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"rojas" Discussed on Future Hindsight
"We're going to see just more and more dynamic but every day people run because that's actually what we need. I like it. So what advice do you have for everyday. People who might be thinking about running for office and can bring their lived. Experience to the legislative process is very difficult. But you can do it. There's no job requirements like. It's not like you have to have done. Xyz get to run for office. It's more of your political courage like are. Are you willing to talk about the things that are hard. Are you willing to go against the grain. Are you willing. To debunk the status. Quo it is really hard and as a woman and a woman of color. My experience running has been like you don't belong. You're not good enough like other. People are more deserving of this role in this position because of xyz that they did in the community. And that's not okay. And i had a confront face those voices and continue to push beyond them. So you do need fortitude incense of resilience to move forward but we can do it right. I did it. I'm approve of that. And there's so many of us that ran that are newcomers to the game. They have really been bold legislators because they just bring a realness and authenticity to the position. So how did you confront those voices. Those naysayers my partner. Put a sticker on my computer. One day when i was sort of upset about terrible things at somebody said about me and it said winners focused on winning and losers focused on winners and it was a reminder that sometimes when you are getting attacked it's because people see you as a threat so i hold that advice because it it really helped continue to keep me focused on my goal of winning and my goal of representing community that deserves the representation that i bring to the table and to not focus on the noise around me in that they were focusing on me because they saw that i was getting momentum in leading and it hurt them..
"rojas" Discussed on Future Hindsight
"So it's really important that there's a relationship between the assembly and the senate to pass bills that are lying often times most times a bill that's introduced in either house will have a sponsor in the other house so that we can move them more swiftly and there's not discrepancies with them bills ultimately as critical to have good simply members and good senators and then were able to pass laws that impact new york state in specific so now that you are an assembly member what have you discovered about maybe specifically to new york state but perhaps just about governing in general that is totally different than you imagined or that we have a common misconception about that you wish people would know legislators are not magical magical sometimes. There's always the blame of legislators for everything. And as i mentioned it is a fast pace dynamic role but legislation does move slowly. And that's unfortunate because there's so many stakeholders at play for any piece of legislation you know from the new york health act actors. Obviously in insurance industry The unions there is a the physicians. There's a patient advocacy group. There's there's lots of factors that have to be thought about inconsiderate as you move any piece of legislation and is often unintended consequences for those reasons. Big bold ideas. Don't move quickly. We can't magically get things done without people without movements and without advocacy without activism. It's critical to elect good people. It's also critical to stay involved and knowing that the these conversations around civic engagement i have to press and remind people that it takes advocacy in its activism in it takes community leadership actually moved the needle and elected official alone. Can't get it done on a body that one hundred seven of us out of one hundred fifty are democrats. We should be getting everything done but it doesn't work that way. 'cause new york state is actually very diverse and in mind district with dealing with the mta in someone else's districted dealing with farmland and cows hunting. And that's just not my jam. But i have to honor that. That's part of the things legislature has to think about and i'm thinking about the subways and overcrowding and other issues so it's a very diverse state has many issues at play many perspectives at play. So it's important to have continual engagement in the process. It's not just electing someone staying involved. Yeah i like that. You pointed that out that new york status really diverse and that the issues that are. Let's say in binghamton are totally different than they are in queens and like you said you have to honor that. So how is your lived experience as a woman as an educator as an advocate shaping your priorities as a legislator important right. I think people who bring lived experiences to the table. Legislated more authentic ways on mom i worked in reproductive health field. I've had my own health issues. I dealt with pregnancy. I've dealt with parenting a dealt with the school system. The health system both being a worker in being a a -secutive being a daughter of an immigrant. My mom's puerto rican my dad's from paraguay. So my my puerto rican side. I recognize the oppression and dynamics against what are we getting folks and they're us citizens. And i understand that dynamics that immigrants face because of my father's experience my lived experience but so all that so important and as someone who really working class. I think that i'm always holding that very center in my advocacy and in my legislating and i think that's so important that we have people that bring that life experience to the table and i think that's why it's exciting to see the new crop of leaders. Who won in the state assembly. I think it's exciting. To see..
"rojas" Discussed on Future Hindsight
"Eyes. There are people who have been excluded from the mainstream economy. Who are doing the everyday work that have kept your city and your town in your neighborhood or float and they deserve equity but it was those advocates. It was those impacted people that Really drove that message home and was really able to shift and minds to get us to a place where we were able to get. That bill passed as part of the budget and ultimately keep most of the money that we were fighting for reading everything but we got two point. One billion out of three point five ask which is pretty significant for the state budget it literally takes people power and say this both as an activist and advocate. But now is a legislator i see it i see how impactful these campaigns are behind moving legislation that we can do about it so tell us why this is a human rights and why we must include people who are excluded because of their status it because people who are excluded from the mainstream economy are still doing the work to keep a mainstream economy if you think about the health workers even the there's so many immigrants who are health workers on visas and may not have been able to get any assistance and again on the front line. There's those that aaron the underground economy but doing the work to keep the city alive. One group of workers. I connected directly with the folks who were cleaning. The mta overnight is so if you remember the shut down for a period of several hours it was one am to five am. And now it's i think two am to four am for a period of cleaning in light of kobe and those workers the people who clean the trains that we won't be infected were undocumented and excluded and quite frankly were abused and exploited an i heard directly from those workers who were not paid what they should have been paid who weren't given back from brakes given equipment p p. m we're given the proper cleaning surprise so they had to bring their own cleaning supplies because they were given a bucket of dirty water to clean the trains. And they just couldn't do that wasn't functional. Didn't work and those people were subcontracted. Bright so the it was less responsibility to provide all the labor laws that they should have been covered by despite their status and those people were not eligible for many forms of relief that other. Us citizen green card holders were able to get so. We're still operating very exploited system that ignored those folks and left those folks behind despite the fact that they were literally saving our life before we continue our conversation. I want to thank nine. Twelve a new podcast series from amazon music and pineapple street studios it tells the stories of characters whose lives would never be the same after september eleventh that day sixty amateur sailors were at sea filming a reality show on an eighteenth century replica ship. They were weeks from land and the nearest tv or radio that morning..
"rojas" Discussed on Future Hindsight
"Your community. In a way that maybe the previous assembly member did not prioritize. One of the biggest things i ran on was healthcare so i as i mentioned. I came from the healthcare sector largely focus on women's reproductive health care and reproductive health care for all people because it's not just a women's issue but in that work i really saw the gaps in health coverage we under a capitalist insurance system that insurance companies make money off the backs of denying people health care and so many people are unhealthy because of that I work with people who have to choose between paying rents feeding their family or getting a mammogram and those choices. Nobody should have to make so. I am fighting like hell for the new york health act. It's a universal single payer plan for new york state. it would radically change. The way health is experienced in the state it would really take the power away from insurance companies and ensure that every single person despite status and service abortion is covered undocumented. People are covered. Everyone in new york. State will be covered Just so visionary so exciting and we could actually be a state that's leading while there's a federal pushed to fight for medicare for all so that's something i'm really excited about and really wanna build momentum around and ultimately pass. Yeah how do you approach legislating. And what have you learned about what works i mean. I know you're relatively new to the state assembly. What are the things that you have discovered really work and getting people to support a bill that you're passionate about and pass it. It's definitely critical to have a campaign behind any bill especially these like really big transformative pieces of legislation that will radically change the way we educate in the state or provide health care or provide housing. We need advocates. And actually. that's the most exciting part for me. Because i am an advocate but working with the community groups that are people centered and have like membership base has been the most effective strategy. So i'll go back to the excluded. Workers find which initially we ask for three point five billion to cover every person who was not eligible for any sort of other relief mostly because they're status type of work that they did and it didn't get done because some really good legislators who cared about it. The essential workers went on hunger strike for twenty three days and they took their hunger strike to different members offices. They went up to albany. It was a statewide effort. They did prayer vigils. They did easter celebration. They really worked hard to compel the legislators that were not completely with them to say that this was a human rights issue. These are your constituents. There's excluded workers in every single district. And i heard legislators say auto have excluded workers i live upstate psych. No you do open your.
"rojas" Discussed on Future Hindsight
"Series from amazon music and pineapple street studios that tells the stories of characters whose lives would never be the same after september eleventh. Follow nine twelve wherever you get your podcast or you can binge all seven episodes right now on amazon music or with one. Plus thank you. Also to the door and harbinger. Show a podcast. You should definitely check out since you're a fan of high-quality fascinating shows. We are enjoying it and we think you will as well search for the door and harbinger show. That's h. a. r. b. as in boy i n. as in nancy g. r. on apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. Big bold ideas. Don't move quickly. We can't magically get things done without people without movements and without advocacy without activism. It's critical to elect good people. It's also critical to stay involved. Welcome to future hindsight a civic engagement. Podcast i'm your host. Meal at our guest is jessica gonzales. Us she's the new york state assembly member representing the fourth district which includes that averse queens.
"rojas" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast
"Cause you do have some very awesome very amazing cosplay from my drag Dragon Ball characters to that awesome mass effect and 7 armor on you have some voice credits here in there too. In a different world. Barring the social media of the content and event side of things, could we have seen a voice actor extraordinaire Justin or possibly professional elite cosplayer Justin Rojas? Is that ever a possibility in your mind? So those are definitely things I've thought about in the past..
Rojas 2 Hits in 7-Run Burst, Miami Ends Phils' 6-Game Streak
"This silly six game winning streak is over after Miguel row Haas had two hits and three RBIs during a seven run sixth that highlighted the Marlins ten three route of Philadelphia actually you can we got our momentum from from that evening and are they gonna say is that we can do it all and get scored the strongest cases Sanchez smacked a three run Homer in the first inning for the Marlins losing pitcher Kyle Gibson was tagged for eight runs and eight hits in five one third innings Steven ochre got the final out in the sixth for his first win since twenty seventeen Matt Verlaine hit an RBI double and a run scoring triple for the Phils Freddy Galvis led off the game with a home run I'm the ferry
"rojas" Discussed on Raising the Bar with Alli and Michael
"I'm ali web and welcome back to another episode of raising the bar. And on today's episode poss- she is the global head of entertainment and creators at logitech not to mention someone. Adrian works closely with who came to her contest. They did a my instagram so really well very impressed by her. she's awesome. Yes if you're going to hear her. She is impressive powerhouse. And she's not our typical entrepreneur but she's an entrepreneur kind of within logitech which obviously everybody knows what logic is doing some really incredible things some of the things that she's actually most proud of in her career. She's talking all about that to us tune in. I think you'll feel very inspired. No matter where you are in your journey enjoy.
Spirit Airlines Cancels More Than Half of Scheduled Flights
"Today, thanks to the hundreds of cancellations by Spirit Airlines WBC's James Rojas with the UPDATE. Since Sunday, Spirit has canceled 60% of its flights well over 400 today, Logan five out of 10 flights for the airline cancelled as well. In addition to staffing shortages, spirit is also dealing with Mother Nature's bad weather. And system outages, A spirit spokesperson says they're refunding and canceling other flights for travelers as they work to reset operations. Also, today, the state announcing anybody
Brinson's 1st-Inning Grand Slam Helps Marlins Beat Mets 6-3
"The Marlins had dropped four in a row before Lewis Brinson belted a first inning grand slam off Tyler McGill sparking Miami six three win over the Mets looking for here yeah I guess I asked well I did my homework on any didn't really want to miss that fastball you know just hung on one case Miguel Rojas had two hits and scored twice as the Marlins cut new York's division lead to two and a half games over the Phils he says was sort of pitched five innings and limited New York to three runs and four hits in his Marlins debut Dylan Floro worked out of a bases loaded jam in the eighth and finished the game for his third save Pete Alonso smacked his twenty fourth Homer of the season for the Mets I'm Dave Ferrie
"rojas" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"00 game as we go to the bottom of the fourth inning at Chase Field in Arizona, Woodruff back out there It's been nine up and nine down against him so far with five strikeouts for Brandon Woodruff. He goes back against Rojos on the top of this Diamondbacks line up here. In the fourth. And the first offering the Rojos is a curveball for strike one. We've really seen that curveball be featured today for Brandon would have no shock there. Good pitch for him. As has that slider been at times we've seen a couple good changeups from him today. This is down and in And it's 11 on Rojos. Rojas was called out on strikes back in the first inning, his all for one today. And the 11 that's in there with a strike on a change up and it's one and two Each one of the Big three and the Brewers rotation has their own distinct Features. Their own strengths. Their own styles. If you will. Here's the 1 to 2 Row house, and this is a one hopper off the glove of long and into shallow center field and the Diamondbacks have their first hit of this game. That was a rocket and long laid out and had it in his glove momentarily and then it just popped out and rolled into shallow center would have been a tremendous play by Wong. Wang will tell you. He should have made it. He almost caught that on the fly. This should have had it. Here in the palm of his glove and then popped out as he was hitting the ground. It is ruled a base hit for Josh Rojas. But that was that actually got to him on the flight is kind of sinking at the last second, he dove in Nearly made the catch..
Reeling Rockies Swept in Doubleheader by Mets
"The injury hits. Just keep on coming for the mets noah. Syndergaard has been shut down for at least six weeks. The quote from luis rojas manager the sits big counting on being a month from now. This happening is tough. We pray he can pitch for us this year. I'm going to be talking with carl. Why i kinda wonder if that's even a possibility. And i'll explain why this is going to get really really complicated for all involved now. The mets have been ravaged by all these injuries lately but they had a great day on thursday. This was in game one first-pitch peraza to high drive deep to left top back near the wall. That bom jose peraza gets the mets won on their road. Maybe five today. A park homer off herrmann. Mark has and the mets take one. Nothing lead that from wcbs and one. Ron was all that marcus. Stroman and edwin d as needed strowman was outstanding. Played his position. Great so they won game one and they won game two sweeping the doubleheader giving them at some momentum this weekend series they have against the atlanta braves at citi field on sunday night this weekend. Jacob degrom pitching against the braves. Charlie morton
"rojas" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast
"Because i'm into could let me know if there's any chance i'll drop some money on some as chimps drop money on girl shampoo. I'm fucking yeah. Yeah see girls champ. You got me. Damn so that stigma comes with that. So how do you react to stuff like that. When people have a certain judgment. And i know everybody usually get judged on how you look you carry yourself and they have Especially when you're huge on social media your huge on on the instagram. you're big on the have tiktok. So i don't know about tiktok i'm thinking about. I have it just. Because i don't have an account but you don't want people send you tiktok videos. I couldn't view. Because i didn't have tiktok so now give you are so that's the original. So so how do you feel with. Do you feel it's fair representation of who you are when you put out certain posts or certain Videos or is it like a persona. You're trying to put out there. I think it's more of like. I always loved. Victoria's secret models. I like how they you know. They say persuade like the sexiness confidence. And that's what i wanted to be known like. I'm very comfortable with my body and nuns by promote like fitness and everything and confidence but when other people have opinions of you. Because you know the the bad stigma attached to it but at the end of the day a person's perception of you does not make you who you are. I know myself and that's like that's all it should matter now. Yeah that's good. Because i know i've talked. I've talked to people that that's when the when they've listened doodo they have a certain opinion about how we are where we talk. We are certain. Were certain ways And it's it's funny because coming from from the background that we have an i have. I should say when when the mike turns on his kujo just jewels. And you say the while the shit and we'll post a while this shit just to get just to get a reaction reaction or just people like what the fuck. But when the mike come off. Then we're dads where we're completely opposite. We're quite fucking it's weird. He on here. We won't shut the fuck up. Turn the mic software fucking quiet. It's the weirdest bucket. I can't explain why but you know that that's cool that you feel that confident. Did you always have that confidence coming up when you're younger or is it something that matured more when you're older. I had really bad like self esteem. I was bullied listless pig on. That walked him bully. Look at me. I always been really skinny very like i would eat and eat. Egg would never gain weight. That's a good problem. Yes i just who. I gained ten pounds. Yes just thinking about it but it was so bad in highschool like people. Just look at me and they're like oh you're probably anorexic and i had this one girl like she'll go even like ran away like that's disgusting. Wants to be fat. Yeah she got twelve kids. look eh cheerleader. She became a chillier after. I became a cheerleader. Now she doesn't even know county faddish liquor outbreak but all that stuff was really like it was traumatizing. I even had guys that like made fun of me. I was like twelve. And i remember. I wanted to ask this guy. That's with me nine. He's like no We just need to have. I would never dance with the girl that has like an cup or something like announced. Like i'm too well. Like the fucking pervert that's then me like throughout my whole leg live. I was scarred. Oh i started to watch like miss universe. I started it. See like the victoria's secret fashion shows. And that's how i started to get into the modeling like i wanted to build my confidence and when i did my first pageant noah's all like i wanted to prove those bullies wrong because how can you tell a pageant girl beauty queen. She's ugly the not started at my dirty into the pageants and i started to build my confidence. And now i feel great. And you want several roy. Which ones have you won. Miss teen earth texas twenty fourteen. Ms thirteen Border cities twenty thirteen. Miss grand texas twenty fifteen and miss utah two thousand nineteen. I one no class clown among the whole three melodic no way four years off. Hell yeah four years. So they'd with that that you said with the bullying and whatnot and then now we have instagram. Where people get shifted on twenty four seven facebook and all that A lot like you said a lot of it comes from either late physical developments more or issues with You know being able to not game a single pound. Because i know my significant other she she would tell the high school she'd she'd eat like fucking fourteen inch allows and she'd good important. Getting a fucking should lose weight in With all that going on and everybody being judged nowadays and glamour magazines and the people magazine's you know everybody's how do you what's your take and all this Certainty the cosmetic surgery on now that is being offered people lip fillers the fuck the but brazilian butt. Implants those are awesome. I don't know why look that you drew out back. I don't i don't know why along me. That's all i mean i'll get one what what's your take it. All this elective surgery. Are you forty gets it. What what is it. I mean i'm for it if it makes you feel confident. But there's the difference between having body does more via and then wanting to get everything done more like what i wanna get. You know my chest die. So i could fill out my outfit and it makes me feel confident but it becomes to the point where it's becoming addictive. Then that's when you have a an issue a like at work. Like i see a lot of women like they look like lions and shit like You know how they get like really like to back and then they look alike. Though i think. Got to the same sergeant. I think so. Yeah i don't know if they're crying laughing. I don't know what's going on.
"rojas" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast
"So if you're an emotional pussy. Please refrain from listening. Thank you and enjoy welcome back. Boys girls the words on fire. Podcast cujo my man. joel two. we got a special guest. She's been awhile. Yeah yeah it's been a while. I guess of twenty twenty one the continuation of twenty twenty two december what. He's december thirty forty eighth forty eight twenty twenty. Are everybody paso who does anything about the world. Anybody who has a tiktok page anybody. Who's on instagram or who's seen What's the other one that we're fam knows our guest by the name of two sexy ashley. She's also dj royalty. Here in paso. I'll she's lineage. Dj royalty it's in her blood. Shot her pops up In the mix on the wanted to no one's actually scored on how you doing. Hello thank you for having me. I'm excited surprise. We're able to talking to this. She fell for it. Jack thank you for coming. We really appreciate it actually till So as i was saying you're you're so you have a long list of accomplishments from what i've seen for you go from d. jane to modeling to dancer too. I think which. I think would be the most recognizable and or not recognizable. One but more Esteemed i guess you say nurse or nurse student and everybody's famous or favorite onlyfans. You're still doing that. No no. i'm the size. Yeah okay but it's not like full like wooten plan. All in one person like fell much around of necessarily one person. I could do that too so first of all what was. What's your first passionate out of all the all the attributes that i just gave you. What's the first passion that got you into everything they got you. They created ashley. I believe it was the break. Dancing my dad was the one that taught me The foundations of breakdown seen so. I was like four years old when he was teaching me and i would remember a slight practicing the living room and watching like legit breakers matt yes learning like some much from the graffiti from the dancing. I would watch him. Dj and since. I'm the only child. I guess he's all like well. You are going to break down right ever since then. I just love it. I still continue until can northern goods battle. People actually do your money. When i go out and like i'm in my dress and my heels and the people that opened up the circle and i'm like okay step back started getting now people freak out like what the heck sorry shit windmill do. Remember the first album. I fell in love with the first album. That i remember was beat street. Though up from the mood the soundtrack from his work my brother you you know he. He was four years. He's four years older than me so he would do it. And i was like you know being the run. I was like oh cool. I didn't even know you had a brother. So i remember i remember. We went into his. We bought the record there for like two books. Oh ama- could afford it so we've got it. We come back. we set up the fucking head. The cardboard box-. I try to do hits bid damn and snap my neck. That was the last time. I fucking just i just start. Dj didn't say anything. Negative still do. And i won't do it because i'm old and i hurt my back last time but kick worm. That's my shit. Hey your dad is my shit dude anymore. Though i used to be able to win meal and that was about as crazy as i got. I couldn't not no more. No has been my my hand like i if i tried to do like a has been break has risen that so what was it like growing up in a dj household. Because i know it. Let's get back to her. Dad was the one the wondrous who's been dj for shit for. I remember at least thirty plus years. Is that right a little bit more. Liberal less say started like around sixteen and he. He's in his fifties. Come on he's like. I'm still young. Bad still looks good. Yeah because when. I was doing it because i fell in love with it when i was eighteen i fell in love with a whole style of it and i had somebody who worked actually at the radio station where your dad worked at. And he's the one that kind of showed me introduced me how to get into the mixing shit so I i was able to to do that. And i remember when when you first start your on nine hours a day. Just just because you're loving eh for the first six hours it's the same beats as you just trying to match perfect because you want to get right. What was it like growing up with a dad who's already established in the game and trying to follow in this footsteps have big shoes to fill one so he was teaching me the basics of you know. Turn to turn table ism. My dad was really like a battle. Dj so it's not like you know just pressing by and he's like never going to touch the button. You're not gonna do that. You're gonna be counting in your head. You're going to be using your headphones to old school like you know. Yeah yeah that's not. No that's good though. They have all those new programs. But i do you let me ask you this when it comes to the nearer deejays us more like the trying to remember the name of the program that they're around all that shit do you kinda. Undervalue what they do more than what the. Oh jeez did because they did it from basically scratch without having the loops without having the cuba and right off the bat. You'd have to literally mark your fucking record with a tape or your fucking crazy on. You know what i mean. Do you discount these new kids that have all that technology at their disposal. As opposed to what a true. I guess you could say also. Dj will do now. I want to discredit them. I mean you don't know what their their story how they start off as their starting with new technology But when you go and enter a dj battle If you really going to step it up to the old school. Dj's you're going to get exposed right. Not exposes like they want you to have the foundation you know should yes you be able to scratch and all that great stuff so i just think that the technology that we have is great but learn your foundation and if you're willing to do a dj battle could show what you got a the battles limited to use all that extra shedders just straight. Old school fundraisers twelve hundred techniques. Let's go to it. And i wanna actually. I've seen some people bring their controllers and stuff I think it's just a variety. Like i said it's differently. Cared categories like the whole school k. Twelve hundred new. She does i got. I got the one with the needle with the penny.
"rojas" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Rojas. Maybe Garcia. Making a six to start. Getting a lot of offensive support, looking for win number three. In a win today would put the Yankees seven over. Bitch! And it's lowered away Ball one again. They had a one game lead on Toronto coming into today. Oh, Roxy. It's interesting with Garcia at this point, no into the seventh inning third time this year he's been in the seventh inning. We're talking about a rookie at 21 years old, but one thing I've watched He never really seems to have the stressful innings got such a smooth, easy delivery. RoHaas in the air to center playable right toward Aaron Hicks. And straightaway center field, and there's one gun. Oh, yeah, with that said you would think you know, typically, alright, Skipper is going to get him out of there. He's around 90 pitches after six innings. Just the way that he works out there. I think there's a little man crush that Aaron Boone has on him. He talked about his. He's got that moxie out there. He's just got this thing out there. He looks really good. When he is pitching the baseball Magarri, Sierra. Takes inside Ball one from Garcia, When you look at the postseason rotation, all right. We know Cole and Tanaka are going to be one and two. Where do you go after that for the Yankees? What? Oh, pitches, fouled off by Sierra one on one. Perhaps Jay Happ. I think it depends on You know who you're playing? What's the situation like? You know what's their lineup? Construction look like Where are you? In the Siri's. 11. Just missed high two and one and then Okay, So he's your three. At Ford. You go with Garcia, Do you go? With Montgomery. How do you handle back in the rotation on the ground of first? Traveled up to his right by avoid throws to Garcia at the bag. As void, smothered it, leaning toward his right and then led the pitcher. There's two guns. Nice job. Assuming the Yankees advance singing. Where do you go? Okay. Happens. You're three. Then what do you do it for? And you may need 1/5 because of the way the postseason's going going to be lined up. Yeah, I think it depends, you know, really comes down to match up comes down to You know where we at? Faras who were playing what's their lineup.
"rojas" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"What would you do? ? If you had millions of dollars at your fingertips let me clarify what would you do if your job was to take that money and spend it in ways that would make the world a better place that's the question that Carmen row house is confronted with every day. . Carmen is the president and CEO of the Marguerite Casey Foundation. . She stepped into the role justice cove nineteen hit, , and this moment is inspiring big questions about generosity giving and the future of philanthropy. . Permanent. . Thank you so much for taking the time to do this. . Oh thank you so much. . I'm such a fan of you of your show and so I'm so glad to be here. . I. . Love When Interview Start That way? ? <unk>, , much of your career has focused on improving the life of working people across the country what about your own upbringing drew you to this work? ? My mom immigrated from Nicaragua and my dad immigrated from Venezuela they landed in San Francisco and the immigrated at this really weird moment and Hyman US history where it was the peak of the civil rights movement, , the peak of the Labor movement, , the peak of the feminist movement, , and so my parents with middle school education's both from very rural places came to San Francisco and we're able to make lives for themselves in for us for their kids that were so far beyond the things that they could imagine. . So my parents. . For Middle School and I got a PhD from Berkeley I. . Think a lot about how that time that my parents emigrated SOC shaped the opportunities that were available to me, , and how from that moment to today we've seen that window of opportunities shut for the vast majority of people both immigrants people of Color. . Native folks black people that this moment in time we were expected the squeeze the juice out of a grain of sand. . And I looked around me and one. . was exhausting to be one of the only women of the very few women of color one of dot of Latina's in rooms and just made it very. . Sort of. . Clear decision to really focus all of my energy on making sure that I'm not going to be the only one that I won't be the last generation of people that gets to benefit and enjoy from these moments in time and to try to figure out ways to create more moments in time for more of us to be better off. . Growing up how was generosity displayed in your home? ? My mom is one of seventeen and my dad is one of ten. . Seventeen all birthed by the same woman, , all birth by the same woman. . My mom was the first one of her siblings, , the MIGRATES, , united, , States, , and my dad was as well and so my mom tells these really amazing stories. . Her siblings were sisters especially wanted to come to the United States. . She would like work all day work most of the night, , spend the nights like filling out immigration paperwork, , taking them in for seventeen siblings and our house really became sort of a beacon I can't remember a time in my childhood where we didn't have other people living in our house. . My Mom, , my mom worked <hes> cleaning office buildings. . She worked sewing clothes worked at last LEVI's factory in San Francisco, , our? ? House? ? I feel like was what what I think is true philanthropy this desire to give this desire to open up. . Some might think of yours but others think of hours so that so many more people can enjoy the ability to live lives of dignity. . When did you first learn about philanthropy as a formal concept for disseminating help? ? Yeah. . I was an Undergrad I. . got this really interesting fellowship at this organization in San Francisco called the Green Lining Institute my summer project was to try to figure out in the state of California of all of these institutional donors how much of their money went to organizations led by people of Color and immigrants and it turned out these numbers haven't changed much but it's like less than five percent. . and. . So my job was to call us institutions to do the tally board and be like, , okay, , blessing one percent and it was really striking to me because philanthropy is one of those things that is benevolent and powerful we think about is inherently something good to give but we don't ever tell the back story like philanthropic institutions again, , like my own are often built on twice stolen wealth wealth that's extracted from our economy on the one side and on the other side, , won't that people aren't paying taxes into our social safety net into our government to actually try to resolve some of the instant issues that foundations are trying to solve. . Once it became visible to me that these institutions existed that these people were giving money and that they were only giving money to sort of social service programs are to help people from the base of generosity. . But these were actually shaping our political and economic experience. . We can tie the rise of charter schools to philanthropy. . We can tie the rise of privatizing public goods philanthropy wants it became visible to me. . It was something that I couldn't unseen and I. . Now am in a really interesting position because I in this moment the moment that the covert moment, , the economic crisis moment, , the social unrest moment. . Has Really, invited , me to think about philanthropy as this intermediary step
How Philanthropic CEO Carmen Rojas Learned to Lead as Her Full Self
"What would you do? If you had millions of dollars at your fingertips let me clarify what would you do if your job was to take that money and spend it in ways that would make the world a better place that's the question that Carmen row house is confronted with every day. Carmen is the president and CEO of the Marguerite Casey Foundation. She stepped into the role justice cove nineteen hit, and this moment is inspiring big questions about generosity giving and the future of philanthropy. Permanent. Thank you so much for taking the time to do this. Oh thank you so much. I'm such a fan of you of your show and so I'm so glad to be here. I. Love When Interview Start That way? much of your career has focused on improving the life of working people across the country what about your own upbringing drew you to this work? My mom immigrated from Nicaragua and my dad immigrated from Venezuela they landed in San Francisco and the immigrated at this really weird moment and Hyman US history where it was the peak of the civil rights movement, the peak of the Labor movement, the peak of the feminist movement, and so my parents with middle school education's both from very rural places came to San Francisco and we're able to make lives for themselves in for us for their kids that were so far beyond the things that they could imagine. So my parents. For Middle School and I got a PhD from Berkeley I. Think a lot about how that time that my parents emigrated SOC shaped the opportunities that were available to me, and how from that moment to today we've seen that window of opportunities shut for the vast majority of people both immigrants people of Color. Native folks black people that this moment in time we were expected the squeeze the juice out of a grain of sand. And I looked around me and one. was exhausting to be one of the only women of the very few women of color one of dot of Latina's in rooms and just made it very. Sort of. Clear decision to really focus all of my energy on making sure that I'm not going to be the only one that I won't be the last generation of people that gets to benefit and enjoy from these moments in time and to try to figure out ways to create more moments in time for more of us to be better off. Growing up how was generosity displayed in your home? My mom is one of seventeen and my dad is one of ten. Seventeen all birthed by the same woman, all birth by the same woman. My mom was the first one of her siblings, the MIGRATES, united, States, and my dad was as well and so my mom tells these really amazing stories. Her siblings were sisters especially wanted to come to the United States. She would like work all day work most of the night, spend the nights like filling out immigration paperwork, taking them in for seventeen siblings and our house really became sort of a beacon I can't remember a time in my childhood where we didn't have other people living in our house. My Mom, my mom worked cleaning office buildings. She worked sewing clothes worked at last LEVI's factory in San Francisco, our? House? I feel like was what what I think is true philanthropy this desire to give this desire to open up. Some might think of yours but others think of hours so that so many more people can enjoy the ability to live lives of dignity. When did you first learn about philanthropy as a formal concept for disseminating help? Yeah. I was an Undergrad I. got this really interesting fellowship at this organization in San Francisco called the Green Lining Institute my summer project was to try to figure out in the state of California of all of these institutional donors how much of their money went to organizations led by people of Color and immigrants and it turned out these numbers haven't changed much but it's like less than five percent. and. So my job was to call us institutions to do the tally board and be like, okay, blessing one percent and it was really striking to me because philanthropy is one of those things that is benevolent and powerful we think about is inherently something good to give but we don't ever tell the back story like philanthropic institutions again, like my own are often built on twice stolen wealth wealth that's extracted from our economy on the one side and on the other side, won't that people aren't paying taxes into our social safety net into our government to actually try to resolve some of the instant issues that foundations are trying to solve. Once it became visible to me that these institutions existed that these people were giving money and that they were only giving money to sort of social service programs are to help people from the base of generosity. But these were actually shaping our political and economic experience. We can tie the rise of charter schools to philanthropy. We can tie the rise of privatizing public goods philanthropy wants it became visible to me. It was something that I couldn't unseen and I. Now am in a really interesting position because I in this moment the moment that the covert moment, the economic crisis moment, the social unrest moment. Has Really, invited me to think about philanthropy as this intermediary step
Boston Massachusetts Hair Salon Owners Petition To Be Considered Essential Coronavirus Business
"Opposition calling for hair salons in Massachusetts to be considered essential coronavirus businesses to let them reopen early as received thousands of signatures to launch a part of a non essential business down scheduled to be lifted may fourth but somewhat that lifted sooner donde Rojas a owner of a hair for you in Hubbard since started the petition and tells WBZ TV she believes proper safety measures would be easy for salons to act by allowing one client per stylist at a time wearing masks and cleaning all service between
Boxing news: Andy Ruiz Jr reportedly considering Teddy Atlas as new trainer, famously strict coach who worked
"News broken last twenty four hours about who has parted ways with trainer manny robots before we get to anything else let's let's just talk about that for a second many robe liz takes eddie ruis to one of the biggest upsets in heavyweight boxing history just like seven or eight months months ago and now he eats his way out of contention to win the rematch way overweight doesn't pay attention to many robots and now many rogue as is is out i mean what do you make of any releases decision there well it's always the trainer's fault right i mean it's never the fighters fault that's the way boxing history as for the most part but manny rojas is a very good trainer he was very honest both before and after the fight and said hey look we warned him as we move closer to the fight get it together your weight is too high you know let's really start training take this more seriously let's go let's go let's go and and released did what he did and came in fifteen fifteen pounds heavier than he did for the first fight and we all know what happened thereafter so i it's i'm not surprised because it's the trainer is almost always the fall guy for for fighter losing i haven't heard specifically what andy where we said about parting ways with his trainer i don't know if he was unhappy about the criticism that manny robe liz offered after the fight but he was being honest and and and and we welcome that as as reporters i of course chris right we wanna hear guys tell us the truth not sugar coat everything and i i think manny was honest about it and but i think he'd light you know he likes andy and and and and clearly did a great job with him a pulled off one of the biggest upsets sets in boxing history and last june so it'd be interesting to see which direction he goes in for his next trainer but i mean this is on him
Mets pick Luis Rojas to replace Carlos Beltrán as manager
"The New York Mets name their second manager of the off season hiring in finalizing a multi year contract with thirty year old Louise roe has to lead the team for the twenty twenty season the move comes less than a week after the Mets parted ways with Carlos Beltran after bell train was named in MLB's report concerning cheating in the game Belgium's higher skipper November and never manage a game for the club real has served as head of quality control for the Mets in two thousand nineteen and before that spent thirteen seasons as a minor league coach and manager with the organization Ross is the son of a longtime big league manager and player Felipe Alou Mike Moriarty New York
Mets working on deal to make Luis Rojas their next manager
"And a week after firing their manager Carlos Beltran for his role in the sign stealing scandal the New York Mets today promoted from within Louise roe Haas will be their skipper
GM Brodie Van Wagenen says New York Mets finalizing agreement with quality control coach Luis Rojas to make him manager
"Joined as the match have filled their vacancy with the son of Felipe Alou Louise roe Haas arm and you could not most Mets fans over with a feather because this is a guy was a quality control coach last year obviously a tremendous family lineage of bilingual individual who can relate to virtually everyone in the clubhouse does the team has managed it up you know if you will smaller places than the fishbowl York's that's rolling dice man because as Harold Reynolds of MLB network pointed out there ready to win now they got away now this is it certainly Syndergaard might not be around for much longer although the other guys supposedly not really Bobby Axelrod but has a resume Bobbi acts Roddy's going to be the the new full time or the mats has all the money to spend you don't have any problems like the previous years so you never know did I mean
News in Brief 27 March 2019
"This is the news and brief from the United Nations two years on from the world's largest outbreak of acute watery diarrhea and cholera which affected more than a million people in twenty seventeen Yemen is seeing a sharp increase in new reported cases and deaths associated with diseases the UN children's fund UNICEF and the World Health Organization. WHO are warning that over one hundred thousand cases were reported between the beginning of the year and mid March. And that nearly a third of those affected are children under five the two UN agencies are worried that the number of suspected cholera cases is likely to increase given the early arrival of the rainy season the collapse of basic services such as life saving water systems and the poor status of sewage disposal systems in a statement released on Wednesday, Unisem F and WHO said that they're doing everything possible to avoid a repeat of the twenty seventeen outbreak Botts intense fighting access restore. Fictions and bureaucracy are hampering their efforts to fight the disease effectively staying in the Middle East eight years ago this month, the Syria conflict began leading to a humanitarian crisis that far from over on Wednesday Romesh Raja Singham, a senior official from the UN office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs or author briefed at the Security Council on behalf of the UN's humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock eleven point seven million people in Syria. He said require humanitarian assistance, and protection and more than five point six million Syrians are living as refugees across the region. Although fighting in the country has diminished, a growing number of civilians have been killed or injured in recent weeks. Mister, Rojas sangam told the council that the situation in the city of it lib and the surrounding areas in the north west of Syria is of grave concern with an alarming spike in civilian casualties last month, alone ninety people would kill. Of whom nearly half children at least eight six thousand people have also reportedly being displaced by this latest upsurge of violence health facilities, including hospital in syrup city, which has been deconfliction with the parties through stubborn procedures and schools are reported to have been hit humanitarian operations in organizations can to respond to needs an lip and and to prepare for the possibility of further deterioration. But as we have stated previously, a full-scale military onslaught in the area would overwhelm he mentioned response capacities. And there is an urgent need to protect tens of thousands of women in Mozambique who bore the brunt of cyclone EBay, the UN said on Wednesday in a statement. Andrea Wachner Representative of the UN population fund UNFPA in Mozambique said that the agency phys it's a race against time to provide the estimated seventy five thousand vulnerable women adolescent girls with licensing. Sexual and reproductive health services. She added that over forty five thousand births are expected in the next six months and seven thousand of those could involve life threatening complications, women and girls also face a rising risk of exploitation and sexual violence and UNFPA is working to establish safe spaces for them where information psychosocial support and referrals to medical and legal services will be available Conor Lennon UN news.
"rojas" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Struck by the pickup. Truck. And then hit the center divide. The truck itself continue sliding until it finally stops after hitting a guard rail the nine year old girl, however, wasn't the rear passenger seat of frogs. She was pronounced dead at the scene. The woman survived the initial crash. However, she was taken to the hospital UC Irvine medical center where she was pronounced dead. Now, we don't really know the relationship between the girl and the woman in the face. He hasn't confirmed anything, but you know, you could presume a mother daughter leading a possibly a New Year's celebration or anything, but the the driver of the BMW, we don't know his name, but we do know that he he apparently live in the city of orange, and and may have been trying to go back home or just going. You know who knows where he was going. But they believe that this person is the the main person responsible for this when they when they are actually arrested him they they detained him. And they said that he actual actually showed signs of impairment of being under the influence. And so the detained him they place them in the back seat of CHP SUV as they investigated. What happened? But while he was in the back seat. The guy goes and breaks the back window officers. They start struggling with them. When once they pull them out of finally subdued him. Once again, he was taken to the hospital for some minor injuries. But he was eventually cleared and he has been booked into the Orange County jail on felony drunk, driving and gross. But Hitler manslaughter again the first day of the new year. This tragic. What's the status of the opening? The freeway has a freeway opened up. So right now, I'm checking Sigler and everything looks at green. So I know that they were really hoping for to open up the lanes around eleven thirty this morning. According to the traffic reports that I'm looking at right here. Everything looks green. So I it appears that that the lanes have been opened or the majority of the lanes have been open, but you know, the safety investigators they were out there since eleven since one o'clock this morning to around eleven o'clock twelve today this afternoon. And so a lot of information that a lot of things that they have to go over and to document as they move forward into this investigation. James rojas? Thank you very much such a tragic story. Stay on us. I hope you had a safes New Year's Eve, and I hope you have a prosperous new year. Definitely hopefully be we'll be talking about much better stories like it very much James Rojas Arcadi reporter talking about that tragic situation twelve thirty nine, you know, I'll tell you right now. Again, we talk radio talk about the events. And I'm thinking, I'm so sick of every morning every local newscasts, you know. It starts off with a car accident, a DUI and folks I wanna be candidate. Last night. I went out first time on New Year's Eve about ten years had a glass and a half of champagne. That's it. Manahan it over a course of five hours, I ate dinner, and I was perfectly able and sober to drive. I just I just don't I just don't want to be a statistic, and yet you can show these car crashes at four thirty in the morning, five o'clock, we just had this horrible story is this guy was arrested tries to break out of the police car gets rearrested. I mean, you know, there's drinking and driving. And there's always this mindset is not going to happen to me. Well, I got news for you. Get caught on a DUI. That means you've been drinking for a long time. You just got caught that time. It's not the first time too sad to see this happen. Nine year old girl loses her life on the first day of the new year. Let's take a break. Talk radio seven ninety KABC. We're live and local. We'll be right back. ABC has dependable traffic.
Cheryl Dorsey Cheryl, California and Trump discussed on Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood
"Kramer talkradio seven ninety KABC thank you runner is the thirty minute nonstop news blitz at the bottom, of the hour? We're going to speak to KABC? News reporter James Rojas regarding the Silverlake shooting at the top of. The hour visited by Cheryl Dorsey Cheryl is of course a. Retiree LAPD sergeant and let's get her. Opinion on. The trader Joe tragedy but right now it is the thirty minute nonstop news. Books it sure is and we want to talk about that growing Salmonella contamination outbreak excuse me I it. Was Ritz. Crackers now one of my favorites goldfish crackers are among the. Growing list of, related food recalls for possible Sam Annella contamination Apparently the United States permit agriculture's food safety and, inspection service. Issued this public health alert for foods that contain way powder way powder is an, ingredient regulated, by the f. d. a. and. Is using a number of foods including, goldfish so hard. For me, to, believe how the bacteria. Can, get through all the cooking the goldfish you know the baking of them that's what I'm wondering, seem so processed On that. Level the in heated dies in dryness and it's been a dry overheated environment I don't quite know, that works. But if they say it's contaminates contaminate well these are the four types of gold, fish that, are included with them better seasoned. With his way powder it's pepperidge farms And these sound so favorite, flavor, blasted extra cheddar flavor blasted sour cream and onion goldfish baked with whole grain extra cheddar goldfish mix extra. Cheddar and pretzel So check your sell, by dates and if you want all the information go, to the, pepperidge farm, website about that recall Now let me ask you this you said it's expanding. Where else is because it started with Ritz. Crackers and now they apparently use the same way flavoring power in goldfish crackers so I, assume there'll be more, snack foods but by the way. I somebody was saying are read. Somebody's Twitter feed whether or no no goldfish I went I almost followed it with well Actually salmonella has been documented, in pet turtles and, all kinds of things so yeah Made actually goldfish pets right that's what I thought initially when I. Saw, that Yeah, it's? Actually more dangerous 'cause. They, eat a bunch of So California as has hit its target excuse, me California, has, hit its target to. Reduce greenhouse gas emissions four years early great milestone right environmentalists they're cheering, more proof that you can cut pollution while growing the economy but now a closer look. Shows that planet warming emissions are not declining across the board and while emissions from. Electricity generation have. Plunged other, key industries are flat and transportation pollution is rising in addition the Trump administration is now, going to seek to revoke California's authority. To regulate automobile emissions including the mandate for electric car sales this is all coming in a proposed revision of all the Obama era. Standards according, to three people that are familiar with, Trump's plan so. California we did it in under four years but we didn't but we, didn't, because that's only one. Part of it and add adding The rising The rising emissions is. Trump, saying now California can't have. These regulations these regulations on, automobile emissions Well I don't know what to think I I I'm not super. Happy, about that what do you. Think know what to think To me it, sounds like we're we're making good progress it was a good thing but. Look the reality, is when economic forces here's my opinion would economic forces are sufficient to drive energy sources in the right direction, in other words. When, oil and natural gas become so. Expensive that, you can with economic intensity sand. Dollars over to alternative fuel it will happen There, is so, many economic factors working against that, anyway right when, they wanted to build mass transit and the Goodyear Tire people jumped in. We're like whoa, whoa whoa we don't want people taking the train we want them driving I mean there's always been economic factors. That that have You're, missing my point that was really economic manipulation I'm just saying economic fundamentals when the. Price of, oil, goes, to, two hundred dollars a barrel that's it. Alternative fuel will have. A place, and it will zoom up and that's that Yeah According to the federal, government all you folks out there in the I e with live poultry in your. Backyard apparently you're. Live chickens are sickening. People they are linked to several multi-state, outbreaks, Sam. Manila Now from. The goldfish is from your chickens in, your, backyard Caracul chickens because they're a good source of eggs and I, feel like I would I would know where..
David Beckham, Twelve Months and Ten Days discussed on Today
"David beckham brilliant brilliant freekick the goal knocked them out twenty years ago we'll be speaking to the colombian embassador about where the history will repeat itself today the bbc news is read by charles carroll rescue teams in thailand are trying to work out how to bring to safety the group of boys trapped deep in a flooded cave complex in the north of the country the twelve boys and their football coach were missing for nearly ten days before they were finally located yesterday military officials say they'll be given medical help enough food to last for four months and will be taught to dive at a news conference the governor of chiang rai in the wrong sack or something to cohen said that the rescue would be challenging the healer and watch we will send on their food but we are not sure if they can eat since it's been ten days we still have other duties until it's over from getting them back and getting them back to normal so they can go back to school the government has said that it will ban controversial conversion therapy says part of an action plan to improve the lives of lesbian gay bisexual and transgender people the treatments aim to change a gay person sexuality but many medical groups say the practices unethical and can cause psychological problems the german chancellor angela merkel says that she has agreed a deal on immigration to inderal that was threatening to destroy her coalition government of interior minister hosts say hofer who leads one of the parties in the coalition has dropped his threat to resign jenny hill reports from berlin on the face of it angela merkel has pulled off a career saving compromise the row has sent it on what to do with people who seek asylum in germany having registered in another eu country i the leaders agreed to build transit centers inside the border though technically not on german soil in which people would be detained before being sent back to the original eu country but there are a few other details it's not known how many other countries are prepared to take back germany's fell to sign incidents nevertheless mrs mackel hailed the deal as a breakthrough the libyan navy says sixty three migrants are missing after their inflatable boats sunk about thirty miles east tripoli forty others who will wearing life jackets were rescued a leading business organisation has drawn up a list of questions it says its members won't answering on the impact of the uk's withdraws from the eu the british chambers of commerce says firms are running out of patience with the lack of progress in the brexit negotiations the questions cover areas including vat tariffs customs and regulations bbc news has been told that a prison where six inmates have died this year is overcrowded and in crisis the chairman of the monitoring board hp birmingham says inmates living in inhumane conditions g four s which runs the prison has rejected the claims heels midland's correspondent seem architecture in december twenty sixteen h m p birmingham experienced one of the worst prison riots in england fidel cades off the keys were stolen from the manager and hundreds of inmates were let out of their cells now rojas swindles who chairs the jails independent monitoring booed it's painting a picture of a prison in desperate need of attention he says it's overcrowded rat infested and that forty percent of its staff have less than twelve months experience chief arrest says it doesn't recognize any of the allegations and is adamant that there have been big improvements in staff retention and levels of violence a roman catholic archbishop in australia has been sentenced to twelve months in home detention for covering up child sexual abuse the entrepreneurship of adelaide philip wilson was convicted in may of conceding abuse by paedophile priests in the nineteen seventies the sixty seven year old has so far refused to resign as archbishop the magistrate said that he showed no remorse or contrition a group of mp's has warned that tens of thousands of children in the uk who don't have.
Uncertainty rattles White House as Trump mulls further shake-up
"Kabc news live and local at three o'clock i'm john wolf local high school students stood up and walked out of class today demanding gun reform a month after seventeen were killed during a florida school shooting there was a boy in your life were you know that was not that was not what we wanted to move fifteenyearold jillian palacios and her classmates marched with students who are in florida via skype that was incredible being able to communicate with students that are just like us and being able to hear their perspective on what it is due to ensure our safety she says they talked about gun reform and other social issues james rojas kabc news as expected it sounds as though toys r us will soon be toys were at least in america it's the wall street journal is reporting all us stores are now expected to be under the knife eliminating some thirty three thousand jobs except those who get golden parachutes with one executive saying they're putting for sale signs sale signs on everything the white house declined to comment wednesday today on reports of an impending administration shakeup saying only that when trump decides to make changes announced them at the time correspondent caitlyn collins is the white house staff is feeling uneasy about all of the changes in an uneasy atmosphere in the west wing my sources tell me they say that they feel uncertain of what's going to happen next with this string of departures and firings that we've seen over the last few weeks in the trump white house staffer said that they feel that they're left in the dark and they don't know who's going to be fired next or who will be walked off the white house grounds tomorrow the california family found that seven baseball cards were millions were back on the eighth correspondent john stolnis has more family who.
"rojas" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"The all to power fifty those told ringtones were expensive what phrase e more they could polyphonic ringing tones turns yes yeah crazy near no one thinks about ringtones now racist the normal i often right where you're going to iphone you can't really put music has a ringtone electorate hey foreign you can you have to do so mixed owes it i generally haven't had a third ring i've already a old i know now is just an iphone runyon other media gino loved you find i should ring meiring i i have oh it's just the vibration that's the ringtone yes for you laura regular every rule oh wow app who is really the rule accusing capitalists as control in my life right now at all yes the end of the rojas and girls though row now to the the other than in this lucky added i sorry i am make sure you for the loss of my seal it into a come on got three i think we have light good p a good piece of news coming out this week no this week will next week and it's now is coming out next this week are yes we have some new yes hurt flurries yes alex you don't need yet allow went awkward that's why i've had piece of accidents they want event anyway than their buffeted to look how nao you're a review us on actually i got yes we need some more rate in some reviews on i changed my was to say nice things don't say horrible things to you on debts they have anc.
"rojas" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"So far james rojas what is in this food disney should they be a bit anxious about the fact that folks which is run by people who've made profitable decisions more often than i have not is willing to sell yes i think is a very very interesting murmann in modern media history i mean in a mr murdoch spent decades building up the empire which has acquired he's been hugely successful on both sides of the atlantic and in many other parts of the world an eye on i wonder if we're a moment where he's deciding that you know some of his more traditional media holdings are not really where the future of his company and he's not sure how this is going to go because cruise one of things which is being speculated is that his son james night dan guessing position with disney as part of the deal says is a very interesting moment i think i know the mr murdoch has remained loyal to newsprint and and then even i saw the potential of satellite television in your room before others undelivered on that so i think is a very interesting moment he is it seems preparing to break up some of his empire i don't think this is must be neck explanation why he would be wanting to sell these i know there there is up there a loss of blind speculation which we all now attributing there's a there's a interesting fessing play on in the west and cold inc and it's about a roof amid up building up acquiring the sun and building it up to two two eventually overtake the circulation of the daily mirror.
"rojas" Discussed on The MFCEO Project
"Rojas no one a little bit you shared about your data i mean yeah there's no way i didn't hear about any i was so mad at my parents when i came home and i find figure out what was going on on my why in there i because that is no you had other things that deal with the guy and so you have to remain focused right have to add that mission first mind that what is your mission right now do you believe in the mission you have to believe in your mission yeah now to thailand together with that is do you understand why you're doing what you're doing like do what is your why and i know you guys talk about this a lot right what is your why what drives you what gets you out of that right do you do you want to do this because you think you're supposed to do this or do you want to do is because it means something to you in another way or you're gonna leave a legacy if you're going to make an impact are it's something that you want because so many people dared they don't know why they're doing what the fuck they're doing because they're doing ship because they think they are supposed to exactly and that and if you're doing things because you think you're supposed to do them you're not going to be very successful if you don't have a passion behind you can't we talk about this yards it's in the book extreme ownership we talk about with companies now a big thing with decentralised command right a lot of people are like well we tried that it just doesn't work no you're doing it the wrong way right you can't properly execute decentralised command if your team doesn't understand why they're doing what you're telling them to do the reason why we were so successful in ramadi is because we knew why we were doing what riley and we believe this and there you know i still have emails in my account from bodies that are like what are you guys doing like wire why are you guys doing daytime presence patrols with the army that's not what navy seals do right well guess what that's there is a job to be dr do we thought could have to do we.
"rojas" Discussed on We're No Doctors
"Two well maybe they it i don't know i'm not raining i mean like i am skimming merida called maybe he is due maybe he's made some precautions for the people that work for him maybe people take you know you rotate you don't like all you may maybe you know he was like in the kitchen in the train rojas yeah he's really he's really call god speed in an antinuclear if next summer and fina go you half deal it is a birdie is like a pizza con connoisseur might a nine year old and seriously she's eaten linked the best pizza in the country although i haven't taken a tip pete's and chicago i haven't taken hurdling deep dish oh we knew we did once but she was very little and she was confused by the deep bishop at all like i don't know how to deal with those this is a pie sometimes i barunholtz gets them sent out from chicago while or like freeze dried is it from gino from chino's easter or something and they like get shipped out and then there's a good deep dish in silverlake called mosser oh yeah i'm not into a deep gash vibe also i can't anything because i'm on the wall thirty so this is why are we talking about annoying to me because we're talking about bakers lung we're talking about we talking about now i am allergic to would to foods cooked in wood burning in some weren't wood burning ovens.