25 Burst results for "Quito"

"quito" Discussed on Tascha Labs Podcast | Crypto Investment through Macro Lens | Web3 | Blockchain

Tascha Labs Podcast | Crypto Investment through Macro Lens | Web3 | Blockchain

03:43 min | Last month

"quito" Discussed on Tascha Labs Podcast | Crypto Investment through Macro Lens | Web3 | Blockchain

"More entertainment value in the application so that people have to use it and frequent basis you improve the user experience, maybe you get better product partnerships when you get bigger. So those can be the potential ways that you can build network effect when you're a bigger, right? But right now, I don't yet see. A very strong vote from sweatcoins. To be honest. So, but this is something that they are working on, obviously. But that is the question at the back of my mind. Because you see, the thing is, I just posted on Twitter. When you have a large user base, it's not necessarily true that you have a network effect, or a large mode. Which means other people can copy your idea pretty easily and get up to speed pretty easily if they offer some incremental improvement on their product. You see plenty of examples on this in any industry. For example, it would be a good idea. Oh, blue apron. You heard a blue apron. It's this company that offers meal meal kit, basically you deliver to people on a subscription basis, like a food ingredients, to allow them to cook the meal. So they don't have to go grocery shopping, right? So that idea when a company first has started a few years ago, that was a huge hit. They were like a high growth company. But then, and they're a public company today. But then what happens is you get a lot of so many coffee cups, right? Like there are so many meal delivery and food like not food delivery, but just like a meal kit delivery companies today. And everybody's offering something different. Offering organic or vegan or, you know, I don't know, Quito. Whatever kind of meal kit that they offer, or they offer a price discount because they figure out some better way to run their logistics. So then you see blue apron's revenue hasn't grown in the past two, three, or even four years. Really, even though they had a really a head start at the beginning. So that's the danger. When you are a high growth company, you hit on because you hit on a great idea and you execute it. But if you, at the end of the day, don't have that mode, that's what happens. Other people caught on, you just like create a bunch of competitors for yourself. So that is the question to me, as I investor, I would need a better answer on. But you know, I'm sure that's something they have thought of, and they're working on it. So next one, say, all right, so I had a J, which is the cofounder of saint, say, is this layer one chain? Build on cosmos, that is specifically, it's like high performance chain for DeFi applications. For scalable DeFi applications. So this one is interesting. I actually, there are some intelligent questions.

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Coffee Shop Refuses to Serve Border Patrol Agents

The Officer Tatum Show

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Coffee Shop Refuses to Serve Border Patrol Agents

"So one of my good friends to quit they acquit though, sorry, maybe I say his name right. Art de Quito, one of my good friends, he's the vice president of the national border patrol council, and he was in contact with the border patrol agents and he had some intimate experience there at the coffee shop and I wanted him to come on the show to kind of tell you guys what exactly happened at the coffee shop and kind of what's going on here moving forward. So art, welcome to the oce Tatum show. Thank you for having me on, but yeah, my pleasure, all right, so I know you went down there today and they were shut down because they said that there was some equipment issues. But can you tell my audience exactly what happened like hot from the start to finish when the two border patrol are think it was three border patrol agents went into the coffee shop to get coffee? Can you tell us what happened? Yeah, so I got the call yesterday. Obviously because I'm one of the union representatives out here and I'm a national rep. They called me just saying they're experienced. They said, hey, look, we were just looking for a place to grab a cup of coffee. We stopped in two of them were in uniform. There was three there, two of them were in uniform. The female agents were in uniform. They went in there, they were in line waiting when it came to their turn. The barista told them, hey, we don't serve you guys here. We don't serve you. We're not going to serve border patrol. They were in shock because it was other customers there. And what I've been told is the other customers kind of looked at her at the barista going like what the heck is going on. And the agents that are you serious and they're like, yeah, we don't serve you here. We're not going to serve. We don't serve border patrol. And so they went to go out. I mean, they were going to leave. They're not going to sit there and argue with them. You don't want to serve them. You don't want to serve them. And then they said, you can go get your coffee from Trump.

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"quito" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

05:55 min | 2 months ago

"quito" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

"Listening to tool stories on monocle 24 brought to you by the team behind the urbanist, the show all about the cities we live in. We're in Quito to see how a new swathe of skyscrapers by a collection of international architects is changing the skyline of the Ecuadorian capital and having social and structural consequences for the city too. Monocles listen to Elliot, Casa eyes to the skies to find out more. Keto is in a moment of flux. The capital of Ecuador, home to over 2 million people and nestled in the foothills of the Andes, is experiencing rapid growth in the form of a population boom, and an investment in its infrastructure in public transport. The city's valley, some 2850 meters above sea level that sits on the equator, has limited how the city has been able to expand. When I first visited Quito a little over a decade ago, the international airport had just been transferred out of town. For decades, aircraft had landed near the city's Central Park, with the slopes of an active volcano to one side, and a line of mountains to the other. This Intrepid way of landing had limited the height of buildings in the surrounding area to 16 floors. Once moved to a more suitable and, well, safer location 20 miles east, developers could start considering moving up, with new regulations that today allow buildings of up to 40 stories. One local developer who's been at the forefront of this change to Quito skyline is Joseph schwarzkopf and his family run firm. Yeah, we're just finishing two projects in the Central Park of the city called Carolina, first projects called icon, icon with a queue. Because of people that we use the queue because of the city of Quito, we want to brand the projects with the cues so they can have a relation between each other and have a relationship with the city too. Icon is a project designed by jar gingles by big. It's a very interesting project. It's a concrete sculpture at the end. It has these elements in the facade that are these big planters that you can integrate the park with the building. So it becomes this modern structure of concrete, having all these trees from the park going up in fulfilling at the end, tallest building in the city. So at the end, you have a modern building, having the characteristics of the park that's in front and respecting a lot, the public space is in the modernity of all the new city of Quito. I asked how he actually managed to convince some of these big international names to come to Ecuador. I think we're at the end, passion of design, the company started as an architectural company, design is in our DNA. And with great modern architecture, you can do spectacular pieces maintaining that and being unique. You don't need to have buildings the same as Miami or New York here. You have really modern buildings, beautiful design, but with some touch of our culture and we call it tropical Isa. Quito has a strong architectural heritage. The colonial old town was the first to be granted cultural status by UNESCO back in 1978. Something that lives on. During the recent building of a metro station in place of San Francisco, every single paving stone in the square was removed and then replaced by hand, to ensure that the old town was preserved. Levels of care that are rare on this young continent. Architect and magazine director romulo moya has documented the city's changing landscape for four decades. From his studio, he explained how unlike other Latin American cities, Quito has transformed at its own pace with fewer architectural interventions that means this latest construction boom is for the first time forcing residents to really question how the city is going to look and connect. For many years and open to recently, Quito was an island in the Andes, stuck in time. That isn't to say that there weren't several sizable architecture interventions, but they haven't been once they have made a mark on the capital. And like in order major cities, where there have been waves of migration and therefore changes to the design and different influences, Quito hasn't quite experienced this. That's why Quito has kept its historic center. It's the biggest of its kind in Latin America, and impeccably preserved, and this has given the city its identity and an identity across everything. It has been a reference for all city dwellers. Further reiterated by its cultural heritage status. That strong colonial identity, together with perhaps it's more traditional, tight knit society, has made it harder for modern designs to settle in. Having visited again, it feels like today the city is laying the tracks for where it sees itself in the future. And though there will be disagreements about how to do it, there's optimism about the city's potential for change. You've been listened to tour stories, a monocle 24 production. Today's episode was written by the cinder Elliott and produced an edited by David Stevens. Remember to tune in on Thursday for the full 30 minute edition of the urbanist and magic tuck. Goodbye. Thank you for listening, city lovers..

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"quito" Discussed on Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science

Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science

05:18 min | 4 months ago

"quito" Discussed on Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science

"Like why do things have to be this way or what tech should we not be building maybe even if it is possible the other side of this is accountability, I think that you try out in terms of, well, you know, there's a lot of people to gain from AI. There's a lot of applications that are already permeating our lives. I think even on the last episode with Chris, we were talking about just how quickly AI is an applications of AI are spreading at a rate that's much higher than like regulation is happening. So who is really accountable here and to whom and I guess that's connected to the power element of it as well. What did you learn in terms of this side accountability and AI as you as you put together the material for the report? I think here there's accountability in a lot of different areas as well because you have accountability from businesses or governments, you have the big tech accountability is one that I think is probably most familiar to people where we ask for more information about content that's harmful and how it's moderated and that's what how recommendation systems work on social media platforms that type of thing. But you also have I think one example that stood out for me is with the gig work in the episode we did on gig work. There's one woman who is a delivery worker who's the head of an association of delivery workers in Ecuador. And she's on the streets of Quito and when she's interviewed about how these systems work and what concerns her about them, one of the things she said is that the government is so scared to fall behind with AI that they're willing to go with anything. They're so happy to have all these gig platform companies coming from all different kinds of countries with almost no demands made of them for the fairness or the human rights of workers because they want the systems to be there and to thrive and to be like part of this story. This happy story of AI success. And she's saying, but in this eagerness to have a seat at the table for the governments, they're willing to overlook all kinds of things that they wouldn't overlook necessarily in other areas of labor. And so you have a lot of that. I think where you have this obfuscation through the technology that somehow makes people look the other way. Whether it's the consumers or the workers or the governments or the tech workers themselves and that's part of what we need when we're talking about transparency. It's not just can you make a privacy policy that's really clear. It's all these other things as well. Like being really clear and honest about what are the limitations of a system who are they actually working for, you know, all that stuff. So it's a difficult question to answer because AI is everywhere. Yeah, and don't you both I mean, let's be real. Don't you both kind of feel like as consumers or users of technology, there is a little bit of looking the other way and not asking too many questions involved. Every single time I order something from Amazon, Uber eats, I know that if I think about it hard enough, I'm like, well, I really shouldn't be doing this.

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"quito" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

07:30 min | 4 months ago

"quito" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"That would be stupid? All through translation, that would be dumb to do that. Because the trees have to, you know, they have to regrow. So we walk, we live here for a period of time, and then we move. And then we come back. We cycle to about three or four places in our lifetime, because then it's regenerated, the ground is regenerated and come back. Now, we're not all able to do that, but there is some wisdom there that we know in the innovation, the technologies and stuff that is allowing us to do some green building. To do some things in terms of water and recycling of water. And care of it to begin with. And things that would make even when we're talking about a transition period of carbon sequestration of like we don't have to do as much damaging. But indigenous people overall say, if we just left it in the ground and do all the other knowledge we already have, we wouldn't even have to worry at that station of carbon. We could life seeks life. That's another paradigm shift. And the scientists are on it, whether they're biologists or quantum physicists, and I love that because it's like the indigenous people have always said life seeks life. Instead, what most of us was taught growing up is entropy. Everything's in the state of decay. Now, there's some truth to entropy, but it's actually the bigger the paradigm that the big shift is that life does seek life. And we're in a two legged have the ability to really put things out of whack. But that means we all set the ability to be part of the whole, keeping it running and harmony and balance. That's what that's the game on for me anyway, map. I can tell that from you from what you do and your excitement about what you do. Yeah, so I appreciate, I appreciate being able to come here and just have fun sharing what some of the indigenous wisdom that I've had privy to or through my life and still in interactions with from Africa from America's all over Asia. Yeah. And now, yeah, go ahead. Oh, I was just saying it's very cool that you've been able to connect with these cultures all over all over the world. I didn't realize that that I ever hadn't really thought about that if you're part of one indigenous culture you have the ability to connect with other indigenous cultures. And you don't always. I feel I have a privilege and that my work had allowed me not realizing it when you know when the Hewlett Packard send me a Barcelona, they send me bubblegum or send me to Singapore. When I go there, I connect with whoever the indigenous people are there. Nice. And so that has allowed me to do that. And but more and more, part of our prophecies, prophecies are learnings and teachings that some of them are thousands of years old, some of them are just hundreds. The book I wrote was one from just the 90s, but basically in these prophecies, they told us that the time would come when all these kinds of things challenges would be happening and that we are to bring our medicine together. Roberts bring our knowledge and the knowledge is not only to other indigenous people, but it's the whole hoop of like because the hoop is not complete without the red direction, the indigenous people. It's not complete without the yellow direction of the Asian people. It's not complete without the Y direction. The European heritage people is not complete without the black direction, the people from Africa. So we also see that hoop is one. It's one world, and when we mess up on any part, then we have to give intention attention a care and love to bring that back in. And so that's a part of why the learning from each other. And it's visiting sacred sites and then in conversation with leaders, business leaders and government leaders, United Nations and police Bill like that to really see how we are going to respond to these challenges that we have. And then so what's your hope or what's your vision for the next several years for you personally, but then your work and then the people that you work with. What are you working on currently? And it sounds like you're working on, well, you've kind of shared that with us. But ultimately, what's the next step or the next stage for your work and what you're doing? Yeah. Well, I'm always honest. I don't have a poker face, so it's really hard. You know, there was a time a few years ago when I wrote that book, I thought, well, maybe I'm not supposed to be in business anymore. Maybe I'm not supposed to be training coaching and all that. Maybe I get to go be with the indigenous people. Maybe I get to be on the land. And every indication is no. And so the thing to say is that, yes, I get to do all of it. I get to choose. But I am choosing now, again, when I first started my career in my early 20s, I'm choosing to not abandon business. To not have business to defang businesses one of my Friends say because human beings create these and it is for the benefit of community, both the local and because we know it's all connected, that means globally. So my hope is that my services, my wisdom, and the wisdom of those I can bring along with me, will be of service at this time when we have these big challenges. And in that process, for me to continually go back, I remembering of who I am and what I am, which takes me to staying in ceremony. Doing the dances and the songs, knowing how important community is so that I'm coming to my work and authentic from the being place. And that includes what I'll be doing in August, I'm so excited because during the pandemic, I was able to go. But August 18th at 28, 17 to 28th, I'm going to return to the sacred headwaters of the Amazon and take a small group of people who feel called to be with several of the tribes there to learn what they can learn from nature. The importance of culture and who they are and what they are. And we've taken business leaders in the past and then they come back out and it's changed some practices of theirs. And it's reinforced. Some of the things they knew to be true and so they even with bigger heart and mind and hands on all of that. So that's really for me. And then one day, I'm getting kind of, I'll probably write another book, but right now it's a little too busy for writing a book. And so you take boats to the headwaters I'm assuming. Do you get on boats and do you have to be more than that? So fly into Quito Ecuador, and then we take buses through the volcanos, getting you prayer appeared in ceremony with the hot people on quiche while the Andes, then we're on the edge. Then you take a little plane, you take some canoes, you do some walking, you take some more canoes, and you end up in these most fabulous places that matter if you were to go, the first thing you will be with like others, they get out of the plane, the first part where they get in the first and a few minutes ago, what is that? What is that? And you just heard the group only take ten to 15 people. So it's not a bigger. And it's like, it's oxygen. Really? Yeah, I said, well, you don't want pure oxygen would kill a person, you can't. But we

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"quito" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

02:47 min | 4 months ago

"quito" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"And it's called out of floor and it will basically it won't make a lot of difference on a joke because it's pretty much full power anyway. So you're just going to hook up. We're talking to three 40, 300, right? Yeah, so I think so. Yeah. So just it takes an age to accelerate out of it and get the aircraft safely above the stalling speed. But I have a feeling that that won't be so I'm not a surprise that this guy has a did it because a lot of our crews did it. Enough for it to become a thing. Now it's very helpful in these new aircraft on your primary flight display or E 80 I on the older 7 5 7 6 is that still fly around. The ones that are equipped with a speed tape. You have on the airspeed indicator. You have a little trend arrow that gets longer or shorter depending on the acceleration that you have. And it's called the trend vector. That gives you what you projected airspeed is going to be in the next ten seconds. And so the idea is to obviously have a positive speed and get to the next stage of flappy attraction. When the little and I'm talking Boeing again, when the little carrot on your airspeed indicator tells you to do so. And so for example, on the 7 47 out of Quito would take off very, very close to mech takeoff weight out of there and it'd be a flap 20 takeoff. And so you would keep the flaps of 20 until the trend vector went past the little ten Mark and once it got to ten, you'd go to flaps ten, and then one got to 5, you go to four 5 and then the one and then up. And that's very critical from one to up is very critical that you pay attention to what you're doing and that you have the proper acceleration and energy. Because when you go from one up, you're trailing edge is all retracted. All you have hanging is the leading edges and that is where it gets really critical there. And it's really cool because you look at you look at your primary flight display. And you have a set of little amber lines that look like a little mustache, and it's called a pitch limit indicator. The PI. And as you are getting to a point where your angle of attack is going to a critical point that plaid will come down to the center of the screen. And if the center aircraft symbol coincides or touches the PI, that's the point of activation of the stick shaker. And so ideally, you want to keep those two separated. And so

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"quito" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:39 min | 5 months ago

"quito" Discussed on WTOP

"Off savings on fences, decks, and pavers. Go to long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today. It is ten, ten, a running for a runner that is from Arlington recently completed a cross country track. It was a fundraising trip to help others get access to clean water around the world. Michael wardian started at city hall in San Francisco and took to route 50 ending his trip at Rehoboth beach, Delaware, his why. I feel very fortunate to have the gift of running and I figured if I can make it more about just me and help other people along the way, then I wanted to do that. Did prep for this trip he did lots of back to back runs, CrossFit and personal training, warty and tells WTO he also took trips to help him prepare for the heat and altitude like one to Sri Lanka. Where I ran 250 kilometers in a 100° temperatures with 90% humidity. And a family trip to the Galápagos Islands with a stopover in Quito Ecuador where I could get to about 13,000 feet so that I'd be above the highest point that I would face on the journey. It took a lot of planning and teamwork to pull things off. It's really scared me and was something that was super audacious and kind of outside of what I thought I could do. So I wanted to see if I could do it. Las Anderson WTO news. Michael surpassed his goal of a $100,000 for world vision's clean water work. You can read more online at WTO P dot com. Well, it turns out they've expanded the dog park idea to a full size pool for pooches. This in southwestern Virginia. With the dog days of summer here, dogs and Roanoke Virginia have a chance to frolic in cool water. Kevin ketcham is operations manager of what's called

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"quito" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:08 min | 5 months ago

"quito" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So on the ground, humanitarian agencies are providing the bridge for foreign aid to be delivered to Afghan civilians. But in a country suffering from a severe humanitarian and economic crisis. It's nearly impossible for them to do it alone. Reporting Ecuador's capital Quito was again rocked by protests this week the second week in a row. Growing discontent mainly by indigenous groups against growing hardship. The unrest has wrought parts of the capital to a standstill. Ecuador's president Guillermo lasso is calling it a coup attempt. In the latest clashes thousands of protesters infuriated by rising prices through rocks and molotov cocktails near Quito's Congress building, security forces hurled tear gas canisters in a confrontation which left several people dead and dozens injured, and nighttime curfew has now been imposed in Quito a state of emergency in 6 of 24 provinces. These protests were initiated by the powerful confederation of indigenous nationalities in Ecuador, so powerful its brought down governments before. I've been speaking with Daniel Ortega Pacheco. He's director of the center of public policy at espoo university in Ecuador. How would he describe these protests? I would say that this is just the accumulation of social demands and satisfies social demands and very, very legitimate ones. I would say, and it's not only about this current government. I think it comes up since 2017 actually, and it has to do with so many structural changes that are associated with the access to the IMF funding that has now engaged with emotional facility subsidies, but it has also to do with the diminishing of the public sector capability to design and implement effective policies. So what we are facing is that process of a democracy that can not resolve the problems, not the executives, not the assembly. So there is a general discontent that now has been leaded by the individual movement. Tell me about this confederation of indigenous nationalities of Ecuador. They've brought down governments in the past. How powerful are they? I think these are very well established organization. Supported by movements on the ground, different groups at different regions of the country. I would say the differently that confronting governments, I think that they have been able to put into the agenda demands of underneath of the indigenous peoples and I would say it has been very beneficial to reduce some of those structural poverty gaps that they face because they have been accrued across time. So I think that they are very legitimate boys and I would also add to that that at this point of time, the leaders of these organizations are also putting on the agenda ten points that do not only represent their needs, but I think that these are the needs of the entire population that it perceives that they have been postponed and that other priorities have been put in the agenda for better macroeconomic outlook for the government to seek additional international funding. So I think that the message is pretty clear. The government needs to put people first. What is the way out? Both sides say they're ready for talks and accused the other. Of not being ready. I think that the heart of the discussion is an issue of trust. I think we need to build that trust. And for building that trust, key signers from the government, political will to implement and execute in the less available time, as soon as possible, an economic package for the economic recovery to adjust to the economic world transition to climate change. I think that what we are discussing is I just transition the emotion of fossil fuel subsidies makes sense for the environment, but it needs to be worked out in a way that reduces the impact and the burden that peoples who wish are. Daniel Ortega Pacheco. He's director of the center

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"quito" Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

06:35 min | 7 months ago

"quito" Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

"Chaotic thinking and second one toxic schedules. I tell you I am a master of developing toxic schedules and mastering them and as the years go by I'm getting better and better and I still can fall back into those patterns of toxic schedules, but I know how to self regulate a catch myself super quick. When I see, oh gosh, I have gone four hours without nothing moments or without a long enough break or I'm allowing all my team who need something from me to push me in every direction and I'm going longer than I should. So in the past I just try to sort of get the work done. People please or whatever. But I don't do that anymore because that affected my memory my creativity, my productivity, and I'll say things like, okay, I know we have to get X, Y, and Z done. But I've reached my limit, and whatever I produce now is not going to be good. So let me take a break and let me do this later tomorrow in an hour now or whatever. And yes, those people might get frustrated or irritated. If you say that to them, but they're going to get more frustrated and irritated and you're going to be more frustrated and irritated with yourself if you have a larger self to stay in a toxic schedule because your quality is not going to be great. I learned this the hard way and I saw my husband and my eldest daughter are fantastic at monitoring these schedules and I have really listened to them. My husband and my daughter and I've really been my oldest daughter and I've really built that in. My other two daughters are also work for me. They are now also learning from my husband and my oldest daughter to really be much more careful about toxic schedules because it will affect your memory when your conscious mind gets tired and your brain and body get tired, you're gonna feel flat your creativity drops your memory is going to be affected and if you push yourself constantly enough toxic schedules your memory will be affected and it is a whole negative cycle, et cetera because it needs to worry about my memory and my inefficiency and what's wrong with me and I'm acting generating and not getting Alzheimer's. You know, there's all these things that make you even more fearful to just make the situation worse. So just stop the bus and look at your schedule. As you've heard me say on this podcast many times before, what we eat affects how we think and feel, which is why I'm always on the lookout for great food for myself and my family. This is why I was so excited to discover perfect Quito's delicious grain free cereal. Perfect keto serial contains many nutritious ingredients, including almonds, milk protein isolate, medium chain triglycerides, and bovine collagen, each serving contains 9 grams of protein and 5 grams of fat, which makes perfect eater cereal the perfect breakfast grab and go snack or easy meal when you don't want to cook. In fact, this is the only cereal formulated with both MCTs and collagen. I love that perfect keto only uses clean minimal ingredient formulations back by research, which are obsessively tasted to be keto friendly and delicious. All their products are made with real food ingredients to promote better health, no gluten, soy added sugar fillers chemicals or anything artificial. Is it perfect keto dot com slash cleaning up and use the code cleaning up at checkout to get 20% off your order today. That's perfect keto dot com forward slash cleanup with the code cleaning up. The link and details will be in the show notes. So, it's important to take time and rest and not let the clock rule our lives. Or people rule our lives, guys, give yourself time to breathe, get a coffee with a friend going to date night treat yourself to a spot. I do whatever it is that you have to do. Okay, so third thing. We merge with our environments. Now what that means is that we are very interactive beings. We love stimulation. We respond to technology we respond to movies or respond to the sunset we respond remote whenever those our attention we focus on and we merge because it enables us to process this as an entire being spiritual and body of mind brain body and it makes us experience life and it's a beautiful thing that we have as humans. But we've got to watch what we merging with because whatever we merging with is becoming part of you. And if you merge with it a lot and it's something that's unhealthy for you, then you are building toxic patterns into an unconscious which become your drivers. And that can make you feel worse. So just watch where your attention is going. Whatever you pay repeated attention to, which is actually called the quantum Zeno effect in quantum physics is becoming part of your mind brain and body. In other words, part of your neural circuitry, part of the cytoskeleton and DNA of your cells and part of the gravitational field of your mind, which will in turn influence what you say what you do, how you feel, how you act and all that, all the rest of that stuff. And that then feeds back into your mind and then you frustrated whatever and then the cycle gets going. So basically, we need to because of the plasticity of our brain and our body, not just our brain, such as our brain that's plastic. It's our entire body changes all the time. Okay? And so we need a really watch what we emerging with because that is changing your brain and body. And your mind and that's going to change how you show up. So you can look at how you're showing up to find out how you are what you're merging with. So how are you showing up? What are you saying and doing most? What are you focusing on? What's coming out of your mouth? What your perspective? What do you behaviors? How are you feeling in your body? Look at that combination of those signals. And that'll tell you more about the thoughts that you've built, which will tell you what you've spent a lot of time. More than 63 days merging that is stronger you're driven by something of the stronger the behaviors and so on are the more time you've spent merging and if it's toxic, you need to emerge and you need to rewire and that's going to take cycles of 63 days, okay? So we merge our environments because of the plasticity of our brains and bodies and essentially our brains respond to our minds, how we react to the circumstances of life and whatever we focus on the most will be wired into our brains and influence our mental and physical health. We need to pay attention to the external and internal thoughts because if we keep focusing on our toxics, they also grow. So that's not just from the outside. It's the ruminations. It's the thought of what is are you constantly pulling up the sad thought because that sadness breeds sadness. It's going to draw off other ones. If this is what you consciously focusing on, this is attached to a lot of others, and then others will come up. And others will come up on getting more trees so that I can demonstrate this better so I can show this is going to pull up other thoughts that it's associated with. So is this okay?.

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"quito" Discussed on Delicious Ways to Feel Better

Delicious Ways to Feel Better

05:05 min | 10 months ago

"quito" Discussed on Delicious Ways to Feel Better

"On to what they're doing and obviously there's so many different conflicting ways in which you can live your life and approach nutrition in general, well-being, whether you're looking at Quito and then you're doing intermittent fasting and then you're doing a 5 two and then you're vegan and then you're it's overwhelming. How long would you recommend people try something for before they said start slowly start gently start with something you feel really does work in your life? How long would you do that for? So again, it's kind of how long is a piece of string because everyone is so different, but I would say you want to give it at least three months to see if something is going to work for you. Obviously, if it's making you feel worse, then there's a time to stop and say, well, this isn't right for me. But if you're just not seeing an improvement, you do need to allow it that time. And that sort of brings me on to the next barrier I suppose that people really struggle with, and that is consistency and patience. And we live in a world today where, whatever we want, we can have it on demand, you know, if we want to order something, it should arrive the next day we can if we want to order a takeaway and it arrive in ten minutes, we can. And with our health, there is nothing that will speed up the process of working to better health and therefore we have to give it that time and we have to be patient and we have to be consistent. We can not expect to do something for one, two, three days, and see drastic changes. And people really need to remind themselves of that. And say, okay, I'm on this path or this journey because I know that over time it will help. I think that's what surprised me when I ten 11 years ago was looking to change my health was first thought it wasn't linear..

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"quito" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:49 min | 10 months ago

"quito" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Santa Claus, there also has a third Quito that also has the feeling is very simple. And I think this is something that people can relate to. Even when you're going for a dog out there and you're trying to get catch that second win and you have Soto that feeling in which your gasping for air, you have that feeling over the course of 90 minutes. You never catch a second wind. You're always gasping for a breath. You're always out of breath and you're only pushing yourself physically to the edge because you know that that's what's necessary and what's needed to win the game. But every part of your body and in your brain is telling you, this is not safe. This doesn't feel right, and yet you're still sprinting, but every part of your body is saying don't do this, go sit down. This is terrible. What in the world are you doing? And yet you keep going. That's your feeling at sea level pretty much, yeah. I've never caught my second second wind. Those guys are altitude. A couple of times, but nowhere near. As bad as I when did you play that oxygen masks? Does that makes sense? 86. I awful, as Ali said. I mean, you could, you could have been every now and again as long wasn't too frequent. You can put a sprint and right, but it took you. Forever to recover. And then you'll find the last at half time here, because they weren't enough for everyone. Yeah, well, we got earned it was only late 6 months on the wall. Okay. But of course there's 11 cliffs, yes? And it was like poppy's going to try and get a net pull from a dog and lucky enough. And there wasn't it enough. And.

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"quito" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

07:03 min | 10 months ago

"quito" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Stand by news. This from the aviation Herald, a hop, exclamation point, Embraer, ER J one 70 on behalf of our France, registration, foxtrot hotel Bach box buck stop. Bravo X, ray golf, performing flight, 1671 from Lyons to Kane, Khan? I guess France was en route at flight level two 8 zero about 70 nautical miles southeast of Paris, Paris. When the aircraft was overflown by a cessna 5 50 business jet. Yeah. What? That guy had the flaps out still. Now I'm just kidding. I'm just kidding. I'm offended at airline pilot dot com. I apologize. We're starting right off the bat with the offense. Offense are offense. Yeah. Yeah, well, here we go. Anyway, the assessment of 5 50 business jet had been clear decline to flight level two 7 zero. Both aircraft were able to continue to their destinations without further incidents. The BEA reported the assessment of 50 performing a flight from parile bourge to Geneva Switzerland and counter problems with their autopilot while climbing through flight level two three zero. The pitch angle increased in the aircraft suffered a load factor. Not sure exactly what they mean. When that happens, especially now, I hate it when I suffer a load factor. The aircraft had been cleared to climb to flight level two 7 zero, but overflow the Embraer ER J one 70 that was en route at two 8 O. The cessna crew reported they had a malfunction of the number one altitude and speed indication system. The transponder therefore reported erroneously, there were on flight level two 7 zero. This created a loss of separation with the potential of a collision without triggering tcas. The BEA rated the occurrence and incident only incident only an open investigation. I'm a stand corrected here. I thought the 5 50 overflying the Embraer was on the I guess lateral way or just past it, but this is, I guess, it over climbed it, I guess. So yeah, that makes sense. Yeah. So, yeah, apparently that was a potential collision. There and I thought there was some other information that I had read regarding this. No, maybe not. Maybe I'm thinking of another incident. But is that all we know about that? Yeah. I guess. Yeah. I guess the problem with the autopilot is there's clearly there are they took manual control which is what you're supposed to do, which is good through 5 little two three zero, which is fine. You don't. You don't have a two 8 zero anyway. So that's legal. So yeah, I mean, not a lot of information there. I don't think. It sounds to me like maybe one of the altitude speed indication systems was in error, and that was the one that was associated with that particular autopilot and maybe they didn't recognize it quickly enough. But as you say, Rick, just turn everything off, try to figure out what's going on. Oh, it looks like your system is good. Let's go ahead and re-engage the autopilot with that one, not this one, you know, but maybe it just happened so fast that the yeah. And it's perhaps, I don't know, perhaps good to remind folks out there that passed a certain point depending on the country. You go through what's called transition altitude, where you stop referencing your local ultimate setting and start referencing what's called Q and it's 29 92. So everybody is referencing 29 92 for that specific reason. So that everyone is guaranteed the separation that needs to be there for first of all safety. And the reason why you can't have, you can't be handful on a zero to Niagara is because RVS, M starts there. And your separation goes down to a thousand feet vertical, which is sounds like a lot, but when you have coming at each other with a closure rate of almost Mach two, it's really not a lot. So is that the same in every country to Rick the RV SM altitudes or does that vary? So obviously it's the same everywhere. The thing that changes is transition altitude or transition level. I remember that was different. Which is really weird because I remember in Ecuador, the fly from Quito to guayaquil, I think we're going to talk about key to hearing a little bit. But the fly from Quito to guayaquil was only 30 minutes the transition transition altitude coming out of keto with level one 8 zero 18,000 feet. And then transition level going into guayaquil was only 3000 feet. So that made up. Yeah, so that made for a very confusing set of circumstances there if you weren't careful. So that's 18,000 in the United States. Exactly. And it's transition altitude going up and transition level coming down. Hey, Rick, I had a quick technical question about this. So I'm familiar in smaller airplanes, altimeter, or the transponder is getting its altitude information through an encoder. So it's like a piece of transponder, equipment, and bigger airplanes like this with flight management systems. Is that a data packet coming from the aher? Or is it still processing the altitude information on the transponder side? Well, the latter is a bigger airplanes, at least the bones that have flown. They don't have a heart. Basically the input that goes into the ultimate is just that. It's a barometric input that goes under the ultimate, and that goes through an air data computer, and that gets branched off to a myriad of subsystems, including the transponder. And different auto piles, depending on what autopilot you're working with, which is why if you remember back in 1990 6, I think it was a 97. It was an accident. It was an error proof 7 57 that crash into the Pacific Ocean because taken off with tape over the static ports. And they were trying to figure out what their altitude was. And ATC was relaying the altitude to the pilots. But what the piles didn't realize is that the erroneous altitude.

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"quito" Discussed on C’est La Me

C’est La Me

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"quito" Discussed on C’est La Me

"I know that a lot of people are really well meaning. When they say that, you know, oh, you don't have to eat one certain way to be your best. And they quite being your best with your body. So they mean, you don't have to eat one certain way to be thin or to, you know, my goal isn't even thinness. It's just trying to be like the best I can and to look and be at a good healthy weight for me, you know? And so people have the best of intentions when they say, oh, you don't need to do one thing to look this way. But guys, I can't eat just a normal diet just have a sandwich every day or whatever. Like I used to when I was like little whatever. I can't do that every day . I can't do that actually that much at all because I will gain weight. And I don't feel my best when I am at a higher weight, you know, as to what I know what's good for my body. So I really can't do that, you know? I know everyone thinks that you can and you're just not letting yourself be, I'm sorry. I know what I look like. I know what I like and what I don't like and I'm not super strict with myself. So I just know that I can't eat this consistently and look the way I want to look, you know? And so I do have to have rules. And it's just nice because I actually do like Quito and I actually do like intermittent fasting. So it's kind of nice. I don't even have to do them all at once, and I actually tend to not do all of those at once. I feel like if I'm doing intermittent fasting and then when I can only eat like keto foods afterwards, it's kind of like eh, you know?.

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"quito" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"quito" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Quito's first pitch at 6 45. Er KNBR one. Oh 45 and 6 80 ft sports leader giant stands. Baseball is back here into the second day. Buster Posey, Brandon Crawford and Giants Vacations is ready to get you back on the road over the wall. For Longoria, check out the great offers in 2021 as Giants vacations, visits Arlington, New York City and the Hall of Fame. And you can join Murphy Mac for the July road trip to ST Louis. Or if the beaches of Maui are calling your name Giants vacations returns to paradise at the end of the season. For more information to book your 2021 vacation, call 806 700858 or visit sf giants dot com slash vacations. Where will Lincoln Financial take you? What a shot. Thanks, Dad. Seeing her get better than you with every swing. This is financial Security and Lincoln Financial will help you get there as you plan, protect and retire. Learn more at lfg. Com slash find yours. Lincoln Financial is the marketing name for Lincoln National Corporation and Affiliates. COPYRIGHT 2021. This is Larry Flick, owner of the Floor store. July 4th is the one holiday that lights up our country and we want our Fourth of July sale to do the same. So from now to July, 5th everything our stores will be 20% off. That means carpet, hardwood tile and stone, waterproof flooring and even countertops. In other words, 20% off every product in every store at 18 months, free financing and you won't need fireworks. Go to floor stores dot com to find the nearest of her nine showrooms from Santa Rosa to San Jose. The floor store your area flooring authority. Hello, California. Switching to Geico is a good idea, especially when you consider everything. First off Geico makes it easy to switch and you can contact your local agent for personalized assistance. But if it's so easy, you might start thinking everything.

"quito" Discussed on Eu tava la

Eu tava la

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"quito" Discussed on Eu tava la

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"quito" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"quito" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The main air Ken Beautiful Nao can would be the translation Key May is a word from one of the indigenous languages of South America. The song is from the Argentine folk singer who's a literal day. Except that now it's been recast. Remixed re invented really by the Argentine producer known as chunks of Via Sir Quito. Which loosely translates as the pig on the Circle line. It's From Judge of the Year secretos record called Rio Arriba, which is actually a phrase from this song. Before that. We heard Jamais Oh Brown trend sentence led by drummer Jimmy O Brown and some music that he wrote around recording of safflower workers in Japan, harvesting the south flowers. That's from an album called Simply Work Songs. We're listening on this edition of new sounds to the music that takes voices from elsewhere and re contextualize is them. Sam Lee is based in London and does a lot of interesting arrangements of English and Scottish folk songs. He sort of apprenticed with one of the Scottish so called travelers sometimes known as gypsies, although they're not Ethnically related to the Roma people anyway. Sounds like I'm getting lost on a tangent here. But I'm not because his version of Bonnie Bunch of Roses, which is You know, a great old British song I's influenced by and incorporates an actual old recording of Balkan music, which traditionally has been played by Yes, the Gypsies, The Roma musicians of that part of Europe. And so he's drawing an interesting connection between two apparently dissimilar things and the way he weaves in the recording of this old Balkan music. Fits beautifully in this arrangement of Bonnie Bunch of Roses. Let's hear it from Sam Lee and friends..

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"quito" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"quito" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Similar questions. We'll try to answer him on next week's show. Maybe our third segment of each show will be questions from you. Now I want to get into a little bit deeper Thought as to Bitcoin what it is. And this is the information you really, really want to know. I believe you want to know what Bitcoin is? And everything about it many times When people asked what Bitcoin is, people will give you back. The answer that Bitcoin is a crypto currency accrued the currency. That's really terrible answer. If someone doesn't know what Bitcoin is, then they probably don't know what a crypto currency is, either. I would assume Answering a question with an answer that most people don't understand. Not really answering the question it all. So let's start the answer this question by going the Wikipedia Have you searched Bitcoin and Wikipedia says that Bitcoin is the world's first Cryptocurrency, a form of electronic cash sent peer to peer without a need for financial intermediaries. It's the first decentralized digital currency. I see they used Quito and their definition. They even used the term peer to peer. Now, if you're a techie, that definition may make some sense to you. But Wikipedia's answer, maybe still a little too complicated. For the average person or the average boomer toe understand the least ways. Maybe we should start with the basics and answer a question. That may be a little bit easier to explain. I think we need to say what is money? Everyone uses money. Everyone has some money. But what exactly is money? Money is really just part of a system that has been put in place to help with.

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"quito" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

16:53 min | 2 years ago

"quito" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Midnight on this edition of new sounds, some new slash old music from South America. Law swindlers is a family band, and I use the present tense even though this is a band that was founded in 1968 by a shoemaker, who lived in the Amazon jungles of Peru or not in the jungle. He lived in the city, the city of Iquitos in the Peruvian Amazon. And this Shoemaker and his five sons formed a band that played a kind of plugged in psychedelic version of Amazonian cumbia, this traditional boom to the boom, tick, tick boom rhythm that we heard earlier. S O. They were vastly important in the late sixties and throughout the seventies and then kind of fell off the map after that, and were rediscovered in 2011 and have since Performed at places like the Kennedy Center, and you know they've They've really had a a second act to their career. The sons have the father no longer with us. The song we're going to hear is from their early days. It was one of their big hits called Sonido Amazon Echo from law swindlers. Then we'll hear the Colombian band called Combo, Jim Vita. They are from the Caribbean coastal area of Columbia. And they now live here in New York. We'll hear a song called Frio Severo. They to use that cumbia rhythm very often. Then we'll wrap up this set with two Argentine folk singers Miriam Garcia and ELISA Solans and a song called Pete R. L Soul Paint the Sun. In a chunk of the Aesir Quito remix. So all of these pieces have Ah, Kind of trippy Elektronik Psycho Delia aspect to them, beginning with this 19 seventies classic from law swindlers from Peru. What Let me ask you. See You want me to go? Right? Yes, the young man left. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Just call me me me. So, you said. Thank you. Anyway. Okay? Like love. Thank you. That's called Gintare L Soul paint the sun sung by Miriam Garcia and Alicia Solans from Argentina and remixed by the Argentine producer Changsha via Sir Quito. We've heard a couple of times already on this edition of new sounds Before that. The band come Boetsch Mbita, originally from the Caribbean coast of Colombia, but they're based here in New York now. You can actually see and hear of fun set that they did for us in our sound check podcasts. Erie's on our website at new sounds dot or just look up combo, Chim Vita. Song we heard was called Frio Severo severe cold, and before that, from the 19 seventies in the city of Iquitos in the Peruvian Amazon, we heard the band, the family band, Los Swindlers, Five brothers and their dad. Doing a song called Sonido a Masonic Oh! Ah, great example of the psychedelic Amazonian cumbia music as it was known, which they popularized in the late sixties and early seventies. And as I mentioned low swindlers, those five brothers Still around. Still playing. We are listening to some South American music that is at once, both traditionally based or informed by traditional rhythms and sounds but is clearly modern. And still to come. Music from the Uruguay in Argentine band called Bajo Fundo and a Colombian band that's actually still based in Colombia, called Side Stepper. Stay with us for that. You're listening to new sounds. Chi rate in this week on the United States of anxiety, the history of a so called model minority Indian Americans have occupied a curious place in the racial pecking order in this country somewhere outside of whiteness, but still considered exceptional from other people of color. How that come to be And has the Trump era changed the calculus. Racial prejudice in America. That's this week on the United States of anxiety Sunday at six or 93.9 FM and AM a 20 W N. Y. C. W. N. Y. C is supported by Drexel University. Drexel's academic model is designed to prepare visionary.

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What drives trust in news and what can be done to rebuild it

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

02:17 min | 2 years ago

What drives trust in news and what can be done to rebuild it

"The public. Understanding of newsgathering and verification practices is persistently low. What does mean for the issue of trust so one of the things that we aired quito frequently from journalists and senior managers and newsrooms and talk to you for this report Were a lot of efforts around Communicating with their audiences about their newsroom standards journalistic practices emphasizing You know their conflicts of interest policy their crashes in various policies around the way that they collect news in information unfortunately most of the public meet but we know from a lot of existing. Research must've does not understand very much at all about newsgathering says much less The details Along these lines and so we want to. If what we know from enormously perspective what we think is organised for audiences to disarm differentiate between different news sources available them on the basis of the quality of information or the the rigor of the reporting You know we. We'd hope that they'd be able to Know a little bit more about what what's actually going on behind the scenes and basically we. We know that that doesn't really happen. People just don't have a basis of knowledge of what what goes on in terms of journalism and reporting information is is really really low in. That's most of our understanding of that is based on a full countries. And so we really don't very little at all about how this plays melissa's like India especially as brazil. And so you know. I think that's as a starting point for this product. Is you know for for news organizations for him This is a core part of their strategy around addressing trust They have to really be more cognizant of the fact that people are starting from a place where they really just don't have very much understanding about what goes into What differentiates their source from. All other information that they might be seeing in their social media feeds versus

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Addressing Health Disparities in Puerto Rico

Here & Now

03:39 min | 2 years ago

Addressing Health Disparities in Puerto Rico

"Of the continental US, the covert 19 pandemic is happening as the push for social justice continues. Natasha Alford is a journalist for the Gri Oh, and Pulitzer Center grantee. And she traveled to Puerto Rico shortly after the island's political protests in 2019 to understand another uprising taking place on the land What she calls the Afro Latino revolution. She joins us now. Welcome to hearing now. Thank you so much for having me, Tanya. Yes. And Natasha. What? Through lines? Are you saying between the Afro Puerto Rican community and what's happening in other parts of the country in the protests for racial justice? How does PR's history and culture Play out in the construction of race and racial experiences. Yes. Oh, there's so much to unpack there. But you know, the first thing I'll say is after the death of George Floyd, we immediately saw protest. We saw vigils and we saw memorials in honor of his life right in Puerto Rico, So obviously there was something that really resonated with people there. And specifically in Afro Puerto Rican communities. Now often times when people think of Afro Puerto Rican Sze, they may associate them with just one community. One town one neighborhood. I'll give you an example. Louisa has a really high proportion of residents who identify as Afro Puerto Rican. But the reality is that there are black people everywhere in Puerto Rico. It's just his divers as the United States. And so we saw that what was happening in the continental US was really resonating. It's resonating because there are similarities. What have you found in terms of health disparities without for Latinos and other types of disparities? Do they mirror what we see in the continental United States? Yes, I think that there are parallels, and it makes sense, right? Because well, you think about the history of Puerto Rico. There was slavery there as well. Right? Even though our societies may be different, you know, we think of the continental US we think of segregation and Jim Crow. Ah, lot of people just don't know the history of Puerto Rico and and slavery and the aftermath of how it played out. They often assume that Puerto Rico is a Nyland of racial harmony that it is a racial utopia. The phrase La Grande Familia, Kenya. Is about being one Puerto Rican family. But a lot of people will tell you that that's actually not the case. And so with health disparities, one thing that researchers have found is that darker skinned Puerto Rican Sze report poorer health outcomes. And some of the reasons for that are social treatment. The communities in which they live in are sometimes poorer exposure to social stressors. There's ah great research paper that was written that came out of the University of Puerto Rico by Jose Caravaggio, Quito and S. R Boudreau and they talked about Changing the way that we measure those disparities by changing the language we use. So we often think of black and white in the United States, but they did a study where they asked people to list the shade of their skin tone. When they did that they actually got more information that showed what those health disparities were, and the key was using local language and understanding of race rather than trying to impose the continental US is language when it comes to race. Of course,

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Trump tells Utah governor about Romney: 'You keep him. We don't want him.'

The Lead with Jake Tapper

04:02 min | 3 years ago

Trump tells Utah governor about Romney: 'You keep him. We don't want him.'

"Our politics lead today. President trump can't quit earlier today. The president spoke with the nation's governors. And and here's what he had to say to Utah Governor Gary Herbert About Utah. Senator Mitt Romney the lone Republican in the Senate who voted to remove the president. How's it been around me? The president trump on his vengeance store after getting acquitted and firing too key impeachment witnesses from their administration jobs as well as the brother of one of the witnesses and as C. N. N.'s Kaelin Collins reports for us. Now the president may just be getting warmed up today. The White House is standing in by the abrupt firing of two key. Witnesses in the impeachment inquiry they fired. They removed back to their original jobs. President trump has continued his streak of vengeance. Claiming lieutenant colonel. Alex deserved to be fired because of poor performance reviews while on the National Security Council though his attorneys called that obviously Asli False. CNN has learned before they were let go both Vin and anywhere Basseterre. Gordon Sunland or quietly planning to leave the administration. The trump didn't want them going quietly and fired them instead. Officials still claim it wasn't retaliation the president wants to retaliate. Because of the testimony testimony happened was in November and December. It's quite a while ago now in light of the firings Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer Today. Call the nation's inspectors general to protect whistleblowers whistle blowers telling the Pentagon vin was viciously attacked for bravely stepping forward. To tell the truth. The president is still lashing out at those he can't fire. WE'RE CONTINUING HIS ONSLAUGHT AGAINST UTAH. Senator Mitt Romney who broke with the Party and voted for impeachment. Romi you it today. Trump also touted his administration's four point eight trillion dollar budget proposal that features major cuts in eligibility changes in federal safety net programs like Medicaid food stamps and disability claims while boosting military spending. We're we're going to have a very very good budget with a very powerful military budget because we have no choice award now of course take. That budget is largely meaningless. It's a political. Political document is not actually going to go anywhere but this all comes as the president is going to have his first rally here in New Hampshire tonight since he was acquitted. Of course this is the first state that actually gave the President of Big Victory Twenty sixteen and we're being told by officials to expect him to make impeachment a cornerstone of his twenty twenty pitch to voters and expect him Antonin unrestrained tonight take all right Kaelin Collins with the wings live and let die playing behind her. Thank you so much. Let's chat about this so to Lou There is this push this spin by trump people that oh no. He didn't fire anybody. They were on their way out anyway but right after president trump fired sunland and had been reassigned from the National Security Council son. Donald trump junior tweeted this. Allow me a moment to thank and this may be a bit of a surprise. Adam Schiff were it not for his crack track investigative skills president trump might have had a tough time on our thing who all needed to be fired. Thanks Adam so I mean it's pretty clear what this was all about. Yeah yeah this is sort of a trump to step where he tweets something that maybe a little bit ambiguous that most people know what he's talking about and then his administration officials come out and say no he's not actually he doesn't actually mean that he means means something different and then eventually either the president or someone close to them spills the beans and says actually yeah. This is what I meant and I think it's pretty clear to anyone who's watching is that the president was waiting for his acquittal. Quito to get rid of and to target people he thought were disloyal. Even targeting the brother of a witness who no one in the White House and said why he was march out of the White House. The brother of Alexander intervenign someone who is not testifying was not part of this Ukraine scandal in any major way He was marched out of the White House. Unceremonious leave though. He's a veteran as well. So this is clear that the president is on a revenge tour and as Caitlyn said. There's a sense that more people could get caught up in this as

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Ecuador president declares 'curfew' and 'militarization' in Quito

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

Ecuador president declares 'curfew' and 'militarization' in Quito

"The president of Ecuador today imposed a curfew in the capital keto and has sent troops on to the streets to enforce it the move follows more than a week of violent protests over cuts to government fuel subsidies demonstration leaders and Ecuador's president are due to hold talks later

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Ecuador's protesters march; clashes break out in Quito

The World

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Ecuador's protesters march; clashes break out in Quito

"Today indigenous led protesters began a national strike after president Lyndon Martino refused to give in to their demands to step down businesses were closed in the streets of Kato and other cities were empty of traffic but full of protesters since October third violent demonstrations have rocked Ecuador after president Moreno cut government subsidies on gasoline

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Ecuador bus crash outside Quito kills 24, injures 19

WBZ Midday News

00:31 sec | 4 years ago

Ecuador bus crash outside Quito kills 24, injures 19

"One bus crash. In Ecuador has claimed at least twenty four lives nineteen others were hurt when the bus, careened into another vehicle. At high speed and then overturned as happened on a highway right near the. Capital of Kito transit police say the majority of the passengers aboard were from Columbia but that Venezuelans were also among the dead it's the second highway tragedy in less than three days in that country back on Sunday twelve people were killed another, thirty hurt when a bus carrying fans of the Ecuadorian soccer team Barcelona, SC, overturned on a highway near

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Violence Hits Pakistan on Election Day

BBC World Service

03:04 min | 4 years ago

Violence Hits Pakistan on Election Day

"Many thanks indeed for the latest this is Newsday from, the BBC Zimbabwe prepares for its election we'll be hearing from our team led by Julian keen on, how the second. City blew away is preparing for that, election also Demi Lovato the Disney child star. Recovering from a suspected overdose in LA tariffs showdown, between the EU and the, US is Donald Trump says America won't be the piggy-bank raided by the world sport. With Matthew and the latest on the dreadful wildfires in Greece all that coming up here on news pay But we start with Pakistan at least twenty five people have been killed in an explosion in the city. Of. Co-editor as millions of people voted vote in a general election amid tight security our correspondent security commodity joins us from Islamabad now Kunda we were, speaking earlier we mentioned eight hundred thousand police security troops deployed across the country but we see this, explosion less troops. In Quito what went what went wrong here Well what we know so far details are still coming in is that a apparent suicide attack targeted a police vehicle outside. A, polling station in quitter quitter is the prevent is the capital of the. Western province of Balochistan same province of Balochistan that, was targeted in another large suicide attack just under two weeks ago in which nearly one hundred and fifty people were killed at a political rally one of. The worst attacks by, militants in Pakistan's history Balochistan an quitter, has been more vulnerable to, militant attacks in the rest of the country overall the security situation has greatly improved in Pakistan over the past few years if we compare the situation to two. Thousand thirteen when the last set of elections. Take place ho political parties simply. Weren't able to campaign because of the number of attacks that were, being launched against them but, as you say security. Is still, clearly a huge concern A day of tragedy for the people in Quetta and we know that this campaign was marred by violence as you also mentioned will people now be put. Off from going to, polling stations will it affect voting turnout Suddenly so far it seems that in the other, main cities of Pakistan Karachi And this Lombard. Rawpindi the haven't been incidents of violence turnout seems to from from. The anecdote all things that we've seen so far seems to be quite high. So it's hard to say that if people, will be will be put off certainly what happens in Quetta now is unclear. Could possibly be delayed these decisions that are being, thought about as we speak but the election campaign has been very tightly contested and that's. One of the reasons why China is expected to be on the higher side Paul picked a tight race between the PM party which had been in. Power for the past. Five years and Imran Khan's PTI party Kamani from Islamabad. Thank you very much this.

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