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"riquet" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"List future the also recently received the highest series a venture capital investment in history for a cybersecurity company at evaluation of two point. Two billion dollars riquet wanted to share a couple of recommendations for technology and digital executives on how to improve company cybersecurity infrastructure. Thank you so much. Peter i. I strongly recommend to take part of their budget and dedicated to really innovative companies. It has to be built into the budgets upfront so that it serves a forcing function to really look for new technologies. The the second recommendation is outside of identity. There two very interesting classes of security technologies that are emerging. The first one is improving the quality of code to make sure that your developers are not introducing software vulnerabilities. The second is cloud security. I think we're in the first inning of hundreds of companies. That'll be created offering really innovative ways of securing the multitude of problems of the cloud environments. I just wanna leave your audience with this elastic. Every single time. They have to enter their password. Change their password. Can't remember their password or any other problems. Please remember transmit security and now onto the interview when the full so. Let me introduce a quickly. Deborah king and jim swanson. Deborah is the sap jif inflammation and transformation office Agra signs was previously division of dow dupont and became an independent company in two thousand nineteen with twenty two thousand employees and twenty three countries. It's the only global pure play agriculture company in the industry and deborah. Let the monkey technology transformation efforts that enabled that successful Spin off off of course have and today. Deborah leads the technology and digital strategy and escort him. I put for the benefit of enriching the lives of those produce in those who consume so essentially many of us and certainly all of us as consumers. Also here is jim swanson jim. Edp and enterprise cio for johnson and johnson as many of you know johnson and johnson is one of the world's largest accompanies one of the oldest multinational companies across three business segments including consumer pharmaceuticals and medical devices..
"riquet" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"Host pure. Hi my guess is as you look at you. As the chief technology officer and director of olympic technology it intel accompany spent nearly three decades with as a director of olympic technology. He helps drive improvements experience of all olympic stakeholders. He draws innovation engines. Recross intel to deliver this. And i look forward to hearing more about the method sees us. The transition brought to life but first a word from our partner transmit security in the company's co founder and president rotation wound car transmit security is cybersecurity organization that focuses on identity experience and his enabling secure password. List future the also recently received the highest series a venture capital investment in history for a cybersecurity company at evaluation of two point. Two billion dollars riquet wanted to share a couple of recommendations for technology digital executives on how to improve accompanied cybersecurity infrastructure. Thank you so much peter i. I strongly recommend to take part of their budget and dedicated to really innovative companies. It has to be built into the budgets upfront so that it serves a forcing function to really look for new technologies. The the second recommendation is outside of kennedy. They're two very interesting. Classes of security technologies that are emerging. The first one is improving the quality of code to make sure that your developers are not introducing software vulnerabilities. The second is cloud security. I think we're in the first inning of hundreds of companies. That'll be created offering really innovative ways of securing the multitude of problems. The cloud environments. I just wanna leave your audience with this elastic. Every single time. They have to enter their password. Change their password. I can't remember their password or any other problems. Please remember transmit security and now onto the interview you know. Welcome to declaration. It's to be here wonderful. Well let's talk about that a little bit. What a fascinating title to have the director of olympic technology. In addition to your cto title of talk a bit about your purview. As as director of olympic technology. And how this came about so You know into as being a worldwide partner of the of the olympic games since twenty. Seventeen and i basically manage all the technology dimensions of that in terms of integrating intel technology and driving technology innovation from intel into the olympic movement. That large in into olympic and now paralympic games Starting with beijing and it includes you know the the innovation the execution the implementation of the technical customer relationships so to speak so working with our olympic and paralympic stakeholders to understand their needs and then identify that technologies and strategies intel align well with those needs to satisfy them and create wonderful experiences for all stakeholders involved..
"riquet" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Yeah i'm right here. What he's talking about. 'cause you camera was already got the big skype signal. My livestream nod. That's not me man. That's something else. I'm looking at myself. I can see him on. The youtube is show under skype logo. Face man man. I'm working on it. We wait in on comma and we're going to see what else is out there for. You thank you obviously for calling in man I just posted a picture of you in the border wars chad and riquet took. Vincent's cameraman you. Need to post that Chairman should let everybody know what they can finally Appreciate it appreciate the opportunity of nice for real. You know. I have a avalos schedule. Kinda settled From guy. Aj from another podcast wanna do interview interview About me we're gonna talk about border wars That came about so You know appreciate the opportunity you know. That's been the biggest blessing for me. Kind of help leads lead samaya to my weight loss journeyman so appreciate it and if anybody that doesn't follow me. One followed I'm at the underscore tank underscored I'll see a lot of salvadorian pitchers that me. You could follow me. A lotta my my boxer stuff. I try to stay pretty active on social media so Yeah making me a follow. Melvin tank firm and appreciate you coming through in time. i gotta tell me to starbucks. What's up with that. Because i this came. He always fucks mine as we called you. Melvin okay okay. I was like maybe they talked about. Melvin who the fuck malcolm has to.
"riquet" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast
"Is Actually it's the indicator ye created will at some it's the ratio of Like last nodes Major like i was mentioning of liquid supply scene chocolate vicariously up two types of people. The mac it is The the split of guys they You can look only wallets and you can look at the history and and see the of coins move in out of their wallets. They they are in the game to trade Is more than most in the in. The other side is the the invested that Stacks coins in non lot leaves from his wallace. Nyquil is guys rick ashley. Riquesa this world not gonna really kill the coins So we need you. A ratio between the two was which what you did actually You can create The similar thing but is based on the quality like as more coins float into the strong hands riquet sleaze. This is the speaker of hands. You'll see the same sort of supply shock. You know the speaker of hands that are willing to sell the coins. Whereas rick these out the holding and they're not gonna let coins goat So as the strong hanes gain more and more those coins the it becomes a supply shock in the coins. Held by speaking of hands is reducing. So my look at that in both cases whether it's the immature but exchanges or the qualitative. You of coins helped by strong hanza really moving towards long-term holders moving off exchanges and were you know if you look at the qualitative you were really Making knee highs again. We're back in the zion's with bitcoin was trading fifty five sixty thousand dollars and let's continue to climb so that's a very interesting time in the mac. It right now with the price is divergent from unchain The price action the teen. Who you traders at a selling down These of shorts. In the mac of and it looks very kind of like a bearish grind. Meanwhile the unchained picture shows A lot of accumulation like very ridiculously strong cumulation The is not reflected in the price action and we last saw the In the months before kind of october where price would been ranging sidewise pumped up to like was it Eleven thousand twelve thousand people go really bullish in doubt down to eighteen thousand and so the the trajectory was downwards in sideways in all through that time Apply shaq was was steeply rising steeply rising a lotta coins moving off exchanges la recast the controlling more coins In the elderly intially exploded into a complete Bullish ran from november onwards And the fewer if i recall.
"riquet" Discussed on Up First
"We're not gonna do it that way anymore. So what happened on that tour. How did they win them over. Well in reggae. Ot has a theory actually prepared carefully for this moment many months before when instead of hiring coders from silicon valley to make this tanker tool he called up his friends in the air. Force people. I at hey do you know any airman. They know how to write code at. I was able to find these six. And why did you want airman in particular. Who i know our airmen in. They're women but why did you want them as opposed to getting coders from right there in the valley it was to make a statement if we had grabbed coders from silicon valley. Come in and do this. They probably would have done it faster. I'm sure if i would have been better quality we'd pick the right coders but then the air force and senior leadership would have looked and said. Oh well this is just the same. As outsourcing contracting. There's nothing new here. Where you making this statement consciously when you did that yes. It was very conscious and riquet. Said he'd realize something. In all his efforts at diplomacy he needed coders that military people could trust. Good quality offer actually requires trust acquires. The leaders and the users to trust at that software development team is going to build what they need and i felt the best way to demonstrate that was with military members. Steve program office boss says yeah. That was nice to see coders from the air force. But it wasn't what changed his mind. What really shocked steve. We're just seeing how this office worked up close and that's what d-. Iu was intended to do right. Expose the department of defense to new ideas d. i. u. x. which is now just called. They've dropped the x for experimental was created by the secretary of defense with this idea that the military needed more proximity to silicon valley. That was the part that was really shocking. To me is that the department of defense had to learn this from completely outside the department which very quickly leads to the next thought which is what else do we not know about so actually on that same trip to san francisco. The program office people and and regain his team. Go into a room and decide what they're going to name this unit because in a very silicon valley way it's important to have a cool name and the cool name that they come up with it by popular vote is kessel run. Which of course everyone knows he's reference to hans solo speed record. You've never heard of the millennium faulk should i. It's the shit that made the kessel ronin lessons will carson. I'm not running star ships. One of the models they have now is that we make products that airmen love to us which is such a silicon valley. Thought right okay. People are going to love to use this product. I don't think anyone ever in the entire history of the. Us military thought about loving that many pieces of military hard or software kessel run isn't just doing the tanker tool anymore. The air force tasked them with the whole upgrade of the air operation. Center and kessel run is inspired spinoffs in other parts of the air force and other branches of the military. Steve were now runs. Kessel run and when people from the pentagon come to visit. He's the one who gives them the tour we have nearly every week. Distinguished visitors visiting kessel run. Everybody wants to see. It's open collaborative. Space there's food snacks ping pong and foosball table. Aveer tap of course and then invariably those tech tourists leave and they don't necessarily support. The budget kessel runs been nearly zeroed out a couple of times. That's the frustrating thing is realizing how much visibility it's getting and how supportive senior leaders are versus the sort of budget process that disconnect this frustrating the old way of acquiring software is still the norm.
"riquet" Discussed on Conversations On Cub Creek
"And starting in the mid sixties, he traveled the World Playing Blues and Jazz Clubs and festivals. In Rica was taken under wing by the famous American jazz pianist, Hampton Hawes, becoming fast friends and sharing many musical experiences again. He's opened for miles. Davis and was probably the last piano player to play with the legendary basis Jaakko stories. Ron De la Vega born to a Cuban father and an American mother from Alabama has played cello and bass and bands and orchestras like Dave Brubeck then he goodman and Mannheim steamroller, he's played live and recorded with tons of artists from Los Angeles to Nashville including the crickets, Jerry Lee Lewis Albert, Lee Eddie, Van Halen Waylon, Jennings Jerry Reed, Brenda Lee, and Nancy Griffith's blue. Moon Orchestra. I'M GONNA stop right there because if I read his complete list, we'd run out of time to talk. I promise you that I did my best to make this episode, a single our, but I failed miserably. So once again, I have separated this episode into our parts. I had to master musicians hanging out talking about their extraordinary lives and jamming again. I didn't want the night to end and you won't either. So. Let's get the conversation started. Oh man that is sweet. Well welcome. My friends Ron de la Vega and in riquet Bony it is not easy these days in particular to get virtuosic musicians in one room hard to do that in general. But in these days of quarantine, it's even harder but we have pulled it off cannot wait talk about your y and Cuba and all that's influenced you both Ron, you got the upright base and Enrica you're already behind the key. So We start this off with a song. This first song was written by George and IRA. Gershwin I think in Nineteen Twenty eight and I sung think correct me if I'm wrong in nineteen thirty Broadway.
"riquet" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"As in south Austin hello and Riquet how's it going good good good good are you all doing today were great thank you what do you think about this mail in voting issue well doctor what every time a Democrat loses an election or severe stress interferes in elections all of a sudden a few boxes of both have found some put some clothes on in the valley the manager quickly million votes going to do that's what trump is saying yeah when did that happen when did that happen last I think it happened in well in in Arizona wasn't there lady that got in big trouble because all of a sudden she found a box somewhere like in a storage room awesome the election she madam is always at box in Riquet it was battling that another thing is if they do the Maryland voting they would have to remove any kind of the code on the envelopes never have to use security elements within the legacy through the through the paper to make sure there are certain zip codes don't get Los what was that all conservatives in the cold for all liberals it cold it is I don't know what happened I should note no because candidates mostly Democrats but there's a few parts of central standard are conservative and then both Republicans stolen I'm pretty sure do you have Democrats are going to be out in about I was scouting and finding out workforce but pollution both what way and in re K. is gonna be Santa whatever happened to my Almelo but never heard back that any a deal in the mail and with a mail in ballot you don't know you don't know if your vote even got counted it could have gotten lost it well it kind of got lost in the mail it could've did who knows what happened are you how do you know one hundred percent if you do a mail in ballot at a discounted unless you actually go deliver it to the police station conversely have you know a hundred percent that when you go to the polls you're you're it's going to be counted well I figure if it's in the computer system exactly exactly and I'm not saying that they can't make mistakes in there but I think it would be more likely that my mail in ballot would be lost before the computer made a mistake no no you can't you can't make that comparison the only person voting versus Maryland there's no way you can make a comparison us through to say that what happened to my phone when I went to it to your policy it Rick have a good afternoon thanks so much five one two eight three six zero five ninety if you're just joining us the secretary of state for Texas says in the upcoming July elections here in Texas the state is recommending that you bring your own pen in your own hand sanitizer come on taxes you can put out the hand sanitizer offering the pen you put out the hand sanitizer this is Robert in Round Rock at two forty nine how's it going today Robert good afternoon guys and girls Hey you know so I was driving and I was thinking well how can people vote you know in the mail and okay so you know how when the people come by for the census right well why don't they just come by and you know for people who can't drive or anything on both still does come to your house and you can vote and and that way they get sick you do electronically or they could do it with a valid but that way you know the first moved alive or dead is it do you like that approach yeah because you know I you know when the sector's combat people knock on the door to verify you know who's in the household well why can't they do it when you vote for for people who you know who can't make it to the you know the book our place only only by request is what you're saying not everybody I regret you know you just say Hey you can't come will be more than happy will come out there you know and and and obviously before the election you know there's this happens you know weeks and months welcome to you and you can get your ballot you know you don't like chronically or you know we just wanna know that that the person voting isn't it if they're not but residents that's all I think I think there's been some confusion because the president sent out a tweet saying that Michigan had sent out mail in ballots but instead found Michigan was sending out applications to get those ballots I think some people are confused about that I think the president was confused about that well I I I just want to ban mail in ballots you know all the people who are sixty five and older okay but that younger people will just come your house you can place your vote that way that way you know you're alive not dead rob relations the envoy Robert thank you yes it go ahead yeah they should they should be able to Robert to to to get one of those voting voting Polson rolls every year to get out the dead people they should be able to do that but it does help get people get out of here what do you do you have a let's go to trial this is Peter at two fifty one good afternoon Peter all this is Jonathan on K. L. B. J. hello Jonathan hello this go ahead Jonathan looks like the Democrats are going to shove this a mail in ballot thing down our throats whether we want it or not so I have an idea everybody when you get your mail in ballot you put a biometric descriptor like your thumb print on the ballot and mail it back make your your selection mail it back in when he gets to the courthouse they get stand against the DMV license about people and we'll know if that person exists or not it deals only now their registration I don't think they can put something together that complicate.
"riquet" Discussed on WTOP
"Apply money news at twenty five and fifty five on WTOP stock futures are down again this morning Dow futures down eight hundred ninety four points nasdaq futures off to fifty five S. and P. futures down ninety six the CEO of the largest theater chain in America is hoping to have locations open by mid June Adam Aron CEO of AMC entertainment admits it's unclear exactly when the movie theater industry will be back on its feet but he certainly go is will be eager to return because of theater closures across the country and internationally studios have been emptying their release dates through June and July Xerox has walked away from his thirty five billion dollars hostile cash and stock bid for H. P. after the outbreak wait on this campaign to take over the PC and printing equipment maker it represents a victory for H. P. CEO in Riquet lorries who faced a takeover battle as soon as he took over the reins of the company in November and it's a defeat for Xerox CEO John Visentin former Hewlett Packard executive straight ahead after traffic and weather president trump warning of a bad two weeks ahead with potentially hundreds of thousands of deaths even with good social distancing eight twenty six the following promotion announcement is brought to you by Hubbard broadcasting now is a great time to get your rocks off because breaking the band is back on reveals it's kind of like a backstage pass to the stories of the FIA's Sablan journey the police that's my stadium voice breaking the band cranks up on Sunday night April nineteenth you can get reels on your cable and on your satellite all over.
"riquet" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Biden clashing with the candidate with the other candidates and no big winners or losers in the debate I don't feel but joke by at least was standing in his eyes then start bleeding or anything like that so there was no major he remained a few gaps right as usual but nothing that I think was gonna to be damage to damaging cooling Castro is a big loser actually who are called out Biden basically trying to insinuate that he was too old and that I think drew some we can hear that we will have that cliff now of Julian Castro calling Biden forgetful because it was so well the key moments in the debate. I'm sorry I'm sorry we got. before we do that we've got a guest on the line with us got firsts in democratic political consultant sorry Scott I jumped the gun there. okay what we do but in Castro's so I would like very much like yeah you can call me forgetful because I just I I just pulled up by the way do you not remember that you just call him on the phone yes I'm getting. but the jobs to vote for you okay thank you very much but what do you what was your impression of the debate winners and losers Scott. yeah I think I think I think consistently the loser before does very well in these in these in these things I think it gets better yeah Biden though that the Castro biking exchange was interesting I agree with you that that Castro was a loser and it was interesting I agree with you that that Castro was a loser and that's and that maybe you have to throw sort of hail Mary passes to do these things whether you are a provider not people like so we sort of impact in that way yeah it is called full what you eat it was the hope. old is one thing yeah you know I I thought that was a big was also a big loser for me was come what Harris select button is very very good but I really really bad performance in that debate had a really really bad performance in that debate at all got behind the curtain on the wizard of oz well I think I have to get a little I don't know yeah we all know it's like who is it's like that little guy it's like you mean the wizards like the wizard of talking about a call it's called the wizard of oz that you know it didn't know it was terrible line with the tough questions to find the palace. yeah and I think the palace. yeah and it may have been over prepared I mean which used when her best she is your she's very competent cheaper craze that she's smart. obviously got the boxes of state I think that just turned over prepared to try to get her up and destroying over prepared to try to get her up into that you saw we know that top tier and I think that was a mistake. Warren Riquet continually slides during these debates she doesn't really get very many tough questions like the others have I think it's pretty pretty obvious that the media really likes her and do you know the old to call the closest she came to get taken a little shot was when Joe Biden said while you're with Bernie I'm with Barak but even even kind of box that line a little bit so it didn't really resonate very much I thank. but as you say. I believe that the if I didn't believe that the the bar that we have for him yeah. so it has been the most. the other person who gets. the other person who did well who doesn't get the credit for some time with the traction is the court reporter did you all end up in this debate it is on the debate stage is clearly he looks to be several inches taller than most of the month yeah yeah yeah and I think that kind of presence it may be that the or you sell by the crowd doesn't translate to the small stage but he does better in small stage but I think better and it doesn't doesn't necessarily see outside of these debates in either those deluded judge either devoted judge either yeah yes like the smart guy the smartest guy in a room but nobody really but not the greatest politician maybe now in the people vote for my going to be really crowded that voted for years to come yeah and yeah I like that you know sort of that sense of reality. clear headed thinking on the stage which yeah which I like yeah no it is definitely some good things about him he just that never seems to win the debate Sir have a key moment that he needs to take off. right I'm not sure he's capable just thought I would give him thirty Joe Biden say you can go to set. I kind of did you just forget what you said. you know I can't imagine ever doing that and then at one point in the debate he said water you know we should be attacking each other and the newly Castro what rightly pointed out letting Castro what rightly pointed out well this is a democratic election that's what elections are all about so yeah you get cash from that point is exactly right in contrast why we watch right you know everyone's agreeing on every day everything and everyone is complement each other that. that's not gonna work and yet you know maybe call Prasar in pointing that out the first one to do that put it out exactly what you're not doing very well she's not gonna contrast and she's got to start doing that right right I agree yeah she didn't particularly impressed and although some people thought she did well I didn't see it myself but what do you think the race going forward the polls seem to suggest we did a poll with Bernie Sanders up in New Hampshire over jobs to be slipping a little bit. I think that I I still think. I I still think that you know you've got three front runners I'm still skeptical that they die just assume one will rise of sort of. start to take will rise of sort of. got to take calls from the other one in and I've always thought that would be was before taking votes from job right I mean from Bernie Sanders yeah but I think there is you know I think there's room for so there's there's room for two or three more in a single room for Cory Booker or somebody else it remains an interesting interesting yeah and I think the story going into it and I think the story going into into despair and Iowa New Hampshire as people start to pay attention if they can ride that momentum man. take a ride that momentum man you know there's room enough for somebody in the Gary Hart position come up from the side at the end of your company and when these early contests yeah I agree I always going to be key to some to whatever you know because whoever wins I always gonna bring that momentum to New Hampshire and or whoever does well in Iowa or somebody might surprise and do you like snag a third place showing or second place showing that even be considered protected even be called as like the winner of the other I would. they sneak up like that so that I think there's I don't I wouldn't it is a three person race right now but I wouldn't totally rule out. maybe as of at making it a four person race. give it a four person race. absolutely. and other people with money I mean you could should just get money that that they'll hang on through you know maybe they're one of those people but it yeah there there are a few people were sitting outside of the capture of their out through at least those first couple contest. yeah there's no reason for them to drop out. but you what do you think do you have the people like seem to yeah I think it's interesting that the candidates all seems like want to talk about trump trump let's go out let's attack truck okay SunTrust cuddle here is that was her strategy but it like you said we work it out so much in the doesn't really work that's so much in the division the dates are all about trying to draw contrasts and that's what the questions are in the media is rightly tried to get the differences between the candidates it's not going to be all about trump. this is where I think you know church does I think the best job in terms of having a message that resonates with a broader one that might resonate with the rest of the people who will be tuning in to sort of see the differences and you've got all the clover sure she she can she can go in the corners are you can you can you can really wants from the Midwest. to find what that being. does a better job yup you can sort of more. a better delivery or delivery with the cerebral aspects of the people that you might actually have the ideal candidate that's what we're looking for the Democratic Party someone is gonna win in both places at all I where in Michigan and in Wisconsin. wondering ally what your thoughts are on this new not entirely new but sort of growing. crowd singing with Elizabeth Warren you know how organic do you think it is certainly are is there seems to be some excitement there but it also strikes me as odd. some sort of electability argument that our campaign is trying to make but they're trying to make it look more or or get report on huge crowd sizes. yeah it's I actually think. yeah it's I actually think that every class sizes in general what I've been large I think really large crowds sizes of our press of I think they are with your dog shop for Liz with water because until obviously with Donald Trump what is your present United States to get a crowd but when he was a candidate you get you cry and Elizabeth Warren is getting big crowds and and just as somebody who can be really hard to get a lot of people to show up at one place at the same time it's just look at one place at the same time it's just really hard to do it consistently stop the stop the stop is I think books that testament to think both that's meant to love well hello what people working on our campaign. big big field organizing and ground game which I think is smart and then obviously people coming out people are just being. outlet that they're coming out of here I think the book the combination of two is driving the crowd size and and then I just I just I just find it impressive and I think frankly if I were in there sure in their shoes to I would want you all to notice because it's hard to do. yes Sir I so you don't. you definitely. I agree that it is it is a tough thing to do what do you think what do you think that's about that and you know what where do you work if you've heard anything or or what what's your sense. people of what what do you know this I think she's coming around on the electability question proceed to be coming up on that. read eight set that get that produced Sanders Donald Trump level. Sanders Donald Trump level this sort of I'm gonna go down there and I'm gonna start flipping over tables and upsetting the Washington apple cart yeah people believe that with trump Stephen somebody Sanders owners believe that would drop. people starting to think well that didn't work are starting to think well that didn't work before it might be that person so I think the message resonates as well. come in to attack the corporate. overlords if you will who are causing whatever problems that individual might out I think it's something that that resonates a lot of these places that she's going in these early primary and caucus states are what is the feeling among a consulting people that represent corporate interests like you for instance guy but you do you will when you do a fine job of it you were you have a lot of clients are there people worry is there like concerned Elizabeth Warren is gonna comes like really hard on corporations and start taxing people and you know that kind of thing. I think you don't honestly the the the one for it here and it just for people sort of in the financial services industry and others. respect for her I think if there's any fear of a list for a actually actually does which. and you know and I think you're holding a corporate interest account even if you're represent corporate interests this is the it's something I think that that the that that resonates with people somebody who I think you're pretty Sanders who seems to sort of talk about upsetting a fifth of the. talk about upsetting a fifth of the economy it just sort of actually it was before and..
1 Million Animal And Plant Species Are At Risk Of Extinction, U.N. Report Says
"According to new findings from UN group that rate that species are going extinct. As excel rating to unprecedented levels at about one million plants in. Animal species are now at risk of dying out over the next few decades. And Riquet saw is an explorer with National Geographic one million one out of nine species are address of extension. They so the changes are massive, even if we don't see them or not where they live here and we're comfortable CDs. We are at war with nature, and we are winning the decline in animal and plant diversity could also have consequences for people around the globe. Because humans depend on many species for their food and livelihoods the report attributes the rate of species extinction to human activities, including increases in land and sea use over fishing climate, change pollution and exploitation of practices such
"riquet" Discussed on KOMO
"Romero report in US attorney Michael Dion says thirty nine year old. Hey, Susan Riquet. Pella Mira headed a dangerous ring of up to twenty five people that conspire to distribute more than fifty kilos of meth into coma during a four year investigation. Dion says Pella Meira moved to Mexico, but continue to run the ring in Pierce county through threats of violence at his co conspirators and their families over texts and Facebook bragged that he had arranged the murder of somebody who had robbed him he claimed that he just made a single phone call and the guy ended up dead for others in the ring. We're also sentenced one who owned a body shop in lake. Quid that was used for drug trafficking. See Romero, KOMO news. The Trump administration says it's going to shelve plans to allow oil drilling off the shorelines of much of the United States. This is the president announcing the initial decision shortly after he took office. Executive order starts the process of opening offshore areas to job creating energy exploration. Bidding administration suffered a setback in a court case earlier this week and decided to change course. In a written statement, Washington attorney Bob Ferguson says offshore drilling could cause great harm to the environment. And he'll keep a watchful eye to make sure the administration doesn't change course. Again in light of the ride the ducks crash on the Aurora bridge. Washington state has changed its wrongful death laws. Details from komo's Jeff Pohjola. In five people were killed in that twenty fifteen crash their families quickly learned they were ineligible to sue for wrongful death because they were foreign citizens or did not rely on the victims financial. Governor jeans lease signed a Bill today that changes that will help in some small measure that families who've lost a sibling or a child received Justice for the death of a loved one at trial ride, the ducks international, and it's local franchise were found liable for the deaths of those involved. Jeff pohjola. Komo news. Will be out reminding drivers.
"riquet" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In a quick you. So that you can be in touch with other similar forces in the other NATO countries. And so in the case of Finland no-one no-one to this day. No one knows what the finish operation was called. But the the Finns had their own since World War Two had their own plan. But they accepted American CIA training and training alongside green beret forces in Europe and et cetera. The British mix the secret intelligence service for the British. They're the ones who took the lead along with the CIA in the. Vacation of likely best case officers and things like that. Because this had to be a absolute complete secret. This network had to stand up the day after the Russians occupied your country. This network of stay behind fighters had to stand up and start doing their job. If anyone gave up the secret, then the KGB was going to be right behind the Red Army, and they would be knocking on doors from Denmark to France to Italy to Norway, and they would be rolling up the leaders of the so-called operation Gladio, which is where we start to see part of the weak links. So what what was next what happened when we come back? I'll tell you what operation Gladio on the ground meant and how they were able to maintain the secret of their existence for decades and decades, this is the dark secret price Brian sits back right after this KFI AM, six forty more stiff. Relating talk. Michael should pay with the news. Atop LAPD commander is been assigned to home duty this penalty outcome of an investigation into why his unmarked police car was apparently involved in some sort of crash and then found abandoned in Carson LA times. Reporting to commander is Jeff Nolte who leads investigations into officer involved shootings for the LAPD news. Brought to you by veteran owned sempersolaris dot com guy that provided weapons to a married. Couple in San Bernardino wants to change his guilty plea in Riquet Marquez junior admitted to providing support to terrorist making false statements to purchase weapons. Prosecutors say in two thousand fifteen marquess provided the guns used by his friends saieed for Ruben his wife Tosh phenolic to shoot and kill fourteen co workers at an employee Christmas party Marquez attorney said that the reason for the change in plea would be revealed in upcoming court filings military, authorities say the US air force and Canadian fighter. Jets were scrambled. To escort two Russian bombers that were traveling near the North American coastline. North American aerospace defense command NORAD says two after twenty two and to see F eighteen fighter jets identified two Russian tea. You one sixty blackjack strategic bombers entering an area patrolled by the Royal Canadian Air force. There were no reports of any conflict between the Russian in the US Canadian jets this morning, Arizona. Governor Doug Ducey is angry at senior management at hacienda healthcare. And that's the facility wearing incapacitation incapacitated. Patient gave birth last month. I'm appalled by.
"riquet" Discussed on KTOK
"We worked endless hours to make sure that when we delivered. So you is fact, it's a fact. Shepard. Smith on Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. A deadline arrives this morning for US. Diplomats to leave. Venezuela ordered out by dictator nNcholas Maduro after the US recognized. One glide Guadagno the head of Venezuela's legislature as the country's new interim, president former opposition leader Julio Boras was forced into exile by Madero. He tells primetime with Trish Regan on the FOX business network. He believes Madero support will fade ninety nine percent of the army fours against you. You can be sure about this statement. It's only a very small group as any dictatorship in the world. So I think we are in a very important time in which we have to to make very clear to this group of military. They want to be part of the solution. Well, they still part of the problem. The State Department says American diplomats are staying put a man who helped the San Bernardino shooters in an attack on county employees is more than three years ago wants to withdraw a guilty plea and Riquet Marquez admitted buying the semiautomatic rifles that's aid for route and his wife. Tash FEMA leak us to attack the attack that left fourteen people dead in December of two thousand fifteen for Ruben me later died in a shootout with police despite all the warnings about. It drivers are still doing dangerous things with their cell phones. Reiver's are talking on their phones less now, but actually using them in riskier ways, and they were in twenty fourteen this according to.
"riquet" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"What happened to report it without fear or favor in context and perspective? And to be honest, brutally honest about every bit of it. We were endless hours to make sure that when we deliver it to you is fact, it's a fact Shepard Smith on. Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion, some immigration attorneys say they're confused by new rules implemented by the Trump administration. Friday, calling four Central American migrants to be held in Mexico while their asylum claims are pending Mexican officials say the US is going to send back twenty a day to them while their asylum claims are processed I'm hearing people are fleeing very very serious problems violence from gang violence from the government domestic violence attorneys like Jonathan Montana say they don't know yet how they're going to communicate with all of the asylum seekers and note that many of them are not authorized to work as attorneys in Mexico Montek says he thinks the US is tarnishing its reputation here countries. Take the responsibility of taking care of people who come to their borders, give them their rights and see if they can be allowed to stay homeland security says the new rules will reduce the abuse of the immigration system. Jessica rosenthal. Fox News man who helped the San Bernardino. Oh shooters in an attack on county employees more than three years ago wants to withdraw his guilty plea and Riquet Marquez had pleaded guilty to buying. The semiautomatic rifles used by side for Ruch and his wife. Tash FEMA league in the attack that left fourteen people dead in December of two thousand fifteen for Ruch and Maliki later died in a shootout with police deadly results from an accident involving a school bus and a freight train in east, Texas. One student has died two other people hurt in Athens, Texas outside Dallas police say a school bus was hit by a train. Tried. At this is the school bus Athens. Police chief buddy hill say the bus was in the train crossing a thirteen year old boy died and a nine year old girl was airlifted to a Dallas hospital. The bus driver also taken to a hospital. Fire officials also say there were no lights or crossing arms at the intersection where the crash happened joy Piazza, Fox News in.
"riquet" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"And tomorrow, highs both days around sixty sunshine, Sunday, high seventy if you're headed in New Orleans this weekend for these Spurs pelicans game tomorrow afternoon, sunshine, and sixty degrees all weekend long. We all know there are instances of voting by illegal immigrants. Not as widespread as some people think, but San Antonio man is among that list and was sent to prison yesterday, Charlie. And this also shows this case also shows how useless Texas's clunky voter ID law is in accomplishing what its supporters say they want to accomplish which is to prevent people who don't have the right to vote because they're not citizens from voting. The fella involved in this is named and Riquet Salazar. He's sixty three years old. He lived in Elmendorf, and he was found to have voted illegally. He's in the country illegally in the two thousand eight election when he voted in the democratic primary and in the general election in two thousand sixteen we don't know who he voted for in the two thousand sixteen general election, but the way they found out about this was interesting. And this is why the voter ID law is ridiculous because Salazar had a form of identification, which is considered to be legal. Under the state's voter ID law. He had a passport he had had a passport that he obtained several years ago and the way the federal investigators got onto him is he applied for a new passport to replace the old one that was expiring, and they noticed that the social security number. He was using was one that was active and was being given to people fairly late in Palo czar's life, which is unusual usually when people get social security numbers. They get them. You know, when they're babies so they looked into this. And they determined that Salazar was actually using a passport that had been issued to a fellow named Jesse Vargas junior. So they found the sister of this. Jesse Vargas junior who lives in Florida, and she told them that her brother lives in Arizona, not in Texas, and it was discovered that Salazar allegedly using this illegally obtained US passport registered to vote in bear county. And the reason he was able to get away with it. It is because he had a passport that was legitimately issued by the passport officials, and it's not up to the voter registers to determine whether or not the passport you present. As part of your voter ID requirement is in fact, a legal passport. Now, they have a special procedure. They follow at the bear county voting office. If they do find migrants who are registered to vote, they contact them. They're given a chance to clarify their immigration status before it's determined whether or not there legally able to vote or not. We don't know why exactly Mr. Salazar decided to vote or what other things he may have been doing in the United States. He was sentenced to a little bit more than two years in federal prison. The US attorney John bash for the western district of Texas says even though it doesn't happen. Very much illegal voting is the equivalent of voter suppression. Because he says if somebody who is not supposed to vote casts a ballot. What that essentially does is it zeros out a legally cast vote by a US citizen. And that means the your vote doesn't count anymore. If an illegal immigrant or somebody is dot eligible to vote boat that is opposite to the cast. So the US attorney's tresses this is not as common as a lot of people think, but this is substance they're going to keep their eye on. And it's interesting to the way they caught this fellow. And again, if you're an illegal immigrant, and you voted illegally the over-under on getting caught his eight years how long it took it took a long time. But they pursued the investigation where it led and they eventually got this guy. And this will also be a message to other individuals who may want to try the same thing. All right, Jim. Thank you very much. News director, Jim foresights morning commentary. Gyms back again at.
"riquet" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Fully cooperating with congress some answering all the questions, and then he goes before a committee and refuses to answer whole host of questions making completely falacious claims of privilege, and we called him out on it as we have done with other witnesses. Now, he calls that a leak because we exposed the fact that he refused to answer questions and was making up some attorney client privilege to cover conversations between he and his father when neither is an attorney the client of the other. So chef basically saying, yeah, I did it. But it I supposed him. So they've come up with new nomenclature if you will it's not a leak, it's exposure. See how the Democrats do things sale. They cherry pick the laws I can leak secrets sworn testimony it exposure, I can leak classified information. I set up Homebrew Email servers in my home and get away with it. And the other question I have here. Frank is we now have a more running roughshod running wild all over any anybody was even closely associated with President Trump. Where's the John? Uber investigation on the Hilary Clinton Email investigation. Where is that? Where is the remember the president said he was going to defer to Michael Horowitz, the inspector general y'all whether or not to declassify, where's that we're any of these other investigations seem like they've gone down the proverbial rabbit hole. There's only one investigations that's getting any kind of notoriety or any kind of traction. And that's the Muller investigation that continues on and on this indictment, Roger stone, not unexpected. Because Rogers don't himself is set for months that he was prepared to be charge though. Here's a died any wrongdoing. So it it doesn't it may come as a little bit of a surprise knocking on people's doors at six o'clock in the morning, but stone was expecting this though. And what about the people that lied on the FIS a accord? The application of the FBI agents. The FBI associates the attorneys, the deputy attorneys that are in charge, and the judge what judge again now, of course, if you lie to the judge the judge doesn't know what on four separate occasions. Now, we've learned in Greg Jarrett has got a great piece today at Fox News will posted testimony in Russia probe shows. FBI Justice Department's misconduct in an effort to hurt the president of the United States than a candidate. So we'll get you caught up to date on that, by the way, the latest cartel maneuver. Is they send people up to the gates or over the border and instead of the in addition to invoking asylum. They pretend they're sick. In one large group Washington Times reporting today, two hundred and forty seven people get to the border fifty of them claim they are desperately ill and had to be taken to the hospital that require nearly every available agent to leave the field to tag along because they have to accompany them to the hospital. So what does that do that opens up the borders for the drug cartels? They send the people through. I as the smokescreen pretend you're sick. You're we'll pay X amount, boom. They send them in. I a busy out the agents, and then they bring the drugs over because there's no freaking wall. I mean, come on. It's just amazing that we have to put up with this kind of stuff, and we have an illegal alien who has now been in Texas used a stolen ID a voted at his local polling place, the Elmendorf near San Antonio and Riquet Salazar Ortiz has now received a prison sentence for voting illegally and fraudulently finally, but of course, you know, there are colder nose doesn't happen. Here in the United States coming up next. The Anton block case the body. Cam footage is out, and we'll tell you what a prosecutor has decided in case. Whether there's going to be a grand jury investigation or not you're listening to Sean and Franken, we are Maryland's wakeup call. So you're too embarrassed to smile, or maybe.
"riquet" Discussed on Advantage Over Podcast
"Looks ahead to the end of March, and they'll be making their appointments for Japan. They've already said that they intend to whittled down those fourteen to twelve I'm also taking seven system referees in forty hours. So who will be the two dropout? I'm not sure we can we've had a think about it. I'm not sure who would be on all less to drop. We'll be fingers crossed that Matthew collie entered a car for the weekend in Europe when he had to withdraw half time in the alster rushing ninety two hopefully, he'll be out for long on that one. Empa- his much preparation. Of course, it will hamper it, but hopefully it won't impinges chances. Fortunately for him his match is on the last weekend. So he does have that time to recover and get back out there, and hopefully we won't impinge his chances. But it's a tough call. I was Nick berries, the is the newbie of that list. Luke Pierce McCauley PASCAL been around for a while. And then you've got the the old trusted faithful with the others as well. So yet tough coal for the selection committee that but listen to question for you, who do you think will be the to miss out? I'm sure the two will begin anyways AO's, I'm benching see which of the twelve referees. Let's no, I'm no rugby referee net. If you're on Twitter or via the Facebook page or the Facebook group or just drop as an Email to ref at rugby referee dot net to let us know who you think will miss out on white. I'm of course, will be bringing that news to your soon as we get it. There once they made those announcements at the end of March they'll be doing some prep finishing off their local seasons or starting continuing the local seasons which half of the world are in. And then they'll be heading to a preparation camp in Japan during July to make sure that like all the other players in the teams is they all gathered there fully prime as a unit for the great show piece. That is the rugby will I said, we'll be keeping a very close eye on all last a good luck to those in the men's six nations ten attention to the women's six nations now because there's appointments of also been made haven't got thirteen referees for this one including six rookies Annella oversee the championship which kicks off on the again on the first February and go Soo to the seventeenth of March of the thirteen ten female referees. She's really great to see those high level elite referees female referees making that leap into this. This circuit six of them say a new to the panel. So. We've got Nikki O'Donnell and lower Pettingill from England Clara Menarini from Italy. Rebecca, only from New Zealand an orally garage slow from fronts and Holly Davidson from Scotland and gets a second chance to make her debut after injury forced her out of last year's championship when she picked up an appointment there. So be really interesting to see how the referees women's six nations develop their oversee looking at their pathway to the women's rugby World Cup in twenty twenty one. So we'll see what happens after South Africa's Amy Barrett Theron referees opening game in Dublin on I every day style be a big game for Amy, and of course, all the other referees as well so not evenly in the in the north. But we're also looking to south to America this time the Americas rugby championship kicks off in February. It's some second. February there nine referees have been out again by world rugby for that. In the Americas. Rugby championship is a sixteen round rubbing competition involving. A an Argentinian fifteen and then the national teams of Brazil, Chile, Canada Uruguay and the winner of the last two championships. The USA and itself is gonna prove to be a really interesting competition to keep an eye on the referees who will be involved in that one will be walkie monitors from Uruguay Damien Schneider from Argentina volume seamy for Rica in from Argentina Franciso Gonzales from your regard, Frank Mendez of chili and Riquet plateau from Brazil, they're exempt from the USA Palo Pablo DeLuca junior from Argentina and mo-. Chowdhry M is the last on the list from Canada again for those of you in the south keep your eyes on on those America's Rupa championship..
Christopher Davalos, Torres And Riquet Barrera discussed on Charlie Parker
"To police as you'll recall Christopher Davalos claimed he left his car with the motor running in the doors unlocked. It a strip center parking lot off and Riquet Barrera to go into a store, and when he came back the woman who seat on the video had stolen the car and police even later released photographs taken by surveillance video of a woman carrying a car seat. But now they've determined that that was not only entirely staged. But there was a. Third person who is involved in. This who is the person who took anti Torres to the location and dropped her off. So she could walk to the car and steal the car to make all this look like this little baby was kidnapped as part of a car theft. When in reality police say now that was not the case. The police chief obviously has no time whatsoever for the Davila family at this point. You'll recall we were talking yesterday about how the family was telling anybody who would listen that the police were incompetent. They were bundling the investigation they were doing their own investigation. Trying to throw police off with fake leads. The chief said Christopher Davalos has spent more time since he's been in jail talking to the media then talking to his own detectives, and he said in very very sternly. This is a quote, he said, even if you're not directly involved in this. If you are withholding information or you have lied to the police, we will charge you at the conclusion of this investigation. So the chief has had up to here with this case, obviously this baby is in grave danger. And hopefully, we'll get to the bottom of this sometime today, but it is a very disturbing case. Dow to say the least all right news director, Jim foresight morning, commentary gyms back again at eight ten a its charity McCurdy for Belgians automotive. In temperatures are all over the place. We get into the high sixties for days, then bam. Here comes another big freeze. Don't get.
"riquet" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Sit around screaming at the stars all day. But I got to bring up to your original caller, real quick. And I promise we're going to get right to these other calls, but I'm telling you folks, in my opinion, you stay away from these guys this stars plumbing. I'm hoping to owner in Riquet comes up with something. But this is just an amazing thing. And Scott, we talked at length Friday, and I just want to sum this up that I am on your side. One hundred percent, they gave you some kind of low ball estimate. It looks like you didn't according to the inspector himself before the job was done looking at the video. And according to two other companies the work didn't even need to be done. But because you're selling your house. You just said we gotta get this done. You went with this stars, plumbing and heating Inc. And you gotta okeydoke in my opinion. They put the full okeydoke on you. They gave you a low ball bid at seventy five hundred then all said and done sixteen thousand. Five hundred and I'm reading one of the extra charges here not included in acts in original estimate. Extra flow fill because a very unstable soil conditions stars was demanded demanded by city inspector to flow, fill entire trenched work area. Guess what they had to do that from the beginning. And Scott, I actually read it in the city ordinance or I actually read it when it comes to the streets in that town. It's amazing. I think they screw Jim. And what are your plans? Now. I know the money's sitting in ask Roka's you sold your house. Are you getting an attorney? Our next move. We tried to we told them that they could have the seventy five fifty that. They did the bid on. And then if they agreed to that signed off fine. It was the buyers and the buyer's agents of contract company stars that came in. So yeah, you know, that that's why we we were kinda hose, but we have to go to court. We'll go to court because I think we were right. I'm hoping here's what I'm hoping. I hope they do the right thing. I hope in re K does the right thing the owner over there. They knew from the beginning, John you looked. I did. And I I think that the only fault here is that you know, you accepted the results in the recommendation and the price bid of the buyers selected person. Yup. And I think anytime before you go and do something major like a roof or a sewer line or anything. Cheapest bid. I still went with the bid of the buyers. Right. Well, I know where you're saying. But that's still no reason for the stars company. Not to quote, something they damn well. Right new. I don't disagree with you at all. But what I'm saying is look. We're not plumbers. Okay. I'm not a former if they would have used my people they would not have trust them. That's my point. I was screwed because he went out and got other estimates in every well, that's right. And I said that to him why'd you sell the house to this quartet still not get stars off the hook them ever going to pay ten grand to fix some piece of pipe that I can't visually see is wrong. And if I hire my own people, which I did on my last real estate transaction and we had differing opinions. I had a roof company for the buyer saying it was a hail damage had had to be replaced. It was imminent failure. Years ago, we hired we opened a claim on our insurance company and said, you know, what you guys fight it out the insurance company and another roofing company came out and said the roof is perfect to everybody's satisfaction done deal. There's no way I would pay ten grand to close a realization of having my own people say it's legit. This guy did though Scott I understand guys screwed in in my opinion. He got screwed big victimized because of a bigger issue, and that's the refusal to us. Engineers or to get multiple opinions or go to the city and all that stuff. I got you eight Scott stay in touch, man. I'm dying to hear back from Enrica. You know in listeners out there. I'm gonna give stars plumbing number out. Let them know what you think I'd like to know. I'd really like to know what they say over there. So stars plumbing may number asked for an Rica. Ask him say, what do you do you give a seventy five hundred dollar estimate? Then you Jack it up to sixteen thousand five hundred you tell them. Whoops. We did know. But then we find out that any work. You do in that city. You have to use flow fill where you're using it yet. You completely lied to them. Then your own employees. Jose comes on Friday in lies to me on the air. Lies to me. That's what he did in my opinion. He outright lied to me. I said are you sure that that was acceptable to begin with? Yeah. Yeah. We could use that dirt and back fill it and compacted. No, you gotta use flow. Phil when you're dealing with the right away. They don't why just under their streets. A lot of. People drive on those streets and being a plumbing company that was founded in two thousand six I would assume you guys at stars plumbing..
Week in Review: Stocks Whipped as Trade War Threat Moves Closer to Reality
"Its customers made online purchases at sears and kmart stores the transactions occur between late september and october of last year sears said it was notified of the breach in mid march and immediately took steps to mitigate potential fraud in addition sears says it is working with law enforcement to investigate the breach that is correspondent linda kenyon reporting federal reserve chairman jerome powell is painting a mostly sunny view the us economy and saying the fed remains committed raising its key interest rates gradually held notes in his first speeches fedor that the central bank raised its key rate by a quarterpoint at its march meeting just the sixth increase since late two thousand fifteen he depicts that rate hike as another step and what he calls the ongoing process of gradually scaling back the ultra low rates more on these stories at townhall dot com mexico's president has criticized president trump's deployment of the national guard of the border and has renewed his threat of course to scrap nafta as part of that for the first time mexican president and riquet yet was publicly criticize president donald trump saying your recent declarations that youtube frustration over issues to do with internal policies yours or your congress direct yourself to them a not to mexico all three main presidential candidates for his job have condemned president trump's actions concurring with them president penny neto said has president i agree with their remarks that is james blair's reporting the trump administration has punishing seven russian oligarch san seventeen russian government officials were sanctions as for the us is calling russia's malign activity around the world the treasury department says twelve companies owned by the oligarchs are also being specifically targeted more on these stories can be found at townhall dot com but we decided san francisco ready for a new radio station there were a few things we knew we had to have so we found a bunch of hosts who focus on breaking news and what the up if something big happens we'll be talking about eight sixty am the answer at progressive we think your floral boutique is the.