news. No response yet to us from the FOP. People need government. Just ask Santa Claus who was waiting for a permit to bring his reindeer to the Commonwealth. Thankfully, the state veterinarian granted it. Yeah, Charlie brought us says while the importation of deer into Virginia is generally prohibited, Santa has promised to take great care of his herd, so he acquiesced in Santa's good. Well, that's good because it seems like every year he's doing all right with that, right? Yeah, I don't know what, I guess he's got to fill out the paperwork every year. Oh my gosh, poor guy. But as you said before, that's why he has a health. That's why he has helps. They Preston on the commanders next. 6
"palacios" Discussed on WTOP
"On your hands. Sometimes it can be a very large leak, a half inch copper pipe, for example, can discharge ten or 12 gallons a minute. Art Shapiro acting director of the Howard county department of public works says if you're leaving for the holidays. It's always a good idea to turn off the incoming water supply in your home. If you're staying home, he says to turn on the faucets and let a stream of water the diameter of a pencil come out of the tap furthest away from where your water comes into the home. Keep that running until the temperatures outside are above freezing. You're sacrificing a few gallons of water, but in exchange, avoiding the tremendous costs that can incurred by a frozen water pipe left running. See more tips at WTO P dot com, Valerie bonk, WTO P news. Two O 5. Several child sex abuse victims in prince George's county have gotten justice this month after prosecutors announced multiple convictions over the last couple of weeks. Prince George's county state's attorney Aisha brave boy says four people have all been convicted and separate child sex abuse cases this month. Among them 60 year old Jose palacios, whose victim came forward only after finding out palacios later started abusing another relative too. More than ten years later, we were still able to get justice for her and for the younger relative. In all the convictions announced this month, the abuser was someone trusted by the victims and their families. This is someone who's supposed to be caring for them. With no statute of limitations, brave boy stress is it's never too late to seek justice. John dome in WTO P news. A new memorial is slated for the national mall. This one will honor those who served in desert storm and desert shield. The National Park Service has chosen a site at the southwest intersection of constitution avenue in 23rd street. The decision follows an environmental impact study and includes planting more trees among other things. The groundbreaking is set for this July and NPS hopes for a dedication in 2024. Well, people need government just ask Santa Claus, who was waiting for a permit to bring his reindeer into the Commonwealth. Oh my. Well, thankfully, they stayed veterinarian, has granted it Charlie brought us says, while the importation of deer into Virginia's generally prohibited, Santa has promised to take great care of his hurt. Do you think he's got to go through that with every state? Boy, I'll tell you. That's a lot of paperwork here in the months before. You got to get everything ready. Thank goodness he's got all those elves helping. You have elves. Something a little more serious, a lot of flu going around and not enough medicine will have details. Two O 7. Are you ready for some postseason football? Supporting current and veteran service members, the National Capital Region's college football ball game takes place on Wednesday, December 28th, as the duke blue Devils play the
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Fans' wild World Cup fashion draws praise, scorn in Qatar
"The most popular style among foreign fans is the traditional head scarf worn by men across the Arabian Peninsula. This Croatian fan, dinko, is wearing one. The costume looks like really unique and this is the way we are the question people are so like that. We're quite fun. They feature colors from their home country. Venezuelan fan Ricardo palacios has received some fashion tips along the way. They also like stop me and they fix it a little bit because of course I don't know how to do it, right? The sellers iron and fold them carefully fitting the cloth to fans heads in the so called cobra style worn by qataris. Local naji and Amy says, to be honest, it makes me happy. I have no problems with it at all. He compared it to citizens of the Arabian Peninsula, wearing jeans or suits when traveling in Europe. I'm Ed Donahue
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"palacios" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Fast money. We were going to talk about home builders this block, but we kind of already did. Like Tim just went rogue and I'm kidding. So take a look at hold on. Let's look at some of the builder adjacent stocks, whatever that means. Wayfair soaring 28% today, their business rose by 28%. William Sonoma and RH loads at Home Depot also seeing big gains all because gaya dami, we got a four tenth of a percent drop in the inflation rate and the fed is still going to raise rates next month and probably get in January. We're very healthy 34 basis point bond move in which is ridiculous. I mean, unhealthy is the good news, honey, bond yields fell, but that's had this conversation. Said nobody ever. You know, we said if you think yields are going lower, which collectively we did. And the dollar and the dollar, you have to be long home builders because they're basically on a hair trigger when yields move. Now, I didn't think ten years would move 30 basis points in a day, but here we are. I'm another question you have to ask yourself, is do you get out of them if you've been long? And I think you take profits. I'm going to read a couple things here. A guy named Rick palacios junior, I'm going to give a little shout out. He works for John burns real estate consulting. Rick if you're out there, thanks. He had a tweet storm yesterday and listen to this. Very quickly. They surveyed a bunch of builders. Jacksonville, buying land at the top. We're going to cut starts 60 to 70% Boston, October was exceptionally weak. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. October was the worst sales month in 12 years. No buyers, Baltimore. Market is terrible, Birmingham, the market is weak demonstrably. I could go on. They were Karen. And now the home builders are popping 10% today. It's just nothing made sense to me today. Well, I think that home builders are sort of looking through, so that this is different, I think, that O 7 O 8, you didn't have the same gigantic mismatch between, you know, just endless supply that you do now. I mean, you don't have that now that you did then. So that I think makes a big difference. And we're at this sort of dislocation where the bid ask spread between buyers and sellers is wide. That will close. I think that we still have a millennial generation that wants to buy houses. And so if you look 6 months down the road, I think mortgage rates will be lower. And so I think activity will pick up and I kind of like the space. Yeah, I mean, it makes sense. You do. Given the valuation, I mean, here's one thing I was looking at this chart. Okay, yeah, granted, it's a 12% today. This stock did not make a new low with the S&P 500 when it made new lows over the last few weeks, right? So the space in general had been trying to put in a little bit of a bottom and you said three tenths of a point in the CPI, it really is what did the two year do? You also said, well, we're still going to be raising rates in December. What did the two year do today? I agree. Great. Just topped out for this cycle. The twos and the tens. That's it, people. So we can have all these fancy professors on, we can talk about all this stuff over and over again. We don't think about markets. When I think back to O 7, O 8 O 9, I don't say, oh, that meeting in November and what that pal or what Bernanke said. And then what he said the next month. I agree. I'm so sick of the fed. I think we're agreed. Hold on. What I'm saying is we talk about the inflection point. That's what Macaulay said. We're inflecting right now. That's happening, right? And so the data was this and we had three CPI friends that weren't as bad as expected, but we had hot jobs data, and the next thing we're going to start seeing is jobs data with the unemployment rate gets to 4%. And then it's kind of mission accomplished. Then the whole thing, this whole argument about inflation, everything like that, it starts to turn a little bit. And if you start to turn, you get back to also, I think, tailwinds and secular dynamics that are a function of the housing market grinding to a halt in William Sonoma and restoration hardware. By the way, report about three weeks to a month. So we're just going to get their numbers and the cops that I'm reading to report by Cowen. They're saying they're looking at up about 6%. The real key, of course, is where we get in 23. But if you look at where EPS estimates have come down for these stocks, they come down dramatically. And you've got consumers that are still staying in their house and fixing up and these companies are running better than they have in terms of marketing. And I do wonder, because they can adjust their pricing, build a slightly smaller house, whatever, if you bought a house just yourself, you may not have the ability to lower prices, at least the home builders can. We'll talk about it maybe some other show, some other day. All right, coming up. Sam bankman freed breaking his silence on the collapse of the crypto exchange he founded. We're going to get the very latest on what's going on on this fast moving, complicated and
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Brazil's Lula to reclaim presidency after beating Bolsonaro
"Brazilians have delivered a slim margin of victory to leftist former president Louis and asio Lula da Silva in a divisive presidential election Proud celebrated in the streets São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro Sunday Night after voters reelected Louis initio Lula da Silva as president for a third time It's a stunning comeback for a candidate who is at one time in prison for corruption Lula support a Carina palacio told the AP the wind was not so much about supporting Lula's leftist party as a rejection of far right incumbent yair Bolsonaro This is a relief at least we won't have a genocidal militia man ruling the country Bolsonaro's campaign made repeated claims of election manipulation before the vote in a victory speech to Silva said his win was a victory for the Brazilian people This isn't a victory of mine or the Workers Party nor the parties that supported me in campaign It's the victory of a democratic movement I'm Jennifer King
"palacios" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"CNN exclusive inside the U.S. capitol on the anniversary of January 6th. The police, the lawmakers, and the leaders fighting for accountability, an unprecedented gathering, untold stories, and what must happen next to defend democracy. Jake tapper and Anderson Cooper host live from the capitol, January 6th, one year later, Thursday on CNN. On the next eco solutions, go inside expo 2020 Dubai to see how the elements are being harnessed for good. From the sun and essential resource. All throughout the day, our energy trees rotate just like sunflowers to face the sun. To the earth, and the sky. We were inspired by kite borders, how they can convert the wind energy into mechanical energy. Eco solutions Sunday on CNN. I'm elini Joss, and this is CNN. All right, hello and welcome back to one world. Let's catch up on the headlines. The first part of a report into corruption during the Jacob Zuma era in South Africa has been made public. President sir ramaphosa was handed the report earlier and called it a defining moment in restoring the integrity of South Africa's institutions. He's expected to give his response to the report to parliament later on this year. Apple has become the world's first $3 trillion company. It hit that market value during trading on Monday, Apple shares were up almost 35% last year. And it's four quarter sales, which don't include the holidays, almost 30%. The world's number one tennis player. I know that Djokovic says that he is indeed going to the Australian open to defend his title. That decision was up in the air because he refused to confirm if he'd been vaccinated, which was a requirement to compete. Djokovic is now been granted a COVID medical exemption. All right, I need developments today in the case of Haiti's assassinated president. Colombia authorities say a key suspect in the July murder of jovenel moise was extradited to the U.S. earlier on Tuesday. He will make a first court appearance just over an hour from now in Miami, Mario palacios will be the first suspect charged in relation to moise's death. CNN's Matt rivers is following the story of Matt three countries were involved in this exposition. Haiti was not one of them. Just walk us through what happened here. Yeah, so this suspect Mario palacios was one of more than two dozen Colombian suspects that Haitian authorities initially said were involved in this assassination, most of those suspects were arrested shortly after the assassination happened. Palacios, however, managed to escape. And eventually he made his way to Jamaica, where he was picked up by Jamaican authorities. He was charged with illegally entering the country. And eventually Jamaican authorities, yesterday, were deporting him to Colombia, the plan from Jamaica was to deport him through Colombia. Two Columbia, which is where he's from originally. However, both Haiti and the United States has issued Interpol red notices basically requesting palacios extradition and through an agreement between Colombia, Panama, and the United States, palacios was extradited to the United States. Panama was involved because palacios was being deported through Panama eventually on his way back to Colombia. It was when he arrived in Panama that authorities picked him up and extradited him to Miami. That is where he's going to appear in a federal court to face two different charges. He's going to be arraigned on those charges in just about an hour from now or so. The charges he's going to be facing are conspiracy to provide material support resulting in the death of a foreign leader and conspiracy to kidnap and kill a foreign leader. Those are incredibly serious charges with the Colombian national police actually saying in a statement that they expect palacios to cooperate with U.S. authorities in their investigation. Which signifies two things. One, the United States is taking a more active role in the investigation into this assassination, but also number two that the United States will likely try and expand its investigation because as we've reported before it is very likely that this assassination plot was at least in part planned in the United States in South Florida. So this is a big deal Zayn and as you said at the top, he is the first suspect to formally be charged. There are dozens of suspects in Haiti that have been arrested, but none have been formally charged. So not only is this the first suspect to be formally charged, but he's being charged in the United States in a legal system that functions as opposed to Hades. So this is a big deal in this assassination investigation. This assassination taking place in the beginning of July, saying I'm not my first there. Thank you so much. By all accounts, former Sudanese prime minister that I hand up was exactly what Sudan needed. A man born and educated in the North African nation who had built a solid reputation as an effective diplomat. Hamdok was a respected economist who had jobs with the African development bank, the international labor organization, and the United Nations, former colleagues have described him as a compassionate diplomat, a humble listener, brilliant, and disciplined. When hamdok became Sudan's prime minister in 2019 as part of a civilian and military power sharing agreement, there was hope that he could steer the country out of a vicious cycle of coups and violent dictatorship, but it wasn't meant to be hamdok resigned Sunday after the latest military takeover in October plunged the nation into chaos. What you're looking at here are images of protests that have been rocking Sudan for past several months, people bear on the ground really pushing for democratic reform and many of the people you see here have actually lost their lives during demonstrations. Now that the military though is in total control, these protests are only expected to grow and some fear that the worst is yet to come for Sudan. The question is, if hamdok couldn't change the trajectory of Sudan, who can. Time now for the exchange and someone who has firsthand knowledge of what led to the breakdown of hamdok's administration, Ahmed Schumacher was a senior member of hamdok's office, his former chief of staff, he joins us live now. And thank you so much for being with us. Thank you for having me. Okay, so it's been two days since prime minister hamdok stepped down. Obviously you're close with him. You've worked with him very, very closely over the past few years. How's he doing? Well, he's doing fine. Of course, after the resignation, he's now trying to make way for someone else to complete the path of the transition. Hopefully to continue leading the country towards saving the democratic transformation that we all want for our country. The power sharing agreement that ham dock struck with the military. As a condition for him being released from house arrest, proved to be extremely controversial. I understand that he thought that he was doing the right thing because he wanted to sort of please everybody. He wanted to strike a deal with the military. He wanted his job back. He thought that he could sort of help steer the country towards democracy. Obviously, it proved a disaster for him. His popularity plummeted because of that, there were demonstrations in the streets. It would countless protests. Does he regret that
Bloomberg Radio New York
"palacios" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A better job of seeing it and hitting it is in the past and it doesn't matter anymore to be honest with you. Just keep trusting my preparation and knowing that I do what I supposed to do preparation wise and go out there and play at a high level and in whatever happens happens. Atlanta eat past the saints at home last week 27 26, the falcons led the game 26 to ten in the fourth quarter before it got away from them. Quarterback Marcus Mariota rushed for a touchdown in his debut with Atlanta, Britain's prince Harry and Meghan Markle appeared to be uninvited to a state reception hosted by King Charles at Buckingham Palace this evening. The duke and duchess received an invitation to the event earlier this week, but palace officials say the reception is for working royals only. Presidents and prime ministers from around the world will be in attendance, including President Biden and the First Lady, the confusion over whether Harry and Meghan will attend the receptions follows mixed messaging over the prince's right to wear a military uniform during funeral events. I'm Jim Forbes, PayPal is threatening to sever its ties with the Phoenix Suns if owner Robert sarver remains affiliated with the franchise PayPal's the official Jersey sponsor of the team and is asking officials to take disciplinary action. Beyond a one year suspension and $10 million fine server received for inappropriate comments. I'm Scott Carr. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. 6 buses from Texas filled with migrants arrived at the port authority this weekend as the city's shelter system neared its breaking point. Men, women, and children who had boarded the buses in El Paso, got off at the terminal with many saying they came from Venezuela. A man is facing several charges after he allegedly used an axe to destroy the inside of a McDonald's on delancey street. Michael palacios was involved in an argument at the fast food place, which quickly escalated to a physical fight between himself and three other patrons, authorities say palacios then took out an axe from his bag and began swinging it at people. Police quickly found him and he is now facing several criminal charges. The city Department of Education has fired another 850 teachers in classroom aids, bringing the total to nearly 2000 school employees fired. This for failing to comply with the vaccine mandate for COVID-19. The post reports about 1300 DOE employees who took a year's unpaid leave with benefits agreed to show proof of COVID vaccination by September 5th or be deemed to have voluntarily resigned. The parent company of Playboy struggling with mounting losses is set to get a boost from the sale of a private jet for 17 and a half $1 million. More from Bloomberg's Charlie poet. Playboy's luxury jet known as the big bunny is being sold off to raise cash for the lifestyle company that owns and licenses, Hugh Hefner's iconic bunny themed brand. This according to a September
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Guardians beat Twins 7-6 in 15 innings, sweep doubleheader
"The guardians took a pair from the twins 5 one and 7 6 That gives Cleveland an 8 game winning streak against Minnesota and a four and a half game lead over the White Sox in the AL central In the opener Shane Bieber allowed a run in four hits over 8 innings I found myself kind of in cruise control in the middle innings there and made a mistake to walnut but all in all it was a good start to a double header He was backed by a José Ramírez home run The guardians made it a sweep when Austin hedges scored on an error by shortstop Jermaine palacios in the 15th inning I met Rosario had 6 RBIs in the twin Bill collecting four hits in each game I'm Dave ferry
WABE 90.1 FM
"palacios" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Examiners are on track to exceed that with 400 autopsies each this year. And let us turn now to the court case. One of the four suspects who are arrested in connection with the semi trailer has a court appearance on Monday I gather, what do we know about him and the Chargers he faces? A criminal complaint shows that Christian Martinez, who is expected in court was texting the accused driver omero zamorano. It says Martinez texted zamorano the truck manifest and was asking him where he was on the day of the event. The complaint also says Martinez told a confidential informant that zamorano didn't know that the air conditioning unit in the trailer stopped working. Someone was in custody. He waved a detention hearing last week, both men face the death penalty for life in prison. It's not really clear what role the two others who were arrested may have played, but they were at the house where the trailer was registered. Can we say how often trucks are used to smuggle? People into the U.S.? This is the deadliest smuggling accident in the U.S. that we know about. But we only know of the attempts where people are found. Just a few days after this incident, another truck was found in San Antonio with 13 migrants. San Antonio's a major smuggling corridor. Just adding up the numbers from press releases on the U.S. attorney's website for the southern district of Texas, and that includes the busy port of Laredo, more than 870 people have been found in trailers since last October and South Texas. According to the press releases, some were packed on ice blocks, cooling broccoli, and one of the smugglers told authorities that he was hauling pig meat. Troy palacios, Texas public radio, Joey, thank you so much. Thank you, Scott. Build it, and they will come, at least online. Police in India have charged four people who set up a cricket pitch in the village of Malibu, with creases, wickets, and stadium lakes
The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"palacios" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"What's so funny about that? You're not even exaggerating, man. That's verbatim. That was a direct tweet from Bobby. What do you think, Joe? That's at the top of the night for sure, right? What do you think? Is this one you'll remember? I mean, it's definitely going to be a notable game. Again, you see two back to back performances from Tam and Brown 30 plus performances, 30 plus points. That's exactly what you want to see. And of course, you saw them beat the snot out of the nuggets. I think this is going to be that game that we look back and say, when the subjects are connecting from behind the arc, look out. And we talked about this a few weeks ago, Bobby. Remember, every three weeks or every two to three weeks, the stuff is going to do for one of these because they have that capability to go off and behind the arc. And that's exactly what I think happened here. You know, especially when you have someone like Pritchard going perfect 5 for 5, Jason Taylor certainly set the tone and he kept it going after the tech. But I mean, look, it's still a recognizable game for sure, Bobby. I mean, look, this is Denver Nuggets team. I mean, granted, whether they're injured or not, they've been, they've been a tough team year in all year long. You know, especially for a Celtics team, this kind of matchup in. The stuff that they made this one look easy, man. They demolished this team. So it's definitely a notable win. But I don't know if it's like one of those like three years from now, be like, man, what would that game in Denver though? That was wildly, you know? Yeah, this was somewhere near like milk palacios game winner for me. Actually, that's more memorable. You end up. In a force in Denver to bench it starters after halftime. You have that crazy 24 to two run in the second quarter there. And like you said, Joe sway, another one of those 60 pieces from Brown and Tatum together that back back. Pray the first time that they've done that and back to back games in their careers, I would imagine a look into that, but this just had everything. Pritchard again, going off, showing that he can be that spot up shooter and the running mate in that bench unit. Taste even had like a 7 nothing push. So just memorable moments throughout this one. And the way this team continues to frustrate Nikola Jokić whenever they play him. I mean, that's really what got that run down. Three straight games. Yeah. You're going back to last year even, which is odd. You got Benson that game, too. I mean, he had a triple double and he got benched in that game late because one was like enough. You're not into it. You know, here. He had 9 turnovers in the Boston game..
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"palacios" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show
"And that's really where that central nervous system being challenged then kicks in and is so powerful. And so teachable. If you're willing to put it in that position of learning right absolutely yeah. We'll you know this is. This is the really cool thing about the kind. That kind of journey than i went on from there because again i saw kabuki strengthened weck method early on in that process and that kind of just fell off the map for me and i went on this sort of separate journey. All my on my own and found our pr and it was around. Maybe i'm telling you man. I got story after story about how this stuff just kinda fell into my lap right place right time and rpr came Came to me at a time. I was bent training at facility. Colori enzi strength conditioning. It was more of a private facility. It's actually owned by dwayne johnson trainer dave ramsey and he brought in Jail holdsworth team with a with. Rpr and everyone knows now jail. If they've heard the episode that i did with him. So you're you're remembering that name. Go check out the episode and he we. We unpack what are. Pr's yeah so and that was that was the crazy part is again. The timing of that was just insane because It was relatively close to that time. That a buddy of mine who had been training from From my early my first years of training guy. I learned from guy who mentor. Had a really bad accident and He ended up Paralyzed from essentially from the neck down. He could still move his arms But this was a guy who was one of the most athletic people that i'd never known and you know and now he's wheelchair-bound as as result of this accident but when When my training associates and i decided that we were gonna take it upon ourselves to start working with them and see what we could do help. getting back up and running and get an optimized and that's a that's a big area that the rpr reflects performance reset guys. Focus on is how to stay optimized. Right get your body as quickly and efficiently to a place of central nervous system optimally optimization as possible and that was right around the same time so i had been studying. Spinal rehab The neurological system and how to take someone who has had a spinal injury and give them as much functionality as possible. In about the same time. I had another client who had just had a major Head injury not that long ago so it was like i mean the timing of those things to show up all same time for me like i can't. I can't explain it any other way other than divine intervention but those were the areas that i started to really integrate. The rpr's central nervous system miniaturization work with integrated compressive limit force. Elastic work from method. And then more of those Functional rotational patterns that method and kabuki strength for teaching with the shoulder rock and their various their various tools and it just made the process so much easier and it made it so much simpler for the clients that people i was working with to connect with what those tools provided from a feedback perspective And it really really challenged me to go beyond looking for types of tools modalities and training methods that anybody and everybody could connect with and you know not everybody is even capable of picking up a barbell dumbbells. That's what you discover in the adaptive world so what other tools we have available right. You can't fix every problem. That isn't a nail with a hammer. Right know and that's what i really started Does to discover was that you needed to really not only be able to just teach basic primal movement patterns from a sort of calisthenic perspective right. It's not just about moving. It's also about making that mind body neurological neurological connection to be able to contract those muscles as hard as you possibly can or relaxed them as much as you possibly can and and it really gets deep into a better understanding of the central nervous system in what causes it to become limited in the first place. It doesn't have to be an injury. It could be your stress levels. It could be an emotional interaction that you had that caused you. Go into fight fight or flight mode so what. Tools anchors and skill sets. You have available to help you manipulate your body back into a more objective state so that you can function at a high level not just physically but also mentally and emotionally. Yeah so. I'm gonna break this all the way down because we're probably be one thing if i if i had a strength and conditioning podcast but we I can. I can imagine people listening going. Holy shit. I've heard terms that i've never heard before. I am barely trying to work out so i want to redefine some of this stuff and i want you to set the table for people that are trying to lose weight. They're trying to just be healthier there. There's an absolute application to this kinetic wave of looking at Their bodies and something so powerful not only for the athletes but for the normal regular people that are stressed out of their mind that are disconnected from their body that there's an sitting patterns and stress patterns all of that stuff. So why don't you kinda go all the way back to like what are some. What are some things. people are absolutely not doing. Nothing's really wrong. But but that is not that effective when you're looking at training strength training And and then what earth. Some things that people can do to better get themselves in touch with themselves in touch with central nervous system and really in touch with her whole body systems instead of just this reductionism or separation way of strength training. Yeah yeah so. I know and i know you hate reductionism But but the fact is you know again that that the the truth of the matter is. That's the person. I actually work with most right that those the people those are the people who i've trained the longest is the average person who is just coming to me for an appointment because they otherwise wouldn't motivate themselves to do it without me and And i've made it a really concerted effort to educate those people as much as possible in the simplest not necessarily reductionist terms but the simplest terms that they can just understand. Because that that's the fun of it. Right is Is being able to take all this release sort of sci-fi stuff that you put into a petri dish you you You check one variable at a time and then decide that this is the thing that's gonna work right But but for the simplest terms that most people can understand is that the body is fully equipped to do everything. It's currently capable of from performance perspective. Right here right now. What we need to do is teach people to use it and realize that there's an athlete in all of us and life is a sport. That's what i tell my clients all the time when when you look at the way sports work you're sort of doing all these repeating patterns over and over and over again right there's certain skillset involved with With playing baseball with playing football with all these different sports. The same thing applies to your life as an individual person if you're If you're a lawyer right and you wake up in the morning you get into your car you drive to work. You spend your day in your office sitting at your chair. That in and of itself is a skill set..
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"palacios" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show
"The scotland hinge. Twist walk run sprint. Push poll and That's a lot of what you see being sort of preprogrammed especially in the football world when you have a string conditioning coach. Who's got a whole team of sixty seventy players. They've got to be able to program for what's best for everybody. But i found that. That wasn't what what i was doing. You know i was. I was working with individual clients on a daily basis in what really kicked the door open. There was i had had a a slew of clients for one reason. Or another Serendipity whatever whatever you wanna call it who had come to me with shoulder issues. New people who. I hadn't been training for a while And it was like rotator cuffs and frozen shoulders and all kinds of different shoulder issues. That just kind of all showed up within a pretty short period of time of each other so whenever got a new area to explore. I really really delved into it and i would try to learn as much as i could about your those specific issues and there's a million different issues that can show up but In this particular it was Developing better flexibility mobility and strength across the board through the shoulder girdle in the entire shoulder joint and at the time. I you know a lot of that. That line of learning for me was coming from a directly. Working with some orthopedic surgeons who i was dealing with and people who were in the in the orthopedic space and it was a lot of Do this not that the you can't do this you can't do that and then I presume it was the algorithm. Who i have to thank for bringing these guys to me because it was a guy named chris. Duffin the founder of kabuki strength. Definitely a person. I encourage everyone to go check out because he's done a tremendous tremendous work in the traditional strength conditioning. Space as well as the Alternative spaces working with lot different athletes using basically strength sports as the foundation for building on all. And you had this. Yeah this big huge muscular die superstrong guy and he was swinging this club around and it was a product called the shoulder rock and basically what it was was a modified Innovated version of what's known as an indian gotta club and that's what those all those different maces you see people swinging around and he was swinging it really all over the place and i'm over here going. You know my classical learning taught me to look at these movements and go okay. Well that's contraindicated and this is contraindicated and You really shouldn't do that. Because the rotator cuff and all these different things but then You know getting the opportunity to really watch these guys and study what they were doing with this shoulder. Rock product and then looking further and further into the data training. Going actually looks like it's really great. Dynamic functional rotational patterns for the shoulder and it wasn't just specifically isolating the shoulder. The way we classically do in In the physical therapy world and then going into like functional patterns for the shoulder just isolating it. It was really integrative from the ground up and that's something that those guys were big on early on that i saw was there humid ground interface. What's happening from the floor. Up to create the connecticut chain the kinetic energy required to move the object. That's in the hand right so it really came down to looking what was going on guys kris stephens feet and how he was chitchatting his weight and manipulating the momentum of the club in order to produce a pretty significant amount of force with pretty heavily weighted. Object i mean the bar the shoulder rocket self. I wanna say is about About twenty some odd pounds and he had another twenty pounds locked into it at the head so it was swinging this thing around pretty fast and pretty hard and i'm looking at this guy going. Well he looks a heck of a lot stronger than the physical therapist. Sentence orthopedic surgeons I'm working within. This is a guy who has at one point detached his hamstring from his bone and only just recently squatted a thousand pounds over thousand pounds for three repetitions. So maybe he's doing something right that we don't know about in the practical application space right. That's where i was at the time so that was really one of the areas that kicked it open for me and then Wack method was the other one right they are heavy. Heavy heavy on the rotational movement patterns That's a that's a gentleman named david. Weck who founded weck method and he was actually the inventor of the bow ball and I'm pretty sure. Almost everybody is familiar with the boats. Group I would imagine you're familiar with ball. Correct oh yeah absolutely. Yeah you know. I mean we've all seen it right the little the the dome shaped airfield ball plastic on one side nice and solid on one side and Unstable on the other side and really that was the one that moved me more the head. Space of okay. Now i need to not only explore these other methods but now start to find the tools surrounding those methods that enhance the process of learning. And help to take someone who really has almost zero mind body connection to start off with right. These are my young kid clients. who just they. They're just trying to get a handle on what their bodies capable And how do we use that tool to get them at least much better than they currently are and potentially up to even above average and elite level athletics and. That's what a lot of what i did early on. And i've found that the the work that david was doing with the basu ball went far. Beyond what i was seeing in the traditional fitness space. You know you think about. What do you think right balanced trainer to a couple little fun. Core exercises may be bounced around on it a little but what it was really designed for was to use the airfield dome as a compressive resistance that can Can be used to prime. It potentially central nervous system. And at the time i didn't know any of that. It was actually years years later. After that initial discovery. That i ended up going to To work method in san diego and learning directly from the team over there david and Increase chamber linen and alex penelas To learn the actual methods behind they integrated all of the different methods tools which include not only the bozo ball but their limit force elastic rotational movement club The pollster running training and and then the rope flow which is really fun as well but It goes much beyond just the sort of cool Do it for the graham type of stuff that you see in in my videos in everyone else's videos it's actually highly scientific and very very geometrical as well as Has deep roots in physics right understanding had manipulated momentum and force utilizing your groundforce Contact and and how to manipulate it from there right and that's really where it makes most spent the sense in the functional space and in sport application is how do you how do you control your body in relation to gravity right And that was what was really interesting for me is that i saw much more success with my clients in the orthopedic space right Physical therapy rehabilitative training prepped for surgery. Post surgery recovery is that people were getting far more out of This alternative methods than the traditional. Like okay you know. Put a rubber band in your hand. Do some election do some extension. do some internal rotation. That stuff was all really great for creating an initial awareness as a tool but it was really the integrative worked and that those sort of non traditional methods that i saw people had those real aha moments where it was like. Oh well. I'm much stronger in the second set of training In just in just in a few minutes. I am ben. I was when i first started many of you. Follow me no. I've spent most of my life searching for the healthiest foods on the planet. If you look hard enough there are a few unknown extrordinary foods around the world that people still don't know about and a few years ago i came across my favorite superfood discovery of all time for rookus nuts when i first tasted them. My eyes lit up the taste alone. Just absolutely blew me away. But after sending them to lab which i do and getting all the tests i realized there the healthiest nuts on the planet. Like no other nut even compares. They have like an unusually high amount of fiber and they're off the charts in super high antioxidants and have few calories than any other nut like. It's jam packed with micro nutrients. But they're not just good for you. They're really good for the planet. Most other nuts require millions of gallons of irrigated water but baraka trees require no artificial irrigation is are truly good for you. Good for the planet and good for the world community. It's a win all the way around. I really think you'll love them. So i'm giving all of my listeners. Fifteen percents off by going. To baruah's dot com backslash dan that's b. a. r. u. k. s. dot com backslash. Darren d. a. r. I and.
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"You're listening to the darnell lean show. I'm darren spent the last twenty years devoted to improving health protecting the environment and finding ways to live a more. Sustainable life in this podcast. I have honest conversations with people that inspire me. I hope that through their knowledge and unique perspectives. They'll inspire you to we talk about all kinds of topics from amping up your diets improving your wellbeing to the mindblowing stories behind the human experience and the people that are striving to save us and our incredible planet. We've investigate some of life's fatal conveniences. You know those things that we are told might be good for us. Totally aren't so. Here's to making better choices and the small tweaks in your life that amount to big changes for you and the people around you and the planet. Let's do this. This is my show the lean show everybody..
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Another winter storm will bring snow and ice from the South to the East Coast
"I'm Korova Coleman. The National Weather Service says another significant winter storm is bringing even more snow and ice to the south and east conditions or catastrophic in Texas, where millions of customers have gone days without electricity or heat. At times. Temperatures plunged to around zero Joey Palacios of Texas Public Radio says people began losing power as the first winter storm moved in on Sunday and into Monday. It was snowing in Texas, and that is really rare. Cold weather caused two things to happen. Power plants started to fail and second, the cold cause the demand for electricity to spike And that reduction in power, combined with the jump in demand caused the near collapse of the state's energy grid. Joey Palacios,
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"Here, Do you and party Chevrolet newsroom. I'm Terra Brolly. Advocates for immigrant workers are demanding not only ocean, but other federal agencies conduct an in depth investigation of the liquid nitrogen leak at foundation Food Group in Gainesville. Maria del Rosario Palacios says the fight to get justice for the six people who died and the others who were injured in last week's incident is personal for her. I used to be an undocumented worker in one of the facilities that is now part of foundation food groups. I am a daughter of prima Hey, Sabrina and a good friend to many of our impact of families in Gainesville, Pelosi s and other spent more than an hour, sharing their concerns in an online press conference. Among other demands. They want the workers who are out of a job. All the plant is closed to be paid by foundation foods. A child who was shot and making on Friday is now dead. Investigators say. Eight year old miracle Brantley was flown to an Atlanta hospital after the shooting at a home on Ballard. Dr. She passed away from her injury Sunday morning. There's been no word from the Big County Sheriff's office on what may have led to the shooting or if anyone has been charged. The CDC in Atlanta is requiring Americans to wear face masks on all public transportation. In an effort to contain the Corona virus. A new order issued late Friday requires face masks while on and getting on or off of planes, Busses, subways, trains, ferries and rideshare vehicles. CDCs rule goes beyond the executive order President Biden signed last week requiring face masks during interstate travel and on federal properties. There's more news on access Wdun. And now here's your access to Beauty when forecast mostly cloudy, breezy overnight around 30 Tuesday Sunshine Northwest winds gusting to 25 high 45 Clear 27 Tuesday night.
Casefile True Crime
The Yosemite Sightseer Murders
"In December nineteen, ninety-eight, Sylvana, Polo left her home city of Cordova Argentina banned for the United States. The, sixteen year old had inherited her mother's spirit for travel and had signed up to bay a Foreign Exchange Juden. For the next three months, Silvana would be living with the six member to family in the northern Californian port city, of Eureka. The pelos Os and sons were longtime friends through mother's Ricco and Cairo. The two women met in the seventies when Carol traveled to Argentina has an exchange student herself. Carol Ray visited the country used laid off with her two year old daughter Juliana better known as Julie. But this stage the Palacios had two daughters with Sylvana the younger of the Pan. Into Julie Juliane to a similar in age but opposite in personality. Sylvana was an introvert unlock Julie more outgoing. Despite that differences, the girls formed a lifelong friendship of their own. Silvino was Jud to return home from the US in light. March nineteen ninety nine. As she was very interested in American culture, the sons had endeavoured to give her a memorable experience of their homeland. They had taken Sylvana old across the state to visit landmarks such as Disneyland Tint Fisherman's wharf. The Grand Canyon in Arizona was next on the list as was Yosemite. National Park. It took Cairo son a month to meticulously planned the perfect to road trip to Yosemite. Carol schedule was typically fool with family work and other commitments. So she made the most of every minute of her vacations. They Yosemite troop revolved around one of Julie's leading competitions and would be taking place over four days that encompassed the long weekend. Only carroo Julie, and Sylvana would be going. It was set to bay a you naked fanshawe as winter had brought snow to the region. The trip began on Friday February twelve. Carol Julie and Seven A- flew to San Francisco. From there they ha- Attica, and of two hours northeast to Stockton. City was home to the University of the Pacific where Julie's cheerleading competition took place on Saturday February. Thirteen. Julie was impressed by the campus and considered enrolling their after graduating high school. She had ambitions to become either a chef for an architect while maintaining her. For Violin and piano. Julie Caroline Sylvana, organized to return to the university for a proper tool in three days time. From Stockton the trio drove to the small farming town of Moore said known as the gateway to Yosemite. They spent the nod at the Ramada Rin before continuing on to Yosemite National. Park on the Sunday. Selena was particularly excited to see Yosemite granite cliffs waterfalls, lakes, meadows, and mountains. Shay was inactive person by nature who enjoyed our skating skiing and roller skating. She'll say loved the outdoors and hoped to study in the environmental field in the future. Carol. Julie and Venus spent death first day at Yosemite exploring pod of the pox seven hundred and fifty thousand acres of. Rugged. Wilderness. Before and they drove through the dense and far raging forests along highway one forty to the nearby town of. El Porto. There they checked in at the Saito Lodge. An affordable hotel on the banks of the mess said reveal. On the evening of Monday February fifteen, yen sund received a phone call from his wife Carol. Shea. Happily spoke of her time away with the Julie and Silvy Narine Yosemite. They had spent the previous two days exploring the park and was settling in for their phone or gnawed at the hotel.
Money For the Rest of Us
Income Share Agreements - Good For Students or Investors?
"Welcome money for the rest of us. This is a personal finance show on money how it works, how to invest it and how to live without worrying about it. We host David Stein today's episode three seven. It's titled Income Share Agreements. Good for students. Or. Investors. Over five years ago and upset forty-five of money for the rest of us. I introduced income share agreement as a way to partially fund college. An income share agreement is a contract where individuals agree to pay a certain percentage of their income for a set period of time in exchange for an upfront payment that is usually used to pay for education cost but can be used for other things. For example, a line income share funding says that you can get an essay for home repairs, debt consolidation, paying a medical bill or even planning your wedding. Not sure I would do it income share agreement for most of those things. They are traditionally us to invest in what is known as human capital, our ability to earn money by getting more. Education. Another name for income share agreements is human capital contracts. Income share agreements were first proposed by the economist Milton Freeman in a nineteen, fifty, five essay titled The Role of Government in education. He wrote vocational or professional education is a form of investment in human capital precisely analogous to investment in machinery buildings are forms, of non human capital. Its function is to raise economic productivity of the human being. If it does. So the individual is rewarded in a free enterprise society by receiving a higher return for his services than he would. Be Able to command. We discussed this concept summit upset to forty five is college worth it. And determined, there is a positive financial return in investing in human capital. By attending college, you can earn more, you build your social capital, your network you gain knowledge. Having a college degree allows you to pass filters that many companies put in place with their hiring practice in that, they only hire individuals with college degrees. Freeman continued. If a fixed money loan is made to finance investment in physical capital, the lender can get some security for his loan in the form of a mortgage or a residual claim to the physical asset itself, and he can count on realizing at least part of its investment in case of necessity by selling the physical asset. In other words, the lender has some collateral that could be sold in the case of default. But Freeman a problem if the loan is made to invest in human capital. He writes the lender clearly cannot get any comparable security in a non slave state the individual embodying the investment cannot be bought and sold. Freeman then pointed out that because there isn't collateral that the interest rate charged on student loan would have to be sufficiently high to compensate for the capital loss because there wouldn't be collateral and that the interest rate would have to be so high making the loans unattractive to borrowers. Now. A solution was found. Federal guaranteed student loans. The total US Student Loan Dad. Private and federal is one point six, four, trillion dollars. Only a hundred and twenty, four, billion of that one point six trillion is private. The average federal student loan debt balance is thirty, five, thousand dollars and the default rate is high. Eleven point one percent. It's particularly challenging for individuals that have taken on a lot of student loan debt to pay off. A Brookings Institution study from two thousand eighteen found that the median borrower who had less than fifty thousand dollars in student loan debt in the early two thousands paid off the debt within ten years. While the median borrower, they had more than fifty thousand dollars in student loan debt ten years later still owed about seventy, five percent and most of the students falling behind on their student loan debt are those that have a balanced greater than fifty thousand dollars. Friedman's proposed solution income share agreements. They weren't necessarily called that, but he said that. A contract could be structure where an investor would buy a share in an individual's earnings prospects. To advance him, the funds needed to finance his training on condition that he agreed to pay the lender a specified fraction of his future earnings. In this way Friedman wrote, a lender would get back more than his initial investment from relatively successful individuals which would compensate for the failure to recoup his original investment from the unsuccessful. There seems no legal obstacle to private contracts of this kind even though they are economically equivalent to the purchase of a share in an individual's earning capacity and thus to partial slavery. These. Agreements have been criticized perhaps not slavery, but certainly indentured servitude. Although Miguel Palacios yet us in his book investing in Human Capital felt that the analogy to slavery or indentured servitude was incorrect because the students retain the full freedom of action they're not forced to stay in a given job or even a work in the field in which they trained in. So they have the ability to to work anywhere they want.
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Browns Dismiss GM John Dorsey Days After Firing Head Coach Freddie Kitchens
"Let's get to it Sadly adly mark we gotta start with the browns. How did we get back here? We're back we're back to the bounds being the browns. They have fired yet. Another general manager her Cleveland parted ways with John Dorsey. After two years on the helm the team announced made that move official after it was reported in multiple places. The decision to move on from Dorsey comes just two days after the Brian Brown's fired head coach Freddie Kitchens at the conclusion of the regular season Dorsey had a meeting with. Jimmy has them the team owner earlier. Tuesday the two sides according to Tom Palacio We're talking about possible. Structural changes that would curb Dorsey authorities GM but when the two sides can come to an agreement it was over mark Feels like Cleveland. Even though the better roster is back to square one in terms of dysfunction and just in general question marks about the present and the future and I can't and even begin to understand how you must feel the frustration of well. I'm of two minds because the first is they're just more proof that the browns the constant mode is sort of developing farce. I mean whatever whenever you think that they've turned a corner. They're actually just going in a circle back to where they were before for. And there are a lot of disturbing reports and whispers coming out of Cleveland that the ownership and we know this is not not shocking. Can you think about it. But the but they continue to be very impatient with all their decisions and the people they hire and so the question now and I think that the I've never seen the fan base this deflated because of where they were a year ago at this time. Or let's say seven months ago to now but because it just doesn't seem to matter to most people who they hire and it's too it's too de energizing using to get excited about fill in the blank coach and the from the other side though I will say this had they kept John Dorsey. It would've narrowed the candidate list of who was gonNA come and work with that next team by a lot so I think if you're going to keep doing this but do you agree with that. Dorsey wasn't the guy to be leading the charge. Because everyone seems it to be an agreement that he was a guy that came in the obviously inherited. Sasha's bountiful gifts and had some hits has mrs but had some big hits to me it all feels a little premature to take him out of the equation but this organization has done. There wasn't a straight firing right. They just say couldn't get different visions on how they saw the football operation going full hundred percent. I think they wanted to keep them and they talked about how much they liked him. But John Dorsey is probably very prideful and not going to take what is it what is when you're changing title it also demotion what else is it and the thing is he he. It's hit. It was his decision number one to go with Freddie Kitchens and they they ignored Paul does recommendations of Kevin Stefanski DEEPA. Desta also wanted. Sean McDermott in the past. So I think what they were saying. Was We kind of trust. Paul Podesta's voice in in this at this time around and that's not something that again. It's kitchens fall. It's a soup of Dursey for hiring kitchens more recently. Stunning fall though we were at the owners meetings and at that point John Dorsey was the toast of the NFL. I read them in the top five of my GM rankings. no-one no-one said Oh that's that's too high. I mean like it was very recent who is five. Oh who's right behind him. Thomas demetre was five. Kevin Colbert over three but It is amazing how much talent he acquired in a short time and he's gone but I think they've gotten it wrong so many times of not having the GM and the coach align that act. I do like I like I think that needs to be on the same page. Yes at every time. So I'm fine with it. It's deflating to the point of heartbreak for for Browns fans that last year at this time this job was seen as one of the most coveted in the league with a young talented nucleus. And you're finally going to bring the winter to Cleveland and now it's senior reading reading stories that executives say that's the one place I would not go and you're right back to where you were if some of these coaching tree scenarios were cal Shanahan and has a number of people interviewing with the browns. He was there he's he. He demanded his way out of the building. You got you know the bill. BELICHICK's of the world are going to be telling these guys be careful because yes. It's great for you to go on and get a head coaching job. But the DNA here is that you won't be there. Four hundred as has made it clear in his press conference Thursday that the coach would be part of hiring the GM which sounds weird. But I know that's fine but it means that the coaches ultimately the GM's boss Asif you get hyper and that's fine as long as it's defined ahead of time if that helps them get mcdaniels fancier whoever it is that they want in the door. That's fine it it just makes makes it clear that it's the coach. That's in charge and function and dysfunction always starts at the top and sports and since the has them's joined there on their fifth took over team. They're on their fifth coaching search and seven years and John Dorsey is the fifth different person or group heading up the football operation in that same seven seven year that has to be unprecedented. I mean there are at least just third that work in at least the third that only had one year really which is why
Kushner urges absent Palestinians to support economic plan
"The weekend jared kirschner the senior adviser the president has announced formerly his peace prosperity this is the economic plan a new vision for the palestinian people this is phase one of a multi prong approach to isreaeli palestinian peace now let me tell you something i've been working in this region for thirty years we have an office in jerusalem the fact could be hearing from david benjamin one of our senior council in our office in jerusalem later in the broadcast but i've been working in this region for a long time and about ten years ago i had the honour of sitting down with shimon peres who was in the president of israel for a lengthy discussion at his residence about peace between the israelis and palestinians and he mentioned then in great detail the economic impact water food medicine you're looking at a fifty billion dollar increase or fifty billion dollar investment over a ten year period into the palestinian areas that would be gaza and the p the palestinian west bank we call the west bank to revitalize the economy revitalize healthcare revitalize education Revitalize. economic development put in place safeguards for the rule of law for contract rights a prosperous economy will do the most to eliminate terrorism a people that are healthy tend to not send their children to kill other people's children it that simple now initially mock mood abbasi said he would not meet and then about an hour later i'm reading you the headline of boss as we are ready to return to the negotiating table then the reason they're ready ready to return to the negotiating table is they have to when you're looking at a fifty billion dollar investment coming from a variety of sources including neighbors jordan egypt saudi arabia that impact alone is very very significant yet those three countries alone that jared kushner bitch jordan egypt and lebanon were not going to let mock buddha boss mess this up for them miss this opportunity for them they are much more powerful that he overseas sliver of territory they oversee nations like lebanon egypt and jordan and with this total play that will be announced and presented tomorrow in bahrain the fact that the u._s. and the trump administration which is very pro israel i want i just want to underscore this recognized the first president to recognize jerusalem is the capital of israel this weeks ago recognized the golan heights as part of the jewish state of israel is able to gather together through through the backing of the gulf states they've got plenty of money and we'll make some of these investments egypt and jordan and lebanon to put the pressure of the palestinians to get back to the goshi table for money that will never get into the pockets of makalu boss these are business loads again it investments this is not a government to government great it's not like the u._s. is going to be taking your taxpayer dollars giving fifty billion dollars over to the palestinian authority that needs to be made clear these people that would be applying for loads for infrastructure and peace and peace is ultimately what all israelis even the most hawkish railly's see with the palestinians they've got bigger issues they've got iran to deal with they've got hezballah to deal with at hamada's to deal with the they don't need to be dealing more with the west baked palacios authority there should be peace there at econ economic growth access to good hospitals
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Mexico, US And Trump discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day
"Mexico has forty five days to show, the Trump administration. It can stop thousands of migrants and asylum seekers from reaching the US border. Mexican authorities say they are deploying the new national guard as well as helicopters to crack down on a legal border crossings, but Mexican migration agents say they are overworked and understaffed from top Chula near the Guatemala border James Frederick reports in downtown Tampa Chula, the office of Mexico's refugee agency is mostly for filing paperwork. In interviewing people fleeing persecution in recent days. It's different the streets around the office have turned into a makeshift refugee camp. A line of asylum seekers stretches around two blocks. I meet Rosati Elliott Alassio from El Salvador here. She sitting on a sheet of cardboard, she's been sleeping on the fifty. I. Fail. Mcdowell Lethem Barrowman suffering. She says I've been on the street for a month. We were sleeping in the park, but migration came and started arresting people, so Rossana and other family, including three young children or sleeping outside the refugee office, while they wait the agency is overwhelmed. Nationally, it has just forty eight staff members but expects the received sixty thousand asylum claims this year and the new government cut its budget to just one point two million dollars agencies lowest in seven years Sullivan, LA crews from the Freimuth. Yes. Human rights center here said over Skype that a few NGOs, and churches are the only source of support for people like Palacios unbelievable. You don't see the article those, he says the Mexican government on all levels completely lacks humanitarian resources and ignores their responsibility to these people since striking a deal with US authorities last week, president under baseman where Lopez over or has referred to the bible is his guide to treating migrants game. I looked on gay, he said in a press conference Wednesday he mistreats the foreigner, the migrant, especially when they do it out of necessity is not acting with humanity but stopping migrants is the key to satisfying President Trump's demands and Mexico's migration agency already look stretched them here on the southern border. At a migration checkpoint on a highway just north of Tapachula one agent told me he's overworked. Wasn't authorized to speak on the record, but he told me his job is desk based, but for the last seven months, he's been on the road traveling constantly as a field agent, both on Mexico's northern and southern borders. Mexico's migration agency did not respond to questions or multiple interview requests from NPR at the local immigrant detention center. It's a similarly hectic scene like at the refugee agency. Here in a in a forty three year old mother of five from El Salvador. She's had a harrowing journey since fleeing an abusive husband two years ago, including one deportation for the US and another for Mexico now. Or eighteen year old son who fled gang violence last year has been locked up here after being stopped at a checkpoint, and she's worried. He'll be deported. Up a mile Jeffey, as she says she's been to the human rights office, the refugee office and UN refugee agency, but no one's been able to help get her son out the detention center has a capacity for nine hundred people, but often holds more than double that Mendosa other son twenty year old Hort. Hey was also locked up here. Once and says, conditions inside or horrible. The only Bill. He says, they punish people inside. It's really nasty and dirty where they keep us. And there's a tiny solitary confinement, room, that kept me there, three days in total darkness salvage crews from the human rights group has access to this detention center and says, problems run even deeper. The, the they got on what he says migrants. Don't have rights in there. They have no access to information, or legal representation without some major changes and fast many say, Mexico's president won't be able to fulfil his promises to Trump or to migrants
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Shutdown cancels MLK day of service programs in some national parks
"Since nineteen Ninety-four. In fact, it's the only federal holiday to be designated that way this year, speaking of national parks cleanup and planting events in parks, ranging from Washington DC to San Francisco to Texas had to be cancelled because of the government shutdown park service officials in southeastern Texas said they're trying to figure out what to do with fifteen thousand trees that were supposed to be planted in the three million acre big thicket, national preserve the park service canceled its annual big thicket longleaf pine planting event for the first time in nine years. And that's it for us. This Monday our daily production team includes Brigitte Wagner Maria Holland horse. Sean mckenry daisy Palacios in shin. Our special projects desk includes Tommy Andres and Elisa mills, an IM. Molly would Cairo's doll. We'll be back tomorrow. This is APN.
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Details emerge about Border Patrol agent accused of killing 4 women in Texas
"Are rising and rain continues to fall in parts of North Carolina. Some residents are returning home from member station w. UNC Jeff Tiberius reports from the town of Manav flood warnings and tornado watches, remain in effect for many counties here as there are still hundreds of thousands of people without power and the town of mount olive about an hour and a half north west of Wilmington. The rain has relented Ryan fields just returned home after evacuating to a friend's house with his wife and eighteen month old son. He actually did pretty good. We did lose power her house for about twenty four hours and he did okay, even entertain themselves. But the
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"A behind the scenes look as well at how the trump camp was worried about the fallout from the meeting once news of it broke in the summer of two thousand seventeen ryan lucas npr news washington the president's nominee for cia director's close to being confirmed by the us senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says gina hassle is the ideal choice to head the spy agency at this time the right woman at the right time or nomination has support from national security leaders and senators in both parties there's no reason why her confirmation should be delayed and i look forward to advancing it expeditiously following the committee's action has recently told congress at she would not restart the harsh interrogation tactics for which the cia came under fire after nine eleven last week she said she does not believe torture works her critics are sceptical about her accusing hassle of telling the panel whatever it wants to hear in order to secure a confirmation this is npr news the trump administration is considering using military bases to house immigrant children who are picked up at the us border alone or after they're separated from their parents by the us government the department of health and human services overseas roughly hundred shelters in fourteen states for children caught trying to cross into the us illegally michigan state university is agreeing to a five hundred million dollar settlement with more than three hundred women and girls who were sexually abused by former msu and olympic sports dr larry nassar nassar has been sentenced to a time life behind bars a day after facing legal action from multiple states opioid manufacturers face one more lawsuit this one's from a county in texas joy palacios of texas public radio says bear county which includes san antonio is suing several companies in response to hundreds of deaths from misuse of the drugs belong suit claims damages from nearly twice.
Court To Hear Case Accusing Maine Governor Of Blackmail
"The case for more classroom supplies we want our students have the materials in the supplies to be competitive with the surrounding states and we do not have the money to do that damer says she appreciates the race she got her school still needs increased funds for new books technology and additional staff to reduce class sizes funding for oklahoma schools has been cut by nearly two hundred million dollars over the past decade and educators say they want to see a portion of that funding restored this year for npr news i'm emily one learn in oklahoma city a lawsuit accusing maine's governor of blackmail and abuse of power goes before a federal appeals court in boston today republican governor paul page is being sued by the states former house speaker democrat mark eves the suit accuses the governor of overstepping his authority when he threatened to withhold state funding to a charter school if it did not rescind a job offer to use the governor's lawyers have said lepage fell eves was not qualified for the job for the second time in three years villanova's men's basketball team is nc double a division one national champions last night the wildcats beat michigan seventy nine sixty two joey palacios with texas public radio says villanova pulled away in the second half michigan held a seven point lead for part of the first half but it fell apart after villanova's sinks several three point shots michigan ford moritz wagner played aggressively gaining most of that early lead but at a post game press conference he said villanova adjusted you gotta give them a lot of credit they're really good team defensively yeah they play like dead it's really hard to beat them michigan head coach john beeline had high praise or villanova coach jay wright and the team that team right there could win a lot of final four is not just the two thousand eighteen won the wolverines can still hold their heads high michigan ends their season with a thirty three and eight record that's the most in the school's history for npr news i'm joey palacios in san antonio they'll try again today to play the.
Deadly SUV cliff crash may have been intentional, California officials say
"The new york conversation from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the california highway patrol says the crash of an suv office scenic cliff had mendocino county may have been intentional the vehicle plunged one hundred feet onto rocks below investigators say the vehicle went over the cliff at a high rate of speed after the driver stopped at a flat pull off area and there were no skid marks five members of one family were killed captain greg bart's with the state highway patrol says three children are presumed dead under the assumption at this point onto hannah mci we're in a vehicle but we don't have one hundred percent information to suggest media reports say thirties had been investigating the parents for potential child neglect tonight in san antonio it'll be villanova and michigan competing in the nc double a division one men's college basketball championship game joey palacios with texas public radio said villanova is seeking its second national title in three years villanova has been a heavy hitter this tournament with offensive games leading dominating victories while michigan had more of a defensive methods striking when the moment is right the matchup could have been a bracket buster for some the last time michigan and villanova met in the nc double a was in nineteen eighty five during the second round notre dame's women's basketball team celebrating a division one national championship after beating mississippi state last night sixty one fifty eight i'm dave mattingly in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york a hudson valley republican county executive is officially kicking off his campaign for new york governor today dutchess county executive mark molinaro will announce his run later this morning in his hometown of tivoli he'll be making a second stop.
New details emerge about EPA chief's rental of condo linked to lobbyist
"Demanding proof it isn't for npr news i'm larry miller in london there are new questions swirling around epa chief scott pruitt's choice of accommodations npr's amy held reports that president trump's top environmental official stayed in washington dc condo linked to a fossil fuel lobbyist scott pruitt paid fifty dollars a night to rent two bedroom in a building co owned by the wife of a top lobbyist whose firm represents energy clients and has reportedly lobbied the epa abc news first reported on the arrangement and says other apartments in the capitol hill building went for as much as five thousand dollars a month the pa says pruitt was able to pay just for the nights he stayed and spent about six thousand dollars over a six month period last year according to the epa pruitt paid market value and no federal ethics rules were broken it comes after congress questioned first class travel pruitt has taken at taxpayers expense under pressure pruitt said earlier this month he would stick to flying coach aime held npr news washington a group of teenagers on saturday launched a fifty mile walk from northern mississippi to memphis tennessee a tribute to slain civil rights leader martin luther king junior on the fiftieth anniversary of his assassination escorted by police cars and support vans the group began their march in dundy this is n npr news villanova bested kansas and the second game of the ncwa men's basketball semifinals saturday night villanova will be facing michigan in the national championship game in san antonio joy palacios of texas public radio reports the final score was villanova ninetyfive kansas seventy nine that's the sound of nova nation celebrating their team's win over the kansas jayhawks villanova hadn't electrifying start to the first half and maintained a double digit lead over kansas throughout the entire game thanks to a series of three point shots villanova fifty five percent of its field goals over kansas is forty five percent villanova head coach jay writes says sometimes you.
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Uncertainty rattles White House as Trump mulls further shake-up
"Kabc news live and local at three o'clock i'm john wolf local high school students stood up and walked out of class today demanding gun reform a month after seventeen were killed during a florida school shooting there was a boy in your life were you know that was not that was not what we wanted to move fifteenyearold jillian palacios and her classmates marched with students who are in florida via skype that was incredible being able to communicate with students that are just like us and being able to hear their perspective on what it is due to ensure our safety she says they talked about gun reform and other social issues james rojas kabc news as expected it sounds as though toys r us will soon be toys were at least in america it's the wall street journal is reporting all us stores are now expected to be under the knife eliminating some thirty three thousand jobs except those who get golden parachutes with one executive saying they're putting for sale signs sale signs on everything the white house declined to comment wednesday today on reports of an impending administration shakeup saying only that when trump decides to make changes announced them at the time correspondent caitlyn collins is the white house staff is feeling uneasy about all of the changes in an uneasy atmosphere in the west wing my sources tell me they say that they feel uncertain of what's going to happen next with this string of departures and firings that we've seen over the last few weeks in the trump white house staffer said that they feel that they're left in the dark and they don't know who's going to be fired next or who will be walked off the white house grounds tomorrow the california family found that seven baseball cards were millions were back on the eighth correspondent john stolnis has more family who.