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Matt Palumbo: Soros Is Conflating Violent & Non-Violent Crime Trends

The Dan Bongino Show

01:26 min | Last month

Matt Palumbo: Soros Is Conflating Violent & Non-Violent Crime Trends

Matt Palumbo: We're Seeing the Blowback Against George Soros

The Dan Bongino Show

01:22 min | Last month

Matt Palumbo: We're Seeing the Blowback Against George Soros

Matt Palumbo Recalls Survey Where Prisoners Leaned Democrat

The Dan Bongino Show

00:53 sec | Last month

Matt Palumbo Recalls Survey Where Prisoners Leaned Democrat

Matt Palumbo: Place a Crime Map Over the 2020 Electoral Map

The Dan Bongino Show

01:19 min | Last month

Matt Palumbo: Place a Crime Map Over the 2020 Electoral Map

Matt Palumbo Previews New Book About the Left's 'Fact Checkers'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | Last month

Matt Palumbo Previews New Book About the Left's 'Fact Checkers'

Matt Palumbo: Fact Checkers Use Different Standards, Based on the Source

The Dan Bongino Show

01:22 min | Last month

Matt Palumbo: Fact Checkers Use Different Standards, Based on the Source

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01:34 min | 6 months ago

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"You know when it comes to Soros I find it ironic that when you write a book like you did backed up thoroughly resource with facts and footnotes That the left in order to get you to stop talking about one of their big donors will claim ridiculous absurdities like oh it's anti semitism which is hilariously stupid on its face Especially when it comes to me and you people who have actively supported I mean it's just a joke But it's really strange If you happen to be a conservative who happens to be black you're also a racist right away So you can't win the argument You are a minority group and you're a conservative You're definitely a racist Yet if you're a conservative regardless of what you've done historically to back minorities speaking about any liberal you are definitely an anti semite It's a lose lose isn't it Pretty much It is hilarious that I mean for the past I know 20 years preceding the past 5 the last was very vocal about getting money out of politics And I think in the most recent elections I go they realize that the primary beneficiaries of it I mean I remember when put together a chart and it was just showing like the hundred most influential organizations in America which was like the NYPD we were various colleges There are big corporations And I think all but two older nations went to Democrats I think the NYPD and some other law enforcement agency were the only marginally right wing major institutions in the country So you know they are the beneficiaries of billionaire money We really only like a Sheldon adelson On our side who was also Jewish yet no one really called an anti semitic to criticize him So no I mean these people ultimately don't really believe anything when they're throwing these claims out

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Matt Palumbo: The Left Are Primary Beneficiaries of Corporate Money

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 6 months ago

Matt Palumbo: The Left Are Primary Beneficiaries of Corporate Money

"You know when it comes to Soros I find it ironic that when you write a book like you did backed up thoroughly resource with facts and footnotes That the left in order to get you to stop talking about one of their big donors will claim ridiculous absurdities like oh it's anti semitism which is hilariously stupid on its face Especially when it comes to me and you people who have actively supported I mean it's just a joke But it's really strange If you happen to be a conservative who happens to be black you're also a racist right away So you can't win the argument You are a minority group and you're a conservative You're definitely a racist Yet if you're a conservative regardless of what you've done historically to back minorities speaking about any liberal you are definitely an anti semite It's a lose lose isn't it Pretty much It is hilarious that I mean for the past I know 20 years preceding the past 5 the last was very vocal about getting money out of politics And I think in the most recent elections I go they realize that the primary beneficiaries of it I mean I remember when put together a chart and it was just showing like the hundred most influential organizations in America which was like the NYPD we were various colleges There are big corporations And I think all but two older nations went to Democrats I think the NYPD and some other law enforcement agency were the only marginally right wing major institutions in the country So you know they are the beneficiaries of billionaire money We really only like a Sheldon adelson On our side who was also Jewish yet no one really called an anti semitic to criticize him So no I mean these people ultimately don't really believe anything when they're throwing these claims out

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Matt Palumbo: The Left Is Getting Mixed on George Soros' Failing DAs

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 6 months ago

Matt Palumbo: The Left Is Getting Mixed on George Soros' Failing DAs

"Matt George Soros and his groups their funding of far left wing DAs who have failed to prosecute crimes which has led to a dramatic uptick in very serious criminality throughout major American cities ironically dominated by liberal politics There's been a lot of backlash to that Matter of fact just today I saw that the recall for George gascon the awful district attorney out in Los Angeles when we're on a KBC out there Seems to be steaming along Steaming I just saw another poll chase about and from San Francisco we're on there as well San Francisco is 61% of some people support a recall effort for chase about These are George Soros and George Soros type DAs There's been a pretty significant backlash to that If you've seen him you know dial it back or dial back his support of him and his group So these left wing nuts So I don't get him personally dialed back with a less just sort of their messaging is getting mixed So we solved his sake get up there I mean this must have been some time last year trying to argue actually it's Republicans who are forward defining the police which no one really bought Now a number of cities that did this on the police you need like a serial number so have restored funding partially but not fully And what I thought was the most interesting about the ones who were sort of funding is they did it quietly So there was these quotes that fund the police They did it I guess no one was popular but also were popular at least in there In the context of where they live But somehow knew the consequences and really the consequences are worth fighting but don't want the publicity of them actually doing the right thing It's just a very weird thing where they're kind of basically advertising they're doing policy big kind of like off Twitter or based on what they think the optics in the left are but not what's actually a good policy And we saw what happened in these cities were in most of them the crime rate including murder more than doubled So it's clearly disaster We kind of had our national experiment with that And only a liberal would be able to do it again I guess Early progressive day

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Matt Palumbo: Why Is George Soros Speaking Against China?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 6 months ago

Matt Palumbo: Why Is George Soros Speaking Against China?

"Now lately there's been a very strategic turn by Soros Soros has been writing I know you picked up on it I've seen your writing on it We obviously worked together He's been writing and attacking China and Chinese communist policies collectivism and that kind of thing which is kind of strange because the candidates George Soros tends to back the chase a Buddhist the left wing DAs here the Joe Biden far left types all practice the same type of kind of soft collectivism the Chinese Communist Party some hard collectivism is practicing right now What do you think is what's the motivation behind that What's he up to So I guess no pun intended you follow the money So you have to wonder you know the question I was asked is like why now of all times And you look into what G is doing So he for instance crackdown and Alibaba which is sort of like China's version of Amazon.com Well what do you know a very large chunk of Alibaba is owned by George Soros There was another company that went public a few months ago called didi which is sort of like China's version of Uber and Soros owned a very large chunk of that They cracked down on the company immediately after they went public I think it's down 90 or so percent What do you know Soros is upset about that because he's invested in it So all these I think it was maybe two or so other games that I say went to where it's not in Seoul China went after companies that Soros was personally invested in that he pretended to care So unless it affects him personally he's pretty much fine with it I don't see much of the Uighurs or anything like that So

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Matt Palumbo Exposes Anti-Corruption Action Center in New Book

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 6 months ago

Matt Palumbo Exposes Anti-Corruption Action Center in New Book

"Man one of the things I know you get into into the book is a group I've been very suspicious of for a long time that's anti C you know anti corruption group Daria kalanick in them I see a lot of these people on TV now understandably concerned about their Ukrainian understandably concerned about what's going on in their country But we can have a serious discussion without recognizing that some of these same people who are now on TV talking about this were the same people involved in the impeachment hoax against Donald Trump who were working in this anti C group which was funded A lot of it by Soros affiliated groups Yeah with all the sora's groups they say they're like ironically named They're almost trolling us with a name by calling it anti corruption Just to give some background they've collaborated with American agencies and FBI the State Department and the CIA one of the things that your audience will find the most interesting though is during the whole Victor shoken burisma probe which as we all know Joe Biden instead of getting fired by Petro Poroshenko anti C was actually on the same size saying that choking needed to step down after that happens that long after on the prosecutor's office looks into ant AC for alleged misuse of funds and then our ambassadors in Ukraine intervened in nowhere and say actually there's really nothing to be seen here One of them is a guy named George Kent who's later cited in the impeachment hearings And this sort of brings me to another source back group called the organized crime and corruption reporting project Also ironically names It's another Soros back group Also cited about four times in the impeachment referral So that's two Soros that groups in the same impeachment who referral but working with our ambassadors who are working with obviously our government by definition So just a lot of links that are impossible to ignore really

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Matt Palumbo Explains George Soros' Influence Over Ukraine

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | 6 months ago

Matt Palumbo Explains George Soros' Influence Over Ukraine

"Yeah that's funny you say that because Matt's right that's exactly how this started I'm one of the publishers on Matt's book Most of you know that I've told you that when I had him on before about the book But there is a deep tie with George Soros and a lot just George sores but a lot of left wing groups who used Ukraine as a piggy bank Matt for years Now that doesn't absolve Vladimir Putin of any of the terroristic axes can engage in right now I believe in Ukraine But we do deserve an honest history of what happened What's George Soros influence there in Ukraine Is he influential in Ukraine How so what's he up to over there Yeah so are you arguing the book He is arguably more influenced there than any other country A lot of his early involvement in politics was in these post Soviet countries where some of pro business liberals will try to spin it and say he was trying to help spread capitalism but in reality he was just trying to take advantage of the transition You know mainly there was all these state assets that has to be a privatized and he wanted to buy them up for pennies on the dollar And he got influenced or physician himself very early in Ukraine was doing this kind of thing spreading NGOs there trying to help them be stronger against eventual Russian threat At the same time he was also working with Russia So he very commonly plays both sides but his influencing Ukraine isn't really even hidden He spent close to $200 million there since the 90s And this is all obviously publicly documented The Ukrainian newspaper that every year does sort of like their own times 100 list and they put Soros in second place behind the president and ahead of the prime minister

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Matt Palumbo Explains the Bias of George Soros-Backed 'Fact Checkers'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:14 min | 8 months ago

Matt Palumbo Explains the Bias of George Soros-Backed 'Fact Checkers'

"It was talking about the Soros network relationship to the pointer institute pierrot dier and all these others So this is their new thing to Soros on the left wing right So called fact checkers who has Facebook indicated in a legal filing are really just opinion checkers One of them and it's as if they're trolling us with the name the latest one he created called good information incorporated It has to be they have to be clowning on us knowing we're reacting to it But yeah and you can just look at who the fact checkers choose the fact check and the type of claims so even the ones that fact check Republicans or even fact check Democrats like the fact check a statement that is probably true Well when it's a Republican they're more likely to have been more controversial to make it more likely it appears as more negative fact checks of Republicans And we've seen even employ PolitiFact We'll fact check a decimal point That's actively So it is a rigged system And there's been I mean I was joking to you I could probably do a book on fast checking fact checkers So I actually went through all the writing I've done on your site in that theme And I think it's like I got 30,000 words just on that And that's just what

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Matt Palumbo Links George Soros to Biden Admin in 'Man Behind the Curtain'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 8 months ago

Matt Palumbo Links George Soros to Biden Admin in 'Man Behind the Curtain'

"Matt what about the Biden administration Any connections between Soros and members of the Biden administration now Yeah and so the criteria I use for like when I say someone who Soros length is they have to have served on a board of someone like a source facts organization So there's more of a direct link to source I don't want it to be like a friend of a friend of a friend who knows Right right right You're doing actual reporting unlike the meeting Correct Correct So in the transition Biden's transition team there was about two dozen or so a little less than that a Soros links people within the administration near a tanden and Ron klain whose job seems to just be like tweeting about it all day They're both Soros links The strongest is actually Antony Blinken Now blinken's parents are both friends of Soros who have been photographed with him if you go in the open society foundation which is sources group You look at their annual reports both their names are listed in their high and the hierarchy within the organization There's actually a library at a creative university in Europe that's named after them So blankets family is tied to Soros And one of the first things blinken did after taking office was he passed sanctions against this guy named Sally barisha who was the former president and prime minister of Ukraine And guess what Boris is a very outspoken critic of George Soros Now the claims are the justification for the sanctions was all these allegations that a corruption I went back ten years that apparently Obama didn't notice But you look at the source material it's a group called the east west management institute which guess what Was cofounded by George Soros So that's either the biggest coincidence in the world or source of interest

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Matt Palumbo Ties George Soros Network Influencing Ukraine, Trump Impeachment in Latest Book

The Dan Bongino Show

01:08 min | 8 months ago

Matt Palumbo Ties George Soros Network Influencing Ukraine, Trump Impeachment in Latest Book

"Because it's clear in my book I did a lot of homework on this but you kind of expound on it how it appears that the Soros network was working with the Obama administration and with a wink and a nod going after Soros own business partners and applying it was all done for like open society or whatever you know Yeah it's easy to give a very brief summary of that There's all these anti corruption and like most things that source is invested in our ironically titles So a quote unquote anti corruption organization is a source played a role And if you look at the footnotes for the whistleblower complaint and it's very specific to a lot of turned out to be bogus claims about Ruth Giuliani that we're excited that we're actually all linked to one of those Soros organizations And that's just part of it It's obviously a much more expensive chapter than that But yeah there's a lot of and actually even when we get spygate when everyone was talking about Russia there was a political article and there were the only ones talking about it I think the headline was Ukrainian efforts to sabotage Trump backfire Right Now the left wants to make that article go away Yeah Yeah that was 2016 I did not stop

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Matt Palumbo Previews Latest Book 'Man Behind the Curtain' on George Soros

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 8 months ago

Matt Palumbo Previews Latest Book 'Man Behind the Curtain' on George Soros

"It's interesting Matt You know on the right remember the whole controversy years ago of fake contrail The Koch brothers So George Soros who happens to be a leftist who's been involved in the business world He gives a lot of money to causes and a lot of these causes are of the public interest So Soros is therefore of the public interest So let's get right to the book first What do you think the most important part of the book here Tell me what it covers and what do you think the most important part of the book is given today's current political landscape and all the failures of the left during the Biden administration early on Yeah so just kind of runs through the table of contents really quick to give an overview I start with sort of a biographical sketch of Soros and just kind of his history and who he is as a human being One of the oddest things about him and perhaps the only redeeming factor can call it that is that he is a very open league and egomaniac is very open about what his goals are and sort of just come short of saying that his goal really is influence for the sake of influence Now after that and also in that chapter two I cover that infamous 60 minutes sketch where he talks about collaborating with the Nazis in Hungary and it's one of those few things he's admitted that he's tried to walk back on in the media and start to claim his out of context And I dive into the whole interview I actually found sources on father wrote about that exact incident and a completely contradict with his son says in this event So I got a lot in there on that but it's kind of juicy And move on after that and sort of a seam of his shaft there is a different sphere of influence that is influenced in So I have won on just his higher education connections just 100 and the media and the various publications is connected to there One is local influence and then I even do one for Europe and other parts of the world which are relevant for the American audience but I try to be as comprehensive as possible And then one chapter actually it's on source influence in Ukraine And it's largely an expansion of your last book follow the money on particularly sources meddling in Ukraine and the role that played in the Trump

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"palumbo" Discussed on IVFU

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07:54 min | 1 year ago

"palumbo" Discussed on IVFU

"Mick jagger okay but they still have children as long as they can produce sperm witches irritating offers. Yes yeah. I mean it's it's a really unique weird perspectives. That again i have not only do. I have one channel infertility treatment and one who's not. I have one child. That's what he's great right. I take it on strike. And that's where comedy may be also helpful again. Because i'm are you doing standup still do because oh right. Not a lot of shows happening right. It's interesting again thinking about how infertility and the quest we'll see you know the quest to to have a baby can change someone's course change someone's self identity you do kind of come out the other end feeling like you have nothing left to lose which is a form of bravery and courage and galvanizing yourself. You know you kind of once you do have children or you've chosen your path not to have children or your adopting or whatever. It is to have come through the ringer like that. That like you said when you were having your sex or when michael was diagnosed on spectrum whatever you know it does not that anyone should ever have to go through it but if there were an upside to the outrageous pain and torture of infertility i will say it does build a certain strength in you because you've been through like the worst thing possible and you survived and you came out the other side. Whatever that other side is and at that point you can kind of accomplish anything you know again. Like infertility really took over my life for three years and i've met credible people both men and women who've dealt with infertility and stories. I'm sure you've heard you're like oh my god. This core person has gone through multiple pregnancy losses score failed. I hate us network but failed. Adoptions where it seems like it's going to happen and it doesn't yeah the the level of optimism but just determination and persistence and even in cases of people who are like. I can't do this anymore. Tremendous strength to be like okay. This is not working out. I thought it would rain guys hot enough and now it's time to write a new ending right. I mean it just. It teaches you so many skills but i think it also teaches you a lot about yourself and your own level of sanity and perseverance and and yet get straight and so i think now if i go on stage and i don't know someone doesn't laugh or they thing i don't know i just dealt with so much crap this point it doesn't matter just just better. You know it it shifts what's important at shifts. What matters it shifts how you can be happy where you can find happiness and what your identity can be. You know all of those things that i think you're right you get it redefines. What parents is in a way. Yeah because it may not be what you expected but it may be even more rewarding and also you know to. Your point is so wonderful. I think you mentioned the whole twitter war. But they're incredible acts of kindness. And i experienced such kindness and love because of infertility. You know my third idea have because we have my bell money all of my medications rebounding by other turtles And it does i think. Just change your perspective on a lie. How you define yourself and and the thing that i always started to say more i talk to people going through this and sometimes it's not if you'll be apparent it's just how when you look at all the ways that it could happen sort of all opens up to you but i mean every journey needs to be honored i. I hope everyone at the end of it has gained something. That's helpful to them in other areas no matter how things turned out whether it is more of a sense of humor are friends that they would trade for the world or a child. They didn't plan on or career career. Right i mean. I think in the end so now i don't work for anyone full-time and bright and i perform in i do stand up. I think for me. When i learned the whole experience was i wanted to get a sense of humor about things that mattered Not just like an asshole. But i liked. I liked taking a sense of humor and making it means something other than interesting drug epo right And so what is happening today. In the world of jennifer j palumbo. I just read a book proposal. So i'm working on this book and then at nowhere a treatment i wrote from like two thousand eight has been resurrected a treatment for a tv. Show okay. i'm working. And i'm still very active in the infertility space working with a bunch of either clinics or companies on patient experience and then i'm contribute to forbes and i write about totally non funny stuff there Which is great. Yeah again. I need to have a lot of different colors. I need usually. Yeah yeah so my my websites. More fun wonder woman. Writer dot com forbes. I write a lot about different issues diversity We write a lot about being a working parent of a special needs child thing so i loved that i have that has but scary. Mommy's my funny funnier. okay scary. Mommy dot com. Just make sure yeah okay and and is there anything you would like to add at the end of our conversation. I sang of yours for year. Because you're so damn. Bernard sure. But i i mean i am very very famous but i always meet people who know i am so. That's really great. No i just want to praise year because you have taken your talent and also brought a new level to the space you. John it in so many different way. This has changed me as well. Yeah it's just a here's here's a. J. care we talk about advocacy. But i think just talking about insuring your story. You have really made a difference. So i really did want to say that. I'm genuinely found girl. Oh i think you should be incredibly everything that you've got your mother. I know but i need to call. You sometimes can i. Oh we are recording great. I'm just going to play it back but you know. I think it kind of speaks to our whole conversation today. Which is that. I never planned to be doing this. You know what i mean. It's well. I just think creatively what you've done has been so hazards and impact solve. And so i. I really wanted to make sure it not told you today. I mentioned oh. I truly appreciate that now but i. That's wonderful to hear. And it's exactly why i'm doing it. So i'm i'm actually really happy that that's Thank you jay. Gumbo jennifer j palumbo. Thank you. That was not what i meant when i said is there anything you wanna add but thank you and Everyone definitely needs to check you out and all your various forums and on on instagram and on your blog and on your website everywhere.

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07:39 min | 1 year ago

"palumbo" Discussed on IVFU

"Can you be in charge of planning baby shower. Oh no spare fetchy in. What is it thousand dollars to get my period yet. I come back and now. I have to clan a baby shower. I was just like going to blow it break down and everyone was constantly like. Oh there's gotta be something in the water because everyone's getting to infertility soda machine. I'm the only one who's now getting pregnant. Only got i. It was awful and did you plan. the baby. Shower was three baby showers or like one massive shower that we we are we will. The resources was like birds with one stone. Right you were in charge of that. Oh my god. But i will say what my other co workers who went through ideas and she actually got pregnant on her first idea as a boy and girl twins. She knew what was going on with me. She was one of the year she was like. I'll help and so people didn't actually know she helps me. Has she knew again. Fertilize really stick together. Did hell but i just was like. It was not fun. So run the last cycle. We're out of money. And and how many rounds are you in at this point lately. Are you like three years. Five time cycles three. Iu is three ids. Wow whereabouts to kill each other helplessly. How i only have one embryo and i really think just through statistics. 'cause we just got lucky that one embryos state in that was michael. Oh wow so. We're thought he was falling my idea journey through your blog or theater. My way is the name of the blog. What is fertility at thirty for thirty was conscience site that was like Whether deep oh interesting okay. They asked me start writing down when i started doing this clinical trial. Here's my goal. And six months. After i had infertility authority asked me to work for them fulltime. So that's when. I changed my career completely And left the bank so hard to do. Because i love those people It was a cushy job now leads the fertility startup company but it it was great. I can use my humor to talk with patience and people on that. Use my writing skills. So between all of those years is a reason why i'm getting into this. I talked to patients everywhere like across the united states. And that's really what fueled me to start talking more openly about my experience because there's so many themes consistent themes and. I'm sure you're seeing that certainly through this podcast of ealing like blaming yourself getting depressed of of comparing yourself to someone else inside of the pain olympics or the struggle to pay for it or jeopardy daily building options that never always aware of so after august then. When i started really sharing my story in big advocate i was in washington. Dc one year for results advocacy day. And they have made this. Republican is no longer in office. And when i was talking to him he was like wait. Men have fertility issues. Oh no idea. It's just always the women. So you're giving this representative a sex ed less than one third third and then the is like on screen and he said well what you have and unlike i'm talking about legislation and not your sperm but yet here we are. So you're there's motilal there's power judy. There's all these expect this but even still like do you remember a couple years ago. I think it was just two years ago. These men in sub story of a position of power was it in ohio. Where like eight. We got great idea. If a woman gets pregnant through like she doesn't a topic we'll just detach the embryo and it to the uterus or will charge the woman with merck. Oh my god google this. I'm not making this up well. The community lost their minds right. 'cause they're like did anyone talk to either a a woman topic pregnancy right or be doctor right the arrogance and now they're like oh it's fine just moved. You can't physically impossible right. Can't just move every right. if you're detaching. It's no longer lived than this right. Yes so i think he has. The women could die but in a fine about that. Exactly i know. Talk about fertility. Definitely making me more stabby women's bodies in women's rights. Yeah and that these idiots thank no say on how it should go. Oh great right exactly. well now. Once you had michael. And you're now in the mom world you're out there in the world having play dates. Maybe and you know. I don't know nannies. Daycare whatever's happening with michael was it. How did that feel to be around other women who maybe just like pop them out no big deal like did you feel like you had this big secret inside or did it not. Did you not think about it anymore mission accomplished. I was so grateful to have michael. I remember really the first year evidences. A first year is the toughest but for me. I enjoyed the hell out of it. Believes it worked pitting. Yeah exactly picking on halloween. Oh my head right now and we're doing this for the holidays or actually pushing a stroller. John's right i just. It was so novel and exciting to me. Yeah i was perfectly happy. And then i think it was round so was fifteen months old and took him to the pediatrician and she asked me. A bunch of questions does he. Does he make eye contact. You know how many words does he say and we realized there was something wrong with my no. I think it was eighteen months reasonably like call. Three one one in in brooklyn had him evaluated and they felt he was on the artistic specter factor. No they weren't sure where like not that people are trying to actually eliminate saying high functioning low functioning because It just seems kinda judgy. Yeah yeah it's way literally jelly exactly. Sure 'cause it's like high functioning as word superiors low punching on the spectrum. And i will say the impetus drinks prepared me for all of that. Child gets diagnosed as being on the spectrum and it goes through. These huge areas of denial. Depression took me two days. And i'm like all right. Thanks so much. I mean my husband. I really after that. We relied fine like bring it. Yeah yeah exactly. Where like just figure this out so those. I think when things started to feel different in terms of parenting and infertility and everything so it was kinda like all right. I guess this is it Like maybe it's good. We only have one child because he's going to need a lot of support..

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"palumbo" Discussed on IVFU

IVFU

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"palumbo" Discussed on IVFU

"Just not not ironic. Not ironic crying out. She won't even when i was talking about johnson. I felt like i was really exposed the audience to know the whole story behind it right so i think it was a while. Yeah no and i was gonna say if you were already feeling like you were being punished then. Making fun of it would probably maybe double the kickback from god. You know what i mean. If you're not taking it seriously and feeling remorseful for this apparently horrible thing you did at some point who knows what that was making birth control for regulating your period. When you're young you know if you make light of it then it's going to come back on you twofold whatever that might constantly basically that might have even if maybe you wouldn't admit that i wonder if that was back there in your psyche somewhere as well. You know. it's possible. Because i it matched the thing. Have everyone always tells me a compliment. That i'm a big personality. Why i'm kind of an asshole amount because it's been said to be so much after a while like what did he beat like like like like ed judy showing up with an accordion all the time. So impressive by right i do. How a big personality fine. But during that period you would not have known that. I stopped being so she knows stops seeing people. I was avoiding social interaction. And i remembered against this like me at all if like a cycle foulds or i got my period. I would immediately like go to bed like four o'clock in the afternoon. Yup stay in bed pretty much the whole weekend. Because i just couldn't i couldn't deal with that. I couldn't deal with feeling like a failure. And what do i tell people and again charlie. Michael carmine is like when you're gonna have kids everyone's asking me about it. And i make excuses and be like. Oh we're we're eventually. It's in the plan but not not telling them that i was trying. It was really painful and i think channel down to blogging. Oh that's interesting and had you blocked before this started happening or is this the art of the blogging. Oh that's really interesting logging. And so i created this law. And i was writing these blogs not giving any identifiable information about me right so i would log down and use my dare on blog i would never own up to it my realize and where was mike. Windass was happening. Was he also upset or was he. Why because you hadn't been married that long when this ordered too. That's another thing that's hard about it. Oh yeah and we. We ended up doing with the differently which was not so. I'm like doing. His blood on twitter know tweeting about circle yuka ten in the morning about periods. Like wherever. Listen right and mike is playing. Video games So he withdrew in a different way. Yeah railroad apart in. And he was in the front of the apartment playing video games under back department on twitter with my australian friend discussing our relation. I can't completely consumed with the think he just didn't even know how to process at all. Talking just was like overwhelmed by the whole thing. You didn't know what to do with me. I was losing my mind. Yeah we're losing everybody. The donor what to do and we did eventually start going to couples counseling. Because i it's amazing always like communication education. But it's amazing. How when you have a problem and then you're dealing with the differently. How quickly case because it does you know. I think honestly i think. Part of that comes honestly. I think you're trying to stay out of each other's way. Sometimes you're trying to figure out your own emotions even express it to the other person with us was hysterical because so i had my therapist and say she was on the second floor of this building in greenwich village and she recommended his posters on the first floor so when we had cows counseling session. It was everybody in his there. Be y ot. Bring your house like this. I've never know couples. Counseling could like bring your own representing. I've never heard of it that way. No i've had to work dow because they with idea it was. It was very very i mean. Some of the sessions were very. Yeah because a lot of reasons. But i think that was the worst time in our marriage. And i've always been open about that and and bites very supportive of that because we were coping differently. We stopped communicating completely. Not for bad but we were just. I think we're just trying to deal with their own stuff and not set the other person. I will say to anybody to have an jumped party whether it's both through therapists. Who just one person so you could say that things. Maybe you're scared to say yes and home yet. Like it's a safe place to be like. By the way. I of think you're an asshole right it in front of another neutralizing third person said that there was one where it was all saying to me by both therapists. And my husband saying you're obsessed with infertility. Talk about it nonstop. I wanted to strangle all of them. And i almost did. Yeah but i'm sure they were right but it was probably the best way to be told i was becoming annoyed. That's painful to hear that did but you think ultimately it was helpful for them to say that very very hurtful and painful at the time. But i think it needs to be said certainly for bike but if for no other reason to remind myself that i am more than my refrigerator. If foraging late one night where you talk about something else right so it was in the long run. Yes i still go still look great disdain. You know it's funny if if that's literally what they said. I'm gonna go out on a lemon suggests that maybe that wasn't the best way to say it. But i do see their point and your point that yeah i totally completely takes over your life and your identity and your future and your president and your pass you blame yourself for your past. You're hiding from the present. You can't even envision a future because it involves failure if you feel like that's what's going to happen and i could see that it could be said with love you know there's more to you than this. There's more to life than this. I don't want you to lose touch with that. I want you to try to see what is still good in the world. What is still good and you in us in having your favorite breakfast cereal. Whatever these things are that can make life a good thing So you can start to heal a bit from all of the pain. I do right now. Puttick infinitely better. So we're clear. Well that's i wasn't. Yeah i think it was. Maybe not delivered quite in the most productive way but i but i. I'm going to decide knowing none of these people that it was coming from the right place was. I think it was true. But i think there was a theory. Yeah so especially if you're being pumped with hormones there's going to be separate when all of this took over. It was my second idea. And i remember at my company. At the time. I my day job. Everyone was getting pregnant. But that's not an overstatement women who got all the same time and with exaggeration. This completely happy. I came back for my first idea story. I come back my style and literally. Monday was back at work. My boss at the time said hey so since you know so and so so and so on so and so are expecting..

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"palumbo" Discussed on IVFU

IVFU

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"palumbo" Discussed on IVFU

"I feel like a plane thing of rice chose god no ron. I'm sitting here in new mexico. I couldn't feel less special. Who doesn't like rice cakes. Come well if you put peanut butter on there you go. Yeah well jennifer j palumbo right correct. It's so funny. Because you are so fabulous. We've we've actually only met once. But i feel like i've known you my whole life. You're one of these people talking your online for years. So that's hilarious. Well i've been doing some stocking of you this week. So we're maybe we're even now well. I'm very excited to be talking to you as someone who has been through the wringer with the idea of situation as man of us have and also you are an award winning blogger and a writer a contributor to forbes time magazine parents magazine huff po Scary mommy which. I don't know about so where i'm going to need to know a little bit Sounds fantastic You are also stand up comedian. Yes and you've also been i. I don't know if talking head is a bad word though. I am from the seventies and eighties. So talking heads is a fabulous. It's band and for you. That's been on cnn. Npr fox nbc bbc. America and featured in the documentary. Vegas baby have. I missed something you want me to say now not at all now. You can even say less really. It's fine no but it's so exciting to say all of these things you're you're specialness makes me feel special. 'cause you're here it's really about me so you have two kids one of them through. Ivf and those kinds of interventions the other one naturally quite a surprise you. Yes you kind of did it backwards. Which i think is early. I know so. What i wanted to start off with was before you had your kids. Did you always what kids. When jay was a kid. What did you dream of being. Did you dream of being a mom. Oh yeah. I wanted to be a mother. More than i wanted to get married. So i kids. I volunteered chance. Actually were street in talent department with the kids. I vowed your gilda's club did not land a worked at camp. I always worked with. I loved kids. Yes so it was. Like of course italian catholics love kids can have kanter was actually married before two women who didn't want kids and they got divorced over it. How old were you when you met. Your husband was three and then we got gained from thirty four and married. Got re- really engaged by quickly and then we started trying to conceive. I was thirty five okay and when you started trying to conceive your first child. What was your life like professionally. What was your life like. Who were you at that plight was. I would say a corporate by day in comedy by night. Because i would do stand up comedy and and didn't pay the bills or have insurance or anything so i worked odds and investment banking company by debt. Okay and it had pretty good benefits and it was actually really cushy job and sometimes i miss. It was very structured by day corporate. You know photocopiers pink lips typing the general space singing. Yeah and then. I would go do shows at night so i wanna talk about. Serve the road to michael. Michael is your older son. So you were thirty seven. He goes thirty seven. I got pregnant thirty eight. When i gave birth to him. My god. that's old. Had you ever tried to have kids before or this was like you. Were doing your comedy thing and you met the right person. I know there are so many people especially in. My family are very traditional italian. Were there like oh. are you putting your career. I and i'm like no. I just haven't met anyone that i could stand like it really. I mean i had serious relationships. But that i want to marry and broke create west and when i met my husband he was also conic it just really and i ended up very quickly. I feel like things happen. Pretty fast you know we may. We were friends for two months. We started dating. Think we got gauge. Like six seven months after we started dating and then we got married a year later and immediately started trying to see and so by all accounts. I thought i was going to get pregnant of course obediently right and so what did happen nothing. Like i wasn't getting pregnant. I wasn't getting pregnant and it was six months which is a terrible. I mean six months trying spike. And i was seeing the sky as my gynecologist before i met my husband i was in a very long relationship of his. Actually the first person who gave me a raid was a new bring. I always looked to my mom. And it's like here. I'm thirty. I rang is a new wrinkle but he was also a reproductive endocrinologist. Oh wow and so. It was more worried than i. Yeah so he was like. Why don't we try. Why anybody we did. A bunch of value is happening and then he brought up the app. And i didn't know this always makes me allow. I know how ideas were a lot of people. don't know how. I not swearing pretty with a person. I thought they took a needle. Put it through your stomach and got the eggs out. That which i started talking to my doctor being like no we put it through the vaginal. Unlike oh wait what. I don't like i knew the so got it doesn't need a metaphor needle in your vagina. That's hilarious. You were thinking it was like an ivy f- caesarian or something. Open you up top. Yeah exactly so. I was really shocked that i would have to be. I'm and all that jazz and you're just talking about the extraction at this point. Yeah yeah and then..

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Author Matt Palumbo of 'Man Behind the Curtains' Discusses George Soros' Secret Network

The Dan Bongino Show

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Author Matt Palumbo of 'Man Behind the Curtains' Discusses George Soros' Secret Network

"We're talking to Matt Colombo author of a I'm telling you folks who will not be disappointed It's going to be a book of the year Demand behind the curtain by Matt Colombo It's about George Soros's secret network Are you telling me that he's going local Austin races local district attorney races Because his money can make a big difference in the success rate is higher because that makes a lot of sense Yeah but you know the thing is like if presidential elections it's hundreds of millions of billions of dollars to move the needle It takes quite a bit If I'm running in a DA race and a 100,000 people vote in it if you drown a candidate in one or $2 million that is immense success And a lot of these source prosecutors actually are household names You know chase of boudin every week we're seeing open shoplifting in San Francisco That's him That's a source back here Kim Fox who went across to Jesse Smollett He saw us back In fact there was a case last week where there was a gang shooting in public about a dozen people involved She wouldn't cross the committee claiming that it was mutual combat So because both parties wanted to open fire and broad daylight well we can't prosecute that So these are the kind of people he's back

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Author Matthew Palumbo: George Soros Dropped $500K to Keep Austin Police Defunded

The Dan Bongino Show

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Author Matthew Palumbo: George Soros Dropped $500K to Keep Austin Police Defunded

"Mad what the hell is your sorrow and his interest group money Do we isn't living Austin Texas Why is he getting involved to defeat a measure to hire more police in Austin Why is he going local Well it's not just awesome It's actually everywhere and the longest chapter in the book is actually titled George Soros goes local where I just go through all these prosecutors He's trying to fund And it's sort of like a dual case where one it seems it's just literally seems like they wanted to destroy Law & Order in America and they don't care what the consequences is Obviously someone like George Soros is private security But at the same time the dual purpose and that they're going to push this narrative that cops are racist America's I mean you see this are you against police but go back 300 years in history when they're talking about it if they want to push this narrative that everything this country is rotten from the core And it really just seems like they kind of want to destroy everything and start over And in terms of local politics you know we've been talking about Soros influence groups and his role of presidential elections but thank God Presidential elections He's about 50 50 in a success rate With local election is well over 90% because these are often races And it's been a district attorney races

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"palumbo" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"palumbo" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Arm show. Oh yeah out tech me. I dare you. Did you work in software. Managing nerds and being a nerd race. Working at tech is not working jen. Pa- sacchi said on monday that it's irresponsible to say. Americans have been stranded in afghanistan after the taliban takeover. So i guess their their vacation. I'm not sure what the preferred nomenclature is. She did not clarify. She's just said not stranded. So they're not stranded. They're just they're just they're not waiting on a miracle kinda like i'm not shredded in austin texas just waiting strategy move correct mark. It's your fault not three. Joey chestnut trended on twitter because of a new negative health. Study about hotdogs marks until you. We'll get later. Oh yeah oh yes we will number to the italian. Siri season kicked off with inter milan. Trouncing the poor. Italian club genoa four. Nothing at a bunch of other results including who ventas tie there. Were supposed to win. The season runs through late. August from late august through late may same as epl. so italian soccer fans and number one. The cream of the crop today caught the pfizer cove in nineteen vaccine got full. Fda approval on monday for those fifteen and up to get the vaccine and president biden encouraged. Everyone who was waiting for fda approval to now go get those shots that are available for free to the public still. He also urged private companies to quote unquote step up vaccine requirements like mandates and stuff before leaving without taking questions as usual and despite all the political stuff the vaccine is probably the only bipartisan thing that really exists and the entire landscape of political issues in two thousand twenty one but still good stuff approved for. That's good yeah right. yeah. I think everybody. Being the only thing that democrats and republicans to agree on the people would be cool. That people are still pretty mad online taking it to the internet. charlie kirk. imagine. If i have a much smaller face when i'm saying how can a vaccine that. According to axios has a forty two percent efficacy rate in july get fda approval and then to that brad palumbo quote tweets him and clears it up former guests bat. Palumbo shot the pfizer slash paternal vaccines or at least ninety five percent effective at preventing serious illness and death. That is what matters not reduce efficacy at preventing symptomatic infection of delta. So that's very important. Some people some people are like rooting for the vaccine. The phil what who. What the fuck is charlie kirks problem. Like yeah what are you. You're so goddamn insane. That guy's not in charge right now and he lost that you won. Everyone's like fucking like what he wants a new house mark and he knows he has increased and he rouse them up and they they get their wallets out. You know what's interesting about that mark. Speaking of trump alex jones had some sour words for trump after trump encouraged everybody to get the vaccine on saturday in alabama. He said bs trump. That's why my god. Maybe you're not that bright. Maybe trump's actually a dumb ass and that's what he had to say about trump telling people to get vaccinated. Finally ben shapiro chimes. Then he says about seventy five doctors in south florida who walked out in protest. After their hospitals flooded with unvaccinated people getting cove it basically a lot of people. Medical community are mad at the unvaccinated. Who are taking up all the hospital beds. Time and ben shapiro says this and they should be Yeah well ben. Shapiro thinks otherwise market says if this is the new standard tweets that failure to take measures to alleviate your own health problems are punishable by doctors refusing treatment. The extension of this logic to obesity will certainly be something so. He thinks that we're going to do this today too. Then you then. You shouldn't treat fat people either for their we're gonna we're gonna to that in my segment fair's fair fares carmen weight within tour body. Agree all coming up right so that was interesting. We'll never better. They did that because doctors they took the power back. They're pissed right but that's a anti. The hippocratic oath pretty. I was pretty surprised when they did it. I cheered him on for doing it. Like man if you're fed up at your job but it's one of the only jobs where you take an oath as part of the job to be clear. I think there should be fed up. I don't think they should not treat situation where people for. Not this should be fired. Our pri- wrong rate. Yeah yeah. They're both bench bureau and these these doctors. And that's dave coffee in the big time which was brought to you. By ray recon wireless ear buds. When the world gets too loud. I create my own soundtrack. By popping in my rake on wireless ear buds and let the good times roll. Frankly they sound fantastic. 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"palumbo" Discussed on M&A Science

M&A Science

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"palumbo" Discussed on M&A Science

"They're not doing much wrong. It's an interesting dynamic. So then what's so what's the inflection. Point right hey we're going to hire somebody in corporate development or we're going to dedicate a role to this. I don't know how that goes in other scenarios of the mind. I think you were interested in chatting about this is what is my situation specific. Look like and yet happy to walk you through that. You're the hotshot banker. I right away when like you. I would be like i think he is. He's coming in with excel models and he's supposed to build our ma function. That's why i'm interested to know how you evolve through that to actually get settled in corporate development role because obviously been there for a while. And you're still there. Yeah and we really interesting culture in the sense that you're really accountable for your own. Success or failure. Our management style is very entrepreneurial. And i don't think anybody any my colleagues at the c. Level director level sea level or the ceo report. I don't think anybody really had experience much. Experience dealing with a corporate development person. There's not much directive to give remember coming in and no one really telling you what to do. There was no directive. Who's just hey get comfortable. Learn the business. And then i'll be interested in what you mr palumbo have to recommend for our process and ways to make us better so it was really we talking about a blank canvas. It really was a blank canvas. I read a book. Which if anyone out there is switching roles or maybe getting promoted going new department. Switching companies called the first ninety days. I remember one of my first as coo. He's like you gotta read the first ninety days the ninety they plan. I think it's called. i wanted to. It's like harvard business review. Everyone's read it. Seemed like everybody to read it and it was immensely helpful for me. One understand the business meet the people number one number. Two and number three was understand the process that are currently going through being a banker coming from banking..

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"palumbo" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"palumbo" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

"Romance more fun. So we have something for every for everyone and for every mood, and that's what I would base it on. But very fortunate that I only sell five star luxury properties. So they're all happy. We're would you pick if you wanted to just get away and relax? Okay. So if I just wanted to Relax Inn, I'd probably choose a little. Cheek. Hotel. Nets you know a little bit quiet quieter than than others. Yeah. So and so and you could do that anywhere in Turks and Caicos? Anguilla Mex-, I love Mexico for the culture. This larger resorts little boutique ones that if you really just private pools may that use the hotel with a private school something like that? Yeah. That sounds really good. That's yes it's making me WanNa go this is happening talk about travel. I hope everyone wants to go. Right. Okay. So let's get started. How about you share with us your name, your first and last name where you live in how many kids do you have? Okay. So my name's Laurie Palumbo I live in Greenwich Connecticut I have one son who's twenty nine years old. Evolved with girlfriend right now at the moment that could change I time I get home tonight. But a my my other baby's business I've traveled since I got right out of right after college and I fell in love with the business been in it ever since so I've been in the business about forty years. Oh. Wow. So how about you just kinda speed us up a little bit to kind of where you are today what your role is and what that looks like for you. Okay. Well, right now on the COO of luxury company island destinations that sells exclusively to travel advisers do not sell to the public direct. And we do that for a reason. We to work with the very best luxury advisors in the industry. Since we sell fabulous five star properties, WE WANNA make sure they're represented properly and that a client gets the best experience they possibly can, and we feel that will happen with a a wonderful travel advisor that's well trained in understands what's right for their client. Yeah I mean, it's just when I was that your you had dinner last year in National I met so many great. People and. That's how I ended up going to Kabo meeting the Great you know people who represent each words like that. So Yeah I, Love Your Company and your resorts that you represent are truly five star I mean they are amazing. So That's why I wanted you to come on today..

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"palumbo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"palumbo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And promo code live in I do need to finish with Twitter Donna Mister producer we've had two fantastic yes two exclusive interviews and so I do need to finish with Twitter how much time to have left this segment I have less than two minutes let me get started I want to pick it up it is very important because Twitter holds itself out as the sort of neutral community platform we can just be kinda speak your mind and so now they've decided that they're going to punish the president has they been punishing conservatives conservative groups all along and there's a reason for this because they don't believe in free speech and this is pointed out that the Washington examiner by Brad Palumbo like most big tech companies Twitter's overwhelmingly staff with Democrats and liberals according to OpenSecrets dot org ninety nine point eight percent that's basically a hundred percent except for the janitor there of twenty twenty election donations made from individuals affiliated with Twitter have gone to Democrats ninety nine point eight percent a donations anyone affiliated with Twitter has gone to Democrats you know how do you hire that way I mean I even if I wanted to hire if I had a company that big and I wanted ninety nine point eight percent of the people I hired to contribute to Republicans I don't even think I'd be good enough to get ninety nine point April maybe seventy percent sixty percent seventy four point ninety nine point eight percent those are Saddam Hussein numbers over there twenty.

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"palumbo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"palumbo" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And promo code live in I do need to finish with Twitter Donna Mister producer we've had two fantastic yes two exclusive interviews and so I do need to finish with Twitter how much time to have left this segment I have less than two minutes let me get started I want to pick it up it is very important because Twitter holds itself out as the sort of neutral community platform we can just be kinda speak your mind and so now they've decided that they're going to punish the president has they been punishing conservatives conservative groups all along and there's a reason for this because they don't believe in free speech and as is pointed out that the Washington examiner by Brad Palumbo like most big tech companies Twitter's overwhelmingly staff with Democrats and liberals according to OpenSecrets dot org ninety nine point eight percent that's basically a hundred percent except for the janitor there of twenty twenty election donations made from individuals affiliated with Twitter have gone to Democrats ninety nine point eight percent donations anyone affiliated with Twitter has gone to Democrats how do you hire that way I mean I even if I wanted to hire if I had a company that big and I wanted ninety nine point eight percent of the people I hired to contribute to Republicans I don't even think I'd be good enough to get ninety nine point April maybe seventy percent sixty percent seventy four point ninety.

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"palumbo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"palumbo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"About Mr president Ross Palumbo from ABC news Miami is a relatively new floor ready and what is your message today to the cruise line industry in the travel industry that Florida depends upon and since senator Rick Scott's and Miami Dade mayor Carlos Jimenez have these same exposure is you when they are self I like isolating what's your message to them that they shouldn't be well I don't know that I had exposure but I don't have any of the symptoms and we do have a White House doctor and I should say many White House doctors to frankly and I asked him that same question and they said you don't have any symptoms whatsoever and we don't want people without symptoms to go and do the test the test is not insignificant as far as the cruise line business where with them all the way it's a great business it's a great U. S. business frankly and I know how important they are to the country that includes airlines but the cruise line business obviously was hit very hard we had a tremendous success out in Oakland where we moved and vice president pence did a fantastic job with that we work with the U. K. we worked with Canada that they took their people back in calendars approximately six hundred people U. K. like wise took a large number of people back to the United Kingdom and we have people quarantined it was a big operation and worked out really you don't hear about it anymore worked out really well you bike you may even want to say something about that because that was really done properly well I think it was president and that that that program with grand princess the ship is continuing to be administered and the highest standards orderly way as president directed and reckons that needed treatment ever see them I spoke to the governor of Iowa today and some of those who now have been cleared are are able in proper supervision to be returning to Iowa they're making arrangements for them to do that others in Texas others in Georgia again it's another example of the extraordinary cooperation governor abit governor Gavin Newsom governor Brian camp of Georgia but to add to that the president directed me last Saturday to travel down to Miami we met with all the leaders of the cruise line industry several cruise lines have announced a sixty day pause in operations are department of homeland security has praised them for doing that because of the unique health challenges particularly presented to seniors with underlying conditions we have a proposal from the cruise line industry but they're currently considering what other steps that they might take perhaps even similar to what those other lines have taken renters face is present on my hands and we are listening to the presidential press conference here this news conference and of course the president has declared a state of emergency want to go over the bullet points here and and guys if you can monitor please let me know if there is any other breaking items to come out of any of the questions that the media is asking right now I think the biggest takeaway here folks is that the president has cleaned up the problematic and really ineffective address to the nation that occurred on Wednesday night that that's a shame that Wednesday night's address was not more effective and that should have this what we're watching now what was what was just seem over the last forty five minutes or so this is what should have happened on Wednesday and it's very unfortunate that it did not so as I mentioned on my Twitter feed at Todd Schmidt give me a follow I mentioned earlier today the president's got a clean up and do a whole lot better I'll give you the exact wait just a little while ago you know before this began before my show began so earlier today I tweeted and let me just bring up my Twitter feed here I tweeted president trump must do a much better job with this upcoming news conference asserting command and control then I did want to address the nation on Wednesday evening and they did that this was a much better job this was a much better clean up we saw the markets react positively in the last twenty minutes of trading especially in the last fifteen and ten minutes of trading with the Dow Jones industrial average on this Friday the thirteenth here in March the Dow was up one thousand nine hundred eighty five points to the Dow was up nearly ten percent today we were down ten percent yesterday the Dow almost made up what we were down yesterday so we were up nine point three six percent today S. and P. five hundred up two hundred thirty points nasdaq up six hundred seventy two points so clearly Wall Street liked what occurred you know we could have we could have a better couple of days here as far as the perception and what the markets have done if this presentation this is command and control the president came out with the size of steps the national emergency declaration then talking to doctor Fauci and doctor Burks for instance and then bringing out some business leaders from Walmart and and other businesses and Google and to literally put on display this massive response this which is what happened that night and I dress on Wednesday night but this I wish we would have seen this response knowing that the models predicted that we were gonna have the spread in the United States listen at this point we are nowhere near what has occurred in South Korea certainly Italy and of course ground zero for this crap fast China but the models predict that we are going to potentially get there over the next couple of weeks so I wish we would have had for thought we certainly had modeling we do pandemic modeling it was in fact the modeling done just last fall that showed that we could have this kind of problem not with this virus because this was unknown until December but I wish we could have had more of this response two weeks ago especially with containment and especially with testing and we did so yet we failed early on we're doing clean up now better late than never and hopefully we're getting our our crap together now and it looks that way so that's not very much on a positive front now as far as president trump being tested the president has said that he has not been tested I don't believe that I think the trump has been solved I think the president has been tested because of his proximity to the Brazilian president Bolsonaro and his aide which did test positive so the it is positive we also of course no the Miami mayor mayor swaras in Miami that he is isolating for two weeks because he was in the vicinity of the Brazilian president and his staff earlier this week and of course Bolsonaro as press secretary I tested positive so you know here we have the Miami mayor who was in the vicinity and at the circuit can you just I want to confirm this because I'm looking at from the Miami Herald I just want to be sure here because the heralded report early on that Miami mayor Francis Suarez has tested positive for covert nineteen I just wanna make sure and I know I've had that for numerous reports I just want us to do me a favor just want again confirm that he did test positive hi folks how about some good news here I want to talk I want to talk about.

Miami Mr president Ross Palumbo ABC
"palumbo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"palumbo" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ross Palumbo from ABC news Miami is a relatively new floor ready and what is your message today to the cruise line industry in the travel industry that Florida depends upon and since senator Rick Scott's and Miami Dade mayor Carlos Mendez have these same exposure is you when they are self I like isolating what's your message to them that they shouldn't be well I don't know that I had exposure but I don't have any of the symptoms and we do have a White House doctor and I should say many White House doctors to frankly and I asked him that same question and they said you don't have any symptoms whatsoever and we don't want people without symptoms to go and do the test the test is not insignificant as far as the cruise line business where with them all the way it's a great business it's a great U. S. business frankly and I know how important they are to the country that includes airlines but the cruise line business obviously was hit very hard we had a tremendous success out in Oakland where we moved and vice president pence did a fantastic job with that we work with U. K. we worked with Canada that they took their people back in calendars approximately six hundred people U. K. likewise took a large number of people back to the United Kingdom and we have people quarantined it was a big operation and worked out really you don't hear about it anymore it worked out really well you bike you may even want to say something about that because that was really done properly well you were listening to news radio WFLA grand princess the ship is continuing to be administered and the highest standards orderly way as president directed and reckons that needed treatment ever see them I spoke to the governor of Iowa today and some of those who now have been cleared are are able in proper supervision to be returning to Iowa they're making arrangements for them to do that others in Texas others in Georgia again it's another example of the extraordinary cooperation governor abit governor Gavin Newsom governor Brian camp of Georgia but to add to that the president directed me last Saturday to travel down to Miami we met with all the leaders of the cruise line industry several cruise lines have announced a sixty day pause in operations are department of homeland security has praised them for doing that because of the unique health challenges particularly presented to seniors with underlying conditions we have a proposal from the cruise line industry but they're currently considering what other steps that they might take perhaps even similar to what those other lines have taken we're just putting some response on that in the next twenty four hours but as the president said the American people cherish our cruise line industry men and women who work on the ships men and women who work on the shore all the economy said are so benefited by a vibrant cruise line industry with the president's directed us to do is whether they are whether there is a pause in the moment as some cruise lines are doing as we all continue to discuss we want to work with the cruise line industry to ensure that when we come through this the cruise lines and the medical services that are available and for the passengers and and all of the crew there that the cruise lines are safer than ever before and can prosper for many years to come good place this question is for doctors felt she and Burke.

Ross Palumbo Miami ABC
"palumbo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"palumbo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"AJ Palumbo yeah I watch lebron and that Saint Vincent saying Sarah what was it savings and say merece I watching gives a merry's against not Pennsylvania all stars the entire state of Pennsylvania played against just lebron high school which is now his business team yeah I watched that which is sold out that arena was sold out if those kids were to put together some sort of all started for somebody that they can sell tickets all over the place they can prepare they get NBA scouts are Brian XMB approaches Jim Rome and ends up like to be in trouble now I think there's a benefit to going on learning from the great coaches apology no I think she's actually is lost one of the still got it but I think there's some benefits of going to college but I think it's only matter time for these entrepreneurs in these kids that dominate social media and the content game break their own thing and go sell tickets everywhere at the ball family gave it a dell I think they were just too insufferable the dad was George suffer more for me to get on board with that but I think at some point that's going to happen well it's just so short sighted to that like these kids can't take some money to like get a meal or like you know in license case like tuition for high school and mark adverts making four million dollars a year it's like well you know there's there's got to be some give and take there I mean you're never going to win if that's the case yeah because I know a lot of team mates of mine that they want to West Virginia they came straight out of the streets we're talking about guys that sold drugs we're talking about guys that come from parts of neighborhoods that you only hear about in documentaries and movies if you don't live there were gangs Ron everything and got his only hope we're sports in our family can provide them with damn near anything and then they get to school and you get a you get a scholarship check but that's core subject is only for your housing in your food right so these guys if they want to do anything with their life they really can't because they can't ask for money from anybody unless they're asking money from the wall right ever drug dealers back home or whatever it is because their families don't have any money if they want to get money from booze like Reggie bush not somebody ready must remain a ride donors background what if they were to get money for somebody to live in a nice apartment a nice place to dispose of junk check in to go shopping to do all these things wow they're earning West Virginia University in these universities millions and millions of dollars it's very hard to still be inside where it's like they they should be able to do that nope they they should know better that when they signed that scholarship and they got that education that's really going to take a boring life because then you're focused on a really good degree because they don't have what Paul ten hours a day every single day so they can really focus on becoming doctors and engineers things are really Pam inception slash degrees because they come from an education from everywhere the damn anyways so these guys barely know how to do anything in great street smarts great common sense we're talking about the a book smart things like that these guys have that opportunity so whenever they get a hand out now in some ways like not getting the hell out here you can't do that are like it's like are you really trying to help people are you just trying to help yourself and that's the question a lot of people ask the NC double a I think I think it's very easy to see how people think that if you're outside looking in but for me in my experience and the guys that I got to be friends and play football with and see where they come from and meet their families and see what they've gone back to because they didn't make it to the NFL it's something where I just find it very hard to still be on the side where you think that they should be able to get a little bit of assistance well said very well absolutely well said what we do here what we do here are we gonna get to a break I believe my airports are dying confidentially donning computers dine but we will wrap up this hour two of these feel good Friday December twentieth with Biggs's walks next franchise Roger you last backed in all of the things that we could potentially dive into I think we even try another phone call yeah you're listening to Pat McAfee show you're the absolute greatest ASEAN.

lebron Saint Vincent Sarah Pennsylvania AJ Palumbo
"palumbo" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"palumbo" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Thank you so much for being on the program bread Palumbo he is Washington examiner dot com thanks for being a part of the program I you back I want to say something in full disclosure wait for his answer only say something in full disclosure here this fairness for all act is really being spearheaded by the my church the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints because they are very very concerned that the in where we are strong on family strong on marriage and strong on gender and we always have been and they are very concerned about the rights of religious people and religious organizations and I one hundred percent understand that and I have met with leaders of my face on this and talk to them in depth I disagree with them on this and I've had to do a lot of praying on this because you know the house I respect them and I've come to the conclusion through counsel with many of them that it they're calling is they're calling their calling is to protect the church my calling is to tell you about what's happening in government and the constitution and my calling my feelings on this is that this does not protect to the average person it does protect the churches and if you want to protect the churches and you believe that working together and holding hands with people who are most times shown us to be why he'll glee dishonest and they are progressive they take aggressive steps this then would only be a progressive measure I could be wrong on it but I will tell you that I have talked to members of my own faith in in all levels of government as well and attorneys and everything else and it is split but I will tell you that I truly it hurts me to say because I am somebody who believes in unity I am somebody who believes in coming together but I believe this to be the wrong path nuff said now Sir how to tell you about rec tec rec.

Palumbo
"palumbo" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"palumbo" Discussed on KTOK

"What the crazy woke in our house thank all right thankfully Brad thank you so much for being on the program bread Palumbo he is Washington examiner dot com thanks for being a part of the program I you bet I want to say something in full disclosure wait for his answer only say something in full disclosure here this fairness for all act is really being spearheaded by the my church the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints because they are very very concerned that the in where we are strong on family strong on marriage and strong on gender and we always have been and they are very concerned about the rights of religious people and religious organizations and I one hundred percent understand that and I have met with leaders of my face on this and talk to them in depth I disagree with them on this and I've had to do a lot of praying on this because you know the house I respect them and I've come to the conclusion through counsel with many of them that it they're calling is they're calling their calling is to protect the church my calling is to tell you about what's happening in government and the constitution and my calling my feelings on this is that this does not protect to the average person it does protect the churches and if you want to protect the churches and you believe that working together and holding hands with people who are most times shown us to be widely dishonest and they are progressive they take progressive stamps this then would only be a progressive measure I could be wrong on it but I will tell you that I have talked to members of my own faith in in all levels of government as well and attorneys and everything else and it is split but I will tell you that I truly it hurts me to say because I am somebody who believes in unity I am somebody who believes in coming together but I believe this to be the wrong path nuff said now Sir how to tell you about rec tec rec.

Brad Palumbo
"palumbo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"palumbo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Is Gina Palumbo tinkle co owner of haunted field of dreams green thirty about nineteen actually nineteen years ago well and it is a family owned and operated business that started conceptually with agritourism as a second thought because we all grow up farming and pretty thing Prodi's and the next generation just kind of fell upon the corn maze and we kind of were also just dancing around the corn maze of kind of a new thing and it it we were already a large pumpkin producer in the state and by get kind of came to us and and just said you know I planted some corn out you should make a made out of it and I kind of looked at him and I said what are you talking about and so we've got to be the graph paper and we tried to down by hand and the kids are kids and we open up shop well then haunted building screams and officially may the thirty crazed corn field maze was born well tell me about the four different mazes you have yeah so we have four hundred attractions were a hundred percent outdoor Han or corn field in the sent the haunted attraction that we had our over arching brand is on the hunt is still the screen which consists of a screen park to have four hundred traction the first one is our main attraction eventually when everybody is known and condemn and that is sort of a haunted attraction in our corn field that has all of your worst nightmare waiting for you well is there that kind of what condemned is and then of course we have our original dead man by I mean that is truly the it may require lock well being scared being racked original haunt the great for the corn maze and then we have Kerr evil which is in the field and is not a means but is truly all about your nightmare with clown eventually and then we also have a zombie people massacre which is it's basically where you get to go on a tractor trailer ride equipped with a paintball gun and you get to ride for your life and shoot down beat and make your way back to the cornfield so that's pretty fun if I knew what the traction meaning it then you know think here then it started and of course they have the additional element I what you get to go on a on a on a ride with a paintball gun and you get scared and you go through the lobby training of course before you get to get on the ride and you get on the right and then you get scared and come back through it is fine it is an additional element I really like it here do you know can you tell me about the actors at the haunted fields of screams we take immense training with the people that we pull land and you know we have a handful of returns but then there's the heat you know the the the ratio of new people as is quite great and that we spend on an enormous amount of time because we are so actor driven teaching them how to dance and caught a you know a character and how to play on their skills are the inside person are they an outgoing person and and how to develop their personal character with within our hearts so that we can give you the best experience as you just saw in the sense that how can they play off their skills and and and entertain while they're doing it though and only love you know we love being a good outlet for employment fuel for the entire season again kids and young adults an opportunity to work during this time and you know homecoming always hard for Hey we get through it there is going to go to homecoming with that operate a business but we work through it and give them a place to work for and it's fine I I think they really make new friends and and they really like it and then of course everybody likes getting their paycheck at the end of the the right wing land for everyone if people are interested in participating as an actor in next year's maze how do they do that they apply now or do they wait to a certain time yeah they can still apply actually online we take we take on new talent at you know all the time yeah you go to the website on until the screen and there's a tab at the top that says apply or join our team one of the other and then yeah you can just you can fill an application and that the new is absolutely stellar actor manager she gets in touch with you right away and we start talking about what you'd like to do so and is there an age restriction we do ask that you're sixteen and older for a little bit of obvious reason they believe you know just to get to work and communicating and and you know because there are nine we get off really late so and we want you to be able to you know not have to now get your mom in a bed and come whatever time though about.

Gina Palumbo hundred percent nineteen years
Searching For a Lost Maya City

Science Magazine Podcast

14:33 min | 3 years ago

Searching For a Lost Maya City

"We have contributing correspondent lizzie wade and she went on a hunt for a lost city high lizzy hazara. Can you talk a little bit about your journey of course so we met up in a city called kami thanh in campus and then we drove about seven hours to part of the mexican guatemala border order. That's a little corner that we were staying at this eco lodge. We had guides from that eco lodge who took us into the reserve montessori so we went up i in a motorboat for a few hours when we set up a base camp but basically from there we were kayaking and hiking in the jungle and it was extraordinarily difficult. If there is no trails carved the guides would michetti through through the jungle but everything has fines. Everything is so different from each other. There's so much information and all the plants are so yeah heterogeneous and there's just like so much stuff around you that it's hard to even interpret individual things who is very easy to grab onto a tree that was covered in spines and not really even realize until your hand was also covered in spines they had to cut every out of the way every step i've been in some pretty remote places before but never a place where humans really hadn't been for for decades or potentially centuries and that was very very hard and it felt like the environment was just pushing us pushing pushing us out you know and making it impossible in the rivers were also completely covered in in brush and had to be the machete from the kayaks and late. It was really intense okay. Should i spoil it. Say whether or not you found missing city yeah i mean i think it's hard to talk about it. If we don't say what happened yes so spoilers. You did not find a long last jedi. Wha- what were you looking for. I went to chapas mexico wisdom archaeologist gal just who were looking for a city called sock belong which was the capital of the condone my there's two groups named <unk> condone one one exists today and one is pre columbian maya group when we were looking for this previous maya groups last capital sok-bom means the white jaguar and the lacandon built it basically to hide from spanish invaders which say successfully did for over over two hundred years. Wow what what's the timeline here and i guess i should ask. What century are we him. Yes so the spanish i come to mexico coach central mexico in the early fifteen twenties so to not mind which is now mexico city the aztec capital falls in fifteen twenty one and that's a pretty straightforward holmquest story aztecs were an empire the spanish also empire or wanted to be so they over that all that outland but when you get to the maya world. It's really really different because there's not really a centralized control. Every city is independent of each other and they're all in this elaborate web of allies and enemies. This finished can't come in conquer one city like <unk> or whatever and then everything passes is to them. They have to do it one at a time getting back to this missing city sock belong the lack unknown live there but they didn't always live there. They actually remove their city to this harder define location yeah though i condone lived on this island in lake miramar which is also a a were attacked by the spanish at least once. Maybe a couple of times. I can't quite remember and they had held out but they knew they weren't going to be able to do that forever. So preemptively the late fifteen hundreds they pack up move really deep into the jungle and built this other city called soccer mom but eventually cycle was taken by <hes> the spanish. Can you talk about how that happened by this point. It's the sixteen ninety s the english colonies in the u._s. Are firmly established at this point. I think harvard university has has been founded. This is very much the world we live in now most of the quote unquote conquest that are going on right now are not huge military invasions asians. It's more proselytizing so these two priests are like we have to convert the people of south <unk> devoted to the idea they hire these local maya ed guides who lead them around in circles for five months without them realizing it because the local mayor are so scared of sock belong like the people insect belong have been rating other my <hes> months and months go by of them just like walking around in circles and then finally they realized some things going on and they hired the leader of another local niagara and we don't really know what his motivation was but if you think of the condone being scary and potentially having attacked this town. This guy may have been like whatever ver- enough with this he takes a spanish. They're it's mostly diplomatic. They're not immediately killed. As previous spanish visitors were they convince serve a retinue of the lacombe leaders to come with them to sit in guatemala for more diplomacy basically but on the way they are on the way back almost all <unk> die get sick and die and it sort of clap says and there's not like a big battle this vantage descend on this town of a couple left one hundred thousand of their soldiers and their allied mike holders cycle. I'm gives really easily at that point and then it is is a spanish town for another fifteen twenty years and then everyone is relocated to closer to the pacific coast of water malla which was part of the the spanish colonial policy of it's called reducing might communities so murray by out of where they've always lived in make them live in his new communities where they easier easier control was surprises me then after all of those events is that the location of sack llamas not known yeah. No it surprised me too because it is done some spanish maps. I mean these are like seventeen hundred maps or not satellite abs- you know it was connected to the spanish world for a while but only only for pretty short time so they didn't really have a huge investment in the place when they move people out the jungle stays the jungle like there's not a huge amount of clear cutting so today the location of sucked plum is within this national park in mexico monsoon ways and it's considered an extremely extremely remote part of mexico. There are no trails no roads. Nobody's allowed to live there while you went with a group of archaeologists to try and visit this lost city what what made them think that they could find it and be what would they get out of finding it despite them existing for overlapping with the spanish colonial state for a couple of centuries. There's really no information about what it was like to live in sok-bom or any of the other independent my capitals that existed existed around this time sochua wasn't the only one was but it was the second to last two to be conquered. They wanna know who they were trading with. How connected they were to the outside world. How not connected they were headed they do this. How did they live in such isolation for so long so the reason they thought they could find it is or the method breath <unk>. They used was looking at the spanish documents from the time. After sokolow had been conquered. 'em spanish visitors would go and then they would go other places they would record their roots and how long it took them to travel to different landmarks lakes or rivers or another town's so you can construct a possible zabul arc of locations of the city and basically we were trying to get as close to that as possible so you have your starting point and then they ceo we traveled for seven days you know about how far they went in a circle exactly he's going to be on size herbal and not the other like you can make some inferences and they didn't record it in kilometers or anything that ban measure of distance we would use so you'd have to estimate how far they could walk in a day and it's quite fuzzy but it's a starting point you do have a description of what the spanish a how described cycle on when they arrived yeah it is about a hundred houses which primative adobe so they will not have survived until now there were three community buildings not quite temples but like city halls and those would have had stone foundations and that's what the archaeologists are interested in finding the region today is known for scarlet macaws the sort of iconic red parrots and apparently condone had semi domesticated them in every day at five p._m. They would fly out of the forest land on all the houses and the spanish. I thought that was amazing and so do i do feel like you were able to keep the same pace as the people who had traveled to suck palumbo for you know when you're looking at a previous trips yeah. It's hard to say i mean we weren't hearing oliver stuff. They would have been like did set up base camps. They probably would have been wearing stuff that was really tough to walk around and you know like lots of wool and potentially metal. This is not easy for them either. That was one of the major her things. I was thinking about in the jungle. I don't really care about the spanish confuses blake we i think we pay far too much attention to their experience in history because they're the ones who who got to write it but i was really taken aback by how similar are experience would have been there because of course a lot. Condone knew what they were doing and like we it ends so we we have we were much more similar to the spanish and i felt like if you have a city a few hundred people hiding out in the jungle against a globalizing belies ing empire like it's only a matter of time until they will be found and incorporated into that empire came away thinking that that really wasn't true at all. Oh it was so hard to do this that the conquest of cyclamen basically every other place in the americas was basically the historical accident and a fluke luke. The conquistadors had to rely on locals to help them find the city. Do you think that that's something that the archaeologists are gonna pursue while help was doc vital for the spanish and vital for y'all just now the ones sort of discovery quote unquote that they were able to make on this trip was the classic period read my it ruins which is a thousand years before sock bolom would have been founded but this town in the region knew about some ruins in this little patrick forest that they protect the reserve and they took the archaeologist they are in. It was really amazing. I mean i've seen a lot of unexcavated archeological sites in this was really special one and they never would have known it was there of the local people hadn't been willing to trust them and and tell them about it was tackle on the hard part is that nobody lives in monte. Sicily's there are people who go in there like their firefighters who might know the reserve. There are people who have lived there as refugees like from the guatemalan civil war are a lot of people took refuge there. There are people who know montezuma's ways a little bit better than average person in chapas but because has nobody lives in it. It's just so hard to find those people in it so hard to find the help that you really need to be able to do efficient archaeology. Let's say how far did you travel in all of this. I think we kayaked ninety kilometers in four days. This is a round trip so we went up river forty five kilometers that was already from the base camp. I think a lot of kayaking on in my life the walking was it was really shocking. How slow the walking. It was about a kilometer an hour which you know if i'm walking in a city i go ten minutes. You know the walking. I think it was like eight kilometers things hype it was it was it was not very long but it felt like we climbed mount everest. A lot of archaeology is don don with lighter these days using radar from planes to find hidden structures. Would that be helpful here in this area. It could potentially work. I think it it'd be really great to do it over months away. I know the archaeologist would love to do that to national geographic funded this huge light our survey of a very similar place in guatemala all and it revealed tens of thousands of of structures that archaeologists didn't know about the thing about lighter is that it's pretty expensive <hes> and it takes a lot of coordination and also when you do light. Are you still have to go out to the potential site and see it so it doesn't totally save you from the explorer our jungle adventure that we that we had one of these archaeologists going to do next. Are they going to go back. They are going to go back which i found a little bit mind boggling wing but they're really committed to exploring this area of chapas <unk> swiss and what stood was a give them some information about how how fast the spanish could travel like. Maybe it was a little slower than we thought. Maybe dot com is closer to these landmarks. If you have to go so slow a lot of the information on the satellite maps about the exact routes of the rivers turned out not to be totally right so it made making a more accurate map much easier and i think the most important thing it did probably was bringing these archaeologist in closer contact with the communities down there both the communities who who live in the towns and the guides themselves who know the reserve very well it takes a lot of work to to build a kind of trust you need to have people both agreed to show you what they know especially since archaeology in mexico as in so many places is often connected to the state and official narratives of off the country and potentially land expropriation and things like that people can be very wary of archaeologists for pretty good historical reasons yeah yea so you know you really have to spend a lot of time. They're showing them that you care about these places and you care about the current people's connection to those places in you're going to respect. That's

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