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Fresh "Ramirez" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"You listen. It Saturday, February 4th, welcome in to WTO PE time now this early hour three, 28. Grab the good weather all the age, when it breaks, good morning to Carlos Ramirez with us this early morning in the WTO P traffic center. Good morning, dean, we're looking at very few incidents around the D.C. Maryland Virginia areas however we are seeing a few work zones. For example, eastbound side of 66 between 28 and the fairfax county fought Parkway, the over on the left hand side of the roadway, but you'll also find them blocking the ramp that takes you onto the fairfax county Parkway. You aren't able to go northbound or southbound from the eastbound side of 66. Now it does seem like the westbound ramp is open so you should be fine there. If you are headed eastbound and you were planning on taking the Parkway, maybe route 50 or 28 is a better option for you. It sounds like we have an accident seen on the fairfax county Parkway itself. Looks to be right by Braddock road. I'm seeing a slight delay there. No camera, but it looks like we have a few emergency vehicles headed that way now. So be careful and be aware as you make your way out. I 95 looks good. Headed towards the Springfield interchange, no issues on three 95. If you're headed through Arlington, it sounds like Columbia pike is still closed by Walter Reed drive for police investigation. Hopefully they clear that out before morning rush. In D.C., New York avenue is a little crowded by bladensburg road. You will find bladensburg pretty crowded there as well as you make your way up towards the echo stage area. Remember, plenty of folks walking around around this hour. BW Parkway inside the beltway looks good, no issues outside the beltway either if you headed up towards Baltimore I 95 is a good option. Two 70 looks great. Southbound has a work zone though, that one's gonna be near three 70. Carlos Ramirez. WWE traffic. Storm team four tracking an extremely cold air mass making its way across our region. Now the good news is we're not going to see as
Ex-Border Patrol agent convicted of killing 4 women in Texas
"A former border patrol agent who killed four sex workers in 2018 in Texas will spend the rest of his life behind bars. With a jury find the defendant David Ortiz guilty of the offense of capital murder of Jordan the indictment. Audio courtesy of KSA T shortly after the verdict, the judge and San Antonio, Texas, sentenced former border patrol agent Juan David Ortiz to life in prison without the possibility of parole. The jury heard recordings of Ortiz telling investigators that, although he was a customer of most of the sex workers, he killed them because he was trying to clean up the streets in his hometown of Laredo, Texas, following the verdict the families of the victims got to speak, Gracie Perez, whose sister in law Melissa Ramirez was murdered, sent Ramirez's children are now broken, and that her own heart is torn apart. I'm Donna water
"ramirez" Discussed on Code Story
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"ramirez" Discussed on Code Story
"Decisions went and how you coped with them. Anytime we're building any kind of product very quickly, especially the MVP, there's a ton of tradeoffs to be made. A lot around speed efficiency scalability, the weather these are going to be real and meaningful. So one of the key issues was, hey, we're building out something that's going to let you see connection for another team that you haven't met before. You know, it's not like we could look at that and say, um, these people really are really connected. Our platform is doing the right thing. So one of the questions was, how do we measure connection for other people that we've never met before? What kinds of data do we have to get into build a baseline view that is real enough and meaningful enough for a team that we've never met before? That may be on the other side of the world, and we have to show them a connection score in this graph that's going to be meaningful. So that was the first question was like, how are we going to measure connection for teams? How are you going to display it to them in a way that is believable and credible to people? And I would love to just let you think of this for a moment about how much of an impression that this can make if this information is wrong. So imagine that we show you your graph where you're a team, your graph says, hey, this person over here, this person's not well connected to the rest of your team. You might look at that and that might that person might be you. And you might say to yourself, like, what are you talking about? I'm really connected. So if we're going to surface that kind of information on the platform, we have to really stand behind it and we have to believe in we have to think we're able to measure this level of connection for someone. We haven't met before. They're going to look at this themselves and see their own little person on the graph and the level of connection that they have to other people. So getting that right was the first thing was how do we get that right in a meaningful way that's still going to be an MVP where we can build upon it and we can make useful inferences out of that. Another issue that we came up with was how do we surface this for people on that platform in a way that's meaningful and useful for them. And then connect that somehow to our events, right? Because we have these events. So let's say they double click on it and they say, yeah, this team over here, they're not as well connected. What should we do? Now we've got to figure out a way on our MVP to also surface the events that we're recommending, where we're going to recommend that's also in salsa workshop or we're going to say, you know what? Would be really great. We think it would be great if these people made key lime pie together. Or we think it would be great if we brought in a comedian and the comedian helped to remove the isolation of this leader by putting them on the hot seat for a little bit because that would open up some vulnerability
Guardians take WC opener as Ramírez homers, Bieber dominates
"The guardians take game one of their AL wild card series edging the rays two to one Shane Bieber earned the win for the guardians Bieber struck out 9 giving up just a 6th inning solo blast to Jose ciri and three hits over 7 and two thirds innings It was a hard fought win it was a dog fight like we expected Just a huge team win all around That was kind of how we expect to win ball games Clothes are a manual cloth they recorded the final four outs for the save Guardians third baseman José Ramírez answered Soto's Homer with a two run bomb in the bottom of that 6th inning which made a loser out of race starter Shane mcclanahan I'm Denny Capp
Ramirez's double in 11th, Rays top Guards, tighten WC race
"Ramirez second RBI double of the night helped Tampa Bay snap a two game skid and pull the raise within a game and a half of the wild card leading Blue Jays The rays used 8 relief pitchers while the guardians trotted out 5 José Ramírez went three for 6 with two RBIs for the AL central champion guardians who saw their 7 game winning streak come to an end
Bieber wins again as Guardians beat White Sox 4-2 for sweep
"The guardians have a firmer grip on the AL central lead following their 15th win and 18 games four two against the White Sox Shane Bieber is 12 and 8 after winning his fourth straight start allowing two runs in 7 hits over 7 and two thirds José Ramírez backed him with a pair of sacrifice flies and Stephen Quan provided an RBI triple losing pitcher Johnny cueto gave up all four runs and 8 hits while striking out three in the first 6 innings Cleveland is a season high 16 games over 500 and leads its division by 7 games The guardians can wrap up The Crown as early as Sunday I'm Dave ferry
Guardians beat Twins 7-6 in 15 innings, sweep doubleheader
"The guardians took a pair from the twins 5 one and 7 6 That gives Cleveland an 8 game winning streak against Minnesota and a four and a half game lead over the White Sox in the AL central In the opener Shane Bieber allowed a run in four hits over 8 innings I found myself kind of in cruise control in the middle innings there and made a mistake to walnut but all in all it was a good start to a double header He was backed by a José Ramírez home run The guardians made it a sweep when Austin hedges scored on an error by shortstop Jermaine palacios in the 15th inning I met Rosario had 6 RBIs in the twin Bill collecting four hits in each game I'm Dave ferry
Ramírez homers as Guardians beat Angels for 6th straight win
"The guardians or owners of the 6 game winning streak following a 5 three decision over the angels José Ramírez hit a tiebreaking two run Homer in the 8th inning allowing Cleveland to move a season high 11 games over 500 Ramirez leads the guardians with 111 RBIs Oscar Gonzalez and Andrew Jimenez each had three hits for the AL central leaders who opened a four game edge over the White Sox Jimenez scored two consecutive runs to help the guardians wipe out a three one deficit Trevor Steven got three outs for the win and James corrine check worked the 9th for his third save I'm Dave ferry
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 2:03 a.m. EDT
"AP's board time Josh rowntree we start in baseball where rain postponed one of the day's biggest games between the Yankees and twins But in Kansas City the guardians got a second straight victory more from correspondent Greg eklund Shane Bieber pitched 8 strong innings and gave up only four hits in the Cleveland guardians four one win over the Kansas City Royals Innings is the ultimate indicator of success The longer longer you pitch the probably probably the better you're doing So I'd say going deep into the ball game is the most important for me And probably the rest of the staff as well The only run off Bieber was a solo home run by Salvador Perez at a pitch that was outside the strike zone and the right handed Perez went to the opposite field A two run single by José Ramírez in the third gave the guardians the lead for good He has driven in 108 runs this year A big series in the AL east Baltimore got past Toronto 9 6 as the Orioles pulled to three and a half games behind the Blue Jays for the AL's final wild card spot The Cardinals topped the nationals four one Jose Quintana allowed a run over 5 innings as St. Louis leads the NL central now by 8 and a half games We need this wing really important to try this series and you know keep going The race At the U.S. open Caroline Garcia defeated 18 year old American coco golf 6 three 6 four to reach her first Grand Slam semifinal at age 28 The 17th seeded Garcia had lost both of her two previous matches against the 12th seed goth but stretched her winning streak to 13 matches In the NFL Mike Tomlin announced that Mitch trubisky will be the starting quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers in their season opener and Cincinnati with rookie Kenny Pickett the top back up And in college football the new AP poll is out with Georgia bypassing Ohio State for the number two spot Alabama remained the top team Josh rowntree AP sports
Bieber, Ramírez send AL Central-leading Guardians over KC
"Shane Bieber pitched 8 strong innings and gave up only four hits in the Cleveland guardians four one win over the Kansas City Royals Innings is the ultimate indicator of success The longer longer you pitch the probably probably the better you're doing so I'd say going deep into the ball game is the most important for me And probably the rest of the staff as well The only run off Bieber was a solo home run by Salvador Perez at a pitch that was outside the strike zone and the right handed Perez went to the opposite field A two run single by José Ramírez in the third gave the guardians the lead for good He has driven in 108 runs this year Greg iklin Kansas City
Mitch Haniger's homer lifts Mariners past Guardians 3-1
"Mitch annagh homered in the Mariners opened a four game series by holding off the guardians three one The ems didn't score following Hannah's three run bomb in the first inning but they didn't have to while Marco Gonzalez retired 16 of his final 18 batters We just had a steady mix and had just followed our game plan And just went back to doing what we do which is execute pitches Gonzalez gave up four hits and blank the guardians after José Ramírez poked an RBI grounder in the second losing pitcher Tristan Mackenzie's retired 18 of his final 20 batters after Hannah's Homer Mackenzie allowed just three hits I'm Dave ferry
Quantrill stifles former team as Guardians beat Padres 7-0
"José Ramírez went three for four with a pair of home runs leading the Cleveland guardians to a 7 to zero victory over the San Diego Padres Ramirez homered in his first two at bats versus Padres starter Blake Snell who was chased from the game after a 5 run fourth inning Cal quantrill through 7 shutout innings allowing just 5 hits and striking out 6 for his tenth win of the season Fastball commands where it needs to be and I've been pitching with a lead a lot lately I feel like I've been getting ten runs of games so a lot of credit to the boys are playing great defense and putting up a lot of runs from my pitch The guardians have now won 12 of their last 16 games Philip gon San Diego
Ramirez has 3 hits, drives in 2 as Rays beat Royals 3-2
"Harold Ramirez had three hits and two RBIs for the raids and a three two victory over the royals Ramirez provided a pair of RBI singles The last snapping a two two tie in the 5th inning He's hit safely in 5 straight games since returning from a broken thumb Christian bethancourt added a Homer to Tampa Bay 7th win in 9 games The rays received four and a third score of sittings of relief after Ryan yarbrough tossed 82 pitches Sean Armstrong picked up the win in Pete Fairbanks notch the save Kansas City starter Zack Greg he was lifted after allowing two runs and 5 hits over four innings I'm Dave ferry
McKenzie gets 14 Ks, Guardians rally 5-2 over White Sox
"The guardians almost wasted a strong performance by Tristan McKenzie in a two one win over the White Sox Mackenzie struck out a career high 14 without a walk over 7 innings but he left the game trailing two to one before getting the victory Cleveland scored four times with two out in the 7th to stay atop the AL central Rookie Stephen Quan tripled home to go ahead run and scored on Ahmed Rosario single Andres Jimenez followed with a two run single José Ramírez has 99 RBIs after belting his 23rd home run a solo shot in the 6th I'm Dave ferry
Guardians score 6 runs in 8th, rally past Tigers 8-4
"The guardians erupted for 6 runs in the bottom of the 8th to beat the tigers 8 four The late runs all came with two out including a go ahead two run double by José Ramírez Tigers reliever Andrew chaffin struck out the first three batters in the inning but the third was a wild pitch Rookie Stephen Quan and Oscar Gonzalez added RBI doubles while Cleveland collected 5 consecutive hits Quan scored on the go ahead hit Hidden contagious barrels are outs and we got some lucky balls to fall So that's just baseball and luckily we got on top The outcome allows the guardians to retain their one game lead in the AL central I'm Dave ferry
Canadians Quantrill, Naylor lead Guardians over Jays 8-0
"Cal quantrill José Ramírez and Josh naylor led the guardians to their 6th straight win and ate nothing shut out of the Blue Jays in Toronto Quantrill was brilliant in winning his 5th straight decision allowing a hit and no walks while striking out 7 over 7 innings Ramirez belted a three run Homer and drove in four as Cleveland handed Toronto its third straight loss Naylor added a two run blast for the AL central leaders Jose barrios was tagged for 8 runs and 8 hits over four innings to lose for the first time in 12 home starts this season I'm Dave ferry
Quantrill throws 6 shutout innings, Guardians top Astros 4-1
"The Guardian shook off consecutive 6 run losses to Houston by downing the Astros four to one Cal quantrill improved to 11 or 36 starts in Cleveland allowing three hits and a walk over 6 scoreless innings Ahmed Rosario had a two run single and José Ramírez added two hits and an RBI Andres Jimenez and miles straw each had two of the guardians ten hits Cleveland beat Luis Garcia who fell behind four zero in the second inning Garcia gave up 9 hits over 6 frames and dropped to 8 and 8 I led miss Diaz doubled home the Astros lone run in the 9th I'm Dave ferry
Hedges drives in 2 to break tie, put Guardians over Rays 5-3
"Austin hedges supplied the tie breaking hit and Cleveland won a series against the rays for the first time since 2017 taking the rubber game 5 to three Hedges hit a two run double in the 5th inning to help the guardians finish 6 and 5 on their road trip The double came after Cleveland wasted a three zero lead Miles straw hit a two run single and José Ramírez picked up his 84th RBI with a base hit Reliever Kirk McCarthy picked up the win allowing one run over three and a third innings Shane mcclanahan tied a season low with four and a third innings Surrendering 5 runs 7 hits and three walks I'm Dave fairy
Bell hits 3-run HR to rally Nationals past Cardinals 7-6
"Josh bell slammed to go ahead three run Homer in the 7th inning to push the nationals past the Cardinals 7 to 6 Bell was hitting three O 5 with 14 homers and 57 RBIs as his name is often mentioned in trade talks before the deadline Another possible xnet is Juan Soto who was one for one with three walks and two runs scored Baldy young's two run blast in the 5th gave the red birds a 5 four lead before they fell four games behind the NL central leading brewers Erasmus Ramirez picked up the win with help from Kyle finnegan's fourth save
Lowe and Díaz homer, Rays beat Guardians 6-4
"The rays finally broke through against the guardians in a 6 four victory Brandon Lau and yandy Diaz built the two run homers for Tampa Bay which scored just one run in losing its previous two games Diaz put the raise ahead 5 one in the 5th Corey Kluber allowed four runs and 8 hits with a season high ten strikeouts in 6 innings against his former team Pete Fairbanks fan José Ramírez on three pitches with two on to end it Andres Jimenez homeward for the guardians who are 5 and 5 on an 11 game road trip Zach police act fell to two O 9 yielding 5 runs in as many innings I'm Dave ferry
"ramirez" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Get it. But wherever you go, go. Great to have you here on a Monday and as we continue to build up for SEC basketball, we have amber Ramirez and Devante Davis from the university of Arkansas. Amber Devante, thanks so much for being here. We appreciate it, amber let's start with you, you play for one of our favorite coaches in the SEC every time we come out to Fayetteville we have a great time talking about everything but basketball, but you know that drill with coach. How's everything going? And I know there's pretty big expectations for this season. Yeah, everything's going great because staff is doing a great job get the young players and the transfers in that we have just get the chemistry right with the returns that we have. We're very young this year. So I think they're doing a great job and the expectations we have this year. We're just going to try to meet him as best we can, just work hard every day. I think we're talking to him later in the week, game or he always regales me with his stories about what a great musician he was back in the day and I said, why don't you worry about the basketball? Let the musicians worry about what's going on with music. Let's talk to you Devante because I know last year that was an amazing run for coach us and the team and you are a huge part of that is one of the younger players. What was that experience like getting to the 8? It was for sure. Of course, going into the lead 8, having a team that we had in the culture that we have, but we got new pieces in this year on the staff and on the team as well. So we're looking to go even further this year. That would be pretty cool. It's been a while since Arkansas made it to the final four. I know you want to get the season started, but when you end the season like that and it really was remarkable, I guess it's hard to bottle that and push it back because it's still I was in Arkansas a couple weeks ago. Fans are still talking about it as you well know. I have for sure. It was amazing. Not every team could be in a position where it was in last year. So as a group as a new group coming in, we have to meet the expectations and had a chip on our shoulder and just be ready to play every single every single night. And amber, we've watched this Arkansas women's program come from way back and then have that run a year or two ago and the tournament and then finally start to make some noise last year. What is this journey been like? I know you've been part of it a couple of years and have been able to see it from all sides. Yeah, the first year that I was able to play art season got short 'cause of COVID. And I think that team could have made a special run in the tournament in last year. I mean, we didn't want to in the way we wanted to, but we made a pretty special run, it was just that was one of the reasons why I decided to come back is because the way we ended. And I think this year, I think we have a chance to make some more history for the university of Arkansas. In amber, yeah, the expectations are pretty high. I saw one of the predictions the other day, the preseason and you folks are up there pretty good. So I really do hope you can do that. Devante expectations for the men are significantly higher than they've been in a long time. How do you shut the noise out? I know it's hard not to listen to what's being said about your program. But you have to be able to focus on practicing and obviously getting ready for the season. So how can you handle that part of it? Yeah, it's for sure. It's kind of hard going around campus going around the state of Arkansas, and not hear about the man's basketball team, and so just knowing that the run we had last year is behind us. It's history, of course, but we got more work to do as a team as a coach of staff and as a culture. Nobody's got a bill can keep building, or get the new guys meshed in there and we go continue to work harder than everyone else in the SEC, and they want us in the country. Amber and devonta, I know you're playing for the both playing for the inversion of Arkansas, but how much camaraderie is there between the men's and the women's, obviously, you see each other probably every day or close to every day. What's it like, amber? It's great. We both support each other. Yesterday we were at a lot of the women's team was at the men's exhibition game. They come to our games to support us. So I think that when we see each other, it's always good talks about basketball, and we just all support each other the best we can. Devante? Yeah. Just like Emerson. We always see each other. We're in a trainer when we see each other. We all have communication and it's great. And we're a great bonding community..
"ramirez" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
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"ramirez" Discussed on Future Hindsight
"Our guest is christina since soon ramirez. She's the executive director of gen america. Where she's focused on building democracy up one young voter at a time. She has deep experience in being a citizen change maker whether that's working with the immigrant community standing up for workers running for us senate or harnessing the political power of young people..
"ramirez" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football
"It's nothing been positively encouragement and telling him come on. Let's go and this that the other. And then if he has something to say he either does it behind closed doors or he's doing it when the unit convenes for it for a defensive meeting. And that's what i've been impressed with most is a lot of these coaches are on the same page and the mentality come from the same old school. That gruden does in old school. You talk about those guys spit in and pulling guys around by their helmet. I all i could picture his rod. Marinelli doing that. Anybody on the d. line. I picture rod marinelli. Doing that was any. I would love to see a fan of happened to me. My first year of tackle football. I remember how old i was playing for. The jubilation raiders coincidentally Here in las vegas practicing at sunset park and my old coach dan. hi element. It was one of the first co practices with pads. And you lie late. You laid on your back helmet-to-helmet and you had to get up and run straightforward and and whoever got the best of the other one and i was scared of getting hit i just i did you know i just love. Playing football played street football lightbulb football with the nerf but as far as tackling and get hit i wasn't having it and i think it might have been five six times and i remember him yelling. We are not taking a water break until ramirez gets this right and that was the day that i grew up inside of tackle. Football became a cornerback. Which is why a big fan of the secondary especially nate hobbs. Well let's get into that. You were talking to a high school coach. I believe right for a piece that you have coming up. What can you tell us what you learned about nate hobbes. Yeah he He's obviously been the biggest surprise out of the twenty twenty one draft class. He's been just making plays during the seven on seven during the one on one drills. We've seen him step up. I remember filming a video and putting it when they were there was one day where they let us film extensively which they hadn't been doing and i had a great shot of him and he quoted it and the quote that he he just put an emoji and it was a meditation emoji above a above. My tweet he deflected a pass but in the video he was upset that he didn't pick it and every time we've asked him a question about a standout you know Play that he's made it's always been a critique of himself rather than a humble brag and i've been impressed by his humility and so when i talked to his coach for actually. The story came out yesterday. Tuesday morning for the associated press. And you know so. Many people have been writing about up. So i wanted to reach back to when he was in high school. I was shocked to find out that this do did not get his first serious look until november of his senior year and he committed in december illinois. Which at the time was coached by lovey. Smith was shocked. That there wasn't. I think western kentucky the hilltop. I was the only one that had an offer on the table. Louisville nothing kentucky. Nothing this dude starred for chris. Wool at louisville's male high-school and it is the second winningest high school program in the history of high school. Football behind valdosta in georgia. The second most wins of all time and wool. Chris wolf said that he never really has to play to a player's right..
"ramirez" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football
"Those guys and i don't think that we should see some of the around the league and you see the injuries at the linebacker position as we spoke about now. The offensive line is a work in progress This is going to be an area. I'm intrigued to see against the first rank. Defensive lineman working cohesively I wanna know how the running game is gonna react with new linemen in front. We have seen some of the guys that are going to be worked into the starting lineup in the trenches on the offensive line and the defense of some of the faces. We've seen some rookies emerge in the secondary. So i've seen improvement based off last year. And i think it has to continue but i think it's based off of what we've seen at the practices and in the training camp in one on ones in in in the seven verse seven younger. There's there's there's one specific area that i'm just not sure after two preseason games against seattle which played somewhat of a vanilla game in the opener pete carroll din plotter starter. So it's hard to gauge. The rams things got feisty all week. And i think that they sort of went into that. A little of the coaches went in a little more cautious after that group broke up that that practice that you know were tempers flared. One thing is with this running. Game as mention the raiders were in the upper half of the league with one hundred nineteen point eight yards per rushing game. They ranked nineteenth with four point two yards per attempt. Josh jacobs rates eight with a thousand yards and night with seventy one yards per game but yards per attempt. Jacobs was forty third in the league near the bottom with three point nine per carry. That's something i think. They have to be improved on It ordered to move the chain better and sustained drives especially in the red zone which is another area of improvement. That gruden talked about during the the before eighty games. I happen to ask him a question after the seahawks game which somewhat he's somewhat snapped. It's an obvious topic. But he didn't like post game question and it was actually meant to be somewhat complementary because they went in the red zone four times and they score each time touchdown twice. You'll go twice by him calling it a sore subject to me. It's still something that's bothering him. He needs to be fixed defensively. The biggest improvement that needed to be made has been the brightest component in that. It's that's the secondary. I like what i'm seeing from. The entire defensive backfield and once a healthy unit is established. We're going to see impact plays carry into the regular season. Probably helped his team in terms of getting the ball back into the offense is hands ek time. So we're gonna come back talk a little bit more about that and other topics as well here on the.
"ramirez" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"All right everyone. Welcome back to one life radio. This is bernadette with junior in the mix. We are broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheartmedia as well as in southern california on. Abc news talk. We have jared ramirez with us. He is the ceo of enviro medica makers of tariff laura and sponsor of one life radio. Environ medica is a natural health and wellness company founded in two thousand seven inspired by nature and ancestral health. They make premium foundational products to support whole body nutrition and help people achieve optimal health their tariff laura deep. Immune subotic a symbiotic. Is the twenty twenty one next the award winner for the best new product. Supporting a healthy got microbiome by natural products expo. I am so proud to have them. In the as a sponsor and always love having jared on the show you can find jared at environmental dot com. Jared how you doing today. I'm doing excellent bernadette. How are you. I'm good i'm good. You know. I love this topic. So many people are talking about the benefits of beef lever. So as we know you know you guys are the makers of the award-winning probiotics. But what led you to develop a beef liver supplement. Jared so good good question you know we Basically falls under the ancestral health umbrella You know gut health. And the microbiome is is very critical to overall health But so are nutrient dense foods and Beef liver Fits that purpose. And is you know. I would argue to be the most nutrient dense food That can be consumed as a supplement. Wow you know. And so many people. When i say do you do eat beat left beef liver. A lot of people will go. Oh no my mom used to make it with onions. And you know i never acquired a taste for it or then you get once in a while you get a person that will say oh. Yeah man i really love it. you know. I try to eat like organ meat or liver like once a week. I think it's really good for my blood. People think of beef liver and they think of like iron and blood. Health right mostly. Mostly i mean i i wouldn't. I don't know if i can speculate on the reasons why you know beef liver made it to the table when You know a hundred years ago or earlier but You know wasn't on my dinner table. When i was young i can. I can tell you that You know. I think that. I think that You know it falls in line with the more traditional Ways of eating you know and i it resonates a lot of people. Well i liked it. They use you know that the whole animal if you're going to you know take an animal's life that the whole animal is respected and used right and utilized as you said and it's such a nutrient Done food so you know i. It's my parents never we we. My mother knew better than to put it on the table. She was the only one that really ate it. My father didn't eat it. You know he ain't mostly spaghetti and salad salad every single night on our dinner table. I'm not getting but same. You know. I think you know. I would say that knows detail with what's being kind of referred to his nose to tail animal Consumption nutrition at this right. And and you know i may. I am a huge advocate of the role of animals and animal products from a nutritional basis in the in the food supply right. There is nothing there's absolutely nothing more nutrient dense. And i'll i'll you as a talking point. You know there's a big push there's a big call it kind of an anti meet agenda that surfacing out there right now on the basis of climate change You know that is really a false flag There is very little to no data to support such an assertion and and you know outside of the us In particular animal foods service the fundamental basis for nutrition in countries. and absolutely. and for. Good reason you know the nutrients bioavailable there Real readily accessible They're delicious you know. But with that comes the responsibility of the environmental sustainability aspect of it right because You know that does not you know. Give us permission to create Concentrated animal feeding operations and and basically abhorrent Production methods there You know so there. There is a what. I believe to be a very profound movement Within the space right now based on what's term As regenerative agriculture respect for The land and respect for the animals And that is Critically important if this is going to be you know resounding message well you know. Beef liver is very high in vitamin a. If i'm not mistaken right which is which is really really supports a healthy immune system a lotta people. You know so much. Talk about vitamin d. They forget about vitamin a. It's a very important vitamin it is absolutely is and a lot of people are really unaware of just how important it is You know most. I would say most of the general public when they hear vitamin a. You know they think beta carotene right they think of what are what are called Vitamin a. precursors right so when you consume Beta carotene for example. Your body has to then convert that into a biologically active form of vitamin a which is called retinal. Okay that is the the biologically active form of vitamin a. But what not talking about is that you know. There's a lot of Very ability in that conversion in the efficiency that individuals certain individuals have to convert that and in some literature the conversion rate is as low as three to five percent right. So you know the question is is okay well You know. And i can tie it back to kind of Omega threes right. You know you can. The body can can convert to omega threes but it also does so very inefficiently and the same with vitamin a. So you know you. You may not really be aware of what your vitamin a. Sufficiency is in your body If you're not consuming animal foods and so Liver is the universally be most nutrient dense source of biologically active vitamin a in nature. There is nothing better. Well and it's connected to prostate health prostate cancer cells and all kinds of things a correlated with skin health. I mean our skin is our largest organ..
"ramirez" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Medications and live a healthier life. I would say the first thing is to insist on a modern cholesterol test. Because if they're on those medications now ninety nine percent sure they were diagnosed on an out of date test so they should go to their doctor in demand the modern particle test for cholesterol because and then if they still need to be on a stat and that's a matter for discussion before anything. I wanna know that. They are prescribed at based on the modern way of diagnosing high cholesterol. Not the old fashioned way which is just looking at hd l. Deal that old fashioned out of way. It's the equivalent abusing atari sixty four computer. Commodore sixty four computer. Get to know. Glad i asked always a pleasure to have you on the show you take care and we will talk to you soon. Doctor jimmy everyone reach out to dr johnny boat and you can find him at his website. Johnny boden dot com. That's j. o. N. n. y. b. o. w. d. e. n. Johnny boden dot com. Stay tuned everyone. We've got jared ramirez coming right up. We're going to be talking about the benefits of beef liver. You're listening to one life. Radio advertise on one life. Radio send us an email info at one life. Radio dot com everyone. I've got some fabulous news. Castor in politics a brand. That i've used for years has joined us as our official sponsor of one life radio. Casteran politics is the maker of america's number one organic pet food there. Organics line of recipes is the only complete line of usda organically certified pet food and their pristine recipes are made with responsibly. Sourced ingredients such as wild caught. Salmon grass-fed beef casteran. Politics is the most comprehensive portfolio of purposeful petfood setting the new standard and pet nutrition shop in order online at castor politics dot com. That's caster pollock's pat dot com or find it.
"ramirez" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Laughing. We are broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheartmedia as well as in southern california on. Abc news. talk. I'm all whatever coffee coffee. Both ways drinking coffee. I put coco in my coffee. Cocoa powder like stuck in my throat. So i literally turn was just turn my mic up when you did that and i started laughing. You said all you hear him laughing. I was like us. You heard me. I love laughter. You know that that's one of the things that we try to provide every day on this show because there is not enough of it. People are not laughing so many people are walking around in the world right now full of fear. And so this is your hour of trying to shut that down We've got a fantastic show. Coming up with jared ramirez at the half talking about the benefits of beef liver. He is the ceo of environmental Environmental makers tariff laura and a sponsor of radio always a pleasure. He is an incredible scientist. So stay tuned. You're in for some good nutritional advice from jared ramirez and also dr johnny boden who is on i. He is known as the nutrition myth buster and is a nationally known expert on weight loss and health. He is the best selling author of fifteen books including the great cholesterol myth and the most effective effective ways to live longer. Dr johnny earned six certifications in personal training and fitness and he has a master's degree in psychology a phd in holistic nutrition and is board certified by the american college of nutrition. His books include living low carbs. Smart fat the great cholesterol myth and the one hundred and fifty s healthiest foods on our dr. johnny boden always a pleasure. How you doing how are you. I'm great i'm great and It's i'm always great when you're on the air. We always have so much fun. Don't we i see i. I'm looking at the line at the oils. If we're going to talk about. I think ever gonna so much myth busting to do when it comes to cooking or also and we're gonna we're gonna to do. We're going to start right now. We're talking about choosing the right oil. So many people are so confused on this subject. Sometimes even me i forget. Oh wait is that a good one as bad a bad one. So we're going to clarify today in the minutes that we have so our cooking oils ever healthy. Dr johnny oh absolutely bellavia consume them every day. I think i think that if you know we got stephen masculine. And i wrote a book in two thousand sixteen. It wasn't it wasn't a huge bestseller but there is one thing from that book that i still a pretty every time i get the chance. Which is that. We should be dividing fat in terms of good bad not whether it's saturated not whether it's unsaturated not whether an not whether it comes smoke plant but whether or not it's toxic or non is you can take any any bernadette right any of those categories into a toxic waste dump right. You're crooked run temperature if you use it in wrong way. I mean so the what what i want people to think about is. How do we used these. No absolutely most of them are not nearly as well. Some of our. I don't recommend it all and it may surprise you to know which one on that list and you don't and you and you have to be so careful you have to also i was in a little place Meeting with one of the people on my staff we do social media. We meet once a week. And i was going to order a salad at the little place. Okay And it seems like their menus really healthy so i asked you own it says with olive. Oil is and that always gets me with olive oil. Okay because that's kind of almost like tips you off to say okay. So what else is in it you know and so i asked what is it. A hundred percent olive oil. What other what other oils are you using in that salad dressing. Only to find out that the other half was vegetable oil and canola oil. Okay and so. I'm like no no. Thanks and i i munch down scone and to stop myself from being so hungry and drank my coffee can i. You know you're not going on engines. 'cause i knew you wanna to get to like talking about the hat the coils but but it's i think it's very important And i think you. And i have even talked about this before when when we had this discussion. And i'm gonna probably tell you that you know no is not a health food and we should avoid soybean oil and well we had these discussions fritz about a guy they nestor. It's about any of these substances that we wanna kinda bored. I also don't want people to go nuts right right. Right happened happen to be out to dinner and topless tablespoons and sal addressing that contain some crummy or i you know i personally feel that if we do this. If we make a concerted effort to not revolve around these oils or these ingredients of these sugars. Just the -cational use if it if it happens to be if i go to dinner it and they use canola or address. I'm going to eat it. Plain about it. And i think we should be a little more forgiving of that. Because if we really know these aren't the oils you want to keep your shelf and your pantry. You don't wanna cook with them. You don't wanna put a superior. But now i'm eating a dessert and it's got one grandma by nectar sure all. Yeah yeah i do the same thing you know. All the scone case in point i. I know it wasn't organic flour. There's no way the the the you know they can't or you know what i'm so i ate it anyway. I was hungry. I'm like okay. I'm going to eat it. I i actually only half of it But i just didn't why. I worked so hard for my health that i i try to be very meticulous about what i put in my body and typically don't eat out. I carry food with me or i cook at home. You know. I make some of the best meals and i'm in control and i of the ingredients and i do think that's the best way i mean. Yes eventually or you know once in a while going out to eat. Yes you make the exception like you were just saying you don't wanna be a total radical about anything and especially about food because you'll make your you'll affect your health in an adverse way by making yourself nuts right. I feel so. I wanted to just put that out there when we talking about good new band here. We're not gonna prescription coli exactly yourself about this because you happen to in just a gram of what you want to away from general. Well yeah but a lot of people you know dr. Tony do not have the money to buy avocado oil or good olive oil. They just simply don't it's not in their budget. They know when people are having trouble paying their rent. And so yeah. I think it was great that you brought up that point but you said that the difference between the oils is whether or not they're toxic so let's talk about that. What.
"ramirez" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
"Really knows what killed. Gloria ramirez or got. The people treating her sick and because of the way the investigation was handled. We probably never will. Next time on strange and unexplained with daisy eagan crop circles. We've all seen stories about them on the news. But what are they. Communications from alien life forms messages from humans of the future. Or are they elaborate. Hoaxes pulled off in the dead of night probably that right but maybe not and maybe we have the proof that something.
"ramirez" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
"Maggie ramirez garcia glorious. Sister said she believed her sister. Had begun chemotherapy or radiation treatment. The week she died. The cancer was advanced. Maggie said but was not supposed to be fatal glorious family hired. An independent pathologist reached a preliminary conclusion. Gloria did not die of cancer. Relatives angrily accused officials of bungling the investigation and concealing unsafe conditions.
"ramirez" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
"ramirez" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
"When she got to the hospital. Glorious heart was beating at a rate of more than one hundred beats per minute. Why did they need to fibrillation her. That seems like jumpstarting a car. That's already running hot. You know also. It just seems to me that pumping someone full of sedatives and then zapping. Their heart with electricity is a weird sequence of events. I'm sure they knew what they were doing. It's just as a lay person sitting here at my desk. It seems weird also can only hope the iv. The paramedics administered in the ambulance was to take blood because by the time nurse. Cain went to get a blood sample. Gloria was so hopped up on medical grade goof-balls that her blood probably would have gotten anyone within fifteen feet of it high. Wouldn't they wanna check someone's blood before dumping a whole bunch of shed into it like maybe make sure she didn't already take a bottle full of valium before giving her more valium next. Let me just ask why. The decision was to move the entire. Er to the parking lot. If dr our cia thought gloria was the problem why not just move gloria outside. Wouldn't that have been easier than moving the entire er department it's possible. Show a thought. The problem was coming from the er itself like the ventilation system or whatever but then. Why didn't gloria get evacuated as well and look. I'm sure dr ocho made whatever decisions he thought were best in the moment. I can't think straight under that kind of pressure which is why dr ochoa is a doctor. And i am a podcast art. Could you imagine getting rushed to the er for like i dunno hemorrhaging blood or something. The ambulance gets to the parking lot out front. And it's like well here. We are literally right here. And there's just rows of gurneys with moaning people and some doctors like who's nissan altima is this. I'm hanging an. Iv bag from the roof rack. The official cause of gloria ramirez death was kidney failure due to cervical cancer or possibly heart failure. I'm telling you the reporting on this case is all over the place. Whatever it was that ultimately killed her. Everyone was still trying to figure out what it could have possibly been about. Gloria that was making medical staff around her pass out.
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"Aka the toxic woman on february nineteenth nineteen ninety-four thirty one year old. Gloria ramirez was rushed to general hospital in riverside california. Gloria had late stage cervical cancer but.
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"ramirez" Discussed on Consumer Finance Monitor
"Supreme court decided this ramirez case recently and it has something to do with standing in the fair credit reporting act. So can you just start off by telling the audience. What happened in ramirez. Yeah for sure. Chris thank you. Ramirez is a very interesting case and something that should have significant impact on class litigation for years to come In order to pursue any claim in federal court you need to have article three standing prior supreme court decisions clarified that. Establishing standing requires a plaintiff to show three. Thanks i a concrete particularized an actual or imminent injury. Second that the injury was likely caused by the defendant and third that the injury would likely be redressed by judicial relief. Ramirez as you pointed out involves the evaluation at definition of concrete and particularized injury under article three and whether or not a plaintiff has standing to pursue a claim it did involve an f. cra claim claim under the Reporting act but i think the impact of it is going to be much broader than that. But let me tell you about. The claim was so ramirez alleged that his name was wrongly added to opec list of terrorists drug traffickers and serious criminals and he claims that he was denied a car purchase as a result of that reporting When ramirez asked trans union for copy of his report after the denial of that sale they sent him that report without mentioning the. Oh fackler the next day trenching and send him a letter advising that his name was considered a potential match to the fat list but didn't include a copy of the summary of rights that was required to be included by statute so ramirez brought a class action alleging that Engine violated the fair credit reporting act by failing to follow reasonable procedures to ensure the accuracy. The information in its file failing to provide all of the information in his file upon his request and failing to include the summary of rights with each written disclosure. Being the letter. He got the second time he sought to certify multiple sub classes including approximately eight thousand people who received a letter from trans union indicating their name was potential match to one on the list the parties stipulated however that only about eighteen hundred of those people had their credit reports sense to potential creditors so there was just over six thousand members of the class whose credit reports had not ever been seen by a third party. Notwithstanding that distinction the district court found that all eight thousand people had standing and the jury awarded each class. Member statutory in punitive damages for a huge verdict totaling. Over sixty million dollars. The ninth circuit affirmed finding that all of the class members had standing lowered. The punitive damages portion reducing the total verdict to about forty million dollars so the.