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USMNT Stumbles out of the Gate
"Let's look back on the us as nil-nil draw with el salvador in world cup qualifying match of the octogonal round of concacaf world cup qualifying and to look back on everything. That went down he's sebastian. Salazar and hercules gomez. Thank you very much all right. A million ways to break down this first match of the qualifying cycle for the us. Let's start first by analyzing not the performance but the result itself a scoreless. Draw away against salvadoran. The first of three. Are you satisfied with it. Satisfied wouldn't be necessarily the word it's acceptable right. It's this road formula you steal steal away and you secure points at home so if we're going by that formula team that didn't qualify last world cup because they failed to secure points at home because they failed to steal points away then. Yeah by that standard. I wouldn't say satisfied. But it's an acceptable result. So yeah acceptable i mean. Isn't this the most talented generation of us players ever. Isn't it also the most accomplished at club level of all time at some point. Don't we have to the expectations. A little bit yeah. Let's be honest and say give level. Yes at club level by far. That's not even debate. Let's give go pederson salvador all the credit that you want. There's not a single player hurricane team. That's getting anywhere near the. Us eleven the us eighteen twenty six for these games. I mean you are so obsessed with where guys play you. Want to eat horvath who hardly plays a start over matt. Turner salvador has zero players playing top flight football in europe. Not top five league football light football in europe when you have such a decided advantage of the. Us doesn't tell there. Shouldn't the expectation beat to win. If now that vantage when will it be to win.
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"salazar" Discussed on Circle Round
"There we are even one basket for you one basket for me use. Scratch my bow. I scratch yours and when you come back tomorrow we'll do it all over again. What do you say i say. This is the beginning of a boat of fo- friendship. Oh after that every single day. The fishermen would paddle the canoe to the middle of the river. The water would bubble and churn. The fish would fly through the air. The baskets would fill to the brim into the canoe would snarf down one of the baskets with a great big gulp no longer. The fishermen worry about putting food on his family's stable. The fish he brought to market were so large so plump he could sell them for four coppers a piece instead of just two and it wasn't long before those coppers added up and the fishermen was prospering. Now it just so happens that the fishermen had a brother a farmer who lived several villages over and the two siblings were as different as june and january whereas the fishermen was humble and caring. The farmer was greedy and jealous so when the farmer heard about the fisherman's good fortune. He grew green with envy. How is my brother suddenly doing so well. I must uncover secret early. One morning the farmer snuck out to the river and he'd behind a bush. He watched the fishermen glide his canoe into the mortar and paddle to the middle of the river. It was a wide river so the fishermen was pretty far away into the farmer. Couldn't see much but what he did see made his eyes bulge. Oh my goodness look at all those big beautiful fish jumping out of the water and into my brother's boat. It's like magic again. The canoe was quite distant. So the farmer didn't see what happened next. He didn't see the canoes. Spinach prowl around. And he didn't see it open. Its gaping mouth. Didn't see all the fish in one of the baskets suddenly disappear but what he did see set his greedy mind a world and that night under a dark sky the farmer crept back to the river with two gigantic baskets strapped to his back. They were far bigger than any baskets. The humble fishermen ever used the farmer brought his brother's canoe to the water's edge and placed his jumbo baskets inside. They were so huge they barely fit just as the farmer was about to step inside and push off. Which paddle do you use. When you sit in the front of a canoe. The farmer tensed. What what did you say i said. Which paddle do you use. When you sit in the front of a canoe either or get it like an or like like a paddle. only it's either or situation. Wow you get miss. The farmers is traveled down to the canoe at first when he spotted the cheery face with its twinkling eyes and smiling mouth. He was startled but then he smiled. Oh now. I understand your imagine canoe. My brother has imagined canoe. So that's always been catching all those big beautiful fish. The farmer leaked into the canoe and began to paddle. When they reached the middle of the river. He looked at the canoe expectantly. Okay here we are. Now gimme me those fish oil boy. Aren't you pain in the stern. But hey whatever floats your boat. To the farmer's delight the water begin to quiver ripple gurgling churn then fish. After fish began hurtling through the air and landing in the farmers enormous baskets the baskets were so big and could hold so much before long. The canoe was weighted down with fish and it sides were barely above the water fellow. We're gonna need a bigger boat nonsense. I want these filled to the brim. Eventually they were at which point. The fish stopped jumping and the water went still well. Well well look at all these fish and their mind. Oh my now. Let's get back to shore so i can sell them. Not so fast seven. Aren't you forgetting something now. Remember the farmer didn't know that his brother always shared his fish with the canoe. The farmer had been too far away to see. I'm not forgetting anything. Yeah hopeless heap of whittle. Would i'm going back to shore. And i'm selling these fish and i'm making a mint. Just as the farmer. Lifted his paddle. I wouldn't be so sure of boat that the canoe whipped its head around. It's twinkling eyes flashing with fury before the fire knew what was happening. The canoe opened its gaping mouth wide and swallowed both baskets of fish then the canoe stretch jaws even wider and tried swallowing the farmer terrified bellows sprung from his seat dove into the water swimming away as fast as his legs and arms could carry him when he reached the shore. He took off running through the forest and for all we know he's running still as for his brother. The humble fisherman he end his canoe continued their daily fishing trips sharing ample amounts of catfish bass and bad folks puns. You know. I'm kind of tempted to make one right now but i can't think of any canoe canoe like can you canoe. I think i'll stick to storytelling.
"salazar" Discussed on Circle Round
"To back. Check this out. What do you think the canoe does next. We'll find out happens after a quick break.
Patiño Blanks Yanks as Rays Pound Cole, Bullpen in 14-0 Rout
"Louise Pertini out pitch Gerrit Cole in the race exploded for ten runs in the sixth inning of a laugher against the Yankees fourteen nothing between you allowed three hits over six innings striking out eight and walking to call meanwhile was changed in the sixth in charge with a season high eight runs seven earned on six hits over five in the third Brett Phillips launched a grand slam during the big sixth inning innings like that games like that are few and far between throughout the course of the season Salazar you know that's what makes baseball so fun right there baseball's fun as for the grand slam yeah first one of my career feels great Austin meadows homered twice and had five RBIs is Tampa Bay avoided a three game sweep I'm Dave Ferrie
Biden Nominates LA Mayor Eric Garcetti for India Ambassador
"The White House has released some of its nominations for diplomatic posts including sending the mayor of Los Angeles to service the U. S. ambassador to India Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti got high marks for his leadership during the pandemic but facing problems with homelessness and rising crime in his city Kerr said he's been selected to serve as ambassador to India considered a difficult diplomatic post insiders say former Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel could be the next ambassador to Japan former interior secretary Ken Salazar would head to Mexico former state department official Nicholas burns to China president but is also nominated retired miracle on the Hudson pilot Sully Sullenberger to service the U. S. representative on the council of the international civil aviation organization these nominations would need to be confirmed Jackie Quinn Washington
How NFTs Could Disrupt the Art Market
"I would describe myself as a creator. This is afraid. O- salazar carro. He's an artist but would he makes is kind of hard to pin down. My current most favored mediums. or virtual. reality Speculative architecture biotech sure Agroforestry born in mexico city and moved to texas with his family as a teenager. Family trips back and forth across the border left an indelible impression on him and permeate work. I am the director of dreams of the daughter. A surreal documentary dealing with mexico border concepts and logic some politics i call it a magic realism documentary or a surreal documentary. The experimental film depicts the experience of the central american mass migration north. It uses three d scans traditional film footage and virtual reality to take viewers essentially in side journey from the guatemalan jungle to the arizona. Desert sell are karaoke tells the story from the point of view of a young girl. Ashiq i am the jeans and cheek. The spirit of a young immigrant tells us her dreams and memories or really shows us of her journey northwards and she wears a mask of a jaguar cub So she has this kind of mystical guide.
How consumers are using their latest relief checks
"To have you with us. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is out with a new study today, looking at how people are spending or not spending their pandemic relief checks. So far, most are using the money to pay off debt or saving it. Not exactly the economic stimulus. Many are hoping for marketplaces Nancy Marshall Ganz or has more on why people are holding back on spending. The New York Fed says the consumers it surveyed who've already received their third relief checks are hanging on to the money just like they did with the 1st and 2nd relief payments. The Fed report says. Consumers are only planning to spend a quarter of the most recent check, and most of that will go toward essentials. We were savers Jason Calas are is an eighth grade teacher. He, his wife and teenage son lived near Los Angeles. He says. In the before times they go out to eat once or twice a month. But they won't be using any their stimulus money for that. In fact, he doesn't think they'll set foot in a restaurant until next year. We spent the lad better part of 13 months used, avoiding indoors and people are strangers. And then it would just be a big hurdle to get over. Salazar says they might reconsider once they're all vaccinated. Kathy Bostjancic, an economist at Oxford Economics, says a lot of other consumers feel the same way. The confidence to go out and spend on services is is very directly related to the progress we're making on the vaccinations. Question Sick thinks will make enough progress for consumer spending to jump about 3.5% over the next few months. Other economists, like Joseph Minarik of the Conference board aren't quite so optimistic. The people who worked in hotels or in transportation We're getting up to full capacity is going to take some time. Those folks are going to continue toe hold back in terms of their spending, Min Eric says. Even some people who do have jobs are worried They'll get a pink slip and economic growth won't recover without them, since roughly 70% of the U. S economy
Remains of Victoria Esperanza Salazar arrived home, El Salvador
"The body of a Salvadoran migrant woman living in Mexico has been returned to El Salvador this weekend as Maria Martin reports the woman's death at the hands of Mexican police has ignited international outrage. 36 year old Victoria Esperanza's al Assad Died in the Mexican resort city of to loom a week ago. Ah video shows three Mexican policemen standing above her body as a policewoman places her knee and Salazar's back for several minutes. The video, then shows police throwing her lifeless body in the back of a police truck. It was later determined she died of a broken neck victorious. Al Assad had lived in Mexico on a humanitarian visa. Since 2018. Her death has led to protests in Mexico and off Salvador. Enter calls for justice by international human rights groups. The police agents involved in her death have been fired and
Killing of Salvadoran Refugee by Police in Mexico Incites Furor
"A warning to our audiences includes graphic description of police violence. This coming protests have erupted in mexico over the police. Killing of victoria a thirty six year old salvadoran woman and mother of two who'd been living in mexico with the humanitarian visa. Four police officer from the coastal city of them have been charged with femicide after an autopsy concluded that her neck had been broken while in custody videos published by mexican media. Show one of the four officers who arrested salazar kneeling on her back pinning. Her against the pavement cries out she lays on the pavement faced down handcuffed unconscious. Three other cops looked on before they eventually pick her up motionless her body and put her in the back of a police car before driving away. The salazar's mother. Rosa bellotti as-as speaking from el salvador. Being young feel indignation. I feel so powerless in angry. Who these justice for my daughter victoria. Salazar had reportedly lived in mexico since at least two thousand eighteen when she was granted refugee status
Biden Faces Strategic Challenges in Immigration-Reform Effort
"As the Biden administration deals with a surge of migrants and asylum seekers at the nation's southern border. Democrats in the House were expected to advance legislation this week, providing legal status for millions of young immigrants known as dreamers and for immigrant agriculture workers. But neither bill has bipartisan support needed in the Senate. No party holds a monopoly on compassion. Florida Republican Maria Elvira Salazar is introducing a bill she says, provides border security changes to asylum laws and what she calls a 10 year. Dignity path for those living in the U. S illegally. Lawmakers in both parties concede a comprehensive immigration bill is unlikely to win bipartisan support boxes. Jared Halpert on
Is Saka Arsenal’s best player?
"Committee espn fc. Shock his lops fashion. Salazar with you in studio shock. I don't know if you saw yesterday's show. We had a heated discussion over whether the of religion have been reduced to ten men against round madrid in the champions league. We will keep that debate going a little bit later today. Show some different faces to mix it up steve nicol. We'll be by for that joining us now. Though stuart robson julian laurent don hutchison. It is thursday which most importantly mean shaq is power rankings. Most importantly means europa. League will start in greece for arsenal. Beat benfica come from behind in this one. They went three to two advanced. Four three on aggregate a bombing with a couple of goals. Kieran tierney As well jill's. I'll start with you. Just how big was this for arson to advance the round of sixteen in europa league the result of course and qualifying but also the fact that they came from behind. He's he's been very very rare season. I think he was only the second time where they went behind and then ended up winning again we against southampton in the league. The game saint. Mary's but apart from that every time they were behind every time they considered. I couldn't come back and win it so to do that logically would be huge tonight. Plus also the quantification the momentum before the game leicester on sunday and also of course the two goes for obama. Young and the to assists for psychiatry. And i think we need to find you. Were to qualify an amazing player. Bouquets in one thousand nine dong cossack is he. I think he's that best plass sevi- mono people say about me on gets the goals and they rely on. His goal is true. But i think when i watch young suck apply. I think he's got a lot look at his temperament. Look at the way he plays the game. You can tell. Light loves playing football. He's got smile on his face. He's a choose infectious at the training ground when he's playing but talent wise he's got a wonderful less or you can goes pass. Players phone can go either way. Turn the pace again. He works back. He's got a lot really. I mean he must be a manager's dream robbo arsenals best player. he's right up. Two games in the corrected goes for obama yang and that was the difference between the two sides been fieger. I thought place nice football today. But they had no cutting edge going forward whereas cutting edge liquid trying to break off sidelines. Saka was coming in it and those little round the corner obama gang trying to running behind whereas been fake. If all that good fly times just had no cutting edge shocker arsenal just getting it down today just but last questions about about soccer. Yes he in my mind. He is arsenal's best and most important and ask those third goal goal. That takes them to the next round sums it up one more the defender a couple of crossovers defended doesn't know whether he's going to go. Righto left come back onto onto left and picks a fight bullets. Who just onsides 'cause on maybe man because of his two goals headlines but but for me also is a vote soccer and so much of their good plea comes from from his unpredictability from just clever. He is on the ball and for me without question. That teams suffers most without without saka more than anybody else other
"salazar" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
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"salazar" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
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Alabama brothers, ages 3 and 1, found dead in hot car
"In Shelby County released the names of two young brothers who died after climbing into a hot car. The victim's air three year old Daniel Garcia, and one year old Ivan Salazar, and obituary describes Daniel is one of the happiest kid you'd ever meet. Ivan was called a happy child that was full of laughter. Investigators say the brothers got into the vehicle, but when were unable to get out. A funeral's gonna be held Saturday in Clanton.
No suspects in custody after 9-year-old boy dies in Chicago shooting
"Have have no no suspects suspects in in the the fatal fatal shooting shooting Friday Friday of of a a nine nine year year old old boy, boy, authorities authorities say say Generally, Generally, Ricks Ricks was was playing playing in in a a lot lot Friday Friday evening evening near near Cambridge Cambridge Avenue Avenue and and Locust Locust Street Street when when someone someone walked walked up up and and began began shooting shooting Or Or from from WG WG and and TV's TV's Judy Judy Wang. Wang. He He was was going going to to be be 1/4 1/4 grader, grader, Ruben Salazar Elementary school and qualify for a program for gifted Children. Last night. Neighbors in the former Cabrini Green complex where the boy lived, gathered for a vigil, stuffed animals of football basketballs and lit candles marked the area where generally was killed. $4000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible. You can call 800 You tell us. That's the letter you tell us with any information or reported to CPD tip. Dotcom
"salazar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Of a recount. Orlando Salazar with the Republican National Hispanic Assembly hopes the election will not be contested because infighting would hurt the candidates chances during the November election. Mr Reyes will concede and just they'll shake hands and hopefully raise will get behind Tony, and they can bolster what is really a traditionally conservative community. He says. There is a great chance that Gonzales will win the November election if the two candidates come together in the Democratic runoff for Bear County commissioner, a newcomer has knocked off an incumbent Democratic runoff Results for Bear County Commissioner Precinct One was won by Rebecca Clay Flores, who knocked off incumbent Sergio Chico Ramirez. Play. Flores grab 61% of the vote, compared to the 38% for Rodriguez a difference of nearly 3500 votes. She will face Republican Gabrielle Laura in the November general election. I'm Tanner Carlson NewsRadio 1200 W. O II Air Force Better and M. J. Hagar will face off in November against incumbent Senator John Cornyn after defeating state Senator Royce West in Tuesday's Democratic Senate primary runoff. Wooo II's Austin bureau chief Chris Box has more. Hagar held a 4 to 5 Point lead for most of the evening, and even before the race was called, she'd already shifted her attention to the one person in her way from being the state's first female Democratic senator. Ever. John Cornyn has continually sold us out to his corporate donors in his powerful political allies. A Sexton's face covered 19. What has Senator Cornyn done? He's downplayed the seriousness of the disease early on and undermined health experts and the CDC. There was a high voter turnout about a 1,000,000 Democrats. I know that that's what's going to cause John Cornyn to have a hard time sleeping tonight. Chris Fox News Radio 1200 Wook I. The San Antonio School District is making some big changes to the start of the school year, thanks to the Corona virus. Superintendent Pedro Martinez says the 1st 3 weeks will be remote learning we would start in person instruction in class instruction for those families who chews it no earlier than after Labor Day, he says school buildings will be open for food distribution and other services. They will be training teachers on health standards. And starting next week, they'll be asking parents what their preferences are every nine weeks, the district will review how learning is going in order to adjust. Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stead, says he is one of the latest Americans to test positive for covert 19. The Republican says he feels fine but does feel some aches. He said he is quarantining at home and isolating himself to protect his family. Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart Speaker to play NewsRadio 1200 Wook I on I Heart Radio. I'm Marco Moreno NewsRadio 1200 W o A. I could win $1000.
George Floyd march in downtown Houston, San Antonio
"And it's ten Antonio continues to heal from Saturday night's unrest following a huge peaceful protest in honor of George George Floyd there Nierenberg says that dozens of people who gather downtown to clean up after the aftermath on Sunday show the exact same kind of spirit as the protest prior to the folks that were in those lines of people marching downtown on Sunday morning to clean up or almost the same kinds of scenes you could see when they were marching through the streets for just the same kinds of folks meantime protesters demonstrated peaceful fully in front of the bear county courthouse yesterday they were joined by a share of having our Salazar well victim George Floyd's family will be marching towards Houston city hall this afternoon as ongoing protests continue around the nation Houston's mayor Sylvester Turner said that they expect thousands of people to show up and law enforcement officials have been called in from all levels on the computer to left of this family the marches if it's not a city of Houston E. van but it is being organized by a local community
New York now investigating child illness possibly linked to coronavirus, Cuomo says
"Governor Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that New York is investigating about one hundred cases of a mysterious inflammatory syndrome in children that's thought to be related to the coronavirus three young people in the state of died of the syndrome which affects blood vessels and organs and has symptoms including persistent fever rash abdominal pain and vomiting there have been children in other places in the United States and in Europe too there have also been hospitalized with the syndrome the physician in chief at Connecticut children's Medical Center his name is doctor Juan Salazar he said the rear syndrome often appears two to four weeks after a child has recovered from corona virus often without ever being diagnosed with the virus Dr Anthony Fauci spoke about the syndrome during that Senate testimony we just listened in on there yesterday about the coronavirus saying quote I think we better be very careful that we're not cavalier and thinking that children are completely immune to the effects of covert
ESPN's Michael Jordan documentary - Reactions to Episodes 5 and 6 of 'The Last Dance'
"Welcome to the JALEN and Jacoby after show. Jalen once again here I am live with you right. After two episodes of the last dance on a Sunday night that again blew my mind. It just keeps getting better and better every single Sunday night. What are your initial reactions from episode? Five and six so many different reactions. Jacoby Your Guy de Thomas was left off the Dream Team. Michael Jordan sort of separate himself a little bit from that decision. I WanNa Talk Salazar raising hair about that. These episodes Jalen rose. I loved watching the greatest of all time. The grote one of the best athletes that this species ever produce struggle on the golf course just like my driver Michael Jordan. Only feel you my time. I'M GONNA give everybody an underlying theme somebody to play with the Bulls after Jordan air. Something that I saw that after this moment everybody that Sina Dot can now run with Republican. Something so the. Nobody's discussing you notice. A couple of the Bulls employs like the equipment guy. Light the media relations sky people that were really close to Jerry Cross. They envied Michael Jordan. Success and fame. They envied it. Remember the part where he even called his security sniff. Brothers remember that part of course as people who now know all of the parties involved and same thing with Pr. It was like Oh. They thought he was such a big deal. Yeah he was the biggest deal and so this is what went through. The building ultimately led to their overall demise after the winning six championships well. I'm glad you mentioned his success. And his fame because that was explored in depth this evening and not always the positive and we do see the positive the endorsements and the deal with Nike. But we also see the negative and it seemed like he was a hostage in his own hotel room and they did a really good job of just sort of what. It's like to be Michael Jordan. Now you know what? It's like to leave a hotel room and a half fans outside a hotel and going arena and have people want your signature but granted you regret. Nba Player superstar. But nothing to the level of Michael Jeffrey Jordan during the Mid Nineties and this documentary this evening did a really good job of showing how. That's something that we all want. We all want to be like Mike. But when you are Mike you want to not be like Mike. And it was such a such a really well done portray. It's a IT'S A. It's a sentiment that we've seen so many documentaries in so many behind the music's where oh it was fame and we wanted. We want we want it. We got it and then it turned bad but I felt like this evening. The did a really good job of explaining exactly why. And how and what? The experience was like for Michael Jordan. During that time what do you think? I think it's great throughout these series to acknowledge how he became the best player in the League in eighties. The most dominant in exciting player that the game has seen and then how he elevated one three in a row and became the goat at that point. Just think about it. He had three Peter something that Magic Bird Isaiah. Dr J. hadn't done. He was the goat. Then Jacoby just think about that. He was the goat before he left the game. And so having him on your squat and being able to go anywhere. He can't take one step out of his room without being acknowledged he's the most famous pitch man on the earth. Commercials movies like it. Just didn't stop his popularity so nobody will be able to garner Garner what he was able to do as far as making the game mainstream and it also showed immense pressure that that
"salazar" Discussed on Drum History
"Invitation to join the team in. I couldn't have been more honored at the time and even now just to continue to do this. I got hired a little over five years ago as relations manager and you having such a deep appreciation knowledge of the brand knowledge of of drums and drum building and things like that You know I started to take on a lot. More responsibility to sort of passion is really excited to be involved as much as I could and I worked with a great team that really embraced having me in having my input in value that but also the community also really embrace braced me Just as much as we embrace them And that really helped catapult things and move things to where they are today You know we get to see. Really cool things come to fruition and come to market like you know an eight legged black beauty and things like that and there's a lot of cool stuff on the way you know we've we've we've kind of it's cool because this brand's definitely turning a new chapter in. I think it's going in the right direction We have a lot of you know the continued support in loyal fan base. At as I mentioned before you know the main ingredients in our recipe is to put the people I you know. They sort of. They steered the ship. It kinda inspire some where we need to go Throughout this whole thing in it's just been really cool. The guys the insider great guys on the outside Are Are the biggest inspiration. Obviously guys and girls sorry to just kind of using that term but yeah it's been a wild ride man. I don't think I would have ever thought. I'd possess a key to the drum factory. No less Ludwig trump factor literally. Yeah no it was insane. I remember when I put it on. I was just like this. This isn't reality. Like what is this drink over like? What's going on but Yeah cool you know in things like the speed king are back and playing a role in redesigning a box? I like that was my blowing at every point. It's just been it's been crazy but it's all been super exciting and and again one of the biggest things you know. One of the funnest parts of this job is is the community You know in interacting and building relationships with people like yourself players educators and everything. Because you know we all know why we're musicians in the impact that music has and I think we all do everything we can to to advocate and support for one another which is really cool. The Camaraderie just always blows me away. Especially now that we're we're sort of Undergoing a lot of these very difficult unfamiliar times you know Sin Everybody Band together in unique ways and continue to support each other is one hundred percent important but also very heart warming at the same time very inspiring. So it's cool to be able to blend a lot a lot of elements inactivity in dreux manufacturing. That are are responsible for uplifting a lot of people and communities if people and that's what's really cool in the day absolutely and just to put a date on this episode that we are like in the middle of like being quarantined like the corona virus and not leaving our houses and stuff so So if you listen to this ten years from now and You know forget when it was just remember. We can't leave our homes right now and we don't have the mcrib or the shamrock shake. No and it's a shame we're man had gotten a mad plug at this episode. Everyone's GonNa like sneak out and get transient McGrath. We're not supporting McDonald's. It's not about them about Ludwig Yemen. Everything that's been going on with the new stuff the new speed king. Everything is really cool. And I think having a guy like you involved who's younger and just Just really in tune with the next generation of drummers It's not like a thing where I don't know it's not like it's gotten old and stuffy. It's still very new and fresh and cool so I think everyone's really happy that you're you're there and you're working on stuff and keeping the brand fresh and And Man I really appreciate you taking the time to be on the show and you did a great job explaining through all the like the tack Weld Spun Hydro like it was very clear and I really appreciate that cool. Yeah absolutely. I'm always happy to do it. I know that A lot of this information isn't so easily accessible on there isn't one destination for to be able to sorta summit all up in one place is a really really cool Really Fun obviously anytime To get to gear and the gear. Start Spinning. You know no pun intended You know I it's kind of that's that's that's that's where that's where. I WANNA be you know. And so it was perfect Big Shoutout to Stephen Wolff for making the connect. Yeah no he's he's unbelievable wolf like e he reached out to me after like three episodes when when there was just. I mean people had heard it but I mean that's like three episodes this is. I'm on episode forty when I'm recording this right now so I mean he. He called me and it was like midnight vampire and Just to talk to him on the phone. I was like holy crap. This is unbelievable. You're famous drummer and It it really helped me keep going to be like all right people actually like this so to see the take-off at at the level that it has a mean it's definitely. You're the right person for this. I mean you have such a passion for it in for drums in general you know. That's kind of. That's the kind of person that that you need behind this So thank you for what you're doing for the community for the fan base that you have now but also for the people that are gonna come come across in the next few months in years. This is really critical. Like I said a lot of this information is really critical in a dozen exist in in a lot of accessible ways in. You're doing that. You're making it accessible. Which is awesome you know and and you're putting your spin on it. You know talking to different people and personalities at bring a different color things and excitement and things like that so it was. I'm super stoked to do this. Abbey seat you know being a hundred eleven year old company. There's tons of product in history to talk about so I'm down to I mean we can. We can pick a product you know whenever I know wolf is down the Dusan and stuff. So yeah it's cool. It's so cool. Thank you very much for what you said. And exactly you're right where like So Vincent Leaf before he did the speed king episode which will have to retouched. Because there's a new one but we do the accolate. We could do the Super Bowl. I mean the acrilate alone. I think wolf and I might do that. Because he's he's taking that student model drum and plane on platinum selling albums he loves etre. That's another but yeah man Dow cool. Well thank you so much for being on the show. Where can people find you? Let's let's say that where. Where can they find you if they WANNA fall you all that good stuff? Yeah definitely you could find me. I you know all my antics and goofiness is is all on instagram for the most part at at Damon Drums And obviously definitely follow at Ludwig Drums H. Q. If you're not On instagram and facebook obviously visit our site Olympic Dash DOT COM To keep up to date with a lot of our product releases we do some blogging on there as well Do some artist coverage product coverage things like that. Talk about some shops but Yeah awesome to engage with with people We can In Super Super Proud. Always have you know that consistent loyal fan base for for Ludwig? I'm one of those fans as well. Awesome Cool Julia. Thanks so much on the show man. I really appreciate it. Yeah without a doubt. Thank you for Avenue. If you like this podcast by me on social media at drum history please share rate league review and let me know topics that you would like to learn about the future until next time on learning. This is a Gwynne sound podcast..
"salazar" Discussed on Drum History
"And things like that. All of us are drummers. And we come in with with you know some of you know. A lot of US obviously have our innate taste in style and perspective on things about a lot of times. We sort of have to know that that needs to be curbed for the greater thought of what we're doing in. I always say this about the brand like this is led. We gives the People's brand you know and it's always been rat way even when even when the founders ran the company And we don't stray from that. You know we listened to our customer base. We listened to dealers artists educators. And the that we developed products for them at the end of the day. I'm not the one buying all of our stuff. I mean I got. I love banged drums. And they've got a ton of drums but you know might taste. Aren't going to be the same as somebody else's in my taste might not be as mainstream as some other things so you know we really leave it up to our our fans to to really steer the ship. It's not it's not about us on the inside. A lot of a lot of people think that well you know. It's the guys with with with with the ties and we don't wear ties so cook so let's kill that but but no yeah. I I really love this brand because our fan base in I still consider myself a fan of of this brand even diet worked for this but I was. I was a collector for years before coming here. But a lot of how we operate is based off of our fan base and we have a lot of loyal fans are very grateful for that because it really It just makes the whole essence of this operation that much richer in my opinion when he got people engaged in what you're doing in your taking ideas from people that really appreciate the brand in really appreciate what you do you know. People don't want us to come up with like the next whiz. Bang Technology They do want us to move forward and be contemporary. But they also don't want to forget about the past and I think we've done an extraordinary job of that even think that you know The chief did an extraordinary job of that when he was headed. The the operation throughout the late sixties seventies in the black beauty was proof of that. You know he brought back the drum that didn't exist in the catalog almost three decades but he saw the importance of it. He saw the cult following that sort of came to fruition from this drum over the decades of its absence and gave the customer what they wanted and the cool thing is. We're still doing that. Obviously you can still get black beauties now Which is awesome so and I agree with everything you just said. There's there's just there's my first real drum set was ludwig. It was like a Nine or ten piece rocker set Which was you know? I think I paid seven hundred bucks and I got that. And then a zillion like an a medium ride which I still have paren- new beats Which like I mean. Those two symbols alone are like worth. You know a close to that amount of money so and I recently read bought another Ludwig rocker set going down. Memory Lane and It just kind of sat in the corner so I traded it for the microphone. I'm using right now. It's kind of funny but Okay Yeah I I love Ludwig but now getting back on the timeline here. So that's the seventies Was it business as usual in the eighties? I mean things got kind of things. Got a little different in the eighties with all the electronics. And all that stuff But did Ludwig stay true. Yes so production. Obviously there's that we you know we face. Our shared town distraught. The eighties you know as you mentioned. Electric Trump's sort of came came to rise and also You know The import brand or the overseas company sort of gaining really good foothold in the marketplace. And things like that definitely challenged. Us manufacturing pretty significantly. But no less the seventy the the black from nineteen seventy six lasted to about nineteen eighty one and they did do it. Rations of this trump with the engrave. Styling as well But these were these mostly machine in grave so the sort of detail that we saw. Those early twenties drugs wasn't necessarily captured in the machine. Engraving attempts they definitely paid played off of the same design theme in elements with flowers. And things like that. But it just didn't have a lot of that that hand Scrolling that defined in the early twenties trump's but people still love that drum in You know obviously around this time. He think about the time. Period of Nineteen. Seventy seven through nineteen eighty. One is just think about all the countless like salad records that came out but also how how much music evolved at that point. You know you had so many more genres by it. Compared to like nineteen sixty five by the time he gets in nineteen seventy six. It's like holy smokes. Jazz has evolved to a whole new thing. Rock is a whole new thing. He got to sink called disco and Punk rock music to different world. Yeah music really took a took quite crazy term but no less even around that time you found the black beauty still still it having a pretty dominant presence in a lot of musical works from backed any of you think about talking to wolf. About what records do you know that the black beady was on any talks about Omar Keen on The David Bowie. Let's dance record in his. It's on quite a few songs on their. If not the lead single off that I know chopper heated clashes to super-sensitive black beauty. You know so you covered such a wide spectrum of music like Adan not to mention what whatever else was going up in that trump definitely found. Its way into a lot of a lot of the you know really historic studio sessions But I think by around this time. Even though that production window was was very short lived for the black beauty to like catapult. Amplify as you know. It's it's sort of clout as snacks level drum. They were just so much action happening in music than that. I think this trump got so heavily utilized that built up. Even though you know don't exist for you know another small number of years During that duration of it By then like I think that trump took off like a wildfire and and you know it didn't take too much time after that to reintroduce it again so so by I think it was nineteen eighty three eighty one that they stopped making that trump so they reissued it. You know not reassured the exact twenty one but they they. They re brought the concept of that trump back to the market nineteen. Seventy six lasted to nineteen eighty-one then by eighty one. Obviously the brand had to reconfigure its product fully things like that as it was trying to sell off to another corporation and luckily we got picked up by another musical entity which was the summer corporation and then point and that merge happened through years of nineteen eighty three in eighty four and that's when we moved operations from Chicago to Monroe North Carolina which is where we operate out of today and it also remembered that a lot of a lot of the manufacturing that went on was mostly done under. Ludwig roof as opposed to oem stuff with different vendors at that time. Ludwig was probably one of the biggest drum operations. One of the biggest product portfolios for drum set to exist in even percussive obviously owning muster and things like that and lead. We're doing tiffany But they they did almost everything. A lot of the metalwork. A lot of the casting for lugs That's awesome yeah it's rare. Yeah I I know that they outsource to a little bit of a metalwork to local suppliers. Coincidentally enough my uncle owned a factory. That did some metalwork for Ludwig Throughout late seventies and eighties. My cousin used to deliver their their their orders to the plant. Stuff it was it was awesome. Yeah so weird till I come across that you know. After I started working for Ludwig I told my uncle by tick. Oh Yeah count. I was like dude. Why didn't exactly? It's all these years like. He knew I was a drummer. So yeah and so by that Point Gino. They kind of have A. I would imagine you know when they sold that off the starting to focus on things that were the easiest to manufacturer that sold at the highest rate. You know obviously with with being a company like that that that's kind of how you prioritize you prioritize with your big movers and you prioritize with the things that you could be most efficiently than manufacturing In in I think that's that's the direction that they headed in. That would give them a little bit of time to to really evolve at that point too because now they kind of go back to the catalog a few new people come into the picture like Jim Catalano. He came in around that time. Who's a dear dear friend of ours? mentor and he's family without a doubt. But if you guys know about J. J. is is the right hand man to to The chief Ludwig the second He really brought him under his wing. Ed He was. He was the torchbearer for the lubbock brand And the catalyst behind this brand really continuing to exist Up until today without a doubt Anyway Jacob also a drummer so the great thing was that you know even though the company sort of changed ownership the keys were in the hands of a man who is just as passionate about drums and drumming as its founders. And he's an educator and he he's really drummer. He's he's he's the drummer that does everything tiffany player. Vibes player You name it. And he is a pro at all of it. So Yeah He. He's teaching at Notre Dame. Now he's doing awesome. He's the still very connected in in the music community as an educator and still You know is is Ludwig through and through Asia without a doubt but anyway so j being a drummer himself. I think started to obviously recognize an answer to the people because again. This is the people's brand and by nineteen eighty eight The drum makes a comeback. So it's just a short number of years that we seize production of this drum But the interesting thing about the era of drums from nineteen thousand nine hundred ninety one. The black Zan were offered in with two different types of alloys throughout the eighties. Ludwig consistently made metal drums out of bronze and aluminum. Those seem to be some some of the Moving metal drums for them through and through. So that's kind of what they did. They continue to offer throughout most pretty much all the eighties. And that would be like the ACURA light. And then I'm I'm assuming the supersonic would still be sold at that point right correct. Yeah acolytes super phonics than you had the bronze phonic that came out in the eighties. There was some standard snare drums. That they did that were like met. I think those were welded though but no less. They were still making those out of aluminum and down some. Yeah so. The browns finding came into existence and that headset. Such a very big following Allan White of yes was like one of the biggest faces for that Drum Salata the Stephanie Eighties from. Yes was was bronze from he actually still uses. That Syndrome fits if it works. It works exactly and I didn't. I didn't know it was like so much like like It in nineteen seventy six. It's back in nineteen eighty one and eighty eight to ninety one. It's like it's Kinda. Like just thinking the mcrib or something here. This shamrock say it's back. Yeah Santa's sack of snare drums. I love it exactly. Yeah so one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Yeah comes back again for another short period to nineteen ninety one and those drums. You find being a combination of by the bronze or brass and they're stamped underneath the butt plate. Busy if it's Lebron's model Anders Biard. It's a brass model. Those were offered in you know the different depths and sizes as well as a throw off combinations and there was a new style of of engraving on these now They didn't do so much..
Inside the US Soccer Equal Pay Fight
"Foudy is a soccer commentator for ESPN and was a member of the US women's national team from nineteen eighty seven to two thousand four. She also hosts a podcast laughter permitted so Julie. It's been a chaotic few days. I use the word chaotic relatively now for American soccer late last week the president of the US Soccer Federation. Carlos Cordeiro resigned. What was the chain of events that brought that about? We need a couple of days and a lot of wind for that. Actually I think we have that actually right now we do. It all started obviously with the lawsuit that the women filed last March for gender discrimination and then there was a brief that really triggered this avalanche. That was released last week. There central argument was women are inherently inferior to men to this from the US defense quote. The job of a men's national team player requires a higher level of skill based on speed and strength and does the job of a women's national team player. He response was immediate federation saying that Biological Sciences. The reason why men should make more money than the women. You've got to be kidding. Me Arrogance and ignorance here is outstanding. It's mind blowing. This woman are the best at what they do in the world in the world. How how can they be compensated? What then transpired was we were in the middle of our coverage of the she believes up which is an annual tournament that the women play and it was their last game of the tournament and my play by play. Guy Actually looks at me Sebastian. Salazar points to his phone and puts his finger up like hold on. I need to read. Something just been handed a statement from USF President Carlos Cordeiro and he proceeds to read this apology on air from Carlos. Cordeiro apologize for the offensive pain caused by language in this week's court filing which did not reflect the values of our federation or a tremendous admiration of our women's national team women's National Cordeiro saying I hadn't properly read the brief. I apologize for what's in there. We're firing our legal team and hiring late them and walk INS. I literally had to take about a five second pause and gather myself because my head was about to implode these players are getting deposed all the time they're being asked questions like you lose the fifteen year olds though right so you're inferior rights so you know this is happening. You have to know that the players are feeling it is well known was buying it and to give us the statement on air. I thought was a terrible idea for me to react to it. I don't get how you ever get to this position where you're okay with letting your legal team run all these depositions in that manner and making that that central tentpole of your arguments and the very next day. Carlos Cordeiro resigned as President Julia. Why do you think the backlash resulted so quickly in Cordero's resignation? I think the sponsors helped I think. They saw the reaction from some of their biggest partners. Coca Deloitte Volkswagen. The statements they put out. Were words like we're disgusted by this. We would never associate with an organization that thinks this way yet. We stand by the Women. If you're US soccer they feel like they're on the brink of something in in a very negative way and so they knew they had to do something quickly. Obviously this moment puts the players in a bit of a weird spot. Where in the midst of all this? They're playing event wearing the shield for us soccer's actively trying to undercut their standing as highly skilled athletes. How did they react honestly? Who was so proud of how they handled it. Us and Japan have on the world soccer's biggest stage and today they meet with the two thousand twenty. She believes title on the line. We've been given a heads up that they were gonNA wear their jerseys inside out. The warmup jerseys wrestler wearing their warm up uniforms inside out. We're told this is in response to the latest legal filings by the US federation. Usually they take that photo with just the starting eleven before you start a game. And you're in your jerseys. They kept their warm up jerseys on and they had the team stand in solidarity. They knew they had to play but they also wanted to be clear. Like this is not okay. We don't stand for what their argument they're making. They always have the. Us Women's national team proved their worth on the field. Three to one over Japan. They are she believes cup. Champions on air right after as we've seen all over social media her response was spot on like I want every little girl to know that you're not lesser than a boy
What could TE Austin Hooper bring to Packers offense?
"Was a report from. I think it was robbed a mosque. Who covers the Green Bay packers and he made you know at least the packers are aware that they need more pask actors? They reportedly planned to add two of them via free agency and the draft. And you can certainly get a bunch. But I'm not sure that the guy that he talked he said they're played into. Target Austin Hooper. I'm not sure that's what Aaron Rodgers really needs. I would rather see somebody more explosive. I don't know what you think about that but either released Jimmy Graham who's just Zaslov signing for them. I would note that Matlin. Flair was the Falcons quarterbacks coach when Austin who was a rookie in two thousand sixteen in Atlanta But Yeah I. I don't know I'm not sure awesome. Hooper is exactly what fixes. What's wrong with Green Bay right now? Which is clear. It's Green Bay at margin only feels comfortable throwing to Davante Adams. Yeah I think they're awesome. Hooper would be fine signing You give the packers a solid possession tight end just really reliable. Almost eighty percent career catch. Ray Can block enough from a dynasty standpoint. He would block J Sternberg who drafted in the third round. This past year in. I mean I really liked him coming at a at a Texas. A&m But you know. Yeah he he would be a big roadblock in the way of j Sternberg. I'm completely with you. Though in Syria I mean I. I think that they should sign two guys. I mean I think that Al Having Allen Lazard as your number two option. The passing game isn't good enough and I think that even if they signed someone like Austin Hooper. I think should go robby Anderson. You know I think that Robbie Anderson Opposite Davante Adams would give them Just a completely different dynamic in their passing game. I think that they need some any they I think they need an explosive field stretcher. And Yeah if I was. I would focus on a guy like Robin Anderson. I mean mark has vowed is scant laying in theory had the skill set to be that guy but he just did not take a second year. Yeah there were some reports from Our friend Matthew Berry had noted that era jittery like Salazar staff-related Allen. So I think they're going to add a wide receiver for sure. But for now I would consider Allen Lazard the front runner for the number two wide receiver job. Assuming they don't add anybody which then was certainly
"salazar" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"News talk as we continue Lorena Salazar responding and she's by the way is a candidate for Congress Florida's twenty seventh district front of the program escape Cuba with their family responding to these remarks the love of Bernie Sanders that he has for Cuba and the former Soviet Union who honeymoons there and Daniel Ortega etcetera I'm I don't know I mean look is leading the Democratic Party by a long shot what do you think well and that is what's scary because those people that are voting for him do not know what they are doing and that's the reason why people like you need to be denouncing because what he is promising it's a fraud it's a lie it's not true and it has been proven and you were asking me how come that people are voting well they're going a bit but even Bernie I go back to Bernie because that he's the conniving he's the evil one why because he knows what does really Regina grabbed on to their people but is the only way that you can through democratic means you can gain power and that is why PPL did it and that is what job is even more traffic he had to check all of that as well it was the richest country Latin America and they had the most a solid democracy in Latin America and what did you have a strong democratic socialism yeah we're gonna take care of the poor we're going to we're going to do great things for those that do not have the same opportunity and I'm not saying that capitalism is perfect now is not we have problems but we do not need structural changes we do not need a revolution we only need to tweak this economic model that we have which work and has produced the twentieth most prosperous and happiest countries in the world those that have a free market growth free economy free market system that's not what Bernie's promising and that is why it's so dangerous because western the president has seen an uptick in his polling with Hispanic Americans African Americans what do you attribute that to I attributed because the overwhelming majority of that among the Hispanics are the Mexicans who had never lived a socialist regime but if you go to the Cubans might my group of people if you go to the Nicaraguan they had Danielle Ortega you were saying it Daniel Ortega thank god for Ronald Reagan that he funded a group of law of rule people of best friends that were called the contract that was not created by by Reagan I was there I was a news reporter intentional America and I saw that they were trying to free themselves from the closet of socialism everything starts in Cuba Cuba P. they'll send the script to Danielle so he could its established communism and democratic socialism in Nicaragua S. thank god are the United States intervenes and we were able to free Nicaragua and the same thing with Travis right their job is to be best example challenges not Denmark less than a big government workers to really to work then bent as well it should be Switzerland and it's not and what Bernie is promising and what he is going to be electorate in Venezuela is not Denmark the problem is ignorance Sean it's a night because the majority of the millennials have not lived they did not live on of the Cold War they have never been to Cuba they don't even know where Nicaragua Venezuela is and that is the big problem and if you feel that you are you don't have the same opportunities but you don't have the health care that you deserve or maybe you didn't go to school the way you wanted to go but you don't have enough money the what he's promising fantastic the problem is that it's taking you into a dark alley the only way and the only economic model beyond economic model that will take those people that feel that they have not have the same opportunity to have that opportunity is Primark I'm gonna let you go here Maria Salazar if people want to get in touch with you I know you're running for Congress but you know you have so much to say and so much to offer how do they get in touch with you well you know I lifted I didn't read it I left it to my parents the only way that you can you can go to my website Maria Elvira Salazar dot com and yes I'm running for Congress and I need all the help I can get because I will be back very strong voice and I I listen to it less it's going to hurt you of my full support okay you've been an amazing voice for liberty truth and freedom and we appreciate all you do thank you for being with us eight hundred nine four one Sean toll free telephone number you want to be a part of the program we got to take a quick break when we come back we'll hit the phones next as we continue dot com eleven thirty AM because you deserve the truth and now here's an update on traffic was spelled six ninety four earlier accident at highway one twenty has been cleared still seeing delays on the northbound side of thirty five W. Kelly road de Bob Dylan a Twin Cities based talk A. M. eleven thirty.
"salazar" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte
"The bite is a new series here on Scifi talk in the Scifi Talk Archive podcast and so parenting an apocalypse. It's it's it's not the same way that we would do. It's either full interviews or a comment or question from past interviews time wise. It's about one to four minutes long on on an average probably when you when you live long enough all kinds of strange things happen. You're very right in saying that. The Greek heroes. Where the original superheroes in part because of the nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion Roseanne Salazar's in a new Amazon in series called Undone which is a uniquely animated series? kind of like what. They used to call rotor scoping now instead of doing a manly. It's all by computer. It is an and the first Disney films were were made that way they were filmed live action and then there were tweets because he didn't know how to animate that yet so it is is very much that that same it is that same style that Disney used in the very beginning only now we do have the technology that we have now house. So it's more Chris. It's more lifelike. It's more a rich. She compares her experience on on done to her role on Alita legal battle angel. Well it's interesting because I've done this before where I'm like. Oh that's but That was a more mutated version of me. This is this is just just simply me. This is like Everything is in the right proportion up there so I loved it. I loved doing things like that. Because I I like to disengage with my myself self my body my skeleton. I like to experience it from from the way you you experience it and I can because I have this sort of barrier. Although it's undeniably me I loved it when I saw it. I was extremely. It was extremely proud of it and they let me watch the first two episodes They gave me a link. which never have anyone link but But I watch it religiously over and over and over again I'm hypercritical I. I can find something wrong in heaven. You know. I'm I'm I can can always find something wrong. I'm so critical of my work extremely hard on myself but I could find nothing wrong with it and It it. I'm so proud of it. I'm probably the proudest of this. I've ever been of anything in my life because it it touches on a few key. She thinks you keep things that I dealt with in my own life. You know A mental illness The death of a father charged relationship with the mother. You Know Sibling Relationship Lover Relationship and questioning my own reality. My own spirituality so What did I feel when I watched the first time everything I cried? A Lot. Look for undone on Amazon prime.
Alberto Salazar appeals doping ban
"The U. S. anti doping agency found project director Alberto Salazar guilty last month of conducting experiments with supplements and testosterone that were bankrolled and supported by Nike Salazar has denied any involvement in doping or
Nike will look into runner Mary Cain's allegations of abuse
"News Nike says it's investigating after one of its former star track athletes claim she was verbally abused by a now suspended coach Nike's investigating allegations by Mary Cain that she suffered physical and mental abuse as a member of the now shuttered Oregon project Caney former middle distance runner telling The New York Times she felt pressured to become thinner and thinner when she was with the Nike running team claiming she was publicly shamed and former teammates for not making weight targets she broke five bones admits that pressure to drop weight also at one point having suicidal thoughts and result in the cutting yourself the Oregon project close up shop last month after coach Alberto Salazar was suspended for years by the U. S. anti doping agency for illegally possessing and trafficking testosterone nanopore tunnel
"salazar" Discussed on #SUNDAYCIVICS
"I just want minutes late all right I believe I told you about that but leaving bed stuy but I'm going to leave that alone this in the Salazar is going to be really they provide they were all things that you must do to start with this boy how can people represent you if they never hear from you you of course vote for people who may share your political values so you voted for them because there's this one issue that they promised to address but what happens after you elect them and what happens if you voted for someone else else and now you're represented by someone other than you cast a vote for whether you voted for them or not they now represent you so how do you begin build that relationship you can start by first requesting a meeting perhaps you're part of a Community Group of Block Association nonprofit or just scituate with an issue connecting with your elected officials in a face to face meeting is a great way to develop a relationship and influence the positions they take on the issues that are important to you so how do you request the meeting I you WanNa locate the schedulers email address on the legislators website or you can simply call the district office and asked what the process is to make an appointment I prefer to make the request in writing and in following up on assistant emails and follow up and make sure the scheduler and the people that you're speaking to in the office I know that you are a constituent the most effective and efficient way of securing an appointment is also to be very specific about why you want to meet if I were meeting with senator cells all off air for instance and in her office I would say the purpose of our meeting would be to introduce them I self as president of Brooklyn in double ACP identified that I'm a constituent and I wanna talk about the issues that the end of Lacey Pe- is working on now you need to do some preparation before you're going at mean June you can't just be walking up in there and just like a so are you doing a limited talk yeah you get your meetings scheduled and keep in mind this may be a while because depending on which elected official your meaning with it may be yeah well they may be in DC they may be at whatever your state capital is in a may be difficult to actually get it on the books but you then want to prepare if you who are part of a group you need to decide if you're going by yourself never recommend that you should go with a group and make sure that the people who are attending with you are properly prepared and make sure that if you're going to discuss the issue that you bring people with you who are actually directly affected by the issue you also want to do your research learn about the elected officials voting record whatever public statements they've made on the issue you're there to talk about or haven't need and you Wanna get familiar with the issues that they are championing even if it's not something that you are championing yourself then you WANNA develop your talking points so you can make your position clear and keep the meeting focused because you don't want to go off on tangents people ain't got time for that I got confident uh-huh definitely elected officials don't have time for that and then particularly this is important if it's a new issue you wanNA bring materials with you and things that you can we've behind with the elected representatives and their staff because tell you the truth the staff is who's GonNa actually do stuff unless you're in smaller areas where the elected official does all of the work themselves remember we were talking to someone Lascaux or a couple of shows go where he talked about he did all of his correspondence and all that stuff sometimes we forget those of us who were in major cities with millions of people that the normal state legislator laters are all there folks you know they represent small a smaller population in half to do all of those things on their own lastly you WanNa make your issues personal and local this is particularly important because elected officials prioritize issues that directly affect their constituents because they want to get elected again so they WANNA make sure the people that they will be held accountable for in terms of who would vote for them that they're handling their issues that's a good politician I should say or good elected official people concern about their lobbyists in their other folks you know there are those that exist to so I'll have more tips on how to build a relationship with those who represent you and you can get a handy guide that I put all of this information in for you I even have a sample email that you can send to get your meeting and all that kind of stuff all you have to do is go Sunday civics dot org and you can follow the instructions or tips on following up after your meeting as well and how to maintain the relationship so to continue this conversation about meeting folks and developing a relationship jewelry are still with me here and we are now bringing to the show my state Senator Julia.
"salazar" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Joaquin county DA Tory Salazar says restore justice seems to turn the criminal justice system into one of healing accountability rather than just punishment not every candidate will be admitted into this program there will be a filter if you will because we're going to need to have the permission and consent of the victim Salazar's as early results from the pilot launch show participants recidivism rates dropping from seventy five percent construction is underway on Sacramento's garden highway the road to be completely closed to traffic in each direction this month for extensive levee improvement construction drivers who use garden highway traveling under the I five overpass will need to take alternate routes until at least July twenty ninth the construction project headed by the US army corps of engineers aims to improve the flood reduction system for than a Thomas basin I'm Joe Michael's news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. now traffic and weather together good evening eight oh four I'm Bob Williams in the traffic center with a non injury crash eighty eastbound just west of the greenback lane ramp looks like the number three lane block with a two vehicle crash right now no help on the scene yet don't know if we have injuries involved all Darden expressway Ethan way a traffic hazard no details let's see if we have that cleared out fairly quickly also what being reported as a a bold acts of this the separatists in injury crash hallmark drive at Ethan way checking that out right now vehicle off the roadway into a pole looks like it's partially blocking the roadway as well watch for construction activity tonight couple spot starting out on the early side of things westbound eighty east append road to Sierra college Boulevard alternating lane closures for pavement were going on through six AM one weight control traffic east and westbound highway twelve Revista bridge north Front Street in Rio Vista the junction of highway one sixty it goes on to six AM trouble spot up ahead let us know about on the campy K. traffic tip line dial pound two fifty six traffic next update a thirty three traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Bob Williams news ninety three point one KFBK for a woman gets underway tomorrow tonight comfortable partly cloudy with a low fifty six the tomorrow you'll see sunshine and will reach eighty six little warmer than today but still nice mainly clear low sixty two tomorrow night.
"salazar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"On her Maria, Salazar dot com. I always talk about the ninety eight ninety nine percent of people that well, the now respecting laws our sovereignty and borders. But I do understand when you come from. And I've been down to the border fourteen times at this point. And I have met many of the people that are trying to cross in what they're seeing. I remember specifically being on the border of San Diego, and you know, one side of that border is a what looked like, you know, a garbage dump with wheels and garbage. And I'm looking at that side of the border, you could see right through when you see kids playing, you know, in something we would never want our kids to play in on the other side of the border, half million dollar quarter million dollar million dollar homes and on that side in shack. And that's exactly what most people. That section were living in and I'm looking over this section. I'm saying I want to be in that section. I understand the desire to make a better life for themselves and their family, and we don't have a problem with people coming in legally. Can't check them out. They age of radicalism in these gangs. In court tells we need to be able to vet every person show that that's exactly I F B I been worked in Paso and every day on ten I got to see Zach what you described on either side. So there's no issue with understanding somebody wants a better economic life. We get that we support that this is about Vigo versus legal. This is about making sure we're vetting every single person that come in this country for the safety and security of our citizens. What we have now shown that I've been trying to tell people this is actually the worst crisis along the southwest border. We've ever seen right now. Divorced complete open. We have we have adult and cartels that are that are supporting renting of kids. So that legal adults can come into this country right now our system is so over well, they're coming with fake documents. No documents at all. But because of a law when we vet them people need to understand. You grab a kid. You come here. We don't we. We lose it three hundred kids a week to heroin ninety percent of across that border Fenton all to that. And it's an unmitigated disaster for small towns and big cities in this country. All right. Stay right there Maria Salazar Mark Morgan with us wanna remind you, of course, the one person in your life. That's always there for you. Good times and bad pick you up when you down. Celebrate your success. That's always mom and mother's day. Now is what a little over week away. Don't wait to the last minute. You know, what think of all the good things that your mom is done for you in your life. Think what grandma has done for you in your life, even your mother-in-law. Maybe you sisters, maybe your own wife and raising your kids..
"salazar" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The way up because everybody knows you come here, you grab a kid. You're in free in the United States Open borders never heard from again, it's not gonna stop unless we fix our loss. You having been down at the border. We know that Mexican authorities the ministry of interior northeastern regional delegate as guy in Rica of oh, you know, he saying straight up that. Thirties of deported. Many MS thirteen gang members that they detected in the migrant caravans we have another big one yet coming again, and they have found them what they do is. They they mix into these migrant caravans headed towards the US, which means that if the caravans get through that means they get through have you seen that a lot out -solutely. And I'm just glad keeps hitting this is the one thing that's just so incredulous for me that American people aren't understanding because of a broken laws and system, we're we're looking at this year a million and because sixty five to seventy percent or going to be family units earned company minors that means Worthing allow in hundred and fifty thousand individuals the borders are wide open to those individual don't think there's a bad element in there, of course. And then Sean, let's not forget that's just what we see. Don't forget. There's a couple of hundred thousand easily there are legally entering that. We don't catch that. We don't see. And what do you think the makeup of those individuals are? The majority of those individuals are majority not good people. I don't understand what Americans don't understand what congress is missing. This isn't about legal immigration. This is about illegal immigration and protecting the citizens of this country to angel families. You mention how many more angel family have to be created how many more Americans, I don't I don't think anybody talks to them. But me, a maybe a couple of other people on FOX and the president because I don't ANSI Pelosi. I know the Democrats in other they literally scream about well child separation which the person that fixes Donald Trump right separation is temporary. And the ideas to get kids that are loan back with their parents. And now, nobody talked about the fact that Obama and the Bush administration's that let me go to Maria Salazar Maria, you you're Cuban-American, and you're a journalist and the narrative of you, listen. Into the media mob in America is that well if Republicans continue to Bill border barriers to stop the ninety percent of heroin, the human trafficking, gangs cartels, and and all the other crime associated with the border. If Americans do that and Republicans push that that this is going to be really bad for them politically with the Hispanic community. Do you buy that? I. And I think very much for giving me the opportunity to say to your audience. How embarrassed we are Hispanic America? Because what we're seeing is. Well. No, you don't need to be embarrassed about anything you'll you are in this country legally, you are part of our family. I don't care what people come from. Nobody cares about that. We're just asking that we have an opportunity to vet you and make sure that you're capable of taking care yourself. So it's not a burden on the American people. It's not like we're asking too much throw. Bayer laws respect our sovereignty and our borders. And that's the way my parents came in and hundreds of other millions of Nicaraguans and Salvadorians. But what I'm saying to you is that since I am Hispanic. I can explain to you, Sean that millions of Hispanics feel the same way I do. But then the problem with the Democrats that they're trying to project the Hispanic Americans are with the Dems that we are voting with them, and we agree with sanctuary cities. And a we agree with the caravan because we have to protect the central marriages that wanna come in legally. And I wanna tell you that is not true because you know. Miami. I'm surrounded by documented by legal people that are mowing the lawn picking the tomatoes, and I always stop an insanity. I asked him I wanted to tell me I'm gonna go to Fox News. And I'm gonna talk to Sean Hannity, and the people at FOX, and I wanted to tell me, Mr Guy mowing the lawn. Do you agree with the caravan, and they go we don't why because they feared the same fear that you're feeling their kids could be kidnapped could be killed by ams thirteen or they could be angel parents because the angel parents are not only Americans you have a lot of Hispanics that have lost their children at the hands. So people like people that that killed Kate timely. So we don't agree with what's happening. And that is one of my major frustration is the Nancy POS. The Democrats are trying to project themselves as saviors of the Hispanics. And they're not they have played political football with us. And right now, they're playing it again because they are not allowing President Trump and his administration to region agreement. Do you believe that the Democrats are looking at the long ball game here and for them? They think the majority of people that might be coming to America will be in need of government assistance, and therefore be more inclined to go with them Kratz in their promises that everything's going to be free in America. You think that's what they're thinking that that's back. And that's why I feel so frustrated because I want my people to understand and to read the game that they are trying to sell to us because by the same time, the Republicans need to understand that they have to smell the votes, and they have to approach is in a more. In more friendly matter and say, you'll Hispanics in the United States, you belong to the Republican party because we share the same values that are entrenched in the Republican party, self reliance paying taxes god-fearing law-abiding, leave me alone. I'd want to have anything to do with the government. I wanna raise my family, and I want to go to church. Those are the values of those people that are trying to come in that obviously they come up invis- way. But here. Yeah, Mark having been a former haven't been the former chief of border patrol under Obama now when he was president again, they they supported building a wall they supported funding the wall, they supported Dhaka this. Ported dreamers all of which the president offered as part of a deal when the government was shut down. My question to you is having served in that position under that president. And you're advocating pretty much the same principles that you did then. But from what I understand is. You're taking a lot of heat when you talk to people like me, and somehow you're being attacked is that true. Yeah. So, but that's okay. I when I decided to break, my violence, a new that was going to happen and said, first of all real, I just gotta say, Sean, Amen to to what you just said. We hear more we need to hear that perspective that hypocrisy on the other side is Romi. All right. Gotta take a quick break. We have the issue involving Venezuela. The uprising against Doro, and we'll tell you all about that on the other side with Maria Salazar Mark Morgan don't forget Hannity tonight nine eastern on the Fox News channel. Also, congressman chip ROY. We'll check in with us in our pollsters right now that creepy crazy uncle Joe's in what are the numbers? Look like, we'll check in with John and Jim McLaughlin. One of them will be late. I won't tell you which one. That's our news roundup. Our as we continue. And Nancy and their minions. Sean Hannity, the Sean Hannity show.
"salazar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"MC Donald's Salazar says the missing woman's husband Air Force Major. Andre McDonald is jailed on charges that he attempted to destroy evidence. Evidence indicating that he purchased several items that could be used to destroy a body like a shovel and two cans of gasoline. Salazar's says blood evidence has also been found inside the couple's far northside home and southeastern Alabama at least twenty three people were killed overnight. When a flurry of tornadoes slammed into Lee county, east among Gumri, his damage is significant I would put it in the category catastrophic based on the destruction of the homes. We say the sheriff says it's going to get a lot worse as the sun comes up, and they can resume the search for victims parts of at least two towns were flattened by the storms Republican rand Paul of Kentucky is joining. Opponents of President Trump's national emergency declaration at the southern border indicating there's enough Senate votes to reject it. The house is already voted down the action setting the stage for a presidential veto three. Other Republican senators have announced they'll vote. No, Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Thom Tillis, North Carolina. Paul makes it four and assuming that all forty seven Democrats and their independent allies go against Trump that we give opponents fifty one votes just past the majority needed. Congress is unlikely to have the votes to override a presidential veto after three days of congressional testimony last week, President Trump's former lawyer returns to Capitol Hill this week Michael Cohen ended three straight days of congressional testimony with a closed door secure setting session with the house intelligence committee questions were said to focus on a proposed Trump Tower Moscow project and WikiLeaks Cohen says they're still mortar discuss that will happen in another closed door session Wednesday. But it could be just the beginning. After last week's open. Hearing with the house oversight committee, chairman Elijah Cummings scented investigations across multiple congressional panels. President Trump sounded off on Twitter yesterday about his former lawyer Coen's testimony on Capitol Hill suggesting the blockbuster testimony by Cohen was a contributing factor to a breakdown in talks with North Korea. President Trump tweeted for the Democrats to interview an open hearings, a convicted liar and fraudster at the same time as the very important nuclear summit with North Korea is perhaps a new low in American politics and may have contributed to the walk never done. When a president is overseas. Shame all the case of a woman being denied re entry to the United States because of her affiliation with ISIS will get its first hearing in federal court today. A federal judge in DC holds a hearing today in a lawsuit brought by the father of Hoda Muthana a woman who left her family in Alabama to join ISIS as a bride. Mcdonagh wants to return to the US with her sixteen month old child. The Trump administration rules with Donna. Is not a US citizen despite being born on US soil to parents in the US working as foreign diplomats with Donna's father has since become a naturalized US citizen, while some agree with the administration that she should be barred from returning others. Argue Mathon us should return and face a trial one hundred mile an hour chase across sixteen four on the far north side early today. A deputy tried to stop a driver who was driving recklessly on sixteen. Oh, four near Bandera, e Florida and sped up sixteen forty Hebrew. When officers finally box two men, deputies found a gun in the car, and the driver who's in his thirties will face multiple charges and Austin a Bill that would dramatically change the state's drug laws goes up before legislative committee. It would eliminate the arrest jail time in criminal record associated with low level marijuana possession. Instead, it's a civil offence which carries a fine. Other facia Texans for responsible marijuana policy says this has a real shot at passing prohibition has failed. We're arresting tens of thousands. Thousands of people every year in the state and to no avail it doesn't reduce race of use of marijuana. The Bill that's up for debate today enjoys bipartisan support after getting caught three times the offender, then faces classy misdemeanor well, soft. Drink companies are finding themselves embroiled and tobacco. Style controversy. Joan Doniger, Bloomberg has today's and focus report our changing tastes away from sugar are driving soda makers changes both in packaging and variety. But now companies such as Coca Cola and Kerry, Dr Pepper are feeling a different push from activist investors worried about their use of sugar sugar is a big challenge her food and beverage companies Alex partners, managing director, David. Garfield. Investors are asking for reports on how companies address health risks Coca Cola. The latest to see that still. Garfield says sugar is not the new tobacco true that excessive amounts of sugar are associated with issues, but it's not a carcinogen in the same way. Says there's another issue too. They're still consumer demand for big soda when they have tried to move better for you. Or mutilation consumers have been the ones to push back..
"salazar" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"At empire. Online dot C. O M, how exciting should we guest? Yeah. Let's have a guest Rosa Salazar is the star of next week's blockbuster. Alita battle angel a movie many many years in the making it was going to be James Cameron film at one point Cameron's dabs are all over the singer producer underwriter book. Robert Rodriguez is the director, and it is a futuristic Sifi tail which Salazar plays title character. Alita a cyborg who is brought to life. But crystal waltz, but doesn't really know where she came from or why but turns out to be a deadly killing machine much like Helen much like hell, and so we sent it along our very own half human have robot killing machine Helen. O'hara to have a chat with her earlier on this week was she found Helen I haven't heard again, she was a fun fund. She when I told her, you know, I give our usual podcast spiel, which is you're free to curse you're free to go off tangent, do whatever. And and she visibly was pleased by that. And took full advantage is you'll hear excellent. Wow. Here's the potty mouth foul mouth disgrace of human being that is Rosa Salazar. Who is a delight who is a delight? Sorry. I misread that. I my notes are all over the place. She is a delight. Enjoy welcome to the podcast returned said by Rosa Salazar for alita battle angel which I keep going to call Butler Lalita because I've been writing about this film being in the process being made ever since I started in journalism. It's been a long time. Yes, it has. I'm so thankful for divine time. Yes. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. You would have been far too young sort of sixteen seventeen years to sweat when they talk about. A how it was going to be made decades ago when God thank God. It wasn't God for the technology. So when did you first hear about it? What was your first memory of it? Well, my agent Jason called me. And he said, hey, would you like to read for a role and James James Cameron Robert Rodriguez production, and I said absolutely not you're fired. No, I said those those two are doing their team teaming up. Yeah. Of course, I would love to and he said it's called alita battling Joel. And then I really I really needed to get in there..
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"More WNYC's, Alexandra Salazar Ali good morning. Hi, richard. Okay. This kind of easy listening elevator. Background music is everywhere. We know what it sounds like even though we don't really pay attention to it or identify it when his playing that's by design, right? Yes. So for most of the last century or so the idea of simple background music or music as it's commonly called after the company that pioneered the style was to make it as generic as possible. So yeah, that's by design since it. Started catching on around the nineteen thirties. Background music was actually composed and recorded specifically to serve as like a musical wallpaper. Yeah. Are classical music station. W q. X are actually did a great deep dive on muzak a few years ago. But I started thinking more about what music sounds like today. And it turns out that lots of businesses are wanting something a little more colorful, what do you mean by colorful? So a lot of companies want their music to create an experience not just fill the silence on the phone or on the elevator mood. Exactly. So muzak the company went bankrupt actually about ten years ago. But it was purchased by another marketing music company called mood media. Danny Turner mood media's senior vice president of creative programming says music is an opportunity to invest in self branding, picking great song disease picking the right songs requires a methodology. So now, it's up front. Yes, deliberate. And it's as part of the experience as any other touch points in that retail experience. So just think about it this way restaurants can cover up loud kitchen noise and set the tone, maybe some R&_B for romantic five or some classic rock for more casual feel clothing retailers might try for younger crowds with top forty pop while hospital while hospitals and doctors offices, go for more, soothing ambient or classical music, so is music, no longer and Bogue. Well, it's definitely around that music. We played earlier. It was actually from a press call with New York governor Andrew Cuomo just a few weeks ago. Governor exactly, but as background music shifts to the foreground, you might just start noticing your call hold music a little bit more and in two thousand nineteen just turns out. That's just good business. Right L one hundred Salazar. Thanks so much. Do we have more music?.