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Fresh update on "sanchez" discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Past 8 in Barcelona, 13 minutes past 7, here in London. The United States embassy in Madrid received a suspicious package yesterday and 5 letter bombs have been sent to various targets in the country, including one to the Ukrainian embassy that ignited injuring an employee. Other explosive devices concealed in postal packages were sent to Spain's defense ministry, a European Union satellite center and an arms factory that makes grenades for Ukraine. Well, I'm joined now by Stephen Bergen, who is a writer and journalist for The Guardian and the observer based in Spain, and he joins me now from Barcelona. Good morning to Stephen. These packages were delivered across a two day period, but we're now also hearing reports that the Spanish prime minister Pedro Sanchez's office also received a letter containing an explosive device on November 24th, is this thought to be connected? At the moment, no connection has been made except with the ones that were all delivered in the past couple of days, the 6 that you mentioned, it's not there has been no statement yet whether there's a connection with the earlier package. All of the 6 were delivered by ordinary post, all in similar envelopes, all in the same handwriting. And that one of them that had not been well obviously as you said one exploded when employee Ukrainian embassy opened it. But the others have all bar one been destroyed by controlled explosions, but the one that hasn't is the key to what's going on and to the key to finding out who has actually sent these. Obviously it's an individual. And obviously it has some connection with the Russia's war in Ukraine given the targets are associated with either the government Ukraine or military people. And do we know exactly what the envelopes contain, what kind of explosive material? Yeah, well, it seems that the explosive is thought to come from fireworks, so somebody's been emptying out fireworks. And there's one report that they also contain small metal balls, which would if exploded would act as shrapnel. They're pretty amateurish, which doesn't mean that they couldn't cause harm. Fortunately, the one person who did open that suffered only very minor injuries. And I think that's all we know. I think they will probably track down who wrote them, who sent them. Either through handwriting or the forensics on the one that remains intact. Can you give us more detail about the recipients? Well, the recipients were the Ukrainian embassy. The Spanish president Pedro Sanchez, his defense minister margarita robles, and then there were two others, oh, and the U.S. embassy. And then one was sent to an armaments company and the other, as you mentioned to this, the EU satellite base that Tori Honda and that's the one that is intact and the one that they're examining. And to the packages come from within Spain. Yes, that's definitely they've all been sent within Spain and as I said by ordinary post. Has anyone claimed responsibility? No, nobody's said anything. Given the scale of, I mean, they're such small packages. I think somebody is trying to make a statement that sort of a provocation rather than any real intent to injure or kill. Has there been any comment official comment from Russia? No, not at all. There's been official comment from Ukraine telling embassies to tighten up security. And on that on that note, the Spanish government has not raised the terrorism alert level suggesting that they're not taking this as a major threat. I wonder how security is being stepped up though. Well, I think the embassies and possible government targets, there's people just a high level of alert and just the usual tightening up on security checks, ID and obviously the any male arriving at any of these destinations will be even more carefully screened. And Stephen, how is this been covered there? I'm wondering if it's affecting Spaniard's support for Kyiv for the war. Well, judging by this morning's papers, it's dropped down the news agenda. No, I don't think it would have any impact on people's overall support for the Ukrainian cause. And the government has made a statement that margarita robles, who was one of the targets, says, this will not in any way have an impact on Spain's support of Ukraine. Steven, thank you very much indeed. That was Stephen Bergen in Barcelona. Still to come, we'll head to Switzerland to review the day's papers, get the latest film news with Karen Krauss, and then monocle 24s Andrew Muller will be telling us about the stories he's been keeping an eye on. We learned that UNESCO's intangible cultural heritage list had once again ridden to the rescue of whimsical news monologues struggling for a punchline. This is the globalist. Stay tuned.
What Do These Election Results Mean?
"Asked all morning and late into last night as I was doing the commentary on network from both Fox News max and others, you know, what does this mean? Where does it go? Let's just try and sum up where we are. What was very interesting, very good last night if you were coming from a conservative defense. Number one was Florida. Ron DeSantis took a seat in which he won by really .1 .2% four years ago and won by 20 points last night. I mean, it was a complete beatdown in the state of Florida. Now, Charlie Crist was an awful candidate, should have never won. But then again, nobody wanted to run against Ron DeSantis in Florida because Ron had built up a not only a very high profile governorship with keeping the site open, working to keep businesses going. But he also, and there's a beyond the gap there of governance that Ron DeSantis and his administration did very well. And that was he did the administrative part well. I mean, the businesses were kept informed. The schools were kept running, the money was going out, the training, so to speak ground on time. When the hurricane hit, it was, I mean, you'll hear anything out of the Amy and was one of the most devastating hurricanes to hit South Florida on that side of the western side of this in years. And yet, I mean, the bridges are being put back together. People's homes are getting put back together. They've reduced the regulatory burden. And again, the mainstream media has left Florida. If they had not been doing so well far there would be inundated with national press talking about how bad the Sanchez did. And he didn't. He did a great job working that out. Again, now everybody is saying this is now an early referendum on 2024, especially with Donald Trump saying he's going to announce for president next week. Again, I think it makes an interesting case to see what happens. As we go forward here, will desantis take that opportunity to run against Donald Trump while others jump into the race. A lot of the conversation is that that will be true. Again, my heart take this second is just as I just hold on.
'Defenders of the West' Author Raymond Ibrahim Shares His Background
"Raymond Ibrahim, welcome to the program. Hi, Eric. Great to be with you. Thanks. Don't be nervous that you're sitting in for John's mirac. Others have done it before. Many of them have died, violent deaths. But I'm just saying, just put that out of your mind. But when John's mirac raves and raves about someone, it's really not difficult to us for us to understand, we need to get this person. And so we're just really grateful to you for coming on. And tell my audience a little bit about yourself. I mentioned that you're the author of a brand new book called defenders of the west, the Christian heroes who stood against Islam. What is your own background? I know you have an Egyptian background as well. Yeah, so my family is the cops Coptic every time I say that word coughs have to people ask me what precincts I come from, but cops Coptic of course the indigenous Christians from Egypt so my parents immigrated to the United States in the mid 60s. I was born and raised here. Because of that background being coming from a Christian minority sect from the Middle East, surrounded by Islam. I was always interested in, of course, in those issues, but then in college, as you mentioned, Victor David saints and was my professor for many years and I'm proud to say a friend and mentor and so forth. I naturally gravitated towards history, military history, and then long story short in 2001 when I was writing my master's thesis with the Victor Davis as Victor David Sanchez my chair. It was actually about the first military encounter between Islam and the west for really Christianity, Christendom. And because I was employing the languages I was studying, Arabic and Greek and so forth. And anyway, long story short, and then that's when 9 11 happened and I went to Georgetown university, studied there for a little bit in their contemporary center for Arab studies, which is, as I later found out, it was very ideologically charged. And I left there. Despite stellar performance, I might add straight age, but I had to leave there just because of the political reasons and then I got a job at the Library of Congress in the near east section where I dealt with Arabic materials and other Middle Eastern languages. Sounds writings by Al-Qaeda in the early 2000s and long story short. That got translated into my first book, the Al-Qaeda reader,
Braves miss chance to clinch NL East, lose 4-0 to Marlins
"The Atlanta Braves will have to wait at least one more day to clinch the national league east title after losing to the Marlins four zero in Miami while the mets were rained out in New York The Marlins jumped out to a quick two zero lead on first ending RBI doubles by Brian de la Cruz and Jesus Sanchez off Bryce elder Dela Cruz then blasted a two run Homer in the third to up the lead to four zero The magic number remains at one for Austin Riley and his teammates His team can do it So I'm not worried whatsoever so I'm not excited to get some sleep denied And kind of regroup and get back after it tomorrow Atlanta will have three chances to clinch on Tuesday with the mets playing a double header while the braise faced the Marlins again I'm Tom
Burnes outpitches Alcantara, Brewers edge Marlins 1-0
"Corbin burns in Devin Williams pitched the brewers to a one zero win over the Marlins keeping Milwaukee a half game behind the Phillies for the final NL wild card Burns struck at 7 and allowed four hits over 8 innings to add dual sandy Alcantara who scattered 5 hits over 8 frames Burns leads to the national league with 238 strikeouts Williams made things look dicey Loading the bases before fanning Jesus Sanchez to end it Garrett Mitchell had two hits and scored the only run on a sacrifice fly by rowdy teles in the 6th inning I'm Dave fairy
Spanish PM Sánchez says he has COVID, cancels appearance
"Spanish prime minister Pedro Sanchez says he has tested positive for COVID-19 The leader of Spain Socialist Party and the country's coalition government said in a Twitter post yesterday he was canceling his appearance at a socialist event marking the beginning of the new political season after the summer recess Sanchez did not say whether he was feeling ill or whether he would cancel other engagements He said I will keep working taking all precautions Last week Sanchez attended the United Nations General Assembly in New York President Biden was also there He returned to Spain for an official event on Friday I'm Julie Walker
CNN: Migrants' 44-Hour Visit Left Indelible Mark on Martha's Vineyard
"This was an actual headline at CNN. I had to double check this, but I verified it. It's an actual headline at CNN. CNN dot com. By ray Sanchez, CNN, headline, quote they enriched us. Migrants 44 hour visit leaves indelible mark on Martha's Vineyard, they enriched us for 44 hours before we kicked them out. That might be the best part of this entire chapter. Is watching progressives take a moral victory lap because they were able to tolerate illegals for 44 hours before the military escorted them out. Did you see the video of people lining up this weird parade of hugs? Goodbye. Thanks for visiting. You're gone. We love you. You enrich us, I guarantee you. Governor desantis is sitting there in his office in Tallahassee, saying to himself, wow. I didn't think they'd take the bait this badly.
Heat wave breaks in Southern California with spotty rain
"The wildfires in Southern California are feeling the lingering effects of what was hurricane K which quickly weakened into a tropical storm by the time it reached the state Right now there are 12 active wildfires since Cal fire's Isaac Sanchez and hurricane K helped battle blazes in the southern part of the state It did bring higher humidities and of course that's always a blessing when it comes to buyers But not in the north the mosquito fire near Sacramento so residents like Deborah fleeing We evacuated in my husband had two different shoes on While James Lowry stayed behind and was using a garden hose to spray down structures We've been fighting it all night My brother was right there last night when the fire jumped the line on mosquito Reggie came up on those streets And the flames were 300 feet in the air the trees were exploding The mosquito fire is the largest in California with over 33,000 acres burning as of Saturday morning and zero containment I'm Julie Walker
Ricky Martin Files $20 Million Extortion Lawsuit Against Nephew
"We spoke about Ricky Martin's lawsuit and his nephew coming after him about a month ago with this allegations of sex and some kind of affair they had, which is gross to think about. So now Ricky Martin and this all tie into my background and the newspaper and TV show the morning show. Ricky Martin is now saying, you know, he was persecuted, besieged, harassed, stalked, and extorted by this maladjusted person, also known as his nephew. And now he is suing who made these wild accusations against him. Ricky filed a lawsuit the other day against Dennis yadriel Sanchez, who the singer claims is trying to assassinate his reputation. Dennis, yadiel Sanchez, had claimed back in July that he had a 7 month long romance with Ricky Martin and when it ended, Ricky began stalking and harassing him. Something Ricky says his all bullshit, their feud filed a restraining order, but when the heat was on him, he withdrew the whole thing, and everybody said, oh, well, that means that it's all baloney. It was never true. So now Ricky is suing him. Because Ricky claims a month after Dennis withdrew that restraining order, he began sending messages to Ricky through Instagram, threatening to assassinate his reputation as integrity unless he came up with some big dough to shut him up. Ricky Martin says in the lawsuit before Dennis filed for a restraining order, he was publicly telling everybody about being Ricky's nephew, he was bombarding him with messages, sometimes more than ten in a single day for four months straight. And the messages Ricky says were clearly written by a mala adjusted individual. He says that if you just went rogue, posting Ricky's cell phone number on his Instagram. The nephew even, and this is gross. The nephew even made an Instagram account for one of Ricky's children. That's going way too far.
Flaherty solid in return to Cardinals; Sánchez, Nats win 6-0
"Animal Sanchez pitched 5 scoreless innings in CJ Abrams went four for 5 as the Washington Nationals beat the Saint Louis Cardinals three nothing Monday afternoon Jack flirty allowed one run on 6 hits and 5 innings for St. Louis and his first start since June 26th It was where this did the position that the team has put us in to be in the spot that we're at and the chance that we have going forward to make a run at this thing In fun watching me it's more fun to be a part of it St. Louis leads Milwaukee by 7 and a half games in the NL central David Solomon St. Louis
Judge connects again, hits MLB-best 54th HR, Yanks top Twins
"The New York Yankees open a home stand with a four game series versus a Minnesota Twins Labor Day afternoon and Aaron judge continued to excel doubling then scoring in the first thing on Josh Donaldson's RBI hit and breaking a two all tie in the 6th was 54th home run a two run shot they carried a two run bomb by former teammate Gary Sanchez just the sort of thing judge wants to do every day Moving a guy over driving a guy in you know making a play on defense That's what I'm focused on All the individual awards accolades that you
Realmuto homers as Phillies top lowly Reds 7-5
"The Phillies beat the reds for the third straight day is JT real Muto and Reese Hoskins led Philadelphia to a 7 5 victory Real muta sparked a four run third with a leadoff Homer Hoskins had three RBIs including a run scoring single that made it 7 four in the 7th Gene Segura added three hits for the Phillies who won the second NL wild card spot Kyle farmer and Stuart Fairchild Homer for the reds Christopher Sanchez struck out 7 in 6 innings allowing three runs and 6 hits to get the win David Robertson got three outs for his 18th save I'm Dave ferry
Nationals rally against Darvish, Hader to beat Padres 3-1
"Nelson Cruz's base is loaded walk broke a one one tie in the 9th inning as the Washington Nationals beat the San Diego Padres three to one What began as a pitcher's duel between annabelle Sanchez and yu Darvish dominated the game with Sanchez going 5 innings allowing just a solo home run to Manny Machado Today was the first time to a whole year that I'm able to throw every single page in any spark So when I'm able to do that I can get those kind of games The Padres lead for the third and final wild card spot in the national league was trimmed to one game over the Milwaukee Brewers Philip gon San Diego
Jays top Twins on overturned call in 10th; Baldelli ejected
"The Blue Jays came away with the split of their four game series with the twins winning three two and ten innings Whit merrifield scored the tie breaking run on an overturned column the tenth The call was reversed after catcher Gary Sanchez was deemed to have interfered with merrifield Kevin biggio supplied the tie breaking sacrifice fly that scored merrifield Bo Bichette hit an RBI double and Lourdes guriel junior added an RBI single putting Toronto ahead two zero by the third inning Blue Jay starter Kevin gausman pitched 6 scoreless innings allowing 6 hits and striking out 5 I'm Dave ferry
Gorman, Nootbaar homer as Cards beat Nats 6-2; Soto 1 for 4
"Nolan Gorman in Lars nubar hit back to back homers in the 6th inning of the Cardinals 6 two win over the nationals The redbirds led three to one until Gorman smacked the two run Homer off loser Annabel Sanchez Newt Barr's blast chase Sanchez St. Louis scored three in the third on a pair of ground outs in a wild pitch Miles Michael is allowed two runs in 7 innings for the cards who have their first winning streak in 13 days Then that's hit a pair of sacrifice flies but were zero for 9 with runners in scoring position I'm Dave ferry
Wright ties majors wins lead as Braves defeat Nationals, 5-4
"The braves hit three home runs on the night to back to pitching of Kyle Wright as they beat the nationals 5 to four right when 7 innings to improve to 11 and four dansby Swanson made Olsen and Michael Harris all hit long balls Harris's came in the 5th off starter and loser animal Sanchez I knew he had already thrown everything except if I was well up and then so I was I was looking there dead red and he gave it to me and I turned on it The Nats got homers from Josh bell and Michael Franco Franco's off Kenley Janssen in the 9th but Jansen earned his 21st save Craig heist Washington
Semien 4 RBIs, Seager HR power Rangers past Twins 9-7
"Marcus Simeon homered in laced an RBI triple as the rangers handed the twins to their third straight loss 9 7 Semi in three run blast in the fourth tied the game 6 6 One batter before Corey seeker went deep The game was not at 7 when semi and tripled home a run Cole Calhoun also slammed the three run shot as part of a 12 hit attack for Texas Minnesota tied its longest losing streak of the season despite a 6 run fourth that put the twins ahead 6 three Jose Miranda belted a three run Homer and Gary Sanchez hit a two run shot for the twins I'm Dave
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 3:11 a.m. EDT
"AP sports I'm David Schuster the New York Yankees move to an amazing 34 games over 500 Monday night with a come from behind 9 5 victory over Oakland Elsewhere American League Gary Sanchez had three hits a home run and four RBIs in Minnesota's 11 one round of Cleveland Toronto down Boston 7 two Texas defeated Kansas City ten to four LA edging Chicago four to three in Baltimore over Seattle moving to the national league Paul Goldschmidt had four hits in St. Louis's 9 zero shot out of Miami Colorado blanked the Dodgers four zero and Washington got by Pittsburgh three to two Off the field Major League Baseball handed out a total of 12 suspensions as a result of a bench clearing brawl Sunday between the angels and the Mariners LA manager Phil Nevin getting the biggest suspension of ten games From the diamond to the hard court Kyrie Irving has decided to opt in with Brooklyn next season at $36.5 million while John wall who recently negotiated a buyout with Houston he plans to sign with the LA clippers I'm David Shuster AP sports
Alonso hits two HRs, Mets beat Marlins 5-3
"Pete Alonso and Brandon nimmo carried the mets offense in their second straight 5 three win over the Marlins Alonso's second Homer of the day was a tie breaking solo shot in the 8th inning making a winner out of Chris Bassett And which Homer did Alonso like best Definitely the go ahead one but I mean to start off the game nice I mean that felt that felt really good too but definitely the go ahead He leads the national league with 22 home runs and 68 RBIs Nimmo had three of New York's 11 hits including a run scoring double in the 9th Bassett was reached for three runs and 6 hits over 7 innings Edwin Diaz picked up a 16th save by striking out the side in the 9th Jesus Sanchez and Brian Della Cruz homeward for Miami which is one in 5 versus the mets this season I'm Jane
"sanchez" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis
"And what would you say now? Now I would say I'm here as a professional, as well as everyone else in this courtroom..
"sanchez" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis
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Your child can start as early as ten weeks old and experience a continuing montessori education through middle school, our schools offer year round programming ten hours a day, 5 days a week, with few closures throughout the year compared to other schools, plus virtual school options for more information and to book a tour of one of our campuses, go to guidepost, montessori dot com that's guidepost, montessori dot com. Let's go back to 2018. A public defender had asked Adam more terror to testify as a gang expert in the trial of Alejandro loza, AKA youngster. Adam really study youngsters work and his case file. The guy was not exactly a model citizen. He'd beaten someone up. He'd been arrested before. He had a drug problem. But his graffiti to Adam's eye, the graffiti was really good. The tag that youngster used, though, looked pretty common. Adam kept pointing it out to me on our FaceTime tour. There it is right there. There's now there's a version of youngster. You see the difference, there's a 38 under that. So it's not the same youngster. Because it's a different branch. Right. Youngster was from gamma. Right. This guy is young and he's from 38. The police had caught Alejandro loza tagging. Red handed. But they'd accused him of a lot more than that caught him doing. And when Adam compared the graffiti, youngster was known to have done, with the graffiti he was just suspected of having done. He noticed some differences. I mean, there was just a bunch of different ways of the name young or youngster or young. And what I was what I believed was that it was really more than one youngster or young that there was maybe two what was older and one was younger. If I came here with a cop and said, explain all this to me. How well do you think they do? They do pretty well. Do you think they do pretty well? They're not always a 100% honest. They can decipher this stuff. They could. Yeah, they could, because it's pretty, it's pretty basic. Like nothing that I just showed you is complex at all. No, you're right. But it means making some distinctions that people don't normally make. Yes. And it means actually, it means actually looking at it. It's funny because this is sort of background noise in American life that this stuff is everywhere. And I'm kind of blind to it unless it's something that's just strikingly beautiful. I just think I was someone to face that highway. But that's not what that person is thinking. That person is thinking, I've actually communicated something pretty specific here. And some of its gang related and some of it's not. Some of it is by who it says it's by and some of it's by some imitator. You can really see that and you can tell some of the distinctions because you're actually interested, not law enforcement, they see exactly what you see. They see the distinctions, but they don't say it's possible that it's more than one person, we're not going to say that. Let's just say it's this one person so we can give them the felony. There was a bunch of graffiti signed youngs or youngster, but the script was different. And the changing names, that was also weird. Adam knew that graffiti artists seldom changed their signatures. They wanted people to know exactly who had painted it. He also knew that the best gang graffiti artists always spawned imitators. In one way to acknowledge the master was to adopt a similar name. There was also a more subtle question of youngsters motives. Which prosecutors didn't even care to ask. Why had Alejandro loza painted it all? It was gang graffiti, even his defense lawyer admitted that much. But to Adam, graffiti wasn't just graffiti. Let's go down here so I'll show you because I have a question about your own tagging. Did you think of it as art or did you think of it as something else? I thought it is a heart. The world saw youngsters work as gang graffiti and that was that. But youngsters are career was more interesting. He had a side hustle. Drawing people's portraits. He claimed he had no imagination, but he could capture perfectly in pain. Anything you put in front of him. Right down to the last strand of hair. He reminded Adam just a little bit of his younger self. Okay. Initially? Obviously, I was nervous and you'd only been there once before and that was when they put you in jail. Adam had never really thought of himself as an expert on anything except perhaps. On injustice. Which had been woven into his existence since he was a little kid. I was 14 years old when I first got arrested. And I was, I wasn't treated like a child. I was treated like a criminal and I had $5 worth of marijuana. I was treated like, I mean, I was handcuffed. I was put in a police car. I was taking a jail. I was booked. And my parents had to pick me up when my grandmother, you think about going to the courtroom, that's your memory. Yeah. So my memory is the courts have always been punitive. They've never been about any type of rehabilitation or justice or getting to the truth. It's always been punitive. But now he had to go to court to testify as an expert witness. I have no idea what to expect, honestly. What do you decide to wear? I wore slacks, and I wore a collared short sleeve shirt, which I did not recommend doing, and I would not do again. Why is that? Because it's appropriate to wear a suit and tie in the courtroom. Right. And I realized that now, and that's how I dress. Now, but at the time, I just wore slacks and a collared shirt. He's wearing the wrong clothes. He's nervous. And they aren't taking him seriously. You can see this in the court transcripts. When the judge tells the prosecutor that he's going to allow Adam to testify, the prosecutor replies, he's going to admit to being a murderer, and I'm not sure anything gets more prejudicial than that. He was asking me if I was if I got paid to be there. And initially, I was like, how is that relevant? And I know what he's doing, but I felt uncomfortable talking about getting paid to be there like if I was doing someone a favor because they gave me money and I was not there to provide a service..
"sanchez" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis
"In court, just raise your hand? Qualify. Submit your credentials as an expert. There aren't any hands. I'm seeing some smiles. Jessica, you ready? Let's give it a shot. All right, so you're on the stand, you have been called, you have stated your name, and you've been sworn in and so I'm going to qualify you as an expert, okay? Could you tell us about your education? My education was received AGD, and I'm currently a college student. And I was, I grew up in a gang invested neighborhood do you have any personal experience with gang involvement? Yes, I do. I joined a gang and at 17, I was arrested. What game? What game? I'm sorry. Do we have to say this? I'm sorry. Yeah, we're in court. That's the question. Sean's just being a lawyer. But they're response is the opposite of the guy who taught people to type with their toes. They're not full of conviction or enthusiasm. And that makes sense. To testify is to violate the basic codes of the street. How did it feel? I'm not comfortable with, you know, speaking to anybody who's in a position to ask me a question like that, it's very uncomfortable. I felt like I sensed you as an attorney and I don't mean no disrespect to you. But from a white male in a suit, it just feels like it's coming from a top. Yeah. Or somebody in a authority figure. Yes, no disrespect taken. But when you were there, you were feeling the heat. And I'm your lawyer. I'm your friend. And we're just talking about your qualifications. We haven't even got into the substance of the matter. And you're feeling the heat. What's it gonna feel like when the DA stands up and tries to make fun of you on cross examination? It's now rhetorical. Shawn's just getting a lot of blank stares here. I want you to understand his professor Kennedy. It's just that this is the first time that we're on this side. A lot of times everything that a person has ever said in their lives, especially being black or Latino, have always been used as a weapon against us. So I don't want you when you hear Dominika, you can hear Jessica and they're kind of hesitant. It's not that they don't trust you because they wouldn't even be in this process if they didn't trust us in the process, but it's just, you know, working.
"sanchez" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis
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We believe every child is worthy and capable of thriving in an educational system that has been designed specifically for them, which is why our curriculum is deeply individualized and designed to inspire a love of learning through hands on practical work. Your child can start as early as ten weeks old and experience a continuing montes education through middle school, our schools offer year round programming ten hours a day, 5 days a week, with few closures throughout the year compared to other schools, plus virtual school options for more information and to book a tour of one of our campuses, go to guidepost montessori dot com that's guidepost, montessori dot com. There are kind of two distinct phases in kind of modern American legal history. Emily schulman is an expert on expert witnesses. She also lectures at Harvard Law School. She's here for a very brief lesson on what qualifies as expertise in the court. For a surprisingly long time, there was one case that Supreme Court case that governed evidence law. And that was called the fry case. And so it was experts had to satisfy the fried test. What was the fry test? You know, boil down to its essence, it really just said that expert witnesses could testify if what they were testifying to sort of their expertise was generally accepted in the scientific community. So it's related to science right from the beginning. That was it. That was the yardstick. So I can't be an expert on horoscopes. Not on horoscopes. No. Not on horoscopes, but you could claim a scientific basis for all sorts of other stuff. Bite marks, arson. All you needed was a cluster of people in your field to agree that what you were doing was science. Handwriting analysis, for example. Little cottage industries develop and you know, one handwriting expert says, yeah, there is such a thing as handwriting expertise and the other says, yeah, I agree with you. And you know, the next thing you know, you have a little, you know, handwriting expert kind of community that is doing pretty well for itself. And there you have it. Under the cover of science, a lot of dubious experts got paid to serve as witnesses. And in criminal cases, these experts overwhelmingly serve the prosecution. That changed in 1993 when a mess of a case based on pseudoscience got appealed all the way to the Supreme Court. Ultimately, the Supreme Court said, yeah, we're no longer going to just kind of roll over in the face of scientific consensus, like we have our own standards to uphold. And the kind of new view was that experts could testify if their testimony was going to be helpful to a jury and they were offering scientific or technical or some other kind of specialized knowledge. To the jury. So now the trial judge decides who can be an expert. This of course just substitutes one problem for another. It's still a highly subjective process. But a telling process. Because the courtroom is the one place in American life that tries to be super precise about experts. An expert who lies on the stand can in theory go to jail. And yet even now, the justice system has trouble figuring out some very basic things about experts. Okay, everyone, welcome to the first substantive part of the independent forensic gang expert college at Loyola law school. Sean Kennedy is a former public defender, now an associate Professor of law at Loyola law school in Los Angeles. This is going to be expert witness one O one. And I'm going to tell you how and why I believe every single one of you is ready right now. Today, to qualify as a forensic gang expert in state and federal courts in California. Shawn's in a zoom box and in a dozen other zoom boxes, a dozen former gang members watch Sean talk. He starts by explaining the problem, which they all more than understand. The cops who serve as gang experts often don't know much. And never know as much as they claim to know. Peak absurdity came back in 2016, in a case of involving a man named Sanchez. And led to what got called the Sanchez problem. In the Sanchez problem is police gang expert case where the cop went up there and testified everything in this trial is all about the defendant did everything because it was for the benefit of the street game. But the cop had no interaction with the case. He didn't know the defendant, he didn't do any investigation, didn't do any preparation for his testimony. He just got up there and repeated what was on the police report and said, I'm an expert after Sanchez, the California Supreme Court ruled that anyone who wanted to be a gang expert had to know something about the case about the defendant or at least about gangs. Hence Sean Kennedy's training class. So we need some new experts. You are those experts. Sean's held a bunch of these classes. This one's online and the students are all women. Sean lays out the stakes. And then leads them into the meat of the course. A role playing game. So let's try it. Do I have anyone of our experts budding experts who wants to qualify the way it would be done.
"sanchez" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis
"Back in 1988, the state of California passed a new law. More than 30 other states would go on to copy it. The new law allowed prosecutors to demand extra prison time for anyone convicted of a crime committed on behalf of a gang. If you robbed a gas station, you might get 7 years in jail unless you did it for a gang. In which case you might get 20 years. These so called gang enhancements affect roughly 12,000 inmates just in California right now. 92% of these people serving extra time or black or Latino. An amazing statistic. So for the past 30 years, American juries have had to decide not just whether a defendant is guilty or not guilty. They also have to decide, gang member or not gang member. Did he rob the gas station for the gang? Or just to pay for his drug habit. When he committed his crime, what exactly was going on inside his head? To figure it all out, courts have relied on a new kind of expert. The gang expert. For 30 years, that expert has almost always been a police officer, almost always a male police officer. And this officer almost always testifies that he's sure that whatever crime was committed. Was for the benefit of a gang. I don't know. Maybe it's just me. But I'd have thought it's at least possible to find someone out there with a clearer sense of the motives of the kids who wind up in gangs. Someone who's actually had the experience. Okay. Okay, so we're going to get on the car LJ's going to take our phone. All right. We're going that way, right? We're headed towards the overpass. It's actually not all that hard to find someone like that. Someone who's actually had the experience. My producers did it in less than a day. So whose territory are we in now? You're still in showtime. Adam or Tara is a former gang member of San Diego's shell town gamma boys. There are two branches of shelltown, so you have shell town, which is the neighborhood. Yep. And then you have the two branches, this 38th street, and chemistry. So you're going to see the ganger feed, you're going to see a lot of the three 8s, and then you're going to see the GBS, which is gamma boys, and then gamma street. So you see on the floor where you're walking. Yeah, yeah. Adam lives in LA now, but he's giving me a tour of his old neighborhood over FaceTime. I'm walking through a part of San Diego that some urban planner had once clearly hoped would be a park. But instead it's become a place people avoid at night. It's nestled beside a freeway overpass, and so there are lots of concrete surfaces. And just about every inch of them is covered in graffiti. To me, it's just an incoherent mass of shapes and letters. To Adam, it's a language. You see the GBS right there? Yeah, right there? It's GBS gamma boys. That's the gamma boys, all right? Yes. So if you keep walking and I'm you're probably going to see youngster's name right there because I'm pretty sure I saw it when I was there. Oh yeah, that was that youngster. Youngster. That's the name of someone with a talent for spray painting who Adams taken in interest in. Why? I'll explain in a minute. For now I just want you to listen. To a guy who knows a lot, teaching me a guy who knows nothing. And what's the X over the end? Did someone try to exit out? They put an X over the end because one of the rivals of shao town is National City so that in they put an X on it as a form of disrespect. Got this so much meaning in this thing. And why is there an X on the bottom of the Y? That part, I don't know. I was walking down under the freeway into what amounted to the museum's main gallery. Adam was taking a trip down memory lane. To a time when it was his name on these paintings. Carico, he signed himself little parrot because his older brother was the big parrot. So I started off with writing gang graffiti on the walls, getting into some fist fights. Up until about the age of 14, Adam would have defined the word gang as just the people he hung out with. He'd adored his dad, but his dad had vanished when he was 5. Shell town was shockingly dangerous to keep safe, Adam stuck close to his older brother and his friends. Without them, he was likely to be robbed or beaten or worse. I was shot at a few times and then when I got shot at, I realized this is very serious and I need a weapon that is more in line with what's going on in my life and because of the violence became so intense, I started carrying a weapon which was a pistol, a gun, but his main activity for years was this graffiti. That was how you showed your devotion to the gang when you were a little kid by painting the gang symbols all over the place. On days he was feeling reckless, Adam would sneak into the territory of rival gangs and paint on their walls. So tell me what you did that got you in trouble with the law. Okay, initially I got arrested for possession of marijuana at 14 vandalism, writing on the walls, gang graffiti, assault with the firearm on three people, and ultimately I committed a gang related murder when I was 17 years old. Was it against the rival gang member? Yes, it was against the rebel gang member. So some gang members, including my older brother, were in front of my house one evening. Drinking, talking, shooting dice, typical hanging out. And a rival gang came and shot at them and hit a few people, my grandmother was home. My brother's wife, his child, his newborn daughter was home. So me and my rage, I went looking for those rival gang members, and I found one of them, and I am responsible for taking his life Adam pled guilty to murder back in 1991. His sentencing was complicated because he was still a minor. He remembers the system trying to figure out if there was any hope for him. And one of the psychological evaluations, the psychologist asked me, if you could do anything, if you have any impact on the world, what would it be? And I remember telling them I would help address the ozone layer because at the time that was a big problem in 1991. And it really, really threw him off because he was expecting something completely different and he told me like, you know what, you're really different. You are the average gang member, but at the same time you're not. Adam is still only 17 years old. His lawyers argued that he should be released at the age of 25 and given another chance. But he was tried as an adult and the fact that he'd been in a gang probably didn't help his case. He wound up being sentenced to life in prison. Behind bars, he remained affiliated with his old gang, but more and more as an anthropologist of gang life than as a member. He learned everything he could about gang culture, gang sociology, gang law. He was a model prisoner, and in 2013, after 22 years,.
"sanchez" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis
"A decade ago, some law professors set out collecting data on all wrongful convictions in the United States. The national registry of exonerations, they call their project. They only collected data going back to 1989. That was the first year that DNA analysis could offer definitive proof of a wrongful conviction. They've now counted more than 3000 wrongful convictions. 3000 people sent to prison when they should not have been. Almost 27,000 years spent behind bars. All by people who should never have been there in the first place. And that's obviously just the tiniest sliver of the problem. These were the people who were able to find people to help them. Even with this small sample, the law professors could see some patterns. The reasons why justice often miscarries in America. There were two big ones the first reason isn't all that surprising. The behavior of the police. They are intimidating and threatening suspects. They're intimidating and threatening witnesses. Simon Cole is a law professor at UC Irvine, who now runs the exonerations project. They're getting people to lie, they're hiding evidence, just a whole litany of kind of behaviors like that. The second reason for all the wrongful convictions was a bit less obvious. The expert witnesses who take the stand in trials and help the prosecution. In about a quarter of the wrongful convictions, the experts were at least partly responsible. The classic one is microscopic hair comparison. Where it's kind of well understood now that you could say a person might be the source of a hair, but no one in the microscopic hair comparison discipline would ever say now that a hair must come from one person from you, Michael Lewis and not from any other person. But at the trial, they say something like the defendants the source of the hair. So they've greatly overstated the value of the evidence and what the evidence can do. People have been convicted and sentenced to life in prison or even death on the word of hair experts. Bite mark experts. Ballistic experts. Experts used to take the stand to claim with certainty that a fire was arson. The actual science proved that the fire experts were almost always wrong. A bunch of people were convicted for setting fires that were not, in fact, set by anyone. It's not that the expert witnesses know nothing. Is that they don't know nearly as much as they claim. The FBI pulled a bunch of its transcripts from its own experts. And said we're going to go through these transcripts and see if they testified erroneously. Again, it doesn't mean they made an error in the hair analysis. It doesn't mean the guy was innocent. It doesn't mean the hair wasn't from the guy, but did they overstate the testimony. Right. Yes, they did. In 96% of cases, right? All the time. And this is the FBI. If their experts are screwing up in this way, it's hard to imagine that most other experts aren't as well. This seems to be like across the board and these expertises that it's just a systematic overstatement of one's level of certainty. And I'll tell you why I think that is, right? I think the lawyers try to make you do it. That's their job to get the expert to go as far as.
"sanchez" Discussed on Against the Rules with Michael Lewis
"Dot com slash IT automation. Pushkin. When I was a little kid, my father used to tell this story. About when he was a young lawyer in New Orleans. It was one of those stories that sound a bit different to you as a grown-up than as a child, but maybe all stories do. Anyway, in my father's telling, he'd just started at a law firm. And that firm had been hired by a big.
"sanchez" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Sanchez with you on this Wednesday edition of the show. Now I'm going to be very interested to hear what Joe Biden has to say tomorrow about his three pronged plan. To fight Covid. This guy can't do anything right? And when I keep hearing Jen Circle back around sake, which I like to call her sukiyaki sake. Smell like sweat socky socky. It makes me laugh. She is so unbelievable and transparent and very mean. Very mean. She's a mean person. You could just see it. Trying to say, the more we get vaccinated, though, the more we can get back to our normal lives. Well, that's not what these reports are telling us because there are more people vaccinated now than there were a year ago. There was no vaccine a year ago. Okay? Real simple friends. Simple math here. And there's a 300% increase in positive covid. Positivity Richard 300% up from less Labor Day and there wasn't a vaccine yet. How is this possible? I'll tell you how it's possible because I believe and I'm no doctor and no scientists. I don't pretend to be. I believe that This vaccine. Is, in fact. Spreading it. So what? I believe more people have gotten vaccinated, so I believe that it is spread. That's why a lot of people are getting sick and these so called breakthrough cases we went from 95% effective to about 42%. Depending on what you believe out there. It's in. Great. It's incredible. It's crazy. It's crazy Town. And when you have Joe Biden Not really caring too much about the citizens of this country, obviously not caring about those American citizens left in Afghanistan. You've got the Taliban celebrating on September 11th. They're having their inauguration on that date. Don't you think that's a direct slap in the face to America? Of course it is. I mean, I like what Trump said. Because you know what? Let's be honest America still trump country. Donald Trump made it very clear. Talk to Newsmax today and he said, Look, we rebuilt the military. In Afghanistan. And they gave it to the Taliban. It's true are these people such cowards where they lay down everything and said, Oh, yeah, Taliban takeover. I mean, my God there for 20 years, our military is never allowed to do what they do best. And they're treated horribly. This is insane. This is sad. It's discouraging. It's nuts, and experts are saying that Isis, in fact, is planning a 9 11 style situation, and they're concerned that they can't vet these refugees fast enough efficiently enough because the fake papers and things that are being presented and we literally could have problems in this country. Are you going to try to tell me that we're probably not going to have a problem in this country going forward? With these extremists that are coming over and we're giving them free health care. I'm not saying all of them. Of course not. I didn't say all of them. If 70,000 come in and just 5000 are radicalized. We're in trouble. Does that not make sense to some of you? All right, let's go ahead and get right back to business. Casey, you're up next. Welcome to the program. Good evening, Steve. Thanks for taking my call. I'm sure you get all these points have been on tonight. I'll start with the virus since that's what you're talking about. I do believe that all this uptick in cases is because people got vaccinated and three facts. I know about the vaccination as he can still get it. You can still spread it and he still deployment. One fact. I know about this virus is, uh Does not live in UV light, and, uh, as far as Afghanistan stuff, there's only one thing I've seen that Joe Biden kept his word on that he'd be out. On the 31st August after he the week before he had promised he would not leave. Unless all the American citizens were out of that. What you say said Yes. No, you're you're absolutely correct. So sad. Very disappointing. Uh and I have no faith in this leader of ours. And I appreciate the call Casey have no faith in Joe Biden at all. I mean, if you still have faith in Joe Biden is great. I think you're probably very few. And you know, the crazy part is is that many people still do support the guy. They think he's doing a good job. I mean, literally. If you're on the left or on the writer, or you're a Republican that voted for Joe Biden, let's just put it this way. Make it simple. If you're a Biden supporter, and you believe he is doing a phenomenal job, please enlighten all of his dummies. We'd like to know we're missing something. Please enlighten all of us. We're missing something, especially to those that are at Walmart or Home Depot, saying if this is a return or an exchange, please enlighten us. We know your coast Guard duty. Uh, literally gives you military experience. And maybe you can enlighten us on how your commander in chief has left Americans behind that right now are being held hostage by the Taliban not being allowed to leave the airport. Please enlighten us How this Afghanistan withdrawal made complete sense. Please enlighten us. Help us. Help us How Covid is actually worse. According to reports, please. You have this medical training and the superiority to us dummies. Please enlighten us, please. Help us Scott, You're up next. Welcome to the show. Just remember Steve All. Joe Biden wants your arm e I e I o and in your army wants some jabs, E I e I o with a job job here and you know Old Joe Biden..
"sanchez" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You're experiencing Steve Sanchez. All right. Welcome back Steve Sanchez with you on this Friday edition of the show. 100,000 evacuees. 5000 of those are Americans. Thousands of Americans still left. In Afghanistan. The deadline is October. Excuse me August 31st, which is Tuesday. Obviously there's going to be a lot of people left behind and we have this. Annette sitting president. That really doesn't know too much. I mean, for the White House to state, another terrorist attack in Afghanistan is likely. That means more allies and more Americans and more innocent are killed. The diode, confirming that thousands of Isis prisoners have been released by the Taliban. The equipment left behind are United States equipment left behind like the biometric equipment. Is being used right now hot targets by the Taliban. But Joe Biden says, Hey, I'm completely comfortable and confident and Blinken. I'm completely comfortable in my generals. And that should be a big concern, especially with all the unvetted refugees coming into the country That should scare the hell out of anybody. Does me That is a tremendous concern that I have So here's my question before we went to break Is America. In more danger today. Then before 9 11 think about that one for a minute. Before 9 11. Obviously there were things being planned that we didn't know about. And then there were some things that we were warned about and W didn't take serious. You know, Bill Clinton could have took Osama bin Laden out back in the day decided to go against that recommendation from his military. Because he's such a dummy. He was too busy with the intern. Is America and more danger today than before. 9 11. Let's go ahead and jump right to our busy calls. First up tonight is Gary. Gary, Welcome to the program. How you doing? Very good. Just like to let you know that I'm not normally a person that calls up radio shows, but It seems as though you know, I listened to you and you know, we're really kind of on the same wavelength. It's just so obvious. I can't believe that American people can't really see the obvious. It's when it's so clear to me, just as it is, You sure know it's then that's what some frustrated Gee, and to respond to your question. No, I do not believe America is safer now than it was before 9 11. Yeah, we're in trouble are McGary put it out there where adults were in trouble. We are we are and it's just so it's so plain and obvious. And you know, it's like here's the Southern border is open. I mean, what's to prevent, you know them from infiltrating this country? It's you there, and I think you're right. We're going to start to see, I think like Europe has seen for, you know at least a decade or more. You know random acts of terror. Right, you know? And it's sad. It saddens me. No, I'm with. You know I'm with you. Well, I'm honored that I was your first call into a talk show. I appreciate it. We're definitely on the same page. But you know, what we have to do is just stand stand for our families, our neighborhoods or communities and just keep looking over our shoulder. That's not the way we want to live in America. But unfortunately, I think that Gary is how we're going to have to start living in America. I, You know, it's really disheartening. But those are actually true words. No, no, I'm with you. Well, I appreciate the call. Thank you Have a great weekend 7022575396. Is how you join the conversation. Is America. In more danger today. Then before 9 11. Want you to think about that one. I'm quite concerned. I'm quite concerned that the vetting process is opening up a Pandora's box. I am quite concerned that we're going to see a, um remnants of France. Where of radicalization has happened even in London, and we sing problems. How could we say that? We're not going to Don't want that to happen. I pray that doesn't happen. But I'm a numbers guy. Statistically. When you're bringing in thousands and thousands of unvetted Afghans and for I mean not even getting covid tests that goes to show where the Covid narrative is. You're gonna You can't tell me that even 10% may not be problems even if it was 1%. That is a big problem for America. If you've got 70,000 and 70,000 unvetted Afghani is coming in. And just 1000 of them are radicalized. And they break into different areas in the country. And terror cells start being unleashed or you're going to try to tell me that.
"sanchez" Discussed on Journey of Ruth
"Because sure. Did some of them have like seminary backgrounds. Yes did all of them. No but the one thing that they were they were able to be willing to go where god ask them to talk to who god barat into their life and be honest about their relationship with christ not hiding it but like being open about that relationship that they had with jesus christ and so i think sometimes that's a misconception about discipleship and about if we think about actually being a missionary if you will is that you have to be so knowledgeable and no everything when really. It's you just have to be willing and to to submit to what god has called us to do because it is. It is a command to everyone in matthew. Twenty eight that we are to make disciples and it doesn't give a stipulation it doesn't give Like a gift like okay if you have the gift of teaching or if you have the gift of shepherding or pasturing that you're the people that are supposed to make disciples but it was and that was spoken to a bunch of men who were uneducated fisherman right. Just do what i did. Yes basically continue to do what i did. Yeah yup who listeners. You know how grateful..
"sanchez" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast
"It's like literally going to double tiebreakers For total wins and and and and goal differential but but but overall i mean i think it's good to see them get the win. I think that was they. Have they have squandered so many games on last minute opportunity. I was worried this was going to be yet. I was worried they were going to lose. E you know yes actually get to the goldman great. Bright had some opportunities at opportunities in this game i think the spirit outplayed them. But we've seen time and time again. This team outplay their opponent. And lose it at the end and we've seen it you know. They lost the two to nothing. Houston i was worried. This was going to be another incidence incident. Like that. and then ash ashley sanchez. Pull something out of her hat. I really hope we we have or michael jordan game. I think it was like a game. She'd have a good i. She was wherever she was dealing with. Whatever she had to do then came out and won the game. Yeah yeah i think it was. It was mightily important as far as the team. Getting sort of taking back some of the some of the narrative it's been sort of surrounding this team Not not completely taking it away. But just kinda wrestling back in. And and and brings some positive to to the to the spirit and and really underselling. Whatever how much. I think fans everybody wants this team. They believe in the team. That's been built In what's there in the pieces that are there. Yes they may be need some a couple more pieces But they they believe in. What's there there. There is a very very talented young team. And i think a lot of fans are kind of hoping this stays together. And i think this game you know is emblematic of that. You have your your to most exciting stars link up on on an amazing goal To to win the game at the end and those are the types of moments that we got. You know watching this team make that run to the championship and i am petrified. That all the all the off field drama that that also came with that team is going to leak. Its way into this team. And we're gonna we're gonna have to basically start over again and that would be very very sad for this podcast which loves to watch teams. That are good teams winning So just just two. Quick rain on the parade North carolina courage have won their last three coming into coming into sunday their goal differentials plus thirteen spirits is one Just just to get an idea of of how crazy. The top of the table is both thorns and north carolina have thirteen goal differential sitting on twenty nine twenty seven points And it's i would say other. North carolina has been much worse away their three two and two versus eight. Four and three at home are sorry five two and one at home. Three two two away. this could be a tough challenge that now the spirit have most mostly their full complement of defenders available defensive. Sort of been the leaky boat for a while. They've added they've had a rough go of it. I think that earlier on the season. They are much tighter than they than they have been so. I'm hoping to see how that goes. I emily sawa great amazon. Look absolutely fantastic. Chris wards today..
"sanchez" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast
"Sure that takes away that takes away from their ultimate team. That's how it works. So i'm talking about now. And he football where. It's free to play like i feel like would be. This is an opportunity here to like a like a loop crate type situation you buy. You don't know who you get you get you get a new league. Costs fifteen dollars beginning the finish their division or you could be getting and wwl who knows. Yeah w. selby in this game correct. I believe that's i think that's correctly and gobi women's women's teams well not this year but the following year as that. That's an football manager. I hadn't heard about football bringing that into their. I could be wrong around. But it's interesting to see. Because i think it's interesting from a concept of just changing. I mean for for a while you know p. s. e. Football has always been kind of kind of to the side. Anyone hoping i think there were some. I was in some chat with dc fans about this news and everything and they're like maybe mls will sign up with equal bottling. That's happening They have they have. They are hook line and sinker with e. Mls and you know. Playing on fifa a fever is the more popular game. Probably going to sell the most copies all that stuff so Yeah dazed Porpoise ninety seven says. I thought that was football manager. Full manager i know is looking to bring women's soccer in there so that'll be interesting. I'm definitely trying to. I'm watching Zealand on youtube to get up on football manager. I'm trying to to learn how to play. It isn't tense ted. I opened it up one time and like oh no no no no no not for me never meet also f ted figures it out ted wolf streaming on twitch. That'd be cool. I guess they would. You guys watch me like i was thinking the cool thing to do would be to take over. Dc next year and do like me versus lozada each week. Play a match and see like how how how much better i can do at a video game. Mind you not real life. How much better. I could do that. that are non lozada. Let's do it with great ba- fun but yeah but a judge. You had some news. Go ahead your news just sort of a. I think the two things one of one of this is not necessarily soccer related yet. But i think it will be so Tops who has made baseball cards for ever for my entire lifetime sewer three Was previously the mlb rightsholder for baseball board. So other other companies could produce a cards but sometimes they would have no logos on the jerseys. It was stupid basically. It was down. You could do it. But i you know i would never buy them but The weird part here is fanatics won the right to be have mlb baseball license fanatics. If you remember the company that now owns pretty much every like web presence of for merch for every sport basically is is facts and losses fanatics european. I ordered some stuff from chelsea's megastore that's fanatics uk They're everywhere they make their own in house brand and what they do there is..
"sanchez" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast
"Archie refugees. Podcast the third episode of the week Third yet of the week which is a lot of episodes. So thank you if you've listened to all three very excited for this week's episode. We've got actually sanchez The washington spirit. Actually thank you for joining us. Absolutely excellencies for you so far and we'll counts your first full season as a pro. How did last year's challenge cup long gap and then fall series. Help you prepare for a full slate of seemingly million games. And what is the full entity all season. I think definitely prepared me. Because i was able to get some games or him bell and that was like really hopeful going into like a real season. I think i was just super excited. Law shooter like finally. Just get in a game but Yeah i mean we had some really good competition. And i think although it wasn't a full season definitely prepared me for what happened next year. So the only bummer. Right is that you didn't have. I feel like the good thing. that happens. rookies in the first full season. Is they hit that sorta wall. There's a lot more games in college season. So you sort of get acclimated to that. Beat him really get that. This is this is this. Is that year for us. So now you're going into the real thick part of the season and the heat and now you're getting to do that now. Yeah well guess locally. I won't hit. That will not haven't hit it yet. So how are you carrying the heavy burden of the future legend award from the challenge cup last year. You plan any sort of hall of fame speech. It's got a heavy mantle to carry. I feel like four any no honestly after last year. I didn't. I haven't really thought about it at all this year. So i'm like a new year no real season. I think i'm just trying to get better than i was last. I just love the name of the award like they could not have picked a headier title for the future goat definitely. Mvp of the season for future legend. I just that's a great name for an award. You gave an interview. I think at the beginning of last year that you enjoyed creating goals for others more than you like scoring yourself. Is this still true. And i ask because you're not shy to shoot the so far this season near certainly not. You're not you're not not wanted score goals either but do you still feel like. That's that's secondary to setting somebody up. Yeah i mean. I think they go pretty hand in hand because the way i look at it as missus. His goal But i think going off of last challenge cup and into the full series. Where jewish just like. What like. I would get any spots where i would eat a player in a box or something and then i would like take an extra touch which is like shoot the ball like you pod wide open backhoes near both whatever and so this year i was like you know what i'm just gonna take some more shots ensuite hopkins so because i think i was just waiting for like.
"sanchez" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Show the show that get you in front of your best audience and keeps you there monitoring on your host end up saving receiving some wonderful favor. Thank you so very much. It's so inspiring. And it keeps me so motivated to bring you wonderful guest today on the line with alvarez garcia sanchez. Were to the show ever the someone having me not a problem at all ever now. Today's co we're going to be spending some time talking with our our about how the mind works. Distress monster mindset versus mental blocks towards success and personalities in business. But before we do any of that alvarado it's customary for us to learn a little bit about us. Wonder if we could start off by learning about where you're located in this big wide wonderful world is home for you. Well i winning key worn with. Add and more with obesity. And then they start to think. Something's wrong with me. And i said to find out why he's going going with me when i started to do is to find the way stood change my model and then some moment looking for answers because i was curious to see how the recently things happen and i was asking question all the time they can tolls like everybody else. They asked questions. I get to answers and they study a lot to do. The most can and i mean his coaching gymnastics. Track and field in a lot of sports are the liberal swearing. Resume all my life fantastic. So where are you in the world. Where do you live here in. Atlanta georgia fantastic. And what is it about atlanta georgia. That you lock the nice. Have you lived there for a long time years ahead. Like air fifteen years. Where like is the bee's the piece here is basically the whole life. Then give me the opportunity to prepare everything and to study more. So what do you like to do as time goes by. Do you have any particular hobbies that you enjoy doing do a. Us sportsperson what he like. Two yes is unspoilt person since kid due to war with my obesity sports then still doing still doing it if fantastic now. Do we have a big problem. I would think not another medical practitioner by any stretch our in terms of obesity. We've we've got a lot of people in society that are obese. What do you say to people at that is there..
"sanchez" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Sanchez hanging out with you on this President's Day edition of the show. Before we get back to our busy calls. I want to let you know that tomorrow the Clark County Commission will be meeting at 9 A.m. in the commission chambers over there off of Grand Central Parkway. Right. So here's the deal. The media's gonna be live streamed at Clark County, Nevada dot Go. That's you know, Clark County envy dug up. The reason I'm bringing this up is they are going to discuss and vote. Tomorrow regarding renaming McCarran International Airport to Harry Reid National Airport or Excuse me International Airport Now I'm totally against this. Many of you are totally against this Steve SAS Cecil Act is totally for it. And I guess here's what I have to bring to your attention. If you're sick and tired of this cancel culture, you're sick and tired of giving people rewards for things that they have not done for the state of Nevada. Then you need to speak up. How do you do that One. My show is over. Go to Clark County and V dot Go and send emails and let your voice be heard. 9 A.m.. Tomorrow is the commission chambers. I don't know if the public is allowed to go in. But at the end of the day, it is also live stream. Make your voice heard. Hell leave messages tonight and let them know that you do not want to have the airport change for McCarran over to Harry Reid. Now McCarran was a Democrat. But let me be very honest with you. He was a conservative Democrat. Those very rare breed. Today. He did a hell of a lot for Nevada and for Las Vegas. There's no question about it. So if you're is grossed out as I am, and I hate to say that, but I am going to say, because it's true. Why do we want to reward Harry Reid? Harry Reid with a renaming something so significant? Name the airport because once it's name, baby, it's going to be there for well, at least my generation. So if you don't want this happening, make your voice heard. You can also go to their Facebook page for counting Nevada's Facebook page. Make your voice heard Pakis. L handled my show on Friday night, and no, he mentioned this. I did some Facebook posts and social media post over the weekend. And I'm letting you know Now, this is our last chance before tomorrow, and they make a vote on it. All right, let's go ahead and get back to business. Brady, you're next. Welcome to the program. Yeah, right on Steve. I don't know if you've seen what's going on across the country right now, with all those cool brother and I think God has a great sense of humor. Because every time the Democrats try to do.
"sanchez" Discussed on Larkspur Dance & Choreography Podcast
"Is important work. I love that. I can't believe the most important things that you have learned and for sure it groom dance team. I love that exactly dave. This was so Thank you so much for doing this with a thank you i mean it's it's really been a pleasure to get to know you over the years. My gosh thinking that like you know i. I don't know. I feel like after talking to you on this level and normally where like we're doing other stuff but i feel like i know you even more now just on a on a different level. I'm so glad that you did this. Because i think a lot of people feel that way to. It'll it'll I think help us get to you on a on a different level as well so you are not on social media but dance team union. Most certainly is and they've got an awesome website. Are that is. It danced him. Union dot com is that what dot com also instagram and yet moving a lot more to video and audio like a kind of like a yahoo type. A preview of fence coming up and recaps of events that happened and me were. We're going to keep pushing to to give coaches and teams. You know all the all the respect Adoration that they absolutely desert that hard of what. We believe in archaic. Okay awesome. thank you so much dave. Go check him out. danced him. Union dot com. Follow him on their socials and Yeah thanks so much for listening. How much do you love day sanchez. Yeah these great.
"sanchez" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Just not in account number and again working 32 years in the valley. That is credibility Standing by now to take your call to see how much he could get to you. Because right now, you may need some cash. It's okay. This'll is the guy to call 702613 21 53. That's 702613 21 53 702613 21 53 at the old school under Make sure you tell them your good friend Steve Sanchez sent you. Let's take a break, and when we come back, we got a lot more to talk about. We're gonna talk about guns. And what's next for guns? And you don't want to stick around for this? And of course we're gonna go back to the calls on hold. I'm going Hey, What do you want to dot it all? I don't know. What do you think we should? Not at all? Well, what have we done? Bastard up yesterday, a little bit like the same dog these dogs? Nah, like it said on Monday or Tuesday to die Thursday off, not forgot to call my mom her birthday. These days. Nothing is normal and everything is weird, but you could still save big when you switched to progressive. That won't change not to death already done closer to progressive dot com, especially in terms of Eliot's. Whether you're a pro.