7 Burst results for "Ricardo Rodriguez"

"ricardo rodriguez" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

05:18 min | 4 months ago

"ricardo rodriguez" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"He won the championship, but the fact that he never won them on, but did come so close in all for the want of one set of tyres, really. He did it all, you know, and he was a store of the series and actually when he first came in, he actually ran in pro and far from disgraced himself. Let's move on. The next heartbreaking moment at 9. So this is actually further out from the finish, but it's for an overall fight. So we're going up to the different. Okay. So 19 61 the Rodriguez brothers. So Pedro Ricardo Rodriguez, I think in a previous podcast you debate is to who is actually the better because Ricardo, but I'm not actually convinced about that, but at this stage, they're both quick and we're into a period where for I don't really have much in the way of opposition at Le Mans. But they are driving the North American racing team testarossa and they go up against the works team. I've tested Ross and two four 6 SP. It boils down to a fight really between the testosterone of Olivier gondor feel hill and the Rodriguez brothers and they make a real fight of it. They have an early delay of their charging back after 14 hours. There was just ten seconds separating them. And they basically got the crowd on their side. These young Mexicans in a privateer car, making the race more interesting. And would they have won probably not? I think they would have been a second. I think they would probably still striving, they'd lost too much time really with a misfire had fallen back, so they're on a recovery drive. They probably wouldn't have got the win. So it's not a lost win like we're going to get you later on. But the V12, the V12 broken air out the race and there was the reports of the time do you talk about the crowd really responding to that and giving them a cheer and it really took the sort of single handedly really made the race interesting against the works teams. Funny enough there was actually an even later retirement, one of the GT Aston Martins just couldn't get started after its last stop. So in terms of the importance of the race, obviously it wasn't up there. So it didn't quite make the list. That's why they made it, really. So not quite as heartbreaking, perhaps, but more important for that particular edition. But heartbreaking for the brothers in that regard, what would it go on to happen to Ricardo? Yes, obviously Pedro went on to win the race and actually should have won it more than once, I think. Yeah. He did go on to win the race in 1968, but yeah, his brother was killed in the non championship Mexican Grand Prix in 1962. And he's one of those great lost talents. What if type stories? Yeah. And part of the narrative of LeMond is the privateer and dotted throughout history. The great privateer victories, we'll look at your doing it with two different Porsches twice in a row in 84 and 85. Only one of its victories with the WSC 95 in 97 I count as a privateer victory. But that's probably one for another time. But yeah, it's part of it's part of it's part of the tradition of Roman isn't it privateers and this is one of the great things when the privateer almost overcomes the works. And yeah, yeah, I just love that. And obviously, reading the reports of the I think the audible sport basically said, you know, thank goodness for NART and the rich Rodriguez brothers was going to save him the race. And there's no one else there. I mean, how privateer do you think? Well, I mean, that's a classic one, isn't it? How privately? Well, I mean, we do know that there have been times when sort of works supported. I mean, obviously he wasn't going to be very close to Enzo Ferrari one LeMond with a Ferrari. So I'm sure there was some help, but on the other hand, I just didn't think Enzo wanted them to beat the works cars either. Right, let's move on and in 8th place we go way back. Yeah, so I cheated in the entry, but I am going to in the article what I'm going to try and nail it down to the one. So I'm going for the 1926, the Bentley effort role. They were robbed. So well, it was a blond day, so it's another blunder. So basically you've got Sammy Davis in the last remaining healthy Bentley charging after the Lorraine Dietrich that was in seconds, so it's not quite for the win this one. And he basically gets on to the back of it and with half an hour to fading brakes. He's obviously got there. The red mist or whatever and makes his attempt to pass at Molson corner goes into horn goes into the sandbank, not the first or last car to see a sandbank at Le Mans. But because it's so close to normally, you get your shovel out, you dig it out and you carry on. That was not an unusual thing in the early days of well actually even up to what the 60s really though is still doing that. But because it's only the end he runs out of time to dig it out. So he gets no result that I ain't got a one two three but the nice thing about this story is that that very chassis comes back the following year, the year of the big White House crash. It's the one Bentley that survives the accident with a twisted chassis and frame and all the rest of it. And eventually staggers to victory.

"ricardo rodriguez" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

07:31 min | 6 months ago

"ricardo rodriguez" Discussed on Past Gas

"While Ricardo was talked about as a future champion, his older brother Pedro was 18 and fresh out of military school, as well as on a driving hiatus. Always the more room what happened there. They don't let you drive in military school. You just got to do that. Okay, yeah. Yeah, get nice triceps. He forgot how to drive a car, but his pecs were tie. Always the more reserved and calculated of the two, Pedro left military school unconvinced that he wanted to be a race car driver full time. But he couldn't stand to see his little brother soaking up so much of the glory. One thing Pedro did have over Ricardo was his age. He was two years older, which meant he could do certain things that Ricardo couldn't like buy cigarettes and enter the 24 Hours of Le Mans. So, in 1958, 18 year old Pedro entered into the race in a 500 TR alongside Jose Berra. Though they didn't finish due to a radiator hose puncture. He still got the brotherly bragging rights, and more importantly, he finally got to show those European drivers that he was able to compete at their level. The Rodriguez brothers always had a chip on their shoulder when it came to Europeans. Even though they grew up as elites in Mexico, the brothers weren't as well respected as their European counterparts, and either racing or social hierarchy. The resentment and pain brought on by European colonization was carried around like a heavy coat by many in the global south. So understandably, few things stirred the brother's spirits, like the prospects of showing that they could drive just as well as the Europeans. Some European snobbery ban they want to show those guys. Hey, we're rich Mexicans. We can beat rich Europeans, no problem. While Pedro is off driving in Europe, Ricardo continued his rapid Ascension into stardom. If he wasn't winning the events he raced in, he was finishing on the podium. And thanks to his early driving experiences, Ricardo was known as a flexible driver, as he effortlessly switched from one car to another. For example, he drove his Oscar S 9 50 at Sebring one in Lyon, Mexico and his Porsche RS and drove both the dino one 9 6 S and testa rosa two 50 to podium finishes again at Nassau. Dude, NASA. Did us not all dude? It's like the racing organization nausea. And they put up, they put something in space, not all. Then Ricardo finally turned 18 and joined his brother in Europe to tackle his white whale, Le Mans. The two raced and Asuka in the 7 50 CC class, but were unable to complete the race. Then in 1960, Ricardo finally got his time to shine when he drove a Ferrari two 50 TR 5 9 60, a lot of numbers and letters. Alongside driver Andre for north, American racing team. After years of rejection, Ricardo turned his lifetime frustration into a second place overall, just a lifetime of frustration at 18. Dude, take a chill out, dude. You get to race for a living. You have a safety net, dude. Come on. Yeah, your dad's a cop. And a businessman. My dad wants to we want more cop businessmen. That's what we need. That's the problem with our society. We don't have more millionaire cops or my dad wants me to take over as a head police motorcycle man. With a cocky Gran in Mexico written on electrical tape behind his head restraint, Ricardo became the youngest person in Le Mans, 50 year history to take the podium at 18 years and a 133 days. Well, you know, you got the stamina to stay up for 24 hours or 18. In 1960 and 61, the Rodriguez brothers drove and Formula One's minor league of sorts, formula junior. It's like MasterChef junior, but faster. Now I get it. But despite driving in the same league, the brothers were in very different places in their careers. Ricardo was the sports fastest rising star while the older Pedro was still not sure if he wanted to commit to racing. Like his father, Pedro had an interest in business and had started a car import enterprise in Mexico City that was going very well. But it wasn't ready to walk away from the track. It didn't take long for Formula One to notice Ricardo's talent. Ferrari invited him to drive in the 1961 Italian Grand Prix at Monza to see how he would do against the world's best. Before the race even started, he put on a dazzling performance in the qualifications, finishing second to Formula One World Champion Wolfgang von tripps by just 0.01 seconds. One 100th of a second, that's crazy. That's crazy. Also, I've been reading a lot about Wolfgang von trips and he's an interesting character as well. Surprisingly, another rich guy. Huh. Yes, we are all these guys who race cars are just riches. Von tripps was so impressed that he took Ricardo aside and for hours showered him. Keep reading. Interesting place to pause Jeremiah with praise as well as with advice. It was a rare gesture for a European veteran champion driver to give so much attention to a teenager. Driver from Mexico. You're gonna get us canceled on your first episode of my first read through episode. Usually I just do color commentary, but now that I got the keys to the wheel. I'm living it up. It was something Ricardo would never forget. And he would talk about it in therapy. At just 19 years and 208 days old, Ricardo Rodriguez became the youngest person ever to drive in a Formula One race. Wow. And at the time, he was the youngest driver in history to start from the front row. A record he held until Max Verstappen took it at the 2016 Belgian Grand Prix. Ricardo continued to deliver on his promise and spent most of the race in the top three. Unfortunately, a fuel pump failure ended his race early. No, that's too bad. Man, mechanical. What a bummer. Not his fault. Not his fault. In most cases, such a dominant performance in a young driver's first race would have been a big story of the day. Unfortunately, Formula One champion Wolfgang von trips and the man who had been so kind to Ricardo would perish in an awful accident that also killed 14 spectators. Experience was traumatizing for Ricardo, who had never experienced such a devastating accident. It was a sobering moment for the 19 year old. Yeah, we also talked about this accident in the Jim Clark episode. So that's kind of where these stories intertwine. Everyone is a very small world back then. Also at 19 and I guess like that hitting you in the gravity of the situation because it's one thing to be a race car driver and race with other people who know like you can get hurt. It's another thing to kill people watching. That's like a huge I'm sure burden on these guys. And I think Wolfgang was like 31 at that point too, so he was like had only been in it for a couple of years at that point and just still

"ricardo rodriguez" Discussed on Past Gas

Past Gas

07:46 min | 6 months ago

"ricardo rodriguez" Discussed on Past Gas

"Pedro would make it his life goal to do it first. This rivalry born in childhood would be the driving, competitive force for their entire lives. As we mentioned, the brothers father, Pedro senior, was a lifelong motorcycle lover, so he not only encouraged the boys racing career, but funded it. Pedro's senior was a millionaire businessman, and the head of motorcycle police in Mexico City. What? What? Wait, how is that? Conflict of interest much, maybe? It's fine. I mean, if you look at Mexico now, this is like dropping the bucket. This was a huge benefit to the brothers as they could focus on racing and never get pulled over for speeding. Yeah, that's pretty nice. As the two continued to compete into their early teens, younger brother Ricardo began to pull ahead of Pedro. And he was beginning to turn quite a few heads because he was also very handsome. He had a sick ass jaw line. They called him an aqua. Ricardo Rodriguez had something special. Or perhaps it was more that he was missing something important. Fear. Even though calling someone fearless is a cliche used to describe a lot of drivers, it's really only applicable to a select few and Ricardo Rodriguez is one of them. Ricardo also sincerely believed that he could beat anybody. As if to prove it at only 15 years old, he applied to drive in the 1956 Le Mans 24 hour race. But there were two problems. One, the minimum age requirement was 18. And two, Ricardo didn't race cars, he raced motorcycles. So he was denied injury. So he put two motorcycles together with a park bench in between them. Oh, it's two motors. In the middle? Yeah, that's cool. But I would say if you can race the motorcycle, you can race the car. Possibly easier. Every time we go out to the track with you, Jerry, and you just go out there and tear it up. I have to remind myself that you do bikes and bikes are a lot scarier. So I think that helps you bridge that gap a lot. I do think so too. I think the fear, I have less fear in a car because in a motorcycle, you have nothing around you, at least a car you got a cage. You don't even have cup holders on motorcycles. Nope. Since Le Mans required him to have experience in racing cars, Ricardo quit racing motorcycles and moved on to domestic saloon car racing, which he was immediately good at. Still funded by his father, Ricardo started out driving a Fiat, topolino, an Oscar 1500 and a Porsche 5 50 RS. Oh, that's sick. And his first season of challenging off road mountain courses, he finished third overall at only 15 years old natural, dude. Dang, that's killing it. And as a result, Ricardo was immediately invited to join the North American racing team alongside his brother Pedro. Pedro got big brothered in. Yeah, you got big brother, Dan. In 1957, Ricardo still at just 15 years old was accepted to his first international sports car race in riverside California. Which he won in a Porsche RS. That's huge. Yeah. Anytime you rent a race is pretty huge and then we're in your first win your first one. That's like, hey, I'm coming. I'm coming. All right. This is Pedro. So this shocked the community. Ricardo wasn't even old enough to legally drive in the U.S.. Though he impressed many at the race that day, one specific person stood out, and that was Carroll Shelby. The creator of Chile. After the race, Shelby said, Rodriguez is great. And cool as a cucumber at all times. He has a certain driving finesse, which makes one man well find JO, the champion that he is. That's how he would say it, probably. After riverside, Ricardo was invited to race in Nassau Bahamas at the Nassau tourist trophy. What? Driving a Porsche spider alongside legends like Stirling moss, John Fitch, and Richie ginther. He's only 15 at the same time. Yeah. Dude, go to The Bahamas. Also that race was known for like, I don't know if you ever seen old clips of the Nassau race. It's pretty sick. It's like, is this sand? No, I mean, it's just you're in The Bahamas and everyone's down there. It's like a good time. Yeah. You know? And to be 15 and be down there would be probably a frigging trip. Be a hoot and a half. But yeah, hope now. And while he was there, he gave them a run for their money. To take the world by storm is another cliche, we toss around to describe young drivers, but once again, that cliche fits Ricardo's journey perfectly. The buzz around Ricardo or chamaco. The buzz around Ricardo or aunt chatted Michael. Putting it in the R in there. Had become ubiquitous in the motor sports world. Car owners, fans and journalists were all shocked by his talent. Not only because of his skills, which were obviously advanced, but his fearlessness as well. Ricardo would regularly try risky maneuvers that would make the knuckles of the most experienced driver's white, and he did it all with an ease and a smile that made it seem like he knew something that nobody else did. But not everybody was convinced that his radical fearlessness was a benefit to him. There were plenty of veteran drivers that felt he was foolhardy and were concerned about his safety. They had been in enough races and seen enough crashes to understand how dangerous racing really is. And for them, fear wasn't something to be ignored. It was something to use as a tool to stay alive. Because sometimes those fearless drivers can put themselves in situations, their instincts weren't prepared for. I think that's kind of a trait that comes with being like a young racer surrounded by a lot of veterans like we saw the same thing when Max Verstappen first stepped in the Formula One at Toro Rosso, he was just doing the craziest moves until very recently, I'd say until like 2021 or so. Verstappen had a bad reputation for being one of the most reckless guys out there. Now he's more experienced, we don't really see that recklessness anymore. One, because his car is at the front of the pack, so he doesn't have chances to pull this on anybody. But yeah, I think that's just part of being young. You know, this guy's still like 15, 16. He still feels like invincible, you know, he's still a kid. Yeah. People usually get cocky and then just overestimate something at some point, crash, and then they get the fear in them. Yeah, that's the thing. It's the crash that creates that fear. And then that brings you back. It's like when you are a little smart talking kid, and then you get punched in the face for the first time, you're like, oh, there are consequences. Yeah. I would say that there are certain people, though, and as we learn about these guys, I'd be curious to see because guys like Travis Pastrana. I was gonna say that he seems like a travie pea kind of travie pee where that guy just doesn't have the fear gene. She's not in his DNA, you know? And maybe it is, it's just he doesn't show it at all because he does some wild stuff. So curious to see where this guy goes. Do you think psychopaths are good at motor sport? I'm pretty amazing at it.

"ricardo rodriguez" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"ricardo rodriguez" Discussed on DeaconLive

"Hung up on me. Radio can live now presents. You joan is from los angeles featuring smash capone from inglewood song. No part one playing with these blue already. Got the bag around. It should be this time which has jubilee jubilee around my parka. Get the follow. It look for like to give prosecute colin bitch. I wanna talk dignity. Give park got for every show that we do. We have a matching videos one and also all the musical artists that you hear on. Deacon lyme bay support deacon live and we would appreciate it if you guys them as well. They are unsigned artists. Independent artists and makes you support them as well. On the way you do that is gonna radio dot com and you can see all their little icons logos dan. You've been listening to the show for awhile. Yeah you have found some new artists. That are pretty good and it's amazing. How much production goes into all these bands. You're going. why aren't these guys signed. Why aren't they making millions. A lot of them can be on top forty radio stations at any given time whether it be our country blues or anything like that. These bands are artists are just. They're crazy insane talented. I was really impressed Being impressed the all star game and this is this is a weird transition here. We were talking about guns in the legal guns in the makita gun. We have the what is major league baseball. Are you a major league baseball fan. Dan i used to watch baseball. But i still is a great game where they have the all star game to head in denver denver now. One of four suspects were arrested last week at the denver hotel near the major league. Baseball stadium slated to host. This week's all star game. They asked to be moved from the the regular room to a balcony so these people were staying. Four people were staying in the extended. Stay hotel what extended stay is is like a week long. You know i gotta work rate. Yes and we want to be moved to a balcony and they said okay sure and they said no. No no not. Just a regular balcony about guinea overlooking the all-star stadium where the games are going to be held and when they did that. Read this section right here for me. Yeah the four. Were arrested friday after a made at the maven hotel saw firearms and gun components inside a room and notified a supervise. The hotel sits near chorus field. Which will host tuesday nights all star game after the event was re was relocated from atlanta earlier this year over georgia's voting rights law hotel. Employees looked up vehicle associated with the rented the room and found a mercedes hieaux license plate a ballistic vest and duty belt visible from the outside. So this is almost what was going to be quote unquote. What happened in las vegas. The las vegas shooting at a country western show. Yeah try something like that. They were going to try something like that. The all star game and one of the the hotel maid said. Hey look. There's a lot of weaponry. There's a lot of things going on. The manager said in person who rented one of these rooms. Richard or ricardo rodriguez requested extend his stay by several days and be moved to a room with a balcony overlooking the alleyway. It should be noticed. This information was concerning officers due to location of the rifle to ballistic vest and requesting a room with a balcony coupled with the fact that the twenty twenty twenty twenty one major league baseball all star games are happening in the immediate area hotel. You know this is a propensity for mass casualty so they had almost like a kill zone and ensure enough hero wisdom of a made and all the one someone just being alert. Yeah just someone being work not like the guy that the hotel that actually helped the guy carry. I'm not gonna say. His name. In las vegas carrier all his duffel bags through the freight elevators and put them in his room. And then say okay. See you later sir. I'd like a tip in. It's crazy in the political. They a lot of these people were angry that they because of voting rights they move you know the new legislation. I don't like to get into politics. They're angry because they had no idea that that was the reason why they moved the. Yeah they moved the all star game from atlanta major league baseball said we want fairness for everyone voting and they said you guys aren't playing fair we're gonna move the game to colorado so you think these people were part of the georgia thing. I don't think they were mad at it. They were the you know they had. He's a political a ratio. They captured off for them and and stop the whole mass shooting and stuff. That would've is a great. There's too many of those every week as it is. Now we were talking about the walling of the moon and dan. You have microscope. Microscope or telescope. no. I don't are you big on taking selfies. No but i can. I can see the moon for my house over. Seventy people have reportedly died in india after lightning strikes. Now florida for those you know. Florida is the lightning capital of the world. We're proud of that now. We don't have as many deaths as far as lightning strikes. But over in india seventy people had reported died in india including eleven taking selfies on a tourist attraction a lightning strike in. What is the city right here. yes you know. The place in northern india killed eleven people as a tourist spot in got too many ads popping up and down retail lightning strike in hay por city in northern india. Killed eleven people in your spot on sunday. In addition to causing injuries to many other eighteen people have died from similar strikes in the northwest indian. State of rajastan on sunday Seventy six people have died already this year because lightning strikes. They took self as in the rain. On top of the watch tower which is a popular attraction known as amber four. They have they ever. Countries monsoon season which brings heavy rain typically from june to september. So what's gonna happen. Is they're going to get a lot more monsoons and rains with the whole moon. Wobble and stuff. And so what they're going out. They're going out on this big tower and they're like saying cheese and then all of a sudden they're frigging fried mozzarella and there's a lot of people in india that have taken selfish and fallen backwards off cliffs. I've seen that really. Yes so there you go. I mean if you wanna stay away from that. At the time of the incident occurred. There were twenty seven people at the location was being reported that some jump to the ground one. Lightning hit when lightning struck around six. Thirty pm would rescue operations carrying on until seven. Am monday morning. There was a tower there when the lightning struck. The towers wall collapsed. Many people were buried under it since the ford is on a hill when the debris was falling in space reduce. Some people also fell into a ditch. So i mean it's almost like the one condominium complex in miami where everything fell down and like pancaked on itself in florida yeah. That's still it this. I feel awful for everyone involved to net. Well maybe they should bar this place in india for people going up there on this tower and taking trying to get the lights. Hey no hey. Y'all i'm the deacon from north carolina. I'm here who good time and taking a picture you can and all of a sudden zap. You're gone yeah. Well they tried to bauer people. Then the people putting up fences around they will get hit by lightning horrible. All right. well.

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"ricardo rodriguez" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"ricardo rodriguez" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"K l b j dot com This segment is man. It was a quick thinking in a hotel worker that may have well stopped a tragedy from happening. How about this? This is out of Out of Denver. We got the All Star game for Major League Baseball this week. Got the home run Derby tonight. The game tomorrow, but Denver police. They reassured the public that yesterday that Major League baseball All Star game will be safe and secure after they announced the arrest of four people on gun charges in a downtown hotel near the baseball stadium. Police say they made the arrest Friday after they got a report of suspicious activity at the Maven Hotel. And they arrested three men and a woman, Richard Plaque. 42 Gabrielle Rodriguez 40 eight's Ricardo Rodriguez 44 K. Nawas Inquire 43, now most of the charges of felony weapons possession charges, and police said that, adding that some of the suspects were prohibited from owning firearms in the first place going to have a cache of weapons. If you will, man, police say they got a search warrant for the two hotel rooms. Were they recovered evidence impounded a couple of vehicles and, um, yeah, police Chief Paul passing. He said yesterday that there are parts of this investigation that we do not know. And the police are working with local and federal authorities on this front, and they say they don't know how many guns were recovered at this news conference yesterday, But they also found some narcotics to Mayor Michael Hancock. He said. Thanks to the well, he lauded the quick thinking of the concerned Hotel employee who tipped off. Police doesn't sound like they were trying very hard to hide it. Yeah. Or if they're just idiots Well, the FBI previously said it didn't believe the incident was related to the All Star game, which will be played tomorrow. Just a block from a course field. Here's a quote from the department, it says. We have no reason to believe that this incident was connected to terrorism. We are not aware of any threat to the All Star game events, venues, players the community at this time. So there you go. Well, there's something good was not happening. That's for sure. That's something they were up to. No good, at least a couple of more supposed to have weapons at all. At the very least, yeah. Now, Hancock reiterate the message Sunday, reassuring people that it was safe to enjoy the all the festivities around surrounding the All Star game. I guess these idiots forgot that they get maid service. Well, why doesn't come in. One of them did appear in court yesterday. Uh, the NBC affiliated out of Denver K USA, reports the judge set the bail at $50,000 with the other three are still waiting for, you know public defenders in their court appearance. State Hospital, which owns the Maven hotel, said in a statement. We are incredibly proud of our team swiftly alerted the authorities in this instance we are thankful for the D P d for their quick action. To safely resolve this situation will continue to work closely with them to support their investigation. I mean, yeah, that's the thing that comes to mind. Of course. Is that Las Vegas? Horrible, Uh, shooting there a few years back, and But this is, uh good stuff. People paying attention and acting on it. But it does sound like these folks really weren't trying very hard to hide it either. Sounds like they were just, you know, traveling the country with guns and drugs. Maybe, uh, it is 6 20 Just good old fashioned that exactly. 6 20 We do it before reported that story on our websites at news radio, K l b j dot com Let's squeeze in Robert's in Flu. Greville Real quick, Robert. Good Morning, Robert. Hey, Good morning. Thanks for taking my call. Hey, So you've got these advocates that say, what are we going to do with the homeless? Where do we put them? Where did they come from? In the first place. Just send them back to where they came from all you gotta do. Well, they'll go. Yeah, I mean, they travel from all across the country to you know, because that's where the services are. It's where the food is. It's where it's a friendly policing environments. They're here and you're right. Just the crackdown alone may may push them to other cities. Yes, sir. We're less friendly than other city just in my bus ticket there, and I'm sure someone will stake. Yeah, I got, uh, the mayor says a huge majority of them are from right here in Austin, which is incorrect. Bravo, Sierra Bravo. Sierra Incorrect. It is 6 21. So many small business owners are still having trouble hiring enough employees. The Fox business analyst as Charles Payne says many people are making a serious mistake by staying unemployed. More than nine million jobs are open. Right now. That's a record high across the country. We have the greatest jobs market ever, ever coming out of the pandemic. Some amazing things are done. We had a V shaped recovery that began last summer. And we also have the greatest job strike a de facto job strike and I understand there's a lot of folks out there who are pushing trying to get more and this is the moment they want to seize on. It's a delicate balance. I caution some people to be careful, ultimately. Have to turn out all of these jobs because they won't be around forever. Right? One day you'll go in and the robots got the job that you decided you would turn down for $17 an hour. But be that as it may if we are in a difficult situation, and this is one area where people were saying, Hey, If it's something like marijuana, for sure, we'll look the other way. We need people, desperately, particularly small businesses, which are just getting absolutely annihilated and this environment I'd like to look back and see how many small businesses were created over the past couple of years. You know, you know with this, you gotta people when it comes to protest things like that. I mean, a lot of the small businesses along Congress having are taking a beating during those protests. Things like that. Then all of a sudden you got the pandemic. Then you get a You know a labor shortage out there? I can't imagine starting a small business right now. We were in Pei Wei Pei Wei. We were in Pei Wei on south to more on Saturday. They had three employees. From what I could see. She had somebody at the register who was frantic. They had a one cook, never going to have you gone to pay way. It's been awhile, but is that the McDonald's of Asian food kind of is But it's it's I think, P f. Chang's owns it, but it's It's wonderful food, but yeah, they used to have, like the string of of of chefs back there. Oh, yeah, doing it, you know, show putting on a show. Now it was one panicked. Look like 16 year old back there. Just absolutely. And then they had one other person who has taken the meals out who a quote air quotes on the radio whiter who we were sitting outside, He ran out. He practically through the phone the food at us, and I couldn't tell if it was because he was frantic. Or now he was wearing a mask. Maybe that was his stick. I don't know how aren't well, it will catch or it was a freaked out kid because of Covid and didn't want to get too close to us. But it was all Yeah, he might as well have just tossed. It may have just been frantic. Whatever frantically busy, whatever. But it was. It was not a smooth running machine. And they are not alone. Yeah, and I I love their food, and I wish him all the best. But it was a typical typical example of what you see out there, right. You gotta pack your patience again. You do and you gotta have some understanding. Absolutely. It is 6 24 here on the tide had done showing you mentioned under your breath. I don't even know if you want to talk about this on the radio or not, but you mentioned it..

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"ricardo rodriguez" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"ricardo rodriguez" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"I'm about to get you a hell of a jail. Okay roach switzerland to the united states. Men's national team won a bit of a wakeup goal for the usa. A squad that has grown accustomed to swatting away previous opposition like a box turning up for a return. The baby eagles landed the first punch against the swiss after sebastian. Too legit to quit at home bouncing bull for a wonder lead in the fifth minute but five minutes later. Ricardo rodriguez the man with the name and man bun of a club promoter. Hit a curling shot. Deflecting off cannon and pasta ethan. Horvath all the equalizer rodriguez blasted a penalty wide lightning often in the sixty. Third minute. stephen. Juba not the winning goal for switzerland on a bouncing ball in the box. Usa unbeaten in nine games winning streak of five games huge mistake touchy playing good team. That was why big takeaway from this game. it's gone not with a bang but with a whimper. I've said this before. This is a loss. Lock specially in the second half incredible angus. What gen when the us try and play the ball obsessively out the back over and over again is to staple of the great club. Sides say at international level. Football is not really played by itself much more fragile beast. It's a much simpler games. Not the club game it. These kids are through together briefly and flung on the field that is going to kill us in big games at the international level switzerland unless they have had four or five here manel macari teen tweeted us the. Us is like west ham for so long so with playing pretty instead of just going. Full david moore. We do need to go full. David david you actually took from chelsea's victory over man city some jewish. You felt optimism about the us from what you now look. I think the way that the way. That t t sets up chelsea is sort of the way i'd love to see the. Us set up as well. It's difficult because i think the. Us is lacking that sort of third central defender to put in the middle Right now let's see what happens. You know with a couple of injuries but you'd sort of like to think that needed dusty certainly more of a wingback than a than than regular fullback You know we've got some holding. Midfield is coming along. We call skill players from. I'm i'm not shoulder. Conventional strike at jayant love him. I love him. But i'm not sure that he is. He's going to be quite the answer in a sort of a number nine role in huge international tournaments. But you do see some real skill specially out wide and mussa came on. i think he is just. He's classy so good And gio is phenomenal. And you know some good young players way right and i thought he was amassing. Aaronson had a great game throughout great energy but in the is that defensive and when they lose the ball and defensively they just allowed themselves to be bullied by swiss side. Who good raj. They're good but they're not an elite team. You know you look at the the bedding for the euro's they're not up there You know certainly in the in the top third disowning international friendly. We can read too much into international friendlies but it was the style of of the way they were getting a little bit manhandled. The was a bit of a concern. That's how big takeaway we always say. Never read too much into a friendly's and i even believe this reality check. The loss may be a good thing for these baby. Eagles in the medium-term if we if we only beat up patsies it was just what we've done the yeah. This was the first loss in eighteen months. But it's also the first really sold a team that we played unleashing nutmeg after nutmeg in training hype videos. He's only going to gather so far and to me. International football is all about balance. It's about fundamentals touchy by getting the basics right and we come we come. We want this team to be so good so quickly. It can be really cambay but we come by into the height. We can't read over impress so onto the next in the. Us will return. Thank god. I can't wait to watch them again. I hope they learn from this when they take to the fail for the nations league semifinal against honduras big game okay roach. My favorite part up the pod. We've reached the end of the season and as we venture into the great unknown in the summer rodgers. Calendar we'll be the crush history. Fortunately for him is called the american football fans best friend to help him light to darkness. Google assistant and i need the american football funds. Best friend a little more than ever today because we got dale with the american football fans biggest. Fair oh the. Us men's national team akano sufficiently hide. They could be spoiled again. Hey google when does the us. Men's national team play this week. The united states will pray honduras on thursday at seven thirty pm. Okay roach stats on. Espn plus also on espn. Plus my england taking on romania. That's in a pre-tournament friendly sunday at noon. Eastern gareth southgate gets to play with all of his right backs. Ta good okay. Roach can we get one final toast with the exclamation point in jacomb. I stood to bring us home a raise. This year stood this shot of human emotion in a glass to you jeff o. P.'s your support your love. My book comes out in a month's time which made me crap. My pants. When i realize june twenty ninth regular listeners. Now is the most terrifying thing i've ever done. Point myself out there in this fairly ho thin and vulnerable way but thousands of have responded to my call to action to step up and by the book on preorder from anywhere that sells books in the bookstores of america. Bessis join and it moves me more than i can. Say is asian sayer joyful love letter to american book and comes out at time. The nation could probably deal with one right before july fourth. All four thank you. I look forward to thank you person. 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"ricardo rodriguez" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

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04:53 min | 2 years ago

"ricardo rodriguez" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"It away okay. The first piece of news that we have here on wrestling rundown is that andreotti has confirmed that he's signed somewhere new hasn't said where he's been signed to but his official andrade has signed a new contract right a glass cup. I'm gonna try that next time. Yeah you're right. I do nixon so andrade has signed a contract guys. Where do you think my man has gone. Rigoberta is that true. It is true. Andre a severing of on. I should say ring of honor. I should because him roots are going to go back with the bet. You something mexican like three our cml some shit like that. Hey what did you what you do. I thought he was going to make some rounds in mexico. Japan no not sign. He posted a picture him saying. I just signed it with a new short because is not. This is not a rumors. Okay want keep keep it with. Charlotte signed that jacksonville contract. And stay in florida andrea anywhere near awa. Because they're gonna throw him in a fucking steve with brose and it's going to be terrible. I mean like if a guy from w we went to a mix. Trinidad is is free. She on both so it could be something like that. They got what who he signed with. Quote johnny. Yeah oh no. He didn't say who who a contract he said. I'm i'm signed. I'll let you guys know one minute. Worldwide sino. he's he's he hasn't given the he's given his where no no. No no sign you. Hey on some real shit what impact. What i don't know what the fuck out. Hey young guys over there like moose and focus him. Take some time off and do you and make that rise. I mean they're not the best put their signed some some pretty attractive attractive people like what he said with the the process of how he was going to go with it is like he wanted to follow the same pedigree that Drew mcintyre did. So i get that. I understand that you leave the promotion. You gotta build yourself. I multiply told triple h told him in In their last conversation they had before he got released. They said listen. Go away come back to me in a few years. He said that right. Yeah do you think. Andre will come to me. Like drew mcintyre. I think so and i think that it's it's it's a A building process. But it's also thing to wear that. Honestly w we could've fucking had lightning in a bottle when he did this or what. I'm saying. that's ridiculous thrown around carol. Ricardo rodriguez this guy boros something. It'd been great..

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