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Diplomatic Pouch

Scuba Shack Radio

08:13 min | 8 months ago

Diplomatic Pouch

"It's time for another installment of sea hunt. It still alive here on scuba shack radio. And this time. We're going back to season three episode thirty eight titled diplomatic pouch diplomatic pouch premiered on september twenty fourth nineteen sixty. Well in this episode. Mike is back in a latin american country named san miguel. His mission is to retrieve a diplomatic pouch from crashed american airplane. The show opens up with mike searching the wreck while his buddies on the surface appearing to be fishing as luck would have it. Mike find the pouch and starts to head to the surface. There's a great shot of the voight swim fins as he ascends but just as mike breaks the surface he's confronted with an armed boat of officials who are pointing their guns at him and asking him if he would be so good to come on board what to do. Quick thinking mike takes a fix on his position and drops the pouch. Who are these armed men. The guy in charge is colonel ramirez and he is the head of the coastal defense. He's cold and tough and goes over. Mike's gear with a fine toothcomb. Just then mike's friend. Paul alexander pulls up with their boat. He tells mikey sorry. That he drifted. The boat drifted off process that they are on vacation. And he's from dallas texas. Colonel ramirez tells them that they are not to dive on the downed airplane at an at the penalty by order of the dictator row. All as is that they will be immediately deported. They are welcome to fish. Just stay away from the airplane. So now paul and mike are on the bridget or boat and paul is upset about the diving when might tells him he found the pouch but he had to drop it. He says he took a position. And we'll be able to find it. But how will that be possible with the colonel watching pause. Got a plan. But mike wants to know i. Where did he get that phony. Southern accent well. Paul's plan involves dragging mike to a local cantina. The club kellyanne. Tae sign is flashing on and off as they enter once inside. They sit down in the bartender heads over the jukebox. A stereo phonic rockall roller and plays a record loudly before waiting on and paul. Something's the bartender nods and mike and pau get up and head for the back room. The ace of pulse leave is one of colonel ramirez. Deputy familiaux who calls the kernel. A pig who goes beyond the law familiar will fight with his fingertips to overthrow the hated dictator. The plane is to get. The plan is to get information from familiaux on whether the colonel is going to put a diver on the wrecked plane. Now the the scene shifts to mike and paul on the water and they're trying to get to the wreck but they're constantly being pursued by the coastal defense. Just then shots are fired from the defense boat. And they're colonel comes alongside and tells them that the penalty for diving on. The wreck is no longer deportation. It's death before they leave familiar hotels. Mike and paul that they are going to have another diver coming from the capital. Soon we now had back to the cantina. We're familiar comes in the bartender. Nods towards the back room in the room familiar hotels mike composite. The situation is desperate. what can they do. Mike knows he will be an underwater hitchhiker. But only familiar can drop a line over the side of the colonels boat you see. Mike can swim to the rack but he needs a ride back. Familiaux says it will be done. So now we have paul mike on their boat watching a coastal defence boat with its diver onboard and her headed out to the wreck plane. Mike tells paul if anything happens he needs to get out of there because he's too valuable. Paul reluctantly agrees as mike. Put the powder into his wetsuit top. Once the divers from the colonel Once the diver from the kernels boot jumps in. Mike is in the water swimming towards where he dropped the pouch. He sees the line. Familial has tossed over the side but now he needs to pop to the surface to get his bearings so he can find the diplomatic pouch just before the men on the boat turn towards mike. He slips beneath the surface a close call. Mike is now underwater searching and searching trying to find the pouch before the enemy divers season. Finally he spots the pouch intact and now he needs to get it out now. Here's where it gets a little strange. Mike is kneeling on the bottom looking at the patch. Trying to figure out and then like maybe how to open it or something. He's got a puzzled look on his face. His back is towards the plane wreck. As he's puzzling over the pouch the enemy divers spots him pulls out his knife and be lines towards mike as he tries to stab. Mike looks like the pouch gets in the way we are now witnessed to a classic underwater knife flight where mike wrestles do knife out of the bad guys hand takes out his own life and you guessed it cuts who's hose. The enemy divers forced to the surface and mike heads under the colonel's boat too high policies the diver surface in figures. There's a problem so he starts to head out. Mike is trying to figure out what to do with the diplomatic pouch when he decides to stick between his back and his doubles now. The colonel suspects that mike is with paul so he starts out in hot pursuit. Mike grabs the line and his underwater hitchhiking begins. The ride is challenging. You can see the strain on his double hose thins. Just as he's about to let go the boat slows down and pulls alongside. Paul familiar searches the boat and said no one is aboard. Paul says he just wants to go home as this is no place for a vacation. That colonel tells them to get out of his country. Once colonel leaves. Paul is despondent at the thought of losing mike just any. Here's mike call out. I think i heard him call pau. Alex i'm not sure. But as paul looks over the side mike tosses up the diplomatic pouch telling him. He forgot his laundry. Mike has yet again the day now. There wasn't any indication in credits as to where this episode was film. The plane wreck looked pretty authentic with the large propeller and debris. I wonder if this was. In the bahamas. So there you have it. Diplomatic pouch from season three of sea hunt.

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"san miguel" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman

We Travel There with Lee Huffman

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"san miguel" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman

"Much color and vibrance and so much life happening inside on that it really takes your breath away. Way describe it. It's almost like if you're walking in the desert and you're so thirsty and there's like this mirage appears out of nowhere you try great spy read. I was speaking of having moments and everything. Where's happy happy hour ago. The happiest happy hour so you can catch happy hour absolutely any rooftop in san miguel everywhere has a great rooftop generally if they have a restaurant they have access to a rooftop. I'd say if you find a spot that you like it's even worth enquiring if they have a rooftop that if you wanna go to one that is a tried and true favorite aside from keen say which i did already recommend from the the restaurant i would recommend la us with and they have beautiful views and an absolutely fantastic cocktail menu. Their take on margaritas are fantastic. They have about six to seven varieties and their view of the lower valley during sunset is is really really splendid. Sounds amazing that like having a nice drink with incredible views and and your your spouse next to you now one of the things. I always do whenever i travel is. I always check out the local. It's a little odd. Sometimes when i'm traveling internationally and they look at me little funny when i'm ordering pizza but what's the best way pepperoni pizza in san mateo. Okay so i would say to be honest if you're going for pepperoni pizza. You've gotta go to mama mia past three. This is an enormous tien restaurant right on the side of town but otherwise if you are looking to stay inside the city then i would recommend popping by the antigua threat. Loria ramona and that is right in the middle downtown. They have dine in. Take out really really good authentic pizza so you might be surprised because you're in mexico that you're getting such great italian food but san miguel like i said. Is this hodgepodge of people from all over the world and their pizza is quite good. So no one's going to give you a funny look for ordering well. That's that's a relief. We're at on i. Well i know that you travel quite extensively. And obviously you're traveling down the san miguel for your retreat and all the other different events that you do throughout the world. What's your best travel tip so my best travel it. I'll do one. That's location specific saw on its San miguel specific then. I'll do one. That's just in general. My best san. Miguel de sunday tip or california. Travelers tip is if you live in southern california. Be at los angeles orange county or san diego. It is often in your best interest to fly out of tijuana airport. If you're flying to latin. America flights from san diego airport can be two hundred and fifty dollars down to san miguel. And if i just crossed the border at the cbs border-crossing and fly out of tijuana. It's seventy dollars for the plate so my biggest thing is. I'm very much a preacher of if you can access a border check with. The flights are across the border. Now i know that the continental us has an enormous country. that doesn't work for most. So that's a very very specific tip. Otherwise might top travel tip. Is i hate to waste. Time by being jetlagged. So what i like to do is for me booking. My flight time is really really important. A flight time. That's gonna leave me in location in the morning so this is really important. I want to land in location in the morning and it doesn't matter if i've slept on the flight if i haven't i let all that go 'cause i kinda put that pressure in my head you know you've got a seat on the floor. You're ready to go tomorrow. Does it matter if i show up exhausted. I make it through that day until nine o'clock and then i'm able to close my eyes so i go maybe design me mode a little bit instead of wasting a couple of days being jetlagged. I forced myself to stay up when i arrive in the morning. Go to bed at the normal time and eight hours later. There you go you. I think that's great. Because i normally stay up late but even if you arrive there early maybe even if you go to bed like at seven or eight o'clock at night instead of normally a ten or eleven you still like you said got the experience of that full day instead of wasting being being tired or you're getting to your hotel in the morning and then sleeping until the afternoon. Your clock is all sorts of messed up exactly and then seeing if you have any other travel doer. if you're coming from a long distance and it's a big time change you don't wanna waste time being jetlag door napping in the middle of the day when he'd rather be seeing things so my my recommendation would be to definitely try to fly in in the morning. We're totally agree. Thank you so much for those awesome tips of s. Really appreciate that. Tell the audience who you are what you do. Then tesla about retreat. That's coming up. Yeah absolutely so. I'm the co founder of beyond the nest and we are a travel company that's built for the post covert world myself and my co founder. Mary ceo we're across generational. So i make up. The younger end and mary is my senior. She and i put together really fantastic growth in wellness retreats around the world that are always community based so we have a community of about ten to twelve on every retreat. We focus on one growth or wellness theme on that could be flying the coop or making extra space for yourself are taking your remote life to the next step. And then we incorporate that into relief. Fantastic five star travel experiences so in san miguel de yesterday were staying at asean basilone which is inadequate. O.'neil go. it's a nine bedroom. Thirteen bathroom property on two acres with a helipad a glass jam of rooftop that opens so in terms of being post pandemic company were ready for a fully socially distant luxury trip in september afterward were headed to the greek isles will be on parl spending two weeks there and these are again retreats one week and so we have two weeks back to back you can sign up for both or you can sign up for just one of the themes that might appeal to you most and then in october november we're actually going to malta and the sister island of gozo so we have a lot lined up for this year Income twenty twenty two. We're going to start expanding into tours so it won't just be one location. Retreats with a wellness grow theme. You'll be on a tour moving throughout the region with that same growth theme in that community. Mind though sounds like amazing events. And we'll definitely linked linked to them in the show notes that way no matter when you listen to this episode. You'll be able to see what the what the next events are and be able to sign up for them beautiful. Thank you moving us. I really appreciate you coming on the show in sharing all these amazing tips. San miguel sounds like a wonderful place and definitely place that i should go and explore. Maybe even bring my kids in my wife as well so chanting yes get their thanks again for sharing all these tips and we look forward to seeing when we travel there. Yeah thank you so much for having me. It was a pleasure chatting. What a phone conversation with vanessa. Senegal sounds like an amazing destination. 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"san miguel" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman

We Travel There with Lee Huffman

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"san miguel" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman

"A big hot spot for wellness. Let's let's go to know and my wife would love to get a massage down there so you mentioned climbing up in hills and explained around and everything else like that you got to be working up quite the appetite where some of your favorite restaurants that we should have over there indefinitely. So my favorite spot. It's a little hidden cafe. That's between two doorways. But it will come up in google. So it's called inside cafe. They create a mixture of gosh new zealand lebanese and mexican food which sounds like a a mouthful but they create the best grilled cheese sandwiches. So they say. It's the best grilled cheese in the world. And i would have to agree. Build with really fantastic farm-to-table fresh food so inside cafe get there. They also have the best coffee. The best law taste if you're looking for a cocktail during happy hour. San miguel is renowned for the fantastic rooftop. Cocktail bars that they have now. The reason that it's all on the rooftop is that every cocktail bar fights for the most spectacular view of both the church as well as the valley So it's really kind of fun to pop over from one to another and get a different perspective on the city and enjoy a different drink in each spot. When that i would definitely recommend is called. King say and that's above the the restaurant eighteen twenty six which is the which is the rosewood hotels restaurant and they have absolutely splendid drinks and unbeatable view when you mention the inside cafe as far as new zealand and lebanese and mexican food like that fusion. Threw me off there when you said that the cheese that was not the food i would have expected from the combination of all those different cultures and flavors and everything i know i know it sounds like a lot but it's really really good food. It's just good and uses all local ingredients and just has a really really fun. Twist to it all sorts of great place to meet up with other pats rather travelers. If you are looking for a recommendation on what to do that day and thing if we're getting ready to you mentioned exploring and you pretty much have the plan to be away from your hotel. The entire day if you starting at the top of the hill and going all the way down to the bottom vice versa. Where would we go for breakfast in the morning before we kind of had out an star day. His a great question so a lot of the hotels do have their own breakfast included. Either there or at another restaurant now for breakfast. I go to. I went to inside cafe for breakfast. They have great waffles and french toast. And everything like that. If not i would recommend any number of the main restaurants right around the square. But i would really recommend opting for the l'aquila's so the city does a fantastic version of Which are called bundy asia. Which just means that they have a green sauce. They have the white cookie hutches and then they have a red sauce on top If you're not familiar luckily definitely tried to order some. They are great. My wife loves those. She's hispanic actually heard her dad's from mexico so she loves the g-l-a-c delays great now. Maybe you're you're out and there's a little bit of a hot afternoon or maybe just want a little bit of something that satisfy your sweet tooth where we go for something sweet like do eat charles a ice cream mexican a lotta times. They like these really amazing ice creams with real fruit inside and everything else. Yeah you're definitely right. They have plenty of ice cream in plenty of gelato. If that's what you're looking for. But i would really recommend as atro- they are famous for their stuffed to rose in fact one of the top places to get a chill in the world. It's a world famous stuff truro from san augustine. They stopped them with sweetened condensed milk. They stopped them with new. Tell out where peanut butter or strawberry cream depending on your preference. It's a really really fantastic and unique delight. If you're looking for something drinkable they have an unbeatable. Chocolate sounds like very decadent pretty amazing. I'm just so amazed. I've learned so much about semi go. They day but now it's time for the final countdown. Vanessa's if somebody only had time for one meal when they visited where should they go to the so. I would say if you have time for one meal go and hit dinner at the restaurant or The king say rooftop people's offer similar menus. They offer an asian mexican next. That is absolutely out of this world and their view is not to be beat so you get everything all in ones. What's your meal there so for dinner at the restaurant. I would definitely recommend checking out to their newer dishes for now. They have pork and shrimp pot stickers which are absolutely fantastic. They use a ginger dipping sauce. So that is more along the lines of the asian side of their meals as well as a ricardo. Cover telly now. This is a pasta so this is along the italian side. And i will say. They're a lot of italian influenced restaurants. But they're ricardo cover coveted at the restaurant. San miguel is fantastic. They use a roasted balsamic mushrooms and a local parmesan cheese for the topping. So the cheeses here are really excellent as well while you're a cheese. My mouth is just imagining all so. I know you've been down the san miguel numerous times when will stories from being there one of the most memorable things that i had in san miguel was. I was visiting homes for a project. I was scouting homes and we came to a toko which is the place and we were starving. I'm referring to my boyfriend. And i was helping me scout and we were starving and someone this dusty streets in miles. You look in either direction. Don't see much so we said to spot for lunch anywhere nearby. Not expecting too much but right up the block. That was an absolutely fantastic spot. Called mama mia campus. And this is an italian outdoor restaurant that his farm-to-table it's exquisitely set up with beauty fall twinkling lights in the trees and swings that you can sit by the tables. They have an outdoor gym lotteria again. Also making joe lotto and onsite brewery. That's actually one of the only ones in the area. So booming came upon that. I was just very surprised. I mean here are sitting one hundred people in this enormous expansive restaurant outdoors all enjoying the ambiance and the live music but from a block away. You would had no idea that so. Many people were sat so close to you. It really was a hidden gem. And i think it kind of speaks to san miguel in general. Is that when you're down the streets you're going to see a lot of walls on either side and and that makes sense. The city has walls but once you walk inside the doors there's so.

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"san miguel" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman

We Travel There with Lee Huffman

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"san miguel" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman

"Shared shuttle service. There's one such service called beheco go shuttles. They'll meet you at the airport. You put in your details online. And then they're there with a sign waiting for you and we'll take you right to your hotel or your airbnb. Once you're in the city. I would recommend just using uber. Conversely taxis i've found to be very reliable and very honest and very good with working with foreigners. Let's could your different horror stories right where there's obviously a sometimes a language barrier Sometimes you just you don't really know much about and people get a little scared if they don't really know what to do or how to get around and or they just they just have that metro fear and unfortunately they have that. But it's good to know that the taxis are good or something that people are familiar with with uber is a good way to get around is a walkable to is the city pretty small. So yeah it's a very walkable town. I would say it's probably a mile and a half or two miles by two miles in a square about that big But it is set on a hillside. You can start your adventure or engine adventure at the bottom of the but remember get back up so this is totally calm and something i absolutely recommend is opt for a hotel. That's a little bit higher up on the hill. The pedrick goal is fantastic. Hotel that i stayed at just recently and it sits almost at the top of one of the hills and san miguel for one. The view is absolutely fantastic and then for two anytime i wanna set out and enjoy the city go shopping Look at museums. Get in touch with artisans. It's all downhill walk. So the rest of my day is all downhill or flat. And then to be honest when i'm done with the day if i don't feel like climbing back up the hill i'll just call a quick uber or taxi. Sounds like a perfect way to do it but talk about like you mentioned the the pentagon all worshiped we stay is certain areas of town where we maybe we avoid or certain like everything's safe at the great question from what i've explored. Everything is absolutely safe. There are definitely different levels of luxury depending on what you're looking for and during my travels i definitely opt for different levels of luxury depending on the purpose of my trip the most well renowned hotels in the area in the most Luxurious would definitely do the rosewood. That is one of the most famous hotels in the area and something that's indigo is known for a huge property that also encompasses on what's called the restaurant. That's the name of their restaurants. Is the restaurant So staying at the rosewood is a great option. Otherwise the petra goal is a hotel that for me was fantastic. The shower was so gorgeous with the skylight. That i had to take a picture of it and the stay was only one hundred fifty a night But then for my first visit. I was there on a scouting trip. I decided to just get an airbnb really. Save on costs. I did stay in a less touristed part of town. But i felt very safe. I a great communication with the host. And i did not feel unsafe at all and i did arrive after midnight on my first visit. Let's go to know. Because i know like we normally stay in hotels especially miles and points with hells that. We can stay a or something like that that we we don't pay cash for stays but i know some families are or maybe people to travel with multiple friends and like they have more people than what a normal hotel fits they want. I can airbnb or maybe they just wanna kitchen to be able to save a bit money on food and things like that so it's good to know that some of the airbnb are also a good option there as well. Oh yeah and the airbnb. And the home rentals. If you want to opt for a home rental are just out of this world. I've toured some of the most fantastic homes and senegal while doing my own scouting their architecture and interior design are absolutely out of this world. Like i mentioned do have a pretty standard form for architecture and that includes is this beautiful vaulted ceiling made out of brick with a fantastic skylight at the top. It's very common in these homes so you can opt for any amount of luxury that you want in a homestay and you can get as big as you wanna get but some of the hotels do run really fantastic deal soy understand opting for the hotel as well as it's good to have both of those options and so i get mentioned a lot of times. I traveled with points and some of them were a major brand names. Do they have any of those there. Yeah so if you're looking for a bigger brand hotel then i would definitely recommend casa no-name which is an ice g property there's also the marriott which has a view boutique hotel that's about four miles out of town but it really is spectacular. If you're looking for something a little bit quieter and much more boutique and then also the tapestry hotel is something that we're really excited about. That's coming soon here late. Twenty twenty one by hilton frontier six so a lot of choices. Let's talk about like when we're in town. What are some things that we would do. We're when we're visiting some ago. The so most people think if you wake up and you have absolutely nothing in your mind of what to do you wake up and you see some of the cathedrals in the churches and i think that that is a pretty strong draw so people tend to head straight for these central squares there a couple in san diego but the biggest one surrounds actually the parochial do san miguel arc on hill and this is a fantastic huge parish. Church that is characterized by this gorgeous lake. Pink stone and water called wedding cake towers so these soar over the town. It's about a ten story building height. If you can imagine it really is the home in the heart of san miguel so situated all around that are fantastic artisans. Great little shops restaurants. The art is out of this world as the jewelry and the clothing design so once you kind of hop around the square and enjoyed that and you have a great lunch. I would recommend walking over to the art district so over in the art area on the side of town you'll find both the artisan market which blew me out of this world. It is in four parts. it's all completely local. Artisan made craftware and it spans four different huge covered blocks that are separated by stairs. It's a really really enchanting. Walk as you go. You walk through different styles of art and different decorations. That people here in guanajuato an san. Miguel de leon. Day hold very close to their heart. Otherwise there's an entire area of galleries that are called the fabric loda and those have many different artists galleries all again local artists that you can pop into and pop out of it will. That area also has a restaurant and gillette maria so you can spend some time hanging out over in that area. At that point you'll be kind of low in town so you'll be at the lower parts. If you want to make your way back up the hill i would recommend visiting the nearer. Which is a great place to stop and take a view over the city. But if you wanna stay down at the base of the city and continue exploring. I'd recommend hopping out of town. Actually i'd recommend going just a little bit north and heading to some of the fantastic hot springs that are right next to atone yoko and also i would recommend checking out at towards on jago itself so although it is a very small village it is home to the church that really really draws people from all over the world and which gives san miguel the unesco world heritage site recognition that. It's known for a while. It sounds like such an amazing day being able to explore everything and seeing the local artwork and the local culture. And i think also like just the hot springs being able to relax and chill and just enjoy yourself because sometimes normal life back here in america wherever you're from getting stuck in that hustle and bustle right and very few times where you just like. Okay let me just sit and relax and enjoy myself in this. These warm waters. Yeah absolutely and sanfer builds a great place to treat yourself to. I mean there's spas left and right. Masseuses are fantastic. They can be brought to you. Also the wellness activities yoga and meditation. It's.

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"san miguel" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman

We Travel There with Lee Huffman

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"san miguel" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman

"As a welcome to the show. Hi there thanks so much for having me right on so today. We're talking about a day. And i've heard of this sound but i i really don't know much about it. We've done a couple episodes nearby guanajuato and everything else and so this area just really fascinates me so. I was really excited when you reached out to talk about the city absolutely to sunday actually in the state of guanajuato so it sits right there nestled in the very center of the country about two and a half hours north of of mexico city on. So what's your connection to ago. So san miguel is a place that is well known in a lot of travel circles. It has a huge ex community. Interestingly enough and so there are a lot of people that will opt to summer. Down in san miguel or a lot of people that make Trips down there. So i have a friend who visit san miguel regularly and has a lot of her own friends down there ex-pats and when she invited me for my first time. It was really evident what it is. It's drawing everyone down there. I'm sure that the weather is phenomenal. Like talk about. We had the other episode on guanajuato and the way they described it. It was just amazing all year round. So is that. Been your experience when you visit. Yeah definitely i would say that it really does have like an eternal springtime feel to it and although it might hot out when you're on the cobblestone streets in your walking and you can feel the sun on your back once you step into a home or a building. They're designed in such a way so that the heat really is kept out in. You're left with a very comfortable livable. Air inside it's also like free flowing. It's very nice the so smart Love when they kind of incorporate designs like that where it has extra function to yeah absolutely and then it just creates this effect of every time you walk into a building or house it opens up into the central courtyard that's just so unique and vibrant and beautiful and it's really the center of life for that householder for that neighborhood when we think about visiting miguel. What time of year should we plan our visit like. You said the weather's pretty much a the eternal spring throughout the year. But i'm sure there's certain festivals or different events. Obviously we're going to talk a little about your event. That's going on this summer. What are some of the attractions. People should plan on attending the visit. Go yeah definitely so. There are things that happen every single day fan. Miguel that are are really unmissable. I would say the number one thing that you should plan on doing setting some time aside to walk the cobblestone streets with absolutely nowhere in mind. Just have a camera and an open mind. Make sure stick to the side of the road but enjoy just the painting. All of the buildings are painted in similar colours enjoyed. The vibrancy enjoyed the architecture. But if you're looking for events summertime is really. When san miguel does come to life at its fullest so in july on the third sunday of july they have one of the biggest festivals and this is more of a regional festival it incorporates also at total neil goal which is a small town of village if you will. That's about seven miles north east of san miguel de yesterday so the third sunday in july. They have the feast of i on yoko where people visit from all over mexico to visit what is referred to as the sistine chapel of the americas. This is really just the cathedral of eitan. Yoko but people come from all over the country a lot of concerto dancers so they have these huge plumed headdresses. They dance thurs fireworks. It's also an opportunity when you get to meet food vendors from all over the area offering unique delights like charlie rose and handmade tacos as well as you get to see the vendors and artisans that would come from all over the area to take part in this religious festival but sounds amazing firstly anything they includes tacos and charles therefore but beyond that just being able to see an experienced those. Those local traditions is something that's like a memory that will keep with you forever And san miguel is also home to. I don't know if you're familiar with this tradition in a lot of mexican culture but they create these very large paper mcshea heads and bodies that people often put on top of themselves or terry along in a parade. Have you seen those. You've seen that. I think different. Tv shows or movies yes so there are a lot of people. San miguel that actually follow the traditional art form of making those those huge headdresses or those huge body outfits and during the festivals they come out in full force so it is absolutely a site worth seeing. I mean some of these are eight nine ten feet high bright paper shea and with a really meant to do is just increase the vibrancy the one thing that can say about san miguel is the you are. You're not going to run out of color and vibrancy in any corner you have. I'm just things popping out everywhere else. Fantastic or there any other festivals or events that happened throughout the year. you recommend. Yeah definitely so. If you're looking to come in may which is a really nice month of the year to visit. I would also recommend may third. They have The da santa cruz which is a catholic tradition. Holiday the dea. They santa cruz really special. Because this is an opportunity where you take workers in construction or homebuilding or people that work hard for the city every day and the community celebrates them. So what you're meant to do is you're meant to put on a party. Bring tamales beer and put on a good time for the people that work in your community to create san miguel. Which i think is just something absolutely fantastic celebration of the people that really put in the hard work. I mean had something that you don't see everywhere. That's so awesome. Because i think one of those people are generally like the unsung heroes right. They're the ones that make the city work absolutely function properly and like if you let them say they go unappreciated. And so. that's awesome. Have data to make sure that they stand out and get their proper do yeah. It's really beautiful in that way. It's very very much a community. The city is filled with non-governmental organizations and nonprofits that are led by both locals to san miguel as well as transplants. An ex pats. And they do everything from botanical gardening to making sure that they're reading programs for people in need to sustainable agriculture. And everything in between so. It's a place where you really do. Feel a beautiful connection between the people that are making the city work and the people that are coming in a lot of times from elsewhere but also providing a lot of value and not just not just sucking up community resources but really getting back in return so the sickest that back if you don't mind like you mentioned the semi of the day is about two and a half hours north of mexico city. How do we actually get to there. Do we fly to mexico city or are there other airports that are close by so yes you can fly into mexico city. It's not the closest airport but for a lot of international travelers from europe. It will end up being the most cost effective. Otherwise if you're coming from the us there are two other airports. there's leone which is in guanajuato. There's also kick that'll airport. Which is about an hour from san miguel. So though no airports are to to close you can get there without an hour. Long ride in shuttle services are very prominent throughout the city. So you can share that shuttle ride in from either leone tick. It'll similarly with mexico city but that would require a slightly longer drive but it's not undoable. Sure that's what i was going to ask like. Okay so say we fly into one of these airports. What's the best way to get to the city and to get around. Do we just do rent a car. Do we take a shuttle like you mentioned. Do you take a taxi. What's the best way to get from the airport to the city and then once we get there doing a car or.

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Guanajuato And Quertaro

Travel with Rick Steves

03:40 min | 1 year ago

Guanajuato And Quertaro

"Moon guidebook author. Julia joins us now in an interview. We recorded prior to the kobe outbreak. One reason i haven't explored mexico as much as i'd like to. Maybe because i have a hard time pronouncing the pounds. But i think three towns near mexico city that really are like household words for anybody who loves exploring. Mexico are what those three towns. There's semi i n de guanajuato and kenneth at all and you could rent a car and being these towns. What a couple of hours. Yeah it's probably about two and a half to three hours to cut it that. Oh that's the closest san miguel. You're looking at probably about four hours to get there from mexico. City you can hop in a bus doesn't really nice comfortable bus lines or you could rent a car to. Would you do it. If you're flying into mexico city to get to these towns you know. I would take the bus. There are actually buses that come right out of the airport in mexico city to get at that oh and for their. It's you know striking distance to san miguel. So it's it's pretty easy to get around by bus. There's lots of great bus lines. They make it convenient so julie just so we can kind of get our bearings. Give me a quick thumbnail. Sketch of the three towns. Well going to what those starting with. That is a university town with a beautiful colonial central. San miguel day in day is a very laid-back. Small town that also has a very rich history and at the is a medium sized city where you'll get a mix of a lot of different things some business and a beautiful centro also plays really worth visiting julia. If you had to do your sightseeing before you started your actual bake ation. We'll be on your list. What are the top two or three things you gotta see in this town. Well i would start by wandering around the plazas and looking at all of the churches and baroque mansions throughout the central. One place worth visiting. Is the candidate that oh art museum. It's housed in an augustinian convent from the seventeenth century. So the building itself makes it worth a visit but they also have very interesting contemporary work by mexican artists other local artists. So i would definitely put that on my list in between to the market. The makoto crews would you find Artisanal things that come in from the countryside is at a farmers market. What would you be wondering through there. It's mostly a food marquette. And i really recommend visiting it because it gives you a very unique opportunity to wander through a really big bustling city market that again is not touristy at all so you're really getting a glimpse in mexican culture but you're not You know there's other people with their cameras out you feel like you're really getting an authentic experience there but it's also very clean and friendly and easy to navigate. It's not as overwhelming some of the big markets in mexico city say but it has a very similar atmosphere so i think it's a really cool place. I love visiting that. I mean in get at the dell in when you're there wandering through that market and just a little bit hungry. What are some of the regional. Specialties you look forward to trying well. One thing that is very typical of kenneth at o. Are gore dita's which is a big round. Corn cake flattened by hand. And then it's cooked on a griddle and it's usually stuffed with something like pork or she's no prickly pear cactus which is very popular to eat in whole area because the grow everywhere negro really the cactus pear do you call it Yeah and it's called the in mexico tuna. Yes and when you see tune on the menu. It's does not. Tuna fish actually refers to prickly pear fruit. Which is very popular especially in this region because these Cactuses grow everywhere. Wild

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"san miguel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"san miguel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"High Well, I don't know exactly what you are. But I can't say that I could find in the morning. Kind of. I spent some time in the morning. Scanning what we call the news, as in global news, especially looking at Open 19 prevention and trying to see how Italy how Sweden has great Britain. And as you can imagine, it is a brigand grab bag. I mean, look at Brazil. I mean, we could want in on and you do have to ask out of about 200 countries. They all are in totally different places, and some of them seem to have it together and some of them absolutely do not. I have a lot of confidence. In New Mexico and I'll tell you why I do. I think it is because we are small is because we know one another better, and I believe that we are good at mobilizing on a local level, and you know, we that's part of our job. We're doing that all the time. We're connecting people and I went with anything Medical Richard. I often go back to our 100% community guru in San Miguel County that probes to the medical director there. Of L Central clinics, and he he really has been in the forefront. He was at the forefront of getting testing sites up and running in northern New Mexico, and I know he's working really hard now to kind of get it all laid out and then to provide direction, so I I believe with more people like Matt. I think the state can pull it together and a year from now. Hopefully we're all celebrating. Celebrating and really healthy. That would be wonderful. All right. Once again, Dr Courtney, the best website for people to learn people to get the books people to contact you. Hannah, age eight dot or GCI. I GHT on a like a little girl's name. And then, eh? All right. Thank you. Both. Where Mass day Well, okay. All right. Thank you, Theo 30 minutes after three o'clock, so once a week for about the last year, we've been talking with Dr Wendy Johnson. Medical Director Love Emily Medical Center about Cove in 19. We'll.

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Man Found Dead In Dallas Apartment Unit That Caught Fire

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Man Found Dead In Dallas Apartment Unit That Caught Fire

"And earlier this evening, just after five o'clock, the Dallas fire rescue units responded to a blaze at the San Miguel apartments near the intersection of North Fitch. You and Ross Avenue. When they got there, they found smoke and fire coming from the unit on the second floor. They put it out about half an hour and then found a man in a hallway. He was pronounced dead at the scene

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"san miguel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"san miguel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"We can help you do it, but we do need a champion to come forward. We do indeed, we've been talking about this. Is that as I mentioned for five or six years, um and you know it took me a while to understand exactly what we're talking about. On it has been growing. Um and other counties have picked up the ideas of Los Cruces, Dona Ana County to Carl County, San Miguel County. Two houses picked it up, and there are people in those communities. Who are like champions. They won't understand they want to. They want to bring other people into the conversation and ultimately to provides a solution so that so that the community can thrive and those people in the community Whether they're in the McMansion or not. Um, can have the services find the services they need Get to those services they need and understand. You know what it's gonna take. So, um, let's start with a community that I don't know is fairly new to the To your I guess full. Dr Courtney's is that towels County Yes, they're still very, very new we've been working with tells Pueblo for about a year now and they've implemented are 100% Community survey gotten the results and realized that they were looking at the results, which show Access to the services, so they actually asked their community members have you ever needed behavioral healthcare, For example, if so, were you able to access it? And if you weren't able to access that, why not? So we did that for all of the 10 sectors..

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US Open Day 14 - Thiem at last; Zverev devastated

The Tennis Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

US Open Day 14 - Thiem at last; Zverev devastated

"I'M ALMOST THERE CAN BE A. A third I've just called the name of mine wrong. What was it called ready What's his real name? I'm on my second bid David. Leads you've just opened third Tonia. Catherine. It's an Aq-. It's an Eq-. Right okay. So. Yeah. I'm drinking San Miguel apparently others call semi Guel. Not to worry about three of them. We've just watched the men's singles final. It is the sort of final that makes me feel like I've had about five days. Even if I haven't because it's. A meandering delirious. I don't really know how to sum it up. It was just but. Yeah I'm slightly worried that the match is just a big blur in my mind and I'm going to struggle to talk about what actually happened. I can remember very strongly the feeling of it happening and how I felt watching it. I think that will be etched into my mind forever because it was one of those matches by the end I was just so an egg tense for both players A. But trying to rationalize what happened might be quite a difficult task I think. Is a bit light last year's final when ref on the Dow lead two sets to love and a break. And that looked over and then suddenly it was in a fifth set is it bit lineup? No. I didn't think. It was follow quality I would say. I thought I thought. was really good like the whole time. This one was patchy. But the idea of it being not that interesting because looking like going to be a straight sets win. And then suddenly you don't want the match to end and you wanted to go on forever in that sense, it was similar. But I don't think quality-wise or. Sort of the reasons for why ended up being such a dramatic match were that similar tall I also think that Medvedev's comeback last year was completely unexpected I think again somebody like. Nidal or not somebody like against Nidal, if love down in your first Grand Slam final. Very few people are predicting away back I think even at sets breakdown today. People will. I think most people watching. Were waiting dominate team to wake up and. Waiting for something that felt like, surely, it has to happen surely at some stage today even if it's only. A small research and see and I am a break back pushing the set to a tiebreak. Winning a set. People were waiting to see the real. Dominic team. It felt. It felt like only a matter of time whether he could get it together. In time. Before it was either. But for me, that was quite crucial difference in how this one felt. Lost felt I will remember this match I think in the long run for the final set and for the final set tiebreak but. You can't have that without the other stuff that comes before just two guys. So, let's talk about that talk about the start of the match. And how we it was. It was weird. It was I mean festival Amazon deserve. Totally, different men to the guy who came out against public arena buster looked. Just, totally paralyzed with nerves and unable to play his normal game. He looked free now there for those first two sets, he looked languid he has. He has a languid power. Unlike, anybody else I think when you he said of generates speed of shot whether it's the serve of one hundred and seventy seven miles now or four hundred. That's kind of hit the back fence without you realizing he's actually hit it that hard. I don't think anybody else gives me that. kind of feeling out on the circuit of the moment you can. I can feel the power of everybody else is almost a slight of hand the way he does it, but he was timing the ball way way better and also the intent was there and he was coming into the net I mean the statistics on his net approaches. I think after a sense set in half to gone to the net twenty times. And with some success, he looks uncomfortable at the net, but he was just playing. The odd. So masters using his six foot six inches his wingspan. Great. Get into the net. And Dominic team was absolutely awful.

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Luke James: Not 'Chi' About Singing

Ask Me Another

05:24 min | 2 years ago

Luke James: Not 'Chi' About Singing

"Everybody welcome to the show. Yeah. After new years. Twenty two hundred eighty. Downsize you getting rid of some stuff? You getting rid of stuff. That's usually my wife stuff that I want. To tell her that you're getting rid of it. Most of the time I don't most of the time what I say is. Do we need this thing? I say in a very high pitch? Yes, and does she look at and go ways? What are you doing? You know that's precious. We need that. I'm GONNA fix that. She says I'm going to fix that Oh we need this. I'm going fix that. Yeah, and then just slowly. You just move it further and further out of the room until it's in the basement, and then once everybody's forgotten about because garbage. I'm just trying to get rid of stuff in my inbox. I am trying to unsubscribe from every store and yes, you're nodding your head because you have too many emails. Can we agree that it's easier to get a divorce than unsubscribe from a mailing list Oh my God. Why is that so hard? I bought a bath mat. You from you once. You know we're not in a real relationship. Okay, but every time you're like I gotta get out of here. There's an exit interview super desperate. Why are you leasing? Why are you leaving, too? Many messages is by content relevant. Do you not recall signing up I? Recall I recall. Our special guest is singer actor model Luke. Luke James for beyond say technically I'm opening for him so technically I've opened for beyond say. And you guys by third degree have seen beyond say in a bar in Brooklyn so. Well done everybody Luke. James is very impressive, but I think the most impressive thing about him is that he looks fantastic in a bucket hat. You can't do that. Not everyone can do that if I put on a bucket hat I looked like a Combo of blossom and a sad fishermen all right. They should call bucket hats, what they are good for the really really young or very very old. People have described Luke James's music as the perfect music to make out to. You know what I like hearing when I make out. Applause. Just a slow sarcastic clap. That's it. I'm ready to French people. During this I say okay I'm ready to. And I say people because I usually have a few possibilities lined up. Just don't WANNA I don't WanNa. Cut off any up. Sometimes. Things just change, and you never know so. We have four brilliant contestants their backstage right now, determining how many self help books one needs to read before they can consider themselves helped. And one of them will be our big winner and the other three combine other book. Let's play some games, everybody. Our first contestants will play a game about cities original names I call it. Where in the world is Carmen San Miguel? I up Sarah Sand Cooler. YOU'RE A lab technician at the Columbia University Medical Center. I am all right. You recently moved your lab from Rochester to Columbia. So and you were saying you were finding really weird things. People left behind I was so. We're moving into moved into temporary lab space, which people apparently sort of took an excuse to just abandon all the stuff they didn't want which included refrigerator doors filled with human is. Humanize. So what do you do with leftover is? Call the Bio Hazardous Waste Disposal People. Yeah, and they show up and they take them away. Yes, thankfully. To well. That's good. Where are they? All right so when you ring in, we'll hear this. Your opponent is Paul Alexander from. Toronto Ontario where you are a criminal defense lawyer. That is true. Paul, you are in the Guinness Book of World Records. Yeah Okay, how why? I'm in a band and our band somehow got involved in what is now in the Guinness Book of world, records as the longest ever concert by multiple artists. Okay, so wait a second. So what did you have to fulfil well? There were eighteen and a quarter days of continuous music. Each band had a one hour set. There could be no more than five minutes between bands, and I think no more than thirty seconds between songs in a band set, and you had to go a certain number of songs before there could be a repeat. What time did your Ben? Play we got the six PM slot on the last day. That's the best. And, we're the people in the audience. Yeah, it was crammed. I mean the was the size of this stage, so it was going to be crammed even if it's not just the members of the band that sounds

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"san miguel" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"san miguel" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Everything about okay holder for San Miguel and how hard we will certainly part of the order is we are encouraging the local health departments to do what they need to do with regard to commute to the to situation on the bracket the ground there's been this effective kind of stayed home order the closure retail stores in Colorado for over a week in counties like San Miguel Gunnison other counties have added it like picking in Denver this is now a state wide deep because of the confusion around jurisdictions because the people who live in one area commute to another and not knowing what they're supposed to do because of the conflicting actions that are taken and also because of the controversy around the way that the tri county action was taken we want to set that aside and people can talk about whether the what they did was correct or how they did it or how they wanted them to do it but what we really want to say unambiguously is stay home whenever possible for every Coloradan to save lives we'll get a phone question please hold I'm wondering what the hell did you contract beyond state officials on file okay what people do well working wonderfully what we have course you're seeing over a thousand cases in Colorado we're also looking at the different data that's available meditate up which means data through data partners that include things like people that are moving around with cell phones and how much they're moving when people are paying to real time traffic data the department of transportation is able to provide so various sources of metadata including some that have been reported on by New York times and others some of which are available through subscriptions that we are increasingly refined our ability to integrate into our state model to find out what the real impact is of the social distancing measures but the bottom line is I don't have the comfort level did the existing extreme measures that we've taken to date are enough device the time we need to save lives here in Colorado you.

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"san miguel" Discussed on Ac� entre nos

Ac� entre nos

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"san miguel" Discussed on Ac� entre nos

"Guess but also more connected to my mom and what she represented even though she was no longer here physically but whoever she was so. I definitely can wait this. Anybody can relate to that what I took from. It is close that gap right. Stop trying to do it all by yourself in. Close the gap in fine unity and strength in from media. I know I'm discovered why I I'm we definitely have that going more now But I had to. It took me a couple of years that I thought you have to be this strong warrior when I get there. Because that's what my mom represented what she was so. I hate to close it here because I know that we can go for him but are episode would probably be like the hours long so we will definitely had they totally would think guys listen. I'm pretty sure you would. But we will definitely have anthony back again for another episode. Because I really enjoyed this conversation. And it was a little different from other episodes Some of them have been by myself along with them. Are Kinda tell my story segments where people just kind of share a little bit of who they are Always tying it a little bit to mental health than what we deal with in live but this is just a conversation and I wasn't too much of interviewer and it was just both of the sharing and so it was nice so I definitely want to do this again. May I get better not forget the hit dental it? Okay he wasn't Bein. You'll those pretty Muslim book. Ethan like always a seon I've landed in my mass killers by UCF Joan Going missing Immune thorough going dog IMOs. Bb The industry the Lord E. Almost personas spoke scooting gay win. On Gay Motorcycles Ascione SANDING BLISS. He went with. Me Kantha. John Thank you for listening to this episode. There there will be more episodes of Anthony for sure. Thank you at the ban on my show. I really appreciate his comedy If anybody wants to connect with me or anybody resonates with some of his story Instagram would probably be the best handle at andt. San Miguel at at San Mea. Say what's up? Tell me that Some of this resonated if it did if not draw them in there and Yes for sure I was just about to ask people find dumped into for sure which is great You guys definitely want to follow him in reach out. And even if you don't reach out he really does put some great content out there relatable stuff Or just sometimes the quote here there or a funny mean that like lions the bar days. 'cause we're going to stressors in obstacles and run. Society puts a lot on her plate. Sometimes in. It's kind of good to to have those people on your on your network circles to that. Just kind of lighten things up a little bit and he definitely someone that does that if you fall him. So thank you guys again for joining US Seacombe Sympathizes Procedure Scoot Channel. Amyloidosis mutual as always. Thank you for listening. I love and appreciate all of you. I know that I'm not on top of two or three episodes of months like other podcasts. Because well Yano life gotta work on gotTa do things. There's not civilities but I am going to continue with this project for as long as I can because I truly truly is something I enjoy in that I think is necessary way. Se The is the podcast on Guinot. Simple got would just be soya. Assessments Wireless Bork. Geico Kazeem import one day. But at a dentist Kamani that story me aside as the bree dot e Spitak gave his Ruben. Sap Soy Okon Anthony Equal Nego today. They're not much cheesman Leah. I don't know if you've heard my episodes anthony but there's always cheesman at the end of each episode. We talk about things going on in the world and society But because our episode is a little long and I WANNA leave it to end where it ended. 'cause it was it was a good conversation we won't have too much cheese me I just WANNA say wash your hands because there's all this stuff gone with this virus who knows what's true what's not i. Hope you guys voted and that you continue to represent your community represents Telekomunikasi. That is important. But let's get the most relate yours is star presented you will that e c look in the society but I guess Gambian Continue to make a difference in the lives of others live in passion. Follow Your Dreams Reach out for your goals love on each other. There's so much. Hey and just pain in this world in so it's really warrant to lead with love. If anyone is interested in shiner story would like to get on here and have a conversation with me or know of anyone that is or even.

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"san miguel" Discussed on Ac� entre nos

Ac� entre nos

12:50 min | 2 years ago

"san miguel" Discussed on Ac� entre nos

"I feel you right. Even though that isn't always the best way to say what you're feeling is okay because I feel you because going back to say that all hurt hurt. There's no levels to it. I don't know take it from here. So yeah I mean I okay so I'll be honest with Anthony. I did not know where this conversation believe but I like where it led because we talked a little bit about what has kinda brought us together since we met some things that we ended up realizing they had in common But it goes with the whole purpose of of why I started gun to the knows a goes with I. Think both of our purposes of like wanting to continue to grow and to become better versions of ourselves all well hopefully influencing and motivating others around us And so hopefully our conversation and our story that better don't give up the meat was George Eve when which has the most Yanni's which led the Khaki can also expertly guide but allowed in his final battle. You'll say which is says in the-in Solo does But it's just a conversation that I feel like meant something to us having together but will touch and will and many will relate whether they've lost a parent or not whether whatever it is whatever it is. They're going through in their path way With their own self growth and and learning how to be vulnerable and Relating to life and knowing like you said that you don't know what's to come and you know that you haven't arrived yet but that it will be greater than what is now and what was Specially from everything that you've been through and my mom actually used to say That you don't suffer learning until you die because we used to. You know be typical little kids like I don't WanNa go to school today. Why do I gotTA learn? And then she talked about how like not just school but just everything that we deal with in this world in this society should be learning experience and that was important to continue to grow and that we would stop growing once we were in her Spanish word. Six feet under Granola yet but as up in their bureau siempre tackles Knows a the gap renege notable still no Seattle cabinet just experience s? You know. It's all too common her that if you're not growing you're done right. Searching Man's Win Win. Does that Actually Stop Right? So from eleven to twenty three their significant growth. They're not only physical but mental. Right twenty three to thirty three. There's another level of growth there whether it be professionally. We finally landed that Job Right. And now we're in a somewhat of a month being lifestyle because we're now in a routine are we still constantly growing and doing what it took to get us there. You know so going back to US maybe in our leadership roles for siblings and someone say. Enjoy it while you can because before you know it. They're going to be your age right and they're going to be wrong and then it's like well windows and actually stop for all of us right. Does that growth process truly stop and it should never but a lot of times when we get comfortable. We stop allowing ourselves to grow because we do not want to stretch ourselves to really endures. Some of the pain that it takes to get out of the Comfort Zone right or our habits which is very very very very common for us. Everyone happens to fall in settle and fall into that confer. I think I know I've done it. We've all done it and but it's bowel. I think realization that you're there and if you want more for yourself you get yourself out of that place. I think it sure and I feel like this is kind of a crazy marker US recording this at this time you know. This is my first recording of a podcast But my mom pass at thirty one. I'm thirty right. I'll be thirty one this year. So here I am. You know fourteen years later. Still reflecting on something that has taken so much Not only out of me but has put into me because of who have had to become to endure how significant that is right now. You said you don't stop growing or you don't stop learning until you die in. I've heard it put where some of the richest places on earth are cemeteries. Unfortunately and going back to if you're not growing your your dying always constantly introducing yourself as your next best version because a lot of these people who are now buried six feet under. They got buried with their hopes and dreams and went there stressors obstacles and things that they didn't allow themselves to processing exactly so with that being said right. I'm not trying to close nothing with that is always be willing to stretch yourself. Always be willing to endure the pain because pain is not always suffering. Pain is growth. Pain is Refining who it is that you're supposed to be calm because mentally you can truly endure it. If you what it takes to endure it in how you can switch in fake your mind out to go through you know what truly may hurt in a no. That's kind of Contradicting to US talking about suppressing but if we identify and we know what it is right we can hit it now on the head and say I got this you know come Anne Brough. Yeah I think that's what it is right connecting with that part of us being able to identify. That's I feel like that's kind of the only way we could face a little bit of Napa. We're going through. Come to realization of where we want to be better of where we need growth or we would like to grow of what we still haven't dealt with because even when you feel you've dealt with things something still is somewhere in there suppress from time in oil cup it will it always will And so we're constantly aside from growing as sort of like checking ourselves checking in with ourselves and seeing what is it that we're feeling what is it that we're dealing with. When is it that we need to deal with? It's all along the journey non ability to me. Yeah a Lotta Times. I have An accountability near where I have those real nitty gritty conversations with myself and that accountability. Near you know and I tell myself yo you are acting like a B and c right now and you need a freaking stop watering in your own self pity in you need to freaking get hard as sometimes like you need a heart in yourself to not repeal what it is that you're supposed to feel but that Accountability Mirror is you uncovering those fillings and identifying for them for what they are and once you identify them then you can start sniping. I'm using this in military terms but does it of all wars.

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"san miguel" Discussed on Ac� entre nos

Ac� entre nos

12:20 min | 2 years ago

"san miguel" Discussed on Ac� entre nos

"Not identifying those vulnerabilities in pain and that pain. Yeah Wow Y'All can't see me over here but I'm going to become emotional just because I just related to that so much in. It's true I mean I remember fights with my siblings and they would tell me like you don't understand what we're going through or we're not all strong like you and it was frustrating for me because I knew that I was going through the same pain in hurt. They were but I felt that showing that that being another. Kinda like person down you now then there would be no one else to pick us all up and so I fell. I have to mask this and bury it and move to try to move forward all along with frustration of China understand. Why can't making certain choices that weren't good for them? One of my rose was a troublemaker. Inside get calls like I'll come get your brother. He got in this. He got in that and I would just like. Why is he doing this to me? I was on this place where I felt here. I am this twenty three year old. I'm putting myself to school working. Two jobs and China raise you guys A. Y'All are doing this to me but not realizing that it had nothing to do with me. It was them trying to deal with their own pain. That in there is in that moment. I couldn't understand or relate because I wasn't showing vulnerability I wasn't showing. That was her. I was showing that I was okay and I remember conversations. Where or both my brothers would tell me like. Just because you're fine doesn't mean that I'm fine and I would try to explain to them like I'm actually not fine. I'm just trying to get us through. And they're like yeah. Well that's not what it looks like. Because I wasn't showing that there was times I got in the car and I- crime is there was times that I just couldn't anymore but I wasn't showing that I was doing well. My Mom taught me which was wipe my tears and moving forward in okay. I gotTa do this do that now. I didn't have that or I didn't allow myself. I'm sure I would have had it but I didn't allow myself to have that space to process into grieve in. I'm sure in the moment of you go into the navy in making this decision like you said earlier it was just. I'm trying to do what's best for my sister's trying to make sure that they're I don't. There's no other mouth has to be said here so that they can be taken care of but in there is was like you're leaving us to Roy exactly exactly and I remember a conversation with my little brother one time and it was the first time that he wasn't like attitude or yelling but he said that. I wish you would have died with mom and it hit me like literally hit me because I was like damn like that. That's horrible. You know it was. It was a horrible pain I saw because I felt like. I've sacrificed a part of my life to raise you guys That's how you repay me and later on. We had a conversation about it that was meaningful in. He said that I feel like when mom died. You were also like not there and I told you know when he said that to me I thought okay. We'll he's talking about me. Not being physically present right so. I would tell them like we'll brother. Would you want me to do like had to finish school? Had to work ahead to do this. Are you guys like yet? And he's like I get that but even when you were here you were here and I thought back after that conversation in. It's true like I mine. Navy was school like either buried myself in it and I was like graduated with straight A.'s. And I'm going into this like Prestige Masters Program and I did all these things because school was something I always love but I buried buried myself in it to Kinda deal with it and so I'd come home and it wasn't like I didn't allow myself to have a moment with them. It was more like all right. There's dinner I gotta go study. Make you brush your teeth. Go to bed Blah Blah Blah. You know and I never paused. I never passed to be like. Hey let's sit with each other. Let's with each other's feelings with each other's energy. I wasn't allowing myself to do that. And I wondered with frustration and entertain so much. Why are they so distant from me? Why can't we have this unity? Why can't they understand that? I'm doing this for them and it's not that they understood. I'm still waiting for the day. The win they're my age or that get that age. 'cause they're not there yet and they'll be like. Oh Dang like you know what she had was a big responsibility. But I'm seeing now that it's not that they didn't understand part of it. Yeah it was. They were kids. They were boys. They didn't really get what my new role was. But it's that they want need that comfort in love and Rod. Big Sister Hug kind of person. I always love on them physically. Hug Him kiss on their like. Get off me. But I wasn't fully present. I know I wasn't because I was trying so hard to suppress my pain because if I showed that than there was in anyone's strong that would take care of them. I didn't believe I guess that I could be strong and vulnerable that I could be strong and show them a little. Bit of my pain might weakness until I had to go through my own development through my own just growth. I went through my own therapy now. Therapists that can say that will not chair I wrote a book like I went through my things to just be like okay like an. It's different now now. They're getting a little older. I live a couple miles away now. So it's we don't get to see each other every day but the connection we've are starting to build now is different because I'm allowing myself to tell them like I'm going through it to or I'm feeling down today or you guys I. I didn't even do that. I didn't I told them I love them but it was just like I love you guys. Okay go to bed. It wasn't like me being vulnerable and emotional with them which I totally can be. That's who I am and in the field. I'm in but I felt that if I showed them that than they would feel like. Oh well if you're weak to and who the hell has their background. Yeah I took the role and responsibility. I was given totally different. And so that's a little bit about high reloaded. Felt not only that I see it on on your face but I felt your energy when you said where your brother said to you you now and I just say that to say because I know people are listening. This is a very listening type of Situation and we're providing around you know but I just want the listeners. To know that I felt the heavy heartedness of a situation like that. It kind of led me to sink or reminisce on a very a significant lyric From Kamen who is a rapper? Lashkar man and he says I guess knowing that on week is when I'm really being strong so when we're finally able to understand that our weakness in identifying it is a strength is when we can truly step into who it is that were supposed to be come right now. Going back to what you're saying about your experience with your brothers. As an older sibling were already naturally put into a leadership role. So if we're in a leadership role and all we hear whether from our mom. I'm sure in this case from her mom lead by example right so that lead by example was at the forefront of our memory and What is what drove us so I could relate and I say us because I'm sure almost sure that this is kind of a aligns where was like just looking at my accolades just follow by instruction. Just do what I'm doing and everything will be okay. You know because in life a lot of what it is that we aspire to do is geared towards income is geared toward survival and if we can accumulate these accolades in these This level of focus to where we're on the right path of the path that were deemed by society to supposed to track then to some degree. We haven't figured out because we're following the path so all you're doing with staying the course and said and hoping by example that they would follow your lead But in reality they could give a damn about your accolades ultimately. They wanted to know that you felt what they felt. And even though that you did they didn't see it because you know you wanted to uplift the situation not grief because what at least what I think were products of our environment in also if we're in a an environment of loneliness and sadness and you know for lack of all these terms just going through the mud you know going through the motions than we gotta we gotta find some way to break free right in your obsessions ultimately become your possessions so if you become obsessed about altering the negative or positive then it's just like Yo follow this because is what's working for me right now and that's all I got for you. You know put down. Wait weighs heavy so that it's crazies for us to kind of have that conversation. 'cause it's rare that I do have a conversation. I appreciate Y'all for listening Sinoe to us. Kind of a you know. Kick back and You know it'd be expressive. But I I don't know I don't know how to really kind of put a put a bow on something like that. It's just something that we're always going to be in a constant state of learning. I don't feel like I've arrived. I feel like I'm continuously trying to openly identify myself who I am who? I'm supposed to be what type of impact I'm supposed to have But ultimately I know that it's going to be greater than what it has been because of those experiences because I was put in some situation like that at a very young age. He knows so. That is what is going to hold greater impact for whether it be our listeners. Whether it be your clientele or whether it be the people that I interact with on a daily basis because now we can come from a position of familiarity. Exactly you know are a position of.

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"san miguel" Discussed on Ac� entre nos

Ac� entre nos

15:11 min | 2 years ago

"san miguel" Discussed on Ac� entre nos

"What we're talking about is even even stems from what our parents taught you know in the in the Catholic Church or the traditional way of thinking My own that I forgot. Tell Insurance Spanish But the conversation is so get in English. So Gillis Legal Casey lists Great Guest Gastropod illegal Campiello Spaniel Esp Lucas as ninth inning. Federal knowing that the state is still less onus Knock Yankee that Lay Laura's bananas the Kito La Vida They go more NAS. Chronic IN MISSISSIPPI EXPEDIENCY AS ALEMU. Sika game which is also does no mass getting. Most Cynthia knows Amal's can in most denotes in Guido's he gives this last Los Obstacles. They love Latin Must be in US Is the less. You GotTA gotTa Battle Nas GonNa thumbnails them In discourse us this is easy calicoes. Espn gala indicates. Laurie looking assessing the endo biddle Who Seek Guy who's going to Moscow on Easter Saunas Anthony. The whole Siesta was arrested. Inaugural does best buy bed. It'll present us in Goro. Get Aladdin thin. No second. Look for both Es again Expediency Amis Map Wbz Gas but in western Estonia Located the Oso in quadraphonic assists At lunar so I bet you know but I know so throw Saturday sees about Nosotros but it can also just where most experiment that goal. Okay then we'll skip feed e GonNa Saturday and so e-commerce Donaldson's Persona Scales Watkin this dino guests but also throws Gordon Game Needle So i-i LASAGNA bookie thunnus manual. Look Leslie Galloping. Collateral no one would buy Labra for nosy home which pedal and we significantly getting okeydokey alone. Allegheny chill so I'm fascinated. I have say I'm fascinated by your ability to summarize that not only. Are you present in the conversation in your providing? You know things that were supposed to kind of carry US along and kick the ball down down the field but then stop in. Summarize it in switch up the language like isn't that I'm under your listeners. GotTa be able to love that for sure. So that says a lot. I do hope so I really feel I'm I'm really big on representation representation in our community and that's why I feel. It's important to do both languages. Not only because I have the ability as a bilingual individual but because the same things that mean so much to those of us who speak English are the same things that those of us are. Those that don't speak. English are wondering about questions about but I did say in Spanish that I couldn't. I couldn't translate by any means every word that you said because it was just kinda takeaway sort of value from everything that you said but I think the listening they now in plus listeners. You know they they understand little English show so they got it So that's the thing that you and I have in common and Stopped me if you don't WanNa go there but Sir parents have both our moms have passed away For me it was definitely one of the hardest times of my life but yet one of the most impactful things in my life where it's not that. I don't think I'd be where I'm at today. She was here but I know that her not being here. is sort of a push. I feel like she's giving me this push from wherever she is to be even stronger into take on things so I'm wondering a little bit because I have two little brothers that I raised at like age twenty three and it was the most hardest thing I've ever done. Tillerson Bay I'm just kidding No I actually love boys but it was difficult. It was difficult for me to deal with just their grief and their pain and it looks different. A little different for male going back to what we were saying about. How like were if we're if I was told to tough enough. I know they were told you. Don't cry your boy and you got to be the men kind of thing Actually remember a conversation when my mom was close to her last days. She's like in bed in my brother went in there and she gave him a talk like she had given most of us. But this is a ten year old almost eleven year old boy and she's telling him how he has to be the man of the house Because my brother who's my other brother who's a little older than him wasn't always present to say the least And so she was telling him like you know You've got to be the man of the House and help your sister out and soon as you're you know you're able to get a job you gotta help out. And of course. He sat there and he agreed on all this stuff but I remember listening to that conversation thinking like. You're putting so much pressure. Without meeting to right. She was trying to prepare his but with dominates Much pressure on this boy to like be a man grown here. He was ten eleven years old not understanding what was going to come his way. Not Really Knowing. Probably the way of the whole death processes ingred. It was just like he knew. Death was part of life but didn't understand the whole grief process in what was about to take place So they went through a lot but him. I've seen him kind of grow up. Sort of Suppressing his pain in a way because he I feel that he has wanted to keep this like me to be a man promise. He made to his dying mom So I thought about them when I when I when I've thought about your in conversation and so I'm wondering if you'd be willing to go a little bit into your grief because you lost your mom and then I think it was probably like maybe two years or less that you went into the navy was was that kind of a a way to just suppress it in in continue or were you able to even grieve as you became run adult. That's that's actually a a really good question. I honestly don't think I've ever been asked that way. Especially because you can relate you know so it's rare people will ask but it's rare that they asked because Yo- like I feel you you know and then really feel you But I think that Pressure you know you. You spoke a lot about your mom. Instilling this message that your this young boy had to carry. I think of it as a double edged sword to some degree right it could be a detriment to enable this Child to be child but it also can refurbish diamonds right. You know. Obviously Coal in great pressure is know what creates diamonds but that grievance period was insane in something that is really popping up as I'm talking about it and thinking about it as you ask A week after My mom had passed away. I was well. Within my basketball season in basketball was what got me through the trials and tribulations of growing up in section eight housing right so I took to sports to not fill the reality of not having a dad or not. Fill the reality of growing up not being able to go out to eat or purchase a nice piece of clothing right it was it was triple A.'s. In proclaims from Me Ryan as I know. I'm sure some of your you know your peoples can relate to that I went to practice a week later. Basketball practice my coach claim came up to me and this was right after one of my teammates asked. Where were you? The past few practices told him out. My mom died and his reaction was so shocked. So yeah right. So get the F- Fatty here. You're lying and then my coach shortly coming up after me. He was like Yo. You don't have to be here. You know. And I very much understood to be there and that I could allow this grievance process to take. Its course how it's supposed to and I guess I got blessed with a teacher who understood grief to some degree and this is junior high school. She gave me a little pamphlet. She was like. Hey here's the starbucks bag and when you grow up in poverty you don't forget starbucks. So she was like. Here's the starbucks bags with a sandwich and little snack and then a card and a little like you know fifteen page pamphlet that said the different stages of grief and I was like wow like. I didn't even know agree was right. I never suffered a loss this significant as severe but I told my coach. I was like Nah. This is how this is how I fight right. This is how I this is all that I know right. So if you take basketball away from me you you're gonNA continue to take even more away. So that's why I knew that I had to be there And it's crazy because a lot of times in our role as big Bro. Big Sis you know we. We exclude ourselves from some of his grievance. Because we're too focused on wet are are close will were in close proximity within our siblings of what they're feeling and we numb us to ensure that they're good right but then taking a step further this is. Kinda what created somewhat of a separation between myself and my siblings because they had already felt that sense of abandonment. Right not only was my pops never there. We lost my mom's to what I what I spoke about is a unheard of reason. You know I mean. I don't share this too often or I don't tell people this too often to tell them how they're supposed to fill and everybody who has hurt is hurt like there's no levels to this hurt Shit Ryan but unlike yo like mom died because she got shot and like a lot. These other people's parents pass because of illness or Some lineage. In the family of what they experienced disease wise to where you can somewhat come to terms but when you never uncover who the killer is right you never go go to court and say it was him point him out in a lineup. Put 'em efforts to to rest when you never have that that closure closure that gratification And then me leaving right. It was like not only did I not fill that grievance ultimately because I learned how to mask it right but I also made sure that my sisters were good by sacrificing myself by leaving but it also created a new gap because now not only was there only father figure role abandoning them now. He was leaving the state now. He was leaving the country. Now he's going to to a war zone. Holy Shit Bro. Like why are you doing this to us? You can possibly get your life taken. You're putting us through. This roller coaster were in an unfamiliar state and me having to put myself in their shoes. I never truly experienced the might own shoes. Walking which ended up creating underlying in deep rooted issues that have had to identify later. On in my later twenties you know which is a whirlwind within itself where we finally start to uncover you know our education and our growth process and what it is that we wanna do in with. Every level is a new person that we're supposed to introduce ourselves to and if we're always constantly focus on improvement than we should be introducing ourselves to somebody better than we once were but when you're struggling through this traumatic experience that have lingered on that we've never identified. How can we truly grow when this is all we know right which is hurt in in grief in anguish and focusing on others which is great but we could never really catapult ourselves into our dreams our lifestyle that.

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"san miguel" Discussed on Ac� entre nos

Ac� entre nos

12:43 min | 2 years ago

"san miguel" Discussed on Ac� entre nos

"Many. I'm now I'm thinking bag hearing all those dedications like in between songs. You're like older about to play that one. You hear it in the dedication and growing up to those oldies you know that I didn't really know how strong and how powerful those lyrics are you know but it kind of goes back to the one ceiling in the emotion that we all crave and and are held to fundamentally is love which is crazy in that. I don't know how far deep we can go into this. I'm sure very but we all crave didn't we all wanted it in in that slight. That's music from the sixties from the fifties and so that's our our relation to our our history to our ancestors is being able to relate to them through through music. Which is I mean. I could go on and on about music and how it's Shape shifted and shaped me into who I am whether it be hip hop or rock and roll not to Segue into a whole music podcast but But it doesn't flinch our lives in one way or the other when you were talking about like love and it being something that we all kind of crave and tying it to music. I was actually thinking about how today's music tries to idolize. Not to love and to kind of being very like cold and single is cool and I bet it is Dan but just like you don't need love kind of thing and and that's why it took me back as unlike. I wonder what's changed or why we've had this different mentality because and there's this song with J. Cole right at two but where he says that we don't sing about love no more And I forget which is but yeah. He's like we don't sing about that. No more it's too we don't we're trying to. Kinda like give off this vied that you should be. I don't WanNa say cold but maybe like closed off and that's how you don't get her and like protect yourself. Suppress it That's real I think I don't know exactly what he says. I think he talks about to the window to the wall. Right words just no feelings based shut it all out. You don't have to fill right now. Let's just have a good time but a lot of times that taking ourselves out of not feeling is really just numbing. Something that were supposed to uncover in the first place. 'cause you cam not feel right like so impossible. I always laugh when people are like. I'm cold hardy. I don't got no feelings on like Yeah you do. They're in there. I know you're trying to cover them. They're they're it's just in our nature to feel so that's not possible at least not as human beans even as animals like dogs cry. I feel right. You hear all those stories where like the owner dies and the Dogleg won't leave the grave because that's where the Lassar left on mat seeing that even stories of German shepherds wanting to stick by a casket of marine who has seen battle. You know together to where I'm that. The dog is not leaving that side because it knows that his owner is there so Yeah we I think we tend to mask it and especially even men. We tend to Matt. M- asked that masculinity you know because it's Deemed weak in society or in certain cultures. Where you're not allowed to have fillings. Buck up took that Chin took that lip and keep it pushing and I was raised Somewhat like that you know whereas like even though I was raised by one woman with two sisters I was still told you know maybe because I grew up in sports environment. I was very athletic but that was how I was brought up. Were big boys. Don't cry you know so. Even at an early age were taught to suppress those fillings. When really you know we should keep them close and uncover them opposed to suppress them in come down further and further and further in the more. You TUCK missile cannon. You know the bigger the explosion year volcano righty to he wrote drier. That's me back a little bit so I also grew up with a single mom. My ballot father was never in the picture. My stepdad was for a couple of years until he got deported. But my mom raised us like that and a lot of people like when I tell him that. Let like it's Kinda crazy coming from a woman but my mom would always be like Sta. You don't cry and toughen up and if it ever came to anything to do with man or boy boys because she was probably bitter from her relationships unfortunately not working out with these men but she would be like. Oh you make sure you have yours and never show anyone SPECI- man that you're her and she'd make little comments like make sure that like if the car you know if you guys Sheri- car you own it. If you're sharing the house your name is on it like so that you can show the door and it's not you getting out and I literally used to be younger and be like Yoshida so bitter like what. But as I got older I I started to see that. It was just like her her in her experiences than her being left with me before she met my Stepdad. She for some without a home No I'm first. Generation should run in Mexico right he? I'm sure that whole experience led her to her her toughness in our thick skin as well. Yeah I know I know it definitely did because she lived through some stuff But I didn't understand that when I was younger and then as I got older I'm like this is the her like this is really her experience. She's not she's not being this bitter person that's like all men are horrible but it was her sort of protecting me and like looking out for me like make sure you have your yourself and you're able to take care of yourself because I went through some times where I got kicked out into the street with the child or you know I was abandoned or I was left to deal with things on my own so I wouldn't want that happened to you guys. But she didn't preach it that way because that would be showing her weakness and wilner abilities so it was more like Yo toughen up kind of thing we all do it and be like your mom strong and I think one thing that I'm barely non thirty years old in a barely coming to understand is vulnerability is a strength. It was it was seen as a weakness off. You're vulnerable you're exposed when you're exposed your enemy can find you. You know but when you truly expose that vulnerability in you're able to identify yourself within yourself now you're content within your who it is that you are in what what is it. You WanNa become so your enemy can't use it against you because you've already come to terms with the new That you've exposed new. Let it out. 'cause you've you've aired out your dirty laundry and we all have it in. I think when we come to terms with everybody has their dirty laundry and we're less likely to care about our own vulnerabilities because we know and we understand that. Everybody hasn't will be a lot more in unison with one another. But that's where I think. A lot of that music comes to play as we want to hide. We WanNA hiding. We WanNa mask it but then it takes you know. Certain IDOLS ARE REAL PEOPLE. Write lyrics about it that we truly feel that. Come around once once a decade or wants a generation. And that's why they blow up the way they do because they're able to embody all that we feel in three Serena and if moments now right and that's why they blow up because it's like Yo- like amick slows in real. That's why you know. People live to pock was so controversial in his time because he was talking about a fifteen year old. Having a baby again kicked out on the street you know. And that's the exact version of what my mom was. She was sixteen with a with a brand new baby. Boy Way too big for her to even hold with no with no father figure and he was in he was in the prison system. And it's like Yo- you know all this stuff is is way too real in relatable and I think that's how we find connections right. We're not always willing to be vulnerable to others or admit the pain things are going through but were able to relate another ways especially music you know if you find a song that speaks of your life than that alone is a way to relate especially for those that aren't really comfortable speaking about memory to circling yet I definitely completely agree. That's why when we when we find a dope track where we're quick to click that share because we can always put into words what it is that we fill so. We allow things like that to speak for us. I think that's a really powerful tool to express ourselves. You know whether you've gone through the break-up or going back to our art lebow dedication where it's like I can't I'm heartbroken but I don't WanNa tell you I'm heartbroken but here listen to this song by Shod Day. Because she speaks all too well. I don't know why I keep going back to music. I guess it's just been a big A big tool that. I've used to overcome a lot of my own pain in transgressions to uplift me because of that relate ability but also within the connections of one another by sharing story and being like like. You're not alone in goes back to what I was saying about. Stop hiding from what you're vulnerabilities. Because the person you could throw a rock you know within a crowd and I can guarantee there somebody who s something either similar or has something a little bit more profound than what you're even going through. Yeah I've heard it saying where you know. Throw all your problems and a half. Fold a piece of paper write it on a piece of paper folded and put it in a hat. And I guarantee you're not gonNA WANNA draw somebody else's problems you know. They're all made for for us right in. God has a plan and all those things were supposed to endure to write our story. I guess right some somewhat of our story However it is you know your followers on faith is or believers but I believe and I feel.

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"san miguel" Discussed on Ac� entre nos

Ac� entre nos

15:30 min | 2 years ago

"san miguel" Discussed on Ac� entre nos

"Well let me him they spit Oh Kissing. Quinton beyond is on the school Chen. Hello everyone I hope. All is well from wherever you're listening which memorial supported a loss. Mutuel thank you to all my listeners. For all the love and support. I appreciate all of you very much today. We're going to do. Things vary organic Organic Osa or we're just here for conversation Ona commercial unseemly. Today's episode will take place with my friend. Anthony Send me in our when France ransom our just here for Chitchat. Oil Amigo Anthony. Send Me. Yale can listen you on your way at Esley Guy. Look in the second. Vandal is still keeping up. Black guys to Book easily fit in there Almost lad we'll let me that So lemelson beside that converts Ascione Conn Anthony But he manages Gomo GONNA Anthony. I WANNA start telling against high man anthony so I was actually my friend. Leslie. She's listening. Hey girl and we had just moved to San Diego. It was my first literally month there. I had moved July first and I'm kind of introvert. Sometimes so I just kind of like hang out at home and my thing and she's like let's go out all and like show you San Diego so I was like all right fine so we went now and we were at a social gathering. We'll call it and we met Anthony and his friend Landon and there was a couple other people there but just like any other setting said hello interactive for Little Bay Exchange Social Media's which is what they're doing nowadays. Yeah and that was it. We never really helped like a conversation. it was just like. Hey what's up and then as we got to. Kinda know each other through instagram. I started to see that I had like a lot of things in common with Anthony which was superior to me and I saw like the kind of mind he had the just just by his post like the things he would put out there and I was like Dude. This dude at like super cool super inspiring. Some of the stuff he puts out. There just really makes you think. And that's why I was like hey should be on my show so Anthony Acapella Movement mastodon vehicle at the minnows even message in Miami government be thrust lead e was business again Soy Persona the overhead fiddle soon Ladd and don't so the Hill Cape was almost SELENA's acronym San Diego Econo- seem anthony. Es on legal landon yelled Glaucoma Noah's Gumby Inflammation the INSTAGRAM Eve. Not Not a black guy mama's nombre displays of the full impact when Anthony. Ana instagram Sammy that gay themed. Yona meant that dump AC- FEMA Been Saturday Levy that. Espn APP Dini and knowing be back is to be at Enough so why don't you say hi? Anthony and low. Tell us a little bit about yourself. That is honestly really cool for you to say both things in English and Spanish. That's that's a talent for sure thank you think. But yes I wasn't San Diego Not originally from there but lived there and land in that you mentioned is a super super good friend of mine We both spent time in the military while I was out there. That's why that's what moved me to San Diego on first place and then later. Us getting to know each other. We realized that we are from the same hood Six two six right shoutout own wishes awesome to know because it was more of on the connection was like an energy aura vibe in kindest drew us to be cordial and say what's up and we're both feeling the music and we could tell a lot of times when I think the roots are like the history of some tracks that would play the vibe. Got Stronger your lives Always but I am still at this point. Four into San Diego. So it's still like a trek for me so it's a. It's eventful for me to be out there now at this point. But it's GONNA STALL GIC RIGHT. Now have a lot of really really good memories in San Diego so being out there. I am already on cloud nine because of that astrologer and because of that Or that it brings from the past but of course you're around energy and good friends which landed really really is a blessing to have been able to experience all of that. And of course meet you but don't introduction. I appreciated their so much about me so In regards to where to start that would be a big feet So help me like where is it? That would even start. Because I wouldn't want to bore the audience with my adolescence. We can never be bored. You're gonNA tell us. Trust me guys going. Fan Me He posts some pretty dope shit so I wouldn't have him on this Round if he was boring but it Okay so you were in the navy. How'd you get? There does a little bit about that. Or why did you choose that? I think everyone always like that is a very chains and then decide that they want to do so It really came because I didn't have anywhere else to go. straightforward I had just graduated. I wasn't even living with my parents at the time I was living in a friends of the family who accepted me into their home when I was a junior high school. And once graduation came. I have two sisters as well who were now in the care of my aunties and sometimes my grandma and I was like well. Where am I going to go you know? And to some degree it was. I didn't want to necessarily work. The nine to five or the fast food restaurants put myself through. College wasn't the best student so I wasn't completely and fully inspired to jump into college. I'm so that helps but ultimately.

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Climate Liability Lawsuits Could Help With Costs Of Adapting To A Hotter Earth

Environment: NPR

05:05 min | 2 years ago

Climate Liability Lawsuits Could Help With Costs Of Adapting To A Hotter Earth

"In New York world leaders attended a United Nations summit on Climate Change. UN Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez opened the meeting by challenge in in countries to make bold plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions immediately. We can do it limiting warming to one point. Five degrees is still possible receivable but it will require fundamental transformations in all aspects of society. Are we gonNA food use Lens fool our transport what's and followed economies all of that to put the brakes on greenhouse gas emissions and beyond debating a plan some are also beginning to wrestle with a big question who is responsible people for the effects of global warming. NPR's Rebecca Hersher reports that a growing number of lawsuits seek to answer that question there about a dozen significant lawsuits against oil companies companies in the US right now. My goldberger runs the Saban Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia University. All of these lawsuits have been filed in the last couple of years. There's the one filed by the state of Rhode Island against twenty-one companies including Exxon. BP Shell and Chevron there are the cases filed by the cities of San Francisco Oakland and Baltimore and by San Miguel in Boulder County Colorado and in each case the city or state or county is suing one or more fossil fuel companies over the impacts of climate change. It's a wide range of impacts many of the lawsuits do focus on sea level rise and coastal storms but it also includes drought wildfire flooding in Colorado. The lawsuits alleged that the oil companies should help pay for the cost of dealing with all of that now in the future because the cases allege oil oil companies have known for a long time that burning fossil fuels causes global warming in an email to NPR spokesperson for the main oil industry trade group wrote in part that the industry is quote actively addressing the complex global challenges climate change through robust investments in technology innovation efficiency improvements and cleaner fuels rules. Berger says the suits are somewhat similar to pass cases brought against other industries. The comparison that most people are most familiar with is the comparison to tobacco the massive tobacco settlement hinged on similar legal arguments that tobacco companies were partially responsible for the harm caused by cigarettes. Other industries have faced similar suits. It's with a variety of outcomes lead paint a specis gun an opioid manufacturers in fact this is the second wave of climate change suits against oil companies a previous set of cases in the early two thousands failed. Berger says something key has changed in the intervening years the science the ability to attribute attribute particular impacts to climate change has vastly improved as climate models have gotten more sophisticated and as climate change itself has gotten more present doesn't in our daily lives the connection between say destructive hurricanes and the warming earth has gotten easier to argue and climate related lawsuits are showing up in other parts the world two cases in the Netherlands France and India have all looked the legal system to require companies and governments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and then there's the argument that climate change is a human rights issue good morning everyone. My name is Maryelle chick CBA Khasan. I'm the research nurse in November of last year representatives from the Human Rights Commission of the Philippines sat in a room in London and listen to people tell their stories of surviving the massive typhoons that hit that country one after another in recent years but Kasan recounted how her family survived Typhoon Haiyan in two thousand thirteen my grandmother everyone was just praying. We were saying saying the second floor of the hotel. So from where we were we could see the water levels levels rising until the ground floor was fully submerged. You can see the water the cars floating when the water went down she and her her family walked hours home through streets covered in debris and bodies because explained how the storm wrecked the economy of her home city cut off drinking water and and killed thousands of people she was one of the hundreds of people who testified before the Human Rights Commission at multiple hearings around the world. The inquiry relied on the same team underlying climate science as recent lawsuits have researched that connects fossil fuel companies to the effects of climate change including stronger tropical storms and although the commission is not itself illegal body. Its final report later this year. We'll still carry weight explains Burger. The most important thing that could come out of it is is a declaration of violation of human rights and you know that's a powerful thing. Nobody wants to be accused of being human rights violator. It's one piece of a nascent nascent push to change the business models of the world's fossil fuel companies and as climate science gets more sophisticated and climate change is ever more present in the lives lives of average people that pressure is likely to keep increasing Rebecca Hersher N._p._R.

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"san miguel" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"san miguel" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Alone on their back and in their crib plus put nothing in your baby sleep area don't over dress your baby and do not smoke around babies a man accused of killing three Chinese migrants whose bodies were found in his trunk last month was in court yesterday a detention hearing was held for fifty year old male Valletta who allegedly brought the migrants to the Senate Cedar Point of at port of entry and the same truck they were found dead a motorcyclist who was injured after a crash involving a fire truck in Spring Valley the writer was pinned underneath a San Miguel fire and rescue engine for over thirty minutes and have been near the skyline apartments there in seventy one Ellen Berg field in the Padres how's the Rockies at seven ten AM seven sixty talking breaking news now it's Armstrong and Gary. I can see. I don't understand what you're saying so we got a perfect. no one knows what it means. I wouldn't comment on it other than to say that all right. zero. Armstrong and Jones asked the same question of their listeners and here's their response. one. this is headline and now he and on the strong..

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"san miguel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:40 min | 3 years ago

"san miguel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To Bloomberg BusinessWeek the money issue with Carolina's here in Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio. So this is the case of the missing money, some one billion dollars last year. It's missing Jason from a Bank in Mexico. Yeah. And that came to a surprise of the people whose money it was David Welsh a fascinating story in this week's edition, he joins us from Detroit. So David, how did you come upon this? Somebody, I've known for a number of years because of covered automotive manufacturing labor. So one of the people interviewed in the story, one of the victims, his brother is a long time now semi retired labor attorney, and he put me on the story, and I interviewed his brother and then just started finding more people who've had this issue with Monica. It'd be there basically retired American ex pats living in typically San Miguel de lyndale, though of heard that there are some other victims in places like Puerto Vallarta. Basically, you know, Americans decide paying minimum to Mexico. The weather's nice San Miguel is very artistic nice climate. My dour goes a really long way, and they moved down there, and they all them basically started banking with their US banks and giving money sent to Mexico, but getting actual cash getting liquidity was time consuming. They were heavy fees after fears, they all decided to Bank locally, and that's where the trouble started disturbed. Yeah, exactly. Talk about who Monica is this Bank. And then what the issue was that they all had sure from on exit soon. Grupo Financiero demonic, and I don't think Spanish I took French, and German coach. So I probably butchered that, but I, I did okay, but there are two sides of X, caters, Banco monarchs, which is just like a Bank. And then there's the CASA de bolsa, which is the brokerage house and people had a head accounts in both the trouble. If your account within the CASA Di Botha is those are not insured deposits, the triple your money in the Bank is Mexico insures, deposits up to one hundred forty thousand dollars. So that's problem. Number one, if you're trying to get money back. But the whole real problem started here with this woman, Marcela Zavala Taylor, whose mother is an American. She worked in the US on California for a number of years, had great anguish with everyone describes multicultural, she sort of took these people in and with her very good, English multicultural. Now, inexperience and got them to think, okay, she's like an American banker. She's a safe person to deal with. And she would visit them on holiday. She would come over to their houses with coffee and pastries. And that sort of thing, and she became a friend of many of these people, and then about November December people are trying to get money from the Bank, and they can't reach her anywhere and by December January many of these people realizing that their accounts were simply cleaned out. And then she had disappeared for a number of months, people who've been banking with the Bank for several years. Right. And some of them actually got some decent returns on investments that they did through the Bank, do they question here? Because when many stay on that, right? Yeah. The statement said that. But this woman was sending out statements in there now saying the Bank is saying that she had falsified statements, and they weren't maybe getting those returns another issue is that she was telling the clients that they had dollar denominated accounts, which means they would be protected from the devaluation of the peso us now saying. No. So they're basically trying to settle with people. They've offered some of the people I interviewed anywhere from fifty cents to seventy cents on the dollar, and look, as an American banks with an American Bank, scratched my head and say, wait a second stolen from the Bank in my account any want to settle. You know, as an American, I think, okay? There's not a David Welsh drawer, my Bank where the reach in clings that out and I'm the only one who has a problem when money is stolen from a Bank. There's a fungible pile of money that I should still be able to put deposits into and take withdrawals out of even if somebody took from my account if I liken it to. Let's say someone steals my next car and buys a twenty thousand dollar mining pseudo. Name ex calls back and says David we saw on camera that you didn't buy the suit. So here's we're gonna do. We're only going to charge ten thousand for the city in Africa. Yes. Like that. So they don't have the protections. We have here. It's a big mess for these and David. The scope of this is pretty massive. I mean, we're talking about forty million dollars missing from, as many as one hundred fifty eight account, according to your story. So this was widespread. This isn't just taking advantage of a couple people. And the implication is that this probably wasn't just this woman acting alone. Right. But certainly, the theory of people who ripped off and some of them told me that Monica officials told them never in writing that they didn't think this woman could have done it alone. Either in some of the wire transfers head names on them and these people just don't know who they are. So there's the Bank is investigating this. They've turned it over to Mexican authorities, but their autumn issues if you're going to Bank in Mexico, the example, I just gave with aim x. Typically, if, if I want to use my car to buy a twenty thousand dollar Monte suit in LA IMAX knows that I'm never in L A, and I don't buy twenty thousand dollars suits and typically flag that transaction Mexican banking doesn't really do that. They don't have to track bed employees. They don't really flag suspicious transactions everything. Just happens and goes on day to day one of the people I talked to Kevin Carr, who is the US treasuries Representative in Mexico monitoring fraud for the US treasury department said that bad employees can rip off people in one Bank and move onto the next. And they don't track at the way, the SEC, or the banking, regulators, FINRA within the US. These people just keep moving around and finding new victims. So she didn't move to another Bank, but she been doing this, obviously for setting this up. It seems like a number of years, because the victims were telling me they were there are months where they wouldn't get statements over the past five or six years. When they finally did get their statements that were suspicious transp- transactions going back several years. And what their theory is that this woman are, so basically, she was, you know, here, and they're taking money out of accounts, and if somebody needed cash and she couldn't cover. She would take it from one count put it into another. That's kind of getting to the Bernie Madoff rice fields scheme air. And then, eventually, it seems like the, the jig was up in late December where she'd either clean out all of the accounts or could no longer cover and she just took off now. She'd actually back in San Miguel Dalen Daesh in her very briefly, any mother, her mother would just sort of cryptically say Monica also has something to do with this and wouldn't say anything more are so he's going to do a full interview with me. I was emailing with her. And I said, look, I have Monica story, I have your client story. Everybody blames you I need your story here. Let's talk and she agreed. She got on the phone and said dude, vice by attorneys. I can't say anything. Wow. Living in San Diego. Goodbye. It's the end of it. So she's back in town. And probably not working on it. But everybody is, she's facing charges Mexico. David welsh. Joining us from Detroit fascinating story. He had some folks. Tell us about what was going on right in terms of people running into trouble putting their retirement funds, basically, in Mexico, and I liked the way he.

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"san miguel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:39 min | 3 years ago

"san miguel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The funny issue with Carol Massar. Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio. So this is the case of the missing money, some one billion dollars last year. It's missing Jason from a Bank in Mexico, and that came to a surprise of the people whose money, it was David Welsh a fascinating story in this week's edition. He joins us from Detroit. So David, how did you come upon this? Somebody of known for a number of years because covered automotive manufacturing labor. So one of the people interviewed in the story, one of the victims, his brother is a long time now semi retired labor attorney, and he put me on the story, and I interviewed his brother and then just started finding more people who've had this issue with Monica. It'd be there basically retired American experts living in typically San Miguel de lyndale, though of heard that there are some of the victims in places like Puerto Vallarta. Basically, you Erica NHS. Decide pay them gonna move to Mexico. The weather's nice San Miguel is very artistic nice climate. My dour goes a really long way, and they moved down there, and they all them basically started banking with their US banks and giving money center, Mexico, but getting actual cash. Getting quality was time consuming. They were heavy fees after fears, they all decided to Bank locally, and that's where the trouble started. Disturb. Exactly. Talk about who Monica is this Bank. And then what the issue was that they all had sure for Monica soon. Grupo Financiero demonic might might I don't think Spanish, I took French, and German coach probably butchered, that, but I think I did okay. But there are two sides of Monica caters, Banco monarchs, which is just like a Bank. And then there's the CASA de bolsa, which is the brokerage house and people had a head accounts in both the trouble. If your account was in the custody. Both is those are not insured deposits, the trouble here money in the Bank is Mexican insures deposits up to one hundred forty thousand dollars. So that that's problem. Number one, if you're trying to get money back. But the whole real problem started here with this woman, Marceau Sevala Taylor whose mothers in American, she worked in the US on California for a number of years, creating Bush was everyone describes multicultural she sort of took these people in and with her. Very good English multicultural, now age and experience and got them to think okay, she's like an American banker. She's a safe person to deal with, and she would visit them on holiday. She would come over to their houses with coffee and pastries, and that sort of thing, and she became a friend of these people, and then about November December people are trying to get money from the Bank, and they can't reach her anywhere. And by way, December January many of these people realizing that are accounts for simply cleaned out, and the and she disappeared for a number of months people who've been banking with the Bank for several years. Right. And some of them actually got some decent returns on investments that they did through the Bank. Did they? Question here because when many. Right. Yeah. The statement said that. But this woman was sending out statements, and they're now saying the Bank is saying that she had falsified statements, and they weren't maybe getting those returns another issue is that she was telling the clients that they had dollar denominated accounts, which means they would be protected from the devaluation of the peso Monica's now saying, no, so the rescreen trying to settle with people they've offered some of the people I interviewed anywhere from fifty cents to seventy cents on the tower and American banks with an American Bank. I scratch my head and say, wait a second stolen from the Bank in my account. And you want to settle American, I think, okay, there's not a David Welsh drawer Bank, where the Tory cleans that out. And I'm the only one who has a problem when money is stolen from a Bank. There's a fungible pile of money that I should still be able to put deposits into take withdrawals out of even if somebody took from my account, it's. I can into let's say someone steals. My next car buys a twenty thousand dollar Monte student aim X calls, David. We saw on camera that you didn't buy the suit. So here's we're gonna do. We're only going to charge ten thousand for the city. You never got. Yes. That. So they don't have the protections. We have here. It's a big mess for these and David. The scope of this is pretty massive. I mean, we're talking about forty million dollars missing from his many as a hundred fifty eight accounts according to your story. So this was widespread. This isn't just taking advantage of a couple of people and the implication, is that this probably wasn't just this woman acting alone. Right. But certainly, the theory of people who ripped off and some of them told me that Monica officials told them never in writing that they didn't think this woman could have done it either. In some of the on Arthur's wire transfers head names on them, and these people just don't know who they are. So there's the Bank is investigating this. They've turned it over to Mexican authorities but the run of issues if you're going to Bank in Mexico. The example I just gave with Amy. Typically, if, if I want to use my car to buy a twenty thousand dollar suit in LA IMAX knows that I'm never in LA, and I don't buy twenty thousand dollars suits and typically flag that transaction banking doesn't really do that. They don't have to track bed employees. They don't really flag suspicious transactions everything. Just happens and goes on day to day. One of the people I talked to Kevin Carr, who is the US treasuries Representative in Mexico monitoring fraud for the US treasury department said that bad employees can refer people in one Bank and move onto the next. And they don't track at the way, the SEC, or the banking regulators FINRA, wouldn't the US like these, these people just keep moving around and finding new victims. So she didn't move to another Bank. But she'd been doing this, obviously for sitting this up. It seems like for number of years, because the victims were telling me they were there. They wouldn't get statements over the past five or six years. When they finally did get their statements that were suspicious transfer transactions going back several years. And what their theory is that this woman are, so basically, she was, you know, here and they're taking money out of a counts, and if somebody needed cash and she couldn't cover. She would take it from one count put it into another. That's kind of get into the Bernie Madoff rice fields scheme air. And then, eventually, it seems like the jig was up December where she'd either clean out all the accounts or could no longer cover. And she just took off, now actually back in San Miguel Dalen Daesh in her very briefly, any mother, her mother would just sort of cryptically say Monica also has something to do with this, and wouldn't say anything more Marceau such, he's going to do a full interview with me. I was emailing with her. And I said, look, I have Monica story, I have your clients to everybody blames you. I, I need your story here. Let's talk and she agreed. She goes to the phone and said, do my attorneys. I can't say anything. Wow. I'm living in San Diego. Goodbye. The end of it. So she's back in town. And. Working Vanek, but everybody is she's facing charges Nexico David Welsh joining us from Detroit fascinating story. He had some folks, tell us about what was going on right in terms of people running into troubles putting their retirement funds, basically, in Mexico, and I liked the way.

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"san miguel" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"san miguel" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Out of San Miguel on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com. Now your forecast on the American standard heating weather center. Rain changing over to a little bit of light snow tonight skies, eventually become partly cloudy, and it's going to be cold and breezy with lows near twenty-five, lots of sunshine for your Sunday, but cold and breezy with highs around forty and wish TV storm tracking meteorologist Tara Hastings. For ninety-three. I I'm ready to take the next step. I'm ready for a university. That will help me Vance in my. Education and career university. That will make me feel supported and connecting ready for ODU online. Quick this ad or go to online dot EDU today. Critics are calling pet cemetery. One of the best Stephen King movies ever, the pet cemetery brings things. Deeply sinister nightmare. Cemetery. Dr in theaters this Friday wherever you go. However, you go for energy on the go. It's got to be five hour energy it works fast. It works long. It tastes good and was zero sugar and four calories. There's nothing holding you back fits your pocket fits your backpack. Fits your on the go life. Whether you're going to work going on vacation for just going out with friends five hour energy energy on the go. For more information. Visit five hour energy dot com. Thanks for inviting me into your home long haul truck RV camper taxi, your parents, well.

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Man charged with making death threats against journalists over Trump editorials

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00:58 sec | 4 years ago

Man charged with making death threats against journalists over Trump editorials

"Federal prosecutors have charged a California man. For, making violent Threats against employees at the Boston Globe newspaper as NPR's. Kirk siegler, tells us, the incident stems from a coordinated editorial campaign, by newspapers nationwide to denounce threats against journalists authorities charged sixty eight year. Old. Robert chain of, Los Angeles for making threats against the Boston Globe newsroom after the paper organized a national campaign to denounce President Trump's verbal attacks. On reporters at political rallies and on Twitter prosecutors say chain made more than a dozen, threatening phone calls the newspaper over a twelve day period. He allegedly referred to the, globe as. The quote enemy of the people a term the president has used, to describe. Journalists further chain is. Alleged to have threatened to kill newspaper employs. And specifically on the day the actual editorial was published prosecutors say he called the globe and threaten to shoot employees in the head he could face up to five years in prison and. A two hundred and fifty thousand

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Recon: Janssen’s Darzalex Combination Trials Halted

Colorado's Morning News

02:15 min | 4 years ago

Recon: Janssen’s Darzalex Combination Trials Halted

"In custody hundreds of firefighters are in san miguel county battling the horse park wildfire that we've been telling you about that fires burning on mostly blm land it's burned about fifteen hundred acres north west of telluride officials say it's burning in a remote area and is only five percent contained progress is being made on the growing buzzard fire in new mexico more than eighteen thousand acres have burned in the remote hilo national forest in southwestern new mexico that fire now thirty four percent contained president trump at a rally in tennessee repeating a campaign promise about forcing mexico to pay for that border wall they're going to pay for the wall and they're going to enjoy it okay to enjoy they do nothing for us on twitter mexico's president says it's never going to happen missouri governor eric greitens has announced his resignation effective on friday the last few months have been incredibly difficult for me for my family greitens admitted to having an affair with his hairdresser he was also accused of misusing charity donor list to raise money for his campaign a new study suggests there's little benefit in taking multivitamins why are we all doing it researchers looked at five years of data and found that taking multivitamins vitamin d calcium vitamin c had no real impact or risk when it comes to dying of heart disease or stroke folic acid and b vitamins however did seem to show some benefit the study appears in the journal of the american college of cardiology popular birth control pill is being recalled over the possibility that pills or incorrectly package drugmaker allergan says hormone and placebo pills were out of order in a sample pack of the oral contraceptive take tula the company warns that taking the pills out of order could result in an unintended pregnancy and finally they're making adjustments to the pikes peak highway after traffic increases due to the closure of the cog railway pike's peak america's mountain manager jack glazing says they'll figure out a way to make things easier on everyone appreciate that we are trying to work with everybody we know the locals do get aggravated but remember tourism does help drive the economy in colorado springs and the local areas officials from cdot and el paso county are putting their heads together planning for new signs and possibly.

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