35 Burst results for "Rio De Janeiro"

Bolsonaro Challenges Brazil Election He Lost to Lula

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:32 min | 2 months ago

Bolsonaro Challenges Brazil Election He Lost to Lula

"The United States media and also the western media have kind of gone silent on Brazil following the Brazilian election. So it's almost like the media left heaved a collective sigh of relief. Oh, our man Lula da Silva socialist has beaten Bolsonaro and basically we are now looking forward to all of Latin and South America falling into the hands of the left. Which by the way is a danger as possibility. But in Brazil, the issue is not settled at all, it seems. There have been continuing massive demonstrations. Most recently a demonstration in front of the military headquarters, apparently over 2 million people. Think about that. 2 million people in Brazil make a big country, but nevertheless, this is a this is one of the largest crowds that you'll see anywhere in the world. And what are the people saying they're basically saying that this is an election that demands to be audited. So in other words, this is, in a sense, familiar territory. They're saying that there was a lot of cheating in the election, particularly in the Rio de Janeiro area, spent some discussion of whether there have been there was pre programming of the machines and apparently there's now a divide in Brazil between the Defense Department and the Supreme Court.

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Protests rage in Brazil even as Bolsonaro appears to accept defeat

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Protests rage in Brazil even as Bolsonaro appears to accept defeat

"Brazilian president jair Bolsonaro is apparent acknowledgment of his electoral defeat is not discouraging die hard supporters from staging protests I'm Ben Thomas with the latest On the streets of Rio de Janeiro Bolsonaro supporters chanted federal intervention now and armed forces save Brazil Bolsonaro has refused to congratulate president elect Luis Inacio Lula da Silva or disavow the protesters though he has said he will continue to obey the constitution and reportedly told members of the Supreme Court his election battle has come to an end The conservative leaders allies quickly recognize da Silva's victory and the military has stayed in its barracks A world leaders have swooped in to offer support for de Silva Including

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How Brazil Got California'd

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | 3 months ago

How Brazil Got California'd

"Is making some international headlines. For now, unfortunately, displacing the great leader hare Bolsonaro, so look, in Brazil, they have an interesting system. They have a straight popular vote system. And if Brazil had an Electoral College Bolsonaro would have won. So I know very little about Brazil politics. I know probably more than an average American, but I'm far from an expert on it. But there's different regions in Bolsonaro one, every single region, except what is in Portuguese called the nordeste region, of which I don't know where that is. I'm guessing that is the most populated area of the country. And so or yeah, if it's northeast, and I don't know what, I guess that would be, I don't know what, I guess that's the population center. I can't imagine Rio de Janeiro's in the northeastern part of the country as per they describe it. Okay, it's not, but he won it in a big way, I guess. So if you look at the percentages, though, if you win 70, 30 in that one portion of the country, then you are able to basically run the table. It's basically like just winning California 75, 25, and then you become president. You

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Brazil's Lula to reclaim presidency after beating Bolsonaro

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 3 months ago

Brazil's Lula to reclaim presidency after beating Bolsonaro

"Brazilians have delivered a slim margin of victory to leftist former president Louis and asio Lula da Silva in a divisive presidential election Proud celebrated in the streets São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro Sunday Night after voters reelected Louis initio Lula da Silva as president for a third time It's a stunning comeback for a candidate who is at one time in prison for corruption Lula support a Carina palacio told the AP the wind was not so much about supporting Lula's leftist party as a rejection of far right incumbent yair Bolsonaro This is a relief at least we won't have a genocidal militia man ruling the country Bolsonaro's campaign made repeated claims of election manipulation before the vote in a victory speech to Silva said his win was a victory for the Brazilian people This isn't a victory of mine or the Workers Party nor the parties that supported me in campaign It's the victory of a democratic movement I'm Jennifer King

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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 3 months ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nationwide to lunar at the moment, but the polls were wrong by about 5% in the first round. So it's going to be very tight. I've been to one of the informal settlements or for velas on the steep hillside around Rio de Janeiro, it's called it is home to a 150,000 people. And as I found out, the fact that most people there are economically disadvantaged doesn't necessarily mean they go to vote for loop. Can we go inside? Thanks, Daniel. We're just going to go inside Daniel is up local IT entrepreneur. Working this local bar to help them with their IT. Daniel, can you start by telling us who you going to vote for and why? Not because of Bolsonaro himself, but because of the people who are, he has behind him, bosana himself, he considers a very complicated figure. He says he doesn't have a presidential posture. But he's understood that in order to be president, he needs to have a team of people who are taking care of basic issues. And so these people are taking care of building Brazil from the base up. And you don't think that alula presidency would do that. Why? He says he did vote for Lula in the past, but he was very disappointed. He said, Lula is a populist at the beginning of his government, things were going well, but after 8 years of Lula, after 8 years of Duma almost 8 years, the bill came and the bill was very high, so they left country broke. The community newspaper now. First of all, there we go at the moment, it's a guy called Leandro who is associated with this project and he's pointing out on a map that they specifically commission because their local authorities were trying to take rocinha favela off the local maps. So here is a way of almost saying, look, we are here, we need to be taking a count of. We've just spoken to a person who says that Lula was a populist who

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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on DreamCatcher Quest

DreamCatcher Quest

05:37 min | 6 months ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on DreamCatcher Quest

"No, that should get into as well. And I said, no, I can bring it with me. It's a carry on. No, sir. That's big. So I spent a 174 reales for that. Which I should have used to pay for the paragliding when I was there in near copacabana. And I could have been exactly exactly the one I went to. When I went home, I mean, I would tell you, if you get to both of bay, there is this thing, it's called sugar mount. In Rio de Janeiro. When you get on top of that, you will see this big or both of fogo and at the left is and ipanema. And if you jump from there, it's just, it's beautiful. I mean, you got a pretty jump from there. You have to go to another mountain near crystal, a dental where you use it. This is priced. Somewhere there. But if you jump from there as like a spilling, it would be the best one of the best paragraph lights I would ever have. Yeah, yeah. But then it's nice. But I think that's going to be for another topic. Anyway, wow, we consumed an hour 34 that's so happy with this. I didn't know. I told you, this is something scary and fun at the same time. And I didn't to be honest. I just knew you from. And then I knew when I met you again when you lent me a helping hand, you know, 2020. That's one of my art. But then I didn't really know to be honest. And I see that you've got a lot of inventory in you. But you know what? So when I decided I see a very mountain, but on my 35th birthday I decided to celebrate in a mountain top.

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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:22 min | 8 months ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"I'm sure they're very reputable and get this guys after being together for several months. She discovered that she was pregnant. By Marcello, it's true, she said Marcello got me pregnant. He didn't take care of himself and he didn't use a condom. He got me pregnant. I took the test. It was positive. I couldn't believe it either. So not wanting to have a baby out of wedlock, they decided they. She decided to make things official and they went and got married. Now, this is written in the newspaper jam press, which sounds like a very reputable pillar of news south of the border. But either way, being written about the wedding was wonderful, she said, it was a wonderful day for me, very important, very emotional. It rained a lot, but it was wonderful. For the moment I walked down the aisle to the end, it was just beautiful. Then went to the wedding night with my husband, Marcello, and we enjoyed our wedding night a lot. Now get this. If you think she's nuts, 250 guests came to this ridiculous fucking wedding and then the couple snuck off to a beach house in Rio de Janeiro for a weeklong honeymoon. And after the honeymoon, they welcomed their doll child match. Back in May, she gave birth in just 35 minutes at home. Was it doctor and a nurse on site again? They should lose their fucking license as these people. And she live streamed it to an audience of only 200 people. You know, she got 250 to go to a wedding. You think at least ten times that one to see her deliver this red ball, but no, only 200 people. Either way, she said, I didn't feel the contractions in pain. Duh. But when I saw the placenta and the umbilical cord and the blood made it all real, he was here in 35 minutes and he is great. Are you listening to this? Money has said that she and her family are extremely happy despite the stress of her being the only bread winner in the house. You know, she said Marcelo's got so many great qualities, but the only downside is he's lazy..

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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on What's the 311

What's the 311

03:27 min | 8 months ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on What's the 311

"Welcome to Sonya travel podcast. So y'all know I normally tell y'all about places I've been or places my support is given me I also told you I was going to do places I want to go. So one place that I want to go and I say my son had set my oldest son so that he didn't think I should live here, but this was my dream place to live was real de Janeiro. I always said if I didn't have children, I wanted to live in real degeneral. It's part of Brazil. And I just think it's so beautiful. But according to my son, because of the laws in real degeneral, he don't think I will be. It would be a great place to live. But this is a place that, even if I don't get to live here, y'all, I want to visit. I want to go and see I mean, there's so many great things about Rio. They have the sugar loaf mountain, the Coca-Cola ban B, Christ and redeemer. They also have the national park. You know, they also have the museums and the botanical gardens in Rio de Janeiro, which I know is probably so beautiful. It's probably different than all the botanical gardens in the United States. It also has the royal Portuguese reading room. You know, it's just have a lot of places what art in museums that is very, to me. I feel like it'd be also very educational because I like, I like art. I really do. I love art. I love anything that's pretty archetype. Anything that have some type of beauty to it, and kind of like oh looking, I love it. So, yes, this is one place I will love to go. They have all sort of red beans. Sugar of cable car, the national museum of Brazil. My age is so many things I would love to see over there. And this is one of my dream vacations. They also have a bio park over Rio. It's just so I just found out I just feel like it's gonna be so beautiful. Like it's gonna be a dream come true because they also have castles there. And I wanna see like the old castle's so this is my travel park has thank you for listening to a please give it a 5 star review on speakers Apple, I already wear the city podcast, please share, please follow.

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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on The Savvy Founder

The Savvy Founder

04:36 min | 10 months ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on The Savvy Founder

"Your technology, not just your web browser, but Netflix or YouTube or the conversations you're having over the phone. If all of your technology would basically conspire and work together to teach you a language. I think that's kind of the magical thing we're aiming for where right now the merch yourself in the language, which is basically immersion is the only surefire way to learn a language that most people will be successful with if they stick with it is like you do immersion by buying a plane ticket to a place that where the people speak the language you're learning. And that's incredibly expensive. It's incredibly intimidating. So we want to basically bring that to anyone no matter where they live. We want to give them that level of immersion. So looking at our vision where we are now, I think one of our biggest challenges is basically tactically choosing the correct places to sleep. Every time we make a leap to a new platform and add fluid to that, that is a very expensive process in terms of time in terms of resources in terms of engineering, everything like that. So we need to tactically choose those next places that we leave. Knowing that this place we've leaped next needs to give us this amount of momentum, this amount of resources that we can get to make the next leap after that. Very, very nice. Now, is there any particular when I was just sort of geeking out thinking about what you were saying there? I'm almost seeing the Star Trek teleporter, a hollow, the hollow deck, right? Where you walk into the holodeck and you say, Paris, and everything's in French, you just say Rio de Janeiro and everything's in Spanish and you're suddenly immersed in that culture from the from your couch. That's exactly what we're aiming for. And the holodeck isn't even that far off. As we see consumer augmented reality actually sort of starts to make headway with things like ARKit on iPhone and everything like that. That's becoming more of a potential reality where maybe you have some sort of like eyewear or glasses or something that like that. That give you gives you fluent as your interacting with the physical world. Something I think about a fair amount is I had a conversation with a language learner about a year or more ago and they were talking about how they were basically remembering their vocabulary by whenever they went to.

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 In Rio, even a ban can't keep revelers from Carnival streets

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

In Rio, even a ban can't keep revelers from Carnival streets

"Cove it changes the way carnaval is celebrated in Rio de Janeiro for a second year thousands defied an official ban by coming out to the streets to party to the rhythm of samba sometimes as police looked on meanwhile at official events on the schools performed for a ticketed crowd but everything was much smaller says performer Eduardo Martino this is a kind of a replacement for the ocular carnival which takes place indoors those performances lead up to the parade at the Sambadrome which this year has been postponed to April because Brazil is still not passed the Omicron wave I'm

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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

"Back to the U.S. now in Arkansas the northern Arkansas council has released a statement on Wednesday designed to attract talent to its area. They are offering $10,000 in Bitcoin. Plus, a mountain bike to tech professionals and entrepreneurs who relocate to the region. Nelson peacock, the president and CEO of the northwest Arkansas council said northwest Arkansas is one of the fastest growing regions in the country. And we're now seeing more explosive growth in our tech sector. This expanded incentive offer Bitcoin and a bike not only embraces the growing trend towards the use of cryptocurrency as a payment option by employers, but also helps increase our pipeline of talent to benefit tech employers, startups, cities, local businesses, and the region overall. The press release goes on to say that they're looking specifically for folks in the blockchain space, but certainly aren't restricting themselves to that. This program isn't new. It's an expansion of something that started in November 2020, and which is currently seen 35,000 application from folks in a 115 countries in all 50 states. The program is made possible by a grant from the waltons, which I think is great. And for those of you interested a couple of details to be eligible for the program, applicants must have the ability to relocate to northwest Arkansas within 6 months of acceptance. Have full-time remote employment or be self employed. Additionally, they must currently live outside of Arkansas must be 24 years of older, and must be eligible to work and live in the United States. This of course is a small story on its own, but it's clearly part of a larger trend. Let's zoom out to even a bigger story and this one has to do with the U.S. government as a whole. Central Bank digital currencies are one of the hot button issues right now. They are part and parcel of the stablecoin conversation that has been heating up in Congress and the Senate over the last few months. And in many ways, they reflect a question for the U.S. about what it believes and wants its next generation of global monetary leadership to look like in the world. Is the U.S. going to follow China's route, having a CBDC that doesn't preserve the privacy of cash and which opens up new opportunities for abuse or are we going to go a different route? One congressman Tom emmer has introduced a bill banning the fed from issuing a retail CBDC. The key thing the legislation would do would add a paragraph to section 13 of the Federal Reserve act. That stated, quote, accept a specifically authorized under this act, a Federal Reserve bank may not offer products or services directly to an individual, maintain an account on behalf of an individual or issue a Central Bank digital currency directly to an individual. Emir's thread is important, so I'm going to read it in full. Today I introduce a bill prohibiting the fed from issuing a Central Bank digital currency directly to individuals. Here's why it matters. As other countries like China developed CBDCs that fundamentally omit the benefits and protections of cash, it is more important than ever to ensure the United States digital currency policy protects financial privacy, maintains the dollar's dominance and cultivates innovation. CBDCs that fail to adhere to these three basic principles could enable an entity like the Federal Reserve to mobilize itself into a retail bank, collect personally identifiable information on users and track their transactions indefinitely. Not only does this CBDC model raise single points of failure issues, leaving Americans financial information vulnerable to attack, but it could be used as a surveillance tool that Americans should never be forced to tolerate from their own government. Requiring users to open an account at the fed to access the United States CBDC would put the fed on an insidious path akin to China's digital authoritarianism. Any CBDC implemented by the fed must be open permissionless and private. This means that any digital dollar must be accessible to all, transact on the blockchain that is transparent to all and maintain the privacy elements of cash. In order to maintain a dollar status as the world's reserve currency in a digital age, it is important that the United States lead with the posture that prioritizes innovation and does not aim to compete with the private sector. Simply put we must prioritize blockchain technology with American characteristics rather than mimic China's digital authoritarianism out of fear. There is a lot to unpack here, obviously you have the China narrative and how we don't want to be like them. We have an affirmation of the qualities of cash as something to preserve, not something that was an accident of history to be eliminated. And you also have these Bitcoin style principles built into any future CBDC approach. Remember, accessible to all transact on a blockchain that has transparent to all and maintain the privacy elements of cash. Our community reaction was strong. Nick Carter said the most important thread by a policy maker in some time. CBDCs are incredibly dangerous and it's important that everyone understands why. Jason Lowry, who currently works at space forces, let's take a moment to appreciate the amazing irony of central bankers. Now having to worry about the government banning their CBDCs. The American public rejecting CBDCs is not priced into Bitcoin. Finally, Danielle di martino booth wrote major threat alert. Despite Powell's misgivings representative emmer voices the same concerns as Powell on ensuring the anonymity of any CBDC. Emulating the Chinese is a non starter at least it had better be in America if we're still red blooded. Finally, a last note as we wrapped up, I said at the top of the show that it was a good couple days for Bitcoin. And the last story that I wanted to tell on that front is that Jack Dorsey and his team at block formerly square have decided to follow up with their exploration on building an open Bitcoin mining system. Templeton Thomas tweeted in October, we announced that we were considering building a Bitcoin mining system out in the open and alongside the community and we've decided we're doing it. We thought we'd share some more details of how our initial discussions are going and where we're headed next. We want to make mining more distributed and efficient in every way from buying to set up to maintenance to mining. We're interested because mining goes far beyond creating new Bitcoin. We see it as a long-term need for a future that is fully decentralized and permissionless. We started by digging into two questions. What are customer pain points today and what are the specific technical challenges? We spoke with members of the mining community to learn more about their experiences and here's what we found so far. One availability for most people mining rigs are hard to find. Once you've managed to track them down, they're expensive at delivery can be unpredictable. How can we make it so that anyone anywhere can easily purchase a mining rig? Two reliability, common issues we've heard with current systems are around heat dissipation and dust. They also become nonfunctional almost every day, which requires a time consuming reboot. We want to build something that just works. What can we simplify to make this a reality? Three performance, some mining rigs generate unwanted harmonics and the power grid. They're also very noisy, which makes them too loud for home use. Unsurprisingly, all miners want lower power consumption and higher hash rates. What's the right balance of performance versus other factors? They go on to talk about what they're going to do next. And of course, there are lots of critiques and questions on Twitter. How will you make sure these get to individual customers, not mining companies? How will you make it so that if they're optimized for home use, they won't be just inherently an a priori worse than existing minors? I think that they're of course legitimate questions, but still it's exciting to have another powerful market actor asking these questions and trying to build new solutions. So there it is a good week for Bitcoin, whatever the price had to say, you have adoption. You have the global battle for talent and so much more. I want to say thanks again to my sponsors, nexo IO, abra and FTX for sponsoring the show. And of course to you guys for listening. I hope that you are headed off to a wonderful weekend until tomorrow. Be safe and take care of each other. Peace.

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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

"Welcome back to the breakdown with me and LW. It's a daily podcast on macro Bitcoin and the big picture power shifts remaking our world. The breakdown is sponsored by nexo dot IO, abra, NFTX, and produced and distributed by coins. What's going on guys, it is Friday January 14th and it has been a very good few days for Bitcoin. Now I'm not talking in terms of the price, although that's why you should care less about the price if you have the emotional capacity to do so. I am talking in terms of adoption and adoption and validation by some unexpected sources. First though, if you are enjoying the breakdown, please go subscribe to the show wherever you listen to podcasts if they have a rating system. I would love 5 stars. Give it a review or if you want to get deeper into the conversation, come on over and join the breakers Discord. You can find the link in the show notes or you can go to bit LY slash breakdown pod. And as always, a quick disclosure, in addition to them being a sponsor of the show, I also work on marketing with FTX. So let's start in Rio de Janeiro. But first, a little bit of background on Bitcoin cities. Over the course of the last year and change, Frances Suarez in Miami has become a model for what it looks like to compete for global talent, particularly tech talent as a mayor of a major city. Suarez is, of course, the mayor of Miami and has been working hard to attract talent companies. You name it to his city. Part of that has been an interest in Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies more broadly. They've launched a Miami coin built on stacks, and they have a lot of ideas and plans around how the city might accept tax payments in Bitcoin might put treasury into Bitcoin. Last February Suarez told coin desk that he plans to place a portion of the Miami treasury into Bitcoin, although those plans have as of yet not come to fruition. Well, this week, mayor Suarez was speaking at the Rio de Janeiro innovation week. And around his conversation, the mayor of Rio Eduardo paez had a pretty big announcement. Paya's announced that they were launching crypto Rio and as part of that they will be allocating 1% of their treasury into cryptocurrencies. Pedro Paolo the finance secretary said as well that they will also be accepting Bitcoin for tax payments and even applying discounts for those that pay with BTC. Paulo said, we are studying the possibility of paying taxes with an additional discount if you pay with bitcoins. You take the discount of the single quota of 7%, it would be 10% if you pay in Bitcoin. Let's study the legal framework so that we can do that. During real innovation week, they also discussed tax exemptions for tech companies and piez said the government has a role to play. And I think that is the operative line here. We live in a world full of easy transport and remote workers. In that world, there is increasingly a battle for geographies terrestrial areas to attract a different type of tax base at different types of business at different types of worker, a different type of citizen. The things that made cities desirable before haven't necessarily gone out the window, but there are a whole new set of tools in the arsenals of interested mayors interested governors, interested regional officers, et cetera, that they can deploy to try to attract more people to their region. COVID-19 shutdowns of course accelerated a huge number of trends that were already on the way, and they freed many, many people up to think differently and more broadly about the role of government in not just serving citizens but attracting citizens in creating the citizen base that you want to see. One of the people who has been most cataloging this trend is, of course, biology, srinivasan. He recently tweeted, it was easier to start Bitcoin than to reform the fed. It is easier to start a new city than to reform San Francisco. Many of these mayors are saying it seems with these sort of inducements and offerings, hey, you don't need to leave San Francisco to start a new city. Leave San Francisco to build a new city on top of the foundation that we already have. That's making a very interesting dynamic and it's frankly decentralizing and distributing the technology industry if nothing else already. Let's stay now in Latin America for just a second. This story isn't about government adoption, but it's still super positive. Strike the lightning company has launched in Argentina. Argentina is a country I know fairly well. My wife and I got married just over the border in Uruguay, and Argentina has a pretty big and thriving crypto community. In March of 2019 in the very, very depths of the bear market, I actually took my father in law to meet with a bunch of the crypto folks there. Back to this year, Argentina is having a rough go of it. And this is nothing new. Inflation could be up to 55% this year, the GDP is set to contract up to 12%, and there have been overall 8 currency crises since the Central Bank was formed. Now, argentines have long been big on the dollar. They're famous for what they call their blue markets. Indeed, in his announcement thread Jack mahler said that, quote, an estimated 10% of the physical stock of dollars in the world is within the Argentine financial system. Of course, that incredible demand for dollars and that lack of demand for Argentine pesos has tended to leave governments in that country to install more not less capital controls. As Muller's puts it, as Argentinians whose confidence and flee their peso for dollars, the country's reserves shrink. This has forced the government to devalue their currency, place restrictions on how much foreign currency citizens can hold and shut down dollar denominated payment networks. He goes on. With strike, the Argentinian people can now hold a stable cash balance that can be spent both instantly and with no fees. Cheap instant cash final global payments of any size for anyone to anywhere, even over Twitter. No inflation, no restrictions, financial freedom. Lynn Alden retweeted Jack's thread and summed it up pretty perfectly. Expanding a Bitcoin slash lightning payments operation into a country with 50% annual inflation and 45 million people seems like a decent product market fit. Nexto is a trusted and easy to use crypto platform, where you can buy cryptocurrencies at the touch of a button and start earning up to 17% annual interest that is paid out daily. They support all of the major assets on the market, and even allow you to swap one asset for another or borrow cash against your crypto without selling it. Nearly 3 million people in over 200 countries trust nexo with their digital assets. 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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"In Johannesburg for the monitor. In polarized, Brazil, religious groups have often clashed with one another. But in an unlikely partnership, two women of different faiths find common ground to preserve their African heritage Monica Francisco, a Rio de Janeiro state congresswoman is a devoted evangelical Christian. My sassy Kashi is a priest of condom bla, a Brazilian religion of African origin that has historically been discriminated against. In recent years, condone practitioners have come under increasing attacks from adherents of evangelical Christianity. But when miss Kashi needed help, she turned to miss Francisco, who was also an evangelical pastor. The two are working to save an abandoned structure outside Rio de Janeiro that a local mayor wanted to raise. Called the tegera de Gomes, it's sacred land in Afro Brazilian worship and a national symbol of Afro Brazilian culture. United by their African heritage, the women have become unlikely allies against deep seated religious intolerance in Brazil, and four recognition of their shared culture. We must fight religious intolerance so that we can preserve our ancestry. We must preserve our oral traditions and African mythology as a religious practice, because this reaffirms our Afro Brazilian identity and its roots, miss Francisco says this story was reported by Kira chiana E freelon in.

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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Reeves who is in Rio de Janeiro philippa house is this Well this goes back to September 2018 when Bolsonaro was stabbed and seriously injured at an election campaign rally since then he's had four major surgeries and a number of other procedures And he's repeatedly suffered these abdominal problems And this latest problem started after he had lunch on Sunday and started to feel some pain It was significantly significantly serious and serious enough for him to be flown in the middle of that night from the coast of southern Brazil where he spent the holidays to the city of São Paulo where he's now in a private hospital Now this is an election year in Brazil and Bolsonaro was running for a second term Could this possibly be a problem Yeah I mean Bolsonaro ended up in that same hospital with the same problem in July last year and bounced back but it's true He's getting on in years in March he'll turn 67 But remember he's a populist who projects himself to his base as this super fit army captain the tough guy who rides a motorbike and leads giant motorcycle parades of his supporters through the streets and so on In fact he was out riding around on a jet ski over the new year's holidays and went to a theme park which has a hot wheels car show dressed up as a racing driver and drove around in one of the cars Now we can't know how he'll he'll emerge from this latest health issue without knowing more about his medical condition But I think it's likely he'll be back and we'll carry on swashbuckling in the October election approaches All right now how are Brazilians reacting to all this Brazil is deeply divided almost everything is politicized these days and certainly everything involving Bolsonaro So as soon as the news broke yesterday that he'd been airlifted to hospital his opponents were online accusing him of highlighting his health issues for example by posting pictures himself in bed giving a thumbs up while showing little sympathy for the more than 620,000 Brazilians who have died because of the COVID-19 pandemic And some of his opponents also claim that Bolsonaro used these health issues related to a stabbing to remind Brazilians of that stabbing back in 2018 In fact a federal police investigation into that attack found it was carried out by one individual but his supporters on the far right routinely claimed this individual was linked to a party on the far left and used that as a way of generally discrediting the left who are of course Bolsonaro's main opponents Now what happens next year His surgeon who treated him after the stabbing was overseas on vacation when this happened but arrived back in Brazil this morning the latest bulletin from the hospital says Bolsonaro's not in pain and has no fever when this happened before all last July he spent four days in hospital if it turns out he has to have surgery he'll likely need more recuperation time than that But this is not a great time to be out of action Brazil's facing a mountain of problems right now that have been deadly floods in the northeast of the country In fact Bolsonaro was criticized for cavorting around on holiday by the sea instead of going there COVID case numbers and deaths are our way down in Brazil these days but they're beginning to rise again and there's an awful lot of concern.

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World Media Thought Kyle Rittenhouse Shot 3 Black People... He Did Not

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

World Media Thought Kyle Rittenhouse Shot 3 Black People... He Did Not

"Do you know that the world media thought that Kyle rittenhouse shot three black guys? You come somebody a white supremacist, you must assume that he's targeting black people, right? Listen to Glenn greenwald, on Fox News the other night, talking he lives in Brazil interestingly enough. So when you see Glenn greenwald, the independent journalist on Tucker Carlson are on TV. He's coming to you from, I think Rio de Janeiro, but not mistaken. He doesn't live here in the United States. He watches the world media. Listen to Glenn greenwald's analysis of the way the world media covered the Kyle rittenhouse case. If you rely on the media, you should feel betrayed, you know, I'm somebody before I was a journalist who worked as a lawyer inside courtrooms for more than a decade. So I knew that it's very difficult to cast a judgment about an event this complex without seeing the evidence at trial. So I waited before forming a judgment. And when I did sit down to watch the trial, I was infuriated that everything I had been taught to believe about what happened here by the media was radically different than the facts of the case as they developed. And Dan, I don't know if you've seen this, but multiple media outlets around the world, like the biggest ones in Brazil in Holland in the UK have all repeatedly reported that the people that Kyle rittenhouse killed were black because they were misled by the American media who kept saying this was a white supremacist on a terrorist hunt and therefore they naturally presumed because they were deceived also by the American media that his victims were black. Isn't that incredible that actual media outlets around the world reported that Kyle rittenhouse shot black people? The three people he shot were white.

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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on Messages & Methods: Livecast Life 2.0

Messages & Methods: Livecast Life 2.0

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on Messages & Methods: Livecast Life 2.0

"Sure you choose. And there's a little search filter right here you choose attribution not required and what that basically means is you can use this music on any of your content and you don't even have to say where you got it from now when we do that when we do pick a piece of music we always put the name of the peace and who produced it so that they get at least that kind but it says you'll see the licensed type right here and it has the little youtube symbol. Means you can use it on youtube if youtube if the robot if the youtube. But here's it. It's not going to pay you for it. We've had bad experiences by picking music that we were told was royalty free. But there's the these gunslingers is the best way to describe them from usually from south america. You put it up and you you bought it royalty free and they debate it they say. Oh that's my piece of music you find out. It's a two person company in rio de janeiro and you have to fight each one before you get monetize you get up you get a copyright notice. You have to write back and say no. It's not you have to fill out a bunch of forums and after three days you might get the video back to monetize it. But by that time you've lost majority of reviewers so it's kind of a pain. We have never had that happen with music that we've selected from the youtube audio library. That's never ever happened so it's a very safe place to get your music And it can be pretty good music when we don't have what we need. A quick option always adding more. Yeah yeah it is updated constantly. you'll get hundreds. You'll get hundreds of choices in this case i picked attribution not required and ambient. You get a bunch of choices And get about for something like that. Who probably have at least fifty choices if not more i mean there's a full screen of choices there and i can scroll down..

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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"Do too tuesday through my fixation through my so. My life changed because what was my biggest lust becomes my biggest sign off how it should do to have a happy. Life was really heartbreaking reading in the book about that. I didn't realize that you lost your son when you think about that. Like the spirit of you know a kid growing up in your family and how hard they have to fight. How do you like reign them in. You have a really interesting philosophy about how much you can guide. And then at some point you have to let them be them. How do you do that when you know like that. It you know tomorrow isn't guaranteed like that seems so difficult yes. My father has kids so not. All champ is not all our fight we all evolves utes but in the sense of education we would bring they bring jujitsu my attention. They bring these sports to my attention. They bring the philosophy of. Marshall watched my attention and i could be a doctor. I could be a police officer. And i could be other. Things was what was underneath pressure. Which you grace you supposed to be a fighter. So i know what my direction was what. I have to recruit mi- porridge my desire. My sacrifice which a lot of members of the family doesn't doesn't feel like whoa man too much training today hurt myself. I'm not going to go back there next. They saw different elements to to combine the experience. I have was the information. I get with the dedication in the in the in the compromise. I put myself in. So he's is a dual think. Nobody could make me what i am. If i was not folk was in passionate about it. So my dad comp- make his put his part on it. But also i put my part on it my commitment one example. I was twelve years old. I also a orange belt practice in a group class adults. They finally me. They're not hurting or anything. So i was there playing. And then one time i fly to strongmen not tough guy but just just strong and he gets me in a headlock and headlock. Technically are not exactly to make you. Tap is a position with very uncomfortable. But you can't resist. I was tired. I was a kid. The guy was very strong. And i and i get so upset because west. Claustrophobic was not about the pain. Or the submission was about the agony and i get panicky and like that and i was upset. I cry will be the guy said. What's your cake. You thank you and i went home with daddy my mind and i get home in in rio de janeiro like summertime. One hundred twenty degrees humid unbelievable. I lay down myself and the carpet almost like that. I laid down my cellphone corner of the the carpet. Like this and i tell my brother halls to roll me up like a boy to take me off here in ten minutes. Leave.

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American star Simone Biles to return for balance beam finals

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

American star Simone Biles to return for balance beam finals

"The twenty sixteen Olympic gymnastics champion Simone Biles will return to competition in the balance beam final on Tuesday Biles returns a little over a week after stepping away from the Olympics to focus on her mental health now USA gymnastics says in a statement we're so excited to confirm that you will see two U. S. athletes in the balance beam final tomorrow so neatly and Simone Biles caught what do what you both the twenty four year old Biles won bronze on beam in Rio de Janeiro five years ago and qualified for the eight woman final on the first weekend of the games she had removed herself from the team final on July twenty seventh off to a shaky performance unfold join the first rotation I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Lightning Bugs, Fireflies - Call Them What You Will, They're Awesome

Short Wave

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Lightning Bugs, Fireflies - Call Them What You Will, They're Awesome

"All right. Mattie you are here to talk about lightning bugs or as you point out beatles with flashlight butts yes the family of beetles. We call firefly's lamb. Purity are extremely diverse. There are more than two thousand species in that family and they live on every continent except antarctica. So emily they can look and behave very differently. one type can grow to be the length of your palm. There are firefly's that live most of their lives in water. Emily some place don't even fly and some don't flash for that matter so you know not everything. We'll be talking about today. Holds true for every species. So what you're saying is you couldn't just stick to one species because you've got excited and distracted by all the facts about all the species is that right. Maybe i did. Maybe i didn't. You'll be happy for it. I'll say that so. Who did you talk to about. This constellation of creatures. I called up. Stephanie vice a phd student in rio de janeiro. She's an entomologist who studies firefly's and just like us her love of firefly's started in childhood. I have a great memory of my childhood summer trips with my family and also i love to say they shining the forest when i do my field words. She says that there's one thing that applies to all firefly's and that's that firefly's have different lay stages and the larval stage in my opinion is by far the coolest firefly's spend most of their lives in the a lot of ro stage in when she says most she means like almost all of their lives are spent as larvae. I mean some spend one to two years just being voracious low babies. So the adult. Firefly's that i see flying around on the east coast china flash and find a mate. That's like a short period of their lives. Yeah yeah i mean. Some only live as adults for like a few weeks total. They're just out here. Trying to find a mate fertilize some eggs and die.

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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on Throughline

Throughline

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on Throughline

"Everything goes smoothly and peacefully in two thousand sixteen olympics came to rio de janeiro the beautiful brazilian city that has become a huge destination for tourism. But it's also one of the most economically unequal cities in the world. People living in extreme wealth living relatively close to people in poverty fellas dot the hills around the city. It's been a rough ride to real. The past couple of years have been a lot of anger over olympic spending and government corruption. Right police late. Friday blasting smook aids into this crowd of protesters. Then choji tear gas billowing gills boy wyckoff lewis also in rio. We'd been there since two thousand fifteen. I talked to people on the streets about their experience with the olympics. People who will never be able to a ticket to the olympic gains. And so. I did that when i arrived in rio and i met a number of courageous people across the city who're raising big and important questions about how hosting the olympics was affecting their city negatively. We saw all downsides of the olympics. Take shape in rio de janeiro. Rio de janeiro followed a trend. Many other cities engaged in remain hosted the olympics. I they overspent. I mean really overspent. What's kinda like what. I call each sketch economics where you have your edges sketch and you write the certain number.

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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Could you imagine pitching this shit. Hey we're going out this weekend where we go in the four seasons no the roof of the fuck and truck. What are we doing that. we're going to sleep on the roof of the trump. jesus christ by the way. If you're camping places where you got a camp in a tree like if you're here's what i want to say about campaign i'll say the same thing about rio de janeiro which is if you're going somewhere and before you go to the place like before you go to the city in central america or south america before you go someone goes oh make sure pack a fake wallet and a fake cell phone so when you get held up outside go room you can just hand of all your fake. Shed i'm out and when it comes to camping when people start explaining the rules of camping like well you got to sleep on the roof of your truck and then you gotta take your cooler and hoisted up to the top of the tree. Otherwise you're all going to be raped by bears tonight. I would go fuck it. We're going we're going to the high hotel i'm not showing is this is just to protect yourself from bears. Why can't you sleep. Came in places where you could be eaten by bears. That's my fucking rule. The plenty of places. That don't have bears. You can go to come out here tonight. You could go to an amusement park where they have happy. Animatronic bears who played insider charge. You don't need this. Yeah so when camped on the roof of their. Let me tell you what the the roof of your car. All right the roof when you're getting up on the roof of your vehicle. It's either the best.

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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

The No Limits Selling Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast

"These ninety minute walks in nature and let strategy and life bubble up and it's really amazing when when you do this in a setting like you're in my office on my couch and we're talking is a different experience than when you're out in nature so j. I love what you do. Welcome to the show so much around me on. I'm really excited to be here. Brilliant one of my highlights was. I got to go to rio de janeiro and do a presentation on neural linguistic programming. It was like the world congress. They headed for two years. Some of my mentors. We're going to be there so it was like. Don't screw up and what i was talking about. Was you know the quantum field that we're all connected with it and one of the examples i gave was you know sometimes working with clients in nature like i'm working with someone is about creativity in out of the blue. This disney quality dog comes up behind this person and starts frolicking around as we're talking about creativity here. He can't see it. I can and i was just talking about you. Know hell if you're in nature shit chose up kinda validate what you're talking about. And that was doing that. I swear to god. I did not do this. and i do. Not have this power but a giant monarch butterfly came and started flying around the center of the room. They thought it was me but it was just happenstance. But i took the credit all day. So your thoughts on that when you take plan a nature does nature show up in a way that can help set compensation along with that understanding. I think it does. And i think we're it's most helpful is as many of us are trying to crack new things on personal development or solve those business problems that we can't get our head around we get so stuck in our minds base and like you said ham sitting here in my office and it has this theme in this energy and i find that being in nature helps individuals almost get out of their own way takes their visual attention. Somewhere else As we all know when you when's the last time you went for a walk and felt worse and so there's that connection to nature that people start to get where i think they get a cleaner access.

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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on AP News

"Rio de Janeiro holding posters and flags, saying Get out scenario and 500,000 deaths. His fault. Similar marches took place in at least 22 of Brazil's 26 states. The protests were probated by opposition parties emboldened by the president's declining poll ratings. Next year's presidential race looms. Many of Boston arose. Supporters have held rallies over the past month to show their support for his decision to dismiss coronavirus restrictions in favor of protecting businesses. Critics say such measures have contributed to a soaring death toll and a sluggish vaccine campaign. I'm Karen Shamus Governor Gavin Newsom says California will pay off all the past due rent that accumulated in California because of the fallout from the pandemic. This is a P news. First timer wins the US Open Here's grandma cigars just two weeks after a devastating positive covert tests while leading the memorial tournament John Ram has broken through for his first major win at the US Open. He finished with a tournament blow round 67 to finish at six under the then watched as his rivals crashed one by one with South African Louis who stays in the last Istanbul blowing. His chances were the buggy of 17 to finish second at five under Defending champion Bryson, D. Shambo leading early on was eight over on his final nine. And finished eight shots back. I'm grandma goes Will Smith, star of Fresh Prince of Bel Air, among others, has been writing his memoir. It'll be released on November 9th. He says he's finally ready to tell his story. He's been working on this book for two years. It will be published by Penguin Press, he says. It's been a labor of love. It'll tell the story of his life and his career. I'm Rita Foley. AP News This.

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Soccer Stadiums Double as UK Vaccination Sites

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Soccer Stadiums Double as UK Vaccination Sites

"Anti government protesters took to the streets across Brazil as the nation's Kevin nineteen death toll soared past half the median thousands gathered in Rio de Janeiro holding places implying thing gets help listeners and five hundred thousand deaths his phones similar marches took place in at least twenty two of Brazil's twenty six states the protests were prevented by opposition parties emboldened by the president's declining poll ratings as next year's presidential race names many of us in our supporters have held rallies over the past month to show their support for his decision to dismiss coronavirus restrictions in favor of protecting businesses critics say such measures have contributed to soaring death toll and a sluggish faxing campaign the country of some two hundred and thirteen million people is registering nearly a hundred thousand new infections and two hundred thousand deaths a day I'm Karen Thomas

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As Brazil Tops 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths, Protesters Blame President

Balance of Nature

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

As Brazil Tops 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths, Protesters Blame President

"Today to demand the impeachment of the president. A BCS Claire Bauer reports from Rio de Janeiro as Brazil marked half a million lives lost to Covid 19. Thousands of protesters marched in cities across the country Saturday, blaming President Bolsonaro is handling of the pandemic for the devastating death toll. By demonstrators held signs with the names of loved ones lost. One sign reading. Who do you call when the president kills your dad? Others demanded more vaccines to date only 11% of Brazilian fully vaccinated, and health officials warn the country could be on the cusp of a third wave. Player Power. ABC NEWS Ready JANEIRO,

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At Least 25 Dead During Brazilian Police Raid in Rio

1A

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

At Least 25 Dead During Brazilian Police Raid in Rio

"On drug raid in the residential section of Rio de Janeiro turned into a gunfight today, resulting in at least 25 deaths. Authorities say several suspected drug traffickers were arrested, but none Were among the fatalities. It's being called the deadliest police operation in Rio in 16

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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Big cities like Rio de Janeiro and some follow to remote river communities along the Amazon. Over 400,000 Brazilians have died of Cove it since the pandemic began here last year. It's a death toll, second only to the United States. Many Brazilians blamed this man. The country's right wing populist leader. General Belson are Oh, here he is speaking in November, Justus the disastrous second wave was getting underway. Do the part of me here. Everything is about the pandemic. Nowadays we have got to stop with this. I'm sorry for the dead. I'm sorry, but we're all going to die. One day, Everybody here is going to die. We have to stop being a country of cities. Garcia Castro is a Brazilian researcher and chair of the Department of Global Health and Population at Harvard's Chan School of Public Health. The president of Brazil was Very similar to what Donald Trump used to be when he was president. So they both deny the importance of the virus. They both completely ignored Science. They both had behavior off, going out, hanging out with people shaking hands, not using masks, so Clearly against what had to be done. And they also both or against lockdowns. The country's top leadership allowed the virus to spread on hindered in the name of the economy, and with the belief that so called herd immunity could end the pandemic. It was a sequence often steaks that accumulated and end up with what we're seeing now, many more deaths and we should see Ondo hospitals not about to collect but completely collected already. City of Manaus, deep in the Amazon was where the health system collapsed first and hardest. It became so overwhelmed that doctors ran out of oxygen. Many covert patients simply suffocated to death, according to George Khalil, the head of clinical immunology and allergy at the University of some Paolo School of Medicine. It became a breeding ground for a new, highly infectious variant called P one. Inman AV Sarin, since we have many people that have already disease, so we had a partial immunity when you have partial immunity. You can select mutants. They have a better endurance to the receptor, or can you know? Escape from the immune response. The idea that herd immunity could provide a population with protection was disproven disastrously here. David Almeida has on Lee been the mayor of Manaus for a few months when the virus encountered a large number of people who'd previously been infected in his city. It evolved to become even more deadly. Don't you hours in upon the media nystagmus the peak of the pandemic we were burying more than 200 people a day. What lesson does Managua's have to teach the world about? The effectiveness of the so called herd immunity concept, so she meant to do Manav. A valiant was the emergence of a new variant happened exactly because of the great preparation of the virus in which the virus became more resistant to the treatment there only to pass to solving the pandemic issue. Social distancing on vaccination. Brazil is lagging behind the rest of the world. One of the reasons is Brazil's president, who's offered 70 million. Fizer does his last summer and declined to sign a contract alleging that the American pharmaceuticals giant refused to take responsibility for potential side effects, if you know Bullshit video shot If you turn into a crocodile, it's your problem if you turn into Superman, If if a woman grows a beard when a man starts speaking in a high voice, they want nothing to do with it. Only now. Over a year into the pandemic has the Brazilian government joined the global scramble for vaccines. The change of heart came as Bolson Ah rose popularity plummeted. Tens of thousands of graves are being added to cemeteries like this one with space running out grave diggers who can barely keep up with the pace, Exume older bones to make way for the deluge of covert dead here and some Paulo. Even so, there are still millions of bull scenario supporters who seem fazed by nothing. They argue that the lockdowns hurt the economy and that the science behind mask wearing is unproven at going rhetoric that the president himself has used throughout his tenure. We are poor country a lot of people dying starting in starvation because I need to work. Everybody needs work here said to see what's my own economy in Brazil. Patrick Fellini is a self described investor who spoke to me in a small protest camp in some Paolo that was set.

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Brazil Hits Record for Covid Deaths as Hospitals Near Collapse

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Brazil Hits Record for Covid Deaths as Hospitals Near Collapse

"Leading thang has worn out. Hospitals in brazil's largest cities are close to collapse due to a surge in covid nineteen cases. The few institute which is based in rio de janeiro says more than eighty percent of intensive care unit beds in urban areas are now

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"rio de janeiro" Discussed on Viajar correndo

Viajar correndo

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"rio de janeiro" Discussed on Viajar correndo

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Transformative Fasting From a Female Bodybuilder with Rosie Main

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

05:18 min | 2 years ago

Transformative Fasting From a Female Bodybuilder with Rosie Main

"Walk of fasting. Transformation summit were uncovering the most ancient inexpensive and powerful healing strategy known to mankind. Fasting on your host. Dr david shockers and today. I'm gonna talk to a good friend of mine. Who happens to be credible doctor and an athlete who is used. Fasting help upper overcome chronic health conditions. And be able to perform at optimal athlete and a doctor. And so the title of this transformative fasting bodybuilder. My friend is dr rosie main and dr rosiest passion vision to educate her community on a new level of thinking towards health and inspire people. Start making healthy lifestyle choices as done so for almost twenty years. She currently sees patients in our clinic. Main health solutions in meridian idaho. Helping families live to their full potential. She's a team. Chiropractor for usa wrestling and has been traveling internationally with the team. Since two thousand nine help from achieve peak performance and was usa wrestling team doctor at the two thousand twelve london olympics. Was the team. Chiropractor for usa wrestling in the two thousand sixteen olympics in rio de janeiro brazil. She also does. She also helps people with a weekly radio show and podcast. She doesn't both english and spanish inspires people on house. Transforming information all around the world is a co author christian living magazine and a chiropractor for a Idaho and the most notable characteristic. That's really what i know. Dr rosie's door is just this incredible heart passion for helping people. She happens to be a mother of twin boys. I have twin boys in common as well. And she has a heart to see families live to their potential through natural health. Care rosie. Thanks so much for joining us with the fast transformation summit. I am so happy. Be here david. I actually have just have passion for this topic and so when you invited me it was one of those has been on my heart. Been actively doing this war you know over a year now and i just said these moments are just right for the right time. Yeah absolutely. I think we were talking about it Background lead up to utah. I believe we had a conversation about it or you posted. Something on on social media can't remember but i was like rosie o. Would be such a good gas for the summit. And i remember we talked a little bit a while back about you know really what you struggled with krones right years ago and and start fast food through that i'd love for you to share that with our audience. Yes that's actually One of the biggest things that brought me to what i do now natural health through our practice. That guy was a bodybuilder back in two thousand and goin' shoes will You know my Competing time was at its peak at that time and then about six months into a show. That was preparing for. I began to lose extreme weight last twenty pounds at two thirty pounds in about two or three weeks and they couldn't understand what was going on other than just going to the bathroom. Continuously and so Stress at the time. I think to you chop off the emotional staff. The physical just go on to began medical school so long story short short. I got to the point where i went to. The hospital may down the segment mic. Hold on that was completely raw. Wanted to do surgery. My doctors told me that was the only option. And luckily my dad went to compete me out from san antonio to be back home. South texas was gonna take me to a doctor to their mexico and my cousin came to talk As to tack to my chiropractor. I work for it. I have no idea that you know. Chiropractic candidates need to do with a health of the back pain as fortunately once talking to him and after spending the summer there. Things changed for me that i had up coin to practice squad with leads me what i do today. So i'm very thankful for the circumstances. Sometimes we have to go through because of that. That started mine journey through health and i do a lot of still things to help. Heal my gut With even fasting bone broth fasting. Those kind of things for my god but you know you're a david recently. My struggle personally with my story has been my insulin and glucose at the tippety some. My mom actually lost her health. Diabetes mass sister last yet. Forty-seven also died from diabetes. So i have always had to struggle watching my family's with that just issues with health and again the circumstances that you walk through for a purpose and i have no doubt whatsoever that you know this has happened to me. Have really sensitive to glucose in more so through

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Socialists Make A Strong Comeback In Bolivia

All Things Considered

03:17 min | 2 years ago

Socialists Make A Strong Comeback In Bolivia

"Socialist appear to have made a strong comeback yesterday in Bolivia's presidential election. All of the votes have yet to be counted. But the handpicked candidate of ousted President Evo Morales seems to have taken a big lead in the first round. Those are supporters of socialist Louise Arcee, celebrating in downtown La Paz. NPR's Philip Reeves has been following this from his base in Rio de Janeiro and joins me now. Hi, Phil. Hi. Remind us what set the stage for this election. For the past year, Bolivia has been ruled by an interim president from the political right. Yeah, This goes back to late last year, when Morales was pushed out and went into exile. His opponent said he tried to rig an election. They cited an audit of that election by the Organization of American States that showed numerous irregularities. Others dispute those allegations and say Morales was the victim of a coup on elected interim government took over headed by right winger call Ginny Anya's. It's had a rough ride and yes crackdown on the opposition. Several dozen of Morales is indigenous supporters were killed by security forces during protests which polarized country of more Then the pandemic arrived in the electoral authorities postpone the election twice and that triggered mass protests and Nation and the nation wide blockade, and people were worried that yesterday's election would bring more unrest. But that didn't happen happily. So with all of this, how certain are we that the socialist Louise Arcee is actually one? Yeah, I mean, it doesn't appear that he's run out, won the first round outright, his main rival, Carlos Messer, today, conceded Saying that people have to recognize there's being a winner. The interim president Ginny Anya's tweeted, congratulations to us in his running mate Very early on Mexico in Argentina, You know, two big regional players politically on the left, have publicly congratulated him. And so, by the way is the U. S. Polls before the election did show us He was well ahead in the lead, you know as well in the lead, but his chances of winning out right in the first round weren't Sena's full. That great unofficial vote count indicate he's actually done that. But this hasn't been officially confirmed by the electoral authorities. They say the official count could take several days to complete. Can you say Maura about thie us in support of our say the U. S. Did concur with the allegations of border voter fraud committed by more Alice? Yeah, when they ran, it was pushed out. The Trump administration was frankly delighted, is a huge figure on the Latin American left. He was Bolivia's first indigenous president. He ruled for nearly 14 years. He's credited with growing the economy a lot not least through nationalization and lifting millions out of poverty with the help of a C who was his economy minister. S O. The prospect of a socialist comeback in Bolivia isn't likely to go down well in in Washington, the right wing tends to bracket morale is with Venezuelan Cuba and you know they saw his fall is a defeat for international socialism. But the State Department certainly saw the writing on the wall and has recently been saying it will work with whoever is legitimately elected. That's NPR's Philip Greaves. Thank you so

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Brazil’s coronavirus cases surpass 1 million

Silicon Valley Insider with Keith Koo

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Brazil’s coronavirus cases surpass 1 million

"Brazil has become the second country in the world to confirm more than a million cases of cove in nineteen as the disease continues to spread the number of coronavirus cases in Brazil has been climbing relentlessly for the last few decks infection keep spreading last week SO four consecutive days of more than twelve hundred fatalities but cities like sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro have started to real quick this is what president Shavelson rattle has campaigned for from the very beginning he's repeated more than once the unemployment of hunger resulting from the rock that was he says that the S.

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Introducing SUPERNATURAL WITH ASHLEY FLOWERS

Haunted Places

09:57 min | 3 years ago

Introducing SUPERNATURAL WITH ASHLEY FLOWERS

"By the time police got the call about the bodies Invitation Hill. It was already starting to get dark. The Hill is surrounded by thick forest and brush so for everyone's safety. They decided to hold off until morning. Of course the press didn't take the same precautions when officers finally did arrive on the morning of August. Twenty first nineteen sixty six vin. Tame Hill was already swarming with reporters. The even snapped a few photos before the bodies were carried away unfortunately all the original sources are in Portuguese and more than fifty years later. It's hard to track them all down but some of them were summarized in English in the flying saucer review which despite the name was fairly credible journal in the sixties based on those articles. Here's what we know about. The police investigation. The only easy part of this case was identifying the victims thirty two year old men. Well Pereira de Cruz and thirty four year old. Miguel Giuseppe Viana. Both men were electronics. Technicians from the town called compost dose. Go to causes. Which is about one hundred and seventy five miles northeast of Rio de Janeiro. Both of them were happily married. Well respected in the community and led pretty normal. Unassuming lives according to their families. Miguel and Manuel had left town. On the morning of Wednesday August Seventeenth nineteen sixty six three days before their bodies were found. They said they were heading to Sao Paulo to buy some electronics equipment. Along with a used car. They've been looking at. They took some money with them somewhere. Between two and three million Cruzeiros the conversion rate is a little hard to calculate. But that's somewhere worth like a few thousand. Us dollars today at about nine am. Miguel and Manuel headed out to the bus station accompanied by a friend named L. CEO Gomez. Elsa wanted to go into the bus station. See them off but the other two men insisted that he just drop them off outside. Elsia didn't understand what the big deal was but he didn't think too much of it. He watched Miguel men walk into the bus depot and then he went back home. That was the last time he ever saw his two friends alive now. Even with the minimal evidence police had at this point. There were a few things about this story. That didn't add up. When the bodies were found the only had a combined one hundred sixty one thousand Cruzeiro on them. The rest of the two three million is unaccounted for still to this day. And of course they didn't go to Sao Paulo like they told everyone else. They went to a town called NITA. Roy which is a suburb of Rio de Janeiro. Which is a good couple hundred miles away. The investigators went back to Nita. Roy Hoping to find some answers there but once they piece together the rest of August seventeenth nineteen sixty six. All they had were more questions. Miguel and men wells bus would have arrived in Nita Roy at around two or two thirty that afternoon their first stop was an electronic store. They'd been to that store before so we can assume it carried some kind of equipment that wasn't sold in their own town but for some reason they left the store without buying anything and they didn't even talk to the sales clerk there now. Maybe the store was out of whatever they were looking for. But the taken a five hour bus ride to get there. Why on Earth wouldn't they at least check with the clerk? Before leaving either way after they lead the electronic store it starts to rain so they stop into a clothing store nearby and buy a pair of matching raincoats again. This doesn't raise any red flags on its own. But what is weird? The clerk said that they left in such a rush that they didn't even bother to put on the coats before running out into the rain. The coach that they just bought now. You might assume that the big appointment that they were rushing to was with the owner of that used car that they were looking to buy. But you'd be wrong. They didn't buy any car during the trip so if they weren't buying electronics and they weren't buying a car. What were they doing there? Oddly the next time may surface is at a bar in the same neighborhood as the clothing store and when they get to the bar. They're still very anxious about the time. Miguel goes to the counter and orders a bottle of mineral water according to the bartender. He's acting very like nervous and impatient and while he's ordering he keeps glancing over at the clock after paying for the water. Miguel keeps the receipt and this might not seem like a big clue but Brazil has a recycling policy where you could return empty bottles for a deposit. So whatever or whoever they're waiting for. Miguel assumes won't take too long and he'll have time to return the bottle before heading home that evening no one saw Miguel. Well leave the bar so we don't know if they met someone there or they left alone but at five PM. They're seen at the foot of ENTAME Hill. Which is just outside town. They pull up in a jeep driven by someone with blonde hair. There were two other men in the car as well but the witness couldn't see them clearly. Whoever these three men were they were the last people to see Miguel and well alive. So by this point police had mapped out all of their movements from leaving home in the morning to arriving at the hill that night but none of it offered any clues about what actually happened next. We already mentioned a few the strange details at the scene of the deaths. But if we take a closer look it's even more baffling. Let's start off with what they didn't have the money that they brought with them. The most obvious possibility is that this was a robbery gone wrong but staging a scene like this would have taken a lot of time and effort for not a ton of money and they also left some behind also. There were no injuries on either of the bodies. No CUTS NO BRUISES. No Burns no sign of violence at all. When the corner didn't autopsy there were no internal damages either and strangely. Despite sitting out in the open for three days on a hill that's swarming with wildlife. The bodies were totally untouched by animals. No one can really say what that means but it kind of seems like there was something unnatural about the death if even the vultures didn't WanNa touch them if this wasn't a murder the next possibility was suicide but this theory sort of falls apart too because Miguel still had the empty water bottle and the receipt. If he knew he was going to die. Why go through the trouble of saving that receipt beyond that police find three pages of handwritten notes? That definitely didn't suggest a suicide pact. The first page has a a list of electronics parts. Numbers along with some Algebra work. The equation uses Ohm's law which is E. equals. I are which is used to calculate the strength of an electrical current now. The two men were electronics technicians. After all so everyone assumes these are just notes for a work project now. The next page though is more of an enigma translated from Portuguese. It says quote Sunday one tablet after the meal. Monday one tablet in the morning on an empty stomach. Tuesday one tablet after the meal Wednesday one tablet before bedtime and quote. Obviously this is talking about some kind of prescription. But as far as anyone knows neither Miguel or amend well were sick now. The last dose that Wednesday before bedtime dose would have been taken right before they died but due to decomposition the corner couldn't get useful out of the toxicology report so we still don't know what was in those mysterious tablets and this was a little hard for me to understand because just a second ago I know. He said the bodies kind of untouched by wildlife. I expected them to be in. Good condition. But whatever's going on at the time they either didn't have the technology they didn't have the time and they weren't able to test for it so finally. The third page has another set of instructions. This one said quote sixteen thirty be at the determined location. Eighteen thirty swallow capsules after the effect protect metals week for mask signal end quote. Now the confusion isn't a translation issue. It doesn't make any sense in Portuguese either. It almost seems like the note was kind of scribbled down quickly in some kind of shorthand which probably means someone gave the instructions verbally and someone else wrote them down putting it all together. We can at least gathered that Miguel Aiman. Well weren't the victims of some kind of random attack. They came to the hill for a reason. And that brings us to our last piece of evidence. The lead masks themselves now. You're probably picturing a full mask. That covers your entire face. Almost like what welders wear but these were about the size and shape of sunglasses made out of solid lead. They were apparently homemade and cut. Roughly FROM SCRAP METAL. Lead blocks radiation. So it's often used as a coating protective goggles and facials but these masks were too small to offer any real protection and since they were solid metal. It'd be impossible to see or do anything while wearing them so at first police had no idea what to make of these masks but after some digging it turned out that this wasn't an isolated incident according to flying saucer review. There was another case four years earlier. Where another electronics technician had been found dead on a hill with a lead mask in that previous case the police determined that the man went up to the hill and took some kind of drugs because he was convinced it would allow him to pick up radio and TV signals with his

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Solving the Lead Masks of Vintem Hill

Extraterrestrial

10:10 min | 3 years ago

Solving the Lead Masks of Vintem Hill

"By the time police got the call about the bodies on Vin Tame Hill. It was already starting to get dark. The Hill is surrounded by thick forest and brush so for everyone's safety. They decided to hold off until morning. Of course the press didn't take the same precautions when officers finally did arrive on the morning of August. Twenty first nineteen sixty six vin. Tame Hill was already swarming with reporters. The even snapped a few photos before the bodies were carried away unfortunately all the original sources are in Portuguese and more than fifty years later. It's hard to track them all down but some of them were summarized in English in the flying saucer review which despite the name was fairly credible journal in the sixties based on those articles. Here's what we know about. The police investigation. The only easy part of this case was identifying the victims thirty two year. Old Manuel Pereira de Cruz and thirty. Four year old. Miguel Giuseppe Viana. Both men were electronics technicians from the town called compost dose. Goto causes which is about one hundred and seventy five miles northeast of Rio de Janeiro. Both of them were happily married. Well respected in the community and led pretty normal. Unassuming lives according to their families. Miguel Manuel had left town. On the morning of Wednesday August Seventeenth nineteen sixty six three days before their bodies were found. They said they were heading to Sao Paulo to buy some electronics equipment. Along with a used car. They've been looking at. They took some money with them somewhere. Between two and three million Cruzeiros the conversion rate is a little hard to calculate. But that's somewhere worth like a few thousand. Us dollars today at about nine. Am Gal and Manuel headed out to the bus station accompanied by a friend named L. CEO Gomez. Elsia wanted to go into the bus station. See them off but the other two men insisted that he just dropped them off outside. Elsia didn't understand what the big deal was but he didn't think too much of it. He watched Miguel Amon. Well walk into the bus depot. And then he went back home. That was the last time he ever saw his two friends alive now. Even with the minimal evidence police had at this point. There were a few things about this story. That didn't add up. When the bodies were found the only had a combined one hundred sixty one thousand Cruzeiro on them. The rest of the two to three million is unaccounted for still to this day. And of course they didn't go to Sao Paulo like they told everyone else. They went to a town called neater. Roy which is a suburb of Rio de Janeiro. Which is a good couple hundred miles away. The investigators went back to need a Roy hoping to find some answers there but once they piece together the rest of August seventeenth nineteen sixty six. All they had were more questions. Miguel men wells. Bus would have arrived in Nita Roy at around two or two thirty that afternoon their first stop was an electronic store. They've been to that store before so we can assume it carried some kind of equipment that wasn't sold in their own town but for some reason bay left the store without buying anything and they didn't even talk to the sales clerk there now. Maybe the store was out of whatever they were looking for. But the taken a five hour bus ride to get there. Why on earth wind they at least check with the clerk before leaving either way after they lead the electronic store it starts to rain so they stop into a clothing store in nearby and buy a pair of matching raincoats again. This doesn't raise any red flags on its own. But what is weird? The clerk said that they left in such a rush that they didn't even bother to put on the coats before running out into the rain. The coach that they just bought now. You might assume that the big appointment that they were rushing to was with the owner of that used car that they were looking to buy. But you'd be wrong. They didn't buy any car during the trip so if they weren't buying electronics and they weren't buying a car. What were they doing there? Oddly the next time they surface is at a bar in the same neighborhood as the clothing store and when they get to the bar. They're still very anxious about the time. Miguel goes to the counter and orders a bottle of mineral water according to the bartender. He's acting just very nervous and impatient and while he's ordering he keeps glancing over at the clock after paying for the water. Miguel keeps the receipt and this might not seem like a big clue but Brazil has a recycling policy where you could return empty bottles for a deposit. So whatever or whoever they're waiting for. Miguel assumes it won't take too long and he'll have time to return the bottle before heading home that evening. No one saw ag- elleman well leave the bar so we don't know if they met someone there or they left alone but at five pm they're seen at the foot of entame hill which is just outside town. They pull up in a jeep driven by someone with blonde hair. There were two other men in the car is well. The witness couldn't see them clearly. Whoever these three men were they were the last people to see Miguel and well alive. So by this point police had mapped out all of their movements from leaving home in the morning to arriving at the hill that night but none of it offered any clues about what actually happened next. We already mentioned a few strange details at the scene of the deaths but if we take a closer look it's even more baffling. Let's start off with what they didn't have the money that they brought with them. The most obvious possibility is that this was a robbery gone wrong but staging a scene like this would have taken a lot of time and effort for not a ton of money and they also left some behind also. There were no injuries on either of the bodies. No CUTS NO BRUISES. No Burns no sign of violence at all. When the coroner didn't autopsy there were no internal damages either and strangely. Despite sitting out in the open for three days on a hill that's swarming with wildlife. The bodies were totally untouched by animals. No one can really say what that means but it kind seems like there was something unnatural about the deaths if even the vultures didn't WanNa touch them if this wasn't a murder the next possibility was suicide but this theory sort of falls apart too because Miguel still had the empty water bottle and the receipt. If he knew he was going to die. Why go through the trouble of saving the receipt beyond that police find three pages of handwritten notes? That definitely didn't suggest a suicide pact. The first page has a list of electronics parts numbers. Along with some Algebra work the equation uses Ohm's law which is E. equals. I are which is used to calculate the strength of an electrical current now. The two men were electronics technicians. After all so everyone assumes these are just notes for a work project now. The next page though is more of an enigma translated from Portuguese. It says quote Sunday one tablet after the meal. Monday one tablet in the morning on an empty stomach. Tuesday one tablet after the meal Wednesday one tablet before bedtime and quote. Obviously this is talking about some kind of prescription. But as far as anyone knows neither Miguel or amend well were sick now. The last dose that Wednesday before bedtime dose would have been taken right before they died but due to decomposition the corner couldn't get anything useful out of the toxicology report so we still don't know what was in those mysterious tablets and this was a little hard for me to understand because just a second ago. I know he said the bodies were kind of untouched by wildlife. I expected them to be in. Good condition but whatever's going at the time they just either didn't have the technology didn't have the time and they weren't able to test for it so finally. The third page has another set of instructions. This one said quote sixteen thirty be at the determined location. Eighteen thirty swallow capsules after the effect protect metals. Wait for mask signal end quote. Now the confusion isn't a translation issue. It doesn't make any sense in Portuguese either. It almost seems like the note was kind of scribbled down quickly in some kind of shorthand which probably means someone gave instructions verbally and someone else wrote them down putting it all together. We can at least gather that. Miguel men well. Weren't the victims of some kind of random attack. They came to the hill for a reason. And that brings us to our last piece of evidence. The lead masks themselves now. You're probably picturing a full mass at like cover entire face almost like what welders wear but these were about the size and shape of sunglasses made out of solid lead. They were apparently homemade and cut. Roughly FROM SCRAP METAL. Lead blocks radiation. So it's often used as a coating protective goggles and facials but these masks were too small to offer any real protection and since they were solid metal. It'd be impossible to see or do anything while wearing them so at first police had no idea what to make these masks. But after some digging it turned out that this wasn't an isolated incident according to flying saucer review. There was another case four years earlier where another electronics technician had been found dead on a hill with a lead mask in that previous case the police determined that the man went up to the hill and took some kind of drugs because he was convinced it would allow him to pick up radio and TV signals with his mind now. One delusional technician we can accept but three is a different story. There was something bigger going on here and no one knew how many lives would be taken before this was

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Carnival begins in Rio, but tourists will face contaminated water

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Carnival begins in Rio, but tourists will face contaminated water

"Carnaval has kicked off in Rio de Janeiro but it's not all music and dancing the city is also dealing with an issue of contaminated water murky water coming out of the taps that smells and tastes like clay it doesn't seem to be scaring anyone off an estimated ten million tourists are expected in the Brazilian city con of all is held every year in the days leading up to Ash Wednesday samba schools lead the

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